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pbrajak 10:57am on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010 
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Ordering, receiving and using this GPS was smooth as silk. My wife, the primary user for this unit. PC Connection sent my tracking number a few days after placing order. The merchandise was brand new and packaging was great. Got this prior to an out of town trip to an unfamiliar city. Very intuitive user interface. Voice prompts very clear and easy to understand.
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Larger size window. Very colorful. Bluetooth capable. Clear instructions. Excellent Audio Sometimes the bluetooth noises out I used to have maps scattered across the front seat of my vehicle while traveling. I always liked to know my approximate position. Now. A BETTER SPEAKER SHOULD HAVE BEEN USED FOR THIS DOLLAR AMOUNT OF UNIT.ALSO BLUETOOTH SPEAKER SYSTEM IS TO SMALL AND GETS DISTORTED AND ECHOES.
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there is not one thing i can say that is wrong Acquires Satellites Quickly","Compact","Easy Menus","Easy To Read","Easy To Set Up","Large Screen". Its one of excellent product .. it works as it described in the product detail. Acquires Satellites Quickly","Compact","Easy Menus","Easy To Read". Liked it so much I bought another for my daughter. Free map update","Handsfree calling Locks up periodically

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Designation SL70M PLUS SL70MRC PLUS RL70 PLUS RL70RC PLUS R70 PLUS R70RC PLUS R80 PLUS R80RC PLUS SL70C PLUS SL70CRC PLUS RL70C PLUS RL70CRC PLUS RL80C PLUS RL80CRC PLUS
Part No. E52043 E52044 E52031 E52032 E52039 E52040 E52035 E52036 E52045/E52045HB E52046/E52046HB E52033/E52033HB E52034/E52034HB E52037 E52038
Scanner Unit Designation (Transceiver + Antenna) 5S 7S

Part No. M92693 M92743

Designation Scanner 5S 5S 5S 5S 5S 5S 5S 5S 5S 5S 5S 5S 5S 5S
Display Unit SL70M PLUS SL70MRC PLUS RL70 PLUS RL70RC PLUS R70 PLUS R70RC PLUS R80 PLUS R80RC PLUS SL70C PLUS SL75CRC PLUS RL70C PLUS RC70CRC PLUS RL80C PLUS RL80CRC PLUS
Radar System SL77M PLUS SL77MRC PLUS RL77 PLUS RL77RC PLUS R77 PLUS R77RC PLUS R87 PLUS R87RC PLUS SL77C PLUS SL77CRC PLUS RL77C PLUS RL77CRC PLUS RL87C PLUS RL87CRC PLUS
Designation Scanner 7S 7S 7S 7S 7S 7S 7S 7S 7S 7S 7S 7S 7S 7S
Display Unit SL70M PLUS SL70MRC PLUS RL70 PLUS RL70RC PLUS R70 PLUS R70RC PLUS R80 PLUS R80RC PLUS SL70C PLUS SL70CRC PLUS RL70C PLUS RC70CRC PLUS RL80C PLUS RL80CRC PLUS
declare, under our sole responsibility, that the products identified in this declaration, and to which this declaration relates, are in conformity with the essential requirements of European Parliament and Council Directive: 1999/5/EC on radio equipment and telecommunication terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity. Specifically this declaration includes conformity to ITU Radio Regulations on Unwanted Emissions of Radar Systems. Product Name: Product Number(s): Ancillary Units Raymarine 10kW Open Array Scanner Unit M92655 Details are given on Sheet 2
_________________________ February 2002
The following units are combined with the 10kW, Open Array Scanner Unit (transceiver) listed on Sheet 1 to form the operational Raymarine radar systems given below. Details of these units are included in the Technical Construction File: DISPLAY (one of) Description Display Unit, 7" Mono LCD Display Unit, 7" Mono LCD/Chart Display Unit, 7" Mono LCD/hsb Display Unit, 7" Mono LCD/hsb/Chart Display Unit, 7" CRT/hsb Display Unit, 7" CRT/hsb/Chart Display Unit, 10" CRT/hsb Display Unit, 10" CRT/hsb/Chart Display Unit, 7" Colour LCD Display Unit, 7" Colour LCD /Chart Display Unit, 7" Colour LCD/hsb Display Unit, 7" Colour LCD hsb/Chart Display Unit, 10" Colour LCD/hsb Display Unit, 10" Colour LCD/hsb/Chart ANTENNA (one of) Description 48" Antenna 72" Antenna PATHFINDER RADAR SYSTEMS Radar System SL79M PLUS SL79MRC PLUS RL79 PLUS RL79RC PLUS R79 PLUS R79RC PLUS R89 PLUS R89RC PLUS SL79C PLUS SL79CRC PLUS RL79C PLUS RL79CRC PLUS RL89C PLUS RL89CRC PLUS

Preface..... iii Display Software Version.... iii C-Series Display Compatibility... iv
Warranty..... iv EMC Conformance.... iv
Declaration of Conformity... iv Chapter 1: Overview...1 1.1 Introduction... 1 EMC installation guidelines... 2 Connections to Other Equipment... 3 1.2 Unpacking and inspecting the components... 3 1.3 Selecting the scanner unit site... 5 Mounting surface: sailboats...9 Mounting surface: power boats... 9 Setting the radiation plane...10 1.4 Cable Requirements....11 Scanner Cables....11 Running the cable to the scanner...13 Rejoining cables....13 Radome scanner cables...14 Inter-unit cable...14 Power cable...15 Open array scanner cables for Pathfinder displays..17 Inter-unit cable...17 Power cable...18 Open array scanner cables for C-series displays..21 Split pedestal cable...21 Pedestal adaptor cable...21 1.5 Power Requirements...21 Chapter 2: Installing the Scanner...23 2.1 Radome scanner....23 Securing the radome scanner to the mounting surface..23 Connecting the radome scanner inter-unit cable...24 2.2 Open array scanner...28 Securing the pedestal to the mounting platform...29 Connecting the open array scanner cable..30 Fitting the open array to the pedestal...34
2.3 System Connections....35 Cable details....37 Chapter 3: Post Installation Checks and Maintenance..39 EMC Conformance...39 3.1 System Checks and Alignment...39 System check....39 Set up, alignment and timing checks...39 Switch on and initial set up...39 Checking transmission...40 Bearing alignment...40 Display timing adjustment...40 72" open array position alignment..40 3.2 Maintenance....41 Warnings....41 Routine Checks....41 Servicing and Safety....41 3.3 Problem Solving....42 Technical Support:....43 How to Contact Raymarine (US)...43 For Marine Product and Services Information..43 For Accessories and Parts...43 For Product Repair and Service...44 How to Contact Raymarine (Europe)...44 Accessories and Parts....44 Worldwide Support...45

Specification..... 47

2D 18" Radome Scanner Unit...47 4D 24" Radome Scanner Unit...49 5S and 9S 48" Open Array Scanner Unit...51 7S and 11S 72" Open Array Scanner Unit...54

Chapter 1: Overview

1.1 Introduction
This handbook provides instructions to assist you in the installation and set up of the following radar scanners: 2D 4D 5S 7S 9S 11S 18" 2 kW Radome Scanner 24" 4 kW Radome Scanner 48" 4 kW Open Array Scanner 72" 4 kW Open Array Scanner 48" 10 kW Open Array Scanner 72" 10 kW Open Array Scanner

These scanner units may be connected to any HSB/hsb2 or C-Series display unit. In addition, the 2D radome scanner may be connected to an SL70, SL70 PLUS or SL70RC PLUS 7" LCD display unit.
Note: To achieve full compatibility with a C-Series Display, your Raymarine radar scanner may require upgrading. Please refer to the C-Series Display Owners Handbook, or contact Technical Support for details.
A typical Pathfinder Radar system is illustrated below.

Scanner Display Unit GPS

Compass
SeaTalk Distribution Panel

Junction Box

12/24V Supply 12V Supply

12V Supply

D4288-4
Pathfinder Radar Scanners CAUTION: Do not use an open array scanner with an SL70, SL70 PLUS or SL70RC PLUS 7" LCD display unit. Failure to observe this may result in permanent damage to these display units. The 10 kW open array scanner requires 24 V or higher; it will not operate on 12 V systems. This handbook is divided into three chapters as follows: Chapter One provides information to help you plan the scanner installation. It includes sections on Unpacking and Inspecting the Components, Selecting the Scanner Site, Cable Requirements and Power Requirements. Chapter Two provides detailed instructions on how to mount and connect each type of scanner. Chapter Three provides instructions on how to perform the system checks, alignment and adjustments. It also provides information on maintenance and what to do if you have problems.
EMC installation guidelines
All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the leisure marine environment. Their design and manufacture conforms to the appropriate Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards, but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised. Although every effort has been taken to ensure that they will perform under all conditions, it is important to understand what factors could affect the operation of the product. The guidelines given here describe the conditions for optimum EMC performance, but it is recognized that it may not be possible to meet all of these conditions in all situations. To ensure the best possible conditions for EMC performance within the constraints imposed by any location, always ensure the maximum separation possible between different items of electrical equipment. For optimum EMC performance, it is recommended that wherever possible: Raymarine equipment and cables connected to it are: At least 1 m (3 ft) from any equipment transmitting or cables carrying radio signals e.g. VHF radios, cables and antennas. In the case of SSB radios, the distance should be increased to 2 m (7 ft). More than 2 m (7 ft) from the path of a radar beam. A radar beam can normally be assumed to spread 20 degrees above and below the radiating element.

Note: 9S and 11S scanners require 24/32V C-Series Cables Split pedestal cable 25m Split pedestal cable 15m Pedestal adaptor cable Software Upgrade Kit E05017 E05018 E05019 5S, 7S, 9S, 11S 5S, 7S, 9S, 11S 5S, 7S, 9S, 11S
Please contact your authorized dealer or distributor for details
1.3 Selecting the scanner unit site
This section provides information that affects the possible locations of the scanner, and its position relative to the display unit and to the power supply. The dimensions of the each scanner unit are shown in the following diagrams. Selecting the best location for the scanner unit requires careful consideration of the following points, to ensure reliable and trouble free operation:
Note: In order to minimize potential interference to other systems on board ship (EMC), it is advisable to mount the scanner on a part of the boat that is insulated from the ships battery negative. If you cannot do this, and encounter problems, you can fit insulating bushes between the scanner and its mounting bracket.
Height: The scanner unit should normally be mounted as high as practical above the waterline, for three reasons: For safety reasons the scanner should be out of range of personnel, preferably above head height. This avoids mechanical danger and electromagnetic contact, particularly with the eyes. Radar operates at the line-of-sight, so a high mounting position gives better long range performance. Surrounding large objects, in the same horizontal plane, can interfere with the radar signal and cause blind areas or shadow sectors and false targets on the radar screen (see below). However, do not mount the scanner so high that it is affected by the pitching and rolling of the vessel. In addition, you may need to lower the scanner to avoid creating a shadow sector underneath the scanners beam.
Rear 151.25 mm (5.95 in) 302.5 mm (11.9 in) 468 mm (18.4 in) dia.

Rear 116.5 mm (4.6 in)

233 mm (9.2 in)

Weight:

6.5 kg (14.3 lbs) 1 m (33 in)

Compass safe distance:

141.5 mm (5.6 in)

18" Radome Scanner

Rear 185.15 mm (7.3 in) 402 mm (15.8 in) 599 mm (23.6 in) dia.

Waterline

Ideal Radiation Plane

D3223-2

Planing hull vessels, and some displacement hull vessels, adopt a higher bow angle when the vessel is at its cruising speed. In many cases this substantially alters and raises the radars main radiation plane, and can cause poor detection of nearby targets. It may be helpful to lower the radar beam back towards the parallel, by shimming the rear of the radar, so that the beam points slightly downwards with respect to the waterline when the vessel is at rest.

Wedge or washers

Forward
Using shims to lower the main beam

D3229-3

The shims may be made from aluminium plate wedges, simple flat washers, or an angled wooden block. For thick shims, you may need longer securing bolts than the M8x40 bolts supplied with the radome scanner, or the M10 studding supplied with the open array scanners.

1.4 Cable Requirements

This section provides details on selecting the appropriate cables for your system. Permissible cable lengths depend on the scanner type and the boats power system. Information on inter-unit and power cables is provided for both radome and open array scanners in the following sections. You need to consider the following before installing the cables: You need to connect the scanner to the display unit and to power. The cable required depends on the display unit and the scanner type as described below. All cables should be adequately clamped and protected from physical damage and exposure to heat - avoid running cables through bilges or doorways, or close to moving or hot objects. Acute bends must be avoided. Where a cable passes through an exposed bulkhead or deckhead, a watertight gland or swan neck tube should be used. Avoid cutting and re-joining cables (if necessary, refer to the notes below).

Scanner Cables

The cable used to connect your scanner to the display unit and power depends on the type of scanner and display as follows: A radome scanner connected to a Pathfinder or C-Series display requires an inter-unit cable. The scanner receives power via the display unit, the power cable is supplied with the display unit but cable details are provided in this section. An open array scanner connected to a Pathfinder display requires an inter-unit cable. The scanner receives power via the display unit, the power cable is supplied with the display unit but cable details are provided in this section. An open array scanner cannot be powered from a C-Series Display; it requires a split pedestal cable which combines the inter-unit and power cores. If you are connecting a C-series display to an existing open array scanner unit with a standard inter-unit cable, you can use the adapator cable instead of the split pedestal cable; connect the adaptor between the inter-unit cable and the display. These cables are illustrated in the following diagram. Cable lengths and part numbers are listed in Unpacking and inspecting the components on page 3. CAUTION: The cable for connecting an open array scanner to a C-series display cannot be extended.

CAUTION: Do not use the open array scanner with an SL70, SL70 PLUS, SL70RC PLUS or Autohelm 7" LCD display unit. Failure to observe this may result in permanent damage to the display unit. 10 kW open array scanner systems cannot be used directly with 12 V systems; they require a 12 V to 24 V converter rated to 180 W. Contact your authorized Raymarine dealer or distributor for details. Open array scanners draw considerable power from the vessels power source, especially in high wind speeds. It is essential for reliable operation that the unit is supplied with a low resistance power cable system, especially when operated from a 12 V power system. 12 V systems (4 kW scanners only) Extensions to the supplied power cable must be kept to a minimum and the power should be fed directly from the output of the battery isolator switch via its own dedicated cable system. It is recommended that no additional power switch is included in this power cable. CAUTION: The display unit does not include a fuse for scanner power, so an in-line fuse or circuit breaker MUST be included in the power cable. All power connections must be of high quality to minimize their resistance and to remove the risk of accidental shorts. Recommended maximum power cable extensions are given in the table below. These figures relate to the total cable extension, from the end of the supplied 1.5 m power cable to the system battery terminals. Do not exceed these lengths as unreliable operation may result.
19 Table 1-7: Max. Extension Power Cable Lengths (m), 12 V Systems 4 kW scanners
Power Cable Core Size (each core) mm2: 4.0 AWG: kW Scanners <3.0 6.4.5 8.6.0 10.7.5
Note: If the required extension results in unacceptably large diameter cables, use two or more smaller gauge wires to achieve the required copper wire cross-section. For example, using two pairs of 2 mm2 is equivalent to using two single 4.0 mm2 cables.
24 V and 32 V systems These systems are less sensitive than 12 V systems to voltage loss in the power cables. However, it is still necessary to use adequate cables to prevent excessive power loss. The table below gives the recommended wire gauge for different power cable extension lengths. Raymarine recommends that power is fed directly from the output of the battery isolator switch via its own dedicated cable system. CAUTION: The display unit does not include a fuse for scanner power, so an in-line fuse or circuit breaker MUST be included in the power cable.
Table 1-8: Max. Extension Power Cable Lengths (m), 24/32 V Systems 4 kW Scanners
Power Cable Core Size (each core) mm2: 2.0 AWG: kW Scanners 8.0 4.16.0 6.24 8.32 10.35
Pathfinder Radar Scanners Table 1-9: Max. Extension Power Cable Lengths (m), 24 V Systems 10 kW Scanners
Inter-Unit Cable(s) mm2: 1.5 AWG: m Heavy 10 m Heavy 15 m Heavy 15 m Heavy + 5 m ext 15 m Heavy + 10 m ext 25 m Heavy 25 m Heavy + 5 m ext 25 m Heavy + 10 m ext. 12.0 10.5 9.0 7.5 6.0 6.0 4.5 3.0 Power Cable Core (each core) 2.16.0 14.0 12.0 10.0 8.0 8.0 6.0 4.0 2.20.0 18.0 16.0 13.0 10.0 10.0 8.0 5.0 4.32.0 28.0 24.0 20.0 16.0 16.0 12.0 8.0

2.2 Open array scanner

Installation of the open array scanner should only be undertaken by a competent installer. If you have any difficulty with the installation, please contact your local Raymarine dealer or distributor. The open array scanner is supplied in two sections; the pedestal unit and the antenna. The pedestal unit is secured from below the mounting platform. The open array is then secured to the pedestal. Full details for mounting the scanner are given below. CAUTION: The pedestal unit has a cap fitted over the open array mounting shaft to protect the protuding co-axial pin. This cap must be left in place until the open array is fitted. The pedestal base is fitted with a seal: DO NOT grease this seal. WARNING: The open array scanner weighs: 48" scanner - 30 kg (66.2 lb); 72" scanner - 33.4 kg (73.7 lb). For safety reasons it is recommended that the unit is not lifted by one person. The unit is fitted with lifting eyes (maximum SWL 40 kg) to facilitate the use of standard lifting accessories, e.g. rope, chain or strop. The safe working load (SWL) of the lifting accessories should be 150 kg. Suitable lifting equipment could include a crane, hoist, or an appropriate rigid, overhead structure. Alternatively, the unit is suitable for a two person lift. Care must be taken to ensure that each person is standing on a stable surface, and that the pedestal is held carefully to ensure it cannot slip. The T-bar beneath the open array antenna can be used to aid lifting. You should never lift the scanner by holding onto the open array antenna.
Securing the pedestal to the mounting platform
1. Using the paper template supplied with the scanner mounting kit, mark the flat mounting surface with the holes and drill as indicated on the template. Refer to Section 1.2 when selecting the scanner unit site. 2. Stick the four self-adhesive bitumen washers over the mounting holes. 3. Ensure the lifting eyes are securely fitted to the top of the pedestal, and the yellow protective cap is in place. CAUTION: To prevent damage to the internal mounting bar, ensure the stud penetration is no more than 32 mm into the pedestal base. We recommend you mark each stud with tape, 32 mm from one end, to act as a gauge. 4. Grease the studs with Denso paste (supplied). Using two nuts locked together on the stud, screw each stud into the pedestal to a maximum of 32 mm, or until they bottom out. Remove these two nuts.
Note: If the studding supplied is not long enough, use M10 stainless steel, grade A4-70 studding of a suitable length. Refer to the following illustration for details.
5. Using suitable lifting equipment, raise the pedestal over the mounting surface. Carefully lower into position, taking care that the studs pass through the holes without damaging the threads. Ensure that the cable inlet is pointing aft. WARNING: Support the pedestal unit until it has been secured to the mounting platform. It is important that all four sets of nuts and washers are used to secure the pedestal to the mounting platform. 6. Referring to the following illustration, use the four nuts and associated washers supplied to secure the pedestal. Tighten the nuts to 30 Nm (22.1 lb ft.); ensure the scanner is tightly fitted. Grease the nuts with Denso paste (supplied). If required, cut-off any excess stud.

Pathfinder Radar Scanners The open array scanner has a power switch fitted to the pedestal. This switch can normally be left ON. However, if the scanner is being serviced or if any personnel are in the vicinity of the open array, the switch should be set to OFF.

Connector Panels

LCD display

NMEA OUT

TRANSDUCER

POWER/NMEA

SeaTalk

Scanner

CRT display

POWER/ NMEA

ANTENNA/ TRANSDUCER

DISPLAY FUSE

C Series display
SEATALK 2 SEATALK R G Y DSM NMEA IN/OUT

SEATALK 2

D6883-1

Cable details

The following diagrams - one for the inter-unit cable, one for the split pedestal and adaptor cable - illustrate the connector pins and cable core details.

Inter-Unit Scanner Cable

Display Connector Radome Connector
Open Array Connector (Pathfinder display only)

Display connections

Video Video RTN 3 White Black Black Orange Black Green Yellow Shield Red Blue Red Violet Grey

Scanner connections

White Black Orange Yellow Green Blue Purple Grey Video Video Rtn Tx Trigger + Tx Trigger -Data I/O + Data I/O -Azimuth + Azimuth --

*Battery --ve

Tx Trigger + 4 Battery --ve Data I/O + Tx Trigger -Battery +ve Data I/O -13
Red Red Black Black Battery +ve/--ve = 12 or 24v.

Battery +ve

*Battery +ve

Azimuth + Azimuth --

*Battery +ve *Battery --ve

Battery --ve

* Not present on 'light', 11 core cables.

D4290-4

Split Pedestal and Adaptor Cables Display Connector

Open Array Connector

Video Video RTN White Black
White Black Orange 8 Video 7 Video Rtn 6 Tx Trigger + 5 Tx Trigger -4 Data I/O + 3 Data I/O -2 Azimuth + 1 Azimuth --
Not connected 3 Tx Trigger + 4 Orange

Yellow Green

Not connected 5 Data I/O + Tx Trigger -8 Not connected 9 Data I/O -10 Blue Green Yellow Shield

Blue Purple Grey

Not connected 11 Azimuth + Azimuth -Red Power Black Green Battery +ve/--ve = 12 or 24v. Violet Grey

Display timing adjustment
The display timing can be affected by the length of the cable used to connect the scanner to the display unit. This in turn affects the short range accuracy shown on the display. It is advisable to check the display timing before using the system for navigation.
72" open array position alignment
To ensure the 72" open array scanner rests in correct position when rotation stops, you need to adjust the radar set up as follows: 1. With the display switched on in Radar mode, press MENU then press the RADAR SET UP soft key. 2. Use the cursor to select the ANTENNA SIZE option, then press the 6 ft soft key. Press ENTER twice to return to the default display. If the Radar Set Up menu option ANTENNA SIZE is not available, then you have an older version of display software. The 72" open array scanner will operate correctly with this display. However, for details on adjusting the open array stopping-position, please contact your authorized Raymarine dealer or distributor.

3.2 Maintenance

Warnings
The display unit and scanner unit contain high voltage. Adjustments require specialized service procedures and tools only available to qualified service technicians - there are no user serviceable parts or adjustments and the operator should not attempt to service the equipment. The operator should not
remove the rear cover of the display or any internal covers in the scanner.
Always turn the radar system off before carrying out any routine maintenance on the scanner or nearby equipment. Switch off the display unit before removing the power cord.

Routine Checks

The radar scanners are sealed units. Maintenance procedures are therefore limited to the following periodical checks: Examine the cables for signs of damage, such as chafing, cuts or nicks. Check that the cable connectors are firmly attached. Make sure the scanner and pedestal are still attached securely to the mounting. Once a year, remove, grease and re-attach the mounting bolts securing the scanner and pedestal.

Servicing and Safety

Raymarine equipment should be serviced only by authorized Raymarine service technicians. They will ensure that service procedures and replacement parts used will not affect performance. There are no user serviceable parts in any Raymarine product. Some products generate high voltages, so never handle the cables/connectors when power is being supplied to the equipment. When powered, all electrical equipment produces electromagnetic fields. These can cause adjacent pieces of electrical equipment to interact with one another, with a consequent adverse effect on operation. In order to minimize these effects and enable you to get the best possible performance from your Raymarine equipment, guidelines are given in the installation instructions, to enable you to ensure minimum interaction between different items of equipment, i.e. ensure optimum Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).

Pathfinder Radar Scanners Always report any EMC-related problem to your nearest Raymarine dealer. We use such information to improve our quality standards. In some installations, it may not be possible to prevent the equipment from being affected by external influences. In general this will not damage the equipment but it can lead to spurious resetting action, or momentarily may result in faulty operation.

3.3 Problem Solving

All Raymarine products are subjected to comprehensive test and quality assurance programmes prior to packing and shipping. However, if this unit should develop a fault, please refer to the following table to identify the most likely cause and the corrective action required to restore normal operation. If you still have a problem after referring to the table below, contact your local dealer, national distributor or Raymarine Product Support Department for further advice. Always quote the product serial numbers. The display unit serial number is printed on the back of the unit, and the scanner serial number is on the back of the scanner near the gland. Table 3-1: Common Problems and Their Solutions
Problem Scanner not responding message. Correction Check that the cable connecting the scanner to the radar display unit is firmly attached and undamaged. Check that the polarity of the cables is correct. Perform the bearing alignment procedure described in the display unit Owners Handbook Section 8.7. Refer to 72" open array position alignment.
The bearing displayed on the radar display is not the same as the actual bearing The 72 antenna stops in the wrong position.

Technical Support:

Please visit out website at: www.raymarine.com/recreational/support where you will find a Questions & Answers database, service information and email access to the Technical Support department. Alternatively, if you dont have access to the world wide web, call: 1-800-539-5539 extension 2444 or (603) 881-5200 extension 2444 Our Technical Support Specialists are available to answer questions about installing, operating and trouble-shooting all Raymarine products.
How to Contact Raymarine (US)
For Marine Product and Services Information

Worldwide Support

Please contact the authorized distributor in the country. A list of worldwide distributors is supplied with your system.
Appendix A: Specification
2D 18" Radome Scanner Unit
General Approvals CE - conforms to FCC - conforms to Dimensions Weight Input Voltage Power Consumption Environmental 1999/5/EC, EN60945 Part 80 (47CFR) and Part 2 (47CFR) 468 x 227 mm (18.4 x 8.9 in) 6.5 kg (14.3 lbs) 8.7 - 32 V DC (from display unit) 28 W (9 W Standby) Waterproof to CFR46 Temperature range: -10 to +55C Humidity limit: up to 95% at 35C Maximum wind speed for satisfactory operation: 100 Kts 24 nm

Maximum Range Scale

Transmitter Transmitter Frequency Peak Power Output Transmitter Pulse Length/PRF Range (nm) 0.25 or less 0.50 0.75 0.75 expanded 1.50 3.00 3.00 expanded 6.00 or greater Standby Mode Duplexer Pulse Length (S) 0.065 0.090 0.150 0.250 0.350 0.450 0.600 1.000 PRF (Hz) 9410 +/ 30 MHz 2.0 kW (nominal) Solid-state modulator driving Magnetron
Magnetron heater and control left on, all other services off Circulator
Antenna Antenna Type Beam Width (nominal) Polarization Antenna Side lobes Rotation Rate Patch array 5.2 horizontal, 25 vertical Horizontal Less than -22 dB 24 rpm (nominal)
Receiver IF Frequency Receiver Characteristic Receiver Noise Figure Receiver Bandwidth 60 MHz (nominal) Semi-log Less than 5 dB (including Low Noise Converter/Limiter & IF Receiver) 12/3/0.7/0.5 MHz
4D 24" Radome Scanner Unit
General Approvals CE - conforms to FCC - conforms to Dimensions Weight Input Voltage Power Consumption Environmental 1995/5/EC, EN60945 Part 80 (47CFR) and Part 2 (47CFR) 599 x 227 mm (23.6 x 8.9 in) 7.5 kg (16.5 lbs) 8.7 - 32 V DC (from display unit) 34 W (10 W Standby) Waterproof to CFR46 Temperature range: -10 to +55C Humidity limit: up to 95% at 35C Maximum wind speed for satisfactory operation: 100 Kts 48 nm
Transmitter Transmitter Frequency Peak Power Output Transmitter Pulse Length/PRF Range (nm) 0.25 or less 0.50 0.75 0.75 expanded 1.50 3.00 3.00 expanded 6.00 or greater Standby Mode Duplexer Pulse Length (S) 0.065 0.090 0.150 0.250 0.350 0.450 0.600 1.000 PRF (Hz) 9410 +/ 30 MHz 4.0 kW (nominal) Solid-state modulator driving Magnetron
Antenna Antenna Type Beam Width (nominal) Polarization Antenna Side lobes Rotation Rate Patch array 3.9 horizontal, 25 vertical Horizontal Less than -22dB 24 rpm (nominal)
5S and 9S 48" Open Array Scanner Unit
General Approvals CE - conforms to FCC - conforms to Dimensions Weight Environmental 1995/5/EC, EN60945 Part 80 (47CFR) and Part 2 (47CFR) Pedestal: Array: Pedestal: Array: 427 x 296 x 406 mm (16.8 x 10.5 x 16 in) 1306 mm (51.4 in) length 24 kg (53.0 lb) 6 kg (13.2 lb)
Waterproof to CFR46 Temperature range: -10 to +55C Humidity limit: up to 95% at 35C Maximum wind speed for satisfactory operation: 100 Kts 72 nm

Timing Adjustment 40 Transmission Check 40

Warranty iv

Limited Warranty Certificate
In order to ensure that the equipment continues to operate efficiently and reliably, we recommend that before using the product, the customer carefully read the Owners handbook and follow the advice on the safe and correct operation and use of the product. We recommend that Raymarine equipment, be installed by an approved Raymarine installer.

Warranty Registration

Please register your warranty on-line at www.raymarine.com to ensure smooth warranty processing.
1. Limited Product Warranty
Raymarine warrants that all of its product, in the course of normal use, will be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of 2 years (24 months) from date of sale to the original end user, subject to the limitations set forth in this warranty. The Raymarine warranty covers the parts and labor associated with a warranty repair as described above, provided that the product is returned to Raymarine or one of its approved agents in accordance with Section 3 hereof.

2. On-board Warranty

Raymarine will authorize on-board warranty service by the nearest Raymarine approved service agent, subject to maximum mileage and travel times refereed to in Section 4, on products where proof of
installation, or commission by Raymarine certified installers is shown.
The warranty provides for on-board repair or exchange of the product, by Raymarine or its approved service agents, for a period of 1 year (12 months), subject to the limits contained in this warranty. In the case of a product installed by a Raymarine certified installer or boat-builder, the warranty commences on date of installation or from the date of sale of the boat to the original end user, subject to the limitations set forth in this warranty.
3. Obtaining Warranty Service
In the event of warranty service being necessary, the customer should contact Raymarine Technical Support or the nearest Raymarine approved service agent, the contact details of whom are available on the Internet at www.raymarine.com or directly from Raymarine. In cases where the customer is requesting a warranty service on a Raymarine product under this warranty, and where a Raymarine certified installer has not installed the product; i.e. Limited Product Warranty, the affected product must be returned to the customers local Raymarine approved service agent or direct to Raymarine with a copy of either: (a) Proof of purchase showing the date of purchase, the name of the seller and the serial number of the affected product; or

(b) A warranty card completed by the seller of the product containing the information required in (a) above. In cases where the customer is making a warranty claim on a Raymarine product under this warranty, and where the product has been installed by a Raymarine certified installer, (boat-builder, installer dealer etc.) i.e. On-board Warranty, the nearest Raymarine approved service agent should be contacted and on-board service requested (which will be subject to the mileage and travel time limits referred to in Section 4 hereof). Before the installed warranty service is performed, the customer must have available, either: (a) Proof of purchase showing the date of purchase, the name of the seller and the serial number of the affected product and proof of installation by a Raymarine certified installer; or (b) A warranty card completed by the seller of the product containing the information required in (a) above. Subject to the limitations and other provisions set forth in this warranty, the product will be either repaired or replaced by Raymarine within a reasonable period of time and at no further cost to the customer. the determination of whether to repair or replace a product shall be at the sole discretion of Raymarine, and shall be the sole remedy of the customer under this warranty.

4. Warranty Limitations

Raymarine warranty does not apply to equipment that has been subjected to accident, abuse or mis-use, shipping damage, alterations, corrosion, incorrect and/or non-authorized service, or to a product on which the serial number has been altered, mutilated or removed. Raymarine assumes no responsibility for damage incurred during installation or as a result of incorrect installation. This warranty does not cover routine system checkouts, alignment or calibration, sea-trials or commissioning, unless required by replacement of part(s) in the area being aligned. Magnetrons, cathode ray tubes (CRTs), thin film transistor (TFT) liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFLs, hailer horns and transducers are warranted for 1 year (12 months) from date of sale. Raymarine is not liable and assumes no responsibility for damage caused by or to other equipment, systems or components occasioned by improper or unauthorized connection, or use of the product. Consumable items, including, but not limited to; fuses, batteries, drive belts, radar mixer diodes, snap-in impeller carriers, impellers, impeller bearings, and impeller shafts are specifically excluded from this warranty. Overtime/premium labor portion of services outside of normal working hours is not covered by this warranty. If repairs are necessary under the warranty, the affected product must be forwarded to a Raymarine facility or an approved Raymarine service agent, at the owners expense in a manner set forth in Section 3 hereof.
This warranty does not cover any differences in material, coloring or size between those alluded to in corporate advertising, literature or published on the Internet, which is not specifically objected to at the time of delivery. Travel costs other than those qualifying for on-board warranty (up to a maximum of 100 auto miles, tolls and two (2) hours travel time), are specifically excluded from the warranty and shall be the responsibility of the customer. Costs, which are excluded from the coverage of this warranty, include, but are not limited to: taxi fares, launch fees, aircraft rental, subsistence, customs, shipping and communication charges etc. To the extent consistent with State and Federal Law: The foregoing warranty is Raymarines sole warranty and is applicable only to products sold as new. The remedies provided herein are in lieu of: any and all other remedies and warranties, whether express or implied including but not limited to, any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. all obligations of Raymarine for damages including, but not limited to accidental, consequential or special damages (including punitive or multiple), or any financial loss, loss of profit, business, contracts, opportunity, goodwill or other similar loss arising out of or in connection with the purchase, use or performance of any Raymarine product, even if Raymarine has been advised of the possibility of such damages, and no case shall exceed the cost of the product. The remedies to the customer are herein exclusive. Some jurisdictions do not allow exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. The Raymarine warranty terms and conditions as described herein do not affect the customers statutory rights and comply with EU Directive 1999/44/EC. Raymarine is the sole author of this policy and makes no further warranties, express or implied unless a separate, specific warranty has been written and provided to the customer. This warranty supersedes and replaces all previous warranties. All Raymarine products are merely aids to navigation. It is the responsibility of the user to exercise discretion and proper navigational skill, independent of any Raymarine equipment.

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SL70RC PLUS Series Radar/ Chartplotter Display Owners Handbook
Document number: 81206-1 Date:March 2002
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SL70RC PLUS Series Radar/Chartplotter Display Owners Handbook

March 2002 INTENDED USE

The display units detailed in this handbook may form part of navigational radar systems intended for light marine use. These displays and radar systems are only an aid to navigation.

SAFETY NOTICES

This radar equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the instructions contained in this manual. Failure to do so can result in personal injury and/or navigational inaccuracies. In particular: 1. HIGH VOLTAGE. The LCD display unit and scanner unit contain high voltages. Adjustments require specialized service procedures and tools only available to qualified service technicians there are no user serviceable parts or adjustments. The operator should never remove the display unit cover or attempt to service the equipment. 2. ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY. The radar scanner transmits electromagnetic energy. It is important that the radar is turned off whenever personnel are required to come close to the scanner to perform work on the scanner assembly or associated equipment. It is recommended that the radar scanner is mounted out of range of personnel (above head height). Avoid looking directly at the antenna as your eyes are the most sensitive part of the body to electromagnetic energy. When properly installed and operated, the use of this radar will conform to the requirements of ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992 Standard for Safety Levels with Respect to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3Hz to 300 GHz and NRPB, Board Statement on Restrictions on Human Exposure to Static and Time Varying Electromagnetic Fields and Radiation. Doc NRPB, N0. 5 (1993). 4. NAVIGATION AID. This unit is only an aid to navigation. Its accuracy can be affected by many factors, including equipment failure or defects, environmental conditions, and improper handling or use. It is the users responsibility to exercise common prudence and navigational judgements. This radar unit should not be relied upon as a substitute for such prudence and judgement.
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SL70MRC & SL70CRC PLUS Pathfinder Radar/Chartplotter Displays
Raymarine products are supported by a network of Authorized Service Representatives. For information on our products and services, contact either of the following: UNITED STATES Raymarine Inc. 22 Cotton Road, Unit D Nashua, NH 03063-4219 Telephone: ++Fax: +EUROPE Raymarine Limited Anchorage Park Portsmouth Hampshire PO3 5TD England Telephone: +44 (0) 3611 Fax: +44 (0) 4642
Copyright Raymarine Ltd. 2002 The technical and graphical information contained in this handbook, to the best of our knowledge, was correct as it went to press. However, our policy of continuous improvement and updating may change product specifications without prior notice. As a result, unavoidable differences between the product and handbook may occur from time to time, for which liability cannot be accepted by Raymarine. Raymarine is a registered trademark of Raymarine Limited. SeaTalk is a registered trademark of Raymarine Limited. Pathfinder Plus is a trademark of Raymarine Limited. This product contains technology provided under license by Acorn Group plc. The copyright of this intellectual property is acknowledged by Raymarine Ltd., as are Acorns trademarks and patents. Acorns world wide web address is http://www.acorn.com.
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Preface

This handbook describes the radar and chart aspects of the following PLUS series displays from Raymarine:
System Combined Radar/Chartplotter Mono display Color display Display SL70MRC SL70CRC Scanner Yes Yes Chartplotter Yes Yes
Note: Radar systems are supplied with an appropriate Raymarine scanner unit and inter-connecting cable. Details for installing the scanner are described in the Pathfinder Radar Scanner Owners Handbook. The Raychart (RC) display units include a cartridge holder assembly which contains two slots for C-MAP NT chart cards. This handbook contains very important information on the installation and operation of your new equipment. In order to obtain the best results in operation and performance, please read this handbook thoroughly. Raymarines Technical Services representatives or your local dealer will be available to answer any questions you may have.

TFT Color LCD Displays

The colors of the display may seem to vary when viewed against a colored background or in colored light. This is a perfectly normal effect that will be seen with all color LCD displays. In common with all Thin Film Transistor (TFT) LCD displays, the screen may exhibit a few (less than 20) wrongly illuminated pixels. These may appear as black pixels in a light portion of the screen, or as colored pixels in black areas.
CAUTION: To provide protection against the damaging effects of UV light, it is advisable to replace the sun cover provided when the color LCD display is not in use.

Warranty

To register your display unit ownership, please take a few minutes to fill out the warranty registration card found at the end of this handbook. It is very important that you complete the owner information and return the card to the factory in order to receive full warranty benefits.
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EMC Conformance

All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine environment. The design and manufacture of Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to the appropriate Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards, but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised.
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Contents

Preface.... 1.v Warranty.... 1.v EMC Conformance... 1.vi Chapter 1: Overview...1.1 How to Use This Handbook... 1.1
1.1 General... 1.3 PLUS Display Units... 1.3 Operating Modes... 1.4 Heading and Position Data... 1.5 1.2 The Pathfinder Radar PLUS Display.. 1.7 Pathfinder Radar PLUS Display Options.. 1.7 Radar Functions... 1.9 1.3 The Chartplotter Display.. 1.10 Chartplotter Display Options.. 1.10 Chartplotter Functions... 1.12 1.4 Operating Controls... 1.13 Trackpad and Cursor.. 1.13 Dedicated Keys... 1.15 Soft Keys... 1.16 Pop-Up Menus... 1.16 Database Lists.... 1.17
Chapter 2: Getting Started & Adjusting the Display.2.1
2.1 Introduction.... 2.1 Conventions Used... 2.1 Simulator... 2.1 2.2 Switching the Display On and Off.. 2.2 Simulator Mode... 2.5 Changing the Lighting & Contrast - SL70MRC Mono Display. 2.6 Changing the Brightness - SL70CRC Color Display. 2.7 2.3 Controlling the Display... 2.8 Selecting the Mode of Operation.. 2.8 Customizing the Screen Presentation Options.. 2.14

The Chartplotter Display Display
Chartplotter Display Options
In addition to the display set up options previously described, chart set up options, described in Chapter 7, allow you to customize the chart by selecting: What cartographic features and level of detail are displayed. Chart orientation (north up, head up or course up), datums and position offset. How waypoints are displayed (symbols and numbers). Vectors for heading, COG and tide.
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Note: When you turn the display off and on again, the Screen Presentation settings are retained in memory.

Chart Range Status Bar

Chart Boundary Vessel Position Waypoint
Cursor selecting chart object Depth Area
Object data box for object selected by cursor
Cursor position box Shows the current cursor position as either Range/Bearing or Lat/Long. You can move this box to your preferred position on the screen or turn it off. Default soft key labels These can be turned off: press any soft key to redisplay them. Different labels are displayed when you press a key.

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Figure 1-3:
Typical Chartplotter Display
Custom Chart Details The chartplotter set up options include a sub-menu to customize the cartographic features. This menu allows you to switch features On, Off, or control them using the CUSTOM soft key. The factory default settings for the Custom chart options are as follows: ON:
Chart text, chart boundaries, depth contours, navigation marks and land features. OFF: Caution and routing data. CUSTOM: Spot sounding, light sectors, marine features. Note: The factory default for the CUSTOM settings is ON. Icons are displayed in detail, depth shading limit is 10 m and depth contour display is 0-100 m. A complete list of chart features is given in Appendix C.
The Screen Presentation Options, described in Chapter 2 allow you to switch the Chart Grid On/Off and Custom Chart Details On/Off.
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Chartplotter Functions

Chartplotter Functions Functions
The Chartplotter includes the following functions: Display C-MAP NT C-Card chart information including Ports and Tides (if available)
View chart information (if available) for the Nearest Port
Place, Move, Erase and Edit a Waypoint Goto Waypoint or Cursor Create, Save, Name, Edit and Follow a Route Review Route and Waypoint Lists Display vessels track; Save and Name the Track for re-call to screen SmartRoute to make a track into a route Measure Chart Distances and Bearings on-screen Set Up Alarms and Timers Man OverBoard (MOB) to navigate back to a missing person or object Differential GPS set up page Operation of these functions is described in Chapter 5 and Chapter 6.

To enlarge an area:

1. Press the DISPLAY key. The soft keys are updated.
2. Press the ZOOM soft key to toggle the Zoom function ON. The labels are cleared, and the cursor has control of the zoom box that indicates the area to be enlarged. This is indicated by the letters ZMB in inverse video, and the four-headed cursor symbol. The zoom box defaults to its last-used position since power-on. 3. Use the trackpad to move the zoom box to the required area, and press ENTER. The selected area is shown in an enlarged format in the quarter-screen Zoom window. The original radar picture occupies the rest of the screen.
You can use the context sensitive cursor to select and move the enlarged area in view in the window (the label ZMB is displayed). See Moving and deleting items with the context-sensitive cursor on page 1-14.

RR 1/2

AUTO T
Zoom Box, indicating the enlarged area. You can move this using the context-sensitive cursor, to change the image in the Zoom Window
Using the Zoom Function - SL70CRC Color Displays
CURSOR BRG 033 R RNG 1.78nm

Zoom Box cursor text

RADAR ZOOM ( x2 )
Zoom Window, providing a times 2 enlargement of the area shown in the Zoom Box

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To return to the normal display, press DISPLAY and then press the ZOOM soft key to set the function OFF. Alternatively, you can press and hold DISPLAY for 2 seconds. This also removes any grouped data boxes.
If you wish to see a section of the radar picture in more detail, you can use the Zoom function to magnify the selected area to twice its size. There are two zoom options: Zoom Into - The enlarged area is displayed in a quarter-screen Zoom Window in the lower right corner of the screen. A box in the original radar picture indicates the enlarged area; you can move this using the contextsensitive cursor, thereby changing the image in the Zoom Window. Note: If the area you wish to enlarge is in the quarter of the screen that will be covered by the Zoom Window, you should offset the center (see the next section) to move the area to another part of the screen before selecting Zoom mode. Zoom From - The enlarged area is displayed in the main window, with the original radar picture in a quarter-screen window in the lower right corner of the screen. A box in the original radar picture indicates the enlarged area; you can move this using the context-sensitive cursor, thereby changing the zoomed image.
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Note: You cannot use Zoom and Windows at the same time: if you turn one on, the other is turned off automatically, and restored when the latter is turned off again.

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Figure 2-10: Changing the Chart Center

Using FIND SHIP

FIND SHIP is used in chart mode to re-draw the chart with the vessel at the center and the cursor homed onto the vessel.
When you press FIND SHIP the following occur: The chart is re-drawn with the vessels position in the center. The cursor is homed onto the vessel position and moves with it. When the vessel moves near the edge of the chart window, the chart is redrawn to place the vessel and cursor at the center again. The status bar indicates vessel position, speed and course over ground.
To release the cursor from homed mode press the trackpad to move the cursor away from the vessels current position. The status bar shows the cursor position, range and bearing.
Synchronize the Radar and Chart
If you have chart and radar windows on and you have selected Radar/Chart Synch in Chart Set Up (Section 7.7, Chart Set Up Parameters), FIND SHIP can be used to synchronize the radar and chart images. It is recommended that you set the radar to True motion to ensure the radar and chart images remain synchronised when the vessel moves. When you press FIND SHIP the following occur:
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The chart is redrawn so that its center position matches that of the radar display. The radar is redrawn to the scale and heading mode of the chart. Note: Depending on the topology of the coastline, the radar returns may not relate to the charted shoreline, the radar image will therefore be different to the chart display. For example, a gently sloping beach with a cliff several hundred metres beyond the charted coastline, the cliff is not shown on the chart but will be displayed on the radar image.

Changing the Chart Scale

The RANGE key allows you to change the chart scale so that you can see a smaller or larger area on the screen. Plotter mode is available to allow you to zoom into a smaller area, even when no chart data is available for that scale. Section 7.7 describes how to set plotter mode on/off. You can change the chart scale for two purposes: To see either more detail (of a smaller area) or a larger area (in less detail) on the screen. To move the display to another area of the chart, by zooming out to a small scale chart, then zooming in on another position centered on the cursor. The cartographic detail available on charts varies according to the chart scale and some areas include detail at smaller scales than others. This can cause blank areas on the display when adjacent areas with different levels of detail are displayed. To reduce this affect you can use the Chart Set Up options (see Section 7.7) to set chart display detail to simple. Then, as you zoom in, charted areas are displayed but with less detail shown. Each time you press the RANGE key, the chart scale changes to the next available setting. The status bar indicates the distance from top to bottom of the screen, in nautical miles.

In order to use these functions, you need the following additional data from equipment connected to your system via a SeaTalk or NMEA link:

Table 4-1:

Data Heading
Function of External Data
Example source Compass* Autopilot Integrated functions available - Heading value in status bar - North Up or Course Up heading modes (as alternatives to Head Up - MOB (if speed data also available) - MARPA - Radar/Chart Overlay (color display only)
Rate Gyro Compass on NMEA
*If heading data is available via both NMEA and SeaTalk, NMEA data takes priority. For all other data, SeaTalk data takes priority (see Section 8.8). Waypoint data Position Chartplotter GPS system - Waypoint display and data - Marks - Position data in Data Box and Nav Window - MOB - COG, SOG and time - Radar/Chart Overlay (color display only) - Data Box and Nav Window data displays including speed, depth, wind - Chart display as full-screen or half-window display

Other data Chart display

Transducers Chartplotter
This chapter covers the following topics: Changing the heading mode of the radar picture Using marks Man Overboard (MOB) Cursor echo Note: Until you are familiar with interpreting the radar display, you should take every opportunity to compare the radars display patterns with visual targets, such as other vessels, buoys and coastal structures. You should practice harbour and coastal navigation during daylight and in clear weather conditions.
4.2 Changing the Heading Mode
The radar picture is normally shown with your vessels dead ahead bearing straight up, as indicated by the Ships Heading Marker at 0 relative bearing. This is the Head Up orientation. If heading information is available via a SeaTalk or NMEA connection, you can choose a different heading mode. In Course Up and North Up mode you can also select relative or true motion.

True and Relative Motion

Changing the Heading Mode
Relative motion is the default for the radar display. In relative motion your own ships position remains fixed on the radar screen and all radar targets move relative to your own ship. In true motion, fixed radar targets maintain a constant position on the screen, whilst your own ship moves across the radar image at the appropriate speed and heading. A map-like image is thus displayed, with all moving vessels travelling in true perspective to each other and to fixed land masses. As your ships position approaches the edge of the screen, the radar display is automatically reset to reveal the area ahead of your ship. You can manually reset your ships position at any time by pressing the TRUE REL soft key twice.

Heading Modes

Working with Waypoints

At the end is a section about using the ST60/80 Navigator Keypad to select, edit, and name your waypoints.

Placing a Waypoint

The scenario Place and Goto a Waypoint on page 2-28 provides a simple example of how to place a waypoint.
To access the place waypoint soft keys, press MARKS:
PLACE WPT PLACE WPT WAYPOINT LOAD/SAVE PLACE WPT PLACE WPT WAYPOINT AT CURSOR AT VESSEL LIST USER CARD AT CURSOR AT VESSEL LIST

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PLACE WPT AT CURSOR

PLACE WPT AT VESSEL

1. Press either the PLACE WPT AT CURSOR or the PLACE WPT AT VESSEL soft key. The waypoint is added to the waypoint list and tagged using the next available number. The waypoint soft keys are displayed until you move the cursor away from the waypoint or press CLEAR.
GOTO WAYPOINT EDIT WAYPOINT ERASE WAYPOINT MOVE WAYPOINT

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You can use the EDIT WAYPOINT soft key to name the waypoint as described in Editing Waypoints below. 2. Press CLEAR or ENTER to remove the place waypoint soft keys.
To place a waypoint as latitude/longitude using the Waypoint List:
1. Press MARKS, followed by the WAYPOINT LIST soft key. The Waypoint List and associated soft keys are displayed. 2. Press the MAKE NEW WAYPOINT soft key followed by the LAT/LONG soft key; the WPT POSITION (LAT/LONG) screen is displayed, with its associated soft keys. The waypoint is placed at the current vessel position, or if not available, the cursor position.
To place a waypoint at the cursor position or at the vessel position:
3. You can use the soft keys to edit the waypoint position as described in Editing the Waypoint Details on page 5-13. It is added to the Waypoint List and named with the next available number. To return to the default soft key display, press ENTER or CLEAR twice.
To place a waypoint as Loran TDs using the Waypoint List:
1. Press MARK, followed by the WAYPOINT LIST soft key; the Waypoint List and associated soft keys are displayed. 2. Press the MAKE NEW WAYPOINT, the waypoint is placed at the current vessel position, or if not available, the cursor position. To change the position press the LORAN TDs soft key; the WPT POSITION (LORAN TDs) screen is displayed, with its associated soft key. Note: You can enter waypoints as Loran TDs which are converted to Lat/Long coordinates. However, although the waypoint is shown in both Lat/Long and Loran TDs in the Waypoint List, you can subsequently only edit the position as Lat/Long coordinates. TD entries in the Waypoint List are shown only for those waypoints which were entered as TDs.

CURRENT EMPTY EMPTY EMPTY EMPTY

ERASE ROUTE

ROUTE INFO

NAME ROUTE

Displaying Route Information

RTE WPT

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Figure 5-7:

Route List Window
You can display the following information that relates to your route: Route leg or waypoint information, using the context-sensitive cursor. Details of waypoints in the route, using the soft keys. You can use this information to review your passage plan.
Route Leg and Waypoint Information
To display information about a route leg, move the cursor over the leg until the letters RTE are displayed. A Route Leg data box such as the following is displayed.
ROUTE NO. ROUTE NAME LEG 02 - 03 0T 5.5nm

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To remove the data box, move the cursor away from the route or press CLEAR.
To display information about a route waypoint, move the cursor over the waypoint until the letters WPT are displayed. The waypoint data box is displayed, this box includes the route and waypoint number. To remove the data box, move the cursor away from the route or press CLEAR.
Using Route Information to Review Your Passage Plan
You can view data for all the waypoints in the current route, or any saved route. You select the route from the database list and the information is displayed in a Route Information pop-up; the following details are provided for each waypoint: Position Bearing (from previous waypoint) Length of leg (from previous waypoint) Total Length Time (ETA or Elapsed) Soft keys are provided to toggle the time between ETA or elapsed and to change the Speed Over Ground (SOG) value; the ETA for each waypoint is calculated using the selected SOG, so you can change the SOG to determine its effect on your ETA. The chart scenario Review Your Passage Plan on page 2-32 provides a simple example of how to use the route information.
To display information about any route in the database:
1. Press the ROUTE soft key, followed by MORE, then press ROUTE LIST. The route list is displayed. The selection bar indicates the selected route. 2. Use the trackpad to select the required route, then press the ROUTE INFO soft key. The Route Information pop-up is displayed. As illustrated in Figure 5-8, this lists the waypoints in the route and details bearing, length of each leg, total distance, and either the estimated time of arrival (ETA) or the elapsed time. The soft keys allow you to toggle between ETA or total (elapsed) time, and to change the Speed Over Ground (SOG) value used in the time calculations. The current selections are highlighted.

STOP LOG

CLEAR LOG

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Figure 6-5:

Data Log Window

To stop recording log entries:
Press the STOP LOG soft key.
To clear the log entries:
Press the CLEAR LOG soft key, you are prompted Are You Sure. To cancel the CLEAR LOG operation press the NO soft key. To continue press the YES soft key, all log entries are deleted, but the data log remains active.
To return to the chart display:
Press DISPLAY to select the chart mode, then press ENTER. The log continues until you return to the data log mode and press STOP LOG.
Chapter 7: Setting Up the System Defaults

7.1 Introduction

Once you have installed your display unit and are familiar with its basic operation (described in Chapter 1 and Chapter 2), you need to set it up so that it obtains the correct information from the equipment you have connected it to, operates according to your requirements, and displays information according to your preferences.
This is achieved using the soft key controls that are displayed when you press the MENU key. In most cases, you will only need to use the MENU key options when you first set up your system. However, you may decide to change the way you have customized some aspects, such as the screen and help setting, as you become more familiar with your system. Once you have set the values, they remain as the default settings until you reset them; they are retained even if you power off your display.
This chapter covers the following topics: Changing the default set up parameters System parameter functions and default settings Radar-specific parameter functions and default settings MARPA specific parameters and default settings Advanced Radar functions Chart specific parameter functions and default settings You should check the functions of the parameters, and decide on the new settings, before making the changes. Note: The SYSTEM SET UP menu option from the chartplotter display is the same as that accessed from the radar display SYSTEM SET UP menu.
7.2 Changing the Set Up Parameters
The set up parameters are divided into four sections: System, to control the aspects of the system that are not specific to the radar or chart. Radar, includes bearing alignment, display preferences and the timed transmission option. MARPA, to control the MARPA target tracking parameters, including target vectors, safe zone and target history display. Advanced, to control specialist radar settings such as display timing, STC preset and tune preset (see Section 7.6 for instructions on how to access these functions). Chart, to control the chartplotter display, including waypoint information, vectors and radar/chart synchronization. Note: The GPS and Track Set Up menus are described in Chapter 6. This section provides instructions for displaying and changing the default values. The following sections list the parameters and their possible settings, and describe the function of each parameter in turn.

OFF, LAT/LONG, TDs OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF, APP, TRUE or BOTH OFF, LAT/LON, or RNG/BRG/TTG OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF, WIND, WPT or BOTH OFF or ON OFF or ON MAGNETIC, TRUE MAG/TRUE, RELATIVE OFF,LAT/LONG,RNG/ BRG,BOTH DAY, NIGHT OFF/ON OFF/ON OFF/ON DR, POSITION NO TIMEOUT, 10, 20, 30 SECONDS NAUTICAL MILES, STATUTE MILES, KILOMETERS, KILOYARDS KNOTS, MILES PER HOUR, KILOMETERS PER HOUR METERS, FEET, FATHOMS CENTIGRADE, FAHRENHEIT AUTO, MANUAL
SPEED UNITS DEPTH UNITS TEMPERATURE UNITS VARIATION SOURCE
KNOTS FEET FAHRENHEIT AUTO
Options OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON OFF or ON DD/MM/YY, MM/DD/YY 12 HOUR, 24 HOUR UTC, or local offset value: Plus or minus up to 13 hours, in whole hours HIGH, MEDIUM, LOW Press soft key to start the linearisation procedure and to align the heading ENGLISH (UK), ENGLISH (US), DANISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, DUTCH, ITALIAN, ICELANDIC, NORWEGIAN, PORTUGUESE, SPANISH, SWEDISH, FINNISH OFF, DATA, RADAR, BOTH ENGLISH (US) Factory Default ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF ON MM/DD/YY 12 HOUR UTC New Default
BRIDGE NMEA HEADING NMEA OUT SET UP APB BWC BWR DBT, DPT MTW RMB RSD RTE TTM VHW VLW WPL GGA GLL RMA RMC VTG ZDA CURSOR ECHO RADAR CURSOR IN CHART CURSOR IN S/T CURSOR OUT CURSOR ECHO LOCAL DATE FORMAT TIME FORMAT TIME OFFSET
GPS SOG/COG FILTER COMPASS SET UP LINEARISE COMPASS ALIGN HEADING LANGUAGE

MEDIUM -

SIMULATOR
Press the SELECT BOXES soft key to display the data box sub-menu. This allows you to select up to 6 data boxes that you can display. Note: 1. A fixed set of 9 (mono) or 16 (color) of these data items are available for display in the Nav Data half-screen window (see Chapter 2). 2. In addition to these grouped data boxes, boxes for the cursor readout, VRM/ EBL data, waypoint data, MOB data and simulator status are displayed when selected or when the appropriate function is active. Data boxes provide regularly used data in a compact form so that most of the picture can still be seen. The ones you select here can be turned on and off as a group during normal operation, and you can also move them around the screen individually using the context-sensitive cursor (see Context-Sensitive Cursor Control on page 1-14.).

Bearing Mode

The mode (magnetic or true) of all the bearing and heading data displayed. This is indicated in the radar status bar after the heading value.

Cursor Reference

The mode of the bearing data displayed for the cursor readout. The bearing information can be displayed in either of two forms: Relative: The bearing relative to your vessels heading. Mag/True: The actual bearing in either degrees magnetic or degrees true. This option is only available in Radar mode if your system includes a radar display and you have heading data from a compass. If you choose this mode, the selection you made for the previous parameter (Bearing Mode), M or T, is displayed in the cursor (Rng/Brg) data boxes. The current units are shown for the heading value in the status bar at the top of the screen.

Connectors

Interfaces

Appendix A:Specification

Man Overboard (MOB Mode) Screen Functions Radar/Chart Overlay (color display only) Data Boxes
Mark placed with course line; readout shows range, bearing, lat/lon of MOB and time elapsed since MOB. Full, half and quarter screens available dependent on function Radar image can be overlaid on full-screen chart Up to six user selectable information boxes

Radar Features

Range Scales (Range Rings) 0.125 (0.0625), 0.25 (0.125), 0.5 (0.125), 0.75 (0.25), 1.5 (0.25), 3 (0.5), 6 (1), 12 (2), 24 (4), 48 (8) or 72 (12) nm selectable (dependent on scanner). Performance limited by the scanner type andposition. Range scales can be customized Better than +/ 1.5% of the max. range scale in use, or 22 m (72 ft.), whichever is the greatest. +/ 1 2xVRMs, readout nm, kyds, sm, km 2xEBLs, floating if required, resolution graduated at 10 intervals 23 m (25 yds) 23 m (25 yds) Head up, Course up or North up (selectable True or Magnetic) Relative or True Motion Interference rejection, standby/transmit modes, pulse selection, Tune, Rain, FTC, and Sea controls, with selection of manual or automatic control of gain, sea clutter and tune (Auto GST )
Range Ring Accuracy Bearing Accuracy Variable Range Markers Electronic Bearing Lines Bearing Scale Minimum Range Range Discrimination Presentation Modes Scanner Control
Magnetic Sensor Waypoint Navigation Marks MARPA Variation Source Guard Zone Alarm Radar/Chart Synchronization Zoom Mode Off Centre Function
NMEA or Seatalk Lollipop symbol, WPT range, bearing, TTG or lat/lon readout 100 Mark database Manual acquisition of 10 targets, automatic tracking, dangerous target alarms, safe zone, target history, true or relative vectors Auto (SeaTalk/NMEA/Internal algorithm) or Manual 2 guard zones, selectable sensitivity level, audible alarm User selectable in split screen mode provided chart data available x2, from 0.25 nm to maximum range, in 1/4 window and - color display only - full screen from 1/4 window 66% of radius (except maximum range)

G-Series Course Computer

Note: A 150 or 400 course computer coupled to the optional GyroPlus unit will provide heading data of equal quality to the 150G or 400G course computer. The method of connecting to your display is the same. If you have a Raymarine 150G or 400G course computer we recommend that you configure your system as follows and illustrated below: Connect the course computer NMEA1 output to the NMEA input and radar/chart overlay. In the System Set Up Menu set Bridge NMEA Heading OFF (see Bridge NMEA Heading on page 7-8).
Typical SeaTalk System GPS

SEA MOB

MARKS MULTI

Fluxgate Compass

NMEA G Series Course Computer Distribution Panel

NMEA SeaTalk

12/24V Supply SeaTalk

12/24V Supply

D5969_1

Figure E-1:

Radar System with a G-Series Course Computer
Appendix F: Abbreviations
A ANSI AWG BDI Brg CCFL CD CFR CMG COG CRT CTR dB DC DMG DR EBL EMC ETA FCC FLT ft FTC GPS dGPS GRD GHz HDG Hz MHz IEEE in, " Kg kW lat lbs
Amp American National Standards Institute American Wire Gauge Bearing and Distance Indicator Bearing Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp Course Deviation Indicator Code of Federal Regulations Course Made Good Course Over Ground Cathode Ray Tube Center deciBels Direct Current Distance Made Good Dead Reckoning Electronic Bearing Line Electro Magnetic Compatibility Estimated Time of Arrival Federal Communication Commission Float - floating EBL/VRM feet Fast Time Constant Global Positioning System differential Global Positioning System Guard Zone Giga Hertz Heading Hertz Mega Hertz Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers inch kilogram kilo Watt latitude pounds

Abbreviations

LCD lon M m MARPA MBS mm MOB MRK nm NMEA POS RF Rng rpm SSB SHM SOG STC T TFT TTG V VHF VMG VRM WPT XTE yds ZMB
Liquid Crystal Display longitude Magnetic meters Mini Automatic Radar Plotting Aid Main Bang Suppression millimeter Man OverBoard Mark nautical mile National Marine Electronics Association Position (of vessel) Radio Frequency Range Revolutions Per Minute Single Side Band Ships Heading Marker Speed Over Ground Sensitivity Time Control True Thin Film Transistor Time To Go Volts Very High Frequency Velocity Made Good Variable Range Marker Waypoint Cross Track Error yards Zoom Box
Accessories 8.4 Acquire a Target 3.26 Adding a Waypoint to a Route 5.18, 5.28 Adjusting Gain, Sea Clutter and Rain Clutter 3.7 Advanced Set Up 7.2, 7.15 Display Timing 7.15 STC Preset 7.16 Tune Preset 7.16 Alarm Clock Alarm 6.4 Alarms 3.1, 3.21 Alarm Clock 6.4 Anchor 6.4 Arrival 5.31, 6.4 Controlling Guard Zones 3.19, 3.21 Countdown Timer 6.4 External 6.4 MOB 4.5, 6.6 Off Track 6.4 Setting 6.1, 6.5 ALARMS Key 1.15, 3.19, 3.20, 6.4, 6.5 Alignment Bearing 7.11, 7.13, 8.18 Anchor Alarm 6.4 Antenna Size 7.11, 7.13 Apelco 182 and 182XT GPS B.2 Arrival Alarm 5.31, 6.4 Autohelm GPS, Z260 and Z273 B.3

 

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