Raymarine Raychart 520 Plus
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|anywho||4:08am on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010|
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|alxk||5:30pm on Monday, November 1st, 2010|
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When you have read and understood the caution, press the CONTINUE soft key. The chart is displayed. If this is the first time the chartplotter has been turned on, and no chart card is installed, the display shows the small-scale world map and the default soft keys. Otherwise, the display shows the selected chart area and any data that were displayed when the display was last used.
Until unit beeps
Switch On - Chart Mode
To switch the scanner and display unit off, press and hold the POWER key for three seconds. A countdown timer is displayed as shown below:
VRM/EBL MARKS MULTI
Countdown timer: number of seconds to power off
POWER OFF IN 3s
When the counter reaches zero a beep sounds, and the display unit switches off. Release the POWER key. Note: Switch the display unit off before you remove the power cord. Note: You do not need to change to Standby mode before turning off the display: if you turn the radar display off while it is in Transmit mode, the scanner is also de-activated.
When simulator mode is on a simulator data box is displayed. When the display is switched off then on again, simulator mode is maintained. It is recommended that you select the System Set Up Menu and switch off simulator mode when you have finished.
To view a simulated image:
1. Press MENU followed by the SYSTEM SET UP soft key. The set up menu pop-up is displayed. 2. Use the trackpad to move the selection bar over the option SIMULATOR. The simulator soft keys are displayed. 3. In the system set up menu, press RADAR to view a simulated radar image, DATA to view the chart display with simulated position, or BOTH to view simulated radar and chart data. 4. Press ENTER twice to return to the default display. Note: Any waypoints placed on the chartplotter in simulator mode are retained in the database list and are available for use in routes.
SYSTEM SET UP
Changing the Lighting and Contrast
You can change the level of backlighting and contrast for the screen and keys. The key lighting is set the same as the screen lighting, except that it remains switched on at its lowest level even when the screen lighting is turned off, so that you can always find the keys.
To change the lighting and contrast:
75% LIGHT 50% CONTRAST
1. Press the MULTI key to display the soft key controls: The last-used soft key is highlighted in inverse video (white text on a black background). If you press MULTI during the magnetron warm-up sequence countdown, only the LIGHT and CONTRAST sliders are displayed, and the lighting is automatically switched on at its last-used level. 2. Press the LIGHT soft key if it is not already highlighted. Alternatively, you can press the trackpad left and right edges to move sideways between the controls to select the LIGHT soft key.
RANGE Controls range scale. Range scale and range rings are shown in the Status Bar. - Press top of key to increase the range scale. - Press bottom of key to decrease the range scale. - Press and hold to change the scale faster.
Used to control guard zones. - Press to place guard zone if one not already placed. Adjust size/shape using trackpad, press ENTER to finish. - Press to display soft keys if guard zone already placed.
GUARD 1 OFF ON GUARD 2 OFF ON
MULTI Controls guard zone alarm sensitivity, and tuning the receiver. Also controls display lighting and contrast. - Press to display sliders.
Use soft key to toggle zone on or off. Adjust size/shape using trackpad, and press ENTER to finish.
Provides access to setup options. - Press to display soft keys.
SYSTEM SET UP RADAR SET UP
Select a slider using the soft key or trackpad. Toggle between Auto/Man or off/on by pressing key again. Adjust slider using trackpad, and press ENTER to finish.
MARPA SET UP
Press soft key to display required setup menu, then use trackpad to select option and soft key to change setting. Press ENTER to close menu, and CLEAR to to finish.
GAIN Not used in Chart mode.
DISPLAY Controls display mode and windows. - Press for display mode and soft keys display. - Press again to toggle through display modes, then ENTER. - Press and hold for 2 seconds for full screen display.
WINDOWS OFF ON SELECT WINDOWS
VRM/EBL Use to measure range and bearing to/between points. - Position cursor at start point, and press VRM/EBL key to display the Ruler data box. Select end point using trackpad, and press ENTER to fix end position of ruler.
Press soft keys to toggle window on/off and to select lower window. Press ENTER to finish.
MULTI Controls display lighting and contrast. - Press to display sliders.
MARKS / MOB Controls waypoints, and Man Overboard function. - Press to display waypoint soft keys. - Press and hold for 2 seconds to activate or cancel MOB.
PLACE WPT PLACE WPT AT CURSOR AT VESSEL WAYPOINT LIST LOAD/SAVE USER CARD
Press soft key to place waypoint at cursor or vessel, or display the waypoint list/user card menu and asscociated soft keys. Press ENTER to finish. Soft keys Press to select option, or slider. Labels change when you press soft/dedicated key. Elipses (.) after the text indicate that pressing soft key leads to a further display of soft key options. ENTER Confirms selection and (if appropriate) clears current soft key labels. It performs the selected task, accepts changes, or displays more options. When cursor text is displayed, takes cursor control of the object. When arrow-head cursor symbol is displayed, drops the object under cursor control. CLEAR Cancels operation in progress and returns to the previous display. Deletes an object/function under cursor control. Trackpad Controls cursor position and the slider values. Hold the trackpad down to move the cursor faster. POWER Press and hold until unit beeps to turn on display. Press for 3 seconds to turn off display.
Typical Chart Scenarios
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Place and Goto a Waypoint
1. Press MARKS
2. Position Cursor as required
Press the soft key
Press the soft key to go to the waypoint selected by the cursor.
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The vessel navigates towards the target waypoint
See: 5.3 Working wth Waypoints Go to an individual Target Point, page 5-26.
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Make and Follow a Route
1. Position Cursor - in this example over an existing waypoint
2. Press the soft key
Position Cursor for next waypoint, then press soft key. Repeat to plot all waypoints in sequence.
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Press the soft key. The route becomes the current route.
The vessel starts to navigate to the first (target) waypoint in the route.
See: 5.4 Working wth routes, Follow a route, page 5-24. Other Follow Options, page 5-25.
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Review Your Passage Plan
1. Use the trackpad to move selection bar over required route.
Time defaults to ETA - and assumes the current time is the start time.
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See: Displaying Route Information page 5-18. Change the TIME to HOURS - the display indicates it will take 32 minutes to reach the destination. You can change the PLANNED SOG; the display updates to indicate TIME required at the planned speed.
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Displaying the Radar and Synchronizing Radar & Chart
1. Press DISPLAY -- then press twice more to select RADAR.
SYSTEM SET UP CHART SET UP TRACK SET UP GPS SETUP
2. Press the soft keys to set windows ON. The Chart window is the default selection. 3. Press ENTER.
Press the soft key. You can control the chart cursor.
1. Press MENU.
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1. Move selection bar over Radar/Chart Synch.
2. Press the soft key. 3. Press ENTER twice.
Press the soft key.
SCREEN FIND SHIP MORE RDR CHRT
4. Use the trackpad to move the slider up or down. You can press and hold the control to move the slider quickly rather than in single steps. The image on the screen changes as you move the slider, so that you can see the effect of your adjustment. If you select MANUAL TUNE adjustment, an 8-step signal-strength indicator bar is displayed above the slider. Adjust the slider to obtain the maximum reading on the indicator. Note: Because the changes to the settings are made immediately, you cannot revert to the previous setting by pressing CLEAR. 5. When you have set all the controls to the levels you require, press ENTER, or CLEAR to clear the slider display. The status bar is updated to indicate which controls are switched to Auto or On.
MANUAL 50% GAIN
Gain Control and Sea Control
The GAIN control can be set to either Auto or Manual. In Auto mode, the Pathfinder Plus radar optimizes the setting. The SEA control can be set to AutoHarbour (default), Auto-Offshore or Manual mode. In Auto-Offshore mode, the Pathfinder Plus Radar optimizes its settings to account for the effects of sea clutter. In harbours or close proximity to land different auto settings may be necessary to cater for the effects of land clutter. To avoid losing small targets it is therefore advisable to set the Sea control to Auto-Harbour mode. Alternatively, set both Sea and Gain to Manual mode then adjust the settings to ensure that all close small targets are visible. The GAIN control adjusts the level of the display of signals received from the scanner; it is equivalent to a volume control on a radio. Because the SEA control affects the gain, you may need to manually readjust it if you manually change the Gain setting.
Gain Control When the GAIN control is set to Manual, you should check it every time you change the range scale.
On long range settings, the gain should be set to give a slight speckle in the background of the radar picture. Do not set the gain too low, or you may miss small or weak targets. On shorter ranges, you may wish to reduce the gain slightly to reduce the speckle and therefore improve target definition.
Target Vector and History
The MARPA targets can be displayed with a vector line showing where they will be at a certain time in the future, (assuming present course and speed). You can select a relative or true vector and the vector length. The vector type (RV or TV) and length are shown in the status bar. You can also select to view the targets history, this appears as a series of dots that are dropped by the target as it makes way. The interval between them is selectable. A relative vector indicates the targets motion related to your own ships motion. The targets relative course and speed are calculated to produce a vector that is displayed on the target only. This mode is used for collision avoidance and threat assessment. A true vector indicates the targets motion over ground. In this mode true vectors for the target and your own ship are displayed. MARPA measures the direction in which the target and own ship are actually moving over the ground. The result is the vessels true course, the rate of motion is the vessels true speed. Consider this motion as if you were in a helicopter looking down watching the targets move across the water. This mode can aid navigation. Section 7.5 describes how to set the target vector and history parameters.
On an integrated hsb2 display system the repeater display (with the appropriate software version) can access the MARPA functions, and targets are shown on the repeater display. MARPA data is also sent on NMEA allowing any other equipment, with the necessary functionality, to show the tracked targets data.
MARPA target acquisition is only available at radar range scales of up to 12nm, although tracking continues at all ranges. Note: If you change to a lower range scale, targets may be beyond the range of the scanner and will be lost. In such cases an alarm pop-up indicates the target is off-screen.
The MARPA functions are accessed through the MARPA default soft key, and some options are available with the context sensitive cursor, or through the MARPA database list. Where there are two ways of performing a certain function this section describes both ways. Information on how to set up the MARPA system is in Section 7.5.
Using Chart Cards
Inserting a Chart Card
To insert a chart card:
1. Check that the card is a C-MAP NT C-Card with the required chart stored on it. 2. Open the card cover, at the lower left of the display front panel. 3. Hold the card with the title label towards the left, as shown in the illustration. 4. Gently push the card into one of the two slots. It will only go in if it is correctly oriented. Push the card in as far as it will go, then move it to the right so that the top is under the retaining pegs. The card will be held in place by the pegs. 5. Close the card cover until it clicks shut, to prevent water entering the display unit.
Removing the Chart Card
Removing a Chart Card
We recommend that before you remove a chart cartridge, you ensure the chart is not being used on any other display unit. Removing a chart cartridge whilst a display unit is accessing the chart may cause an operational error.
To remove a chart card:
1. Open the card cover, at the lower left of the display front panel. 2. Press on the card you wish to remove, and move the top of the card to the left to clear the retaining pegs. The card will spring half-way out, enabling you to grip the card and remove it from the slot. 3. Remember to close the card cover so that it clicks shut, to prevent water from entering the card reader assembly.
Displaying the Chart Data
The new chart information will be displayed when you move the cursor into an area covered by the new chart or, if it is already in the area, change the range scale. If an hsb2 series repeater display is connected, the chart can also be accessed by the repeater display. To see the chart you may need to zoom or pan, to redraw the chart area to the screen.
The boundary of each chart digitized in the current card is defined by a box or rectangle. (You can switch off the chart boundaries display if you wish, as part of the chartplotter set up described in Section 7.7.)
To zoom in:
1. Use the trackpad to move the cursor inside one of the chart boxes, and press the lower part of the RANGE key.
To save and name the current route:
1. To access the SAVE ROUTE soft key, press the ROUTE soft key, followed by MORE. 2. Press the SAVE ROUTE soft key. The save route pop-up and the NAME ROUTE soft keys are displayed as illustrated in Figure 5-6. 3. The next available entry on the route list is highlighted. (If required, you can use the trackpad to select another position in the list; this can be a blank slot, or an existing route that you no longer require).
5 EMPTY EMPTY EMPTY EMPTY EMPTY
NAME ROUTE? YES NO
Save Route Window
4. If you do not wish to name or re-name the route, press the NO soft key to clear the list. The route is saved and is listed as Route Not Named. If you wish to name the route press the YES soft key. Use the trackpadto move the cursor right or left to the character you wish to edit. Then use the top or bottom of the trackpad to increase or decrease the letter or number.
You can use a Navigator Keypad (see Using the ST60 or ST80 Navigator Keypad on page 5-15) to name the route. 5. Press ENTER to finish and clear the Name List, or press CLEAR to cancel the operation. To return to the default soft key display, press ENTER again.
Clearing the Current Route
You can clear the current route from the screen. When you select CLEAR ROUTE if the current route has not been saved, you have the option of saving it and, if you are following the current route, you have the option to stop.
To clear the current route:
2. If you are following the current route the STOP FOLLOW soft keys are displayed. To cancel the CLEAR operation press NO. To stop following and clear the route press YES. 3. If the route has not been saved the SAVE ROUTE soft keys are displayed. To clear the route, without saving it in the route database, press NO. To save the route in the database, press YES. The Name route soft keys are displayed and you should continue as described in the previous section, Saving the Current Route on page 5-22. The current route is cleared from the screen and the default soft keys are displayed. You can now use the ROUTE soft keys to make a route, or to show another route from the database.
Retrieve a Route From the Database
You can select a route as the current route from the database list. The list is accessed from the second set of ROUTE soft keys.
To select a route as the current route:
1. Press the ROUTE soft key, followed by MORE, then press ROUTE LIST. The route list is displayed as illustrated in Figure 5-7. The selection bar indicates the selected route. 2. Use the trackpad to select the required route then press the SHOW ROUTE soft key. The chart is re-drawn at a scale suitable to display the whole route.
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Managing tracks, using the track list, including Saving, Naming, Erasing and Showing a track. Making a Track into a Route
To access the track controls:
1. From the chart display, press the MENU key to display the chart set up soft keys.
2. Press the TRACK SETUP soft key to display the Track soft keys:
Setting Up a Track
TRACKS OFF ON CLEAR TRACK
MAKE INTO ROUTE
The following instructions assume you have the track soft keys displayed.
You use the track soft keys to switch the track on and to specify the interval, as time or distance, at which track points are saved. The time interval between track points can be set to 1s, 5s, 10s, 30s, 1min, 3min, 5min, 10min or 30minutes. The distance spacing between track points can be set to 0.1nm, 0.5nm or 1.0nm. The interval default is a distance of 0.1nm. The maximum track length is 750 points. When the track has reached this length, the first points are overwritten. The track is saved until you switch it off. When the unit is powered off, the current track (thus far) is retained in memory. Setting a short time interval between track points is best suited to navigation within a close or complex environment, e.g. an estuary or marina whereas, in contrast, a greater distance interval is best suited to a long haul voyage. Refer to the setting guide shown in Figure 5-9 to determine the best setting for your planned voyage; this is particularly important if you wish to use SmartRoute to convert your track to a route.
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1 sec 12 min 5 sec 10 sec 30 sec
1 hr, 2 min 2 hrs, 5 min 6 hrs, 15 min 12 hrs, 30 min 1 day, 13 hrs, 30 min 2 days, 14 hrs, 30 min 5 days, 5 hrs 15 days, 15 hrs
TRACK INTERVAL SETTING
1 min 3 min 5 min 10 min 30 min
0.1 nm 0.5 nm
75 nm 375 nm 750 nm
Clearing the Current Track
TRACK OFF ON CLEAR TRACK SAVE TRACK
Track Interval Setting Guide
You can change the setting at any time. The setting applies only to the current track and is not saved as a stored track.
To set up a track:
1. Press the MORE soft key to access the TRACK INTERVAL soft keys. Press the appropriate soft key to set either a time interval or a distance interval; press the UP arrow to increase the interval, the DOWN arrow to decrease the interval. Press ENTER to return to the track soft keys.
TRACK INTERVAL 0.1nm
2. Press the TRACK OFF ON soft key to toggle tracks on. Your vessels trail will be displayed on-screen, with a line joining the points at the selected interval.
Select the language in which you wish information to be displayed. The selected language will be used for screen text, labels, menus and options, but will not affect the letters displayed by the context-sensitive cursor. The language setting also affects the display format for lat/long position information.
The simulator allows you to operate your display without data from the antenna and/or external data sources. The system set up simulator options have the following functions: Data provides simulated numerical data, and a waypoint display. Radar provides simulated radar picture, with example targets. The picture does not change if you change the range, although the range rings are adjusted (see Chapter 3). Both provides simulated data and radar picture. When the simulator is switched on, a SIMULATOR data box is displayed during operation, showing the simulation selected.
7.4 Radar Set Up Parameters
The RADAR SET UP option allows you to set up the radar according to your system configuration and your personal preferences. Note: Some parameters can only be changed if you are using the Master display (that is, the display to which the scanner is connected). The following table lists the Radar Set Up parameters and their options, shows the factory default setting, and provides a space for you to make a note of your new default setting. Each parameter is described in the following subsections.
Parameter EBL DISPLAY TIMED TRANSMIT TRANSMIT PERIOD STANDBY PERIOD DEFAULT MARK SYMBOL MARK DISPLAY CLEAR MARKS CUSTOM SCALE BEARING ALIGNMENT ANTENNA SIZE SEND ON HSB
Radar Set Up Parameters
Options MAG/TRUE, RELATIVE OFF, ON 10 scans, 20 scans, 30 scans 3, 5, 10 or 15 mins , OFF, ON Press soft key to clear marks database OFF, ON,SET RANGES. Slider value 4 ft., 6ft (only if an open array scanner is connected) ON, OFF , , ON N/A OFF ft. ON Factory Default RELATIVE OFF 20 scans 10 minutes New Default
The mode of the bearing data displayed for Electronic Bearing Lines (EBLs). 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 if you are obtaining data from a compass. If you choose this mode, the selection you made for Bearing Mode determines whether M or T is displayed in the EBL data boxes. The current units are shown for the heading value in the status bar at the top of the screen.
The following illustration shows typical cable suppression ferrites used with Raymarine equipment. Always use the ferrites supplied by Raymarine.
Typical Suppression Ferrites
Connections to Other Equipment
If your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipment using a cable not supplied by Raymarine, a suppression ferrite MUST always be attached to the cable near to the Raymarine unit.
8.2 Unpacking and Inspecting the Components
Unpack your system carefully, to prevent damage to the equipment. Save the carton and packing, in case you need to return a unit for service. Check that you have all the correct system components. These depend on your system package, as follows:
Item 7 LCD Display
Parts and Accessories
Part No E52031 E52032 E32034 DW143 W145 M92708 W144 Supplied with: RL70 PLUS RL70RC PLUS RC520 PLUS RL70/RL70RC/RC520 PLUS RL70/RL70RC/RC520 PLUS RL70/RL70RC PLUS RC520 PLUS RL70/RL70RC/RC520 PLUS All All All Option for: -
LCD Display Accessories 7 Sun cover Handbook, Radar/Chart Quick Reference Card, Radar Quick Reference Card, Chart 7 Mounting bracket assy Trunnion knobs (x2) 7 Flush Mount Kit Power cable Seatalk cable assembly Flat moulded plugs both ends: 3 ft 3 in (1 m) long 9 ft 9 in (3 m) long 16 ft 3 in (5 m) long 29 ft 3 in (9 m)) long Flat to male round connector: 12 in (0.3 m) long Flat to female round connector: 12 in (0.3 m) long Flat moulded plug one end only: 3 ft. 3 in (1 m) long Ferrite for SeaTalk Cable Seatalk junction 3-way block Seatalk auxiliary junction box
W284 W285 W286 W287 D187 D188 D229 D244 R55006 R55001 R55002 R55003 R55004 E55010 E55040 R58117 R55005
All All All All
All All All All All All All All All All All All All -
Unpacking and Inspecting the Components
hsb2 cable assy
3 ft 3 in (1 m) 10 ft (3 m) 20 ft (6 m) 30 ft (10 m) 60 ft (20m) hsb2Splitter In-line Terminator NMEA OUT cable assy 4 ft 11 in (1.5m)
8.3 Selecting the Display Unit Location
The display unit can be mounted using the mounting bracket supplied, or console mounted using the optional flush-mounting kit. The dimensions of the display units, including the bracket, is shown in Figure 8-3. When planning the display installation, the following should be considered to ensure reliable and trouble free operation: Convenience: The contrast and colors seen on all LCD displays vary slightly with viewing angle; this is more noticeable on the left hand side. Power the unit and select a suitable mounting location prior to installing the display. The mounting location should be easily accessible to allow operation of the front panel controls. Access: There must be sufficient space behind the display to allow cable connections to the rear panel connectors, avoiding tight bends in the cable. Interference: The selected location should be far enough away from devices that may cause interference, such as motors, generators and radio transmitter/receivers (see the EMC guidelines earlier in this section).
The hsb2 series display system (i.e. with a scanner connected where applicable) is intended for use on ships DC power systems rated as follows: 12 V or 24 V systems 12 V, 24 V or 32 V systems 24 V or 32 V systems Radome Scanner System 4 kW Open Array Scanners System; RCkW Open Array Scanners System
A 5 ft. (1.5 m) power cable is supplied for connecting the ships DC power to the display unit. Longer power cable runs may require larger wire gauges to minimise any voltage drop in the cable. The scanner type and the length and type of the inter-unit cable also affect the wire gauge required for the extension
power cable. For further details on the master display power cable length refer to the Pathfinder Plus Radar Scanner Owners Handbook. If a longer power cable run is required, use the supplied power cable to connect to the display unit. Then use a suitable connector block to connect the free end to the extension cable, taking particular care to ensure correct polarity. The supplied power cable has a cross-section of 2.0 mm.
Note: For repeater displays, the power cable may be extended by up to 20 m using a wire gauge of 1.5 mm2 (AWG 16) or greater, irrespective of the interunit cable length.
Inter-Unit Scanner Cable
The inter-unit (scanner) cable entrance is at the rear of the scanner unit. If the unit is mounted on a hollow mast the cable may be run inside the mast and then fed through the radars cable entrance. Make sure that the cable does not chafe where it enters the mast. Note: Route the cable from the display up to the scanner, since this will require the smallest clearance hole. The type of inter-unit cable, for connecting the scanner to the display unit, depends on your scanner package. Refer to the Pathfinder Plus Radar Scanner Owners Handbook for details, which include length considerations and bending radii.
The number of hsb2 (PLUS) display units that can be connected is limited by the total cable length. For example: 10 units 8 units Max. total cable length - 40 m Max. total cable length - 60 m
Note: If you have fewer displays, it may be possible to have more than 60 metres of cable and conversely, if your total cable length is less than 40 metres, it may be possible to connect more hsb2 displays. Contact you authorized Raymarine dealer for further details.
CAUTION: Ensure the correct polarity of the 12 V supply before applying display or SeaTalk power. It is recommended that a multimeter is used to check the connections.
To Display Unit SeaTalk Socket Black Red Yellow Green White Brown From GPS sensor
Black 12V Power Supply (fused) Red
Black Red Yellow Green White Brown
From GPS sensor
Black Red Yellow White Green
From the DBR
To connect your GPS to your hsb2 display connect the wires as shown in the first illustration below. To connect your Differential Beacon Receiver, you must cut off the 5-pin connector (Raytheon and Apelco versions) strip back the insulation on all the wires and connect to the Auxiliary Junction Box as shown in the second illustration below.
To Display Unit SeaTalk Socket Black Red Green Yellow White Brown From GPS sensor
Black Red Green Yellow White Brown
Autohelm GPS, Z260 and Z273
Raystar 112LP (SeaTalk version)
To connect your Raystar 112LP to your hsb2 display, refer to the first illustration below or follow the instructions in Chapter 8. To connect the Raystar 112LP and your Differential Beacon Receiver, cut off the 5-pin connector and strip back the red, black and green wires. Remove the sleeve from the end of the Raystar 112LP cable to expose the green and brown wires, then connect to the Auxiliary Junction Box as shown in the second illustration below.
Screen Red Yellow
Screen Red Yellow Green Brown
Black 12V Power Supply (fused) Red Black White Red Green Yellow From the DBR
To connect your Raystar 114 Combined GPS and Differential Beacon Receiver to your hsb2 display, cut off the 5-pin connector, strip back the insulation on all the wires and connect to the Auxiliary Junction Box as shown in the illustration below.
Note: You can use the GPS Set-Up page to manually tune the Raystar 114. Refer to Chapter 6 for details.
Black White Red Yellow Green
From Combined GPS/DBR sensor
Raystar 114 Combined GPS and Differential Beacon Receiver
Raystar 120 WAAS Satellite Differential Receiver
To connect your Raystar 120 WAAS Satellite Differential Receiver to your hsb2 display, connect to the Auxiliary Junction Box as shown in the illustration below. Optional connections to RTCM are also shown. Note that the green wire is not used. CAUTION: Ensure the correct polarity of the 12 V supply before applying display or SeaTalk power. It is recommended that a multimeter is used to check the connections.
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Raychart plotters in navigation intelligence. the ultimate
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MULTI-STATION DATA SHARINGWith High Speed Bus (hsb2) technology, up to 10 display units can communicate with each other, all sharing radar, chart plotter and fishfinder capabilities with a single wire link.
Simple-on-the-outside, sophisticated-on-theinside is the design philosophy that makes navigating with Raymarine the choice for thousands of boaters worldwide. With so many choices of navigation products available today, Raymarines GPS and Raycharts stand out from the crowd. Our navigation products are engineered for extreme accuracy, ease-of-use and proven reliability and are always on the cutting edge of on board navigation. We continue to innovate with products that incorporate the latest GPS, networking and display technologies, including features like Satellite Differential (WAAS see page 19), hsb2 and high-bright color.
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Raychart: navigation intelligence
With Raychart, navigating to a favorite destination is easy! Locate a spot on the chart, select GOTO and Raychart does the rest. Important functions like waypoints, routes and chart displays are accessed instantly thanks to Raycharts uncluttered controls and the world renowned Pathfinder user interface - the interface that has made Raymarine products the benchmark for onboard navigation. Taking the next step into the future, Plus Series Raycharts support C-MAPs advanced NT+ vector cartography for unsurpassed paper chart like detail (color models only). Stunning cartography combined with advanced customization makes Raychart one of the most powerful electronic charting systems available today.
Two electronic charts can be installed at any one time in our C-MAP NT+ driven Raychart chartplotters.
Typical full-screen chart display.
Split screen showing CDI (course deviation indicator) graphic and chart display.
Technical Specifications see pages
Raychart features comparison chart
a i d s PRODUCT FEATURES Daylight-viewable 7" monochrome LCD display Daylight-viewable 7" high-bright color LCD display Daylight-viewable 10.4" high-bright color LCD display Interfaces Multi-station hsb2 networking SeaTalk NMEA 0183 RayTech hsb compatible Packaged with Raystar 120 SDGPS sensor
Other Raychart features include:
High-bright daylight viewable color displays (7" and 10.4" models) or daylight viewable monochrome displays (7"models). Seamless chart panning with lightning fast chart redraw. SmartRoute automatically builds waypoints and routes from previous tracks. Flexible waypoint and route building with Loran TD (time difference) input. Waypoints and Routes can be stored on optional data cards. Radar/chart overlay when interfaced to any hsb2 compatible Plus Series radar (color units only). Full function radar and fishfinder display and control when networked to hsb2 compatible radars and fishfinders. Automatic screen synchronization between radar and chart (hsb2 equipped models only). Choice of orientation modes (head up, north up and course up). User configurable databoxes for accessing instrument and autopilot data from the SeaTalk/NMEA.
New this season, we have added SL versions to our popular Raycharts. Designed for single station installations that dont require hsb2 networking, the SL models are equipped with all the same advanced features and performance as our hsb2 equipped Raycharts. Raychart equipped SL models are packaged with the Raystar 120 SDGPS sensor, delivering excellent value and state-of-the-art Raychart and SDGPS performance.
SL Series Raycharts
Once a Raychart joins the hsb2 network, detailed electronic charts and full navigation functionality are instantly transferred to every radar and fishfinder on the communication bus! Connect RayTech Navigator* via hsb2 and you will find C-MAP charts installed on your personal computer are transferred instantly to networked Raychart, fishfinder and radar displays!** Thanks to hsb2, waypoint and route databases are exchanged between RayTech software and hsb2 networked Raychart, fishfinder and radar displays**.
* hsb2 PC interface kit required. ** New this season. Requires the latest version of RayTech. Visit www.raymarine.com to learn how to upgrade.
A range of extension cables are available. For more details, go to www.raymarine.com
Radar Navigation Aids Instruments Autopilots Fishfinders Communications Software Systems
RayNav 300 & Raychart 320
Satellite Differential GPS for the ultimate in position accuracy.
Raynav 300 Compact Satellite Differential GPS Navigator
The Raynav 300 is a compact fixed mount GPS navigator with a long list of standard features combined with the extreme accuracy of Satellite Differential GPS. The bright FSTN LCD features extra large characters for easy viewing while the intuitive Pathfinder user interface delivers easy access to frequently used functions. A built-in 12 channel receiver and an active external antenna produce precision SDGPS accuracy (less than 3 meters) for reliable navigation. An extremely versatile device, the Raynav 300 networks seamlessly with other Raymarine equipment and also serves as a repeater for SeaTalk and NMEA information. Flexible waypoint and route management with Loran TD (time difference) input. Second station ready with master/repeater selection. 19
Raychart 320 Compact Satellite Differential GPS Charting System
The Raychart 320 GPS system incorporates all the powerful features of the Raynav 300 plus advanced electronic charting with built in worldwide planning chart detail down to six nautical miles and support for 2 C-MAP NT or NT+ chart cartridges.
Other features include:
Chart rotation, head up, course up and north up orientations. Saving waypoints and routes to C-MAP data cards. Custom chart feature for one-touch access to chart layers. On-screen cursor for easy waypoint and route planning.
Satellite differential GPS sensor (top) with the C-MAP NT+ electronic charts (center) and installed in Raychart 320 (bottom).
Other advanced features include:
Visual Bearing Distance Indicator (BDI) and Course Deviation Indicator (CDI) waypoint displays. SmartRoute automatic route and waypoint building from previous tracks. Waypoint and route sharing via SeaTalk.
Technical Specifications see page
Raychart 425 and powerful Satellite Differential fast, accurate
The Raychart 425 chartplotter is the ideal choice for boaters who want ease-of-use and pinpoint accuracy but dont have a lot of console space. Utilizing a 6 high-contrast LCD with Navionics cartography, it provides tremendous detail and fits perfectly on any console. The Raychart 425 comes packaged with Raymarines Raystar 120 Satellite Differential GPS sensor* which is accurate down to three meters with WAAS** reception. This compact performer is perfect for any boater or fisherman who needs accuracy and repeatability along with Raymarine reliability.
Raychart 425 features
Uses the latest Navionics cartography, including the all new XL charts, with port services, current and tide information. Smart Route automatic route building feature. Smooth chart scrolling and panning with super fast chart redraw. North up, course up or head up modes. Auto zoom function ensures vessel and destination remain in view. Sunrise and sunset prediction.
*For receiver specifications, please refer to the Raystar 120 on page 65. **The use of WAAS is currently only recommended in US and Canadian waters. European and the rest of the world satellite differential coverage will be supplied via the EGNOS and MSAS systems that are under development. For more details, please visit www.raymarine.com
Full screen CDI (course deviation indicator) graphics guide you to your waypoint.
Essential navigation data is clearly displayed in one of three information pages.
Route building is easy with the Raychart 425s intuitive user interface.
The Raychart 425 offers easy access to 500 waypoints using the waypoint list.
Raystar 120 Satellite Differential technology for the ultimate
in positioning accuracy.
The intelligent Raystar 120 GPS receiver/antenna connects to any Raychart display, hsb2 or SeaTalk network for precision SDGPS accuracy (to less than 3 meters)*. SeaTalk compatibility allows GPS data to be shared instantly by every device on the SeaTalk bus. A NMEA 0183 compatible Raystar 120 is also available adding SDGPS accuracy to NMEA compatible devices.
Satellite Differential GPS technology the ultimate in positioning accuracy.
Developed for precision approach landings in the aviation industry, SDGPS receiver technology was first introduced into the recreational marine industry by Raymarine and is now incorporated into every GPS receiver we build. The Satellite Differential WAAS system consists of a network of ground-based stations and geo-stationary satellites that improve conventional GPS signals via an augmented differential GPS broadcast. With Raymarine GPS receivers, accuracy is better than 3 meters thanks to Satellite Differential and our advanced 12channel SDGPS receiver.
Global Satellite Differential GPS Coverage
WAAS has been operational for marine applications since August 2000, providing extended coverage exceeding current DGPS systems. Similar to WAAS, Europe is developing the EGNOS GPS system. An Asia-based system, MSAS, is also under development. Once these developments are complete, worldwide SDGPS will be available.
*The WAAS system is presently broadcasting and being tested for aviation use. It is expected to be certified by the FAA in the near future. During the testing and certification period, continuous service is expected, however, brief signal outages may occur as refinements and upgrades are made to the system. For more information including links to the WAAS system status please visit www.raymarine.com
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