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ST30 Round Bidata Owners Handbook
Document number: 81075_4 Date: 1st April 2001
Copyright Raymarine Limited 2001
Although your ST30 instrument is designed to give accurate and reliable performance, it should serve only as an aid to navigation and should never lead to the erosion of good seamanship. Always maintain a permanent watch and be aware of situations as they develop.
All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the leisure 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.
To the best of our knowledge, the information in this handbook was correct when it went to press. However, the Raymarine policy of continuous product improvement may change product specifications without notice. Consequently, unavoidable differences may occur between the product and the handbook from time to time, for which Raymarine cannot accept liability.
Important information... i WARNING... i EMC conformance... i Handbook information.. i Preface.... vii Parts supplied... viii Chapter 1: Operation... 1 1.1 Introduction... 1 1.2 Depth key functions.. 2 Water depth... 2 Shallow alarm.. 2 Adjusting shallow depth.. 2 Silencing the shallow alarms.. 3 Turning shallow alarm ON and OFF. 3 Offset... 3 Default display.. 3 Loss of signal.. 3 1.3 Speed key functions.. 4 Speed... 4 Trip distance... 4 Resetting Trip Distance... 4 Ships log... 4 1.4 LCD illumination... 5 Chapter 2: Maintenance and Fault Finding. 7 2.1 Maintenance... 7 Servicing and safety.. 7 Cleaning the instrument.. 7
Condensation... 7 Cables... 8 2.2 Fault finding... 8 Chapter 3: Installation... 9 3.1 Introduction... 9 EMC installation guidelines.. 9 Suppression ferrites... 10 Connections to Other Equipment.. 10 3.2 Installing the instrument.. 10 3.3 Connecting the power supply direct. 12 3.4 Power via SeaTalk... 13 3.5 Adding an independent lighting switch. 13 3.6 Installing the Biducer transducer.. 14 Cable connections... 14 3.7 Calibration requirement.. 14 Chapter 4: Calibration.. 15 4.1 Introduction... 15 EMC conformance.. 15 4.2 Basic calibration.. 15 Offset entry... 16 Depth units... 17 Speed and log units... 17 Log calibration... 17 Procedure... 18 Exiting basic calibration.. 18 4.2 Intermediate calibration.. 18 Software version... 19 Repeater... 19 Saving intermediate calibration.. 19
Exit intermediate calibration without saving. 19 Default display... 20 4.3 Extended calibration.. 20 Calibration... 21 Boat show... 21 Depth and speed damping... 21 Saving extended calibration.. 21 Exit extended calibration without saving. 21 Specification... 23
Thank you for purchasing a Raymarine product. We are sure your ST30 instrument will give you many years of trouble-free operation. This instrument is designed to provide reliable performance, even under the most demanding conditions.
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ST30 Round Bidata instrument
Display bezel (1 black & 1 grey supplied)
2 m (6.5 ft) power cable
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Owner's Handbook Warranty document and fitting template included in Handbook
Notes: The items shown are supplied for an ST30 Round Bidata system. If an instrument is purchased separately, a transducer is not included. If any item is not present, contact your Raymarine Dealer. If the ST30 Round Bitata is to be flush mounted, do not fit a display bezel.
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Thumb nuts (x2) Fixing studs (x2)
"C" bracket Biducer
ST30 Round Bidata Owner's Handbook
Worldwide Service Centre Handbook
Chapter 1: Operation
The ST30 Round Bidata instrument is designed for the powerboat market, and displays speed and depth information simultaneously on a split LCD. The Bidata can also display trip and log distances, sound a user-defined shallow alarm, and function as a repeater. The instrument can be surface or flush mounted and fits the standard 85.7 mm (3 3/8 inch) diameter facia apertures, common on many sports boats. The Bidata uses an easy-to-install transom mount transducer (Biducer) combining both speed and depth elements in a single housing. If the Bidata is used in conjunction with a SeaTalk autopilot, the speed input provided by the instrument enhances the pilot's steering performance.
The operating procedures are presented as a combination of flow charts and text. Unless otherwise stated, the illustrated key presses are momentary. The Bidata can display depth and speed information in metric and imperial units. These are set during basic calibration (see Chapter 4, Calibration).
1.2 Depth key functions
The following flow chart shows the depth key functions.
Depth is displayed in feet (0 to 400 ft) or metres (0 to 120 m).
The shallow alarm displays the depth (feet or metres) at which point audible and visual alarms will be triggered. These alarms can be silenced by pressing the speed or depth key.
Adjusting shallow depth
1. From the shallow depth alarm display, press depth and speed together momentarily to display CAL. 2. Press depth and speed together again momentarily to enter edit mode (+ and - displayed). 3. Press depth to increase and speed to reduce the displayed value. 4. Press and hold depth and speed together for 2 seconds, to exit edit mode and save the new value.
Silencing the shallow alarms
Press speed or depth to silence the audible alarm for a period of two minutes. If, after 2 minutes, the water depth is still below the alarm setting, the alarm will be activated again. Note: When the audible alarm is silenced the alarm icon continues to flash.
Turning shallow alarm ON and OFF
1. Ensure the shallow alarm screen is displayed. 2. Press depth and speed together momentarily to enter CAL mode. 3. Press depth to switch the alarm ON or OFF. 4. Press depth and speed together for 2 seconds to exit CAL mode.
This is the distance (feet or metres) from the Biducer to the bottom of the hull or to the waterline, which can be a positive (+) or negative (-) value.
The depth display will always default back to water depth 8 seconds after the last key press.
Loss of signal
If there are no depth echoes for 10 seconds, the feet/metres legend flashes and the last recorded depth is displayed until a new echo is received.
1.3 Speed key functions
The following flow chart shows the speed key functions.
The speed display can be either knots (Kts), miles per hour (Mph), or kilometres per hour (Kph).
Trip is the distance covered between power on and power off. This can be nautical miles (NM), kilometres (KM), or statute miles (SM).
Resetting Trip Distance
Press and hold the speed key until the trip distance is zeroed - distance flashes after 1 second and during the resetting process.
When this value exceeds 999 NM, SM, or KM, the Bidata displays the log as thousands (th) and, after 3 seconds, hundreds, tens, and units. For example, 1525 nm would be displayed as 1th then 525.
1.4 LCD illumination
1 second High (L3)
The Bidata has four illumination settings, off, low (L1), medium (L2), and high (L3). The Bidata automatically returns to normal operation 5 seconds after the last key press. If the shallow depth alarm is activated the illumination display is ignored.
Chapter 2: Maintenance and Faultfinding
Chapter 2: Maintenance and Fault Finding
Servicing and safety
Raymarine equipment should be serviced only by authorised 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 up, 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 minimise 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). 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.
Cleaning the instrument
Periodically clean the instrument should be cleaned with a soft, damp cloth. Do NOT use chemical or abrasive materials.
Certain atmospheric conditions may cause a small amount of condensation to form on the instrument window. This will not harm the instrument and will clear after the instrument has been switched on for a short period.
Periodically examine the SeaTalk, Biducer, and power cables for evidence of damage to the outer shield, and if necessary, replace with genuine Raymarine cables.
2.2 Fault finding
If you appear to have a problem with your Bidata unit, please refer to this table before contacting your Raymarine Dealer. Fault
Poor power cable connection or cable damaged. Check the circuit breaker/fuse.
No speed information
Biducer paddlewheel obstructed. Poor Biducer cable connection or cable damaged.
No depth information
Aerated water, boat wakes or propeller wash. Normal operation will return once you are clear of the disturbed water. Poor Biducer cable connection or cable damaged.
Speed/log information inaccurate Unable to enter basic and intermediate calibration Feet/metres display flashes. continuously
Log calibration has not been carried out (see Chapter 4). Calibration is set to off (see Chapter 4). Poor Biducer cable connection or cable damaged.
Chapter 3: Installation
Please read this chapter thoroughly before attempting to install the instrument and transducer. Always use genuine Raymarine cables. The use of unapproved/inferior cables, for which Raymarine cannot be held liable, could affect the performance of the Bidata and other instruments on the SeaTalk bus. The Bidata may be flush mounted by installing the instrument from behind the instrument panel. The display bezel must not be assembled to the instrument if the Bidata is to be flush mounted.
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 recognised 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.
The equipment is supplied from a separate battery from that used for engine start. Voltage drops below 10 V in the power supply to our products, and starter motor transients, can cause the equipment to reset. This will not damage the equipment, but may cause the loss of some information and may change the operating mode. Raymarine specified cables are used at all times. Cutting and rejoining these cables can compromise EMC performance and so must be avoided unless doing so is detailed in the installation manual. If a suppression ferrite is attached to a cable, this ferrite should not be removed. If the ferrite needs to be removed during installation it must be reassembled in the same position.
The following illustration shows typical cable suppression ferrites fitted to Raymarine equipment. Always use the ferrites supplied by Raymarine.
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 fitted to the cable close to the Raymarine unit.
3.2 Installing the instrument
When selecting a location for the Bidata instrument, ensure that: It is at least 230 mm (9 in) from a compass It is at least 500 mm (20 in) from radio receiving equipment There is sufficient clearance behind the bulkhead to house the rear of the instrument, fixing studs, C bracket, and SeaTalk cables.
84.4 mm (3.32 in)
17 mm (0.67 in) 89.1 mm (3.5 in) 94.15 mm (3.7 in) 37.5 mm (1.47 in) 54.5 mm (2.15 in)
Where it is necessary to cut holes (e.g. for cable routing and instrument mounting), ensure that these will not cause a hazard by weakening critical parts of the vessels structure. If in doubt, seek advice from a reputable boat builder. 1. If appropriate, use the template provided near the back of this book to mark the intended location of the Bidata instrument. 2. Use a tank cutter to machine an 85 mm (3 3/8 in) clearance hole for the instrument. Note: If you do not wish to use a tank cutter, the hole can be machined using a hole saw and a file.
2. Remove any burrs from the aperture.
94.15 mm (3.7 in)
3. Pass the SeaTalk and transducer cables through the seal. Plug these cables into appropriate instrument ports. 4. Secure the instrument using the fixing studs, C bracket, and thumb nuts as shown.
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3.3 Connecting the power supply direct
Ensure that the power supply is protected by a 5 A fuse or circuit breaker. 1. Plug the 2 m (6 ft) power cable into one of the SeaTalk ports. 2. Connect the red wire to 12 V (+) and the screen to 0 V (-). Protect the circuit with a 5 A fuse/circuit breaker.
3.4 Power via SeaTalk
Ensure that the power supply is protected by a 5 A fuse or circuit breaker. If the Bidata is to be used with other SeaTalk instruments, the power supply is passed from instrument to instrument via the daisy loom cable as shown.
3.5 Adding an independent lighting switch
When the Bidata is part of a SeaTalk system the lighting is controlled from the keypad or from another SeaTalk instrument on the bus. If you have an independent lighting switch, this can be connected to the terminal so that the Bidata lighting can be switched with your existing equipment.
1 Power cable 2 Lamp connection to instrument panel
3.6 Installing the Biducer transducer
The ST30 Round Bidata is supplied with a combined speed and depth transducer (Biducer). This should be installed in accordance with the instructions provided.
The cable from the Biducer consists of five cores which should be connected to the Bidata as follows: Cable colour
Green Screen Red Blue Black
Green SPEED Grey SPEED Red SPEED Blue DEPTH Black DEPTH
3.7 Calibration requirement
Once installation is complete and before you use your instrument, carry out the calibration procedures detailed in Chapter 4, Calibration.
Chapter 4: Calibration
This chapter describes how to set and adjust features contained in the basic, intermediate, and extended calibration menus. The calibration procedures must be carried out before the equipment is used operationally, to optimise the performance of the instrument with the vessel. All key presses are momentary unless otherwise stated.
Always check the installation before going to sea to make sure that it is not affected by radio transmissions, engine starting etc.
4.2 Basic calibration
Use the following flow chart to carry out basic calibration.
bidata depth speed depth speed
CAL d OFFSET d DEPTH UNITS d LOG UNITS d LOG CALIBRATION
If CAL OFF is displayed, press depth or speed to return to normal operation then use the Extended calibration procedure to turn on basic calibration.
This option is used to select whether the displayed water depth is from the surface or below the Biducer. Set a 0 (zero) offset, to give the depth from the transducer to the seabed. Set a negative offset, to give the depth from the keel to the seabed. Set a positive offset, to give the depth from the waterline to the seabed. 1. At the OFFSET display, press depth and speed together momentarily to enter edit mode.
2. Use the depth key to increase or speed to decrease the displayed offset. 3. Press depth and speed together momentarily to exit edit mode.
Actual Water Depth
The available depth units are metres or feet. These units are toggled with the depth or speed key.
Speed and log units
The available speed and log units are Kmh, Mph, Kts, SM and NM. These units are toggled with the depth or speed key.
To ensure correct speed and log values are displayed, a correction factor must be entered at the log display. The correction factor = Charted distance Average Distance. The charted distance is the distance between two charted objects. Ideally, this should be about 1 nm.
1. With the trip display active, motor from point 1 to point 2 and record the distance displayed by the Bidata. 2. Motor from point 2 to point 1 and record the displayed distance. 3. Add the recorded distances together and then divide by two to obtain the average. 4. At the LOG calibration display, press depth and speed together momentarily to enter edit mode. 5. Enter the correction factor (charted distance divided by the average) using the depth key to increase the displayed value and speed to decrease the value. 6. Press depth and speed together momentarily to exit edit mode.
Exiting basic calibration
Press and hold depth and speed together for 2 seconds.
4.2 Intermediate calibration
Use the following flow chart to carry out intermediate calibration.
VERSION d REPEATER
Displays the Bidata software version.
The Bidata can be used as a master instrument connected directly to the transducer, or, alternatively, as a repeating unit displaying speed and depth information from another instrument. Press speed to toggle between MASTER (R0) and REPEATER (R1) operating modes. In repeater mode: You cannot enter basic calibration. You cannot view or adjust alarms or offsets, or carry out log calibration.
Saving intermediate calibration
Press and hold depth and speed for 2 seconds.
Exit intermediate calibration without saving
Press depth and speed together momentarily.
The Bidata returns to normal operation 8 seconds after the last key press.
4.3 Extended calibration
Use the following flow chart to carry out extended calibration. The extended calibration features illustrated below are cycled using the depth key.
CALIBRATION d BOAT SHOW d DEPTH DAMPING d SPEED DAMPING
This screen controls access to basic calibration, to protect the settings from accidentally being changed. Use the speed key (toggle action) to select the required setting: CAL ON (1) or CAL OFF (0).
This is a simulation program for dealer use only: 1 = ON and 0 = OFF.
Depth and speed damping
Damping controls the rate at which the displayed data is updated. The selectable range, adjusted using the speed key, is between 1 and 15, with 1 providing a rapid update and 15 a slow but smooth display update.
Saving extended calibration
Exit extended calibration without saving
Chapter 6: Specification
Voltage range: Size: Depth range: Speed range: Trip: Log: Shallow alarm: Depth offset: Illumination: Operating modes: Transducer type: 10 V to 16.5 V maximum (12 V nominal) 94.15 mm x 54.5 mm 0 to 120 metres 0 to 400 feet 0 to 99.9 knots, mph, or kph 0 to 999 nm, sm, or km 0 to 5999 nm, sm, or km 3 to 33 feet 1 to 10 metres -9.9 to + 9.9 feet -4.0 to + 4.0 metres 3 levels via SeaTalk Single level via 12 V switch Master or repeater Transom mount Biducer
ST30 Round Bidata Template
Cut out shaded area only
Cut hole to 86 mm (33/8 in) diameter (max.)
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Limited Warranty Certificate
Raymarine warrants each new Light Marine/Dealer Distributor Product to be of good materials and workmanship, and will repair or exchange any parts proven to be defective in material and workmanship under normal use for a period of 2 years/24 months from date of sale to end user, except as provided below. Defects will be corrected by Raymarine or an authorized Raymarine dealer. Raymarine will, except as provided below, accept labor cost for a period of 2 years/24 months from the date of sale to end user. During this period, except for certain products, travel costs (auto mileage and tolls) up to 100 round trip highway miles (160 kilometres) and travel time of 2 hours, will be assumed by Raymarine only on products where proof of installation or commission by authorized service agents, can be shown.
Raymarine Warranty policy does not apply to equipment which has been subjected to accident, abuse or misuse, shipping damage, alterations, corrosion, incorrect and/or non-authorized service, or equipment on which the serial number has been altered, mutilated or removed. Except where Raymarine or its authorized dealer has performed the installation, it assumes no responsibility for damage incurred during installation. This Warranty does not cover routine system checkouts or alignment/calibration, unless required by replacement of part(s) in the area being aligned. A suitable proof of purchase, showing date, place, and serial number must be made available to Raymarine or authorized service agent at the time of request for Warranty service. Consumable items, (such as: Chart paper, lamps, fuses, batteries, styli, stylus/drive belts, radar mixer crystals/diodes, snap-in impeller carriers, impellers, impeller bearings, and impeller shaft) are specifically excluded from this Warranty. Magnetrons, Cathode Ray Tubes (CRT), TFT Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) and cold cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFL), hailer horns and transducers are warranted for 1 year/12 months from date of sale. These items must be returned to a Raymarine facility. All costs associated with transducer replacement, other than the cost of the transducer itself, are specifically excluded from this Warranty. Overtime premium labor portion of services outside of normal working hours is not covered by this Warranty. Travel cost allowance on certain products with a suggested retail price below $2500.00 is not authorized. When/or if repairs are necessary, these products must be forwarded to a Raymarine facility or an authorized dealer at owners expense will be returned via surface carrier at no cost to the owner. Travel costs other than auto mileage, tolls and two (2) hours travel time, are specifically excluded on all products. Travel costs which are excluded from the coverage of this Warranty include but are not limited to: taxi, launch fees, aircraft rental, subsistence, customs, shipping and communication charges etc. Travel costs, mileage and time, in excess to that allowed must have prior approval in writing. TO THE EXTENT CONSISTENT WITH STATE AND FEDERAL LAW: (1) THIS WARRANTY IS STRICTLY LIMITED TO THE TERMS INDICATED HEREIN, AND NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR REMEDIES SHALL BE BINDING ON RAYMARINE INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABLE OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. (2) Raymarine shall not be liable for any incidental, consequential or special (including punitive or multiple) damages. All Raymarine products sold or provided hereunder 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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BIDATA Operation and Installation
Nautech Limited, Anchorage Park, Portsmouth P03 5TD, England Telephone (0705) 693611. Fax (0705) 694642
ST30 Bidata Operation and Installation Handbook
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Autohelm and SeaTalk are registered Trade Marks of Nautech Limited Autohelms policy of continuous improvement and updating may change product specifications without prior notice Copyright Nautech 1992
The following items are included in the ST30 Bidata package: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. ST30 Bidata instrument Fixing studs (2 off) Thumb nuts (2 off) Mounting template 1m power cable Depth transducer (through hull) with 10m cable and 1/8in spade connectors Speed transducer (through hull) with 10m cable and 1/8in spade connectors (0 to 32 knots) Instrument cover Operation and installation handbook
10. High speed paddle wheel (2 to 45 knots) 11. Daisy-chain cable
DEPTH SPEED RESET
ST30 INSTRUMENT MOUNTING TEMPLATE
2-HOLES DRILL 5mm (.197" ) DIA
1-HOLE DRILL 60.3mm ( 2,3/8" ) DIA
Introduction... 5 Chapter 1: Control Head Installation.. 7 1.1 Siting.... 7 1.2 Mounting procedure... 8 1.3 Power supply (Stand-alone operation). 9 1.4 Power supply (SeaTalk system).. 9 1.5 Connection to adjacent ST30 instruments.. 10 Chapter 2: Transducer Installation. 11 2.1 Connection to instrument.. 11 2.2 Transducer type... 11 Depth... 12 Speed... 12 Speed and depth... 12 2.3 Paddlewheel replacement... 13 2.4 Installation... 14 Speed transducer (through hull).. 14 Siting of depth transducer (Standard through hull). 15 2.5 Cabling.. 15 Chapter 3: Fault Finding... 18 Chapter 4: Maintenance... 20 4.1 Instrument... 20 4.2 Transducer.. 20 4.3 Cabling.. 20 4.4 Advice... 20 Chapter 5: Operation.. 21 5.1 Depth Key... 21 5.2 Speed Key.. 22 5.3 Light Key... 24 5.4 Alarms... 24 Loss of signal... 24 Chapter 6: Calibration... 25 6.1 Depth calibration... 25 Units selection depth.. 26 Shallow alarm... 26 Deep alarm... 27 Offset... 29 Exit depth calibration... 30
6.2 Speed calibration... 31 Units selection speed.. 31 Units selection log... 32 Exit calibration.. 32 Log calibration.. 33 Enter correction factor (CF).. 34 6.3 Calibration Lock/Unlock.. 35 6.4 Master/Repeater mode.. 37 Chapter 7: Specification.. 39
Designed for above or below deck installation, the ST30 Bidata can be used as a stand-alone master instrument or set to repeat depth and speed information from the SeaTalk bus. The ST30 Bidata will display the following information: Water depth Shallow water alarm Deep water alarm Keel/Waterline offset Minimum depth Boat speed Log Trip Maximum speed Average boat speed Illumination level
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Chapter 1: Control Head Installation
42mm (1.65in) 24mm (1.00in)
The ST30 Bidata instrument may be installed above or below deck where it is: easily read by the helmsman (normally viewed at eye level) protected from physical damage at least 230mm (9in) from a compass at least 500mm (20in) from radio receiving equipment accessible from behind for ease of installation and cable running
Notes: To prevent the build-up of moisture, the instrument breathes through the back cover. The instrument must, therefore, be mounted where the back cover is protected from direct water.
The rear case is fitted with a foam gasket to form a water-tight seal between the instrument and the installation face.
1.2 Mounting procedure
1 Instrument 2 Fixing studs 3 Thumb nuts 4 Sealing gasket 5 Depth transducer cable 6 Speed transducer cable
Make sure the surface to which the instrument (1) is to be mounted is smooth and flat. Use the fitting template (supplied) to mark the centres for the two fixing holes and the instrument connector boss.
Note: To allow for the fitting of protective covers, adjacent instruments must have a 6mm (1/4in) gap between them (116mm centre to centre min.).
3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Drill two 5mm (0.2in) diameter holes for the fixing studs (2). Using a 60mm (2 3/8in) diameter cutter, drill a location hole for the instrument connector boss. Connect the power supply and transducer cables to the back of the instrument (1) (see relevant installation sections). Screw the two fixing studs (2) into the back cover. Install the instrument (1) and secure with the thumb nuts (3) provided.
1.3 Power supply (Stand-alone operation)
Caution: The ST30 Bidata must be connected to a 12V supply only.
For stand-alone operation, use the standard 1m cable supplied. 1. Connect the moulded power plug to either 'SeaTalk' connection on the rear of the instrument. Run the free end back to the vessel's distribution panel. Cut the cable to length and connect the red wire to 12V and the screen to 0V. Protect the circuit with a 5A fuse/circuit breaker.
1.4 Power supply (SeaTalk system)
The ST30 Bidata can be connected to an existing SeaTalk system using a Standard SeaTalk Extension or Interface Cable.
Power Extension Cable
1.5 Connection to adjacent ST30 Instruments
The ST30 Bidata is supplied with a daisy-chain cable that allows adjacent ST30 instruments to be linked together. The daisy-chain cable supplies power to adjacent instruments and allows data to be transmitted and received via the SeaTalk bus. The daisy-chain cable plugs into one of the SeaTalk ports on the back cover.
Chapter 2: Transducer Installation
2.1 Connection to instrument
The depth and speed transducers are supplied with 10m (32.5ft) of cable. These cables are fitted with female spade connectors that plug directly into the back of the ST30 Bidata instrument.
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2.2 Transducer type
The ST30 Bidata system is supplied (as standard) with plastic through hull transducers. These are suitable for use with Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP), Steel and Aluminium hulls. Alternative transducers are available for wooden hull and transom mount installations.
Hull material or location Transducer
GRP, Steel, Aluminium Standard through hull Wood Bronze (Z118)
GRP, Steel, Aluminium Retractable depth (Z120) In hull In hull puck (Z117)
Hull material or location Boat speed Transducer Standard through hull Standard and high speed paddle Bronze (Z116) Transom mount with bracket (Z119)
GRP, Steel, Aluminium Up to 32kts GRP, Steel, Aluminium Up to 45kts Wood Transom Up to 45kts Up to 60kts
Speed and depth
Hull material or location Transom Transducer Biducer (Z183)
Caution: Plastic through hull transducers must not be used on vessels with wooden hulls.
Note: The ST30 Speed transducers are fitted with standard paddlewheels designed for speeds up to 32 knots. For vessels that will exceed this speed, please refer to section 2.3 which contains instructions on how to fit the high speed paddlewheel (supplied).
2.3 Paddlewheel replacement
If the high speed paddlewheel (supplied) is to be fitted, or the existing paddlewheel to be replaced, proceed as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Remove the retaining rings (1) and pin (6) from the speed transducer (3). Withdraw the speed transducer (3) from the through hull fitting (4). If replacing a worn paddlewheel and if the vessel is still in the water, replace the speed transducer (3) with the plug (5). Remove the pin (6) that retains the paddlewheel (7) in the speed transducer (3). This is a simple press fit into the transducer housing. Fit the high speed/replacement paddlewheel (7) to the speed transducer (3) and retain with the pin (6).
Note: The paddlewheel is correctly orientated when the working (flat) surfaces of each paddle are facing forwards.
6. Assemble the speed transducer (3) to the through hull fitting (4) and secure with the retaining rings (1) and pin (2).
The depth and speed transducers are supplied with detailed installation and maintenance instructions. These instructions, together with following notes, should be read thoroughly before attempting to install the transducers.
Speed transducer (through hull)
For accurate speed readings, locate the speed transducer in the shaded ''clear flow' areas as shown.
The transducer should also be: ahead of propellers (10% W.L. length minimum) at least 150mm (6in) from the keel (with sailing yachts siting should be forward of the keel) near the centreline of the vessel clear of other through hull fittings or projections have sufficient clearance inside the hull to allow the nut to be fitted have 100mm (4in) clearance above the through hull fitting for withdrawal
Note: The speed transducer can, if required, be shortened. However, new 1/8in spade connectors must be crimped to the shortened cable.
Siting of depth transducer (Standard through hull)
The depth transducer must be vertical to within 10, forward, aft and athwart ships.
Run the transducer cable back to the instrument. Avoid fluorescent lights, engines, radio transmitting equipment and, in the case of the depth transducer, avoid the speed transducer cable. The cables should also be kept clear of the bilges and be secured at regular intervals.
Note: The depth transducer cable must not be shortened. Shortening of the cable will affect the performance of the transducer. For further information, please contact Autohelm or an authorised Autohelm agent.
If any of the following transducers are to be used; Bronze through hull depth (Z118) In hull puck (Z117) Retractable depth (Z120) Bronze through hull speed (Z116) Transom mount speed (Z119) Bronze through hull triducer (Z093) Transom mount Biducer (Z183) the following modification must be carried out to the transducer leads. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Using a pair of wire cutters, remove the moulded plug from the end of cable. Strip the outer cable back 38mm (1.5in) Using a pair of cable strippers, remove 10mm (3/8in) of insulation from each wire. Using a suitable crimping tool, attach a 1/8in spade connector (supplied) to each of the wires. Connect the wires to the instrument in accordance with the following table.
Colour coding (cable to unit) Blue red terminal Black & screen white terminal Blue red terminal Black & screen white terminal Blue red terminal Black & screen white terminal Brown & white cut back Green green terminal Screen white terminal Red red terminal As above
Transducer type Bronze through hull (Z118) In-hull puck (Z117)
Retractable depth (Z120) Bronze through hull speed (Z116)
Transom mount speed (Z119)
Transducer type Bronze through hull triducer (Z093)
Colour coding (cable to unit) Brown & white cut back Red red speed terminal Screen white speed terminal Green green speed terminal Blue red depth terminal Black & screen white depth terminal Red red speed terminal Screen white speed terminal Green green speed terminal Blue red depth terminal Black & screen white depth terminal
Chapter 3: Fault Finding
All Autohelm products are, prior to packing and shipping, subject to comprehensive test and quality assurance programmes. However, in the unlikely event that a fault does occur with the ST30 Bidata, the following table will help to identify the probable cause and provide the most likely cure.
Fault Cause Action
Instrument display blank
No supply to instrument
Check supply Check cabling and security of connectors Check circuit breaker Return ST30 Bidata for repair
No speed information
Transducer cable problem Transducer fouled
Check transducer connections Clean paddlewheel Depth reading will return to normal once clear of disturbed water Check transducer connections Calibrate unit as described in the Log Calibration section Check cabling and security of transducer connector Check security of SeaTalk connectors Remove instruments one by one to isolate faulty unit
No depth information
Aereated water, boat wakes or propeller wash
Transducer cable problem Speed/log information inaccurate Feet/metres display flashes continuously No exchange of information between SeaTalk instruments Unit not calibrated correctly Transducer cable or connector fault SeaTalk cabling or connector problem
Failure of a group of Cabling or connector instruments in a chain problem
Check the security of the connectors between functioning and non-functioning instruments Refer to Calibration lock/unlock section
Unable to enter calibration
Note: After installation, poor performance may be experienced if the surface of the depth transducer has not been 'wetted'. Wetting can take up to 24 hours under normal conditions. The transducer can be wetted prior to launch by applying a mild detergent to the external face.
Chapter 4: Maintenance
Atmospheric conditions may cause condensation to appear on the instrument window. This will not harm the instrument and can be cleared by increasing the illumination setting to level 3. Chemical and abrasive materials must not be used to clean the ST30 Bidata instrument; if the instrument is dirty, clean with a soft, damp cloth.
Refer to the Installation and Maintenance instructions supplied with the transducers.
Examine cables for chafing or damage to the outer shield and, where necessary, replace and re-secure.
For advice, or further information regarding installation of this product, please contact the Autohelm Product Support Department or your own National Distributor.
Chapter 5: Operation
The ST30 Bidata is set in the factory to: display depth in feet display speed in knots operate with the depth alarms switched off operate in Master mode These settings can be changed in calibration (section 6.1). When the ST30 Bidata is switched on, depth information (upper display) and speed information (lower display) is shown in the units set up in calibration.
Note: The trend arrows (v) decreasing (w) increasing, shown in the above display, indicate whether the trend is towards deep or shallow water.
5.1 Depth Key
Each press of Depth cycles the following menu: Shallow alarm
A further press of Depth will return the unit to current Depth. The above menu will automatically return to current Depth after 8 seconds if there are no further key commands.
5.2 Speed Key
Each press of Speed cycles the following menu: Trip Distance
A further press of Speed will return the unit to current boat speed.
Note: Log distances over 999nm or miles are displayed in thousands, hundreds and tens (e.g., 1th 510nm).
5.3 Light Key
Cycles the level of instrument illumination. There are 3 levels with level 3 the brightest.
The display returns to current speed after 8 seconds or when speed key is pressed.
Note: When the ST30 Bidata is used in a SeaTalk system, illumination may be adjusted from any instrument.
The ST30 Bidata is equipped with visual and audible shallow water and deep water alarms. Both of these alarms are set in calibration (see section 6.1). Any button press will silence the 'Shallow' alarm. However, the 'Shallow' indicator will continue to flash until the depth exceeds the alarm value. The 'Deep' alarm sounds when the 'Deep' setting is crossed either when going from shallow to deep or deep to shallow waters. Any button press will silence the alarm.
Loss of signal
The 'feet or metres' legend flashes whenever the depth signal is lost.
Chapter 6: Calibration
6.1 Depth calibration
The ST30 Bidata can be programmed to display depth information in feet or metres, set alarms for shallow and deep water and allow for keel or waterline offsets. To select the calibration menu, press and hold seconds the display will show CAL. and Depth. After 2
Each press of Depth will cycle the unit through the depth calibration menu.
Units selection depth
1. Cycle Depth until the display shows feet or metres.
Select feet or metres, as required, using Reset.
1. Cycle Depth until the 'Shallow' alarm is displayed.
Press Reset or
to set the required depth.
The Shallow Alarm is enabled by pressing Speed. When the alarm is on the 'Alarm' legend is displayed.
DEPTH Alarm SPEED
1. Cycle Depth until 'Deep' alarm is displayed.
The 'Deep' alarm is enabled by pressing Speed. When the alarm is on the 'Alarm' legend is displayed.
The instrument measures the water depth below the transducer. To display water depth below the keel or to the surface an offset must be set up. A negative offset is used to reduce the displayed value to give water depth below the keel. A positive offset will give water depth to the surface.
Keel Offset Actual Water Depth
Depth Below Transducer
Depth Below Keel
Actual Water Depth Depth Below Transducer Waterline Offset
Press Depth until 'Offset' is selected.
until the required offset is displayed.
Exit depth calibration
To exit depth calibration and return to depth mode, press and hold Depth for 2 seconds. and
6.2 Speed calibration
The ST30 Bidata can be set to display speed in knots or mph and trip and total distance in nm or miles. The most important speed calibration feature is Log Calibration; this calibrates the transducer paddlewheel to the vessel's hull so that accurate speed/log related information is displayed. Press and hold and Depth for 2 seconds until CAL is displayed.
Units selection speed
1. Cycle Speed until knots or mph is displayed.
Press Reset to change between knots and mph.
Units selection log
1. Cycle Speed until the display shows nm or miles.
Press Reset to select nm or miles.
Press and hold and Depth for 2 seconds.
The ST30 Bidata should not be used for navigational purposes until the transducer paddlewheel has been calibrated to suit the characteristics of the vessel. This is a simple operation and is carried out as follows: 1. Choose two charted points that are approximately 1nm apart.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Choosing a time when the tidal flow is at a minimum, go from point 1 to point 2 and record the ST30 Bidata trip distance. Go from point 2 to point 1 and record the trip distance. Add the two distances together and divide by two to obtain an average distance. Measure the distance between the two points on a chart. The correction factor (CF) can now be calculated. CF = Charted Distance Average Distance
Enter correction factor (CF)
1. Press and hold show CAL. and Depth. After 2 seconds the display will
Press Speed 3 times to select 'Log Calibration'.
Set the calculated correction factor (CF) using Reset or
To exit calibration and return to 'Speed and Depth' mode, press and hold and Depth for 2 seconds.
6.3 Calibration Lock/Unlock
The lock/unlock feature removes the risk of accidentally changing the calibration values set for log calibration, shallow alarm etc. For security, the calibration lock/unlock feature is accessed by an extended hold down of and Depth as follows; 1. Press and Depth for 14 seconds until CAL is displayed for the second time.
Press Speed and Reset momentarily
Calibration Lock/Unlock is switched on or off using Reset.
C0 = Calibration Locked, i.e. no access C1 = Calibration Unlocked, i.e. normal access 4. To exit 'Calibration Lock/Unlock', press and hold seconds. and Depth for 2
6.4 Master/Repeater mode
As it leaves the factory, the ST30 Bidata is set to operate in master mode. In this mode the instrument is connected to speed and depth transducers, and transmits data onto the SeaTalk Bus. The Bidata can be set as a repeater, to repeat depth and speed information already on the SeaTalk bus. Repeater mode is set up as follows: 1. Press and hold and Depth for 5 seconds until the display shows U and a two figure number.
Press Depth to display operating mode: r0 = Master mode r1 = Repeater mode
Press Reset to change between modes
To exit calibration, press and hold
and Depth for 2 seconds.
Note: When the Bidata is set to Repeater mode access to calibration is inhibited.
Chapter 7: Specification
Power Consumption: Depth transmitted power: Receiver sensitivity: Depth operating frequency: Voltage range: Operating temperature: Calibration lock/unlock: Illumination: Repeater capability: 60mA (normal) 100mA (illuminated) 50W 0.5mV 200kHz 10 to 16V 0 to 70C Software programmable 3 selectable levels Software programmable
Depth: Shallow alarm: Deep alarm: Offset: Minimum depth: Units: 0 to 120m (0.1 increments) 0 to 400ft (0.1 increments) 1 to 10m (0.1 increments) 3 to 33ft (1ft increments) 3 to 120m (1m increments) 10 to 400ft (10ft increments) 4 to +4m (0.1 increments) 9.9 to +9.9ft (0.1 increments) Reset on power-up Software programmable selection in metres (m) or feet (ft) stored in EEPROM
Boat speed: Trip distance: Log (non resetable): Average speed: Maximum speed: Units: 0 to 99.9 knots or mph (0.1 increments) 0 to 999nm or miles (0.01 increments to 9.99, 0.1 to 99.9 and 1.0 to 999). 0 to 5999nm or miles (0.1 increments to 99.9 and 1.0 to 5999). 0 to 99.9 knots or mph (0.1 increments) 0 to 99.9 knots or mph (0.1 increments) Software programmable selection of knots or mph (stored in EEPROM) and programmable selection of nm or miles independent of knots or mph. 0.25 to 1.50 (multiplication factor)
Manual log calibration:
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