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DEPTH Operation and Installation
Nautech Limited, Anchorage Park, Portsmouth PO3 5TD. England Telephone (0705) 69361 I. Fax (0705) 694642
ST50 Plus Depth Operation and Installation Handbook
Autohelm and SeaTalk are registered Trade Marks of Nautech Limited Autohelms policy of continuous improvement and updating ma); change product specifications without prior notice Copyright Nautech 1993
ST50 plus Depth Operation and Installation Handbook ST50 plus Depth Operation and Installation Handbook

Package Contents

The following items are included in the ST50 Plus Depth package: 1. ST50 Pius Depth control head 2. Fixing studs (2 offI 3. Thumb nuts (2 oftI 4. Fitting template 5. Power cable 6. Depth transducer (through hull) with 14m(45ftI of cable 7. Control head cover 8. Operation and Installation handbook 9. Worldwide Setice Cenb-e handbook 10. Warranty document 11. Security code sticker

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Plus Depth Operation and Installation Handbook

Contents

Introduction... Chapter 1: Control Head Installation... 1.1 Sing... 1.2 Mounting Procedure... 1.3 Power Supply (stanchalone operation).. t 1.4 Power Supply (SeaTalk operation). ;.. f 1.5 Connection of Separated Instruments.. ; 1.6 Ring Connection... I 1.7 Connection to SeaTalk Compatible Autopilots. I Chapter 2: Transducer Installation.. 2.1 Connection to the Control Head.. m 2.2 Transducer Selection.. 2.3Transducer Installation.. Chapter 3: Fault Finding and Maintenance.. 3.1 FaultFinding... 3.2 Maintenance... Chapter 4: Operation... 4.1 DepthKey... 4.2AarmKey... 4.3 Dffset Key.. 4.4 Reset Key.. 4.5 Display Contrast... Chapter 5: CODE Lock Security.. Chapter6: Calibration... 6.1 initial Calibration.. 6.2 Intermediate Calibration.. 6.3 Extended Calibration.. Chapter 7: General Specification..

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ST50 plus Depth Operation and Installation Handbook

Intmduction

The ST50 Plus Depth is a SeaTalk compatible, multifunction instrument that employs a powerful echo sounder to give excellent performance over a wide range of sea conditions. Deep, shallow, anchor watch alarms can be set to provide visual and audible warnings when the water depth reaches selected thresholds. The ST50 Plus Depth can be configured to operate as a master unit or a dedicated repeater. Al settings are stored in permanent memory and retained even when the power source is disconnected. The ST50 Plus Depth also incorporates a securii feature to protect instruments mounted in vulnerable areas such as the cockpit, helm or mast. Thank you for purchasing an Autohelm product May we take this opportunity towishyouyearsoftroublefreeoperation.
ST!50 Plus Depth Operation and htaliation

Handbook

Chapter 1: Confrol

Head Installation

Chapter i: Coniroi i-&j ins&&h
r llOmm(4.33in) r, 38.75mm (1.5in)

1.1 Sing

The ST50 Plus Depth is designed for above or below deck installafion where it is:

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Easily readable by the helmsman Protected against physical damage At least 230mm (gin) from a compass At least 5&m (20in) from radio receiving equipment Accessible from behind for ease of installation and cable running

Caution: To prevent moisture forming on the display window, the ST50 Plus Depth breathes through a small vent in the cable boss. Iherefore, the control head must be sited where the rear case is protected from contact with water.

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Bracket Mounting

The ST50 Plus Depth can, as an alternative, be bracket mounted using the Autohelm Mounting Kit.
1 Cable boss 2 Fiiing studs 3lhumb nuts 4Gashet
1.2 Mounting Procedure 1. Make sure that the selected location is clean, smooth and flat.
2. Apply the self-adhesive template (supplied) to the selected location and mark the centres for the fHing studs (2) and the cable boss (1). 3. Drii two 4mm (5/32in) clearance holes for the fixing studs (2) through the bulkhead. Remove the template. 4. Cut the clearance hole for the cable boss (1) using a 50mm (2in) diameter cutter. Pass the SeaTalk cable and transducer tails through the cable-boss (1) clearance hole.

Flush Mounting

A flush mounting kii is available for installations where a flush mount is required or more desirable. Full installation instructions are provided with the kit.
5. Screw the two fixing studs (2) into the control head. 6.
7. Assemble the contiol head to tie bulkhead and secure from behind using the thumb nuts (3). Note: The rear case is fitted with a foam gasket to form a water-tight seal between the instrument and the selected installation face. Under no circumstances must silicone greases be applied to this gasket as an additional method of sealing-the silicone will expand and distort the rear case.

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ST50 Plus Depth Operation and ImtaUation Handbook
Chapter I: Control Head Installation
1.3 Power Supply (stand-alone operation)
1.5 Connection of Separated lnsttuments
Separated instruments can be connected using one of the range of SeaTalk Extension Cables. These cables are supplied with a SeaTalk connecMitted to each end. Ajunction boxcan be used tojointhecableifitis cutforeasier routing or shortening. If preferred, any 2 core, screened cable conforming the following specifiMion may be used instead of the SeaTalk cable.

22 AWG, 2 core screened cable with a minimum copper area of 0.5mmz.
1. Connect the 2m (6ft.l power supply cable directly to the distribution W. 2. Cut the cable to length and connect the red wire to the +12V terminal and screen to the OV terminal. 3. Cut back and insulate the yellow wire. 4. Protectthe circuiiwith a SAcircuiibreaker. Longer runs to the power supply can be made using the 9m (3OftI SeaTalk Extension Cable D131).

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1.4 Power Supply (SeaTalk

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All instmrnents in a SeaTalk system receive power and information from the SeaTalk bus. Each instrument has two SeaTalk connectors (3 pin) on 15Omm (6in) tails. To supply power and information to the instrument simply plug adjacent tails into the ST50 Plus Depth tails.
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SeaTalk tails

SeaTalk
Chapter 2: Transducer installation

1.6 Ring Connection

Installations with large numbers of instruments on a SeaTalk bus may require a second ringmain connection to the power supply breaker to prevent excessive voltage drops. Refer to the foflowing list to determine whether a second ring main is necessary.
Chapter 2: Transducer Installation
2.1 Connection to the Control Head
The depth transducer is supplied, as standard, with a through hull fling and 14m (45ftI of cable. The cable is equipped with a SeaTalk connector that plugs into a control head connector.

Cable run upto 10m (3%)

Single connection: Second connection: Single connection: Second connection: 13 instruments maximum 26 instruments maximum 7 instruments maximum 13 instruments maximum
Cable run upto 20m (66ft)
The second ringmain should be connected to the spare lead on the last instrument in the chain and directed back to the circuit breaker.
1.7 Connection to SeaTalk

Compatible Autopilots

If the installation includes a SeaTalk compatible Autopilot the ST50 instru ments may be connected to the SeaTalk bus at any point. No independent connection to the 12V power supply is necessary as the instruments receive power from the Autopilot course computer.

2.2 Transducer Selection

The type of depth transducer used is governed by the hull material. The following list shows the appropriate transducer for hull type.
To autopilot SeaTalk B U S Connection To any further ST50 Instruments or Autopilot Control Units ,,u-

Transducer

Hull Material GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic), Steel and Aluminium Wocd GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic), Steel and Aluminium
ZO91 Through Hull Plastic: Z118 Through Hull Bronze: 2120 Retractable througb hull:
2.3 Transducer Installation
All depth transducers are supplied with detailed installation and maintenance instructions. These instructions, together with the following notes, should be read thoroughly before attempting to install the transducer.
ST50 plus Depth Operation and lnstallatin Handbook
For accurate depth readings the transducer should be sited within the

shaded clear flow areas.

Cabling
1 Sail 2 Plmningfxnw 3 Displacementpower The transducer should also:
1. Run the cable back to the control head. Note: Avoid fluorescent lights, engines, radio transmitting equipment etc. as these may cause interference. Also, keep the transducer cable clear of the bilge and secure at regular intervals. 2. Fit the transducer and instrument cable connectors together. To lock the connectors, push and rotate the ring on the transducer cable connector towards the control head connector.
be ahead of the propeilers (loo/o W.L. length minimum) be at least 150mm (6in) away from the keel (ideally ahead of the keel if a sailing yacht) be as near as possible the centreline of the vessel be clear of other throughhull fttings or projections have sufficient clearance inside the hull to fit the nut have 1OOmm (4it-r) of headroom to allow for withdrawal within l@of the vertical, forward, aft and athwart shiis.

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Chapter 3: Fault Finding and Maintenance
Chapter 3: Fauit Finding and Maintenance

3.1 Fault Finding

All Autohelm products are, prior to packing and shipping, subjected to comprehensive test and quality assurance programmes. However, if a fz arises with the ST50 Flus Depth, the following table will help to identify the probable cause and provide the most likely cure.
Fault Instrument display blank. Cause No supply. Action Check supply. Check cabling and security of SeaTalk connectors. Check fuse/breaker. Return unit for repair Enter correct code number. Check securii of SeaTalk connectors. Remove instruments one by one to isolate faulty unit. Check security of SeaTalk connectors between functioning and nonfunctioning instruments. Check cabling and securii of transducer connector.

Instrument displays CODELOCK set, ENTER CODE. No exchange of information between SeaTalk instruments tie, illumination levels).
The CODE Lock feature has been set. SeaTalk cabling problem.
SeaTalk Failure of a group of instruments in SeaTalk cabling/connector chain. problem.
Depth reading continuously flashes @e;th greater than 3 Depth reading flashes while underway.
Transducer cable/connector problem.
Normal reading will Aereated water, boat wakes, propellor wash return when clear of etc. disturbed water. IX

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ST50 Plus Depth Operation and installation Handbook

Chapter 4: Operation

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lnslrument

Certain atmospheric conditions may cause condensation to form on the control head window. This will not harm the unit and can be cleared by increasing the illumination setting to Level 3. Chemical and abrasive materials must not be used to clean the control head; if it is dirty, clean with a soft, damp cloth. As it leaves the factory the ST50 Plus Depth is set with:
depth units in feet transducer off set set to 0 feet shallow alarm set to 10 feet deep alarm set to 100 feet low anchor alarm set to 50 feet high anchor alarm set to 50 feet
Refer to the Installation and Maintenance instructionssupplied with the transducer.
These settings can be changed in calibration, Chapter 6. When the unit is poweredup for the first time water depth will be displayed. Note: IfduringalOsecondperiodnovec~s~ereceived,t flash(ithedepthisgreatertban1OOftIaftera10seconddelaytoindiiate that the display is not being updated and that the currently cfrspkryedvalue was the last valid echo.
Examine all cables for chafing or damage to the outer shield and, where necessary, replace and resecure.

Advice

For advice, or further information regarding the instajlation of this product, please contact the Autohelm product Support Department or your own National Distributor.

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Depth Key Notes Minimum Depth
Minimum depth can be reset by pressing RESR: Minimum depth returns to current depth after 8 seconds.

Display Fathoms

Contrast
The display contrast is automatically adjusted when the tights are turnedon. Whentheunksofmeasurearesettofeet,fathomswillbedisplayxdbefore minimum depth.

MINIMUM MPll I

Aiarm iioies Shallow Alarm
The shallow alarm has priority over all alarms. The shallow alarm will sound until it is silenced, however, the shallow alarm legend continues to flash until the depth rises above the setthreshold.

Deep/Alarm

The deep alarm is triggered when crossing the set threshofd going from shallow to deep and deep to shallowwaters. Unless it is silenced, the deep alarm sounds for 30 seconds.

Anchor Alarms

The anchor alarms provide visual and audible warningswhen the water reaches critical low or high levels when the vessel is anchored. These alarms can be silenced, however, the visual alarm will continue to ffash until a safe water depth has been reached.

Silencing Audible Alarms

I MEP ALARM
Audible alarms can be silenced by pressing any key.
Enabling and Disabling Alarms
Afl alarms can be disabled. For further details, please refer to the calibration section.

ANCHOR LOW ALARM

ANCHOR HIGH AU\RM
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neset Key

Offset Key Notes
The off set value can be positive or negative: depih measured from the keel is negative and depth to the waterline positive. The offset display will return to water depth 8 seconds after the last key press

Reset Key Notes

This feature allows the depth uniis to be switched between feet and me&es. However, the units can only be toggled when the current water depth is displayed.

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Chapter 5: CODE Lock Security

4.5 Display Contrast

The contrast can be adjusted to achieve optimum legibility at any angle.

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Cnapter 5: CODE Lock Security
The ST50 Plus range incorporates an anti-theft feature called CODE Lock. Designed to protect individual instruments or complete systems ir vulnerable areas, CODE Lock is a four digit number that you programmc into the permanent memory of a selected master instrument. Note: A master instrument is a digital unit on which the code number can be entered, and then, if part of an integrated system, transmitted to other ST50 Plus instruments. This facility means that, should a CODE Locked instrument be removed from a vessel without the owners permission, it cannot be operated without the four digit security number. CODE Lock can be used in one of three modes:

-contrast

1. Momentarily press DEPlH and ALARM together. 2. Press OFFSET or RESET to increase or decrease the contrast setting (the range being between 1 and 15). Note: A high setting will suit installations where the control head will be viewed from abow. 3. Press DEPTH and ALARM together momentarily to store the contrast setting.

Mode 1: Off

As it leaves the factory CODE Lock is set to off. In this mode the instrument will operate normally when it is switched on, however, the unit will not be protected by the anti-theft feature.

Mode 2: CODE Lock Once-Only Entry (page 25)
This mode is designed for systems with a digital ST50 plus instrument in -a safe, belowdecks location. This instrument can then be used as a master to enter the four digit code number, and automatically transmit the code to all the instruments in the system when the power is switched on. The advantage of this mode is that, with the master safely below deck, code entry via the keypad is a onceonly operation on installation.
Once CODE Lock is set the system will operate normally as soon as the power is switched on. In other words, the CODE Lock securii number is invisible.
Once Only Entry In the Power& mode, the ST50 Plus is configured so that you have to enter the four digit number on the master instrument every time the system is switched on. Until this number is entered the instrument(s)willnotoperate. This mode is particularly useful when you are unable to position a master instrument below decks and, therefore, all the vessels valuable instrlt mentation is left in a vulnerable area.

Action 11 Display Shows

Press and DEPTH and ALARM together for CAL after 2 seconds and 4 seconds VER X.X after 4 seconds Press DEPTH twice 4 seconds after CODELOCK Cal. Off Press ALARM Press OFFSET or RESET to select first number Press ALARM to accept number Press OFFSET or RESET to select second number Press ALARM to accept number Press OFFSET or RESET to select third number Press ALARM to accept third number Press OFFSET or RESET to select fourth number Press ALARM to accept code Leave PWR ON? flashing for 10 seconds To save code, press DEPTH and ALARM together for 2 seconds CODELOCK Cal. Off ENER CODE I I - --_ 1___ l,- 12__ 1 2-12312 3-l FWR ON? CODELOCK Cal. set Normal operation, eg. depth display Tlvx
Should a CODE Locked instrument be removed from the system, it will not operate until the correct four digit security number is entered or received. If your selected master instrument fails for any reason, the security code number can be entered via another ST50 Plus instrument in the system. However, until another instrument is set as a master or the existing master is replaced, the security code will have to be entered every time the system is switched on. Note: A warning sticker is provided with each instrument. If you have set Code Lock, position this warning sticker in a prominent location to deter potential thieves.

13 Press ALARM

If you do not exit CODELOCK Cal. set within 10 seconds, the display will change to CANCEL CODE. You now have the option of cancelling the code, by pressing ALARM to return to the _ _ __ display, or exit as described in action 15 above. Your Code Number For future reference, enter your chosen code number in the following box.
Setting Up the Security Code
When the ST50 Plus Depth is switched-on for the first time the security feature is set to off. To turn the CODE Lock feature on, proceed as follows:
For obvious reasons, please store this handbook in a safe place. Operation Once only CODE Lock entry is invisible once it has been set.
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Chapter 6: Calibration
On i;ower-Up Action 7 Display Shows
As it leaves the factory the ST50 flus Depth is set to dispfay depth u&s in
feet. These settings, together and other navigational features, can be
Press and DEPTH and ALARM together for CAL after 2 seconds and VER X.X after 4 seconds 4 seconds Press DEPTH twice 4 seconds after CODELOCK Press ALARM Cal. Off CODELOCK Cal. Off ENTER CODE I I - - - 1___ 1~- 12 __ 1 2-3- PWR ON? CODELOCK Cal. set
changed (e.g., Feet to Metresjas described in this section.
Press OFFSET or RESET to select first number Press ALARM to accept number Press OFFSET or RESET to select second number Press ALARM to accept number Press OFFSET or RESET to select third number Press ALARM to accept third number Press OFFSET or RESET to select fourth number Press ALARM to accept code Press ALARM within 10 seconds To save code, press DEPTH and ALARM together for 2 seconds
Normal operation, eg. depth display T11Zl
If you do not exit CODELOCK Cal. set within 10 seconds, the display will change to CANCEL CODE. You now have the option of cancelling the code, by pressing ALARM to return to the __ _ _ display, or exit as described in action 15 above. Your Code Number For future reference, enter your chosen code number in the following box.
For obvious reasons, please store this handbook in a safe place.

Operation

When the unit is powered on you are prompted to enter the code number. To enter the number, carry out actions 4 to 12 and press ALARM.

6.1 Initial Calibration

Initial Calibration Notes Alarms
The shallow, deep, low anchor, high anchor and offset displays can be adjusted using the OFFSET and RESET keys. The ALARM key is used to enable/disablethe alarms. units Alternating between feet and metres is achieved by pressing RESIX

Exii Initial Calibration

To exit initial calibration and store the new settings, press DEPTH and ALARM together for 2 seconds.

SHALLOW AlAf3M

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Intermediate Calibration Notes RepeaterMode
Repeater mode allows the ST50 Hus Depth to repeat speed related data already on the SeaTalk bus. There are two settings: O=disabled and 1 =enabled.
lnitialcalibrationcannotbeaccessedwheniheunitisconfiguredasarepeater.
Exit Intermediate Calibration
To exii intermediate calibration and store the new settings, press DEPTH and ALARM for 2 seconds.

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Extended Calibration Notes
All of the extended calibration screens are adjusted usingtbe WFSETand/or RESET keys.

Calibration

Calibration allows you to protect your selected settings. When calibration is enabled the initial and intermediate calibration settings cannot be modified. CAL0 = Calibration locked, i.e. no access CAL 1 = Calibration unlocked, i.e. normal access Once locked, calibration can be unlocked by entering extended calibration and selecting 1, calibration unlocked.

Depth Damping

Depth damping adjusts the rate atwhichfhe display is updated. The default setting is 4 seconds, however, the selectable range is 1 to 15.

Boat Show

The Boat Show mode is a dealer demonstration program only. Under no circumstances must this program be engaged when this unit is installed onboard your vessel.
Exii Extended Calibration
To store the extended calibration settings, press DEPTH and ALARM for 2 seconds.

DEPTH DAMPING

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Chapter 7: General Specification
Dimensions: Power supply: Power consumption: Temperature range: Depth: Shallow alarm: Deep alarm:
llOxllOmm(4.33x4.33inI lOtol6V 50ma (normal) lOOma WJfnination on)

0 to 70 deg.C

Offset:
Anchor alarm: Minimum depth function: Units: Damping: Repeater capability: Illumination:
Oto6OOfeet(Oto18Ometres) 3 to 33 feet (1 to 10 metres) 1Oto4OOfeet(3to12Ometfes) -9.9 to 9.9 feet (4 to 4 metres)
Oto6OOfeet(Oto18Ometres) Reset on powerup Software programmable feet/lathoms or metres

1 to 15 seconds

Software programmable 3levelsplusoff

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4.15 in 8.76 in 2.95 in

9.56 in

10.8 in 16 in

8.1 in

8.5 in

8.9 in
16.8 in 51.4 in (48") 75.5 in (72")

11.65 in

48" AND 72" OPEN ARRAY SL72 PLUS, SL70 PLUS AND RL70 PLUS

8.76 in 6.04 in 8.9 in

R70 PLUS

5.95 in 18.4 in

7.3 in 23.6 in
18" AND 24" SL70C PLUS AND RL70C PLUS

5.47 in 11.26 in 3.82 in

Pathfinder Plus SL series radar displays E52043 SL70 Plus 7" monochrome LCD E52045 SL70C Plus 7" color LCD with built in Raychart E52044 SL70RC Plus 7" monochrome LCD E52046 SL70CRC Plus 7" color LCD Pathfinder radar scanners M92650 2D 2kW 18" radome with 15m cable M92652 4D 4kW 24" radome with 15m cable T52001 5S 4kW 48" open array with 15m cable T52013 7S 4kW 72" open array with 15m cable T52012 9S 10kW 48" open array with 15m cable (24v, 32v DC only) T52014 11S 10kW 72" open array with 15m cable (24v, 32v DC only)

12.3 in

Optional scanner cables M92728 15m pedestal cable E55017 15m Pathfinder open array radar arch cable (2 pc) M92705 25m pedestal cable M92699 Pathfinder extension cable (5m) M92700 Pathfinder extension cable (10m) E56001 Pathfinder 5m cable radome M92692 Pathfinder 10m cable for 2kW radome only M92668 Pathfinder 15m cable-radome M92669 Pathfinder 25m cable-radome Radar accessories E12102 Smart heading sensor Radar/hsb2 cables R55001 hsb2 cable (1m) R55002 hsb2 cable (3m) R55003 hsb2 cable (6m) R55004 hsb2 cable (10m) E55010 hsb2 cable (20m) E55040 hsb2 Y cable

RL80C PLUS

10.9 in 14.2 in

10.4 in

11.4 in

R80 PLUS

11.6 in

Navigation Aids

Pathfinder Plus Raycharts
GENERAL SL520 Plus Power: Nominal voltage (volts DC) 12v, 24v, 32v systems Absolute voltage range (volts DC) 10.7 - 44 volts Power consumption (typical) watts 10W (fully backlit) Physical: Overall dimensions (WxHxD) inches 8.8x8.07x2.9 Product weight kg (lbs) 1.2kg (2.6lbs) Mounting methods bracket or panel Control type(s) 11 defined, 4 soft keys Cursor (context sensitive) trackpad Color/mono mono Display size and type 7" FSTN LCD Display resolution 320x240 (1/4 VGA) Display lighting (contrast) 100 levels (adjustable) Connections: NMEA input (0183) (2) NMEA output (0183) SeaTalk 2 hsb Cartography 2x C-MAP NT (+) Approvals: EMC (Europe and FCC) CE marked Environmental: Operating temperature range -10C to +50C Non operating temperature range -10C to +70C Humidity up to 95% Waterproofing standard CFR46 KEY FEATURES Range scales 1/64 to 4000nm Range options 20 scales Max. detail of background map 150nm Head Up/North Up/Course Up True/Magnetic (variation source) (auto/manual) Waypoints (1000) Waypoint name 16 character Waypoint storage database/user cartridge Waypoint entry graphical/manual Manual waypoint entry LatLon/BrgRng/TDs Waypoint transfer via SeaTalk/NMEA PC Waypoint transfer (via NMEA WPL sentence) Routes (20) Route name 16 character Route storage database/user cartridge Waypoints per route up to 50 Tracks (5) Points per track 750 Track interval time/distance Smart Route (track to route) Alarms arrival/XTE/anchor/fix Timers alarm clock/countdown Ruler Navigation information position/XTE/SOG/COG Navigation predictions TTG/ETA GOTO/Follow functions waypoint/cursor/route Tidal information supported Sunrise/Sunset predictions (via chart) Man OverBoard (MOB) GPS FEATURES Type*** display and Raystar 120 Beacon Differential Ready (auto/man tune) Filters 3 levels for COG/SOG Geodetic datum WGS-84 (or local) Position correction ADDITIONAL FEATURES AND DISPLAY OPTIONS Radar/Chart synchronization (with radar) local Radar/Chart Overlay (with radar) Course Deviation Indicator (rolling road) Bearing Deviation Indicator Data Boxes split screen or 6 boxes Ship's log Chart presentation full or half screen Raychart with full function radar* Raychart with full function fishfinder** SL530 Plus 12v, 24v, 32v systems 10.7 - 44 volts 20W (fully backlit) 8.8x8.07x5.98 3.5kg (7.7lbs) bracket or panel 11 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad color 7" TFT LCD 640x480 (VGA) 100 levels (2) 2x C-MAP NT (+) -10C to +50C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46 1/64 to 4000nm 20 scales 150nm (auto/manual) (1000) 16 character database/user cartridge graphical/manual LatLon/BrgRng/TDs via SeaTalk/NMEA (20) 16 character database/user cartridge up to 50 (5) 750 time/distance arrival/XTE/anchor/fix alarm clock/countdown position/XTE/SOG/COG TTG/ETA waypoint/cursor/route (via chart) display and Raystar 120 (auto/man tune) 3 levels for COG/SOG WGS-84 (or local) local split screen or 6 boxes full or half screen SL631 Plus 12v, 24v, 32v systems 10.7 - 44 volts 30W (fully backlit) 11.5x11.4x5.5 5.8kg (12.7lbs) bracket or panel 11 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad color 10" TFT LCD 640x480 (VGA) 100 levels (2) 2x C-MAP NT (+) -10C to +50C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46 1/64 to 4000nm 20 scales 150nm (auto/manual) (1000) 16 character database/user cartridge graphical/manual LatLon/BrgRng/TDs via SeaTalk/NMEA (20) 16 character database/user cartridge up to 50 (5) 750 time/distance arrival/XTE/anchor/fix alarm clock/countdown position/XTE/SOG/COG TTG/ETA waypoint/cursor/route (via chart) display and Raystar 120 (auto/man tune) 3 levels for COG/SOG WGS-84 (or local) local split screen or 6 boxes full or half screen Raychart 520 Plus 12v, 24v, 32v systems 10.7 - 44 volts 10W (fully backlit) 8.8x8.07x2.9 1.2kg (2.6lbs) bracket or panel 11 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad mono 7" FSTN LCD 320x240 (1/4 VGA) 100 levels (adjustable) (2) 2x C-MAP NT (+) -10C to +50C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46 1/64 to 4000nm 20 scales 150nm (auto/manual) (1000) 16 character database/user cartridge graphical/manual LatLon/BrgRng/TDs via hsb2/SeaTalk/NMEA (20) 16 character database/user cartridge up to 50 (5) 750 time/distance arrival/XTE/anchor/fix alarm clock/countdown position/XTE/SOG/COG TTG/ETA waypoint/cursor/route (via chart) Raychart 530 Plus 12v, 24v, 32v systems 10.7 - 44 volts 20W (fully backlit) 8.8x8.07x5.9 3.5kg (7.7lbs) bracket or panel 11 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad color 7" TFT LCD 640x480 (VGA) 100 levels (2) 2x C-MAP NT (+) -10C to +50C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46

Raychart 631 Plus 12v, 24v, 32v systems 10.7 - 44 volts 30W (fully backlit) 11.5x11.4x5.5 5.8kg (12.7lbs) bracket or panel 11 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad color 10" TFT LCD 640x480 (VGA) 100 levels (2) 2x C-MAP NT (+) -10C to +50C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46 1/64 to 4000nm 20 scales 150nm (auto/manual) (1000) 16 character database/user cartridge graphical/manual LatLon/BrgRng/TDs via hsb2/SeaTalk/NMEA (20) 16 character database/user cartridge up to 50 (5) 750 time/distance arrival/XTE/anchor/fix alarm clock/countdown position/XTE/SOG/COG TTG/ETA waypoint/cursor/route (via chart)
1/64 to 4000nm 20 scales 150nm (auto/manual) (1000) 16 character database/user cartridge graphical/manual LatLon/BrgRng/TDs via hsb2/SeaTalk/NMEA (20) 16 character database/user cartridge up to 50 (5) 750 time/distance arrival/XTE/anchor/fix alarm clock/countdown position/XTE/SOG/COG TTG/ETA waypoint/cursor/route (via chart)
Raystar 120 sold separately Raystar 120 sold separately Raystar 120 sold separately (auto/man tune) (auto/man tune) (auto/man tune) 3 levels for COG/SOG 3 levels for COG/SOG 3 levels for COG/SOG WGS-84 (or local) WGS-84 (or local) WGS-84 (or local) local and via hsb2 split screen or 6 boxes full or half screen 2 via hsb /SeaTalk via hsb2 local and via hsb2 split screen or 6 boxes full or half screen 2 via hsb /SeaTalk via hsb2 local and via hsb2 split screen or 6 boxes full or half screen 2 via hsb /SeaTalk via hsb2
*for the key features of the Raychart with radar option refer also to the Pathfinder Plus radar specification 'key features' (pages 60 and 61). **for the key features of the Raychart with fishfinder option refer also to the Pathfinder Plus fishfinder specification 'key features' (page 78). ***see Raystar 120 specification (page 65).
Raynav and Raychart Systems (Display with GPS)
GENERAL Power: Nominal voltage (volts DC) Absolute voltage range (volts DC) Power consumption (typical) watts Physical: Overall dimensions (WxHxD) inches Product weight kg (lbs) Mounting methods Control type(s) Cursor (context sensitive) Color/mono Display size and type Display resolution Display lighting (contrast) Connections: NMEA input (0183) NMEA output (0183) SeaTalk Cartography Approvals: EMC (Europe and FCC) CE marked Environmental: Operating temperature range Non operating temperature range Humidity Waterproofing standard KEY FEATURES Range scales Range options Max. detail of background map Head up/North Up/Course Up True/Magnetic (variation source) Waypoints Waypoint name Waypoint storage Waypoint entry Manual waypoint entry Waypoint transfer PC Waypoint transfer (via NMEA WPL sentence) Routes Route name Route storage Waypoints per route Tracks Points per track Track interval Smart Route (track to route) Alarms Timers Navigation information Navigation predictions GOTO/follow functions Tidal information supported Sunrise/Sunset predictions Man OverBoard (MOB) GPS FEATURES Type Signal acquisition Satellite Differential type Differential acquisition Beacon Differential Ready Position accuracy (RMS) Position accuracy with SD GPS (RMS) Speed accuracy (RMS) Filters Time to first fix from cold start (typical) Time to first fix (after initial cold start) Geodetic datum Position correction ADDITIONAL FEATURES and DISPLAY OPTIONS Course Deviation Indicator (rolling road) Bearing Deviation Indicator Ship's log Data Pages Raynav 300 12v, 24v systems 9 - 32 volts <6W (fully backlit and GPS) 7.7x4.3x3.9 0.75kg (1.65lbs) bracket or panel 8 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad mono 4.75" FSTN LCD 240xlevels (adjustable) -10C to +70C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46 1/64 to 1200nm 18 scales (auto/manual) (1000) 16 character database graphical/manual LatLon/BrgRng/TDs via SeaTalk/NMEA (20) 16 character database up to 50 (5) 750 time/distance arrival/XTE/anchor/fix alarm clock/countdown position/XTE/SOG/COG TTG/ETA waypoint/cursor/route passive antenna 12ch. parallel (C/A code) WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS automatic <15m <5m <0.3kts 3 levels for COG/SOG <2.5 min (<40 sec) typically <8 seconds WGS-84 (or local) 12 full screen pages Raychart 320 12v, 24v systems 9 - 32 volts <6W (fully backlit and GPS) 7.7x4.3x3.9 0.75kg (1.65lbs) bracket or panel 8 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad mono 4.75" FSTN LCD 240xlevels (adjustable) 2x C-MAP NT (+) -10C to +70C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46 1/64 to 1200nm 18 scales 3nm with overzoom (auto/manual) (1000) 16 character database/user cartridge graphical/manual LatLon/BrgRng/TDs via SeaTalk/NMEA (20) 16 character database/user cartridge up to 50 (5) 750 time/distance arrival/XTE/anchor/fix alarm clock/countdown position/XTE/SOG/COG TTG/ETA waypoint/cursor/route (via chart) passive antenna 12ch. parallel (C/A code) WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS automatic <15m <5m <0.3kts 3 levels for COG/SOG <2.5 min (<40 sec) typically <8 seconds WGS-84 (or local) 12 full screen pages

RAYTECH NAVIGATOR

RayTech software kits E83025 Raytech Navigator E83027 Raytech Sail Racer* E83026 Raytech Fishing Pro* E86014 Pathfinder PC Kit* * Includes RayTech Navigator RayTech accessories E86019 hsb2 PC interface kit (part of Pathfinder PC kit) E85001 PC/Seatalk/NMEA interface box (part of Pathfinder PC kit) E86008 C-MAP USB chart reader

RAYTECH SAIL RACER

hsb2 PC INTERFACE KIT RAYTECH FISHING PRO
PC/SeaTalk/NMEA INTERFACE BOX
(customisable) via hsb2 via hsb2 Pathfinder panel or windows

RAYTECH PATHFINDER PC

C-MAP USB CHART READER
RNS1500 15" Daylight Viewable Monitor
GENERAL Power: Nominal voltage (volts DC) Absolute voltage range (volts DC) Physical: Overall dimensions (WxHxD) inches Mounting methods Defined control(s) Color/mono Display size and type Display resolution Lighting Connections: Analog VGA input Digital video (DVI) input Composite video input Audio input Approvals: EMC (Europe and FCC) CE marked Environmental: Operating temperature range (nominal ambient) Non operating temperature range Humidity Waterproofing standard RNS1500 Monitor 12v, 24v systems 10.7 - 32 volts 16.3x13x6.3 bracket or panel 3 defined buttons Color 15" TFT LCD 1024x768 (XGA) 64 levels -10C to +50C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46
RNS1500 Monitor E02009 RNS1500 monitor E02014 RNS1500 monitor with touch screen
RayTech Product comparison chart
PRODUCT FEATURES RayTech Navigator advanced charting and navigation application DataTrak time based graphs Polar data collection and analysis Route optimization Race analysis tools for precise instrument calibration, start, wind trends, performance monitoring, layline and navigation analysis 1 year advanced weather subscription 1 year satellite plankton and sea surface temperature subscription Engine monitor display* hsb interface card SeaTalk interface
*J1708 compatible engines and optional hardware required.

RayTech Navigator

Sail Racer

Fishing Pro

Pathfinder PC

hsb2 kit

Use optional hsb kit Use optional hsb kit Use optional hsb2 kit Optional Interface box Optional Interface box Optional Interface box

ST290 Instruments

GENERAL Graphic Display Data Display Power: Nominal voltage (volts DC) 12v systems 12v systems Absolute voltage range (volts DC) 10 - 16 volts 10 - 16 volts Power consumption (typical) mA 75mA (illumination off) 75mA (illumination off) Physical: Overall dimensions (WxHxD) inches 6.7x4.9x1.8 6.7x4.9x1.8 Mounting methods flush/surface flush/surface Control type(s) 5 backlit buttons 5 backlit buttons Display size and type 140mm dot matrix LCD 140mm segmented LCD Maximum character size 48mm 25mm Display lighting 3 levels plus off 3 levels plus off Connections: NMEA input (0183) (via DPU) (via DPU) NMEA output (0183) (via DPU) (via DPU) SeaTalk (via DPU) (via DPU) SeaTalk2 (NMEA2000) in/out (2) (2) PC (RS232) and RayTech interface option (via E85001) Approvals: EMC (Europe and FCC) CE marked Environmental: Operating temperature range -10C to +70C -10C to +70C Non operating temperature range -10C to +70C -10C to +70C Humidity up to 95% up to 95% Waterproofing standard CFR46 CFR46 DISPLAY-CHAPTERS AND PAGES Speed Speed data current/max/average current/max/average Speed range (knots) 0 to 60kts 0 to 60kts Log range (nm) 0 to 99999nm 0 to 99999nm Log options total log and 5 trip logs total log and 5 trip logs Speed alarms high/low boat speed high/low boat speed Speed units knots/kph/mph knots/kph/mph Velocity Made Good (VMG) VMG to windward/WPT VMG to windward/WPT Depth Depth data current/min/max current/min/max Depth range (m) 0.8 to 180m (600') 0.8 to 180m (600') Depth offsets keel/waterline/transducer keel/waterline/transducer Depth alarms shallow/deep/anchor shallow/deep/anchor Depth units meter/fathom/feet meter/fathom/feet Depth trend arrows Wind Wind speed data apparent/true/max apparent/true/max Wind speed range (knots) Wind angle data relative apparent/true relative apparent/true Wind angle range 180 port and starboard 180 port and starboard Wind alarms high/low wind speed/angle high/low wind speed/angle Wind units knots/m/s/beaufort knots/m/s/beaufort Wind shift (head and lift) Docking wind relative to vessel plan Heading Heading data current/lock/average/next tack current/lock/average/next tack Heading offset and variation magnetic/true magnetic/true Heading alarms off course off course Locked compass heading option Navigation Latitude/Longitude Speed/Course Over Ground Course/Distance made good Waypoint data (WPT) Bearing/Distance to WPT Estimated Time of Arrival/Time To Go Cross Track Error (XTE) Course Deviation Indicator (rolling road) Route information GPS GPS status (Fix, No Fix, D-Fix) No. of satellites and HDOP Autopilot Autopilot control (with autopilot keypad) (with autopilot keypad) Autopilot status Gain and Response control Full pilot calibration Steer bar indicator Timers Local time and date (automatic via GPS) (automatic via GPS) Alarm clock Stop watch Race timer (3x count down/up) (3x count down/up) Engine data monitoring Information Water temperature (C/F) (C/F) Tide set/rate Sunrise/Sunset/Twilight time Position log Rudder angle indication Battery voltage Man OverBoard (MOB) repeater CUSTOM KEY FEATURES Various operating profiles Configurable favorites pages Graphs Transducer calibration Low power indication Adjustable display response time System option supplied with transducer (pod only) Instrument repeater standard product standard product SYSTEM OPTIONS Man OverBoard (MOB) keypad option Extra loud external alarm (via DPU) (via DPU) Compatible remote keypad options remote and remote plus remote and remote plus Compatible Autopilot keypad option Analogue Wind Display 12v systems 10 - 16 volts 65mA (illumination off) 4.9x4.9x1.5 flush/surface 4 backlit buttons 34mm segmented LCD 13mm 3 levels plus off (via DPU) (via DPU) (2) (via DPU) -10C to +70C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46 apparent/true/max 0 to 60kts apparent/true 180 port and starboard high/low wind speed knots/m/s/beaufort (LCD and pointer) standard product (via DPU) remote plus 12v systems 10 - 16 volts 65mA (illumination off) 4.9x4.9x1.5 flush/surface 4 backlit buttons 34mm segmented LCD 13mm 3 levels plus off (via DPU) (via DPU) (2) (via DPU) -10C to +70C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46 apparent/true/max 0 to 60kts apparent/true 20 to 55 port and starboard knots/m/s/beaufort (LCD and pointer) standard product remote plus 12v systems 10 - 16 volts 65mA (illumination off) 4.9x4.9x1.5 flush/surface 4 backlit buttons 34mm segmented LCD 13mm 3 levels plus off (via DPU) (via DPU) (2) (via DPU) -10C to +70C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46 current/locked/average magnetic/true COG via GPS (LCD and pointer) standard product (via DPU) remote plus -

Analogue CH Wind Display Analogue Compass Display
Analogue RudderDisplay 12v systems 10 - 16 volts 65mA (illumination off) 4.9x4.9x1.5 flush/surface 4 backlit buttons 3 levels plus off (via DPU) (via DPU) (2) (via DPU) -10C to +70C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46 drip resistant standard product remote plus -
GENERAL Power: Nominal voltage (volts DC) Absolute voltage range (volts DC) Power consumption (typical) mA Physical: Overall dimensions (WxHxD) inches Mounting methods Control type(s) Connections: NMEA input (0183) NMEA output (0183) SeaTalk SeaTalk2 (NMEA 2000) PC (RS232) and RayTech interface option (via E85001) USB Approvals: EMC (Europe and FCC) CE marked Environmental: Operating temperature range Non operating temperature range Humidity Waterproofing standard TRANSDUCERS: Transducer cable length Standard transducer type Keypads 12v systems 10 - 16 volts 60mA 3.1x4.9x1.6 flush/surface backlit buttons (via DPU) (via DPU) (2) (via DPU) (via DPU) -10C to +70C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFR46 Data Processing Unit 12v systems 10 - 16 volts 120mA 5.9x5.1x1.5 surface -10C to +55C -10C to +55C up to 80% drip resistant Transducer Pods (Speed, Depth, Wind) 12v systems 10 - 16 volts 50mA 2.6x4.6x1.4 surface (via DPU) (via DPU) (via DPU) (2) (via DPU) -10C to +55C -10C to +55C up to 80% splashproof wind: 50m (146') speed and depth: 14m (45') long arm vane supplied with wind customer selects speed and depth transducer as per ST60 -
Smart Heading Sensor 12v, 24v systems 10 - 32 volts 130mA 5.9x5.1x1.5 surface 2 status LEDs -10C to +55C -10C to +55C up to 80% drip resistant compass: 8m (26') rate gyro stabilized fluxgate compass
SYSTEM OPTIONS Man OverBoard (MOB) keypad option Extra loud external alarm Compatible remote keypad options Compatible autopilot keypad option
standard product (via DPU) standard product standard product

remote and remote plus

1.37 in minimum clearance
1.37 in minimum clearance 2.22 in diameter 5.11 in 5.90 in 1.53 in

4.9 in 4.75 in 14.2 in 1.1 in 18.4 in 1.7 in 18.0 in
1.28 in 4.33 in 3.6 in 4.3 in 1.4 in 12.0 in 10.9 in 2.75 in 4.5 in 7.67 in
ST4000 PLUS, ST5000 PLUS AND ST6001 PLUS CONTROL UNITS

4.3 in

1.6 in 3.6 in 4.5 in 3.25 in

24.6 in

6.7 in

ST4000 PLUS WHEELPILOT

ST1000 PLUS AND ST2000 PLUS TILLER PILOT

ST7001 PLUS CONTROL UNIT

3.6 in

4.5 in

T150, 150G, T400 AND 400G COURSE COMPUTER
Selecting the right autopilot drive unit.
Drive Units and Corepacks Drive Units
Identify the correct drive unit type* for your boat (refer to the table on page 36), then use the following information to identify the correct model.
* We recommend that a Raymarine approved dealer confirms your selection and carries out the installation and commissioning. Approved installations carry a FULL 2 YEAR WORLDWIDE WARRANTY. For more information contact your national distributor (see outside back cover for details) or consult www.raymarine.com
Type 1 and 2 Rotary Drive

Universal Sterndrive

Type 1 and 2 Linear Drive
Displacement (maximum): Type 1: 10,000kg (22,000lb) Type 2: 20,000kg (44,000lb) Peak Output Torque: Type 1: 20Nm (180lb.in), Type 2: 34Nm (300lb.in) Maximum Shaft Speed: 33rpm
Drive: Electromechanical for power-assisted sterndrive systems *Not all sterndrive systems are supported Maximum Thrust: 330lb (150kg) Hardover Time: 8.8secs Stroke: 8.3in (214mm)
Displacement (maximum): Type 1: 10,000kg (22,000lb) Type 2S: 15,000kg (33,000lb), Type 2L: 20,000kg (44,000lb) Peak Thrust: Type 1: 295kg (650lb), Type 2S/Type 2L: 480kg (1050lb) Stroke: Type 1/Type 2S: 300mm (12in), Type 2L: 400mm (16in) Hardover Time (no load): Type 1/Type 2S: 11secs, Type 2L: 14secs Rudder Torque (maximum): Type 1: 735Nm (6500lb.in), Type 2S: 1190Nm (10,500lb.in), Type 2L: 1660Nm (14,700lb.in)
Drive Unit Part Numbers: M81135 Type 1 (12V) M81136 Type 2 (12V) Type 2 (24V) M81137 Corepack Part Numbers: E12091 150G (12V) with Rate Gyro and AST E12092 400G (12/24V) with Rate Gyro and AST E12054 T150 (12V) no Rate Gyro or AST E12055 T400 (12/24V) no Rate Gyro or AST
Drive Unit Part Numbers E12026 Universal Sterndrive Corepack Part Numbers: E12091 150G (12V) with Rate Gyro and AST E12054 T150 (12V) no Rate Gyro or AST Packaged Pilot Systems: ST5000 Plus Sterndrive E12037 E12049 ST5000 Plus Sterndrive Flush Mount Version

Drive Unit Part Numbers: M81130 Type 1 (12V) M81131 Type 2 Short (12V) M81132 Type 2 Long (12V) M81133 Type 2 Short (24V) M81134 Type 2 Long (24V) Corepack Part Numbers: E12091 150G (12V) with Rate Gyro and AST E12092 400G (12/24V) with Rate Gyro and AST E12054 T150 (12V) no Rate Gyro or AST E12055 T400 (12/24V) no Rate Gyro or AST Packaged Pilot Systems: ST5000 Plus SailPilot <9000kg A12015 (20,000lb), T1 (12V) E12048 ST5000 Plus SailPilot Flush Mount Version, T1 (12V)

7.8 in

10.8 in 7.2 in = =

10.0 in

4.0 in
30.6 in (T1/T2S) 36.6 in (T2L)

35.8 in

43.8 in

13.9 - 22.3 in

TYPE 1 AND 2 ROTARY DRIVE

UNIVERSAL STERNDRIVE

TYPE 1 AND 2 LINEAR DRIVE
10.0 in (T1/T2S) 14.0 in (T2l)
Selecting the right autopilot drive unit. Drive Units and Corepacks Corepack selection
Type 1 (12v) drives require T150 or 150G corepacks. Type 1 (24v), type 2 and type 3 (12 or 24v) drives require T400 or 400G corepacks.
Type 1, 2 and 3 Hydraulic Pump
Type 2 and 3 Hydraulic Linear Drive

Constant Running Pumps

Ram capacity: ST5000 Hydraulic 4.9in3 10.5in3 (80cc 172cc), Type 1: 4.9in3 14in3 (80cc 230cc), Type 2: 14in3 21in3 (230cc 350cc), Type 3: 21in3 30.5in3 (350cc 500cc) Maximum Stall Pressure at 12V: Type 1: 750psi (50bar), Type 2: 1450psi (100bar), Type 3: 1160psi (80bar) Peak Flow Rate (no load): Type 1: 67in3/min (1000cc/min), Type 2: 122in3/min (2000cc/min), Type 3: 175in3/min (2900cc/min)
Displacement (maximum): Type 2: 22,000kg (48,500lb), Type 3: 35,000kg (77,000lb) Peak Thrust: Type 2: 585kg (1290lb), Type 3: 1200kg (2700lb) Maximum Stroke: Type 2: 254mm (10in), Type 3: 300mm (12in) Hardover (no load): Type 2: 10secs, Type 3: 12secs Maximum Rudder Torque: Type 2: 1270Nm (11,300lb.in), Type 3: 3200Nm (28,800lb.in)
Ram capacity: CR1: 350cc 500cc (21in3 30in3) CR2: 500cc 1200cc (30in3 73in3) Maximum Stall Pressure: CR1: 50bar (750psi), CR2: 50bar (750psi) Peak Flow Rate (no load): CR1: 3000cc/min (180in3/min), CR2: 4500cc/min (270in3/min) Ram: single- or double-ended Voltage: 12V or 24V Drive Unit Part Numbers: M81125 CR1 (12V) M81127 CR1 (24V) M81126 CR2 (12V) M81128 CR2 (24V) Corepack Part Numbers: E12092 400G (12/24V) with Rate Gyro and AST E12055 T400 (12/24V) no Rate Gyro or AST

8.06 in 9.18 in 4.87 in 7.67 in 6.49 in
Loudhailers M95997 Ray430 loudhailer with horn M95997A Ray430 loudhailer (without horn) M95435 hailer horn M95998 intercom speaker VHF Radios E43003 Ray215 DSC VHF E43008 Ray230 DSC VHF System E43007 Ray230 DSC VHF System with DTMF interface E43006 Ray 45 VHF E43001 Ray 53 DSC VHF Communication Accessories E46021 Ray230/215 2nd station kit (handset/cable/loudspeaker) E46015 3m external speaker extension cable Ray215, Ray230 E46018 5m handset extension cable Ray215, Ray230 E46017 10m handset extension cable Ray215, Ray230 E46006 external speaker (Ray215)

4.75 in

RAY430

3.14 in

RAY215

5.70 in 2.12 in

2.14"
5.75 in 6.77 in 7.05 in 2.2 in 1.1 in 8.93 in 2.2 in

5.39 in 7.65 in 4.33 in

RAY 53 AND RAY 45 DIMENSIONS

3.03 in

RAY230

Fishfinders

Pathfinder Plus Fishfinders
GENERAL Power: Nominal voltage (volts DC) Absolute voltage range (volts DC) Power consumption (typical) watts Physical: Overall dimensions (WxHxD) inches Product weight kg (lbs) Mounting methods Control type(s) Cursor (context sensitive) Color/mono Display size and type Display resolution Display lighting (contrast) Connections: NMEA input (0183) NMEA output (0183) SeaTalk hsb2 Cartography Approvals: EMC (Europe and FCC) CE marked Environmental: Operating temperature range Non operating temperature range Humidity Waterproofing standard KEY FEATURES Nominal output power (RMS) Frequency Gain Range scales Range control Zoom size A-Scope Bottom Lock White Line Background color Scroll speed Fish symbols Variable Range Marker (VRM) Alarms Man OverBoard (MOB) ADDITIONAL FEATURES AND DISPLAY OPTIONS Course Deviation Indicator (rolling road) Bearing Deviation Indicator Data Boxes Data page (depth/temperature graph) Fishfinder presentation Fishfinder with full function Raychart* Fishfinder with full function radar option** SL755RC Plus 12v, 24v, 32v systems 10.7 - 44 volts 10W (fully backlit) 8.8x8.07x4.7 3.5kg (7.7lbs) bracket or panel 11 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad mono 7" FSTN LCD 320x240 (1/4 VGA) 64 levels (adjustable) (2) 2x C-MAP NT and NT+ -10C to +50C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFRwatts dual 200kHz/50kHz auto/manual 22 scales (2 to 1000m) auto/manual with shift auto/manual x2, x4, x6 (3 modes) full/split (adjust range) auto/manual fish/shallow/deep up to 6 boxes split screen option full, half or split screen standard product SL760RC Plus 12v, 24v, 32v systems 10.7 - 44 volts 20W (fully backlit) 8.8x8.07x4.7 3.7 kg (8.2 lbs) bracket or panel 11 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad color 7" TFT LCD 640x480 (VGA) 100 levels (2) 2x C-MAP NT and NT+ -10C to +50C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFRwatts dual 200kHz/50kHz auto/manual 22 scales (2 to 1000m) auto/manual with shift auto/manual x2, x4, x6 (3 modes) full/split (adjust range) blue/black/white/grey auto/manual fish/shallow/deep up to 6 boxes split screen option full, half or split screen standard product SL1250 Plus 12v, 24v, 32v systems 10.7 - 44 volts 30W (fully backlit) 11.5x11.4x5.5 5.8kg (12.7lbs) bracket or panel 11 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad color 10" TFT LCD 640x480 (VGA) 100 levels (2) 2x C-MAP NT(+) option -10C to +50C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFRwatts dual 200kHz/50kHz auto/manual 26 scales (2 to 1700m) auto/manual with shift auto/manual x2, x4, x6 (3 modes) full/split (adjust range) blue/black/white/grey auto/manual fish/shallow/deep up to 6 boxes split screen option full, half or split screen SL1250RC Plus L755RC Plus 12v, 24v, 32v systems 10.7 - 44 volts 10W (fully backlit) 8.8x8.07x4.7 3.5kg (7.7lbs) bracket or panel 11 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad mono 7" FSTN LCD 320x240 (1/4 VGA) 64 levels (adjustable) (2) 2x C-MAP NT and NT+ -10C to +50C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFRwatts dual 200kHz/50kHz auto/manual 22 scales (2 to 1000m) auto/manual with shift auto/manual x2, x4, x6 (3 modes) full/split (adjust range) auto/manual fish/shallow/deep up to 6 boxes split screen option full, half or split screen standard product via hsb2/SeaTalk L760 Plus 12v, 24v, 32v systems 10.7 - 44 volts 20W (fully backlit)

L1250 Plus 12v, 24v, 32v systems 10.7 - 44 volts 30W (fully backlit) 11.5x11.4x5.5 5.8kg (12.7lbs) bracket or panel 11 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad color 10" TFT LCD 640x480 (VGA) 100 levels
8.8x8.07x4.7 3.5kg (7.7lbs) bracket or panel 11 defined, 4 soft keys trackpad color 7" TFT LCD 640x480 (VGA) 100 levels
(2) (2) 2x C-MAP NT(+) option 2x C-MAP NT(+) option -10C to +50C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFRwatts dual 200kHz/50kHz auto/manual 22 scales (2 to 1000m) auto/manual with shift auto/manual x2, x4, x6 (3 modes) full/split (adjust range) blue/black/white/grey auto/manual fish/shallow/deep up to 6 boxes split screen option full, half or split screen L760RC Plus via hsb2/SeaTalk -10C to +50C -10C to +70C up to 95% CFRwatts dual 200kHz/50kHz auto/manual 26 scales (2 to 1700m) auto/manual with shift auto/manual x2, x4, x6 (3 modes) full/split (adjust range) blue/black/white/grey auto/manual fish/shallow/deep up to 6 boxes split screen option full, half or split screen L1250RC Plus via hsb2/SeaTalk
*for the key features of the fishfinder with Raychart option refer also to the Pathfinder Plus Raychart specification 'key features' (page 63). **for the key features of the fishfinder with radar option refer also to the Pathfinder Plus radar specification 'key features' (pages 60 and 61).
Compact fishfinders E61007 L265 with transom transducer E61008 L265 with plastic through-hull E61009 L265 with bronze through-hull E61006 L265 display only E61011 L365 with transom transducer E61012 L365 with bronze through-hull E61010 L365 display only E61014 L470 with transom transducer E61015 L470 with bronze through-hull E61013 L470 display only
Pathfinder Plus SL Series fishfinder/Raycharts packaged with Raystar 120 GPS E63022 SL755RC 7" monochrome LCD (no transducer) E63023 SL755RC 7" monochrome LCD with transom transducer E63024 SL755RC 7" monochrome LCD with through-hull transducer E63025 SL760RC 7" color LCD (no transducer) E63026 SL760RC 7' color LCD with transom transducer E63027 SL760RC 7" color LCD with through-hull transducer E63029 SL1250RC 10.4" color LCD (no transducer)
Pathfinder Plus SL Series fishfinder E63028 SL1250 10.4" color LCD (no transducer or Raystar 120) Pathfinder Plus fishfinder/Raycharts with hsb2 E63007 L755RC 7' monochrome LCD (no transducer) E63008 L755RC 7" monochrome LCD with through-hull transducer E63009 L755RC 7" monochrome LCD with transom transducer E63010 L760RC 7" color LCD (no transducer) E63011 L760RC 7" color LCD with transom transducer

E63012 E63014

L760RC 7" color LCD with through-hull transducer L1250RC 10.4" color LCD (no transducer)
Pathfinder Plus fishfinder with hsb2 E63019 L760 7" color LCD (no transducer) E63020 L760 7" color LCD with transom transducer E63021 L760 7" color LCD with throughhull transducer E63013 L1250 10.4" color LCD (no transducer)

Fishfinder Systems

GENERAL L265 L365 L470 Power: Nominal voltage (volts DC) 12v systems 12v systems 12v systems Absolute voltage range (volts DC) 10.8 - 16.1 volts 10.8 - 16.1 volts 10.8 - 16.1 volts Power consumption (typical) watts 4.5W (fully backlit) 4.5W (fully backlit) 4.5W (fully backlit) Power consumption (standby) watts 2.0W (backlight off) 2.0W (backlight off) 2.0W (backlight off) Physical: Overall dimensions (WxHxD) inches 5.2x5.3x2.7 5.2x5.3x2.7 6.6x5.8x2.8 Product weight kg (lbs) 0.5 kg (1.1 lbs) 0.5 kg (1.1 lbs) 0.5 kg (1.1 lbs) Standard swivel bracket and optional panel mount Control type(s) 3 defined with trackpad 3 defined with trackpad 6 defined with trackpad Cursor (context sensitive) trackpad trackpad trackpad Color/mono mono mono mono Display size and type 4" FSTN LCD 4" FSTN LCD 5" FSTN LCD Display resolution 240 x x x 128 Display lighting (contrast) 2 settings (adjustable) 2 settings (adjustable) 6 levels (adjustable) Approvals: EMC (Europe and FCC) CE marked Environmental: Operating temperature range -10C to +70C -10C to +70C -10C to +70C Non operating temperature range -10C to +70C -10C to +70C -10C to +70C Humidity up to 95% up to 95% up to 95% Waterproofing standard CFR46 CFR46 CFR46 KEY FEATURES Nominal output power (RMS) 300 watts 300 watts 500 watts Frequency dual 200kHz/50kHz dual 200kHz/50kHz dual 200kHz/50kHz Gain auto/manual auto/manual auto/manual Range scales 14 scales (2m to 650m/6' to 2000') 14 scales (2m to 650m/6' to 2000') 21 scales (2m to 800m/6' to 2400') Range control auto/manual auto/manual auto/manual Zoom size auto/manual x2, x4, x6, x8 auto/manual x2, x4, x6, x8 auto/manual x2, x4, x6, x8 A-Scope Bottom Lock White Line Scroll speed freeze/slow/med/fast freeze/slow/med/fast freeze/slow/med/fast Fish symbols Variable Range Marker (VRM) Alarms fish/shallow/deep fish/shallow/deep fish/shallow/deep ADDITIONAL FEATURES AND DISPLAY OPTIONS Data Boxes speed/log/temperature speed/log/temperature Fishfinder presentation full or split screen full or split screen full or split screen

*Raymarine warrants each Raymarine VHF Radio for a period of 3 years/36 months.
Standard Raymarine warranty and radio warranty.
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Trademarks and registered trademarks Autohelm, HSB, Raymarine, RayTech, RayTech Navigator, Sail Pilot, SeaTalk and Sportpilot are registered trademarks of Raymarine Limited. Apelco is a registered trademark of Raymarine Holdings Limited. (Registered in all major marketing territories). AST, Autoadapt, Auto GST, Autoseastate, Autotrim, Bidata, Marine Intelligence, Maxiview, On Board, Raychart, Raynav, Raypilot, Raystar, ST40, ST60, Seaclutter, Smart Route, Tridata and Waypoint Navigation are trademarks of Raymarine Limited. C-MAP and C-MAP NT are registered trademarks of C-MAP SRL. Navionics is a registered trademark of Navionics Company, Italy. All other product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Photography Raymarine would like to thank the following organizations for the supply of lifestyle photography: Azimut S.p.A; Bavaria Yachts GMBH; Beneteau; Boston Whaler; Cobalt Boats; Fairline Boats PLC, Farr Pilot House Yachts; Formula; Hydro Sports; Linnsen Yachts B.V.; Luhrs Marine Group; Najad; Oyster Marine Ltd.;SeaRay Boats; Viknes; Billy Black; Martin Cleveland Photography; Jeff Gorbeck; Haddows Photography; Patrick Roach; Dick Shelton; Leigh Smith and Malcolm White. Safety notice Raymarine products are intended to be used as aids to navigation. Their accuracy can be affected by many factors, including environmental conditions, equipment failure or defects, and incorrect handling or use. It is the users responsibility to exercise common prudence and navigational judgment. Raymarine products should not be relied upon as a substitute for such prudence and judgment. The technical and graphical information contained in this catalog, to the best of our knowledge, was correct as it went to press. However, the Raymarine policy of continuous improvement and updating may change product specifications without prior notice. Therefore, unavoidable differences between the product and this catalog may occur from time to time, for which liability cannot be accepted by Raymarine.
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