Raymarine S1000 Autopilot Manual
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Raymarine S1000 Autopilot Installation Guide
Steer a course to the fish with a wireless remote control you can wear on your belt! If you have a hydraulically steered sport fishing boat up to 25 , the S1000 may very well be the weapon you are looking for in the hunt for fish. This affordable kit can be put together quickly with almost no wiring. Everything you need for installation is included in the S1000 box, including fittings, hoses and tools. It comes with an easy-to-use wireless remote, a course computer and a hydraulic pump. Outfitti... Read more
Brand: Raymarine Inc.
Part Number: 6842835
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Raymarine S1000 Autopilot User Guide
Welcome to the S1000 Autopilot
Handbooks can be such daunting things, cant they? Please dont worry, we have made this guide as simple as possible. Your guide contains an explanation on how to use your S1000, so finding your way around will become second nature. If all you want to do is power up and get going, thats fine. But if you want to know more about what your S1000 will do for you, youll find it here. Document Number: 81245-2 Date: January 2005
Raymarine S1000 Autopilot
1 - Getting Started
System Components... 5 Changing the Controller batteries.. 5 The S100 Autopilot Controller... 6 How do I power the system on?.. 7
2 - Using your S1000
How do I use the autopilot?.. 9 How do I automatically steer straight?. 10 How do I follow a route from my GPS?. 11 How do I follow a circle pattern?.. 12 How do I follow a zig-zag pattern?.. 13 How do I follow a cloverleaf pattern?.. 14 How do I dodge an obstacle?... 15
3 - Setting up your S1000
How do I change the pattern direction?.. 17 How do I change my boat type?.. 18 How do I adjust the autopilot settings.. 19 Setting up the autopilot (Autolearn).. 25 How do I adjust the autopilot settings?. 21 What is Rudder Gain?.. 22 What is Counter Rudder?.. 23 What is Response?... 24 What is Auto Trim?... 24
4 - Alarms and Troubleshooting
S1000 Alarm messages.. 27 Fault finding... 29 Safety alarm.. 30 General maintenance.. 30 Dealer maintenance Procedures... 30 Product support... 33
5 - Important Information
Safety Notices... 35 Declaration of Conformity.. 38 EMC Guidelines... 38
The S1000 system is comprised of a Course Computer, Controller and Hydraulic Pump. Please ensure that these have been installed and commissioned correctly using the S1000 Installation Guide. Finally, check that your system is receiving a good GPS signal through the NMEA or SeaTalk connection.
S1000 Course Computer
Changing the Controller batteries
The S100 Controller is powered by 2 AAA batteries which are located in the back of the unit. Ensure that only good quality alkaline batteries are used. Do not use rechargeable batteries. A small cross-head screwdriver will be required to undo the battery cover screws. Remove the batteries from the unit if you do not intend using it for more than a month. Follow the battery manufacturerss instructions for proper care and disposal of used batteries.
The S100 Autopilot Controller
NAVIGATE PORT Use in PILOT mode to power steer your boat. Press and hold for Smart Steer NAVIGATE STARBOARD Use in PILOT mode to power steer your boat. Press and hold for Smart Steer PILOT Use to activate the autopilot.
MODE Press to select required pilot mode.
STANDBY (POWER ON) When off, press to power on the S100 Use to return to manual control of your boat when in PILOT mode. Press and hold to access Pilot Setup
How do I power the system on?
POWER ON Ensure that the S1000 and GPS is powered on at the ships breaker. On the controller, press and hold the STANDBY button. The handset will beep, the display will read STANDBY and youre ready to go.
Power Saving Mode
If you are in STANDBY mode (autopilot off), the handset will automatically turn off if no button has been pressed for 5 minutes. This will help to extend the battery life.
Wireless signal strength
Wireless signal strength (5 levels) is shown on the right hand side of the display.
When using your S100, you can temporarily lock the autopilot keys to ensure that it is not accidentally operated.
How do I activate the keylock? Press and hold the mode button until you see the key symbol and LOCK message. Note: You cannot activate keylock when the autopilot is in control of your boat. How do I turn off the keylock? Press mode followed by the PILOT button. A KEYLOCK OFF message will be displayed.
Using your S1000 System
How do I use the autopilot?
Your S1000 can steer your boat according to one of its preset modes. The modes that are available depend on your boat type. Each of these are explained on the following pages. As your S1000 uses a Course-over-Ground (COG) reading from your GPS to determine the correct heading, you will need to ensure that you have travelled at over 3 knots, for more than 30 seconds before you activate the autopilot.
Available modes POWER FISHING
AUTO TRACK ZIGZAG CIRCLE CLOVER
You can change your boat type in the autopilot setup pages - See page 20
How do I automatically steer straight?
To continue on your current heading under autopilot control, use the AUTO mode. This will steer you in a straight line ahead until commanded otherwise. AUTO mode can be used in conjunction with SMARTSTEER to give you remote, power-steering control of your boat.
3 Activates autopilot in AUTO mode Returns the boat to manual steering
From any screen: 1. Steer your boat onto the desired heading. 2. Check that there are no obstructions. 3. Press the PILOT key to activate the autopilot.
AUTO mode is also available for selection via the MODE button
How do I follow a route from my GPS?
Your autopilot can follow a route that you have previously set on your GPS or Chartplotter. Ensure that your GPS/Chartplotter is sending valid SeaTalk or NMEA 0183 data.
press repeatedly until you reach TRACK activates autopilot in TRACK mode Press when asked to accept new heading.
From any screen: 1. Press MODE repeatedly until TRACK is displayed. 2. Press PILOT to activate TRACK mode. 3. If a valid route is received, the S100 will tell you the direction in which it will turn the boat and the new heading it will steer to. Press PILOT to accept. Note: At each waypoint, confirmation of turn will be required. Press PILOT to accept.
On arrival at each waypoint
Press when asked to accept new heading.
How do I follow a circle pattern?
When you select CIRCLE mode, your current position is marked as the center of the circle pattern. Your autopilot will now gently steer your boat into the circle of the selected size.
press repeatedly until you reach CIRCLE change pattern size (Sml, Med or Large)
From any screen: 1. Press MODE repeatedly until CIRCLE is displayed. 2. Use the PORT and STARBOARD keys to change the size (S, M or L) if required 3. Press the PILOT key to activate the autopilot
activates autopilot in CIRCLE mode
If your circles are gradually becoming larger, increase the response setting and restart the circle pattern.
How do I follow a zig-zag pattern?
When you enter ZIGZAG mode, the autopilot will use your current position and heading as the center line of the zig-zag. The autopilot will now gently steer your boat into the pattern starting with a turn to starboard.
press repeatedly until you reach ZIGZAG change pattern size (Sml, Med or Large)
From any screen: 1. Press MODE repeatedly until ZIGZAG is displayed. 2. Use the PORT and STARBOARD keys to change the size (S, M or L) if required 3. Press the PILOT key to activate the autopilot
activates autopilot in ZIG ZAG mode
Fishing patterns are designed to work at speeds up to 15kts. Check your speed before starting.
How do I follow a cloverleaf pattern?
When you enter CLOVERLEAF mode, the autopilot will use your current position as the center point. The autopilot will then steer your boat through a series of starboard turns, repeatedly intersecting the start point.
3 press repeatedly until you reach CLOVERLEAF change pattern size (Sml, Med or Large)
From any screen: 1. Press MODE repeatedly until CLOVERLEAF is displayed. 2. Use the PORT and STARBOARD keys to change the size (S, M or L) if required 3. Press the PILOT key to activate the autopilot
activates autopilot in CLOVERLEAF mode
You can change the pattern direction in PILOT SETUP (See section 3)
How do I dodge an obstacle?
Even when the autopilot is activated, you are are still able to override it. If, for example, you encounter an obstacle, or you just wish to change direction by a few degrees.
With the autopilot activated:
With the autopilot activated: 1. A brief press of the PORT or STARBOARD key will make a 1 course change in that direction. Use this method for course changes up to 20 2. A press and hold of the PORT or STARBOARD key will execute a controlled turn until you release the button. (SmartSteer) 3. The autopilot will now resume on the new heading.
or press or
1 course change (Dodge)
Large course change (SmartSteer) press and hold
returns the boat to manual steering
Using the PORT and STARBOARD keys when in AUTO mode allows you to power-steer your boat
your S1000 System
How do I change the pattern direction?
You can change the default autopilot pattern direction.
3 Pilot Setup
press and hold
1. Press and hold STANDBY for 2 seconds to enter PILOT SETUP mode. 2. Press mode until the display reads PATTERN DIRECTION 3. Press the PORT or STARBOARD key to toggle between CLOCKWISE and ANTICLOCK 4. Press STANDBY to leave Pilot setup and return to normal mode.
PATTERN DIRECTION CLOCKWISE or ANTICLOCK
The default direction is CLOCKWISE. The first turn in any pattern will always be to starboard
How do I change my boat type?
Your system can be set to suit the type of vessel to which it is fitted. This ensures that the user interface will offer you the most relevant features.
1. Press and hold STANDBY for 2 seconds to enter PILOT SETUP mode. 2. Press mode until the display reads BOAT TYPE 3. Press the PORT or STARBOARD key to toggle between POWER, SAIL and FISHING 4. Press STANDBY to leave Pilot setup and return to normal mode.
BOAT TYPE POWER SAIL or FISHING Normal mode
S1000 Fishing patterns are only available in FISHING mode
Setting up the autopilot
Before you use your S1000 autopilot for the first time, you will need to run through the automatic configuration utility - AutoLearn. AutoLearn requires a significant amount of CLEAR SEA SPACE in front of your boat. It will take your boat through a series of zig-zag manouvers until it has acquired enough data. If you need to cancel AutoLearn at any time, press STANDBY to gain manual control.
1. Press and hold STANDBY for 2 seconds to enter PILOT SETUP mode. 2. Press mode until the display reads AUTOLEARN 3. Press the PILOT key to activate AUTOLEARN.
AUTOLEARN press to start AutoLearn procedure
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For best results, perform AUTOLEARN whilst steering INTO wind and waves.
1 minute (approximately)
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To continue AutoLearn, steer straight ahead, set the speed at 15 to 20 knots. Planing boats should be on the plane. Press standby at any time to return to hand steering
3 CLEAR TO MANEUVER?
1. If it is clear to begin AutoLearn, press the PILOT key. 2. Your boat will make a series of zig-zag turns with the display showing a step number. 3. Typically, AutoLearn will be complete within 7 to 27 steps. A LRN PASS or LRN FAIL message indicates the end of AutoLearn.
AutoLearn ends with either: LRN PASS LRN FAIL
Boat completes AutoLearn
LEARNING STEP 1
AutoLearn successful After LEARN PASS 7 to 27 EXIT steps
Note: If you see a LRN FAIL message, press STANDBY to return to the AUTOLEARN screen, then repeat from Step 2
Save new settings
To: save AutoLearn calibration settings
For best results, perform the AUTOLEARN whilst steering INTO wind and waves.
How do I adjust the autopilot settings
Use the Pilot Parameters screen to fine tune your autopilot. This section is recommended for experienced users only.
1. Press and hold STANDBY for 2 seconds to enter PILOT SETUP mode. 2. Press mode until the display reads SETUP 3. Press the PILOT key to access detailed setup menu. 4. Press mode to scroll thorugh the available settings. The current value for each will be displayed alongside 5. Press the PILOT key to adjust the value.
to scroll through settings to adjust value
save setting and return to Pilot Setup menu
Rudder Gain Counter Rudder Response Auto Trim Details of each setting are given on the following pages
Autolearn will have set these to the optimum values. You should not normally need to change these.
What is Rudder Gain?
Boats can vary widely in their response to helm, and by adjusting the rudder gain you can change the S1000's steering characteristics. Rudder gain is a measure of how much helm the S1000 applies to correct course errors higher settings mean more rudder is applied. This can be set in the range 1 to 9.
To determine if your rudder gain is appropriate, make a 40 turn in AUTO mode Gain is correct when you make a crisp turn followed by an overshoot of no more than 5. Gain is too high when you overshoot the turn by more than 5 and there is a distinct S in the course (A) Gain is too low when the boats performance is sluggish and it takes a long time to make a turn. There is also no overshoot (B)
New heading B Rudder gain too low Rudder gain too high Correct rudder gain
New heading A New heading
You will find it easier to recognize the steering response in calm sea conditions
What is Counter Rudder?
Counter rudder is the amount of rudder your S1000 applies to try to prevent the boat from veering off course. Higher counter rudder settings result in more rudder being applied. This can be set in the range 1 to 9.
To determine if your counter rudder setting is appropriate, make a 90 turn in AUTO mode Counter Rudder is correct when you make a a smooth continuous turn with minimal overshoot. Counter Rudder is too high when the boat fights the turn and makes a series of short, sharp turns resulting in a very mechanical feel as the boat changes course Counter Rudder is too low when the boat overshoots the turn.
New heading B Counter Rudder too low Counter Rudder too high Correct Counter Rudder New heading A New heading
What is Response?
This sets the S1000 response level setting. The response level controls the relationship between course keeping accuracy and the amount of helm/ drive activity. Range is from 1 to 9. level 1 minimizes the amount of pilot activity. This conserves power, but may compromise short-term course-keeping accuracy levels 4 to 6 should give good course keeping with crisp, well controlled turns under normal operating conditions level 9 gives the tightest course keeping and greatest rudder activity (and power consumption). This can lead to a rough passage in open waters as the pilot may fight the sea.
What is Auto Trim?
The AutoTrim setting determines the rate at which the S1000 applies standing helm to correct for trim changes caused by varying wind loads on the superstructure. The default AutoTrim is set during the autolearn process: If you need to change the setting, increase the AutoTrim one level at a time and use the lowest acceptable value: decrease the AutoTrim level if the S1000 gives unstable course keeping or producing a long S in the wake. increase the AutoTrim level if the S1000 reacts slowly to a heading change and hangs off course.
Alarms and Troubleshooting
S1000 Alarm messages
When the S1000 detects a fault or failure on the system, it will activate one of the alarm messages listed in the following table. Unless otherwise stated, you should respond to the alarm by pressing standby to clear the alarm and return to manual control, before you attempt to resolve the problem. In some situations, the S1000 will raise more than one alarm. When you have dealt with the first alarm, it will display the next alarm.
ALARM MESSAGE CURRENT LIMIT POSSIBLE CAUSE and SOLUTION Serious drive failure the drive is taking too much current due to short-circuit or jamming. Check the drive unit and wiring. The autopilot is unable to turn the rudder (this occurs if the weather load on helm is too high. Check drive. This alarm occurs if you try to activate the pilot before it is ready. Your boat must be run at more than 3 knots for longer than 30 seconds before activating the pilot. This alarm will sound when you are more than 0.3nm from your planned track. The alarm will also state if you are to PORT or STARBOARD of the track, AutoLearn not completed successfully. Failure codes: 1 = AutoLearn has not been carried out 2 = AutoLearn failed, usually due to manual interruption 4 = AutoLearn failed, possibly due to drive failure Repeat the AutoLearn procedure. Motor cables are connected to power terminals (and power cables are connected to motor terminals) at course computer. Turn off power and swap over connections.
LRN FAIL 1, 2 or 4
MOT POW SWAPPED
ALARM MESSAGE NO DATA
POSSIBLE CAUSE and SOLUTION The autopilot is in Track mode and: the autopilot is not receiving SeaTalk navigation data, or your GPS is receiving a low strength signal, this will clear when the signal improves Note: The autopilot stops adjusting the heading as soon as it loses data. The S1000 autopilot is not receiving valid COG data from your GPS system. Check the connections and that your GPS unit is powered on and setup to transmit COG data. Your GPS is receiving a low strength signal, this will clear when the signal improves The controller is not receiving data from the autopilot. Check connections and that the S1000 course computer is switched on. This alarm sounds if you have been off course from the locked heading for more than 20 seconds. It also states if you are to the PORT or STARBOARD of the intended heading.
NO GPS COG
NO GPS FIX NO PILOT
REGISTRATION INCOMPLETE The registration of your new handset cannot be completed as the system has detected other handsets in the vicinity. 1. Switch off all other remote handheld units. and repeat the registration process. 2. If this error persists, take your boat to open water (with no other vessel within 100 ft) and repeat the registration process. ROUTE COMPLETE This sounds on the completion of a track. Press PILOT to continue on the same heading or STANDBY for manual control. The ships battery voltage has dropped below acceptable limits, check the charge state of the battery. Your speed has fallen below 3 knots. You must be travelling faster for the pilot to operate
ALARM MESSAGE TOO FAST TO FISH WAYPOINT ADVANCE
POSSIBLE CAUSE and SOLUTION Fishing patterns will only operate at speeds below 15kts. Check your speed. You have arrived at a waypoint on your route. The autopilot is now requesting permission to turn onto the next leg, press PILOT to accept.
All Raymarine products are designed to provide many years of trouble-free operation. We also put them through comprehensive testing and quality assurance procedures before shipping. If a fault occurs with your S1000, use the fault finding tables in this section to help identify the problem and provide a solution. If you cannot resolve the problem yourself, refer to the product support information.
SYMPTOM Display is blank Autopilot not responding. POSSIBLE CAUSE and SOLUTION No power press standby to power up the S100 or change the batteries. Drive the boat for 30 seconds at above 2.5kts and retry. Check autopilot connections. Check GPS is switched on and connected.
Boat turns slowly and takes a Rudder gain too low. Complete AutoLearn or long time to come onto course increase gain setting. Boat overshoots when turning Rudder gain too high. Complete AutoLearn or onto a new course decrease gain setting. Position information not received Navigator not transmitting the correct position data.
The pilot will not auto advance No bearing to waypoint information received from to the next waypoint. the navigator. Instruments powered from SeaTalk will not power up Check connections Check fuses
When activated, the Safety alarm will sound 3 times at 1 second intervals. This occurs when the autopilot is in control of your boat and: the S1000 loses contact with all of its controllers (including wired controllers), OR the S1000 loses GPS signal. In both instances, the S1000 will revert to STANDBY and you will need to take the helm.
Routine checks The S1000 computer and S100 controller do NOT contain user-serviceable parts. If you remove the main cover you will invalidate the warranty. It should be serviced only by authorized Raymarine service technician. As a result, user maintenance is limited to the following checks make sure all cable connectors are firmly attached and free of corrosion examine for signs of wear or damage replace any damaged cables replace batteries when necessary
Cleaning the S1000 and S100 Take care when cleaning the display. Avoid wiping the display screen with a dry cloth as this could scratch the screen coating. If necessary, only use a mild detergent. Never use chemical or abrasive materials to clean the computer or controller. If it is dirty, wipe it with a clean, damp cloth.
Dealer Maintenance Procedures
This section includes procedures that have a significant impact on autopilot operation and can affect your boats safety. You will not need to follow these procedures in normal operation. We therefore recommend that these are only performed by authorized service personnel. Accessing the dealer calibration area. From STANDBY mode, press and hold STANDBY for 2 seconds to enter PILOT SETUP. Then press and hold mode for 5 seconds until the dealer calibration screen is displayed. Subsequent presses of mode will cycle through the calibration options. Hardware and Software version numbers Use this screen to display the version and serial numbers for the unit. Contrast Use the < and > keys to adjust the contrast to a satisfactory level. Self test Press PILOT to start the unit test sequence and then follow the on-screen instructions. This will test the display, buzzer and button functions. Diagnostics Press PILOT to display the status of the wireless link. Handset Registration Raymarine wireless systems demand that each wireless controller is registered to a basestation, in this case a S1000. This registration process is to prevent unauthorized control of your boat by another user nearby. Your S1000 system is supplied with the handset pre-registered to the S1000. There may be instances where you want to move your controller to another boat and use it with another system. In this case, you will need to de-register from the current system and register with the new system. You can do this using the REGISTRATION function.
To Register a handset In the DEALER menu, at REGISTRATION, press PILOT. If the S100 is not registered, the display will read NOT REGISTERED. Press > to start the registration process, you can press < at any time to stop the search.
HANDSET NOT REGISTERED REGISTER
When the S1000 is found by the SmartController and registration is complete, the display will read REGISTERED
Note: For successful registration, ensure that all other handheld units on your boat are turned off. If you try to register a new handset with others active, you will see a REGISTRATION INCOMPLETE message. To de-register a handset In the DEALER menu, at REGISTRATION, press PILOT.
If the S100 is already registered, then the display will read REGISTERED. Press > to continue, or STANDBY to cancel the operation. The S100 will attempt to communicate with the S1000 and de-register. When complete, the display will read NOT REGISTERED. If the S100 cannot communicate with the S1000 then a BASE NOT FOUND message will be displayed. It is still possible to de-register the S100 at this point by pressing >. To leave without de-registering, press STANDBY. Factory Reset This option will clear all settings from the S100 and the S1000. Press and hold the PILOT key for 2 seconds to activate the reset. Note: A reset does not alter the registration status of the S100
Raymarine products are supported by a worldwide network of distributors and Authorized Service Representatives. If you encounter any difficulties with this product, please contact either your national distributor, service representative, or the Raymarine Technical Services Call Center. Refer to the back cover or www.raymarine.com for contact details. Before you consider returning the autopilot, make sure that the power supply cable is sound and that all connections are tight and free from corrosion. If the connections are secure, refer to the Fault Finding section in this chapter. If you cannot trace or rectify the fault, contact your nearest Raymarine dealer or Service Center, specifying: The S1000 controller and S1000 computer serial numbers: the controller serial number is printed on its rear cover the computer serial number is printed under its connector cover the controller and computer software version numbers
Important Safety Information
In-line power switch Should you need to power off the autopilot quickly, use the in-line power switch.
Product installation This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the instructions contained in this handbook. Failure to do so could result in poor product performance, personal injury and/or damage to your boat. Before installing the S1000 computer and drive unit, check that they are the correct voltage for your boats supply. As correct performance of the boats steering is critical for safety, we STRONGLY RECOMMEND that an Authorized Raymarine Service Representative fits this product. WARNING: Electrical Safety Make sure the power supply is switched off before you make any electrical connections. WARNING: Calibration We supply this product calibrated to default settings that should provide initial stable performance for most boats. To ensure optimum performance on your boat, you must complete the AutoLearn procedure as described in Chapter 3.
WARNING: Navigation aid Although we have designed this product to be accurate and reliable, many factors can affect its performance. As a result, it should only be used as an aid to navigation and should never replace common sense and navigational judgement. Always maintain a permanent watch so you can respond to situations as they develop. WARNING: Autopilot controller If the wireless controller is your only method of operating the autopilot, ensure that an in-line power switch is fitted to the autopilot power supply as detailed in the S1000 autopilot installation guide. Your S1000 will add a new dimension to your boating enjoyment. However, it is the skippers responsibility to ensure the safety of the boat at all times by following these basic rules: Ensure that someone is present at the helm AT ALL TIMES, to take manual control in an emergency. Make sure that all members of crew know how to disengage the autopilot. Regularly check for other boats and any obstacles to navigation no matter how clear the sea may appear, a dangerous situation can develop rapidly. Maintain an accurate record of the boats position by using either a navigation aid or visual bearings. Maintain a continuous plot of your boats position on a current chart. Ensure that the locked autopilot heading will steer the boat clear of all obstacles. Make proper allowance for tidal set the autopilot cannot. Even when your autopilot is locked onto the desired track using a navigation aid, always maintain a log and make regular positional plots. Navigation signals can produce significant
errors under some circumstances and the autopilot will not be able to detect these errors. General Care and Safety Do not leave the controller in places where the temperature could exceed 60C (140F). Do not attempt to dismantle the S1000, the controller or any of its accessories. Switch off your S1000 system at a refuelling point, even if you are not refuelling your own vessel. The operation of some medical electronic devices such as hearing aids and pacemakers, may be affected if a controller is used next to them. Observe the manufacturers recommendations for such devices. Radio frequency energy Your S1000 and S100 are both low- power radio transmitters and receivers. When they are turned on, they intermittently receive and transmit radio frequency (RF) energy (radio waves). Exposure to radio frequency energy The S1000 and S100 are designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to RF energy set by national authorities and international health agencies These limits establish permitted levels of radio wave exposure for the general population. An example of a radio frequency exposure guideline and standard that the S1000 and S100 are designed to conform to is: BS EN 50371:2002 - Generic standard to demonstrate the compliance of low-power electronic and electrical apparatus with the basic restrictions related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields. FCC Information These devices comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) these devices may not cause harmful
interference and (2) these devices must accept interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved in writing by Raymarine could violate compliance with FCC rules and void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Disposal Disposal of this product, at the end of its useful life, should be in accordance with local regulations.
This Raymarine autopilot includes the S100 controller and the S1000 autopilot, which are intended for use on leisure vessel and small work boats
Declaration of Conformity
Hereby Raymarine UK Ltd., declare that the S1000 and S100 are in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the Directive 1999/5/EC The original Declaration of Conformity certificate may be viewed on the relevant product page at www.raymarine.com
All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational 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.
Connections to other equipment If your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipment using a cable not supplied by Raymarine, a suppression ferrite MUST always be attached to the cable near to the Raymarine unit.
To the best of our knowledge, the information in this handbook was correct when it went to press. However, Raymarine cannot accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions it may contain. In addition, our policy of continuous product improvement may change specifications without notice. As a result, Raymarine cannot accept liability for any differences between the product and the handbook.
SeaTalk is a Registered Trademark of Raymarine All other trademarks used in this document are acknowledged. Copyright Raymarine UK Limited 2004
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SmartPilot S1000 Autopilot Installation Guide
Document Number: 87040-3 Date: February 2005
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Welcome to the Raymarine S1000 Autopilot
Congratulations on having bought a Raymarine S1000 Autopilot. This state-of-the-art product is specifically designed to be easily integrated with your boats steering system, and enable you to automatically control the steering.
S1000 Autopilot System
Existing hydraulic steering system S100 Remote
GPS input The S1000 requires GPS data (SeaTalk or NMEA compatible), to operate correctly
Pump control Alarm signal
Autopilot pump Safety alarm
The S1000 Autopilot is intended for use in: HC5345, HC5347, HC5348, and HC5358 SeaStar steering systems. Systems with HC4600, HC4645, HC4647, HC4648, and HC4658, BayStar steering rams. Systems with Hynautic K6 steering rams.
SeaTalk is a Registered Trademark of Raymarine SeaStar is a Registered Trademark of Teleflex Incorporated BayStar is a Trademark of Teleflex Incorporated NMEA is a Registered Trademark of the National Marine Electronics Assocociation All other trademarks used in this document are acknowledged.
Copyright Raymarine UK Limited 2005
S1000 Autopilot Installation Guide
Connect the autopilot pump to your existing steering system.
Bleed the steering system.
Secure the autopilot pump.
Fit the course computer.
Fit miscellaneous items
In-line power switch
Make electrical connections
Carry out post installation checks
Before starting to install your S1000 Autopilot, please take time to read this guide. In particular, please take note of the safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) information at the end of this guide. WARNING: This product must be installed and operated in accordance with the Raymarine instructions provided. Failure to observe this could result in personal injury, damage to the boat and/or poor product performance. The installation procedures are described in a rational sequence, but because of variations in boat design, space available etc, you may need to adapt the sequence to suit your particular circumstances. Before you start fitting your S1000 Autopilot, we recommend you: Unpack your S1000 Autopilot and check that all parts are present. Plan your S1000 Autopilot installation so that you fit the components in the best possible locations.
The S1000 Autopilot must receive position information from a suitable GPS in order to function correctly. GPS systems compatible with SeaTalk or NMEA or both, are suitable. If you need advice as to which GPS to use, please contact your Raymarine dealer.
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What you need
Elbow fitting, x 4 Autopilot Pump Anti-vibration mounts x 2 'T' fitting x 2 Straight fitting x 2
High pressure steering hoses (x 2) Nitrile gloves
Low pressure transparent bleeding hose
Wrench 12 mm AF x 19 mm AF Drill 3.4 mm Course Computer Safety alarm
Drain cups Belt clip assembly
Fill cups 1 pint (0.5 liter) hydraulic fluid
S100 Remote & 2 x cradles Connector block
Miscellaneous cable ties
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Tools & materials required
Pencil Screwdriver, No. 2 Pozidriv Countersink bit
Drill Screwdriver, medium, flat blade Screwdriver, small, flat blade Absorbent, disposable wipes
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In order to make the installation as trouble free as possible, we strongly recommend you spend adequate time planning the best locations for your autopilot components. This is particularly important when considering the position of the autopilot pump, as hydraulic hoses are supplied in fixed lengths, so there are some limitations on the positioning of the autopilot pump with respect to the boats helm pump. If you have internet access, please view the installation video on line at www.raymarine.com. Before you disturb your hydraulic steering system, we strongly recommend that you consult the manufacturer and read the steering system manuals.
Locating the course computer
At least 3 ft (1 meter)
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Locating autopilot pump
Autopilot pump to be lower than helm pump.
Provide protection from physical damage.
Install in a dry location.
Do not fit in engine compartments, near fuel tanks or in any other area where fuel vapor is likely.
No sharp bends, kinks or chafing of tube.
Mount pump location either horizontally or with connector end up. Do not mount pump with connector end down.
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Using the hydraulic hoses
Three, pre-assembled hydraulic hoses are supplied. Two of these are dark-colored, high pressure steering hoses and the third is a transparent low-pressure hose. The transparent hose is intended to help you check for air bubbles when bleeding the system and must be used only to connect the autopilot pump reservoir to the lower connector on the helm pump. It must NOT be used anywhere else in the system.
e Res Bleed
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Sealing hydraulic joints
Do not use sealing tape on any part of a hydraulic system, as this can disintegrate and the resulting particles can cause blockages in the hydraulic system. Tapered thread
Thread for hose connection
Do not apply sealant to hose connection thread.
Installing tapered thread fittings 1.
CAUTION: Do not exceed 13 ft/lbs (17.6 Nm) torque.
From hand tight, use a wrench to tighten the joint a further 1.5 turns. This should make it leakproof.
CAUTION: Do not exceed 13 ft/lbs (17.6 Nm) torque. DO NOT EXCEED 2.5 TURNS in total, from hand tight.
To change the orientation of the joint to align it with the hose, further tighten the joint, to a maximum of one further turn, until the joint is facing the required direction.
Note: The hydraulic fittings supplied with the autopilot pump have sealant preapplied to the tapered threads. You only need to apply sealant to any extra joints you may obtain. The recommended sealant for doing this, is Loctite 542.
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1. Connecting the autopilot pump
Connecting the autopilot pump, sheet 1
Do not allow hydraulic fluid to come into contact with your skin. Wear the protective nitrile gloves provided when working with hydraulic fluid.
A sudden release of pressure from a hydraulic system could result in personal injury. Before disconnecting any part of a hydraulic steering system, safely release any pressure in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
The autopilot pump is not suitable for use in the vicinity of engines, fuel tanks or in any other area where fuel vapor is likely to be present. CAUTION: Do not use the transparent hose for connecting any part of the steering system other than between the autopilot pump reservoir and the lower connector on the helm pump.
1. Secure the required hydraulic joints
(elbow or straight) into the autopilot pump, as described under Installing
tapered thread fittings.
2. Connect the hydraulic hoses to the
autopilot pump. Ensure the transparent hose is connected to the reservoir connector. Starboard connector
P Po rt
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Connecting the autopilot pump, sheet 2 3. Set steering to dead ahead
and do not move it until instructed.
4. Remove & retain the helm pump
5. Remove & retain the plug from the
helm pump lower connector, and drain the fluid into one of the cups provided. Discard the drained fluid in accordance with local regulations.
6. Label the port ram hose to aid future
reassembly, then disconnect both ram hoses & straight connectors from the helm pump.
Using the Installing tapered thread fittings procedure, fit 'T' connectors to the helm pump port and starboard connectors, and a straight connector to the helm pump lower connector.
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Connecting the autopilot pump, sheet 3 8. Connect hydraulic steering hoses from
autopilot pump Port and Starboard connectors to the Port and Starboard connectors on the helm pump, so that Port connects to Port, and Starboard connects to Starboard.
Re-connect the ram hoses to the appropriate helm pump 'T' connectors.
to steering ram
10. Connect the transparent hose from autopilot pump reservoir hose to the
straight connector at the helm pump lower connector.
This completes the connection of the autopilot pump. Now bleed the steering system.
Po rt rt
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2. Bleeding the steering system
WARNING: Do not allow hydraulic fluid to come into contact with your skin. Wear the protective nitrile gloves provided when working with hydraulic fluid. Connecting the autopilot pump will introduce air into the steering system, making it feel spongy and lumpy to operate. To return the steering system to smooth operation, use the procedure given here to bleed the air from the system.
Bleed procedure, sheet 1 1. Top up the helm pump with hydraulic fluid.
2. Loosen the autopilot
pump bleed screw 2 full turns.
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Bleed procedure, sheet 2 3. Using a suitable screwdriver, turn the
autopilot pump shaft so that the flat on the shaft is toward the PORT side of the pump.
4. SLOWLY turn the wheel counter-clockwise and observe
the bubbles in the transparent tube. Keep the helm pump reservoir topped up while doing this. Keep turning the wheel counter-clockwise until there are no more bubbles i.e. so the hydraulic fluid in the transparent tube is clear.
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Bleed procedure, sheet 3 5. Using
a suitable screwdriver, turn the autopilot pump shaft so that the flat on the shaft is toward the starboard (STBD) side of the pump.
6. SLOWLY turn the wheel clockwise and observe the bubbles
in the transparent tube. Keep the helm pump reservoir topped up while doing this. Keep turning the wheel counter-clockwise until there are no more bubbles i.e. so the hydraulic fluid in the transparent tube is clear.
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Bleed procedure, sheet 4 7. Top up the hydraulic fluid.
Correct fluid level
8. Turn the autopilot pump bleed screw, fully clockwise, and hand-tighten it.
9. Replace the helm pump breather cap.
This completes the bleed procedure. Now secure the pump.
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3. Securing the pump
Securing the pump
Place the pump at the intended location and mark holes for the fixing screws.
Drill two 1/8" (3.4 mm) pilot holes for the fixing screws.
Countersink the pilot holes to prevent damage to the mounting surface.
When the autopilot pump is secure, fit the course computer.
Slide the anti-vibration mounts onto the pump bracket feet, then secure the pump with the screws provided.
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4. Fitting the course computer
Securing course computer
1. Mark holes for fixing screws. 2. Drill two 1/8" (3.4 mm) pilot holes for fixing screws.
3. Countersink the pilot holes to prevent damage to the mounting surface.
4. Partially screw in the screws provided, then slot the course computer onto the screws, and tighten screws.
The course computer is now secure.
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5. Fitting miscellaneous items
1. Mark holes for fixing screws.
2. Drill two 1/8" (3.4 mm) pilot holes.
3. Countersink the pilot holes to prevent
damage to the mounting surface.
4. Secure the safety alarm with the
Fitting batteries in S100 Remote
2 x AAA batteries (supplied).
When replacing, use only high-quality alkaline, AAA size batteries.
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Fitting S100 Remote cradle At fixed position 1. Mark holes for the fixing screws. On belt clip 1.
2. Drill three 1/8" (3.4 mm) pilot
holes for the fixing screws.
2. 3. 3. Countersink the pilot holes to
prevent damage to the mounting surface.
4. Secure the cradle.
To separate cradle from clip
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In-line power switch Locating
Fit the in-line power switch in a readily-accessible location.
Securing 1. 2.
Cut 11/16" (18 mm)
1/ inch 5
(5 mm) maximum
Ensure the protrusion on the switch barrel goes fully into the mounting hole.
When all items have been fitted, connect up the system electrics.
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6. Electrical connections
WARNING: Before making electrical connections to any part of the S1000 system, ensure the power source for the system is switched off.
See Diagram A See Diagram B
See Diagram B
See Diagram C & Diagram D
See Diagram C
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Connecting wires When you need to join wires, use the either the supplied Scotchlock connectors or terminal block, as appropriate.
Note: Scotchlock connectors are suitable for joining thin, data wires. They are NOT suitable for
connecting the safety alarm.
S1000 Autopilot Grounding
The S1000 Autopilot system requires an RF ground connection to be made, to ensure complete conformance with the EU regulations requirements AFTER installation. The RF ground connection is also essential to maintain the electromagnetic performance of the system in all installations, regardless of local regulations requirements (world wide). Failure to provide an RF ground when the S1000 Autopilot is installed could result in a degraded electromagnetic performance and may affect the operation of the system. The recommended MINIMUM requirement for an RF ground lead is: Flat, tinned copper braid, 0.25 inch (6.5 mm) width minimum. Equivalent stranded wire diameter 0.16 inch (4 mm)
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Diagram A: Connecting RF ground - preferred method
Product Code: A18107
FCC ID PJ5S1000 IC: 4069B-S1000
Raymarine Ltd Portsmouth PO3 5TD England
If the boat does not have a ground plate, use the alternative method shown in the following diagram, to connect the RF ground.
Boat hull RF Ground Plate
Note: Use this method of connecting the terminal, ONLY if the boat does not have an RF grounding plate. When using this method, do NOT connect the terminal to any other point.
Product Code: A18107 Product Code: A18107
Now connect the power & the autopilot pump.
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Diagram B: Connecting power & autopilot pump
Brown Integral 10 A fuse
Blue Integral ferrite
12 V Power supply In-line power switch
Now make the necessary Data Cable connections.
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Diagram C: Connecting the Data Cable
Course Computer GPS requirement
The S1000 must receive GPS information to function correctly. Use the Data Cable supplied, to connect the Course Computer to a GPS, using either of the following methods: 1. To a Raymarine GPS via SeaTalk connections. 2. To a Raymarine GPS via NMEA spur. 3. To a non-Raymarine GPS via NMEA spur.
Clip ferrite to Data Cable, as close to the connector as possible
NMEA connector (not supplied), from GPS NMEA Spur When connecting NMEA data from an external source, always connect via the NMEA spur on the Data Cable. Do NOT connect NMEA data from an external source directly to the connector on the Course Computer. For details of the NMEA Spur connections, refer to Diagram D Each time power is applied to an S1000 Autopilot connected to a Raymarine GPS (via NMEA or SeaTalk), the S1000 will set the GPS filtering to WEAK. Connector block Red Black
Yellow: SeaTalk Data Red: SeaTalk +12 V Black: SeaTalk 0 V SeaTalk
If you want to connect to an external SeaTalk system, ensure each of these SeaTalk wires connects to the wire of the same color in the external system.
When you have completed the electrical connections, secure the wires at the Course Computer.
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Diagram D: NMEA connections
Course Computer Using with Raymarine GPS
If a Raymarine GPS (such as the Raystar 120 or 125) is to be connected to the S1000 Autopilot via NMEA, the NMEA in and out, +ve and -ve lines must all be correctly connected. Each time power is applied to an S1000 Autopilot connected to a Raymarine GPS (via NMEA or SeaTalk), the S1000 will set the GPS filtering to WEAK.
NMEA Connector NMEA Spur
Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 5
CAUTION: Before making any changes to the Data Cable, disconnect it from the Course Computer. If it is more convenient to connect the NMEA spur to the GPS without using the NMEA connector, you can remove the connector and prepare the cable end as appropriate for your preferred method of connection. Refer to the wire identification table below, as necessary
Wire color Brown Green Orange Blue Pin number NMEA signal at S1000 -- ve out +ve out +ve in -- ve in Connection at 3rd party GPS NMEA --ve receive NMEA +ve receive NMEA +ve transmit NMEA --ve transmit
SeaTalk & safety alarm connections (see Diagram C)
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This completes the installation procedure. Now carry out the Post installation procedures (below).
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7. Post installation
When you have completed the installation of your S1000 Autopilot, use the following procedures to: First carry out the Manual checks below, to check the the steering operation and check the system for leaks, then Carry out the Autopilot checks & setup procedures below, to check the autopilot operates the steering in the correct direction, and to set up the autopilot correctly.
With autopilot power off, turn the wheel from hard over port, to hard over starboard. If the steering operates satisfactorily and turns in the correct direction, proceed with the other post installation checks. If the steering feels uneven and/or less responsive than it was before you installed your S1000 Autopilot, you may need to bleed the entire steering system. To do this, use the purge procedure at the following web address:
Check for leaks (sheet 1) 1. Ensure all hydraulic joints are secure, then turn
the wheel to port. When the hard over point is reached, continue turning to port to pressurize the port lines, until the safety valve releases. At this point, the fluid in the port lines will be at maximum pressure and the wheel has a 'lumpy' feel when turned further to port.
2. With the port lines at maximum pressure, check
the port lines for leaks, paying particular attention to the joints. If a leak occurs, turn the wheel to starboard to release the pressure, then repair the leak and repeat steps 1 & 2.
Continue on sheet 2
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Check for leaks (sheet 2) 3. Turn the wheel to starboard, and when the hard
over point is reached, continue turning to starboard to pressurize the starboard lines, until the safety valve releases. At this point, the fluid in the starboard line will be at maximum pressure and the wheel has a 'lumpy' feel when turned further to starboard.
4. With the starboard lines at maximum pressure,
check the starboard lines for leaks, paying particular attention to the joints. If a leak occurs, turn the wheel to port to release the pressure, then repair the leak and repeat steps 3 & 4.
5. After 24 hours, re-check the steering system to
Autopilot checks & setup
WARNING: Before switching on power to the course computer, make sure that personnel are clear of the steering gear and outboard motor(s), and that the boat is securely moored. 1. Switch on power to the S1000 system. 2. Carry out the Checking direction of turn procedure (below). 3. Carry out the Autolearn procedure (below).
Checking direction of turn - sheet 1
Before casting off, check that the S1000 operates the boat's steering system in the correct direction:
At the S100 Remote, hold down STANDBY for 2 seconds, to enter Setup mode.
ensure there are still no hydraulic fluid leaks.
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Checking direction of turn - sheet 2 2.
Hold down < and > in turn, and as each of these is pressed, ensure that the outboard motor(s) turn(s) to give the correct direction of steer.
Autolearn procedure - sheet 1
WARNING: The Autolearn process takes your boat through a series of zig-zag maneuvers, so a significant amount of CLEAR SPACE is required in front of your boat. Do NOT start Autolearn unless this space is available.
le a of st cl 0.0 ea 4 r s nm ea sp (10 ac 0 m e )
1 minute (approximately)
If the outboard motor(s) turn(s) to give the correct direction of steer, proceed with the Autolearn procedure. If the outboard motor(s) does/do not move correctly, DO NOT USE THE BOAT. At the S100 Remote, hold down STANDBY for 2 seconds to leave Setup mode and return to Standby mode, then check that the S1000 components have been installed correctly. In particular, check that the autopilot pump wiring and hydraulics are connected correctly.
W in d
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Autolearn procedure - sheet 2
To regain control of the boat at any time during Autolearn, press STANDBY. Before you use the S1000 Autopilot, run the inbuilt Autolearn facility to set up the autopilot for your boat:
If the system is not already in Setup mode, at the S100 Remote, hold down STANDBY for 2 seconds, to enter Setup mode. Press MODE the necessary number of times to display AUTOLEARN.
Press PILOT to initiate Autolearn.
CLEAR TO MANEUVER?
Ensure you have sufficient sea room to carry out the Autolearn, then steer straight ahead and set the speed between 15 and 20 knots. Planing boats boat must be ON the plane.
5. Press PILOT to begin. Your boat will then make a series of
zig-zag turns and the S100 Remote display will show the Autolearn step numbers (counting up). A typical Autolearn process takes from 7 to 27 steps.
LEARNING. STEP 1
6. At the end of a successful Autolearn process, the display
shows LRN PASS. When this occurs, hold down STANDBY for 2 seconds, to save the Autolearn values and enter autopilot Standby Mode.
If an Autolearn process fails, the display shows LRN FAIL. Press and release STANDBY to return to Autolearn and repeat the process.
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System Approved by: FCC (USA), CE (Europe), IC (Canada) Autopilot pump Current consumption: 4 A at 100 psi (69 kP), 7 A at 500 psi (3449 kP) Dimensions: 6.5 in (165 mm) x 2.5 in (65 mm) x 3.2 in (82 mm) Weight: 3 lbs (1.4 kg) Course computer Voltage: 10 V dc to 16 V dc Current consumption: 4 A nominal, with autopilot pump running Dimensions: 6.5 in (165 mm) x 6.7 in (170 mm) x 1.73 in (44 mm) Data In/Out: SeaTalk, NMEA 0183 S100 Remote Voltage: 3 V, supplied by two internal, AAA batteries. Dimensions: S100 Remote only: 101 mm x 60.5 mm x 35 mm Remote in cradle:103 mm x 66 mm x 44 mm Waterproofing: IPX 6 and IPX 7 Hydraulic fittings Tapered thread: NPT (National Pipe Thread) Hose connection thread: 9/16 UNEF (Unified Extra Fine) Hydraulic fluid Recommended Type: SeaStar/BayStar Marine Steering Fluid Other suitable Types: Texaco HO15 Shell Aero 4 Esso Univis N15 Chevron Aviation Fluid A Mobil Aero HFA Fluids meeting MIL H5606 specifications
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WARNING: Product installation & operation This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the Raymarine instructions provided. Failure to do so could result in personal injury, damage to your boat and/or poor product performance. WARNING: Electrical safety Make sure you have switched off the power supply before you start installing this product.
To the best of our knowledge, the information in this guide was correct when it went to press. However, Raymarine cannot accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions it may contain. In addition, our policy of continuous product improvement may change specifications without notice. Therefore, Raymarine cannot accept liability for any differences between the product and this guide.
EMC Installation Guidelines
All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine environment. Their design and manufacture conforms to the appropriate Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards, but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised. Although every effort has been taken to ensure that they will perform under all conditions, it is important to understand what factors could affect the operation of the product. The guidelines given here describe the conditions for optimum EMC performance, but it is recognized that it may not be possible to meet all of these conditions in all situations. To ensure the best possible conditions for EMC performance within the constraints imposed by any location, always ensure the maximum separation possible between different items of electrical equipment. For optimum EMC performance, it is recommended that wherever possible: Raymarine equipment and cables connected to it are: At least 3 ft (1 m) 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 7 ft (2 m). More than 7 ft (2 m) 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. Cutting and rejoining these cables can compromise EMC performance and 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.
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34 Suppression Ferrites
The following illustration shows typical cable suppression ferrites used with 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 attached to the cable near the Raymarine unit.
Raymarine UK Ltd, Quay Point, Northarbour Road Portsmouth, Hampshire PO6 3TD, United Kingdom. Tel: +44 (0) 3611 Fax: +44 (0) 4642 www.raymarine.com
Raymarine Inc, 22 Cotton Road, Unit D, Nashua, New Hampshire 03063-4219, USA. Tel: +1 603.881.5200 Fax: +1 603.864.4756 www.raymarine.com
Steer a course to the fish with a wireless remote control you can wear on your belt! If you have a hydraulically steered sport fishing boat up to 25 , the S1000 may very well be the weapon you are looking for in the hunt for fish. This affordable kit can be put together quickly with almost no wiring. Everything you need for installation is included in the S1000 box, including fittings, hoses and tools. It comes with an easy-to-use wireless remote, a course computer and a hydraulic pump. Outfitting a boat with the Smart - Pilot is easy; simply install the S1000 course computer and hydraulic pump. Everything you need to install is included in the Smart - Pilot S1000 box, including fittings, hoses and tools. (For most applications. In some instances, additional fittings, hardware or tools may be required.) Key features of the S1000 Autopilot system include: Wireless autopilot control from up to 32 feet from the base station Smooth course changes regardless of boat speed Automatic steering of fishing patterns Intuitive, menu driven interface Easy installation, designed for the do-it-yourselfer. Designed for hydraulically steered vessels up to 25 feet in length, the S1000 autopilot system system consists of the following components: S100 Wireless Controller Two line display with a graphical autopilot status indicator Crisp, high contrast 24 x 127 dot matrix display Backlit display Raised profile on Standby button for easy identification in the dark Keylock security Convenient replaceable AAA alkaline batteries S1000 Autopilot Course Computer Rugged, compact autopilot "brain" with Smart - Steer technology No compass or rudder reference unit required making for fast and easy installation Sea - Talk and NMEA 0183 Interfaces for connection to GPS and instrumentation. [A Sea - Talk or NMEA 0183 compatible GPS receiver (sold separately) is required for autopilot operation.] - Pilot Hydraulic Pump Compact, high performance hydraulic autopilot drive. Designed for Sea - Star steering systems. Systems with HC4600, HC4645, HC4647, HC4648, and HC4658, Bay - Star steering rams Systems with Hynautic K6 steering rams. (In some instances, additional fittings, hardware or tools may be required.) The Angler's Copilot Engineered for the sport fisherman the Smart - Pilot S1000 is a valuable weapon in the hunt for fish. Delivering optimal trolling speed control, the S1000 automatically steers in figure eight, cloverleaf and zigzag patterns, maximizing coverage of your favorite fishing grounds. Navigate Select a waypoint destination on your chartplotter and let the S1000 navigate your course. Both NMEA 0183 and Sea - Talk compatible the S1000 easily interfaces to a long list of fixed mount and handheld GPS devices. The easy-to-read display provides autopilot status and wireless signal strength. An intuitive menu structure and Smart - Learn technology makes operation and calibration easy. - Steer technology eliminates the need for remotely mounted rudder feedback and compass sensors assemblies. Thanks to Smart - Steer technology the S1000 controls the proportional rate of turn relative to vessel speed, ensuring smooth and accurate helm control at both trolling and cruising speeds. GPS Waypoint Tracking: Using the output of your Sea - Talk or NMEA 0183 GPS, the S100 will steer to a single waypoint, or follow an entire route point-to-point. Circular Orbit: Using a center point from your GPS, command the S1000 to maintain an orbit around your favorite fishing hot-spot. Cloverleaf: Make repeated passes over a central point. Let the S1000 keep you on station while you hunt for the big ones. Zig Zag: Fish down a line of bearing with the S1000's zig zag pattern. The random course changes make your bait look more realistic and tempting. Compatibility: Hynautic: Hynautic steering ram models K6 Compatibility: Teleflex Baystar Rams: Bay - Star Steering Ram Models HC4600, HC4645, HC4647, HC4648, and HC4658 Compatibility: Teleflex Sea
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