Garmin GSD 20
Part Number: 010-10716-00
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Garmin GSD 20
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|smakadia||4:05am on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010|
|Very much like this. Bought with a Rino 130 so that I could geocache with my wife. Both are great radios and great GPSs.|
|Zubenelgenubi||4:29pm on Sunday, August 1st, 2010|
|only used once or twice but have no complaints. there is alot to read to set up and understant unit. I would give the overall rating a 9.5 for features and ease of usage as well as durabillity.|
|hvymtl||7:06pm on Monday, July 19th, 2010|
|Great tool. Easy to Use, Auto Lap, History, Custom Screens, Intervals Not really any for this basic model|
|jasun||6:51pm on Sunday, June 20th, 2010|
|This is an incredible device. The functionality makes it more useful than I could have imagined.|
|swisher||5:24pm on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010|
|great function, gps radio work very well, what more could you ask for for under $300? gps works great, radio is great for group hunting.|
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GSD 20 Sounder Module
Copyright 2004, 2005 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries Garmin International, Inc. 1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062, U.S.A. Tel. 913/397.8200 or 800/800.1020 Fax 913/397.8282 Garmin (Europe) Ltd. Unit 5, The Quadrangle, Abbey Park Industrial Estate, Romsey, SO51 9DL, U.K. Tel. 44/0870.8501241 Fax 44/0870.8501251 Garmin Corporation No. 68, Jangshu 2nd Road, Shijr, Taipei County, Taiwan Tel. 886/2.2642.9199 Fax 886/2.2642.9099
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Part Number 190-00225-00 Rev. E
Printed in Taiwan
Thank you for choosing the Garmin GSD 20. The GSD 20 is an intelligent, remote sounder module designed to include powerful features as found in other Garmin sounders, including Depth Control Gain (DCG) and See-Thru technology. When used with compatible Garmin chartplotters, it provides full-featured depth sounder functions. It may interface to multiple head units, providing for complete sounder control from multiple stations, including transmit frequency, range, and gain adjustments. To get successful results from your GSD 20, take time to read through this installation guide. If any items are missing, please contact your Garmin dealer immediately.
GSD 20 Sounder Module 30 (9.1 m) Power/Data Cable Installation Guide for the GSD 20
Optional Transducers The transducer acts as the eyes and ears of your new sonar. The transducer transmits sound waves toward the bottom in a cone shape. The larger the cone angle, the larger the coverage area at a given depth. Proper transducer selection and installation are critical to the operation of your unit. Since mounting locations vary, see your local dealer or contact Garmin Product Support for further information. A full list of transducers can be found at www.garmin.com.
Power/Data Connector LED Status Indicator Transducer Connector
GSD 20 Sonar Module
The GSD 20 must be properly installed according to the following instructions to get the best possible performance. To complete the installation, you need the appropriate fasteners. If you experience difculty with the installation, contact Garmin Product Support. The module should be mounted in an out-of-the-way location that is dry and well ventilated. Avoid mounting the module where it can be submerged in liquids or exposed to extreme temperatures. Be sure to mount the module so that the LED is visible.
1. Once the location is chosen, place the unit. Be sure to allow enough clearance for attaching the cables. Using the module as a template, mark the location of the four mounting holes. If needed, additional mounting holes may be drilled in the side mounting anges of the module. 2. Attach the GSD 20 to the mounting location using the appropriate fasteners. 3. Mount the transducer according to the instructions provided with the transducer. 4. Route the cables to the mounting location of the display unit. Use the appropriate tie-wraps, fasteners, and sealant to secure the cable along the route and through any bulkhead or deck. 5. Once the GSD 20 module has been installed, connect the power/data and transducer cables to the appropriate receptacle. 6. Refer to the following wiring diagrams for connecting the GSD 20 to compatible Garmin units. NOTE: You can extend the wiring of the GSD 20 power/data cable up to 100 (30 m) total length. Use 22 AWG, 4-conductor shielded cable for data cable and 18 AWG for power. Transducer cable extensions are available through your Garmin dealer.
To install the GSD 20 module:
BASIC WIRING FOR THE GARMIN GSD 20 TO A SINGLE GPSMAP 2006/2006C/2010/2010C/3005C/3006C/3010C
RED BLACK ORANGE WHITE/BLUE
GARMIN GSD 20 SOUNDER MODULE
BATTERY 10-35 VOLTS DC
1. 2. 3. 4.
Power and ground wires require 18 AWG. All other wires require 22 AWG. Use 4-conductor, shielded wiring for runs over 30 (9.1 m). Refer to the GPSMAP 2006/2006C/2010/2010C/3005C/3006C/3010C Installation Instructions for wiring the GPS 17 sensor and other devices. For runs over 30 (9.1 m), the drain wire must be connected to the shielding of the extension run. Do not terminate the end of the shield drain wire. When multiple GPSMAP 3005C/3006C/3010C units are in use, only wire the GSD 20 to one unit. The GSD 20 information is transmitted to all units connected to the Garmin Marnine Network.
BASIC WIRING FOR THE GARMIN GSD 20 TO A DUAL GPSMAP 2006/2006C/2010/2010C
*This diagram does not apply to the GPSMAP 3005C/3006C/3010C. Refer to Note 4 on the Single GPSMAP 2006/2006C/2010/2010C/3005/C3006C/3010C diagram.
Power and ground wires require 18 AWG. All other wires require 22 AWG. Use 4-conductor, shielded wiring for runs over 30 (9.1 m). Refer to the GPSMAP 2006/2006C/2010/2010C Installation Instructions for wiring the GPS 17 sensor and other devices. For runs over 30 (9.1 m), the drain wire must be connected to the shielding of the extension run. Do not terminate the end of the shield drain wire. Use unit #1 to update the GSD 20 software.
BASIC WIRING FOR THE GARMIN GSD 20 TO A SINGLE GPSMAP 276C/296/376C/396
WIRE COLOR RED RED BLACK WHITE/BLUE
BLACK BLUE YELLOW
SEE NOTE 3 OPTION 1
SEE NOTE 3 OPTION 2
1. Power and ground wires require 18 AWG. All other wires require 22 AWG. Use 4-conductor, shielded wiring for runs over 30 (9.1 m). 2. For runs over 30 (9.1 m), the drain wire must be connected to the shielding of the extension run. Do not terminate the end of the shield drain wire. 3. The Orange wire must be pulled low (-) in order for the GSD 20 to power on. Option 1: If the GSD 20 is wired to a circuit that is switched on the Red (+) wire, connect the Orange wire to ground. The GSD 20 and the GPSMAP 276C/296/376C/396 turn on/off when power is applied/removed to the Red wire. Option 2: If the Red (+) wire is applied directly to a power source, install a switch between the Orange wire and ground. The GSD 20 turns on/off when ground is applied/removed to the Orange wire.
RED RED BLACK WHITE/BLUE BLACK BLUE BROWN
BASIC WIRING FOR THE GARMIN GSD 20 TO A SINGLE GPSMAP 182/182C/192C/232
1. Power and ground wires require 18 AWG. All other wires require 22 AWG. Use 4-conductor, shielded wiring for runs over 30 (9.1 m). 2. For runs over 30 (9.1 m), the drain wire must be connected to the shielding of the extension run. Do not terminate the end of the shield drain wire. 3. The Orange wire must be pulled low (-) in order for the GSD 20 to power on. Option 1: If the GSD 20 is wired to a circuit that is switched on the Red (+) wire, connect the Orange wire to ground. The GSD 20 and the GPSMAP 182/182C/192C/232 turns on/off when power is applied/removed to the Red wire. Option 2: If the Red (+) wire is applied directly to a power source, install a switch between the Orange wire and ground. The GSD 20 turns on or off when ground is applied or removed to the Orange wire.
BASIC WIRING FOR THE GARMIN GSD 20 TO A SINGLE GPSMAP 172/172C
BLACK BLUE BROWN ORANGE ORANGE
1. Power and ground wires require 18 AWG. All other wires require 22 AWG. Use 4-conductor, shielded wiring for runs over 30 (9.1 m). 2. Refer to the GPSMAP 172/172C Owners Manual for wiring the GPS 17 sensor and other devices. 3. For runs over 30 (9.1 m), the drain wire must be connected to the shielding of the extension run. Do not terminate the end of the shield drain wire.
Once the unit is installed, it switches on when the display unit is powered on (or the GSD remote power line is pulled low, with power applied). The two-color (Green/Red) LED on the GSD 20 indicates the current operational status of the module. Codes are:
Green blinking, on for 1 second, off for 1/2 second (slow blink)
GSD 20 is servicing one directly wired connection and the display device is operating properly. The user should see sonar data on the display unit. GSD 20 is servicing two dirctly wired connections and the two display devices are operating properly. The user should see sonar data on both display units. GSD 20 is powered on but is waiting to connect to a display device. In this state, the GSD 20 does not transmit any sonar signals and is not sending out any sonar information to display units. If a display unit is connected and this code persists, check the wiring. Software failure - Call Garmin Product Support. If the cause is a software error, the display unit can show the error. Power must be cycled to clear the error. System alarm. The display device gives a message indicating the type of failure. After the alarm condition is xed, power must be cycled on the GSD 20 to clear the alarm.
Green blinking, on for 1/2 second, off for 1/4 second (fast blink)
Red blinking, on for 1 second, off for 1/2 second (slow blink)
Solid Red (no blink)
Red blinking, on for 1/10 second, off for 1/10 second (very fast blink)
6.75 L x 4.75 W x 2.00 H (17.2cm x 12.1cm x 5.1cm) Weight: 1.5 lbs. (.680Kg) Case: Fully gasketed, high-impact plastic and aluminum alloy, waterproof to IEC 529-IPX-7 Temp Range: 5F to 158F (-15C to 70C) Source: Usage: Fuse: 10-35 Vdc 18 watts max. AGC/3AG - 2.0 Amp
Sounder Power: 500 watts (RMS) 4000 watts (peak to peak) Frequency: 50/200 kHz Depth: 1500 foot max depth*
* Depth capacity is dependent on water salinity, bottom type, and other water conditions.
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Copyright 2004, 2005 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries Garmin International, Inc. 1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062, U.S.A. Garmin (Europe) Ltd. Unit 5, The Quadrangle, Abbey Park Industrial Estate, Romsey, SO51 9DL, U.K. Garmin Corporation No. 68, Jangshu 2nd Road, Shijr, Taipei County, Taiwan www.garmin.com Part Number 190-00255-00 Rev. E
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