Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product GP-1650DF Furuno
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COLOR DGPS/PLO TTER/SOUNDER COLOR GPS/PLO TTER/SOUNDER GP-1650DF , GP-1650F FURUNO/NA VIONICS GP-1650DF , GP-1650F FURUNO/C-MAP NT Back .
C 9 - 52, Ashihara - cho, Nishinomiya, Japan Telephone: 0798 - 65 - 2111 Telefax: 0798 - 65 - 4200 Your Local Agent/Dealer All rights reserved. PUB. No. O ME - 4394 2 GP - 1650 F /1650D F ( DAMI ) FIRST EDITION : NOV .
i i i i i i i i i i i i i i SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Do not disassemble or modify the equipment. Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can result. Turn off the power immediately if water leaks into the equipment or the equip- ment is emitting smoke or fire.
ii FOREWORD ....................................... iv SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION ....... v 1. OPERA TIONAL OVER VIEW 1.1 Display Unit Controls ....................... 1-1 1.2 Inserting Mini Chart Card ................. 1-2 1.3 Turning the Power On/Of f .
iii 9. PLOTTER ALARMS 9.1 Introduction ...................................... 9-1 9.2 Audio Alarm On/Off .......................... 9-1 9.3 Arrival Alarm .................................... 9-1 9.4 Anchor W atch Alarm ....................
iv A Word to GP-1650DF/1650F Owners Congratulations on your choice of the FURUNO GP-1650DF COLOR DGPS/ PLOTTER/SOUNDER, GP-1650F COLOR GPS/PLOTTER/SOUNDER. W e are confi- dent you will see why the FURUNO name has become synonymous with quality and reliability .
v SYSTEM CONFIGURA TION Ship ’ s mains 10.8 — 31.2 VDC External equipment (Autopilot, etc.) DGPS beacon receiver GP-1650F only Transducer Temp. sensor (option) ANTENNA UNIT Receives signal from GPS satellite and beacon reference station (GP-1650DF only).
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1-1 1. OPERA TIONAL OVER VIEW This chapter acquaints you with the basics of your unit - from turning on the power to the soft key menu operation. 1.1 Display Unit Controls SAVE MOB ENTER ABC 1 DEF 2 GHI 3 JKL 4 MNO 5 PQR 6 STU 7 VWX 8 YZ& 9 CLEAR _'# 0 MENU HIDE SHOW WPT RTE SNDR PLOT ALARM POWER BRILL • Registers own ship's positions.
1-2 1.2 Inserting Mini Chart Card Insert appropriate mini chart card before turn- ing on the power . 1. Push down the lid catch to open the mini chart card slot cover . Card slot Figure 1-2 Location of mini chart card slot cover 2. Insert appropriate mini chart card groove side up.
1-3 1.4 Adjusting T one and Brilliance 1. Press the [POWER/BRILL] key with a touch-and-release action. The tone and brilliance setting menu appears. TONE BRILL TONE TONE BRILL BRILL RETURN Tone and display brilliance setting menu Functions Soft keys Figure 1-4 T one and brilliance adjustment screen 2.
1-4 1.6 Sounder Displays Three sounder displays are available: Nor- mal, Dual-frequency display and Plotter/ Sounder display . Y ou may select a sounder display with the [SNDR] key . DGPS 3D PLOT COURSE UP ZOOM OUT ZOOM IN NORTH UP 0 50 100 150 SNDR SNDR PLOT DGPS 3D PLOT SNDR FUNC GAIN RANGE SOUNDER 50 100 150 SNDR MODE/ FREQ SHIFT 0 50k 0.
1-5 1.8 Demonstration Display The demonstration display provides simu- lated operation of this unit. On the plotter dis- play , own ship tracks, at the speed selected, a figure eight course or any course you en- ter , starting from position entered.
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2-1 2. VIDEO SOUNDER OPERA TION 2.1 Principle of Operation The video sounder determines the distance between its transducer and underwater ob- jects such as fish, lake bottom or seabed and displays the results on screen. It does this by utilizing the fact that an ultrasonic wave transmitted through water travels at a nearly constant speed of 4800 feet (1500 meters) per second.
2-2 2.2 Sounder Display Description The figure below shows all indications and markers which may appear on the normal sounder display . Normal sounder display indications, markers SNDR FUNC SHIFT GAIN RANGE SOUNDER 135 ° 12.345’ E 34 ° 12.
2-3 Selecting sounder display mode There are five display modes from which to choose: normal, marker zoom, bottom zoom, bottom lock and A-scope. T o select a display , press the soft key SNDR FUNC on the nor- mal sounder display to show the sounder function window , and press ▲ or ▼ to select the display .
2-4 A-scope display This display shows echoes at each transmis- sion with amplitudes and tone proportional to their intensities, on the right 1/3 of the screen. It is useful for estimating the kind of fish school and seabed composition. 200k 160 0 50 100 150 200 68.
2-5 2.5 Automatic Sounder Operation Automatic sounder operation is useful when you are preoccupied with other tasks and do not have time to adjust the display . How the automatic sounder works The automatic sounder function automatically selects the proper gain, range scale and clut- ter suppression level according to depth.
2-6 Selecting display range Press the soft key RANGE to show the range window , and select range by the cursor . Press the soft key RETURN to finish. RANGE ▲ ' 15 ft ™ 30 ft ™ 60 ft ™ 120 ft ™ 200 ft ™ 400 ft ™ 1000 ft ™ 2500 ft ▼ Figure 2-15 Range window Adjusting the gain Press the soft key GAIN to show the gain window , and press ▲ or ▼ to set the gain.
2-7 2.8 Suppressing Interference Interference from other acoustic equipment operating nearby or other electronic equip- ment on your boat may show itself on the display as shown in Figure 2-20. T o suppress interference, do the following: 1. Press the [MENU] key and the soft key SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS.
2-8 2.10 Erasing Weak Echoes Dirty water or reflections from plankton may be painted on the display in green or light blue. These weak echoes may be erased as follows: 1. Press the [MENU] key and the soft key SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS. 2. Select SIGNAL LEVEL, and press the soft key EDIT to show the signal level window .
2-9 2.12 Selecting Picture Advance Speed The picture advance speed determines how quickly the vertical scan lines run across the screen. When selecting a picture advance speed, keep in mind that a fast advance speed will expand the size of the fish school horizontally on the screen and a slow ad- vance speed will contract it.
2-10 2.14 Alarms Bottom alarm The bottom alarm sounds when the bottom echo is within the alarm range set. T o acti- vate the bottom alarm the depth must be dis- played. Fish (B/L) alarm The bottom-lock fish alarm sounds when a fish echo is within a predetermined distance from the bottom.
2-11 2.15 Interpreting the Display Zero line The zero line (sometimes referred to as the transmission line) represents the transducer ’ s position, and moves of f the screen when a deep phased range is used. Zero line Shift Figure 2-31Zero line Fish school echoes Fish school echoes will generally be plotted between the zero line and the bottom.
2-12 Surface noise/Aeration When the waters are rough or the boat passes over a wake, surface noise may ap- pear near the zero line. As surface turbulence is acoustically equivalent to running into a brick wall, the bottom echo will be displayed intermittently .
3-1 3. PLOTTER DISPLA YS 3.1 Presentation Modes The plotter display mainly shows chart, ship’ s track, waypoints, and navigation data. Three types of display presentations are pro- vided for the normal plotter display: north-up, course-up and auto course-up.
3-2 3.2 Cursor Turning on the cursor, shifting the cursor Press the cursor pad to turn the cursor on, and the cursor appears at the own ship ’ s po- sition. Operate the cursor pad to shift the cursor . The cursor moves in the direction of the arrow or diagonal pressed on the cursor pad.
3-3 Indices and chart enlargement When the soft key ZOOM OUT is used, you will see several frames appear on the chart. These frames are called indices and they show you what parts of the chart can be en- larged in the current picture range. The ar- eas circumscribed with smaller frames can be enlarged, but the area enclosed by the largest frame cannot.
3-4 NAVAID: /FL 6S 12M FROM OS 52.38nm 48.0 ° Period (ex.: 6 seconds) Visibility in nautical mile (ex.: 12 miles) FL : Flashing F : Fixed light F FL : Fixed and Flashing light MO : Morse code light Oc : Occulting light Example of data displayed Range and bearing from own ship Figure 3-7 Example of buoy , lighthouse data Port service icons (Nav-Charts™ cards) Selected Nav-Charts ™ mini chart cards show by icons services available at ports.
3-5 Emergency medical service Water supply station Customer service station Information center Fueling station Traveler ’ s service station Marine equipment service Port Figure 3-9 Port service icons 3.6 Navigation Data Display The navigation data display provide generic navigation data and DGPS/GPS information.
3-6 Beacon information display Equipped with a DGPS beacon receiver , your unit can show DGPS reference station infor- mation. Press the soft key BEACON INFO to show the DGPS reference station informa- tion. DGPS 3D RETURN BEACON INFO MODE FREQ BAUD RATE AUTO SEARCH 288.
3-7 How to read the XTE scale The black boat-shaped mark shows own boat ’ s movement and direction, and amount to steer to return to course. Using Figure 3- 13 as an example, you would steer right by 000.02 nautical miles to return to course. When this mark is out of range of the XTE scale, the mark color changes from black to yellow .
3-8 3.9 Changing Operation Mode Operation mode can be changed between PLEASURE and FISHING. FISHING mode provides mark/line entry on the PLOTTER display . The mark can be entered up to 5000 points together with tracks. The apportion between track and mark memory can be changed at menu.
4-1 4. TRACK 4.1 Displaying T rack 1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu. MENU DGPS 3D CHART SETUP OPTIONS GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS DISPLAY OPTIONS CONFIGURATION SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS Figure 4-1 Main menu 2. Press the soft key CHART SETUP OP- TIONS to open the chart setup menu.
4-2 4.2 Stopping/Restarting Plotting of T rack When your boat is at anchor or returning to port you probably won’t need to record its track. Y ou can stop recording the track, to conserve the track memory , as follows: 1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft keys CHAR T SETUP OPTIONS and TRACK CONTROL.
4-3 PLOT ▲ ' TIME ™ DIST ANCE ▼ Figure 4-5 Plot window 4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select TIME or DIS- T ANCE. Distance is useful for conserv- ing track memory , since no track is recorded when the boat is stationary . 5. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER] key .
4-4 4.6 Erasing All T rack Y ou can erase all track. Be absolutely sure you want to erase all track; erased track can- not be restored. 1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft keys CHAR T SETUP OPTIONS and TRACK CONTROL. 2. Press the soft key ERASE TRACK.
5-1 5. MARK The mark can be entered up to 5000 points together with tracks. The apportion between track and mark memory can be changed at menu. 5.1 Entering Marks Select the fishing mode to enable entry of marks on the PLOTTER display . Select the location desired with the cursor , or turn of f the cursor to enter the mark at own ship po- sition.
5-2 Video sounder display SOUNDER 135 ° 12.345 ’ E 34 ° 12.345 ’ N SPD CSE 16.3kt 245.8 ° 50k DGPS 3D 20 30 40 50 30 20 10 0 54.0 15.0 NA V WPT MARK ENTRY TRACK COLOR STOP TRACK SOUNDER 135 ° 12.345 ’ E 34 ° 12.345 ’ N SPD CSE 16.
5-3 Mark color Press the soft key MARK COLOR to dis- play the MARK COLOR window . Press ▲ or ▼ to select mark color desired. MARK COLOR ▲ ™ ™ ™ ™ ™ ™ ▼ ' RED YELLOW GREEN LIGHT BLUE PURPLE BLUE WHITE Figure 5-6 MARK COLOR window 4.
5-4 5.4 Erasing Marks Erasing individual marks/lines 1. Operate the cursor pad to place the cur- sor on the mark you want to erase. 2. Press the [CLEAR] key . The mark se- lected is erased. Note: T o erase line, place the cursor on an edge of the line.
6-1 6. W A YPOINTS 6.1 Entering W aypoints In navigation terminology , a waypoint is a par- ticular location on a voyage whether it be a starting, intermediate or destination point. A waypoint is the simplest piece of information your equipment requires to get you to a des- tination, in the shortest distance possible.
6-2 WPT DGPS 3D LOCAL LIST WAYPOINT BY CURSOR ALPHA/NUMERIC LIST WAYPOINT BY RANGE & BEARING RETURN ADD/EDIT/MOVE WAYPOINTS Figure 6-4 waypoint menu 3. Press the soft key W A YPOINT BY CUR- SOR. The plotter display appears. 4. Operate the cursor pad to place the cur- sor on the location desired.
6-3 Changing waypoint name, comment, proximity alarm radius 1. If necessary , you can change the name (1 to 6 characters), comment (13 charac- ters), L/L position and the proximity alarm radius (explained in detail in Chapter 8) as follows: a ) Select the NAME, COMMENT or PROXIMITY ALARM RADIUS field.
6-4 DGPS 3D ABCDEFGHIJKL FISH01 WPT LOCAL RETURN GO TO NEW WPT EDIT WPT ERASE WPT BRG. 23.8 ° RNG. 1.75nm 33 ° 12.345' N 135 ° 23.456' W WPT001 12:30 29SE97 BRG. 90.0 ° RNG. 2.51nm 33 ° 23.456' N 135 ° 23.567' W ABCDEF 15:21 01OCT97 BRIDGE 16:45 01OCT97 BRG.
6-5 6.4 W aypoint Mark Size Y ou may change the size of all waypoint marks to small or large (default), or turn them of f. 1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu. 2. Press the soft key CHART SETUP OP- TIONS. 3. Press the soft key CHAR T DET AILS to open the CHART DET AILS menu.
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7-1 7. ROUTES Often a trip from one place to another involves several course changes, requiring a series of route points (waypoints) which you navi- gate to, one after another . The sequence of waypoints leading to the ultimate destination is called a route.
7-2 Entering routes by the cursor This method allows you to construct a route directly on the plotter display , using existing waypoints or new locations. Any new loca- tion will be saved as a waypoint, under the next consecutive waypoint number . 1 .
7-3 DGPS 3D EDIT ROUTE INSERT WPT REMOVE WPT CHANGE WPT COORD TYPE RETURN RETURN ROUTE NAME: ABCDEF COMMENT: ABCDEFGHIJKL WPT001 34 ° 12.345 ’ N 135 ° 54.321 ’ W 01 WPT002 34 ° 23.456 ’ N 136 ° 10.255 ’ W 02 WPT004 35 ° 22.878 ’ N 136 ° 44.
7-4 Removing route waypoints from the plotter display 1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key followed by the soft key ROUTES to open the route menu. 2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select the route desired. 3. Press the soft key EDIT ROUTE. 4. Press the soft key PLOT to show the plot screen.
7-5 DGPS 3D NA V L/L COURSE UP ZOOM OUT ZOOM IN NORTH UP SA VE icon S A V E Figure 7-8 SA VE icon appearance on the plotter display 7. Press the [SA VE/MOB] key with a touch- and-release action to enter a waypoint mark at own ship position. A new waypoint is created under the next consecutive waypoint number and that waypoint is added to the route.
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8-1 8. NA VIGA TION 8.1 Navigating to “Quick Points” The “quick point” feature allows you to navi- gate to point(s) without retaining the data in- definitely in your unit’ s memory . Each time a quick point is entered the previous quick points having the same quick point numbers are written over .
8-2 8.2 Navigating to W aypoints (waypoint list) 1. Press the [WPT/RTE] key to open the waypoint & route menu. 2. Press the soft key W A YPOINTS to open the waypoint menu. 3. Press the soft key LOCAL LIST or ALPHA/ NUMERIC LIST to show corresponding waypoint list.
8-3 8. If you selected PORT in step 7, use the cursor pad to select a port and press the [ENTER] key . Make a route using the soft keys and press the [ENTER] key . (If you want to go directly to that port, simply press the soft key ADD QP followed by the [ENTER] key .
8-4 Restarting navigation When you steer to avoid an obstacle or the vessel drifts, you may go of f your intended course (Line 1 in Figure 8-7). Use the steer- ing or highway display to return to course. Also, if you don ’ t need to return to the origi- nal course, you can go directly to the waypoint (Line 2 in Figure 8-7) using the restart func- tion as on the next page.
8-5 T o select waypoint switching method do the following: 1. Press the [MENU] key . 2. Press the soft key DISPLA Y OPTIONS. 3. Select W A YPOINTS SW . 4 . Press the soft key EDIT to show the waypoint sw window . 5. Select appropriate waypoint switching method.
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9-1 9. PLOTTER ALARMS 9.1 Introduction There are five plotter-related alarms which generate both audible and visual alarms: Ar- rival alarm, Anchor Watch alarm, XTE (Cross T rack Error) alarm, Proximity alarm, and Speed alarm. When an alarm setting is violated the buzzer sounds, and the speaker icon ( ) appears in red.
9-2 9.4 Anchor W atch Alarm The anchor watch alarm informs you that your boat is moving when it should be at rest. When the anchor watch is active, a red dashed circle marks the anchor watch area. Your ship’s position where you start the anchor watch alarm.
9-3 9.6 Speed Alarm The speed alarm warns when your boat ’s speed is within, over/under or under the speed range set. 1. Press the [ALARM] key to open the alarm menu. 2. Press ▲ or ▼ to select SPEED ALARM. 3. Press the soft key EDIT to display the speed alarm window .
9-4 9.8 Alarm Information When an alarm setting has been violated the buzzer sounds and the speaker icon (shown in red) appears. Y ou can see which alarm has been violated, as well as silence the buzzer , on the alarm menu display . 1. Press the [ALARM] key .
10-1 10. SA VING AND LOADING DA T A T O/FROM MEMOR Y CARD The following data can be saved to memory card: • Mark/line • W aypoints/routes • T rack • Configration (menu settings) 10.1 Formatting Memory Cards Before you can use a memory card it must be formatted.
10-2 Error message Memory card not inserted Press the [ENTER] key to return to the SA VE DA T A display . MEMORY CARD NOT INSERTED. INSERT CARD PRESS "ENTER" key TO CONTINUE. Fiugre 10-3 NOT INSER TED message Unformatted memory card Press the [ENTER] key to return to the SA VE DA T A display .
10-3 6. After you select all items desired, press the soft key LOAD DA T A to load data. The following message appears. NOW LOADING DATA FROM MEMORY CARD. DO NOT TURN OFF THE POWER UNTIL LOADING COMPLETE. Figure 10-8 LOAD DA T A message After loading is completed, the following message appears.
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11-1 This section describes the various options which allow you to set up your unit to suit your needs. 1 1.1 CHART SETUP OPTIONS menu The chart of fset options menu provides three menus: chart of fset, track control, and chart details. 1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
11-2 CHART DET AILS menu 1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft keys CHAR T SETUP OPTIONS and CHART DET AILS. DGPS 3D CHART DETAIL RETURN EDIT DEPTH INFO LAT/LON GRID TEXT INFO WAYPOINT WAYPOINT NAME INDEX LANDMASS BACKGROUND NAV AIDS SECTOR INFO OTHER SYMBOLS GREEN ON LARGE ON ON BRT YELLOW BLUE ON OFF WHITE s Figure 1 1-3 Chart details menu 2.
11-3 Display setup1 menu description RNG & BRG MODE The GPS receiver calculates the range, bear- ing, cross track error (XTE) and ET A to TO waypoint when you set a destination. The range and bearing can be calculated by GREA T CIRCLE (straight line between two points) or RHUMB LINE (straight line be- tween two points on nautical chart, default setting) method.
11-4 POSITION DISPLA Y Displays position in latitude and longitude (default setting) or Loran C or Decca TDs. SET GO T O METHOD Selects the method for entering the quick point: 1 POINT (default setting), 35 POINT (2-35 points), or WPT/PORT SER. For fur- ther details see pages 8-1 and 8-2.
11-5 1 1.3 GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS menu This menu sets up GPS and DPGS receiv- ers and enables display of position in Loran C or Decca TDs. 1. Press the [MENU] key . 2. Press the soft key GPS/DGPS/TD OP- TIONS to display the GPS/DGPS/TD op- tions menu.
11-6 SPD/CSE SMOOTHING During position fixing, ship ’ s velocity (speed and course) is directly measured by receiv- ing GPS satellite signals. The raw velocity data may change randomly depending on re- ceiving conditions and other factors. Y ou can reduce this random variation by increasing the smoothing.
11-7 DGPS MODE Select ON to use the DGPS mode. The de- fault setting is ON. A DGPS beacon receiver must be connected to use this mode. BEACON FREQUENCY DGPS reference station can be searched au- tomatically or manually . For manual search, select MANUAL here, and use the cursor pad to select frequency of DGPS reference sta- tion.
11-8 4. If necessary , you may enter position off- set to refine Decca position. Select DECCA CORRECTION1 or CORREC- TION2 and press the soft key EDIT . En- ter correction value and press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER] key . Use the soft key + <--> - to switch from plus to minus and vice versa.
11-9 4. Select a range, ZOOM RANGE or B/L RANGE, and press the soft key EDIT . ZOOM RANGE selects the range to zoom in the marker and bottom zoom modes. The setting range is 7 to 5000 feet, and the default setting is 30 feet. B/L RANGE sets the expansion width for the bottom- lock display , 10 or 20 feet.
11-10 1 1.5 CONFIGURA TION menu The configuration menu has facilities for set- ting up data ports, uploading/downloading data, self test, demonstration mode setup, and memory clearing. 1. Press the [MENU] key . 2. Press the soft key CONFIGURA TION to display the configuration menu.
11-11 UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD DA T A menu This menu allows you to upload waypoint and route data to a PC or download the same data from a PC, via the DGPS connector at the back of display unit. The menu can be displayed by pressing the [MENU] key fol- lowed by the soft keys CONFIGURA TION and UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD DA T A.
11-12 GP-1650DF/1650F DGPS 1 NC 2 NC 3 R D (YELLOW) 4 NC 5 SD (RED) 6 SG (BLUE) 7 SHIELD 2 (TxD) 3 (RxD) 7 (GND) 4 (DTR) 5 (DSR) 6 (RTS) 20 (CTS) 3 (TxD) 2 (RxD) 5 (GND) 4 (DTR) 6 (DSR) 7 (RTS) 8 (CTS) PC/AT DSUB 9-pin (EIA-574) PC/AT DSUB 25-pin (EIA-232) Figure 1 1-22 Connection of GP-1650DF/GP-1650F to PC Note 1: Following characters can be used for comments: _ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789&’# =9 =: =; =< = = => =? =@ =A =B =C =D =E =F =G =H Figure 1 1-24 Character available for comment Route data menu $GPRTE, x, x, a, ccc, c----c, c----c, .
11-13 Note 2: A route can may contain 35 waypoints and GPR TE sentence for one route data may exceed 80 byte limitation. In this case, route data is divided into several GPR TE sentences (Max. 4 sentences). This value shows the number of sentences the route data has been divided.
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12-1 12. USING C- MA P NT MODEL The GP-1 650DF /16 50F C- M AP N T s eri es use s FURUNO mini chart card and C-M A P NT - FP c hart c ard. Thes e c hart s s how accur ate coas tlin es, de pt h cont ours , pl ace names , aids to navi gation suc h as bu oy s an d li ghtho uses, and other na viga tional mark s.
12-2 4. Press ! or " to select the item d esired. 5. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTE R] key to display d etails fo r objec t selected Objects. Caution area Inf or mation LEUCTEUE DIE ATE ENTAEL T NU DIE LA GEN DE ICTIGEN EUE.
12-3 2. Press the [ENTER] key to open the Objects window . Objects Depth contour Caution area Depth area Source of data Tide height Figure 12-9 Objects window 3. Press ! or " to select Tide height. 4. Press the soft key ENTER or the [ENTER] key to open the TIDE window .
12-4 6. Press the soft key GO T O. Soft key title s change as in Figure 12-10. If GO T O key is not displayed, press the cursor pad. DGPS 3D CANCEL GO TO FROM OS 0.26 nm 180.2˚ QUICK ROUTE NEAR SRVICE GO TO PUNT A CORNACCHIA ACCO AMENO I. ISCHIA CASAMICCIOLA ISCHIA PORT O 40˚45.
12-5 d) Pr ess the [ENTER] key to f inis h. A li ne connects betw een ow n shi p and the p ort ser v ice. And the rang e and bear ing f rom ow n shi p to f i rst w ayp oint app ear s. No te : Desti nation is automatical ly cancel led i f there i s no port for ser vice s elected.
12-6 DEPTH INFO soft key: T urns the DEPTH INFO display on/off and sets it color in FURUNO chart, or selects the depth areas limit and spot sounding & bathymetric range in C-MAP NT-FP chart. 1. While displaying chart details m enu, press the soft key DEPTH INFO to show the following display .
12-7 12.7 Displa ying Pr ogram Number 1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu. 2. Press the soft key CONFIGURA TION to show the configuration menu. 3. Press the soft key SYSTEM MENU to open the system menu. 4. Press the soft key SELF TEST to open the test menu.
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13-1 13. MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING 13.1 Maintenance Regular maintenance is essential for good performance. A maintenance program should be established and should at least include the items listed in T able 13-1. Do not open the equipment.
13-2 13.2 Replacement of Fuse, Battery The fuse on the power cable protects the system from reverse polarity of the ship’ s mains and equipment fault. If the fuse blows, find the cause before replacing it. Use only a 3A fuse. Using the wrong fuse will damage the unit and void the warranty .
13-3 T able 13-3 Simple troubleshooting (sounder) . . . f I. . . n e h T s r e t c a r a h c d n a s k r a m t u b e r u t c i p o n r a e p p a e h t n o " P O T S " o t t e s s i d e e p s e c n a v d a e r u t c i p f i k c e h c . u n e m s n o i t p o p u t e s r e d n u o s .
13-4 13.5 Diagnostic T ests Memory, I/O port test This test conducts a general check of the dis- play unit and the antenna unit. The unit dis- plays the results for each device or component checked as OK or NG (No Good). 1. Press the [MENU] key to open the main menu.
13-5 Keyboard test This test checks all controls for proper op- eration. 1. Press the [MENU] followed by the soft keys CONFIGURA TION, SYSTEM MENU and SELF TEST to display the self test menu. 2. Press the soft key KEYBOARD TEST to display the screen for testing the key- board.
13-6 13.6 Clearing Memories The memory , which stores marks, tracks and initial settings, can be cleared to start afresh. When this done all default settings are re- stored. 1. Press the [MENU] key followed by the soft keys CONFIGURA TION and SYSTEM MENU.
A-1 MENU TREE DISPLA Y OPTIONS RNG & BRG MODE (GREA T CIRCLE, RHUMB LINE ) RANGE/SPEED UNIT ( nm/kt , km/km/h, sm/sm/h) DEPTH UNIT (m, ft , fa) TEMP UNIT ( ° C, ° F ) LA T/LON DISPLA Y (DD ° MM.MM’, DD ° MM.MMM' , DD ° MM.MMMM’) TIME DISPLA Y (12HOUR, 24HOUR ) W A YPOINTS SW (AUTO1, AUT O2 , MANUAL) COURSE VECTOR (VECT OR, LINE , OFF) BEARING (TRUE, MAGNETIC ) MAG V ARIA TION ( AUTO , MANUAL) TD DISPLA Y ( LORAN-C , DECCA) POSITION DISPLA Y ( LA T/LON , TD) SET GO TO METHOD ( 1POINT , 35POINT , WPT/PORT SERVICE) OPERA TION MODE ( PLEASURE , FISHING) GPS/DGPS/TD OPTIONS GPS SETUP OPTIONS DGPS SETUP OPTIONS LOCAL TIME OFFSET ( 00:00 ) GEODETIC DA TUMS ( WGS-84 ) POS SMOOTHING ( 000 sec ) SPD/CSE SMOOTHING ( 005 sec ) GPS SPEED A VE ( 060 sec ) LA T OFFSET ( 0.
A-2 NOISE LIMITER ( OFF , NL1, NL2, NL3) CLUTTER ( AUTO , 0-9) WHITE MARKER [0-16 (or 0-8), Default: 0 ] HUE (1-9, Default: 1 ) SIGNAL LEVEL [SL1, SL2, SL3, SL4, SL5, SL6 (or SL1, SL2, SL3), Default: OFF ] PICTURE ADV ANCE (2/1, 1/1 , 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, STOP) E/S WINDOW ( STD , WIDE) 1 SOUNDER SETUP OPTIONS CONFIGURA TION SETUP NMEA PORT 1 SETUP NMEA/DGPS POR T 2 FORMA T (NMEA0183V er .
A-3 WPT/RTE key W A YPOINTS ROUTES LOG CREA TE VOY AGE BASED ROUTE LOCAL LIST ALPHA/NUMERIC LIST W A YPOINT BY CURSOR W A YPOINT BY RANGE & BEARING ALARM key AUDIO ALARM ( ON , OFF) ARRIV AL ALARM (ON, OFF ) ANCHOR ALARM (ON, OFF ) PROXIMITY ALARM (ON, OFF ) XTE ALARM (ON, OFF ) SPEED ALARM (WITHIN, OVER/UNDER, OFF ) Page 1 Page 2 (By soft key NEXT P AGE) BOTTOM ALARM (ON, OFF ) FISH (B/L) ALARM (ON, OFF ) FISH (NORMAL) (ON, OFF ) TEMP .
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A-7 Geodetic Chart List 001: WGS84 002: WGS72 003: TOKYO : Mean V alue (Japan, Korea & Okinawa) 004: NOR TH AMERICAN 1927 : Mean V alue (CONUS) 005: EUROPEAN 1950 : Mean V alue 006: AUSTRALIAN GEODETIC 1984 : Australia & T asmania 007: ADINDAN-MN : Mean V alue (Ethiopia & Sudan) 008: ADINDAN-E : Ethiopia 009: ADINDAN-MA : Mali 010: ADINDAN-SE : Senegal 01 1 ADINDAN-SU : Sudan 012: AFG : Somalia 013: AIN EL ABD 1970 : Bahrain Is.
SP - 1 SPECIFICA TIONS OF COLOR GPS/ PLOTTER/ SOUNDER: GP-1650F COLOR DGPS/ PLOTTER/ SOUNDER: GP-1650DF 1. GENERAL (1) Display 5.6 inch hig h resolution color LCD (2) Proj ection Mercator (3) Usable Area 85 ° latitude or below (4) Display Mode Plotter, Plotter/Sounder, Sounder, Highway display, Waypoint display , XTE(Cross Tr ack Error) display (5) Alarms Arrival and Anchor watch, Cross track error and border alarms, Ship ’ s speed in and out alarms, Water tem perature, Fish school 2.
SP - 2 (3) Colo r s Red , ye llow , g r een , pur pl e, l ight-bl u e , blue, whi t e (4) Memo r y Ca p acity Tr ack /Mark: 5000 poin ts, waypoin t: 800 poin ts, (5) Stora g e Ca paci ty Sim p le route : 200 route s with 35 w aypoin ts e ach (6) MOB 1 point (7) Quick route s 1 co ur se (8 ) Ele c troni c Ch art FU RU NO ch art ca rd o r NA V ION ICS c h art c a rd av ai l able C-MA P ch ar t c ard a l so av ail a ble for C-MA P NT Mo del 5.
Index-1 INDEX A A-scope display 2-4 Alarm information window 2-10, 9-4 ALARM key 2-10 Alarm messages 9-4 Alarms alarm information window 9-4 alarm message 9-4 anchor watch alarm 9-2 arrival alarm 9-1 audio alarm 9-1 bottom alarm 2-10 DGPS alarm 1 1-7 fish (B/L) alarm 2-10 fish (normal) alarm 2-10 proximity alarm 9-3 speed alarm 9-3 temperature (water) alarm 2-10 XTE alarm 9-2 Anchor watch alarm 9-2 Antenna height 1 1-6 Arrival alarm 9-1 Audio alarm 9-1 Auto course-up mode 3-1 Automatic sounder operation 2-5 B Background color chart 1 1-2 sounder 2-9 Battery replacement 13-2 Beacon baud rate 1 1-7 Beacon frequency 1 1-7 Beacon information display 3-6 Bottom alarm 2-10 Bottom echo 2-1 1 Bottom-lock display 2-3 Bottom-zoom display 2-3 Brilliance adjustment 1-4 Buoy data 3-4 C Chart details menu 1 1-2 Chart of fset menu 1 1-1 Chart scale 3-2 Chart setup options menu 1 1-1–1 1-2 CLEAR key 2-10 Clutter rejection 2-7 Configuration menu 1 1-10–1 1-13 Course vector 1 1-3 Course-up mode 3-1 Cross-track error alarm.
Index-2 H Highway display 3-7 Hue (sounder) 2-9 I Indications enlargement of nav data 3-5 sounder display 2-2 Interference rejection 2-7 K Keyboard test 13-5 L Lat/lon display resolution 1 1-3 Light.
Index-3 Routes connecting (two) 7-2 entering by cursor 7-2 entering through route list 7-1 entering track based 7-4 erasing 7-5 inserting waypoints on the plotter display 7-3 inserting waypoints thr.
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