Monday, June18, 2018

' Autohelm St3000 Wheel Drive Autopilot Quick Ref'

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Any reference to Raytheon or
RTN in this manual should be
interpreted as names Raytheon and RTN
are owned by the
Raytheon Wheel Pilot Quick Reference Guide
Basic operation
Auto mode
Entering Auto mode Engaging the autopilot Making course changes
changes or
changes to
to port starboard
Returning to Standby Disengaging the autopilot
Returning to previous locked heading
1 sec then again to accept heading
Track mode Wind Vane mode
Entering Track mode from Auto or Wind Vane mode Entering Wind Vane mode
to enter Track mode
Press STANDBY or AUTO to exit Wind Vane mode
and Using AutoTack
then to accept new heading
AutoTack AutoTack to
to port and and starboard
Press STANDBY or 100 100
AUTO to exit
Autopilot displays
Switching lighting onoff Switching AutoSeastate onoff
from Standby mode only from Vane modes
and and
Press to Press to
switch between switch between
Wait 10 sec to return to previous mode Wheel Pilot Quick Reference Guide
Compass calibration
1 Enter compass Start turning boat
see 2 below
1 sec
2 Turn boat in slow circles
Turn the boat in slow circles so
boats speed stays below 2 knots
each circle takes at least 3 minutes
3 Autopilot displays amount of deviation detected
Keep turning the boat until the display alternates between
autopilot heading
deviation detected
4 Align the autopilot heading
Adjust the autopilot heading to match the boats steering compass
Autopilot heading Autopilot heading compass
5 Save changes
To To
save deviation correction quit compass calibration
save heading alignment without saving
1 sec return to STANDBY mode
number 860052 use with handbook 81194
Date June 2001

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