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DSM300 DSM30
Digital number 870801
Date November and registered Raymarine and SeaTalk are registered trademarks of Raymarine plc
All other product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of of this handbook Raymarine 2006
Contents
Trademarks and registered trademarks 2
Important Information Intended Use 5
Safety Notices 5
EMC Conformance 6
Declaration of Conformity 6
Product Disposal 6
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEE Directive 6
Warranty 6
Chapter 1 DSM Installation 11 Introduction 7
Planning the Installation 7
EMC Installation Guidelines 7
Suppression Ferrites 8
Connections to Other Equipment 8
12 Unpacking and Inspecting the Components 9
Cable Options 10
13 Selecting Sounder Module Mounting Location 10
14 Mounting the Sounder Module 11
15 Cable Runs 14
16 System Connections 14
Transducer Connection 15
DC Power Connection 15
Ground Connection 18
17 Display Configuration 18
Configuring E Series Displays 18
Configuring C Series Displays 19
Configuring hsb2 PLUS Pathfinder Series Displays 20
Chapter 2 Maintenance and Problem Solving 21 Maintenance 21
Routine Checks 21
Cleaning Instructions 21
EMC Servicing and Safety Guidelines 22
22 Resetting the System 23
For E Series and C Series Displays 23
For hsb2 PLUS Series Displays 23
23 Problem Solving 25
Common Problems and Their Solutions 25
Status LED 26
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24 How to Contact Raymarine On the Internet Customer Support In the US
Accessories and Parts Technical Support Product Repair and Service In Europe
Technical Support Accessories and Parts Worldwide Support General
Sounder Features Index 33
Important Information
Raymarine DSM300 and DSM30 Digital Sounder Modules provide echo sounder
data that can be displayed on Raymarine E Series C Series and hsb2 PLUS
Pathfinder Series display units
This manual contains important information for installing and maintaining your
Digital Sounder Module Raymarines Technical Services or your
local dealer will be available to answer any questions you may have
Instructions on how to operate the fishfinder application can be found in the
handbook for your particular display system
Intended Use
DSM300 and DSM30 Digital Sounder Modules are intended for depth finding and
fishfinding purposes on recreational class boats Echo
sounders require an appropriate Raymarine transducer and cable
Safety Notices
This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the
instructions contained in this manual Failure to do so can result in personal injury
andor navigational inaccuracies In particular
CAUTION High Voltage
Digital Sounder Modules contains high voltages Adjustments require specialized
service procedures and tools only available to qualified service technicians there
are no user serviceable parts or adjustments The operator should never remove
the cover or attempt to service the equipment
CAUTION Transducer Cable
Removing the transducer cable from the rear of the DSM300 or DSM30 while the
sounder module is powered on can cause sparks Only remove the transducer
cable after power has been removed from the DSM As with any electronic device
be sure the sounder module is mounted where it is well ventilated and free from
gasoline fumes
If the transducer cable is accidentally removed while the DSM is powered on
remove power from the sounder module replace the transducer cable and then
return power to the module As a safety feature the sounder module only
recognizes that the transducer is connected at powerup
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EMC Conformance
All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry
standards for use in the recreational marine environment
The design and manufacture of Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to
the appropriate Compatibility EMC standards but correct
installation is required to ensure that performance is not Declaration of Conformity
Raymarine plc declare that the DSM300 and DSM30 Digital Sounder Modules are
in compliance with the essential requirements of EMC directive 2004108EC
The original Declaration of Conformity certificate may be viewed on the relevant
product page at Product Disposal
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEE Directive
The WEEE Directive requires the recycling of waste electrical and electronic
equipment While the WEEE Directive does not apply to some of Raymarines
products we support its requirements as part of our environmental policy and we
ask you to be aware of how you should dispose of this product
The wheelie bin symbol found on our products signifies that it should not be
disposed of in general waste or landfill Please contact your local dealer national
distributor or Raymarine Technical Services for information on product disposal
Warranty
To register your Digital Sounder Module ownership please take a few minutes to
fill out the warranty registration card found at the end of this handbook It is very
important that you complete the owner information and return the card to the
factory in order to receive full warranty benefits
Chapter 1 DSM Introduction
This chapter provides details for mounting the DSM300 and DSM30 and
connecting to the display
For the system to display depth water temperature and speed you must install
the transducer types capable of transmitting the appropriate data
Planning the Installation
Before you install your system plan the installation considering
Location of the sounder module as described in Section 13
Cable Runs as described in Section 15
Correct transducer for your application
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 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 5 ft 15 m from any equipment transmitting or cables carrying
radio signals eg 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 nor
mally be assumed to spread 20 degrees above and below the radiating
element
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The equipment is supplied from a separate battery from that used for engine
start Voltage drops below 10 V and starter motor transients can cause the
equipment to reset
This will not damage the equipment but may cause the loss of some informa
tion 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 reas
sembled in the same position
Suppression Ferrites
The following illustration shows typical cable suppression ferrites used with
Raymarine equipment Always use the ferrites supplied by D35483
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 that is closest to the Raymarine 1 DSM Installation 9
12 Unpacking and Inspecting the Components
Unpack your system carefully to prevent damage to the equipment Save the
carton and packing in case you need to return the unit for service Check that you
have all the correct system components
DSM300
Power Cable 3m
part no R69053
C Series Network Cable 3m
DSM300 Digital Sounder Module part no E65010
part no E63069
DSM300
DSM30
DSM300
Operation
hsb2 adapter 4pin to 3pin
Installation
Manual
Manual
part no R69081
Installation Manual Operation Manual for PLUS Mounting Screws
D95981
part no 87080 Displays part no 81249 No8 x4
DSM30
Power Cable 3m
part no R69053
Mounting Screws No8 x4
DSM30 Digital Sounder Module DSM300
DSM30
part no E63074 Installation
Manual
C Series Network Cable 3m Installation Manual
D95991
part no E65010 part no 87080
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A 3mlong cable is included for connecting your sounder module to a C Series or
hsb2 PLUS Pathfinder Series display Longer cables and connection cables for
other types of systems must be purchased separately
Note C Series displays have 4pin connectors while the older hsb2 PLUS Series displays
have a 3pin This requires that you use a 4pin to 3pin adapter Raymarine
part number R69081 when connecting a sounder module to an hsb2 PLUS Series display
This adapter is included with the DSM300 but must be ordered separately with a DSM30
Select from the following cable options
Cable Options
System Cable Part No
E Series SeaTalkhs Network Cable RJ45 15m E55049
SeaTalkhs Network Cable RJ45 5m E55050
SeaTalkhs Network Cable RJ45 10m E55051
SeaTalkhs Network Cable RJ45 20m E55052
C Series C Series Network Cable 10m E65011
hsb2 PLUS Series hsb2 In Line Terminator R58117
Pathfinder hsb2 Splitter Cable E55040
hsb2 Adapter Cable 4pin to 3pin R69081
13 Selecting Sounder Module Mounting Location
DSM300 and DSM30 sounder modules are waterproof to IPX7 is and is designed
to be mounted either above or below deck
Mount the DSM where it is
protected from physical damage and excessive vibration
protected from prolonged exposure to rain salt spray and direct sunlight
well ventilated
as close to the transducer as possible
Do not locate the DSM
in the engine compartment
on the main console
When planning the installation the following should be considered to ensure
reliable and trouble free operation
Access There must be sufficient space below the unit to enable cable con
nections to the panel connectors avoiding tight bends in the 1 DSM Installation
11
Interference The selected location should be far enough away from
devices that may cause interference such as motors generators and radio
See the EMC guidelines earlier in this chapter
Magnetic compass Mount the unit at least 3 ft 1 m away from a magnetic
compass
Cable runs The unit must be located near a DC power source The power
cable supplied is 10 ft 3 m
Environment Provide good ventilation to prevent overheating
CAUTION Do Not Remove the Transducer Cable
Removing the transducer cable from the sounder module while
power is turned on can cause sparks As with any electronic
device be sure the sounder module is mounted where it is well
ventilated and free from gasoline fumes
14 Mounting the Sounder Module
The DSM can be mounted either above or below deck using the supplied
hardware To allow for ease of cable connection mount the sounder module so
that the cables hang below the unit
88 mm 418 mm
346 in 165 in
Weight 22 lbs 10 Kg
996 in 2529 mm
Compass Safe Distance 39 in 1 m
617 mm
243 in
D74681
951 in 2416 mm 737 in 1872 mm
1076 in 2733 mm
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To mount the DSM
1 Hold the module in the location where you want to mount it making sure it is
perpendicular to the deck
2 Mark the location of the four key holes onto the mounting surface
t ica
D74791
3 Drill a 964 pilot hole at each of the marked Ver
tica
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Note For fiberglass with a gelcoat surface you should overdrill the surface to prevent the
gelcoat from chipping when driving in the screw Before drilling the pilot hole hand drill
the marked location with an oversized bit and countersink to approximately 38 diame
4 Drive the supplied 8 screws into the pilot holes Screw them in about half way
5 Mount the module to the surface slipping the screw heads through the four
key holes
6 Press the module downward so the screws align with the narrow end of the
keyholes
1 2 3
6 m um
D74801
7 Tighten the screws Do not overtighten
D74691
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15 Cable Runs
Consider the following before installing the system cables
You will need to attach power transducer and display cables
All cables should be adequately secured protected from physical damage
and protected from exposure to heat
Avoid running cables through bilges or doorways or close to moving or hot
objects
Avoid sharp bends
Use a watertight feedthrough wherever a cable passes through an exposed
bulkhead or deckhead
Secure cables in place using tiewraps or lacing twine Coil any extra cable
and tie it out of the way
16 System Connections
The connector panel provides the following connection sockets
TD 7pin socket for connecting to the transducer
HSB2 4pin socket for connecting to a C Series or hsb2 PLUS Series display
POWER 3pin socket two for connecting to boats DC power and one RF
ground screen connection
SEATALK HS RJ45 socket for connecting to an E Series display
107 to 32 VDC DSM300
C Series or hsb2 PLUS 107 to 18 VDC DSM30
Transducer E Series Display
D74642
CAUTION
To protect exposed pins please place the attached dust cover
over the socket 4pin or RJ45 to which you are not connecting a
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Transducer Connection
A 30 ft 10 m cable is supplied with the transducer This cable has a connector
plug with an outer nut that you must attach at one end for attaching to the
TD connector on the sounder module Optional extension cables are available
CAUTION Do Not Cut or Splice the Transducer Cable
There is high voltage on the transducer cable Splicing could
create a safety hazard
Cutting the transducer cable severely reduces sonar
performance If the cable is cut it must be replacedit cannot
be repaired
Cutting the transducer cable will void the warranty and
invalidate the European CE mark
DC Power Connection
The DSM300 is intended for use on boats DC power systems rated from 107 V to
32 V The DSM30 is intended for use on boats DC power systems rated from 107
V to 18 V 12 volt systems only
The power connection to the unit should be made at either the output of the
battery isolator switch or at a DC power distribution panel Power should be fed
directly to the DSM via its own dedicated cable system and protected by a thermal
circuit breaker or fuse on the red positive wire that is installed close to the power
connection
A10 ft 3 m power cable is supplied with the unit This cable has a connector plug
at one end for attaching to the POWER connector on the sounder module and
3 wires at the other end for connecting the power supply The power cable may be
extended by up to 60 ft 20 m using a wire gauge of AWG 12 or greater
The RED wire must be connected to the feed from the positive battery terminal
and the BLACK wire to the feed from the negative battery terminal The shield
wire drain should be connected to the boats RF ground See Ground
Connection on page 18
Install a quick blow 8 amp fuse on the red positive wire
CAUTION If the power connections are accidentally reversed the
system will not work Use a multimeter to ensure that the input
power leads are connected for correct polarity
DC power is connected at the 3pin POWER connector on the units connector
panel The connector viewed from the outside and pin functions are shown in
the following diagram and table
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1 2
D61621
Pin No Function Color
1 Battery positive Red
2 Battery negative Black
3 Shield drain wire No insulation
There is no power switch on the DSM The unit turns on when the power cord is
attached to boats power and plugged into the POWER connector on the
connector panel
Note You should locate the DSM so that the power cord can be easily removed if
necessary If the sounder is placed in a location Raymarine strongly
suggests installing an onoff switch on the DSM power cord at a point where it is easily
accessible
Sounder Module E Series Display Unit
Power Supply
D96001
Transducer
Power Connections with an E Series 1 DSM Installation 17
Sounder Module C Series Display Unit
Power Supply
D96011
Transducer
Power Connections with a C Series Display
Sounder Module Power Supply hsb 2 PLUS Series Display Unit
D96021
Transducer
Power Connections with an hsb2 PLUS Series Display
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Ground Connection
It is important that an effective RF ground is connected to the system A single
ground point should be used for all equipment You can ground the sounder
module by connecting the drain wire shield of the Power Input cable to the
boats RF ground If you need to extend the wire the extension wire should be an
8 mm braid or AWG 10 cable If your boat does not have an RF
system connect the drain wire to the negative battery terminal
The DC system should be either
Negative grounded with the negative battery terminal connected to the
boats ground
Floating with neither battery terminal connected to the boats ground
This system is not intended for use on positive ground vessels
17 Display The DSM must be connected to an hsb2 PLUS Series C Series or E Series display
unit to show echo sounder data How you configure your sounder module
depends on the type of display to which you will be connecting it
Configuring E Series Displays
The E Series system operates on the SeaTalkhs network E Series cables have an
RJ45 modular connector that attach to the SEATALK HS connector on the
sounder module See Cable Options on page 10 for a list of available E Series
cables When the DSM is used with a single display connection is made via a
SeaTalkhs Crossover Coupler
Sounder Module
E Series Display
D96031
Crossover Coupler
E55060
SeaTalkhs Cable SeaTalkhs Cable
Configuring an E Series System Single 1 DSM Installation 19
When used in a multiple display system connect the DSM to the SeaTalkhs
Network Switch
DSM SeaTalkhs Network Switch
E55058
E Series Display E Series Display
D96041
SeaTalkhs Cable
SeaTalkhs Cable
SeaTalkhs Cable
Configuring an E Series System Multiple Displays
Configuring C Series Displays
The C Series system uses cables with a round 4pin twistlock network connector
A 3mlong C Series cable is included with your sounder module and is also
available in a 10 m length Raymarine part number E65011 The display cable
attaches to the 4pin male connector labelled HSB2on the connector panel of
the sounder module
Sounder Module
C Series Display
D96051
4pin to 4pin C Series Cable
Configuring a C Series System
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Configuring hsb2 PLUS Pathfinder Series Displays
hsb2 PLUS network cables have a triangular 3pin connector on both ends When
using the DSM with an hsb2 PLUS Series display connect the supplied 4pin to
3pin hsb2 adapter between the sounder module and the network cable
The hsb2 system must be terminated at both ends of the network If a PLUS Series
display is the last device on the network an inline terminator is installed on the
cable where it connects to the display The network connection in the DSM
however is internally terminated it does not require an inline terminator
Because the sounder module is internally terminated it must be
installed at the end of the hsb2 network You must not use an inline
terminator on the DSM end of the network If an hsb2 splitter is
used connect it to a display and not to the DSM
Sounder Module
hsb2 PLUS Series Display
D96061
R69081 4pin to 3pin
hsb2 adapter hsb2 Inline
R58117
Terminator
3pin to 3pin hsb2 cable
Configuring an hsb2 PLUS System Single Display
Sounder Module
hsb2 PLUS Series Display hsb2 PLUS Series Display
R69081 4pin to 3pin
hsb2 adapter D96071
hsb2 Inline
R55040 hsb2 R58117
Terminator
Splitter
3pin hsb2 cable 3pin hsb2 cable
Configuring an hsb2 PLUS System Multiple 2 Maintenance and Problem Solving 21
Chapter 2 Maintenance and Problem
Solving
This chapter provides information on routine maintenance and on possible causes
of problems you may experience with your Digital Sounder Module
21 Maintenance
CAUTION
The sounder unit contains high voltage Adjustments require
specialized service procedures and tools only available to
qualified service technicians There are no user serviceable parts
or adjustments and the operator should not attempt to service
the equipment The operator should not remove the rear cover of
the module
Routine Checks
The sounder module is a sealed unit Maintenance procedures are therefore
limited to the following periodic checks
Examine the cables for signs of damage such as chafing cuts or nicks
Check that the cable connectors are firmly attached
Cleaning Instructions
Cleaning the Module
The DSM is a sealed unit and does not require regular cleaning However if you
find it necessary to clean the unit please follow these basic procedures
Ensure power is off
Wipe the module clean with a damp cloth
If necessary use IPA isopropyl alcohol or a mild detergent solution to
remove grease marks
Cleaning the Transducer
Sea growth can collect quickly on the bottom of the transducer this can reduce
the performance in just a few weeks To prevent the buildup of sea growth coat
the transducer with a thin layer of paint
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Use only a waterbased antifouling paint or a waterbased paint specifically
designed for transducers Apply the paint with a brush
If your transducer becomes fouled or stops working because of sand or sea
growth use a stiff brush to clean it You may sand the surface with a finegrit wet
or dry sandpaper 320 grade or finer but this will affect the performance of the
unit when the boat is moving at higher speeds
The paddle wheel mechanism may become jammed by dirt grit or barnacles
Work the contaminant out of the mechanism then clean the unit with soap and
water or alcohol
Cleaning the Hull
Use caution when sanding or cleaning the outside of the hull near the transducer
CAUTION
Harsh cleaning solvents such as acetone may damage the
transducer
EMC Servicing and Safety Guidelines
Raymarine equipment should be serviced only by authorized Raymarine ser
vice technicians They will ensure that service procedures and replacement
parts used will not affect performance There are no user serviceable parts in
any Raymarine product
Some products generate high voltages so never handle the tors when power is being supplied to the equipment
When powered up all electrical equipment produces fields
These can cause adjacent pieces of electrical equipment to interact with one
another with a consequent adverse effect on operation
To minimize these effects and enable you to get the best possible perfor
mance from your Raymarine equipment guidelines are given in the installa
tion instructions to enable you to ensure minimum interaction between
different items of equipment ie ensure optimum Compati
bility EMC
Always report any EMCrelated problem to your nearest Raymarine dealer
We use such information to improve our quality standards
In some it may not be possible to prevent the equipment from
being affected by external influences In general this will not damage the
equipment but it can lead to spurious resetting action or may result in
momentary faulty 2 Maintenance and Problem Solving 23
22 Resetting the System
The Reset function returns the sounder module to its factory default values How
you perform the reset depends on the type of display the sounder module is
connected to
CAUTION Factory Reset
The factory reset clears the sonar depth offset and speed and
temperature For E Series and C Series Displays
To perform the factory reset
1 Make sure that FISHFINDER is the active screen on the display
2 Press MENU
3 Scroll to and then select FISHFINDER SETUP
4 Scroll to and select DSM Reset
5 Scroll to Reset DSM
6 To confirm the reset select YES
i The power on the DSM cycles OFF and ON
ii The introductory logo is displayed
iii After a few seconds an application page and a navigation warning is dis
played
7 To continue read the warning and then press OK
The reset is complete
For hsb2 PLUS Series Displays
To perform the factory reset
1 Make sure that SONAR is the active screen on the display
2 Press MENU
3 Press the SONAR SET UP soft key to display the Sonar Set Up page
4 Press and hold MENU for 5 seconds
The RESET TO DEFAULTS soft key appears
5 Press RESET TO DEFAULTS
New soft keys appear ARE YOU SURE YES NO
6 Press YES to confirm the reset
i The power on the DSM cycles OFF and ON
ii The message SONAR DATA UNAVAILABLE appears
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iii An audible alarm is sounded
iv The normal sonar image resumes scrolling across the display
The reset is complete
To cancel the reset
Before pressing YES as described in item 4 above press any of the following
keys DISPLAY MULTI VRMEBL MARKS RANGE GAIN or
ALARMS
This action opens up a new menu according to the key pressed
Press either the ENTER or CLEAR key This action returns the unit to the
Sonar Set Up 2 Maintenance and Problem Solving 25
23 Problem Solving
All Raymarine products are prior to packing and shipping subjected to
comprehensive test and quality assurance programs However if this unit should
develop a fault please refer to the following table to identify the most likely cause
and the corrective action required to restore normal operation
If you still have a problem after referring to the table below contact your local
dealer national distributor or Raymarine Technical Services Department for
further advice Always quote the product serial numbers The serial number is
printed on the back of the unit
Common Problems and Their Solutions
Table 21 Common Sounder Problems
Problem Correction
Display freezes 1 Check that the scroll speed is not set to zero
2 Check the transducer cable for damage If damaged the
cable and transducer must be replaced as a unit
Sounder does not display 1 Fish arches are not displayed if the boat is stopped
fish fish appear on the display as straight line
2 Ensure the transducer is within 10 of vertical
3 Check that the gain is not set too low
Sounder does not see 1 If you have a transommount transducer check that the
bottom or fish transducer hasnt kickedup on hitting an object
2 Check that the gain is not set too low
3 Check that the transducer is within 10 of vertical
4 Check that the transducer face is not covered or fouled
If necessary clean the transducer
5 Check the voltage from the power source if this is too low
it can affect the transmitting power of the sounder
Sounder displays a lot of 1 Check that the gain is not set too high
background noise 2 Check that the transducer is mounted correctly and is
clean
Sounder speed or log 1 Check that the transducer paddle wheel is clean
readings are wrong 2 If necessary add a speed offset
3 If receiving SeaTalk speed unplug the SeaTalk connector
from the display
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Table 21 Common Sounder Problems
Problem Correction
Sounder temperature 1 If necessary adjust the TEMP CALIBRATE parameter
readings are wrong 2 If receiving SeaTalk temperature unplug the SeaTalk con
nector from the display
Sonar display is unreli 1 Turbulence around the transducer may be confusing the
able at high boat speeds unit
Status LED
The LED on the connector panel provides valuable information on the status of
your sounder module The LED blinks green while the module is operating
normally If the unit detects a problem the LED blinks amber to indicate a warning
or red for an error The number of times the LED blinks is a code representing the
nature of the problem For multiple the codes are given in
sequence with a 15 second pause between strings
The following table shows the various LED status codes and their meanings
Table 22 Status LED Warning Indications
No of Cleared
Color blinks Meaning every 10 min
W Amber 1 Transducer Sense Failure
A 2 Network not detected 1
R 3 High Temperature Warning
N 4 Reserved
I 5 Reserved
N 6 Reserved
G 7 Reserved
S 8 Watchdog Timeout Reboot
After 30 seconds of no network activity the sounder enters Standby mode No sonar pings
are emitted and no warnings are output on the LED Instead the LED blinks green once
every 10 seconds
For example if the Transducer Sense fails and the network is not detected the LED blinks
amber once pauses 15 secs blinks amber twice 05 secs apart pauses 15 secs and then
repeats the sequence until the problems are resolved or up to 10 minutes 2 Maintenance and Problem Solving
27
Table 23 Status LED Error Indications
No of Cleared
Color blinks Meaning every 10 min
Red 1 Unknown Error
E 2 Battery Voltage Error
R 3 High Temperature Error
R 4 Flash Memory Failure
O 5 Reserved
R 6 Reserved
S 7 Reserved
8 Hardware Monitor Failure
A solid red LED not blinking indicates a fatal error condition If the event of a fatal error
the system will power cycle to attempt to selfcorrect the condition If the condition
persists please contact Raymarine Customer Service
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24 How to Contact Raymarine
On the Internet
Visit the Raymarine World Wide Web site for the latest information on Raymarine
electronic equipment and systems at
Customer Support
Navigate to the Customer Support page for links to
Finding Factory Service locations and Authorized Dealers near you
Registering your Raymarine products
Accessing handbooks in Adobe Acrobat format
Downloading RayTech software updates
Accessing the Raymarine solution database
Clicking the Find Answers link routes you to our solution database Search
questions and answers by product category keywords or phrases If the answer
you are seeking is not available click the Ask Raymarine tab to submit your own
question to our technical support staff who will reply to you by email
In the US
Accessories and Parts
Many Raymarine accessory items and parts can be obtained directly from your
authorized Raymarine dealer
However if you are in need of an item not available from the retailer please
contact Raymarine Technical Services at
ext 2333 or
ext 2333
Technical Service is available Monday through Friday 400 AM to 600 PM Eastern
Time
Please have the Raymarine item or part number ready when calling if placing an
order If you are not sure which item is appropriate for your unit you should first
contact the Technical Support Department to verify your 2 Maintenance and Problem Solving 29
Technical Support
For technical support call
ext 2444 or
ext 2444
Our Technical Support Specialists are available to answer questions about
installing operating and all Raymarine products
Questions can be sent directly to our Technical Support Department via the
Internet Point your browser to and click on the Customer
Support link From there select Find Answers and click the Ask Raymarine tab
Product Repair and Service
In the unlikely event your Raymarine unit should develop a problem please
contact your authorized Raymarine dealer for assistance The dealer is best
equipped to handle your service requirements and can offer timesaving help in
getting the equipment back into normal operation
In the event that repairs can not be obtained conveniently product service may
also be obtained by returning the unit to
Raymarine Inc
Product Repair Center
21 Manchester Street
Merrimack NH 030544821
The Product Repair Center is open Monday through Friday 815 am to 500 pm
Eastern Time All products returned to the Repair Center are registered upon
receipt Should you wish to inquire about the repair status of your unit contact
the Product Repair Center at
ext 2118 or
ext 2118
Please have the unit serial number ready when you call We will do everything
possible to make the repair and return your unit as quickly as possible
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In Europe
In Europe Raymarine support service and accessories may be obtained from your
authorized dealer or contact
Raymarine plc
Anchorage Park
Portsmouth Hampshire
England PO3 5TD
Tel44 0 23 9269 3611
Fax44 0 23 9269 4642
Technical Support
The Technical Services Department handles inquiries concerning operation fault diagnosis and repair For technical helpdesk contact
Tel44 0 23 9271 4713
Fax44 0 23 9266 1228
Accessories and Parts
Raymarine accessory items and parts are available through your authorized
Raymarine dealer Please refer to the lists of component part numbers and
optional accessories in the Installation chapter of this manual and have the
Raymarine part number ready when speaking with your dealer
If you are uncertain about what item to choose for your Raymarine unit please
contact our Customer Services Department prior to placing your order
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CE conform to 2004108EC EMC Size 1076 x 737 x 243 2733 x 1872 x 617 mm
Weight 22 lbs 10 kg
Mounting Four keyholed mounting tabs mounting screws
Power
Voltage Reverse polarity protected
DSM300 External 10732 VDC required
DSM30 External 10718 VDC required
Current 05 A 80 A peak
Fuse 8 A Waterproof to IPX7
Operating Range 10C to 50C
Storage Range 20C to 70C
Humidity up to 95 at 35C Connectors 7 pin transducer
4 pin hsb2 inputoutput
3 pin power
RJ45 SeaTalk hs
Sounder Features
DSM300 DSM30
Output Power Adjustable to 1000 watts RMS Adjustable to 600 Watts RMS
Frequency Dual 50 kHz and 200 kHz Dual 50 kHz and 200 kHz
Pulse Length 100 sec to 4 msec 100 sec to 4 msec
Max Transmit Rate 1580 pulses min 50 range 1580 pulses min 50 range
Depth 3 to 5000 ft 1700 m 3 to 3000 ft 1000 m
Transducer inhull or inhull or
thruhull thruhull
32 DSM300 and DSM30 Installation Manual
Index High Voltage 5
HSB2 Connector 14
hsb2 PLUS Series displays
Connections 17 20
A I
Accessories 10 Installation 7 10
Cable Runs 14
C Series displays L
Connections 17 19 LED 26
Cable Runs 10 14 Location 10
Cleaning Instructions 21 18 Maintenance 14 Mounting 11
C Series displays 17 19
Display 14 N
E Series displays 16 18 Network Switch 19
Ground 18 O
hsb2 19 20 Options 10
hsb2 PLUS Series displays 17 20
Power 14 15 P
SeaTalk hs 14 18 Power 15
System 14 Connection 14
Transducer 14 15 POWER Connector 14
Crossover Coupler 18 R
D Reset 23
Dimensions 11 Routine Checks 21
Display S
Configuration 18 Safety 5
Connections 14 High Voltage 5
E SeaTalk hs
E Series displays Connections 14 18
Connections 16 Crossover Coupler 18
EMC Network Switch 19
Servicing Safety Guidelines 22 SEATALK HS Connector 14
Error codes 26 Servicing
EMC Guidelines 22
F 31
Factory Reset 23 Status LED 26
G Supplied Equipment 9
Ground Connections 18 System Connections 14
H T
Help from Raymarine 28 TD Connector 14
34 DSM300 and DSM30 Installation Cleaning 21
Connections 14 15
Warning codes 26
Warranty 6

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