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Raymarine Dsm400 Installation Instructions 87092 2

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Raymarine UK Ltd number 870922
Date November 3 NonDiplexed transducer 19
Safety notices 5 Custom transducer 19
Ultrasonic transducer 21
Important 7
DC power connection 21
Introduction Intended use Ground connection 22
EMC conformance Power input cable 22
Declaration of conformity Transducer cable 22
WEEE Directive Display connection 23
RoHS Directive Connecting to an ESeries 23
Connecting to multiple ESeries displays 24
Warranty Connecting to a GSeries system 24
Handbook Maintenance and 9 25
Introduction Maintenance 25
EMC installation EMC servicing and safety 25
Cable suppression ferrites Routine checks 26
Planning the Location of the sounder Resetting the system 27
Whats in the box 28
Common problems and their solutions 28
Installing the DSM400 Thermocline 29
Cable runs Thermocline 29
Power cable Transducer cable Warnings and errors 30
Contacting Raymarine 31
System and transducer connections 17 Using the website 31
Introduction In the 31
Unit connections Worldwide 32
Transducer connections In Europe 32
Features notices Warning Sources of ignition
This equipment MUST NOT be installed
Warning Product installation
in atmospheres
This equipment must be installed and such as an engine room
operated in accordance with the
Raymarine instructions provided Warning Transducer cable
Failure to do so could result in poor
Removing the transducer cables from
product performance personal injury
the unit while powered ON can cause
andor damage to your boat
sparks Only remove a transducer
cable after the unit has been powered
Warning High voltage
This equipment contains high voltages
DO NOT remove the covers or access Warning Operation
internal components unless instructed NEVER operate the sounder with the
to do so within the product handbook boat out of the water
NEVER remove the DSM400 cover when NEVER touch the transducer face when
power is connected the sounder is powered on
SWITCH OFF the sounder if divers are
Warning Power supply
likely to be within 25 ft 5 m of the
Make sure the boats power supply is set transducer
to OFF before starting to install this
product Unless stated otherwise only Caution Mounting the unit
connect or disconnect this equipment Due to the weight of the unit it must be
with the power supply set to OFF mounted using the bolts supplied DO
NOT use selftapping screws as these
Warning Heavy object will not support the weight
The DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
weighs 27 lbs 1225 kg Ensure that Caution Service and
the chosen location for the unit is able Maintenance
to support the weight This product contains no user service
Take care when lifting or moving the able parts
6 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder The original Declaration of Conformity certificate
may be viewed
on the relevant product page at Raymarine DSM400 is a black box
digital sounder module that provides full
function fishfinding and sonar capabilities
WEEE Directive
to Raymarine ESeries and GSeries The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Directive requires the recycling of waste electrical and
electronic equipment Whilst the WEEE Directive does
not apply to some Raymarine products we support its
Intended use D1
policy and ask you to be aware of how to dispose of this
The intended use for your Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder
The crossed out wheelie bin symbol illustrated above and
Module is for leisure marine boats and workboats not covered by
found on our products signifies that this product should not Maritime Organisation IMO and Safety of Life at
disposed of in general waste or landfill
Sea SOLAS Carriage Regulations
Please contact your local dealer national distributor or
Raymarine Technical Services for information on product
EMC conformance disposal
All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the
best industry standards for use in the leisure marine market
RoHS Directive
The design and manufacture of Raymarine equipment and This product uses components that comply with the
Restriction of the use of certain conform to the appropriate EMC standards but correct installation is
COMPLIANT Substances RoHS Directive to ensure that performance is not of plc declare that the DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
is in compliance with the essential requirements of EMC
this handbook the following conventions are used
This symbol indicates a hint or tip
This symbol indicates a register your Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder please take a few minutes to fill out the card found in the box or visit
register online
It is important that you register your product to receive full
warranty benefits Your unit package includes a barcode the serial number of the unit You should stick this
label to the warranty registration the best of our knowledge the information in this handbook
was correct as 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 without notice As a result accept liability for any differences between the product
and the Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
Chapter 1 chapter deals with the installation of the DSM400 Their design and manufacture conforms to the
Digital Sounder Module and covers the following appropriate Compatibility EMC
standards but correct installation is required to ensure
EMC installation refer to page 9 that performance is not compromised Although every
guidelines effort has been taken to ensure that they will perform
under all conditions It is important to understand what
Planning the installation refer to factors could affect the operation of the equipment
page 12 The guidelines given here describe the conditions for
optimum EMC performance but it is recognized that it
Whats in the box refer to
may not be possible to meet all of these conditions in all
page 13
situations To ensure the best possible conditions for
Installing the unit refer to EMC performance within the constraints imposed by any
page 13 location always ensure the maximum separation
possible between different items of electrical equipment
Cable runs refer to Place equipment at least 5ft 15 m from any
page 14 equipment transmitting or cables carrying radio
Extending cables refer to signals eg VHF radios cables and antennas In
page 15 the case of SSB radios the distance should be
increased to 7ft 2 to the unit are dealt with in System and Place equipment more than 7ft 2 m from the connections on page 17
of a radar beam A radar beam can normally be
assumed to spread 20 degrees above and below
the radiating element
12 EMC installation guidelines
The equipment is supplied from a separate battery
All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed from that used for engine start Voltage drops below
to the best industry standards for use in the recreational 10 V and starter motor transients can cause the
marine environment equipment to reset This will not damage the
Installation 9
equipment but may cause the loss of some information and
may change the operating mode
Cables are not cut or extended unless doing so is detailed
in the installation constraints on the installation prevent any of the Always allow the maximum separation possible between
different items of electrical equipment This will provide the
best conditions for EMC performance for the Cable suppression ferrites
The DSM400 is supplied with a pack of suppression must be fitted correctly to ensure optimum EMC perfor
mance and to comply with applicable EMC the ferrites to the cables supplied as shown cables and cables fitted to the system will also require
Use only ferrites of the correct type supplied by to other equipment
If Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other a cable not supplied by Raymarine a Raymarine suppres
sion ferrite MUST always be attached to the cable in a position
near the Raymarine unit
10 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
Cable suppression ferrite pack
70 mm 276 in
Cable tie
Cable tie
Cable clip
Ethernet Power SpeedTemp Transducer 1 Transducer 2 D110461
Note Cable ties are not required for the Transducer 1 or Transducer 2 Installation
14 Planning the installation Location of the sounder module
Warning Product installation The unit should be mounted where it will be
This equipment must be installed in protected from physical damage and excessive vibration
accordance with the instructions contained in protected from prolonged exposure to rain salt spray and
this handbook Failure to do so may result in direct sunlight
poor product performance personal injury well ventilated
andor damage to the boat
as close to the transducer as possible
Warning Sources of ignition When choosing a location for the sounder module consider the
This equipment must NOT be installed or used following points to ensure reliable and trouble free operation
in atmospheres such as Access there must be sufficient space below the unit to
an engine room enable cable connections to the unit avoiding tight bends
Interference the unit should be mounted far enough away
Warning Heavy object
from any device that may cause interference such as
The DSM400 Digital Sounder Module weighs 27 motors generators and radio See
lbs 1225 kg Ensure that the chosen location EMC installation guidelines on page 9
for the unit is able to support the weight
Magnetic compass mount the unit at least 3 ft 1 m
Take care when lifting or moving the unit
away from a magnetic compass
Caution Mounting the unit Vertical surface the unit must be mounted in an upright
Due to the weight of the unit it must be position
mounted using the bolts supplied DO NOT use
selftapping screws as these will not support DO NOT mount the unit
the weight
in an engine room
on the main installing the unit consider the following
on a horizontal surface
Location of the sounder module
Cable runs
Transducer Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
15 Whats in the box 16 Installing the unit
Unpack the unit and associated components carefully to Save the box and packing in case the unit needs to be Having selected a
suitable location install the unit using the
returned for service supplied that all the correct system components are included as
To install the unit
shown in the drawing below
1 Using tape secure the mounting template in the required
g te
4 in
4 in
12 mm
0 in
Screw Plain washer Spring washer Nut Self tapper screw
M6 x 60mm x8 M6 x8 M6 x8 M6 x8 No12 x8
2 Drill a 964 pilot hole at each of the eight marked locations
on the template
Not all cable glands are supplied fitted to the unit as shown
above but will be found loose in the components bag
Drill 964 pilot hole
in 8 positions 6
g te
4 in
4 in
12 mm
0 in
LE 5
Unit MUST be mounted in an upright position
For fiberglass mountings countersink each of the pilot
holes to prevent damage to the gelcoat when driving in the
6 Tighten the bolts to secure the unit in position
3 Fix the mounting bolts into the eight holes
4 Place the unit onto the mounting bolts
5 Press the module downwards to engage the key slots in the
17 Cable runs
Before installing the system cables consider the following
Power transducer and network cables need to be attached
to the unit
Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
Cables should be adequately secured protected from
physical damage and protected from exposure to heat 1 The figures assume a constant current of 7A
regardless of input voltage
Avoid running cables through bilges or doorways or close
to moving or hot objects 2 Cable length is the distance between the power source
and the unit
Avoid sharp bends 3 These wire sizes give a total drop of about 05 V
Use a watertight feedthrough wherever a cable passes between the power source and the unit achieving a
through an exposed bulkhead or deckhead minimum voltage at the unit of 105 V with a fully flat
battery at 11V
Secure cables in place using tiewraps or lacing twine Coil
any extra cable and tie it out of the way
Transducer cable
Power cable Raymarine does not recommend extending the power cable should be run as a single
length of cable from cable However if this is unavoidable contact your local dealer
the unit to the boats panel for refer to the following table to ensure that the correct
gauge of cable is used for the required cable length
Cable length Wire size
Feet Metres AWG mm2
10 3 14 21
15 46 14 21
20 6 12 33
25 76 12 33
30 9 10 53
Installation 15
16 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
Chapter 2 System and transducer chapter deals with connecting the DSM400 Digital Ultrasonic speeddepth refer to
page 21
Sounder Module to the system and transducers to the and covers
DC power connection refer to page 21
Unit connections refer to page 17 Grounding the display refer to page 22
Transducer connections refer to page 18 Connecting to a display refer to page 23
Custom transducer refer to page 19
Unit unit connectors are located at the base of the unit as shown below
Ethernet SpeedTemp
Power Transducer 1 Transducer 2
and transducer connections 17
23 Transducer connections
WARNING Transducer cable
Removing the transducer cables from the unit while powered ON can cause sparks Only remove a
transducer cable after the unit has been powered OFF
The following diagram shows the layout of the transducer connections within your DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
Watertight bungs supplied with your unit
should be fitted to any unused connectors
Screen Brown
Screen Brown
Screen Brown
4 3
Br Gr Wh Re G T Id G T Id
Transducer Depth 1 Depth 2

Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
The numbers within the drawing refer to the detailed illustrations within this Only one temperature wire should be connected To
either the or nondiplexed transducer Bundle Function
input as High frequency
transducer cables
Low transducer cables contain wires bundled as
detailed and should be connected within the sounder module as in the following diagram
Orangeshield Transducer IDGround
1 The overall screen must be connected to the unit earth bolt
Screen Brown
using the ground spur cable supplied refer to Ground
connection on page 22
G T Id 24 Custom transducer
If the cable connections for the transducer you are using with
your DSM400 do not include an Orange ID wire you will need
to configure the sounder unit manually to match the power and
frequency of the transducer To do this use one of the four
override rotary switches located on the left of the sounder unit
printed circuit board PCB
System and transducer connections
It is important that when you make a manual override to settings make sure that you match the power and High Frequency Low
settings exactly or you may damage the transducer
0 Override OFF use Orange Override OFF use Orange
The rotary switches have the following settings ID ID
1 Disconnected use Orange Disconnected use Orange
ID cable but channel is dis ID cable but channel is dis
connected connected
2 Reserved Reserved
3 Reserved Reserved
4 200 KHz 100 W 50 KHz 600 W
5 200 KHz 300 W 50 KHz 1 kW
6 200 KHz 600 W 50 KHz 2 kW
7 200 KHz 1 kW 50 KHz 3 kW
8 200 KHz 2 kW 38 KHz 600 W
9 185 KHz 100 W 38 KHz 1 kW
A 185 KHz 300 W 38 KHz 2 kW
B 185 KHz 600 W 38 KHz 3 kW
C 185 KHz 1 kW 28 KHz 600 W
D 185 KHz 2 kW 28 KHz 1 kW
E Reserved 28 KHz 2 kW
F Reserved 28 KHz 3 kW
20 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
25 Ultrasonic trans 26 DC power you are installing a separate ultrasonic WARNING Power you should
connect it to the sounder unit as shown Make sure the boats power supply is set to OFF
in the following diagram before starting to install this product Unless
stated otherwise only connect or disconnect
3 this equipment with the power supply set to
Screen Brown
Screen Brown
Your DSM400 Digital Sounder Module is intended for use on DC
power systems rated from 107 V to 32V
Br Gr Wh Re G T Id
The power connection to the sounder 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 sounder
unit on a dedicated cable system and protected by a 5 amp
thermal circuit breaker or quickblow 10 amp fuse installed in the
red positive wire The thermal circuit breaker or fuse should be
connected as close to the power connection as possible
There is no power switch on your sounder unit The unit is
powered when the power cord is attached to the boats power
Locate the unit so that the power cord can be accessed and
removed easily if necessary If this is not possible Raymarine
strongly recommend that an ONOFF switch is installed in the
power cord where it can be easily accessed
The DC power connections are shown in the following drawing
Red Positive
White Temperature
Green Speed signal
Screen and brown and transducer connections
27 Ground connection
Power input cable
Your DSM400 Digital Sounder Module is designed for use on
GROUND boats with a negative ground system and is not intended for
use on boats with a positive ground system
Br Wh Gr
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 unit 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 and RF system connect the drain wire to the negative
battery terminal
The boats DC power system should be either
Negative ground with the negative battery terminal
connected to the boats ground or
Floating with neither battery terminal connected to the
boats ground
Transducer cable
Terminal Function Color To ensure an efficient ground for the transducer cables you
should carry out the following
Battery positive Red
1 Gather the external shield wires from the transducer cables
Ground Shield drain wire No insulation and twist the free ends together
Battery negative Black 2 Insert these twisted ends into the connector of the ground
3 Using a suitable tool crimp the twisted ends into the ground
spur Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
4 Attach the ground spur to the ground screw on the body of Connections for both ESeries and GSeries displays are shown
the sounder unit in the following diagrams
Connecting to an ESeries display
E series display antenna
Display DSM400 Digital Sounder Module can be connected to
either ESeries or GSeries display units
How you configure the sounder module depends on the type of
display to which it is going to be connected Full details will be
found in the relevant documentation for your and transducer connections
to multiple ESeries displays Connecting to a
GSeries system
DSM400 GPS GPM 400 Central processor
E series display antenna
SeaTalkhs switch
DSM digital sounder
Clines for Power SeaTalkhs
E series display SeaTalkhs
SeaTalkhs switch DATA
SeaTalkhs SeaTalkhs
SeaTalkhs SeaTalkhs
Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
Chapter 3 Maintenance and Introduction 32 chapter deals with maintenance for the DSM400 Digital Sounder
Module WARNING High voltage
and covers the following This equipment contains high voltages
Unless otherwise instructed in this
Maintenance refer to page 25 handbook DO NOT remove the covers or
access internal components
Resetting the system refer to page 27
CAUTION Service and Maintenance
refer to page 28 This product contains no user
serviceable parts
Warnings and errors refer to page 30
Thermocline refer to page 29 EMC servicing and safety guidelines
Raymarine equipment should be serviced only by
Contacting Raymarine refer to page 31
authorized Raymarine service technicians They will
ensure that service procedures and to this equipment requires specialized parts used will not affect performance procedures and tools
only available to qualified products do not contain any user serviceable technicians There are no user serviceable parts
Some products generate high voltages Never
or adjustments
handle cables or connectors when power is being
supplied to the equipment
When powered all electrical equipment produces
fields These can cause adjacent
items of electrical equipment to interact with one
another with consequent adverse effects on
operation To minimize these effects and enable
best possible performance from the equipment
guidelines are given in the installation to ensure minimum interaction between and
items of equipment ie ensure optimum prevent the buildup of sea growth coat the transducer with a
Compatibility EMC thin layer of paint
Always report any EMC related problem to a Raymarine Use only waterbased antifouling paint or a waterbased paint
dealer Such information is used to improve quality specifically designed for transducers Apply the paint with a
standards brush
In some instances it may not be possible to prevent the If the transducer becomes fouled or stops working because of
equipment from being affected by external influences In sea growth or sand use a stiff brush to clean it The surface can
general this will not damage the equipment but can lead to also be sanded with a finegrit wet or dry sandpaper 320 grade
spurious resetting action or may result in momentary faulty or finer but this will affect the performance of the unit when the
operation boat is moving at higher checks
The paddle wheel mechanism may become jammed by dirt grit
The DSM400 Digital Sounder Module is a sealed unit or barnacles Work the contaminant out of the mechanism is therefore limited to
the following periodic checks clean the unit with soap and water or IPA
Examine all of the cables for signs of damage such as Cleaning the hull
chafing cuts or nicks
Take care when cleaning the outside of the hull near the
Check that all cable connectors are firmly attached transducer as harsh cleaning solvents such as acetone may
Cleaning damage the the unit
The sounder module is a sealed unit and does not cleaning If it necessary to clean the unit follow these
basic procedures
Ensure the power is set to OFF
Wipe the module using a damp cloth
If necessary use isopropyl alcohol IPA or a mild detergent
to remove grease the growth can collect quickly on the bottom of the can reduce its performance in just a few weeks To
26 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
33 Resetting the system
Using the reset function will return your DSM400 Digital Sounder
Unit to its factory default values The reset function also clears
any sonar depth offset and speed and temperature have been set
To perform a factory reset
1 On the display make the Fishfinder window active
2 Press Menu
3 Select Fishfinder Setup
4 Select DSM Settings
5 Select DSM Reset
6 The message Reset DSM appears
7 To confirm the reset select soft key YES or press OK
DSM powers OFF and ON the LED will go from blinking
green to solid orange 1 sec the System Data Alarm will
sound showing that connection to the DSM is lost
8 Press the ACKNOWLEDGE soft key
After approximately 10 seconds the DSM will reacquire
9 To complete the reset read the warning and press OK
To cancel the reset pressing YES Step 7 above either press NO softkey
or CLEAR button The screen changes to show the CANCEL three times to return to the and 27
34 table to identify the most likely cause and the corrective action
required to restore normal Raymarine products are prior to packing and to comprehensive test and quality assurance programs If
there is still a problem after referring to the table contact your
However if the unit develops a fault please refer to the following local Raymarine dealer national service agent or Raymarine
Technical Services for further advice Always quote the product
serial number which can be found on the back of the unit
Common problems and their solutions
Problem Solution
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
Sounder does not display fish 1 Fish arches are not displayed if the boat has stopped fish will appear on the display as a
straight line
2 Ensure the transducer is within 10 degrees of vertical
3 Check that the gain is not set too low
Sounder does not see bottom or fish 1 Check that the gain is not set too low
2 Ensure the transducer is within 10 degrees of vertical
3 Check that the transducer face is not covered or fouled If necessary clean the transducer
4 Check the voltage from the power source If it is too low it can affect the transmitting power of the
Sounder displays a lot of background noise 1 Check that the gain is not set too high
2 Check that the transducer is mounted correctly and is clean
Sounder temperature readings are wrong If necessary adjust the TEMP CALIBRATE parameter
Sonar display is unreliable at high boat speeds Turbulence around the transducer may be confusing the unit Check the transducer
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35 DSM400 Thermocline Thermocline
A thermocline looks like a
thick speckled band on display The
debris and
marine life found in the
This section describes how to troubleshoot incorrect depth thermocline
cause the sonar
to misinterpret it as the
readings caused by in certain areas of water bottom giving inaccurate
depth readings
Zoomed Overview The scale for this part of the
display is not relevant in
this particular example
In temperature terms oceans can be thought of in a mixed layer and a colder deep layer separated by a
Actual Bottom
This is the actual layer where there is an abrupt change in
depth 2289 The thermocline attracts additional marine life and False Depth
small particles of debris reducing the accuracy of fishfinder The
thermocline causes an
incorrect depth as shown below
This problem occurs when fishfinder sonars including the
DSM400 interpret the thermocline as the bottom of the seabed
returning an incorrect depth reading To overcome this problem
Depth Detected by you must configure the DSM400 to operate in a different
Sonar 1100 feet
Mixed Layer frequency range using your Raymarine Display
This is described in the following procedures
Depth feet
Actual Depth
2000 feet
Using Low and High Frequencies
Before performing any of the procedures detailed on this page it
is important to understand the difference between low and high
Deep Water
frequencies The DSM400 features both low and high frequency
Temperature D111381
transducers enabling you to view low or high frequencies or
both in the fishfinder display Low frequencies less than 100
Khz scan a wide area and penetrate water well and are
suitable for displaying a large area below your boat or in deep
water High frequencies 100 to 200 Khz scan a narrow area but
produce more detail especially at high boat speeds High
frequencies are wellsuited to shallow waters up to 1000 and
Achieving Accurate Sonar Readings If you are using the DSM400 at depths greater than 100
If you are using the DSM400 at depths of less than 100 feet and displaying high frequencies only the Range Shift are
always penetrated correctly by the sonar has no impact as the high frequencies mean that it is less accurate depth
readings If you are using the DSM400 that a thermocline will be detected as a bottom in any range
at depths greater than 100 feet and displaying low frequencies However in the event that a thermocline is as
only the bottom you must adjust the fishfinder display to show
frequencies only and then use the Range Shift function to
penetrate the thermocline This procedure is described in the
1 Press the RANGE IN or RANGE OUT button to open the steps above
Range Adjust toolbar
If you are using a combination of the low and high Toggle the RANGE softkey to the MAN option for
example using the split display function andor one of the
3 Press OK preset modes you may be able to see the
4 In the main fishfinder view press the RANGE SHIFT softkey bottom correctly by the low frequency part of the
5 Using the rotary control adjust the range so that the true sea display If the correct bottom depth is not returned you may
bottom and the thermocline return are displayed Continue to need to switch to low frequencies only and then use the Range
adjust the range until the thermocline is shifted off the top of Shift function to penetrate the thermocline as described
the screen while the true bottom remains on the screen The
correct depth is then displayed as shown in the following 36 Warnings and errors
The status Light Emitting Diode LED on the top casing of the
Thermocline sounder module provides information on the status of the
Here the bottom of the
thermocline can still be sounder module and notifies you of any problems within the unit
seen as it was to the top of the display
The LED blinks the following colors
Green shows the unit is operating normally
Zoomed Area
The scale for this part of the Actual Bottom Amber warns of a problem in the unit
display is not relevant in This is the actual bottom
this particular example depth 2289 ft Red shows that there is an error in the unit
The number of times the LED blinks is a code which represents
the errors or warnings shown in the table below If there are
True Depth Reading
The DSM400 sonar has multiple warnings or errors the codes are given in a sequence
penetrated the thermocline
and is now displaying the with a 15 second pause between sequence strings
correct depth reading
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For example if the transducer sense fails and the network is not
detected the LED blinks amber once pauses 15 seconds After 30 seconds of no network activity the
blinks amber twice 05 seconds apart pauses 15 seconds and sounder unit enters Standby mode No sonar pings
then repeats the sequence until the problems are resolved or up are emitted and no warnings or errors are output on
to 10 minutes elapse the Status LED Instead the LED will blink GREEN
once every 10 seconds
No of
Warningerror every 10 37 Contacting Raymarine
Using the website
Amber Solid DSM has rebooted No
For the latest information on Raymarine products visit the
Amber 1 Transducer sense failure No website at
Click on the region that you are located in and go to the
Amber 2 Network not detected No
Customer Support page for links to
Amber 3 High temperature warning Yes Finding the location of the nearest factory service and
authorized dealer for your area
Amber 4 Contact Raymarine
Register Raymarine products
Amber 5 Contact Raymarine
Accessing handbooks in Adobe Acrobat TM format
Amber 6 Contact Raymarine Downloading software updates
Amber 7 Contact Raymarine Accessing the Raymarine solution database
Click Find Answers to use the searchable solution database or
Amber 8 Contact Raymarine click Ask Raymarine to submit a question to Raymarine
technical support staff A reply will be sent by email
Red 1 Contact Raymarine Yes
Red 2 Check Voltage Supply Yes In the US
Red 3 Contact Raymarine Parts and accessories
Red 4 Contact Raymarine Many Raymarine parts and accessories can be obtained from
your local authorized Raymarine dealer
Red 5 Contact and 31
However if you are not able to obtain your requirements from All products returned to the Repair Center are registered upon
the dealer contact Raymarine Technical Services at receipt Should you wish to enquire about the repair status of the
ext 2333 unit contact the Product Repair Center at
Technical Service is available Monday through Friday 400AM to ext 2118
600PM Eastern Time Please have the unit serial number ready when you call We will
Please have the Raymarine item or part number ready when do everything possible to make the repair and return your unit as
calling if placing an order If you are not sure which item is quickly as for your unit you should contact the Department to verify your
requirements Worldwide
Please contact the authorized dealer in the relevant country as
Technical Support listed on the website at technical support call
ext 2444 In Technical Support Specialists are available to In Europe Raymarine support service and
accessories may be
answer questions about installing operating and obtained from your authorized dealer or by Raymarine products
Raymarine plc
Anchorage Park
Product repair and service Portsmouth
In the unlikely event that your Raymarine unit should develop a please contact your authorized Raymarine dealer for The dealer is
best equipped to handle your service PO3 and can offer timesaving help in getting the
equipment back into normal operation Tel 44 0 23 9269 3611
In the event that repairs cannot be obtained locally product Fax 44 0 23 9269 4642
service may also be obtained by returning the unit to
Raymarine Inc Technical Support
Product Repair Center
Raymarine Technical Services Department handles enquiries
21 Manchester Street
concerning installation operation fault diagnosis and repair
Merrimack Product Repair Center is open Monday through Friday 815 To contact the Technical Helpdesk
AM to 500 PM Eastern Time Tel 44 0 23 9271 4713
32 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module
Fax 44 0 23 9266 1228
Parts and parts and accessory items are available through Raymarine dealer Please refer to the lists of
component part numbers and optional accessories in chapter of this handbook and have the numbers
ready when speaking with your dealer
If you are uncertain about what item to choose for unit please contact the Customer prior to placing an and 33
34 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder A conforms to 2004108EC EMC
1636 x 1207 x 492
4155 x 3066 x 125 mm
Weight 27 lbs 1225 kg
Mounting Eight keyholed mounting tabs mounting bolts
Mount below decks but not in engine 12 or 24 V DC nominal
107 32 V absolute range
Current 8 A peak pinging 05 A idle
Fuse Splash proof range 10oC to 50oC
Storage range
20oC to up to 95 35oC Power
2 x depth transducer 1
2 x depth transducer 2
RJ45 SeaTalk HS
Output power selected manually or automatically up to 2 KW RMS 185 KHz200KHz
selected manually or automatically up to 3 KW 503828 KHz
depending upon connected Frequency 28 38 50 185 200 KHz
Pulse length 100 sec up 4 msec
Maximum transmit rate 1580 pulsesmin 50 range
Gain Auto or manual
Range scales 36 at 10000ft3 km using 2838 KHz transponder of 3 kW
Range control Auto manual range shift dual range
Zoom size x2 x3 x4 xR User selectable
AScope Yes
Bottom lock Yes
White line Yes
Background color options Classicblue sunburst greyscale copper night vision
Scroll speed Selectable 0100
Variable range marker Yes
Alarms Anchor arrival battery deep depth MOB off track fish shallow depth
Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder plc Raymarine Park Portsmouth 21 Manchester Street PO3 5TD New
Hampshire Kingdom USA
Tel 44 0 23 9269 3611 Tel 1 44 0 23 9269 4642 Fax 1

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