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Raymarine G Series Quick Refece 86138 1

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number 861381
Date notices Warning Sonar operation
Warning Ensure safe navigation NEVER operate the sounder with the boat out of
the water
This product is intended only as an aid to navigation
and must never be used in preference to sound NEVER touch the transducer face when the sounder
navigational judgment Only official government is powered on
charts and notices to mariners contain all the current SWITCH OFF the sounder if divers are likely to be
information needed for safe navigation and the within 76 m 25 ft of the transducer
captain is responsible for their prudent use It is the
users to use official government charts
notices to mariners caution and proper navigational Warning Autopilot control
skill when operating this or any other Raymarine
product The autopilot functions available on the
display do NOT replace the autopilot control head
You must have a pilot control head installed before
Warning Product installation and you enable or engage the autopilot
This product must be installed and operated in Warning Radar scanner safety
accordance with the instructions provided Failure to Before rotating the radar scanner ensure all personnel
do so could result in personal injury damage to your are clear
boat andor poor product Warning High voltages Warning Radar transmission safety
The radar scanner transmits energy
This product contains high voltages Do NOT remove Ensure all personnel are clear of the scanner when
any covers or otherwise attempt to access internal the radar is components unless specifically instructed in this
Command Center Keyboard layout
The command center keyboard provides controls for all aspects of the GSeries system
1 2 3
4 5 6 WPTS
7 8 9 IN
1 2 3 4 5 6
Power key 2 Press OK to acknowledge the warning window
2 Monitor select OSD On Screen Display controls
3 Softkeys Powering the display off
4 Autopilot controls 1 Press and hold the POWER button until the countdown reaches
5 Rotary controller
6 Trackpad Note If the POWER button is released before the countdown
reaches zero the power off is the display on
1 Press and hold the POWER button until the Raymarine logo
4 GSeries Quick
A Nav Station is a grouping of up to 4 monitors and a you to adjust the brightness and power for all monitors
from the same Nav Station includes at least 1 monitor and at least 1 Up to 2 monitors can be connected to each GPM
processor in your system
1 2 3
4 5 6 WPTS
7 8 9 IN
DODGE STANDBY PILOT OK A keyboard can be assigned to a single monitor a
Nav Station or all monitors in your system but can only control 1
monitor at a time You can select which monitor you want to control
from the keyboard When a keyboard is associated with a monitor
this provides full control of the system
The following diagram illustrates a typical Nav Station
1 2 3
4 5 6 WPTS
7 8 9 IN
Number Description Initial setup procedures
1 Nav Station 1 flybridge A number of tasks should be completed before you use your system
for the first time
2 Nav Station 2 bridge
Once your system has been installed and commissioned see
3 Belowdecks components for example GPM processor unit Installation Raymarine recommends that you
GVM video module Set the language the date and time format and preferred units
of to the installation instructions for information on planning the Nav Stations for your system Set your vessel
Adjust the display a keyboard to a nav station Designate the data master master GPM
1 Press the MENU button Select the GPS data source
2 Select System Setup Familiarize yourself with the Simulator Mode
3 Select System Select Assign Keyboards Setting the language time date and units of
5 Select the appropriate keyboard from the list Select the ASSIGN TO NAVSTATION softkey
1 Press the MENU button
7 Select the appropriate Nav Station 2 Select System Setup
3 Select a keyboard to an individual monitor 4 Select the appropriate language from the list
5 Select Time Date Setup
1 Press the MENU button
6 Use the Date Format and Time Format menu items to adjust
2 Select System Setup the date and time
3 Select System 7 Use the Cancel button to return to the System Setup menu
4 Select Assign Keyboards 8 Select Units Setup
A list of available keyboards is displayed 9 Make the appropriate changes using the menu items in the Units
5 Select the appropriate keyboard from the list Setup Menu
6 Select the ASSIGN TO MONITOR softkey
7 Select the appropriate monitor Setting your vessel details
1 Press the MENU button
2 Select System Setup
6 GSeries Quick
3 Select Boat Details Data master master GPM
4 Change the Safe Depth Safe Height and Safe Width settings If your system features more than one GPM processor unit you must
as appropriate for your vessel designate one GPM processor as the data master master GPM
Note The settings you specify for your vessel details are If the data master has not already been designated as part of the
essential for the accurate operation of the collision alarm You installation and commissioning process it must be done as part of
must specify vessel detail settings that are appropriate for safe the initial setup
navigation The data master handles all the data from the various marine
electronics installed around your vessel The data master receives
Note The collision alarm uses data from the GPS antenna in its data from SeaTalk and SeaTalkng and transmits it to the relevant
calculations Therefore the values you specify for your vessel components of the GSeries system via the SeaTalkhs network
detail settings must reflect the actual position of the GPS antenna For example the system may require heading information from the
on your vessel For example the Safe Width setting is actually autopilot and GPS systems usually received through a SeaTalkng or
the diameter either side of the GPS antenna so if you have a NMEA connection The data master is the GPM processor to which
vessel 4 meters wide and you enter a minimum Safe Width of 4 the SeaTalk NMEA and any other data connections are made it
meters this is actually providing a collision zone of only 2 meters then bridges the data to the SeaTalkhs network and any compatible
either side of the GPS antenna If the GPS antenna is mounted repeat displays Information shared by the data master includes
on the port side of the vessel and you specified a Safe Width of 4
meters you would be leaving 2 meters of the hull uncovered by Cartography
the collision zone
Routes and waypoints
the monitor brightness
On the GSeries keyboard
Data received from the autopilot instruments the engine and
1 Press the POWER button on the keyboard once
other external sources
The backlight level control is displayed on the monitor
2 Using the rotary control adjust the brightness level as Note The GPM processor that you choose to be the master
appropriate GPM must be the unit to which the SeaTalk and SeaTalkng buses
are physically connected
3 To adjust the brightness for a monitor assigned to a different Nav
Station press the rotary control once and select the appropriate
Nav Station from the list Designating the data master master GPM
1 Press the MENU button
2 Select the System Configuration menu item
3 Select the Set Master GPM option 3 Select the Simulator item and change its value to On
A list of available connected GPM processors is displayed with
serial numbers The Local GPM refers to the GPM to which the
monitor is physically connected Select the processor you want to designate as the data master
5 Select the SET AS MASTER softkey Chart application provides a 2D
or 3D graphical view of your charts to
Note If you are unsure of which GPM to select use the help you navigate Waypoint route and
DISCOVER GPM softkey which shows a message on every track functions enable you to navigate
monitor identifying the GPM to which it is connected to a specific location build and navigate
routes or record where youve been
Upgrade your charts using chart cards to
enjoy higher levels of detail and 3D mode
Fishfinder application with a suitable
The Simulator mode enables you to practice operating your display Digital Sounder Module DSM and
without data from a GPS antenna radar scanner AIS unit or transducer you can use the
application to help you simulator mode is switched onoff in the System Setup
Menu distinguish between different sizes of
fish bottom structure and can also adjust the vessel speed in simulator mode This is obstacles You can also
view sea depth
useful for quickly moving to different areas of the chart for example and temperature data and mark points of
interest such as fishing spots or wrecks
Note Raymarine recommends that you do NOT use the
simulator mode whilst navigating Radar application with a suitable radar
scanner you can use the radar application
Note The simulator will NOT display any real data including any to track targets and measure distances
safety messages such as those received from AIS units and bearings A number of automatic gain
presets and color modes are provided to
help you get the best performance from
Note Any system settings made whilst in Simulator mode are not your radar scanner
transmitted via SeaTalk to other the simulator mode
1 Press Menu
2 Select the System Setup menu
8 GSeries Quick application
enables you to Weather application North America
view engine information in the form of only With a suitable weather and digital data from up to 3
connected to your system the engines application overlays
historical live and
forecasted weather graphics on a world
Data application view system and Video application view a video or
instrument data on your multifunction camera source on your for a range of compatible
display With the appropriate accessories you can connect
video sources and switch between Deviation Indicator provides a of your vessels course in a
rolling road format along with navigation
Home screen The home screen provides a central point of access to your systems
range of It also provides quick access to your waypoints routes and audio application North
Press the PAGE button at any time to access the home only Use your multifunction The home screen consists of a number of application pages
display to control a connected Sirius represented by an icon Applications can be started by Radio receiver the relevant
page icon
Use the MORE softkeys to scroll the home screen and access
additional application pages
Screen item Description
1 2 3 4
3 Customize select this icon to configure application
4 More select this softkey to scroll the home screen and
access additional application pages
Pages are used on your multifunction display to show Pages are displayed
and accessed on the home screen Each page
can display between 1 and 4 Any page on the home screen can be
customized enabling you to
group your applications into different pages each designed for a
specific purpose For example you could have a page that includes
the chart and fishfinder applications suitable for fishing and another
page that includes the chart and data applications which would
be suitable for general sailing
Screen item Description
1 Page each icon represents a page A page can display
up to 4 applications 2 My Routes My Tracks My Waypoints these icons
enable you to centrally manage your lists of routes tracks
and GSeries Quick
Empty page You can add any Editing information in dialogs
to any empty page
With the dialog displayed
1 Select the field you want to edit
The onscreen keyboard is displayed
Page featuring a single Page featuring multiple
2 Use the onscreen keyboard to make the changes
3 Use the onscreen keyboards SAVE key to keep any changes
You can also define a layout for each page which determines how
the applications are arranged on the screen
Entering special or accented an existing page on the home screen With the onscreen keyboard the home screen displayed
1 Select the onscreen keyboards key
1 Select the Customize icon 2 Select the character you want to accent
2 Select the page icon that you want to change The available accented characters are displayed above the text
entry field
3 Select the EDIT PAGE softkey
3 For characters that have multiple available accents use the
4 Select the appropriate page layout
character key to toggle between them
5 Select the you want to display on the page
4 Select the key to enter the alert you to a situation or hazard requiring your can set up alarms to alert you to certain conditions such as
collision warnings and temperature are raised by system functions and also external to your multifunction display
When an alarm sounds a message dialog is displayed on display and any networked displays The the reason for the alarm
You can configure the behaviour of the following system alarms using the Alarms Setup Menu
Activating the man overboard function
System alarms
1 Press and hold the WPTSMOB button for 3 seconds
Navigation alarms
The normal chart application is reset to the same settings that
Radar alarms it had before the MOB alarm was raised
Fishfinder alarms
Note To obtain a MOB position your multifunction display must
AIS alarms have a GPS position fix
Man overboard Cancelling a MOB alarm
1 Press and hold the WPTSMOB button for four seconds
If you lose a person or object overboard you can use the Man
Once the MOB alarm is MOB function to mark the position
The MOB function is available at all times regardless of which the chart application motion mode is is running
the databar mode is reset
When MOB is activated an alert message appears onscreen and
an emergency waypoint is created A bearing to the waypoint is GOTO and route functions are provided The alert and emergency waypoint also
appear on
any networked displays at the same time
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