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Raystar 125 GPS Receiver 1
Owners Handbook to the Raystar RS125 GPS Receiver
Your handbook contains an explanation of how to install
operate and maintain your Raystar RS125 GPS Receiver
Intended Use
This product is a GPS antenna with a builtin position
fixing receiver using either NMEA0183 Version 23 or
later or Raymarine SeaTalk data output The intended
application is for leisure marine boats and workboats not
covered by IMOSOLAS carriage in the box
Part No R38103 Part No R38104
Raystar RS125 GPS Receiver 10m 33ft NMEASeaTalk
connection cable
Part No E35018
Pole mount kit
Thumb nuts x2
3 way
Flush mount gasket Scotchlok TM
connectors x5
Studs x2 Screws x2
The Raystar RS125 GPS Receiver has no user serviceable parts
What tools do I need to install it
Drill 6mm 14 in 20mm 1316 in Phillips
Drill bit Drill bit screwdriver Adhesive tape
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2 Safety notices RS125 GPS Navigation aid
Although this product has been designed to be accurate and reliable many factors
can affect its performance As a result it should only be used as an aid to should never replace common sense and navigational judgement a permanent
watch so you can respond to situations as they Product equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the in this handbook Failure to
do so could result in poor personal injury andor damage to your Electrical safety
Make sure the power supply is switched off before you make any Lithium battery
This unit has a lithium battery fitted DO NOT attempt to recharge this battery DO
NOT incinerate this battery Ensure you follow local regulations when disposing of
this unit
Where can I install the unit
Pole Rail Flush
mount mount mount
Radar
Above the beam
No trip
In the or tread
beam
Top of
the mast
Below the beam
Clear view of the sky VHF Radio and other antenna
Minimum 10 m 3 ft
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To mount the unit on a pole 3
1 Securely attach the pole mount base to a
suitable pole
2 Pass the cable and connector through either
a the center of the pole mount bracket and
the pole or
b the cable exit hole alongside the center
hole
3 Attach the connector securely to the plug in
the base of the unit
4 Secure the receiver to the pole mount base
using the screws Notes
1 To mount the receiver on a pole you will
need a pole of suitable length with a 1 inch
a 14 TPI thread not exceeding 20mm in
length
2 To rail mount the receiver you will need to
b 4 purchase a suitable rail mount flush mount the unit
1 Use the template supplied in this handbook to
mark the two fixing holes and the center hole
2 Drill the holes using the drill sizes shown on
the template
3 Screw the two fixing studs into the underside
5 of the receiver unit
3 4 Place the waterproof gasket into position on
the underside of the receiver
5 Attach the connector securely to the plug in
the base of the unit and pass the cable
through the center hole on the mounting
surface
6 Carefully position the receiver so that the
mounting studs pass through the holes in the
mounting surface
7 Secure the receiver to the mounting surface
using the two thumb nuts these should be
7 handtight only
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To connect the RS125 using Scotchlok RS125 GPS Receiver
1 Using suitable wire clippers remove the tinned
ends from the individual cables Leave the
insulation intact
2 Place the wires to be joined into the connectors
ensuring correct polarity and that the wires are
fully pushed home
3 Using a pair of pliers crimp the connector bulb
together ensuring that a secure connection has
been made
4 Ensure the cables are secured in a suitable
position to prevent the joint being placed under
strain
To connect to NMEA 0183
Red 12 32 V
Yellow NMEA out
Brown RTCM in
Green NMEA in
Shield 0V ground
NMEA sentences
GPGGA GPGSA GPGSV GPGLL GPRMC GPDTM GPGNS GPVTG PRAYA
Input sentences
PRAYI PRAYE PRAYA
Note If the Brown RTCM and Green NMEA in wires are not used they must be
suitably grounded
If you do not have a breaker in the power circuit an inline 05 A quick blow fuse should be
fitted to the positive red lead of the cable
To connect to SeaTalk
Red 12 V
Yellow SeaTalk inputoutput
Brown RTCM in
Green connect with Red 12V wire
Shield 0 Vground
Note If the Brown RTCM wire is not used it must be suitably grounded to 0 Volts
If you do not have a breaker in the power circuit an inline 05 A quick blow fuse should be
fitted to the positive red lead of the cable
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To connect to the RS125 into a SeaTalk system RS125 GPS
CSeries SeaTalk cable
Receiver cable Part No R08050
Scotchlok RS125 GPS ESeries SeaTalk cable
Receiver cable To external Part No E55054
alarm
To connect to an ESeries display using connecting your RS125 into an existing SeaTalk network it should be powered from
the network and not the display The yellow data cable should be connected to your C or
ESeries display
If you are not using a landbased DGPS antenna on your RS125 GPS receiver do not you should connect the brown RTCM input to the shield wire will
prevent outside RF energy from inadvertently injecting noise into the system
To connect to a Personal Computer using NMEA
Scotchlok 12 V
RS125 GPS
Receiver cable
9pin Serial Cable
Part No E86001
If you are connecting your RS 125 GPS receiver to a PC you will need a Serial Data Cable
Part No E86001 Connect the Yellow from the RS 125 to the Yellow of the Serial Data
Cable Connect the Red from the RS 125 to the positive of your boats 12 V DC power
supply Connect the Brown Green and Shield from the RS 125 and a Black from the Serial
Data Cable to your boats ground
do the lights mean RS125 GPS Receiver
Flashing RED
Unit is in bootcode either being upgraded
or unable to boot
Flashing ORANGE
Unit is running but does not have a fix
Flashing GREEN
Unit is running and has a fix
1 flash every 2 seconds indicates NMEA connection
1 flash every 4 seconds indicates SeaTalk integral SOGCOG filter fitted to your RS125 compensates for the oscillating motion of
your boat to give a clearer indication of the boats course and speed
Slow moving boats or boats sailing in rough seas will benefit from a high filter a powerboat that can quickly change speed and direction will benefit
from a default setting for your RS125 is of the SOGCOG filter is made from your system display
For full details of how to adjust the SOGCOG filter refer to the relevant can obtain the following accessories to help you quickly and easily connect
your RS125
to existing 600mm Antenna conversion cable
The antenna conversion cable enables you to
connect your RS125 receiver to an existing
RS120 RS112 or RS114 cable saving the time
and trouble of running a new 1000mm Display conversion cable
The display conversion cable enables you to
quickly connect your RS125 receiver to an
existing RC425 or RC420 display saving time
and trouble
Information 7
EMC Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use
in the recreational marine environment The design and manufacture of and accessories conforms to the appropriate Compatibility but correct
installation is required to ensure that performance is not full details and installation guidelines refer to or web site at of Raymarine Limited
Quay Point Portsmouth Hampshire England PO6 3TD declare under
our sole that the product identified in this declaration and to which relates is in conformity with the essential requirements of European Council
Directive 19995EC on radio equipment and on and the mutual recognition of their conformity
Product name Raystar 125 GPS Receiver
Product number E32042
This product has been assessed to Conformity Procedure Annex IV of the Directive is consistent with a Technical Construction File showing conformity
with the
essential requirements of the Directive and has been reviewed by Notified Body A Abbas International Compliance Manager Raymarine
21st January 2005
CE product is labeled with the CE conformity mark 0191
SiRF Technology Inc
This product uses certain elements of software supplied to Raymarine by
SiRF Technologies Inc
For full details of their licensing agreement refer to our website at register your new Raymarine product please take a few minutes to fill out the
is important that you complete the owner information and return the card to us to receive
full warranty product can also be registered via our web site the best of our knowledge the information contained in this hadbook was correct as it
wento press Raymarine cannot accept any liability for any inaccuracies or ommissions it addition our policy of continuous product improvement may
change notice As a result Raymarine cannot accept liability for any differences between the
product anthe handbook
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