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ZeusInstallation ManualwwwbandgcomViYd7jseW209AdobeUCSAdobeUCSPrefaceDisclaimerAs Navico is continuously improving this product we retain the right to make changes to theproduct at any time which may not be reflected in this version of the manual Please contactyour nearest distributor if you require any further assistanceIt is the owner200s sole responsibility to install and use the equipment in a manner that will notcause accidents personal injury or property damage The user of this product is solelyresponsible for observing safe boating practicesNAVICO HOLDING AS AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES BRANCHES AND AFFILIATES DISCLAIM ALLLIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN A WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS DAMAGEOR THAT MAY VIOLATE THE LAWGoverning Language This statement any instruction manuals user guides and otherinformation relating to the product Documentationtranslated from another language TranslationTranslation of the Documentation the English language version of the Documentation willbe the official version of the DocumentationThis manual represents the product as at the time of printing Navico Holding AS and itssubsidiaries branches and affiliates reserve the right to make changes to specificationswithout noticeCopyrightCopyright 201 2016 Navico Holding ASWarrantyThe warranty card is supplied as a separate documentIn case of any queries refer to the brand website of your unit or system wwwbandgcomCompliance statementsThis equipment complies with202CE under 201453EU Directive202The requirements of level 2 devices of the Radio communications ElectromagneticCompatibility202Part 15 of the FCC Rules Operation is subject to the following two conditions 1device may not cause harmful interference and 2interference received including interference that may cause undesired operationThe relevant Declaration of conformity is available in the product203s section at the followingwebsite wwwbandgcomIndustry CanadaIC RSSGEN Sec 713 Warning Statement Required for license exempt devicesThis device complies with Industry Canada licenseexempt RSS standardssubject to the following two conditions 12this device must accept any interference including interference that may cause undesiredoperation of the deviceLe pr204sent appareil est conforme aux CNR d200IndustrieCanada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence L200exploitation est autoris204e auxdeux conditions suivantes 12de l200appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radio204lectrique subi m205me si le brouillage estsusceptible d200en compromettre le fonctionnementWarningThe user is cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the partyresponsible for compliance could void the user200s authority to operate the equipmentPreface  Zeus3 Installation Manual3This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installedand used in accordance with the instructions may cause harmful interference to radiocommunications However there is no guarantee that the interference will not occur in aparticular installation If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or televisionreception which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on the user isencouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures202Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna202Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver202Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that of the receiver202Consult the dealer or an experienced technician for helpInternet usageSome features in this product use an internet connection to perform data downloads anduploads Internet usage via a connected mobilecell phone internet connection or a payperMB type internet connection may require large data usage Your service provider may chargeyou based on the amount of data you transfer If you are unsure contact your serviceprovider to confirm rates and restrictionsCountries of intended use in the EUAT  AustriaBE  BelgiumBG  BulgariaCY  CyprusCZ  Czech RepublicDK  DenmarkEE  EstoniaFI  FinlandFR  FranceDE  GermanyGR  GreeceHU  HungaryIS  IcelandIE  IrelandIT  ItalyLV  LatviaLI  LiechtensteinLT  LithuaniaLU  LuxembourgMT  MaltaNL  NetherlandsNO  NorwayPL  PolandPT  PortugalRO  RomaniaSK  Slovak RepublicSI  SloveniaES  SpainSE  SwedenCH  SwitzerlandTR  TurkeyUK  United Kingdom4Preface  Zeus3 Installation ManualTrademarks Navico206 is a registered trademark of NavicoNMEA206 and NMEA 2000206 are registered trademarks of the National Marine ElectronicsAssociationFLIR206 is a registered trademark of FLIRBG206 is a registered trademark of NavicoMercury206 is a registered trademark of MercurySmartCraft VesselView206 is a registered trademark of MercurySuzuki206 is a registered trademark of SuzukiSimNet206 is a registered trademark of NavicoCMAP206 is a registered trademark of CMAPSD207 and microSD207 are trademarks or registered trademarks of SD3C LLC in the UnitedStates other countries or bothHDMI206 and HDMI207 the HDMI Logo and HighDefinition Multimedia Interface are trademarksor registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countriesNavico product referencesThis manual refers to the following Navico products202Broadband Sounder207 Broadband Sounder202DownScan Overlay207 Overlay202GoFree207 GoFree202INSIGHT GENESIS206 Insight GenesisAbout this manualThis manual is a reference guide for installing Zeus210 unitsImportant text that requires special attention from the reader is emphasized as followsNote Used to draw the reader200s attention to a comment or some important information Warning Used when it is necessary to warn personnel that they shouldproceed carefully to prevent risk of injury andor damage to equipmentpersonnelPreface  Zeus3 Installation Manual58Check the contents9Front controls10Rear connections10Card reader11Installation11Mounting location12Bracket mounting12Flush mounting13Bezel Fitment and Removal13Transducer installation14Wiring14Guidelines14Power connection14Power Control connection16Power Control masterslave bus17External alarm17Connect an external monitor18NMEA 2000 backbone19NMEA 0183 device connection20CZone connection to NMEA 200020Transducer connection21Ethernet connector22Video in23Software Setup23First time startup23Configuring the WheelKey23Time and Date23Power Control23Start Line  vessel configuration24Rotating mast compensation24Data source selection25Device list26Network groups26Diagnostics27Damping27Calibration27External Alarm Setup27Echosounder setup30StructureScan30Radar setup32Video In configuration32Autopilot setup32Fuel setup34CZone setup35Wireless setup38NMEA 0183 setup40NMEA 2000 setup41Ethernet setup42Mercury20042Suzuki Marine20042Software updates and data backup45Accessories46Supported data46NMEA 2000 compliant PGN List48NMEA 0183 supported sentences49Technical specifications49Technical specifications51Dimensional drawings517 Unit dimensions519 Unit dimensions5212 Unit dimensions5216 Unit dimensionsCheck the contents1Display unit2Sun cover3Bezel trim4Power cable5Self tapping pozi screws 4Gx12211 x4 for 7 x8 for 912  x12 for 16 units6Dust caps different sizes for NMEA 2000 x1x1 for 79 x2 for 1216and Sonar x27Dust cap for HDMI connector 12 and 16 only8Dust cap for VideoNMEA 0183 connector9Dust cap for USB 16 only10Document pack11Foam gasket self adhesive12Ubracket13Bracket knobs14Self tapping pozi screws for bracket 14G x 12111 8Check the contents  Zeus3 Installation ManualZwHcyJie1  k k1R3L38l57c MC 9JmH10h0RG015J5O61r673cWindowsWindowsWindows1Touch screen2PagesHome3WheelKey 4Menu key5Rotary knob6Enter key 7Exit key8MOB9Arrow keys10Mark key 11Power keyWindowsWindowsWindows12Card reader13Dual card reader slots1Ethernet 2Power 3Video 4NMEA 20005Sonar 16Sonar 27HDMI 8USBWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsInstallationMounting locationChoose the mounting locations carefully before you drill or cutFor overall width and height requirements refer to Dimensional drawings on page 51Do not mount any part where it can be used as a hand hold where it might be submergedor where it will interfere with the operation launching or retrieving of the boatThe unit should be mounted so that the operator can easily use the controls and clearly seethe screenThe unit has a highcontrast screen and is viewable in direct sunlight but for best resultsinstall the unit out of direct sunlight The chosen location should have minimal glare fromwindows or bright objectsConsider the optimum viewing angle when determining installation refer to Viewing angle onpage 12The mounting location may affect the internal GPS receiver Test the unit in its intendedlocation to ensure satisfactory reception An external GPS source can be added to overcomepoor reception areasCheck that it is possible to route cables to the intended mounting locationLeave sufficient clearance to connect all relevant cablesBefore cutting a hole in a panel make sure that there are no hidden electrical wires or otherparts behind the panelEnsure that any holes cut are in a safe position and will not weaken the boat200s structure If indoubt consult a qualified boat builder or marine electronics installerNote Where flush mounted the enclosure should be dry and well ventilated In smallenclosures it may be required to fit forced cooling Warning Inadequate ventilation and subsequent overheating of the unitmay cause unreliable operation and reduced service life Exposing the unitto conditions that exceeds the specifications could invalidate your warranty212 refer to Technical specifications on page 493 Installation  Zeus3 Installation Manual11Viewing angleThe viewing angle influences the viewability of the monitor The recommended viewingangles relative to perpendicular are shown in the illustrations belowAOptimum viewing angleBPoor viewing angle or obstructed viewBracket mountingUbracket mounting1Place the bracket in the desired mounting location Ensure that the chosen location hasenough height to accommodate the unit fitted in the bracket and allows tilting of theunit Also adequate space is required on both sides to allow tightening and loosening ofthe knobs2Mark the screw locations using the bracket as a template and drill pilot holes Usefasteners suited to the mounting surface material If the material is too thin for selftappers reinforce it or mount the bracket with machine screws and large washers Useonly 304 or 316 stainless steel fasteners3Screw down the bracket4Mount the unit to the bracket using the knobs Hand tighten only The ratchet teeth in thebracket and unit ensure a positive grip and prevent the unit from changing from thedesired angleFlush mountingUse the separate Mouting template to flush mount the unitNote Remember to attach the foam gasket self adhesive mounting12Installation  Zeus3 Installation ManualWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsBezel Fitment and RemovalWhen fitting bezels ensure hook tabs on back of each bezel recess in to opposing slots onscreen frame Once flush with front surface of screen slide top bezel to the left and bottombezel to the right to lock in to placeThe bezel trim have been designed to be very low profile and therefore fully conceal thelocking tabs that keep them from being accidentally disengaged from the mounting flangeTo release the locking tab gently lever the centre of the bezel trim away from the mountingflange To remove the cover simultaneously slide it sideways to the right for the top bezeland to the left for the bottom bezelTransducer installation For transducer installation information refer to separate installation instructions includedwith the transducerInstallation  Zeus3 Installation Manual13WindowsWindowsWindowsWiringGuidelinesDon203t202make sharp bends in the cables202run cables in a way that allows water to flow down into the connectors202run the data cables adjacent to radar transmitter or largehigh current carrying cables orhigh frequency signal cables202run cables so they interfere with mechanical systems202run cables over sharp edges or burrsDo this202make drip and service loops202use cabletie on all cables to keep them secure202soldercrimp and insulate all wiring connections if extending or shortening the cablesExtending cables should be done with suitable crimp connectors or solder and heatshrink Keep joins as high as possible to minimize possibility of water immersion202leave room adjacent to connectors to ease plugging and unplugging of cables Warning Before starting the installation be sure to turn electrical poweroff If power is left on or turned on during the installation fire electricalshock or other serious injury may occur Be sure that the voltage of thepower supply is compatible with the unit Warning The positive supply wire redclosest available to fuseratingPower connectionThe unit is designed to be powered by a 12 or 24 V DC system It is protected against reversepolarity under voltage and over voltage for a limited durationA fuse should be fitted to the positive supply 3 A for the 7211 and 9211 units and 5 A for the 12211and 16211 unitsUnit socket maleCable plug femaleKeyPurposeColor1DC negativeBlack2External alarmBlue3Power controlYellow41224 V DCRedPower Control connectionNote If the control unit is set to Power Slave the unit cannot be powered down usingits own power key Presseing and holding this key will set the unit to standby Refer toPower Control on page 234 14Wiring  Zeus3 Installation ManualWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsThe yellow Power Control wire in the power cable can either be an input that will turn on theunit when power is applied or an output that turns on other devices when the unit ispowered on It can be configured at the installation stage to control the power state ofdisplays and compatible devices When commissioning the system the unit can be set to bea Power Control Slave or Power Control MasterPower Control configuration options of the unit are202Unit turns on when power key pressed Yellow wire not connected202Unit turns on when power source is turned on Common red and yellow wires202Unit turns on with power key as well as other compatible devices such as BroadbandRadar Yellow wires connected together Power Control BusSet one or more displays tobe a Power Control MasterPower Control unconnectedDevice will turn on and off when the power button on the front of the unit is pressed Leavethe yellow Power Control wire disconnected and tape or heatshrink the end to preventshorting1Power cable connector to unit2Positive wire red3Ground wire black4Power control wire yellow5Alarm wire bluePower Control to supply positive auto onDevice will turn on immediately when power is applied Common the yellow wire with thered wire after the fuseNote The unit cannot be powered down by power button but can be put in to standbymode The screen backlight turns off1Power cable connector to unit2Positive wire red3Ground wire black4Power control wire yellow5Alarm wire blueWiring  Zeus3 Installation Manual15WindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsPower Control to ignitionDevice will turn on once ignition is turned on to start engines Connect the yellow wire to theaccessories output of the engine key switchNote Engine start batteries and house batteries should have a common groundconnection1Power cable connector to unit2Positive wire red3Ground wire black4Power control wire yellow5Alarm wire blue6Ignition switchPower Control masterslave busTurning on the 213master200 device turns on connected 213slave200 devicesAPower connection to unit on the leftBPower connection to unit on the right1Power cable connectors to units2Radar interface box3Audio entertainment device eg SonicHub24Ground wire black5Positive wire red6Power control wire yellow16Wiring  Zeus3 Installation ManualWindowsWindowsWindowsWindows7DC power supplyIf the unit on the left AMaster it will output voltage on the Power Control bus to power on the other unit on theright BIf the unit on the right Bown power button but can be set to standbyIf the unit on the left ABbe turned on using its own power button but does not turn on any other devicesTo turn on all network devices from either the unit on the left ABboth devices can be configured as Power Control MastersNote If a unit has its power state controlled by another device or ignition switchcannot be totally powered down It can however enter a standby state to save powerExternal alarmThe external alarm can be a small piezo buzzer connected directly or a horn siren connectedthrough a relayAlarms are configured globally in the system That is they can be configured on any onenetworked multifunction device or instrument and be seen heard and acknowledged fromall devices Individual devices can also be configured to not sound their internal buzzer butstill display the alarm information For information about configuring alarms refer to theAlarms section in the Operator ManualFor sirens that draw more than 1 Amp use a relayBuzzerSirenANegative power wire blackBPositive power wire redCPower control wire yellowDAlarm wire blueConnect an external monitorThe 12 and 16 units incorporate HDMI technology and have a HDMI output which can beconnected to an external monitor to replicate the display at a remote location The image isshown on the external monitor at the units own native resolution so the external monitorshould support the same resolution or be able to scaleIf a monitor of different resolution is connected a dialog is displayed at power up whichallows you to Force HDMI output to the closest resolution it can output This may not mayprovide an optimal image on the monitor The unit will need to restart to apply the changeNote An HDMI cable with a water tight HDMI connector should be used to connect tothe unit in exposed installationsNote While the HDMI standard does not state maximum cable length signal may becompromised on long runs Only use Navico or other high quality HDMI certified cablesWiring  Zeus3 Installation Manual17WindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsA wind transducer where the mast cable is one end of the backboneWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindows202MicroC cables 06 m 2 ft6 ft15 ft25 ft202Tconnector or 4way connector Used to connect a drop cable to the backbone202MicroC power cable Connect to the backbone at a position that is central to the networkload using a Tconnector or 4way connectorPower the networkThe network requires its own 12 V DC power supply protected by a 5 amp fuse or breakerFor vessels fitted with 24 V systems use a DCDC converter to supply 12 VConnect power at any location in the backbone for smaller systemsFor larger systems introduce power at a central point in the backbone to balance the voltagedrop of the networkNote If joining to an existing NMEA 2000 network that already has its own powersupply do not make another power connection elsewhere in the network and ensurethe existing network is not powered by 24 V DCNote Do not connect the NMEA 2000 power cable to the same terminals as the enginestart batteries autopilot computer bow thruster or other high current devicesThe following drawing demonstrates a typical small network The backbone is made up ofdirectly interconnected Tconnectors1NMEA 2000 device2Connector to unit3Dropcable should not exceed 6 m 20 ft4Terminators5Backbone6Power cableNMEA 0183 device connectionThe unit has a NMEA 0183 serial port providing both an input and an output The port usesthe NMEA 0183 serial balancedbaud rates up to 38400 baudNote The connector for NMEA 0183 is labelled VIDEO on rear of unit as the cable is dualpurpose and carries both composite video and NMEA 0183 on seperate wiresWiring  Zeus3 Installation Manual19WindowsWindowsWindows1Connector to unit2Camera input 1  red cable3Camera input 2  green cable4NMEA 0183 RXB orange5NMEA 0183 RXA green6NMEA 0183 TXB blue7NMEA 0183 TXA yellowTalkers and ListenersDo not connect multiple devices outputting data TalkersRXunit The RS422 protocol is not intended for this type of connection and data will becorrupted if more than one device transmits simultaneously The output TXdrive multiple receivers Listenersreceiving hardware Typically three devices is possibleCZone connection to NMEA 2000When interfacing to CZone network it is recommended to use a BEP Network interfacebridge to join the two network backbones togetherThe CZone  NMEA 2000 Network interface bridge isolates the power of the two networksbut allows data to be freely shared between both sidesThe Interface Bridge can also be used for expansion of the NMEA 2000 network when themaximum node limit node  any device connected to networkreached or the maximum cable length of 150 m will be exceeded Once an Interface Bridgehas been fitted a further 40 nodes and additional cable length can be addedThe Network Interface is available from your BEP dealer For more information please refer tothe BEP web site wwwbepmarinecomTransducer connectionThe unit has internal CHIRP Broadband StructureScan TotalScan and ForwardScan sonarThere are two 9pin transducer connectors on the rear of the unit Traditional 50200 KhzCHIRP and HDI transducers can be connected to Sonar1 Blue nutblack nutTotalScan StructureScan and ForwardScan must be connected to Sonar2 For connectorlocation refer to the embossed labeling on the back of the unit or the section Rear connectionson page 10Note The connector attached to the transducer cable is keyed and can only be insertedin one orientation Once inserted turn locking collar to secure20Wiring  Zeus3 Installation ManualWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsNote A 7pin transducer cable can be connected to a 9pin port using a 7pin to 9pinadaptor cable However if the transducer has a paddle wheel speed sensor the waterspeed data will not be displayed on the unitNote For transducer installation information refer to separate installation instructionsincluded with the transducerEthernet connectorThe unit is equipped with an Ethernet port which allows connecting the unit to yournetwork using the 5 pin Ethernet connectorNote The 7 and 9 units have one Ethernet port where as the 12 and 16 have twoConnection of network devices such as radar sonar and other multifunction displays can bemade directly to the Ethernet port or via a network expansion device to the Ethernet portUnit socket femaleCable plug maleKeyPurposeColor1Transmit positive TXBlueWhite2Transmit negative TXBlue3Receive positive RXOrangeWhite4Receive negative RXOrange5ShieldBareEthernet expansion deviceConnection of network devices can be made via an Ethernet expansion device Additionalexpansion devices can be added to provide the required number of ports1Ethernet connector to unit2Ethernet expansion device3Network devicesWiring  Zeus3 Installation Manual21WindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsWindowsVideo inThe unit can be connected to two composite video sources and display video images on itsdisplayThe video input cable is fitted with female RCA plugs  the camera cables should beterminated with male RCA cables to suitNote The video images will not be shared with another unit via the network It is onlypossible to view video on the unit connected to the video sourceNote Both NTSC and PAL formats are supported1Cable connector to Video port on unit2Camera A input red cable3Camera B input green cable4NMEA 0183 cables22Wiring  Zeus3 Installation ManualWindowsWindowsWindowsSoftware SetupThis unit requires some initial configuration before use in order to get the most out of theproduct The following sections focus on settings that typically do not require change onceconfigured User preference settings and operation are covered in the Operator ManualPressing the Home key or selecting the Home button opens the Home page Select theSettings icon in the top left corner of the Home page to open the Settings dialog and accessitems that require configuration You can also press the Power key once to display theSystems Controls dialog and select the Settings icon from thereFirst time startupWhen the unit is started for the first time or after a factory default the unit displays a setupwizard Respond to the setup wizard prompts to select some fundamental setup optionsYou can perform further setup using the system settings option and later change settingsmade with the setup wizardConfiguring the WheelKeyYou can define what happens with a short or long press of the WheelKey on the front of theunitTo configure the Wheel key select Configure WheelKey on the System Setting dialogSelect the Short press option or Long press option in the WHEELKEY CONFIGURATIONdialog and then an option from the list displayedTime and DateConfigure time settings to suit vessel location along with time and date formatsPower ControlDetermines unit response to signal applied to the yellow wire of the power cableSet to 213Slave200 if the yellow wire is connected to ignition or to a standalone switch that applies12 V24 V Set to Master to make this device turn on other devices when powered upNote The System Controls panel does not display the Power Off option and you cannotuse the power key to power off the unit when the unit is configured as slave To powerdown the unit the master device must be powered down or system power removedStart Line  vessel configurationIn order for the start line feature to work at it200s optimum the exact position of the vesselsbow must be known This is achieved by entering position offsets for the GPS sensor Theseoffsets combined with heading data will allow the software to accurately determine thebows distance from the start line To set the offsets open the Advanced Settings page andexpand the Instruments option5 Software Setup  Zeus3 Installation Manual231GPS Bow Offset2GPS Centerline OffsetWindowsWindowsWindowsManual source selectionManual selection is generally only required where there is more than one source for the samedata and the automatically selected source is not the one desiredGroup source selectionMultifunction displays autopilot controllers and instruments have the ability to202Use data sources for example position wind direction and so onon the network use or alternatively use a data source independently from other units202Globally change all displays over to a different source from any display This only includesproducts set to Group modeNote In order to enable group selection the display must be set to Simrad groupDevices with the Group set to None can be set to use different sources to those of the rest ofthe network devicesAdvanced source selectionThis allows the most flexible and precise manual control over which devices provide dataSome data sources such as those for fuel level or engine RPM can only be changed from theAdvanced menu Occasionally Auto Select may not assign the desired source which may becorrected using the Advanced Source Selection An example of this is where twininstallations with NMEA 2000 compliant engines are not programmed with unique instancenumbers This means that the auto select feature cannot determine which engine is fitted onthe port and which is fitted on the starboard sideNote The Advanced option is visible in multiple places  the bottom of the Sourceslist and under each source category for example Compasslist that only relates to devices that output data relevant to the categoryDevice list The Device list shows the devices that provide data This may include a module inside theunit or any external NMEA 2000 deviceSoftware Setup  Zeus3 Installation Manual25Selecting a device in this list will bring up additional details and actionsAll devices allow allocation of an instance number in the Configure option Set uniqueinstance numbers on any identical devices on the network to allow for the unit to distinguishbetween them The Data option shows all data being output by the deviceSome devices will show additional optionsabove has a Calibration option to allow easy setup of this deviceNote Setting the instance number on a 3rd party product is typically not possibleNetwork groupsThe Network Groups function is used to control parameter settings either globally or ingroups of units The function is used on larger vessels where several units are connected tothe network By assigning several units to the same group a parameter update on one unitwill have the same effect on the rest of the group membersDisplay backlightingUnits metric or imperial units of measureDamping to dynamicdataAlarms can be grouped either in Default group or groups 1 through to 6 If anyof the settings require discrete control set it to noneDiagnosticsThe NMEA 2000 tab on the diagnostics page can provide information useful for identifyingan issue with the networkNote The following information may not always indicate an issue that can be simplyresolved with minor adjustment to network layout or connected devices and theiractivity on the network However Rx and Tx errors are most likely indicating issues withthe physical network which may be resolved by correcting termination reducingbackbone or drop lengths or reducing the number of network nodes devices26Software Setup  Zeus3 Installation ManualBus stateSimply indicates whether the bus is powered but not necessarily connected to any datasources However if bus shows as off but power is present along with an increasing errorcount it is possible that termination or cable topology is incorrectRx OverflowsThe unit received too many messages for its buffer before the application could read themRx OverrunsThe unit contained too many messages for its buffer before the driver could read themRxTx ErrorsThese two numbers increase when there are error messages and decrease when messagesare received successfully These unlike the other valuesnormal operation these should be at 0 Values around 96 upwards indicate a heavily errorprone network If these numbers go too high for a given device it will automatically drop offthe busFast Packet ErrorsCumulative counter of any fast packet error This could be a missed frame or a frame out ofsequence etc NMEA 2000 PGNs are made of up to 32 frames The entire message will bediscarded when a frame is missedNote Rx and Tx Errors often indicate an issue with the physical network which may beresolved by correcting termination reducing backbone or drop lengths or reducing thenumber of network nodes devicesDampingIf data appears erratic or too sensitive damping may be applied to make the informationappear more stable With damping set to off the data is presented in raw form with nodamping appliedCalibrationAn offset positive or negativetemp air temp barometric pressure and depth sourced from NMEA 2000Note Any calibrations made here will ONLY be applied locally to this unit Other deviceson the network will not have these offsets appliedExternal Alarm SetupThe Siren Enabled option must be set in order for the unit to drive the buzzer when analarm condition arises Its setting also determines the operation of the external alarm outputEchosounder setupMake general settings from the Echosounder Settings dialog Define Echosounder sources inthe Installation dialogYou can select which source is displayed in the Echosounder panel You can also display twodifferent sources simultaneously using a split panel configuration All menu controls for eachpanel are independentThe source can be the internal Echosounder another MFD on the Ethernet network or aEchosounder moduleInternal EchosounderSelect to make the internal Echosounder available for selection in the Echosounder menuFor more information about panel source selection refer to the Operator manualSoftware Setup  Zeus3 Installation Manual27When set to off this option disables the internal Echosounder in the unit It will not be listedas a Echosounder source for any unit on the network Select this option on a unit which doesnot have a transducer connectedNetwork EchosounderEnabling Network Echosounder allows the display to use other compatible Echosoundersources on the Ethernet network as well as sharing it200s own Echosounder with other devicesStructure depth offsetSetting for Structure transducersAll transducers measure water depth from the transducer to the bottom As a result waterdepth readings do not account for the distance from the transducer to the lowest point ofthe boat in the water or from the transducer to the water surfaceTo show the depth from the lowest point of the boat to the bottom do the following Beforesetting the Structure offset measure the distance from the structure transducer to the lowestpoint of the boat in the water If for example the distance is 03 m 1 ftminus1 ftTo show the depth from the water surface to the bottom do the following Before settingthe Structure offset measure the distance from the structure transducer to the water surfaceIf for example the distance is 03 m 1 ftplus1 ftA setting of 0 zerobottomOverlay downscanWhen a DownScan source is connected to your system you can overlay DownScan imageson the regular Echosounder imageWhen activated the Echosounder menu expands to include basic DownScan optionsEchosounder installationUse this dialog to setup and configure available Echosounder sourcesSourceSelect this option to display a list of Echosounder sources available for setup The settingsyou make in the rest of the dialog pertain to the source selected The sources setup in thisdialog are available for selecting to display in the image in the Echosounder panelSearch depthNoise may cause the echosounder to search for unrealistic depths By setting the searchdepth manually the system displays echoes received from objects within the set depthrange28Software Setup  Zeus3 Installation ManualDepth offsetThis is a value that can be entered on the Echo Installation page to make depth readingsrelate to any point from the water surface to the deepest point of the vessel Below are somealternative ways in which the offset can be enteredBefore setting the offset measure the distance from the transducer to the lowest point of theboat in the water or from the transducer to the water surfaceAshould be set as a negative value For example 20Bthe offset is set to 0Cwaterlineshould be set as a positive value For example05Echosounder software versionFor external sounder modules the software version is displayed in the header of the EchoInstallation dialogue For upgrade software information refer to Software updates and data backupon page 42Water speed calibrationWater speed calibration is used to adjust the speed value from the paddle wheel to matchthe actual boat speed through the water Actual speed can be determined from GPS speedover ground SOGshould be performed in calm conditions with minimal wind and current movementIncrease this value above 100  if the paddle wheel is under reading and decrease this valueif it is over reading For example if the average water speed reads 85 knots 98 MPHSOG records 10 knots 115 MPHcalculate the adjustment divide the SOG by the paddlewheel speed and multiply theproduct by 100Calibration range 50200  Default is 100 Water speed averagingAverages water speed by measuring your speed at a selected interval of time Water speedintervals range from one to thirty seconds For example if you select five seconds yourdisplayed water speed will be based on averaging over 5 seconds of samplingCalibration range 130 seconds Default is 1 secondWater temperature calibrationTemperature calibration is used to adjust the water temperature value from the sonartransducer to match the data from another temperature sensor It may be required to correctfor localized influences to the measured temperatureCalibration range 99214  99214 Default is 0214Note Water temperature calibration only appears if the transducer is temperaturecapable Check transducer type selection if this option should be availableSoftware Setup  Zeus3 Installation Manual29WindowsWindowsWindowsTransducer typeTransducer type is used for selecting the transducer model connected to the sonar moduleThe transducer selected will determine what frequencies the user can select during sonaroperation In some transducers with builtin temperature sensors the temperature readingmay be inaccurate or not available at all if the wrong transducer is selected Transducertemperature sensors are one of two impedances  5k or 10k Where both options are givenfor the same model transducer refer to paperwork supplied with transducer to determineimpedanceForwardScan installationAvailable when the ForwardScan feature is turned on For installation and setup informationrefer to the separate ForwardScan documentationStructureScanThis feature is automatically enabled when a TotalScan transducer is plugged in before theunit has been powered onYou should set the Structure depth offset for the structure transducer This settings is inthe Echosounder Settings dialogRadar setupUse the Radar Installation dialog to setup the radarNote The installation can vary depending on the radar Follow the installation and setupinstructions supplied with the radarRadar sourceIn a system with more than one radar the correct device to configure can be selected fromthis menuNote Radars that support dual radar mode are represented twice in the source list withan A and B suffixRadar status30Software Setup  Zeus3 Installation ManualScanner typeIdentifies the model of scanner connected to the networkSoftware versionCheck to make sure you have the latest software Check the latest software version availableat wwwbandgcomSerial NumberThis number should be recorded for support and insurance purposesMARPA statusThe MARPA status can identify if a heading sensor is on the network and that the radar isreceiving heading information essential for MARPA calculationsReset device IDShould a radar be connected to the network that has been connected to a dual radarnetwork in the past it might not be detected by the system because it might have an invalidDevice ID With the radar connected and powered up select the Reset Device ID button toresolve this problemNote This procedure must be performed with only one radar on the network and onlyapplies where a network combines an older MFD with other MFDsAdjust antenna heightSet the radar scanner height relative to the water surface The Radar uses this value tocalculate the correct STC settingsAdjust bearing alignmentThis is to align the heading marker on the screen with the center line of the vessel This willcompensate for any slight misalignment of the scanner during installation Any inaccuracywill be evident when using MARPA or chart overlayPoint the boat to be perpendicular to the very end of a breakwater or peninsula Adjust thebearing alignment setting so that the heading marker and land mass intersectSidelobe suppressionOccasionally false target returns can occur adjacent to strong target returns such as largeships or container ports This occurs because not all of the transmitted radar energy can befocused into a single beam by the radar antenna a small amount energy is transmitted inother directions This energy is referred to as sidelobe energy and occurs in all radar systemsThe returns caused by sidelobes tend to appear as arcsNote This control should only be adjusted by experienced radar users Target loss inharbor environments may occur if this control is not adjusted correctlyWhen the radar is mounted where there are metallic objects near the radar sidelobe energyincreases because the beam focus is degraded The increased sidelobe returns can beeliminated using the Sidelobe Suppression controlBy default this control is set to Auto and normally should not need to be adjusted Howeverif there is significant metallic clutter around the radar sidelobe suppression may need to beincreased The control should be adjusted as follows1Set Radar range to between 12 nm to 1 nm and Sidelobe Suppression to Auto2Take the vessel to a location where sidelobe returns are likely to be seen Typically thiswould be near a large ship container port or metal bridge3Traverse the area until the strongest sidelobe returns are seen4Change Auto sidelobe suppression to OFF then select and adjust the sidelobesuppression control until the sidelobe returns are just eliminated You may need tomonitor 510 radar sweeps to be sure they have been eliminated5Traverse the area again and readjust if sidelobes returns still occur6Exit the dialogSoftware Setup  Zeus3 Installation Manual31Adjust local interference rejectInterference from some onboard sources can interfere with the Broadband radar Onesymptom of this could be a large target on the screen that remains in the same relativebearing even if the vessel changes directionChoose from Local interference rejection LOW MED or HIGH Default is LOWRestore radar to factory defaultsThis option can be used to revert all user adjustmentsVideo In configurationOpen the menu on the video panel to set up videoEnable PAL or NTSC depending on the video output standard of theselected cameraYou can optimize the video display by adjusting the video imagesettings brightness saturation etcThe settings are applied individually for each video sourceMirror image may be applied where the camera is providing a rearview and the user wishes to see objects as they would appear in avehicle rear view mirror ie on the same side as they actually areAutopilot setup For setup and commissioning of autopilot computers refer to the documentation includedwith the autopilot computerNote The WheelKey can be used as a STBY key when configured for autopilot control Toconfigure the WheelKey refer to Configuring the WheelKey on page 23Fuel setupThe fuel utility monitors a vessel203s fuel consumption This information is totaled to indicatetrip and seasonal fuel usage and is used to calculate fuel economy for display on instrumentpages and the data barTo use the utility a Navico Fuel Flow sensor or a NMEA 2000 engine adaptor cablegatewaywith Navico Fuel Data Storage device must be fitted to the vessel Neither the Navico FuelFlow sensor nor the Suzuki engine interface require the use of a separate Fuel Storagedevice Refer to the engine manufacturer or dealer for information on whether or not yourengine provides a data output and what adaptor is available to connect to NMEA 2000Once the physical connection is made ensure source selection is completed Multiple engineinstallations using Fuel Flow sensors or Fuel Data Storage devices require setup of relatedengine location in the Device list For general source selection information refer to Data sourceselection on page 24Vessel setupThe Vessel setup dialog must be used to select the number of engines the number of tanksand vessel200s total fuel capacity across all tanks32Software Setup  Zeus3 Installation ManualFuel remaining measurementThe Fuel remaining measurement can be determined from fuel used by engineslevel from tank sensors Nominal fuel consumption is required to set the scale on the fueleconomy gauge This value should be determined from experience over time Alternativelythe boat builder or designer may be able to give an approximate value to useNote Fuel remaining measurement taken from level sensors while underway can getinaccurate readings due to vessel movementNote Nominal fuel consumption setting should be determined taking into accounttypical vessel loads That is filled fuel and water tanks stowed tender supplies etcFuel flow configurationAfter the number of engines is set it is required to set which fuel flow sensor is connected towhich engine Under Device list on the Network page view the Device Configuration dialogfor each sensor and set the Location to match the engine the device is connected toUnconfigure  defaults the device which clears all user settingsReset Fuel Flow  restores only the Fuel KValue setting if set in Calibrate Only Navicodevices can be resetCalibrateCalibration may be required to accurately match measured flow with actual fuel flow Accesscalibration from the Refuel dialog Calibration is only possible on Navico200s Fuel Flow sensor1Start with a full tank and run the engine as it would normally be operated2After at least several liters a few gallonsand the Set to full option selectedSoftware Setup  Zeus3 Installation Manual333Select the Calibrate option4Set the actual amount used based on amount of fuel added to the tank5Select OK to save settings The Fuel KValue should now show a new valueNote To calibrate multiple engines repeat the steps above one engine at a timeAlternatively run all engines simultaneously and divide the Actual amount used by thenumber of engines This assumes reasonably even fuel consumption on all enginesNote The Calibrate option is only available when Set to full is selected and a FuelFlow is connected and set up as a sourceNote A maximum of 8 engines is supported using Fuel Flow sensorsFuel LevelWith the use of a Navico Fluid Level device connected to a suitable tank level sensor it ispossible to measure the amount of fuel remaining in any equipped tank The number oftanks must be set in Vessel Setup dialog initiated from the Fuel setting options page toallow discrete tank assignment of the Fluid Level devicesSelect Device list on the Network page and view the Device Configuration dialog for eachsensor and set the Tank location Fluid type and Tank sizeFor setting up the Instrument bar or a gauge on the Instrument page with Fluid Level devicedata refer to the Operator ManualNote A maximum of 5 tanks is supported using Fluid Level devicesNote Tank data that is output by a compatible engine gateway can also be displayedhowever tank configuration for such a data source is not possible from this unitCZone setupIn order to communicate with the CZone modules connected to the network the Zeus210must be assigned a unique CZone Display Dipswitch settingThe functionality of the CZone system is determined by the CZone Config File zcf stored on all CZone modules and the Zeus210 The file is created using the CZone ConfigurationTool a specialized PC application available from BEP Marine Ltd and associated CZonedistributorsThe Zeus210 system provides a means to load the Config file as well as apply updates tomodule firmware removing the need to take a laptop computer aboard the vesselEnabling CZone functionalityIf the CZone devicesCZone34Software Setup  Zeus3 Installation ManualAssigning the dipswitch settingEvery product capable of controlling and viewing CZone devices must be assigned a virtualdipswitch setting This setting is unique for each device Typically it is set after theconfiguration file already exists on the CZone system but it may also be set in advance Todo so access the CZone menu on the Settings pageWhen the configuration is already available on the network it will immediately commenceuploading to the Zeus210 once the dipswitch is set Allow this to complete withoutinterruptionSetting CZone to display at startupWith this option selected the CZone control page is shown first every time the Zeus210 ispowered upCZone backlight controlEnabling this causes the Zeus210 to synchronize its backlight setting with that of any CZoneDisplay Interfaces set up to share backlight settingsNote CZone Config also needs to have the Zeus210 set as a controllerImport and backup a configuration fileThe files page may be used to import CZone configuration files or export a copy to amemory card in the card reader Importing overwrites the existing file on the Zeus210 and allconnected CZone devicesFor further information see Backing up and Importing user data on page 43Wireless setupThe unit includes builtin wireless functionality that lets you202Use a wireless device to remotely view smartphone and tablettablet onlyapplication store202Access the GoFree Shop202Upload your logs to create custom maps at Insight Genesis202Download software updates202Connect to third party applicationsConnecting a tabletInstall the GoFree App on the tablet before following this procedure1Set the internal wireless to Access Point mode To do this select the Wireless devicespage in the Wireless settings dialog and then select the Internal wireless Next select theMode option and then select Internal Access Point2Select a device on the Wireless devices page to view its network key3Navigate to the wireless network connection page on the tablet and find the unit orGoFree wireless xxxx network If more than one is in range review the Wireless devicespage on the unit to confirm which wireless device is connected to the unit4Enter the Network Key in the tablet to connect to the networkSoftware Setup  Zeus3 Installation Manual355Open the GoFree application  the unit should be automatically detected The namedisplayed will be either the default or that assigned in the Device Name setting If the unitdoes not appear follow the on screen instructions to manually find the device6Select the graphic icon of the unit The unit displays a prompt similar to the following7Select Yes for onetime connection or Always if device is to be remembered for regularconnection This setting can be changed later if requiredNote The internal wireless module only supports GoFree connection to itself Otherunits connected on the network are not visibleConnecting a smartphoneInstall the GoFree App on the smartphone before following this procedure1Set the internal wireless to Access Point mode To do this select the Wireless devicespage in the Wireless settings dialog and then select the unit203s Internal Wireless Nextselect the Mode option and then select Internal Access Point2Select a device on the Wireless devices page to view its Network Key3Navigate to the wireless network connection page on the smartphone and find the unitor GoFree wireless xxxx network If more than one is in range review the Wireless devicespage from the unit203s Wireless settings dialog to confirm which wireless device isconnected to the unit4Enter the Network Key in the smartphone to connect to the network5Open the GoFree application on the smartphone the unit should be automaticallydetected The name displayed will be either the default or that assigned in the DeviceName setting If the unit does not appear follow the on screen instructions to manuallyfind the deviceThe MFD203s display is shown on the smartphone To change the MFD203s display on thesmartphone use the MFD to change the display on the MFD The display change on theMFD is reflected on the smartphoneWireless settingsProvides configuration and setup options for the wireless functionalityRemote controllersWhen a wireless device is connected it should appear in the Remote controllers listSelecting Always allow means the device can automatically connect without needing apassword each time This menu also allows disconnection of devices that no longer requireaccess36Software Setup  Zeus3 Installation ManualWireless devicesThis dialog shows the internal wireless and any connected WIFI1 devices as well as their IPand channel number Selecting the internal wireless or a WIFI1 device provides additionaldetailTo view and change internal wireless detail values Network Name SSIDChannelAccess Point Internal Wifinetwork hotspotClient Mode Use theMode option to change modesModeDisplays if the internal wireless is set to Access Point Internal WifiClient ModeSelect it to change the wireless between Access Point mode and Client ModeIf the internal wireless is set to Access Point Internal Wifican access the unit to view and control tablet onlyAccess PointInternal WifiClient Modeallows the unit internet access via a wireless hotspotWhen veiwing this menu for a WIFI1 set to Access Point mode it200s also possible to switchbetween Primary and Secondary access point modes so two WIFI1 devices can exist onthe network at the same timeOnly one WIFI1 may operate as Primary which determines that the device is acting asDHCP server Only one DHCP server may exist on a network at a timeTo use two WIFI1s as access points simultaneously the unit must initially be connected toonly one unit Once this unit is set to secondary a second module may be turned onconnected and will automatically default to primaryNote In a network with only one WIFI1 and one or more internal wireless modules theWIFI1 should be left in Primary mode The internal modules do not act as a DHCPserverHardwareProvides firmware version info and MAC address detailsNetworksOnly visible if the internal wireless is in Client Mode when the device is selected Shows a listof all networks hotspotsenter its network key and connect to itNetwork Name SSIDDisplays the name of the internal wireless networkOnly visible if the internal wireless is set to Access Point Internal Wifidevice is selected You can select it and change the internal wireless network to any nameyou want for easy identificationNetwork Key Required by the smartphone or tablet to connect to the internal wireless networkOnly visible if the internal wireless is set to Access Point Internal Wifidevice is selected You can select it and change it to increase network security The key mustbe at least 8 charactersChannelOnly visible if the internal wireless is set to Access Point Internal Wifidevice is selected Select it to change the Channel setting to overcome potential interferenceto the internal wireless by another RF device transmitting in the same frequency bandRestore defaultsDeletes all user made changes and restores the wireless to factory settingsSoftware Setup  Zeus3 Installation Manual37Client settingsOpens the Wireless Client Settings dialogue which shows networks previously connected toregardless of whether they are currently visible or not Allows deletion of a network from thelist and toggling of Automatic connection settingAdvancedTools are available within the software to assist in faultfinding and setting up the wirelessnetworkIperfIperf is a commonly used network performance tool It is provided for testing wirelessnetwork performance around the vessel so weak spots or problem areas can be identifiedThe application must be installed on and run from a tablet deviceThe Zeus210 must be running Iperf server before initiating the test from the tablet On exitingthe page Iperf automatically stops runningDHCP ProbeThe wireless module contains a DHCP server that allocates IP addresses for all the MFDs andEchosounder in a network If integrating with other devices such as a 3G modem or satellitephone other devices in the network may also be acting as DHCP servers To make it easy tofind all DHCP servers on a network dhcpprobe may be run from the Zeus210 Only one DHCPdevice may be operational on the same network at a time If a second device is found turnoff its DHCP feature if possible Refer to the device200s own instructions for further assistanceNote Iperf and DHCP Probe are tools provided for diagnostic purposes by users familiarwith network terminology and configuration Navico is not the original developer ofthese tools and cannot provide support related to their useSimultaneous Client and Access Point operationIf it is desirable to have the MFD accessible to a tablet while also having internet access forGoFree store and Insight Genesis it is necessary to use two wireless units  one must be inClient mode the other in Access Point mode This can be a combination of internal wirelessand an external WIFI1 or two external WIF1 units Two external WIFI1 units will offer theadvantage of providing both features to all MFDs on the network where applicableor notNMEA 0183 setupThe NMEA 0183 port must be set to suit the speed of connected devices and can beconfigured to output only the sentences required by listening devices38Software Setup  Zeus3 Installation ManualReceive waypointSelect this option to allow a device capable of creating and exporting waypoints via NMEA0183 to transfer directly to this unitBaud rateThis should be set to correspond with devices connected to the NMEA 0183 input andoutput The input and output Tx RxNote AIS transponders typically operate at NMEA 0183HS high speedthe baud rate to be set to 38400Software Setup  Zeus3 Installation Manual39yyFIFFIF212cecJMJ9sqsEGEuuuTUTBABY 9ZuZuJhcfJcJcBWBWi zdNlNlx 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2BXuuuuuuCZ3HwwwwLkLk3EDpwNg8RwRm9TwRm2CcJa8IsssQBUYvsJi5RvyJbTqcSerial OutputSelection determines whether the data is output via Tx lines and will enable editing of theoutput sentences listSerial Output SentencesThis list allows control over which sentences need to be transmitted to other devices fromthe NMEA 0183 port Due to the limited bandwidth of NMEA 0183 it is desirable to onlyenable the data that is required The less sentences that are selected the higher the outputrate of the enabled sentencesCommonly used sentences are enabled by defaultNMEA 0183 over EthernetNMEA 0183 data stream is also output over ethernet which is made available to tabletdevices and PCs via the internal wireless The ethernet dialogue provides IP and port datatypically required for configuring the application on the third party deviceNote Other MFDs cannot decode this information back to NMEA 0183 to use the dataas a source To share data a physical NMEA 2000 or NMEA 0183 connection is stillrequiredNMEA 2000 setup40Software Setup  Zeus3 Installation ManualReceive waypointSelect this option to allow another device capable of creating and exporting waypoints viaNMEA 2000 to transfer directly to this unitSend waypointSelect this option to allow this unit to send waypoints to another device via NMEA 2000Ethernet setupNo special setup is required for establishing an ethernet network it is all plugandplay Anoptional ethernet expansion device connected between the unit and another networkmodule eg 4G radardevicesDiagnosticsThe UDB User Data Baseactivity as shown belowThe Reset Display List option can be used to refresh the list of connected displays and theirUDB versionDatabasesThe upper table gives an account of the various automatically synchronised databases thatensure units are all using the same user settings and data Each unit stores the databaselocally so that all information is available if the device is run in standaloneDatabases can become unsynchronised when one or more displays in a multi displaynetwork are not powered up while other displays are being operated Creation of waypointsroutes tracks and altering global settings all affect databasesWhen the checkbox Dirty is selected the unit has identified that its database is older thanthat of another device on the network The checkbox should clear within seconds of bothdevices being powered up and the databases synchronising If it does not clear it isrecommended that all devices are power cycledIP addressThe lower table shows the IP address of the display being viewed top of listdisplay with This display next to itThe function of the Master is invisible to the end user  It manages database synchronizationhowever this task automatically shifts to another display if the current master is shut downThe IP address list only refreshes after all devices on the network have been powered down a single device that is shutdown on the network will not be removed from the table shownon other devices When powering up a system that has been completely shutdown anetwork connectivity issue can be identified if a display does not show any other IPaddresses than its ownThe UDB version is dependant on the software version installed on the display It will neverchange on its own unlike the Version of the Databases on the upper table It is preferable toSoftware Setup  Zeus3 Installation Manual41have all UDB versions the same This can usually be achieved by loading the latest softwareon to your display  refer to Software upgrades on page 43Module network lightThe network LED on network expansion devices can be useful for determining if the networkis fundamentally operational No light indicates no connection A rapidly blinking green LEDmeans the network module is communicating with another deviceFLIR camera setupThe FLIR Mseries cameras are plug and play when used in conjuction with the WIFI1 actingas a DHCP host For setup on networks not utilizing a DHCP host refer to the websitewwwbandgcom or contact technical supportMercury200If the unit is on the same NMEA 2000 network as a Mercury VesselView206 4 7 403 502 702703 or Link a host of Mercury206 specific features are automatically unlocked on the unitWhen the features are enabled the display may prompt the user for some basicconfiguration information Refer to the VesselView206 manual or engine supplier for furtherinformationSuzuki Marine200If the unit is on the same NMEA 2000 network as a Suzuki C10 color gauge a dedicatedSuzuki instrument panel is unlocked and automatically enabled Data source selection isdone the same way as for any regular NMEA 2000 sourcesSoftware updates and data backupFrom time to time we release software updates to our existing products Updates are createdfor a variety of reasons to add or improve features to add support for new external devicesor to fix software bugsUpdates can be found on the website wwwbandgcomWhen the unit is connected to the internet a popup can appear advising that a softwareupdate is available and encourages you to download the updateThe unit may be used to apply software updates to itself and to supported network deviceswith files read off a memory card inserted in the card readerBefore initiating an update to the unit itself be sure to back up any potentially valuable userdataNetwork analyzer and service assistantThe system has a builtin service assistant that creates a report of the devices installed on theNMEA 2000 and Ethernet network such as the software versions serial numbers andinformation from the settings file to assist in technical support enquiriesTo use the analyzer open the About page of the System settings dialog and select SupportTwo options are displayedCreate reportAnalyzes your network and prompts you for information required for support and creates thereport with information automatically gathered from the network You can add screenshotsand log files that will be attached to the report There is a 20MB limit for the reportattachments You can save the report to a memory card and email it to support or upload itdirectly if you have an internet connection If you call technical support first you can enter anincident number to assist with trackingCheck system for updatesAnalyzes your network and checks if updates are available for compatible devicesNote Connect your unit to the internet to check for the latest available softwareversions The software versions will be up to date as of the last time you updated yourunit or connected to the internet42Software Setup  Zeus3 Installation ManualSoftware upgradesThe update file must be loaded to the root directory of the memory cardThe update may be initiated at boot up insert the memory card into the card reader beforeturning the unit on boot the unit and follow the onscreen instructionsAlternatively in the Files menu locate the update file on the memory card inserted in thecard reader and select Upgrade followed by This Display Accept the prompt to rebootthe unit and wait a few moments as the unit restarts Do not remove the memory card orrepower the unit until the process is completed this typically takes no more than a couple ofminutesNMEA 2000 device upgradesThe update file must be loaded to the root directory of a memory card inserted in the cardreader1Select the Files toolbar option and select the update file under Memory card2Select the Upgrade option presented when the file is highlighted A list should appeardisplaying any compatible devices the update file applies to In most cases this will be asingle deviceNote If no device is shown check that the device to be updated has power and run anyoutstanding updates for the unit first3Select the device and initiate the upgrade Do not interrupt the upgrade processBacking up and Importing user dataThere are two files that can be backed up that relate to user changes made to the system202Waypoints Routes and Tracks database202Settings database includes preferences such as unit settings custom pages and CZoneconfiguration filesInsert a memory card into the unit203s card reader as a storage location for backup dataWaypoints Routes and Tracks database backupYou can export all Waypoints Routes and Tracks or export only those contained within aspecific regionIf Export Region is selected the chart page will be displayed centered on vessel locationUsing the touch screen adjust the red boundary box to outline the area to be exported Theexport option offers different file formats to save as202User data file version 5 Use with current units NSO evo23 NSS evo23 NSS NSO NSEZeus Zeus Touch HDS Gen2 HDS Gen2 Touch HDS Gen3 HDS Carbon GO XSE unitsVulcan units and ELITE Ti units202User data file version 4 Use with current units NSO evo23 NSS evo23 NSS NSO NSEZeus Zeus Touch HDS Gen2 HDS Gen2 Touch HDS Gen3 HDS Carbon GO XSE unitsVulcan units and ELITE Ti units202User data file version 3 with depth Use with legacy GPS chartplotters202User data file version 2 no depth Use with legacy GPS chartplotters202GPX GPS Exchange no depth Use with some other manufacturers200 GPS products andPC applicationsAfter you select the file type select Export and destination memory card The receivingGPSPC typically needs to be set to allow import of WaypointsSettings database exportSelect Setting database to export the Settings database or export CZone configurationCZone installation dependentdestinationSoftware Setup  Zeus3 Installation Manual43Importing a databaseLater if the unit has been restored to factory defaults or user data is accidentally deletedreturn to the files page select the backed up file and then Import View file details forcreation date44Software Setup  Zeus3 Installation ManualAccessoriesThe most uptodate accessories list is available at wwwbandgcomZeus3 accessoriesPart numberDescription00000129001NSS EVO3  ZEUS3  VIDEONMEA 0183 CABLE00013748001NSS EVO3  ZEUS3 CHART CARD DOOR00013744001ZEUS3  7 SUN COVER00013745001ZEUS3  9 SUN COVER00013746001ZEUS3  12 SUN COVER00013747001ZEUS3  16 SUN COVER00013749001NSS7 EVO3  ZEUS3 212 7 EDGE BEZELS00013750001NSS9 EVO3  ZEUS3 212 9 EDGE BEZELS00013751001NSS12 EVO3  ZEUS3 212 12 EDGE BEZELS00013752001NSS16 EVO3  ZEUS3 212 16 EDGE BEZELS00013753001NSS7 EVO3  ZEUS3  7 DASH MOUNT KIT00013754001NSS9 EVO3  ZEUS3  9 DASH MOUNT KIT00013755001NSS12 EVO3  ZEUS3  12 DASH MOUNT KIT00013756001NSS16 EVO3  ZEUS3  16 DASH MOUNT KIT00013757001NSS7 EVO3  ZEUS3  7 MOUNTING BRACKET00013758001NSS9 EVO3  ZEUS3  9 MOUNTING BRACKET00013759001NSS12 EVO3  ZEUS312 MOUNTING BRACKET00013760001NSS16 EVO3  ZEUS316 MOUNTING BRACKET6 Accessories  Zeus3 Installation Manual4559392ISO Acknowledgement59904ISO Request60928ISO Address Claim126208ISO Command Group Function126992System Time126996Product Info127237HeadingTrack Control127245Rudder127250Vessel Heading127251Rate of Turn127257Attitude127258Magnetic Variation127488Engine Parameters Rapid Update127489Engine Parameters Dynamic127493Transmission Parameters Dynamic127503AC input status127504AC Output Status127505Fluid Level127506DC Detailed Status127507Charger Status127508Battery Status127509Inverter Status128259Speed Water referenced128267Water Depth128275Distance Log129025Position Rapid Update129026COG  SOG Rapid Update129029GNSS Position Data129033Time  Date129038AIS Class A Position Report129039AIS Class B Position Report129040AIS Class B Extended Position Report129041AIS aids to Navigation129283Cross Track Error129284Navigation Data129539GNSS DOPs129540AIS Class B Extended Position Report129794AIS aids to Navigation129801Cross Track Error129283Cross Track Error129284Navigation Data129539GNSS DOPs129540GNSS Sats in View129794AIS Class A Static and Voyage Related Data129801AIS Addressed Safety Related Message129802AIS Safety Related Broadcast Message129808DSC Call Information129809AIS Class B 215CS211 Static Data Report Part A129810AIS Class B 215CS211 Static Data Report Part B130074Route and WP Service  WP List  WP Name  Position130306Wind Data130310Environmental Parameters130311Environmental Parameters130312Temperature130313Humidity130314Actual Pressure130576Small Craft Status130577Direction Data126208ISO Command Group Function126992System Time126996Product Info127237HeadingTrack Control127250Vessel Heading127258Magnetic Variation128259Speed Water referenced128267Water Depth128275Distance Log129025Position Rapid Update129026COG  SOG Rapid Update129029GNSS Position Data129283Cross Track Error129284Navigation Data129285RouteWaypoint Data129539GNSS DOPs129540GNSS Sats in View130074Route and WP Service  WP List  WP Name  Position130306Wind Data130310Environmental Parameters130311Environmental Parameters130312Temperature130577Direction DataGGAGLLGSAGSVVTGZDAGGAGLLGSAGSVVTGZDAGLCAAMAPBBODBWCBWRRMCRMBXTEXDRDBTDPTMTWVLWVHMDBTDPTMTWVLWVHM7 unit1024 x 6009 unit1280 x 72012 unit1280 x 80016 unit1920 x 10807 unit20 W  4 W9 unit23 W  4 W12 unit30 W  5 W16 unit45 W  5 W7 unit3 A9 unit3 A12 unit5 A16 unit5 A7 unit1 Port9 unit1 Port12 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