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' Autohelm Raymarine: St6001plus Quickref St6000 Quick Reference Guide'




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ST6001 Control Unit Quick Reference Guide
Basic operation
Auto mode Track mode
Entering Auto mode Returning to Standby Entering Track mode from Auto or Wind Vane mode
Engaging the autopilot Disengaging the autopilot
to enter Track mode
then to accept new heading
Making course changes
Course Course
changes or or changes to
to port starboard
Exiting Track mode Press or
Returning to previous locked heading
Wind Vane mode
then to accept
heading Entering Wind Vane mode
1 sec
Using AutoTack
AutoTack AutoTack to
and and
to port starboard
Exiting Wind Vane mode Press or
Default AutoTack 100
Autopilot adjustments
Adjusting response level Adjusting keypad and Displaying data pages
To make temporary changes display lighting
Press to
1 sec show first data page
scroll through available data pages
return to previous mode
Use 1 or 1 to adjust response level Use disp to adjust lighting level
Press disp to return to previous mode Wait 10 sec to return to previous mode
D55022
Compass calibration
1 Enter Seatrial 2 sec x2
2 Complete the compass deviation Start turning
boat
see below
Turn boat in slow circles so
boats speed stays below 2 knots
each circle takes at least 2 minutes
Autopilot heading
Minimum of
2 circles
Keep turning the boat until
you see the DEVIATION screen
3 Align the autopilot heading
a Coarse adjustment If COG is available from GPS press to set autopilot heading to COG value
then fine tune manually see below
b Fine adjustment If COG is not available or after setting heading to COG align autopilot heading manually
Autopilot heading Steering compass
Known
Adjust the autopilot heading so it shows the heading
same value as the boats steering compass
4 Save changes To
save deviation correction
save heading alignment
2 sec return to STANDBY mode
number 860621 use with handbook 11 May 2001

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