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' Autohelm St3000 Wheel Drive Autopilot Quick Ref'



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 Any reference to Raytheon or
RTN in this manual should be
  interpreted as Raymarine.
The names Raytheon and RTN
       are owned by the
     Raytheon Company.
ST3000 Wheel Pilot Quick Reference Guide
Basic operation
                                                         Auto mode

     Entering Auto mode (Engaging the autopilot)                                  Making course changes


                                                                                               1
                +                                                Course
                                                                 changes                       or
                                                                                                                    Course
                                                                                                                    changes to
                                                                 to port                                            starboard
                                                                                              10


   Returning to Standby (Disengaging the autopilot)
                                                                     Returning to previous locked heading


                +                                                 1 sec              then            again to accept heading




                        Track mode                                                   Wind Vane mode

  Entering Track mode (from Auto or Wind Vane mode)                              Entering Wind Vane mode
        and
                       to enter Track mode
                                                                           and


                                                                 Press STANDBY or AUTO to exit Wind Vane mode.

                           and                                                           Using AutoTack
          then                          to accept new heading
                                                                AutoTack                                             AutoTack to
                                                                to port           and                    and         starboard
  Press STANDBY or                                              (100)                                               (100)
     AUTO to exit.


                                                    Autopilot displays

              Switching lighting on/off                                    Switching AutoSeastate on/off
               (from Standby mode only)                                    (from Auto/Track/Wind Vane modes)
                            and                                                                and
              Press                       to                                     Press                         to

                      switch between:                                                    switch between:

                                           ON                                                                       ON


                                           OFF                                                                      OFF

       Wait 10 sec to return to previous mode.                                                                              D5659-1
ST3000 Wheel Pilot Quick Reference Guide
Compass calibration
  1 Enter compass calibration




                                                                                         Start turning boat
                                                                                             (see 2 below)
                        1 sec




  2 Turn boat in slow circles

     Turn the boat in slow circles so:

      boat's speed stays below 2 knots

      each circle takes at least 3 minutes




  3 Autopilot displays amount of deviation detected

     Keep turning the boat until the display alternates between:

                                   autopilot heading

                                   deviation detected



  4 Align the autopilot heading

    Adjust the autopilot heading to match the boat's steering compass
                                                                                                        Steering
    Autopilot heading                                              Autopilot heading                    compass
                                          or


                                          or
                                                                                                                   Known
                                                                                                                   heading




  5 Save changes

                           To:                                                   To:
                            save deviation correction                            quit compass calibration
                            save heading alignment                                without saving
           1 sec            return to STANDBY mode

                                                                                                                         D5660-1


Document number: 86005-2 (use with handbook: 81194)
Date: June 2001


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