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Quick reference guide
C90W, C120W and C140W models
Safety notices Adjusting the backlight
Warning: Ensure safe navigation 1. Press the POWER button.
This product (including the electronic charts) is The backlight level meter is displayed.
intended for use only as an aid to navigation. It is 2. Using the rotary contol, adjust the backlight to the appropriate
designed to facilitate the use of official government level.
charts, NOT REPLACE THEM. Only official
government charts and notices to mariners contain all
the current information needed for safe navigation,
and the captain is responsible for their prudent use. It
is the user's responsibility to use official government
charts, notices to mariners, caution and proper The Simulator mode enables you to practice operating your display
navigational skill when operating this or any other without data from a GPS antenna, radar scanner, fishfinder or AIS
Raymarine product. receiver.
The Simulator mode is switched on/off in the System Setup Menu.
Once enabled, you can use the Simulator:
Powering the display on · Before installation: Connect the display to a 12V DC power
supply, fused at 1 amp by attaching the red core from the power
lead to positive (+) and the black core to negative (-).
1. Press and hold the POWER button until the Raymarine logo
appears. · After installation: Whilst in a marina or at anchor.
2. Press OK to acknowledge the warning window.
Note: Incoming AIS safety messages cannot be displayed while
the display is in Simulator mode.
Powering the Display Off Note: Any system settings made whilst in Simulator mode are not
transmitted via SeaTalk to other equipment.
1. Press and hold the POWER button until the countdown reaches
Note: If the POWER button is released before the countdown Enabling the simulator mode
reaches zero, the power off is cancelled.
1. Press Menu.
2. Select the System Setup menu.
3. Select the Simulator item, and change its value to On.
Status bar Databar Status icons
· Gives information specific to · Gives information associated with Confirm status of
each application. your vessel or the environment. Sounder,GPS, AIS and
· Cannot be edited or moved. · Customizable content. Autopilot.
· Vertical or horizontal format.
· Display or hide.
· Normal or large size.
· Include information you have added to the
display's memory, such as waypoints.
· Highlight an entry using trackpad or rotary
control to display related information.
· Editable using softkeys.
· Alert you to a situation, such as an alarm,
or unavailable function
· Not editable.
· May require a response. For example,
ACKNOWLEDGE to silence alarms .
Enable data to be edited or entered into a
store/list e.g. editing a waypoint.
5 ACTIVE 1 Chart card slot 2 PAGE
Selects which of the split windows Open the card reader door to Press to display the available page
is active.The selected window is insert or remove CompactFlash softkeys for the current page set.
outlined in red, and the associated cards, which are used for Press and hold to access the Page
softkeys displayed. upgrading cartography, Setup menu.
and archiving waypoint, 3 WPTS/MOB
7 MENU route and other data. Press and release to show the waypoint
Press to access the softkeys. Press again to place a waypoint
set up menus. at your vessel's position. Press and hold
to place a Man Overboard (MOB) marker
at your current position.
1 4 RANGE
2 Press to change the display scale
so that a smaller or larger area can
be seen on the screen.
4 6 DATA
Press to access the archive and transfer
and databar options.
5 6 8 CANCEL
Press to quit the selected on-screen option
when editing data, or to return to a previous
7 8 softkey or menu level.
9 Unicontrol TM
The smooth inner ring is the
which controls the on-screen cursor and
11 scrolls through menus.The outer ring is
the ROT ARY CONTROL, which is used to
adjust values. In the middle of the Unicontrol
is the OK button, which is used to select options.
10 Press once to switch the unit ON. Press again
Softkeys to access the backlight adjustment and scanner
Press to select the corresponding function identified by the on-screen label. power controls. Press and hold to switch the
The C-Series multifunction display includes a number of
· See where the fish are.
· Identify underwater objects.
· View seabed structure.
· Locate where you are. · View sea depth and temperature data.
· Interpret your surroundings. · Mark points of interest, like fishing spots
· Monitor where you are going.
· Record where you have been.
· Navigate to a specified position (waypoint).
· Build and navigate routes.
· View details of nearby features & services.
· View details of boats equipped with
· Measure distances and bearing · Detect and track targets.
· Avoid collisions.
· Measure distances and bearings.
· Place waypoints.
· Display details of targets (MARP
· Trigger an alarm when a target is in zone.
· Display the identity of other vessels (AIS).
Other applications Pa ge set Engine
Chart CDI Fishfinder monitor Radar Data
In addition to the core applications described above, your
multifunction display also includes the following applications:
· 3D chart -- an easy-to-use chart format providing a three
dimensional graphical view of land and sea contours around your
vessel. The 3D chart application requires upgraded cartography.
· Data -- displays system and instrument data on your multifunction Pa ge Window
(consists of 1,2,
display. 3 or 4 windows)
· Engine -- enables you to view information in the form of gauges
and digital data, from up to three compatible engines. If required, you can change the combination and layout of these
page sets to meet your particular needs.
· Course Deviation Indicator (CDI) -- provides a graphical
representation of your vessel's course in a `rolling road' format.
· Sirius weather (North America only) -- overlays historical, live, Selecting a page set and application page
and forecasted weather graphics on a world map.
1. Press and hold the PAGE button until the Select Page Set dialog
· Sirius radio (North America only) -- use your multifunction appears.
display to control a connected Sirius Satellite Radio receiver. 2. Using the trackpad, highlight the required page set.
3. Press the OK button to select the highlighted page set. An
application page from that page set is displayed.
Displaying applications 4. Press the PAGE button repeatedly to toggle between the
available application pages in the page set. Alternatively, use the
The various applications that make up your multifunction display appropriate softkey to select the relevant application page.
are shown in a series of screens known as page sets. There are
4 pre-configured and one empty page set to choose from. Each
page set contains 5 pages. These pages are made up of 1, 2, 3 or Selecting an application window
4 windows combined in various formats. Each window can display
an application: 1. When more than one application is displayed at any one time,
the active application window is highlighted with a red border:
2. Press the ACTIVE button to move the red border to another
window on the screen.
3. Press and hold the ACTIVE button to switch the currently
highlighted window to full-screen mode.
4. Press and hold the ACTIVE button to return the screen to Note: To obtain a MOB position, your multifunction display must
split-window mode. have a GPS position fix.
Emergencies and warnings Cancelling a MOB alarm
You can use your multifunction display to mark the position of a man 1. Press and hold the WPTS/MOB button for four seconds.
overboard (MOB), or to sound an alarm when a particular situation
occurs. Once the MOB alarm is cleared:
An example is when a depth limit is reached, or a specified period of · the chart application motion mode is reset.
time has elapsed.
· the databar mode is reset.
· GOTO and route functions are restored.
If you lose a person or object overboard, you can use the Man Alarms
Overboard (MOB) function to return to the spot.
The MOB function is available at all times on your multifunction Alarms are used to alert you to a situation or hazard requiring your
display, regardless of which application is running. attention.
When an alarm sounds, a message dialog is displayed, explaining
the reason for the alarm.
1. Press the ACKNOWLEDGE softkey.
Activating the man overboard function
1. Press and hold the WPTS/MOB button for three seconds.
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