Raymarine Dsm400 Installation Instructions 87092 2
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DSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 1 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMlocaIdmaxp namebtlpostL dEeE bch aeeDdD acEeE bch CEeE bch aeeDCD KEeE bch F3MHp23DKCTXU xtojeZUPKFA84 and registered HSB RayTech Navigator Sail Pilot SeaTalk and Sportpilot are UK registered trademarks of Raymarine UK Limited Pathfinder and Raymarine are UK registered trademarks of Raymarine Holdings Limited 45STV 60STV AST Autoadapt Auto GST AutoSeastate AutoTrim Bidata GSeries HDFI LifeTag Marine Intelligence Maxiview On Board Raychart Raynav Raypilot RayTalk Raystar ST40 ST60 Seaclutter Smart Route Tridata and Waypoint Navigation are trademarks of Raymarine UK LimitedAll other product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective UK Ltd 2008Document number 870922Date November 2008DSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 2 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMF40T1UV Contents use7EMC of Directive7RoHS installation suppression the of the sounder module12Whats in the the unit13Cable runs14Power cable15System and transducer transducer cables19Custom transducer transducer21DC power input cable22Display to an ESeries to multiple ESeries to a GSeries and servicing and safety the problems and their Thermocline and the website31In the Europe32DSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 3 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PM4 Installation Guidebook Page 4 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PM 5Warning Product equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the Raymarine instructions provided Failure to do so could result in poor product performance personal injury andor damage to your boatWarning High voltageThis equipment contains high voltagesDO NOT remove the covers or access internal components unless instructed to do so within the product handbookNEVER remove the DSM400 cover when power is Power supplyMake sure the boats power supply is set to OFF before starting to install this product Unless stated otherwise only connect or disconnect this equipment with the power supply set to OFFWarning Heavy objectThe DSM400 Digital Sounder Module weighs 27 lbs 1225 kg Ensure that the chosen location for the unit is able to support the weightTake care when lifting or moving the unitWarning Sources of ignitionThis equipment MUST NOT be installed in atmospheres such as an engine roomWarning Transducer cableRemoving the transducer cablesrom the unit while powered ON can cause sparks Only remove a transducer cable after the unit has been powered OFFWarning OperationNEVER operate the sounder with the boat out of the waterNEVER touch the transducer face when the sounder is powered onSWITCH OFF the sounder if divers are likely to be within 25 ft 5 mthe Mounting the unitDue to the weight of the unit it must be mounted using the bolts supplied DO NOT use selftapping screws as these will not support the weightCaution Service and product contains no user serviceable parts DSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 5 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder ModuleDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 6 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PM 7Important Raymarine DSM400 is a black box digital sounder module that provides full function fishfinding and sonar capabilities to Raymarine ESeries and GSeries The intended use for your Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module is for leisure marine boats and workboats not covered by International Maritime Organisation IMOnd Safety of Life at Sea SOLASe RegulationsAll Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the leisure marine marketThe design and manufacture of Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to the appropriate Compatibility EMCstandards but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not plc declare that the DSM400 Digital Sounder Module is in compliance with the essential requirements of EMC Directive 2004108ECThe original Declaration of Conformity certificate may be viewed on the relevant product page at DirectiveThe Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEEDirective requires the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment Whilst the WEEE Directive does not apply to some Raymarine products we support its policy and ask you to be aware of how to dispose of this productThe crossed out wheelie bin symbol illustrated above and found on our products signifies that this product should not be disposed of in general waste or landfill Please contact your local dealer national distributor or Raymarine Technical Services for information on product disposalRoHS Directive This product uses components that comply with the Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances RoHSirective 200295ECDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 7 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMccx0L EF HHEFa aHHEF a FHHEFa a aHHEFa fHHEFa aaHH E D ZQX DY QX MDY QX DY EhD EEadPQXEDYCcbB ECDCCe ia GD ERXDYY EIDEJDEeE j Bhja RyJJE TXYaDRyI IE I c RX8e8c8YEiC a a CC5vKp KE PXaYddbQXdd E PXaYDFFF Fab KKpE Ej eDDEhEiaEja Ej EaDYCTCTZX TX CUX88YTX CTX8Y 63RRR8 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder this handbook the following conventions are usedWarrantyTo register your Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module ownership please take a few minutes to fill out the warranty in the box or visit register onlineIt is important that you register your product to receive full warranty benefits Your unit package includes a barcode label indicating the serial number of the unit You should stick this label to the warranty registration cardTo the best of our knowledge the information in this handbook was correct as it went to press However Raymarine cannot accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions it may contain In addition our policy of continuous product improvement may change specifications without notice As a result Raymarine cannot accept liability for any differences between the product and the handbookThis symbol indicates a hint or tipThis symbol indicates a noteDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 8 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 Chapter 1 chapter deals with the installation of the DSM400 Digital Sounder Module and covers the to the unit are dealt with in System and transducer connections on page1712 EMC installation guidelinesAll Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine design and manufacture conforms to the appropriate Compatibility EMCstandards but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised Although every effort has been taken to ensure that they will perform under all conditions It is important to understand what factors could affect the operation of the equipmentThe guidelines given here describe the conditions for optimum EMC performance but it is recognized that it may not be possible to meet all of these conditions in all situations To ensure the best possible conditions for EMC performance within the constraints imposed by any location always ensure the maximum separation possible between different items of electrical equipmentPlace equipment at least 5ft 15 many equipment transmitting or cables carrying radio signals eg VHF radios cables and antennas In the case of SSB radios the distance should be increased to 7ft 2 mPlace equipment more than 7ft 2 mfrom the path of a radar beam A radar beam can normally be assumed to spread 20 degrees above and below the radiating elementThe equipment is supplied from a separate battery from that used for engine start Voltage drops below 10 V and starter motor transients can cause the equipment to reset This will not damage the EMC installation guidelines refer to page9Planning the installation refer to page12Whats in the box refer to the unit refer to page13Cable runs refer to cables refer to page15DSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 9 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PM10 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder but may cause the loss of some information and may change the operating modeCables are not cut or extended unless doing so is detailed in the installation constraints on the installation prevent any of the above allow the maximum separation possible between different items of electrical equipment This will provide the best conditions for EMC performance for the installation13 Cable suppression ferritesThe DSM400 is supplied with a pack of suppression ferritesThese must be fitted correctly to ensure optimum EMC performance and to comply with applicable EMC regulationsFit the ferrites to the cables supplied as shown cables and cables fitted to the system will also require ferritesUse only ferrites of the correct type supplied by to other equipmentIf Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipmentusing a cable not supplied by Raymarine a Raymarine suppression ferrite MUST always be attached to the cable in a positionnear the Raymarine unitDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 10 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMInstallation 11Cable suppression ferrite pack 2D110461DSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 11 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMR12 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module14 Planning the installing the unit consider the of the sounder moduleCable runsTransducer of the sounder moduleThe unit should be mounted where it will beprotected from physical damage and excessive from prolonged exposure to rain salt spray and direct sunlightwell ventilatedas close to the transducer as possibleWhen choosing a location for the sounder module consider the following points to ensure reliable and trouble free there must be sufficient space below the unit to enable cable connections to the unit avoiding tight the unit should be mounted far enough away from any device that may cause interference such as motors generators and radio See EMC installation guidelines on page9Magnetic compass mount the unit at least 3 ft 1 maway from a magnetic surface the unit must be mounted in an upright position mount the unitin an engine roomon the main consoleon a horizontal surfaceWarning Product equipment must be installed in accordance with the instructions contained in this handbook Failure to do so may result in poor product performance personal injury andor damage to the boatWarning Sources of ignitionThis equipment must NOT be installed or used in atmospheres such as an engine roomWarning Heavy objectThe DSM400 Digital Sounder Module weighs 27 lbs 1225 kgsure that the chosen location for the unit is able to support the weightTake care when lifting or moving the unitCaution Mounting the unitDue to the weight of the unit it must be mounted using the bolts supplied DO NOT use selftapping screws as these will not support the weightDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 12 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 1315 Whats in the boxUnpack the unit and associated components carefully to prevent damage Save the box and packing in case the unit needs to be returned for serviceCheck that all the correct system components are included as shown in the drawing below 16 Installing the unitHaving selected a suitable location install the unit using the supplied hardwareTo install the unit1 Using tape secure the mounting template in the required 2 Drill a 964 pilot hole at each of the eight marked locations on the templateNot all cable glands are supplied fitted to the unit as shown above but will be found loose in the components bagScrewPlain washerSpring washerSelf tapper screwDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 13 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMRRR14 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module3 Fix the mounting bolts into the eight holes4 Place the unit onto the mounting bolts5 Press the module downwards to engage the key slots in the unit6 Tighten the bolts to secure the unit in position17 Cable runs Before installing the system cables consider the following pointsPower transducer and network cables need to be attached to the unitFor fiberglass mountings countersink each of the pilot holes to prevent damage to the gelcoat when driving in the boltsUnit MUST be mounted in an upright positionDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 14 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 15Cables should be adequately secured protected from physical damage and protected from exposure to heatAvoid running cables through bilges or doorways or close to moving or hot objectsAvoid sharp bendsUse a watertight feedthrough wherever a cable passes through an exposed bulkhead or deckheadSecure cables in place using tiewraps or lacing twine Coil any extra cable and tie it out of the wayPower cableThe power cable should be run as a single length of cable from the unit to the boats panelPlease refer to the following table to ensure that the correct gauge of cable is used for the required cable length Transducer cableRaymarine does not recommend extending the transducer cable However if this is unavoidable contact your local dealer for lengthWire The figures assume a constant current of 7A regardless of input voltage2 Cable length is the distance between the power source and the unit3 These wire sizes give a total drop of about 05 V between the power source and the unit achieving a minimum voltage at the unit of 105 V with a fully flat battery at 11VDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 15 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMR16 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder ModuleDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 16 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMSystem and transducer connections This chapter deals with connecting the DSM400 Digital Sounder Module to the system and transducers to the unit and coversThe unit connectors are located at the base of the unit as shown belowUnit connections refer to connections refer to page18Custom transducer configuration refer to speeddepth transducer refer to page21DC power connection refer to the display refer to to a display refer to 2Transducer 1DSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 17 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMR18 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module23 Transducer connectionsThe following diagram shows the layout of the transducer connections within your DSM400 Digital Sounder ModuleWARNING Transducer cableRemoving the transducer cables from the unit while powered ON can cause sparks Only remove a transducer cable after the unit has been powered 1 HIGHTRANSDUCER 2 1Depth bungs supplied with your unitDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 18 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 and transducer connections 19The numbers within the drawing refer to the detailed illustrations within this chapterNote Only one temperature wire should be connected To either the or nondiplexed transducer input as transducer transducer cables contain wires bundled as detailed and should be connected within the sounder module as shown in the following diagramThe overall screen must be connected to the unit earth bolt using the ground spur cable supplied refer to Ground connection on page22If the cable connections for the transducer you are using with your DSM400 do not include an Orange ID wire you will need to configure the sounder unit manually to match the power and frequency of the transducer To do this use one of the four override rotary switches located on the left of the sounder unit printed circuit board PCBTRANSDUCER 1 frequency IDGroundDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 19 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMRR20 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder ModuleIt is important that when you make a manual override to the configuration settings make sure that you match the power and frequency settings exactly or you may damage the transducerThe rotary switches have the following settingsHigh FrequencLow OFF use Orange IDOverride OFF use Orange 1Disconnected use Orange ID cable but channel is use Orange ID cable but channel is KHz 100 W50 KHz 600 W5200 KHz 300 W50 KHz 1 kW6200 KHz 600 W50 KHz 2 kW7200 KHz 1 kW50 KHz 3 kW8200 KHz 2 kW38 KHz 600 W9185 KHz 100 W38 KHz 1 kWA185 KHz 300 W38 KHz 2 kWB185 KHz 600 W38 KHz 3 kWC185 KHz 1 kW28 KHz 600 WD185 KHz 2 kW28 KHz 1 kWEReserved28 KHz 2 kWFReserved28 KHz 3 kWDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 20 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMSystem and transducer connections 21ducerIf you are installing a separate ultrasonic transducer you should connect it to the sounder unit as shown in the following diagram26 DC power connectionYour DSM400 Digital Sounder Module is intended for use on DC power systems rated from 107 V to 32VThe power connection to the sounder unit should be made at either the output of the battery isolator switch or at a DC power distribution panel Power should be fed directly to the sounder unit on a dedicated cable system and protected by a 5 amp thermal circuit breaker or quickblow 10 amp fuse installed in the red positive wire The thermal circuit breaker or fuse should be connected as close to the power connection as possibleThere is no power switch on your sounder unit The unit is powered when the power cord is attached to the boats powerLocate the unit so that the power cord can be accessed and removed easily if necessary If this is not possible Raymarine strongly recommend that an ONOFF switch is installed in the power cord where it can be easily accessedThe DC power connections are shown in the following signalScreen and Power supplyMake sure the boats power supply is set to OFF before starting to install this product Unless stated otherwise only connect or disconnect this equipment with the power supply set to OFFDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 21 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder ModulePower input cableYour DSM400 Digital Sounder Module is designed for use on boats with a negative ground system and is not intended for use on boats with a positive ground systemIt is important that an effective RF ground is connected to the system A single ground point should be used for all equipment You can ground the sounder unit by connecting the drain wire shield of the power input cable to the boats RF ground If you need to extend the wire the extension wire should be an 8 mm braid or AWG 10 multistranded cable If your boat does not have and RF system connect the drain wire to the negative The boats DC power system should be eitherNegative ground with the negative battery terminal connected to the boats ground orFloating with neither battery terminal connected to the boats cableTo ensure an efficient ground for the transducer cables should carry out the following1 Gather the external shield wires from the transducer cablesand twist the free ends together2 Insert these twisted ends into the connector of the ground spur3 Using a suitable tool crimp the twisted ends into the ground spur Battery drain wireNo Installation Guidebook Page 22 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMRSystem and transducer connections 234 Attach the ground spur to the ground screw on the body of the sounder unit28 Display connectionYour DSM400 Digital Sounder Module can be connected to either ESeries or GSeries display units How you configure the sounder module depends on the type of display to which it is going to be connected Full details will be found in the relevant documentation for your for both ESeries and GSeries displays are shown in the following to an ESeries displayDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 23 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMRR24 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder to multiple ESeries to a GSeries for Installation Guidebook Page 24 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 and This chapter deals with maintenance and for the DSM400 Digital Sounder Module and covers the to this equipment requires specialized service procedures and tools only available to qualified service technicians There are no user serviceable parts or adjustments32 MaintenanceEMC servicing and safety equipment should be serviced only by authorized Raymarine service technicians They will ensure that service procedures and replacement parts used will not affect performance Raymarine products do not contain any user serviceable partsSome products generate high voltages Never handle cables or connectors when power is being supplied to the equipment When powered all electrical equipment produces fields These can cause adjacent items of electrical equipment to interact with one another with consequent adverse effects on operation To minimize these effects and enable best possible performance from the equipment guidelines are given in the installation instructions to ensure minimum interaction between different Maintenance refer to the system refer to refer to page28Warnings and errors refer to refer to Raymarine refer to page31WARNING High voltageThis equipment contains high voltages Unless otherwise instructed in this handbook DO NOT remove the covers or access internal Service and product contains no user serviceable parts DSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 25 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Moduleitems of equipment ie ensure optimum Compatibility EMCAlways report any EMC related problem to a Raymarine dealer Such information is used to improve quality standardsIn some instances it may not be possible to prevent the equipment from being affected by external influences In general this will not damage the equipment but can lead to spurious resetting action or may result in momentary faulty checksThe DSM400 Digital Sounder Module is a sealed unit Maintenance is therefore limited to the following periodic checksExamine all of the cables for signs of damage such as chafing cuts or nicksCheck that all cable connectors are firmly the unitThe sounder module is a sealed unit and does not require regular cleaning If it necessary to clean the unit follow these basic the power is set to OFFWipe the module using a damp clothIf necessary use isopropyl alcohol IPAld detergent to remove grease marksCleaning the transducerSea growth can collect quickly on the bottom of the transducer which can reduce its performance in just a few weeks To prevent the buildup of sea growth coat the transducer with a thin layer of paintUse only waterbased antifouling paint or a waterbased paint specifically designed for transducers Apply the paint with a If the transducer becomes fouled or stops working because of sea growth or sand use a stiff brush to clean it The surface can also be sanded with a finegrit wet or dry sandpaper 320 grade or finerl affect the performance of the unit when the boat is moving at higher speedsThe paddle wheel mechanism may become jammed by dirt grit or barnacles Work the contaminant out of the mechanism then clean the unit with soap and water or IPACleaning the hullTake care when cleaning the outside of the hull near the transducer as harsh cleaning solvents such as acetone may damage the Installation Guidebook Page 26 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMMaintenance and 27Using the reset function will return your DSM400 Digital Sounder Unit to its factory default values The reset function also clears any sonar depth offset and speed and temperature calibrations that have been setTo perform a factory reset1 On the display make the Fishfinder window active2 Press Fishfinder SetupDSM SettingsDSM Reset6 The message appears7 To confirm the reset select soft key YES DSM powers OFF and ON the LED will go from blinking green to solid orange 1 sec the System Data Alarm will sound showing that connection to the DSM is lost8 Press the ACKNOWLEDGE soft key After approximately 10 seconds the DSM will reacquire data 9 To complete the reset read the warning and press To cancel the reset eitherBefore pressing YES Step 7 above press NO softkeyor button The screen changes to show the Fishfinder DSM SettingsPress CANCEL three times to return to the fishfinder Installation Guidebook Page 27 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PM28 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Module34 Raymarine products are prior to packing and shipping subject to comprehensive test and quality assurance programs However if the unit develops a fault please refer to the following table to identify the most likely cause and the corrective action required to restore normal operationIf there is still a problem after referring to the table contact your local Raymarine dealer national service agent or Raymarine Technical Services for further advice Always quote the product serial number which can be found on the back of the unitCommon problems and their freezes1 Check that the scroll speed is not set to zero2 Check the transducer cable for damage If damaged the cable and transducer must be replaced as a unitSounder does not display fish1 Fish arches are not displayed if the boat has stopped fitraight line2 Ensure the transducer is within 10 degrees of vertical3 Check that the gain is not set too lowSounder does not see bottom or fish1 Check that the gain is not set too low2 Ensure the transducer is within 10 degrees of vertical3 Check that the transducer face is not covered or fouled If necessary clean the transducer4 Check the voltage from the power source If it is too low it can affect the transmitting power of the sounderSounder displays a lot of background noise1 Check that the gain is not set too high2 Check that the transducer is mounted correctly and is cleanSounder temperature readings are wrongIf necessary adjust the TEMP CALIBRATE parameterSonar display is unreliable at high boat around the transducer may be confusing the unit Check the transducer locationDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 28 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMMaintenance and 2935 DSM400 Thermocline section describes how to troubleshoot incorrect depth readings caused by thermoclines in certain areas of OverviewIn temperature terms oceans can be thought of in different layers a mixed layer and a colder deep layer separated by a thermocline layer where there is an abrupt change in temperature The thermocline attracts additional marine life and small particles of debris reducing the accuracy of fishfinder sonars as shown belowThis problem occurs when fishfinder sonars including the DSM400terpret the thermocline as the bottom of the seabed returning an incorrect depth reading To overcome this problem you must configure the DSM400 to operate in a different frequency range using your Raymarine MultiFunction Display This is described in the following Low and High performing any of the procedures detailed on this page it is important to understand the difference between low and high frequencies The DSM400 features both low and high frequency transducers enabling you to view low or high frequencies or bothe fishfinder display Low frequencies less than 100 Khzscan a wide area and penetrate water well and are suitable for displaying a large area below your boat or in deep water High frequencies 100 to 200 Khzn a narrow area but produce more detail especially at high boat speeds High frequencies are wellsuited to shallow waters up to 1000 feetDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 29 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 25S 6 112 6R0 6CTN15 1CZ1R5655F511C 6 12 1OG 1011R1H151V111 16FN212R1V5 F15 WC1151OM 15 12C6WTW21N1OM Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder Accurate Sonar ReadingsIf you are using the DSM400 at depths of than 100 feet thermoclines are always penetrated correctly by the sonar providing accurate depth readings If you are using the DSM400 at depths greater than 100 feet and displaying low frequencies only1Press the button to open the Range Adjust toolbar2Toggle the softkey to the option3Press 4In the main fishfinder view press the softkey5Using the rotary control adjust the range so that the true sea bottom and the thermocline return are displayed Continue to adjust the range until the thermocline is shifted off the top of the screen while the true bottom remains on the screen The correct depth is then displayed as shown in the following diagramIf you are using the DSM400 at depths greater than 100 feet and displaying high frequencies only the Range Shift function has no impact as the high frequencies mean that it is less likely that a thermocline will be detected as a bottom in any rangeHowever in the event that a thermocline misinterpreted as the bottom you must adjust the fishfinder display to show low frequencies only and then use the Range Shift function to penetrate the thermocline This procedure is described in the steps above If you are using a combination of the low and high frequencies for example using the split display function andor one of the dualfrequency preset modesbe able to see the bottom correctly by rangeshifting the low frequency part of the display If the correct bottom depth is not returned you may need to switch to low frequencies only and then use the Range Shift function to penetrate the thermocline as described above36 Warnings and errorsThe status Light Emitting Diode LEDon the top casing of the sounder module provides information on the status of the sounder module and notifies you of any problems within the unitThe LED blinks the following colorsGreen shows the unit is operating normallyAmber warns of a problem in the unit shows that there is an error in the unitThe number of times the LED blinks is a code which represents the errors or warnings shown in the table below If there are multiple warnings or errors the codes are given in a sequence with a 15 second pause between sequence stringsDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 30 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PM 19B2C1DDD11900 9 O F34I4 O and 31For example if the transducer sense fails and the network is not detected the LED blinks amber once pauses 15 seconds blinks amber twice 05 seconds apart pauses 15 seconds and then repeats the sequence until the problems are resolved or up to 10 minutes elapse37 Contacting RaymarineUsing the websiteFor the latest information on Raymarine products visit the on the region that you are located in and go to the Customer Support page for links toFinding the location of the nearest factory service and authorized dealer for your areaRegister Raymarine handbooks in Adobe Acrobat software the Raymarine solution databaseFind Answers to use the searchable solution database or click Ask Raymarine to submit a question to Raymarine technical support staff A reply will be sent by emailIn the USParts and Raymarine parts and accessories can be obtained from your local authorized Raymarine dealerNo of every 10 AmberSolidDSM has sense not detected NoAmber3High temperature 4Contact RaymarineAmber 6Contact RaymarineRed 1Contact Voltage Raymarine After 30 seconds of no network activity the sounder unit enters Standby mode No sonar pings are emitted and no warnings or errors are output on the Status LED Instead the LED will blink GREEN once every 10 secondsDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 31 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMR32 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder ModuleHowever if you are not able to obtain your requirements from the dealer contact Raymarine Technical Services at16038815200 ext 2333Technical Service is available Monday through Friday 400AM to 600PM Eastern TimePlease have the Raymarine item or part number ready when calling if placing an order If you are not sure which item is appropriate for your unit you should contact the Technical Support Department to verify your SupportFor technical support ext 2444Raymarine Technical Support Specialists are available to answer questions about installing operating and all Raymarine repair and serviceIn the unlikely event that your Raymarine unit should develop a problem please contact your authorized Raymarine dealer for assistance The dealer is best equipped to handle your service requirements and can offer timesaving help in getting the equipment back into normal operationIn the event that repairs cannot be obtained locally product service may also be obtained by returning the unit toProduct Repair Center21 Manchester Product Repair Center is open Monday through Friday 815 AM to 500 PM Eastern Time All products returned to the Repair Center are registered upon receipt Should you wish to enquire about the repair status of the unit contact the Product Repair Center at16038815200 ext 2118Please have the unit serial number ready when you call We will do everything possible to make the repair and return your unit as quickly as contact the authorized dealer in the relevant country as listed on the website at EuropeIn Europe Raymarine support service and accessories may be obtained from your authorized dealer or by plcAnchorage 44 069 3611Fax 44 0 9269 4642Technical Technical Services Department handles enquiries concerning installation operation fault diagnosis and repairTo contact the Technical HelpdeskTel 44 071 4713DSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 32 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMMaintenance and 33Fax 44 0 9266 1228Parts and parts and accessory items are available through your authorized Raymarine dealer Please refer to the lists of component part numbers and optional accessories in the Installation chapter of this handbook and have the numbers ready when speaking with your dealerIf you are uncertain about what item to choose for your Raymarine unit please contact the Customer Services Department prior to placing an orderDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 33 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PM34 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder ModuleDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 34 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PM 35Appendix A conforms to2004108EC x 1207 x 4924155 x 3066 x 125 mmWeight27 lbs 1225 kgEight keyholed mounting tabs mounting boltsMount below decks but not in engine or 24 V DC nominal107 32 V absolute range8 A peak rangeStorage proof enclosureC to 50C to 70C x depth transducer 12 x depth transducer transducerRJ45 SeaTalk HSDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 35 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PM36 Raymarine DSM400 Digital Sounder ModuleOutput powerselected manually or automatically up to 2 KW RMS 185 manually or automatically up to 3 KW 503828 KHzdepending upon connected 38 50 185 200 KHzPulse length 100 sec up 4 msecMaximum transmit rate1580 pulsesmin 50 rangeGainAuto or manualRange scales36 at 10000ft3 km using 2838 KHz transponder of 3 kWRange controlAuto manual range shift dual rangeZoom sizex2 x3 x4 xR User color classicblack classicwhite sunburst greyscale copper night visionScroll 0100Variable range arrival battery deep depth MOB off track fish shallow depth Installation Guidebook Page 36 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PM EF HHEFa aHHEF a FHHEFa a aHHEFa fHHEFa aaHH E D ZQX DY QX MDY QX DY EhD EEadPQXEDYCcbB ECDCCe ia D QXDzzYYFFaHKS XYXY EDEDEeE j Bhja RyE TXYaDRy E I c a a CC5vAp AE PXaYddbQXdd EDYKTX FH FHYYCXddadQX FH Installation Guidebook Page 37 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMDSM400 Installation Guidebook Page 38 Tuesday November 4 2008 453 PMRNTHV YXRU KV1BfJK 2jA GR
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