Raymarine E Series Widescr Quick Refece 86137 2
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ESeries DisplayQuick reference guideE90W E120W and E140W modelsSafety notices Adjusting the display brightness Warning Ensure safe navigation 1 Press the POWER button once This product is intended only as an aid to navigation The Backlight Level control is displayed and must never be used in preference to sound 2 Using the rotary control adjust the brightness level as navigational judgment Only official government appropriate charts and notices to mariners contain all the current 3 To switch the color palette between Day very bright and Night information needed for safe navigation and the dark modes select MENU Display Setup Palette captain is responsible for their prudent use It is the users responsibility to use official government charts notices to mariners caution and proper navigational skill when operating this or any other Raymarine Simulator mode product The Simulator mode enables you to practice operating your display without data from a GPS antenna radar scanner AIS unit or the display on The simulator mode is switched onoff in the System Setup Menu You can also adjust the vessel speed in simulator mode This is1 Press and hold the POWER button until the Raymarine logo useful for quickly moving to different areas of the chart for example appears2 Press OK to acknowledge the warning window Note Raymarine recommends that you do NOT use the simulator mode whilst the display off Note The simulator will NOT display any real data including any safety messages such as those received from AIS units1 Press and hold the POWER button until the countdown reaches zero Note Any system settings made whilst in Simulator mode are not transmitted via SeaTalk to other equipment Note If the POWER button is released before the countdown reaches zero the power off is cancelled Enabling the simulator mode 1 Press Menu 2 Select the System Setup menu 3 Select the Simulator item and change its value to On 3Home screen overview Screen item DescriptionThe home screen provides a central point of access to your displays 1 Touch Lock select this icon to lock the of applications preventing accidental use To unlock use the UniControl to deselect the Touch Lock iconIt also provides quick access to your waypoints routes and tracks 2 My Routes My Tracks My Waypoints these iconsPress the HOME button at any time to access the home screen enable you to centrally manage your lists of routes tracksThe home screen consists of a number of application pages each and by an icon Applications can be started by selectingthe relevant page icon 3 Page each icon represents a page A page can display up to 4 applications the MORE softkeys to scroll the home screen and application pages 4 Customize select this icon to configure application pages 1 2 3 4 5 5 More select this softkey to scroll the home screen and access additional application pages Pages Pages are used on your multifunction display to show applications Pages are displayed and accessed on the home screen Each page can display between 1 and 4 applications Any page on the home screen can be customized enabling you to group your applications into different pages each designed for a specific purpose For example you could have a page that includes the chart and fishfinder applications suitable for fishing and another page that includes the chart and data applications which would be suitable for general sailing4 ESeries Widescreen Quick reference Empty page You can add any Controls applications to any empty page 1 2 3 4 5 6 Page featuring a single application 7 8 9 Page featuring multiple applications 11 10You can also define a layout for each page which determines how Screen item Descriptionthe applications are arranged on the screen 1 Touchscreen you can touch the screen to operate many common functions including all softkey and menuChanging an existing page on the home screen operationsWith the home screen displayed 2 Menu accesses the setup menus1 Select the Customize icon 3 Active selects the active application in page layouts2 Select the page icon that you want to change that display more than one application Press and hold the Active button to expand the active application to a3 Select the EDIT PAGE softkey fullscreen view4 Select the appropriate page layout5 Select the applications you want to display on the page 5 Screen item Description Many common functions can be accessed using the touchscreen for example all softkey operations However there are some 4 Chart card slot open the card reader door to insert or functions that cannot be performed using the touchscreen There remove CompactFlash CF cards CF cards are used may also be situations such as rough sea conditions when it is not for additional cartography archiving waypoint route and appropriate to use the touchscreen In these situations Raymarine track data and upgrading system software strongly recommends that you enable the touch lock and use the physical keys to operate your multifunction display 5 Home displays the home screen where you can access all the application pages and your waypoint track and route data 6 WPTSMOB press and release to show the waypoint Touchscreen overview softkeys Press again to place a waypoint at your vessels position Press and hold to place a Man Overboard MOB The touchscreen provides a quick way of performing many common marker at your current position functions Some of the functions you can operate with the touchscreen include 7 Range changes the display scale so that a smaller or larger area can be seen on the screen Accessing applications 8 Data accesses the archive and transfer and databar Adding and editing applications pages options Placing and editing waypoints 9 Cancel press to return to a previous softkey menu or Building routes dialog level Panning the chart display 10 Softkeys press to select the corresponding function identified by the onscreen label Placing and moving the cursor 11 Power press once to switch the unit ON Once the unit Placing and moving VRMs and EBLs is powered on press the Power button again to adjust the brightness and access the scanner power controls Press Note Raymarine strongly recommends that you familiarize and hold to switch the unit OFF yourself with touch operations while your vessel is anchored or moored You may find it helpful to use the simulator mode accessible from Menu System Setup Menu in these overview Note To disable the audible beep that you hear when you touchYour multifunction display features Hybridtouch which enables you the screen go to Menu Display Setup Touch beepto operate the unit using the touchscreen and the physical keys6 ESeries Widescreen Quick referenceBasic touchscreen operations and moving the cursor using touch Chart application provides a 2D or 3D graphical view of your charts to1 Touch the screen at any position on the screen to place the help you navigate Waypoint route and cursor there track functions enable you to navigate to a specific location build and navigate routes or record where youve beenSelecting the active window using touch Upgrade your charts using a page featuring multiple applications displayed chart cards to enjoy higher levels of detail and 3D views1 Tap anywhere inside the application you want to make active Fishfinder application with a suitable A green border appears around the application indicating that it Digital Sounder Module DSM and is active The softkeys will change to display the relevant options transducer you can use the fishfinder for that application application to help you accurately distinguish between different sizes of fish bottom structure and the touchscreen obstacles You can also view sea depthWith the home screen displayed and temperature data and mark points of interest such as fishing spots or wrecks1 Select the Touch Lock icon Radar application with a suitable radar It changes color to indicate that the touchscreen is disabled All scanner you can use the radar application functions are still available using the buttons and softkeys to track targets and measure distances and bearings A number of automatic gain presets and color modes are provided toUnlocking the touchscreen help you get the best performance fromWith the home screen displayed your radar scanner1 Use the UniControl to highlight the Touch Lock icon2 Press the OK button The Touchscreen is enabled 7 Engine application enables you to Weather application North America view information in the form of gauges only With a suitable weather receiver and digital data from up to 3 compatible connected to your multifunction display engines the weather application overlays historical live and forecasted weather graphics on a world map Data application view system and Video application view a video or instrument data on your multifunction camera source on your multifunction display for a range of compatible display With the optional video cable instruments accessory you can switch between 4 video sources and output what you see on your multifunction display to an external display Course Deviation Indicator CDI Tutorial application a slideshow application provides a graphical explaining some of the main features of representation of your vessels course in a your multifunction display rolling road format along with navigation data Sirius audio application North America only Use your multifunction display to control a connected Sirius Satellite Radio receiver8 ESeries Widescreen Quick overview Screen item Description 4 Edit dialogs enable data to be edited or entered into a 1 2 3 4 5 6 list for example editing a waypoint 5 Popup messages alert you to a situation such as an alarm or unavailable function Popup messages may require a response from you for example press the ACKNOWLEDGE softkey to silence alarms 6 Softkeys used to select frequentlyused options Alarms Alarms alert you to a situation or hazard requiring your attention You can set up alarms to alert you to certain conditions such as collision warnings and temperature limits Alarms are raised by system functions and also external equipment connected to your multifunction display When an alarm sounds a message dialog is displayed on your multifunction display and any networked displays The dialogScreen item Description explains the reason for the alarm1 Databar provides information about your vessel and You can configure the behaviour of the following system and its environment The position and type of information in application alarms using the Alarms Setup Menu the databar can be customized if required The databar System alarms also displays the status icons which confirm the status of equipment including GPS AIS Navigation alarms radar and autopilot units Radar alarms2 Status bar provides information specific to each application This information cannot be edited or moved Fishfinder alarms3 List dialogs include information you have added to AIS alarms your multifunction display such as waypoints 9Cancelling alarms The normal chart application is reset to the same settings that it had before the MOB alarm was raised1 Press the ACKNOWLEDGE softkey Note To obtain a MOB position your multifunction display must have a GPS position fixMan overboardIf you lose a person or object overboard you can use the Man Cancelling a MOB alarmOverboard MOB function to mark the position 1 Press and hold the WPTSMOB button for four secondsThe MOB function is available at all times regardless of which Once the MOB alarm is is runningWhen MOB is activated an alert message appears onscreen and the chart application motion mode is resetan emergency waypoint is created A bearing to the waypoint is the databar mode is resetalso provided The alert and emergency waypoint also appear onany networked displays at the same time GOTO and route functions are the man overboard function1 Press and hold the WPTSMOB button for 3 seconds10 ESeries Widescreen Quick
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