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Raymarine S1000 AutopilotUser Guide D76 371Welcome to the S1000 AutopilotThis guide explains how to use the S1000If all you want to do is power up and get going thats fineBut if you want to know more about what the S1000 cando this guide will tell youDocument Number 812454Date March 2007Contents1 Getting Started System Components 2 Changing the Controller batteries 2 The S100 Autopilot Controller 3 How do I power the system on 4 Operation modes 4 Using fishing patterns 4 Power saving mode 4 GPS filtering 5 Wireless signal strength 5 Keylock 5 Performance check 52 Using your S1000 How do I use the autopilot 8 How do I automatically steer straight 9 How do I follow a route from my GPS 10 How do I follow a circle pattern 11 How do I follow a zigzag pattern 12 How do I follow a cloverleaf pattern 13 How do I dodge an obstacle 143 Setting up your S1000 How do I change the pattern direction 16 How do I change my boat type 17 How do I adjust the autopilot settings 18 What is Rudder Gain 19 What is Counter Rudder 20 What is Response 21 What is Auto Trim 214 Alarms and S1000 Alarm messages 24 Fault finding 26 Safety alarm 27 questions 27User Guide i General maintenance 28 Dealer Maintenance Procedures 29 Product support 315 Important Information Safety Notices 34 Intended Use 37 Declaration of Conformity 37 EMC Guidelines 37 Handbook Information 38ii Raymarine S1000 Autopilot Getting started D76391User Guide 1System ComponentsThe S1000 system comprises a Course Computer Controller and HydraulicPump Please ensure that these have been installed and using the S1000 Installation Guide Finally check that your systemis receiving a good GPS signal through the NMEA or SeaTalk connection D76401 S1000 Course Hydraulic S100 Computer Pump the Controller batteriesThe S100 Controller is powered by 2 AAAbatteries which are located in the back of the unitEnsure that only good quality alkaline batteriesare used Do not use rechargeable batteriesA small crosshead screwdriver will be required toundo the battery cover screwsRemove the batteries from the unit if you do notintend using it for more than a month D76411Follow the battery manufacturers instructions forproper care and disposal of used batteries2 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotThe S100 Autopilot Controller NAVIGATE PORT Use in PILOT mode to power steer your boat Press and hold for Smart Steer NAVIGATE STARBOARD Use in PILOT mode to power steer your boat Press and hold for Smart Steer PILOT Use to activate the autopilot MODE Press to select required pilot mode STANDBY POWER ON When off press to power on the S100 Use to return to manual control of your boat when in PILOT mode Press and hold to access Pilot Setup D76421User Guide 3How do I power the system onPOWER ONEnsure that the S1000 and GPS is powered on at the vessels breaker On thecontroller press and hold the STANDBY button The handset will beep thedisplay will read STANDBY and youre ready to goWhen you first switch the S1000 on it is normal to experience a delay ofabout 80 seconds while the processor stabilizes This delay also occurswhen you restart following an emergency poweroffWhen trolling at slow speeds the autopilot may take up to 50 seconds toacquire stable GPS signals and engage AUTO this is typical of GPS signalsat this slow speed If you try to engage AUTO during this period the S100will display the message modesThe S100 wireless controller is automatically set to Fishing Mode Do notselect Sail or Power mode as this will cause a loss of fishing patternsA short period of operation in AUTO mode is required before patterns This allows the course computer to stabilise using theincoming GPS information Fishing patterns are only available from AUTOmode not STANDBYPower saving modeIf you are in STANDBY mode autopilot off the handset will off if no button has been pressed for 5 minutes This will help to extendthe battery life4 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotGPS filteringFor optimum performance set GPS device filtering to OFF or WEAK seeyour GPS device documentation for instructions on how to do this If theGPS is a Raymarine device this is done automatically Both transmit andreceive cabling should be connectedNote Not all GPS devices allow filter settings to be signal signal strength 5 levels is shown on the right hand sideof the displayKeylock D76671When using your S100 you can temporarily lock the autopilotkeys to ensure that it is not accidentally operatedHow do I activate the keylockPress and hold the mode button until you see the key symbol and You cannot activate keylock when the autopilot is in control of yourboatHow do I turn off the keylockPress mode followed by the PILOT button A KEYLOCK OFF messagewill be checkThe S1000 is factoryset to work straight out of the box for most purposesWe therefore recommended that you test your S1000 as supplied andadjust the settings only if you feel that performance is not Guide 5 Using your S1000 System D764316 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotHow do I use the autopilotYour S1000 can steer your boat according to one of its preset modesThe modes that are available depend on your boat type Each of theseare explained on the following pagesAs your S1000 uses a COG reading from yourGPS to determine the correct heading you will need to ensure thatyou have travelled at over 3 knots for more than 30 seconds beforeyou activate the modes POWER FISHING AUTO AUTO TRACK TRACK ZIGZAG CIRCLE CLOVER D76442User Guide 7How do I automatically steer straightTo continue on your current heading under autopilot control use theAUTO mode This will steer you in a straight line ahead untilcommanded otherwise AUTO mode can be used in conjunction withSMARTSTEER to give you remote powersteering control of your boat 1 2 3 From any screen Activates autopilot in PILOT AUTO mode 1 Steer your boat onto the desired heading STANDBY Returns the boat to 2 Check that there are no manual steering obstructions 3 Press the PILOT key to activate the autopilot AUTO AUTO mode is also available for selection via D76451 Quick Tip the MODE button8 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotHow do I follow a route from my GPSYour autopilot can follow a route that you have previously set on yourGPS or Chartplotter Ensure that your is sending validSeaTalk or NMEA 0183 data 1 2 3 press repeatedly until From any screen MODE you reach TRACK 1 Press MODE repeatedly until TRACK is displayed PILOT activates autopilot 2 Press PILOT to activate TRACK in TRACK mode mode Press when asked to 3 If a valid route is received the PILOT accept new heading S100 will tell you the direction in which it will turn the boat and the new heading it will On arrival at each waypoint steer to Press PILOT to accept PILOT Press when asked to Note At each waypoint accept new heading confirmation of turn will be required Press PILOT to accept D76461 TRACKUser Guide 9How do I follow a circle patternWhen you select CIRCLE mode your current position is marked as thecenter of the circle pattern Your autopilot will now gently steer yourboat into the circle of the selected size 1 2 3 From any screen press repeatedly until MODE you reach CIRCLE 1 Press MODE repeatedly until CIRCLE is displayed change pattern size 2 Use the PORT and Sml Med or Large STARBOARD keys to change the size S M or L if required activates autopilot PILOT in CIRCLE mode 3 Press the PILOT key to activate the autopilot CIRCLE If your circles are gradually becoming larger increase D76121 Quick Tip the response setting and restart the circle pattern10 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotHow do I follow a zigzag patternWhen you enter ZIGZAG mode the autopilot will use your and heading as the center line of the zigzag The autopilotwill now gently steer your boat into the pattern starting with a turn tostarboard 1 2 3 From any screen press repeatedly until MODE you reach ZIGZAG 1 Press MODE repeatedly until ZIGZAG is displayed change pattern size 2 Use the PORT and Sml Med or Large STARBOARD keys to change the size S M or L if required activates autopilot PILOT in ZIG ZAG mode 3 Press the PILOT key to activate the autopilot ZIGZAG Fishing patterns are designed to work at speeds D76211 Quick Tip up to 15kts Check your speed before startingUser Guide 11How do I follow a cloverleaf patternWhen you enter CLOVERLEAF mode the autopilot will use yourcurrent position as the center point The autopilot will then steer yourboat through a series of starboard turns repeatedly intersecting thestart point 1 2 3 From any screen press repeatedly until MODE you reach CLOVERLEAF 1 Press MODE repeatedly until CLOVERLEAF is displayed change pattern size 2 Use the PORT and Sml Med or Large STARBOARD keys to change the size S M or L if required activates autopilot PILOT in CLOVERLEAF mode 3 Press the PILOT key to activate the autopilot CLOVERLEAF You can change the pattern direction in D76221 Quick Tip PILOT SETUP See section 312 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotHow do I dodge an obstacleEven when the autopilot is activated you are are still able to overrideit If for example you encounter an obstacle or you just wish tochange direction by a few degrees 1 2 3 With the autopilot activated With the autopilot activated 1 A brief press of the PORT or STARBOARD key will make a or 1 course change 1 course change in that Dodge press direction Use this method for course changes up to 20 Large course change or SmartSteer 2 A press and hold of the PORT press and hold or STARBOARD key will execute a controlled turn until returns the boat you release the button STANDBY to manual steering SmartSteer 3 The autopilot will now resume on the new headingDodge SmartSteer 1 Using the PORT and STARBOARD keys when in D76471 Quick Tip AUTO mode allows you to powersteer your boatUser Guide 13 Setting up your S1000 System D7648114 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotHow do I change the pattern directionYou can change the default autopilot pattern direction 1 2 3 1 Press and hold STANDBY for STANDBY Pilot Setup 2 seconds to enter PILOT SETUP mode press and hold 2 Press mode until the display reads PATTERN DIRECTION MODE PATTERN DIRECTION 3 Press the PORT or CLOCKWISE or STARBOARD key to toggle or between CLOCKWISE and ANTICLOCK ANTICLOCK 4 Press STANDBY to leave Pilot STANDBY Normal mode setup and return to normal mode CLOCKWISE PATTERN The default direction is CLOCKWISE The first D76491 Quick Tip turn in any pattern will always be to starboardUser Guide 15How do I change my boat typeIt is possible to change the boat type on the S100 handset Howeveryou should ensure that this setting is always set to Fishing Boat foruse with the S1000 Autopilot 1 2 3 1 Press and hold STANDBY for STANDBY Pilot Setup 2 seconds to enter PILOT SETUP press and hold mode 2 Press mode until the display MODE BOAT TYPE reads BOAT TYPE 3 Press the PORT or POWER STARBOARD key to toggle or SAIL the boat type to FISHING or FISHING 4 Press STANDBY to leave Pilot setup and return to normal STANDBY Normal mode mode FISHING BOAT S1000 Fishing patterns are only available in D76501 Quick Tip FISHING mode16 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotHow do I adjust the autopilot settingsUse the Pilot Parameters screen to fine tune your autopilot Thissection is recommended for experienced users only 1 2 3 1 Press and hold STANDBY for STANDBY Pilot Setup 2 seconds to enter PILOT SETUP mode press and hold 2 Press mode until the display MODE SETUP reads SETUP 3 Press the PILOT key to access PILOT detailed setup menu 4 Press mode to scroll thorugh then the available settings The MODE to scroll through settings current value for each will be displayed alongside or 5 Press the PILOT key to adjust to adjust value the value STANDBY save setting and return to Pilot Setup menu S1000 Settings Rudder Gain Counter Rudder Response Auto Trim Rudder Deadband Details of each setting are given on the following pages D76531User Guide 17What is Rudder GainBoats can vary widely in their response to helm and by adjusting therudder gain you can change the S1000s steering gain is a measure of how much helm the S1000 applies tocorrect course errors higher settings mean more rudder is appliedThis can be set in the range 1 to 9To determine if your rudder gain is appropriate make a 40 turn in AUTOmodeGain is correct when you make a crisp turn followed by an overshoot ofno more than 5Gain is too high when you overshoot the turn by more than 5 andthere is a distinct S in the course AGain is too low when the boats performance is sluggish and it takes along time to make a turn There is also no overshoot B New heading B New heading Rudder gain A too low New Rudder gain heading too high Correct rudder gain You will find it easier to recognize the steering D76541 Quick Tip response in calm sea conditions18 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotWhat is Counter RudderCounter rudder is the amount of rudder your S1000 applies to try toprevent the boat from veering off course Higher counter ruddersettings result in more rudder being applied This can be set in therange 1 to 9To determine if your counter rudder setting is appropriate make a 90 turnin AUTO modeCounter Rudder is correct when you make a a smooth continuousturn with minimal Rudder is too high when the boat fights the turn andmakes a series of short sharp turns resulting in a very mechanical feel asthe boat changes courseCounter Rudder is too low when the boat overshoots the turn New heading B New Counter Rudder heading too low A Counter Rudder New too high heading Correct Counter Rudder You will find it easier to recognize the steering D76551 Quick Tip response in calm sea conditionsUser Guide 19What is ResponseThis sets the S1000 response level setting The response level controls between course keeping accuracy and the amount of helmdrive activity Range is from 1 to 9level 1 minimizes the amount of pilot activity This conserves power butmay compromise shortterm coursekeeping accuracylevels 4 to 6 should give good course keeping with crisp well under normal operating 9 gives the tightest course keeping and greatest rudder activity andpower consumption This can lead to a rough passage in open waters as thepilot may fight the seaWhat is Auto TrimThe AutoTrim setting determines the rate at which the S1000 helm to correct for trim changes caused by varying wind loads onthe default AutoTrim is set during the autolearn processIf you need to change the setting increase the AutoTrim one level at a timeand use the lowest acceptable value decrease the AutoTrim level if the S1000 gives unstable course keeping or producing a long S in the wake increase the AutoTrim level if the S1000 reacts slowly to a heading change and hangs off course20 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotUser Guide 21Alarms and D7656122 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotS1000 Alarm messagesWhen the S1000 detects a fault or failure on the system it will activate oneof the alarm messages listed in the following tableUnless otherwise stated you should respond to the alarm by to clear the alarm and return to manual control before you attemptto resolve the problemIn some situations the S1000 will raise more than one alarm When youhave dealt with the first alarm it will display the next alarmALARM MESSAGE POSSIBLE CAUSE and LIMIT Serious drive failure the drive is taking too much current due to shortcircuit or jamming Check the drive unit and wiringDRIVE STOPPED The autopilot is unable to turn the rudder this occurs if the weather load on helm is too high Check This alarm occurs if you try to activate the pilot before it is ready Your boat must be run at more than 3 knots for longer than 30 seconds before acti vating the pilotLARGE XTE This alarm will sound when you are more than 03nm from your planned track The alarm will also state if you are to PORT or STARBOARD of the trackMOT POW SWAPPED Motor cables are connected to power terminals and power cables are connected to motor termi nals at course computer Turn off power and swap over connectionsNO DATA The autopilot is in Track mode and the autopilot is not receiving SeaTalk navigation data or your GPS is receiving a low strength signal this will clear when the signal improves Note The autopilot stops adjusting the heading as soon as it loses dataUser Guide 23ALARM MESSAGE POSSIBLE CAUSE and SOLUTIONNO GPS COG The S1000 autopilot is not receiving valid COG data from your GPS system Check the connections and that your GPS unit is powered on and setup to transmit COG dataNO GPS FIX Your GPS is receiving a low strength signal this will clear when the signal improvesNO PILOT The controller is not receiving data from the autopi lot Check connections and that the S1000 course computer is switched onOFFCOURSE This alarm sounds if you have been off course from the locked heading for more than 20 seconds It also states if you are to the PORT or STARBOARD of the intended INCOMPLETE The registration of your new handset cannot be completed as the system has detected other hand sets in the vicinity 1 Switch off all other remote handheld units and repeat the registration process 2 If this error persists take your boat to open water with no other vessel within 100 ft and repeat the registration processROUTE COMPLETE This sounds on the completion of a track Press PILOT to continue on the same heading or STANDBY for manual controlSHIPS BATTERY The ships battery voltage has dropped below acceptable limits check the charge state of the bat teryTOO SLOW Your speed has fallen below 1 knot You must be travelling faster for the pilot to operateTOO FAST TO FISH Fishing patterns will only operate at speeds below 15kts Check your speedWAYPOINT ADVANCE You have arrived at a waypoint on your route The autopilot is now requesting permission to turn onto the next leg press PILOT to accept24 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotFault findingAll Raymarine products are designed to provide many years of We also put them through comprehensive testing and procedures before shippingIf a fault occurs with your S1000 use the fault finding tables in this sectionto help identify the problem and provide a solution If you cannot resolve theproblem yourself refer to the product support POSSIBLE CAUSE and is blank No power press standby to power up the S100 or change the not responding Drive the boat for 30 seconds at above 25kts and retry Check autopilot connections Check GPS is switched on and connectedBoat turns slowly and takes a Rudder gain too low Increase gain settinglong time to come onto courseBoat overshoots when turning Rudder gain too high Decrease gain settingonto a new coursePosition information not Navigator not transmitting the correct dataThe pilot will not auto advance No bearing to waypoint information received fromto the next waypoint the powered from Check will not power up Check fusesUser Guide 25Safety alarmWhen activated the Safety alarm will sound 3 times at 1 second intervalsThis occurs when the autopilot is in control of your boat and the S1000 loses contact with all of its controllers including wired controllers OR the S1000 loses GPS signalIn both instances the S1000 will revert to STANDBY and you will need totake the questionsQ Will my autopilot work at very slow speedsThe S1000 uses signals from the GPS network to determine your headingFor most effective operation your boat should be travelling above 3 mph25 kts The autopilot will work at speeds down to 1 kt but operationbelow 25 kts cannot be guaranteed as adverse wind and tide prevailQ I am automatically following a route set on mychartplotter what happens when I arrive at a waypointAs you approach a waypoint on your route your chartplotter will raise analarm to indicate that this is happening A few moments later the S100 willalso alarm This is indicating that the autopilot wishes to make a turn At thispoint press PILOT to accept the turn onto the next leg of the route If youpress PILOT before the autopilot alarms the unit will stop following thetrack revert to AUTO mode and you will continue on the current heading26 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotQ What should I do when the safety alarm soundsThe safety alarm will sound when the pilot switches to STANDBY as a MUST take the helmThe safety alarm will sound when the pilot is in control of your boat and the S1000 loses contact with all of its connected controllers or when the S1000 stops receiving valid GPS checksThe S1000 computer and S100 controller do NOT contain If you remove the main cover you will invalidate the warranty Itshould be serviced only by authorized Raymarine service technicianAs a result user maintenance is limited to the following checks make sure all cable connectors are firmly attached and free of corrosion examine for signs of wear or damage replace any damaged cables replace batteries when the S1000 and S100Take care when cleaning the display Avoid wiping the display screen with adry cloth as this could scratch the screen coating If necessary only use amild detergentNever use chemical or abrasive materials to clean the computer orcontroller If it is dirty wipe it with a clean damp clothUser Guide 27Dealer Maintenance ProceduresThis section includes procedures that have a significant impact on and can affect your boats safety You will not need to followthese procedures in normal operation We therefore recommend that theseare only performed by authorized service the dealer calibration areaFrom STANDBY mode press and hold STANDBY for 2 seconds to enterPILOT SETUP Then press and hold mode for 5 seconds until the screen is presses of mode will cycle through the calibration and Software version numbersUse this screen to display the version and serial numbers for the the and keys to adjust the contrast to a satisfactory levelSelf testPress PILOT to start the unit test sequence and then follow the This will test the display buzzer and button PILOT to display the status of the wireless linkHandset wireless systems demand that each wireless controller isregistered to a basestation in this case a S1000 This registration processis to prevent unauthorized control of your boat by another user nearby YourS1000 system is supplied with the handset preregistered to the S1000There may be instances where you want to move your controller to anotherboat and use it with another system In this case you will need to deregisterfrom the current system and register with the new system You can do thisusing the REGISTRATION function28 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotTo Register a handsetIn the DEALER menu at HANDSET press PILOT REGISTERED REG If the S100 is not registered the will read NOT REGISTERED START Press to start the you can press at any time SEARCHINGto stop the search CANCELWhen the S1000 is found by the and registration iscomplete the display will read REGISTEREDNote For successful registration ensure that all other handheld units onyour boat are turned off If you try to register a new handset with others active you will see a REGISTRATION INCOMPLETE messageTo deregister a handsetIn the DEALER menu at press PILOT DEREG D76741If the S100 is already registered thenthe display will read REGISTERED Press to continue or STANDBY tocancel the operationThe S100 will attempt to communicate with the S1000 and deregisterWhen complete the display will read NOT REGISTEREDIf the S100 cannot communicate with the S1000 then a BASE NOT FOUNDmessage will be displayed It is still possible to deregister the S100 at thispoint by pressing To leave without deregistering press STANDBYFactory ResetThis option will clear all settings from the S100 and the S1000 Press andhold the PILOT key for 2 seconds to activate the resetNote A reset does not alter the registration status of the S100User Guide 29Product products are supported by a worldwide network of Authorized Service If you encounter any this product please contact either your national distributor or the Raymarine Technical Services Call Center Refer to theback cover or for contact detailsBefore you consider returning the autopilot make sure that the powersupply cable is sound and that all connections are tight and free fromcorrosion If the connections are secure refer to the Fault Finding section inthis chapterIf you cannot trace or rectify the fault contact your nearest or Service Center specifyingThe S1000 controller and S1000 computer serial numbers the controller serial number is printed on its rear cover the computer serial number is printed under its connector cover the controller and computer software version numbers30 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotUser Guide 31 Important Safety Information D7659132 Raymarine S1000 NoticesInline power switchShould you need to power off the autopilot quickly use the inline powerswitch Power Off Reset Press Twist D76581Product equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with contained in this handbook Failure to do so could result in poorproduct performance personal injury andor damage to your boatBefore installing the S1000 computer and drive unit check that they are thecorrect voltage for your boats supplyAs correct performance of the boats steering is critical for safety weSTRONGLY RECOMMEND that an Authorized Raymarine fits this productWARNING Electrical SafetyMake sure the power supply is switched off before you makeany electrical CalibrationWe supply this product calibrated to default settings thatshould provide initial stable performance for most boats Toensure optimum performance on your boat you mustcomplete the AutoLearn procedure as described in Chapter 3User Guide 33WARNING Navigation aidAlthough we have designed this product to be accurate andreliable many factors can affect its performance As a resultit should only be used as an aid to navigation and shouldnever replace common sense and navigational maintain a permanent watch so you can respond tosituations as they developWARNING Autopilot controllerIf the wireless controller is your only method of operatingthe autopilot ensure that an inline power switch is fitted tothe autopilot power supply as detailed in the S1000 guideYour S1000 will add a new dimension to your boating enjoyment Howeverit is the skippers responsibility to ensure the safety of the boat at all times byfollowing these basic rules Ensure that someone is present at the helm AT ALL TIMES to take manual control in an emergency Make sure that all members of crew know how to disengage the autopilot Regularly check for other boats and any obstacles to navigation no matter how clear the sea may appear a dangerous situation can develop rapidly Maintain an accurate record of the boats position by using either a navigation aid or visual bearings Maintain a continuous plot of your boats position on a current chart Ensure that the locked autopilot heading will steer the boat clear of all obstacles Make proper allowance for tidal set the autopilot cannot Even when your autopilot is locked onto the desired track using a navigation aid always maintain a log and make regular positional plots Navigation signals can produce significant34 Raymarine S1000 Autopilot errors under some circumstances and the autopilot will not be able to detect these errorsGeneral Care and SafetyDo not leave the controller in places where the temperature could exceed60C 140FDo not attempt to dismantle the S1000 the controller or any of off your S1000 system at a refuelling point even if you are notrefuelling your own vesselThe operation of some medical electronic devices such as hearing aids andpacemakers may be affected if a controller is used next to them Observethe manufacturers for such devicesRadio frequency energyYour S1000 and S100 are both low power radio transmitters and receiversWhen they are turned on they intermittently receive and transmit radiofrequency RF energy radio wavesExposure to radio frequency energyThe S1000 and S100 are designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to RFenergy set by national authorities and international health agencies Theselimits establish permitted levels of radio wave exposure for the An example of a radio frequency exposure guideline andstandard that the S1000 and S100 are designed to conform to isBS EN 503712002 Generic standard to demonstrate the compliance oflowpower electronic and electrical apparatus with the basic to human exposure to fieldsFCC devices comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules Operation is subject tothe following two conditions 1 these devices may not cause harmfulUser Guide 35interference and 2 these devices must accept interference interference that may cause undesired or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved inwriting by Raymarine could violate compliance with FCC rules and void theusers authority to operate the of this product at the end of its useful life should be in accordancewith local Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEE Directive requires the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment Whilst the WEEE Directive does not apply to some of Raymarines products we support its policy and ask you to be aware of how todispose of this productThe crossed out wheelie bin symbol illustrated above and found on ourproduct signifies that this product should not be disposed of in generalwaste or landfillPlease contact your local dealer national distributor or Raymarine for information on product UseThis Raymarine autopilot includes the S100 controller and the S1000autopilot which are intended for use on leisure vessels and small of Raymarine UK Ltd declare that the S1000 and S100 are incompliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisionsof the Directive 19995EC36 Raymarine S1000 AutopilotThe original Declaration of Conformity certificate may be viewed on therelevant product page at GuidelinesAll Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best for use in the recreational marine environment Their design andmanufacture conforms to the appropriate standards but correct installation is required to ensure is not to other equipmentIf your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipment using acable not supplied by Raymarine a suppression ferrite MUST always beattached to the cable near to the Raymarine unitHandbook InformationTo the best of our knowledge the information in this handbook was correctwhen it went to press However Raymarine cannot accept liability for or omissions it may contain In addition our policy ofcontinuous product improvement may change specifications withoutnotice As a result Raymarine cannot accept liability for any the product and the handbook SeaTalk is a Registered Trademark of Raymarine All other trademarks used in this document are acknowledged Copyright Raymarine UK Limited 2004User Guide 37

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