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TritonOperator Navico is continuously improving this product we retain theright to make changes to the product at any time which may not bereflected in this version of the manual Please contact your if you require any further assistanceIt is the owner200s sole responsibility to install and use the equipmentin a manner that will not cause accidents personal injury orproperty damage The user of this product is solely responsible forobserving safe boating HOLDING AS AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES BRANCHES ANDAFFILIATES DISCLAIM ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCTIN A WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS DAMAGE OR THAT MAYVIOLATE THE LAWGoverning Language This statement any instruction manuals userguides and other information relating to the language Translationany Translation of the Documentation the English language versionof the Documentation will be the official version of manual represents the product as at the time of printingNavico Holding AS and its subsidiaries branches and the right to make changes to specifications without and NMEA 2000201 are registered trademarks of the NationalMarine Electronics 202 2016 Navico Holding ASWarrantyThe warranty card is supplied as a separate documentIn case of any queries refer to the brand website of your display orsystem Triton2 Operator statementsThis equipment complies with203CE under EMC directive 201430EU203The requirements of level 2 devices of the Radio relevant Declaration of conformity is available in the at the following website this manualThis manual is a reference guide for operating the Triton2 Itassumes that all equipment is installed and configured and that thesystem is ready to useThe manual assumes that the user has basic knowledge ofnavigation nautical terminology and text that requires special attention from the reader isemphasized as followsNote Used to draw the reader200s attention to a comment orsome important information Warning Used when it is necessary to warnpersonnel that they should proceed carefully toprevent risk of injury andor damage to versionThis manual is written for software version 10 The manual iscontinually updated to match new software releases The manual version can be downloaded Triton2 Operator panel and keys9Basic the unit on and off9Operating the menu setup11Display a data page13Man Over Board a scrolling pages and template data pages27Missing or faulty data28Race timer and Trip log28Race timer29Trip log31AIS31The AIS page31AIS target a target32AIS page display target messages34AIS SART34Vessel alarms36AIS operation with the autopilot modes47Using the autopilot in an EVC the the alarm system and the alarm siren58Alarm history59Alarm limits on analog setup60Remote the display unit75Checking the update78Menu flow chart78Page drawing84Terms and data86NMEA 2000 PGN transmit86NMEA 2000 PGN Triton2 is a networked multifunction instrument The displayshows data measured by sensors and other equipment connectedto the systemThe unit calculates speed wind trip distance and time averagespeed set and drift A race timer is also includedIf a compatible autopilot computer is connected to the network theTriton2 will also display autopilot statusThe autopilot can be controlled by the optional Triton2 The Triton2 can then be used as the autopilot display andfull autopilot functionality will be following documentation is available for the Triton2 Operator manual Quick guide Pilot controller User Guide Installation guide Mounting template Autopilot controller Mounting Installation manual Autopilot computer Commissioning Installation manual The last digit in the part numbers is the code The latest version of all documents can bedownloaded from the product website on wwwbandgcom1 Introduction Triton2 Operator manual7Front panel and keys1Pages keyWith no menu active203Press to scroll through the enabled data pages203Press and hold to display a list of enabled pages fromwhere you can select directly the page to displayMenu and dialog operation Press to return to previousmenu level or to exit a dialog2Arrow keysPress to move up and down in menus and dialogsPress to adjust a value3Enter keyPress to select a menu option and to enter the next menulevelPress to a menudialog keyPress once to display the page to display the Settings menuPress and hold to display the Display setup dialog fromwhere you can adjust the display Triton2 Operator the unit on and offThe unit has no power key and it will be running as long as power isconnected to the NMEA 2000 network backboneFirst time startupWhen the unit is started for the first time and after a factory resetthe unit displays a setup wizard Respond to the setup wizardprompts to select some fundamental setup options These settingscan later be changed and further configuration made as describedin Software setup on page 60Sleep modeIn Sleep mode the backlight for screen and keys are turned off tosave power The system continues to run in the backgroundYou select Sleep mode from the Display setup dialog activated bypressing and holding the MENU key Switch from Sleep mode tonormal operation by a short press on the MENU keyOperating the menu systemAll functions and settings in the unit are available from the menusystem activated by pressing the MENU key from any pageNot all pages have a page specific menu but all page menus giveaccess to the Race timer and to the Settings menuYou can also access the Settings menu by doublepressing theMENU keyPage menuSettings menu2 Basic operation Triton2 Operator manual9The left digit starts flashingWhen the Backlight level field is active subsequent presses 3730 841 C8530 IEA86410 17CJQXfmt 06BHOVcjqx 4FMSZagnu 8rt7C0EtN JJSi1RPi1bg JJSTnlz JJS7 1xQOLLIa6539 1XK888O 2ZOMLLLLd C9ONLd 2ZOMLL6d GEPB 2BuOJQoKDRmf AALyT display when engaged Switches automatically to theAutopilot page when the autopilot is switched to an automaticmode When the autopilot is switched to Standby mode thedisplay switches back to the previous page This behaviour doesnot require that an Autopilot page is selected as one of the 8enabled data pagesThe Display mode dialog has the following additional options203Show MOB Switches automatically to the MOB page if a ManOver Board event is triggered from another system on thenetwork Refer to Man Over Board MOB on page 13203Show autopilot advanced settings Displays all available Refer to Sailing H5000 on page 50Selecting a data pageThe Triton2 includes 16 predefined data pages but only 8 of thesecan be enabledFor detailed information about pages refer to Pages on page 15Two options are available for selecting an enabled selecting a pagesFor automatic page scrolling refer to Automatic scrolling pages on page15Directly selecting a pagePress and hold the Pages key to display a list of enabled pages then203use the arrow keys to select the page you want to your selection by pressing the Enter keyIf you don204t confirm your selection the menu will timeout and thehighlighted page will be displayed after 3 through enabled data pagesPress the Pages key to scroll through the enabled data pages12Basic operation Triton2 Operator manualMan Over Board MOBNote MOB and AISSART will only work with a Display MFDIf a Man Over Board event is triggered from another system on thenetwork the instrument automatically switches to the MOB pageThis function can be from the Display setupdialog Refer to Display mode on page 11The MOB page shows the position the range and the bearing of theMOB at the position the MOB function was activated If the manover board event is activated via an AISSART the MOB position isupdated via the AISSART signalNote If you have an H5000 CPU on the network the CPU willperform dead reckoning calculations to provide the of the man over board This estimated position will bedisplayed as a triangle symbolReceived MOB and estimated MOB positionsBasic operation Triton2 Operator manual13The system continues to display navigational information towardsthe MOB waypoint until you cancel the navigation from the menu14Basic operation Triton2 Operator manualPagesThe Triton2 includes 16 predefined data pagesIn addition to these pages there are 13 template pages that can beused for creating user defined pagesYou can have up to 8 pages enabled in the unit These can be anycombination of predefined pages and user defined a pageTo make a page available via the Page key you need to ensure it hasbeen selected as one of the eight enabled pagesAutomatic scrolling pagesYou can select to let the system automatically scroll through allenabled pages at a defined time intervalYou set the time interval and start the automatic scrolling functionfrom the Pages menu3 Pages Triton2 Operator 1369ADFHJy 1479BDt 2468o 13568j pages and template pagesTemplate pagesAutopilot statusFull GridHighway2x2 Grid OffsetWind plot3x3 GridTide1 3 Digital bottomWeather1 6 DigitalDepth history1 3 Digital sideBasic Speed Depth1 4 DigitalBasic Wind angle SpeedSingle 3Composite windComposite Wind 3AISSailSteer Time plotDual Time plot16Pages Triton2 Operator status pageAutopilot status Refer to Autopilot on page 38SailSteer pageCore Sailing data displaying all key data relative to the yacht204s bowfor easy wind 2Bearing to current waypoint 3COG Course Over Ground4Vessel heading5Tide rate and relative direction 6Port redgreen7TWA True Wind Angledownwind Blue if off target by 10205 or more or on a free legThe indicator will fade from blue to green the closer you getto the exact anglePages Triton2 Operator manual17Polar Takes the target wind angle from the active polar tableActual Takes the instantaneous wind angleManual Used for manually entering the upwind andHighway pageNavigation information including a 3D view of the boat position onthe trackLaylines pageNote The Laylines page is only available when an H5000 CPU isconnected to the systemLaylines to markwaypoint with limitsThe following options are available from the menu for configuringthe pagePages Triton2 Operator manual19Tidal flow the tidal flow and offsets the laylines gridShows a grid with each square representing one boat lengthTarget wind angleTrue wind angle is used in the layline calculations There are 3options Takes the target wind angle from your polar table in theH5000 CPU203Actual Takes the current value of target wind angle203Manual Allows for manually entering upwind and limitsWhen selected will show a shaded area indicating the minimumand maximum tackgybe time period either side of the layline Thiscan be set to 5 10 15 30 minute incrementsWind PlotTrue wind direction TWDTWSgraph over a specified Triton2 Operator manualThe Wind histogram time period can be set to show 5 10 30 or a 60minutes historyYou change the period from the menu or by using the arrow keysTide pageTidal information shown relative to the yacht204s bowWeather pageWeather data shown graphically along with environmental data foreasy barometer time period can be set to show from 3 hours until 48hours history You change the period from the menu or by usingthe arrow keysPages Triton2 Operator manual21Depth history pageCurrent depth and histogram of recorded depth dataThe Depth histogram time period can be set to show 5 10 30 or 60minutes historyYou change the period from the menu or by using the arrow keysSpeedDepth pageBasic speed and depth Speed field includes an Triton2 Operator manualWind Angle speed pageApparent angle and true wind speedThe wind angle indicator 1tack The true wind speed field includes a Beaufort scale indicator2GPS pageGPS and navigation information If not navigating the show dashesPages Triton2 Operator WindEasy visualization of wind wind angle indicator 12AIS pageShowing AIS targets within selected range Refer to AIS on data including an easy visualization of Triton2 Operator manualSingle time plotEasy visualization showing current and historical data plotted over aspecified time scaleYou can change data and time period from the menuThe time period can also be adjusted by using the arrow keysDual time plotEasy visualization showing current and historical data plotted over aspecified time scaleYou can change data and time period for each of the time plotsfrom the data pagesReplacing a pageAny enabled page can be replaced with one of the pages or by a template page if you want to create acustom pagePages Triton2 Operator a custom pageA custom page is created in a two steps one of the active pages with a template page data for the template page204s fieldsNote If the template page has multiple data fields you use thearrow keys to select active fieldYou can later change the data for any fields in a custom pageChanging the range scale on analog pagesYou can change the range scale for some full screen analog pagesby pressing the arrow keysNote If the actual recorded data is greater than the selectedanalog scale the analog needle will remain at the highest pointon the scale The digital window in the center of the display willshow the actual value26Pages Triton2 Operator manual 17CIOVcipv 05AGMSYflsy 16AGMSYdjpuz 49DIOUZekpuz 16FKQVafkpuy 38BHMRWafjotx 15DINRWaeinruy 37EINRWdgkoru 048EINRVZaehkn 1468134679 023 NJGD97543210 0234 147CHLQUZdinsx 26CHLQUZbeilp 4CgrtNNZ6 JVFCTrp0GjL JP9rhtN 4Cg ONP Sqo5Dgp1 rDNLJ1 GSeodRVlmF DySV1 or faulty dataIf a data type is missing or if the data is out of scale there will be nodata reading on the displayThe example shows the basic DepthSpeed page with missingspeed Triton2 Operator timer and Trip logThe Race timer and the Trip log are available from the timer and Trip log are temporary pages and you these views as one of the user defined pagesThe Race timer and the Trip log remains on the screen until youpress the Pages keyRace timerThe race timer can be used to countdown to zero from a specifiedtime ideal for counting down to a race start It can also be used tocount up from zero to record the elapsed timeNote The race timer is by default shared between all displayson the network All timer values are the Race timer is running you can stop and you cansynchronize the timer up or down to the nearest full minuteany page menu activated by pressing the MENU keyWhen the Race timer is stopped the following options are availablefrom the page menu4 28Race timer and Trip log Triton2 Operator the Race timer If the timer was stopped and not reset thetimer will continue counting from the time it had when it the Race timer to the start valueRolling timerRestarts the countdown timer every time it reaches zero It willcontinue to do this until the timer is stopped or until this option start tripEnables the Trip log to record time and mileage from the momentthe countdown timer begins counting up from zeroSet start valueTo count down to a race start a time value can be set in the Set startvalue fieldWhen a time is present in the start value field the Race timer willbegin to count down from that number when the timer is startedOnce the time reaches zero it will begin counting up recording theelapsed timeTrip logThere are three log options availableRace timer and Trip log Triton2 Operator manual29 851 852 A9630 EB742 KGD76321 ungZSLF94 02f 203Trip 1 records distance traveled through the water Log input203Trip 2 records distance traveled via GPS input203Log shows total distance run from system installation or from asystem restoreNote Trip 1 requires correctly calibrated boat speed foraccurate trip recordsTrip 2 requires a compatible GPS connected to the networkYou start stop and reset the active Trip log from the menuactivated by pressing the MENU key30Race timer and Trip log Triton2 Operator manualAISIf a compatible AIS system or an NMEA 2000 VHF that can do AISAutomatic Identification Systemany targets detected by these devices can be displayed on the AISpage You can also see messages and position from SARTs andAtoNs within the defined rangeThe AIS pageThe AIS page shows203own vessel in the center of the page203AIS targets within set range203AIS mode ATransmitting modeSilent or receive only mode203number of displayed icons versus total number of targets B203distance between range rings C203selected range DAIS target symbolsThe system uses the AIS target symbols shown belowSleeping AIS target not moving or at anchorMoving and safe AIS target with course extension lineDangerous AIS target illustrated with bold lineA target is defined as dangerous based on the CPA andTCPA settings Refer to Defining dangerous vessels on page36Lost AIS targetWhen no signals have been received within a timelimit a target is defined as lostThe target symbol represents the last valid position ofthe target before the reception of data was lost5 AIS Triton2 Operator AIS target activated by selecting a target returns to the default target symbol whenthe cursor is removed from the symbolAIS SART AIS Search And Rescue a targetYou use the arrow keys to select individual AIS targets on the AISpage When selected the target symbol change to a selected AIStarget symbolAIS page display optionsThe following options are available for displaying the AIS the display range on the AIS page Selected range isindicated in the lower right corner of the AIS pageIcon filtersBy default all targets within the selected range are shown on theAIS page You can select to hide safe AIS vessels and to not showtargets based on vessel speedExtension linesDefines the length of course over ground and heading extensionlines for your own vessel and for other vesselsThe length of the extension lines is set to indicate the distance thevessel will move in the selected time periodYour own vessel heading information is read from the activeheading sensor and COG information is received from the activeGPS For other vessels COG data is included in the message receivedfrom the AIS system32AIS Triton2 Operator target information for a single targetWhen a target is selected you press the Enter key to display about the selected targetTarget listThe Target list displays basic information for all received AIS targetsBy pressing the MENU key you can sort the target list by thedifferent information You can also select to include all targets oronly dangerous targets in the listAIS a messageA message received from an AIS vessel will immediately bedisplayed on any page if the Vessel message is turned on in theAlarm settings dialog Refer to Vessel alarms on page 34List of all AIS messagesAll received messages are listed in the Message listing activated bypressing the MENU key when the AIS page is a message and press the MENU key to display the Triton2 Operator 13568j 9Nmsb98r5lpgH7 4PLh8d W 6uROLd XR4PG9rDCd 8DaTLLAd 89ZOMLLLLL6d Jk4 JJSi1MlD9irnu7 JJStN 89W9OL6d 9rDNL6e an AIS vesselIf the system includes a VHF radio supporting DSC Digital from the Triton2From the Call dialog you can change channel or cancel the call TheCall dialog is closed when the connection is establishedAIS SARTWhen an AIS SART Search and Rescue its position and identification data This data is receivedby your AIS deviceIf your AIS receiver is not compliant with AIS SART it interprets thereceived AIS SART data as a signal from a standard AIS transmitterAn icon is positioned on the AIS page but this icon is an AIS vesselicon If your AIS receiver is compliant with AIS SART the followingtakes place when AIS SART data is received203An AIS SART icon is located on the page in the position receivedfrom the AIS SART203An alarm message is displayed if you have enabled the siren thealarm message is followed by an audible alarmNote The icon is green if the received AIS SART data is a testand not an active messageVessel alarmsYou can define several alarms to alert you if a target shows upwithin predefined range limits or if a previously identified target islostThe alarms are activated from the Alarm Settings dialog34AIS Triton2 Operator ACKafxsvjWA T5lxohGmnNl JRlhGmOPGmO JAdRL JVdPAO JVdPAO PIZoUO mRPOOOOG57 more information about alarms refer to Alarms on page 57Dangerous vesselControls whether an alarm will be activated when a vessel comescloser than the distance for CPA within the time limit for TCPA Referto Defining dangerous vessels on page 36AIS vessel lostSets the range for lost vessels If a vessel is lost within the set rangean alarm occursNote The check box controls whether the alarm popup box isdisplayed and if the siren goes on The CPA and TCPA definewhen a vessel is dangerous regardless of the enabled ordisabled stateVessel whether an alarm will be activated when a message isreceived from an AIS targetAIS Triton2 Operator 13568j 12f 158AFKQVbiou 049BFLRXdjpv 259CINTZflrx 26EJPUagmsy 26FKQVbhntz 38BGLRXciouz dangerous vesselsYou can define an invisible guard zone around your vessel When atarget comes within the set limits the symbol changes to theDangerous target symbol An alarm is triggered if activated in theAlarm settings panelSpeed and course indicationThe extension line can be used to indicate speed and course fortargets either as absolute trueAIS icon the orientation of the AIS icon either based on heading or Triton2 Operator 13568j da0dRNWEXtK mo1 JJS76tO JJS7xU7 JbxRL OJcPY8 70hELLLyp1I OH0P0FML8bW 8uRNJIA C9ONLL6d FGG0EtNnt70EtN 9XqAdOTxXkGO Pq1AY5lm1 Jk4 YYZ111OPOIII vessel200s MMSI numberUsed for entering your own MMSI Maritime Mobile Service Identitynumber into the system You need to have this number entered toreceive addressed messages from AIS and DSC vesselsAIS Triton2 Operator a compatible autopilot computer is connected to the functionality is available in the systemThe system does not allow for more than one autopilot computeron the networkThe display unit automatically detects the autopilot on the network and presents settings configuration anduser options for the connected computerFor details about installing and configuring an autopilot computerrefer to the separate manuals that come with the operation with the autopilot Warning An autopilot is a useful navigational aidbut DOES NOT replace a human navigator Warning Ensure the autopilot has been commissioned and calibrated before useNote You can disengage the autopilot at any time by pressingthe STBY key on the Triton2 Pilot controllerDo not use automatic steering when203In heavy traffic areas or in narrow waters203In poor visibility or extreme sea in areas where use of an autopilot is prohibited by lawWhen using an autopilot203Do not leave the helm not place any magnetic material or equipment near theheading sensor used by the autopilot at regular intervals the course and position of the switch to Standby mode and reduce speed in due time toavoid hazardous situations6 38Autopilot Triton2 Operator controllerThe autopilot is controlled by the Triton2 Pilot controller1LED Mode and alarm indicator2Port and starboard keysIn Standby mode press to activate Non Follow Up modeNFUIn AUTO mode203Press a key to change set heading 1206 or 10206 to port boat type set to SAIL Press and hold both port keys orboth starboard keys to start a tackgybeIn NoDrift mode203Press a key to change set heading 1206 or 10206 to port orstarboardIn Wind mode203Press to change set wind angle 1206 or 10206 to port both 1206 keys to start a tackgybe3AUTO keyPress to activate AUTO mode4MODE keyNote Only used when the autopilot is in AUTO orNoDrift modePress once to select mode203For boat type set to SAIL activates Wind mode A203For other boat type settings activates NoDrift mode BPress and hold to activate NAV mode C5STBY keyPress to activate Standby modeAutopilot Triton2 Operator and alarm indicationThe LED in the Autopilot controller indicates active mode and alarmby the mode solid light203Wind mode flashing 80 on 20 off203NAV mode flashing 40 on 60 off203Alarm on the network rapid flashingThe LED is green in Day mode and red in Night modeNote There is no LED indication for NoDrift and autopilot pageThe content of the autopilot page varies with active mode Allmodes indicator analog and digital B203Autopilot mode indication C203Rudder indicator analog and digital DFor more information refer to the separate mode descriptions andto the Terms and abbreviations on page 84Autopilot modes The autopilot has several steering modes The number of modesand features within the mode depend on the autopilot computerthe boat type and available inputs as explained in the description ofthe following steering Triton2 Operator manualStandby modeStandby mode is used when you steer the boat at the helm203Switch to Standby mode by pressing the STBY keyNote If you press one of the port or starboard keys while inStandby mode the autopilot will switch to NonFollow Up NFUIn NFU mode you can use the port and starboard keys on thecontroller to operate the rudder The rudder will move as long asthe key is to NFU mode by pressing one of the port or starboardkeys when the autopilot is in Standby modeAUTO mode Heading holdIn AUTO mode the autopilot issues rudder commands required tosteer the vessel automatically on a set heading In this mode theautopilot does not compensate for any drifting caused by currentandor wind A203Switch to AUTO mode by pressing the AUTO key When themode is activated the autopilot selects the current boat headingas the set set heading in AUTO modeYou adjust the set heading by using the port or starboard keysAutopilot Triton2 Operator turn is started immediately to the direction selected by and Gybing in Wind modeTacking and Gybing in Wind mode can be performed when sailingwith apparent or true wind as the reference In either case the truewind angle must be less than 90 degrees tacking120206 gybingThe tackinggybing operation will mirror the set wind angle on theopposite tackThe rate of turn during the tackgybe is set by the Tack time in menu Refer to Autopilot settings on page 47203Initiate the Tack or Gybe function by pressing both the port andthe starboard 1206 keys on the autopilot the tackgybe in the dialog by pressing the AUTO keyon the autopilot controller or the Enter key on the Triton2Note The autopilot will temporarily add a 5 degree bearawayon the new tack to allow the boat to pick up speed After ashort period the wind angle will return to the set angleNote If the TackGybe is not confirmed the dialog will closeafter 10 seconds and the requested tackgybe will not modeNote NoDrift mode is not available if the boat type is set toSAILIt is not possible to select NoDrift mode if position and is missingIn NoDrift mode the vessel is steered along a calculated track linefrom present position and in a direction set by the user If the Triton2 Operator autopilot will draw an invisible track line based on current9876543 modeNote NAV mode requires a compatible chartplotter connectedto the networkIt is not possible to select NAV mode if heading information ismissing or if steering information is not received from theexternal chartplotter Warning NAV mode should only be used in openwaters Navigation mode must not be used whilesailing as course changes may result in or gybesIn NAV mode the autopilot uses steering information from anexternal chartplotter to direct the vessel to one specific or through a series of waypointsIn NAV mode the autopilot204s heading sensor is used as headingsource for course keeping Speed information is taken from SOG orfrom selected speed sensor The steering information received fromthe external chartplotter alters the set course to direct the vessel tothe destination waypointTo obtain satisfactory navigation steering the autopilot systemmust have valid input from the chartplotter Autosteering must betested and determined satisfactory prior to entering NAV modeNote If the chartplotter does not transmit a message withbearing to next waypoint the autopilot will steer using CrossTrack Error XTEmode at each waypoint and manually change set course toequal bearing to next waypoint and then select NAV modeagainPrior to entering NAV mode the autopilot system should beoperating in AUTO mode The chartplotter must be navigating aroute or towards a NAV mode by pressing and holding the MODE key for 3seconds when the autopilot is in AUTO mode203Confirm to switch to NAV mode in the dialog by pressing theAUTO key on the autopilot controller or the Enter key on Triton2 Operator in NAV modeWhen your vessel reaches a waypoint the autopilot will give anaudible warning and display a dialog with the new is a user defined limit for the allowed automatic coursechange to next waypoint in a route If the course change is morethan this set limit you are prompted to verify that the upcomingcourse change is the required course change to the next waypoint is less thanthe course change limit the autopilot will automatically changethe course The dialog will disappear after 8 seconds unlesscleared by the Pages key203If the required course change to next waypoint is more than theset limit you are prompted to verify that the upcoming coursechange is acceptable If the turn is not accepted the vessel willcontinue with the current set headingCourse change less than set limitCourse change larger than set limitThe course change limit setting depends on the Fixed value Triton2 Operator Course chg confirm angle refer to Steering NAC2NAC3 on page 51203AC12N42N and SG05 Navigation change limit refer toAutomatic steering AC12NAC42N on page 55Using the autopilot in an EVC systemWhen the Triton2 is connected to an EVC system via the SG05 youcan take manual control of the steering regardless of the mode indicator is replaced by a dash to indicate EVC overrideThe system returns to Triton2 control in Standby mode if no ruddercommand is given from the EVC system within a predefined alarmsYou can define several alarms to alert you if the autopilot system orautopilot sensors are failingThe alarms are activated from the Alarm Settings dialogFor more information about alarms refer to Alarms on page 57Autopilot settingsThe autopilot settings can be split between settings done by theuser and settings done during installation and commissioning ofthe autopilot system203User settings can be changed for various operational conditionsor user Triton2 Operator 13568j 12f 158AFKQVbiou 049BFLRXdjpv 259CINTZflrx 26EJPUagmsy 26FKQVbhntz 38BGLRXciouz settings are defined during commissioning of theautopilot system No changes should later be done to user settings and installation settings depends on whichautopilot computer that is connected to the systemThe following sections describe the settings that can be changed bythe user The settings are described per autopilot settings are available in the documentation followingthe autopilot computersH5000 Autopilot H5000The Performance controls the response of the autopilot steeringThere are five levels of performance modes203Level one consumes the least amount of power when steeringthe autopilot and offers the slowest five consumes the most power and has the performance mode is indicated in the top left corner of theautopilot pageSteering H5000This option allows for manually changing parameters that were setduring the commissioning of the autopilot computer For moredetails of the settings refer to the separate documentation for theautopilot Triton2 Operator manualOff The autopilot will always remain in the response modeEconomy The autopilot will need to sense large The autopilot will need to sense moderateSport The autopilot will be most sensitive to The autopilot is most sensitive to sudden courseMedium The autopilot is configured to the medium valueWide The autopilot is least sensitive to sudden course min Minimum True Wind Angle that gust and True WindTWA max Maximum True Wind Angle that gust and True WindBear away max Maximum angle the vessel will bear awayCruising speed The preferred cruising speed for this vesselRudder limit Determines the maximum rudder movement inOff course Defines the limit for the off course Min Minimum gust in knots before gust compensation isResponse rate Adjust how aggressively the autopilot will reactTWA response Controls the size of the window in which gustResponse rate Set the rate of TWS response 1 rate Set the rate of heel compensation 1 slowestTurn rate The rate the vessel is turning in degrees per minuteRudder gain Ratio between the heading error and theCounter rudder Counteracts the effect of the vessel turn rateAutotrim When the vessel has a constant heading error due toInit rudder Defines how the system moves the rudder whenRudder limit Determines the maximum rudder movement inOff heading limit Sets the limit for the off heading alarm AnTrack response Defines how fast the autopilot shall respondTrack approach angle Defines the angle used when the vesselCourse change confirm angle Defines the limits for Wind response is used on the Wind value if the difference between the set windangle and the actual wind angle is too big203Decrease the Wind value if the actual wind angle is Sing aroundthe set wind angle or if the rudder activity is too highThe performance mode is indicated in the top left corner of theautopilot page203HIA High response mode set Low response mode set High response mode set manually203LOM Low response mode set manuallyNote If no speed input is available the autopilot defaults to LOsteering parameters when engaging an automatic mode This isa safety feature to prevent state filter AC12NAC42NThis filter is used to reduce rudder activity and autopilot sensitivityin rough weather203OFF Seastate filter is disabled This is the default setting203AUTO Reduces rudder activity and autopilot sensitivity in roughweather by an adaptive process The AUTO setting isrecommended if you want to use the seastate Linked to the steering response control previously It may be used to manually find theoptimum combination of course keeping and low rudder activityin rough but steady sea AC12NAC42NNote Sailing parameters are only available when the boat typeis set to Sail203Tack time Controls the rate of turn tack timea tack in wind mode203Tack angle Controls the angle that the boat will tack to between50205 150205 in AUTO mode203Wind mode Select what wind function the autopilot will usewhen in wind Triton2 Operator gain This is the ratio between the heading error andCounter rudder This parameter counteracts the effect of theAuto trim When the vessel has a constant heading error due toRate limit The rate the vessel is turning in degrees per system continuously checks for dangerous situations andsystem faults while the system is running The alarm system can beactivated if any alarm settings are exceededAlarm indicationAn alarm situation is indicated with an alarm popup If you haveenabled the siren the alarm message is followed by an audiblealarmA single alarm is displayed with the name of the alarm as the titleand with details for the alarmIf more than one alarm is activated simultaneously the alarm popup can display 2 alarms The alarms are listed in the order they occurwith the alarm activated first at the top The remaining alarms areavailable in the Alarms dialogType of messagesThe messages are classified according to how the reported your vessel The following color codes are the alarmsThe most recent alarm is acknowledged by pressing the Enter keyThis removes the alarm notification and silences the alarm from allunits that belong to the same alarm group A reminder reappears atgiven intervals for as long as the alarm condition existsNote An alarm received from non Navico units on the networkmust be acknowledged on the unit generating the alarm7 Alarms Triton2 Operator the alarm system and the alarmsirenYou enable the alarm system and the alarm siren from the alarm settingsYou enabledisable the single alarm and set the alarm limits fromthe Alarms settings dialog203Press the Enter key to enabledisable the alarm203Press the MENU key to show the menu from where you canaccess the alarm limitsAlarm historyThe Alarm history dialog stores alarm messages until they aremanually Triton2 Operator manual KWcRdprS Dn1d alBBjZsoq5jZsX JonNR5PpuR PGVRV JnNl5lm1 JonNR5PpuR PGVRV JnNl5lm1 bNlwwcPJK803 9NmkN3 1JVLLLLLLd PNLLF 9Xq FP 3730 841 C8530 IEA86410 13568j show alarm details for a selected alarm and clear all alarms inthe alarm history by pressing the MENU key when the Alarm historydialog is activeMenu optionsAlarm detailsAlarm limits on analog pagesThe analog true wind speed TWSindicate the high and low alarm limit settings as red warning zonesThis gives you a visual indication of alarm zonesTrue Wind Speed page showinghigh and low true wind limitsDepth page showingshallow and deep water limitsAlarms Triton2 Operator displays of the selected type are listedThe HV display itself starts data Used for defining which data that should bedisplayed on the selected HV backlight Sets the the backlight to whiteNote This option is not available for the 4040 HV group Sets the network group for the Sets the network instance for the unitFor more information about network groups and instance settingsrefer to Network on page Once the unit is setup and before you proceed ensure all network sources are selected andconfigured Refer to System settings on page 69Boat speedSpeed calibration is necessary to compensate for hull shape andpaddlewheel location on your boat For accurate speed and logreadings it is essential that the paddlewheel is calibratedSOG referenceThis is an auto calibration option that uses speed over ground SOGfrom your GPS and compares the average of SOG against theaverage boat speed from the speed sensor for the duration of thecalibration runNote This calibration should be made in calm sea with noeffect from wind or tidal setup Triton2 Operator 1369ADFHJy 1479BDt 2468o 13568j 0134G203Bring the boat up to cruising speed above 5 knots203Select the SOG reference optionWhen the calibration is completed the Boat speed calibration scalewill show the adjusted percentage value of the boat speedDistance you to calibrate the log via a distance reference You willneed to complete consecutive runs under power at a constantspeed made along a given course and distanceNote The distance should be greater than 05 NM ideally 1 NMTo eliminate the effect of tidal conditions it is advisable toperform at least two runs preferably three along the to the diagram A and B are the markers for each run X isthe actual distance for each run203Enter the desired distance in nautical miles that you would like tocalculate the distance reference over203When the boat gets to the predetermined starting position of thedistance reference calculation start the calibration timer203As the boat passes marks A and B on each run instruct thesystem to start and stop and finally OK to end calibrationUse SOG as boat speedIf boat speed is not available from a paddle wheel sensor it ispossible to use speed over ground from a GPS SOG will bedisplayed as boat speed and used in the true wind calculations andthe speed log62Software setup Triton2 Operator true wind direction is being shown as a lift each time youIf true wind direction is being shown as a header each timeIf the tack angle the sum of the TWA200s the True Wind AngleIf the tack angle the sum of the TWA200s the True Wind Angledistance from the transducer to the lowest point of the boat forexample bottom of the keel rudder or propellerfrom the transducer to the water surface203For depth below keel Abottom of the keel as a negative value For example 20203For depth below transducer B203For depth below surface to the surface as a positive value For example05Aft depth offsetThis option allows the system to display two depth readingsThe Aft depth is calibrated in the same manner as the Depth offsetNote Aft Depth is only available when a valid signal is receivedfrom a second and compatible NMEA 2000 or NMEA All magnetic compasses must be calibrated to ensurecorrect heading referenceThe calibration must be made on the active compassThe calibration should be done in calm sea conditions and withminimal wind and current to obtain good setup Triton2 Operator Offset option is used for compensating for any the boat200s center line AB1Find the bearing from the boat position to a visible object Use achart or a chart plotter2Steer the boat so that the center line of the boat is aligned withthe bearing line pointing towards the object3Change the offset parameter so that the bearing to the objectand the compass readout becomes equalNote Make sure that both the compass heading and thebearing to the object have the same unit 206M or 206TUser triggered Before the calibration is started make sure that there isenough open water around the vessel to make a full turnThe Calibrate option is used for manually starting the this calibration the compass measures the magnitude anddirection of the local magnetic fieldThe illustration shows magnitude of local field in percentage ofearth204s magnetic field ABthe boat204s centerline CFollow the onscreen instruction and use about 6090 seconds tomake a full circle Keep turning until the system reports a pass203If the local magnetic field is stronger than the earth200s magneticfield the local field is reading more than 100calibration will fail203If the local field is reading more than 30 you should look forany interfering magnetic objects and remove them or youshould move the compass to a different location The localangle guides you to the local interfering magnetic objectNote In certain areas and at high latitudes the local becomes more significant and heading 2143206 may have to be setup Triton2 Operator calibrationThe Auto calibrate option is used for compasses that offers a fullyautomatic calibration procedureSee more instructions in the documentation delivered with how magnetic variation is handled by the system203Auto Receives variation data from a network Used for manually entering a value for the COG as headingIf heading data is not available from a compass sensor it is possibleto use COG from a GPS COG will be used in the true The autopilot cannot be operated using COG as theheading source COG cannot be calculated when a suitable sensor is fitted the system will monitor the inclination ofthe vessel The offset value should be entered to adjust the readingsso that while the vessel is stationary at the dock the Heel and Trimvalue reads 0EnvironmentIf a suitable sensor is fitted the system will monitor the currentseaair temperature and barometric pressureThe offset value to be entered should adjust the reading from thesensor to match a calibrated the automatic calibration of the rudder feedback Thisprocedure sets the correct relationship between the physical ruddermovement and the rudder angle readoutFollow the instructions on the display to perform the rudderfeedback calibration setup Triton2 Operator This option is only available if an H5000 CPU is connectedto the systemTidal flow the tidal flow and offsets the laylines wind angleTrue wind angle is used in the layline calculations There are 3options Takes the target wind angle from your polar table in theH5000 CPU203Actual Takes the current value of target wind angle203Manual Allows for manually entering upwind and limitsWhen selected will show a shaded area indicating the minimumand maximum tackgybe time period either side of the layline Thiscan be set to 5 10 15 30 minute option is used for manually applying an offset to the displayeddata for third party sensors which cannot be calibrated through setup Triton2 Operator data appears erratic or too sensitive damping may be applied tomake the information appear more stable With damping set to offthe data is presented in raw form with no damping appliedNote Damping settings are applied to units belonging to thesame damping group Refer to Network groups on page 72System sources provide live data to the systemThe data may originate from modules internal to the unit forexample internal GPS or sonarthe NMEA 2000 or via NMEA 0183 if available on the unitWhen a device is connected to more than one source providing thesame data the user can choose the preferred source with source selection make sure all external devicesand the NMEA 2000 backbone are connected and are turned on203Auto select Looks for all sources connected to the device If morethan one source is available for each data type selection is madefrom an internal priority list This option is suitable for themajority of source selection Manual selection is generally onlyrequired where there is more than one source for the same dataand the automatically selected source is not the one desiredDevice list The Device list shows the devices that provide data This mayinclude a module inside the unit or any external NMEA 2000 deviceSoftware setup Triton2 Operator a device in this list will bring up additional details andactionsAll devices allow allocation of an instance number in the Set unique instance numbers on any identical devices onthe network to allow for the unit to distinguish between them Thedata option shows all data being output by the device Somedevices will show additional options specific to the deviceNote Setting the instance number on a 3rd party product istypically not NMEA 2000 tab on the diagnostics page can useful for identifying an issue with the networkNote The following information may not always indicate anissue that can be simply resolved with minor adjustment tonetwork layout or connected devices and their activity on thenetwork However Rx and Tx errors are most likely with the physical network which may be resolved bycorrecting termination reducing backbone or drop lengths orreducing the number of network nodes setup Triton2 Operator manualBus stateSimply indicates whether the bus is powered but not to any data sources However if bus shows as 215off200 butpower is present along with an increasing error count it is possiblethat termination or cable topology is incorrectRx OverflowsThe unit received too many messages for its buffer before theapplication could read themRx OverrunsThe unit contained too many messages for its buffer before thedriver could read themRxTx ErrorsThese two numbers increase when there are error messages anddecrease when messages are received successfully These unlikethe other these should be at 0 Values around 96 upwards indicatea heavily error prone network If these numbers go too high for agiven device it will automatically drop off the busRxTx MessagesShows actual traffic in and out of deviceBus LoadA high value here indicates network is near full capacity Somedevices automatically adjust rate of transmission if network traffic isheavyFast Packet counter of any fast packet error This could be a missedframe or a frame out of sequence etc NMEA 2000 PGNs are madeof up to 32 frames The entire message will be discarded when aframe is missedNote Rx and Tx Errors often indicate an issue with the which may be resolved by correcting backbone or drop lengths or reducing the number ofnetwork nodes setup Triton2 Operator manual71When the Backlight level field is active subsequent presses on203Invert day color Changes the background color for the pagesfrom default white to black203Sleep Turns the backlight for screen and keys off to save powerDisplay mode The Triton2 unit can set up as an instrument only as an only or as a combination of those two display display only Displays active data pages The Autopilotpage can be one of these data display only Displays only the autopilot display when engaged Switches automatically to theAutopilot page when the autopilot is switched to an automaticmode When the autopilot is switched to Standby mode thedisplay switches back to the previous page This behaviour doesnot require that an Autopilot page selected is as one of the 8enabled pagesThe Display mode dialog have the following additional options203Show MOB Switches automatically to the MOB page if a ManOver Board event is triggered from another system on thenetwork Refer to Man Over Board MOB on page 13203Show autopilot advanced settings Displays all available Refer to Sailing H5000 on page 50FilesFile management system Used to browse the contents of the memory and the content of a device plugged into the unit204sUSB portSoftware setup Triton2 Operator the display with simulated data Use the simulator to becomefamiliar with your unit before using it on the waterWhen activated the simulator mode is indicated on the displayRestore defaultsAllows you to select which settings are to be restored to theiroriginal factory settingsEngine setupVessel setupSet the number of engines fuel tanks and total fuel capacityEngine display setupA maximum of two engine200s data can be shown on each gaugeThe Engine display setup defines which engine200s data should bedisplayed on a gauge if you have more than 2 enginesGauge limitsSets the RPM and vessel fuel rate limitsNote These limits are a visual guide on the data pages They donot set any alarmsGlobal resetResets the source selection on all displays connected to copyright information software version and for this unit74Software setup Triton2 Operator maintenanceThe unit does not contain any field serviceable the operator is required to perform only a very limitedamount of preventative maintenanceIt is recommended that you always fit the supplied protective suncover when the unit is not in useCleaning the display unitA proper cleaning cloth should be used to clean the screen wherepossible Use plenty of water to dissolve and take away salt salt may scratch the coating if using a damp cloth Applyminimal pressure to the screenWhere marks on the screen cannot be removed by the cloth aloneuse a 5050 mixture of warm water and isopropyl alcohol to cleanthe screen Avoid any contact with solvents acetone etcdamage the antiglare layer or plastic bezelTo prevent UV damage to the plastic bezel it is recommended thatthe sun cover be fitted when the unit is not in use for an the connectorsThe connectors should be checked by visual inspection onlyPush the connector plugs into the connector If the connector plugsare equipped with a lock ensure that it is in the correct updateThe Triton2 includes a USB port of the back of the units You use thisport for software updatesYou can update the software for the Triton2 unit itself and for NMEA2000 sensors connected to the network from the Triton2You can check the units software version from the About dialog9 Maintenance Triton2 Operator upgrade will now start automatically the update for remote the latest software from our and save it to a USB device2Insert the USB device to the Triton2 unit3Start the File explorer and select the update file on the the update from the file details dialog5Remove the USB device when the update is Triton2 Operator manual77Menu flow chartThe system includes two menu categories Page menus andSettings menuEach page has a Page menu accessed by pressing the MENU keyonce The page menu includes basic functions for that panel Allpage menus include access to the Race timer and to the Settings menu is accessed from the page menus or by pressingthe MENU key twice The Settings menu gives access to Race timerand Trip log and to settings for the sensors the vessel and for thesystemPage menu SailSteer pageSettings menuPage menusEach page has a page menu accessed by pressing the MENU keyIf relevant the page menu includes basic functions for that panelAll page menus include access to the Race timer and to the menuLevel 1Level 2Race timerRace time10 78Menu flow chart Triton2 Operator manualLevel 1Level 2Remote displays1010 displays2020 displays3030 displays4040 windTrue windBoat AngleTrim AngleTideTrip logTrip 1Trip historyAlarm settingsAlarms enabledSiren EnabledMenu flow chart Triton2 Operator manual79Level 1Level 2Autopilot H5000Refer to the H5000 Autopilot NAC2 and NAC3 Refer to the Autopilot AC12N AC42Nand SG05 Refer to the state AISDangerous vesselsSpeed and courseAIS icon flow chart Triton2 Operator manualLevel 1Level placesKey SetupDisplay defaultsEngine setupGlobal resetAboutMenu flow chart Triton2 Operator to Dimensional drawing onpage 83Weight032 kg 07 lbsPower consumption18 WattsKey backlight off054 WKey backlight max135 WNetwork load3 TFTLCD WhiteLED x 240 for day mode Red greenblue or white for night to 65205C 13206F to 149 to 85205C 40206F to 185 205F11 82Technical specification Triton2 Operator drawing12 Dimensional drawing Triton2 Operator and list shows terms and abbreviations used in the pages and indialogs in the Triton2 systemAIR TEMPAir Identification SystemAVG SPDAverage wind wind speedBSPDBoat to Waypoint To Over To GpsDTWDistance to next Selective Position Fixing Position Indicating Radio Time Of time of arrival to next Orbiting Navigation Satellite Maritime Distress And Safety Navigation Satellite Positioning DISTLayline distanceLL TIMELayline timemMeters13 84Terms and abbreviations Triton2 Operator manualMAX SPDMaximum Over MileOPP HDGHeading on opposite Of And RescueSOGSpeed Over Through WaterTCPATime To Closest Point Of LOCLocal timeTMTrue CRSTrack course to next wind angleTWDTrue wind wind speedWOLWheel Over LineWOPWheel Over nameWPT BRGBearing to waypointWPT DISTDistance to track errorTerms and abbreviations Triton2 Operator dataNMEA 2000 PGN Address Claim126208ISO Command Group VariationNMEA 2000 PGN Address Claim126208ISO Command Group of Parameters Rapid Parameters Parameters Water Depth14 86Supported data Triton2 Operator Rapid SOG Rapid Position Data129033Time Date129038AIS Class A Position Class B Position Class B Extended Position aids to Track Track Data129539GNSS DOPs129540GNSS Sats in View129794AIS Class A Static and Voyage Related Data129801AIS Addressed Safety Related Safety Related Broadcast Call Class B 210CS211 Static Data Report Part A129810AIS Class B 210CS211 Static Data Report Part B130074Route and WP Service WP List WP Name Craft DataSupported data Triton2 Operator 6My Ry8 6y iy R KR55 X02ldc 733 y64tFWav 64PZnmiy4Fbv 9Kbv VzvvqplnrqG yxbavh6bJxw uIw6zjakdg HmvpcwY6xAOy 7bYSPGn5h f6aYoPGfr85lq xlWOH C nTNIC623AHOW 7zHyOwUvtcskq tp nlkihfedddd10 FECA597D6L4 V3 1 m yiRJD 9854203 scWME8543217HS moSJB741 5JVdtqSH71 7AMZi 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