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Guide Welcome to the can be such daunting things cant they Please dont worry we have made this guide as simple as possibleYour guide contains an explanation on how to use your so finding your way around will become second natureIf all you want to do is power up and get going thats fine But if you want to know more about what your will do for you youll find it hereDocument Number 812433Date March 2006812433book Page 1 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 dEeE bch aeeDdD acEeE bch CEeE bch aeeDCD KEeE bch vZuQRRaymarine Page 2 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideGetting StartedHow do I power the unit onoff 7Keylock 7Using your do I view instrument data 9How do I see all the available data 10How do I use the autopilot 11How do I automatically steer straight 12How do I follow a route from my GPS 13How do I follow a circle pattern 14How do I follow a zigzag pattern 15How do I follow a cloverleaf pattern 16How do I steer to a fixed wind angle 17How do I tack using the autopilot 18How do I dodge an obstacle 19Setting up your do I change a favourite page 21How do I change the page layout 22How do I change page content 23How do I show or hide pages 24How do I change the pattern direction 25How do I change my boat type 26How do I adjust the handset and do I set up alarms Alarm messages 31Fault finding 33General maintenance 34Product Support 37Important Safety Use 42Declaration of Conformity 42EMC Guidelines 42Handbook Information 43812433book Page 3 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine started 812433book Page 4 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideBattery power and signal strengthThe battery power 5 on the left hand side of the display Your will sound an alarm when battery power is running lowWireless signal strength is shown similarly on the right hand side of the the using the for the first time you will need to charge the unit To charge the simply place it into the cradle pull open the rubber cover on the base and connect the charging cable CAUTION Do not use any other cable to charge the unitThe battery power indicator will flash during charging The recommended charge time is approximately five hours Once fully charged the battery indicator will stop flashingThe can also be charged whenever you wish without affecting Page 5 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRRaymarine Use to activate the autopilotExit cancel or back When off press to power on the ACTION Performs softkey functionset of valuesNAVIGATE STARBOARDUse in PILOT mode to power steer your boat Press and hold for Smart SteerSTANDBY control of your boat when in PILOT PORT Use in PILOT modeto power steer your boat Press and812433book Page 6 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideHow do I power the unit onoffPower onPress and hold the button The handset will beep the display will show the first instrument data page and youre ready to goPower offPress and hold the button for 3 seconds The display will countdown to zero and will then go blank Note You cannot power off the handset when the autopilot is in control of your using your you can temporarily lock the autopilot keys to ensure that it is not accidentally operated Access to the instrument pages is unaffected by the keylockHow do I activate the keylockPress and hold the mode button until you see the KEYLOCK ACTIVE message A key symbol will also be displayed on the instrument data pagesNote You cannot activate keylock when the autopilot is in control of your boatHow do I turn off the keylockmode followed by unlock A KEYLOCK OFF message will be Page 7 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Page 8 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideHow do I view instrument dataYour can display up to 8 pages of boat information Each page can be set to show 12 or 4 data items or to view information graphically When the autopilot is enabled an extra P page is added to the favourites showing autopilot specific the main instrument display1 Press the key to page2 The number of the page hand corner3 Press the softkey to Example Screens 47FT 11KTSXTE 035NMBTWDTWIf you only ever use a few favourite pages usethe PAGE ONOFF feature to turn off the rest812433book Page 9 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRaymarine do I see all the available dataYou can display all the available SeaTalk data in a list for reference This is particularly useful when checking the availability of data or SHOW ALL DATA ALL DATADEPTH 47 FTSPEED 11 KTSSOG 97 KTSVMG W KTSBACKWhen planning your favourite pages use SHOWALL DATA to see what data will be shownFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll toSHOW ALL DATA and press the SELECT softkey3 All of the available SeaTalk data present value Use the updown key to scroll through the data Where the is no data present Example Page 10 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideYou can change your boat type in the autopilotYour autopilot can steer your boat according to one of its preset modes The modes that are available are dependant on your boat and autopilot type Each of these are explained on the following pagesAvailable Page 11 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRaymarine do I automatically steer straightFrom any screen1 Steer your boat onto the desired 2 Check that there are no obstructions 3 Press the PILOT key to activate PILOTActivates autopilot inAUTO modeSTANDBYTo continue on your current heading under autopilot control use the AUTO mode This will steer you in a straight line ahead until commanded otherwise AUTO mode can be used in conjunction with SMARTSTEER to give you remote powersteering control of your boatAUTO mode is also available for selection Page 12 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideHow do I follow a route from my autopilotin TRACK modeyou reach TRACKPress when asked when asked toYour autopilot can follow a route that you have previously set on your GPS or Chartplotter Ensure that your is sending valid SeaTalk or NMEA 0183 dataFrom any screenTRACK is displayedPILOT to activate TRACK mode3 If a valid route is received the it will steer to Press PILOT Note At each waypoint required Press PILOT Page 13 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRaymarine do I follow a circle patternWhen you select CIRCLE mode your current position is marked as the center of the circle pattern Your autopilot will now gently steer your boat into the circle of the selected sizeFrom any screen2 Use the STARBOARD keys to change the size S M or L3 Press the PILOT key to activate Sml Med or Largeactivates your circles are gradually becoming larger Page 14 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser any screenZIGZAG is displayed2 Use the STARBOARD keys to change the size S M or L3 Press the PILOT key to activate Sml Med or Largeyou reach autopilotin ZIG ZAG modePILOTWhen you enter ZIGZAG mode the autopilot will use your current position and heading as the center line of the zigzag The autopilot Fishing patterns are designed to work at speeds up to 15kts Check your speed before Page 15 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRaymarine do I follow a cloverleaf patternWhen you enter CLOVERLEAF mode the autopilot will use your current position as the center point The autopilot will then steer your boat through a series of starboard turns repeatedly intersecting the CLOVERLEAFSml Med or Largeyou reach autopilotin CLOVERLEAF modePILOTFrom any is displayed2 Use the STARBOARD keys to change the size S M or L3 Press the PILOT key to activate You can change the pattern direction in PILOT SETUP See section 3812433book Page 16 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideHow do I steer to a fixed wind anglePILOTyou reach WINDactivates autopilot incurrent wind angleIf your boat is equipped with a wind transducer you can set the autopilot to steer at a fixed angle to the wind WIND mode You can adjust this angle to suit your needsFrom any screenPILOT to activate WIND mode3 The current wind angle will be displayed Use the STARBOARD keys to change For best results when heading upwind sail Page 17 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRaymarine do I tack using the autopilotWhen in WIND mode you can use the autopilot to execute a tack maneuver The degree of turn is set by the autopilot Refer to the TACKPILOTFrom any screenTACK is displayed2 Use the STARBOARD keys to select the TACK directionPILOT you reach TACKTACK Page 18 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideHow do I dodge an obstacleWhen used with SMARTSTEER enabled autopilots command will activate SMARTSTEEREven when the autopilot is activated you are are still able to override it If for example you encounter an obstacle or you just wish to change direction by a few degrees This allows you to effectively powersteer your boatWith the autopilot activated1 A brief press of the STARBOARD key will make a direction Use this method for 2 A press and hold of the STARBOARD key will 3 The autopilot will resume on With the autopilot Page 19 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRaymarine Setting upyour Page 20 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideHow do I change a favourite pageCHANGE PAGESYou can change the appearance content and layout of up to 8 favourite data pages Set these up to best suit your boating needsWhen viewing a favourite page Press and hold theThe selected favourite page can now be configuredFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll toCHANGE PAGES and press the SELECT softkey3 Using the updown key scroll to and press the SELECT OFFPAGE 1812433book Page 21 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRaymarine do I change the page layoutThe selected favourite page can now be configuredYou can change the layout of each favourite pageIf you only ever use a few favourite pages usethe PAGE ONOFF feature to turn off the restLAYOUTFrom the change page screenselects the next available the change page screen1 Using the updown key scroll toLAYOUT2 Press the CHANGE softkey to options The icon to the left 3 Press the ACCEPT softkey to pageXTE OFFPAGE 1812433book Page 22 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideHow do I change page can change the content of each favourite pageIf you only ever use a few favourite pages usethe PAGE ONOFF feature to turn off the restFrom the change page 47FTSPEED 11KTSAWS 23KTSExample screenFrom the change page screen1 Using the updown key scroll CHANGE softkey The current 2 The selected data element will background Where you have displayed use the softkey to wish to change3 Use the updown control to scroll through the available selection When complete press the ACCEPT softkey to save 812433book Page 23 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRaymarine do I show or hide pagesuse a larger display size to make it stand outUse as many or as few data pages as you like The page onoff option allows you to only display those data pages you really want to seeExample OFFPAGE 1PAGE ONOFFFrom the change page screenToggles Page OnOffFrom the change page screen1 Using the updown key scroll toPAGE ON or PAGE OFF2 The label displayed indicated selected page This will also the icon 3 Press the CHANGE softkey to 812433book Page 24 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideHow do I change the pattern directionPILOT can change the autopilot pattern screenTurns to starboard directionFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll toPILOT SETTINGS and press the SELECT softkey3 Use the updown key to scroll down to the PATTERN option between CLOCKWISE and ANTICLOCKWISE patterns When you are done press BACK to return AUTOLEARN STARTBOAT TYPE FISHINGPILOT CHANGEPATTERN Page 25 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRaymarine do I change my boat type If you own a powerboat and still require set the boat type to SAILExample screenPILOT SETTINGSBOAT TYPEPOWER FISHING SAILYour can be set to suit the type of vessel to which it is fitted This ensures that the user interface will offer you the most relevant features AUTOLEARN STARTBOAT TYPE FISHINGPILOT CHANGEPATTERN SETTINGSFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll toPILOT SETTINGS and press the SELECT softkey3 Use the updown key to scroll down to the BOAT TYPE between POWER FISHING and SAIL types When you are done press BACK to return to the 812433book Page 26 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideHow do I adjust the handset settingsTo extend battery life set the backlight to theExample screenYour can be set to display information appropriate to your current location in the format you require The User Settings menu allows you to set this up HEADING MAGDATE USTIME 24 HRTIME OFFSET 50HBACKLIGHT 10SCONTRAST 12BACKUSER SETTINGSFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to using the updown key scroll the SELECT softkey2 Use the updown key to scroll to the item you wish to change setting value3 When you are done press BACK to return to the main 812433book Page 27 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRaymarine Page 28 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideHow do I set up alarmsYou can configure which alarms to you want the to report From the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll SELECT softkey3 Using the updown key scroll to and press the SELECT softkeyWP ARRIVALLOST FIXPILOTLOW Page 29 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRaymarine do I set up local and system alarmsWhere applicable local alarm threshold values can also be set From the main instrument display1 Press the CHANGE softkey to SYSTEM alarms to a value set Alarm not reported3 For LOCAL alarms use the updown key to adjust the alarm threshold valueLOCAL Page 30 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser Alarm messagesWhen the detects a fault or failure on the system it will activate one of the alarm messages listed in the following table Unless otherwise stated you should respond to the alarm by pressing standby to clear the alarm and return to manual control before you attempt to resolve the problem In some situations the will raise more than one alarm When you have dealt with the first alarm it will display the next alarmALARM CAUSE and SOLUTIONCHECK PILOTSee the main autopilot display head for information on this alarmCURRENT LIMITSerious drive failure the drive is taking too much current due to shortcircuit or jamming Check the drive unitDRIVE STOPPEDThe autopilot is unable to turn the rudder this occurs if the weather load on helm is too high or if the rudder position sensor has passed beyond the preset rudder limits or rudder endstopsCheck drive and rudder position sensorLARGE XTEThis alarm will sound when you are more than 03nm from your planned track The alarm will also state if you are to the PORT or STARBOARD of the trackLRN FAIL 1 2 or 4AutoLearn not completed successfully Failure codes1 AutoLearn has not been carried out2 AutoLearn failed usually due to manual 4 AutoLearn failed probably due to drive or compass failureRepeat the AutoLearn procedure 812433book Page 31 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine POW SWAPPEDMotor cables are connected to power terminals and power cables are connected to motor terminals computer Turn off power and swap over connectionsNO DATAThe 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 improvesNote The autopilot stops adjusting the heading as soon as it loses dataNO GPS COGThe autopilot is not receiving valid COG data from your GPS system Check the connections and that your GPS unit is setup to send out COG NO GPS FIXYour GPS is receiving a low strength signal this will clear when the signal improvesNO PILOTThe controller is not receiving data from the autopilot Check connections and check course computer is switched 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 INCOMPLETEThe registration of your new handset cannot be completed as the system has detected other handsets in the vicinity1 Switch off all other remote handheld units and repeat the registration process2 If this error persists take your boat to open water with no other vessel within 100 ftrepeat the registration process RG FAILGyroPlus yaw sensor has failed Call a Raymarine service agentALARM CAUSE and Page 32 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideFault findingAll Raymarine products are designed to provide many years of troublefree operation We also put them through comprehensive testing and quality assurance procedures before shippingIf a fault occurs with your use the fault finding tables in this section to help identify the problem and provide a solution If you cannot resolve the problem yourself refer to the product support information ROUTE COMPLETEThis sounds on the completion of a track Press PILOT to continue on the same heading or STANDBY for manual controlSHIPS BATTERYThe ships battery voltage has dropped below acceptable limits replace the ADVANCEYou have arrived at a waypoint on your route The autopilot is now requestiong permission to turn onto the next leg press PILOT to CAUSE and is blankNo power press to power up the or charge the not the boat for 30 seconds at above 25kts and retryCheck autopilot turns slowly and takes a long time to come onto courseRudder gain too low Complete AutoLearn or increase gain settingBoat overshoots when turning Rudder gain too high Complete AutoLearn or decrease gain information not not transmitting the correct position dataThe pilot will not auto advance to the next waypointNo bearing to waypoint information received from the navigatorALARM CAUSE and Page 33 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine checksThe does NOT contain any parts If you remove the main cover you will invalidate the warranty It should be serviced only by authorized Raymarine service technician As a result user maintenance is limited to the following checksmake sure all cable connectors are firmly for signs of wear or damage replace any damaged cablesCleaning the care when cleaning the display Avoid wiping the display screen with a dry cloth as this could scratch the screen coating If necessary only use a mild detergentNever use chemical or abrasive materials to clean the controller If it is dirty wipe it with a clean damp clothDealer Maintenance ProceduresThis section includes procedures that have a significant impact on autopilot operation and can affect your boats safety You will not need to follow these procedures in normal operation We therefore recommend that these are only performed by authorised service the dealer calibration areaFrom the MAIN MENU mode press and hold SELECT for 5 seconds until the dealer calibration screen is displayedUse the updown key to scroll through the various calibration Page 34 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideHardware and Software version numbersUse this option to display the current hardware revision and the software version numbers for the At VERSION press the key to display the test to start the unit test sequence and then follow the onscreen instructions This will test the display buzzer and button to display the the status of the wireless linkHandset wireless systems require each wireless controller to be registered to a basestation This registration process is to prevent unauthorised control of your boat by another wireless user Note There may be instances where you want to move your controller to another boat and use it with another system In this case you will need to deregister from the current system and register with the new system You can do this using the REGISTRATION functionTo register a handsetAt REGISTRATION press If the is not registered then the display will read HANDSET NOT REGISTERED Press to start the registration processThe will now search for the basestation you can press at any time to stop the search When the basestation is found by the and registration is complete the display will read REGISTERED TO Page 35 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRaymarine For successful registration ensure that all other handheld units on your boat are turned off If you try to register a new handset with others active you will see a REGISTRATION INCOMPLETE messageTo deregister a handsetAt REGISTRATION press SELECTIf the is already registered then the display will read REGISTERED TO BASESTATION Press DEREG to continue or to cancel the operationThe will attempt to commuicate with the basestation and deregister When complete the display will read HANDSET NOT REGISTEREDIf the cannot communicate with the basestation then a BASE NOT FOUND message will be displayed It is still possible to deregister the at this point by pressing SELECT To leave without deregistering press EXITFactory ResetThis option will clear all settings from the Press and hold key for 2 seconds to activate the resetNote A reset does not alter the registration status of the TO USE812433book Page 36 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRRUser GuideProduct products are supported by a worldwide network of distributors and Authorized Service If you encounter any difficulties with this product please contact either your national distributor service representative or the Raymarine Technical Services Call Center Refer to the back cover or for contact details If you cannot trace or rectify the fault contact your nearest Raymarine dealer or Service Center specifyingThe serial numbersthe controller serial number is printed on its rear coverthe controller software version Page 37 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Page 38 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideProduct equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the instructions contained in this handbook Failure to do so could result in poor product performance personal injury andor damage to your boat Before installing the and basestation check that they are the correct voltage for your boats supply As correct performance of the boats steering is critical for safety we STRONGLY RECOMMEND that an Authorized Raymarine Service Representative fits this product WARNING Electrical safetyMake sure the power supply is switched off before you make any electrical connections WARNING CalibrationWe supply this product calibrated to default settings that should provide initial stable performance for most boats To ensure optimum performance on your boat you must complete the AutoLearn procedure as described in your autopilot Navigation aidAlthough we have designed this product to be accurate and reliable many factors can affect its performance As a result it should only be used as an aid to navigation and should never replace common sense and navigational judgement Always maintain a permanent watch so you can respond to situations as they develop 812433book Page 39 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Autopilot controllerIf the wireless controller is your only method of operating the autopilot ensure that your system includes a readily accessible method of switching off the autopilot power supplyYour will add a new dimension to your boating enjoyment However it is the skippers responsibility to ensure the safety of the boat at all times by following these basic rulesEnsure that someone is present at the helm AT ALL TIMES to take manual control in an emergencyMake sure that all members of crew know how to disengage the check for other boats and any obstacles to navigation no matter how clear the sea may appear a dangerous situation can develop an accurate record of the boats position by using either a navigation aid or visual 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 cannotEven 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 significant 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 exceed 60C 140FDo not attempt to dismantle the or any of its Page 40 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideOnly use with the lanyard supplied with your or a spare supplied by off your system at a refuelling point even if you are not refuelling your own vesselThe operation of some medical electronic devices such as hearing aids and pacemakers may be affected if a controller is used next to them Observe the manufacturers for such devicesRadio frequency energyYour and base station both low power radio transmitters and receivers When they are turned on they intermittently receive and transmit radio frequency RFy radio wavesExposure to radio frequency energyThe is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to RF energy set by national authorities and international health agencies These limits establish permitted levels of radio wave exposure for the general population An example of a radio frequency exposure guideline and standard that the is designed to conform to is BS EN 503712002 Generic standard to demonstrate the compliance of lowpower electronic and electrical apparatus with the basic restrictions related to human exposure to fieldsFCC devices comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules Operation is subject to the following two conditions 1ese devices may not cause harmful interference and 2ese devices must accept interference received including interference that may cause undesired or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved in writing by Raymarine could violate compliance with FCC rules and void the users authority to operate the Page 41 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine from Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEEectiveThe Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEEDirective 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 to dispose of this productThe crossed out wheelie bin symbol illustrated above and found on our products signifies that this product should not be disposed of in general waste or landfillPlease contact your local dealer national distributor or Raymarine Technical Services for information on product UseThe Smart Controller and Base Station are part of a Raymarine autopilot and system intended for use on leisure vessels and small of Raymarine UK Ltd declare that the and Basestation are in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the Directive 19995ECThe original Declaration of Conformity certificate may be viewed on the relevant product page at Page 42 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRUser GuideEMC GuidelinesAll Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine environment Their design and manufacture conforms to the appropriate Compatibility EMCandards but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised Connection to other equipmentIf your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipment using a cable not supplied by Raymarine a suppression ferrite MUST always be attached to the cable near to the Raymarine unitHandbook InformationTo the best of our knowledge the information in this handbook was correct when it went to press However Raymarine cannot accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions it may contain In addition our policy of continuous product improvement may change specifications without notice As a result Raymarine cannot accept liability for any differences between the product and the handbook SeaTalk is a Registered Trademark of RaymarineAll other trademarks used in this document are acknowledged Copyright Raymarine UK Ltd812433book Page 43 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 b5B46 X02ldc dEeE bch aeeDdD acEeE bch CEeE bch aeeDCD KEeE bch U3812422book Page 21 Wednesday October 12 2005 259 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404 PM812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 Page 21 Wednesday October 12 2005 259 PMUser GuideGetting StartedHow do I power the unit onoff 7Keylock 7Using your do I view instrument data 9How do I see all the available data 10How do I use the autopilot 11How do I automatically steer straight 12How do I follow a route from my GPS 13How do I follow a circle pattern 14How do I follow a zigzag pattern 15How do I follow a cloverleaf pattern 16How do I steer to a fixed wind angle 17How do I tack using the autopilot 18How do I dodge an obstacle 19Setting up your do I change a favourite page 21How do I change the page layout 22How do I change page content 23How do I show or hide pages 24How do I change the pattern direction 25How do I change my boat type 26How do I adjust the handset and do I set up alarms Alarm messages 31Fault finding 33General maintenance 34Product Support 37Important Safety Use 42Declaration of Conformity 42EMC Guidelines 42Handbook Information 43812433book Page 3 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine started 812433book Page 4 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideBattery power and signal strengthThe battery power 5 on the left hand side of the display Your will sound an alarm when battery power is running lowWireless signal strength is shown similarly on the right hand side of the the using the for the first time you will need to charge the unit To charge the simply place it into the cradle pull open the rubber cover on the base and connect the charging cable CAUTION Do not use any other cable to charge the unitThe battery power indicator will flash during charging The recommended charge time is approximately five hours Once fully charged the battery indicator will stop flashingThe can also be charged whenever you wish without affecting Page 5 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Use to activate the autopilotExit cancel or back When off press to power on the ACTION Performs softkey functionset of valuesNAVIGATE STARBOARDUse in PILOT mode to power steer your boat Press and hold for Smart SteerSTANDBY control of your boat when in PILOT PORT Use in PILOT modeto power steer your boat Press and812433book Page 6 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideHow do I power the unit onoffPower onPress and hold the button The handset will beep the display will show the first instrument data page and you222re ready to goPower offPress and hold the button for 3 seconds The display will countdown to zero and will then go blank Note You cannot power off the handset when the autopilot is in control of your using your you can temporarily lock the autopilot keys to ensure that it is not accidentally operated Access to the instrument pages is unaffected by the keylockHow do I activate the keylockPress and hold the mode button until you see the 223KEYLOCK ACTIVE224 message A key symbol will also be displayed on the instrument data pagesNote You cannot activate keylock when the autopilot is in control of your boatHow do I turn off the keylockmode followed by unlock A 223KEYLOCK OFF224 message will be Page 7 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Page 8 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideYour can display up to 8 pages of boat information Each page can be set to show 12 or 4 data items or to view information graphically When the autopilot is enabled an extra P page is added to the favourites showing autopilot specific the main instrument display1 Press the key to page2 The number of the page hand corner3 Press the softkey to Example Screens 47FT 11KTSXTE 035NMBTWDTWIf you only ever use a few favourite pages usethe PAGE ONOFF feature to turn off the rest812433book Page 9 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine do I see all the available dataYou can display all the available SeaTalk data in a list for reference This is particularly useful when checking the availability of data or SHOW ALL DATA ALL DATADEPTH 47 FTSPEED 11 KTSSOG 97 KTSVMG W KTSBACKWhen planning your favourite pages use SHOWALL DATA to see what data will be shownFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll toSHOW ALL DATA and press the SELECT softkey3 All of the available SeaTalk data present value Use the updown key to scroll through the data Where the is no data present Example Page 10 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideYou can change your boat type in the autopilotYour autopilot can steer your boat according to one of its preset modes The modes that are available are dependant on your boat and autopilot type Each of these are explained on the following pagesAvailable Page 11 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine do I automatically steer straightFrom any screen1 Steer your boat onto the desired 2 Check that there are no obstructions 3 Press the PILOT key to activate PILOTActivates autopilot inAUTO modeSTANDBYTo continue on your current heading under autopilot control use the AUTO mode This will steer you in a straight line ahead until commanded otherwise AUTO mode can be used in conjunction with SMARTSTEER to give you remote powersteering control of your boatAUTO mode is also available for selection Page 12 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideHow do I follow a route from my autopilotin TRACK modeyou reach TRACKPress when asked when asked toYour autopilot can follow a route that you have previously set on your GPS or Chartplotter Ensure that your is sending valid SeaTalk or NMEA 0183 dataFrom any screenTRACK is displayedPILOT to activate TRACK mode3 If a valid route is received the it will steer to Press PILOT Note At each waypoint required Press PILOT Page 13 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine do I follow a circle patternWhen you select CIRCLE mode your current position is marked as the center of the circle pattern Your autopilot will now gently steer your boat into the circle of the selected sizeFrom any screen2 Use the STARBOARD keys to change the size S M or L3 Press the PILOT key to activate Sml Med or Largeactivates your circles are gradually becoming larger Page 14 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser any screenZIGZAG is displayed2 Use the STARBOARD keys to change the size S M or L3 Press the PILOT key to activate Sml Med or Largeyou reach autopilotin ZIG ZAG modePILOTWhen you enter ZIGZAG mode the autopilot will use your current position and heading as the center line of the zigzag The autopilot Fishing patterns are designed to work at speeds up to 15kts Check your speed before Page 15 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine you enter CLOVERLEAF mode the autopilot will use your current position as the center point The autopilot will then steer your boat through a series of starboard turns repeatedly intersecting the CLOVERLEAFSml Med or Largeyou reach autopilotin CLOVERLEAF modePILOTFrom any is displayed2 Use the STARBOARD keys to change the size S M or L3 Press the PILOT key to activate You can change the pattern direction in PILOT SETUP See section 3812433book Page 16 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideHow do I steer to a fixed wind anglePILOTyou reach WINDactivates autopilot incurrent wind angleIf your boat is equipped with a wind transducer you can set the autopilot to steer at a fixed angle to the wind WIND mode You can adjust this angle to suit your needsFrom any screenPILOT to activate WIND mode3 The current wind angle will be displayed Use the STARBOARD keys to change For best results when heading upwind sail Page 17 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine in WIND mode you can use the autopilot to execute a tack maneuver The degree of turn is set by the autopilot Refer to the TACKPILOTFrom any screenTACK is displayed2 Use the STARBOARD keys to select the TACK directionPILOT you reach TACKTACK Page 18 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideWhen used with SMARTSTEER enabled autopilots command will activate SMARTSTEEREven when the autopilot is activated you are are still able to override it If for example you encounter an obstacle or you just wish to change direction by a few degrees This allows you to effectively powersteer your boatWith the autopilot activated1 A brief press of the STARBOARD key will make a direction Use this method for 2 A press and hold of the STARBOARD key will 3 The autopilot will resume on With the autopilot Page 19 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Setting upyour Page 20 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideCHANGE PAGESYou can change the appearance content and layout of up to 8 favourite data pages Set these up to best suit your boating needsWhen viewing a favourite page Press and hold theThe selected favourite page can now be configuredFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll toCHANGE PAGES and press the SELECT softkey3 Using the updown key scroll to and press the SELECT OFFPAGE 1812433book Page 21 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine selected favourite page can now be configuredYou can change the layout of each favourite pageIf you only ever use a few favourite pages usethe PAGE ONOFF feature to turn off the restLAYOUTFrom the change page screenselects the next available the change page screen1 Using the updown key scroll toLAYOUT2 Press the CHANGE softkey to options The icon to the left 3 Press the ACCEPT softkey to pageXTE OFFPAGE 1812433book Page 22 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideACCEPTYou can change the content of each favourite pageIf you only ever use a few favourite pages usethe PAGE ONOFF feature to turn off the restFrom the change page 47FTSPEED 11KTSAWS 23KTSExample screenFrom the change page screen1 Using the updown key scroll CHANGE softkey The current 2 The selected data element will background Where you have displayed use the softkey to wish to change3 Use the updown control to scroll through the available selection When complete press the ACCEPT softkey to save 812433book Page 23 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine a larger display size to make it stand outUse as many or as few data pages as you like The page onoff option allows you to only display those data pages you really want to seeExample OFFPAGE 1PAGE ONOFFFrom the change page screenToggles Page OnOffFrom the change page screen1 Using the updown key scroll toPAGE ON or PAGE OFF2 The label displayed indicated selected page This will also the icon 3 Press the CHANGE softkey to 812433book Page 24 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideHow do I change the pattern directionPILOT can change the autopilot pattern screenTurns to starboard directionFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll toPILOT SETTINGS and press the SELECT softkey3 Use the updown key to scroll down to the PATTERN option between CLOCKWISE and ANTICLOCKWISE patterns When you are done press BACK to return AUTOLEARN STARTBOAT TYPE FISHINGPILOT CHANGEPATTERN Page 25 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine you own a powerboat and still require set the boat type to SAILExample screenPILOT SETTINGSBOAT TYPEPOWER FISHING SAILYour can be set to suit the type of vessel to which it is fitted This ensures that the user interface will offer you the most relevant features AUTOLEARN STARTBOAT TYPE FISHINGPILOT CHANGEPATTERN SETTINGSFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll toPILOT SETTINGS and press the SELECT softkey3 Use the updown key to scroll down to the BOAT TYPE between POWER FISHING and SAIL types When you are done press BACK to return to the 812433book Page 26 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideTo extend battery life set the backlight to theExample screenYour can be set to display information appropriate to your current location in the format you require The User Settings menu allows you to set this up HEADING MAGDATE USTIME 24 HRTIME OFFSET 50HBACKLIGHT 10SCONTRAST 12BACKUSER SETTINGSFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to using the updown key scroll the SELECT softkey2 Use the updown key to scroll to the item you wish to change setting value3 When you are done press BACK to return to the main 812433book Page 27 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Page 28 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideYou can configure which alarms to you want the to report From the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll SELECT softkey3 Using the updown key scroll to and press the SELECT softkeyWP ARRIVALLOST FIXPILOTLOW Page 29 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine do I set up local and system alarmsWhere applicable local alarm threshold values can also be set From the main instrument display1 Press the CHANGE softkey to SYSTEM alarms to a value set Alarm not reported3 For LOCAL alarms use the updown key to adjust the alarm threshold valueLOCAL Page 30 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser Alarm messagesWhen the detects a fault or failure on the system it will activate one of the alarm messages listed in the following table Unless otherwise stated you should respond to the alarm by pressing standby to clear the alarm and return to manual control before you attempt to resolve the problem In some situations the will raise more than one alarm When you have dealt with the first alarm it will display the next alarmALARM CAUSE and SOLUTIONCHECK PILOTSee the main autopilot display head for inforCURRENT LIMITSerious drive failure 226 the drive is taking too much current due to shortcircuit or jamming Check the drive unitDRIVE STOPPEDThe autopilot is unable to turn the rudder this occurs if the weather load on helm is too high or if the rudder position sensor has passed beyond the preset rudder limits or rudder endstopsCheck drive and rudder position sensorLARGE XTEThis alarm will sound when you are more than 03nm from your planned track The alarm will also state if you are to the PORT or STARBOARD of the trackLRN FAIL 1 2 or 4AutoLearn not completed successfully Failure codes1 AutoLearn has not been carried out2 AutoLearn failed usually due to manual 4 AutoLearn failed probably due to drive or compass failureRepeat the AutoLearn procedure 812433book Page 31 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine POW SWAPPEDMotor cables are connected to power terminals and power cables are connected to motor terminals computer Turn off power and swap over connectionsNO DATAThe autopilot is in Track mode and225 the autopilot is not receiving SeaTalk navigation data or 225 your GPS is receiving a low strength signal this will clear when the signal improvesNote The autopilot stops adjusting the heading as soon as it loses dataNO GPS COGThe autopilot is not receiving valid COG data from your GPS system Check the connections and that your GPS unit is setup to send out COG NO GPS FIXYour GPS is receiving a low strength signal this NO PILOTThe controller is not receiving data from the autopilot Check connections and check course computer is switched 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 INCOMPLETEThe registration of your new handset cannot be completed as the system has detected other handsets in the vicinity1 Switch off all other remote handheld units and repeat the registration process2 If this error persists take your boat to open water with no other vessel within 100 ftrepeat the registration process RG FAILGyroPlus yaw sensor has failed Call a Raymarine service agentALARM CAUSE and Page 32 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideFault findingAll Raymarine products are designed to provide many years of troublefree operation We also put them through comprehensive testing and quality assurance procedures before shippingIf a fault occurs with your use the fault finding tables in this section to help identify the problem and provide a solution If you cannot resolve the problem yourself refer to the product support information ROUTE COMPLETEThis sounds on the completion of a track Press PILOT to continue on the same heading or STANDBYSHIPS BATTERYThe ships battery voltage has dropped below acceptable limits replace the ADVANCEYou have arrived at a waypoint on your route The autopilot is now requestiong permission to turn onto the next leg press PILOT to CAUSE and is blankNo power 226 press to power up the or charge the not the boat for 30 seconds at above 25kts and retryCheck autopilot turns slowly and takes a Rudder gain too low Complete AutoLearn or increase gain settingBoat overshoots when turning Rudder gain too high Complete AutoLearn or decrease gain information not not transmitting the correct position dataThe pilot will not auto advance to the next waypointNo bearing to waypoint information received from the navigatorALARM CAUSE and Page 33 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine checksThe does NOT contain any parts If you remove the main cover you will invalidate the warranty It should be serviced only by authorized Raymarine service technician As a result user maintenance is limited to the following checks225make sure all cable connectors are firmly for signs of wear or damage 226 replace any damaged cablesCleaning the care when cleaning the display Avoid wiping the display screen with a dry cloth as this could scratch the screen coating If necessary only use a mild detergentNever use chemical or abrasive materials to clean the controller If it is dirty wipe it with a clean damp clothDealer Maintenance ProceduresThis section includes procedures that have a significant impact on autopilot operation and can affect your boat222s safety You will not need to follow these procedures in normal operation We therefore recommend that these are only performed by authorised service the dealer calibration areaFrom the MAIN MENU mode press and hold SELECT for 5 seconds until the dealer calibration screen is displayedUse the updown key to scroll through the various calibration Page 34 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideHardware and Software version numbersUse this option to display the current hardware revision and the software version numbers for the At VERSION press the key to display the test to start the unit test sequence and then follow the onscreen instructions This will test the display buzzer and button to display the the status of the wireless linkHandset wireless systems require each wireless controller to be to a basestation This registration process is to prevent unauthorised control of your boat by another wireless user Note There may be instances where you want to move your controller to another boat and use it with another system In this case you will need to deregister from the current system and register with the new system You can do this using the REGISTRATION functionTo register a handsetAt REGISTRATION press If the is not registered then the display will read HANDSET NOT REGISTERED Press to start the registration processThe will now search for the basestation you can press at any time to stop the search When the basestation is found by the and registration is complete the display will read REGISTERED TO Page 35 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine For successful registration ensure that all other handheld units on your boat are turned off If you try to register a new handset with others active you will see a REGISTRATION INCOMPLETE messageTo deregister a handsetAt REGISTRATION press SELECTIf the is already registered then the display will read REGISTERED TO BASESTATION Press DEREG to continue or to cancel the operationThe will attempt to commuicate with the basestation and deregister When complete the display will read HANDSET NOT REGISTEREDIf the cannot communicate with the basestation then a BASE NOT FOUND message will be displayed It is still possible to deregister the at this point by pressing SELECT To leave without deregistering press EXITFactory ResetThis option will clear all settings from the Press and hold key for 2 seconds to activate the resetNote A reset does not alter the registration status of the TO USE812433book Page 36 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideProduct products are supported by a worldwide network of distributors and Authorized Service If you encounter any difficulties with this product please contact either your national distributor service representative or the Raymarine Technical Services Call Center Refer to the back cover or for contact details If you cannot trace or rectify the fault contact your nearest Raymarine dealer or Service Center specifyingThe serial numbers225the controller serial number is printed on its rear cover225the controller software version Page 37 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Page 38 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideProduct equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the instructions contained in this handbook Failure to do so could result in poor product performance personal injury andor damage to your boat Before installing the and basestation check that they are the correct voltage for your boat222s supply As correct performance of the boat222s steering is critical for safety we STRONGLY RECOMMEND that an fits this product WARNING Electrical safetyMake sure the power supply is switched off before you make any electrical connections WARNING CalibrationWe supply this product calibratshould provide initial stable performance for most boats To ensure optimum performance complete the AutoLearn procedure as described in your autopilot Navigation aidAlthough we have designed this product to be accurate and reliable many factors can affect its performance As a result it should only be used as an aid to navigation and should never replace common sense and navigational judgement Always maintain a permanent watch so you can respond to situations as they develop 812433book Page 39 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Autopilot controllerIf the wireless controller is your only method of operating the autopilot ensure that your system includes a readily g off the autopilot power supplyYour will add a new dimension to your boating enjoyment However it is the skipper222s responsibility to ensure the safety of the boat at all times by following these basic rules225Ensure that someone is present at the helm AT ALL TIMES to take manual control in an sure that all members of crew know how to disengage the check for other boats and any obstacles to navigation 226 no matter how clear the sea may appear a dangerous situation can develop an accurate record of the boat222s position by using either a navigation aid or visual a continuous plot of your boat222s 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 226 the autopilot cannot225Even 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 significant 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 exceed 60272C 140272FDo not attempt to dismantle the or any of its Page 40 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideOnly use with the lanyard supplied with your or a spare supplied by off your system at a refuelling point even if you are not refuelling your own vesselThe operation of some medical electronic devices such as hearing aids and pacemakers may be affected if a controller is used next to them Observe the manufacturers for such devicesRadio frequency energyYour and base station both low power radio transmitters and receivers When they are turned on they intermittently receive and transmit radio frequency RFy radio wavesExposure to radio frequency energyThe is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to RF energy set by national authorities and international health agencies These limits establish permitted levels of radio wave exposure for the general population An example of a radio frequency exposure guideline and standard that the is designed to conform to is BS EN 503712002 Generic standard to demonstrate the compliance of lowpower electronic and electrical apparatus with the basic restrictions related to human exposure to fieldsFCC devices comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules Operation is subject to the following two conditions 1ese devices may not cause harmful interference and 2ese devices must accept interference received including interference that may cause undesired or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved in writing by Raymarine could violate compliance with FCC rules and void the users authority to operate the Page 41 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine from Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEEectiveThe Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEEDirective requires the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment Whilst the WEEE Directive does not apply to some of Raymarine222s products we support its policy and ask you to be aware of how to dispose of this productThe crossed out wheelie bin symbol illustrated above and found on our products signifies that this product should not be disposed of in general waste or landfillPlease contact your local dealer national distributor or Raymarine Technical Services for information on product disposalThe Smart Controller and Base Station are part of a Raymarine autopilot and system intended for use on leisure vessels and small of Raymarine UK Ltd declare that the and Basestation are in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the Directive 19995ECThe original Declaration of Conformity certificate may be viewed on the relevant product page at Page 42 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideEMC GuidelinesAll Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine environment Their design and manufacture conforms to the appropriate Compatibility EMCandards but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised Connection to other equipmentIf your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipment using a cable not supplied by Raymarine a suppression ferrite MUST always be attached to the cable near to the Raymarine unitTo the best of our knowledge the information in this handbook was correct when it went to press However Raymarine cannot accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions it may contain In addition our policy of continuous product improvement may change specifications without notice As a result Raymarine cannot accept liability for any differences between the product and the handbook SeaTalk is a Registered Trademark of RaymarineAll other trademarks used in this document are Copyright Raymarine UK Ltd812433book Page 43 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812422book Page 21 Wednesday October 12 2005 259 PM812422book Page 21 Wednesday October 12 2005 259 PM812422book Page 21 Wednesday October 12 2005 259 digitally encoded machine readable software for producing the Typefaces licensed to you is copyrighted Page 21 Wednesday October 12 2005 259 PMUser GuideGetting StartedHow do I power the unit onoff 7Keylock 7Using your do I view instrument data 9How do I see all the available data 10How do I use the autopilot 11How do I automatically steer straight 12How do I follow a route from my GPS 13How do I follow a circle pattern 14How do I follow a zigzag pattern 15How do I follow a cloverleaf pattern 16How do I steer to a fixed wind angle 17How do I tack using the autopilot 18How do I dodge an obstacle 19Setting up your do I change a favourite page 21How do I change the page layout 22How do I change page content 23How do I show or hide pages 24How do I change the pattern direction 25How do I change my boat type 26How do I adjust the handset and do I set up alarms Alarm messages 31Fault finding 33General maintenance 34Product Support 37Important Safety Use 42Declaration of Conformity 42EMC Guidelines 42Handbook Information 43812433book Page 3 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine started 812433book Page 4 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideBattery power and signal strengthThe battery power 5 on the left hand side of the display Your will sound an alarm when battery power is running lowWireless signal strength is shown similarly on the right hand side of the the using the for the first time you will need to charge the unit To charge the simply place it into the cradle pull open the rubber cover on the base and connect the charging cable CAUTION Do not use any other cable to charge the unitThe battery power indicator will flash during charging The recommended charge time is approximately five hours Once fully charged the battery indicator will stop flashingThe can also be charged whenever you wish without affecting Page 5 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Use to activate the autopilotExit cancel or back When off press to power on the ACTION Performs softkey functionset of valuesNAVIGATE STARBOARDUse in PILOT mode to power steer your boat Press and hold for Smart SteerSTANDBY control of your boat when in PILOT PORT Use in PILOT modeto power steer your boat Press and812433book Page 6 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideHow do I power the unit onoffPower onPress and hold the button The handset will beep the display will show the first instrument data page and you222re ready to goPower offPress and hold the button for 3 seconds The display will countdown to zero and will then go blank Note You cannot power off the handset when the autopilot is in control of your using your you can temporarily lock the autopilot keys to ensure that it is not accidentally operated Access to the instrument pages is unaffected by the keylockHow do I activate the keylockPress and hold the mode button until you see the 223KEYLOCK ACTIVE224 message A key symbol will also be displayed on the instrument data pagesNote You cannot activate keylock when the autopilot is in control of your boatHow do I turn off the keylockmode followed by unlock A 223KEYLOCK OFF224 message will be Page 7 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Page 8 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideYour can display up to 8 pages of boat information Each page can be set to show 12 or 4 data items or to view information graphically When the autopilot is enabled an extra P page is added to the favourites showing autopilot specific the main instrument display1 Press the key to page2 The number of the page hand corner3 Press the softkey to Example Screens 47FT 11KTSXTE 035NMBTWDTWIf you only ever use a few favourite pages usethe PAGE ONOFF feature to turn off the rest812433book Page 9 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine do I see all the available dataYou can display all the available SeaTalk data in a list for reference This is particularly useful when checking the availability of data or SHOW ALL DATA ALL DATADEPTH 47 FTSPEED 11 KTSSOG 97 KTSVMG W KTSBACKWhen planning your favourite pages use SHOWALL DATA to see what data will be shownFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll toSHOW ALL DATA and press the SELECT softkey3 All of the available SeaTalk data present value Use the updown key to scroll through the data Where the is no data present Example Page 10 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideYou can change your boat type in the autopilotYour autopilot can steer your boat according to one of its preset modes The modes that are available are dependant on your boat and autopilot type Each of these are explained on the following pagesAvailable Page 11 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine do I automatically steer straightFrom any screen1 Steer your boat onto the desired 2 Check that there are no obstructions 3 Press the PILOT key to activate PILOTActivates autopilot inAUTO modeSTANDBYTo continue on your current heading under autopilot control use the AUTO mode This will steer you in a straight line ahead until commanded otherwise AUTO mode can be used in conjunction with SMARTSTEER to give you remote powersteering control of your boatAUTO mode is also available for selection Page 12 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideHow do I follow a route from my autopilotin TRACK modeyou reach TRACKPress when asked when asked toYour autopilot can follow a route that you have previously set on your GPS or Chartplotter Ensure that your is sending valid SeaTalk or NMEA 0183 dataFrom any screenTRACK is displayedPILOT to activate TRACK mode3 If a valid route is received the it will steer to Press PILOT Note At each waypoint required Press PILOT Page 13 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine do I follow a circle patternWhen you select CIRCLE mode your current position is marked as the center of the circle pattern Your autopilot will now gently steer your boat into the circle of the selected sizeFrom any screen2 Use the STARBOARD keys to change the size S M or L3 Press the PILOT key to activate Sml Med or Largeactivates your circles are gradually becoming larger Page 14 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser any screenZIGZAG is displayed2 Use the STARBOARD keys to change the size S M or L3 Press the PILOT key to activate Sml Med or Largeyou reach autopilotin ZIG ZAG modePILOTWhen you enter ZIGZAG mode the autopilot will use your current position and heading as the center line of the zigzag The autopilot Fishing patterns are designed to work at speeds up to 15kts Check your speed before Page 15 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine you enter CLOVERLEAF mode the autopilot will use your current position as the center point The autopilot will then steer your boat through a series of starboard turns repeatedly intersecting the CLOVERLEAFSml Med or Largeyou reach autopilotin CLOVERLEAF modePILOTFrom any is displayed2 Use the STARBOARD keys to change the size S M or L3 Press the PILOT key to activate You can change the pattern direction in PILOT SETUP See section 3812433book Page 16 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideHow do I steer to a fixed wind anglePILOTyou reach WINDactivates autopilot incurrent wind angleIf your boat is equipped with a wind transducer you can set the autopilot to steer at a fixed angle to the wind WIND mode You can adjust this angle to suit your needsFrom any screenPILOT to activate WIND mode3 The current wind angle will be displayed Use the STARBOARD keys to change For best results when heading upwind sail Page 17 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine in WIND mode you can use the autopilot to execute a tack maneuver The degree of turn is set by the autopilot Refer to the TACKPILOTFrom any screenTACK is displayed2 Use the STARBOARD keys to select the TACK directionPILOT you reach TACKTACK Page 18 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideWhen used with SMARTSTEER enabled autopilots command will activate SMARTSTEEREven when the autopilot is activated you are are still able to override it If for example you encounter an obstacle or you just wish to change direction by a few degrees This allows you to effectively powersteer your boatWith the autopilot activated1 A brief press of the STARBOARD key will make a direction Use this method for 2 A press and hold of the STARBOARD key will 3 The autopilot will resume on With the autopilot Page 19 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Setting upyour Page 20 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideCHANGE PAGESYou can change the appearance content and layout of up to 8 favourite data pages Set these up to best suit your boating needsWhen viewing a favourite page Press and hold theThe selected favourite page can now be configuredFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll toCHANGE PAGES and press the SELECT softkey3 Using the updown key scroll to and press the SELECT OFFPAGE 1812433book Page 21 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine selected favourite page can now be configuredYou can change the layout of each favourite pageIf you only ever use a few favourite pages usethe PAGE ONOFF feature to turn off the restLAYOUTFrom the change page screenselects the next available the change page screen1 Using the updown key scroll toLAYOUT2 Press the CHANGE softkey to options The icon to the left 3 Press the ACCEPT softkey to pageXTE OFFPAGE 1812433book Page 22 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideACCEPTYou can change the content of each favourite pageIf you only ever use a few favourite pages usethe PAGE ONOFF feature to turn off the restFrom the change page 47FTSPEED 11KTSAWS 23KTSExample screenFrom the change page screen1 Using the updown key scroll CHANGE softkey The current 2 The selected data element will background Where you have displayed use the softkey to wish to change3 Use the updown control to scroll through the available selection When complete press the ACCEPT softkey to save 812433book Page 23 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine a larger display size to make it stand outUse as many or as few data pages as you like The page onoff option allows you to only display those data pages you really want to seeExample OFFPAGE 1PAGE ONOFFFrom the change page screenToggles Page OnOffFrom the change page screen1 Using the updown key scroll toPAGE ON or PAGE OFF2 The label displayed indicated selected page This will also the icon 3 Press the CHANGE softkey to 812433book Page 24 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideHow do I change the pattern directionPILOT can change the autopilot pattern screenTurns to starboard directionFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll toPILOT SETTINGS and press the SELECT softkey3 Use the updown key to scroll down to the PATTERN option between CLOCKWISE and ANTICLOCKWISE patterns When you are done press BACK to return AUTOLEARN STARTBOAT TYPE FISHINGPILOT CHANGEPATTERN Page 25 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine you own a powerboat and still require set the boat type to SAILExample screenPILOT SETTINGSBOAT TYPEPOWER FISHING SAILYour can be set to suit the type of vessel to which it is fitted This ensures that the user interface will offer you the most relevant features AUTOLEARN STARTBOAT TYPE FISHINGPILOT CHANGEPATTERN SETTINGSFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll toPILOT SETTINGS and press the SELECT softkey3 Use the updown key to scroll down to the BOAT TYPE between POWER FISHING and SAIL types When you are done press BACK to return to the 812433book Page 26 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideTo extend battery life set the backlight to theExample screenYour can be set to display information appropriate to your current location in the format you require The User Settings menu allows you to set this up HEADING MAGDATE USTIME 24 HRTIME OFFSET 50HBACKLIGHT 10SCONTRAST 12BACKUSER SETTINGSFrom the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to using the updown key scroll the SELECT softkey2 Use the updown key to scroll to the item you wish to change setting value3 When you are done press BACK to return to the main 812433book Page 27 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Page 28 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideYou can configure which alarms to you want the to report From the main instrument display1 Press the MENU softkey to 2 Using the updown key scroll SELECT softkey3 Using the updown key scroll to and press the SELECT softkeyWP ARRIVALLOST FIXPILOTLOW Page 29 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine do I set up local and system alarmsWhere applicable local alarm threshold values can also be set From the main instrument display1 Press the CHANGE softkey to SYSTEM alarms to a value set Alarm not reported3 For LOCAL alarms use the updown key to adjust the alarm threshold valueLOCAL Page 30 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser Alarm messagesWhen the detects a fault or failure on the system it will activate one of the alarm messages listed in the following table Unless otherwise stated you should respond to the alarm by pressing standby to clear the alarm and return to manual control before you attempt to resolve the problem In some situations the will raise more than one alarm When you have dealt with the first alarm it will display the next alarmALARM CAUSE and SOLUTIONCHECK PILOTSee the main autopilot display head for inforCURRENT LIMITSerious drive failure 226 the drive is taking too much current due to shortcircuit or jamming Check the drive unitDRIVE STOPPEDThe autopilot is unable to turn the rudder this occurs if the weather load on helm is too high or if the rudder position sensor has passed beyond the preset rudder limits or rudder endstopsCheck drive and rudder position sensorLARGE XTEThis alarm will sound when you are more than 03nm from your planned track The alarm will also state if you are to the PORT or STARBOARD of the trackLRN FAIL 1 2 or 4AutoLearn not completed successfully Failure codes1 AutoLearn has not been carried out2 AutoLearn failed usually due to manual 4 AutoLearn failed probably due to drive or compass failureRepeat the AutoLearn procedure 812433book Page 31 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine POW SWAPPEDMotor cables are connected to power terminals and power cables are connected to motor terminals computer Turn off power and swap over connectionsNO DATAThe autopilot is in Track mode and225 the autopilot is not receiving SeaTalk navigation data or 225 your GPS is receiving a low strength signal this will clear when the signal improvesNote The autopilot stops adjusting the heading as soon as it loses dataNO GPS COGThe autopilot is not receiving valid COG data from your GPS system Check the connections and that your GPS unit is setup to send out COG NO GPS FIXYour GPS is receiving a low strength signal this NO PILOTThe controller is not receiving data from the autopilot Check connections and check course computer is switched 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 INCOMPLETEThe registration of your new handset cannot be completed as the system has detected other handsets in the vicinity1 Switch off all other remote handheld units and repeat the registration process2 If this error persists take your boat to open water with no other vessel within 100 ftrepeat the registration process RG FAILGyroPlus yaw sensor has failed Call a Raymarine service agentALARM CAUSE and Page 32 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideFault findingAll Raymarine products are designed to provide many years of troublefree operation We also put them through comprehensive testing and quality assurance procedures before shippingIf a fault occurs with your use the fault finding tables in this section to help identify the problem and provide a solution If you cannot resolve the problem yourself refer to the product support information ROUTE COMPLETEThis sounds on the completion of a track Press PILOT to continue on the same heading or STANDBYSHIPS BATTERYThe ships battery voltage has dropped below acceptable limits replace the ADVANCEYou have arrived at a waypoint on your route The autopilot is now requestiong permission to turn onto the next leg press PILOT to CAUSE and is blankNo power 226 press to power up the or charge the not the boat for 30 seconds at above 25kts and retryCheck autopilot turns slowly and takes a Rudder gain too low Complete AutoLearn or increase gain settingBoat overshoots when turning Rudder gain too high Complete AutoLearn or decrease gain information not not transmitting the correct position dataThe pilot will not auto advance to the next waypointNo bearing to waypoint information received from the navigatorALARM CAUSE and Page 33 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine checksThe does NOT contain any parts If you remove the main cover you will invalidate the warranty It should be serviced only by authorized Raymarine service technician As a result user maintenance is limited to the following checks225make sure all cable connectors are firmly for signs of wear or damage 226 replace any damaged cablesCleaning the care when cleaning the display Avoid wiping the display screen with a dry cloth as this could scratch the screen coating If necessary only use a mild detergentNever use chemical or abrasive materials to clean the controller If it is dirty wipe it with a clean damp clothDealer Maintenance ProceduresThis section includes procedures that have a significant impact on autopilot operation and can affect your boat222s safety You will not need to follow these procedures in normal operation We therefore recommend that these are only performed by authorised service the dealer calibration areaFrom the MAIN MENU mode press and hold SELECT for 5 seconds until the dealer calibration screen is displayedUse the updown key to scroll through the various calibration Page 34 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideHardware and Software version numbersUse this option to display the current hardware revision and the software version numbers for the At VERSION press the key to display the test to start the unit test sequence and then follow the onscreen instructions This will test the display buzzer and button to display the the status of the wireless linkHandset wireless systems require each wireless controller to be to a basestation This registration process is to prevent unauthorised control of your boat by another wireless user Note There may be instances where you want to move your controller to another boat and use it with another system In this case you will need to deregister from the current system and register with the new system You can do this using the REGISTRATION functionTo register a handsetAt REGISTRATION press If the is not registered then the display will read HANDSET NOT REGISTERED Press to start the registration processThe will now search for the basestation you can press at any time to stop the search When the basestation is found by the and registration is complete the display will read REGISTERED TO Page 35 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine For successful registration ensure that all other handheld units on your boat are turned off If you try to register a new handset with others active you will see a REGISTRATION INCOMPLETE messageTo deregister a handsetAt REGISTRATION press SELECTIf the is already registered then the display will read REGISTERED TO BASESTATION Press DEREG to continue or to cancel the operationThe will attempt to commuicate with the basestation and deregister When complete the display will read HANDSET NOT REGISTEREDIf the cannot communicate with the basestation then a BASE NOT FOUND message will be displayed It is still possible to deregister the at this point by pressing SELECT To leave without deregistering press EXITFactory ResetThis option will clear all settings from the Press and hold key for 2 seconds to activate the resetNote A reset does not alter the registration status of the TO USE812433book Page 36 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideProduct products are supported by a worldwide network of distributors and Authorized Service If you encounter any difficulties with this product please contact either your national distributor service representative or the Raymarine Technical Services Call Center Refer to the back cover or for contact details If you cannot trace or rectify the fault contact your nearest Raymarine dealer or Service Center specifyingThe serial numbers225the controller serial number is printed on its rear cover225the controller software version Page 37 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Page 38 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideProduct equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the instructions contained in this handbook Failure to do so could result in poor product performance personal injury andor damage to your boat Before installing the and basestation check that they are the correct voltage for your boat222s supply As correct performance of the boat222s steering is critical for safety we STRONGLY RECOMMEND that an fits this product WARNING Electrical safetyMake sure the power supply is switched off before you make any electrical connections WARNING CalibrationWe supply this product calibratshould provide initial stable performance for most boats To ensure optimum performance complete the AutoLearn procedure as described in your autopilot Navigation aidAlthough we have designed this product to be accurate and reliable many factors can affect its performance As a result it should only be used as an aid to navigation and should never replace common sense and navigational judgement Always maintain a permanent watch so you can respond to situations as they develop 812433book Page 39 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine Autopilot controllerIf the wireless controller is your only method of operating the autopilot ensure that your system includes a readily g off the autopilot power supplyYour will add a new dimension to your boating enjoyment However it is the skipper222s responsibility to ensure the safety of the boat at all times by following these basic rules225Ensure that someone is present at the helm AT ALL TIMES to take manual control in an sure that all members of crew know how to disengage the check for other boats and any obstacles to navigation 226 no matter how clear the sea may appear a dangerous situation can develop an accurate record of the boat222s position by using either a navigation aid or visual a continuous plot of your boat222s 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 226 the autopilot cannot225Even 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 significant 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 exceed 60272C 140272FDo not attempt to dismantle the or any of its Page 40 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideOnly use with the lanyard supplied with your or a spare supplied by off your system at a refuelling point even if you are not refuelling your own vesselThe operation of some medical electronic devices such as hearing aids and pacemakers may be affected if a controller is used next to them Observe the manufacturers for such devicesRadio frequency energyYour and base station both low power radio transmitters and receivers When they are turned on they intermittently receive and transmit radio frequency RFy radio wavesExposure to radio frequency energyThe is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to RF energy set by national authorities and international health agencies These limits establish permitted levels of radio wave exposure for the general population An example of a radio frequency exposure guideline and standard that the is designed to conform to is BS EN 503712002 Generic standard to demonstrate the compliance of lowpower electronic and electrical apparatus with the basic restrictions related to human exposure to fieldsFCC devices comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules Operation is subject to the following two conditions 1ese devices may not cause harmful interference and 2ese devices must accept interference received including interference that may cause undesired or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved in writing by Raymarine could violate compliance with FCC rules and void the users authority to operate the Page 41 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMRaymarine from Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEEectiveThe Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEEDirective requires the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment Whilst the WEEE Directive does not apply to some of Raymarine222s products we support its policy and ask you to be aware of how to dispose of this productThe crossed out wheelie bin symbol illustrated above and found on our products signifies that this product should not be disposed of in general waste or landfillPlease contact your local dealer national distributor or Raymarine Technical Services for information on product disposalThe Smart Controller and Base Station are part of a Raymarine autopilot and system intended for use on leisure vessels and small of Raymarine UK Ltd declare that the and Basestation are in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the Directive 19995ECThe original Declaration of Conformity certificate may be viewed on the relevant product page at Page 42 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PMUser GuideEMC GuidelinesAll Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine environment Their design and manufacture conforms to the appropriate Compatibility EMCandards but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised Connection to other equipmentIf your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipment using a cable not supplied by Raymarine a suppression ferrite MUST always be attached to the cable near to the Raymarine unitTo the best of our knowledge the information in this handbook was correct when it went to press However Raymarine cannot accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions it may contain In addition our policy of continuous product improvement may change specifications without notice As a result Raymarine cannot accept liability for any differences between the product and the handbook SeaTalk is a Registered Trademark of RaymarineAll other trademarks used in this document are Copyright Raymarine UK Ltd812433book Page 43 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812422book Page 21 Wednesday October 12 2005 259 PM812422book Page 21 Wednesday October 12 2005 259 PM812422book Page 21 Wednesday October 12 2005 259 nameV3ugpost prep8MF digitally encoded machine readable software for producing the Typefaces licensed to you is copyrighted cccc812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 PM812422book Page 21 Wednesday October 12 2005 259 PMlocaKLmaxp nameV3ugpost prep8MF digitally encoded machine readable software for producing the Typefaces licensed to you is copyrighted cccc812433book Page 44 Wednesday March 29 2006 404 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