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  • Humminbird NMEA 2000

    Installation and Operation

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    NMEA 2000 - References

    Manual PN 531989-1A contains 40 pages of installation and setup guidance and is included with the Ethernet to NMEA2000 Gateway

    Install Guide PN 531951-1A contains 4 pages of installation and connection information and is included with the Ethernet Switch

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    NMEA 2000 - Installation

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    NMEA 2000 - Installation

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    NMEA 2000 - Installation

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    NMEA 2000 - Installation

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    NMEA 2000 - Installation

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    NMEA 2000 - Installation

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    NMEA 2000 – PGN Support

    PGN is the Parameter Group Number which defines the type of data being transmitted or received

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    NMEA 2000 - Sources

    • NMEA2K Gateway is under the Accessory Tab

    • Select sources for each data type needed

    • Setup and enter any offsets for depth, temperature, speed or heading

    • Setup and enter units of measurement

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    NMEA 2000 - Sources

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    NMEA 2000 – GPS Selection

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    NMEA 2000 – GPS Selection

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    NMEA 2000 – Alarms

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    NMEA 2000 – X-Press View

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    NMEA 2000 - Views

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    NMEA 2000 - Views

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    NMEA 2000 - Views

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    NMEA 2000 - Views

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    NMEA 2000 - Readouts

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    NMEA 2000 - Readouts

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    NMEA 2000 - Readouts

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    Humminbird RADAR

    Installation and Operational Overview

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    RADAR Installation – AS 12RD2KW

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    RADAR Installation – AS 21RD4KW

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    RADAR Installation

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    RADAR Installation

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    RADAR Installation

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    RADAR Installation

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    RADAR Menu

    • Located under the Main Menu, Accessories Tab

    • Used to access the Radar Installation menu and other less frequently adjusted radar settings.

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    RADAR Menu – Transmission Time

    • Used to adjust the amount of time the RADAR transmits before stopping (1-60 seconds).

    • Used to adjust the amount of time the RADAR transmits before restarting (1-60 seconds).

    • There are two types of transmissions – continuous and timed. • A Timed Transmission is useful for conserving power. This is

    often used in sailing applications or when not running engines and helps extend battery run time.

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    Radar Menu - Installation

    • Used for initial setup/installation of RADAR.

    • It should not need to be adjusted or changed by user after the installation has been completed.

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    Radar Menu – Installation

    • Used to Auto Tune the RADAR.

    • Should not need to be used unless user perceives an obvious problem or when major service has been performed on the radar.

    • If used, Auto Tune needs to be accomplished in an open relatively unobstructed area.

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    Radar Menu – Installation

    • Adjusts the return so that long straight lines appear straight on the display.

    • Too much trigger delay pulls objects into the center of the display.

    • Too little trigger delay pushes objects away from the center of the display.

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    Radar Menu – Installation; Trigger Delay Too High

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    Radar Menu – Installation; Trigger Delay Too Low

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    Radar Menu – Installation; Trigger Delay Correct

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    Radar Menu – Installation

    • Used to filter out the Main Bang return in the immediate vicinity of the RADAR/boat.

    • Too much MBS will filter out close objects like boats and buoys.

    • Too little MBS leaves noise on the return that can hide close objects like boats and buoys.

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    Radar Menu – Installation; MBS Too Low

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    Radar Menu – Installation; MBS Almost…right

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    Radar Menu – Installation; MBS Correct

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    Radar Menu – Installation

    • Used to prevent the RADAR from transmitting in a certain direction.

    • Useful if the RADAR is installed on a fly bridge behind the user head or in front of their feet.

    • After setup RADAR shows where the blanked sector is for safety reasons.

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    Radar Menu – Sector Blanking Active

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    Radar Menu – Installation

    • Used to calibrate the heading of the RADAR with the keel of the boat.

    • Each installation will be slightly different so heading lines will have to be adjusted on the water

    • Using a finite target (usually a buoy or a small island/building) adjust heading line until RADAR return and boat are lines up on the same target.

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    Radar Menu – Installation; Heading Line: Incorrect

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    Radar Menu – Installation; Heading Line Corrected

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    RADAR Menu

    • Filters noise from RADARs on other boats

    • There are three palettes (Red, Green, Yellow)

    • Turns Range Rings On/Off

    • Turns Bearing Scale On/Off

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    RADAR Menu – Range Rings / Bearing Scale ON

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    RADAR Menu – Range Rings / Bearing Scale OFF

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    RADAR Views – Radar only

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    RADAR Views – Split Chart and Radar

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    RADAR – Marking Targets on Chart with RADAR

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    X-Press Menu

    • Accessed from the RADAR views.

    • Press MENU key once to open.

    • Displays settings needed for general RADAR use.

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    X-Press Menu - Transmission

    • Used to start a RADAR continuous transmission.

    • Used to start a timed RADAR transmission

    • Used to stop a RADAR transmission.

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    X-Press Menu - Gain

    • Adjusts the strength of the displayed RADAR return.

    • Works just like Sensitivity on Sonar views.

    • Adjustable from 0 to 255

    • User should adjust Gain for each range as the gain settings are individually saved for each individual range.

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    X-Press Menu – Gain: Too Low

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    X-Press Menu – Gain: Too High

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    X-Press Menu – Gain: Correct

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    X-Press Menu - STC

    • STC

    – Slow Time Constant

    • Used to filter out noise in the radar return due to waves.

    • Adjustable from 0 to 255

    • User should adjust STC setting for each RADAR range setting depending on water conditions.

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    X-Press Menu – STC: Too High

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    X-Press Menu – STC: Too Low

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    X-Press Menu – STC: Correct

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    X-Press Menu - FTC

    • FTC – Fast Time Constant

    • Used to filter out noise in the RADAR return due to rain or snow.

    • Adjustable from 0 to 8 • FTC is common between all

    RADAR ranges. • User should adjust FTC

    depending on weather conditions.

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    X-Press Menu – FTC: Too High

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    X-Press Menu – FTC: Correct

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    X-Press Menu - Range

    • Can also be adjusted using ZOOM keys.

    • AS 12RD2KW is adjustable from 0.125nm to 24 nm.

    • AS 21RD4KW is adjustable from 0.125nm to 36

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