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Eagle Ultra II Installation And Operation Instructions Manual

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DEPTH
ALARMS
The
depth alarms sound
atone
when the
bottom signal goes
shallower than
the
shallow
alarm's
setting
or
deeper than
the
deep alarm's setting.
For
example,
if
you set the
shallow
alarm
to
ten feet,
the
alarm will
sound
a
tone
if
the bottom
sig-
nal is
less
than
ten feet.
It
will
continue
to
sound until
you.
mute
it
or
until
the bottom
goes'
deeperthan 10 feet. The
deep
alarmworksjustthe
opposite.
goes
deeperthan the
alarm's
digital
bottom
depth signals.
N
alarms
can be used
at the
sac
To
set the
depth alarms,
first
next
to
the
"Set Depth Alarm:
appears.
To adjust
the
shallow
alarm
press the key nextto the
"Shal
low"
label. To
adjust
the
dee
alarm,
press
the
key nexttoth
"Deep" label. Both alarms ad
just
identically. We'll
use
th
shallow alarm
as an
example
Pressing
the key next
to
th
"Shallow"
label
movestheblac
box from the
"OFF" postion
the number on the
right side
the
arrow.
Anew label
appear
at
the bottom of the
screei
CHANGE LIMIT." Press
the
l
as
shown
at the top of
the ne
right
side of the unit
to
enter
in
this
example.
MENU
-
PAGE
1
CHART
SPEED
The rate
echoes
scroll
across
the
screen
is called
the
chart
speed.
It's
adjustable
by first
pressing
the
menu key, then
pressing
the
key adjacent
to
the
"ADJUST
CHART
SPEED"
label. The
chart
speed
menu
appears at the
bottom
of
the
screen. Increase
the
chart
speed by
pressing
the
right ar-
row key or
decrease
it
by
pressing
the left arrow
key.
The
percentage
of
chartspeed
in
use
changes
as
the
arrow
keys are
pressed.
The bar chart also gives a
graphical indication
of
the
chart
speed. You can
seethe
change
on the
screen
(both on the
menu
and on the chart
record)
as you
press
the
keys.
After
you've
made
the
adjustment,
press
the
CLEAR
key to
erase
GRAYLINE®
GRAYLINE lets
you
distinguish between
strong and weak echoes. It
"paints" gray
on
targets that
are
stronger
than
a preset
value.
This allows
you
to
tell the difference
between
a
hard
and soft
bottom.
For example, a
soft,
muddy
or weedy bottom
returns
a
weaker
signal
which
is
shown with
a
narrow
or
no
gray line.
A
hard
bottom
returns
a
strong
signal
which
causes
a
wide
gray line.
If you
have
two
signals
of
equal size,
one with
gray
and
the
other without,
then
the
target with gray is
the
stronger signal.
This
helps distinguish
weeds from trees on
the
bottom,
or fish from
structure.
GRAYLINE
is
adjustable. Since GRAYLINE shows
the difference
be-
tween strong and weak
signals, adjusting
the
sensitivity
may require a
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ts
A
different GRAYLINE level,
also. The
level
chosen by the Ultra
II
at
power
on is usually
adequate
for most
conditions.
Experiment with your unit
to
find the
GRAYLINE
setting
that's best
for
you.
To adjust
GRAYLINE, press
the
MENU key,
then press the
key adjacent
to the
"ADJUST
GRAYLINE" label.
A
screen
similar
to the
one
at
right
ap-
pears. Now press the left
arrow
keyto decrease
the
gray
level.
Press
the
right
arrow key
to
increase
it.
The
percentage of
GRAYLINE in
use changes
as
the
arrow keys are pressed.
The barchart
also
gives
a
graphical indication
of the
GRAYLINE level.
You can see
the
change
on the
screen (both
on
the
menu
and on the chart record) as you press
the
keys. After you've
made
the
adjustment,
press
the
CLEAR
key
to
erase
the
menu.
FISH I.D.
The
Fish I.D.
feature
identifies
targets that
meet certain
conditions as
fish.
The
micro-computer analyses
all
echoes
and eliminates
surface clutter,
thermoclines,
and
other signals that are
undesirable. In
most
instances,
remaining
targets
are fish.
The Fish
I.D.
feature displays
symbols
on
the
screen
in
place
of
the actual fish echoes. There
are
fourfish symbol
sizes:
tiny, small, medium,
and
large.
These are used
to
designate the
relative
size
between targets.
In other words,
it
displays
a
small fish symbol
when
it thinks
a
target is
a
small fish,
a
medium fish symbol
on
a
larger target,
etc.
The
micro-computer
is
sophisticated,
but
it
can be
fooled.
It
cannot
distinguish between
fish and other suspended objects such as
trotlines,
turtles,
submerged
floats, air bubbles, etc. Individual tree
limbs extending
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the
menu.
To stop the
chart,
press the
"STOP"
key
in
the unit's lower
left
corner.
To start the
chart,
press
the
"STOP"
key again.
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  • Page 1

    MENU DEPTH ALARMS atone depth alarms sound CHART Alard when the bottom signal goes The rate shallow shallower than bar. deeper than alarm's setting speed. alar deep alarm's setting. pressing alarn you set the shallow example, pressing navi! alarm ten feet, alarm will tone the bottom...

  • Page 2

    ZONE adjacent Note: the zone bar on turns the zone alarm also Turning DIGITAL SONAR the Ultra II is turned on for the first time, the When digital depth top left corner This display comes from a located screen. unit...

  • Page 3

    Automatic RANGE When turned on for the first time, the Ultra II the lower half screen. bottom signal automatic function. and is part while the unit is in automatic.

  • Page 4

    Ultra II that built system water sitivity conditions, and speed, you the best display possible press the right arrow In sonar you press combating noise.

  • Page 5

    PDF compression, OCR, web-optimization with CVISION's PdfCompressor However,therearetimeswhenyoumaywanttoturntheASPfeatureoff. This allows you the ASP key next to level CLEAR DISTANCE LOG (Ultra II Plus Only) The Ultra II This feature starts on. To reset the distance log to zero, press the "CLEAR DISTANCE LOG" label appears, from "DEPTH"...

  • Page 6

    Eagle The transducer with the Ultra II has angle. supplied wide cone angle transducers (20 degrees) angle. Typically, shallow water operating in medium depths. allows you to see more of...

  • Page 7

    VIEWING WINDOWS OPTIONS of the To see available win- WIN- options, press then DOWS key, press the MENU key. press to the "MAIN MENU" adjacent label. Finally, press to the "VIEW ALL WIN- next WATER label. The screen at DOWS" right appears.

  • Page 8

    For from 45 example, the better will screen resolution Ultra II iswiththeZoom Thisfeature expandsthe feature. easier to see detail. best results, without too much noise on possible getting this should work method deep water, If you see when the unit is fish signals fish symbolswhen the Fish l.D.

  • Page 9

    "A" as shown at the in another, window, battery voltage are differentonthe Ultra II and Ultra II Thewindow Note: options more groups. However, selecting Ultra It Plus has of the units. groups is...

  • Page 10

    These used keys are make menu selections and move oblects on the screen. The ON key turns the Ultra II HOLD the Off key turn Press and Ultra II General seconds approximately first turned at the on.

  • Page 11

    Portable can use the also Ice-Dapter II, ice fishing. See your dealer for used PLUS SPEEDITEMP SENSOR ULTRA The Ultra II Plus has a speed/temperature this sensor lets mounting. Installing (log). Installation instructions distance temperature, and temp sensor are separate manual.

  • Page 12

    3. The water may be deeper than the sonar's the sonar can't find the bottom signal while it's will flash It may digital continuously. change than the water you are in. If this happens, mode, then change realistic one, range sensitivity.

  • Page 13

    With rest the water, boat electrical equipment also. Turn your Ultra II on, then turn off ASP off, There should be steady bottom Processing). Now turn on equipment on the each electrical piece Forexample, turn onthe bilge display.

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    The eagle II portable is not the same power source as the eagle II, this is useless to me since it's the power source I'm missing and don't know if there's a custom battery pack or just 2 standard 6volts and have to figure out how to ladder together for wiring. Not the same don't assume you can group manuals. This one is useless