Raymarine RL70C Owner's Handbook Manual

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    Distributed by Any reference to Raytheon or RTN in this manual should be interpreted as Raymarine. The names Raytheon and RTN are owned by the Raytheon Company.

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    HSB Series LCD Display Owner’s Handbook Document number: 81163_1 Date: 1st September 1999...

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    It is recommended that the radar scanner is mounted out of range of personnel (above head height). Avoid looking directly at the antenna as your eyes are the most sensitive part of the body to electromagnetic energy.

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    RAYTHEON MARINE products are supported by a network of Authorized Service Representatives. For information on Raytheon products and services, contact either of the following: UNITED STATES EUROPE Copyright © Raytheon Marine Company 1999 The technical and graphical information contained in this handbook, to the best of our knowledge, was correct as it went to press.

  • Page 5: Emc Conformance

    Preface Preface This handbook covers the radar and chart aspects of the following HSB Series systems from Raytheon: System System System System System Pathfinder Radar Chartplotter Combined Pathfinder Radar/Chartplotter Repeater Display Repeater Display Repeater Display Notes: Radar systems are supplied with an appropriate Raytheon scanner unit and inter-connecting cable.

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    HSB Series LCD Display Raytheon equipment, guidelines are given at appropriate points throughout this handbook to enable you to ensure minimum interaction between different items of equipment, i.e. ensure optimum Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). The design and manufacture of Raytheon equipment and accessories conform to the appropriate EMC standards, but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Scanner ... 4 Display Unit Features ... 5 Operating Modes ... 5 Window Options ... 5 1.2 The Pathfinder Radar Display ... 7 Pathfinder Radar Display Options ... 7 Radar Functions ...10 1.3 The Chartplotter Display ...11 Chartplotter Display Options ... 11 Chartplotter Functions ...12...

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    Returning to the Full-Screen Display ...29 Customising the Screen Presentation Options ... 31 Switching the Cursor Data Box On and Off ...31 Switching Radar Range Rings or Chart Grid On and Off ...31 Data Boxes ...32 Waypoint Display - Radar mode ... 32 Custom Options - Chart mode ...33...

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    Placing a Guard Zone ...70 Moving, Reshaping or Deleting a Guard Zone ... 71 Controlling Guard Zone Alarms ...72 Chapter 4: Integrated Radar Operations ... 73 4.1 Introduction ... 73 4.2 Changing the Heading Mode ... 74 Heading Modes ...74 Selecting the Heading Mode ...

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    viii Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations ... 79 5.1 Introduction ... 79 Safety ...79 5.2 Using Chart Cards ...80 Inserting a Chart Card ...80 Removing a Chart Card ...81 Displaying the Chart Data ...81 Displaying Object Information ...82 Chart Source Data ...82 Port Area ...

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    Contents Joining a Route ... 103 Advancing to a Waypoint ... 104 Restart Cross Track Error (XTE) ... 104 Going To an Individual Target Point ... 104 Stop Follow or Stop Goto ... 105 5.6 Transferring Waypoints and Routes ... 106 Displayed SeaTalk Waypoints ...

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    Manual Mode ... 128 Cursor Echo ... 129 Date and Time Settings ... 129 Language ... 130 Simulator ... 130 7.4 Radar Set Up Parameters ... 131 EBL Display ... 131 Timed Transmission Option... 132 Marks Options ... 132 Custom Scale ... 132 Bearing Alignment ...

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    Display Unit Connection ... 152 Scanner Connection (master displays) ... 153 Power and NMEA Input Connection ... 154 8.7 Radar System Tests and Post Installation Alignment ... 155 System Check ... 155 Switch On and Initial Setup ... 155 Radar System Checks and Adjustments ... 156 Transmission Check ...

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    Worldwide Support ... 175 Appendix A: Specification ... 177 HSB Series 7" LCD Displays ... 177 General ... 177 Radar Features ... 178 Chartplotter Features ... 179 Interfacing ... 180 Appendix B: Using the Auxiliary Junction Box to Connect a SeaTalk GPS and Differential Beacon Receiver ...

  • Page 15: Chapter 1: Overview, Introduction, How To Use This Handbook

    HSB Series Pathfinder Radar display to a chartplotter provides similar functionality to the Combined Pathfinder Radar/Chartplotter display; the radar data can be repeated on the chart display and chart data repeated on the radar display. If you are using the 7" LCD display unit as a repeater display refer to this handbook for details on the operating controls.

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    It should be referred to when you are ready to install the system. Details to connect the display to other equipment are also provided. To install a complete radar system, you will also need to read to the Owner’s Handbook supplied with the scanner.

  • Page 17: Terminology, General

    Chapter 1: Overview A List of Abbreviations, Index and warranty information are included at the end of the handbook. A summary of the radar and chartplotter controls are provided on the Quick Reference Cards supplied with your system. Terminology The following terminology is used to describe radar and chartplotter systems:...

  • Page 18: Display Unit, Scanner

    Chartplotter to provide similar functionality to the combined Pathfinder Radar/ Chartplotter. Full functionality of the HSB Series Pathfinder Radar is acheived when it is part of an integrated system, with other equipment (in addition to another HSB unit) connected via Seatalk or NMEA 0183. Data from this equipment including position and waypoints is displayed on the radar and is used in calculations.

  • Page 19: Display Unit Features, Operating Modes, Window Options

    If you have a combined Pathfinder Radar/Chartplotter Unit, or have both an HSB Series Radar and Chartplotter connected, three full-screen modes are available – chart, radar and data log – as shown in the following illustration; you select the operating mode using the DISPLAY key as described in Chapter 2.

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    Details on selecting windows are given in Chapter 2. Operating Mode for Stand Alone Units Additional Modes for Linked Units (or combined Radar/Chartplotter) DISPLAY TIME DISPLAY Radar Display Chartplotter Display 000° 0.220 SeaTalk 000° 0.220 POSITION TIME POSITION HSB Series LCD Display...

  • Page 21: The Pathfinder Radar Display, Pathfinder Radar Display Options

    Heading Marker (SHM). The radar picture can be viewed with a variety of fixed or customised range scales. A status bar at the top of the radar image displays range, current heading and mode indicators for the various options you can set.

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    Default Display Targets: Landmass Channel buoy Surface vessel 045° 0.28 Default soft key labels These can be turned off; press any soft key to re-display them. Different labels are displayed when you press a key. Status Bar Selected range, Range rings in nautical miles (on/off) Range ring interval...

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    Chapter 1: Overview 3n m 063° 1.65 120@T 3n m 015° 146° 1.70 126°T 13:48:06 Data boxes, showing data (if available) in the selected 6.3kts 5.7kts units 14.4m Mark, symbol selected using setup options Mark, default symbol Active waypoint - from Chartplotter Offset centre Long target wake (short, medium or long wakes can...

  • Page 24: Radar Functions

    • Add marks to record important or dangerous locations. • Man Overboard (MOB) to navigate back to a person or object. Operation of these radar functions is described in Chapters 3 and 4. HSB Series LCD Display nm to 72nm (dependent on scanner type).

  • Page 25: The Chartplotter Display, Chartplotter Display Options

    • Zoom in/out and Pan the Display • Offset the Chart or Centre the Chart around the Vessel • Synchronise the Chart and Radar (if radar data is available) Operation of these functions is described in Chapter 2. Chartplotter Display Options...

  • Page 26: Chartplotter Functions

    Display options are provided in System Set Up and Chart Set Up as described in Chapter 7. In addition Screen Presentation Options, described in Chapter 2 are provided to switch: • Cursor Box and Databoxes On/Off • Chart Grid On/Off •...

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    Chapter 1: Overview Chart Range Chart Boundary Waypoint Object data box - for object selected by cursor Default soft key labels These can be turned off: press any soft key to redisplay them. Different labels are displayed when you press a key. Status Bar Vessel Position Cursor -...

  • Page 28: Operating Controls, Trackpad And Cursor

    1.4 Operating Controls You operate the radar and chart systems using a variety of on-screen controls as well as the keys on the display units. These controls include: • A trackpad providing up, down, left, right and diagonal control of an on screen cursor.

  • Page 29: Moving The Cursor, Context-sensitive Cursor Control

    • Select a position on the screen. • Select an item, e.g. guard zone on the radar, chart object on the chartplotter. • Select an area of the radar image to zoom into or pan the chart display. Moving the Cursor...

  • Page 30: Dedicated Keys, Soft Keys

    TIDE Chart Icons Some items on the radar screen, such as the cursor and man overboard marker have information associated with them. The information is displayed in a data box. The context-sensitive cursor allows you to move databoxes. Dedicated Keys The dedicated keys: DISPLAY, MARKS, GAIN, VRM/EBL, MULTI, ALARMS, RANGE, ENTER, CLEAR, MENU and POWER have fixed functions;...

  • Page 31: Pop-up Menus

    Chapter 1: Overview D4152-2 The currently selected soft key option is shown by its grey background. If the key text is displayed in grey rather than in black, it is not currently available. When you press a soft key one of the following happens: a) The associated operation is actioned, e.g.

  • Page 32: Database Lists

    Database Lists The waypoints, routes and tracks that you create on the chartplotter are stored in database lists. You can view these lists and select items for editing. WAYPOINT LIST POSITION BRG _186° ---° As with pop-up menus, when a database list is on-screen, a set of associated soft keys is also displayed;...

  • Page 33: Chapter 2 Getting Started & Adjusting The Display, Introduction, Conventions Used, Simulator

    This chapter provides information, instructions and a simple exercise to get you started using the HSB Series LCD display. It will help you to become familiar with the display and the functions of the controls before you start using the radar or chartplotter for routine navigation. More detailed information on operating the radar display is provided in Chapters 3 and 4.

  • Page 34: Switching The Display On And Off, Radar Mode

    2.2 Switching the Display On and Off If you have a combined Radar/Chartplotter, the factory default power-up mode is radar. Once you have used the display unit it powers-up in the last used mode. The following sections describe the power-up sequence for radar and chart mode, how to adjust the lighting controls, and how to select simulator mode.

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    ➤ To use Scanner off mode: 1. Ensure that the radar is in Standby mode, warming up, or (if the unit is a Repeater) displaying a message that radar data is not available. 2. Press the CLEAR key. The message STANDBY. RADAR DATA NOT AVAILABLE appears in the radar picture.

  • Page 36: Chart Mode

    SECONDS Note: You do not need to change to Standby mode before turning off the display: if you turn the radar display off while it is in Transmit mode, the scanner is also de-activated. Chart Mode This section explains how to switch the display on and off in chart mode.

  • Page 37: Simulator Mode

    2. Use the trackpad to move the selection bar over the option SIMULATOR. The simulator soft keys are displayed. 3. Press either RADAR to view a simulated radar image, DATA to view the chart display with simulated position, or BOTH to view simulated radar and chart data.

  • Page 38: Changing The Lighting And Contrast

    Changing the Lighting and Contrast You can change the level of backlighting and contrast for the screen and keys. The key lighting is set the same as the screen lighting, except that it remains switched on at its lowest level even when the screen lighting is turned off, so that you can always find the keys.

  • Page 39: Controlling The Display, Selecting The Mode Of Operation

    Chapter 2: Getting Started 2.3 Controlling the Display You control the radar display using the cursor and control keys. You start all operations from the default screen, that is the default soft keys are displayed: When you have completed an action using the soft keys, press ENTER to return to the default screen;...

  • Page 40: Selecting A Half-screen Window For Display

    If you press DISPLAY again, the pop-up and soft keys for the current mode are shown. Selecting a Half-Screen Window for Display Note: Windows can only be used with Radar or Chart screens, they are not available on the data log screen. ➤ To select a window for display: 1.

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    - Press for display mode and soft keys display. - Press again to toggle through display modes, and ENTER - Press and hold for 2 seconds for full page radar display. Press soft key to toggle window on/off, or return to full screen.

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    Soft Key Labels: Change when you press a key. Default soft key labels are shown. ROUTE GOTO SCREEN FIND SHIP Soft keys Press to select option, or highlight option or slider. Labels change when you press soft/dedicated key. Elipses (...) after the text indicate that pressing soft key leads to further options.

  • Page 43: Switching Control Between Radar & Chart Screens, Returning To The Full-screen Display

    Switching Control Between Radar & Chart Screens In a combined or integrated system, to switch control between radar and chart, you can change the full-screen mode. Alternatively, when you have both radar and chart displayed in half-screen windows the soft key RDR CHRT lets you toggle operating control between the radar and the chart window.

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    HSB Series LCD Display CDI Window BDI Window Navdata Window Chart Window D4150-1...

  • Page 45: Customising The Screen Presentation Options, Switching The Cursor Data Box On And Off

    Switching Radar Range Rings or Chart Grid On and Off The radar range rings can be turned on or off. They are normally left on, but you may wish to turn them off if you are using VRM/EBLs or guard zones (see Sections 3.4 and 3.5) to make the display clearer.

  • Page 46: Data Boxes, Waypoint Display - Radar Mode

    If you are currently going to a waypoint, you can display the active waypoint on the radar picture as a lollipop symbol. The waypoint may have been generated locally on the chartplotter, or received via the SeaTalk or NMEA interface.

  • Page 47: Custom Options - Chart Mode

    The standard radar picture is displayed again, with the active waypoint displayed as a lollipop symbol, joined to your vessel’s position by a dotted line. If the waypoint is off-screen, the dotted line is extended to the edge of the radar picture.

  • Page 48: Radar Display Control Functions, Using The Zoom Function

    2.4 Radar Display Control Functions Using the Zoom Function If you wish to see a section of the radar picture in more detail, you can use the Zoom function to magnify the selected area to twice its size. The enlarged area is displayed in a quarter-screen Zoom Window in the lower right corner of the screen.

  • Page 49: Offsetting The Centre

    Note: You cannot offset the centre when the radar display is set to the longest range scale. ➤ To change the centre: 1. Move the cursor over the centre of the radar picture, until the letters CTR are displayed. 2. Press ENTER to take cursor control of the centre point. The cursor changes to a four-headed arrow.

  • Page 50: Hiding The Ship's Heading Marker (shm)

    ➤ To return the centre of the radar picture to the centre of the screen, repeat step 1 and then press the CLEAR key. The centre is always reset to the centre of the display when you turn on the Radar display.

  • Page 51: Chart Display Control Functions, Moving Around The Chart, Changing The Chart Centre

    Alternatively, you can home the cursor onto the vessel using FIND SHIP; this function can also be used on a combined display to sychronise the radar and chart windows as described in Using FIND SHIP. There are four ways in which you can move the chart: •...

  • Page 52: Using Find Ship

    • In full-screen chart mode FIND SHIP is used to re-draw the chart with the vessel at the centre and the cursor homed onto the vessel. • On a combined radar/chartplotter display, with chart and radar half-screen windows FIND SHIP can also be used to synchronise the radar and chart images. Centre the Vessel When you press FIND SHIP the following occur: •...

  • Page 53: Changing The Chart Scale

    Radar/Chart Synch in Chart Set Up (see Chapter 7), FIND SHIP also synchronises the radar and chart images as follows: • The chart is redrawn so that its centre position matches that of the radar display.

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    ➤ To zoom in to a larger-scale (more detailed) chart: 1. Use the trackpad to position the cursor in the area you wish to see in more detail. 2. Press the lower part of the RANGE key to zoom into the area. The section of the chart around the cursor is enlarged to fill the screen with a larger-scale chart showing more detail.

  • Page 55: Typical Chart Scenarios

    • Review the Passage Plan View Route Information Change the SOG, Hours and ETA. • Displaying the Radar Image and Synchronising Radar & Chart Changing the Full-Screen Mode & Selecting Half-Screen Windows Radar and Chart Synchronisation (Find Ship) Cursor Echo...

  • Page 56: Place And Goto A Waypoint

    Place and Goto A Waypoint HSB Series LCD Display 1. Press MARKS 2. Position Cursor as required Press the soft key Press the soft key to go to the waypoint selected by the cursor. D4267-1...

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    Chapter 2: Getting Started The vessel navigates towards the target waypoint See: 5.3 Working wth Waypoints Go to an individual Target Point, page 104. D4267-1a...

  • Page 58: Make And Follow A Route

    Make and Follow a Route HSB Series LCD Display Press the soft key Press the soft key 1. Position Cursor - in this example over an existing waypoint 2. Press the soft key Position Cursor for next waypoint, then press soft key. Repeat to plot all waypoints in sequence.

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    Chapter 2: Getting Started Press the soft key. The route becomes the current route. Press the soft key Press the soft key The vessel starts to navigate to the first (target) waypoint in the route. See: 5.4 Working wth routes, Follow a route, page 102.

  • Page 60: Review Your Passage Plan

    Review Your Passage Plan HSB Series LCD Display Press the soft key Press the soft key Press the soft key 1. Use the trackpad to move selection bar over required route. 2. Press the soft key Time defaults to ETA - and assumes the current time is the start time.

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    Chapter 2: Getting Started See: Displaying Route Information page 96. Change the TIME to HOURS - the display indicates it will take 32 minutes to reach the destination. You can change the PLANNED SOG; the display updates to indicate TIME required at the planned speed.

  • Page 62: Displaying The Radar And Synchronising Radar & Chart

    Displaying the Radar and Synchronising Radar & Chart HSB Series LCD Display 1. Press DISPLAY -- then press twice more to select RADAR. 2. Press the soft keys to set windows ON. The Chart window is the default selection. 3. Press ENTER.

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    3. Press ENTER twice. Press the soft key. Press the soft key to synchronise the chart & radar images. The radar and chart windows are synchronised and the cursor is 'homed' on the vessel Move the chart cursor - - you can see chart cursor move on the radar screen.

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    HSB Series LCD Display...

  • Page 65: Chapter 3: Standard Radar Operations, Introduction

    Chapters 5 and 6 for information on charting operations. You can use this chapter with the radar display set to simulator mode, or on the water after you have installed and set up your HSB Series Pathfinder Radar system.

  • Page 66: Range Control, Changing The Range, The Standard Range Scale

    • The short range scales provide greater detail of the radar echoes close to your vessel, and should be used as you approach the coastline, harbour or other vessels in the area.

  • Page 67: Determining Actual Radar Range

    ½ ¾ 1½ * The maximum range depends on your scanner type, as detailed in the Pathfinder Radar Scanner Owner’s Handbook. The number of range rings shown in the table is the number to the selected range. Additional range rings are displayed to the edge of the radar picture, at the standard ring interval for the current range, and are most noticeable when the centre is offset.

  • Page 68: Interpreting And Adjusting The Radar Picture

    High coastlines and mountainous coastal regions can be observed at the longest radar range. However, the first sight of land may be a mountain several miles inland from the coastline. The actual coastline may not appear on the radar until the vessel is close to the line of sight distance.

  • Page 69: Identifying False Echo Returns, Side Lobes

    Side lobes have no effect on distant or small surface objects. However, the echo from a large object at short range may produce an arc on the radar screen similar to a range ring or a series of echoes forming a broken arc. Side-lobe echoes normally occur at ranges below 3nm, and can be reduced by adjusting the SEA control.

  • Page 70: Indirect Echoes, Multiple Echoes, Blind Sectors Or Shadow Effect

    Indirect Echoes There are several types of indirect echoes or ghost images. These sometimes have the appearance of true echoes, but in general they are intermittent and poorly defined. Indirect (false) echoes False echo Passing ship Multiple Echoes Multiple echoes appear if there is a large target with a wide vertical surface at a comparatively short range.

  • Page 71: Adjusting Gain, Sea Clutter And Rain Clutter

    If you change the settings, the new GAIN, SEA and TUNE modes (auto or manual ) and values remain set even when you turn the radar off and on again; Rain and FTC are reset to Off at power-on. The status bar indicates which controls are switched to Auto or On.

  • Page 72: Gain Control And Sea Control

    On long range settings, the gain should be set to give a slight speckle in the background of the radar picture. Do not set the gain too low, or you may miss small or weak targets.

  • Page 73: Tuning The Receiver

    Sea Clutter Control Radar returns from waves around your vessel can clutter the centre of the radar picture, making it difficult to detect real targets. Such sea clutter usually appears as multiple echoes on the display at short range scales, and the echoes are not repetitive or consistent in position.

  • Page 74: Rain Clutter Control, Using Rain And Ftc

    Rain Clutter Control, using RAIN and FTC The radar can see echoes from rain or snow. Returns from storm areas and rain squalls consist of countless small echoes that continuously change size, intensity, and position. These returns sometimes appear as large hazy areas, depending on the intensity of the rainfall or snow in the storm cell.

  • Page 75: Changing The Targets Display

    Chapter 3 Standard Radar Operations Changing the Targets Display The Pathfinder Radar allows you to improve target visibility by changing the following: • Interference rejection • Target expansion • Target wakes These parameters are accessed from the default soft key TARGETS.

  • Page 76: Interference Rejection, Target Expansion, Target Wakes

    HSB Series LCD Display Interference Rejection Mutual radar interference is likely when two or more radar-equipped vessels are operating within range of each other. This usually appears as a series of small dots moving to and from the display centre in a straight line or a long, sweeping curve.

  • Page 77: Measuring Range And Bearing Using Vrm/ebls

    A standard VRM is displayed as a circle with its centre on your vessel’s position, and it’s EBL is displayed as a line from the origin to the edge of the radar picture display. However, each pair can be floated, so that the origin can be moved.

  • Page 78: Measuring Range And Bearing To Target From Vessel, Placing A Vrm/ebl

    • Measure the range and bearing between any two points on the radar, using the FLOAT function Note: An alternative method of measuring range and bearing is to use the cursor data box: If the cursor readout is set to display range and bearing (rather than Lat/Long), you can determine the range and bearing by moving the cursor over the target and checking the cursor data box readings.

  • Page 79: Moving An Existing Vrm/ebl

    2. Press the soft key for the VRM/EBL you require, to toggle the setting from OFF to ON. The soft key labels are cleared, and the radar picture shows the VRM/EBL and its associated data box. 3. Position the EBL/VRM using the trackpad, and press ENTER to drop it. The radar shows the VRM/EBL as a short-dashed line (VRM/EBL1) or a long- dashed line (VRM/EBL2), and the cursor returns to normal control.

  • Page 80: Deleting An Existing Vrm/ebl, Measuring Range And Bearing Between Targets (float), Floating A Vrm/ebl

    VRMs and EBLs independently. Measuring Range and Bearing Between Targets (FLOAT) You can measure the range and bearing between any two points on the radar, such as two targets, using the Pathfinder Radar’s Float function. This allows you to move the origin of a VRM/EBL away from your vessel’s position and...

  • Page 81: Moving And Unfloating A Floating Ebl

    4. Press the FLOAT 1 soft key to float VRM/EBL1, or the FLOAT 2 soft key to float VRM/EBL2. The soft keys are cleared, and the radar picture shows the VRM/EBL as a solid line. The cursor is positioned over the origin of the VRM/EBL, over your vessel.

  • Page 82: Controlling Vrm/ebl Data Boxes

    Controlling VRM/EBL Data Boxes ➤ To move a VRM/EBL data box, using the context-sensitive cursor: 1. Move the cursor over the box until the letters BOX are displayed, and press ENTER to take cursor control of the box. 2. Use the trackpad to move the box to its new location, and press ENTER to drop it and return to normal cursor operation.

  • Page 83: Setting Guard Zones And Alarms

    Chapter 3 Standard Radar Operations 3.5 Setting Guard Zones and Alarms The Pathfinder Radar display allows you to set up one or two guard zones, using the ALARMS key. You can set up sector zones or 360° (circular) zones. Note: You can only view and control guard zones if you are using the Master display (that is, the display to which the scanner is connected).

  • Page 84: Placing A Guard Zone

    ➤ To place a guard zone when one is not already displayed: 1. Press ALARMS. The radar picture shows the guard zone as a four-sided shape bounded by a solid line (or a circle if previously set as one). The cursor is positioned over an outer corner of the zone. The cursor has control of this corner, as shown by the text GRD in inverse video, the four- headed arrow, and the solid guard zone boundary.

  • Page 85: Moving, Reshaping Or Deleting A Guard Zone

    5. Press ENTER again to drop the corner or side in its new position, or CLEAR to abandon the operation and return it to its previous position. The radar shows the zone boundary as a short-dashed line (Zone 1) or a long-dashed line (Zone 2), and the cursor returns to normal control.

  • Page 86: Controlling Guard Zone Alarms

    ➤ You can also delete (turn off) a zone by pressing the ALARMS key, and then pressing the appropriate guard zone soft key to toggle the setting from ON to OFF. Controlling Guard Zone Alarms The guard alarm is triggered when a target enters a guard zone which exceeds the target density threshold.

  • Page 87: Chapter 4: Integrated Radar Operations, Introduction

    It also explains how to use the man overboard (MOB) function. You can use this chapter with the radar display set to simulator mode, or on the water after you have installed and set up your HSB Series Pathfinder Radar system.

  • Page 88: Changing The Heading Mode, Heading Modes

    The heading modes are as follows: Head Up • Head Up: The radar picture is displayed with the vessel’s current heading upwards. As the heading changes the picture will rotate. • North Up: The radar picture is stabilised and displayed with north upwards.

  • Page 89: Selecting The Heading Mode, Effect On Vrm/ebls

    ➤ To change the heading mode: 1. Press the HDG MODE default soft key. 2. Press the soft key corresponding to the mode you require. The radar picture changes to selected mode. 3. Press ENTER to clear the heading mode soft keys. The current orientation is indicated in the status bar.

  • Page 90: Using Marks, Placing A Mark

    Marks are stored with their latitude, longitude and symbol; the information is retained when the radar is turned off. Up to 100 marks can be stored in each display unit. Note: When you use the MARKS key to access the Marks function, simply press the key momentarily and release it.

  • Page 91: Moving Or Deleting A Mark, Man Overboard (mob)

    ➤ To initiate the MOB procedure, press and hold the MARKS key for two seconds. The Pathfinder Radar then performs all the following tasks automatically: • Switches the range scale to ¼nm. • Marks the current position with a MOB symbol The MOB waypoint replaces any current active waypoint and route.

  • Page 92: Cursor Echo

    (accessed from the Set Up Menu) enables you to display a chart cursor on the radar picture, or a radar cursor on the chart picture (you cannot display a remote radar cursor in a radar window, nor a remote chart cursor in a chart window).

  • Page 93: Safety, Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations, Introduction

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations 5.1 Introduction This chapter explains how to use the chart functions to navigate with your HSB Series display. It covers the following topics: • Using chart cards. • Controlling waypoints, including placing, moving, editing and deleting waypoints.

  • Page 94: Inserting A Chart Card, Using Chart Cards

    5.2 Using Chart Cards The chartplotter has a built-in world map; most areas are covered on a scale of about 500 nm per inch on the screen (200 nm per cm), although some populated areas have details down to 300 nm on the screen. To use the chartplotter as a navigation aid, charts with detailed information for the area you wish to navigate are required.

  • Page 95: Removing A Chart Card, Displaying The Chart Data

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations Removing a Chart Card ➤ To remove a chart card: 1. Open the card cover, at the lower left of the display front panel. 2. Press down on the card you wish to remove, and move the top of the card to the left to clear the retaining pegs.

  • Page 96: Displaying Object Information, Chart Source Data

    ➤ To zoom in: 1. Use the trackpad to move the cursor inside one of the chart boxes, and press the lower part of the RANGE key. That area is expanded, with the cursor at the centre, so that you can see more detail.

  • Page 97: Port Area

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations Port Area At large chart scales port area information is indicated by the symbol . An object information pop-up provides the name of the marina or port and a list of the facilities available. Where available, details for each facility can be displayed. This information includes items such as accomodation, slip sizes, fueling, sanitation, electrical or other maintenance services provided, VHF channels monitored, and other safety and navigation information.

  • Page 98: Tide Data

    Tide Data The symbol indicates tide height data is available for that position on the chart. When you select the tide height option, a graph of predictions for maximum and minimum tide heights is displayed, data for sunrise and sunset is also provided as illustrated below.

  • Page 99: Nearest

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations Nearest ➤ To obtain the information for the nearest port facility: 1. Move the cursor to the required position – this can be anywhere on the chart and may be over an object – then press ENTER to display the object information pop-up.

  • Page 100: Introduction, Working With Waypoints

    You can place waypoints, using simulator mode, before you install the chartplotter on your vessel. Note: Radar marks may also be displayed on the screen if your chartplotter is a combined radar/chartplotter or is part of an integrated system; these are screen annotations - you cannot go to marks, nor can they be included in routes.

  • Page 101: Placing A Waypoint

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations Placing a Waypoint The Place and Goto a Waypoint Scenario in Chapter 2 provides a simple example of how to place a waypoint. ➤ To access the place waypoint soft keys, press MARKS: ➤ To place a waypoint at the cursor position or at the vessel position: 1.

  • Page 102: Selecting A Waypoint, Waypoint Data Display

    2. Press the MAKE NEW WAYPOINT soft key. The waypoint is placed at the current vessel position, or if not available, the cursor position. It is added to the Waypoint List and named with the next available number. To return to the default soft key display, press ENTER or CLEAR three times. Selecting a Waypoint Positioning the cursor over a waypoint selects that waypoint and accesses the waypoint soft keys.

  • Page 103: Editing The Waypoint Details

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations ➤ To display the waypoint data box: Move the cursor over the waypoint. The waypoint data box is displayed, this indicates waypoint number/name, bearing and range (or latitude and longitude if selected in the system set up menu). Whilst the cursor is over the waypoint, the waypoint soft keys are displayed.

  • Page 104: Erasing A Waypoint

    4. To edit the waypoint name, press the NAME soft key. The NAME WAYPOINT window is displayed. Use the trackpad to enter or edit the name: Use the left or right side of the trackpad to move the cursor to the character you wish to change.

  • Page 105: Moving A Waypoint

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations Moving a Waypoint You can move any waypoint except the target waypoint (the waypoint you are following). You can use the Waypoint soft keys and cursor to move the selected waypoint, or you can edit the waypoint position. CAUTION Take care when editing waypoints as it is possible to move waypoints that are used in routes stored in the Route Database...

  • Page 106: Working With Routes

    5.4 Working with Routes A route is made up of a series of waypoints (maximum 50). To make a route you place a series of waypoints on the chart. When a route is created it becomes the current route and is displayed on-screen. The current route is maintained when you power-off.

  • Page 107: Creating A New Route

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations • Using the database list to erase and name existing routes. • Editing a route by adding, removing and moving waypoints. ➤ To access the route soft keys, press the default soft key ROUTE: Creating a New Route Note: If there is a current route, it is cleared when you select MAKE ROUTE .

  • Page 108: Saving The Current Route

    Note: If you Clear the route before it is Saved, the waypoint is removed. 4. Move the cursor to the next waypoint position. A dotted line connects the cursor to the last placed waypoint. 5. Press PLACE WAYPOINT again. The waypoint is placed and the dotted line changes to a solid line.

  • Page 109: Clearing The Current Route

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations 4. If you do not wish to name or re-name the route, press the NO soft key (or ENTER) to clear the list. The route is saved and is listed as Route Not Named. If you wish to name the route press the YES soft key. Use the trackpad to move the cursor right or left to the character you wish to edit.

  • Page 110: Retrieve A Route From The Database, Displaying Route Information

    3. If the route has not been saved the SAVE ROUTE soft keys are displayed. To clear the route, without saving it in the route database, press NO. To save the route in the database, press YES. The Name route soft keys are displayed and you should continue as described in the previous section, Saving the Current Route.

  • Page 111: Route Leg And Waypoint Information, Using Route Information To Review Your Passage Plan

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations Route Leg and Waypoint Information ➤ To display information about a route leg, move the cursor over the leg until the letters RTE are displayed. A Route Leg data box such as the following is displayed.

  • Page 112: Using The Route List To Erase And Name A Route

    The soft keys allow you to toggle between ETA or total (elapsed) time, and to change the Speed Over Ground (SOG) value used in the time calculations. The current selections are highlighted. ➤ To change the SOG used for ETA calculations: 1.

  • Page 113: Editing A Route, Inserting A Waypoint Into A Route

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations 1. Press the ROUTE soft key, followed by MORE, then press ROUTE LIST. The route list is displayed. The grey selection bar indicates the selected route. Press the appropriate soft key – ERASE ROUTE or NAME ROUTE. 2.

  • Page 114: Adding Waypoints At The End Of The Route, Removing A Waypoint From The Route

    The new waypoint is temporarily added to the waypoint list and named with the first available waypoint number. The waypoints in the current route are re- numbered to identify the new positions. Note: If you Clear the route before it is Saved, the new waypoint is removed. Adding Waypoints at the End of the Route ➤...

  • Page 115: Following Routes And Going To Points

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations 5.4 Following Routes and Going to Points The default soft key GOTO accesses the functions to FOLLOW a route and GOTO a waypoint or cursor. When you select the target destination, the chartplotter calculates bearing, distance and cross track error; this information is passed to a helmsman or autopilot.

  • Page 116: Follow A Route

    Follow a Route Note: The current route may have been created on this display, or created on another unit and received on this display via SeaTalk. If a route has been reversed or if a route on screen was being followed but stopped before completion, the target waypoint –...

  • Page 117: Target Point Arrival, Other Follow Route Options, Joining A Route

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations Target Point Arrival You can set up target alarms (see Chapter 6) to alert you when the vessel is approaching the target point. The arrival alarm is defined as a circle (not visible on the screen), with a specified radius around the target. The alarm is triggered when either of the following conditions is met: •...

  • Page 118: Advancing To A Waypoint, Restart Cross Track Error (xte), Going To An Individual Target Point

    Advancing to a Waypoint ➤ Once you are following a route, you can advance to the next waypoint, even if you have not reached the current target waypoint: 1. If necessary, press the GOTO default soft key to display the Goto/Follow soft keys.

  • Page 119: Stop Follow Or Stop Goto

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations 3. To return to the default soft key display, move the cursor away from the waypoint. ➤ To navigate directly to the cursor position: 1. Use the trackpad to position the cursor as required. 2. Press the GOTO default soft key, followed by GOTO CURSOR. If navigation is currently in progress you are warned “Already following route.

  • Page 120: Transferring Waypoints And Routes, Displayed Seatalk Waypoints, Managing Database Lists

    5.6 Transferring Waypoints and Routes Displayed SeaTalk Waypoints In an integrated system, when a route is made current on any SeaTalk equipment it is sent to all SeaTalk instruments, including this chartplotter; this route will override any other current route. When GOTO waypoint or GOTO cursor is in operation it is considered a route.

  • Page 121

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations 3. To disable waypoint transfer, press the soft key STOP RECEIVING WAYPOINTS. Alternatively, press ENTER, or CLEAR, twice to close the Waypoint List. ➤ To send the waypoint list on NMEA: 1. Display the waypoint list as previously described, then press the WAYPOINT TRANSFER soft key.

  • Page 122: Using Tracks, Setting Up A Track

    5.7 Using Tracks The Track function is used to mark on-screen the trail that your vessel has followed, as if it had left a visible fixed wake. While the track is turned on, it is recorded in the display unit’s memory. You specify the interval at which track points are made, a line is drawn on-screen between each point.

  • Page 123: Clearing The Current Track, Managing Tracks, Saving And Naming A Track

    Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations ➤ To set up a track: 1. Press the TRACK INTERVAL soft key. Press the appropriate soft key to set either a time interval or a distance interval; press the UP arrow to increase the interval, the DOWN arrow to decrease the interval.

  • Page 124: Naming, Erasing And Showing A Track

    ➤ To save and name the current track: 1. Press the TRACK LIST soft key. The track list pop-up and associated soft keys are displayed. 2. The next available entry on the track list is highlighted. (If required, you can use the trackpad to select another position in the list; this can be a blank slot, or an existing track that you no longer require).

  • Page 125: Chapter 6: Further Chart Operations, Introduction

    For all other data, SeaTalk data takes priority (see Section 6.3). Integrated functions available - North Up or Course Up heading modes - MOB (if speed data also available) - Radar data, either full-screen or in a half-screen window - Waypoints - Position, COG, SOG and time data in...

  • Page 126: Measuring Distances Using The Vrm/ebl Key

    6.2 Measuring Distances Using the VRM/EBL Key You can obtain an accurate measurement of the distance and bearing between two points by using the VRM/EBL key. ➤ To place a ruler line and Ruler data box: 1. Position the cursor on the starting point from which you wish to measure. 2.

  • Page 127

    Chapter 6: Further Chart Operations ➤ To re-position one end of the ruler line: 1. Move the cursor over the ruler line towards the end that you want to re- position, until the letters A¡B are displayed. 2. Press ENTER to take cursor control of the ruler. The ruler end moves to the cursor which changes to a four-headed arrow.

  • Page 128: Alarms And Timers, Alarm Reporting, External Alarms, Setting Alarms And Timers

    6.3 Alarms and Timers Alarm Reporting The chartplotter reports the following alarms, that are set using the ALARMS key: Alarm Arrival Off Track Anchor Countdown Alarm Clock The alarms are switched on or off, and the limits set, using the ALARMS key menu.

  • Page 129

    Chapter 6: Further Chart Operations 2. Use the trackpad to move the selection bar up or down the list. As each line is highlighted, the soft key labels are updated to show the current settings and controls, as shown in the example above. 3.

  • Page 130: Man Overboard (mob)

    6.4 Man Overboard (MOB) If you lose a person or object overboard, and need to return to the location, you should use the Man Overboard (MOB) function. You can select the type of data used for the MOB position using the set up menus (see Chapter 7).

  • Page 131

    (accessed from System Set Up, described in Chapter 7) enables you to display a radar cursor on the chart picture, or a chart cursor on the radar picture (you cannot display a remote chart cursor in a chart window nor a remote radar cursor in a radar window).

  • Page 132: Gps Setup

    6.6 GPS Setup GPS set up page provides you with information and the status of the tracked navigation satellites for a SeaTalk GPS. It also enables you to SET UP a SeaTalk Differential GPS, by manually retuning it to a different differential beacon. ➤...

  • Page 133: Data Log Mode

    Chapter 6: Further Chart Operations 6.7 Data Log Mode You can set the chartplotter to log course data every thirty minutes. Up to 48 log entries are held, when 48 entries have been made, the chartplotter will start overwriting the first entries. You start the log using soft keys provided in Data Log Mode.

  • Page 134

    TIME POSITION ➤ To stop recording log entries: Press the STOP LOG soft key. ➤ To clear the log entries: Press the CLEAR LOG soft key, you are prompted “Are You Sure”. To cancel the CLEAR LOG operation press the NO soft key. To continue press the YES soft key, all log entries are deleted, but the data log remains active.

  • Page 135: Chapter 7: Setting Up The System Defaults, Introduction

    You should check the functions of the parameters, and decide on the new settings, before making the changes. Note: If you have a combined Radar/Chartplotter display, the SYSTEM SET UP menu option from the radar display is the same as that accessed from the chart display SYSTEM SET UP menu.

  • Page 136: Changing The Set Up Parameters

    7.2 Changing the Set Up Parameters The set up parameters are divided into four sections: • System, to control the aspects of the system that are not specific to the radar or chart. • Radar, includes bearing alignment, display preferences and the timed transmission option.

  • Page 137

    The menu page is cleared so that you can see the effect of the slider adjustment on the radar picture. When you have finished the adjustment, press ENTER to re-display the menu page.

  • Page 138: System Set Up Parameters

    7.3 System Set Up Parameters The following table lists the System menus and their options, shows the factory default setting, and provides a space for you to make a note of your new default setting. Each parameter is described in the following subsections. Menu DATA BOXES POSITION...

  • Page 139

    12 HOUR 24 HOUR 24 HOUR UTC, or local offset value: Plus or minus up to 12 hours, in whole hours ENGLISH (UK), ENGLISH (UK) ENGLISH (US), DANISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, DUTCH, ITALIAN, NORWEGIAN, PORTUGESE, SPANISH, SWEDISH, FINNISH DATA RADAR BOTH Default...

  • Page 140: Bearing Mode, Data Boxes, Cursor Reference, Cursor Readout

    Data boxes provide regularly used data in a compact form so that most of the radar picture can still be seen. The ones you select here can be turned on and off as a group (see Section 3.4) during normal operation, and you can also move them around the screen individually using the context-sensitive cursor (see Chapter 4).

  • Page 141: Day/night, Help, Soft Keys, Key Beep, Mob Data, Menu Timeout Period

    Chapter 7: Setting Up the System Defaults Day/Night This option allows you to change the target presentation between day and night modes. In the normal day presentation, black targets are displayed on a white background. If you select NIGHT presentation, the picture is reversed, so that white targets are shown on a black background to reduce the intensity of the image.

  • Page 142: Units, Variation Source, Auto Mode, Manual Mode

    Auto Mode If you select Auto mode, the radar obtains the value of variation automatically, normally from received data. The variation value that is used depends on the data available, and is selected in the following order of priority: 1.

  • Page 143: Date And Time Settings, Cursor Echo

    (RDR or CHT) to indicate its origin. This means that you could move the cursor over a target on the radar display, and check the identity of the target by looking at the radar cursor position on the chartplotter.

  • Page 144: Language, Simulator

    (see Chapter 3). • Both provides simulated data and radar picture. Note: On a radar master display, you cannot view a simulated image whilst the scanner is in transmit mode. If you switch the simulator on during transmit mode, the scanner is set to standby, and you cannot select transmit mode whilst the simulator is on.

  • Page 145: Radar Set Up Parameters, Ebl Display

    Chapter 7: Setting Up the System Defaults 7.4 Radar Set Up Parameters The RADAR SET UP option allows you to set up the radar according to your system configuration and your personal preferences. Note: Some parameters can only be changed if you are using the Master display (that is, the display to which the scanner is connected).

  • Page 146: Timed Transmission Option, Marks Options, Custom Scale

    You can set up your own range scale. When switched ON, this is used instead of the Pathfinder Radar default range scale (see Section 3.2). To set up a scale, press the SET RANGES soft key. The Custom Range Setup Menu is displayed, which allows you to change the maximum range for each range selection.

  • Page 147: Bearing Alignment

    24.0* 48.0* 72.0* * The maximum range depends on your scanner type, as detailed in the Pathfinder Radar Scanner Owner’s Handbook. To change the range scale, highlight the required range and use the soft keys to change the value. Start at the top of the list and work down, since each value must be greater than the value for the previous range in the list.

  • Page 148: Advanced Settings, Display Timing

    1. Press the MENU key to display the set up soft keys. 2. Press and hold the blank soft key directly to the right of the RADAR SET UP soft key for 5 seconds. The Advanced Settings menu is then displayed.

  • Page 149: Stc Preset, Tune Preset

    Tune Preset The radar tuning is controlled either automatically or manually using the TUNE control (see Section 3.3). However, this only controls a restricted range of tuning values. If the actual tuning peak falls outside this range, you will need to adjust the Tune Preset slider to move the controlled range over the tuning peak.

  • Page 150: Chart Set Up Parameters, Customise Chart

    DEFAULT WAYPOINT SYMBOL HEADING VECTOR COG VECTOR TIDE VECTOR RADAR/CHART SYNCH DATUM SELECTION Customise Chart This provides a list of chart options, enabling you to specify how the chart features are displayed. Most options can be toggled between on, off and custom - custom passes on/off control to the SCREEN soft keys (see Customising the Screen Presentation Options in Chapter 2).

  • Page 151: Plotter Mode, Chart Orientation

    Chapter 7: Setting Up the System Defaults The following features can be set using Customise Chart, factory default settings are shown in bold type: • chart text (on, off, custom) • chart boundaries (on, off, custom) • spot soundings (on, off, custom) •...

  • Page 152: Object Information, Waypoint Options, Vectors, Radar/chart Synch, Datum Selection

    Sync ON or OFF. When set ON with chart and radar windows displayed, FIND SHIP can be used to synchronise the radar and chart images. The chart is redrawn so that its centre matches that of the radar display. The radar is redrawn to the scale and heading mode of the chart.

  • Page 153

    Chapter 7: Setting Up the System Defaults CAUTION Changing the chart datum does not cause any waypoint or routes stored in the chartplotter to move. Waypoints and routes may therefore appear to be at different positions when you change the datum. When adding waypoints numerically to the waypoint list, or via SeaTalk, NMEA or HSB, it is important that they are referenced to the same datum that the chart is to be operated in.

  • Page 154

    HSB Series LCD Display...

  • Page 155: Chapter 8: Installation, Introduction

    If you are connecting your display to other equipment (including another HSB series display unit) it is strongly recommended that you install, test and align the master radar display as described in Sections 8.2 to 8.7. Details on installing the scanner are provided in the Pathfinder Radar Scanner Owner’s Handbook.

  • Page 156: Planning The Installation, Emc Installation Guidelines

    For full functionality of the radar and chartplotter you need to provide position and heading data. • Heading data enables the radar and chart to operate in North Up and Course Up modes. If speed data is also available the MOB function operates.

  • Page 157

    VHF radios, cables and antennas. In the case of SSB radios, the distance should be increased to 2m (7ft). • More than 2m (7ft) from the path of a radar beam. A radar beam can normally be assumed to spread 20 degrees above and below the radiating element.

  • Page 158: Unpacking And Inspecting The Components

    7” LCD Display Accessories 7” LCD Display Accessories 7” LCD Display Accessories Sun cover (light grey) Sun cover (White) Handbook, Radar/Chart Quick Reference Card, Radar 86032 Quick Reference Card, Chart Mounting bracket assy. Trunnion knobs (x2) Flush mount kit Power cable...

  • Page 159: Selecting The Display Unit Site

    The maximum length of cable between a master display and the scanner unit should not normally exceed 20 m (60 ft). If you need to use a longer cable, refer to the Pathfinder Radar Scanner Owner’s Handbook. • Environment: Do not restrict airflow at the rear of the display unit;...

  • Page 160

    POWER HSB Series LCD Display GAIN DISPLAY VRM/EBL MARKS MULTI RANGE ALARMS ENTER CLEAR MENU Weight: 1.2 Kg (2.6 lbs) Compass Safe Distance: 1 m (39 in) D3221_3...

  • Page 161: Cable Runs, Power Cable

    12 V or 24 V system must be connected. A 1.5 m (5 ft) power cable is supplied for connecting the ship’s DC power to the radar via the display unit. If a longer power cable run is required, use the supplied power cable to connect to the display unit.

  • Page 162: Inter-unit Cable

    The inter-unit cable entrance is at the rear of the scanner unit. If the unit is mounted on a hollow mast the cable may be run inside the mast and then fed through the radar’s cable entrance. Make sure that the cable does not chafe where it enters the mast.

  • Page 163: Mounting The Display Unit, Trunnion (yoke) Mounting

    Chapter 8: Installation 8.5 Mounting the Display Unit The display unit can be mounted using the trunnion (yoke) bracket already fitted, or console mounted using the optional flush-mounting kit (see Section 8.2). Trunnion (Yoke) Mounting The display unit can be conveniently mounted on a dash area, chart table, bulkhead or deckhead, as shown in the following diagram.

  • Page 164: Console Mounting

    Console Mounting The display unit can be console mounted if required, using the optional flush- mounting kit (M92708). CAUTION: Make sure there are no hidden electrical wires or other items behind the location before proceeding. Make sure there is sufficient rear access for mounting and cabling.

  • Page 165: Display Unit Connections, Grounding The System, Dc Power Connection, Power For External Equipment

    12 V and 24 V systems - 12 V, 24 V and 32 V - The power connection to the radar should be made at either the output of the battery isolator switch, or at a DC power distribution panel. Raytheon...

  • Page 166: Display Unit Connection

    • SeaTalk, for SeaTalk data input and output and connecting to another HSB Series display (such as a chartplotter or second radar display). • NMEA Output, for NMEA data output in an integrated system.

  • Page 167: Scanner Connection (master Displays)

    Chapter 8: Installation Scanner Connection (master displays) Connect the inter-unit cable plug to the rear scanner connector. If you are using an inter-unit extension cable, connect this to the display unit, and connect the supplied cable to the extension cable. The scanner connector pins are shown in the following diagram, together with the connections and core colours.

  • Page 168: Power And Nmea Input Connection

    BLACK wire to the feed from the negative (–) battery terminal. The shielded wire (screen) should be connected to the ship’s RF ground as previously described in Grounding the Radar System. Any unused cores should be insulated and taped back.

  • Page 169: Radar System Tests And Post Installation Alignment, System Check, Switch On And Initial Setup

    Chapter 8: Installation 8.7 Radar System Tests and Post Installation Alignment Once you have installed your Pathfinder Radar System and made all the connections, you need to check your installation and perform the System Tests before using the system for navigation. It is strongly recommended that the System Tests are performed before connecting the radar to other equipment in an integrated system.

  • Page 170: Radar System Checks And Adjustments, Transmission Check

    4. Use the soft keys to highlight the required language. 5. Press ENTER to return to the setup soft keys. 6. Press CLEAR to return to the normal radar screen. Radar System Checks and Adjustments When the display is connected to a scanner unit you should perform the checks and adjustments detailed below.

  • Page 171

    To adjust the alignment, you need to select a visible target of known bearing that is displayed on the radar, and then use the setup options to adjust the radar until the correct bearing reading is obtained.

  • Page 172: Display Timing Adjustment

    2. Press the MENU key to display the setup soft keys and select RADAR SET RADAR SET UP MENU 3. Use the trackpad to move the selection bar on the Radar Set Up Menu to BEARING ALIGNMENT. 4. Use the soft keys to adjust the Bearing Alignment slider and to rotate the radar picture.

  • Page 173: Emc Conformance

    3. Press the MENU key to display the setup soft keys. 4. Press and hold the blank soft key directly to the right of the RADAR SET UP soft key for 5 seconds. The Advanced Set Up menu is then displayed.

  • Page 174: Integrated Systems, Power For External Equipment

    • A second, repeater display which can be either CRT or LCD can be connected via HSB (and SeaTalk) to provide radar and/or chart information at a remote location. • Data can be received via SeaTalk or NMEA, some of which will increase the functionality of the display.

  • Page 175: Hsb™ High Speed Bus, Hsb Connection

    For example, you could connect an HSB Radar display and an HSB Chartplotter display, to enable you to display and control both radar and chart data on either or both displays. The HSB Series displays allow you to select either type of data for display, or display both types at the same time, in half- screen windows.

  • Page 176: Seatalk® And Nmea In

    The HSB Series display can receive a comprehensive range of data. The primary data is described below: Data Primary Uses Heading Radar: North Up, Course Up modes Chart: modes/ vectors Position Chart: own vessel position Radar: Waypoints and Marks Speed...

  • Page 177

    Chapter 8: Installation For details of received data refer to the table in Appendix 4. Examples of SeaTalk and NMEA systems are shown in the illustrations below. Scanner HSB Series Display HSB Series Display SeaTalk SeaTalk SeaTalk Distribution Panel Course Computer 12/24V Supply SeaTalk 12/24V Supply...

  • Page 178: Seatalk, Seatalk Connection

    HSB Series LCD Display Scanner HSB Series Display HSB Series Display SeaTalk Distribution Compass NMEA Out Panel Non SeaTalk Pilot NMEA 12/24V Supply NMEA 12V Supply D4287-1 Integrated System with Repeater Display and NMEA Instruments SeaTalk The SeaTalk standard was originally developed by Autohelm (part of the Raytheon group), and allows compatible instruments to be connected by a single cable carrying power and data in/out.

  • Page 179

    12 V is required for other SeaTalk units (except where SeaTalk is connected only between two HSB displays). 3. If you are connecting an active compass to the radar, the NMEA input has priority. You should, therefore use an NMEA input channel (see Power and NMEA Input Connection) rather than the SeaTalk interface, unless the compass only has a SeaTalk output.

  • Page 180: Nmea 0183, Nmea Input Connection

    For this reason NMEA 0183 is generally used to connect a data receiver and a transmitter together: for example, a compass sensor transmitting heading to a radar, or a GPS sensor (or Chartplotter) transmitting position and navigation data to a radar.

  • Page 181: Using The Seatalk Auxiliary Junction Box

    Raytheon, Apelco and Autohelm GPS and Beacon Receiver systems. CAUTION Ensure correct polarity of the 12 V supply before applying radar or SeaTalk power. It is recommended that a multimeter is used to check the connections.

  • Page 182: Data Output, Data Conversion

    Data Output Data is transmitted in SeaTalk and NMEA formats as detailed in Appendix D and can be used to enhance other equipment as required. The SeaTalk input/output connection is detailed on page163. The NMEA output connector is a 4-pin connector as illustrated below. The 1.5 m NMEA OUT cable is fitted with a ferrite clamp to ensure EMC conformance.

  • Page 183: Integrated System Checks, Chart Display - Rl70rc, Rc520, Received Data, Transmitted Data

    Check that the expected data is displayed. 2. If heading data is connected, select Chart mode and check it is displayed in the heading data box, or select Radar mode and check heading is displayed in the Status Bar. Transmitted Data If SeaTalk or NMEA Out is being transmitted to other equipment, check that the data is being received correctly.

  • Page 184

    HSB Series LCD Display...

  • Page 185: Chapter 9: Maintenance And Problem Solving, Maintenance, Warnings, Routine Checks, Emc Servicing And Safety Guidelines

    Always turn the radar system off before carrying out any routine maintenance on the scanner or nearby equipment. Switch off the display unit before removing the power cord.

  • Page 186: Resetting The System

    The factory reset clears the radar unit’s Marks database, and in chartplotter units, the Waypoints and Routes databases. • Advanced Settings Reset: Radar units only – this resets the advanced radar settings back to their factory defaults (see Section 7.5).

  • Page 187: Problem Solving, Common Problems And Their Solutions, How To Contact Raytheon (us)

    2. Check the system fuse. Check that the cable connecting the scanner to the radar display unit is firmly attached and undamaged. Perform the bearing alignment procedure described in section 8.7.

  • Page 188: For Technical Support, For Product Repair And Service

    Our Technical Support Specialists are available to answer questions about installing, operating and trouble-shooting all Raytheon products. Questions may be addressed directly to our Technical Support Department via e-mail at: rmc_tech_raytheon@raymarine.com. For Product Repair and Service In the unlikely event your Raytheon unit should develop a problem, please contact your authorized Raytheon dealer for assistance.

  • Page 189: How To Contact Raytheon (europe), Technical Support, Accessories And Parts, Worldwide Support

    Our technical support staff may also be reached via e-mail. Questions may be addressed directly to: techsupra@raytheon.com. Or visit the Raytheon Marine World Wide Web site: www.raymarine.com Technical Support The Customer Services Department handles enquiries concerning installation, operation, fault diagnosis and repair.

  • Page 190

    HSB Series LCD Display...

  • Page 191: Appendix A: Specification, Hsb Series 7" Lcd Displays, General

    Appendix A: Specification Appendix A: Specification HSB Series 7" LCD Displays General Approvals CE - conforms to FCC - conforms to Size Weight Mounting Power Environmental Controls Cursor Display Type Resolution Display Size LCD Contrast Illumination Languages Connectors Interfaces 89/336/EEC (EMC), EN60945:1997 Part 80 (47CFR) and Part 2 (47CFR) 222 x 204 x 75 mm (8.8"...

  • Page 192: Radar Features

    Guard Zone Alarm Radar/Chart Synchronisation Zoom Mode HSB Series LCD Display Cursor Echo between radar and chart on split screen and/or separate displays connected via SeaTalk. Mark placed with course line; readout shows range, bearing, lat/lon of MOB and time elapsed since MOB.

  • Page 193: Chartplotter Features

    Own ships position in Lat/Lon, XTE, TTG and SOG/COG selectable. Mileage scale ruler. Bearing and distance to waypoint. Bearing and distance to cursor, SeaTalk data (see ‘interfacing’ section) Auto (SeaTalk/NMEA/Internal algorithm) or Manual User selectable in split screen mode provided radar/chart data available...

  • Page 194: Interfacing

    Chart data if Chart present on HSB. Full remote control and display of Radar Radar Radar data if present on HSB Radar Radar Depth, Speed Over Ground & Course Over Ground, Position, Waypoint number, range, bearing and time to go, Speed through water, Time, Cross Track...

  • Page 195: Appendix B: Using The Auxiliary Junction Box To Connect A Seatalk Gps And Differential Beacon Receiver

    Appendix B: Using the Auxiliary Junction Box Appendix B: Using the Auxiliary Junction Box to Connect a SeaTalk GPS and Differential Beacon Receiver Note: With the exception of the Raystar 114, when you use the following Differential Beacon Receiver configurations, the receiver must be set to AUTO MODE in the GPS Set-Up page.

  • Page 196: Raystar 112, 105, Apelco 182 And 182xt

    Raystar 112, 105, Apelco 182 and 182XT In order to connect your GPS to your Chartplotter or Combined Radar/ Chartplotter, you must first cut off the 6-pin connector and strip back the insulation on all the wires. Connect to the Auxiliary Junction Box as shown in the first illustration below.

  • Page 197: Autohelm Gps, Z260 And Z273

    Appendix B: Using the Auxiliary Junction Box Autohelm GPS, Z260 and Z273 To connect your GPS to your Chartplotter or Combined Radar/Chartplotter connect the wires as shown in the first illustration below. To connect your Differential Beacon Receiver, you must cut off the 5-pin...

  • Page 198: Raystar 112lp (seatalk Version)

    Raystar 112LP (SeaTalk version) To connect your Raystar 112LP to your Chartplotter or Combined Radar/ Chartplotter, refer to the first illustration below or follow the instructions in Chapter 8. To connect the Raystar 112LP and your Differential Beacon Receiver, cut off the 5-pin connector and strip back the red, black and green wires.

  • Page 199: Raystar 114 Combined Gps And Differential Beacon Receiver

    Receiver To connect your Raystar 114 Combined GPS and Differential Beacon Receiver to your Chartplotter or Combined Radar/Chartplotter, cut off the 5-pin connector, strip back the insulation on all the wires and connect to the Auxiliary Junction Box as shown in the illustration below.

  • Page 200

    HSB Series LCD Display...

  • Page 201: Appendix C: C-map Chart Card Features

    Beacon, lateral Beacon, safe water Beacon, special purpose Beacon, generic Light Sectors Signals Signals Signals Signals Signals Anchor Cairn Chain/Wire Fog signal Radar reflector Top mark Nav aid, generic Extended nav- -aid, generic Radar station Radar trans- -ponder beacon Radio station...

  • Page 202

    Pylon Canal bank Telepheric Rapids Tunnel entrance HSB Series LCD Display Landmarks Landmarks Landmarks Landmarks Landmarks Building, religious Building, single Cemetery Fortified structure Siloway route part Tank Chimney Dish aerial Flagstaff/Flagpole Flare stack Mast Monument Radar dome plane landing area...

  • Page 203

    Appendix C: C-MAP Chart Features ICON DISPLAY The following chart features are always displayed: PORTS River Tower River bank Windmill Waterfall Windmotor Lake Lake shore Complex (detailed) object/Simple object Ports Ports Ports Ports Ports: Services Services Services Services Services Port Information Port Information Port Information Port Information...

  • Page 204

    CARTOGRAPHIC OBJECTS NATURAL FEATURES ROCKS WRECKS DEPTHS 1 DEPTHS 2 DEPTHS 3 PORTS CAUTION AREAS OFFSHORE INSTALLATIONS AREAS, LIMITS CARTOGRAPHIC OBJECTS NATURAL FEATURES (Ice) COMPOSITE OBJECTS CARTOGRAPHIC AREAS Line, generic Area, generic Land area Bridge Underwater Rock Wrecks Depth area Dredged area Intertidal area Mooring/Warping facility...

  • Page 205: Appendix D: Seatalk And Nmea Data Received And Transmitted

    MOB data Autopilot Status (Standby / Auto / Vane / Track) SeaTalk only Cursor Range and Bearing (from Chartplotter) Cursor Range and Bearing (from Radar) Global Alarms - SeaTalk Only Waypoint/Route Transfer * If Magnetic Heading is not available, sthe True Heading and Variation (if available) are used to generate the magnetic heading.

  • Page 206

    When available, NMEA OUT data is transmitted from RL70RC and RC520, or from RL70 if connected to a Chart display via HSB. When available, NMEA OUT data is transmitted from RL70 and RL70RC, or from a RC520 if connected to a Radar display via HSB HSB Series LCD Display SeaTalk NMEA Out ✔...

  • Page 207: Abbreviations

    Abbreviations Abbreviations ANSI American National Standards Institute American Wire Gauge Bearing and Distance Indicator Bearing Course Deviation Indicator Code of Federal Regulations Course Made Good Course Over Ground Cathode Ray Tube Centre deciBels Direct Current Distance Made Good Dead Reckoning Electronic Bearing Line Electro Magnetic Compatability Estimated Time of Arrival...

  • Page 208

    latitude pounds Liquid Crystal Display longitude Magnetic metres Main Bang Suppression millimetre Man OverBoard Mark nautical mile NMEA National Marine Electronics Association Position (of vessel) Radio Frequency Range Revolutions Per Minute Single Side Band Ships Heading Marker Speed Over Ground Sensitivity Time Control True Time To Go...

  • Page 209: Index

    Chart 11, 37 the Vessel 38 Centre Control 35 Changing the Chart Scale 39 Changing the Heading Mode 73, 74 Changing the Radar Range 52 Changing the Targets Display 61 Chart 73 Centre 11, 37 Custom Display Options 33...

  • Page 210

    Marks 131, 132 Wakes 62 COG (Course Over Ground) 111 Data Box 124 Vector 136, 138 Combined Display Definition 3 Combined Radar/Chartplotter 4 Identifying Objects with Cursor Echo 51, 78, 117 Operating Modes 5 Switching Control 29 System Set Up 121 Connections...

  • Page 211

    Track. See Show: a Track; Showing: a Track Bearing Data (EBLs) 131 Chart Data 81 Waypoint Data 86 Displaying the Radar and Synchronising Radar & Cha 48 Distance (Chart) Measuring Using VRM/EBLs 63, 112 EBL (Electronic Bearing Lines) 51, 63. See also...

  • Page 212

    Identifying Objects with Cursor Echo 51 Installation Checks 169 Installation Considerations 142, 160 Power 151 Integrated Sysytem Switching Control Between Radar and Chart 29 Interference Rejection 54, 61, 62 Interpreting and Adjusting the Radar Picture 54 Interpreting and adjusting the radar picture 51 Joining...

  • Page 213

    Trackpad 4, 14, 37 Operating Modes 5 Chart Display 5, 25 Data Log 5, 25, 111, 119 Plotter 137 Radar Display 5, 25 Selecting 25 Orientation - Chart 137 Passage Plan 97 Pilot Data Box 124 Place and Goto A Waypoint Scenario 42...

  • Page 214

    Radar Master 3, 161 Radar Picture Interpreting and Adjusting 54 Radar Repeater 3, 161 Radar System Alignment 142 Radar System Test 142 Radar/Chart Synchronisation 11, 38, 39, 136 Rain Clutter Control 54, 57 Rain Control Distant Rain 60 Range 64...

  • Page 215

    Switching the Radar On and Off 22 Switching the Scanner Off 22 Symbol Marks 131, 132 MOB 77, 116 Waypoint 86, 89, 136, 138 Synchronise Chart and Radar 11, 38, 39, 136. See also Find Ship System Component List 144 Grounding 151 Set Up 122, 124–125...

  • Page 216

    Wind Data Box 124 Window Options BDI 5, 30 CDI 5, 30 Chart 5, 30 Nav Data 5, 30 Radar 5, 30 Windows Full Screen 5 Half Screen 5 World Map 11, 80 Restart 101, 104 XTE (Cross Track Error) Data Box 124...

  • Page 217

    Marine Company or authorized service agent at the time of request for Warranty service. Consumable items, (such as: Chart paper, lamps, fuses, batteries, styli, stylus/drive belts, radar mixer crystals/ diodes, snap-in impeller carriers, impellers, impeller bearings, and impeller shaft) are specifically excluded from this Warranty.

  • Page 218

    United States of America Raytheon Marine Company Recreational Products 676 Island Pond Road Manchester, NH 03109-5420 U.S.A. UK, Europe, Middle East, Far East Raytheon Marine Company Recreational Products Anchorage Park, Portsmouth PO3 5TD, England Purchased from Dealer Address Installed by Commissioned by Owner’s name Mailing address...

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Rl80c, Rl70, Rc520, Rl70rc

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