Chapter 2 will help you start using your system. For chartplotter operating details, refer to Chapter 5 and Chapter 6. To change the system set up defaults, read Chapter 7. Note: Many illustrations in this handbook show example screens. The screen you see on your display depends on your system configuration and set up op- tions, so it may differ from the illustration. This chapter also provides an overview of the controls.
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The names Raytheon For information Page 9: Contents vii Contents Preface Page 11 ix Chapter 4: Integrated Radar Operations Page 13 xi Units Page 15 xiii Appendix A: Specification Page 19 Chapter 1: Overview Terminology How to Use This The following terminology is used to describe radar and chartplotter systems Page 29 Chapter 1: Overview 1. Page 31 Chapter 1: Overview ON: Chart text, chart boundaries, depth contours, navigation marks and land features.
Page 35 Chapter 1: Overview until you press a key, or select an item on the screen; the soft keys associated Controls display mode and windows. GAIN controls Press the It is recommended that you set Page 73 Chapter 3: Standard Radar Operations Page 75 Chapter 3: Standard Radar Operations Use the trackpad to move the slider up or down.
Page 79 Chapter 3: Standard Radar Operations and the echoes are not repetitive or consistent in position. With high winds and Page 83 Chapter 3: Standard Radar Operations 3. Move the cursor over Page 89 Chapter 3: Standard Radar Operations 3. Page 91 Chapter 3: Standard Radar Operations 3. If necessary, use the trackpad to move the corner of the guard zone Page 93 Chapter 3: Standard Radar Operations 3.
Page 97 Chapter 3: Standard Radar Operations target using the context sensitive cursor or the database list. Alternatively, if you display The first The graph and tide data Page Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations While the cursor is over the waypoint, the waypoint soft keys are displayed. Page Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations 3. If you NAME a route, use the trackpad to move the cursor right Page Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations You should always check the target waypoint before initiating a follow route.
Page Chapter 5: Standard Chart Operations 5. The current track is cleared from Note: Under Page Chapter 7: Setting Up the System Defaults To change the range scale, highlight the required range and use the When set Page Chapter 8: Installation 8. Page Chapter 8: Installation Page Chapter 8: Installation If a longer power cable run is required, use the supplied power cable to connect to If a visual relative bearing Page Chapter 8: Installation SeaTalk Connection This connection is necessary for full functionality between hsb2 series displays.
SeaTalk data, if These can Page Chapter 9: Maintenance and Problem Solving 9.
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