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G-PILOT 3100 Operation Manual NAVMAN 11
heading:
To display MAG (magnetic) or TRUE headings,
go to HDG TYPE in the OPTIONS menu (see
section 3-7).
3-3 Bar data display
The bar data at the top of the display can display
rudder angle or course error.
To select what is displayed, go to BAR DATA in
the MAIN menu (see section 3-7). The options
are RUD (rudder angle) or CE (course error). If
the G-PILOT 3100 system has more than one
display unit, then the bar data display can be
selected differently in each display unit.
Rudder angle
Rudder angle is the angle that the rudder is
turned from amidships. When the G-PILOT
3100 is driving the rudder, an arrowhead at
the end of the bar data turns on, pointing in the
3 Operation
Heading
True or
mag net ic
heading
In STBY (standby), course error displays
as zero.
3-4 Info data display
The info data is at the bottom of the screen,
and can display one item of steering or
navigation data. To select what data is
displayed, go to INFO DATA in the MAIN
menu (see section 3-7). If the G-PILOT 3100
system has more than one display unit, then the
info data display can be selected differently in
each display unit.
The options are:
CTS: The course the G-PILOT 3100
intends the boat to steer; in STBY
(standby) there is no CTS and the display
shows CTS — — —.
3-1 Set backlight for screen and
keys
To adjust the backlight, go to LAMP in the MAIN
menu (see section 3-7). The options are OFF
or 1 (least bright) to 4 (most bright).
3-2 Heading display
The main display always shows the boat
G-PILOT driving rudder to
port, rudder is at 12° to port
G-PILOT is not driving rudder,
rudder is at 18° to port,
If the rudder is turned 30° or more, the display
shows 30° and the arrowhead is on:
G-PILOT is not driving rudder,
rudder is amidships
direction the rudder is moving. For example:
Rudder angle can be displayed even if the boat
is being steered manually.
Course error
The course error is the angle between the
actual boat heading and the intended autopilot
course, for example:
Actual heading 90°
CTS (course to steer) 110°
Course error is 20° to starboard
Actual heading 290°
CTS 250°
Course error is 40° to port, but 30° is
the largest error that can be displayed,
so the display shows 30° to port
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