G-PILOT 3100 Operation Manual
The G-PILOT 3100 autopilot has three steer-
Compass: The boat sails at a set com-
Wind: The boat sails and tacks at a set
angle to the wind (requires a wind instru-
ment, such as Navman’s WIND 3100
series, to be connected).
GPS: The boat sails to a destination
along a preset route (requires a GPS
instrument, such as a Navman TRACKER
chartplotter to be connected).
The G-PILOT 3100 has three states:
STBY (standby): The G-PILOT 3100 does
not steer the boat. Steer the boat with the
AUTO: The G-PILOT 3100 steers the
HAND STEER: The G-PILOT 3100 dis-
plays steering information for the helms-
man to use to steer a course manually.
The unit is powered from the boat’s power
The G-PILOT 3100 is part of the Navman family
of instruments for boats, which includes instru-
ments for speed, depth, wind and repeaters.
These instruments can be connected together
to form an integrated data system for a boat. The
G-PILOT 3100’s performance is enhanced if it is
connected to a boat speed instrument such as
Navman’s SPEED 3100 or a GPS.
Using this manual
For maximum beneﬁ t, please read this manual
carefully before using the G-PILOT 3100.
This manual describes how to operate the G-PILOT
3100. Refer to the separate G-PILOT 3100 Instal-
lation Manual for information on how to install
and setup the G-PILOT 3100 before use.
Cleaning and maintenance
Clean the parts of the G-PILOT 3100 with a
damp cloth or mild detergent. Avoid abrasive
cleaners, petrol or other solvents.
Do not paint any part of the G-PILOT 3100
except for the cables.
12 V DC
Parts supplied with G-PILOT
Other parts required
or switches and
1-1 A typical installation
Note: Above shows typical installation only.
Please refer to the information supplied with
your drive for further information.