20 NAVMAN FISH 4200 Installation and Operation Manual
Use this menu at installation time, to select the
language and to enter the keel offset value, the number
of engines and the fuel tank size. The INSTALL menu
can also be used to calibrate the water temperature
and boat speed.
Select MAIN MENU - SETUP - INSTALL to display the
4-8 INSTALL menu
Depth of transducer
Enter positive values to display depth as measured from a point above the transducer (e.g. water surface).
Enter negative values to display depth as measured from a point below the transducer (e.g. keel).
Note: Boat illustrated uses a through hull transducer
Use Keel Offset either when the
transducer is located below the
water surface but a display of total
water depth is required, or when
depth of water below the boat’s
keel is required.
Press or to highlight
The following languages
are available: English,
Spanish, Italian, Dutch,
Press or to highlight
the selected language,
then press to save
Keel offset is the distance between the location of
the depth transducer and the point the displayed
depth is measured from.
Enter a keel offset value when the transducer is
located below the water surface but a display of
total water depth is required, or when the depth of
water below the boat's keel is required.
Press or to select KEEL OFFSET, then press
to display the keel offset box.
Negative values display the depth as measured
from a point below the transducer (e.g. keel).
Positive values display the depth as measured from
a point above the transducer (e.g. water surface).
Press or to increase or decrease the value.
See section 4-9 for a description of the calibration
Use this to specify the number of engines on your boat.
Press to select 0, 1, or 2. Note: selecting 0 will
remove the fuel options from the menus and turn off
all the fuel features.
Use this to specify the capacity of the fuel tank (this
is displayed in the units selected through the
SETUP - UNITS menu). Press or to increase
or decrease the value as required.
It is recommended that the fuel tank capacity is
measured by draining the fuel tank and then filling
it to capacity. After filling, note the reading from the
fuel dispenser’s gauge. Note: Be aware of air
pockets, especially in underfloor tanks.