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26 NAVMAN FISH 4200 Installation and Operation Manual
Depth range
· 2 ft (0.6 m) to 600 ft (180 m)
Display type
· FSTN greyscale
· Screen resolution 160 high x 120 wide (pixels)
· Amber multi-level back lighting
Supply voltage
· 10 to 16.5 V DC
Supply current
· 120 mA min - no backlighting
· 180 mA max - full backlighting
Operating temperature
· 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C)
Transom transducer cable length
· 26 ft (8 m)
Typical depth acquisition time from startup
· 2 seconds at 100 feet
Transducer frequency
· 200 kHz
Transducer power
· 150 Watts RMS @ 13.8V DC (During Burst)
Receiver sensitivity
· Better than 10 micro volts RMS
· Dynamic range 4.0 million to 1 (120dB)
Standards Compliance
·EMC: USA FCC Part 15 Class B.
Europe (CE) EN50081-1 & EN50082-1
New Zealand & Australia (C Tick)
AS-NZS 3548
·Environment: IP67
Appendix A - Specifications
Temperature measurement range
· 32 to 99.9°F (0 to 37.7°C) Resolution 0.1 units
Speed range
· 1 to 50 kn (57.5 mph, 96.6 kph)
Speed resolution
· 0.0 to 9.9, 10 to 50
Communications
· NMEA 0183 (Ver 2.0) 4800 Baud
NMEA output
NMEA (0183 format) is a standard for interfacing
marine electronic devices. The NAVMAN fishfinder
can output the following data:
· DBT (Depth Below Transducer)
· DPT (Depth and Keel offset)
· TDK (Depth NAVMAN NZ - proprietary)
· TKV (Speed NAVMAN NZ - proprietary)
· VHW (Speed)
· MTW (Water temperature)
· XDR (Battery voltage and Fuel Flow)
Fuel Computer (Optional fuel transducers required)
Outboard carburetted two stroke petrol/gasoline
engines: 30 to 300 hp
Outboard four stroke petrol/gasoline engines:
90 to 300 hp
Inboard petrol/gasoline engines: 50 to 300 hp
Minimum flow rate: 1.3 U.S. gallons per hour (5
litres per hour)
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