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Press MENU one or more times until the Setup
menu is displayed, then select Alarms:
Trigger settings can be defined to suit the boat
and individual preferences as follows:
Alarms can be set (enabled) to automatically
detect certain conditions, such as the water
being too shallow. Alarms that are enabled are
shown as black icons in the Alarm status box on
the sonar displays.
When an enabled alarm is triggered, the
beeper sounds, an alarm message is displayed
and the alarm status icon flashes.
Press ENT or ESC to acknowledge the alarm,
stop the beeper and close the alarm window.
This does not disable the alarm.
Alarms automatically re-enable
The Too shallow, Too Deep and Low
battery alarms automatically re-enable
when the value moves outside the alarm
trigger setting.
The Temperature alarm automatically
re-enables when the temperature is more
Symbol Alarm
Name
Beeper
Cycle
Alarm condition is met
when the:
Too
shallow
1/5 sec Depth is less than
the alarm trigger value
Too
deep
1/2 sec Depth is greater than
the alarm trigger value
Fish 1 short
beep
Echo matches the
profile of a fish
Temp. 1/2 sec Temperature equals
the alarm trigger value
Temp.
rate
1/2 sec Rate of change of
temperature equals the
alarm trigger value
Low
battery
1/2 sec Battery voltage is
less than the alarm
trigger value
Low
fuel *
1/2 sec Fuel remaining equals the
alarm trigger value
*Only 4432
3-6 Setup > Units
3-5 Setup > Alarms
Press MENU one or more times until the Setup
menu is displayed, then select Units:
Baro
InHg (Inches of mercury)
• Mb (Millibars) - sometimes called kPa
Speed
Select from:
kn (knots)
mph (miles per hour)
kph (kilometres per hour)
Wind
• True
• Apparent
Depth
Select from:
ft (feet)
m (metres)
fa (fathoms)
Pressure
• kPa
• psi
than 0.45°F (0.25°C) above or below the alarm
trigger setting.
The Temperature rate alarm
automatically re-enables when the rate of
temperature change falls below the trigger
setting by more than 0.2°F (0.1°C) per minute.
Flashing light and/or external beeper
If a secondary alarm indicator is required,
a flashing light and/or external beeper can
be installed. These can be positioned
anywhere suitable on the boat. See section
6-5 Wiring options.
The default units
are shown in this
example.
Distance
Select from:
nm (nautical miles)
mi (miles)
km (kilometres)
FISH 4432/4433 Installation and Operation Manual 14
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