TRACKER 5430/5430i Installation and Operation Manual
If Projected course is turned on, then the
TRACKER will display the projected position
based on the course over ground (COG), speed
and a specified time. To turn Projected course on
and off and to set the time, see section 13-2.
3-4 Projected course
Tracking records the boat’s position to memory at
regular intervals, which can be:
Time intervals.
Or distance intervals.
The track of where the boat has been can be
displayed on the chart. The TRACKER can display
one track while recording another.
To work with tracks, (see section 13-5).
The TRACKER can store five tracks:
Track 1 can hold up to 2000 points and is
intended to record the normal progress of the
Tracks 2, 3, 4 and 5 can hold up to 500 points
each and are intended to record sections to be
retraced accurately, for example entering a river
Tip: Record the tracks in good conditions.
When recording is on and the track becomes full
then recording continues and the oldest points in
the track are deleted. The maximum length of a
track depends on the selected track interval: a small
interval will give a shorter, more detailed track and
a long interval will give a longer, less detailed track,
as shown in these examples:
3-5 Tracks and tracking
Time intervals
Interval Track 1 Track 2, 3, 4 or 5
1 sec 33 minutes 8 minutes
10 sec 5.5 hours 1.4 hours
1 min 33 hours 8 hours
Distance intervals
Interval Track 1 Track 2, 3, 4 or 5
0.01 20 5
1 2,000 500
10 20,000 5,000
The track lenghts are in the current distance
units, for example nm.
Boat’s projected course
Boat position
Projected position
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