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30 TRACKER 5430/5430i Installation and Operation Manual
NAVMAN
13-3 GPS setup
GPS Source
There are three options:
Internal: For the TRACKER 5430i, use the
internal GPS antenna and receiver. For
TRACKER 5430, use the internal GPS receiver
and an external GPS antenna plugged into
the gold connector on the TRACKER.
NMEA: Use an external GPS or DGPS source
connected via NMEA (see section 14).
NavBus: Use an external GPS or DGPS source
connected via NavBus (see section 14).
DGPS Source
Enables or disables the satellite based DGPS
correction (see section 7). The options are None
or WAAS/EGNOS. Do not enable WAAS/EGNOS
outside their coverage areas or the accuracy of
the position might be degraded.
WAAS covers all of the USA and most of Canada.
To use WAAS, the GPS antenna must have a clear
view of the sky towards the equator. EGNOS will
cover most of Western Europe.
Restart GPS
Restarts the internal GPS receiver for servicing
or troubleshooting. The GPS receiver takes up
to three minutes to restart. The satellite display
shows the status of the GPS receiver.
(see section 7).
Static Navigation
The displayed speed and course become erratic
when the boat stops. Turn Static navigation On
to display speed and course as zero when the
boat is stopped.
Speed and Course Filter
Waves and wind cause the boat position, speed
and course to fluctuate slightly. To give stable
readings, the TRACKER calculates these values
by taking several measurements and averaging
them.
A lower value averages measurements over
a shorter period of time. This gives the most
accurate value but has the most fluctuations.
A higher value averages measurements over
a longer period of time. This gives the most
stable value but will ignore some true speed
changes.
Set the Speed and Course filters to the lowest
values which give stable readings. The range of
each filter is 1 to 60 seconds or Off (0).
13-4 Fuel Setup
To use these fuel features first purchase and
install the optional single or twin engine fuel kit.
Whenever fuel is added or removed from the
tank, use this menu:
If the tank is filled, select Tank Full.
If the tank is partly filled or fuel removed:
1 Before adding or removing the fuel, go to
the fuel display and note how much fuel
is in the tank.
2 Note how much fuel is added or removed.
3 Calculate how much fuel is now in the
tank by adding or subtracting the two
figures.
4 Select this menu and enter how much
fuel is now in the tank in Set Remaining.
Warning: Do this each time fuel is added or
removed or else fuel remaining and the low
fuel alarm will be meaningless!
Tank Full
Select Tank full each time the tank is filled full.
When asked for confirmation, Select Yes.
Set Remaining
Enter the amount of fuel now in the tank after it
has been partly filled or fuel has been removed.
Clear Used
Select Clear Used to set Used (the amount of fuel
used) to zero. Do this to restart measuring the
amount of fuel used.
When asked for confirmation, Select Yes.
Tank Size
Enter the capacity of the fuel tank.
Num Engines
Set the number of engines to None, One or Two.
If None is selected the fuel features are turned off.
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