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16 TRACKER 5100/5100i/5500/5500i Installation and Operation Manual
NAVMAN
To use the fuel display, the optional fuel kit must be
installed and the fuel data set up (see section 13-4).
To go to the fuel display, press DISP and select Fuel.
The fuel display shows:
Used: The total fuel used since it was reset to 0 by
the Clear Used command (see section 13-4).
Remaining: The amount of fuel remaining in the fuel
tank(s).
Flow: The fuel consumption. For twin engine
installations, the fuel flow for each engine is shown
separately. This is useful for checking that both
engines are under the same load.
Economy: The distance travelled per unit of fuel
used. The units are set by the units selected for speed
and fuel. Adjust throttle and trim for best economy.
The bigger the number the better the economy.
Speed: Boat speed over ground.
Range: The estimated distance that the boat is able
to travel, based on fuel remaining and current fuel
consumption.
4 Fuel display
The data display has eight large numeric data fields,
four lines with two fields per line.
To go to the data display, press DISP and select Data.
Change what data is displayed
1 Press MENU and select Data setup.
2 Change a data field:
i Press the cursor keys to highlight the field.
ii Press ENT to display a menu of the data
that can be shown in the field.
iii Select the data to show in the field; select
None to leave the field empty.
3 Repeat the above step to change other fields.
4 Finally, press ESC to return to the data
display.
5 Data display
Warnings:
Fuel economy can change drastically depending on boat loading and sea conditions. Always
carry adequate fuel for the journey plus a sufficient reserve.
Each time fuel is added or removed use the fuel setup menu (see section 13-4) to record the
fuel or else fuel remaining and the low fuel alarm will be meaningless!
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