I currently have a c80 classic mfd with a 4k radome, a dsm 250 sounder and a raystar 120I was considering upgrading to a new e-series or a-series.I think I already know the answer, but will any of those work with the new head unit? this way I can upgrade the system over time? See More
Please excuse the delay in this response as we needed to perform a verification of the package contents of the CP200. Contrary to the instruction manual for the CP100/CP200, the CP200 is shipped with a power cable having a single ferrite…"
I have a new Raymariine EV-1 Autopilot with fewer than 100 hours operating time on it. it has a P70 head and ev-200 pump on a 48' Sea Ray. The install went well with a sucessful sea trial, all performance parameters were normal. In the last 10 hours it has developed a heading oscillation anytime the boat is up on plane ( speed 15knots or higher with amplitude of the oscillation increasing with speed) Below that speed, the aautopilot tracks rock steady in either heading or track mode. We just…See More
Each Raymarine offers the E66074 3m Transducer Extension Cable which is designed to be mated to transducers which are designed designed to be directly mated to the transducer port of a/c/e-Series MFDs featuring internal ClearPulse sounder…"
"I would like to see another diagnostics, if you press the Operation softkey in the area you have pictured, then a new set of softkeys will light up, Radar Debug ON. This will put diagnostic numbers in Red on the Radar screen. Report…"
The instructions provided within my initial response are consistent with an a/c/e/gS-Series MFD which has been maintained with the latest product software. Similarly, the version of the a/c/e-Series Installation and Operation Guide…"
Should you be unable to calibrate the speed data item to match the actual speed of the boat, then it would appear that your transducer's speed insert is in need of replacement. Unfortunately, Raymarine does not stock fishfinder…"
"Unfortunately the ST4000 control unit is no longer repairable, due to part availability. There isn't a control unit type system that is a direct replacement, the ST4000 was a control head and course computer all in one, and they are not…"
"Once you complete the dockside calibration. Then take the boat out for a 15-20 minute cruise, keeping the speed between 3-15 knots, making sure you do some circles and figure 8's to show the system at least 270 degrees of the compass…"