"Raymarine suppression ferrites, are not required. You can purchase any ferrites, they just differ by the cable size.
Is the heading data on the p70 labeled as True or Magnetic? Did you just re-swing the compass connected to the X-5 to…"
"My 'T' has 3 locking collars; 2 collars are Blue (the horizontal portion of the 'T') and one is White (the verticle potion of the 'T')
The DST800 is connected via a Blue/Black backbone cable to a 'blue'…"
"Acceptable, only if there are plenty of amps behind that voltage to power the system. I don't think that is the case with what your explaining. I would recommend figuring out the power loss, and redoing the connection to the breaker…"
Dragonfly displays do not feature communications interfaces. They are exclusively designed to support CHIRP/DownVision. If seeking SideVision features as well as DownVision features, then it is recommended that an a68, a78,…"
"The close hauled instrument is connected to the wind instrument with a black and white Sea Talk câble with two five pin plug. There is current but no information passes from the wind instrument to the close Hauled instrument"
"Are you explaining operation when follow a waypoint or route? What happens when you just press AUTO on the control head? Does it hold the heading specified? Does the heading change after you press AUTO?"
"I have given -up on trying to make my I 40 display head work with my old autohelm st30 bidata transducer.
I'm having a hard time locating a new Raymarine depth transducer only for my new I40 head unit.Also I' m concerned that the shallow…"
"Thank you Mike, for the great description and in sight. There are two pumps in the system, the steering pump and the autopilot pump, when in Standby the autopilot pump is just a pass through for the hydraulic fluid in the system."
"I did the test on the compass and screen to blue was open, so i sent the whole system back, on thing I do not understand is when I had tech support on the phone, they guided me thru the commisoning of swing compass, and it was not there. Strange!…"