Furuno Lcd Sounder Ls6000 Manual Arts

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Your Local Agent/Dealer Your Local Agent/Dealer 9-52 Ashihara-cho, 9-52 Ashihara-cho, Nishinomi Nishinomiy ya, Ja a, Jap pan an Tele Telep phone : hone : 0798-65-2111 0798-65-2111 Telefax : Telefax : 0798-65-4200 0798-65-4200 FIRST EDITION : FIRST EDITION : FEB. FEB. 2002 2002 A All ri ll rig ghts reserved. hts reserved. Printed in Japan Printed in Japan C : C : JUN. JUN. 10,2002 10,2002 PUB.No. PUB.No. OME-23690 OME-23690 *00080926502* *00080926502* *00080926502* *00080926502*

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TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD ................................................iii 2. SYSTEM & INSTALLATION MENUS .... 18 SYSTEM OVERVIEW...................................iv 2.1 System Menu................................. 18 2.2 Installation Menu ........................... 20 1. OPERATION............................................1 1.1 Control Description ..........................1 3. MAINTENANCE, 1.2 Turning the Power On/Off ................1 TROUBLESHOOTING .........................

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Safety Instructions for the Operator WARNING CAUTION Do no turn on the equipment with the Do not open the equipment. transducer out of water. There are no uer-serviceable parts inside. The transducer may be damaged. Do not disassemble or modify the The picture is not refreshed when equipment. picture advancement is stopped. Fire, electrical shock or serious injury can Maneuvering the vessel in this condition result. may result in a dangerous situation. Immediately turn off th

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Safety Instructions for the Installer WARNING CAUTION Turn off the power at the switchboard Do not install the equipment where before beginning the installation. air bubbles and noise are present. Fire or electrical shock can result if the Performance will be affected. power is left on. The following are guidelines for Be sure no water leaks in at the trans- handling of the transducer cable. ducer or sensor mounting location. - Do not locate near oils and fuels. Water leakage can sink the vessel

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FOREWORD A Word to LS-6100 Features Owners The FURUNO LS-6100 is a dual frequency (50 kHz, 200 kHz) monochrome LCD echo Congratulations on your choice of the sounder. Comprised of a display unit and a FURUNO LS-6100 6” Echo Sounder. We transducer, the LS-6100 displays are confident you will see why the underwater conditions on a bright 6-inch FURUNO name has become synonymous monochrome LCD. with quality and reliability. The main features of the LS-6100 are For over 50 years F

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SYSTEM OVERVIEW System configuration Equipment lists Standard supply Name Type Code No. Qty Remarks Display Unit LS-6100 — 1 520-5PSD 000-015-204 Thru-hull mount Transducer 520-5MSD 000-015-212 Thru-hull mount Select 520-5PWD 000-015-126 Transom mount one Triducer (transducer 525ST-MSD 000-015-263 Thru-hull mount plus spd/temp sensor) 525ST-PWD 000-015-261 Transom mount • Tapping screw (4 pcs., 5 x 20 SUS304, 000-802-081) Installation Materials • Washer head screw B (4 pcs.,

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1. OPERATION 1.1 Control Description Display unit How to remove the hard cover 1.2 Turning the Power Place your thumbs at the center of the On/Off cover, and then lift the cover while Press the [POWER/BRILL] key more than pressing it with your thumbs. one second to turn on the power. The unit beeps, the startup screen appears, and then the equipment checks the ROM and RAM for proper operation and displays program number. (If “NG” (No Good) appears, try to press any key except t

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press any key after the completion of the Note 1 : Setting windows other than those equipment check to start operation sooner. on menus are erased if there is no operation within about seven seconds. Note 2: When the power is reapplied after turning off the equipment with minimum brilliance, minimum brilliance will be set after the equipment goes through its initial 6' ECHO SOUNDER start up. Adjust the brilliance as necessary. LS-6100 FURUNO ELECTRIC CO., LTD. ROM : OK RA

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Single frequency display Dual frequency display 50 kHz The 50 kHz picture appears on the left; the 200 kHz picture on the right. This display is The sounder uses ultrasonic signals to useful for comparing the same picture with detect bottom conditions. The lower the two different transmitting frequencies. frequency of the signal, the wider the 50/200 1/1 detection area. Therefore, the 50 kHz 0 0 0.0 50 kHz 200 kHz frequency is useful for general detection picture picture

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Bottom-zoom display Nav data displays This mode expands bottom and bottom fish The nav data displays appear on the left in the range width set with ZOOM RANGE 2/3 of the screen. Data other than depth on page 3 of the SYSTEM menu. This requires appropriate sensor. mode is useful for determining bottom contour. You can display between two and four items in a nav data display and choose the 50k 1/1 0 0 0.0 27 item and order and to display them. See Single paragraph 1.23 to choose the i

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Off 1.5 Menu Operating Cruising Procedure Fishing The LS-6100 has three menus: Main menu Auto mode options window (referred to in text as “menu”), System and 4. Use ▲ or ▼ to choose option or set Installation. Below is the basic menu numeric value. operating procedure. 5. Press the [MENU/ESC] key to close the menu, or press ◄ to continue menu 1. Press the [MENU/ESC] key to open the operation. menu. Page 1 or Page 2 of the menu appears depending on the page last used. 1.

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5. Press the [MENU/ESC] key to close the 1.7 Manual Operation menu. Choosing the manual mode The auto mode in use is shown as 1. Press the [MENU/ESC] key to open the (Auto-Fishing) or (Auto-Cruising) at menu. the top left corner on the screen. 2. Press ▲ or ▼ to choose AUTO MODE from page 1 of the menu. Range offset 3. Press ► to show the options window. 4. Choose Off with ▲. To display the bottom tail in detail in the 5. Press the [MENU/ESC] key to close the automatic mo

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Table 1-1 Default ranges Adjusting the gain Basic Range The [GAIN] key adjusts the sensitivity of the Unit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 receiver. Generally, use a higher gain meters 5 10 20 40 80 150 200 300 setting for greater depths and a lower feet 15 30 60 120 200 400 600 1000 setting for shallower waters. fathoms 3 5 10 20 40 80 120 200 P/B 3 5 10 30 50 100 150 200 1. Press the [+] or [-] key of the [RANGE] key and the display should now look something like the one below. 2. Press th

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) ( 50k 1/1 0 VRM VRM depth 20 39.8 40 Fast Slow Picture and picture advancement speed 1. Press the [MENU/ESC] key to open the 60 menu. 2. Choose PIC. ADVANCE from page 1 of 49.6 80 the menu. 3. Press ► to show the options window. How to measure depth with the VRM Stop 1/16 Slow 1.10 A-scope Display 1/8 1/4 This display shows echoes at each 1/2 transmission with amplitudes and tone 1/1 proportional to their intensities, on the right 2/1 1/4 of the screen. It is usef

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1. Press the [MENU/ESC] key to open the Turn the noise limiter off when no menu. interference exists, otherwise weak echoes 2. Press ▲ or ▼ to choose A-SCOPE may be missed. from page 1 of the menu. 3. Press ► to show the options window. 4. Press ▲ or ▼ to choose the A-scope 1.12 Suppressing Low presentation type desired. Level Noise Normal: Display shows echoes at each transmission with amplitudes and tone Low intensity “speckles” may appear over proportional to their intensiti

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50k 1/1 1/1 50k 1.13 Erasing Weak 0.0 00 00 Echoes 20 20 Fish school clearly shown Sediment in the water or reflections from 40 40 White line plankton may be painted on the display in 60 60 low intensity tones. 80 52.6 80 52.6 m Weak White Line OFF White Line ON (Mesh) echoes How white line works 1.15 Waypoints Appearance of weak echoes Waypoints may be used to: These weak echoes may be erased as • Record the latitude and longitude position follows: of an important echo. 1

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2. Use ▲ or ▼ to set the cursor where Registering waypoint from the desired. Picture advancement is waypoint list stopped until step 3 is completed. 1. Press the [MENU/ESC] key to open the 3. Press the [MARK] key again. The menu. latitude and longitude position at the 2. Use ▲ or ▼ to choose WAYPOINT cursor is output to the navigator and a LIST from page 2 of the menu. vertical line marks location. Further, the 3. Press ►. display shows the waypoint name (next sequential number

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2. Use ▲ or ▼ to choose GOTO WPT 7. Press ▲ to select YES to erase the from page 2 of the menu. waypoint. The waypoint list appears, 3. Press ► to open the waypoints list. with the erased waypoint blank. 8. Press the [MENU/ESC] key twice to Off close the menu. 01 02 03 04 -------- 1.16 PROG Key -------- -------- -------- The [PROG] key provides for instant -------- display of a user-programmed options -------- -------- window from page 1 of the menu -------- Waypoint list Usi

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1.17 Picture Color (Hue) 1.19 Alarms Two picture color arrangements are Alarm description available: Day and Night. Day shows The LS-6100 has six conditions which echoes on a white background; Night generate both audio and visual alarms: shows them on a black background. bottom alarm, normal fish alarm, bottom lock fish alarm, water temperature alarm, 1. Press the [MENU/ESC] key to display arrival alarm and speed alarm. (The water the menu. temperature, arrival and speed alarms