User manual GARMIN DELTA

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[. . . ] Garmin, the Garmin logo, BlueChart, and TracBack are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. ?These trademarks may not be used without the express permission of Garmin. ?The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. ?Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. ? [. . . ] To set your present location as the location of the first point of the start line, select Mark Point > Mark. ?To use a previously saved waypoint as the location of the first point of the start line, select Select Pt. ?, and select a waypoint. ?To set your present location as the location of the second point of the start line, select Waypoints > Mark Point > Mark. ?To use a previously saved waypoint as the location of the second point of the start line, select Waypoints > Select Pt. ?, and select a point. ?To set the bearing of the start line from the location of the first waypoint, select Bearing, and enter the bearing. ? and to zoom in and out of Navigating Using TracBack While navigating, you can navigate back to the beginning of your track. ?2 Select Tracks > Current > TracBack. ? Sail Racing Using the Start Line Before you can use the device to start a race, you must select the sailing profile and set the start line. ?2 Select Sail Race > Race. ? Your current location , track to follow , and end point appear on the map. ? Marking and Starting Navigation to a Man Overboard Location You can save a man overboard (MOB) location, and automatically start navigation back to it. ?2 Navigate using the compass or map. ? Applications 5 The race timer screen displays the race timer , time to burn , and distance to the start line . ?3 Select and to synchronize the race timer with the official race countdown, and select the blue key to start the timer. ?TIP: If the burn time is negative, you will arrive at the start line after the race starts, and should modify your course or speed accordingly. ?If the burn time is positive, you will arrive at the start line before the race starts, and should modify your course or speed accordingly. ?To recalibrate the port or starboard tack direction, hold a steady course along the intended port or starboard tack, and select Recal. ?. ? Pairing With an Autopilot You can refer to the GHC?3 Set the GHC to search for a remote. ? Applications 7 When the devices are paired, the autopilot screen appears on the quatix. ?After your device is paired with your autopilot, it automatically reconnects with your autopilot every time it is within range. ?NOTE: To pair with a different autopilot, hold and to reset the existing autopilot pair, and repeat steps 2 and 3. ? 3 Select a time zone. ? The custom time zone page is added to the current profile. ? Using Autopilot Before you can use the quatix to control an autopilot, you must install and configure a compatible Garmin GHP?For more information, see the owner's manual for your autopilot. ?To engage the autopilot heading hold, hold a steady course, select Engage, and release the helm. ? Editing a Custom Time Zone 1 Select the blue key. ?To customize the name of the time zone, select Edit Label. ? Alerts You can set the device to alert you in many different situations where your awareness of the surrounding conditions or other data is important. ?There are three types of alerts: event alerts, range alerts, and recurring alerts. ?For example, you can set the device to alert you when you reach a specified elevation. ?Range alert: A range alert notifies you every time the device is above or below a specified range of values. ?For example, you can set the device to alert you when your speed is below 5 knots and over 15 knots. ? [. . . ] GWS (ground wind speed): The speed of the wind relative to the ground. ?When there are no currents and no leeway, the ground wind speed is equivalent to the true wind speed. ?OPP TACK (opposite tack heading): The opposite tack direction of the vessel based on the current tack direction SET: The direction of the current referenced from the north. ?STW (speed through water): The speed of the boat relative to the water. ? TWA (true wind angle): The angle of the wind relative to the water, referenced from the bow of the boat with a port or starboard angle up to 180 degrees. ? [. . . ]

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