User manual GARMIN ECHO 100 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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Manual abstract: user guide GARMIN ECHO 100INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] screw and insert the screw through the mounting bracket, transducer, spacer, and rubber washer. You will adjust the transducer and tighten the nut after you install the transducer on the boat.
Installing the transducer on a transom
Selecting a transom-mount Location Select a transom-mount location while considering these guidelines for optimal performance. · Mount the transducer as close to the center of the boat as possible. · Do not mount the transducer behind strakes, struts, fittings, water intake or discharge ports, or anything that creates air bubbles or causes the water to become turbulent. [. . . ] worm gear clamp (not included) instead of the cable tie.
Installing the Swivel Mount
1. Fasten the mount with the cables installed in the mount (page 4), or without the cables installed in the mount (page 4). Selecting a Swivel-Mount Location Select a location to install the swivel mount, while considering these guidelines. · The location provides a clear view of the screen and access to the keys on the echo. · The location is sturdy enough to support the device and the mount. · You can route the cables either from under the swivel mount, or from behind the device. · The location is the appropriate distance from a compass (page 6). Preparing the Swivel-Mount Base Installation Notice Use pan-head screws or bolts when securing the swivel-mount base. Screws or bolts with countersunk heads will damage the base.
2. Place the transducer mount against the body of the trolling motor with the front of the transducer pointed away from the propeller. (50 cm) cable tie around the body of the trolling motor, but do not fully tighten the cable tie. Properly align the gasket between the transducer mount and the body of the trolling motor, and tighten the cable tie. Position the transducer so that it will be parallel with the bottom when in use, tighten the 10-32 locking nut until it touches the mounting bracket, and tighten 1/4 turn more (do not overtighten). (14 cm) cable ties to secure the transducer cable to the motor shaft. If necessary, fill the forward-facing portion (except the cable tie pocket) of the transducer mount with sealant to avoid accumulation of debris. Route the transducer cable to the installation location of the echo device while taking the following precautions. · Avoid routing the cable close to electrical wires or other sources of electrical interference. · Make sure that the cable will not become pinched when the trolling motor is deployed and recovered.
1. After you have chosen the location to install the swivel mount (page 3), determine whether you will attach the mount to the surface using screws or bolts, and choose the appropriate fastening hardware: · To attach the base with screws, use self-tapping, pan-head wood screws, either size #8 or a diameter of 5/32 in. · To attach the base with bolts, use pan-head bolts, either size #8 or a diameter of 5/32 in. If you plan to route the cables from under the mounting surface, orient the swivel base so that the pass-through holes face the desired direction. If you plan to route the cables from under the mounting surface, mark the location in the center . [. . . ] (213 m)
*Depth capacity is dependent on water salinity, bottom type, and other water conditions
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