User manual GARMIN ECHOMAP 50DV

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[. . . ] Select Done. Adjusting the Contrast MEnU EnTEr Displays a list of options or returns you to your previous screen. From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > System > Contrast. Repeat to cycle through the brightness settings. Adjusting the Backlight Turning On and Turning Off the Device Press and hold . 2 echo 100 and echo 150 Owner's Manual Getting Started Setting the Beeper You can set when the device makes audible sounds. From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > Alarms > Beeper. [. . . ] · To have the device beep only when alarms are triggered, select Alarms Only. From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > System > Auto Power > On. Turning On the Device Automatically Menu Timeout After a menu appears for 20 seconds and no keys are selected, the menu disappears and your previous screen is displayed. Using Quick Adjust After adjusting a setting and returning to the Sonar screen, you can quickly return to the setting options. After returning to the Sonar screen, select or . echo 100 and echo 150 Owner's Manual 3 Using the echo 100 and echo 150 Using the echo 100 and echo 150 The sonar screen shows a full-view graph of sonar readings from a transducer. The depth scale indicated on the right of the screen shows the screen depth as the screen scrolls from the right to the left, indicating suspended targets . Bottom depth , water temperature (if a temperature-capable transducer is connected), and transducer frequency are indicated on the left side of the screen. NOTE: The echo 100 operates only at 200 kHz, so the frequency is not displayed on the screen. Adjusting the range of the Depth Scale Sonar Screen You can adjust the range of the depth scale that appears on the right side of the screen. Select an option: · To allow the device to adjust the range automatically based on the depth, select Auto. · To increase or decrease the range of the depth scale manually, select Manual, select or , then select ENTER. Adjusting the Zoom on the Sonar Screen Manually You can manually adjust the zoom of the Sonar screen by selecting the span of the view and selecting a fixed starting depth. For example, if you select a span of 15 feet and a starting depth of 5 feet, the device will display an area from 5 feet deep to 20 feet deep. Select the starting depth. 4 echo 100 and echo 150 Owner's Manual Using the echo 100 and echo 150 Adjusting the Zoom on the Sonar Screen Automatically Setting the Gain to Auto You can adjust the zoom of the Sonar screen by selecting the span of the view and locking the screen to the contour of the water bottom. For example, if you select a span of 10 meters, the device will display an area from the water bottom to 10 meters above the bottom. Select a scroll speed. Configuring the Appearance of Suspended Targets You can set how the sonar interprets suspended targets. From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > Sonar > Fish ID. Select an option: · To show suspended targets as symbols, select . · To show suspended targets as symbols with target depth information, select . · To show suspended targets as symbols with background sonar information, select . · To show suspended targets as symbols with background sonar information and target depth information, Select . 6 echo 100 and echo 150 Owner's Manual Appendix Appendix Specifications Specification Display Temperature Range Compass Safe Distance Frequency Power Source Voltage Range Fuse Freshwater Depth Saltwater Depth Measurement 4 in. (102 mm) diagonal, 256 × 160 pixels, 8-level gray From 5°F to 158°F (from -15°C to 70°C) 10 in. (250 mm) echo 100: 200 kHz echo 150: 77 kHz or 200 kHz 10­20 Vdc AGC/3AG - 3. 0 A echo 100: 600 ft. (152 m) Viewing System Information Setting the Language From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > System > System Information. 1. From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > System > Language. Select the language. Cleaning the Outer Casing Notice Avoid chemical cleaners and solvents that can damage plastic components. [. . . ] Select the language. Cleaning the Outer Casing Notice Avoid chemical cleaners and solvents that can damage plastic components. Clean the outer casing of the device (not the screen) using a cloth dampened with a mild detergent solution. Wipe the device dry. Cleaning the Screen Use a soft, clean, lint-free cloth. Gently wipe the screen with the cloth. echo 100 and echo 150 Owner's Manual 7 Appendix Software License Agreement BY USING THE ECHOMAP 50DV OR ECHO 150, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE FOLLOWING SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT. [. . . ]

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