User manual GARMIN ECHOMAP 70S

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[. . . ] The transducer must be in clean (non-turbulent) water for optimal performance. · Do not mount the transducer in the path of the propeller on singledrive boats. The transducer can cause cavitation that can degrade the performance of the boat and damage the propeller. · On twin-drive boats, mount the transducer between the drives, if possible. [. . . ] (25 mm) deep at the marked locations, while taking the following precautions. · To avoid drilling the holes too deep, wrap a piece of tape around the bit at 1 in. · If you are installing the bracket on fiberglass, place a piece of tape over the pilot-hole location to reduce cracking of the gel-coat. Apply marine sealant to the included 30 mm M5 screws, and loosely attach the transducer assembly to the transom. Adjust the transducer assembly so that it extends beyond the bottom of the transom approximately 1/8 in. Make sure that the transducer is aligned parallel with the water line. Tighten the 10-32 locking nut until it touches the mounting bracket and then tighten 1/4 turn more (do not overtighten). 2 echoInstallationInstructions Installing the transducer on a trolling Motor Notice Do not cut the transducer cable. (50 cm) cable tie through the slot on the transducer mount , with the ridges of the cable tie facing up, until equal lengths extend on both sides of the mount. For use in cold water or in areas with heavy timber or debris, use a metal 4­5 in. 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). (16 mm) drill bit to drill a hole through the mounting surface at the location you marked in step 5. echoInstallationInstructions 3 Fastening the Swivel Mount with the cables Installed in the Mount 1. Place the swivel-mount base on the mounting surface, route the cables through the cable pass-through holes , and loosely fasten the swivel-mount base using the appropriate screws or bolts . Place the swivel mount on the swivelmount base, but do not fasten it. Pull out enough slack from the power and transducer cables so that the mount can fully swivel to the desired positions when the cables are connected. Remove the echo device or cradle, and the swivel mount, from the swivel-mount base. Securely fasten the swivel-mount base, using the appropriate screws or bolts. Place the swivel mount on the swivel-mount base, and fasten it using the included 10 mm M6×1 Phillips screw . Fastening the Swivel Mount without the cables Installed in the Mount Complete this task only if you do not need to run the cables through the mounting surface and the mount. Place the swivel-mount base on the mounting surface, and fasten it using the appropriate screws or bolts . Place the swivel mount on the swivel-mount base, and fasten it using the included 10 mm M6×1 Phillips screw . Seal the cable pass-through holes with marine sealant. Installing the echo Device in the Swivel Mount 1. [. . . ] (53. 3 × 71. 1 mm) [diagonal: 3. 5 in (88. 9 mm)] W × H: 2. 9 × 4 in. (127 mm)] 320 × 234 pixels, 256 colors, QVGA W × H: 2. 9 × 4 in. (127 mm)] 640 × 480 pixels, 256 colors, VGA Fully gasketed, high-impact plastic, waterproof to IEC 60529 IPX-7 Specification Device Temperature echo 100/150/200/ Range echo 300c/500c/550c Compass Safe echo 100/150/200 Distance echo 300c echo 500c/550c Frequency echo 100 echo 150/200/300c/ 500c/550c Power Source echo 100/150 Voltage Range echo 200/300c/500c/550c Fuse echo 100/150/ 200/300c/500c/550c Rated Current echo 100/150/ 200/300c/500c/550c Transmit echo 100 Power (RMS/ echo 150 peak to peak) echo 200/300c echo 500c/550c Freshwater echo 100 Depth* echo 150 echo 200/300c echo 500c/550c Saltwater echo 100 Depth* echo 150 echo 200/300c echo 500c/550c Measurement From 5°F to 158°F (from -15°C to 70°C) From 5°F to 131°F (from -15°C to 55°C) 10 in. (400 mm) 200 kHz 77 kHz or 200 kHz 10­20 Vdc 10­28 Vdc AGC/3AG - 3. 0 A 1A 100 W/800 W 200 W/1, 600 W 300 W/2, 400 W 500 W/4, 000 W 600 ft. [. . . ]

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