User manual GARMIN VHF 100I

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[. . . ] Test your compass to verify that it operates correctly when the radio is operating. VHF 100I/200 Series Dimensions · Flush Mount--(W × H × D) 7. 16 × 3. 86 × 6. 42 in. (18. 2 × 9. 8 × 16. 3 cm) · Bail Mount--(W × H × D) 7. 56 × 4. 65 × 6. 42 in. 5 Installing your VHF 100I/200 Series Radio Select a location (page 2). Mount the microphone hangar (page 5). Although they are not necessary to use your radio, these instructions cover the following additional installation options. [. . . ] Use the center punch to indent the center of each of the four mounting-hole locations. (10 mm) drill bit to drill a starter hole inside the corner of the template to begin cutting the mounting surface. Use the jigsaw to cut the mounting surface along the inside of the dashed line indicated onthetemplate. Useafileandsandpapertorefinethesizeofthehole. Placetheradiointothecutouttoconfirmthatthefourmountingholesarecorrectafter refiningthehole. Ifnot, markthecorrectlocationsofthefourmountingholes. Removethe radio from the cutout. IfthetopandbottomsnapcoversareattachedtothefrontoftheVHF100/200seriesradio, removethem by unsnapping the covers from the sides. Securely tighten the four mounting screws through the VHF 100I/200 series radio into the drilled mounting holes. Snap covers Note: Stainless-steel screws may bind when screwed into fiberglass and overtightened. Garmin recommends applying an anti-galling, stainless, anti-seize lubricant to the screw before using. 12. Place the snap covers over the mounting screws. VHF 100I/00 Series Radio Installation Instructions Step 3: Connect the VHF 100I/200 Series Radio to Power Notes: The VHF 100I/200 series radios have a power-cable wiring harness that connects to power and provides interface capabilities for connecting external devices. · The replacement fuse on the power cable wiring harness is a 10 A, slow-blow fuse. · If it is necessary to extend the power wires, use 18 AWG wire. · If your boat has an electrical system, you might be able to wire the radio directly to an unused holder on your current fuse block. Disconnect one side of a NMEA 2000 T-connector from the backbone at an appropriate location. IfyouneedtoextendtheNMEA2000backbone, connectanappropriateNMEA2000backboneextensioncabletothesideofthe T-connector you disconnected. Add a T-connector (not included) for the radio in the NMEA 2000 backbone by connecting it to the side of the T-connector you disconnected. Route a NMEA 2000 drop cable (not included) to the bottom of the T-connector added in step 3 to your NMEA 2000 network. Connect the drop cable to the T-connector and the NMEA 2000 port on the radio NMEA 000 port CAUtIoN: If you have an existing NMEA 2000 network on your boat, it should already be connected to power. Do not connect an additional NMEA 2000 power cable to an existing NMEA 2000 network, because only one power source should be connected to a NMEA 2000 network. VHF 00 series radio Other NMEA 000 device NMEA 000 chartplotter Drop cable T-connectors NMEA 000 backbone Connecting the VHF 200 Series Radio to an Existing NMEA 2000 Network To create a basic NMEA 2000 network: 1. Connect a NMEA 2000 power cable (not included) to one of the T-connectors. CAUtIoN: A NMEA 2000 power cable must be connected to a 12 Vdc power source through a switch. The VHF 200 series radio may drain your battery if it is connected directly. Connect the cable to the ignition switch of the boat if possible, or through an appropriate additional switch. CAUtIoN: Cover the connections with a waterproof, adhesive tape, such as rubber vulcanizing tape, to prevent water from seeping into the radio. Refer to the VHF 100I/200 Series Owner's Manual to operate the hailer. VHF 100I/00 Series Radio Installation Instructions Connecting the VHF 100I/200 Series Radio to an External Speaker (Optional) The radio can be connected to an external speaker that allows you to hear your radio at a remote location. [. . . ] (500 mm) from any compass. To connect the GHS 10 or GHS 10i handset: 1. Use the three 3. 5 × 20 mm, panhead mounting screws to mount the bulk head plate where the handset will be located. Connect the extension cable to the microphone relocation port on the rear of the VHF 200 or VHF 200i radio. Use the bulk head plate to mount the other end of the extension cable and connect the extension cable to the handset. [. . . ]

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