User manual GARMIN VHF 200I
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
[. . . ] Except as expressly provided herein, no part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, transmitted, disseminated, downloaded or stored in any storage medium, for any purpose without the express prior written consent of Garmin. Garmin hereby grants permission to download a single copy of this manual onto a hard drive or other electronic storage medium to be viewed and to print one copy of this manual or of any revision hereto, provided that such electronic or printed copy of this manual must contain the complete text of this copyright notice and provided further that any unauthorized commercial distribution of this manual or any revision hereto is strictly prohibited. Garmin reserves the right to change or improve its products and to make changes in the content without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes or improvements. Visit the Garmin Web site (www. garmin. com) for current updates and supplemental information concerning the use and operation of this and other Garmin products. [. . . ] The radio automatically sounds an alarm, switches to Channel 70, and transmits your call on HI (25 W) power. After transmitting your distress call, the radio automatically tunes to Channel 16 on HI (25 W) power. Press the PTT key on the microphone or handset and speak your message. The radio waits for an acknowledgement (ACK) on Channel 70 from a listening station.
Sending a Designated Distress Call
When you send a designated distress call, the nature of your emergency is transmitted to the receiving stations.
1. Use the Channel knob to select the type of distress call: · UNDESIGNATED · FIRE · FLOODING · COLLISION · GROUNDING · CAPSIZING · SINKING · ADRIFT · ABANDONING · PIRACY · MAN OVERBOARD NOTE: To exit this screen without sending a designated distress call, press the CLEAR key to return to the Home screen, or press the 16/9 key to tune to Channel 16. The transceiver beeps, and the screen displays "DISTRESS CALL COUNTING DOWN". The radio automatically sounds an alarm, switches to Channel 70, and transmits your call on HI (25 W) power. After transmitting your distress call, the radio automatically tunes to Channel 16 on HI (25 W) power. Press the PTT key on the microphone or GHS 10 handset and speak your message. The radio waits for an acknowledgement (ACK) from a listening station.
Waiting for a Distress Call Acknowledgement
If the radio does not receive a distress call acknowledgement, the radio retransmits the distress call at a random time between 3. 5 and 4. 5 minutes. This process is repeated continually until the radio receives an acknowledgement.
VHF 200I/200 Series Owner's Manual 1
Digital Selective Calling
Receiving a distress call acknowledgement: 1. You can make two types of all-ships calls: · Safety calls are used to broadcast significant navigational or weather-related information. · Urgency calls are used to communicate situations about the safety of a vessel or person when danger is not imminent. Discerning whether a situation warrants a distress call or an urgency call is the responsibility of the captain.
To place an all-ships call: 1. The radio transmits the call on Channel 70 and then automatically switches to Channel 16.
Placing Position Request Calls
Position data received from stations that respond to position request calls is sent over the NMEA network, so that you can track the vessels on your Garmin chartplotter, for example. Select from the following options to select the place from which the MMSI number is retrieved: · MANUAL--a screen is displayed that gives you the ability to enter the MMSI number manually. The radio transmits the call on Channel 70, and then switches to your current working channel. The screen displays "POS REQUEST WAITING FOR ACKNOWLEDGE".
VHF 200I/200 Series Owner's Manual
Digital Selective Calling
Receiving Distress Calls and Distress Relay Calls
The radio sends data relative to the call over the NMEA network based on how you have MMSI filtering configured. When receiving a distress call or a distress relay call, the screen displays the "DISTRESS" or "DISTR RELAY" and information about the call (for example, the MMSI number and the nature of the distress). See page 28 for more information on configuring the auto channel-change setting. If you select CANCEL, the radio does not change channels and continues to receive on the current channel. When receiving an all-ships urgency call, "ALL SHIPS" is displayed on the screen. [. . . ] EC, PC Intership, Commercial, and Noncommercial: May be used to communicate with aircraft and helicopters in predominantly maritime support operations. Intership, Ship/Shore, and Commercial: Commercial fishing only Intership, Ship/Shore, Commercial, Noncommercial, and Safety: May also be used for communications with aircraft engaged in coordinated search and rescue and antipollution operations. Intership, Ship/Shore, Safety, and Ship Movement: Pilotage on Pacific Coast. EC, PC EC, PC EC, PC Intership, Ship/Shore and Commercial Intership, Ship/Shore and Commercial Intership, Ship/Shore and Commercial Intership and Ship/Shore: Canadian Coast Guard use only in the St. [. . . ]
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