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[. . . ] 5 !0 Flat washers (M6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 !1 Instruction manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 !2 Operating guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 w Installation bolts (M10×40) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [. . . ] When a true north type bearing is used, the variation from magnetic north, etc. , can be adjusted on 0. 1° steps. D Setting the bearing type q Push [MENU]/[ ] several times to call up the FUNCTION menu. w Push [Ú] until the "BRG" section becomes highlighted. e Push [ ] to select magnetic or true north type. · All displayed bearing readouts show the selected bearing type. I Waypoint indication When waypoint data received from navigation equipment with NMEA 0183 format is applied, the radar can display the waypoint. w Push [Ú] until the "WPT" section becomes highlighted. r Push [MENU]/[ ] several times to exit the menu display. D Setting the magnetic variation q Push [MENU]/[ ] several times to call up the INT. w Push [Ú] until the "MAG VAR" sections becomes highlighted. r When a MANUAL variation is selected, push [Ú], then push [ ] to set the bearing variation. t Push [MENU]/[ ] to exit the menu display or push [Ú] once to proceed to the bearing input setting. *NOTE: NMEA data is required for auto variation. NEVER select "AUTO" variation without NMEA data, incorrect variation data may entered. 13 5 TYPE DISTANCE AND DIRECTION MEASUREMENTS I Distance measurement DESCRIPTION Displays fixed rings. Displays a variable range marker and activated by the [Ù Ú] for the range marker selector. · The EBL2 and VRM2 disappears when [EBL1 (VRM1)] /[ ]is pushed. y To clear the EBL1 and VRM1, push [EBL1 (VRM1)] /[ ]. 15 5 DISTANCE AND DIRECTION MEASUREMENTS I Advanced measurements Using both Electronic Bearing Lines (EBL) and both Variable Range Markers (VRM), the following advanced measurements can be made: D Measuring the distance and direction between 2 targets MTUNE TVECT 3M q Push [Ù Ú ] to move the cursor on the desired 3/4 NM km/h CURS\ 3171ßM 1141NM H UP HDG SOG target. w Push [EBL1 (VRM1)]/[ ] to display the EBL1 EBL2 EBL1 and VRM1. IR ES VRM2 VRM1 · Push [ ] to rotate the electronic bearing line. · Push [Ù Ú] to increase or decrease the variable range marker ring size. e Push [EBL2 (VRM2)]/[ EBL2 and VRM2. ] to display the · The intersection of the EBL1 and VRM1 becomes the center of the EBL2 and VRM2. GPS GYRO ALM EBL1 3211ßM EBL2 0890ßT WPT POSN VRM1 0852NM VRM20814NM r Push [Ù Ú ] to move the cursor on the other target. · Push [ ] to rotate the electronic bearing line. · Push [Ù Ú] to increase or decrease the variable range marker ring size. t The VRM2 readout shows the distance between the two targets. D Measuring the relative speed and course of a target q Push [TRAILS]/[ ] (p. 12) ON; then wait until the trail time count up reaches to the TRAIL TIME. w Set VRM1 and EBL1 to a previously plotted target as described above. e Set VRM2 and EBL2 to the current plotted position of the same target as described as above. r The VRM2 readout is a measure of target movement which can be converted into relative target speed. · For example, when a 6 min. trail time is selected, multiplying the distance by ten gives the relative average speed of the target. · If your ship is stationary during the plotting time, the converted speed and direction become absolute. [. . . ] 64 and 72 NM ranges are available for the CT-10I only. 34 ERROR MESSAGE I Error message list Message BRG INPUT FAIL*1 TRIG SIGNAL FAIL*1 SHM SIGNAL FAIL*2 POSN INPUT FAIL*1 CHECK SCANNER CONNECTION*4 Condition 12 · The Azimuth signal is interrupted. · If the TRIGGER signal is interrupted for more than 15 sec. , an alarm tone is emitted. · If the SHM signal is interrupted for more than 15 sec. , an alarm tone is emitted. · If the position signal is interrupted for more than 15 sec. , an alarm tone is emitted. [. . . ]

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