Instruction Manual - GME

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Instruction Manual - GME

ImportantIt is the owner’s sole responsibility to install and use the unitin a manner that will not cause accidents, personal injury orproperty damage. The user of this product is solely responsiblefor observing safe boating practices.Global Positioning System: The Global Positioning System(GPS) is operated by the US government which is solelyresponsible for its operation, accuracy and maintenance.The GPS system is subject to changes which could affect theaccuracy and performance of all GPS equipment anywhere inthe world.Installation: If installation is not correct, the unit can notperform at its designed potential. If in doubt, consult yourGME dealer. Ensure that any holes made are in a safe positionand will not weaken the boat’s structure. If in doubt, consult aqualified boat builder.GME DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THISPRODUCT IN A WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS,DAMAGE OR THAT MAY VIOLATE THE LAW.Governing language: This statement, any instructionmanuals, user guides and other information relating to theproduct (documentation) may be translated to, or has beentranslated from, another language (translation). In the eventof any conflict between any translations of the documentation,the English language version of the documentation will be theofficial version of the documentation. This manual representsthe installation procedures as at the time of printing. GMEreserves the right to make changes to specifications withoutnotice.Copyright © 2010 GME, Australia, all rights reserved.PresentationThank you for having purchased a GME product.This handbook contains an explanation of how to install,operate and maintain your unit.SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSIf you require technical advice or assistance, contact yournearest GME dealer or visit our website, www.gme.net.au.Please read through this manual before the firstoperation. If you have any questions, please contact thecustomer service or your local dealer or distributorExtensive exposure to heat may result in damage to thechartplotter.Connection to the power source with reversed polaritywill damage the chartplotter severely. This damage is notcovered by the warranty.Do not disassemble. The chartplotter contains dangeroushigh voltage circuits which only experienced techniciansmust handleExposure of the display to UV rays may shorten the life ofthe liquid crystals used in your plotter. This limitation isdue to the current technology of the LCD display.Avoid overheating which may cause loss of contrast and,in extreme case, a darkening of the screen. Problemswhich occur from over heating are reversible whentemperature decreases.Screen Cleaning PrecautionsUse a tissue or lens cloth and a cleaning spray containingIsopropanol (a normal spray cleaner sold for PC screens).Fold the tissue or lens cloth into a triangular shape,moisten the tip and use the index finger behind a cornerto move the tissue across the surface, in overlapping sideto side strokes. If the tissue is too wet, a noticeable wetfilm will be left in its path and you will need to repeat theprocess. If too dry, the tissue won’t glide easily, and maydamage the surface.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 3


CONTENTS1 Introduction3-5-1 Interpreting the display ....................201-1 General Information .........................7 3-5-2 Mode .................................201-2 Specification ...............................7 3-5-3 Single and Dual frequency fish finding ........211-3 Packing List ...............................9 3-5-4 Range .................................211-4 Optional Accessories .......................10 3-5-5 Gain ..................................222 Getting Started3-5-6 Sonar window display .....................222-1 Mounting the Unit .........................10 3-5-7 No split ................................222-1-1 Bracket Mounting ........................10 3-5-8 Split zoom and Full Screen zoom .............232-1-2 Flush Mounting ..........................10 3-5-9 Split bottom ............................232-2 Keys ....................................11 3-5-10 Split 50/200 ...........................232-3 C-MAP MAX Secure Digital (SD) Card ...........11 3-5-11 Split A-Scope ...........................242-4 Simulate Mode ............................11 3-6 Highway .................................242-5 Data Bar .................................11 3-7 Gauges ..................................242-6 Compass ................................12 3-8 Waypoints ...............................252-7 Multi window displays ......................13 3-8-1 Creating a new waypoint ..................252-8 Man overboard (MOB) ......................13 3-8-2 Moving a waypoint .......................253 General Operation3-8-3 Editing an existing waypoint ................253-1 Manual / Auto Power on and off ...............14 3-8-4 Deleting a waypoint ......................253-2 Brightness, night mode and Background ........14 3-8-5 Find a waypoint .........................253-3 The page window ..........................14 3-8-6 Sort Waypoints ..........................263-4 Chart ...................................16 3-8-7 Deleting all waypoints .....................263-4-1 Chart window ...........................16 3-9 Routes ..................................263-4-2 Perspective view .........................16 3-9-1 Managing a route from the chart window ......263-4-3 Latitude and longitude ....................17 3-9-2 Managing a route from the route window ......273-4-4 Chart scale .............................17 3-10 Satellites ................................283-4-5 Finding a chart symbol ....................17 3-10-1 Satellite information .....................283-4-6 S-Map search ...........................18 3-11 Tides ...................................283-4-7 Chart symbols and information ..............18 3-12 AIS ....................................293-4-8 Introduction to navigating .................18 3-12-1 Viewing AIS Vessels ......................293-4-9 Following a route ........................19 3-12-2 AIS Windows ...........................293-4-10 Goto Key ..............................19 3-13 DSC ...................................303-4-11 Distance and bearing calculator .............20 3-13-1 Distress ...............................303-4-12 Projected course ........................20 3-13-2 Poll ..................................313-5 Sonar ...................................20 3-14 NAVTEX ................................32PAGE 4 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


3-15 Engine Faults ............................324 Advance Settings4-1 System Configuration Settings ................324-1-1 Language ..............................334-1-2 Beep volume ............................334-1-3 Auto power .............................334-1-4 Features ...............................334-1-5 Factory reset ............................334-1-6 About .................................334-2 Chart Settings ............................334-2-1 Rotation ...............................334-2-2 Palette ................................334-2-3 General (C-MAP) .........................334-2-4 Land & Sea (C-MAP) ......................344-2-5 Map datum .............................344-2-6 NMEA datum offset ......................344-2-7 Map shift ...............................344-2-8 Restore default ..........................354-3 Sonar Settings ............................354-3-1 Frequency ..............................354-3-2 Palette ................................354-3-3 Scroll speed .............................354-3-4 Digit size ...............................354-3-5 Fish ...................................354-3-6 Advance Settings ........................354-3-7 Restore default ..........................354-4 GPS Settings .............................354-4-1 GPS Source .............................364-4-2 DGPS Source ............................374-4-3 Static Navigation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 364-4-4 Speed Filter and Course Filter ...............364-4-5 Lat/Lon d.p’s ............................364-4-6 Ship speed .............................364-4-7 Magnetic Variation .......................364-5 Track & Log Settings ........................364-5-1 Track ..................................364-5-2 Logs ..................................364-6 Memory Settings ..........................374-6-1 Save ..................................374-6-2 Load ..................................374-6-3 Delete .................................374-6-4 Format ................................374-6-5 Screen snapshot .........................374-7 AIS Settings ..............................384-7-1 Display filter ............................384-7-2 Alarm option ............................384-7-3 Display options ..........................384-7-4 Restore default ..........................384-8 Alarms ..................................394-8-1 Fish ...................................394-8-2 Deep ..................................394-8-3 Shallow ................................394-8-4 Temperature ............................394-8-5 Temperature rate ........................394-8-6 Low battery ............................394-8-7 Navigation alarms ........................394-8-8 AIS ...................................394-8-9 DGPS .................................394-8-10 Restore default .........................394-9 Others ..................................394-9-1 Simulate ...............................394-9-2 Waypoint ..............................394-9-3 GPS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 394-9-4 Units ..................................404-9-5 Comms ................................404-9-6 Calibrate ...............................404-9-7 Time ..................................404-9-8 Restore default ..........................404-9-9 Calendar ...............................40G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 5


5 INSTALLATION5-1 Options and Accessories .....................405-2 Connections ..............................415-3 Power/data cable ..........................415-4 Alarm ...................................415-5 GPS antenna .............................415-5-1 Internal antenna .........................415-5-2 External antenna .........................425-5-3 The antenna using NMEA ..................425-6 NMEA 0183 ..............................425-7 NMEA 2000 ..............................435-8 Sonar Transducers .........................435-9 Setup and test ............................43Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44After Sales Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44PAGE 6 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


1 INTRODUCTION1-1 General InformationThe chartplotter is a precision-crafted GPS chartplotter with ahigh-performance receiver for the Global Positioning Systemconstellation of satellites, providing precise location data witha host of navigation features. Some functions require optionalunits and sensors installed on your boat.The chartplotter can be connected to external deviceswith NMEA0183 and NMEA2000 interface and displayinformation.1-2 SpecificationG142CExamples.• NAVTEX• AIS receiver• DSC VHF radio• Transducer and sensors• AutopilotGENERALCategorySizeDisplaySupply voltageSupply currentExternal beeper or light outputDetail164 mm(H) x 183 mm(W) x 74 mm(D)142 mm (5.6”) diagonal, TFT colour, 480 x 640 pixels.10 to 34 V DCOperating temperature -10° to 50°CALARMS13.8 V350 mA min - no backlighting.480 mA max - full backlighting.Switched to ground to sound alarm, 30V DC, 200 mA maximumUser set: Arrival radius, anchor, XTE, danger, low battery, loss of DGPS fix, dangerous AIS vessels.GPS NAVIGATIONChart cardUser cardWaypointsRoutesTracksChart datumsChart scaleCOMMUNICATIONSC-MAP SD Card (NT-MAX, NT+ or NT)SD Card. Maximum Memory size is 1GB standard, 4GB SDHC.Up to 10,000, with default or user defined alphanumeric names up to eightcharacters.100 Routes, with up to 100 points eachBy time or distance, 10 tracks of 15,000 points216 Chart datums, One user-defined map shift.0.2 to 500 nm for chart (chart dependent) down to 0.005 nm in plotter mode.NMEA NMEA 0183 4800, 9600, 38400 baud, NMEA 2000NMEA 0183 Inputs fromcompatible instrumentsDBK, DBS, DBT, DPT, GGA, GLL, GNS, GGA, GSV, HDG, HDT, MDA, MTA, MTW,MWD, MWV, RMC, RPM, VHW, VTG, VWT, ZDAG-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 7


NMEA 2000 Inputs fromcompatible instrumentsNMEA 0183 Outputs, forcompatible instrumentsNMEA 2000 Outputs, forcompatible instrumentsSystem date and time (PGN126992), Vessel Heading (PGN127250), Engineparameters/Rapid Update (PGN127488), Engine parameters/Dynamic(PGN127489), Trip parameters/Engine (PGN127497), Engine parameters/Static(PGN127498), Fluid level (PGN127505), Water Speed (PGN128259), Water depth(PGN128267), Position/Rapid Update (PGN129025), COG & SOG/Rapid Update(PGN129026), GNSS Position Data (PGN129029), GNSS DOPs (PGN129539),GNSS Sats in View (PGN129540), Wind Data (PGN130306), EnvironmentalParameter-Water temp (PGN130310), Environmental Parameter (PGN130311).APA, APB, BWR, GGA, GLL, GSA, GSV, RMB, RMC, VTG, XTE, DBT, DPT, MTW,VHW, XDRWater Speed (128259), Water depth (128267), XTE (129283), NAV. data (129284),NAV. data (129285), COG & SOG (129026), GNSS position (129029), Water temp.(130310).G142CFDGENERALCategorySizeDisplaySupply voltageSupply currentExternal beeper or light outputDetail164 mm(H) x 183 mm(W) x 74 mm(D)142 mm (5.6”) diagonal, TFT colour, 480 x 640 pixels.10 to 34 V DCOperating temperature -10° to 50°CALARMS13.8 V800 mA min - no backlighting.1000 mA max - full backlighting.Switched to ground to sound alarm, 30 V DC, 200 mA maximumUser set: Arrival radius, anchor, XTE, danger, too shallow, too deep, fish, temperature, temperature rate, low battery, loss ofDGPS fix, dangerous AIS vessels.GPS NAVIGATIONChart cardUser cardWaypointsRoutesTracksChart datumsChart scaleCOMMUNICATIONSC-MAP SD Card (NT-MAX, NT+ or NT)SD Card Maximum Memory size is 1 GB standard, 4 GB SDHC.Up to 10,000, with default or user defined alphanumeric names up to eightcharacters.100 Routes, with up to 100 points eachBy time or distance, 10 track of 15,000 points216 Chart datums, One user-defined map shift.0.2 to 500 nm for chart (chart dependent) down to 0.005 nm in plotter mode.NMEA NMEA 0183 4800, 9600, 38400 baud, NMEA 2000NMEA 0183 Inputs fromcompatible instrumentsDBK, DBS, DBT, DPT, GGA, GLL, GNS, GGA, GSV, HDG, HDT, MDA, MTA, MTW,MWD, MWV, RMC, RPM, VHW, VTG, VWT, ZDAPAGE 8 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


NMEA 2000 Inputs fromcompatible instrumentsNMEA 0183 Outputs, for compatibleinstrumentsNMEA 2000 Outputs, for compatibleinstrumentsSONAR FISHFINDINGDepth rangeSonar outputTemperatureSpeed (from paddlewheel transducer)System date and time (PGN126992), Vessel Heading (PGN127250),Engineparameters/Rapid Update (PGN127488), Engine parameters/Dynamic(PGN127489), Trip parameters/Engine (PGN127497), Engine parameters/Static(PGN127498), Fluid level (PGN127505), Water Speed (PGN128259), Water depth(PGN128267), Position/Rapid Update (PGN129025), COG & SOG/Rapid Update(PGN129026), GNSS Position Data (PGN129029), GNSS DOPs (PGN129539),GNSS Sats in View (PGN129540), Wind Data (PGN130306), EnvironmentalParameter-Water temp (PGN130310), Environmental Parameter (PGN130311).APA, APB, BWR, GGA, GLL, GSA, GSV, RMB, RMC, VTG, XTE, DBT, DPT, MTW,VHW, XDRWater Speed (128259), Water depth (128267), XTE (129283), NAV. data (129284),NAV. data (129285), COG & SOG (129026), GNSS position (129029), Water temp.(130310).0 m to 600 mPower: Variable, up to 600 W RMSDual frequency: 50 kHz and 200 kHzRange 0° to 37.7°C (32°F to 99.9°F)Resolution of 0.1° unit.1 to 96.6 kph (57.5 mph, 50 kn).1-3 Packing ListItem List Part Number ModelDisplayBracketDisplay CoverMB029CVR031G142CPower Cable LE031 (G142CFD) XBracket mounting screwsFlush mount Kit (Includingscrews)LE032 (G142C)MK006MK005User’s Manual (Eng) 310501Quick Start Guide 310509Cable mounting kitMK007P58 Transducer TD003 XΟΟΟΟΟΟΟΟG142CFDΟΟΟXΟΟΟΟΟΟG-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 9


1-4 Optional AccessoriesItemGPS AntennaY cableB45 Transducer (Bronze Thru-Hull600 W 200/50 kHz)P79 Transducer (In Hull 600 W200/50 kHz)Part numberAEG002LE033TD002TD0012 GETTING STARTED2-1 Mounting the UnitThe chartplotter is supplied with a bracket and flushmounting kit. You can choose a method of installationaccording to your preference.2-1-1 Bracket MountingBefore installing ensure the area the bracket is mounted to isstrong enough to support the weight of the GPS chartplotter.After the location is found, attach the mounting base to thearea using the supplied hardware.Note: The G142C/G142CFD with an internal GPS antenna isdesigned to be bracket mounted or flush mounted. However,if you flush mount inside of your boat, GPS performance canbe reduced.2-1-2 Flush Mounting1 Find a suitable location for flush mounting, tape flushmount template to location.2 Drill a hole in the area of the cutout.3 Cut out area with a jig saw.4 Drill four holes as marked for mounting studs.5 Install the mounting studs on the chartplotter and insertthem into the mounting holes.6 Attach the chartplotter to the mounting location byattaching the supplied hardware to the mounting studs.Note:1 If you flush mount, you will need an optionalexternal GPS antenna.2 Before Drilling holes make sure there is enough space tomount the chartplotter and that there are no obstructions.Mounting the display Unit:1 Hold display and find mounting groove on back of display.2 Gently push display onto bracket ensuring groove on backof display slides onto bracket.3. Turn knob clockwise to lock.Removing the display unit:1. Turn the unit off2. Turn the knob counter clockwise3. Pull the display unit off bracket.PAGE 10 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


2-2 KeysPAGE Showsmain windowsand allows youto set up yourfavourite displays.WPT Creates awaypoint at shipor cursor.ESC Exit from menuand return to previousmenu. In chart windowit places ship in centreof screen.MENU Access tosetting menu - showsavailable options ofcurrent widow.CURSOR Moves thecursor on the display.In sonar window,you can review sonarhistory.ENT Selects thedesired option or toconfirm selection.+ Increases waterdepth range infishfinder mode. Zoomin in chart mode.- Decrease water depthrange.in fishfindermode. Zoom out inchart mode.FUNC Screen snapshot.GOTO Start navigatingto a destinationpoint such as a MOBwaypoint or waypoint.POWER Turns poweron/off. Opens displaybrightness and nightmode.SD Card Open thecover to install an SDcard.MOB Places a MOBwaypoint on the chartwindow under theboats position.2-3 C-MAP MAX Secure Digital (SD) CardThis section provides instructions for inserting and removingC-MAP MAX SD card.Inserting the SD Card1 Hold the SD card so that you cansee the C-Map label.2 Open the door, gently push the SDcard into the slot; push the SD cardin until you hear a click sound, thenclose the door.Removing the SD Card1 Turn off the unit.2 Open the door and push in onthe SD card until it is released.3 Close the door.Insert C-MAP SD card correctly (DO NOT FORCE).Close SD card door firmly at all times.Do not remove SD card during reading and writing.2-4 Simulate ModeSimulate Mode is good for practicing the use of the productwhen the satellite signals and internal alarms are notavailable. In the simulate mode, the unit turns the GPSreceiver off and ignores data from all optional devices.Two simulate modes are available as below.• Normal: Allows a user to practice the actual use of aproduct without satellite connection.• Demo: Boat travels along a given route at a given speedand shows functions of the unit.Do not try to navigate in simulate mode. While thesimulate mode is turned on, the GPS receiver is notactive.2-5 Data BarData bar displays useful navigation information at the top ofthe display.Displaying Data bar1 Press MENU and select Data bar.2 Select Data bar by pressing the ENT key.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 11


Setting the data displayed in the data bar1 Press MENU and select Data bar.2 Select Data bar then Data bar setup.3 Move the cursor key to highlight the data field you want tochange then press ENT.4 Select Data type.5 Select desired data you want to display in the field thenpress ENT.6 Repeat above steps if necessary.Tip: COG (Course Over Ground) – The course yourvessel is heading.BRG (Bearing) – The direction from your currentposition to a destination point.To turn the compass off or on:1 Press MENU and select Data bar.2 Select Compass.Selecting the Data bar size1 Press MENU and select Data bar.2 Select Data bar then Data bar size.3 Select the desired size of the data bar.[Large]2-7 Multi window displaysThe Chartplotter can display up to four windows at thesame time.[Small]Tip: If you select None for all data fields, the data bar willdisappear.Tip: Even though you set up a data bar for a specific window,the data bar will not apply to all other windows.2-6 CompassThe chartplotter computes compass direction from theconstellation of GPS satellites. For the GPS chartplotter tocompute direction, the vessel must be moving throughthe water.Adding a window1 Press PAGE and select Add icon.2 Select an icon you want to add.3 Repeat above steps if necessary.PAGE 12 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


Favorite displaysThe most commonly used windows are called favorite displays,up to six favorite windows can be saved. Each favorite displaycan have a data bar and compass.Changing window size1 Press PAGE and select Split icon at bottom of the screen.2 Press or to change the height of the windows ifthere are only two windows. If the unit is displaying morethan three windows, press , , or to change theheight of the windows.Deleting a window1 Press and hold PAGE to select the window you wantto delete.2 Press PAGE and select Remove icon to remove.Replacing two windows on the display1 Press and hold PAGE to active window you want to replace.2 Press PAGE, select Replace icon.3 Select icon you want to display then press ENT.The active windowA blue border indicates the active window. To change theactive window to the next window, press and hold PAGE.Displaying a favorite display1 Press PAGE twice.2 When above window pops up select which display youwant to view.Adding a favorite display1 Organize a window as you prefer.2 Press PAGE to show the main window.3 Select Save icon at the bottom4 Select an icon where you want to add your favorite display.If you add the new favorite display on an existing favoritedisplay the new display will overwrite the old display.2-8 Man overboard (MOB)During navigation, the “MOB” feature provides a one-touchmethod of storing a location, such as a point where a crewmember falls overboard. In this mode, the chartplotter placesa MOB point on the chart page and all the navigation datashown is related to navigating back to this point, allowing youto efficiently retrace your path to the MOB point.MOB will not work if the unit does not have a GPS fix.1 When you press MOB, a MOB waypoint is created.2 When MOB is pushed and you are not in the Chartwindow, the screen automatically changes to the Chartwindow and the MOB waypoint is at the center of thechart.3 If an autopilot is connected, the unit sets the MOB waypointto the destination.This may result in a sudden and dangerous turn.Tip: If navigation to the MOB waypoint is cancelled, the MOBwaypoint is not removed from the waypoint list. To delete theMOB waypoint, you need to delete it manually.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 13


3 GENERAL OPERATION3-1 Manual / Auto Power on and offManual power onPress PWR and hold until the display shows the startup page.When the Warning screen appears, read, then press ENTto accept.Manual power offPress and hold PWR for 5 seconds. A countdown timerappears on the screen, if you release the button before thecountdown timer reaches zero, the chartplotter will remainon.Tip: The screen will be difficult to read if the chartplotter is innight mode when the sun is too brightBackgroundYou can change the background colour if you prefer. Selectthe option that gives you the clearest viewing for the weatherconditions and viewing angle.3-3 The page windowPress PAGE to show the page window and select thefunction icon you want to display.Auto powerIf the unit is wired for auto then:• The unit turns on automatically when you turn on theboat’s ignition.• You can not turn the unit off if the ignition is turned on.• If Auto power off is set, the unit turns off automaticallywhen you turn off the boat’s ignition.• If Auto power off is not set, the unit will not turn off eventhough the boat’s ignition is turned off. To turn off, youneed to turn off the unit manually.3-2 Brightness, Night modeand BackgroundYou can change the screen setting for the display. To changesettings, press PWR quickly.BrightnessTo change the brightness, select Brightness, and pressto dim or to brighten.Note1. Some function icons require optional sensors connected.2. If you press PAGE one more time in the main window, thefavorite window option is displayed.Press ESC to return to the previous screen.Night modeThe chartplotter has preprogrammed settings allowing youto customize the look of the Chart window. The default isdaytime view.To change mode:1 Highlight Night mode.2 Press or ENT.PAGE 14 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


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3-4 ChartThe Chart window shows relevant navigation data availableon your preloaded maps, including buoys, lights, cables, depthsoundings, marinas, and tide station from an overhead view.3-4-1 Chart windowTo go to the Chart window:• Press PAGE and select Chart icon by pressing ENT.A typical Chart window shows:12The built-in world chart does not show enough detailfor navigation. When you use the Chartplotter tonavigate, always use a chart card which covers theregion. (C-MAP).3-4-2 Perspective viewWith a C-Map chart inserted, chart data may be projectedin perspective mode during navigation. This function allowssetting the panoramic view of the chart. As the upper side ofthe map is more compressed than the lower side, a wider maparea is visible.The perspective view allows more chart information to be seenimmediately ahead and close to the cursor.11385To activate this function follow the procedure:1 Press MENU.2 Select Perspective.497 6 101 Data bar. Data can be customised.2 Compass3 Chart scale4 Boat position5 Boat track6 Boat course and CDI lines7 Distance and bearing of cursor from boat8 Land9 Sea10 The cursor11 A typical waypointPAGE 16 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


3-4-3 Latitude and longitudeLatitude and longitude coordinates define a position on theearth and can be displayed in the data bar.In the data bar, own ships position is shown as below:47° 43.000’ N or S Latitude003° 21.656’ E or W LongitudeHowever, if you move the cursor, then the latitude andlongitude in the data bar change to the cursor’s position asbelow.47° 43.325 N or S Latitude003° 29.607 E or W Longitude4 Once you have entered the name of a port, press ENT.5 After the search has finished, select the nearest port in thelist and press enter the cursor will be placed on the chartin the chart window.To find Port & Service1 Press MENU.2 Select Find then Port & Service.3 Select a service you want to find.4 After the search has finished press ENT. The cursor will beplaced on the chart in the chart window.InfoLatitude: Angular distance North or South of the equatormeasured by lines encircling the earth parallel to the equatorin degrees from 0° to 90°.Longitude: Angular distance East or West of the GMTmeasured by lines encircling the earth at right angles to theequator in degrees from 0° to 180°.When reading the boat position, make sure theposition is not the cursor position.3-4-4 Chart scaleThe chart scale can be changed by pressing + to show moredetail information on the chart and by - to show a wider viewof the chart.When you press + or -, the scale of the chart is displayed inthe chart in the top left corner.3-4-5 Finding a chart symbolThis function is available when C-MAP Max SD card isinserted.To find a port by name1 Press MENU.2 Select Find then Port by name.3 Press or to select a letter then press for nextletter.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 17


3-4-6 Chart symbols and informationThis function is only available when a C-MAP SD cardis inserted.When using a C-Map Max card, you can view different kindsof symbols and their information on the chartplotter display.Some objects have a picture associated.To display information1 Move cursor onto an icon to display its name.2 Press MENU and select Chart info.3 Move cursor key to highlight an item and press ENT.4 Information related to the item appears as below.[Chart info][Chart symbol Data Box]3-4-8 Going to a waypoint or to a point on the chartA waypoint is a particular location on a trip whether it is astarting, intermediate or destination point. A waypoint is thesimplest piece of information your equipment requires to getyou to a destination, in the shortest distance possible. Thisunit can save up to 10,000 waypoints.GOTO Cursor Option1 Press PAGE and select the Chart window.2 Move the cursor to the destination point.3 Press MENU and select Goto cursor to start navigating.GOTO WPT Option1 Press PAGE and select the Chart window2. Move cursor onto Waypoint.3 Press MENU and select Goto WPT to start navigating.Find Option1 Press PAGE and select the Chart icon.2 In the Chart window, press MENU and select Find thenWaypoints.3 Select a waypoint to start navigation.Make sure the course does not pass over land ordangerous waters.Cancelling navigating1 Press PAGE and select the Chart icon.2 Press MENU and select Cancel Goto.3-4-7 Introduction to navigatingUse the navigation chart to plan your course, view mapinformation and use as a navigational aid.This unit has two ways of navigating, going straight to awaypoint or following a route (a group of waypoints).PAGE 18 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


3-4-9 Following a routeOften a trip from one place to another involves several coursechanges requiring a series of route points (waypoints) whichyou navigate to, one after another. The sequence of waypointsleading to the ultimate destination is called a route. Youcan save up to 100 routes and a route may consist of 100waypoints.Start Route Option1 Press PAGE and select the Chart window.2 Press MENU and select Start Route.3 Move cursor keys to select a route to start navigating.4 Select Forward or Reverse to decide which direction youwant to navigate.Route Window Option1 Press PAGE and select the routes window2 In the route window, move the cursor to highlight a routeyou want to start navigating to.3 Press MENU and select start4 Select Forward or Reverse to decide which direction youwant to navigate.3-4-10 Goto KeyThis key is very useful when you want to start navigating to adestination point. When the key is pressed, it starts navigatingto the cursor.Going to a point1 Move the cursor to an open position.2 Press GOTO3-4-11 Distance and bearing calculatorThe unit can show the bearing and the length of leg and thetotal distance of legs.Setting Legs1 In the chart window, press MENU and select Distance.Information is displayed in pop up window, showingbearing/leg distance/total distance. This window will appearin the bottom left hand side.2 Move the cursor to the start point which is the start point ofthe first leg and press ENT.3 Move the cursor to a point which is the end of the first leg.4 Repeat 2-3 steps for more legs.5 Press ESC to exit.Create Route Option1 Press PAGE and select the Chart window andpress MENU.2 Select New route.3 Name the route and present position.4 Move cursor to a waypoint and press ENT.5 Move cursor to position of next waypoint and press ENT.6 Repeat step 5 to enter more waypoints.7 Once last waypoint has been entered press MENU andselect END. To start route see 3-4-9.Deleting the last leg1 Press MENU and select Remove.2 Repeat above step if you want to remove more legs.Saving as a route1. Once you set all the legs, press MENU and select Save.2 Enter a route name by pressing or to select a letterthen press for next letter.3 Press ESC to save the new route.Skipping a waypoint while following a route1 Press PAGE and select the chart window.2 Press MENU and select Skip.3 Repeat above step if necessary.Tip: Bearing and distanceCancelling a route1 Press PAGE and select the Chart window.2 Press MENU and select Cancel route.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 19


3-4-12 Projected courseThe projected course shows you where the boat will be after acetain time. This function is very useful to avoid a collision withother vessels.The window scrollsfrom right (recentsonar record) to left(old sonar record).12345To set a projected course time1 Press and hold MENU.2 Select CHART.3 Highlight GENERAL.4 Highlight PROJECTED COURSE.5 Select time of projected course.3 - 5 SonarThe G142CFD proposes a sonar function when the unit isconnected to an optional depth transducer.To activate sonar function;3-5-2 ModeThe unit operates in two different modes. You can choose amode depending on the condition.• Auto mode: This is the most commonly used option. Inthis mode, settings are automatically adjusted for the bestdisplay of fish and bottom according to the environment.• Manual mode: Use this option for manual setting. Theoption might bring you better result for the conditions.To change a mode;1 Press MENU then select Gain.2 Select Mode then Manual or Auto and press ENT.3 Press ESC to exit.671 Press and hold MENU and select SystemConfiguration icon2 Select Features then Sonar.3 Now the sonar page can be selected. Press PAGE andselect sonar option.3-5-1 Interpreting the display1 Depth.2 Single fish: Fish symbols with depth.3 School of fish.4 Depth line.5 Bottom: Hard bottoms such as rock and coral shown aswide bands.6 Soft bottoms such as mud, weed and sand show as narrowbands.7 Range of display.8 Colour bar.PAGE 20 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


3-5-3 Single and Dual frequency fish findingSonar frequenciesThe G142CFD is a dual frequency unit, using 200 kHz and 50kHz to detect various bottom conditions at various depths.To select the sonar frequency in sonar window:1 Press MENU, select Frequency.2 Select Frequency and press ENT3 Press ESC to exit.High frequency (200 kHz )The higher ultrasonic signal, the better the resolution. For thisreason the 200 kHz frequency is ideal for detailed observationof fish schools.Low frequency (50 kHz)The lower frequency signal is a signal for a wider detectionarea. Therefore, the 50 kHz frequency is useful for generaldetection and judging bottom conditions.Mixed frequencies (200 kHz / 50 kHz)The Mixed frequency combines the 200 kHz and the 50 kHz inthe Sonar window.Note: The 50 kHz signal will travel deeper than the200 kHz signal.3-5-4 RangeRange is the depth of water displayed on the sonar window.The basic range may be chosen in auto or manual mode.Auto: When the mode is set to auto, the unit adjusts thedepth automatically for the best performance. This option isrecommended for normal operation.Manual: When the mode is set to manual, the unit onlydisplays the depth of water at a chosen range. This couldmean that the sea bed is not displayed as it is out of range.To set the manual mode in the sonar window:1 Press MENU, select Range.2 Select a mode you want and press ENT.3 If you select the manual mode, press + or - to changevalue of max displayed depth.When the set depth is too lowThe display is useful for comparing the same picture with twodifferent frequencies.When the set depth is too highHigh Frequency (200 kHz)Low Frequency (50 kHz)G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 21


3-5-5 GainThe gain menuThe gain is a signal strength received from the transducer, thethreshold is the level of ultrasonic signal that is ignoredby a set value.When you use the manual mode and threshold, the values ofgain and threshold need to be set very carefully.In the Gain window, you can set for a gain mode andthreshold.Split A-Scope: Display Sonar history and echo strength (seesection 3-5-11).You can change the split ratio if the window is split.1 Press MENU and select Window split.2 Press or to adjust the ratio.3 Press ENT.To change a value1 Press MENU, select Gain.2 Select a mode.3 If you select the Manual mode, adjust each frequency gainvalue by pressing or . If you select the Auto mode, itwill be changed to manual mode if you change the valuesof frequency value.3-5-6 Sonar window displayFive sonar display windows are available and each displaywindow has unique characteristics. Select a display windowdepending on your needs. The default display is No split.To change a Sonar display window in the sonarwindow:1 Press MENU, select Window mode.2 Select the desired sonar display.3-5-7 No splitNo split window displays a sonar history at a given frequency(50 or 200 kHz).Low Frequency (50 kHz)The 50 kHz frequency is ideal for detecting the wider areawhich means low frequency is useful for general detection andjudging bottom conditions. Also good for deeper water.High Frequency (200 kHz)The 200 kHz frequency will provide a better resolution whichmeans it is ideal for the observation of fish or fish schools.Also good for shallow water.To set a frequency for this display:1 Press MENU.2 Select Frequency3 Select a desired frequencyNo split: Display Sonar history at a given frequency (50 or200 kHz) (see section 3-5-7).Split zoom: This mode expands a chosen area of the normalpicture in full vertical size on the left-hand side of the window.Full screen zoom: Display a zoomed section on full screen(see section 3-5-8).Split bottom: Display Sonar history and a bottom trace focusin a zoomed section (see section 3-5-9).Split 50/200: Display the 50 kHz sonar history on the leftand the 200 kHz sonar history on the right. This display isuseful for comparing the same history with two differentfrequencies. (see section 3-5-10).You can also review old sonar records, press and toreview the history. To return to current scanning, press ESCPAGE 22 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


3-5-8 Split zoom and Full Screen zoomSplit zoomSplit zoom mode expands selected area of the singlefrequency by VRM (Variable Range Mark). The left side displayszoomed section of current sonar record. The VRM of the rightside indicates the zoom section area.[Full screen zoom]• Press or to change the zoom range.• Press + or – to change the depth range.Bottom lock:If Bottom lock is on, the zoom depth (the depth of the zoomsection) is adjusted automatically so that the bottom is alwaysdisplayed in the zoom section.• To turn Bottom lock on or off press MENUSelect full screen zoomHighlight bottom lock and press ENT.Full screen zoomDisplays only the zoom section of split zoom.[Split zoom]3-5-9 Split bottomSplit bottom display provides a normal picture on the righthalf and a selectable range over and below the bottom line isexpanded onto the left half of the screen. This mode is usefulfor detecting bottom fish.• Use the or keys to adjust the zoom range.• Press + or – to change the range.• The VRM moves up and down to calculate the bottomdepth automatically.[Bottom Lock]3-5-10 Split 50/200The 50 kHz display appearson the left and the200 kHz appears on theright. This dual frequencydisplay is very useful forcomparing the samescanning with twodifferent frequencies.See page 11for G142FD.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 23


3-5-11 Split A-ScopeThis display shows echoes at each transmission withamplitudes and colours proportional to their intensities; theright of the screen is useful for estimating the kind of fishschools and bottom nature.123Echo strength colour code varies from weakest (blue) tostrongest (red).1 Echoes from fish and the bottom2 Unwanted noise echoes.3 The strongest echo, usually from the bottom.4563-6 HighwayThe Highway window shows a 3D view of the vessel travelingthrough the water when navigating to a destination point.12383-7 GaugesThe Gauges window displays all the information youneed during navigation such as water, engine, fuel relatedinformation, etc.To select the Gauges window, press PAGE and select Dataicon.Selecting a Gauges layout7The Gauges window can show one of seven gauge layouts.To select a layout from the Gauges window:1 Press MENU and select Gauge Layout.2 Select one layout.To go to the Highway window, press PAGE and selectHighway icon.The Highway window shows:1 Compass.2 Data bar.3 Destination waypoint.4 Boat’s plotted course to destination.5 DTG scale (Distance To Go).6 BTW scale (Bearing to waypoint).7 CDI (Course Deviation Indicator).8 XTE scale (Cross Track Error).To change a gauge displayed in a layout inData display:1 Press MENU and selectGauge Setup then theupper left side gaugewill be highlighted.2 Select the gauge youwant to change andpress ENT.3 Select the data typeyou want to display bypressing ENT.4 Press ESC to savechanges.PAGE 24 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


3-8 WaypointsA waypoint is a particular location on a voyage whether it is astarting, intermediate or destination point. A waypoint is thesimplest piece of information the unit requires to get you to adestination in the shortest distance possible. This unit can saveup to 10,000 waypoints.To display waypoint list, press PAGE and selectWaypoint icon.3-8-1 Creating a new waypointTo create a waypoint from the chart window:There are two ways to create a new waypoint from the chartwindow as described below:1 Press WPT, waypoint is marked at current boat position.2 Move the cursor to a point where you want to create awaypoint and press WPT.To create a waypoint from the waypoints window1 Press MENU and select Create.2 Enter waypoint data, change alphanumerical name, choosebetween 48 icons, 16 colours and display options.3 Select Save.3-8-2 Moving a waypointTo move a waypoint from the chart window1 Move the cursor and place over the waypoint you want tomove. (If you move the cursor on the waypoint correctly,waypoint information will be displayed at the bottom left).2 Press MENU and select Move.3 Move the cursor to a point where you want to movewaypoint and press ENTTo Move a waypoint from the waypoints window1 Highlight a waypoint you want to move.2 Press MENU and select Edit.3 Change the existing latitude and longitude to new position.4 Select Save.3-8-3 Editing an existing waypointTo Edit a waypoint from the chart window1 Move the cursor over the waypoint you want to edit. (Ifyou move the cursor on the waypoint correctly, waypointinformation will be displayed at the bottom left).2 Press MENU and select Edit.3 Edit waypoint data as you need and press ENTTo Edit a waypoint from the waypoints window:1 Move cursor key to highlight a waypoint you want to edit.2 Press MENU and select Edit.3 Edit waypoint data as you need and press ENT3-8-4 Deleting a waypointTo delete a waypoint from the chart window:1 Move the cursor over the waypoint you want to delete. (Ifyou move the cursor on the waypoint correctly, waypointinformation will be displayed at the bottom left).2 Press MENU and select Delete.3 Select Yes.Deleting a waypoint from the waypoints window1 Move cursor key to highlight a waypoint you want todelete.2 Press MENU and select Delete.3 Select Yes.Note: A waypoint can not be deleted if the final destination ofnavigation is that waypoint.3-8-5 Find a waypointTo find a waypoint from the chart window:Finding waypoints from the chart window.1 Press MENU and select Find.2 Select Waypoints.3 Move cursor key to highlight a waypoint you want to findand press ENT.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 25


To find a waypoint from the waypoint window:1 Press MENU and select Find.3-8-7 Deleting all waypoints1 In the waypoints window, press MENU and selectDelete all.2 Select Yes.3-9 RoutesA trip from one place to another often involves several coursechanges requiring a series of waypoints which you navigate to,one after another. The sequence of waypoints leading to thefinal destination is called a route. The unit can automaticallyadvance to the next waypoint on a route, so you do not haveto change the destination waypoint repeatedly.The unit has the capability to store 100 routes with maximumof 100 waypoints each.To display the Routes window, press PAGE and select theRoutes window.2 Press , , or to find a waypoint name.3 Select ENT.3 Select ENT3-8-6 Sort WaypointsTo change the order of displayed waypoint list:1 Press MENU and select Sort by.2 Select a sort type.3-9-1 Managing a route from the chart windowCreating a new route window1 Press MENU and select New route.2 Enter the new route name using cursor key and press ENT .3 On the chart window, move the cursor to the position of thestarting waypoint in the Route and press ENT.4 Move the cursor keys to the position of next waypoint andpress ENT.5 Repeat step 4 to enter more waypoints.6 Once the last waypoint has been entered, press MENU andselect End.PAGE 26 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


Editing a waypoint in a route from the chart window:1 Move the cursor to the waypoint you want to move.2 Press MENU and select Move.3 Move cursor to a position where you want to move thewaypoint and press ENT .Deleting the last waypoint from the route whilecreating a route:1 Move the cursor to the last waypoint.2 Press MENU and select REMOVE.Deleting a waypoint from the route while creatinga route1 Move the cursor to the waypoint you want to remove.2 Press MENU and Remove.Tip: Even though you deleted a waypoint in the route, thewaypoint still remains in the waypoint list.Inserting a waypoint whilst creating a route1 If you want to insert an additional waypoint betweenwaypoints.2 Press MENU and select Insert.3 Move the cursor to where you want to insert the newwaypoint and press ENT.Inserting a waypoint in front of starting waypointwhile creating a route1 Move the cursor to the starting waypoint2 Press MENU and select Insert.3 Move the cursor to the new start location and press ENT.3-9-2 Managing a route from the route windowCreating a route from the route window:1 Go to the Route window, by pressing PAGE and select theRoute icon.2 Press MENU select Create.3 If you want to enter a route name, highlight name andpress ENT.4 Press and press ENT.5 Press or to highlight a waypoint.6 Press ENT to insert a waypoint.7 Repeat step 5 and 6 until you create a route.8 Press ESC to exit.Inserting a waypoint between two waypoints:1 In the Route window, select a route you want to insert awaypoint into and press ENT.2 Highlight a leg where you want to insert a waypoint.3 Press MENU and select insert.4 Highlight a waypoint and press ENT.5 Press ESC to exit.Editing a route in the chart window:1 In the route list, press MENU and select Edit on chart.2 Follow the procedure of ‘Editing a waypoint in route whilecreating a route’.Deleting a waypoint in the waypoint list:1 Highlight a waypoint you want to delete in the waypointlist.2 Press MENU and select Remove.Deleting a route in the route window:1 Highlight a route you want to delete.2 Press MENU and select Delete.Deleting all route in the route window:1 Press MENU and select Delete All.Displaying a route in the Chart window from theroute list:1 Highlight a route you wantto display in the Chart window.2 Press MENU andselect Display.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 27


3-10 Satellites3-10-1 Satellite informationAcquiring GPS signalsWhen the unit is first turned on it will take some time for theGPS signal to acquire. After signals are received, the unit willautomatically position the boat in the chart window.Satellite information window:The satellite window displays different information about theGPS satellites and GPS position as below.To go to the satellite window, press PAGE and selectSatellite icon.The satellite window shows:1 Ship’s coordinates.2 Time received GPS satellites.3 Date received GPS satellites.4 HDOP: Horizontal Dilution of Precision. A parameterindicating the accuracy of the GPS.5 Location of GPS Satellites.6 GPS signal strengths status in a graph.12345Press ENT to display GPS signal information from GPS satellitein NMEA0183 data format at the GPS signal strengths statusdisplay.To return to GPS signal strengths status display, press ENTagain.63-11 TidesThe Tides window will show tidal information as well as themoon phase for a specific date.Displaying tidal information from the chart window:1 In the Chart window, press MENU.2 Select Find and Tide station.3 Press or to move cursor and select a tide station.4 Press , , or to the position of selected tidestation and press ENT.5 Select Tide height station to display the information.6 Press ESC to exit.Displaying tide station information in the tideswindow:1 Press PAGE and select Tides window.2 Select Tide height station to display the information.3 Press ESC to exit.Tip: The unit only displays the tide information nearest yourboat in the tides windows.Choosing the date of the tide information:1 In the Tides window, Press MENU and select one of thefollowing options.- Set date: manually sets a date.- Today: automatically sets the date to today.- Next day: automatically sets the date to tomorrow.- Prev day: automatically sets the date of yesterday.2 Press ESC to return to the window. The tides window showsdata for the chosen date.PAGE 28 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


The tides window shows data for the chosen date:6172843953-12-1 Viewing AIS VesselsWhen the unit is connected to an AIS unit which supportsNMEA0183 or NMEA2000, you can check other vesselsthat are equipped with an AIS unit on the screen. To checkAIS information place the cursor on the AIS object the AISinformation will display at the bottom of the window.1 AIS equipped vessel2 Dangerous Vessel3 Projected Course4 AIS equipped vessel Data Box5 Range Rings1 Current time and chosen date for display.2 Data for the chosen date.3 Tide height cursor, a horizontal dotted line. Press orto move cursor up and down.4 Time cursor, a vertical dotted line. Press or to movecursor sideways.5 Time at cursor and tide height at that time.6 Tide station name and distance from boat.7 Moon phase for moon at the current time on thechosen date.8 Tide chart.9 Tide height.3-12 AISAIS is an Automatic Identification System that identifiesinformation of other vessels. AIS provides a means for boatsto exchange and share boat data including identification,position, course, etc. This information can be displayed on thescreen of your unit. AIS is intended to assist you to monitorother boats movements to improve safety andprevent collision.AIS functions require an optional AIS unit to be installed.Contact your nearest GME dealer for more details.To activate AIS function:1 Press and hold MENU and select SystemConfiguration icon.2 Select Features then AIS.13-12-2 AIS WindowsTo display the AIS windows:1 Press PAGE, and select AIS icon.2 Press and hold PAGE to select one of the two tabs:Vessels or Messages tab.- Vessel: show you all the AIS equipped vessel around you.(up to 200 vessels).- Message: show you all the messages related to safetyfrom other AIS equipped vessels.Sorting Vessels1 Press MENU, select Sort by.2 Select one of the options.Displaying an AIS vessel on the chart:To overlay AIS equipped vessel on the chart window:1 Press or to select a vessel you want to display inAIS window.2 Press MENU and select Display.2354G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 29


Displaying AIS equipped vessel Details1 Press or to select a vessel you want to display full AISdetails.2 Press ENT or press MENU and select More Info.3 Press or to see more detail.[AIS Vessel Safety message][AIS Vessel Information -1]3-13 DSCThis feature requires connection to optional DSC VHF radio.DSC window shows the distress and poll information receivedfrom other vessel through DSC VHF radio.[AIS Vessel Information -2]To activate the DSC function:1 Press and hold MENU, select system configuraton icon.2 Select Features then DSC.To go to the DSC windows1 Press PAGE, select DSC icon.2 Select one of two tabs: Distress or Poll.[AIS Vessel List]3-13-1 DistressDuring a distress situation, a vessel that is equipped witha DSC VHF radio and connected to GPS has the capabilityto transmit a DSC distress call with GPS position. When acompatible VHF radio receives a distress call, the distress calllocation is displayed on the screen and it is logged into theDSC Distress window.PAGE 30 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


Displaying a distressed vessel in the chart window:1 Highlight a received distress call you want to display.2 Press MENU and select Display.Going to the distress position:1 Highlight a received distress call you want to navigate to.2 Press MENU and select Goto.Editing a distress waypoint:1 Highlight a received distress call you want to edit.2 Press MENU and select Edit Waypoint.3 Change data field and select Save.Tip: Receiving a Distress call from another vessel, createsa distress waypoint automatically. However, the waypointyou edit in the option menu is a different waypoint from thedistress waypoint.Deleting a Distress Call:1 Highlight a received distress call you want to delete.2 Press MENU and select Delete.Deleting all Distress Calls:1 Press MENU and select Delete all.Tip: Even though you delete a DSC call, the DSC waypointsstill exist.Distress MessageWhen the distress message is received, the distress messagewill pop up as below.When the position of a vessel is received, the location isdisplayed on the screen and it is logged into the Poll windowTo display the Poll tab, press and hold PAGE.Displaying a poll vessel in the chart window:1 Highlight a poll you want to display.2 Press MENU and select Display.Going to the poll vessel position1 Highlight a poll you want to go to.2 Press MENU and select Goto.Edit a distress waypoint:1 Highlight a poll you want to edit.2 Press MENU and select Edit Waypoint.3 Change data field and select Save.Tip: When receiving a poll from other vessel, it does notcreate a waypoint as a distress call.Deleting a poll:1 Highlight the received distress call you want to delete.2 Press MENU and select Delete.Deleting all poll:1 Press MENU and select Delete all.Tip: Even though you delete a DSC call, the DSC waypointsstill exist.3-13-2 PollPollA compatible radio with the unit can request the position ofanother DSC VHF radio equipped vessels around its position.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 31


3-14 NAVTEXNAVTEX is an international automated direct printing servicefor delivery of navigational and meteorological warnings andforecast, as well as urgent marine safety information.NAVTEX functions require an optional NAVTEX receiver withNMEA0183 output to be installed and connected tothe chartplotter.To go to the NAVTEXwindow, press PAGE andselect the NAVTEX icon.Reloading NAVTEX messages:NAVTEX messages need to be loaded from a NAVTEX receivermanually. (Up to 50 messages)1 Press MENU and select Reload all.Deleting a message:1 Move the cursor to the message you want to delete.2 Press MENU and select Delete.4 ADVANCED SETTINGSThe system menu mainly consists of settings which do notrequire frequent adjustment.To go to system menu, press and hold MENU then select theicon you want.1 System Configuration.2 Chart.3 Sonar.4 GPS.5 Track & log.6 Memory.7 AIS.8 Alarms.9 Others.10 Alpha blending (set transparency of menu boxes’background over main windows).142536710894-1 System Configuration SettingsTo go to System configuration:1 Press and hold MENU.2 Select the system configuration icon.3-15 Engine FaultsThe Engine Faults window shows you all the errors ormalfunctions relating to the engine in real time. If a problem issolved then corresponding error or malfunction indication willdisappear.PAGE 32 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


4-1-1 LanguageChange the language for menus and data screens.4-1-2 Beep volumeSelect the volume level of beep.4-2 Chart SettingsTo go to the chart settings:1 Press and hold MENU .2 Select the Chart icon.4-1-3 Auto powerSee section 3-1.4-1-4 FeaturesWhen external devices are connected to the unit, thecorresponding options need to be set.4-1-5 Factory resetWhen this option is selected. All settings of the unit return todefault factory settings.4-1-6 AboutThe About window shows:1 Software version and release date.2 C-Map version.3 Wiring information.4-2-1 RotationThree types of display presentations are provided. The defaultis heading up.North up: North is at the top of the display.Heading up: When course is set, the heading is to the top ofscreen at all times.Course up: When a course is set it this will be to the topof the screen. This option is only available when you arenavigating to a waypoint or following a route.4-2-2 PalettePalettes are used to enhance the visibility of the displaydepending on the surrounding light environments. Four typesof displays are provided; Normal, NOAA, Sunlight and Night.4-2-3 General (C-MAP)Plotter mode: This mode allows you to zoom in and out atscales where cartographic data is not available (over zoom).Mixing levels: When the map coverage of the current chartscale does not fill the entire display, the GPS chartplotter drawsthe rest of map using charts from above and below the currentscale. When this function is turned on you will notice thedisplay may redraw 2 to 3 times to show all the detail.AntiClutter: when this option is selected, less importantinformation (names and icons) are hidden when they overlapon the chart.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 33


Value added data: The Value Added Data (VAD) is acollection of additional cartographic objects which are notpresent on the original paper chart. These objects havebeen obtained from other sources and then merged to theelectronic charts in order to provide more information usefulfor navigation.Lat/Lon Grid: Turns the latitude and longitude grid lines onor off on the chart window.Boundaries: Turns the chart boundaries on, off or auto modewhich shows the chart boundaries of the two charts below thecurrent scale.Text/Icon Size: Changes the size of text and icon onthe chart.Names: Displays area names in the chart.Nav-aids & Light Sector: Turns the presentation of Light,Signals, Buoys and Beacons On, Off, No Sector (Nav-Aids areshown, Light Sectors are hidden) or Animated (The lightswill flash).Nav-aids: The way to display fog, radar and radio stationsignals. (International and US).Attention areas: Areas on the chart where more attentionshould be paid when navigating can be turned on or off.Projected course: Displays the Projected course in agiven time.CDI scale: Set CDI (Course Deviation Indicator) scale which isa parallel line on either side a pottered course.4-2-4 Land & Sea (C-MAP)Water features: Turns the displaying of seabed nature andtide stations icon on or off.Object depths: Turns object depths on or off.Spot soundings: Turns spot sounding on or off.Sounding min: Set the minimum depth limit of depthsounding, bathymetric lines and depth area.Sounding max: Set the maximum depth limit of depthsounding, bathymetric lines and depth area.Tidal stream: Turns the display tidal streams on or off.Land Features: Turns land features on or off.Land elevation: Turns land elevations on or off.Safe Navigation Area: Set the water depth for safenavigation and display safe navigation area in color.4-2-5 Map datumThis unit has a compatibility with most of major chart systemsand this option allows you to select a map datum. The defaultdatum is WGS84.Map datum Selection:1 Press and hold MENU and select chart icon.2 Select general and Map datum.3 Select a desired map datum.4-2-6 NMEA datum offsetWhen you select other Map datums that are different fromWGS84, the latitude and longitude will be different fromWGS84’S coordinates and this might confuse other devicessuch as a DSC VHF radio if connected to the unit. If this optionis applied, latitude and longitude sent via the NMEA outputwill be the same as the coordinates in WGS84.4-2-7 Map shiftSometimes current position of your own ship does not matchthat of the current location on the chart. To correct this positionerror, you can apply a map shift.Applying a map shift:1 In the Chart setup menu, press and hold MENU and selectChart icon.2 Select Map shift and press ENT.3 Move cursor to the actual position on the chart.4 Press MENU and select Set and ENT to save.5 Press ESC to lock in change.Canceling a map shift:If you want to clear the map shift:1 In the Chart setup menu, select Map shift then ENT.2 Press MENU and select Clear.3 Press ESC to lock in change.PAGE 34 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


4-3-3 Scroll speedYou can set the scroll speed which determines how quickly thevertical scan lines run across the screen. Five speed options areprovided; Very Fast, Fast, Medium, Slow and Pause.A faster option is recommended for slow boat speed to seemore detail and a slow speed is recommended for fastboat speed.4-3-4 Digit sizeYou can change the size of the depth digit on the Sonarwindow. Three options are available Small, Medium or Large.4-2-8 Restore defaultReturns every chart setting to default.4-3 Sonar SettingsSonar feature requires a depth transducer to be connected.G142CFD only.To go to the Sonar settings:1 Press and hold MENU.2 Select the Sonar icon.4-3-1 FrequencyYou can select a sonar frequency between 200 kHz, 50 kHzor Mixed.4-3-2 PalettePalettes are used to enhance the visibility of the displaydepending on the surrounding light environments. Four types ofdisplays are provided, black, blue, white and 8 colour.4-3-5 FishFish symbols: Turn the fish symbol on or off.Fish depth labels: Turn the fish depth value on or off.Fish filter: Select a minimum fish size that will be displayedas a fish symbol. Small, Medium or Large.Fish sensitivity: Select the minimum strength fish echo thatwill be displayed as a fish symbol. Low, Medium or High.4-3-6 Advance SettingsInterference filter: Interference from other equipmentoperating nearby or on your boat may show itself on thedisplay. Use this option to remove interference.Noise filter: If there is noise, the echo signal from thetransducer is not stable. This function will remove noise andaverages the echo signal. However, this option may alsoremove fish echoes.Surface clutter filter: This filter removes surface noise.However, the function does not remove fish echoes.Pulse length: You can select specific pulse length of thetransducer. A short pulse shows more detailed information butcannot travel deep into the water because of less power. TheAuto setting is recommended.Pulse power: You can select specific pulse power of thetransducer. Low power shows a clear display but cannot traveldeep into the water. The Auto setting is recommended.4-3-7 Restore defaultReturns every sonar settings to default.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 35


4-4 GPS SettingsTo go to the GPS settings:1 Press and hold MENU.2 Select the GPS icon.4-5 Track & Log SettingsTo go to the tracking and log settings:1 Press and hold MENU.2 Select the track & log icon.vWhen the GPS device is connected properly, the GPS settingsprovide the access to GPS functions and features connectedwith the satellites information used for further navigation.4-4-1 GPS SourceSelect a source of GPS signalsInternal: Select this option when unit has an internalGPS antenna.NMEA0183 & NMEA2000: Select this option when usingan external GPS or DGPS antenna via NMEA.4-4-2 DGPS SourceSelect WAAS/EGNOS when you want to utilize DGPS.4-4-3 Static NavigationThis option is very useful when the boat stops or moves veryslowly. This option allows you to set a minimum speed at whichmovement is assumed. The value range is from 0.00 to 9.99.4-4-4 Speed Filter and Course FilterOccasional waves and wind at sea affect the boat speed andcourse. In order to have stable boat speed and course, the unitcalculates these factors to give the value of stable speed andcourse information.4-4-5 Lat/Lon d.p’sSelect the number of last reading of Lat/Lon to be sent to othermarine electronics.4-4-6 Ship speedTo have more precise boat speed and course, you can selectyour boat speed. Mid is highly recommended option for themost of common boat.4-4-7 Magnetic VariationThis option compensates the difference between true northand magnetic north.The unit has the capability to store 10 individual tracks andrecord up to 15,000 track points. Before using the trackfunction you will need to setup the track function that suitsyour boat.4-5-1 TrackRecordOff: Stop the recording of a track.1 to 10 (select a track number): Start a recording of theboat’s course.DisplayOff: Display no track on the chart.1 to 5 (select a track number): Display a selected track onthe chart.Record colourSelect the colour for recording the track.ThicknessSelect the thickness of recorded track.Plotting IntervalSelect the method of plotting interval between timeand distance.DistanceSelect the distance of plotting interval.TimeSelect the time of plotting interval.Delete trackDelete a selected track record4-5-2 LogsReset trip distShows you the trip distance. If you select this option it resetsthe trip distance.Reset total distShows you the total trip distance. If you select this option itresets the total trip distance.PAGE 36 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


4-6 Memory SettingsTo go to the memory settings:1 Press and hold MENU.2 Select the Memory icon.A user card is an optional SD card which you will need topurchase additionally. Before you use a user card it must beformatted.4-6-3 DeleteSelect a data you want to delete then press ENT.Also, you can sort the file by name. Press MENU and selectsort by name.Note: Formatting a user card erases all saved data.4-6-1 SaveSelect a data type you want to save in the user card then thedata will be saved in the user card automatically.1 If you select waypoints for saving data, enter the file nameand press ENT.2 If you select routes for saving data, enter the file name andpress ENT.3 If you select tracks for saving data, enter the file name andpress ENT.4-6-4 FormatErase all data in the user card. Format the user cardbefore using it.[Waypoints][Tracks]4-6-2 LoadSelect a data you want to load into the load list thenpress ENT.4-6-5 Screen snapshotTo take the snapshot of current screen, press FUNC buttontwice. To save the captured image, press MENU and selectSave or Save all to save the captured images on theuser card.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 37


CPA Limit: Set the Closet Point of Approach limit.Proximity alarm: Trigger an alarm when any AIS equippedvessel is within a set proximity radius.Proximity radius: Set a radius for proximity alarm.4-7-3 Display optionsProjected course: Set a time for projected course. Theproject course shows the estimated course of vessel based onthe given time.4-7 AIS SettingsAIS feature requires an optional AIS receiver.To go to the AIS settings:1 Press and hold MENU.2 Select the AIS icon.Range rings : Select a number of Range rings.4-7-1 Display filterThere are a couple of methods to filter AIS vessel in this unitas below.Filter by Type: The type of vessel which is selected will notbe displayed on the chart.Filter by distance: Vessels outside the radius of selecteddistance from own ship is filtered.Filter by speed: Vessels with speed below the set value arefiltered.Show Dangerous Only: When this option is selected, itshows dangerous vessel only.4-7-2 Alarm optionDangerous Vessel Alarm: When this option is selectedan alarm will activate. Even if this option is not selected,dangerous vessels will still show on the chart.TCPA Limit: Set the Time of Closet Point of Approach limit.4-7-4 Restore defaultReturns every AIS setting to default.PAGE 38 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


4-8 AlarmsPress and hold MENU then Alarms:4-8-7 Navigation alarmsArrival radius: Triggers an alarm when your boat isapproaching the destination to a set value.Anchor alarm: Trigger an alarm when your boat moves morethan a set value.XTE: Triggers an alarm when your boat moves off the currentCDI scale.Danger: Triggers an alarm when your boat is getting close toa dangerous point.4-8-8 AISSee the Alarm option of 4-7 (AIS Settings).A warning message with beep sound is displayed when analarm condition is met by user setting. Press ESC to clear thealarm. However, the alarm will be displayed again when thealarm condition reoccurs. The unit provides alarms for variousfunctions.4-8-1 FishTriggers an alarm when echo from the transducer is matchedto a preprogrammed fish profile.4-8-9 DGPSTriggers an alarm when DGPS signal is not received.4-8-10 Restore defaultReturns every alarm setting to default.4-9 OthersPress and hold MENU then Others:4-8-2 DeepTriggers an alarm when the depth value received from thetransducer is deeper than a set value.4-8-3 ShallowTriggers an alarm when the depth value received from thetransducer is shallower than a set value.4-8-4 TemperatureTriggers an alarm when the reported temperature from thetransducer is the same as a set value.4-8-5 Temperature rateTrigger an alarm when the rate of temperature change fromthe transducer is same as a set value.4-8-6 Low batteryTriggers an alarm when battery voltage is lower than a setvalue.4-9-1 SimulateSimulate : Turn the simulate mode on or off.Mode : See 2-4 Simulate Mode.Speed : The simulated boat speed to use.Course : The simulated course over ground.Route : The route to follow.4-9-2 WaypointSelect a way to display waypoints.4-9-3 GPSSee 4-4 GPS Settings.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 39


4-9-4 UnitsSelect a unit of each measure.Tip: Requires a optional VHF receiver with barometerconnected: InHg or mB.4-9-5 CommsUse this feature when the unit is connected to other marineelectronics through any compatible NMEA instrument.NMEA0183/NMEA2000: This option to transmit NMEAsentences to other marine electronics. NMEA0183 andNMEA2000 interfaces are generally used with third partymarine electronics. Select a port (NMEA2000, NMEA0183-Port1 or NMEA0183-Port 2), a communication speed and select adesired output data.4-9-6 CalibrateSpeed : Calibrate the boat speed. Travel at a constant knownspeed and press or to calibrate the speed.Speed filter: Set this option when removing effects fromwaves and wind which affect the speed of boat by averaging.Temperature: Calibrate the water temperature. Measure thewater temperature with a thermometer then press or tocalibrate the temperature.Temperature filter: Set this option when removing effectsfrom water turbulence and currents which cause the watertemperature to fluctuate slightly.Keel offset: A depth measured by a transducer is dependingon where the transducer is installed. You can adjust the depthof water in consideration of depth of transducer installed inthe water.Speed range: Set a maximum speed of boat so it can be readin the unit.4-9-9 CalendarProvides a calendar function.5 INSTALLATIONCorrect installation is important to the performance of the unit.It is vital to read the entire installation section of this manualand the documentation that comes with the antenna and anyother units before starting installation. For further information,please contact GME.5-1 Options and AccessoriesOptional sensors and instruments:• External alarms• GPS or DGPS antenna• Sonar transducer• Fuel sensors• DSC VHF radio• NMEA 2000: The chartplotter can display engine data.• Other instruments: The chart plotter can receive data fromother instruments and send data to other instruments byNMEA.Connections4-9-7 TimeLocal offset : The time information supplied by the GPSsatellites is in UTC (Universal Time Coordinates). To read thecorrect time, change the time of GPS chart plotter for daylightsaving time start and end.Time format : Select the format of time.Date format : Select the format of date.4-9-8 Restore defaultReturns every other setting to default.PAGE 40 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


5-3 Power/data cableBasic power• Wire the display unit for basic power as picture below.Auto power• Wire the display unit for auto power as picture below.• During setup, set up Auto power off.[Power & Data(ALARM, Auto power)]NO. Color Function1 Black Ground: - power in, NMEA ground.2 Brown Ignition_On3 White NMEA 1 Out4 Blue NMEA 1 In5 Red + power in, 12 to 34 V DC6 Orange NMEA 2 Out7 Yellow NMEA 2 In8 Green External alarm5-4 Alarm• Wire the chartplotter for any external alarm beepers orlights as below picture.• The output from the unit to the external alarm is maximum30 V DC 200 mA. It is needed to fit a suitable relay.[Sonar]Pin NO.Detail1 SONAR +2 SPEED / TEMP. GND3 SPEED / + SUPPLY4 TEMP.5 SONAR -6 SONAR GND5-2 ConnectionsThe GPS chart plotter has connectors that are used to connectto the power supply, GPS antenna and to NMEA devices suchas VHF’s AIS receivers, digital instruments and autopilots.5-5 GPS antennaSelecting an antenna:Fit one of these GPS antennas:5-5-1 Internal antennaThe chartplotter is supplied with an internal GPS antenna, youcan use it without the input of an external signal.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 41


5-5-2 External antenna - optional extraReception of internal GPS antenna is affected by the location ofthe display unit. If GPS signal is weak, or to receive enhancedGPS signal, you can connect an external GPS antenna to theunit. The connector is BNC type.Installing an external antennaIf an external antenna is required, install the antenna andfit the antenna cable back to the display unit. Follow theinstructions in the manual supplied with the antenna. Fit anoptional extension cable if required.During setup, configure the data for the chosen antenna.5-5-3 The antenna using NMEAThe chartplotter can receive the GPS data from the compatibledevice (NMEA). The chartplotter can connect several devices toan external GPS.• An optional differential beacon DGPS antenna to giveenhanced accuracy within range of land based differentialbeacons in areas where WAAS or EGNOS are not available.Such a DGPS antenna has both a GPS receiver and a beaconreceiver, and it automatically applies the beacon correctionto the GPS position.To set the DGPS options (None or WAAS/EGNOS):Connect the GPS directly to the input. Set the option. The newsetting will be displayed if it was successfully applied.Note: The chart plotter can apply the WAAS and EGNOSDGPS corrections to any GPS antenna.5-6 NMEA 0183The GPS chartplotter can be connected to external devices withNMEA0183 and display information such as:• DSC VHF Radio• GPS antenna (NMEA 0183)• Navtex• AIS receiverDSC VHF radioFit and set up the optional DSC VHF radio as pictures above.NMEA 0183(1) IN and NMEA 0183(2) IN.Other NMEA instrumentsNMEA is an industry standard for interconnecting instruments.The chartplotter can be connected to other NMEA instruments.Set up the optional NMEA instruments as pictures above.PAGE 42 INSTRUCTION MANUAL G-COMBO


• The chartplotter can receive and display depth, paddlewheelboat speed and water temperature from an optionalcompatible instrument.• The chartplotter can receive data from an optionalcompatible GPS or GPS/DGPS source.• The chartplotter can send GPS position and other navigationdata to an autopilot or other instrument. An autopilotrequires APB, APA and VTG sentences.For information on sending NMEA data to the instrument,contact GME.During setup to send NMEA data to other instruments, setNMEA out and specify the NMEA data to send.5-7 NMEA 2000NMEA 2000 interface standard was introduced forcommunications network to interconnect marine electronicequipment such as navigation chartplotters, engines, tank levelsensors and others on vessels. The standard is regulated by TheNational Marine Electronics Association in the USA.The chartplotter can be connected to external devices withNMEA2000 and display information such as following.• Engines have fuel flow sensors, therefore fuel sensors arenot required.• The chartplotter can receive and display wind speed anddirection from an optional compatible wind instrument.• The chartplotter can receive and display depth from anoptional depth instruments.• The chartplotter can receive and display boat speed andwater temperature from a paddlewheel sensor on a optionalspeed instrument.If connected to a display unit, use a cable compatible with theNMEA 2000 standard.5-8 Sonar TransducersThe transducer is a sensor that transmits and receives soundwaves into the water.• Fit the sonar transducer supplied, following the instructionsin the Transducer Installation Manual supplied withthe chartplotter.• In case of installation of 50/200 kHz transducer, waterspeed sensor and water temperature sensor, an optionalthrough hull dual frequency sonar transducer and throughhull speed/temperature transducer provide a more enhancedperformance. Contact GME for more information.• Connect the transducer to the chartplotter.• At the system configuration window, set Sonar and set upthe sonar options.If you use Y-Cable, the chartplotter can display watertemperature and water speed from the compatible devices andreceive and display the depth from the transducer.To connect these instruments, please connect the cable to theunit as the picture below.5-9 Setup and test1 Put a blanking cap on any unused connector on the back ofthe display unit. Ensure all connectors are plugged in andthe display unit is in place.2 If the display unit is bracket mounted, adjust tilt androtation for best viewing and hand tighten the knob.3 Insert any required C-MAP chart card.4 Enter setup data to set up the chartplotter to yourrequirements and to set up any optional sensorsor instruments.5 At the satellite display, check that it picks up GPS satellites.Wait for the GPS receiver to start up and the GPS satellite tochange to ‘Used in fix’.G-COMBO INSTRUCTION MANUAL PAGE 43


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