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GPSMAP 135 Sounder TM ® O WNER’S MANU AL AND REFERENCE ZOOM ZOOM ZOOM OPTION MENU EDIT ENTER GPS 135 Rev C 8/4/98 4:16 PM Page 1.
Software Version 2.30 or above, Internal Database Version 2.01 © Navionics Corporation G-chart TM cartridge data is copyrighted by Navionics Corporation and GARMIN Corporation and may not be copied or used for any other purpose without permission. © 1997 GARMIN Corporation 1200 E.
i INTRODUC TION W arning GARMIN, GPSMAP, G-chart, AutoLocate, TracBack and PhaseTrac12 are trademarks of GARMIN Corporation and may only be used with permission. All rights are reserved. The GPSMAP 135 Sounder should not be used as a navigational aid or depth sounder to prevent collision, grounding, boat damage, or personal injury.
The GPS system is operated by the United States government, which is solely responsible for its accuracy and maintenance. The system is subject to changes which could affect the accuracy and performance of all GPS equipment.
iii INTRODUC TION Capabilities Designed for detailed electronic charting and complete depth sounding capabil- ity , the GARMIN GPSMAP 135 Sounder is a powerful navigation device that can also give you.
iv INTRODUC TION Warranty W ARR ANTY GARMIN warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and work- manship for one year from the date of purchase. GARMIN will, at its sole option, repair or replace any components which fail in normal use.
v INTRODUC TION Preface Congratulations on choosing one of the most advanced depth sounding and marine navigation systems available! The GARMIN GPSMAP 135 Sounder com- bines the pr oven performance of.
INTRODUC TION Packing List vi Before installing and getting started with your unit, please check to see that your package includes the following items.
vii GETTING S T AR TED Table of Contents Warning ..................................................................................................................i Cautions .............................................................................
viii INTRODUC TION Keypad Usage M P J G O T Q Z R B Scrolls the main pages in sequence and returns display from a submenu page to a main page. Captures your present position and displays the mark position window. Returns display to a previous page or restores a data field’s previous value.
1 GETTING S T AR TED Initialization Intializing the Receiver The first time you power up your new GPSMAP 135 Sounder is an important step in getting the best possible GPS performance. The receiver must be given an oppor- tunity to collect satellite data and establish its present position.
AB The select initialization window will appear , with the ‘select from map’ option highlighted. 1. Press T to initialize the receiver from the built-in worldwide map. The map page will appear , prompting you to select your appr oximate present posi- tion with the map cursor .
A B GPSMAP 135 Sounder Getting Started T our The GARMIN GPSMAP 135 Sounder is a powerful electr onic navigation and depth sounding system that provides detailed chart coverage and convenient con- trol of many advanced featur es right from the screen display .
AB The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s status page provides a visual refer ence of satellite acquisition and receiver status, with a signal strength bar graph and a satellite sky view in the center of the page.
5 GETTING S T AR TED Page Sequence/Position Page The satellite status page is one of five main pages used in the GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s system. All five pages are linked together in a simple chain, which allows you to scroll thr ough the pages in either direction using the J and Q keys.
6 GETTING S T AR TED Using the GOTO Key AB To mark your present position: 1. Press the M key. The mark position page will appear, with a default three-digit waypoint name, symbol, position, and depth (at this position). 2. Use the R keypad to highlight the waypoint name field (001) and press T .
The sounder page lets you use the GPSMAP 135 as a fishfinder . The top of the screen contains any of seven selectable data field options, while the middle of the page contains a right-to-left moving sonar image of the water beneath your boat. (Note: Items appear on the screen as they pass under your transducer .
The GPSMAP 135 Sounder uses three range modes: auto, manual, and window . Auto mode displays the most information possible while continuously showing the bottom. Manual mode lets you select the displayed depth. Window mode allows you to define a starting depth and length of the range window .
Another useful feature of the GPSMAP 135 Sounder is the sounder zoom, which allows you to instantly “zoom in” to look at a specific portion of the sounder display by using the Z key . The sounder zoom function is divided into four display levels: • 2X Split Screen––Shows two reduced-size sonar pictures at the same time.
Let’ s continue the Getting Started T our with the map page. 1. Press the J key. The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s map page combines digital chartplotting with a user -selectable display of navigation data and a built-in worldwide database to 64 nm. It will also be the page you use most to create and edit waypoints and r outes.
AB Using the Map Cursor W orking from the map page is a simple pr ocess that centers around the use of the cursor . Controlled by the R keypad, the cursor is an important tool that can be used to pan to other map locations, mark and edit waypoints and r outes, and review position data of on-screen navaids and waypoints.
Going to a Destination GPS is all about marking positions as waypoints and navigating to them using the receiver’ s steering guidance and map displays. W e’ve already seen how to use the M key to store our present position, so it’ s time to move on to the fun part— going to a destination.
AB A data field at the top of the page will now display the bearing and distance to the second route waypoint. T o get started, let’ s enter a speed for our vessel, which we can do from the ‘Setup Simulator?’ listing on the options page. The setup sim- ulator page is also available fr om any other page in the main page sequence.
Once the cursor is over the TOUR3 waypoint, you’ll notice that the waypoint symbol and name will become highlighted. The data field at the top of the page will display the waypoint name, the range and bearing from your present position, and the coordinates for the waypoint.
AB 15 GETTING S T AR TED Navigation Page Now that we’re navigating to an actual destination, let’ s move on to the next page of the GPSMAP 135 Sounder system, the navigation page : 1. Press the J key. The navigation page pr ovides graphic steering guidance to your destination.
16 To adjust the simulated boat speed: 1. Press the UP arrow of the R keypad to increase the speed in 5 knot/kph/mph incre- ments. Press the DOWN arrow to decrease the speed in the same increments. To steer the boat: 1. Press the LEFT and RIGHT arrows of the R keypad.
AB The active r oute page shows each waypoint of the active route in sequence, with the waypoint name, distance and estimated time enroute to each waypoint displayed. As you navigate the route, the active r oute list will be automatically updated, indicating the next destination waypoint.
To access the main menu page: 1. Press the O key twice. The main menu page’ s 11 submenus are divided into categories by function. Y ou can select a particular submenu by simply highlighting the desired option and pressing T .
To turn the GPSMAP 135 Sounder off: 1. Press and hold the P key for about 3 seconds, until the screen is blank. The next section of the manual describes the pages and functions of the GPSMAP 135 Sounder in detail. If you are unable to locate a specific option or function, please refer to the index on pages 96-98.
Status Page The GPSMAP 135 Sounder status page provides a visual refer ence of various receiver functions, including current satellite coverage, receiver operating mode and current receiver accuracy . The status information will give you an idea of what the receiver is doing at any given moment.
AB Receiver Status, EPE & DOP Receiver status is indicated at the top of the page, with the current estimated position error (EPE) and dilution of precision (DOP) to the left of the sky view . DOP is an indication of satellite geometry quality measured on a scale of one to ten (lowest numbers the best, highest numbers the poorest).
Status Page Options The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s status page features a context-sensitive options page that provides access to functions and featur es relating to the status page. To display the status page options: 1. Press O . To select a menu option: 1.
Position Page The GPSMAP 135 Sounder position page shows you where you are, what dir ec- tion you are heading and how fast you are going. The top of the page featur es a compass tape to indicate the d.
Position Page Options The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s position page features a context-sensitive options page that provides access to functions and featur es relating to the position page. To display the position page options: 1. Press O . To select a menu option: 1.
Sounder Page The sounder page is where your GPSMAP 135 Sounder becomes a powerful fishfinder . The top of the screen contains any of seven selectable data field options, while the middle of the page contains a right-to-left moving sonar image of the water beneath your boat.
Range Modes The GPSMAP 135 Sounder uses three depth range modes: auto, manual, and window . Auto is the default and continually adjusts the screen display to show the maximum amount of data possible, .
Sounder Zoom Function The sounder zoom function allows you to see the current display picture at 2 times (2X) and 4 times (4X) magnification. 2X means that the screen displayed will now cover 1/2 the depth you were originally viewing in twice the detail and 4X shows 1/4 the original depth at four times the detail.
Moving the Zoom Window Once a zoom window has been activated, the zoom window can instantly be moved to show a differ ent area. A zoom window indicator bar will be displayed on the right side of the original-scale picture (top). The bar’ s length and position will correspond to the zoomed picture displayed on the lower half of the scr een.
5. Enter any desired information for the waypoint such as name, comment, etc., and press T . 6. To resume display movement, press Q or T . Note: In the event that you only want to find the depth of an object and not mark it as a waypoint, simply press Q once the depth has been displayed to return to normal operation.
Sounder Page Options The sounder options page lets you customize the sounder to your needs. To display the sounder page options: 1. Press O . The following options are available: • Sensitivity Adjust?— determines how sensitive the sounder is to sonar echoes.
• Setup Page Display?–– allows you to select the fields displayed in the data section of the sounder page. The following options are available: • 1 Field • 3 Fields & Compass • 1 Field & Compass • 3 Fields & CDI • 1 Field & CDI • 5 Fields • 3 Fields To change the page display: 1.
Sounder Setup The next sounder page menu option is ‘Sounder Setup?’. This option allows you to setup the sounder for your specific needs. Five operational settings/func- tions may be accessed: fish ID, water type, noise rejection, keel of fset, and speed calibration.
• Water Type - Maximizes the sounder’s operation in cold, cool, or warm water and salt or freshwater. Has one field for water temperature and one for water composi- tion. Set the water temperature option to ‘Cold’ if the water is below 40ºF, ‘Cool’ if it is between 40º- 80ºF, and ‘Warm’ if it is above 80ºF.
• Speed Calibration - If you are using a transducer equipped to display speed through water (STW) , calibration is required to ensure that the STW displayed by your GPSMAP 135 Sounder will be accurate. The unit may be calibrated automatically or manually, but auto calibration is recommended and is the default setting.
To use Manual Calibration: 1. Ensure manual calibration mode is selected in the speed calibration field, if not, press O , highlight ‘Manual Calibrate?’, and press O . 2. Press T . The slider bar will turn black and the calibration range bar will turn to white.
AB Map Page The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s map page provides a comprehensive display of electronic cartography , plotting and navigational data. The map display shows your boat on a digital chart, complete with geographic names, navaids, depth con- tours and a host of other chart features.
Map Modes The map display uses the cursor keypad and a set of hard keys to contr ol most map display functions. The Z keys, combined with the R keypad, let you select zoom ranges and move the cursor . T wo basic map operating modes, position mode and cursor mode, determine what cartography is shown on the map display .
AB Using the Cursor The cursor allows you to pan away from your present position and scroll to other map areas ar ound the world (even outside of your current G-chart cover- age). As you pan past the edge of the curr ent map display , the screen will actively scroll forwar d to provide continuous map coverage.
Selecting Map Scales The map display has 16 available range scales from 1/8th to 4096 n.m. (1/4 to 7500km). The map scale is controlled by the Z keys, with the current scale dis- played at the bottom of the data window . To select a map scale: 1. Press the up Z key to zoom out and the down Z key to zoom in.
AB Map Page Options The GPSMAP 135 Sounder map page is designed to be a flexible tool that can be custom-tailored to your exact navigation needs. The map options page pr o- vides access to many of the features and functions that will help you configure the map page to your own preferences.
• Configure the Map?— allows you to determine what chart features are displayed on a particular map scale to prevent excessive clutter. The map configuration page features an on/off grid with a list of chart features down the left side.
AB The map configuration options page also features a map calibration function that allows you to calibrate the map display with your exact physical surroundings or correct data from older charts.
• Setup Page Display?— allows you to specify the fields displayed in the data win- dow section of the map page by selecting one of the following display options: Note: The last two display options make it possible to display both the map page and sounder page simultaneously as a split screen.
• Change Data Fields?— allows you to specify the data displayed in each data field used on the map display. The following options are available: • BRG- bearing to active wpt • DIS- distance to.
GPSMAP 135 Sounder Navigation Page Whenever a GOTO, MOB, T racBack or route has been activated, the GPSMAP 135 Sounder will provide digital and graphic steering guidance to the destination with the navigation page.
As you head toward your destination, the highway perspective will move to indicate your progr ess to the waypoint and which direction you should steer to stay on course. If you are navigating a r oute, the navigation page will show each route waypoint in sequence, with the active leg indicated by the white portion of the highway .
AB The following options are available for the navigation page: • Change Data Fields?— allows you to define the data displayed in any of the six user-selectable data fields. Thirteen data options are available: • BRG • DIS • DPT • SOG • COG • STW • ETE • ETA • TMP • XTK • VMG • TRN • CTS To change a data field: 1.
Main Menu Page The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s main menu page provides access to various way- point, system, navigation and interface management and setup menus. The main menu page is available from any page in the GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s system, and is accessed through the O key .
AB Creating and Using W aypoints The GARMIN GPSMAP 135 Sounder stores up to 250 alphanumeric waypoints with a user -defined icon and comment available for each waypoint.
The mark key may also be used on the map page to mark the cursor position or an on-screen navaid. T o mark a navaid, select the desired navaid with the cursor . The GPSMAP 135 Sounder will use the navaid text shown on the cartography as the default comment.
AB Creating W aypoints Graphically W aypoints may also be quickly created fr om the map display , which allows you to ‘point and shoot’ at any map position to create a new waypoint. To create a new waypoint graphically: 1. Use the R keypad to move the cursor to the desired map position.
Reference W aypoints A new waypoint may also be created without knowing position coordinates by entering its range and bearing from an existing waypoint or your pr esent position. The GPSMAP 135 Sounder will then calculate the position coordinates for you, using the reference selected.
AB Reviewing & Editing W aypoints Once you have created and stored a waypoint, it may be modified, r eviewed, renamed or deleted at any time thr ough the waypoint definition page.
W aypoint Definition Page Options The waypoint definition page also features an options page that allows you to edit the selected waypoint on the map display , rename the selected waypoint or delete the waypoint from memory . To display the waypoint definition page options: 1.
AB W aypoint Submenus The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s main menu page features four waypoint submenus that let you manage a large number of waypoints quickly and ef ficiently .
Proximity W aypoints The pr oximity waypoints list lets you define an alarm cir cle around a stored waypoint position, and can be used to help you avoid reefs, rocks or r estricted waters. Up to nine waypoints may be listed, with a maximum alar m radius of 99.
AB Create W aypoint The third waypoint submenu available fr om the main menu page is the ‘Create W aypoint’ submenu, which allows you to create a new waypoint by manually entering coordinates. Instructions for using the cr eate waypoint submenu are pro- vided on page 36.
Going to a Destination The GPSMAP 135 Sounder provides four ways to navigate to a destination: GOTO, MOB, T racBack and route navigation . The easiest method for select- ing a destination is the GOTO function, which lets you select a destination way- point and quickly sets a direct course fr om your present position.
AB GOTO Key Options The GOTO options page provides a list of additional GOTO options that let you start a T racBack route, select a destination waypoint from the near est way- points list, select a route to navigate, or cancel the curr ent GOTO destination.
MOB The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s man overboard function (MOB) lets you simul- taneously mark and set a course to a position for quick response to emer gency sit- uations. To activate the MOB function: 1. Press the B key. 2. Press the T key to confirm and begin navigating to the MOB position.
AB Tracback Navigation (continued) 4. Highlight the ‘Yes’ field and press T . To activate a TracBack route: 1. Press the G key, followed by the O key.
Routes The last way to navigate to a destination is to create a user -defined route. The GARMIN GPSMAP 135 Sounder system lets you cr eate and store up to 20 reversible r outes (numbered 1-20), with up to 30 waypoints each.
AB Once a route has been cr eated graphically (and the Q key has been pressed to finish), the map display will automatically enter the route r eview mode.
The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s r oute edit mode also allows you to insert a new route waypoint in any r oute leg using the map cursor . To insert a new waypoint between two existing route waypoints: 1.
AB To insert a new waypoint before the selected route waypoint: 1. Highlight the ‘Insert?’ option and press T . 2. Enter the name of the new waypoint using the R keypad, or press O to select the new waypoint from the nearest list, waypoint list, or map display.
Route List Page The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s route list page numerically lists all the routes cur- rently stored in memory , with the route number and comment displayed. Route 00 is always reserved for the T racBack route, while r outes 1-20 serve as storage routes (r oute 20 is stored as the GPSMAP tour r oute, which may be deleted at any time).
AB Route List Page Options (cont.) • Clear Route?— allows you to clear all waypoints from the selected route. To clear the selected route: 1. Highlight the ‘Clear Route?’ option and press T . 2. Press T to confirm the clear route warning. • Copy Route?— allows you to copy the waypoints of a selected route to another route.
Active Route Page Whenever you have activated a route in the GPSMAP 135 Sounder system, the active route page will appear in the main page sequence. The active route page shows each waypoint of the active route, with the waypoint name, desired track, cumulative distance and ETE or ET A for each waypoint from your present position.
Active Route Page Options The following options are available fr om the active route page: • Invert Route?— activates the active route in reverse order and begins navigation. • Activate Route?— reactivates the active route and selects the route leg closest to your current position as the new active leg.
T rack Log Submenu The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s main menu page’ s track submenu lets you speci- fy whether or not to recor d a track plot (an electronic recor ding of your path) and define how it is recor ded. It also provides an indicator of the track memory used and selects functions to clear the track memory and start a T racBack route.
AB T rip and Fuel Planning The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s trip and fuel planning submenu lets you plan and review distance, fuel, and ETE/ET A information between any two waypoints; your present position and a stored waypoint; or any part of a stor ed route.
To use the route planning mode: 1. Highlight the ‘Trip & Fuel Planning’ option from the main menu and press T . 2. If the plan field is not set to ‘Route’, press O and select it from the options page. 3. Highlight the route number field and press T .
The fuel and trip planning submenu also allows you to calculate the sunrise and sunset times for your present position or any waypoint for a selected date. To use the sunrise/sunset planner: 1. Highlight ‘Trip & Fuel Planning’ option from the main menu and press T .
• Time Offset provides a data entry field to enter the time difference between UTC time and the local time. (See Appendix F for a list of time offsets.) When entering a time offset, be sure to select a positive or negative offset. Note that entering an off- set will not automatically display local time.
AB 75 To view the system setup page options: 1. Press the O key. To restore the default settings: 1. Highlight the ‘Restore Defaults?’ option, and press T . Navigation Setup The navigation setup submenu is used to select a variety of navigation informa- tion including: position format, units of measure, and heading prefer ences.
2. Press T to access the variation field, and use the R keypad to enter the desired variation. Press T to confirm. • CDI Scale provides a list of six CDI scale settings for the map page CDI: +/-0.10, 0.50, 1.0 (default). 5.0, 10.0 and 25.0 miles or kilometers.
Timers & Alarms Setup The timer & alarms submenu is used to control various alarm/timer settings. • Timer sounds an alarm when an entered interval (up to 99:59:59) has expired, or provides a continuous running clock timer to 99:59:59. To use the countdown timer: 1.
• Sounder Alarms allows you to set shallow and deep depth alarms and an alarm for specific sized fish/targets. Three options are available: • Shallow On/Off- Sounds if depth equals or is less than the selected value. • Deep On/Off- Sounds if depth equals or is more than the selected value.
Using NMEA & DGPS Interface Settings If you are using an NMEA interface format, the NMEA format must be specified in the NMEA format field that will automatically appear when an NMEA option is selected. The appropriate baud rate will be set automatically .
Installing & Removing G-chart Cartridges The GARMIN GPSMAP 135 Sounder system uses G-chart of fshore or inland cartography to display digital charts on-screen. G-chart cartridges are installed in the card slot located at the bottom right of the GPSMAP 135 Sounder unit.
Using G-chart Cartography Once a G-chart cartridge has been inserted, the map coverage outlines for the cartridge will automatically appear on-screen. Keep in mind that the display will not automatically scroll to the map ar ea or zoom to a level where you can see the coverage outlines.
Installing the GPSMAP 135 Sounder The GPSMAP 135 Sounder must be properly installed accor ding to the follow- ing instructions to get the best possible performance. Included with your sounder is GARMIN power data cable (part no. 320-00023-06) and transducer with cable (part no.
Mounting the GPSMAP 135 Sounder Unit The GPSMAP 135 Sounder’ s compact, waterpr oof case is suitable for mounting in exposed locations or at the nav station.
84 To flush mount the GPSMAP 135 Sounder: 1. Cut a 4.15” W x 4.67” H (105.4 x 118.6mm) hole in panel. 2. Place GPSMAP 135 Sounder into hole from the front until its flange rests against the mounting surface. 3. From the back side of the panel, loosely attach the bracket so that the slot in the ratchet area points away from the mounting panel.
85 GARMIN GBR 21 DGPS corrections are accepted in RTCM-104 v. 2.0 format through the NMEA In (BROWN) harness lead. The GARMIN GBR 21 is the recommended beacon receiver for use with the GPSMAP 135 system. Other receivers with the correct RTCM format may be used, but may not correctly display status or allow tuning control from the sounder unit.
86 The following formats are supported for connection to up to 3 NMEA devices: • NMEA 0180/NMEA 0182 • NMEA 0183 version 1.5 Approved sentences— GPBWC, GPGLL, GPRMB, GPRMC, GPXTE, GPVTG, GPWPL, GPBOD Proprietary sentences— PG RMM, PGRMZ (alt.), PSLIB (beacon receiver control input) • NMEA 0183 version 2.
GPSMAP 135 Sounder Specifications PHYSICAL Case: Screwed shut and dry nitrogen-filled Size: 4.9”H x 5.3”W x 2.4”D (12.5 x 13.5 x 2.4 cm) Weight: Less than 1 lb. (454g) Temperature Range: -4º to +158ºF (-20º to 70ºC) PERFORMANCE (GPSMAP 135 Sounder) Receiver: 12-channel PhaseTrac12 Acquisition Time: Approx.
Alarm Clock— The alarm clock has sounded. Anchor Drag Alarm— You have drifted out of the specified distance range. Approaching— You are less than one minute away from reaching a destination waypoint at your present speed over ground. Arrival At— You have arrived at the destination waypoint.
Proximity Alarm— You have entered the alarm radius for the proximity waypoint indicated. Proximity List Full— You have used all nine proximity waypoints. Proximity Overlaps Another Prox Wypt— The alarm radius specified overlaps the area specified for another proximity waypoint.
Adindan Adindan- Ethiopia, Mali, Senegal, Sudan Afgooye Afgooye- Somalia AIN EL ABD ‘70 AIN EL ANBD 1970- Bahrain Island, Saudi Arabia Anna 1 Ast ‘65 Anna 1 Astro ‘65- Cocos I.
Corrego Alegr Corrego Alegre- Brazil Djakarta Djakarta (Batavia)- Sumatra Island (Indonesia) Dos 1968 Dos 1968- Gizo Island (New Georgia Islands) Easter Isld 67 Easter Island 1967 European 1950 Europe.
NAD27 Greenland North American 1927- Greenland (Hayes Peninsula) NAD27 Mexico N. American 1927- Mexico NAD27 San Salvadr North American 1927- San Salvador Island NAD83 North American 1983- Alaska, Can.
Almanac Data —The satellite constellation information (including location and health of satellites) that is transmitted to your receiver from every GPS satellite. Almanac data must be acquired before GPS navigation can begin. Bearing (BRG) —The compass direction from your position to a destination.
Thermocline— A layer of water separating warmer water above from cooler water below. Turn (TRN)— The difference and direction in degrees between the bearing to your destination and your course over ground. The TRN value is used to indicate what direction, and how many degrees, to turn to get back on course.
95 SEC TION F APPENDIX Time Offsets The chart below gives an approximate UTC time of fset for the various longitudinal zones. Check with local charts for more detailed information. If you are in daylight savings time, add one hour to the of fset. Longitudinal Zone Offset W180.
96 A Alarm Setup 77 Anchor Drag Alarm 77 Antenna Installation 82 Arrival Alarm 77 AutoLocate 1,21-22 B Backlight Level 3 Beacon Receiver Setup 78-79 Bearing 93 Bearing/Distance Calculation 40 Boat Ico.
97 K Keypad Tone 74 Keypad Usage viii L Local Time Offset 74 M Magnetic Variation 75-76 Main Menu 48 Man Overboard Function 60 Map Calibration 42 Map Configuration 41-42 Map Datum List 90-92 Map Datum.
98 Satellite Sky View 20 Signal Strength Bars 2,20 Simulator Mode 4 Simulator Tour 4-19 Sounder Page 7-9,25-35 Chart Speed 30 Fish Id 32 Keel Offset 33 Map/Sounder Split Screen 29,43 Noise Rejection 3.
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