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[CA11] I70 Dangerous Targets Alarm always reboots turned ON
05-22-18, 02:51 PM
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RE: [CA11] I70 Dangerous Targets Alarm always reboots turned ON

For many systems, the i70 MFID will simply be a repeater. However, should the system feature NMEA 2000 Smart Instrument Depth/Speed/Temp transducer and/or analog instrument transducer (ex. wind vane, instrument speed/temp transducer, instrument depth transducer) which have been interfaced to an iTC-5 Analog Instrument Converter, then the i70 will function as the device which calibrates and configures alarms associated these transducers.

That said, like the MFDs, the i70 MFIDs feature a last power state memory feature. Accordingly, should you switch the i70 OFF via its power button and then later switch OFF the circuit which is supplying power to the SeaTalkng / NMEA 2000 backbone, then the i70 MFID should remain OFF when it is next powered ON. After the calibration of any instrument transducers which had been interfaced to an iTC-5 has been performed the i70 MFID need not be switched on for data from the associated transducers to be passed to the system. I would recommend that you begin by testing the system with the i70 MFID switched OFF before disconnecting it from the system.
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RE: [CA11] I70 Dangerous Targets Alarm always reboots turned ON - Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator - 05-22-18 02:51 PM

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