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[CA11] ST60+ Depth Transducer Alarm Setting
04-23-20, 05:11 AM (This post was last modified: 04-23-20 12:57 PM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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[CA11] ST60+ Depth Transducer Alarm Setting
Hello,

I am trying to set a shallow depth alarm at 10m.
Despite numerous attempts, pressing offset and reset simultaneously, I am not able to change the shallow alarm setting.

Changing the shallow anchor alarm by pressing offset and reset simultaneously is not a problem, but I am not able to select a shallow anchor alarm setting greater than 6.0m.

Thanks

Adam
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04-24-20, 03:36 PM
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RE: [CA11] ST60+ Depth Transducer Alarm Setting
Welcome to the Raymarine Forum Adam,

Has the ST60+ Depth instrument been installed as a depth repeater or as a depth master? If the ST60+ Depth instrument has been installed as a depth master, then upon inspecting the back side of the instrument, you will find that the depth transducer has been interfaced to its terminals. If however, the ST60+ Depth instrument has been installed as a repeater, then these alarms will need to be configured on the device which is supplying the system with depth data.
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05-03-20, 01:49 AM
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RE: [CA11] ST60+ Depth Transducer Alarm Setting
The ST60+ Depth instrument been installed as a depth master.
The transducer cables are connected at the back of the instrument.

I also checked the intermediate calibration settings and the instrument is set as Master.
The software version is 1.0
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05-04-20, 07:54 AM
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RE: [DG11] ST60+ Depth Transducer Alarm Setting
Hi Adam,

Have you checked the Shallow alarm lock feature has been turned off? There is a lock setting in the user calibration menu?

I am not sure why the shallow anchor alarm cannot be increased, however, try to adjust this after the lock is removed from the shallow alarm.

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Derek
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