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Switching chart vectors ON/OFF within a MFD running LightHouse 3
11-20-17, 12:01 PM (This post was last modified: 11-20-17 12:16 PM by Chuck - Raymarine - Moderator.)
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Switching chart vectors ON/OFF within a MFD running LightHouse 3
Switching chart vectors ON/OFF within a MFD running LightHouse 3 (ex. Axiom, Axiom Pro)

Within MFDs running LightHouse 3 software, the menu options for switching COG, heading, wind, and current vectors ON/OFF may be accessed from the Vessel Detalis pop-up menu. This menu may be accessed by positioning your finger over the vessel position icon displayed within the Chart application. If using the cursor, press the OK button after positioning the cursor over the vessel position icon.

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The system data requirements for properly displaying these vectors follows:
- COG - GPS sensor input to the system
- Heading - sensor input from one of the following:
----- Autopilot equipped with magnetic north seeking compass
----- Magnetic north seeking instrument compass
----- Satellite compass or sensor input to the system
- Wind Arrow (True Wind) - all of the following required:
----- Apparent wind angle,
----- Apparent wind speed,
----- Speed (through water),
------Heading data (see above)
- Tide Arrow (drift vector) - all of the following required:
----- GPS COG
----- GPS SOG
----- Heading data (see above)
----- Speed (through water),

Should there be any doubt regarding whether one's system include one or more of the required sensor inputs, then verification may be performed by customizing the data cells within a Data application panel or Databox to report the specified data items. Should the data item be reported as dashes ("-.-" or "---") then, no source of the corresponding data has been interfaced to the system.


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