Manuel de l’utilisateur Raymarine L265 Fish Finder

Manuel de l’utilisateur pour Raymarine L265 Fish Finder

Manuel de l’utilisateur Raymarine L265 Fish Finder

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Distributed byAny reference to Raytheon orRTN in this manual should beinterpreted as Raymarine.The names Raytheon and RTNare owned by theRaytheon Company.

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FishFinder L265Instruction ManualRaymarine

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Contents123ivEcho sounding – How it works (inside front cover)FishFinder L265 – Features and functions iFor information and service iiIntroduction 1About the FishFinder L265 1System Components 2Standard Equipment 2Standard Transducers 2Optional Accessories 2Installation 4About the Transducer 4Selecting the Correct Type of Transducer 5Assembling the Transducer Bracket 6Positioning the Transom-Mount Transducer 7Mounting the Transom-Mount Transducer 9Mounting the Optional Sidelooker Transducer

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456Performance Modes 36Zoom Page 37A-Scope (Bottom Coverage) Page 39Digital Page 41Sidelooker Page 42Setup Instructions 46The Setup Menu 46Range Setting 47Sensitivity Setting 48Chart Speed Setting 49Zoom Setting 50Frequency Setting 52System Setup Display 53Simulator 54Deep Alarm 55Fish Symbol 54Fish Alarm 56White Line 54Buzzer 56Sidelooker 55Depth Units 57Shallow Alarm 55Setup Instructions for Sidelooker 57Resetting the Unit to Factory Defaults 59Default Settings 59Maintenance and Troubleshootin

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List of FiguresFigure1-12-12-22-32-42-52-62-72-82-92-102-112-122-132-142-153-13-23-33-43-53-63-73-83-93-103-114-14-24-34-44-54-64-74-84-94-104-115-16-1viPageUnit in UseInside front coverFront PaneliTypical Installation1Transducer Types5Assembling the Transducer Bracket6Transducer Mounted on Transom7Transducer Bracket, Side View7Correct Mounting Position8Mounting the Transducer8Installing the Sidelooker Transducer10Installing the Sidelooker Transducer on a Trolling Motor 14Installation on Bracket

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1 – IntroductionAbout the FishFinder L265The FishFinder L265 is a system that uses sound waves (“sonar”) todetect fish and show the bottom of a lake or sea. The system includes atransducer and a display unit, connected by a cable. The transducersends high-frequency sound waves down into the water. These soundsstrike fish, the bottom, or other objects in the water, and return as echoes.The FishFinder then interprets these echoes and presents a display.The FishFinder L265 can handle many dif

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System ComponentsThe FishFinder L265 consists of a compact display unit connected to atransducer. The transducer is attached to the boat and extends into thewater.Standard EquipmentWhen you unpack your FishFinder L265, you should find the followingstandard equipment in the carton. If any items are missing, please notifyyour Raymarine dealer immediately, or contact the Customer ServiceDepartment at Raymarine at 1-800-539-5539, ext. 2333. Please providethe serial number of the FishFinder when repo

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DescriptionPart No.Sidelooker transom-mount transducerM78930Sidelooker transducer for trolling motor mounting.Companion with M78928 downlooker depthtransducer, with 12 ft. (3.6 m) cableand hardwareM78929Extension for transducer cable (15 ft, 5 m)Extension for transducer cable,for Sidelooker transducer (15 ft, 5 m)M99-140M99-139Flush-mounting kit (with hardware andmounting template)M99-137Fairing block for M78921 thru-hull transducer(Lexan plastic)M99-141In-hull/trolling motor transducer (for ins

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2 – InstallationThe installation process has four parts:••••Mounting the transducerMounting the display unitConnecting the cables for the transducer and power supplyCalibrating the display unitAbout the TransducerSeveral different kinds of transducers can be used with this unit. Thetransom-mount style, used most often, and in-hull types are shown in Fig.2-1. All of these transducers measure the water depth. An optionaltransducer, the Sidelooker, detects objects by looking out to the si

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M78990Transom-mounttransducerM78946In-hulltransducerM78921Thru-hulltransducerM99-141Fairing forthru-hull transducerM78930SidelookertransducerM78922Low profiletransducerM78928Sidelookertransducer fortrolling motorFig. 2-1TransducerTypesparticular type of use. In this manual we will include detailed mountinginstructions for the transom-mount transducer. We will also include somegeneral information on the other types. For detailed information on theseother transducers, see the instructions which ar

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Use a low-profile transducer if –. . . you want minimum water resistance on a high-performance boat orsailboat. The bottom of the boat must be flat, or have a deadrise angle of nomore than 10°.Use an in-hull transducer if –. . . you have a high-speed boat or if, for some reason, you cannot use atransom-mount or thru-hull transducer. The hull may be no more than 1" thick.Use a trolling motor transducer if –. . . you want to attach the transducer to a trolling motor. (Not recommended for de

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Fig. 2-3TransducerMounted onTransomAllow a clearanceof at least 10inches (254 mm)Transducer inreleased position10"(254 mm)Fig. 2-4TransducerBracket,Side ViewPositioning the Transom-Mount TransducerBegin by finding the best location for the mounting bracket. Here are therules:•If your boat has one propeller (outboard or inboard-outboard), mountthe transducer about 18” (455 mm) to the side of the centerline of theboat. See Fig. 2-3. Choose the side that is on the downstroke of thepropeller. (T

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Average transom angle–no wedge necessaryVertical transom –place wedge this way2 to 52 to 5Sloping transom–place wedge this way2 to 5For fiberglass hull – 1/8" to 1/4" (3.2 to 6 mm)For aluminum hull – 1/4" to 3/8" (6 to 9 mm)No!No!The bow of the transduceris above the bottom of thetransom, creatingcavitation.Rivets on the hull arecreating bubbles.Lower the transducera bit.No!The rear of the transduceris too high, creatingcavitation.Fig. 2-5Correct MountingPositionInsert screws 1 and 31/

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••••••If the propeller can be turned to steer the boat, allow at least 2" (50 mm)beyond the swing radius of the propeller. This will prevent thepropeller from damaging the transducer when it is turned. Afterinstallation, check the clearance by turning the wheel so the propellerswings toward the transducer. There should always be a 2” (50 mm)clearance.If your boat has twin propellers (outboard or inboard-outboard), placethe transducer near the centerline of the boat.Do not mount the

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5.6.7.8.Remove the bracket. See Fig. 2-6. The screws in the outer slotsshould be placed about 1/4" (6 mm) up from the bottom of each slot.The screw in the center slot should be placed 1/4” (6 mm) down fromthe top. (This will allow you to adjust the bracket up or down a bit.)Drill pilot holes 3/4" (19.1 mm) deep. Use a 9/64" (3.6 mm) drill bit.To prevent drilling too deeply, wrap masking tape around the drill bitabout 7/8" (22 mm) from the tip. Drill in only as far as the tapemarker.If you are

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Fig. 2-7Installing theSidelookerTransducerInstallation Notes – Thru-Hull Transducer orLow-Profile TransducerThe installation process for these two types is almost the same. Detailedinstructions for this installation will be included with the transducer. In thissection, we will note just a few important points.1.Earlier we listed three general rules for placing transducers. All ofthese rules apply when you are mounting a thru-hull or low profiletransducer. Here are some other rules for selectin

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2.3.4.5.6.7.8.12Choose a location where you can easily reach the transducer frominside the boat. This will allow you to service the unit. Allow at least6" (152 mm) of headroom above the transducer.When choosing a mounting location, drill a small pilot hole (1/8" or 3.2mm) from the inside of the hull. Before you drill the hole, be sure youwill be able to reach the large nut on the top of the unit, and that therewill be enough clearance for the cable. If there is a strake or otherfeature on the hu

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Installation Notes – In-Hull TransducerDetailed instructions for this installation will be included with the transducer. In this section, we will note just a few important points.1.2.3.4.5.Choose the best mounting location:For outboard powerboats – Install as far aft as possibleFor inboard/outboard powerboats – Install close to the engine(s)For inboard powerboats – Install forward of the propeller(s) andshaft(s)For sailboats – Install near the centerline of the hull and forward ofthe l

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Fig. 2-8Installing theSidelookerTransducer on aTrolling MotorMounting the Display Unit – Standard MountYou may mount the display unit on any flat surface using the bracketsupplied. See Fig. 2-9. (There is also an optional kit which allows you toflush-mount the display in a flat panel or dashboard). Follow theseinstructions if you are using the standard mounting bracket:1.2.3.4.5.14The “LCD” type display used on this unit is easier to see from certainangles. Before selecting a permanent mou

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RaymarinePWRTo release thedisplay fromthe base,press on theright and leftsides until youhear the clicks.Slide thedisplay out ofthe bracket.PAGESETUPCLEARFISHFINDL265265ERThe angle ofthe displaycan be changed.The display canbe turned fromside to side.Fig. 2-9Installationon BracketDismounting the Display UnitSee Fig. 2-9. To release the display from the bracket, press and holddown the left and right sides. You will hear an audible “click,” and thebracket will slide out.Mounting the Display Uni

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