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COLOR LCD SEARCHLIGHT SONAR
S-1900
OPERATION MANUAL
SUZUKI FISH FINDER CO., LTD.
12-1 MAMIZUKA, TOYOHASHI
AICHI 441-8007, JAPAN
PHONE: (81) 532-32-7511 FAX: (81) 532-32-7500
E-mail address: sales@suzukiff.co.jp URL: http://www.suzukiff.co.jp/
No.S1900-EM-13.08.23
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CONTENTS
SONAR OPERATION
Chapter 1 Introduction………………..….….…………… 2
Before Use……………….…………… 3
For Your Safety…………...…………. 5
Components……………….…………. 7
Chapter 2 Installation…………………………………….. 11
Chapter 3 Basic Operation………………….…………… 42
Chapter 4 Function Settings…………………………… 52
Initial Settings…………..……………. 54
Menu………………………………….. 56
Function Settings………...……………59
Chapter 5 Description of Dials and Keys……………....… 92
Dials……………………….…………… 93
Keys……………………………….…… 96
Chapter 6 Option…………………………………..……… 104
Option List …………………………… 105
Input/Output Terminals……….……… 106
Input/Output Terminals (M12)….….… 107
Input/Output Terminals (M15)…….… 108
Input/Output Terminals (MBB) ……… 109
Remote Controller……………….…… 110
Additions……………………………………………………… 111
Disposal……………………………..… 111
Specifications………………….……… 112
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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the S-1900 searchlight sonar.
We are confident you will enjoy using your unit for many years to come.
This manual provides complete information on safely operating the S-1900.
Please carefully read and follow the safety information so that the S-1900
will perform to the utmost of its ability.
Before Use Symbols 3
Notice 3
Turning the Power On/Off 4
Key Operation 4
TFT LCD 4
Preventive Measure for Interference in the
area of ship congestion 4
For Your Safety Use Environment 5
Mounting Conditions 5
Power Supply 6
Handling 6
Components Supplied Components 7
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BEFORE USE
SYMBOLS
 The following symbols are used in this manual.
 Please read this manual carefully and take note of these symbols.
: indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
: indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
: indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
may result in minor injury.
NOTE !
CF
:
:
Indicates the contents for the user’s reference.
Pages for the user’s reference.
NOTICE
 This manual should be kept on hand to provide your quick reference whenever
you need it.
 Any use other than that mentioned in this manual is not guaranteed.
 The contents of this manual and equipment specifications are subject to change
without notice.
 No part of this manual may be copied or reproduced without written permission.
WARNING
CAUTION
DANGER
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BEFORE USE
TURNING the POWER ON/OFF
POWER ON
Press the POWER key on the monitor or the keyboard.
“Please wait!” appears on the screen. The soundome is automatically lowered if “HOIST
AUTO DOWN – ON” previously set.
In case “HOIST AUTO DOWN – OFF” is previously set, it is lowered only after pressing
the Hoist key ( ↓ ).
POWER OFF
Press and hold the key when turning the power off.
The power is turned off after “Please wait!” appears on the screen.
The soundome is automatically raised.
Note that slight touch of the key will not turn the power off.
KEY OPERATION
A beep sounds when operating key correctly.
Three short beeps sound when operating wrongly or not accepting the operation.
TFT LCD
The high quality TFT (Thin Film Transistor) LCD displays 99.99% of its picture elements.
The remaining 0.01% may drop out or light, however this is an inherent property of the LCD; it
is not a sign of malfunction.
PREVENTIVE MEASURE for INTERFERENCE in the AREA of
SHIP CONGESTION
When the fishing ground is crowded with many fishing boats, the sonar is subject to
interference from ultrasonic equipment (echo sounder or sonar) on other boards as well as
those on own ship. As preventive measure for interference the change of the used
frequency or the reduction of the transmitting sound pressure level should be taken from the
broadband sonar, the dual frequency sonar and the single frequency sonar accordingly.
ON
OFF
OFF
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FOR YOUR SAFETY
USE ENVIRONMENT
Keep the unit away from the flammable gas.
Otherwise it causes a fire.
Follow the below proposed conditions for the installation.
Otherwise it causes a fire or an electrical shock.
Away as much as possible from areas where the unit is likely to
be exposed to direct water spray and free as much as possible
from shocks and engine vibration.
Away as much as possible from areas of high temperatures or
areas where the unit is likely to be exposed to direct sunlight.
MOUNTING CONDITIONS
Do not install the S-1900 on unstable or uneven surfaces.
Installing the unit tentatively may result in dropping, toppling
over or injury.
Follow the below conditions for wirings.
Otherwise it causes heat, a fire or injury.
Run the cables not to touch the rotary obstacles or disturb
the operation.
Do not use the cables bent, twisted or stretched by force.
Do not put heavy objects on the cables.
Always turn off the power before connecting or disconnecting
the unit.
Pulling the cables may damage the cables themselves and
result in fire or electrical shock.
WARNING
CAUTION
WARNING
CAUTION
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FOR YOUR SAFETY
POWER SUPPLY
Use the proper voltage. Otherwise it will result in fire or electrical
shock.
Turn on/off the power by ON/OFF keys on the control panel.
Turning on/off the power by the switchboard may damage the unit.
Turn off the power when starting the ship engine.
Otherwise it may damage the unit.
HANDLING
Do not operate the unit while steering.
Otherwise it will cause wrecks.
Do not open the case cover.
There is a risk of electrical shock if you touch the high voltage
conductors.
Only qualified personnel should work inside the unit.
Care for sufficient reinforcement and being watertight should be
taken when installing the hoist.
Otherwise it will cause wrecks.
Use the proper fuse when changed.
Otherwise it could result in serious trouble or fire.
Use the specified power supply cables.
Otherwise it could result in serious trouble or fire.
The Hoist Gears and Flange Unit need a regular lubrication with
grease.
Confirm the voltage between the Flang and the minus terminal of the ship’s battery does not
exceed 0.65 volts after the installation completed.
Use the larger diameter cable if the voltage exceeds 0.65 volts.
Otherwise the damage to the Soundome due to the electrolytic corrosion may results.
WARNING
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
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COMPONENTS
SUPPLIED COMPONENTS
M12 DISPLAY UNIT (S-1900 M12)
CODE
DESCRIPTION MAIN UNIT M. BRACKET M. BASE HEX. BOLT
P. No. 36738C 34556C M6x20-Assy
Q’TY 1 1 1 2
CODE **HK010
**HK001
DESCRIPTION P.S.CABLE HEX.BOLT TAPPING
SCREW
P. No. 31524D M8x16-Assy M5x30
Q’TY 1 2 6
CODE **HK121
DESCRIPTION FUSE AUDIO PLUG COVER OPERATION
MANUAL
P. No. - MP-105LC-R - S1900-EM -
Q’TY 3 pcs each 1 1 1 1
NOTE:The code Number is shown on the package. ** indicates the lot management No.
TRUNK PIPE (option) /JOINT PIPE
CODE S-1900 H180/H140/H80
DESCRIPTION PVC TRUNK PIPE
JOINT PIPE
P. No. 30927C-2 32679C
Q’TY 1 1
6A
3A
FOR M.BRACKET
BOLT G-3(KGB)
2 PCS
2m FOR REPLACEMENT
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COMPONENTS
M15 DISPLAY UNIT (S-1900 M15)
CODE **HJ111
DESCRIPTION MAIN UNIT M. BASE HEX. BOLT TAPPING
SCREW
P. No M.bracket 36787C included 36788C M6x20-Assy M5x30
Q’TY 1 1 2 4
CODE **HJ010
DESCRIPTION P.S. CABLE C. CABLE 1
P. No 31524D 35503D
Q’TY 1 1
CODE **HJ110
DESCRIPTION KEY BOARD M. BRACKET TAPPING
SCREW
P. No - 36638C M4x12
Q’TY 1 1 4
CODE **HJ121
DESCRIPTION FUSE AUDIO PLUG COVER OPERATION
MANUAL
P. No - MP-105LC-R - S1900-EM
Q’TY 3 1 1 1
NOTE:The code Number is shown on the package. ** indicates the lot management No.
TRUNK PIPE (option) /JOINT PIPE
CF PAGE 7
2.5m 2m
FOR M.BRACKET
BOLT KG-B2
4 PCS
BOLT KG-B2
2 PCS
3A
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COMPONENTS
MBB CONTROL UNIT・KEYBOARD (S-1900MBB)
CODE **HN010
DESCRIPTION CONTROL UNIT P.S. CABLE TAPPING
SCREW
C. CABLE 1
P. No - 31524D M6x20 36213D
Q’TY 1 1 4 1
CODE **HN110
DESCRIPTION KEYBOARD M. BRACKET TAPPING
SCREW
P. No - 36638C M4x12
Q’TY 1 1 4
CODE **HN121
DESCRIPTION FUSE AUDIO PLUG OPERATION
MANUAL
P. No - MP-105LC-R S1900-EM
Q’TY 3 pcs per each 1 1
NOTE:The code Number is shown on the package. ** indicates the lot management No.
TRUNK PIPE (option) /JOINT PIPE
CF PAGE 7
5m 2m
BOLT KG-B2
2 PCS
8A
4A
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×8
×8
×8
×8
6A
4A
8A
COMPONENTS
HULL UNIT (S-1900H)
CODE **HH110 **HH120
DESCRIPTION HULL UNIT JUNCTION BOX PIPE GUIDES M. BOLT GUM PACKING
for FLANGE
P. No - - 33481C SUS-M16x65-Assy 30926D
Q’TY 1 1 3 1 1
CODE
**HH010
**HH001 **HH002
DESCRIPTION CRANK
HANDLE
GREASE TAPPING
SCREW
For
JUNCTION
BOX
FUSE
x6 x3 x3 ANP
BASE
CABLE TIE
P. No OB-63 - M5x20 - ANP-1 AB-100-1000
Q’TY 1 1 4 1 2 2
CODE **HH140
DESCRIPTION DAMPER FIXING
COLLAR
PIPE CAP CAP BOLT HEX. ROD
WRENCH
P. No 34924D 32681D-Assy 34378D SUS-M4x10 -
Q’TY 1 2 1 4 各 1
CODE **HH170
DESCRIPTION SOUNDOME ADHESIVE HEX.ROD
WRENCH
P. No - - -
Q’TY 1 1 1 each
NOTE:The code Number is shown on the package. ** indicates the lot management No.
3mm
5mm
1.5mm
2.5mm
3mm
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CHAPTER 2
INSTALLATION
This Chapter explains the installation of S-1900.
Installation Installation Position of Hull Unit 12
Dimensions (S-1900H) 13
Dimensions (S-1900H) 14
Dimensions (S-1900M12) 15
Dimensions (S-1900M15) 16
Dimensions (S-1900MBB) 17
Trunk Pipe 18
Assembling/Mounting of Hoist (S-1900H) 22
Mounting Junction Box 29
Mounting M12 Display Unit 30
M12 Display Unit (Rear Side) 31
Mounting M15 Display Unit/Keyboard 32
M15 Display Unit (Rear Side) 33
Mounting MBB Control Unit/Keyboard 34
MBB Control Unit (Rear Side) 35
Wiring between S-1900 H and Junction Box 36
Wiring Warnings 37
Wiring between S-1900 M12 and S-1900 H 38
Wiring between S-1900 M15 and S-1900 H 39
Wiring between S-1900 MBB and S-1900 H 40
Wiring Junction Box 41
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INSTALLATION
Fully discussion and agreement are required with the ship owner and dockyard
in deciding the location for the hull unit. Give careful considerations to the
installations.
INSTALLATION POSITION of HULL UNIT
Select an area where noise, interference and bubbles are minimal.
The point at 1/3 to 1/2 of the ship’s length from the bow or near the keel is the best.
If the hull unit cannot be installed on the keel, the center of the retraction trunk pipe should be
within 1 meter of the keel.
Hull Unit
Trunk Pipe
Be sure there are no obstacles to interfere the ultrasonic beam when the Soundome is
lowered.
Provide sufficient clearance around the Trunk Pipe for maintenance and inspection work.
The Bow mark(△)on the Flange should be installed facing the bow. However, if this hinders
maintenance or inspection, and there is no solution, direct the mark to the opposite (180°)
direction, toward the stern.
1 m1 m
1/3
1/2
CAUTION
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A
INSTALLATION
DIMENSIONS (S-1900H)
1
6
8
1
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8
5
1
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1
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0
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6
7
0
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T
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P
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L
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STANDARD: JUNCTION BOX SEPARATELY
JUNCTION BOX
FLANGE
8-φ18
船首
45°
φ
240
22.5°
91122
60
3
2
φ165
52
6
140
21
φ141.2
33
2
38
0
48
5
51
11
82
45
22
.5
φ240
8-φ18
3 75
80 29 200
150
2-φ7
229
2-R3
1
90
21
2
23
2
φ
2
80
Arrow View A
Thickness
of Packing
BOW PVC TRUNK PIPE
Stroke:
180 –380mm
BOW
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A
INSTALLATION
DIMENSIONS (S-1900H)
1
6
8
1
(
m i n .
8
5
1
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J
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P
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1
5
0
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6
7
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T
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P
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OPTION: OP-700 S-1900 JUNCTION BOX MOUNTING KIT CF PAGE 105
S-1900 H800 DIMENSIONS: Refer to the page 113.
OPTION: JUNCTIONBOX MOUNTED ON THE HOIST
8-φ18
船首
45°
φ
240
22.5°
FLANGE
122
60
3
φ165
52
6
173 140
21
φ141.2
33
2
38
0
48
5
51
11
82
100
45
22
.5
φ240
8-φ18
2
φ
2
80
PVC TRUNK PIPE
Stroke:
180 –380mm
Thickness
of Packing
Arrow View A
BOW
BOW
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INSTALLATION
DIMENSIONS (M12)
M12
M. BASE
(81) 150
11
5
1
0
(8) 46 204 46
□318
46 46150
204
312
353
150
35
115
77 95
96 153
3
42
1
23
3
50
Mounting Hole 6-φ6.2
(φ11.4 Countersink)
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INSTALLATION
DIMENSIONS (M15)
M. BASE
KEYBOARD
M. BRACKET
305
240
345
3
0
8
3
7
2
3
65
19 43
98 95 65
31
33
30°
154
95
17
240
9
2 8
4
314
268
9
6
55°
282
200
3
0
4-φ6
M15
4-φ11.4 Countersink
(M5 Flat Tapping Screw)
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INSTALLATION
DIMENSIONS (MBB)
MBB 315
291
4-φ8
335
23
7
16
0
39
2
53
54
1
29
5
KEYBOARD
M. BRACKET
9
2 8
4
314
268
9
6
55°
282
200
3
0
4-φ6
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INSTALLATION
TRUNK PIPE
1. MAINTENANCE SPACE
When installing the Trunk Pipe, pay full attention to the safety (strength, water-tightness, etc.).
At the same time, secure a space for maintenance and inspections.
- Since the Hoist unit is not a waterproof structure, keep it away from water drops and
splashes.
- S-1900 is shipped from the factory with standard, 1,681mm Joist Pipe and without Trunk
Pipe.
When mounting the Joint Pipe to the Soundome, be sure not to damage the Joint Pipe thread
or twist the Soundome cable
TRUNK PIPE LENGTH (Lt) +181mm
Flange should be positioned
over the draft at full load.
Trunk Pipe
Keel
Do not protrude Trunk Pipe from beneath the keel.
Lt Trunk Pipe length
(min:670)
Lt + 535
If the working space (LT+535)
is not available, provide a hole
of a size of at least 300x300mm
in the ceiling.
In case the Junction Box is
mounted on the Hoist, it might
be required to be separated
from the Hoist or provide a hole
of a size of at least 300x300mm
in the ceiling if there is no
sufficient work space.
Joint Pipe
Draft at the full load
The drawing shows the optional
mounting method, the Junction
Box is mounted on the Hoist.
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INSTALLATION
2. TRUNK PIPE INSTALLATION CONDITIONS
Satisfy the following installation conditions.
- Installation point should be 1/3 to 1/2 of the ship’s overall length back from the bow.
- If it cannot be installed on the keel, the center of the trunk pipe should be within 1 meter of
the keel.
Fully discuss about the strength and water tightness with the ship owner, the engineer in the
shipyard, and the installer before determining on the position, the method of installation, and
necessary materials. Otherwise it causes maritime accidents.
DANGER
22.5°
KEEL
MAX 1MT
TRUNK PIPE
22.5°
STREAMLINING
BOARD
KEEL
VIBRATION SUPPORT
Not to protrude lower than Keel.
TRUNK PIPE
STREAMLINING
BOARD
FRP
FLANGE HOLE ANGLE
Space under Flange
-There should be no obstacles right below
the flange to avoid hindering bolt clamping.
-Do not protrude the Trunk Pipe from
beneath the keel.
-Flange should be positioned in parallel
with the ship’s draft and over the draft at
full load.
-Apply FRP sufficiently to all the necessary
sections to prevent water leakage.
-Make the surrounding of Trunk Pipe in a
streamline shape and provide a fairing
plate to suppress water resistance and
generation of air bubbles to the minimum.
-Attach a fin if necessary.
Make sure the fin does not hinder bolt
clamping for Flange.
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INSTALLATION
3. TRUNK PIPE INSTALLATION EXAMPLES
<To be continued>
- Select a location of Trunk pipe.
CF page 12
-Make a hole of Trunk Pipe
diameter in the bottom of ship.
-Install the Trunk Pipe.
Flange should be positioned in
parallel with the ship’s draft in
sailing.
HULL
KEEL
TRUNK PIPE HOLE
TRUNK PIPE
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INSTALLATION
-Make the surrounding of the
Trunk Pipe projecting out from
the bottom in a stream line shape
and provice a fairing plate to
suppress water resistance and
generation of air bubbles to the
minimum.
-Apply FRP sufficiently to all the
necessary parts to prevent
leakage of water.
FAIRING PLATE
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INSTALLATION
ASSEMBLING and MOUNTING of HOIST
1. JOINT PIPE
Calculate necessary length of Joint Pipe (Standard length of1681mm) from the length of
Trunk Pipe Lt and cut off the unnecessary portion.
JOINT PIPE LENGTH = TRUNK PIPE LENGTH (Lt) + 181mm
2. JOINT PIPE ADJUSTMENT
5 mm
90°
In case of sufficient space above the Joint Pipe it can be used without cutting.
Yt Lt:(min.670)
Lt+Yt+460
MARK
Lt+160
Yt Mark to the point of Lt+160.
The upper end of Joint Arm
should be united with the Mark
and tighten them.
them.
When the space above
the Jooint Pipe is equal
to this, the Joint Pipe
may be used without being cut.
1) Cut the Joint Pie to the required length,
Trunk Pipe length (Lt) + 181mm.
2) Deburr the cut piece and taper the edge
(1mm).
3) Bore 4 hoes in the Joine Pipe as follows,
- every 90 degrees
- 5mm from the cut end of the pipe
- hole size ofφ3.4
- set a tapping screw (M4) on the hole each
Deburr and taper the edge
(1mm).
M4 Thread
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INSTALLATION
3. ASSEMBLING of HOIST
1) Screw Joint Pipe into the Soundome.
Make sure not to damge the Joint Pipe or twist the Soundome Cable.
Totally wipe dirts and grease from the threaded parts of the Soundome and Joint Pipe.
Apply adhesive, Cemedine Bathcork (supplied) to the threaded parts of the Joint Pipe.
Coat the attached cap bolts with adhesive to prevent an electric corrosion after clamping the
Joint pie securely with cap bolts.
Put a Bow Mark with a felt pen at the top end of the Joint Pipe as shown in the drawing.
J
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T
P
IP
E
D ir
ec t i o
n o
f t h
e b
ow M4X10
SOUNDOME
CAP BOLT
CAUTI ON
<To be continued>
Pay attention to the following when mounting the
Joint Pipe into the Soundome or demounting
the Joint Pipe from the Soundome.
Make sure of the metal parts of Soundome fixed
and turn the Joint Pipe side when demounting
it from the soundome. Otherwise the Soundome
or the Soundome Cable gets damaged.
CAUTION
Do not apply any sealants inside the Joint Pipe.
Otherwise the Soundome Cable is adhered
and gets damaged when demounting it.
BOW MARK
Mark using and oil-ink felt pen
Apply some adhesive to coat 4 cap bolts.
(4 points)
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INSTALLATION
2) Mount Pipe Guides
Instert Pipe Guides (3 pcs) as shown in the drawing.
Insert Fixing Collar and fix it with the Cap Bolts (2 pcs).
<To be continued>
CAP BOLT M4X10
FIXING COLLAR
PIPE GUIDES
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NSTALLATION
3) Mount Soundome on the Hoist
-Apply Grease inside the nuts and the Flange.
-Unscrew the nuts. Pass the Joint Pie through the Flange assembly.
Pass the Damper through and align the bow mark on the Soundome with the mark on the
Flange assembly. Fix the Joint Arm to the Joint Pipe.
-Take care the position of the Soundome bottom is 48mm up from the Trunk Pipe bottom.
-Pass the Fixing Collar into the Joint Pipe and fasten it with the cap bolts (2 pcs).
<To be continued>
Align the bow mark when fixing
the Joint Pipe in the Joint Arm.
Flange assembly is shipped with
the nuts screwed.
Apply Grease to the Joint Pipe
and the contact surface with the Joint
Pipe.
Refer to the next page to know
how to tighten the nuts.
Joint Arm
Fixing Collar
21mm
Damper
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INSTALLATION
4) Mount Pipe Head at the end of Joint Pipe
Insert the Pipe Head into the Joint Pipe.
Screw it with the cap bolts, M4x25 (4 pcs).
Screw the cap bolts, M4x10 (4 pcs) to prevent slip-out of the Pipe Head.
5) How to tighten the nuts
Lift up the Lock Nut as shown in the drawing. Place the Waterproof Nut on the Flange
opening and tighten it firmly by hand and then make a 180-degree turn with a screwdriver.
Take care not to over a 180-degree. This Lock Nut is to protect loosening the Waterproof
Nut.
Screw the Lock Nut tightly with a screwdriver and a hammer.
180゜
<To be continued>
Cap Bolt
M4x25
Pipe Head
Ensure the bolt position each.
Cap Bolt
M4x10
WATER PROOF NUT
After tightening the Water
Proof Nut by hand, use a
Screw Driver to clamp it
further by 180°.
LOCK NUT
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INSTALLATION
6) Assemble Hoist with Trunk Pipe
Insert Gum Packing between Hoist Unit and Trunk Pipe.
Use 8 Hex.Bolts (M16x65) to fit Hoist Unit in Trunk Pipe.
Check the performance of rising/lowering of the Soundome several times while tentatively
clamping with Hex.Bolts and fasten them after the performance is confirmed.
Nut(M16)
Do not apply Adhesive, etc. on the
Gum Packing for Flange.
Spring Washer(φ16)
Flat Washer
(16x32x2)
Hex.Bolt
(M16x65)
Trunk Pipe
Gum Packing for Flange
CAUTION
CAUTION
Fix the Soundome cable with a
Nylon Clip.
The sufficient space should be kept
not to disturb the raise/lower of the
Soundome.
Apply Grease regularly to the parts
of Hoist Gear and Flange Opening.
CAUTION
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D
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INSTALLATION
4. HOW TO ADJUST HOIST STROKE
The stroke of raising/lowering of the Soundome can be adjusted from the minimum, 180mm
to the maximum, 380mm by adjusting the switch shown in the drawing.
Find the proper lowering position of the Soundome with this Switch.
5. MANUAL RAISE/LOWER OF SOUNDOME
In case the Hoist cannot raise the soundome, it is possible to raise the Soundome with the
Crank Handle manually after removing the Cap.
Raised Position
Lowered Position (Max.)
380mm
Adjustable range(200mm)
Remove the Cap
Crank Hanle
Moved up and down
Loosen the screws and
adjust the position.
Confirm the voltage between the Flang and the minus terminal of the ship’s battery does not
exceed 0.65 volts after the installation completed.
Use the larger diameter cable if the voltage exceeds 0.65 volts.
Otherwise the damage to the Soundome due to the electrolytic corrosion may results.
WARNING
DANGER
Make sure the Hoist Switch is
turned off when it is manually
operated.
Hoist Switch is
on this side.
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INSTALLATION
MOUNTING of JUNCTION BOX
The mounting location should be well ventilated and dry.
Avoid locations subject to watersplash or rain. Allow enough service clearance.
The Cable Junction side should be at the bottom side or the left side.
Components
Hull Control Unit 1
Truss Tapping Screw 4
(M5x20)
Use the S-1900 Junction Box Mounting Kit to joint the Junction Box to the Hoist if desired.
Option
OP-700 S-1900 Junction Box Mounting Kit
CF page 105
Cable Junction at the left
Cable Junction at the bottom Truss Tapping Screw
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INSTALLATION
MOUNTING M12 DISPLAY UNIT
1) Fasten the M. Base with 6 Flat Tapping Screws on the mounting place.
2) Fit the M12 to the M. Bracket with the Hex. Bolts or the Knob Bolts
adjusting the comfortable viewing angle of the monitor.
3) Hook the back of M12 on the M.Base from the upward position
diagonally and match the front notch of the M. Bracket with 2 Hex.Bolts.
Set the M. Bracket into the left side and screw them.
Components
M12 Display Unit 1
M. Bracket 1
M. Base 1
Hex. Bolt(M6x20) 2
Flat Tapping Screw 6
Hex. Bolt(M8x16) 2
Knob Bolt 2
Flat Tapping Screw
M. Base
M. Bracket Hex. Bolt(M6x20)
Hex. Bolt(M8x16)or
Knob Bolt
The unit should be installed and fixed on a flat surface.
Otherwise it may cause the trouble.
Vibratioon or shock in the mounting area should be minimal.
Locate the unit away from areas subject to water splash or rain.
Otherwise it may causes corrosive trouble.
Locate the unit away from areas subject to heat sources and direct sunlight.
WARNING
CAUTION
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INSTALLATION
M12 DISPLAY UNIT (REAR SIDE)
The following optional terminals are available.
・OPTION
OPTION No. Description
OP-287 Connecting Cable for Remote
Controller
Connects this terminal when
Remote Controller used.
OP-360 VGA Connecting Cable Connects this terminal when
External Monitor used.
Power Input Terminal
connects the DC power
supply for activating the
Display Unit.
Use the voltage in the range
10.5-30Volts.
Speaper Terminal
connects an optional speaker
(4Ω). Remote Controller Terminal
(OPTION) connects a remote controller.
Alarm Terminal (2P)
relay contact for an external
alarm
NAV-IN Terminal (5P)
connects an external navigator
or NMEA-0183 signal input.
Trigger Output Terminal (3P)
outputs trigger signals
synchronizing to an external
echo sounder.
NMEA Output Terminal (6P)
outputs the data of depth and
water temperature.
The Latitude/Longitude of the
Target is output when an external
Navigator connected.
Trigger Input Terminal (8P)
Input trigger signals
synchronizing to an external
echo sounder.
Fuse Holder
Use the specified fuse
as follows,
12V→6A/24V→3A.
Communication Terminal (10P)
connects I/F cable from the Hoist.
Earth Terminal
SounderTerminal (7P)
connects an external
SUZUKI Echo Sounder.
VGA Output Terminal (OPTION)
connects an external monitor
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INSTALLATION
MOUNTING of M15 DISPLAY UNIT/ KEYBOARD
DISPLAY UNIT
1) Fasten the M. Base to the mounting location with 4 Flat Tapping Screws.
2) Fit the Display Unit to the M. Base with the Knob Bolts adjusting the
comfortable viewing angle of the monitor. Fasten the both knob bolts.
3) Hook the back of M15 on the M.Base from the upward position diagonally and
match the front notch of the M. Base with 2 Hex. Bolts.
Set the M. Base into the left side and screw them.
Components
M15 Display Unit 1
M. Bracket 1
M. BASE 1
Hex. Bolt(M6x20) 2
Flat Tapping Screw 4
Knob Bolt 4
KEYBOARD CF Refer to MBB Keyboard page 34
Components
Keyboard 1
M. Bracket 1
Truss Tapping Screw 4
Knob Bolt 2
Knob Bolt
M. Bracket
Hex. Bolt(M6x20)
Knob Bolt
The unit should be installed and fixed on a flat surface.
Otherwise it may cause the trouble.
Vibratioon or shock in the mounting area should be minimal.
Locate the unit away from areas subject to water splash or rain.
Otherwise it may causes corrosive trouble.
Locate the unit away from areas subject to heat sources and direct sunlight.
WARNING
CAUTION
Truss Tapping Screw M. Bracket
Flat Tapping Screw
M. Base
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INSTALLATION
M15 DISPLAY UNIT (REAR SIDE)
The following optional terminals are available.
・OPTION
OPTION No. Description
OP-287 Connecting Cable for Remote
Controller
Connects this terminal when
Remote Controller used.
OP-360 VGA Connecting Cable Connects this terminal when
External Monitor used.
Sounder Connecting Terminal
(7P) connects an external Suzuki
Echo Sounder.
Earth Terminal
Keyboard Connecting Terminal (10P)
connects Keyboard.
Trigger Output Terminal (3P)
outputs trigger signals
synchronizing to an external
echo sounder.
NMEA Output Terminal (6P)
outputs the data of depth and
water temperature.
The Latitude/Longitude of the
Target is output when an external
Navigator connected.
Trigger Input Terminal (8P)
Input trigger signals
synchronizing to an external
echo sounder.
Communication Terminal (10P)
connects I/F cable from the
Hoist.
Fuse Holder
Use the specified fuse,
24V→3A.
Power Input Terminal
connects the DC power
supply for activating the
Display Unit.
Use the voltage in the range
20-30Volts.
Speaper Terminal
connects an optional speaker.
(4Ω).
Alarm Terminal (2P)
relay contact for an external
alarm
NAV-IN Terminal (5P)
connects an external navigator
or NMEA-0183 signal input.
VGA Output Terminal (OPTION)
connects an external monitor
Remote Controller Terminal
(OPTION) connects a remote controller.
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INSTALLATION
MOUNTING of MBB CONTROL UNIT/ KEYBOARD
CONTROL UNIT
1) Fasten the Control Unit to the mounting location with 4 Truss Tapping Screws.
Components
MBB Control Unit 1
Truss Tapping Screw 4
KEYBOARD
1) Fasten the M. Bracket to the mounting location with 4 Truss Tapping Screws.
2) Fit the Keyboard to the M. Bracket with the Knob Bolts adjusting the
comfortable viewing angle of the monitor. Fasten the both knob bolts.
Components
Keyboard 1
M. Bracket 1
Truss Tapping Screw 4
Knob Bolt 2
Truss Tapping Screw
Truss Tapping Screw M. Bracket
Knob Bolt
The unit should be installed and fixed on a flat surface.
Otherwise it may cause the trouble.
Vibratioon or shock in the mounting area should be minimal.
Locate the unit away from areas subject to water splash or rain.
Otherwise it may causes corrosive trouble.
Locate the unit away from areas subject to heat sources and direct sunlight.
WARNING
CAUTION
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INSTALLATION
MBB CONTROL UNIT (REAR SIDE)
The following optional terminals are available.
・OPTION
OPTION No. Description
OP-287 Connecting Cable for Remote
Controller
Connects this terminal when
Remote Controller used.
OP-360 VGA Connecting Cable Connects this terminal when
External Monitor used.
USB Terminal for using USB
Power Output Terminal (3P)
conncets an external monitor Suzuki
specified. Output:12VDC
No.1:+ No.2:shield No.3: Sounder Connecting Terminal
(7P) connects an external Echo
Sounder.
Earth Terminal
Keyboard Connecting Terminal (10P)
connects Keyboard.
VGA Output Terminal
connects an external monitor
Trigger Output Terminal (3P)
outputs trigger signals
synchronizing to an external
echo sounder.
NMEA Output Terminal (6P)
outputs the data of depth and
water temperature.
The Latitude/Longitude of the
Target is output when an external
Navigator connected.
Trigger Input Terminal (8P)
Input trigger signals
synchronizing to an external
echo sounder.
Communication Terminal (10P)
connects I/F cable from the Hoist.
Remote Controller Terminal
connects a remote controller
Fuse Holder
Use the specified fuse
as follows,
12V→8A/24V→4A.
Power Input Terminal
connects the DC power
supply for activating the
Display Unit.
Use the voltage in the range
10.5-30Volts.
Speaper Terminal
connects an optional speaker.
(4Ω).
Alarm Terminal (2P)
relay contact for an externalalarm
NAV-IN Terminal (5P)
connects an external
navigator or NMEA-0183
signal input.
VGA Output Terminal (OPTION)
connects an external monitor
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INSTALLATION
WIRING BETWEEN S-1900H AND JUNCTION BOX
S-1900 H- HOIST
Main Fuse
For Main Power Supply of Junction Box
Use the specified fuse as follows,
12V→6A/24V→4A.
Motor Fuse
For Hoist Motor
Use the specified fuse as follows,
2V→4A/24V→8A.
Power Supply Cable
connects the DC power supply
for activating the Hoist.
Use the voltage in the range
10.5-30Volts.
Hoist Motor Cable
connects the Hoist Motor Cable from the
Hoist.
I/Fcable
connects I/F cable to the Hoist.
Earth Terminal
Soundome Cable
connects the Soundome Cable
from the Soundome.
Hoist Motor Cable
connects the Hoist Motor Cable
to the Junction Box.
Limit Switch Cable
connects the Limit Switch Cable
to the Junction Box.
Limit Switch Cable
connects the Limit Switch Cable
from the Hoist.
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INSTALLATION
WIRING WARNINGS
Connect the cables to the Hoist, the Junction Box, the Display Units or the Keyboard referring
to the following instructions.
- The DC Power Supply connected to the main unit each is as follows,
S-1900 M12 Display Unit : 10.5 ‒ 30 volts
S-1900 M15 Display Unit : 20 ‒ 30 volts
S-1900 MBB Control Unit : 10.5 ‒ 30 volts
S-1900 H Junction Box : 10.5 ‒ 30 volts
Connection of an incorrect power supply may cause fire, electrical shock or damage to the
units.
- Use the specified power supply cable.
Otherwise fire or generation of heat may result.
- Confirm the voltage between the Flang and the minus terminal of the ship’s battery does not
exceed 0.65 volts after the installation completed.
Use the larger diameter cable if the voltage exceeds 0.65 volts.
Otherwise the damage to the Soundome due to the electrolytic corrosion may results.
-Turn off the power and hold the plug when connecting or disconnecting the cable.
Otherwise the cable gets damaged and causes electrical shock or fire.
- Do not bent or twist the cables and not to put the heavy obstacles on the cable.
Wiring positions should not disturb the sailing operation or interfere with walking.
It may cause fire, generation of heat or injury.
WARNING
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SOUNDOME CABLE
7.7m
LIMIT SWITCH CABLE
5.5m
HOIST MOTOR CABLE
5.3m
INTERFACE
CABLE 15m
BATTERY
12V or 24V
POWER SUPPLY
CABLE 5m
GND
GND
BATTERY VOLTAGE 12V 24V
FUSE 6A 3A
BATTERY VOLTAGE 12V 24V
MAIN (POWER) 6A 4A
MOTOR 4A 8A
HOIST
SWITCH
FUSE
POWER SUPPLY
CABLE 2m
WHITE LINE:PLUS TERMINAL
BLACK LINE:MINUS TERMINAL
INSTALLATION
WIRING between S-1900M12 and S-1900H
The length of each cable includes a part (up to 60 cm) for drawing inside the main unit.
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GND
GND
COMMUNICATION CABLE 1
2.5m
FUSE
INTERFACE
CABLE 15m
POWER SUPPLY
CABLE 2m
HOIST MOTOR CABLE
5.3m
LIMIT SWITCH CABLE
5.5m
SOUNDOME CABLE
7.7m
WHITE LINE:PLUS TERMINAL
BLACK LINE:MINUS TERMINAL
POWER SUPPLY
CABLE 5m
INSTALLATION
WIRING between S-1900M15 and S-1900H
The length of each cable includes a part (up to 60 cm) for drawing inside the main unit.
BATTERY
24V
BATTERY VOLTAGE 24V
FUSE 3A
BATTERY VOLTAGE12V 24V
MAIN(POWER) 6A 4A
MOTOR 4A 8A
HOIST
SWITCH
KEYBOARD
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GND
GND
FUSE
SOUNDOME CABLE
7.7m
LIMIT SWITCH CABLE
5.5m
HOIST MOTOR CABLE
5.3m
POWER SUPPLY
CABLE 5m
INTERFACE
CABLE 15m
POWER SUPPLY
CABLE 2m
COMMUNICATION CABLE 1
5m WHITE LINE:PLUS TERMINAL
BLACK LINE:MINUS TERMINAL
INSTALLATION
WIRING between S-1900MBB and S-1900H
The length of each cable includes a part (up to 60 cm) for drawing inside the main unit.
HOIST
SWITCH
BATTERY
12V or 24V
BATTERY VOLTAGE 12V 24V
MAIN(POWER) 6A 4A
MOTOR 4A 8A
VGA OUTPUT
TERMINAL
KEYBOARD
CONTROL
BATTERY VOLTAGE: 12V 24V
FUSE: 8A 4A
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INSTALLATION
WIRING JUNCTION BOX
HOIST MOTOR CABLE
connects J2 on the board.
LIMIT SWITCH CABLE
connects 6P plug to J 7
on the board.
SOUNDOME CABLE
connects 3P plug to J 9 on
the board.
connects 5P plug to J 6 on
the board.
connects 10P plug to J 5 on
the board.
J 2
connects the white line to 12V or
24V according to the voltage of the
battery.
J 7
J 9
J 5
J 6
BLACK
24V
12V
4 BINDING
SCREWS
(M4X8) 4pcs BATTERY
GND
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CHAPTER 3
BASIC OPERATION
This Chapter explains the basic operation of S-1900.
Basic Operation Operation Panel 43
Display Description 44
Sample Display of Sonar Mode 45
Sonar Mode 46
Sample Display of Bottom-Scan Mode 48
Bottom-Scan Mode 49
Sample Display of Sounder Mode 50
Sounder Mode 51
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BASIC OPERATION
OPERATION PANEL
Note that the drawing shows the Panel for S-1900 M12.
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CF page 96
Mark key
CF page 102
Cursor Shift Keys
(↑/↓/←/→)
CF page 99
Target Lock Key
CF page 101
Tilt Keys
CF page 98
Bearing Keys
CF page 97
Range Dial
CF page 93
Sector Dial
CF page 94
Mode Dial
CF page 93
USB port
CF page 90
Power ON/OFF Keys
CF page 96
Hoist Keys
CF page 96
Cursor Selection Keys
(Ring Marker/Cross Cursor)
CF page 99
Threshold Key
CF page 102
Operation Mode Keys
CF page 103
Far Gain Dial
CF page 95
Gain Dial
CF page 95
Brightness Dial
CF page 95
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BASIC OPERATION
DISPLAY DESCRIPTION
The drawing below shows the typical sonar mode display.
Various combination displays are available by selecting the Sub-Display menu and the
change of the Mode Dials.
SCREEN LEFT
- SONAR MODE
- OFF-CENTER MODE
- BOTTOM-SCAN MODE
- SOUNDER MODE
Use the MODE DIAL to select the
display mode.
SCREEN RIGHT
- MENU 1 & SELF CHECK
- MENU 2 & SELF CHECK
- INFORMATION
- SUB-DISPLAYS
Use the MODE DIAL to select MENU 1 & 2.
INFORMATION/SUB-DISPLAYS can be set via
MENU 2.
MENU 1
Select the desired 8 ranges.
MENU 2
Select the desired user settings.
SUB-DISPLAYS
Select the desired sub-display with MENU 2
In case “SUB-DISPLAY – NO SUB DISPLAY” selected the display mode in the left side can
be displayed on the whole screen. CF page 66




RANGE
160m
BEARING
0゜
SECTOR
360゜
TILT
-30゜
IR-1
MARKER
86.0m
99.3m
49.7m
137゜03.84’E
34゜33.40’N
WATER 27.4゜C
SPEED
POWER 24.3V
16.0kt
CURSOR
十 45゜
65.2m
75.3m
37.7m
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BASIC OPERATION
SAMPLE DISPLAY of SONAR MODE
Select MODE DIAL 1 to display SONAR MODE or MODE DIAL 2 to display OFF-CENTER
MODE.
R 160m
99.3m
49.7mS 360゜
IR-ON
65.2m
75.3m
+ 45゜
37.7m
86.0m
B 0゜
ECHO

SEA BOTTOM
T-30゜
MARKER
49.7m
CURSOR
+ 45゜
75.3m
RANGE
160m
BEARING
0゜
SECTOR
-30゜
360゜
IR-ON
TILT
86.0m
99.3m
37.7m
65.2m
POWER
WATER
SPEED
24.3V
27.4゜C
16.0kt
34 ゜33. 40'N
137 ゜03. 84'E
#1
RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
INTERFERENCE
REJECTION
BEARING LINE
SHIP’S POSITION
#2
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE
SLANT DISTANCE
DEPTH
MARKER
CROSS CURSOR
SCALE
#3
CURSOR BEARING
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE
SLANT DISTANCE
DEPTH
POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE
WATER TEMP.
SPEED
SHIP’S POSITION IN
LATITUDE/LONGITUDE
When the Sub menus other than
INFORMATION selected,
They are displayed in the upper left of the
Sonar Display (#1). Tilt angle is displayed in
the lower left.
“IR-ON” is not displayed when
INTERFERENCE REJECTION OFF selected.
They are displayed in the upper right of Sonar
Display (#2).
They are displayed in the lower right of Sonar
Display (#3).
They are display in the lower right corner of
Sub-Display.
An External Navigator is required to display the
ship’s position and the speed.
TILT ANGLE
SOUNDOME
POSITION
INFORMATION DISPLAY
COLOR SCALE
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BASIC OPERATION
SONAR MODE
Rotating the transducer in the soundome protruded from the ship’s bottom, the ultra sound
beams are sent out and detects the targets in accordance with the selected speed and the
range (distance).
The reflected sound appears on the PPI depending on the transducer’s sweep.
Adjusting the Tilt and Bearing the sonar beam can be trained from the surface to the bottom.
The transducer rotates with the selected step angle.
The reflected echoes are displayed as the image every step accordingly.
The step angle can be selected in MENU 2 – “STEP (SONAR)”. CF page 72
A narrow step gives a more detailed image on the screen, however more sweep time is
requested than a wide step

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SECTOR ANGLE


ULTRA SONIC BEAM
SECTOR ANGLE: 360゜
SWEEP DIRECTION: RIGHT



SECTOR ANGLE: 165゜
5゚ 10゚
The transducer emits the
ultra sound beams rotating
the Soundome.
Changing the sector angle
makes it possible to detect
in various ranges.
CF page 94
The reflected echoes are
displayed accordingly after
emitting the ultra sound
beam from 1 to 8 shown in
the drawing left.
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BASIC OPERATION
The Tilt angle can be set in increments of 1°from 0°to 5°to 0°to –90°.
All directions from extremely shallow waters to deep areas can be searched.
Adjust the tilt angle considering the conditions such as ship’s speed and water depth.
Tilt angle
setting range
SEA BOTTOM
The below drawing illustrates the fish school is displayed on the screen when the ship
reaches the point A, but it is not displayed at the point B even if the same tilt angles are set.
Select an appropriate tilt angle in order to display the fish school at the point B.
SEA BOTTOM
The setting of the tilt angle is available in the Sonar Mode, Bottom-Scan Mode or Sounder
Mode. CF page 98
-90゜
5゜
0゜
A B
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BASIC OPERATION
SAMPLE DISPLAY of BOTTOM-SCAN MODE
Select MODE DIAL 3 to display the BOTTOM-SCAN MODE.
SHIP’S POSITION
TILT ANGLE
#1
#2
SCALE (RANGE)
CROSS CURSOR
RANGE
MARKER
SEA BOTTOM ECHO
SCALE
(SECTOR)
SOUNDOME
POSITION
DEPTH #3 #4
The above values of #1, #2, #3 and #4 are not displayed when the Sub-Display menu,
INFORMATION is active.
137゜03.84’E
34゜33.40’N
IR-O N
MARKER
----m
----m
----m
CURSOR
十 -70゜
25.7m
75.1m
70.6m
RANGE
160m
BEARING
270゜
SECTOR
95゜
TILT
-90゜
WATER 27.4゜C
SPEED
POWER 24.3 V
16.0kt
INFORMATION DISPLAY When the Sub menus other than
INFORMATION selected,
They are displayed in the Bottom Scan
Mode Display (#1, #2 and #3).
“IR-ON” is not displayed when
INTERFERENCE REJECTION OFF selected.
They are displayed as the data of the range
marker in the Bottom-Scan Mode.
They are displayed in the Bottom-Scan
Mode (#4).
They are displayed in the lower right corner
of Sub-Display when an external navigator
connected.
COLOR SCALE
POWER SUPPLY
VOLTAGE
WATER TEMP.
SPEED
SHIP’S POSITION IN
LATITUDE AND
LONGITUDE

T-90゜ B270゜
32
64
96
128
160
320
138
3264 64
75.1m
25.7m
+S 95゜
70.6m
-70゜
m IR-ON
100
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BASIC OPERATION
BOTTOM-SCAN MODE
Shaking the transducer in the soundome protruded from the ship’s bottom right and left
alternately, it sends out the ultra sound beams and displays the images of the middle layer
and the sea-bottom contour.
SECTOR ANGLE: 95° SECTOR ANGLE: 45°
5゜3゜
The transducer emits the ultra
sound beams sweeping the
transducer right and left.
The reflected echoes are
displayed accordingly after
emitting the ultra sound beam.
Changing the sector angle
makes it possible to detect both
the narrow and the wide ranges.
CF page 94
Changing the tilt angle
makes it possible to detect the
area of the selected sector angle
centering the tilt angle.
CF page 98
The transducer moves with the selected
step angle.
The reflected echoes are displayed as
the image every step accordingly.
The step angle can be selected in
MENU 2 – “STEP (BOTTOM-SCAN)”.
CF page 72
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BASIC OPERATION
SAMPLE DISPLAY of SOUNDER MODE
Select MODE DIAL 4 to display the SOUNDER MODE.
TILT ANGLE WATER TEMPERATURE #6
#1 TIME MARKER
#2
SEA SURFACE
SCALE
BEARING ECHO (RANGE)
INDICATOR
SEA BOTTOM
COLOR SCALE RANGE
MARKER
SOUNDOME
POSITION
DEPTH #4 #5
#3
INTERFERENCE
REJECTION
The above values of #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 and #6 are not displayed when the Sub-Display,
INFORMATION display is active. The depth display is available only when the tilt angle
–90°set.

64
96
128
T-60゜ B 0゜
32
105
100
160

34゜33.40’N24.3 V
IR-ON
137゜03.84’E
24.7゜C
100m
86.9m50.2m
16.0kt
SHIP’S POSITION
LATITUDE AND
LONGITUDE
SPEED
POWER SUPPLY
VOLTAGE
MARKER
HORIZONTAL
DISTANCE
SLANT
DISTANCE
DEPTH
50.2m
100m
86.9m
十 ---゜
----m
----m
----m
137゜03.84’E
34゜33.40’N
IR-O N
MARKER
CURSOR
RANGE
160m
BEARING
0゜
SECTOR
---゜
TILT
-60゜
WATER 27.4゜C
SPEED
POWER 24.3 V
16.0kt
When the Sub menus other than
INFORMATION selected,
They are displayed in the Sounder Mode
Display (#1, #2 and #3).
“IR-ON” is not displayed when
INTERFERENCE REJECTION OFF selected.
They are displayed as the data of the range
marker in the Sounder Mode Display (#4).
They are not displayed in the Sounder
Mode Display.
They are displayed in the lower right corner of
Sub-Display (#5). The latitude/longitude and
the speed of the ship are displayed only when
an external navigator connected.
INFORMATION DISPLAY
POWER SUPPLY
VOLTAGE
WATER TEMP.
SPEED
SHIP’S POSITION IN
LATITUDE AND
LONGITUDE
24.7 °C
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BASIC OPERATION
SOUNDER MODE
The transducer in the soundome protruded from the ship’s bottom sends out the ultra sound
beams and displays the images of the middle layer and the sea-bottom contour, which are
just beneath the ship.
Detects fore by changing the tilt angle
Tilt angle
The transducer emits the ultra
sound beams toward the bottom
just beneath the ship and the
images are displayed like the Echo
Sounder. The beam width is different
depending on the frequency.
The images other than beneath
the ship can be displayed by
changing the tilt angle and the
bearing.
CF page 97/98/99
Detects beneath the ship.
Detects starboard by changing the tilt angle and the bearing.
Sounder Mode
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CHAPTER 4
FUNCTION SETTINGS
This Chapter explains the function settings of S-1900.
Select the appropriate setting for performing to the utmost of its ability before use.
Factory Settings 54
Menu Menu 1 56
Menu 2 57
Function Settings 59
Function Set Gain Up 60
TVG Curve 61
Dynamic Range 62
Pulse Width 62
TX Power 63
RX Gain Reduction 63
RX Bandwidth 64
Full-Screen Gain Set 64
Rejdection 65
Display Item Selection Sub-Display 66
Step (Sonar) 72
Step (Bottom-Scan) 72
Off-Center Position 73
Scale Dots 73
Compass Display 74
Heading Display 74
Track Display 74
Track Sub Range 75
Track Mem.Interval (Track Memory Interval) 75
Press Rate (Compressed Rate) 76
Filter 76
Sub Bottom-Scan 76
Cursor Direction 76
Cursor Position 76
<To be continued>
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Others Audio Level 77
Target Lock 78
Trigger Signal 79
Depth Unit 80
Temp. Unit (Temperature Unit) 80
Temp. Adjust (Temperature Adjustment) 80
Speed Unit 81
Auto Retract 81
Train Correct 82
Panel Brightness 82
Power Supply Frequency 83
Hoist Auto Down 83
Ope. Mode Memory 84
Color Palette Color Selection 85
Display Colors 85
Remote Control Set 87
Frequency Setting TX Frequency 88
RX Frequency 88
Self Check 89
Maintenance Update 90
Backup 91
Recovery 91
Version 91
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FACTORY SETTINGS
FACTORY SETTINGS
The factory settings are shown in the below box. Select the desired settings before use.
FUNCTION SETTINGS FACTORY SETTINGS (shown in □) CF
FUNCTION SET MENU 2
GAIN UP OFF ・ +10dB ・ +20dB ・ +30dB ・ +40dB ・ +50dB PAGE 59-64
TVG CURVE OFF ・ 10LOG ・ 20LOG ・ 30LOG ・ 40LOG
DYNAMIC RANGE 1 dB ・ 2 dB ・ 3 dB
PULSE WIDTH X1 ・ X1.5 ・ x2
TX POWER A ・ B ・ C ・ D
RX GAIN RED. OFF ・ ON
RX BANDWIDTH S. WIDE ・ WIDE ・ STANDARD
NARROW ・S. NARROW
FULL –SCREEN GAIN SET OFF ・ ON
REJECTION PAGE 65
INTERFERENCE REJ OFF ・ ON
DISP ITEM SEL PAGE 66-76
SUB-DISPLAY NO SUB-DISP. ・ INFO ・ HISTORICAL ・ +PRESS
+A-SCOPE ・ BOTTOM ・ TRACK ・ EXTSOUNDER
STEP (SONAR) 5°・ 10° ・ 15°
STEP (BOTTOM-SCAN) 3°・ 5°
OFF-CENTER POS. FORE ・ BACK ・ LEFT ・ RIGHT
SCALE DOTS OFF ・ ON
COMPASS DISP. OFF ・ ON
HEADING DISP. OFF ・ ON
TRACK DISP. OFF ・ ON
TRACK SUB RANGE 50m (10-500 depth unit)
TRACK MEM. INTERVAL 5 SEC ・ 10 SEC ・ 30 SEC ・ 60 SEC
PRESS RATE 1/2 ・ 1/4 ・ 1/8 ・ 1/16
FILTER OFF ・ 1 ・ 2
SUB BOTTOM-SCAN AUTO ・ MANUAL
CURSOR DIRECTION R-DIRECTION ・ T-DIRECTION
CURSOR POSITION DISTANCE ・ LAT/LONG
OTHERS PAGE 77-84
AUDIO LEVEL 0 (0-31)
TARGET LOCK MODE0 ・ MODE1 ・ MODE2 ・ MODE3
TRIGGER SIGNAL INTERNAL ・ EXTERNAL
DEPTH UNIT m ・ ft ・ fm ・ br
TEMP. UNIT °C ・ °F
TEMP. ADJUST +0.0°C ( -9.9°~ +9.9°)
SPEED UNIT kt ・ km/h
AUTO RETRACT OFF ・ 1kt (1~27km/h or 1kt ~15kt)
TRAIN CORRECT 0° (0°- 355°)
PANEL BRIGHTNESS 15 (0 - 15)
POWER S. FREQUENCY 120k ・ 125k ・ 130k
HOIST AUTO DOWN OFF ・ ON
OPE.MODE MEMORY OFF ・ ON
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FACTORY SETTINGS
COLOR PALETTE MENU 2
COLOR SELECT A-1 ・ A-2 ・ B-1 ・ B-2 ・ C-1 ・ C-2 PAGE 85-86
DISPLAY COLORS 8 ・ 16
FREQUENCY SETTING PAGE 88
TX FREQUENCY BASIC FREQUENCY (±10kHz / 0.1kHz UNIT)
RX FREQUENCY BASIC FREQUENCY (±10kHz / 0.1kHz UNIT)
Note 1)
Note 1) The Basic Frequency indicates the frequency the customer purchases.
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MENU
MENU 1 (RANGE SETTING MENU)
Select the display range in 8 settings according to the depth desired.
The following menu appears after selecting “MENU 1” with the MODE DIAL.
Use the Cursor Shift key ↓ or ↑ to highlight the item to change.
Press the Cursor Selection key ○/+ to display the following range setting menu.
The range can be set freely as desired every 10 units of depth measurement until 2000 units
in case of the units, meters, braccia, and fathoms and every 20 feet until 6000 feet in case of
the unit, feet.
These numbers correspond to the Range Dial numbers.
The initial range setting values of both ranges are different each.
Displayed unit of depth measurement can be set via MENU 2 -“OTHERS”. CF page 80
The way of the range setting is the same for both ranges, but the values of range setting
are not corresponded each other. The settings for both ranges are required.
In the range settings for SONAR/OFF-CENTER MODE, the range is changed in accordance
with the value of SONAR MODE when the Cursor Shift key( ← or →) pressed. However,
1.5 times of range of SONAR MODE is displayed when OFF-CENTER MODE selected.
RANGE SET MENU
SONAR/OFF-CENTER RANGE
BOTTOM-SCAN/F.F. RANGE
SONAR/OFF-CENTER RANGE
(BOTTOM-SCAN/F.F. RANGE)
RETURN MARK
1 40 m
2 80 m
3 120 m
4 160 m
5 200 m
6 240 m
7 280 m
8 320 m
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to
select the range number desired.
Press the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to
set the range.
Cursor Shift keys
← : set the value smaller
→ : set the value larger
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MENU
MENU 2(FUNCTION SETTIG MENU
Customize the functions to suit individual needs before using the S-1900.
The basic settings are as follows.
FUNCTION SET GAIN UP
TVG CURVE
DYNAMIC RANGE
PULSE WIDTH
TX POWER
RX GAIN RED.
RX BANDWIDTH
FULL-SCREEN GAIN SET
REJECTION INTERFERENCE REJECTION
DISP ITEM SEL SUB-DISPLAY
(DISPLAY ITEM SELECTION) STEP (SONAR)
STEP (BOTTOM-SCAN)
OFF-CENTER POSITION
SCALE DOTS
COMPASS DISPLAY
HEADING DISPLAY
TRACK DISPLAY
TRACK SUB RANGE
TRACK MEMORY INTERVAL
PRESS RATE
FILTER
SUB BOTTOM-SCAN
CURSOR DIRECTION
CURSOR POSITION
OTHERS AUDIO LEVEL
TARGET LOCK
TRIGGER SIGNAL
DEPTH UNIT
TEMPERATURE UNIT
TEMPERATURE ADJUST
SPEED UNIT
AUTO RETRACT
TRAIN CORRECT
PANEL BRIGHTNESS
POWER SUPPLY FREQUENCY
HOIST AUTO DOWN
OPERATION MODE MEMORY
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MENU
COLOR PALETTE COLOR SELECT
DISPLAY COLORS
REMOTE CONTROL
FREQUENCY SETTINGS TX FREQUENCY
RX FREQUENCY
SELF CHECK
MAINTENANCE UPDATE
BACK UP
RECOVERY
VERSION
For further details see next pages.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
Turn the MODE DIAL to “MENU 2“ to display the below menu.
The item currently selected is highlighted.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select the desired item.
Press the Cursor Selection key ○/+ to open the menu for change.
MENU 2
FUNCTION SET Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑)
REJECTION to select the desired item.
DISP ITEM SEL. Press the Cursor Selection key
OTHERS ○/+ to open the menu for change.
COLOR PALETTE
REMOTE CONTROL SET
FREQUENCY SETTING
SELF CHECK
MAINTENANCE
FUNCTION SET MENU
FUNCTION SET
Press the Cursor Selection key ○/+
RETURN MARK to return to MENU 2.
GAIN UP OFF
TVG CURVE 30LOG Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑)
DYNAMIC RANGE 3dB to select the desired item to change.
PULSE WIDTH X1
TX POWER D Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →)
RX GAIN RED OFF to change the settings.
RX BANDWIDTH STANDARD
FULL-SCREEN GAIN SET OFF
80dB
60dB
40dB
20dB
GAIN G O T O
1m 10m 100m 1000m
TVG (Time-Varying-Gain) Curve
reflects various changes such as TVG
Curve, Gain Adustment, Gain/Far Gain
dials.
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感度 G 0 T 0
OFF
+20dB
+40dB
・ 0…10…20…30…40…50と変わる
+10dB
+30dB
+50dB
1m 10m 100m 1000m
80dB
60dB
40dB
20dB
感度補正:OFFの場合
感度補正:+10dBの場合
感度補正:+20dBの場合
感度補正:+30dBの場合
感度補正:+40dBの場合
感度補正:
+50dBの場合
弱い 強い
最小感度 最大感度
1/3 2/3
この幅は
感度
この幅は6.6目盛分
この幅は10目盛分
3.3目盛分
0
3.3 6.6
10
本機の感度可変幅
感度ツマミの可変幅
0
3.3 6.6
10
0
3.3 6.6
10
0
3.3 6.6
10
0
3.3 6.6
10
0
3.3 6.6
10
FUNCTION SETTINGS
1. GAIN UP
This function makes it possible to display a clearer picture of the full range and control the
sensitivity at various depths.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “GAIN UP”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
GAIN UP OFF Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[OFF, +10dB, +20dB, +30dB, +40dB, +50dB]
The “sensitivity” or possibly “volume” is increased 3.3 times when the gain setting is
changed to “+10dB” from “OFF”.
The reflected image at level “3.3” in the gain setting “OFF” is the one at level “0” in the
Gain setting “+10dB”.
TVG Curve changes in accordance with the change of the values of GAIN UP.
The setting values shown in the above drawing are as follows,
Gain Dial: 0
Far Gain Dial: 0
TVG Curve: 30LOG
Change: 0…10…20…30…40 50
SETTING : OFF
GAIN
TOTAL GAIN VOLUME RANGE
GAIN DIAL VOLUME RANGE
MAX GAIN MINIMUM GAIN
WEAK GAIN STRONG
SETTING : +10dB
SETTING : +20dB
SETTING : +30dB
SETTING : +40dB
SETTING : +50dB
10TH SCALE POSITION
6.6TH SCALE POSITION
3.3RD SCALE POSITION
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
2. TVG CURVE
TVG (Time Variable Gain) offsets the effects of propagation loss of sound as it passes through
the water. To counter this loss, the TVG curve is adjusted by correctly set.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “TVG CURVE”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
TVG CURVE 30LOG Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[OFF, 10LOG, 20LOG, 30LOG, 40LOG]
TVG CURVE
OFF: No TVG curve
10LOG: ① in the below drawing
20LOG: ② in the below drawing
30LOG: ③ in the below drawing
40LOG: ④ in the below drawing
NEAR DISTANCE FAR
NOTE!
Caution should be taken to select the TVG curve of which TVG setting is related to the
Gain Dial functions.
0




10 100 1000m
HIGH
LOW
GAIN
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
3. DYNAMIC RANGE
This is the way to display the reactions with emphasis or with density discrimination.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “DYNAMIC RANGE”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
DYNAMIC RANGE 3dB Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[1dB, 2dB, 3dB]
COLOR SCALE
3dB 2dB 1dB
weak blue
blue
echoes
blue
strong red red red
4. PULSE WIDTH
This is the way to select the transmitted pulse width.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “PULSE WIDTH”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
PULSE WIDTH x1 Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[x1, x1.5, x2]
x1 : standard (shown in the below box)
x 1.5 : 1.5 times of standard
x 2 : 2 times of standard for longer range detection
RANGE (m) PULSE WIDTHE (ms) RANGE (m) PULSE WIDTHE (ms)
0 - 59 0.25 160 - 199 1.25
60 - 79 0.40 200 - 239 2.00
80 - 99 0.75 240 - 399 2.50
100 - 119 0.90 400 - up 3.75
120 - 159 1.00
The selected level is reflected to the Color
Scale as shown in the left.
The weaker reflections are eliminated and
the stronger reflections are displayed when
selecting rather 2dB than 3dB or 1dB than
2dB.
1dB than 2dB.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
5. TX POWER
The output power of the ultra sound wave from the transmitter can be set.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “TX POWER”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
TX POWER D Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[A, B, C, D]
D is the maximum level and A is the minimum level.
6. RX GAIN REDUCTION
Reduction of RX gain to weaken too strong reaction in the shallow water can be set .
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “RX GAIN REDUTION”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
RX GAIN RD. OFF Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ON, OFF]
ON: reduces the RX gain.
OFF: no change.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
7. RX BANDWIDTH
RX bandwidth can be set.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “RX BANDWIDTH”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
RX BANDWIDTH STANDARD Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[S. WIDE, WIDE, STANDARD, NARROW, S. NARROW]
NOTE!
Selecting wider bandwidth makes the resolution higher, but more noise.
Selecting narrower bandwidth makes the resolution lower, but less noise.
8. FULL-SCREEN GAIN SET
Select full gain function ON or OFF when changing the gain dial.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “FULL-SCREEN GAIN SET”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
FULL-SCREEN GAIN SET ON Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ON, OFF]
ON: the gain is changed on the full screen at the same time when changing the gain dial.
OFF: the gain is changed from the point of changing the gain dial.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
REJECTION
[MODE DIAL – MENU 2 – REJECTION]
REJECTION
○/+ to return to MENU 2.
RETURN MARK
INTERFERENCE REJ. OFF Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑)
to select the desired item to change.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →)
to change the settings.
1. INTERFERENCE REJECTION
This function can be used to eliminate noise from other ships.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “INTERFERENCE REJ.”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
INTERFERENCE REJ OFF Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ON, OFF]
ON: activates this function.
OFF: inactivates this function.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
DISPLAY ITEM SELECTION
DISP ITEM SEL Press the Cursor Selection key
RETURN MARK ○/+ to return to MENU 2.
SUB-DISPLAY
STEP (SONAR) Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑)
STEP (BOTTOM-SCAN) to select the desired item to change.
OFF-CENTER POS.
SCALE DOTS Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →)
COMPASS DISP. to change the settings.
HEADING DISP.
TRACK DISP.
TRACK SUB RANGE
TRACK MEM. INTERVAL
PRESS RATE
FILTER
SUB BOTTOM-SCAN
CURSOR DIRECTION
CURSOR POSITION
1. SUB-DISPLAY
Sub menu displayed on the right half of the screen can be selected.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “SUB-DISPLAY”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
SUB-DISPLAY INFO Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[NO SUB-DISP., INFO, HISTORICAL, +PRESS, + A-SCOPE, BOTTOM, TRACK,
EXTSOUNDER]
① NO SUB-DISP. (NO SUB-DISPLAY)
The SUB-DISPLAY is not displayed. SONAR MODE, OFF-CENTER MODE,
BOTTOM-SCAN MODE or SOUNDER MODE is displayed on the whole screen.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
② INFO (INFORMATION)
This sub menu “INFO” can be displayed when one of the Mode dials, No.1-4 selected.
a) Displays the selected range by using the Range Dial desired.
b) Displays the selected bearing angle by using the Bearing Key.
c) Displays the selected sector angle by using the Sector Dial.
d) Displays the selected tilt angle by using the Tilt Key.
e) It appears only when Interference Rejection-ON selected.
f) Displays the horizontal distance, slant distance and depth to the marker.
No data appears when Bottom-Scan mode set.
g) Displays the horizontal distance, slant distance and depth to the cursor.
No data appears when Sounder mode set.
h) Displays the power supply voltage and the temperature.
i) Displays the ship’s speed and own ship’s position in latitude/longitude.
Note that an External Navigator is required to display these values.
f g h i a b c d e 137゜03.84’E
34゜33.40’N
IR-O N
MARKER
86.0m
99.3m
49.7m
CURSOR
十 45゜
65.2m
75.3m
37.7m
RANGE
160m
BEARING
0゜
SECTOR
360゜
TILT
-30゜
WATER 27.4゜C
SPEED
POWER 24.3 V
16.0kt
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
③ HISTORICAL DISPLAY
The vertical images can be displayed as sub menu when SONAR MODE or BOTTOMSCAN MODE set. Note that the normal echo sounder images are displayed on the
whole screen when SOUNDER MODE is selected.
PORT SIDE MARK・STARBOARD SIDE MARK
PORT SIDE:
YELLOW

BOW: WHITESWEEPING STARBOARD: RED
STERN: BLUE
3 2
64
96
34゜36.974N
160
BEARING MARK
128
COUNTERCLOCKWISE : YELLOW18.6kt
137゜01.698E
24.7゜C
CLOCKWISE : BLUE
COLOR SCALE OWN SHIP'S POSITION
AN EXTERNAL NAVIGATOR IS REQUIRED.
WATER TEMPERATURE
strongest color
second strongest color
weakest color
(background color)
SIGNAL STRENGTH
STRONG
NOTE: The displayed color varies in
related to the signal (echo) strength.
WEAK
PORT SIDE MARK・STARBOARD SIDE MARKBEARING MARK
SWEEPING
COUNTERCLOCKWISE
: YELLOW
SWEEPING
CLOCKWISE
: BLUE
VOLTAGE
24.3 V
WHITE
REDYELLOW
BLUE
The color shows the position/direction currently the beam passes.
BOW DIRECTION
STARBOARD
DIRECTION PORT DIRECTION
STERN DIRECTION
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
④ +PRESS (COMPRESSED IMAGE AND HISTORICAL DISPLAY)
The vertical images and their compressed image can be displayed when SONAR MODE or
BOTTOM-SCAN MODE set. The normal echo sounder images and compressed image are
displayed on the screen when SOUNDER MODE is selected.
PRESS HISTORICAL PRESS DISPLAY NORMAL DISPLAY
DISPLAY DISPLAY
(compressed
image)
Compressed images are displayed at the selected rate [MENU-DISP ITEMSELPRESS RATE].
⑤ +A-SCOPE (HISTORICAL DISPLAY+A-SCOPE)
A-Scope is displayed on the right side of the historical display.
The illustration below shows when SONAR MODE/BOTTOM SCAN MODE selected.
It is also displayed on the right side of the screen when SOUNDER MODE selected.
A-Scope
SOUNDER MODE
SONAR MODE
BOTTOM-SCAN MODE

100

32
64
96
128
96
64
32
128
T-90° B °

32
64
96
128
160
34°36.974N
137°01.698E
24 .7°C
24.3V 18.6kt
24.3V 16.0kt
106m I R - ON 24 . 7°C
34°33.40'N
137°03.84'E100m
→ 0.0m ↓100m
160160
24.3V 18.6kt 34°36.974N
137°01.698E
24 .7°C
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34゜36.974N18.6kt
137゜01.698E
24.7゜C
200m
34゜36.974N18.6kt
137゜01.698E
24.7゜C
FUNCTION SETTINGS
⑥ BOTTOM-SCAN
The images of BOTTOM-SCAN MODE can be displayed in the sub-display.
Note that this function is not available in Sounder Mode. CF page 76
⑦ TRACK
Own ship’s position can be displayed when an external navigator connected.
-The setting values such as Range, Bearing,
Sector, Tilt for the Bottom-Scan mode can be set
while the Bottom-Scan mode is active.
The setting values will not be changed even if it
backs to the Sonar Mode.
-The Sonar Mode display changes into the
Bottom-Scan when it passes the center while
clockwise rotating when “SUB BOTTOM-SCAN
/ AUTO” selected. After it updated, it will back
to the Sonar Mode.
-The Sonar Mode display alternates with the
Bottom-Scan display each time the Hoist key
pressed when “SUB BOTTOM-SCAN /
MANUAL” selected. The scanning direction is
determined by the position when the Sonar
Mode changes into the Bottom Scan.
SCREEN WIDTH
Displays the screen width selected via
“TRACK SUB RANGE” selected.
OWN SHIP
Displays Own Ship’s position in latitude/longitude
and the speed at the bottom of the screen.
MARK
Displays the mark placed by a Cross Cursor in the
Sonar Mode.
TRACK
Displays the track line.
The past line is memorized every interval set via
“TRACK MEM.INTERVAL”.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
⑧ EXT.SOUNDER (EXTERNAL SOUNDER)
This function is only available when some Suzuki units connected.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
2. STEP (SONAR)
The Step angle for SONAR MODE can be selected.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “STEP (SONAR)”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
STEP (SONAR) 10° Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ 5°, 10°, 15°]
3. STEP (BOTTOM-SCAN)
The Step angle for SONAR MODE can be selected.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “STEP (BOTTOM-SCAN)”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
STEP (BOTTOM-SCAN) 5° Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ 3°or 5°]
NOTE!
The superior detection images can be obtained when the narrower step angle selected,
but the longer detection time is required.
5゜
5 S゚TEP
5゜
10 S゚TEP
10゜
10゜
5゜
5゜
5゜ STEP
3゜
3゜
3゜ STEP
( or 15°) ( or 15°)
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
4. OFF-CENTER POS. (OFF-CENTER POSITION)
The displayed position of own ship on the screen can be selected when OFF-CENTER
MODE is active.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “OFF-CENTER POS.”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
OFF-CENTER POS. FORE Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[FORE, BACK, RIGHT, LEFT]
FORE BACK RIGHT LEFT
5. SCALE DOTS
The display of scale dots on the screen can be selected ON/OFF.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “SCALE DOTS”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
SCALE DOTS ON Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to select.
[ON, OFF]
When “OFF” set, Scale does not appear on SONAR MODE/OFF-CENTER MODE screens.
However, it appears on BOTTOM-SCAN MODE/SOUNDER MODE screens even if “OFF”
set.
SCALE
OFFON
ON: activates Scale
OFF: inactivates Scale
↓ shows Own Ship’s Position
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
6. COMPASS DISPLAY
Compass can be displayed in the SONAR MODE when an External Navigator connected.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “COMPASS DISP.”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
COMPASS DISP. OFF Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ON, OFF]
ON: activates Compass display
OFF: inactivates Compass display
DIRECTIONS
7. HEADING DISPLAY
Heading line can be displayed in the SONAR MODE.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “HEADING DISP.”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
HEADING DISP. OFF Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to select.
[ON, OFF]
ON: activates Heading line display
OFF: inactivates Heading line display
8. TRACK DISPLAY
Track line can be displayed in the SONAR MODE when an external navigator connected.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “TRACK DISP.”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
TRACK DISP. OFF Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ON, OFF]
ON: activates Track line display
OFF: inactivates Track line display
TRACK DISPLAY




Heading Line
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
9. TACK SUB RANGE
The screen width for Track display in sub menu can be selected. CF page 70
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “TRACK SUB RANGE”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
TRACK SUB RANGE 50m Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[10 – 500 depth unit]
Cursor Shift keys
← : sets the value smaller.
→ : sets the value larger.
10. TRACK MEM. INTERVAL (TRACK MEMORY INTERVAL)
The tracking interval can be selected.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “TRACK MEM. INTERVAL”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
TACK MEM. INTERVAL 5SEC Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[5 SEC, 10 SEC, 30 SEC, 60 SEC]
The short interval can provide for the display of smooth wake line, but it is the record of
short term. In case of the long interval it displays the record of long term, but the zigzag
line appears on the screen.
Interval Memorized Time
5 seconds : 8 minutes 20 seconds
10 seconds : 16 minutes 40 seconds
30 seconds : 50 minutes
60 seconds : 100 minutes
11. PRESS RATE (COMPRESSED RATE)
The compressed rate for images on the screen can be selected. CF page 69
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “PRESS RATE”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
PRESS RATE 1/4 Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16]
Compress rate 1/2 shows one line for 2 sound beams and 1/4 for 4 sound beams.
The information for the long time can be displayed when the higher rate selected,
but the compressed image is tighter.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
12. FILTER
The image on the sonar can be enhanced by this function.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “FILTER”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
FILTER 1 Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[OFF, 1, 2]
OFF: inactivates filter function.
1: enhances the image on the sonar.
2: enhances further the image on the sonar.
13. SUB BOTTOM-SCAN
Select the SUB BOTTOM-SCAN MODE. CF page 70
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “SUB BOTTOM-SCAN”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
SUB BOTTOM SCAN AUTO Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[AUTO, MANUAL]
AUTO: Sonar Mode changes into BOTTOM-SCAN MODE automatically .
MANUAL: Sonar Mode changes into BOTTOM-SCAN MODE display manually.
14. CURSOR DIRECTION
Select the display way of the CUSOR DIRECTION when an External Navigator connected.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “CURSOR DIRECTION”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
CURSOR DIRECTION R-DIRECTION Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[R-DIRECTION, A-DIRECTION]
R-DIRECTION (RELATIVE DIRECTION): corresponds to the ship’s heading direction
T-DIRECTION (TRUE DIRECTION): corresponds to the compass direction
15. CURSOR POSITION
Select the display way of CUSOR POSITION when an External Navigator connected.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “CURSOR POSITION”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
CURSOR POSITION DISTANCE Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[DISTANCE, LAT/LONG]
DISTANCE: displays the distance of the cursor position
LAT/LONG: displays the cursor position in latitude/longtude.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
OTHERS
[MODE DIAL – MENU 2 – OTHERS]
OTHERS Press the Cursor Selection key
RETURN MARK ○/+ to return to MENU 2.
AUDIO LEVEL 0
TARGET LOCK MODE0 Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑)
TRIGGER SIGNAL INTERNAL to select the desired item to change.
DEPTH UNIT m
TEMP. UNIT °C Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →)
TEMP. ADJUST +0.0°C to change the settings.
SPEED UNIT kt
AUTO RETRACT OFF
TRAIN CORRECT 0°
PANEL BRIGHTNESS 15
POWER S.FREQUENCY 120k
HOIST AUTO DOWN OFF
OPE. MODE MEMORY OFF
Note that the value of Train Correct cannot be set here. CF page 82
1. AUDIO LEVEL
The audio volume can be selected when connecting an external speaker.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “AUDIO LEVEL”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
AUDIO LEVEL 0 Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[0 – 31]
Cursor Shift keys
← : sets the value smaller.
→ : sets the value larger.
NOTE!
A speaker device (4Ω) is required. CF page 31, 33, and 35.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
2. TARGET LOCK
The desired target lock function can be selected, which is activated by pressing the Target
Lock key ( ) while SONAR MODE or BOTTOM-SCAN MODE (only in case of MODE0)
operated. It can change the rotary direction, trackthe target or the position specified with a
cursor automatically.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “TARGET LOCK”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
TARGET LOCK MODE0 Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[MODE0, MODE1, MODE2, MODE3]
MODE 0 (REVERSE)
Each press of the Target Lock key reverses the sector rotary direction.
Note that the automatic tracking is not available in this MODE 0.
MODE 1 (RIGHT - LEFT)
Press the Target Lock key to track the reaction automatically.
“TARGET LOCK” sign appears on the upper left corner of the screen or on the display
position of BEARING and SECTOR in the INFORMATION display. MODE 1 reverses the
soundome train direction only right and left and track the target automatically.
MODE 2 (UP-DOWN, RIGHT-LEFT)
One time of up and down detection is added after 3 times of MODE1 detection.
Other actions are the same with MODE 1.
TARGET
LOCK
If it should have lost the target after a 60°
reverse sweep, this function is released.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
MODE 3
Target mark appears on the screen and tracks the target automatically after placing the Cross
cursor on the target and press the Target Lock key.
TARGET MARK
NOTE!
Tilt and Bearing keys are inoperative while Target lock function is active.
Target lock function is released when Range, Sector and Display mode
changed.
Bearing and Sector angles will back to the original values when Target Lock
function is released. The value of Tilt angle of activating Target lock remains.
Target lock function is inoperative while SOUNDER MODE is active.
It is only operative in case of [Bottom-Scan mode - MODE0] selected.
It is inoperative other than MODE0.
3. TRIGGER SIGNAL
Select which Trigger signal to use.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “TRIGGER SIGNAL”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
TRIGGER SIGNAL INTERNAL Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[INTERNAL, EXTERNAL]
INTERNAL: activates the internal trigger signal of S-1900.
EXTERNAL: activates the signal from an external unit.
(when another echo sounder synchronized)
NOTE!
The sweeping speed might be slower depending on the depth whe the S-1900
is synchronizing with an external echo sounder.
Using the internal trigger signal of S-1900 is recommended for synchronizing with
an external echo sounder.
The output terminal for trigger signal has prepared in the unit. CF page 106
TARGET

Target mark moves along with the own ship on the
screen.
Target mark also appears on the sub menu if
TRACK is selected.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
4. DEPTH UNIT
The unit of depth measurement can be selected.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “DEPTH UNIT”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
DEPTH UNIT m Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[m, ft, fm, br]
5. TEMPERATURE UNIT
The unit of temperature measurement can be selected.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “TEMP. UNIT”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
TEMPERATURE UNIT °C Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ °C, °F ]
6. TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
The water temperature displayed on the screen can be adjusted.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “TEMP. ADJUST”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
TEMP. ADJUST +0.0°C Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ -9.9°C to +9.9°C , every 0.1 unit ]
+9.9°: maximizes
+0.0°: no adjustment
-9.9°: minimizes
↑ → : increases the value.
↓ ← : decreases the value.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
7. SPEED UNIT
The unit of the ship’s speed displayed on the screen can be selected when an external
navigator connected.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “SPEED UNIT”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
SPEED UNIT kt Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ kt, km/h ]
kt: displays the speed in knots.
km/h: displays the speed in km/h.
8. AUTO RETRACT
The soundome can be raised automatically when the ship’s speed exceeds the speed
previously set. The preset speed can be set.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “AUTO RETRACT”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
AUTO RETRACT OFF Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ OFF, 10kt (18km/h) ] Available setting ranges: 1-15kt (1km/h-27km/h)
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to set the speed after selecting the initial value.
↑ : increases the value.
↓ : decreases the value.
With the speed input the soundome can be raised automatically when the ship’s speed
exceeds a preset speed.
: Sensor lamp on the control panel
The down arrow appears at the down left corner of the screen
when the soundome is being lowered.
When this function is activated, the arrow changes into the up
arrow. When the soundome is retracted completely, the sensor
lamp on the control panel is turned off.
Soundome status indicator
The ship’s speed should not exceed 15 knots (27km/h) while retracting the soundome.
The recommended setting speed is less 12kt (22km/h) considering the case that it speeds up
without retracting the soundome.
CAUTION
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
9. TRAIN CORRECT
This changes the center direction of the detection range into the bow direction ( 0°).
Select the SONAR MODE and set the desired position by using the Bearing keys
( or ) .
Open “MENU 2” and use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “OTHERS-TRAIN
CORRECT”. Press the Cursor Selection (○/+) so that the confirmation sign appears on
the screen. Selecting “OK” displays the value for adjustment and the displayt of the current
center direction is changed into the bow direction ( 0°). Selecting “CANCEL” cancel the
current operation.
TRAIN CORRECT 90° After pressing the Cursor Shift key (← or →),
the angle of the center direction set at the menu of SONAR MODE appears.
BOW DIRECTION ( 0°)
display rotated 90°counterclockwise
To release this function, setting the current bearing at 0°and the procedure “TRAIN
CORRECT” above again are required.
10. PANEL BRIGHTNESS
The backlight brightness of operation panel can be changed.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “PANEL BIRHGTNESS”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
PANEL BRIGHTNESS 15 Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ 0 - 15 ]
→ : increases the value and sets brighter.
← : decreases the value and sets darker.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
11. POWER SUPPLY FREQUENCY
The switching frequency of the power supply is changed.
The switching currents can cause electrical noise problems.
The noise produced by the SMPS itself can be suppressed changing the frequency.
It is usually not required to change the frequency other than noise problem.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “POWER FREQUENCY”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
POWER S. FREQUENCY 120k Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ 120k, 125k, 130k ]
Select “120K” for normal use.
12. HOIST AUTO DOWN
With the function “HOIST AUTO DOWN ON” selected, the soundome is automatically
lowered when the power turned on.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “HOIST AUTO DOWN”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
HOIST AUTO DOWN OFF Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ OFF, ON ]
OFF: This function is inactive. The soundome is not automatically lowered.
ON: This function is active. The soundome is automatically lowered.
NOTE !
It takes time (some seconds) to lower the soundome even if the POWER ON key
on the monitor or the key board pressed.
If “HOIST AUTO DOWN ON” selected, the Hoist starts to lower the soundome
just before the unit starts working.
CAUTION
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
13. OPERATION MODE MEMORY
The memory of Operation Mode is restricted. CF page 103
It can avoid memorizing the operation accidentally by selecting OFF.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “OPE. MODE MEMORY”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
OPE. MODE MEMORY OFF Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[OFF, ON]
OFF: The new settings for Operation Mode are not overwritten.
ON: The new settings for Operation Mode are overwritten.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
COLOR PALETTE
[MODE DIAL – MENU 2 – COLOR PALETTE]
COLOR PALETTE Press the Cursor Selection key
COLOR RETURN MARK ○/+ to return to MENU 2.
B.G.
1 COLOR SELECT Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑)
2 A-1 to select the desired item to change.
3 DISPLAY COLORS
4 8 Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →)
5 to change the settings.
6 INITIAL SETTINGS
7 EDIT
1. COLOR SELECTION
The color of echoes and background (A-1, A-2, B-1 or B-2) can be set as desired.
C-1 / C-2 can set the colors freely with Color palette function.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “COLOR SELECT”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
COLOR SELECT A-1 Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ A-1, A-2, B-1, B-2, C-1, C-2 ]
2. DISPLAY COLORS
The display colors, can be select.
C-1 / C-2 can set the colors freely with Color palette function.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “DISPLAY COLORS”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
DISPLAY COLORS 8 Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ 8, 16]
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
HOW TO SET COLOR PALLETTE
Color palette can provide 2 color patterns (C-1 & C-2) freely.
The initial color pattern of C-1 is the same with A-1 and C-2 are is the same with A-2.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to select “C-1” or “C-2”, which activates the “INITIAL
SETTINGS” and “EIDT” functions.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “INITIAL SETTINGS” and press the Cursor
Selection key ○/+ to back to the “INITIAL SETTINGS”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to select “EDIT” and press the Cursor Selection key
○/+ . Color palette appears on the screen.
COLOR PALETTE Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to select
COLOR RETURN MARK the color to set, which activates the RGB ratio
B.G. COLOR SELECT function.
1 A-1
2 DISPLAY COLORS Press the Cursor Selection key ○/+ to close
3 8 COLORS this menu.
4
5 INITIAL SETTINGS
6 EDIT Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select
7 R, G or B for the ratio change.
B.G. Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change
B.G.:background R 4 the ratio value (0 to 15).
G 4 15 is the strongest in RGB and its tone decreases
B 10 in accordance with the smaller number.
Move the Frame to the top after the RGB setting. Press the Cursor Selection key ○/+ to close
this menu and the desired settings are memorized in C-1 or C-2.
COLOR PALETTE!
Various desired colors can be created from changing
RGB ratio.
Color palette function provides the creation of desired
colors.
Utilize this Color palette function to set the most
visible display for the reaction of fish schools.
RED
WHITE
BLUEGREEN
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
REMOTE CONTROL SET (OPTION)
Previously set the key each on the remote controller before use.
[MODE DIAL – MENU 2 – REMOTE CONTROL SET]
See CF page 110 for the settings in details.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
FREQUENCY SETTING
FREQUENCY SETTING Press the Cursor Selection key ○/+
to return to MENU 2.
RETURN MARK
TX FREQUENCY 180.0kHz Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑)
RX FREQUENCY 180.0kHz to select the desired item to change.
Refer to NOTE ! Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →)
to change the settings.
1. TX FREQUENCY
Adjust the transmitting frequency of the S-1900 and the receiving frequency changes in
conjunction with the transmitting frequency.
It can be changed from the basic frequency to ±10kHz every 0.1kHz unit.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “TX FREQUENCY”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
TX FEQUENCY 180.0kHz Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ BASIC FREQUENCY to ±10kHz ] Refer to NOTE !
← : decreases every 0.1kHz of the values of the frequencies for TX FREQUENCY and RX
FREQUENCY.
→ : increases every 0.1kHz of the values of the frequencies for TX FREQUENCY and RX
FREQUENCY.
2. RX FREQUENCY
Adjust the receiving frequency of the S-1900, but the transmitting frequency does not change
in conjunction with the receiving frequency.
It can be changed from the basic frequency to ±10kHz every 0.1kHz unit.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “RX FREQUENCY”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting.
RX FEQUENCY 180.0kHz Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change.
[ BASIC FREQUENCY to ±10kHz ] Refer to NOTE !
← : decreases every 0.1kHz of the values of the frequencies for RX FREQUENCY.
→ : increases every 0.1kHz of the values of the frequencies for RX FREQUENCY.
NOTE !
The basic frequencies of TX FREQUENCY and RX FREQUENCY is specified
by the unit the customer purchases.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
SELF CHECK
The following messages appear on the display.
This function checks the battery voltage, the internal voltage, the hoist up and down or the
conditions of the stepping motor in the soundome.
SELF CHECK
RETURN MARK SAVE REPORT
NO PROBLEM
NO PROBLEM:
appears when the system has no problem.
MB (Main Board): ABNORMAL POWER SUPPLY VOLTAGE:
appears when the abnormal voltage detection of the battery is suspected.
HB (Hull Board): NO RESPONSE:
appears when the disconnection of the wiring between Hull Unit and the communication line
is suspected.
HOIST: BLOWN FUSE:
appears when the blown fuse in the hoist is suspected.
HOIST: UP (DOWN) LIMIT NOT DETECTED:
appears when the abnormal upper (down) limit switch is suspected.
TRAIN MOTOR: DISCONNECTION
appears when the abnormal train motor is suspected.
TILT MOTOR: DISCONNECTION
appears when the abnormal tilt motor is suspected.
TRAIN MOTOR: ABNORMAL DETECTION OF ORIGIN
appears when the abnormal train motor or the abnormal detection of training position inside
the soundome is suspected.
TRAIN MOTOR: STEP OUT
appears when the abnormal train motor or the abnormal detection of training position inside
the soundome is suspected.
NOTE!
Both TRAIN MOTOR: ABNORMAL DETECTION OF ORIGIN and TRAIN MOTOR: STEP OUT
appear when the Hall IC board in the soundome is abnormal.
TRAIN MOTOR: DISCONNECTION, TRAIN MOTOR: ABNORMAL DETECTION OF ORIGIN and
TRAIN MOTOR: STEP OUT appear all when the soundome is total breakdown.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to select
“RETURN MARK” and press the Cursor
Selection key (○/+) to close this menu.
Select “SAVE REPORT” to store the report of Self
Check in the USB memory.
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FUNCTION SETTINGS
MAINTENANCE
[MODE DIAL – MENU 2 – MAINTENANCE]
MAINTENANCE Press the Cursor Selection key
RETURN MARK (○/+) to return to MENU 2.
LANGUAGE ENGLISH (en)
TIME 2013-06-05 17:36:22
ELAPSED TIME 24H
UPDATE Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑)
BACKUP to select the desired item to change.
RECOVERY Each menu appears after the Cursor
VERSION Selection key (○/+) pressed.
S-1900
LANGUAGE
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “LANGUAGE”.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to to select the desired language.
It is required to turn the power off once to determine the language.
Hold the OFF key for a while and then turn the ON key.
ELAPSED TIME
It indicates the total time that elapses while the S-1900 operating and can be reset.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “ELAPSED TIME”.
The following menu appears on the bottom of the screen after pressing the Cursor Selection
key (○/+).
ELAPSED TIME RESET
? Do you reset elapsed time?
OK CANCEL
CANCEL: Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to to select “CANSEL” and press the Cursor
Selection key (○/+) to finish this menu.
OK: Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “OK” and press the Cursor Selection key
(○/+) to reset the elapsed time. 0H appears on the screen.
1. UPDATE
This is the way to update the version of the program.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “UPDATE”.
The following menu appears on the bottom of the screen after pressing the Cursor Selection
key (○/+). Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to select.
UPDATE
! Insert the USB stick contains updated files Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to
select “CANCEL” and press the Cursor
NEXT CANCEL Selection key (○/+) to close this menu.

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FUNCTION SETTINGS
[ HOW TO UPDATE VERSION ]
Insert the USB stick contains the upgraded files.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to select “NEXT”.
Pressing the Cursor Selection key ○/+ updates the program.
After rebooting the unit, it is operated with the updated version.
2. BACKUP
This is the way to back up the settings.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “BACKUP”.
The following menu appears on the bottom of the screen after pressing the Cursor Selection
key (○/+). Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to select.
BACKUP
? Where to back up? Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →)
! Plug in Memory stick now in case of USB to select “CANCEL” and press the Cursor
work. Selection key (○/+) to close this menu.
INTERNAL MEMORY USB
CANCEL
[ HOW TO BACK UP THE SETTINGS ]
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to select where to back up (INTERNAL or MEMORY USB)
and press the Cursor Selection key (○/+) to backup the settings.
3. RECOVERY
This is the way to recover the settings.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “RECOVERY”.
The following menu appears on the screen after pressing the Cursor Selection key
(○/+). Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to select.
RECOVERY
? Which item do you store? Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →)
! Plug in Memory stick now in case of USB to select “CANCEL” and press the Cursor
work. Selection key (○/+) to close this menu.
INTERNAL MEMORY USB
FACTORY SETTTINGS CANCEL
[ HOW TO RECOVER THE SETTINGS ]
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to select what to recover (INTERNAL, MEMORY USB or
FACTORY SETTINGS) and press the Cursor Selection key (○/+) to recover the settings.
Selecting the factory settings will back to the factory settings.
4. VERSION
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “VERSION” to know the version of the program in
this unit.
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CHAPTER 5
DESCRIPTIONS of
DIALS and KEYS
This Chapter explains how to use the dials and keys.
Dials Mode Dial 93
Range Dial 93
Sector Dial 94
Brightness Dial 95
Gin Dial 95
Far Gain Dial 95
Keys Power Supply Key ON/OFF 96
Hoist Key 96
Sensor Lamp 96
Bearing Key 97
Tilt Key 98
Cursor key 99
Target Lock Key 101
Mark Key 102
Threshold Key 102
Operation Mode Key 103
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DIALS
MODE DIAL
The display mode is selected.
The Sub-Display menu displayed in the right split screen can be set via “MENU 2”.
CF page 66
The own ship’s position in the Off-Center Mode can be set via “MENU 2”.
CF page 73
OFF-CENTER MODE BOTTOM-SCAN MODE SOUNDER MODE
SONAR MODE (360 degree coverage) RANGE SETTING MENU
MODE FUNCTION SETTING MENU
RANGE DIAL
The basic ranges can be changed.
8 ranges can be set via “MENU 1”. CF page 56
The unit of range measurement can be selected via “MENU 2”. CF page 80
The display (ON/OFF) of Scale dots can be selected via “MENU 2”. CF page 73
Display of the Range in selected unit
Changes this distance
SCALE DOTS

RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR



RANGE SET MENU
VER X. XX

RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
3 4
MENU2
MENU 1
CHECK
SELF
............

VER X.XX
CHECK
SELF
MENU 2
............
RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
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DIALS
SECTROR DIAL
The horizontal training angle can be changed when SONAR MODE selected.
The vertical training angle can be changed when BOTTOM-SCAN MODE selected.
[SONAR MODE] [BOTTOM-SCAN MODE]
Displays the selected sector angle
Changes this angle
Changes this angle.
Clockwise rotation ( ) increases the sector width and counterclockwise rotation ( )
decreases it. The desired step can be selected via “MENU 2”. CF page 72
SONAR MODE
5° STEP 5° 25° 45° 85° 125° 165° 205° 360°
10° STEP 10° 30° 50° 90° 130° 170° 210° 360°
15° STEP 15° 45° 75° 105° 135° 165° 225° 360°
BOTTOM-SCAN MODE
3° STEP 3° 27° 45° 63° 93° 117° 147° 177°
5° STEP 5° 25° 45° 65° 95° 115° 145° 175°
RANGE
BEARING
MARKER
CURSOR
SECTOR
TILT ANGLE
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DIALS
BRIGHTNESS DIAL
(S-1900 M15)
Screen brilliance can be increased by rotating this dial clockwise
and decreases by rotating it counterclockwise.
This dial cannot adjust the brightness of control panel and it’s
brightness can be only set via “MENU 2 – PANEL BRIGHTNESS”.
CF page 82
GAIN DIAL
0 10









GAIN
Rotating this dial clockwise can adjust or increase the
sensitivity of the sonar display.
The gain value can be set via “MENU 2 – GAIN UP”. CF page 60
FAR GAIN DIAL
0 10









FAR GAIN
Rotating this dial clockwise increases sensitivity of the sonar for the
last half of the displayed range and adjusts the TVG curve.
CF page 61
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KEYS
POWER ON/OFF KEYS
ON key
Press this key to turn on the power. The soundome is automatically lowered.
The sensor lamp on the control panel lights while the soundome is being lowered.
The sign “Please wait” appears on the bottom of the screen. The sonar operation starts
after the sign disappears.
OFF key
Press this key to turn off the power. The soundome is automatically raised.
The sign “Please wait” appears on the bottom of the screen. The power is turned off after
the sign disappears.
The sensor lamp ( ) is off after the soundome is retracted into the Trunk Pipe.
Do not turn off the power on the hull unit until the sensor lamp is off.
HOIST KEYS
↑ : HOIST UP KEY / ↓ : HOIST DOWN KEY
The hoist keys raises and lowers the soundome while operating the S-1900.
Pressing the hoist up key raises the soundome and the mark on the lower left screen
changes into the up arrow (↑). The sensor lamp is off after the retraction of the soundome is
completed.
Pressing the hoist down key lowers the soundome, the mark changes into the down
arrow (↓) and the sensor lamp lights.
Down the ship’s speed and press the hoist down key in case the soundome is retracted by the
function “AUTO RETRACT”.
NOTE!
[ X ] in red appears on the left corner of the screen in case of the malfunction
of raising/lowering of the Soundome.
SENSOR LAMP
The sensor lamp lights while the soundome is being lowered.
Do not turn off the power on the hull unit until the sensor lamp is off.
SENSOR LAMP
The sensor lamp lights while the soundome is in this range.
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KEYS
BEARING KEY
[SONAR MODE]
The center direction of the detection range can be shifted as follows.
5°step shift Displays values of Sector angle
Shifts the center Shifts the center
counterclockwise clockwise
This key changes
the center direction
This arrow mark shows the center direction.
[BOTTOM-SCAN MODE]
The direction of the detection range can be shifted.
5°step shift
This key changes This key changes
scanning direction scanning direction
counterclockwise clockwise
Display of scanning direction
Displays the scanning
direction of the bow.
Displays the direction
of the bow every 90°.
[SOUNDER MODE]
The direction of the detection range can be shifted together with “TILT KEY”.
The shifted angle is the same with BOTTOM-SCAN MODE.
CF page 99
RANGE
SECTOR
TILT ANGLE
MARKER
CURSOR
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KEYS
TILT KEY
[SONAR MODE]
The tilt angle can be changed.
Changes this angle.
Displays
Shifts upward. Tilt angle
TILT
Shifts downward. Displays the Tilt angle.
Variable Tilt angle: in increments of 1°from -5°( 0°) to -90°
[BOTTOM-SCAN MODE]
The scanning center can be shifted.
This key changes the scanning
center and the Tilt angle.
TILT Shifts clockwise
Shifts counterclockwise
Depth beneath Own ship Beneath Own ship ( -90°)
Displays the angle and
the center of direction.
Center is Set in the arrow range. Set in the arrow range.
beneath Own ship.
Own ship’s Own ship’s Own ship’s
position position position
in center shifted shifted
rightward leftward
Variable Tilt angle (Refer to the page 72 for the setting of step.)
3°step: in increments of 3°from –3°to –90°
5°step: in increments of 5°from –5°to –90°

RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
5゜
0゜
-90゜
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KEYS
[SOUNDER MODE]
The direction of emitting the sound wave and the bearing of the detection can be shifted
together with “BEARING KEY”.
Indicator Indicator
Tilt angle Bearing angle
Use the Tilt key to set this angle.
Displays of the bearing angle
Displays of the tilt angle
Use the Bearing key to
set the direction of the
detection.
No depth display other than the tilt angle
–90°(beneath own ship) selected.
Variable Tilt angle: in increments of 1°from –5°( 0°) to –90°
Use the Depth marker to measure the depth other than the tilt angle –90°.
CURSOR KEY
Use 2 types (one type in case of SOUNDER MODE) of Cursor to display the range from
own ship to the cursor location.
Use the Cursor selection key to select the cursor.
Use the Cursor shift keys to move the cursor.
○/+ key [SONAR MODE] Ring marker and Cross cursor ON/OFF available
[BOTTOM-SCAN MODE] Depth scale and Cross cursor ON/OFF available
[SOUNDER MODE] Depth scale ON/OFF available
↑ key Ring marker enlarged, Cross cursor shifted upward,
Depth scale shifted to the shallower range
↓ key Ring marker reduced, Cross cursor shifted downward,
Depth scale shifted to the deeper range
← key Cross cursor shifted leftward
→ key Cross cursor shifted rightward

RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
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KEYS
[when the power turned on]
No cursors appear on the screen when the power turned on. Press the Cursor selection
key (○/+) to activate the function.
Press the Cursor shift keys (↓ or ↑) to display the Marker.
Press the Cursor selection key again to activate this function.
(In case of SOUNDER MODE, this function is off.)
Inactive functions are displayed in yellow.
The Marker and the Cursor disappear after pressing the Cursor selection key again.
[when the Marker selected] (Cross cursor displayed in yellow or no display)
SONAR MODE
Horizontal distance (a)
MARKER Slant distance (b) This key sets
Depth (c) the marker distance shorter.
This key cursor
sets the marker
distance longer.
Changes this distance
Marker distance
BOTTOM SCAN MODE SOUNDER MODE
Shifts the Marker Horizontal distance
MARKER upward. MARKER Slant distance
CURSOR Depth
Shifts the Marker
downward.
MARKER DEPTH (DEPTH SCALE) MARKER DEPTH (SLANT DISTANCE)
*Marker data displays in the submenu.


RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR



c b
30.5 32.5
RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
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KEYS
[when the Cross cursor selected] (Marker displayed in yellow or no display)
In case of SOUNDER MODE this function is inactive.
Use the Cursor shift keys to place the cursor where desired.
The data of the “Cross Cursor” is displayed in the submenu.
SONAR MODE BOTTOM-SCAN MODE
: Bearing : Bearing
: H.distance : H.distance
: S.distance : S.distance
: Depth :Depth
This Cross cursor is also used for placing the event mark (CF page 102) and target mark (CF
page 79).
TARGET LOCK KEY ( )
The following Target lock key actions are available in the SONAR MODE and in the
BOTTOM-SCAN MODE – MODE 0 only and it is different action depending on the selected
menu via “MENU 2 – TARGET LOCK.
-Setting MODE 0: the train direction is reversed.
-Setting MODE 1 & 2: it tracks the target automatically.
-Setting MODE 3 (an external navigator should be connected):
Place the Cross cursor on the target and press the Target lock key.
A target mark is inscribed at the Cross cursor location and tracks the target
automatically. Refer to the page 78 “TARGET LOCK” for details.
NOTE!
This Target lock key is not available other than the above Modes.
RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR

RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
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KEYS
MARK KEY ( )
The Mark key functions to mark desired locations on the screen, and 5 marks can be
inscribed at the Cross cursor locations desired.
Move the Cross cursor to the desired locations and press the Mark key.
The Mark ( ) appears at the Cross cursor location and moves with ship’s movement.
This mark also appears on the screen
when the sub-display, WAKE display is active.
MARK
THRESHOLD KEY ( )
This key can eliminate the appearance of unwanted week colors.
It can eliminate small fish and unidentified objects and display the clearer images.
Each time this key is pressed, one of the weakest display colors is eliminated.
Color scale
7 colors 6 colors 5 colors 4 colors 3 colors 2 colors

RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR
TILT
MARKER
CURSOR

RANGE
BEARING
SECTOR
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KEYS
OPERATION MODE KEY
3 different types of customized operation settings can be registered previously.
Press one of the Operation mode keys to operate the units with the desired settings soon
after pressing it.
Open MENU 2 display and press one of the Operation mode keys.
The following “OPERATION MODE” menu appears on the screen.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to highlight the item to change.
Use the Cursor Shift key (← or →) to change the setting values.
OPERATION MODE 1 (2, or 3)
DISPLAY MODE SET VALUE Each time the Cursor shift key (← or →)
RANGE SET VALUE Pressed, the value changes
STEP SET VALUE
SECTOR SET VALUE
BEARING SET VALUE
TILT SET VALUE
GAIN UP SET VALUE
TVG CURVE SET VALUE
Use the Mode dial to back to the desired mode after the settings completed.
Press one of the desired keys (1, 2 or 3) to activate the memorized operation menu.
Even if the settings are changed via MENU 2 or Control panel, the settings in the Operation
mode (1, 2 or 3) remain.
In case the settings are changed via MENU 2 or Control panel while the Operation mode
is used, the action will follow the changed settings, but it back to the Operation mode by
pressing one of the operation mode keys again.
NOTE!
This is the way to register the operation mode being used without opening the
“OPERATION MODE” menu.
Hold one of the operation mode keys (1, 2 or 3) for 3 seconds after the first
buzzer. The desired settings is registered in the selected operation mode key
after the buzzer sounds again.
Do not release the key until the second buzzer sounds.
Otherwise the new settings cannot be registered.
Selecting [MODE DIAL - MENU2 – OTHERS – OPE.MODE MEMORY OFF]
can protect overwriting the new settings of the operation.
CF page 84
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CHAPTER 6
OPTION
This chaper provides you the explanation related to the optional input/output terminals
and the remote controller.
Option Option List 105
Input/Output Terminals 106
Input/Output Terminals (M12) 107
Input/Output Terminals (M15) 108
Input/Output Terminals (MBB) 109
Remote Controller 110
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OPTION
OPTION LIST
For M12/M15/MBB
P. No. Description
OP-287 Remote Controller Connect
Cable Assy
Terminal for Recmote Controller
CRC-201 Remote Controller with 4m cable
OP-360 VGA Connect Cable Assy Terminal for VGA Output
(to connect an external monitor)
OP-190 Trigger Output Cable 36981D
(one side of the cable is chopped)
To connect Trigger Output to the
Sounders of other companies
(5m)
OP-191 Trigger Output Cable 36982D
(with FM14-8Pplug)
To connect Trigger Output to the
Suzuki Sounders (5m)
TS2GJFV33 USB Flash Drive
(2GB)
For the backup of the settings
or the storage of the report of
Self Check
For M12
P. No. Description
OP-131 Panel Mount Fittings for
12.1-inch LCD
For mounting the panel
For S-1900 H
P. No. Description
OP-700 S-1900
Junction Box Mounting Kit
For mounting Junction Box on the
Hull Unit
Hull Unit
Junction Box
Junction Box Mounting Kit
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OPTION
INPUT/OUTPUT TERMINALS
The following optional terminals are required to connect a remote controller and an
External monitor.
This is to indicate the settings for the interface setups.
Note that the connection cables between the S-1900 and the external units to be connected
are not supplied as standard.
P. No. NAMES of TERMINALS TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
OP-287 REMOTE CONTROLLER
OP-360 VGA OUTPUT
(TERMINAL for
EXTERNAL MONITOR)
No1: RED OUTPUT
No2: GREEN OUTPUT
No3: BLUE OUTPUT
No5: GND
No6: RED GND
No7: GREEN GND
No8: BLUE GND
No10: GND
No13: H-SYNC
No14: V-SYNC
OTHER Nos:NC
STANDARD
SUPPLY
ALARM
(TERMINAL for
EXTERNAL BUZZER)
No1: ALARM
No2: ALARM
※not used currently
※normally open contact
STANDARD
SUPPLY
TRIG - OUT
(TERMINAL for
TRIGGER OUTPUT)
No1:TRIGGER OUTPUT+
No2: SHIELD
No3: TRIGER OUTPUT-
STANDARD
SUPPLY
NAV - IN
(TERMINAL for
NAVIGATOR)
No1: SIGNAL INPUT+
No2: SIGNAL INPUT-
No3: SHIELD
No4: SIGNAL OUTPUT+
No5: SIGNAL OUTPUT-
STANDARD
SUPPLY
NMEA - OUT
(TERMINAL for
NAVIGATOR or
Something else)
No1: SIGNAL INPUT+
No2: SIGNAL INPUT-
No3: SHIELD
No4: SIGNAL OUTPUT+
No5:SIGNAL OUTPUT-
No6: NC
STANDARD
SUPPLY
SERIAL - IF
(TERMINAL for
EXTERNAL SOUNDER)
No1: SIGNAL INPUT+
No2: SIGNAL INPUT-
No3: SHIELD
No4: SIGNAL OUTPUT+
No5:SIGNAL OUTPUT-
No6: NC
No7: NC
STANDARD
SUPPLY
TRIG - IN
(TERMINAL for
TRIGGER INPUT)
No1: TRIGGER INPUT
No2: NC
No3: NC
No4: NC
No5: GND
No6: NC
No7: NC
No8: SHIELD
※ Note that nothing should be connected to the above NC.
A navigator can be connected to NMEA-OUT terminal (No.1 and No.2), but the data of
NAV-IN terminal will prior to NMEA-OUT terminal (No.1 and No.2).
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OPTION
INPUT/OUTPUT TERMINALS (M12)
Remove all cables connected to the rear side of the monitor M12 before mounting any
terminals.
1) Remove 8 Binding Screws holding the Case Cover and the Rear Panel
(Drawing A position).
2) Remove 4 Tapping Screws holding the Case Cover and the Front Case
(Drawing B position) and remove the Case Cover backward.
3) Remove the Blind Lid to mount the terminal. Mount it referring to the above drawing.
4) Insert the connector of the terminal into the specified terminal of the Main Board or
the External Connecting Board. CF page 109
-VGA OUTPUT Terminal → J3 or J4 on the Main Board
-REMOTE CONTROLLER TERMINAL → J3
5) Put the Case Cover back to its original place after finishing the mounting work.
VGA Terminal Remote ControllerTerminal
B
A
Do not open the Case Cover
thoughtlessly.
There might be some high
voltage potion inside the unit
which sometimes causes
death or injury.
Only qualified personnel
should work on mounting
terminals.
DANGER
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OPTION
INPUT/OUTPUT TERMINALS (M15)
Remove all cables connected to the rear side of the monitor M15 before mounting any
terminals.
1) Remove 10 Binding Screws holding the Case Cover and the Rear Panel
(Drawing A position).
2) Remove the Blind Lid to mount the terminal. Mount it referring to the above drawing.
3) Insert the connector of the terminal into the specified terminal of the Main Board or the
External Connecting Board. CF page 109
-VGA OUTPUT Terminal → J3 or J4 on the Main Board
-REMOTE CONTROLLER TERMINAL → J3 on the External Connecting board
4) Put the Rear Case back to its original place after finishing the mounting work.
A
DANGER
Do not open the Case Cover
thoughtlessly.
There might be some high
voltage potion inside the unit
which sometimes causes
death or injury.
Only qualified personnel
should work on mounting
terminals.
VGA Terminal Remote ControllerTerminal
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OPTION
INPUT/OUTPUT TERMINALS (MBB)
Remove all cables connected to the unit, the MBB before mounting any terminals.
1) Remove 4 Binding Screws holding the Lid of the MBB and remove the Lid
(Drawing A position).
2) Remove the Blind Lid or the Cap to mount the terminal.
Mount it referring to the above drawing.
3) Insert the connector of the terminal into the specified terminal of the Main Board or the
External Connecting Board.
-VGA OUTPUT Terminal → J3 or J4 on the Main Board No.792
-REMOTE CONTROLLER TERMINAL → J3 on the External Connecting board No.796
4) Put the Lid of the MBB back to its original place after finishing the mounting work.
Main Board No.792 External Connecting Board No.796
A
J3
J4
J3
VGA Terminal
Remote ControllerTerminal
Do not open the Case Cover
thoughtlessly.
There might be some high
voltage potion inside the unit
which sometimes causes
death or injury.
Only qualified personnel
should work on mounting
terminals.
DANGER
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OPTION
REMOTE CONTROLLER
Connect the terminal of the Remote Controller to the specified port.
[MODE DIAL – MENU 2 – REMOTE CONTROL]
1) Select the Mode Dial (MENU 2)
2) Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to select “REMOTE CONTROL” and press the Cursor
Selection key (○/+) so that the following menu appears on the screen.
Use the Cursor Shift key (↓ or ↑) to
select the key number to be changed.
The number shows the key number
of the Remote Controller.
Each time the Cursor Shift key (← or →) pressed, the item appears in the following orders.
[ OPE. MODE 1, OPE. MODE 2, OPE.MODE3, TARGET, MARK, THRESHOLD, CURSOR SEL.,
CURSOR UP, CURSOR DOWN, CURSOR RIGHT, CURSOR LEFT, RANGE SHALLOW, RANGE DEEP,
HOIST UP, HOIST DOWN, TILT UP, TILT DOWN, BEARING RIGHT, BEARING LEFT, OPE.MODE 1……….]
All ranges of the range setting menu can be controlled by the remote control keys unitl the
Range Dial operated.
REMOTE CONTROL (Initial Settings)
RETURN MARK
1 BEARING LEFT
2 BEARING RIGHT
3 HOIST UP
4 TILT UP
5 HOIST DOWN
6 TILT DOWN
7 MARK
8 TARGET
Bearing Key
changes the center direction right
or left.
Tilt Key
adjusts the Tilt Angle.
Target Lock Key
reverses the sector rotary direction
or the track the reaction
automatically.
Hoist Key
raises or lowers
the Soundome.
Mark Key
enters the Mark.
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ADDITIONS
DISPOSAL
DISPOSAL OF S-1900
Dispose of the S-1900 in accordance with local regulations.
DISPOSAL OF LITHIUM BATTERY
Place a piece of adhesive tape across the plus and minus terminals before disposing of the
llithium battery. Dispose of the lithium battery in accordance with local regulations.
The S-1900 contains the lithium battery of high-density energy.
Careless disposal of the lithium battery causes electric shorts, impact, heat, electrical shock,
explosion, injury, fire and so on.
WARNING
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ADDITIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
DISPLAY UNIT
Model Name S-1900 M12 S-1900 M15 S-1900 MBB
Display 12.1-inch TFT color LCD 15-inch TFT color LCD w/out Display Unit
Weight 9kg (bracket included) 12kg (keyboard included) 1kg (keyboard)+4.5kg (control unit)
Power Supply 10.5 - 30 Vdc 20 - 30 Vdc 20 - 30 Vdc
Sonar Type Searchlight Sonar
Ranges 8 ranges freely set (Meters, Feet, Fathoms, Braccia can be selected)
Sector Angle (5° STEP) 5° 25° 45° 85° 125° 165° 205° 360°
(Sonar Mode) (10°STEP) 10° 30° 50° 90° 130° 170° 210° 360°
(15°STEP) 15° 45° 75° 105° 135° 165° 225° 360°
Sector Angle (3° STEP) 3° 27° 45° 63° 93° 117° 147° 177°
(Bottom Scan Mode) (5° STEP) 5° 25° 45° 65° 95° 115° 145° 175°
Sector Center Sector center can be set every 5° step.
Tilt Angle +5° (0°) to -90° (1° step)
Display Mode Sonar mode + Data display, Off-center mode + Data display
Off-center on the whole screen (new !), Bottom scan mode+Data display,
Sounder Mode + Data display
Sub-Display Historical display, +Press display, + A-scope display, Track, EXT, Sounder display
Data Display Range, Sector angle, Range scale, Power supply voltage, Water temperature,
Color scale, Interference rejection, Gain, Far Gain, TVG graph, Lattitude/Longitude and
speed (option)
(Sonar/Off-Center) Secter center angle, Tilt angle, Tilt angle indicator, Ring marker, Cross Cursor
Compass (option), Navigation (option)
(Bottom Scan) Own ship position, Scan image (2 types), VRM, Depth
Additions Operation mode (3 modes), Off-center (4 changes), Train correct, Power rejection
Gain adjust, Temperature adjust, Pulse width control, TVG change, Target lock
Color change (4 types + 2 types of color palette settings), Dynamic range
Interference rejection, Threshold, Filter (OFF/1/2), Gain control, Far gain control
Brightness control, External trigger synchronization, Trigger signal output
Hoist sensor lamp, Audio (optional speaker required), Stabilizer (up to 25°controllable)
Soundome automatic retract (Navigator connect required), Full-screen gain control (new!)
External Input Trigger input, Navigator input, External sounder input, Remote controller input
External Output External buzzer, Trigger output, NMEA output, XGA output, Audio output
USB terminal (memory for setting values)
HULL UNIT
Model Name S-1900 H80 S-1900 H140 S-1900 H180
Frequency 80kHz 140kHz 180kHz
Weight Hoist: 32kg (trunk pipe excluded) / Junction box: 5kg
Power Supply 10.5 – 30 VDC
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Printed in JAPAN NOT FOR SALE

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