My C series (120) display shows "no data source" on the radar display. I have a 48 inch Raymarine open array scanner. It apparently is not receiving the signal from the scanner, and the scanner won't turn on.
Well if you have a warenty bring it back to the store
if you dont you need a voltage tester and opening the scaner up
when you do thay find the first metal there is from the input voltage
put the probes on that it should be the voltage it says on the wire
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Re: raymarine radar won't power up
Click tis link and download manuals..in tat everythin was present...even service center details and warranty limitation are also available..if ur product in warranty period...contact service center and clear ur pro...its the best way i suggest
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Anything Raytheon is going to be tough now since it is no longer supported by Raymarine. You may still be best to start by calling Raymarine's tech dept to see what they say. If no luck, your next best try is probably EbaY.
It sounds like voltage loss could be your issue. You need to find the "Y" cable under the dashboard and measure the voltage at the point where it connects to the main 12V supply. Keep the meter on and then spin up the radar. If there is a fuse (there should be) make sure you are measuring on the radar side of the fuse. If the voltage drops off as the radar slows, you have found your problem. If the voltage stays constant and the connections are sound at the terminations in the radar pedestal, I would recommend you send the pedestal in to Raymarine.
The st8002 is not compatble with rs232 data. You need to supply it with nmea 0183 data. You will need to wire it to the "NMEA port IN" on the pilot to NMEA out on your Furuno and turn on the mnea sentances "out" on your Furuno. You will need to turn on at least the following sentances GGA GLL RMB RMC.Hope that helps.