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I had one. Don't think you calibrate it. Reading is relative to it's mounting base. To change the direction reading, you would need to rotate the base.

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Is there such a thing as a reset for the Autohelm WIND ST 50? I purchased a boat with one that showed proper wind angle but not speed. I removed the sender, greased both the wind vane and cuos. now


I assume you have an ST-50 or ST60 windvane setup. These are the calibration instructions from the unit manual for the ST-50. They are the same for the ST-60 and ST-60+ units.

Hope it helps you.

Initial Calibration Windvane Alignment
Before the unit is used for navigational purposes the masthead transducer must be accurately aligned to the vessel. Before this procedure is carried out the windvane should be linearised as follows.

1 . Powerup lhe ST50 Plus Wind instrument.


2. Tum the vessel through two complete circles, making sure that the windvane remains in line with the wind -the instrument will automatically linearise the windvane.

Alignment
1. Press and hold CAL for 2 seconds until CO is displayed by the LCD.

2. Press < > to move the pointer to the correct wind angle.- WIND
- Press < > once to move the pointer by 1 degree.
- Press < > for 1 second to move the pointer by 10 degrees/second.
The LCD will now display the applied correction.

3. Press and hold CAL for 2 seconds to exit and store windvane alignment.

Windspeed Unit Selection

1 . Press and hold CAL until Ul (Knots) or U2 (Meters/second is displayed.

2. Press CALwithin 8 seconds to change the windspeed units selection.

3. After 8 seconds the wind instrument returns to normal operation.

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Autohelm st50 wind


Go to Raymarine.com to find the usermanual for these units. They should be helpful.

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Autohelm mast Wind speed unit. Bottom bearing worn out. Can this be replaced, or where can I get a full replacement unit. Len


The part number for the lower pod is Q002. I am willing to bet that Raymarine will not have any more of these. The new ST60+ version will read faster than what the wind is actually.

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Display control unit frozen, display just reads standby


The reason is because the housingin is a little bit broken or throw the keypad water came inside yuor Display and after this the oxidation ha destroyed a part of the printid circuit or the switch of the keypad

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Autohelm st50 how to calibrate??? wind instrument


I had one. Don't think you calibrate it. Reading is relative to it's mounting base. To change the direction reading, you would need to rotate the base.

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Erratic operation of Autohelm ST50 Tridata paddlewheel speed log


Hi Jim , I have the same problem. Did you solve yours thank you Martin RestauratorHamburg a yahoo.com

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Raymarine ST6002 Smartpilot Alarm Message ''Seatalk Fail 2''


Very possible that the Wind instrument has a defective Seatalk interface - it happened to me. You could try your Wind in another boat, just connecting it temporarily to the Seatalk Bus - if it jams those it is the problem

Your autopilot should have a separate Course Computer such as the 100, 400, S1... somewhere. Some models have two SeaTalk busses, and the recommended installation is to use one bus for the 6002 control head alone, and the other bus for instruments etc, so a SeaTalk fail on the instrument bus will not disable he Autopilot. I retired my boat this way (after the dealer took the one-bus shortcut).

The real solution is to have the Wind instrument fixed. The cheapest work-around is to cut the yellow SeaTalk wire between the 6002 and the Wind, so that the Wind instrument gets power but does not affect the data bus. That should let the AP and Wind each work normally and independently (no Wind-angle mode on the AP).

Raymarine have a forum you should join for more info and help.

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Raymarine ST50


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St60 wind instrument


You might want to double check that all of the spade connectors that are used to plug the wind transducer into the ST60 wind display are firmly plugged onto the display's terminals.

Because of the blind connection, sometimes the terminal ends up lodged between the red insulator and the spade, rather than within the spade connector itself. This results in intermittent or missing readings from one part of the sensor or more.

Also make sure the display is in Master mode. You will need to get into its setup mode to confirm this. The other possible mode is repeater, which would be used if this were a secondary readout.

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