Question about Raymarine ST60 A22012-P GPS Receiver
Hi. I have a boat with an ST60 instrument, was working fine, survived storm up to 60 knots (moored!) the other weekend. Last weekend going through a force 7 and over moderate seas it suddenly died - points to bow, dashes for speed. It's still up there on the mast! I'm hoping it was just a connector came loose, going to investigate, but can you tell me wiring layout and what signals to expect so I can test. Also, I have a speed transducer which gives a water temperature reading but no speed (I took transducer out, unfouled it and span it by hand, still reads 0.0, paddle doesn't appear damaged, any info on connections and signals to measure.
SOURCE: 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.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
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