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GHC 20 ™ Owner’s Manual April 2013 190-01610-00_0A Printed in Taiwan All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Garmin. Garmin reserves the right to change or improve its products and to make changes in the content of this manual without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes or improvements. Go to www.garmin.com for current updates and supplemental information concerning the use of this product. Garmin® and the Garmin logo are trademarks of Garmin Ltd.‍ or its subsidiaries, registered in the USA and other countries.‍ GHC™ and Shadow Drive™ are trademarks of Garmin Ltd.‍ or its subsidiaries.‍ These trademarks may not be used without the express permission of Garmin.‍ NMEA®, NMEA 2000®, and the NMEA 2000® logo are registered trademarks of the National Marine Electronics Association.‍ Introduction WARNING See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box for product warnings and other important information.‍ You are responsible for the safe and prudent operation of your vessel.‍ The autopilot is a tool that will enhance your capability to operate your boat.‍ It does not relieve you from the responsibility of safely operating your boat.‍ Avoid navigational hazards and never leave the helm unattended.‍ Always be prepared to promptly regain manual control of your boat.‍ Learn to operate the autopilot on calm and hazard-free open water.‍ Use caution when operating the autopilot near hazards in the water, such as docks, pilings, and other boats.‍ The autopilot system continuously adjusts the steering of your boat to maintain a constant heading.‍ In addition to the basic heading-hold functionality, the system allows manual steering and several modes of automatic-steering functions and patterns.‍ You can operate the autopilot system using the helm control device.‍ Using the helm control, you engage and steer, set up, and customize the autopilot system.‍ For information about installing, see the installation instructions for each device.‍ Device Overview À Á Â Ã Autopilot status/autopilot status indicator.‍ "Standby" appears in yellow, and the autopilot status indicator appears in yellow when the device is in standby mode.‍ "Heading Hold" appears in green, and the autopilot status indicator appears in green when the device is in heading hold.‍ Heading trend indicator.‍ Actual heading (in standby mode) Intended heading (with the autopilot is engaged) Rudder position indicator (This functionality is available only when a rudder sensor is connected.‍) Standby Mode CAUTION The autopilot does not steer the boat in standby mode.‍ You are responsible for controlling the helm, when in standby mode.‍ In standby mode, you can engage the autopilot and adjust settings.‍ "Standby" appears in yellow and the yellow LED indicator appears in the upper-right corner of the screen when the device is in standby mode.‍ Powerboat Autopilot Operation Heading Hold You can engage the autopilot heading hold function to maintain your current heading without steering the helm.‍ Engaging the Autopilot À Á Â Select to place the autopilot in standby mode and return to the heading screen.‍ When you engage the autopilot, the autopilot takes control of the helm and steers the boat to maintain your heading.‍ From the heading screen, select Engage.‍ "Heading Hold" appears in green at the top of the heading screen, and a green icon appears in the upper-right corner of the screen when the device is in heading hold.‍ Your intended heading shows in the center of the heading screen.‍ Select to open a menu or perform the function listed above the key.‍ Heading Adjustment Select to open the display settings menu.‍ Press twice to adjust the backlight.‍ Hold to turn off the device.‍ When the autopilot is engaged, you can adjust the heading using the keys on the helm control or using the helm if your autopilot is equipped with Shadow Drive™ technology.‍ Enabling Shadow Drive Heading Screen The heading screen displays the status of the autopilot.‍ NOTE: The Shadow Drive feature is for use only on power planing hull or power displacement hull boats.‍ Select Menu > Setup > User Autopilot Setup > Shadow Drive.‍ Adjusting Shadow Drive Sensitivity Select Menu > Setup > User Autopilot Setup > Shadow Drive Sensitivity.‍ Adjusting the Heading with the Helm NOTE: You must enable the Shadow Drive feature before you can adjust the heading using the helm (page 1).‍ Introduction 1 With the autopilot engaged, manually steer the boat.‍ The autopilot activates Shadow Drive mode.‍ When you release the helm and manually maintain a specific heading for a few seconds, the autopilot resumes a heading hold at the new heading.‍ The heading trend indicator appears, and the autopilot status indicator turns green to indicate the autopilot has control of the boat.‍ Selecting the Steering Mode Rudder steering mode turns the boat in 1° increments when you select a key.‍ Hold a key to turn the boat in a rate-controlled turn.‍ The boat continues to turn until you let go of the key.‍ Step steering mode turns the boat in increments of 10°.‍ You can customize step turn size increments (page 2).‍ 1 Select Menu > Steering Mode.‍ 2 Select Steering Mode to toggle between rudder steering mode and step steering mode.‍ Adjusting the Heading with the Keys Before you can steer your boat using the keys at the bottom of the helm control, you must have the autopilot engaged.‍ • Select or to use rudder steering mode.‍ NOTE: Rudder steering mode is for use only on power planing hull or power displacement hull boats.‍ • Hold 1°> 10°>> or <<10° <1° to use step steering mode.‍ Adjusting the Step Steering Increment 1 Select Menu > Steering Mode > Step Turn Size.‍ 2 Select or .‍ 3 Select Done.‍ Direction Control Direction control informs the autopilot which direction the boat is moving (forward or reverse) using the helm control.‍ Enabling Direction Control 1 Select Menu > Setup > User Autopilot Setup > Direction Control.‍ 2 Select Enabled.‍ Using Direction Control Before you can use direction control, you must enable the direction control functionality (page 2).‍ When traveling in standby mode, select Direction.‍ appears in the upper-right corner.‍ Steering Patterns WARNING You are responsible for the safe operation of your boat.‍ Do not begin a pattern until you are certain that the water is clear of obstacles.‍ The autopilot can steer the boat in preset patterns for fishing, and it can also perform other specialty maneuvers such as Uturns and Williamson turns.‍ Pattern steering is not based on GPS, and it can be used without a GPS device connected to the autopilot.‍ Zigzag Pattern The zigzag pattern steers the boat from port to starboard and back, over a specified time and angle, across your current heading.‍ Setting Up the Zigzag Pattern You can modify the amplitude and period of the zigzag pattern.‍ The default values are 30° and 1.‍5 minutes.‍ 1 Select Menu > Pattern Steering > Zigzag > Setup > Zigzag Amplitude.‍ Select or to set the amplitude in increments of 5°.‍ 2 2 3 4 5 6 Select Done.‍ Select Setup > Zigzag Period.‍ Select or to set the period.‍ Select Done.‍ Following a Zigzag Pattern Select Menu > Pattern Steering > Zigzag > Engage.‍ Circles Pattern The circles pattern steers the boat in a continuous circle, in a specified direction, and at a specified time interval.‍ Setting Up the Circles Pattern 1 Select Menu > Pattern Steering > Circles > Time.‍ 2 Select or to set the time.‍ 3 Select Done.‍ Following the Circles Pattern 1 Select Menu > Pattern Steering > Circles > Engage.‍ 2 Select an option: • Select • Select to begin a clockwise turn.‍ to begin a counter-clockwise turn.‍ U-Turn Pattern The u-turn pattern turns the boat around 180° and maintains the new heading.‍ There are no settings to adjust the u-turn pattern.‍ Following the U-Turn Pattern 1 Select Menu > Pattern Steering > U-Turn > Engage.‍ 2 Select an option: • Select to begin a starboard turn.‍ • Select to begin a port turn.‍ Williamson Turn The Williamson turn pattern turns the boat around with the intent of running alongside the location where the Williamson turn pattern was initiated.‍ There are no settings to adjust the Williamson turn pattern.‍ The Williamson turn pattern can be used in man overboard situations.‍ Following the Williamson Turn Pattern WARNING The Williamson turn pattern is not determined by GPS and is affected by wind, current, and speed.‍ Be ready to adjust the throttle and take the helm to avoid harm to a person in the water.‍ CAUTION The boat must be below planing speed when using this pattern.‍ 1 Select Menu > Pattern Steering > Williamson Turn > Engage.‍ 2 Select an option: • Select to begin a starboard turn.‍ • Select to begin a port turn.‍ Cancelling a Steering Pattern • Physically steer the boat.‍ NOTE: Shadow Drive must be enabled to cancel a steering pattern by physically steering the boat.‍ • Select or to cancel a pattern using rudder steering mode.‍ • Select <<10° <1° or 1°> 10°>> to cancel a pattern using step steering mode.‍ • Select STBY.‍ Powerboat Autopilot Operation GPS Steering Patterns WARNING You are responsible for the safe operation of your boat.‍ Do not begin a GPS pattern until you are certain that the water is clear of obstacles.‍ CAUTION Garmin® recommends using Follow Route only under motor power.‍ Using Follow Route while under sail can cause an unexpected gybe, risking damage to your sailboat.‍ Unattended sails and rigging can be damaged or cause injury to any crew or passengers during an unexpected gybe maneuver.‍ NOTE: The autopilot must be connected to a NMEA 2000® or NMEA® 0183 compatible chartplotter to follow a GPS steering pattern.‍ The autopilot can steer the boat along a route defined by your GPS device or in preset patterns based on a GPS location (waypoint).‍ To use GPS steering, you must have a compatible GPS device connected to the autopilot using NMEA 2000 or NMEA 0183.‍ GPS steering patterns are based on a GPS waypoint to which you are actively navigating using your optional GPS device.‍ This waypoint is called the active waypoint.‍ Following a GPS Steering Route The autopilot can steer the boat according to a route defined on a compatible GPS device.‍ 1 Create and navigate a route on your GPS device.‍ 2 Select Menu > GPS Steering > Follow Route.‍ Setting Up the Search Pattern You can adjust the distance between each circle in the spiral.‍ The default distance between circles in 50 ft.‍ (20 m).‍ 1 Select Menu > GPS Steering > Search > Spacing.‍ 2 Select or to set the distance.‍ 3 Select Done.‍ Following the Search Pattern 1 Select Menu > GPS Steering > Search > Engage.‍ 2 Select an option: • To begin a starboard turn, select .‍ • To begin a port turn, select .‍ Sailboat Autopilot Operation CAUTION When engaged, the autopilot controls only the rudder.‍ You and your crew remain responsible for the sails while the autopilot is engaged.‍ In addition to heading hold, you can use the autopilot to maintain a wind hold.‍ You can also use the autopilot to control the rudder while tacking and gybing.‍ Wind Hold You can set the autopilot to maintain a specific bearing relative to the current wind angle.‍ Your device must be connected to a NMEA 2000 or NMEA 0183 compatible wind sensor to perform a wind hold or a wind-based tack or gybe.‍ Orbit Pattern The orbit pattern steers the boat in a continuous circle around the active waypoint.‍ The size of the circle is defined by your distance from the active waypoint when you begin the orbit pattern.‍ Following an Orbit Pattern 1 Select Menu > GPS Steering > Orbit > Engage.‍ 2 Select an option: • Select to begin a clockwise turn.‍ • Select to begin a counter-clockwise turn.‍ Setting the Wind Hold Type Cloverleaf Pattern The cloverleaf pattern steers the boat to repeatedly pass over an active waypoint.‍ When you begin the cloverleaf pattern, the autopilot drives the boat toward the active waypoint and begins the cloverleaf pattern.‍ Setting Up the Cloverleaf Pattern You can adjust the distance from the waypoint at which the autopilot turns your boat for another pass over the waypoint.‍ The default setting turns the boat at a range of 1000 ft.‍ (300 m) from the active waypoint.‍ between the waypoint and the location where the autopilot turns the boat 1 Select Menu > GPS Steering > Cloverleaf > Length.‍ 2 Select or to set the range.‍ 3 Select Done.‍ Following the Cloverleaf Pattern 1 Select Menu > GPS Steering > Cloverleaf > Engage.‍ 2 Select an option: • To begin a starboard turn, select .‍ • To begin a port turn, select .‍ Before you can enable the wind hold type, you must connect a NMEA 2000 or NMEA 0183 wind sensor to the autopilot.‍ When the autopilot is in standby mode, select Wind Hold.‍ Search Pattern The search pattern steers the boat in increasingly larger circles outward from the active waypoint, forming a spiral pattern.‍ When you begin the search pattern, the autopilot drives the boat to the active waypoint and begins the pattern.‍ Sailboat Autopilot Operation Before you can enable the wind hold type, you must connect a NMEA 2000 or NMEA 0183 wind sensor to the autopilot.‍ For advanced autopilot configuration, see the installation instructions included with your autopilot.‍ 1 Select Menu > Setup > User Autopilot Setup > Wind Hold Type.‍ 2 Select Apparent or True.‍ Engaging Wind Hold Engaging Wind Hold from Heading Hold Before you can enable the wind hold type, you must connect a NMEA 2000 or NMEA 0183 wind sensor to the autopilot.‍ With heading hold engaged, select Menu > Wind Hold.‍ Adjusting the Wind Hold Angle with the Autopilot You can adjust the wind hold angle on the autopilot when wind hold is engaged.‍ • To adjust the wind hold angle in increments of 1°, select <<10° <1° or 1°> 10°>>.‍ • To adjust the wind hold angle in increments of 10°, hold <<10° <1° or 1°> 10°>>.‍ Tack and Gybe You can set the autopilot to perform a tack or gybe while heading hold or wind hold is engaged.‍ Tacking and Gybing from Heading Hold 1 Engage heading hold (page 1).‍ 2 Select Menu > Tack/Gybe.‍ or to choose a direction.‍ 3 Select 3 The autopilot steers your boat through a tack or gybe, and "Tacking" displays on the heading screen until the maneuver is complete.‍ Tacking and Gybing from Wind Hold Before you can engage wind hold, you must have a wind sensor installed.‍ 1 Engage wind hold (page 3).‍ 2 Select Menu > Tack/Gybe.‍ 3 Select TACK or GYBE.‍ The autopilot steers your boat through a tack or gybe, and information about the progress of the tack or gybe appears on the screen.‍ Setting a Tack and Gybe Delay The tack and gybe delay allows you to delay steering a tack and gybe after you initiate the maneuver.‍ 1 Select Menu > Setup > User Autopilot Setup > Sailing Configuration > Tack/Gybe Delay.‍ 2 Select or to determine the length of the delay (from 0 to 15 seconds).‍ 3 Select Done.‍ Enabling the Gybe Inhibitor NOTE: The gybe inhibitor does not prevent you from manually performing a gybe using the helm or step steering.‍ The gybe inhibitor prevents the autopilot from performing a gybe.‍ 1 Select Menu > Setup > User Autopilot Setup > Sailing Configuration > Gybe Inhibitor.‍ 2 Select Enabled.‍ Device Configuration User Autopilot Settings Select Menu > Setup > User Autopilot Setup.‍ Power Mode: Sets the device power mode to normal or economy mode.‍ Economy power mode allows you to set the percentage of power used to run the autopilot.‍ Power Saver: Controls the aggressiveness of the autopilot.‍ The autopilot makes fewer adjustments in power saver mode.‍ Configuring the Remote Control NOTE: The Garmin quatix™ watch can be configured to act as a remote control for the helm control.‍ See the instructions that came with the watch for more information.‍ You can connect one optional remote control to the helm control.‍ Select Menu > Setup > Remote.‍ Searching for a Remote Control Select Menu > Setup > Remote > Search for Remote.‍ Assigning Remote Button Actions CAUTION If you assign a pattern to a button on the remote control, remember that you are responsible for the safe operation of your boat.‍ Do not begin a pattern until you are certain the water is clear of obstacles.‍ NOTE: If you assign direction control functionality to a button on the remote, the autopilot must be in standby mode to change the direction (forward or reverse).‍ 1 Select Menu > Setup > Remote.‍ 2 Select a remote button to assign an action to.‍ 3 Select a button action.‍ 4 If necessary, repeat steps 2 and 3 for the remaining buttons.‍ Disconnecting a Remote Control 1 Select Menu > Setup > Remote.‍ 2 Select Disconnect Remote.‍ Display Settings Select Menu > Setup > Display.‍ Color Mode: Sets the device to display day or night colors.‍ Configure Colors: Sets the color configuration for each color mode.‍ For day color mode, you can select a full color or high contrast color configuration.‍ For night color mode, you can select a full color, red and black, or green and black color configuration.‍ Backlight: Sets the backlight level.‍ Network Sharing: Allows you to share color mode, color configuration, and backlight settings with other devices across the NMEA 2000 network.‍ System Settings Select Menu > Setup > System.‍ Units: Sets the units of measure.‍ Heading: Sets the reference used in calculating heading information.‍ Variance: Adjusts the variance from true north.‍ This setting is only available when the heading is set to True.‍ Beeper: Sets if and when audible sounds are used.‍ Auto Power: Enables the device to turn on automatically when the NMEA 2000 network turns on.‍ GHC Low Volt.‍ Alarm: Sounds an alarm when the voltage of the power supply connected to the device drops below a specified level.‍ Language: Sets the on-screen language.‍ Operating Mode: Allows you to set the operating mode to normal or store demo mode.‍ System Information: Allows you to view software information.‍ Factory Defaults: Resets the unit to factory defaults.‍ Pairing a Remote 1 Search for a remote control (page 4).‍ 2 Begin pairing the remote control according to the instructions that came with that accessory.‍ A message appears on the helm control after the remote has been paired successfully.‍ 3 Select Connect.‍ 4 Device Configuration www.garmin.com/support 913-397-8200 1-800-800-1020 0808 238 0000 +44 870 850 1242 1-866-429-9296 +43 (0) 820 220 230 +32 2 672 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