GARMIN PANOPTIX (01) PDF MANUAL


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PDF Content Summary: PANOPTIXTM ICE FISHING MOUNT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Important Safety Information WARNING See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the chartplotter or fishfinder product box for product warnings and other important information. To obtain best performance and to avoid possible damage, you must install this mount using these instructions. Read all installation instructions before proceeding with the installation. If you experience difficulty during the installation, go to support.garmin.com for more information. Assembling the Panoptix Ice Fishing Mount You need a Phillips screwdriver and the included 5 mm hex wrench to assemble the ice fishing mount and attach the transducer. 1 Insert the Phillips head sheet metal screws into the four corners of the ice mount base. The screws protrude from the bottom of the base to help stabilize the mount when it is on the ice. 2 Locate the handle and the top pole segment. 3 Place the base between the handle and the top pole , and screw them together. 4 Determine how many of the three middle pole segments you need to use, based on the thickness of the ice. TIP: The top of the transducer must be below the bottom of the ice for best performance. 5 Screw together the needed segments, with the shortest segment on the bottom of the pole. 6 Refer to the transducer installation instructions and follow the steps for mounting the transducer on a shaft. 7 After mounting the transducer on the pole, use the hook and loop straps to secure the transducer cable to the pole. 8 Position the transducer for the desired view. 9 Place the mount base around the hole in the ice. 10Rotate the handle to aim the transducer. Transducer Viewing Angle Adjusting the transducer viewing angle enables you to see optimal imagery in each viewing mode. Adjusting the transducer angle to forward view allows you to see around the transducer. Adjusting the transducer angle to downward view allows you to see below the transducer. After adjusting the transducer to the desired viewing angle, you can check the view on the chartplotter screen by navigating to the viewing menu. Instructions for setting the viewing mode vary by model, so refer to the transducer installation instructions and the chartplotter owner's manual for more details. TIP: You may want to experiment to find the best angle for your sonar needs. Water conditions and bottom conditions affect the depth and range performance of the transducer. You should use caution and observe the water depth and range, especially when your unit is operating in manual range or depth mode. © 2017 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries Garmin® and the Garmin logo are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries, registered in the USA and other countries. PanoptixTM is a trademark of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries. These trademarks may not be used without the express permission of Garmin. June 2020 GUID-6712E8AB-1AA0-4E5E-8ABD-E805A26B03C0 v2

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