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Hvordan endre kilde med Point-1


Vi i Team Colibri får mye spørsmål fra dere der ute, og svarer som best vi kan. Her fikk vi spørsmål fra en person som hadde installert en Point-1, men ønsket å vite hvordan han endret på kildevalg for data fra denne.


Lowrance/ Simrad Point-1.

Vi har tidligere skrevet om hva Point-1 gjør, den artikkel finner du HER. Kort oppsummert er Point-1 både en GPS-mottager (gir deg posisjon) og et elektronisk kompass (gir deg kompasskurs), og for alle oss som fisker basert på hva vi ser på ekkolodd og kartplotter er den gull verdt.

Etter at du har installert Point-1 trykker du typisk på Pages-Innstillinger-Nettverk og Auto konfigurer på din kartplotter for å få kartplotteren til å bruke Point-1 for både posisjon og kurs. Men hva hvis du av en eller annen grunn ikke ønsker å bruke begge deler på akkurat den kartplotteren? Her viser vi deg hvordan du endrer kildevalg slik at du kan bestemme om plotteren skal bruke det ene eller det andre.


Et typisk eksempel er i en moderne sportsfiskebåt som både har kartplotter foran ved elmotoren og ved konsollen, og Point-1 montert bak på båten. Da ønsker man at kartplotteren ved konsollen skal bruke både posisjon og kurs fra Point-1 siden Point-1 da er nærmere ekkoloddgiveren enn kartplotteren ved konsollen. Men for kartplotteren foran ønsker man å bare bruke kurs fra Point-1 og den interne GPS-mottageren for posisjon, så ikke man får hele båtens lengde som " feilmargin" når man står foran og fisker.

Før vi slipper temaet Point-1 for denne gangen skal vi gjenta oss selv. Før du monterer din Point-1 permanent, så MÅ DU TESTE den skikkelig. Få båten på vannet og test deg gjennom hele turtallsintervallet til motoren din for å være sikker på at du ikke har magnetiske forstyrrelser der du ønsker å montere. Dobbeltsidig tape er perfekt for slik testmontering. Hent opp både kompasskurs og GPS-kurs på plotteren din, så lenge båten er i bevegelse skal disse to være 100% identiske. Er de ikke det, så finn feilen og rett den før du monterer permanent. Du kan IKKE kalibrere bort en magnetisk forstyrrelse, den må bort før montering.

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