Garmin GPSMAP 4000 Series Service Manual
Brand: Garmin, Pages: 84
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Hazard Colors—Turns hazard colors on or off. The Off setting shows the land as seen from the
water. The On setting indicates shallow water and land with a color scale. Blue indic\
water, yellow is shallow water, and red is very shallow water.
Mariner’s Eye 3D, Hazard Colors OffMariner’s Eye 3D, Hazard Colors On
For settings and options related to Range Rings, Safe Depth, and Lane Width, see page 13.
Using Fish Eye 3D
Using the depth contour lines of the BlueChart g2 Vision cartography, Fish Eye 3D provides an
underwater view of the sea floor or lake bottom. The Range keys adjust the view.
Suspended targets (such as fish) are indicated by red, green, and yellow spheres. Red indicates the
largest targets and green indicates the smallest.
Fish Eye 3D
Fish Eye 3D Settings
To access additional settings or options for the Fish Eye 3D screen, press MENU.
View—selects a fish-eye view of Fore, Aft, Port, or Starboard.
Sonar Cone—turns a cone on or off that shows the area covered by your transducer.
Sonar Data—shows the sonar readings received by your transducer for the best co\
sonar and mapping.
Tracks—turns the track log on or off.
Data Bars—shows or hides cruising, navigation, fishing, fuel, or sailing numbers (page 10).
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Using Fishing Charts
Use the fishing chart for a detailed view of the bottom contours and d epth soundings on the chart.
Fishing ChartNavigation Chart
The Fishing chart uses detailed bathymetric data on a preprogrammed BlueChart g2 Vision SD card,
and is best for offshore and deep-sea fishing.
Enabling High Resolution Satellite Imagery
You can overlay high-resolution satellite images on the land, sea, or both portions of the Navigation
chart when using a preprogrammed BlueChart g2 Vision SD card.
NOTE: When enabled, the high resolution satellite images are present only at l\
ower zoom levels. If you
cannot see the high resolution images in your BlueChart g2 Vision region, either zoom in further using
the Range (+) key, or set the detail level higher by pressing MENU and then selecting Chart Setup >
Chart Appearance > Detail.
To enable satellite imagery:
1. While viewing the Navigation Chart, press MENU.
Chart Setup > Photos.
3. Select an option:
Off—standard chart information is shown on the map.
Land Only—standard chart information is shown on water with photos overlaying the \
Photo Map—photos overlay both the water and the land at a specified opacity . The higher
you set the percentage, the more the satellite photos will cover both la\
nd and water.
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Photo Map at 50%Photo Map at 100%
Photo Overlay OffLand Only Photo Overlay
Viewing Aerial Photos
Preprogrammed BlueChart g2 Vision SD cards contain aerial photographs of many landmarks,
marinas, and harbors. Use these photos to help orient yourself to your surroundings or to help
acquaint yourself with a marina or harbor prior to arrival.
NOTE: Use the Range (-/+) keys to zoom in and out while viewing the aerial photo on the full sc\
1. From the Navigation chart, use the
Rocker to highlight a camera icon with the pointer:
A standard camera icon () indicates an overhead photo.
A camera icon with a cone () indicates a perspective photo. The photo was taken from
the location of the camera, pointed in the direction of the cone.
Viewing Current Station Information
If current stations are available in your BlueChart g2 Vision region,
they appear on the navigation chart as a highlighted arrow. These
detailed icons show the direction and speed of the current at a glance.
Select Review or the name of the station to display a current graph.
See page 29 for instructions on viewing current station information.
Current Station iconCurrent Station icon
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Detailed Road and POI Data
BlueChart g2 Vision contains detailed road and POI data, which includes highly detailed coastal
roads and points of interest (POIs) such as restaurants, lodging, loca\
l attractions, and more. For
instructions on searching for and navigating to these POIs, see the “\
Where To?” section on page 23.
Using Automatic Guidance
Automatic guidance automatically creates and suggests passage based on available BlueChart g2
Vision chart information. See page 39 for instructions on setting up automatic guidance for your
boat. See page 28 to use automatic guidance.
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The Combinations screen displays a combination of different screens at the same time. The number
of options available on the Combinations screen depends on the optional network devices you
have connected to your GPSMAP 4000 series chartplotter, and whether you are using an optional
BlueChart g2 Vision SD card. You can combine two or three screens.
Selecting a Combination
1. From the Home screen, select Combinations. The Combinations screen shows a list of possible
2. Select a combination.
Interacting with the Combinations Screen
The Combinations screen shows a list of possible screen combinations. When viewing three
combination screens, one screen is larger than the others. The charts are numbered with a
corresponding button in the lower-right corner.
Switch focus screen
To switch the focus screen:
Select the icon in the lower-right corner that represents the screen you\
To change the function of a screen:
1. Select Menu > Change Combination. The charts are numbered, with a corresponding button on
the right of the screen.
2. Select the numbered button of the screen you want to change.
Select the function that you want to appear on the selected screen.
To view the focus screen at full screen:
1. Use the Rocker to move the pointer.
2. Select an option to return to the Combinations screen:
From the Radar screen select Stop Pointing.
From the Chart screen, select Stop Panning.
From the Sonar or Video screen, select Back.