Updated the Magnetic Variance calucation with new projected values.
Increased the total fuel capacity allowed to 25,000 US gallons.
Increased precision when calculating the total fuel remaining.
Changes made from version 3.50 to 3.60:
Fixed an issue which can cause trip data to not be saved when the unit powers down.
Modified the Auto Power feature to allow individual customization of each unit.
Increased the precision of the Water Temperature display.
Fixed issue with responsiveness on the Custom Engine Status Alarm page.
Corrected an issue with some menus not updating the current setting text when settings are shared across the network.
Fixed display of text in gauge scale customization menu in certain European languages.
Changed to translate the 'Unit ID' string in the System Information page.
Corrected the handling of invalid wind speed and angle data received through NMEA 0183.
Changes made from version 3.40 to 3.50:
Extended support for AutoAnchor devices, including the ability to configure the Windlass Profile and set alarms related
to rode deployment.
Changed the graph pages to support greater values for the minimum, maximum, and current readings.
Modified the 'Total Fuel Onboard' alarm menu to allow five-digit fuel volumes.
Changed NMEA 2000 Registration Number 193 from 'Jeppesen' to 'Nobeltec'.
Modified to prevent the user from setting Fuel Capacity to zero.
Fixed issues with alarm configuration.
Improved demo mode longevity by fixing issue that can occur with increased run time.
Fixed text on the engine instruments in the Russian and Greek languages.
Changes made from version 3.30 to 3.40:
Changed Engine Hours display to always use one decimal point of precision.
Increased maximum Fuel Capacity setting to 17,000 gallons.
Changes made from version 3.20 to 3.30:
Created an NMEA 2000 Setup menu in the Setup menu and moved the Device List into the new setup menu.
Added Label Devices under NMEA 2000 Setup which will allow labeling of NMEA 2000 engines and tanks with pre-defined names.
Changed the Engine instrument automatic gauge configuration to only show the trim gauge if engine trim is available.
Added a GPS custom category and moved GPS Speed, Course Over Ground, and Position from the Navigation category.
Added support for GPS Error and Elevation custom fields. These may be found in the new GPS category.
Added Time to Next, Arrival at Next, Distance to Destination, Time to Destination, and Arrival at Destination custom fields. These may be found in the Navigation category.
Added Engine Fuel Flow Rate and Engine Fuel Economy to the Fuel category. These may also be added from the Engine category.
Added support for Yanmar oil pressure, engine tilt, and status alarms.
Fixed issue with Waypoint VMG field appearing blank when navigation data is sent from certain Garmin chartplotters.
Increased font sizes used in Fuel Flow Rate, Humidity, and Off Course custom fields.
Decreased font size used in Trip Fuel Used and Seasonal Fuel Used custom fields.
Changes made from version 3.10 to 3.20:
Added fuel data to the Engine instrument; either fuel volume (calculated from fuel flow data) or fuel level (calculated from fuel level data) may be displayed.
Added ability to customize Engine instrument gauge display based on the engine data being received via NMEA2000.
Added support for Engine Trim and Trim Tabs Pop-Ups, which automatically display these instruments when the user changes the Engine Trim or Trim Tab level using the vessel's mechanical controls.
Added support for Battery Status NMEA 2000 PGN (127508) and added Battery Voltage, Battery Current, Battery Temperature, and Battery Power instruments.
Added Trip Fuel Used and Seasonal Fuel Used instruments.
Added Engine Throttle instrument.
Added support for HDT and THS (True Heading) NMEA 0183 sentences.
Added Anchor Rode Deployed instrument that receives data from an AutoAnchor 601 device connected via NMEA 0183.
Added ability to configure Heading Sensor Update Rate for Airmar H2183 heading sensor.
Changed digital Fuel Flow Rate instruments to display warnings when Gauge Limits have been exceeded.
Moved Engine Hours display from the Engine instrument to the NMEA 2000 Devices menu. Engine hours is also available as a Custom instrument display option.
Added Vessel category to Custom instrument configuration menu. Rudder Angle, Bow Tabs, and Trim Tabs were moved from the Engine category to this category.
Changed GRA 10 calibration so that max rudder angle is automatically shared with other Garmin devices.
Changes made from version 2.90 to 3.10:
Changes to support production only; customers will not be affected.
Changes made from version 2.80 to 2.90:
Added support for the GRA-10 Rudder Angle adaptor.
Added support for the GST-10 Water Speed and Temperature adaptor.
Added support for the GET-10 Engine Tilt adaptor.
Added support for the GBT-10 Bennett Trim Tab adaptor.
Added support for the GFL-10 Fluid Level adaptor.
Added support for calibrating compatible Airmar depth, water speed, and temperature NMEA 2000 smart sensors.
Increased number of fuel tanks that may be simultaneously displayed in the Fuel Instrument from 2 to 6.
Increased number of fluid tanks and temperature sensors that may be displayed in the custom instrument.
Added ability to display the following temperature data in a custom data page:
Engine Room Temperature
Main Cabin Temperature
Live Well Temperature
Bait Well Temperature
Heating System Temperature
Dew Point Temperature
Apparent Wind Chill
Theoretical Wind Chill
Added Drift and Anchor Drag alarms.
Added support for Metric Nautical units.
Added support for Custom units in the startup wizard.
Changed instances of 'Battery Voltage' to read 'Unit Voltage,' since Battery Voltage refers to the voltage at the battery, while the display shows the voltage at the unit.
Added numeric indicators to half and quarter screen size Trim Tab instrument.
Added Reset Odometer option to custom data pages that have a GPS or Water Odometer.
Fixed issue with inserting custom instruments in front of a graph.
Changes made from version 2.70 to 2.80:
Created a pre-configured Engine instrument, including support for both single and multiple engine displays, intelligent data organization, network synchronization of display, and improved graphical appearance.
Added lean burn display for Honda engines.
Added support for the following instruments:
Engine oil temperature
Engine coolant pressure
Engine fuel pressure
Engine boost pressure
Transmission oil pressure
Transmission oil temperature
Fresh water tank level
Waste water tank level
Live well tank level
Oil tank level
Black water tank level
Improved power-up backlight operation to better support night-time viewing.
Added support for setting air and water temperature display offsets.
Changed rudder instrument to support Simrad rudder sensors.
Added the ability to customize the range and warning levels of gauge instruments and to share these settings over the network.
Improved warning notification and added logging support.
Added ability for certain alarms to be simultaneously acknowledged over the network.
Added ability to insert a page into a custom instrument after the page currently being displayed.
Eliminated use of dark text color as indication for when custom instrument data values are not being received.
Improved responsiveness of the wind instrument.
Added support for Autoguidance navigation data supplied by Garmin Chartplotters. (Must be matched with a suitable Garmin Chartplotter software version)
Changes made from version 2.60 to 2.70:
Resolved compatibility issues with Yanmar engines.
Prevented the race timer from resetting when the back button is held down. The race timer should be reset using the menu item.
Improved the use of the back button when configuring a single custom instrument by returning to the previous menu instead of leaving instrument configuration.
Changes made from version 2.50 to 2.60:
Improved reliability of NMEA 2000 software updates.
Changes made from version 2.40 to 2.50:
Fixed handling of NMEA 2000 cross track error.
Changed data logging task to avoid potential unit shutdown.
Modified several pages to properly free memory and avoid potential unit shutdown.
Changes made from version 2.30 to 2.40:
Created a pre-configured Wind instrument, including intelligent data organization and improved graphical appearance.
Added gauges for 360 wind, close hauled wind, and ground wind.
Changed behavior of Custom instrument to allow user to assemble a mixture of pre-configured and customized instruments.
Changed maximum number of custom pages to 10.
Added logs for apparent wind speed, true wind speed, apparent wind angle, true wind angle, ground wind speed, ground wind direction, depth, air temperature, and barometric pressure.
Added instruments for maximum apparent wind speed, maximum true wind speed, cardinal wind direction, tack heading, and Beaufort scale.
Added instruments for rudder angle, bow tabs, and trim tabs.
Added sunrise/sunset instrument.
Added race timer instrument.
Added trend calculation to barometric pressure instrument.
Added high and low alarms for apparent wind angle, apparent wind speed, true wind angle, and true wind speed.
Improved accuracy of remaining fuel calculation.
Added the ability to display a depth number on the speed and heading page in the Surface instrument.
Added support for filtering NMEA0183 wind data.
Added the ability reset the automatic scale in graph displays.
Added auto setting to wind speed source to automatically choose the most accurate source.
Corrected problem in preferred GPS source menu that caused the setting to always revert to Auto.
Corrected inaccuracy in digital ground wind direction field if GPS is not connected.
Updated the Auckland, Hawaiian, and Eniwetok time zones to the new DST standards.
Changes made from version 2.20 to 2.30:
Fixed a problem where the waypoint name does not match the waypoint number while in demo mode.
Changes made from version 2.10 to 2.20:
Fixed a problem where the screen can turn blue after being on for an extended time.
Changes made from version 2.00 to 2.10:
Fixed the preferred sources menu to update immediately after changing the source.
Corrected the value displayed for COG when speed is 0.
Prevented air temperature sensors from showing up as a source for water temperature.
Allowed higher priority alarms to be displayed on top of lower priority alarms.
Corrected reporting of WAAS status from a GPS17x HVS.
Fixed appearance of percent character at certain sizes.
Prevented fuel values displayed in menus from rounding incorrectly in certain cases.
Corrected updating of fuel flow in reverse flow situations.