Setting the Fuel Alarm


The Beeper setting must be turned on to make alarms audible (Sounds and Display Settings). Failure to set audible alarms could lead to injury or property damage.

Before you can set a fuel level alarm, you must connect a compatible fuel flow sensor to the chartplotter.

You can set an alarm to sound when the total amount of remaining onboard fuel reaches the level you specify.

  1. Select Settings menu > Alarms > Fuel > Total Fuel Onboard > On.
  2. Enter the remaining amount of fuel that triggers the alarm, and select Done.

Synchronizing the Fuel Data with the Actual Vessel Fuel

If you are using fuel flow sensors, you must synchronize the fuel levels in the chartplotter with the actual fuel in the vessel when you add fuel to your vessel. If you are using fuel tank sensors, the level is adjusted automatically based on the tank level sensor data and it is not necessary to synchronize fuel levels manually (Fuel Settings).

  1. Select Vessel.
  2. Select Engines or Fuel.
  3. Select Options.
  4. Select an option:
    • If you have filled up all the fuel tanks on the vessel, select Fill Up All Tanks. The fuel level is set to maximum capacity.

    • If you have added less than a full tank of fuel, select Add Fuel to Boat, and enter the amount added.

    • To specify the total fuel in the vessel tanks, select Set Total Fuel Onboard, and enter the total amount of fuel in the tanks.

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