Raymarine Pathfinder Radar GPS Receiver User Manual

Chapter 6: Further Chart Operations 6-7
Cursor Echo
To cancel the MOB, press and hold the MARKS key for 2 seconds.
The chart is re-drawn at its previous scale, and the MOB symbol and data box
are removed.
Note: The MOB procedure can also be initiated or cancelled if the appropri-
ate SeaTalk message is received by the display unit.
6.5 Cursor Echo
In a combined radar/chart display, or in a system with a radar display
connected via SeaTalk, you can set the display to enable cursor echo. Cursor
echo (accessed from System Set Up, described in Section 7.3) enables you to
display a radar cursor on the chart picture, or a chart cursor on the radar picture
(you cannot display a remote chart cursor in a chart window nor a remote radar
cursor in a radar window).
The following options can be toggled
ON or OFF:
Radar Cursor In: displays the cursor from another radar on the chart dis-
play or chart window (default -
Chart Cursor In: displays the cursor from another or chartplotter on the
radar display or radar window (default -
Note: The remote display must have SeaTalk Cursor Out enabled.
Raymarine recommend that in multi-display systems, you do not enable Cur-
sor Out on more than two displays. If multiple displays have cursor out en-
abled, the cursors will not be displayed simultaneously, but will flash on/off.
SeaTalk Cursor Out: enables the output, onto SeaTalk, of the display’s
own cursor (default -
Cursor Echo Local: echoes the cursor position between open windows on
the same display (default -
If you set the options to
OFF, no cursor echo information is displayed.
When the appropriate option is switched on, the display shows its own cursor,
plus the cursor of the other display with appropriate cursor text (RDR or CHT) to
indicate its origin. This means that you could move the cursor over a target on
the radar display, and check the identity of the target by looking at the radar
cursor position on the chartplotter.
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