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Old 04-12-2016, 05:27 PM   #1
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Default BSM3 with HS60 Heave-Pitch-Roll

Anybody have any knowledge regarding the use of a HS60 GPS with a BSM3. Will the Heave, pitch and roll from the HS60 smooth out the bottom reading when used with a BSM3. (ie saw tooth). I know furuno's FVC1150 sounder with a SC30 works great. Bottom reading are smooth.
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The heave compensation is happening in the MFD, not the sonar module.

NSS Evo2 is or will soon support heave compensation with any sonar module, internal or external.

I have not tested NSS Evo2 sw v3.6 in my boat yet so I don't know if heave compensation is present. A heave source is needed to be present to get this option listed under Echo settings. It was present in an early v3.5 release, but was later removed, hopefully it's back in v3.6. S2016 has heave compensation.
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I am confused, According to Simrad support the SH60 send nema 2000 pgn 127257 attitude in order for the MFD to calculate the correct horizontal; and veritial position. With out this information the MFD would not have any way to determine Heave, Pitch and roll. Your right that the MFD would have to be programmed to except this information. funuro uses the SC30 with there sounders and MFD for this calculation.

Suppor told me it would work when combined with the NSS evo2 and the BSM3 and NSE plotter. I just would like to here from someone that is using it before spending 1k on a HS60.
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When heave compensation is supported your BSM-3 sonar data will be corrected when shown at NSS Evo2, but not at NSE.

And yes, HS60 or another heave source is needed, I have HS60.
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The heave compensation is happening in the MFD, not the sonar module.

I have not tested NSS Evo2 sw v3.6 in my boat yet so I don't know if heave compensation is present. A heave source is needed to be present to get this option listed under Echo settings. It was present in an early v3.5 release, but was later removed, hopefully it's back in v3.6. S2016 has heave compensation.
Heave compensation is back in 3.6. Interestingly, it will not remain selected for early versions of sonarhub software.
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Abbor, NSE isn't supporting heave pitch and roll because a software update is needed or the processor can't handle it? if it's just software I'm assuming Navico isn't writing the code for HP&R for NSE?
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The Heave option will only show up when you have the HS60/70 selected as the source. If you do not have the source selection right you will not see this option.

Not supported for NSE. but good for NSS, NSO
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