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echo™ 100 and echo 150
owner’s manual

© 2011 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries
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Introduction

Introduction
 Warning
See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box
for product warnings and other important information.
This manual includes information for the echo™ 100 and echo 150
fishfinders.

Manual Conventions

Contacting Garmin Product Support

Contact Garmin Product Support if you have any questions about this
product.
•	 In the USA, go to www.garmin.com/support, or contact Garmin USA by
phone at (913) 397.8200 or (800) 800.1020.
•	 In the UK, contact Garmin (Europe) Ltd. by phone at 0808 2380000.
•	 In Europe, go to www.garmin.com/support and click Contact Support
for in-country support.

In this manual, the term “select” is used to describe these actions:
•	 Highlighting an item in a menu and pressing ENTER.
•	 Pressing a key, such as ENTER or MENU.
When you are instructed to select menu items, small arrows (>) may appear
in the text. They indicate that you should highlight a series of items on the
screen using or keys (page 2), and press the ENTER key after each
item. For example, if you see “select MENU > Pause,” you should press
MENU, press or until Pause is highlighted, and then press ENTER.

Registering Your Device

Help us better support you by completing our online registration today.
•	 Go to http://my.garmin.com.
•	 Keep the original sales receipt, or a photocopy, in a safe place.

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Getting Started

Getting Started
Keys

Configuring the Initial Device Settings

Before you can use the device the first time, you must configure a series
of initial settings. You must also configure these settings when restoring
original factory settings. You can update each of these settings later.
1.	
2.	
3.	
4.	

Select a language.
Select the units in which to measure depth.
Select the units in which to measure temperature.
Select Done.

Adjusting the Contrast
MENU

Displays a list of options or returns you to your previous screen.

ENTER

Selects a menu item.
Scrolls through options or changes settings.
Turns the device on or off and adjusts the backlight.

1.	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > System > Contrast.
2.	 Select or .
3.	 Select ENTER.

Adjusting the Backlight

1.	 Press and quickly release .
2.	 Repeat to cycle through the brightness settings.

Turning On and Turning Off the Device
	 Press and hold

2	

.

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Getting Started

Setting the Beeper

You can set when the device makes audible sounds.
1.	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > Alarms > Beeper.
2.	 Select an option:
•	 To have the device beep when you select an item and when an alarm
is triggered, select On.
•	 To have the device beep only when alarms are triggered, select
Alarms Only.

Turning On the Device Automatically

You can set the device to turn on when power is applied. Otherwise, press
to turn on the device.
	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > System > Auto Power
> On.

Menu Timeout

After a menu appears for 20 seconds and no keys are selected, the menu
disappears and your previous screen is displayed.

Using Quick Adjust

After adjusting a setting and returning to the Sonar screen, you can quickly
return to the setting options.
	 After returning to the Sonar screen, select

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.

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Using the echo 100 and echo 150

Using the echo 100 and echo 150
Sonar Screen

The sonar screen shows a full-view graph of sonar readings from a
transducer. The depth scale ➊ indicated on the right of the screen shows
the screen depth as the screen scrolls from the right to the left, indicating
suspended targets ➋. Bottom depth ➌, water temperature ➍ (if a
temperature-capable transducer is connected), and transducer frequency ➎
are indicated on the left side of the screen.
Note: The echo 100 operates only at 200 kHz, so the frequency is not
displayed on the screen.

1.	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Range.
2.	 Select an option:
•	 To allow the device to adjust the range automatically based on the
depth, select Auto.
•	 To increase or decrease the range of the depth scale manually, select
Manual, select or , then select ENTER.
You can manually adjust the zoom of the Sonar screen by selecting the span
of the view and selecting a fixed starting depth. For example, if you select a
span of 15 feet and a starting depth of 5 feet, the device will display an area
from 5 feet deep to 20 feet deep.

➍
➋

4	

You can adjust the range of the depth scale that appears on the right side
of the screen. This setting determines how deep the sonar will search for
returns.

Adjusting the Zoom on the Sonar Screen Manually

➌

➎

Adjusting the Range of the Depth Scale

1.	 From the Sonar screen, select Menu > Zoom > Manual.
2.	 Select the span you would like to show.
3.	 Select the starting depth.

➊
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Adjusting the Zoom on the Sonar Screen
Automatically

Setting the Gain to Auto

1.	 From the Sonar screen, select Menu > Zoom > Auto.
2.	 Select the span you would like to show.

1.	 From the Sonar screen, select Menu > Gain.
2.	 Select an option:
•	 To display the sonar screen with higher sensitivity and to show
weaker signals and more noise, select Auto-High.
•	 To display the sonar screen with normal sensitivity, select Auto-Med.
•	 To display the sonar screen with lower sensitivity and less noise,
select Auto-Low.

Pausing the Screen

Setting the Shallow Water and Deep Water Alarms

You can adjust the zoom of the Sonar screen by selecting the span of the
view and locking the screen to the contour of the water bottom. For example,
if you select a span of 10 meters, the device will display an area from the
water bottom to 10 meters above the bottom.

	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Pause.

Resuming the Screen

	 After pausing the sonar screen, select MENU > Resume.

Setting the Gain Manually

The gain setting controls the sensitivity of the sonar receiver to compensate
for water depth and water clarity. To see more detail, increase the gain. If the
screen is cluttered, decrease the gain.
To set the gain manually, increase the gain setting until you begin to see
“noise” in the water portion of the screen, then slightly decrease the gain.

You can set an alarm to sound when the depth is shallower or deeper than a
specified value.
1.	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > Alarms.
2.	 Select an option:
•	 To sound an alarm when the depth is shallower than the specified
depth, select Shallow > On.
•	 To sound an alarm when the depth is deeper than the specified depth,
select Deep > On.
3.	 Select the depth that triggers the alarm.
The alarm setting appears on the Alarms screen.

1.	 From the Sonar screen, select Menu > Gain > Manual.
2.	 Select to increase the gain setting until you begin to see noise in the
water portion of the screen.
3.	 Select to decrease the gain.
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Using the echo 100 and echo 150

Setting the Battery Voltage Alarm

Selecting a Frequency for the echo 150

1.	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > Alarms > Battery >
On.
2.	 Select the low battery voltage that triggers the alarm.
The alarm setting appears on the Alarms screen.

Note: The echo 100 operates only at 200 kHz.

You can set an alarm to sound when the battery reaches a specified low
voltage.

When using a dual-beam transducer, you can select a frequency of 200 kHz
or 77 kHz for the echo 150.

Setting Fish Alarms

You can show data from a 200 kHz sonar signal or data from a 77 kHz sonar
signal. The 200 kHz frequency shows better detail, has a narrower beam, and
is typically used in shallower waters. The 77 kHz frequency penetrates deep
water more effectively and has a wider beam, so it can be used to cover a
larger area.

	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > Alarms > Fish > On.

1.	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > Sonar > Frequency.
2.	 Select a frequency.

Setting the Sonar Scroll Speed

Configuring the Appearance of Suspended Targets

Use a higher scroll speed to see more detail, especially while moving or
trolling. Use a lower scroll speed to display the sonar information on the
screen longer.

1.	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > Sonar > Fish ID.
2.	 Select an option:
•	 To show suspended targets as symbols, select .
•	 To show suspended targets as symbols with target depth information,
select .
•	 To show suspended targets as symbols with background sonar
information, select .
•	 To show suspended targets as symbols with background sonar
information and target depth information, Select .

You can set an alarm to sound when the device detects a suspended target.

You can set the rate at which the sonar scrolls from right to left.

1.	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > Sonar > Scroll.
2.	 Select a scroll speed.

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You can set how the sonar interprets suspended targets.

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Appendix
Specifications
Specification
Display
Temperature Range
Compass Safe
Distance
Frequency
Power Source Voltage
Range
Fuse
Freshwater Depth*
Saltwater Depth*

Viewing System Information

	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > System > System
Information.

Measurement
4 in. (102 mm) diagonal, 256 × 160 pixels,
8-level gray
From 5°F to 158°F (from -15°C to 70°C)
10 in. (250 mm)

Setting the Language

echo 100: 200 kHz
echo 150: 77 kHz or 200 kHz
10–20 Vdc

Notice
Avoid chemical cleaners and solvents that can damage plastic components.

AGC/3AG - 3.0 A
echo 100: 600 ft. (183 m)
echo 150: 1300 ft. (396 m)
echo 100: 300 ft. (91 m)
echo 150: 500 ft. (152 m)

*Depth capacity is dependent on water salinity, bottom type, and other water conditions.

Transducer Beam Angles
The transducer provided with the echo 100 has a beam angle of 15 degrees at
3dB. The transducer provided with the echo 150 has beam angles of 15 and
45 degrees at 3dB. However, when these transducers are used with the echo
device, they can detect the smallest signals up to 60 degrees for the echo
100 and up to 60 and 120 degrees for the echo 150. Shallow and deep water
performance is maximized because the echo series shows more fish when
shallow, and reaches deep to show structure and bottom contours.
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1.	 From the Sonar screen, select MENU > Setup > System > Language.
2.	 Select the language.

Cleaning the Outer Casing

1.	 Clean the outer casing of the device (not the screen) using a cloth
dampened with a mild detergent solution.
2.	 Wipe the device dry.

Cleaning the Screen

Use a soft, clean, lint-free cloth. If necessary, use water, isopropyl alcohol, or
eyeglass lens cleaner.
1.	 Apply the liquid to the cloth.
2.	 Gently wipe the screen with the cloth.

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Appendix

Setting the Units of Measure

Software License Agreement

Restoring the Original Factory Settings

Garmin Ltd. and its subsidiaries (“Garmin”) grant you a limited license to use the
software embedded in this device (the “Software”) in binary executable form in the
normal operation of the product. Title, ownership rights, and intellectual property
rights in and to the Software remain in Garmin and/or its third-party providers.

1.	 From any page, select MENU > Setup > Units.
2.	 Select an option:
•	 Select Depth, and select Feet, Meters, or Fathoms.
•	 Select Temp., and select Fahrenheit or Celsius.
NOTE: This procedure deletes all settings information you have entered.
	 From any page, select MENU > Setup > System > Factory Settings >
Yes.

8	

BY USING THE ECHO 100 OR ECHO 150, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY
THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE FOLLOWING SOFTWARE LICENSE
AGREEMENT. PLEASE READ THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY.

You acknowledge that the Software is the property of Garmin and/or its thirdparty providers and is protected under the United States of America copyright laws
and international copyright treaties. You further acknowledge that the structure,
organization, and code of the Software, for which source code is not provided, are
valuable trade secrets of Garmin and/or its third-party providers and that the Software
in source code form remains a valuable trade secret of Garmin and/or its third-party
providers. You agree not to decompile, disassemble, modify, reverse assemble,
reverse engineer, or reduce to human readable form the Software or any part thereof
or create any derivative works based on the Software. You agree not to export or
re-export the Software to any country in violation of the export control laws of the
United States of America or the export control laws of any other applicable country.

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© 2011 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries
Garmin International, Inc.
1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062, USA
Garmin (Europe) Ltd.
Liberty House, Hounsdown Business Park, Southampton, Hampshire, SO40 9LR UK
Garmin Corporation
No. 68, Zhangshu 2nd Road, Xizhi Dist., New Taipei City, 221, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
www.garmin.com
March 2011	

Part Number 190-01312-00 Rev. B	

Printed in Taiwan



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History When                    : 2010:10:14 13:37:12-05:00, 2010:10:14 13:37:12-05:00, 2010:10:14 14:00:46-05:00, 2010:10:14 14:00:46-05:00, 2010:10:14 14:01:45-05:00, 2010:10:14 14:01:45-05:00, 2010:10:14 14:03:46-05:00, 2010:10:14 14:03:56-05:00, 2010:10:14 14:03:56-05:00, 2010:10:14 14:06-05:00, 2010:10:14 14:16:05-05:00, 2010:10:14 14:16:05-05:00, 2010:10:14 14:17:23-05:00, 2010:10:25 10:50:51-05:00, 2010:10:25 10:50:51-05:00, 2010:10:25 11:16:53-05:00, 2010:10:25 11:23:50-05:00, 2010:10:25 15:03:53-05:00, 2010:10:27 17:03:30-05:00, 2010:10:28 11:34:53-05:00, 2010:10:28 13:07:39-05:00, 2010:10:28 13:18:46-05:00, 2010:10:28 13:50:31-05:00, 2010:10:28 14:29:46-05:00, 2010:10:28 14:37:59-05:00, 2010:10:28 14:50:29-05:00, 2010:10:28 15:26:39-05:00, 2010:10:28 16:24:14-05:00, 2010:10:28 17:09:15-05:00, 2010:10:28 17:48:56-05:00, 2010:10:29 11:32:18-05:00, 2010:10:29 16:03:47-05:00, 2010:10:29 16:24:49-05:00, 2010:10:29 16:43:34-05:00, 2010:11:16 13:40:01-06:00, 2010:11:16 14:33:15-06:00, 2010:11:16 16:01:20-06:00, 2010:11:16 16:25:35-06:00, 2010:11:17 09:33:51-06:00, 2010:11:17 09:45:10-06:00, 2010:11:17 09:46:39-06:00, 2010:11:17 13:43:11-06:00, 2010:11:18 16:56:21-06:00, 2010:11:22 14:33:58-06:00, 2010:11:22 16:28:48-06:00, 2010:11:23 15:51:03-06:00, 2010:11:29 16:52:02-06:00, 2010:12:06 14:58:29-06:00, 2010:12:08 08:55:59-06:00, 2010:12:08 09:04:53-06:00, 2010:12:08 09:09:58-06:00, 2010:12:08 09:30-06:00, 2010:12:08 09:36:48-06:00, 2010:12:08 10:01:57-06:00, 2010:12:08 11:18:24-06:00, 2010:12:08 12:05:20-06:00, 2010:12:08 13:49:38-06:00, 2010:12:08 14:06:25-06:00, 2010:12:08 14:13:25-06:00, 2010:12:15 13:13:59-06:00, 2010:12:16 14:41:54-06:00, 2010:12:16 14:59:29-06:00, 2010:12:16 15:56:14-06:00, 2010:12:17 08:56:16-06:00, 2010:12:17 12:33:57-06:00, 2010:12:17 16:31:07-06:00, 2010:12:17 16:47:10-06:00, 2010:12:17 16:59:02-06:00, 2010:12:20 11:31:38-06:00, 2010:12:20 11:34:41-06:00, 2010:12:20 11:45:14-06:00, 2010:12:20 16:55:49-06:00, 2010:12:20 16:56:23-06:00, 2010:12:20 16:56:23-06:00, 2010:12:20 17:02:30-06:00, 2010:12:20 17:06:21-06:00, 2010:12:30 15:23:09-06:00, 2011:01:03 10:33:16-06:00, 2011:01:03 10:34:19-06:00, 2011:01:03 10:34:19-06:00, 2011:01:03 10:44:45-06:00, 2011:01:03 10:48:40-06:00, 2011:01:03 10:51:23-06:00, 2011:01:03 10:57:04-06:00, 2011:01:03 11:07:31-06:00, 2011:01:03 11:08:40-06:00, 2011:01:03 11:13:06-06:00, 2011:01:04 09:58:12-06:00, 2011:01:04 10:53:12-06:00, 2011:01:07 15:58:27-06:00, 2011:01:07 15:58:27-06:00, 2011:01:07 17:15:32-06:00, 2011:01:12 18:22:50-06:00, 2011:01:13 08:08:38-06:00, 2011:01:13 17:48:15-06:00, 2011:01:31 15:23:52-06:00, 2011:02:01 18:23:43-06:00, 2011:02:02 17:09:13-06:00, 2011:02:24 17:24:47-06:00, 2011:02:25 09:53:32-06:00, 2011:02:28 11:29:14-06:00, 2011:03:02 14:31:57-06:00, 2011:03:02 14:50:17-06:00, 2011:03:02 15:28:03-06:00, 2011:03:02 15:40:45-06:00, 2011:03:02 15:52:08-06:00, 2011:03:07 16:57:24-06:00, 2011:03:07 16:57:46-06:00, 2011:03:07 16:57:46-06:00, 2011:03:08 12:31:59-06:00
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Manifest Link Form              : ReferenceStream, ReferenceStream, ReferenceStream
Manifest Placed X Resolution    : 300.00, 72.00, 72.00
Manifest Placed Y Resolution    : 300.00, 72.00, 72.00
Manifest Placed Resolution Unit : Inches, Inches, Inches
Manifest Reference Instance ID  : xmp.iid:14792A814917E011A392DBA9A558EF5D, uuid:7CC6B2727055DD11B22F90F22C99F3D5, uuid:7CC6B2727055DD11B22F90F22C99F3D5
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Doc Change Count                : 7711
Format                          : application/pdf
Producer                        : Adobe PDF Library 9.0
Trapped                         : False
Page Layout                     : SinglePage
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