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COMMAND LINK PLUS

SERVICE MANUAL

LIT-18616-03-29

6Y9-28197-1N-11


Preface This manual has been prepared by Yamaha primarily for use by Yamaha dealers and their trained mechanics when performing maintenance procedures and repairs to Yamaha equipment. It has been written to suit the needs of persons who have the Bronze Technical Certificate of the YTA (Yamaha Technical Academy) marine or the equivalent basic understanding of the mechanical and electrical concepts and procedures inherent in the work, for without such knowledge attempted repairs or service to the equipment could render it unsafe or unfit for use. Because Yamaha has a policy of continuously improving its products, models may differ in detail from the descriptions and illustrations given in this publication. Use only the latest edition of this manual. Authorized Yamaha dealers are notified periodically of modifications and significant changes in specifications and procedures, and these are incorporated in successive editions of this manual. Also, up-to-date parts information is available on YDS (Yamaha Dealer System). Additional information and up-to-date information on Yamaha products and services are available on YDS (Yamaha Dealer System).

Important information Particularly important information is distinguished in this manual by the following notations:  The Safety Alert Symbol means ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!

A WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

A NOTICE indicates special precautions that must be taken to avoid damages to the outboard motor or other property.

TIP: A TIP provides key information to make procedures easier or clearer.

COMMAND LINK PLUS SERVICE MANUAL Š2010 by Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. 1st Edition, July 2010 All rights reserved. Any reprinting or unauthorized use without the written permission of Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. is expressly prohibited. Printed in U.S.A. LIT-18616-03-29


Contents General information

GEN INFO

0

Specification

SPEC

1

Technical feature and description

TECH FEA

2

Rigging information

RIG GING

3

Troubleshooting

TRBL SHTG

4

Electrical system

ELEC

5

Digital Electrical Control unit

DIGIT CONT

6

Index Appendix

A


GEN INFO

General information Safety while working .................................................... 0-1 Rotating part .............................................................................. 0-1 Hot part ...................................................................................... 0-1 Electric shock ............................................................................ 0-1 Handling of gasoline .................................................................. 0-1 Ventilation .................................................................................. 0-1 Self-protection ........................................................................... 0-2 Working with crane .................................................................... 0-2 Part, lubricant, and sealant ........................................................ 0-2 Handling of sealant .................................................................... 0-2 Special service tool ................................................................... 0-2 Tightening torque ...................................................................... 0-3 Non-reusable part ...................................................................... 0-3 Disassembly and assembly ....................................................... 0-3

How to use this manual .................................................... 0-4

0

0 1 2 3

Manual format ........................................................................... 0-4 Abbreviation .............................................................................. 0-5

4

Lubricant, sealant, and thread locking agent ................. 0-6

5

Symbol ...................................................................................... 0-6

Special service tool ........................................................... 0-7

6 7 8 9 10

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GEN INFO

General information

Safety while working

Handling of gasoline

To prevent an accident or injury and to provide quality service, observe the following safety procedures.

• Gasoline is highly flammable. Keep gasoline and all flammable products away from heat, sparks, and open flames. • Gasoline is poisonous and can cause injury or death. Handle gasoline with care. Never siphon gasoline by mouth. If you swallow some gasoline, inhale a lot of gasoline vapor, or get some gasoline in your eyes, see your doctor immediately. If gasoline spills on your skin, wash with soap and water. If gasoline spills on your clothing, change your clothes.

Rotating part • Hands, feet, hair, jewelry, clothing, personal flotation device straps, and so on, can become entangled with internal rotating parts of the engine, resulting in serious injury or death. • Keep the top cowling installed whenever possible. Do not remove or install the top cowling when the engine is running. • Only operate the engine with the top cowling removed according to the specific instructions in the manual. Keep hands, feet, hair, jewelry, clothing, personal flotation device straps, and so on, away from any exposed moving parts.

Hot part During and after operation, engine parts are hot enough to cause burns. Do not touch any parts under the top cowling until the engine has cooled.

Electric shock Do not touch any electrical parts while starting or operating the engine. Otherwise, shock or electrocution could result.

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Ventilation • Gasoline vapor and exhaust gas are heavier than air and extremely poisonous. If gasoline vapor or exhaust gas is inhaled in large quantities, it may cause loss of consciousness and death within a short time. • When test running an engine indoors (for example, in a water tank) make sure to do so where adequate ventilation can be maintained.


Safety while working

Self-protection

Part, lubricant, and sealant

• Protect your eyes by wearing safety glasses or safety goggles during all operations involving drilling and grinding, or when using an air compressor. • Protect your hands and feet by wearing protective gloves and safety shoes when necessary.

Use only genuine Yamaha parts, lubricants, and sealants, or those recommended by Yamaha, when servicing or repairing the outboard motor.

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Handling of sealant Working with crane • Outboard motors weighing 18.0 kg (39.7 lb) and over must be carried by a crane. • Use the wire ropes of adequate strength, and lift up the outboard motor using the three-point suspension. • If the outboard motor does not have three or more points to be suspended, support it using additional ropes, or the like, so that the outboard motor can be lifted and carried in a stable manner.

• Wear protective gloves to protect your skin, when using the sealants. • See the material safety data sheet issued by the manufacturer. Some of the sealants may be harmful to human health.

4 5 6 7

Special service tool Use the recommended special service tools to work safely, and to protect parts from damage.

8 9 10

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GEN INFO

General information

Tightening torque When tightening nuts, bolts, and screws, follow the tightening instructions provided throughout the manual. If the tightening order is not specified, tighten the large sizes first, and then tighten the small sizes, starting from the center and moving outward.

Non-reusable part Always use new gaskets, seals, O-rings, cotter pins, and so on, when installing or assembling parts.

Disassembly and assembly • Use compressed air to remove dust and dirt during disassembly. • Apply specified grease to the contact surfaces of moving parts before assembly.

• Check that moving parts operate normally after assembly.

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Safety while working / How to use this manual

How to use this manual Manual format The format of this manual has been designed to make service procedures clear and easy to understand. Use the following information as a guide for effective and quality service. • Parts are shown and detailed in an exploded diagram and are listed in the component list (see a in the following figure for an example page). • The component list consists of part names and quantities, as well as bolt and screw dimensions (see b in the following figure). • Symbols are used to indicate important aspects of a procedure, such as the grade of lubricant and the lubrication points (see c in the following figure). • Tightening torque specifications are provided in the exploded diagrams (see d in the following figure), and in the related detailed instructions. Some torque specifications are listed in stages as torque figures or angles in degrees. • Separate procedures and illustrations are used to explain the details of removal, checking, and installation where necessary (see e in the following figure for an example page).

TIP:

1 2 3 4

For troubleshooting procedures, see Chapter 4, “Troubleshooting.”

c

0

5

d a ECM housing (single engine type [top mount]) / Gear housing (single engine type [top mount])

Gear housing (single engine type [top mount]) 16

6

13

15 14

0

12 17

11 10

1

19

2

18 9

Switch position OFF ON START (*1)

3 6

20

2

Electrical system

3 N·m (0.3 kgf·m, 2.2 ft·lb)

8

3

ELEC B

5

4 4

4

5

Neutral switch Plate Neutral switch screw Rear housing screw Rear housing Gear Retainer screw Drive arm Drive shaft Friction plate Spring Adapter Roller Spring Washer Bolt Circlip

10 mm 14 mm

M5

10 mm

2. Check the engine start/stop button for continuity at the engine start/stop button coupler.

A Single engine type B Twin and triple engine types

8

Engine start switch or main switch input voltage: Red (R)–Ground 12.0 V (battery voltage)

9

3. Check the engine start switch or main switch for continuity at the engine start switch coupler.

10

A OFF

ON

d a

9

A a

b

B START

OFF

ON

d

b

d

b

a e

c

10

B

c

A

8

1. Disconnect the engine start/stop button coupler.

6 7

Remar k s

M3 M5

7

e

Checking the engine start/stop button

R

3 N·m (0.3 kgf·m, 2.2 ft·lb)

Q’ty 1 1 2 4 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Terminal c d

4. Connect the engine start switch or main switch coupler.

3

0.4 N·m (0.04 kgf·m, 0.30 ft·lb)

Par t name

b

(*1) Engine start switch only

7

1

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

a

C

e c

f d

c

6-4 A Engine start switch B Main switch

e

f

b e

A

5-51

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GEN INFO

General information

Abbreviation The following abbreviations are used in this service manual. Abbreviation

Description

ABYC

American Boat and Yacht Council

CAN

Controller Area Network

DN

Down side

ECM

Electronic Control Module

Eng

Engine

EUR

Europe

EXH

Exhaust

F

Forward

GPS

Global Positioning System

ID

Identification

INT

Intake

LAN

Local Area Network

LED

Light Emitting Diode

LPS

Lever Position Sensor

Max.

Maximum

Mfg./Dlr

Manufacturer/Dealer

Min.

Minimum

N

Neutral

NMEA

National Marine Electronics Association

OCV

Oil Control Valve

PORT

Port side

PTT

Power Trim and Tilt

R

Reverse

R/C

Remote Control (Digital Electronic Control)

SPS

Shift Position Sensor

STBD

Starboard side

Temp

Temperature

UP

Up side

YDIS

Yamaha Diagnostic System

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How to use this manual / Lubricant, sealant, and thread locking agent

Lubricant, sealant, and thread locking agent Symbol Symbols in an exploded diagram or illustration indicate the grade of lubricant and the lubrication points. Symbol

Name Water resistant grease (Yamaha grease A)

Application Lubricant

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A 0-6


GEN INFO

General information

Special service tool For U.S.A. and Canada Special service tools numbered “YB-*****� are distributed by K & L. Special service tools with Yamaha part numbers (90890-*****) are distributed by the Parts Division. YDIS (CD-ROM, Ver. 1.33) 60V-WS853-06

YDIS USB adapter and cable 60V-WS850-00

Digital multimeter YU-34899-A

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SPEC

Specification Model feature ..................................................................... 1-1 General feature ......................................................................... 1-1 Model designation ..................................................................... 1-3 Serial number ............................................................................ 1-3

Electrical technical data ................................................... 1-4 Digital Electronic Control system ............................................... 1-4 Y-COP ....................................................................................... 1-5

Specified tightening torque .............................................. 1-6 Digital Electronic Control system ............................................... 1-6 Y-COP ....................................................................................... 1-6

General tightening torque ................................................ 1-7

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SPEC

Specification

Model feature General feature Command Link Plus overall feature • New network protocol a Digital Electronic Control • Command Link Plus network connecting coupler (6 pins) • Push-button engine start and stop • Switchable starter circuit to be compatible with both new and existing outboard motors b Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge • Color liquid crystal display • Trolling speed control • Displays engine information for up to three outboard motors on a single display. c Y-COP • Equipped with Y-COP as an anti-theft measure d Command Link Plus Multisensor • Transmission of information on boat speed (over water), water depth, and water surface temperature e Command Link Plus Analog Gauge Interface • Digital-to-analog signal conversion • Output to an analog tachometer and an analog trim meter f Command Link Plus Gateway • Data conversion between the Command Link Plus network and an NMEA 2000 standard.

1-1


Model feature

Command Link Plus Analog Gauge Interface

Command Link Plus Gateway

Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge

Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge

0 Y-COP

1

SET

CANCEL

MENU

SET

CANCEL

MENU

Multi-Hub

Control lever

Multi-Hub

Control lever

Control lever

2

Control lever

Main switch

Engine start/stop button

LPS

LPS

Digital Electronic Control ECM (PORT)

LPS

Digital Electronic Control ECM (STBD)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (center)

LPS

Engine shut-off switch

LPS

Digital Electronic Control ECM (PORT)

Station selector switch

Digital Electronic Control ECM (STBD)

Engine ECM

5

Engine start/stop button

6

Digital Electronic Control ECM (center)

Engine ECM

4

ALL engine start/stop button

LPS

3

Station selector switch

Engine ECM

7

Command Link Plus Multisensor

8 9 10

A 1-2


SPEC

Specification

Model designation

b

This manual covers the following types. Type A B C D F G H K

Station type Single station model Dual station model (main station) Dual station model (sub station)

Outboard motor single twin single twin triple single twin triple

Serial number The Digital Electronic Control serial number is stamped on the label attached to the Digital Electronic Control to the position of a.

A

B

a

c YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD. MADE IN JAPAN PAYS D'ORIGINE JAPAN

a Approved model code b Type c Serial number d Blank Approved model code 6X6

a

a

6X7

C

a

D

a A B C D

Single engine type (top mount) Twin engine type Triple engine type Single engine type (flush mount)

1-3

d

Type A B C D F G H K A

Starting serial number 0003236– 0503218– 1001104– 1501366– 2500557– 3000143– 3500335– 5000122– 0000749–


Model feature / Electrical technical data

Electrical technical data Digital Electronic Control system Item Engine start switch Input voltage Main switch Input voltage Digital Electronic Control Input voltage Digital Electronic Control ECM Input voltage LPS Output voltage F fully open position F shift-in position N position R shift-in position R fully open position Throttle request F fully open position F shift-in position N position R shift-in position R fully open position Shift request F position N position R position Free throttle switch Input voltage (*1) PTT switch Input voltage Engine selector switch Input voltage Station selector switch Input voltage (*1)

Unit

Model 6X6

0

6X7

V

12.0

V

12.0

V

12.0

V

12.0

V V V V V

4.41–4.71 2.66–2.92 2.07–2.33 1.47–1.74 0.29–0.59

% % % % %

100 0 0 0 100

% % %

100 0 –100

V

10.8

V

12.0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

V

12.0

V

10.9

8 9

(*1) The figures are for reference only.

10

A 1-4


SPEC

Specification

Y-COP Item Y-COP Input voltage Buzzer Input voltage Button cell battery Battery voltage (*1) (*1) The figures are for reference only.

1-5

Unit

Model 6Y8

V

12.0

V

12.0

V

3.0


Electrical technical data / Specified tightening torque

Specified tightening torque Specified tightening torques are provided for specific nuts, bolts, and screws. When tightening these fasteners, follow the tightening torque specifications indicated throughout the manual to meet the design aims of the Command Link Plus.

0

Digital Electronic Control system Part to be tightened Digital Electronic Control mounting nut (6X6) Side cover screw Digital Electronic Control mounting nut (6X7) ECM bracket screw Side cover screw Control lever bolt Grip screw Lever cover screw Stopper screw Lead cover screw Pilot indicator screw ECM cover screw ECM mounting screw Neutral switch screw Rear housing screw Retainer screw PTT switch screw Holder screw Bracket screw Engine shut-off switch nut Lock arm screw Free throttle switch screw (6X7)

Screw size – M5 – ø6 M5 M8 M5 M5 M5 M4 M4 M5 M5 M3 M5 M5 M4 M4 M5 – M5 M4

Tightening torques N·m kgf·m ft·lb 4 0.4 3.0 2 0.2 1.5 7 0.7 5.2 7 0.7 5.2 2 0.2 1.5 23 2.3 17.0 3 0.3 2.2 3 0.3 2.2 3 0.3 2.2 1 0.1 0.7 3 0.3 2.2 1 0.1 0.7 3 0.3 2.2 0.4 0.04 0.3 3 0.3 2.2 3 0.3 2.2 2 0.2 1.5 2 0.2 1.5 3 0.3 2.2 4 0.4 3.0 3 0.3 2.2 2 0.2 1.5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Y-COP Part to be tightened Receiver screw Control unit screw Buzzer screw Transmitter screw

Screw size M4 M6 ø6 ø2

N·m 4 4 2 0.1

8

Tightening torques kgf·m ft·lb 0.4 3.0 0.4 3.0 0.2 1.5 0.01 0.1

9 10

A 1-6


SPEC

Specification

General tightening torque This chart shows the tightening torques for standard fasteners with a standard ISO thread pitch. Width across flats (A) 8 mm 10 mm 12 mm

1-7

Screw size (B) M5 M6 M8

General torque specifications N·m kgf·m ft·lb 5 0.5 3.7 8 0.8 5.9 18 1.8 13.3


TECH FEA

Technical feature and description Command Link Plus system ............................................ 2-1

2

0

Digital Electronic Control ................................................. 2-2 Digital Electronic Control component ........................................ 2-4 New functions and combination with existing control system .... 2-5 Authorization system ................................................................. 2-7 Engine start and stop control ..................................................... 2-8 Shift-in prevention control in high-speed range ....................... 2-11 Synchronizing control .............................................................. 2-12 PTT control .............................................................................. 2-13 Tilt limiter ................................................................................. 2-14 Triple outboard motor operation .............................................. 2-15 Dual station control (for triple outboard motor installation) ...... 2-19

1 2 3

Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge .......... 2-21 Names and functions of parts .................................................. 2-21 Startup screen ......................................................................... 2-23 Status bar ................................................................................ 2-24 Display item ............................................................................. 2-25 Menu items and functions ....................................................... 2-34 Logs ......................................................................................... 2-35 Settings ................................................................................... 2-35 Alarms ..................................................................................... 2-36 Other views ............................................................................. 2-37

4 5 6

Y-COP ............................................................................... 2-38 Command Link Plus Multisensor .................................. 2-39 Command Link Plus Analog Gauge Interface .............. 2-40

7 8

Command Link Plus Gateway ........................................ 2-42

9 10

A


TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

Command Link Plus system The Command Link Plus system consists of the new Digital Electronic Control, main switch, pushbutton type engine start/stop button, Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge, Command Link Plus network, Y-COP, Command Link Plus Gateway, Command Link Plus Analog Gauge Interface, and Command Link Plus Multisensor.

Main switch

Engine start/stop button

New Digital Electronic Control

Multi-hub

Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge

Y-COP Command Link Plus Analog Gauge Interface Command Link Plus Gateway

2-1

ALL engine start/stop button

Outboard motor


Command Link Plus system / Digital Electronic Control

Digital Electronic Control The new Digital Electronic Control starts and stops the engine using a CAN signal, which allows the operator to start the engine with a single touch combining it with an outboard motor capable of onetouch engine starts. For multi-engine applications, attaching an ALL engine start/stop button allows the operator to start all outboard motors. Unlike existing Digital Electronic Controls, the neutral position of the control lever is detected only by the LPS. This system is compatible with the Command Link Plus network so that it can be equipped with the Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge. The new Digital Electronic Control is also compatible with Command Link network. However, the Command Link Plus network cannot be used with the Command Link network simultaneously. Switching the engine starter circuit will be required when using outboard motors compatible with existing Digital Electronic Controls in combination with a new Digital Electronic Control (except for single station models). The default setting is to use the engine starter circuit of outboard motors compatible with the new Digital Electronic Control.

0 1 2 3

Single station type Control lever

4

LPS

LPS

5

Digital Electronic Control ECM (PORT)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (STBD)

Control lever Actual control lever position

Actual control lever position

Request: • Engine start request • Shift position • Throttle opening angle

Feedback: • Actual throttle position • Shift position • Engine speed

Engine ECM (PORT) Command: • Actuator and engine operation control

Request: • Engine start request • Shift position • Throttle opening angle

6 7 Feedback: • Actual throttle position • Shift position • Engine speed

8 9

Engine ECM (STBD) Feedback: • Actual actuator and engine condition

• Throttle valve actuator motor • Shift actuator • Ignition • Fuel injection

Command: • Actuator and engine operation control

Feedback: • Actual actuator and engine condition

10

• Throttle valve actuator motor • Shift actuator • Ignition • Fuel injection

A 2-2


TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

Dual station type

A

Control lever

Actual control lever position

Control lever

Actual control lever position

Actual control lever position

LPS

LPS

LPS

Digital Electronic Control ECM (PORT)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (center)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (STBD)

Communication: • Actual lever position • Lever selection • Station selection

B

Control lever

Actual control lever position

Control lever Actual control lever position

LPS

LPS

LPS

Digital Electronic Control ECM (PORT)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (center)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (STBD)

Request: • Engine start request • Shift position • Throttle opening angle

Feedback: • Actual throttle position • Shift position • Engine speed

Engine ECM (PORT) Command: • Actuator and engine operation control

Feedback: • Actual actuator and engine condition

• Throttle valve actuator motor • Shift actuator • Ignition • Fuel injection A Sub station B Main station

2-3

Actual control lever position

Request: • Engine start request • Shift position • Throttle opening angle

Feedback: • Actual throttle position • Shift position • Engine speed

Engine ECM (center) Command: • Actuator and engine operation control

Feedback: • Actual actuator and engine condition

• Throttle valve actuator motor • Shift actuator • Ignition • Fuel injection

Request: • Engine start request • Shift position • Throttle opening angle

Feedback: • Actual throttle position • Shift position • Engine speed

Engine ECM (STBD) Command: • Actuator and engine operation control

Feedback: • Actual actuator and engine condition

• Throttle valve actuator motor • Shift actuator • Ignition • Fuel injection


Digital Electronic Control

Digital Electronic Control component A

b

B

a f

c

a

0

e

b g

g

f

1

d i

2

d e C

c D

a

b

b

f c j

3

a

f c

g

g

d

d

4

h

5 6

e k

e l

m

n

o

7 8

A B C D

Single engine type (top mount) Single engine type (flush mount) Twin engine type Triple engine type

a Control lever b PTT switch c LPS d Free throttle switch e Digital Electronic Control ECM f Active indicator g Alert indicator h Engine selector switch

i Engine start switch j Main switch k Engine start/stop button (single engine type) l Engine start/stop button (twin engine type) m Engine start/stop button (triple engine type) n ALL engine start/stop button o Station selector switch

9 10

A 2-4


TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

New functions and combination with existing control system The Command Link Plus system can be used in combination with existing Digital Electronic Control, engine start switches, and outboard motors that are compatible with existing Digital Electronic Control. However, the new functions of the Command Link Plus system are not available in some configurations. The following table shows possible configurations and the functions achievable. Single station, single engine type Switch panel New New Current Current New New Current

Digital Electronic Control New Current New New New Current Current

Outboard motor (*1) New New New Current Current Current New

New functions One touch engine start/ Simultaneous cranking protection start OK — NO — OK — NO — NO — NO — OK —

Y-COP OK NO OK NO NO NO NO

Single station, twin engine type Switch panel New Current Current Current

Digital Electronic Control New New New Current

Outboard motor (*1) New New Current New

New functions One touch engine start/ Simultaneous cranking protection start OK OK OK NO NO NO OK NO

Y-COP OK OK NO NO

Dual station, single engine type

Switch panel New Current Current Current Current Current Current

2-5

Main station Digital OutElecboard tronic motor Control (*1) New New New New New New New New Current New New Current New Current

Sub station Digital ElecSwitch tronic panel Control New New New New Current New Current Current Current Current Current Current Current New

New functions One touch Simultaengine start/ neous cranking prostart tection OK — OK — OK — OK — OK — NO — NO —

Y-COP OK OK OK OK NO NO NO


Digital Electronic Control Dual station, twin and triple engine types

Switch panel New New New New Current New New Current Current Current Current Current Current

Main station Digital Electronic Control New New New New New New New New New New Current New New

Outboard motor (*1) New Current Current Current New New New New New Current New Current Current

Sub station Digital Switch Elecpanel tronic Control New New New New Current New Current Current New New Current New Current Current Current New Current Current New New Current Current Current Current Current New

New functions One touch Simultaengine start/ neous cranking prostart tection OK OK NO NO NO NO NO NO OK NO OK OK OK OK OK NO OK NO NO NO OK NO NO NO NO NO

Y-COP OK NO NO NO OK OK OK OK OK NO NO NO NO

1 2 3 4

(*1) The following models are denoted as “New” in the preceding tables. Model name F225CA LF225CA F250CA LF250CA F300CA LF300CA F350CA LF350CA

Approved model code 6CL 6CM 6CG 6CH 6CE 6CF 6AW 6AX

0

5

Starting serial No. 1000001– 1000001– 1000001– 1000001– 1000001– 1000001– 1004795– 1002906–

6 7 8 9 10

A 2-6


TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

Authorization system The Digital Electronic Control ECM has its authentication ID recognized by the engine ECM, and the Digital Electronic Control ECM verifies the engine ECM using the authentication ID when the system is activated. If the authentication ID does not match, the engine cannot be started. Reset the authentication ID on the engine ECM using YDIS Ver. 1.33 to allow the engine ECM to recognize the Digital Electronic Control ECM again. Once the engine ECM is reset, connect the Digital Electronic Control ECM to the engine ECM, and the engine ECM will recognize the authentication ID of the Digital Electronic Control ECM automatically, allowing the Digital Electronic Control ECM to take control of the engine operation. When the engine ECM and Digital Electronic Control ECM authentication ID do not match, neither the active indicator nor the alert indicator comes on.

Digital Electronic Control ECM

Engine ECM

(Engine ECM ID: XX00010)

(ID: XX00010)

Digital Electronic Control ECM

Engine ECM

(Engine ECM ID: XX99999)

(ID: XX99999)

A B A Authorization B Unauthorization If the authentication ID does not match, some engine operations will not function properly. Shift operation Throttle operation PTT operation Cranking Engine start

2-7

Not available Not available Available Not available Not available


Digital Electronic Control

Engine start and stop control Under the new Digital Electronic Control system, the Digital Electronic Control ECM sends an engine start and stop request that causes the engine to start or stop. When the engine start switch or engine start/stop button is used to send an engine start and engine stop signal, the Digital Electronic Control ECM sends an engine start and stop signal to the engine ECM based on the engine start and stop status. The engine ECM starts or stops the engine, depending on its current state. When starting the engine using the ALL engine start/stop button, an engine start signal is sent to the engine ECM in order of PORT and STBD for twin engine installations, and to PORT, center and STBD in order for triple engine installations. Pushing the ALL engine start/stop button when any of the outboard engines are stopped causes the Digital Electronic Control ECM to send a stop request to all engine ECMs.

A Engine start/stop button (Engine start switch) (*1)

Digital Electronic Control ECM

LPS

1 2 3

SPS

Engine ECM

0

4

Starter relay

5

Pulser coil

B

6 SPS

LPS

7 Digital Electronic Control ECM

Pulser coil

8 Engine start switch

Engine ECM

9 Neutral switch

10

Starter relay Neutral relay A New Digital Electronic Control B Existing Digital Electronic Control (*1) Engine start/stop button: Twin and triple engine types Engine start switch: Single engine type

A 2-8


TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

Engine start control Engine start/stop button (PORT)

Engine start/stop button (center)

Engine start/stop button (STBD)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (PORT)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (center)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (STBD)

Engine ECM (PORT)

Engine ECM (center)

Engine ECM (STBD)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (center)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (STBD)

ALL engine start/stop button

Digital Electronic Control ECM (PORT) 1st

Engine ECM (PORT)

2nd

Engine ECM (center)

3rd

Engine ECM (STBD)

A B A Engine start/stop button signal B Engine start request

2-9


Digital Electronic Control Engine stop control Engine start/stop button (PORT)

Engine start/stop button (center)

Engine start/stop button (STBD)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (PORT)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (center)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (STBD)

0 1 2

Engine ECM (PORT)

Engine ECM (center)

Engine ECM (STBD)

3 4

ALL engine start/stop button

Digital Electronic Control ECM (PORT)

Digital Electronic Control ECM (center)

5

Digital Electronic Control ECM (STBD)

6 Engine ECM (PORT)

Engine ECM (center)

7

Engine ECM (STBD)

A B A Engine start/stop button signal B Engine stop request

8 9 10

A 2-10


TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

Shift-in prevention control in high-speed range When the control lever is moved quickly, for example, from the fully open F position a directly to the fully open R position while the engine speed is higher than the predetermined level (approximately 1500 r/min), the Digital Electronic Control ECM prevents gear shift until the engine speed is decreased to below the level for which the gear shift is enabled. Shifting to neutral starts once the control lever is moved beyond the gear shift enabling threshold b. The throttle valve is kept at fully closed position even after the control lever reaches notch point R. The actual gearshift is kept at N by the engine ECM until the engine speed reaches point c where the gearshift is enabled. Once the engine speed is decreased to 1500 r/min, gear shift operation to R starts at point c. After gear shift position d, the throttle opening is controlled to the position corresponding to the Digital Electronic Control lever position. A similar control process occurs when the control lever is moved quickly directly from the fully open R position to the fully open F position. F fully F notch N notch R notch

A

R fully F N

B

R Max.

C Min. 5000 r/min

D 1500 r/min

a A B C D

b

Control lever position Actual gearshift position Actual throttle opening Engine speed (r/min)

a F to N switching threshold range b R shift-in position c Throttle position enabling gearshift d Engine speed enabling gearshift

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c

d


Digital Electronic Control

Synchronizing control This control is used to synchronize engine speeds for twin outboard motor installations. When the relative positioning of the control levers for the twin type stays within the synchronizing control range for the specified period, the engine speed of the STBD outboard motor is synchronized with that of the PORT outboard motor. The same applies to the triple outboard motor installation. Under synchronizing control, the center outboard motor runs at the same speed as the PORT outboard motor. The synchronization control is canceled once the angular difference between the two control levers is out of the predetermined control range.

0 1 2

h g

3 a d

b

4

f

5

e e

h

6

c

7

a Angular difference of the 2 control levers b Synchronization control range c PORT lever position d STBD lever position e F fully closed f Lower limit of the synchronization control g Upper limit of the synchronization control h F fully open

8 9

Conditions under which synchronization control is performed (*1) (when all the following conditions are met.) • The gear shift is in the F position for both the PORT and the STBD, or the center outboard motors. • The Digital Electronic Control lever position (STBD) is within the synchronization control range. • The angular difference of the control levers is within the synchronization control range. • The throttle valve opening of the STBD and the center outboard motors is within the synchronization control range. • The engine speed is within the synchronization control range for both the PORT and the STBD, or the center outboard motors.

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10

A


TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

• The difference in engine speed between the PORT and the STBD, or the center outboard motors is within the synchronization control range. • Synchronization control is canceled when the fail-safe control is activated. (*1) Applicable to multiple engine installations. Conditions under which the synchronization control is not performed (*1) (when any of the following conditions are met.) • The shift position of either the PORT, or the STBD, or the center outboard motor is in the N position. • Shift position is different between the PORT and the STBD, or the center outboard motor. • The Digital Electronic Control lever position (STBD) is out of the synchronization control range. • The angular difference of the control levers is out of the synchronization control range. • The throttle valve opening of the STBD, or the center outboard motor is out of the synchronization control range. • The engine speed of either the PORT, or the STBD, or the center outboard motor is out of the synchronization control range. • The difference in engine speed between the PORT and the STBD, or the center outboard motors is larger than the specified value. • A failure that causes engine speed restrictions occurs. (*1) Applicable to multiple engine installations

PTT control The Digital Electronic Control ECM causes the PTT relay to activate the PTT mechanism in accordance with the input from the switches which are installed at the main station, sub station, and the bottom cowling respectively. The following table shows the PTT operations corresponding to the independent or simultaneous PTT switch operations. Operation at the sub station cannot be activated while the engine start switch or main switch is OFF since the effective operating station cannot be changed unless the engine start switch or main switch is turned to ON. PTT switch

Main station

Sub station

Bottom cowling

Engine start switch or main switch OFF

UP DN — — — — UP DN UP DN — —

— — UP DN — — DN UP — — UP DN

— — — — UP DN — — DN UP DN UP

Up Down Not functioning Not functioning Up Down Up Down Not functioning Not functioning Down Up

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PTT operation Engine start switch or main switch ON and main station selected Up Down Not functioning Not functioning Up Down Up Down Not functioning Not functioning Down Up

Engine start switch or main switch ON and sub station selected Not functioning Not functioning Up Down Up Down Down Up Down Up Not functioning Not functioning


Digital Electronic Control

Tilt limiter A tilt angle limiter setting function has been added to the PTT control. This function prevents the top cowling from striking the motor well on the boat when the outboard motor is fully tilted up. The tilt limit position set by this function ranges from the maximum tilt angle to approximately minus 4°–17°. The tilt limiter for PORT, STBD, and center outboard motors needs to be configured separately. The tilt limit position is set using YDIS (ver. 1.33 or later). See “Setting the tilt limiter (for applicable models)” (3-39), or “YDIS Instruction Manual.”

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a

5

b

6 a Max. tilt angle b Adjust range

7 8 9 10

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TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

Triple outboard motor operation Selecting the outboard motor The engine selector switch a allows boat operators to change the mode of operable outboard motor between ALL mode in which the PORT, center, and STBD outboard motors are operable, P and S mode in which the PORT and STBD outboard motors are operable, and C mode in which the center outboard motor is operable. Start all three outboard motor engines and then push the engine selector switch a once. The P and S mode is entered. Pushing the engine selector switch a twice will change to the C mode. Then, operating mode will return to the initial condition (ALL mode) by pushing the switch once more. The outboard motors currently selected can be determined by checking the active indicator b lighting positions on the Digital Electronic Control.

P

C

S

b

A

P

C

b

P

C

A All mode B P and S mode C C mode P: PORT outboard motor C: Center outboard motor S: STBD outboard motor

S

b

a

C

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S

B


Digital Electronic Control When operating the PORT, center, and STBD outboard motors (ALL mode) • The center outboard motor is controlled to obtain the operation corresponding to the virtual intermediate position of the PORT and the STBD control levers. Note that the center outboard motor is locked in the N position (with fully closed throttle) if PORT and STBD outboard motors are in the different gearshift positions. • The PORT outboard motor is controlled to obtain the operation corresponding to the PORT control lever position. • The STBD outboard motor is controlled to obtain the operation corresponding to the STBD control lever position.

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P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

3 4 5 P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

6

S

7 8 A B C

9

A Lever operation B Boat direction and turning force C Propulsion The size of the arrow is proportional to the turning force. P: PORT outboard motor C: Center outboard motor S: STBD outboard motor

10

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TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

When operating the PORT and STBD outboard motors (P and S mode) • The center outboard motor is always kept in the N position (with fully closed throttle). • The PORT outboard motor is controlled to obtain the operation corresponding to the PORT control lever position. • The STBD outboard motor is controlled to obtain the operation corresponding to the STBD control lever position.

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

A B C A Lever operation B Boat direction and turning force C Propulsion The size of the arrow displayed is proportional to the turning force. P: PORT outboard motor C: Center outboard motor S: STBD outboard motor

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Digital Electronic Control When operating the center outboard motor (C mode) • The center outboard motor is controlled to obtain the operation corresponding to the PORT control lever position. • The PORT outboard motor is always kept in the N position (with fully closed throttle). • The STBD outboard motor is always kept in the N position (with fully closed throttle).

0 1

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

P

C

S

2 3 4

A B C

5

A Lever operation B Boat direction and turning force C Propulsion The size of the arrow is proportional to the turning force. P: PORT outboard motor C: Center outboard motor S: STBD outboard motor

6 7 8 9 10

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TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

Dual station control (for triple outboard motor installation) The station selector switch switches the effective operating station between the main station and the sub station. The effective operating station can be changed when the main switch is ON, and all control levers at the main station and sub station are in the N position. Note that the effective operating station cannot be changed for the outboard motors on which the main switch is OFF. The active indicator on the Digital Electronic Control box comes on, once the relevant operating station is activated.

A

B

C

A Turning the main switch to ON selects the main station as the effective operating station. The active indicator on the Digital Electronic Control at the main station comes on. B Pushing the station selector switch at the sub station once while all control levers at both the main station and the sub station are in the N position transfers the control functions of all the outboard motors to sub station. C Gearshift and throttle opening can be controlled by operating the control levers at the sub station.

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Digital Electronic Control All control levers at both the main station and the sub station must be in the N position to allow switching of the effective operating station.

D

E

F

0 1 2 3 4 5

D Turning the main switch to ON selects the main station as the effective operating station. The active indicator on the Digital Electronic Control at the main station comes on. E Because the main station is selected as the effective operating station, the gearshift and the throttle position cannot be controlled using the control levers at the sub station. F Because the control lever at the sub station is not in the N position, the effective operating station cannot be changed by activating the station selector switch.

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TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge The Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge can display engine information for up to three outboard motors on a single display. In addition to information on outboard motors, it can also display boat information. The USB interface on the rear of the gauge can be used to input and output gauge settings, and to input image for display on the startup screen. When starting the Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge for the first time, or when it is reset, configuring the number of outboard motors mounted on the boat will be required. See “Configuring the number of outboard motors” (3-45).

Names and functions of parts

i

h

b

j

c

a d e a Main screen b Directional keypad c “SET” button d “CANCEL” button e “MENU” button f Command Link Plus network interface g NMEA 0183 interface h Fuel sensor interface i USB interface j Cap

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g

f


Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge Main screen Displays engine information, boat/environment information, setting menus, and so on. The engine and boat information to display can be selected.

0

Operating buttons Button Directional keypad

“SET” button

“CANCEL” button

“MENU” button

Function “LI” (Up/Down) buttons • Switches main screen • Moves cursor (selects) on the menu screen • Adjusts engine speed during trolling “HJ” (Left/Right) buttons • Switches main screen • Moves cursor (selects) on the menu screen • Set • Moves the menu screen cursor to the right • When on the main screen, moves to the “BRIGHTNESS” screen • Cancel • Moves from any setting screen to the menu screen • Moves from the menu screen to the main screen • Moves the menu screen cursor to the left • Cancels trolling mode • When on the main screen, moves to the “TRIP” screen Moves from any screen to the top menu screen

1 2 3 4 5 6

Command Link Plus network interface Used for connecting to the Command Link Plus using the dedicated cables. NMEA 0183 interface Used for connecting to an NMEA 0183 standard GPS using the dedicated cables.

7

Fuel sensor interface Used for connecting to fuel tank sensor using the dedicated cables. Up to four fuel tank sensors can be connected.

8 9 10

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TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

USB Interface Password-protected USB memory cannot be used. Used for connecting to USB memory (ver. 1.1, ver. 2.0) to install startup screens. Inputs and outputs the Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge configuration information. Images and configuration information need to be saved on the top layer of the USB memory. Only single-byte Roman letters can be used for the file names of the image files to install. Anything in the file names of the configuration files cannot be changed except for the numbers. If characters other than numbers are changed, the Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge will not be able to read the files. (Configuration_01.csv, Configuration_04.csv) The Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge may not be turned off during installation of images or configuration files. Reinstallation of the images will be required if they do not display properly after installation. Image size Image type

Image files that can be installed 800 300 pixel JPEG 24-bit color (No gray/No progressive) PNG 24-bit/8-bit color (No alfa layer)

Startup screen Displays designated images (boat-builder logos and so on) on the startup screen. Images for display are installed directly via the USB interface.

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Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge

Status bar Displays the screen name and time in the upper area of the screen. Displays “ENGINE” when displaying engine information, “BOAT STATS” when displaying boat information, “COMBO” when displaying engine and boat information, and “TROLL” when trolling. Displays the time when time information is being received from a connected device.

A

a

B

0 1

a

2 C

a

D

a

3 4

E

a

F

a

5 6

G

a

H

a

7 8

J

a

9 10 a Status bar A B C D E

COMBO screen (single engine type) COMBO screen (twin engine type) COMBO screen (triple engine type) ENGINE screen (twin engine type) ENGINE screen (triple engine type)

F G H J

BOAT STATS screen TROLL screen (single engine type) TROLL screen (twin engine type) TROLL screen (triple engine type)

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TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

Display item The Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge screen displays are as follows:

A

b

B

c

b

c

a a

C

ab

c

D

b

c

F

b

c

a

E ab

c

a

a Shift position b Tachometer c Trim angle A B C D E F

Single engine type (digital display) Single engine type (analog display) Twin engine type (digital display) Twin engine type (analog display) Triple engine type (digital display) Triple engine type (analog display)

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Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge

0 Cooling water temperature (digital)

Cooling water temperature (analog)

Battery voltage (digital 1)

Battery voltage (analog)

1 2

House (accessory) battery voltage (digital 1)

House (accessory) battery voltage (analog)

Battery voltage (digital 2)

3

House (accessory) battery voltage (digital 2)

4 5 Cooling water pressure display (digital)

Cooling water pressure display (analog)

Cooling water pressure display with scale (digital)

Cooling water pressure display with scale (analog)

6 7

Engine oil pressure display (digital)

8

Engine oil pressure display (analog)

9 Engine warm-up indicator

Engine synchronization indicator

10

Y-COP lock indicator

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TECH FEA

Technical feature and description

Trip hour meter (PORT)

Trip hour meter (center)

Trip hour meter (STBD)

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Speedometer (digital)

Speedometer (analog)

Trip distance

Remaining fuel

Fuel flow (PORT)

Fuel flow (center)

Fuel flow (STBD)

Total fuel flow

Total fuel consumption

Fuel economy

Water surface temperature

Water depth


Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge Tachometer display Either analog or digital display can be selected. When the shift is in the N position, the lettering in the tachometer display (the color of the needles for analog displays) turns a paler color. • Digital displays Displays the engine speed in 100 r/min (“1” 100 r/min) increments. Displays “0” for engine speeds of less than 300 r/min. Display “99” flashes for engine speeds of more than 10000 r/min. Displays “– –” when no data on engine speed is being received. • Analog displays Displays the engine speed per minute in 1 r/min increments. Indicates “0” for engine speeds of less than 300 r/min. The indicator needle flashes in the 7000 position when engine speed is more than 7000 r/min. No needle is displayed when there is no data on engine speed being received. Trim meter display Displays the trim angle of the outboard motor in 10 stages. The display flashes when the trim angle is outside the trim range. Shift position display Displays the shift positions (F-N-R). The letter of the currently selected shift position is enlarged. No shift position is displayed when there is no data on shift position being received. Cooling water temperature display Either analog or digital display can be selected. • Digital displays Displays engine cooling water temperature in 5 stages. In normal operating conditions, the display is in the center of the meter. No cursor is displayed when there is no data on cooling water temperature being received. • Analog displays The engine cooling water temperature is displayed in increments of 0.1 ºC. No needle is displayed when there is no data on cooling water temperature being received. Battery voltage display Either analog or digital (bar graphs and numeric displays) display can be selected. • Digital displays Battery voltage for starting the engine is displayed in either 5 stages or 0.1 V increments. For numeric displays, the display flashes when battery voltage is less than 12 V or greater than 16 V. No cursor, or alternatively, “– –. – V” is displayed when no data on battery voltage is being received. • Analog displays Battery voltage for starting the engine is displayed in 0.01 V increments. The needles indicate 11 when battery voltage for starting the engine is less than 11 V. The needles indicate 17 when battery voltage for starting the engine is greater than 17 V. No needle is displayed when there is no data on battery voltage being received.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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2011 Yamaha 6×6 Type G COMMAND LINK PLUS Service Repair Manual SN:3000143 and up  
2011 Yamaha 6×6 Type G COMMAND LINK PLUS Service Repair Manual SN:3000143 and up  
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