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18 FT. TOMCAT JET BOAT OWNER ’S MANUAL


Thank You We thank you for purchasing your Outlaw Eagle Jet-Boat. We are sure that you will enjoy your Jet-Boat for years to come. Outlaw Eagle, building customer loyalty through quality and performance. This Owner’s Manual contains operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting information that you will require to properly operate and care for your boat. Read through this manual in its entirety prior to operating your boat for the first time. Following the information provided in this Owner’s Manual will maximize the life of your boat and make the operation of your boat more enjoyable. Outlaw Eagle prides itself on continuous improvement. Due to this, your Jet-Boat may not be exactly as depicted in this Owner’s Manual. Components, specifications, operations, and maintenance procedures are subject to change without notice. Please consider this manual as part of the boat. Keep it with the boat at all times.

Revision Information Revision Date Released Description of Changes

SME(s)/Reviewer(s)/Approver(s)

Rev 0

Tyler Myers

February 2016

Initial release

Disclaimer Outlaw Eagle makes every effort to ensure that our documentation contains accurate information. This Owner’s Manual is intended to be used along with a complete boat training program. Outlaw Eagle does not warrant or guarantee the completeness or the accuracy of the information contained in this Owner’s Manual. The audience of this Owner’s Manual hereby protects, holds harmless, and indemnifies Outlaw Eagle and its representatives from and against all liability for damage to equipment, from personal injury and death, and from any property damage arising from the use by the reader of the information contained herein.

Jet-Boat Owner’s Manual Copyright © 2016 Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing. All rights reserved. Confidential: 1st Edition, February 2016 This document and the information contained herein are the property of Outlaw Eagle. It shall not be disclosed nor copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of an Outlaw Eagle representative. Transmission, reproduction, and sharing, of this document in its original form is encouraged.


OWNER’S MANUAL

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents Section 1: Warranty Information ......................................................................................... 1 1.1 What is Covered ............................................................................................................................ 1 1.2 Duration of Coverage .................................................................................................................... 1 1.3 Conditions to Obtain Warranty Coverage ................................................................................... 1 1.4 What Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. Will Do.......................................................................... 1 1.5 How to Obtain Warranty Coverage .............................................................................................. 1 1.6 What is not Covered...................................................................................................................... 2

Section 2: Safety First .......................................................................................................... 3 2.1 Safety Tips ..................................................................................................................................... 3 2.2 Owner/Operator Responsibilities................................................................................................. 3 2.3 Hull Serial Number (HIN)............................................................................................................... 4 2.3.1 Hull Serial Number and Plate Location .................................................................................. 4 2.4 Original Equipment Manufacturer Info ........................................................................................ 4 2.5 Important Information ................................................................................................................... 5 2.6 Labels ............................................................................................................................................. 6 2.7 Emergency Stop Switch & Lanyard ............................................................................................. 7 2.8 Engine Compartment Fire Access ............................................................................................... 8

Section 3: Understanding Your Boat .................................................................................. 9 3.1 Overview......................................................................................................................................... 9 3.2 Specifications ............................................................................................................................. 10 3.3 Locations of Boat Components

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3.4 Control System ............................................................................................................................ 13 3.5 Steering System .......................................................................................................................... 13 3.6 Propulsion System ...................................................................................................................... 14 3.6.1 Fuel System ......................................................................................................................... 15 3.6.2 Jet Pump Water Intake & EZ-Clean Grate ........................................................................... 16 3.7 Controls and Gauges .................................................................................................................. 17 3.7.1 Fold-Down Operator’s Console............................................................................................ 17 3.7.2 Pilot Control Panel ............................................................................................................... 18 3.7.3 Battery Switch ...................................................................................................................... 19 3.7.4 Fuel Tank Selector Switch ................................................................................................... 20 3.7.5 Alarms and Monitors ............................................................................................................ 21 3.7.5.1 High Bilge Water Indicator........................................................................................................ 21 3.7.5.2 Engine Fire Indicator ................................................................................................................ 21 3.7.5.3 Bilge Fuel Vapour Indicator ...................................................................................................... 21

3.8 Bilge System ................................................................................................................................ 22 3.8.1 Automatic Bilge Pump.......................................................................................................... 22 3.8.2 Bilge Blower System ............................................................................................................ 22 3.9 Engine Oil System ....................................................................................................................... 23

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3.10 Electrical System....................................................................................................................... 24 3.10.1 Lighting............................................................................................................................... 24 3.10.1.1 Remote Control Search Light ................................................................................................ 24 3.10.1.2 All-Around Anchor Light ......................................................................................................... 25

3.11 Towing ........................................................................................................................................ 25

Section 4: Operating Your Boat......................................................................................... 27 4.1 Pre-Operation Checklists............................................................................................................ 27 4.1.1 Pre-Trip Safety Checklist ..................................................................................................... 27 4.2 Pre-Launch................................................................................................................................... 28 4.2.1 Inspect The Boat .................................................................................................................. 28 4.2.1.1 Inspect the Hull for Damage..................................................................................................... 28 4.2.1.2 Check Bilge Blower Operation ................................................................................................. 31 4.2.1.3 Check Steering System............................................................................................................ 32 4.2.1.4 Check Battery and Electrical System ....................................................................................... 32 4.2.1.5 Check Fuel Level...................................................................................................................... 33 4.2.1.6 Check Bilge Pump for Proper................................................................................................... 34

4.3 Boat Launch................................................................................................................................. 35 4.4 Startup .......................................................................................................................................... 36 4.5 Jet-Boat Operation ...................................................................................................................... 38 4.6 Bilge Pump Operation................................................................................................................. 39 4.7 Manual Bilge Pump ..................................................................................................................... 40 4.8 Bilge Blower................................................................................................................................. 41 4.9 Light Controls .............................................................................................................................. 42 4.9.1 Remote Search Lights.......................................................................................................... 42 4.9.2 Compass Light Control......................................................................................................... 42 4.10 Trim Tab Adjustment................................................................................................................. 43 4.11 Tow Post Setup.......................................................................................................................... 44 4.12 Trailering Your Boat .................................................................................................................. 45

Section 5: Maintaining Your Boat...................................................................................... 46 5.1 Recommended Tools & Spare Parts List .................................................................................. 46 5.2 Pre-Season Maintenance ............................................................................................................ 47 5.2.1 Check Battery Condition ...................................................................................................... 47 5.2.2 Inspect Fuel System............................................................................................................. 47 5.2.3 Check Fluids ........................................................................................................................ 47 5.2.3.1 Engine Fuel .............................................................................................................................. 47 5.2.3.2 Engine Oil................................................................................................................................. 48

5.2.4 Check the Zinc/Magnesium Sacrificial Anode...................................................................... 48 5.2.5 Other Checks ....................................................................................................................... 48 5.3 After Every Trip............................................................................................................................ 49 5.4 Occasional Maintenance............................................................................................................. 50 5.4.1 General Maintenance........................................................................................................... 50 5.4.2 Exposed Aluminum .............................................................................................................. 50

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5.5 Post-Season Maintenance .......................................................................................................... 50 5.5.1 Add Fuel Stabilizer ............................................................................................................... 50 5.5.2 Winterizing Your Boat .......................................................................................................... 51 5.5.3 Storage................................................................................................................................. 51 5.6 Jet Drive Maintenance................................................................................................................. 51 5.6.1 Shear Pin or Key Replacement............................................................................................ 51 5.6.2 Grease Jet Pump Bearings Every 10 Hours ........................................................................ 51 5.6.3 Grease Pump to Purge Water Every 30-40 Hours............................................................... 52 5.7 Check Jet Intake .......................................................................................................................... 52

Section 6: Troubleshooting ............................................................................................... 53 6.1 General Troubleshooting Table ................................................................................................ 54

Appendix A: Technical Information .................................................................................A-1 Serial Numbers .................................................................................................................................A-1 Parts List ...........................................................................................................................................A-2 Assembly Drawings & Electrical Schematic..................................................................................A-5

Appendix B: Third-Party References ...............................................................................B-1

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WARRANTY INFORMATION

Section 1: Warranty Information 1.1 What is Covered Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. warrants its new Jet-Boats to be free of defects in material and workmanship during the period described below.

1.2 Duration of Coverage This Limited Warranty provides coverage for one (1) year from either the date the product is first sold, or the date on which the product is first put into service, whichever occurs first. The repair or replacement of parts, or the performance of service under this warranty, does not extend the life of this warranty beyond its original expiration date. Unexpired warranty coverage can be transferred to a subsequent purchaser upon proper re-registration of the product.

1.3 Conditions to Obtain Warranty Coverage Warranty coverage is available only to registered customers that purchase from a Dealer authorized by Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd.

1.4 What Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. Will Do Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd.’s sole and exclusive obligation under this warranty is limited to, at our option, repairing a defective part, replacing such part or parts with new or re-manufactured parts, or refunding the purchase price of the product. Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. reserves the right to improve or modify products from time to time without assuming an obligation to modify products previously manufactured.

1.5 How to Obtain Warranty Coverage The customer must provide Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. with a reasonable opportunity to repair, and reasonable access to the product for warranty service. Warranty claims shall be made by delivering the product for inspection to an Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. dealer authorized to service the product. If purchaser cannot deliver the product to such a dealer, written notice must be given to Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. We will then arrange for the inspection and any covered repair. Purchaser in that case shall pay for all related transportation charges and/or travel time. If the service provided is not covered by this warranty, purchaser shall pay for all related labor and material, and any other expenses associated with that service. Purchaser shall not, unless requested by Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd., ship the product or part of the product directly to Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd.

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1.6 What is not Covered This limited warranty does not cover routine maintenance items, tune ups, adjustments, normal wear and tear, damage caused by abuse, abnormal use, neglect, accident, submersion, improper service, use of an accessory or part not manufactured or sold by Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd., jet pump impellers, and wear rings or liners. Use of the product for racing or other competitive activity, or operating with racing modifications, at any point, even by a prior owner of the product, voids the warranty. Expenses related to haul-out, launch, towing, storage, telephone, rental, inconvenience, slip fees, insurance coverage, loan payments, loss of time, loss of income, or any other type of incidental or consequential damages are not covered by this warranty. No individual or entity, including Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd.’s authorized dealers, has been given authority by Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. to make any affirmation, representation or warranty regarding the product, other than those contained in this limited warranty, and if made, shall not be enforceable against Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. Trailers, engines, jet drives are covered by individual manufacturer’s warranty. Please see product manuals for OEM Warranty information. Outlaw Eagle Manufacturing Ltd. is an authorized warranty depot for all parts used on our boats.

DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. TO THE EXTENT THAT THEY CANNOT BE DISCLAIMED, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE LIFE OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY. INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARE EXCLUDED FROM COVERAGE UNDER THIS WARRANTY.

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SAFETY FIRST

Section 2: Safety First

TIP flotation Always make sure that everyone on your boat is wearing an approved personal device! Know Your Vessel. Keep your boat well tuned to avoid mechanical breakdowns. Plan ahead and ensure that you follow a regular maintenance program. Always carry adequate safety equipment and spare parts aboard the boat. This may not only save you time and money, but it could also save your life. Consult local laws, regulations, and standards to best understand the safety requirements of the area that you will be operating the boat in. See heading “4.1 PreOperation Checklists” on page 27 for more information.

2.1 Safety Tips Here are some quick safety tips to help you fully enjoy your boat:

 Never go boating alone  Give someone a copy of your boating plan and tell them when you are leaving and when you are planning to return  Make sure that everyone on the boat is wearing a Coast Guard approved personal flotation device  Never operate your boat while under the influence of alcohol or drugs

2.2 Owner/Operator Responsibilities The law requires that the operator of a boat must assist any person or boat in distress as long as doing so does not endanger their boat or their safety. The operator is also responsible for understanding and complying with the following procedures and operational requirements: 

Provincial/State boat registration

Reporting accidents

Warranty registration

Warranty terms & conditions

Insurance

Break-In procedures

Rules of the waters

Required safety equipment

Familiar with proper maintenance procedures

Familiar with boat systems

Safety training of passengers & crew

Familiar with safe operating practices

Seaworthiness inspections

Environmental regulations

Avoiding drugs & alcohol

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2.3 Hull Serial Number (HIN)

TIP Keep a copy of the hull serial number with you on the boat! The HIN (Hull Serial Number) plate is mounted to the boat’s hull. It is located on the starboard-aft corner of the boat just below the swim platform. It contains the serial number of your boat. The serial number provides a uniform method for identifying a specific vessel for a variety of purposes.

2.3.1 Hull Serial Number and Plate Location The Hull Serial Number for this boat is QOM18683L516. Figure 2-1: HIN Plate Location

2.4 Original Equipment Manufacturer Info Outlaw Eagle uses many OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) components in the construction of our boats. Each component has accompanying documentation that indicates how to best operate and maintain it. These documents also contain important information on cautions, warnings, and dangers inherent in the use of specific OEM components. You must read and understand the OEM’s documents in order to operate OEM components in a safe and correct manner. DANGER! Failure to read through these OEM documents can result in damage to equipment, injury, or even death. © OUTLAW EAGLE, 2016

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2.5 Important Information In this Owner Manual, important information is identified in the following ways: DANGER! This is the DANGER symbol. It symbolizes a possible dangerous situation or operation that could cause injury or could result in death.

CAUTION: This is the CAUTION symbol. It symbolizes a possible situation or operation that could damage the boat or boat components IMPORTANT: This is the IMPORTANT symbol. It symbolizes important information to consider when performing a task or operation that will not directly result in injury, death, or damage to the boat or its components.

TIP This is the TIP symbol. It symbolizes extra information that can help you to become more familiar with your boat. NOTE: The note text provides information that makes procedures easier to perform or explanations easier to understand.

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2.6 Labels

TIP Adhere to all of the safety labels that are located throughout the boat.

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2.7 Emergency Stop Switch & Lanyard DANGER! Operators must always attach the Emergency Stop Switch lanyard to their PFD (Personal Flotation Device). If you are thrown from the boat, failure to attach the lanyard to your PFD could result in a runaway boat. This could result in damage to the boat, injury, and/or death.

The Emergency Stop Switch immediately kills the engine and shuts off the boat when it is activated. Make sure that you connect the Emergency Stop Switch key lanyard to your PFD (Personal Flotation Device). This will help to ensure that the Emergency Stop Switch is activated if you suddenly leave the helm.

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2.8 Engine Compartment Fire Access DANGER! Never open the engine compartment if a fire is occurring. Opening the engine compartment when a fire is occurring will feed the fire with fresh air causing it to increase in intensity. This could result in the fire spreading and result in further damage, injury, or death.

The engine compartment is fitted with a FIRE ACCESS window. In case of a fire occurring in the engine compartment: 1. Grab a fire extinguisher. 2. Open the FIRE ACCESS window. 3. Insert the fire extinguisher nozzle through the FIRE ACCESS window and discharge the fire extinguisher. Figure 2-2: FIRE ACCESS Window

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Section 3: Understanding Your Boat

3.1 Overview

TIP small Outlaw Eagle Jet-Boats are designed to operate in a variety of waterways including lakes, rivers, and shallow channels! This Jet-Boat’s purpose is to provide a fast, mobile boat for use in a variety of waterways. It adheres to the requirements for small vessels as put forth in TP 1332E: CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS FOR SMALL VESSELS. The Jet-Boat is designed around an Outlaw Eagle, custom 18 ft. aluminum, Tomcat style hull. The V-style mono hull has a reverse chine flat that extends to the stern. Lifting strakes are incorporated into the design to allow for enhanced, shallow water access. Low smoke/spread flotation foam is added to the hull for added buoyancy. The design of this Jet-Boat facilitates maintenance procedures and component repairs. The design also helps to ensure that this watercraft remains stable while operating at varying speeds in a variety of waterways and environmental conditions. Outlaw Eagle boats are built to withstand harsh environmental and operational demands. Jet-Boat construction uses aluminum to provide a durable yet light weight boat. The boat’s hull and all of its components have sufficient strength and durability to handle impacts during normal loading procedures. Stainless steel fasteners are used throughout the Jet-Boat. All wiring, lines, cables, and hoses are protected against wear and damage.

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3.2 Specifications Table 3-1: Specifications Part

Specification

Details

GENERAL INFORMATION Custom DFO 18 ft. Tomcat Hull Operating Parameters (at time of manufacturer in Red Deer, AB @ 920 m / 3000 ft. above sea level)

Boat Information

Maximum Speed

37.4 Knots @ 5400 RPM

Cruising Speed

26 Knots @ 4000 RPM

Time to Maximum Speed from Dead Stop

23 Seconds

Time to Dead Stop from Max Speed

11 Seconds

Fuel Consumption at Max Speed

83.3 LPH (~22 GPH)

Length:

617 9 cm (243-1/4 in.)

Width:

234.3 cm (92-1/4 in.)

Height:

236.1 cm (92-15/16 in)

Boat Weight:

1206.6 kg (2,660.0 lb.)

Trailer Weight:

730.0 kg (1,606.4 lb.)

Road Weight: (Combined Boat and Trailer)

1936.0 kg (4,268.1 lb.)

BILGE PUMPS Bilge Pumps

Manual Bilge Pump

Part No.:

RUL02

Manufacturer:

Rule

Type:

5678 LPH / 1500 GPH

Part No.:

WM29240-0000

Manufacturer:

JABSCO

Type:

45 LPM / 10 GPM

PROPULSION SYSTEMS Jet Propulsion Engine

Part No.:

N/A

Model:

200 Sport-Jet

Manufacturer:

Mercury Marine

Engine Type:

V-6

Displacement:

2L

Full Throttle RPM:

5150-5650

Dry Weight

166 kg / 367 lbs

TANKS Corner Fuel Tank

Engine Oil Tank

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Part No.:

PAY032619

Manufacturer:

Moeller

Volume:

71.9 L (19 US gal)

Quantity:

2

Part No.:

MC8742A22

Manufacturer:

Mercury Marine

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3.3 Locations of Boat Components Figure 3-1: Isometric Bow View

Figure 3-2: Top View

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Figure 3-3: Isometric Stern View

Figure 3-4: Bottom View

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3.4 Control System The control system allows you to remotely operate the engine throttle/shift control. The boat’s throttle lever control is mounted to the right of the Pilot Control Panel.

3.5 Steering System Figure 3-5: Steering Wheel and Control Panel

TIP Inspect steering operation and components for damage, wear, or loose, fasteners prior to each boating excursion. Steer the boat by turning the steering wheel to the left and right. When moving forward, turn the steering wheel in the direction that you want the boat to move; when moving backwards, turn the steering wheel in the opposite direction that you want the boat to move. Turning the steering wheel changes the direction that the jet nozzle points in. To familiarize yourself with the boat’s steering responsiveness, experiment by operating your boat in an wide open area such as a lake. Due to the relatively flat bottom of the hull and the lack of propeller skeg, your boat will tend to skid on the turns. You must start your turns early and use sufficient power to maintain steerage. If you attempt too tight of a turn at too high of a speed, your boat will likely spin out. This is a great way to stop in a hurry, but can also cause an unstable boat to roll over. Running the Jet-Boat upstream is easier than running it downstream. Remember that when running downstream, the boat’s speed is added to the downstream flow of the river. Running upstream, the river speed subtracts from the boat speed. You can throttle back to carefully navigate through tight areas with good control. © OUTLAW EAGLE, 2016

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3.6 Propulsion System

TIP before Sharp turns can result in water entering the boat. Run the bilge pump if this occurs resuming with normal operation! DANGER! Jet-Boats are highly maneuverable. Executing quick turns or stops may eject the driver or passengers from the boat. This could result in injury or death. IMPORTANT: Make sure that you have paddles on board. They will come in handy if you ever run out of fuel or for careful maneuvering in shallow or debris filled waters.

This boat comes with a jet propulsion system. The jet propulsion system consists of a Mercury Marine 200 Sport-Jet engine and associated jet pump. Consult the engine manual prior to operating the engine. The owner manual will assist you in familiarizing yourself with these components’ operation and maintenance requirements.

TIP Remember that the jet drive impeller is always turning even when the boat is in idle. DANGER! Keeps extremities, hair, and clothing away from the jet drive intake nozzle. Failure to do so could result in them getting caught in the jet pump impeller, which could result in injury or death.

This Optimax engine and Jet-Smart pump propel the boat through the water at a maximum, full throttle speed of 37.4 knots @ 5400 RPM, and has a cruising speed of 26 knots @ 4000 RPM. It takes 23 seconds for the boat to reach full speed from a dead stop. It takes 11 seconds for the boat to reach a dead stop from full speed. Figure 3-6: Optimax Smart-Jet 200

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3.6.1 Fuel System The engine fuel pump draws gasoline from the fuel tanks and feeds it to the Jet-Engine to run the propulsion system. The fuel selector switch allows you to turn the fuel system off and to choose which fuel tank you want to draw fuel from. It is located at the aft of the boat next to the engine oil sight glass. Figure 3-7: Fuel System

Two 71.9 L (19 US gal) corner tanks are securely installed in the port-aft and starboardaft corners of the boat. Each tank has at separate fill port. You can access both fill ports from the swim deck. The starboard fill port is for the starboard-side tank and the port-side fill port is for the port-side tank. Each tank also has a vent and a check valve to assist in keeping debris out of the fuel supply. Figure 3-8: Gasoline Tank Fill Port

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3.6.2 Jet Pump Water Intake & EZ-Clean Grate

TIP Always check the jet intake grate before operation to ensure that it is free of debris! CAUTION: Do not operate the boat in debris or weed filled waters. The jet drive may become clogged causing a loss of propulsion.

The jet pump water intake is installed in the hull under the boat. The water intake provides water for jet propulsion. It has a grate over it to protect it from large debris. The intake grate allows smaller debris to pass through it. This debris safely passes through the jet pump unit causing minimal, normal wear to the impeller. CAUTION: Do not use the EZ-Clean grate to clear debris unless the boat jet engine is off.

A spring-loaded EZ-Clean grate is fitted to the boat. It is designed to allow you to clear the intake of larger debris by stomping down on the step. Figure 3-9: EZ-Clean Grate

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3.7 Controls and Gauges This section explains the location and function of the controls and gauges required to operate this boat.

3.7.1 Fold-Down Operator’s Console The Operator’s Console is set in the middle of your boat. It contains the Pilot Control Panel and other controls required to operate your Jet-Boat, such as the search light remote and the battery switch. The fold-down operator console has a storage compartment. It also protects the batteries, which sit on the boat’s deck directly below the compartment. The windshield is hinged so that you can fold it down during transport or when storing the boat. Figure 3-10: Operator’s Console

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3.7.2 Pilot Control Panel The Pilot Control Panel is mounted in the console for ease of use and accessibility. Figure 3-11: Control Panels

Control

Function

1. HIGH BILGE WATER INDICATOR

This indicator lights and beeps when a high water level is detected in the bilge compartment.

2. ENGINE TACHOMETER

The tachometer shows the operator the engine’s speed in RPM.

3. GAS FUME DETECTOR

The gas fume detector monitors the boat for dangerous gases, which could poison boat occupants or cause an explosion.

4. COMPASS DIMMER SWITCH

The compass has a light to help view it in darker conditions. This dimmer switch allows the operator to adjust the brightness of this light.

5. BILGE PUMP SWITCH

Turn the switch on to operate the bilge pump.

6. BILGE POWER SWITCH

Switch on to supply power to the bilge pump, switch off to cut power to the pump.

7. PORT WIPER SWITCH

Operates the windshield wiper that is located on the port side of the boat.

8. STARBOARD WIPER SWITCH

Operates the windshield wiper that is located on the starboard side of the boat.

9. HORN POWER SWITCH

Operates the boat’s horn.

10. LIGHTS

Switch on to turn the navigation lights on, switch off to turn the lights off.

11. MAST LIGHT

Turns the all-around mast light on and off.

12. RADIO

This switch allows you to add a radio to your boat at a later date.

13. HEATER

This switch allows you to add a heater to your boat at a later date.

14. GPS

This switch allows you to add a heater to your boat at a later date.

15. 12 VOLT POWER POINT

This is a 12 volt power outlet.

16. 12 VOLT POWER POINT

This is a 12 volt power outlet.

17. STARBOARD SIDE FUEL GAUGE This fuel gauge displays the amount of fuel that is in the starboard side fuel tank.

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Control

Function

18. POWER KEY SWITCH

The ignition has three positions: 1. ON - the ON position supplies power to the electrical components 2. OFF - the OFF position cuts power to electrical components 3. START - the START position engages the starter that in turn starts the engine

19. DEAD MAN SWITCH with LANYARD

The dead man switch comes with a lanyard that can be held by the boat operator. In an emergency, the operator can easily pull the lanyard to activate the dead man switch to immediately shut down the engine.

20. PORT SIDE FUEL GAUGE

This fuel gauge displays the amount of fuel that is in the port side fuel tank.

21. ENGINE FIRE INDICATOR

A green light indicates when the sensor is on and monitoring for a fire. When a fire is detected, the red indicator light is lit and an alarm will sound.

3.7.3 Battery Switch

TIP Place the battery switch in position 1+2 charge both batteries during operation! The battery switch supplies power to electrical components. It must be in the 1, 2, or 1+2 positions to start the boat, and to power the electrical system. The 1 position allows you to use battery 1; the 2 position allows the boat to draw power from battery 2; the 1+2 position allows the boat to draw power from battery both batteries. The battery switch is located on the console directly below the throttle control. Figure 3-12: Battery Switch

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3.7.4 Fuel Tank Selector Switch The fuel tank selector switch allows you to choose between the port or starboard fuel tanks. The switch is located on the aft-port side of the boat, next to the engine oil site glass. Each fuel tank holds approximately 71.9 L (19 US gal) of gasoline. Figure 3-13: Fuel Tank Selector Switch

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3.7.5 Alarms and Monitors This boat is fitted with various monitoring systems and alarms to make the operator and passengers aware of potential dangerous situations. All boat occupants must be familiar with these monitoring systems and alarms prior to operating the boat. 3.7.5.1 High Bilge Water Indicator

TIP High water alarm could indicate a damaged hull, bilge pump, or that drain plugs are not installed. The High Bilge Water Indicator system alarms to indicate an unusually high amount of water in the bilge. A lit green light indicates the system has power. A lit red light and buzzing sound indicates that a high level amount has accumulated in the bilge. 3.7.5.2 Engine Fire Indicator

Remote fire detectors monitor the boat for a fire. The Engine Fire Indicator system indicates when a fire is detected. If a temperature of 90°C (194°F) is detected, the red indicator light in the FIRE indicator monitor becomes lit and a loud buzzer alarms. When the Engine Fire Indicator system is monitoring for a fire, a green indicator light is lit in the monitor. 3.7.5.3 Bilge Fuel Vapour Indicator

TIP ventilation. Always run the bilge blower whenever the engine is idling to assist with boat DANGER! A build up of explosive gas fumes can result in an explosion. This can result in injury, or even death.

The Bilge Fuel Vapour Indicator system monitors the bilge for explosive gases. A buildup of explosive gases within the confines of the boat can occur if the boat is not properly ventilated. It is very important to ensure that your Bilge Fuel Vapour Indicator system is working correctly.

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3.8 Bilge System The Bilge System helps to keep the bilge free of water. It also keeps the bilge ventilated to keep it free from the build up of toxic and explosive gases. Alarms warn boat occupants when the bilge has taking on a high volume of water and it warns when it detects a high concentration of fuel vapours. The Bilge System consists of an automatic electric bilge pump, a manual bilge pump, bilge blower, and the hull drain plugs. A High Bilge Water Indicator and a Bilge Fuel Vapour Indicator alarm systems are also par of the Bilge System. See heading “3.7.5 Alarms and Monitors” on page 21 for more information on the bilge alarm systems.

3.8.1 Automatic Bilge Pump The purpose of the automatic bilge pump is to clear water from the bilge. It is located in the bilge sump, just forward of the transom. The Pump is controlled by the BILGE PUMP switch, which is located in the Pilot Control Panel. The bilge pump discharges water out of discharge ports that are located on the starboard-aft corner of the boat. A vent leads from the engine compartment out the back of the boat to assist in keeping the engine compartment cool when running the pump.

3.8.2 Bilge Blower System

TIP Open windows and hatches when running the bilge blower to help improve ventilation. DANGER! Make sure to operate the bilge blower for at least four minutes before starting the engine to clear possible toxic and flammable fumes from the engine compartment. Failure to do so could result in a fire, explosion, or in a build up of toxic gases. This could result in injury or death. DANGER! Inhalation of CO (Carbon Monoxide) gas can poison you and can result in injury or death.

The purpose of the Bilge Blower System is to clear the engine compartment of toxic and explosive gas fumes. It also assists in ventilating the bilge to clear any buildup of poisonous Carbon Monoxide gas. CO gas is colour less, odourless, and about the same weight as air. The Bilge Blower System works by fresh air being drawn in with the Bilge Blower, then Blower forces the fresh air through the bilge, through the engine compartment, and finally out the Blown Bilge Vent that is located at the rear of the boat. Use the BILGE BLOWER switch that is located in the Pilot Control Panel to activate the Bilge Blower System.

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3.9 Engine Oil System

TIP Engine oil requirements may change depending on changes in ambient temperature. The engine oil tank is located in the aft section of the boat on the port side. The oil tank holds 10L (~2.5 US gal) of oil. A sight window allows you to gauge the tank’s oil level. The fill port is recess mounted into the boat frame and is labeled OIL ONLY. IMPORTANT: Consult the Jet Engine owner manual for specific information on oil requirements. Figure 3-14: Oil Fill Port

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3.10 Electrical System The boat has a 12 volt electrical system that consists of two 12 volt, 1000CA cranking amps, marine batteries. The batteries are setup to run in parallel. The electrical system is protected by a master fuse. Electrical components that are wired through the rocker switch panel are protected by a circuit breaker. These circuit breakers are located directly above the switch. Power is cut by the circuit breaker in the event of a system overload. For more information, please see the electrical schematic in “Appendix A: Technical Information”.

3.10.1 Lighting This watercraft is fitted with various forms of lighting. Some of the lights assist in navigation and are conventional boat lights. The spotlight assist in search and rescue operations. 3.10.1.1 Remote Control Search Light

TIP Search lights use water resistant materials to increase the life of the light. You mount the 100 watt halogen searchlight to the top of the search light socket. The search light socket is mounts to the starboard side of the operator console. This light has a sweep radius of 370°. It also has a tilt range of 120° (75° up and 45° down). The light is controlled wirelessly from its control pane. The control panel is mounted to the dash next to the compass. You dismount and stow the spotlight when it is not needed, the boat is in storage, or it is in transit. Figure 3-15: Search Light Controls

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3.10.1.2 All-Around Anchor Light

The all-around light s a white light that can be seen from any direction. The all-around light also acts as the anchor light when the side lights are extinguished. You remove this light when the boat is in transit or when placing it in storage.

3.11 Towing DANGER! Do not use a Jet-Boat to tow people. The jet propulsion system can discharge debris out the back of the boat at a high enough velocity to cause serious injury or death anyone behind the boat. CAUTION: Take care when towing. Excessive stress on your boat can damage the boat’s structure. CAUTION: Do not use this boat to try to free a boat that has run a ground. Doing so can damage your boat. IMPORTANT: Damages to your boat that are caused by towing or trying to free a ground vessel are not covered under the boat’s warranty.

While your Outlaw Eagle Jet-Boat does come with a tow post, your Jet-Boat is not intended for use as a towing vessels. Only properly trained operators with specialized equipment should attempt towing operations.

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If your Jet-Boat must be towed, connect the tow line to the vessel’s bow eye. If boat occupants cannot be offloaded prior to towing, make sure that everyone is seated and is wearing a certified personal flotation device. Figure 3-16: Bow Eye

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Section 4: Operating Your Boat IMPORTANT: Outlaw Eagle advocates safe and responsible watercraft operation. Only properly trained and licensed operators should drive a boat.

4.1 Pre-Operation Checklists Follow these checklists to ensure that your boat is safe as well as mechanically and electrically sound.

TIP Follow these instructions to keep you, your passengers, and your boat safe! 4.1.1 Pre-Trip Safety Checklist Follow this checklist before you head out on the water to help ensure a safe boating experience. IMPORTANT: Please familiarize yourself with the safety standards, regulations, requirements, and laws that apply to the area in which you are operating this boat.

 Check the weather forecast  Submit a boating plan with instructions on what to do if you do not return at your targeted time

 Familiarize any of your guests with safety procedures instruct them in the use of safety equipment as required

 Ensure that you have a communication device and a signaling device  Ensure that a second operator accompanies you in case you become disabled  Ensure that all of your safety equipment is aboard and stowed securely and safely  Life jackets for everyone aboard  Fire extinguisher  Paddles  Signaling device  Tools  Rope

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4.2 Pre-Launch 4.2.1 Inspect The Boat 4.2.1.1 Inspect the Hull for Damage

TIP Following these instructions will help to ensure that your boat operates correctly when launched. CAUTION: Damage to the hull can hinder performance and result in the boat sinking.

1. Walk around the boat and search for any wear or damage that could hinder boat performance. 2. From the bottom of the boat, examine the EZ-CLEAN GRATE to make sure that it is free of debris. Remove debris as required.

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3. Remove the drain plugs from the stow points.

4. Install the plugs into the drains. CAUTION: There may be two drains depending on the design of your boat. Make sure to install all drains. Failure to install drains will cause you boat to take on water.

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5. Unbuckle and remove the trailer tie-down straps.

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4.2.1.2 Check Bilge Blower Operation

Bilge blower operations are controlled by the BILGE BLOWER switch that is located in the Pilot Control Panel. DANGER! Failure to run the bilge blower prior to startup or fill operations could result in an explosion or the build up of Carbon Monoxide gas. Both of which could result in injury or death.

1. Ensure that the battery switch is placed in the 1+2 position so that both batteries can be charged.

2. Turn on the BILGE BLOWER switch.

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4.2.1.3 Check Steering System

1. Turn the steering wheel from side to side to ensure there is a full range of motion.

2. Check for loose fasteners and tighten as required. 4.2.1.4 Check Battery and Electrical System

1. Place the battery switch in the 1+2 position.

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4.2.1.5 Check Fuel Level

TIP ofMostinadequate mechanical breakdown calls to the Canadian Coast Guard are a direct result an fuel supply. 1. Ensure the battery switch is set in the on position. 2. Place the FUEL ON / FUEL OFF valve in the FUEL ON position.

3. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. NOTE: It will take a couple of seconds for the fuel level to be displayed.

4. Check the both fuel gauges and add fuel as necessary. IMPORTANT: Make sure that you have a sufficient amount of fuel for the trip. Bring extra fuel in case of unforeseen circumstances.

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4.2.1.6 Check Bilge Pump for Proper

TIP Always run the bilge blower prior to starting. 1. At the Pilot Control Panel turn on the BILGE BLOWER switch.

2. Turn on the BILGE PUMP SWITCH to operate the bilge pump.

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4.3 Boat Launch CAUTION: Do not use your engine to back your boat off of the trailer until you are sure that the trailer hook is disconnected from the boat’s bow eye. Backing the boat up while the hook is still connected can result in damage to the hull.

Follow this procedure to launch your boat. Consult the boat trailer manufacturer’s documentation for further information. 1. Back the trailer into the water until the jet pump is submerged or until the back of the boat starts to float.

2. Make sure that the drain plugs are installed. 3. From the front of the boat, disconnect the winch from the bow eye. .

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4.4 Startup NOTE: The following instructions assume that you have followed the Pre-Operation checklists. See heading “4.1 Pre-Operation Checklists” on page 27 for more information.

Follow these instructions to start the boat. 1. Make sure that the throttle is in the idle (neutral) position. 2. Turn the battery switch to the 1+2 position.

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3. Use the fuel selector switch to choose from which corner tank you want to draw fuel from. .

4. From the Control Panel, turn and hold the ignition switch in the START position to start the engine. 5. Place the BILGE PUMP switch in the automatic position.

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4.5 Jet-Boat Operation DANGER! Debris sucked into the jet drive can be shot out at a high velocity from the jet nozzle. Be sure no one is behind the boat that could be struck with flying debris. Being struck with flying debris can result in injury or death. CAUTION: Do not operate the boat in debris or weed filled waters. The jet drive may become clogged, causing unexpected loss of steerage and possible damage to the jet drive. IMPORTANT: To maintain steerage you must maintain thrust. You will not be able to steer after shutting down the down the engine. Keep the throttle advanced and the engine on if you need to maneuver.

TIP Boat steering is more responsive at higher speeds. 1. Use the throttle to control the engine.

 Push the throttle forward to go faster  Push the throttle backward to go slower or to go in reverse  Place the throttle in the idle (neutral) position when engine power is not required

2. Use the steering wheel to steer the boat in your intended direction. 3. Advance the throttle forward until the boat is on plane.

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4.6 Bilge Pump Operation Bilge pump operation is controlled by the BILGE PUMP switch that is located in the rocker switch panel. DANGER! Make sure to operate the bilge blower for at least four minutes before starting the engine to clear possible toxic and flammable fumes from the engine compartment. Failure to do so could result in a fire, explosion, or in a build up of toxic gases. This could result in injury or death. CAUTION: Never run the bilge pump dry for prolonged periods of time. Doing so damage the pump. IMPORTANT: The bilge pump will only reduce the water level to 2cm (3/4 of an in.) from the bottom of the hull.

1. Ensure that the battery switch is in the 1+2 position. 2. At the Pilot Control Panel, turn on the BILGE PUMP switch.

3. Run the Bilge Pump until only approximately 2 cm (3/4 of in.) of water is left in the bottom of the hull.

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4.7 Manual Bilge Pump CAUTION: If you do not know where the water in the bilge has come from, check the boat hull to make sure that there is no indication of a leak. Failure to check for and to find a leak in the boat could cause the boat to take on water and damage the boat and associated equipment. IMPORTANT: The manual bilge pump should only be used when the electric pump is not available.

1. At the port-aft corner of the boat, remove the bilge pump handle from the stow bracket.

2. Insert the handle into the pump body and stroke the pump until all water is removed from the bilge.

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4.8 Bilge Blower

TIP Open windows and hatches when running the bilge blower to help improve ventilation. DANGER! Always run the Bilge Blower whenever the engine is idling and for four minutes prior to starting the engine. This assists with bilge ventilation, which helps to clear the boat of toxic and potentially explosive gases. Failure to run the Bilge Blower in these situations can result in damage to equipment, injury, or even death.

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Make sure that the battery switch is in the 1+2 position.

2. At the Pilot Control Panel, turn the BILGE BLOWER switch on to engage the Blower. NOTE: The red BILGE BLOWER switch light will be lit when the switch is on.

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4.9 Light Controls 4.9.1 Remote Search Lights The controls for the remote search light is on the top of the dash, next to the compass.

1. Press the center button to power the light on/off. 2. Use the directional arrow controls to move the light from side to side and to angle it up and down. 3. Use the SOS button in an emergency. 4. Use the auto sweep button to sweep left and right. 5. Use the Speed Control to adjust the speed of the SOS and auto sweep functions.

4.9.2 Compass Light Control The compass is secured to the top of the dash on the starboard side of the boat. Use the compass light control to adjust the brightness of the compass light.

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4.10 Trim Tab Adjustment The following steps explain how to adjust the trim tabs. You may need to adjust the boat’s trim tabs from time to time to ensure a smooth ride.

TIP keep Depending on weight distribution, you may need to adjust one trim tab more than the other to the boat planing correctly. Tools Required:

 3/4 in. open ended wrench  3/16 in. narrow punch or a metal bar of a similar width.

IMPORTANT: Trim should always be adjusted in approximately 3mm (1/8 in.) increments.

1. Use the 3/4 in. wrench to loosen off the top and bottom jam nuts. 2. Insert a 3/16 in. narrow punch or 3/16 in. wide bar or equivalent. 3. Rotate the turnbuckle in the required direction. NOTE: Nuts are opposing thread (one left-hand and one right hand thread) 4. Re-torque the jam nuts.

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4.11 Tow Post Setup DANGER! Do not use a Jet-Boat to tow people. The jet propulsion system can discharge debris out the back of the boat at a high enough velocity to cause serious injury or death anyone behind the boat. CAUTION: Take care when towing. Excessive stress on your boat can damage the boat’s structure. CAUTION: Do not use this boat to try to free a boat that has run a ground. Doing so can damage your boat. IMPORTANT: Damages to your boat that are caused by towing or trying to free a grounded vessel are not covered under the boat’s warranty.

1. Remove the tow post from the stow area.

2. Insert the tow post into the post socket.

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4.12 Trailering Your Boat

TIP Consult your trailer dealer regarding provincial or state regulations! CAUTION: Improper trailering may cause irreparable damage to your boat. If you are unsure about how to properly secure your boat, please read the manufacturer’s owner’s guide or contact your dealer.

1. With the boat in the water, hook the trailer winch to the boat’s bow eye and winch it on the trailer making sure that the boat is sitting squarely.

2. Make sure that trailer is correctly connected to the towing vehicle and pull the boat out of the water. 3. With the boat connected to the trailer, Attach the tie-down straps to the eye hooks at the boat’s transom and to the eye hooks located on the rear of the trailer.

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Section 5: Maintaining Your Boat IMPORTANT: You must read the original equipment manufacturers’ user documentation for all third-party components in order to understand how to properly service and maintain them. IMPORTANT: You will find a complete list of parts in “Appendix 3: Technical Information”.

Keep your boat running at optimal performance. Follow a regular maintenance program to ensure that your boat remains well-tuned. NOTE: The following steps are only guidelines projected for a boat that operates less than 25 hours a week. A boat operating over 25 hours a week will require more maintenance.

5.1 Recommended Tools & Spare Parts List Experienced boaters know that mechanical breakdowns happen over the life of a boat. To minimize the effects of mechanical break downs, we recommend you carry the following spare parts on the boat: Recommended Spare Parts 

Spark plugs

Fuses

Spare fuel line

Solenoid

Spare battery

Propeller

Shear and Cotter pins

Spare battery

Hose clamps

Oil and grease

Extra fuel

Extra filters

Recommended Tools 

Crescent wrenches

Socket set

Spark plug wrench (consult engine manual for size)

Screwdriver set

Hammer

Vise-grips

Slip-joint pliers

Needle nose pliers

Electrical tape

Oil and grease

Extra fuel

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5.2 Pre-Season Maintenance

TIP Outlaw Eagle stocks a majority of your boat’s parts right in our warehouse and special order parts are usually 3 days or less away! 5.2.1 Check Battery Condition DANGER! The chance of an electrical shock always exists when working with electricity. Assess your work area and take any necessary precautions to avoid a shock. Electrical shocks can result in injury or death.

Tools Required:  Load tester

 1000CA batteries as required 1. 2. 3.

Check the condition of the boat batteries using a load tester. NOTE: A fully charged 12 volt battery has a charge of approximately 12.65 volts. Charge or replace the batteries as required. Check the battery voltage after charging or replacing them, prior to operating the boat.

TIP Have a certified technician inspect your fuel system annually. 5.2.2 Inspect Fuel System DANGER! Operating a boat with a damaged or leaking fuel system can cause a fire or explosion which could result in injury or death.

1. 2. 3.

Inspect your fuel system for leaks or damage. Do not operate the boat if you notice any leaks or damage. Immediately have the fuel system repaired.

5.2.3 Check Fluids IMPORTANT: Consult the jet engine manufacturer’s owner manual for engine fuel, oil, and coolant requirements.

Ensure all boat fluids are topped or changed out prior to operating your boat for the first time of the season. 5.2.3.1 Engine Fuel

It is important to ensure that you have enough fuel for your trip. Make sure to calculate your expected fuel consumption and bring extra fuel in case of unforeseen circumstances.

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5.2.3.2 Engine Oil

Consult with the jet engine owner manual to best understand how often to change engine oil. This will depend on engine running time and the ambient temperature. Look through the engine oil tank sight glass to gauge how much oil is in the oil tank. The oil tank can hold a maximum of 10 L (2.5 US gal) of oil.

5.2.4 Check the Zinc/Magnesium Sacrificial Anode The anode is fitted the outside of the boat’s hull, just above the starboard trim tab. CAUTION: Failure to inspect the anode and change it as necessary can result in damage occurring through corrosion.

Check the anode for corrosion, damage, and wear. Replace the anode as required. NOTE: Anodes last longer on boats that are operated in freshwaters.

Check the anode for corrosion and replace as necessary.

5.2.5 Other Checks  Inspect the electrical system wiring for corrosion or damage  Check throttle connections and tighten as necessary  Visually inspect the fuel system for leaks  Check the strength of cooling system antifreeze using an antifreeze coolant tester. Replace or add coolant as required.

 Check and clean flame arrestor or air filter as required  Sport-Jet powered boats do not have a flame arrestor or an air filter  Check the condition of hoses, lines, clamps, and fittings for wear and or damage and replace as required

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5.3 After Every Trip 1.

Place the battery switch in the off position. CAUTION: Keeping the battery connected when not in use may drain the battery.

2. 3.

Clean the boat by washing the hull and the interior with a marine or automotive safe detergent/ water mix. Carefully power wash the interior of the boat with a marine safe solvent to help keep it looking new. CAUTION: Using a pressure washer on the seats can damage the vinyl.

4. 5. 6.

Ensure the boat is dry before storing it. NOTE: This helps keep mildew and mold from forming. Keep the fuel tanks filled during the boating season to help keep condensation from forming on them. Once the boat is back on the trailer, remove the drain plug(s) that are installed beneath the swim platform at the stern of the boat. This will help keep the boat dry and in good shape.

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5.4 Occasional Maintenance Your boat will occasionally require additional maintenance to help keep it running at its best and to keep it looking clean and new.

5.4.1 General Maintenance IMPORTANT: Use only mild detergents when cleaning. Do not use any solvents.

 Vacuum the marine carpet.  Clean the vinyls seats with a vinyl cleaner.  Apply a marine or automotive wax two or three times a year. 5.4.2 Exposed Aluminum Perform this procedure 2-3 times per year. 1. 2.

Mix fresh water with a marine-safe detergent and scrub any exposed aluminum. Use a power washer to rinse away any remaining detergent. NOTE: Do not use an abrasive or acidic cleaner on exposed aluminum.

5.5 Post-Season Maintenance IMPORTANT: Consult the original equipment manufacturers’ owner manuals for specific instructions on post-season maintenance and for winterizing procedures.

Here are some tips on how to winterize your boat:

 Spray your engine block with an anti-corrosive spray (optional)  Completely drain all water from the cooling system  Seal exhaust and intake vents with netting to safeguard against insects and animals  Disconnect batteries and store them in above freezing temperatures  Check the jet engine impeller for damage and repair or replace it as necessary 5.5.1 Add Fuel Stabilizer 1. 2. 3.

Add fuel stabilizer to a full tank of fuel. NOTE: Follow the fuel stabilizer manufacturer’s recommendations. TIP - Add fuel stabilizer to the last tank of fuel used during the season to ensure the entire fuel system is treated. Top up the tank with fuel

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5.5.2 Winterizing Your Boat All fresh water must be drained to prevent damage and to control mildew, corrosion, and mold. See the appropriate owner manuals for component specific winterizing steps.

5.5.3 Storage If you are going to store your Jet-Boat for an extended period, such as through winter, we suggest that you have your Jet-Boat serviced by an authorized Outlaw Eagle dealer. Store your Jet-Boat in a dry area out of direct sunlight. We recommend installing a travel top to help protect the interior of the boat.

5.6 Jet Drive Maintenance Occasionally, check all mounting bolts, intake screws, and connections to make sure that they are tight. Tighten as required.

5.6.1 Shear Pin or Key Replacement Your jet drive is equipped with a shear pin or key to protect the unit in the event of a rock jam. Follow this procedure to replace a shear pin or key. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Remove the water intake. Remove the driveshaft cotter pin and nut. NOTE: This appears similar to a propeller drive. Replace the shear pin or key. Pull the shaft nut up tight to remove any play between the impeller and driveshaft. Note the position of the impeller shim washers and replace them in the same order.

5.6.2 Grease Jet Pump Bearings Every 10 Hours IMPORTANT: We recommend greasing the bearing every 10 hours to help increase the life of your jet pump.

TIP Make greasing your jet pump part of your every day maintenance procedure! 1. 2. 3. 4.

Disconnect the lube hose coupling from the grease fitting. Connect a grease gun to the pump’s grease Zerk fitting. Apply just enough grease to fill the lube hose. Reconnect the lube hose coupling to the grease fitting.

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5.6.3 Grease Pump to Purge Water Every 30-40 Hours Apply extra grease to the jet pump every 30-40 hours to purge moisture from the pump. The texture of the grease coming out indicates the conditions inside of the bearing housing 1. 2. 3.

4.

Disconnect the lube hose coupling from the grease fitting. Connect a grease gun to the pump’s grease Zerk fitting. Apply enough new grease to force old grease out of the bearing housing. NOTE: If the grease begins to turn dark, dirty grey, then the bearing and seals should be inspected and replaced as necessary. Reconnect the lube hose coupling to the grease fitting.

5.7 Check Jet Intake CAUTION: Make sure that the engine is shut off before performing these steps. Failure to do so may result in the pump seizing.

1. 2. 3.

Check the jet intake to ensure that the EZ-Clean grate is free of debris. If it is not free of debris, use your foot to open the EZ-Clean grate. Repeat as necessary until the intake is free of debris.

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Section 6: Troubleshooting

TIP numbers! Consult the Parts List in “Appendix A: Technical Information”Information for part When troubleshooting problems, consult the original equipment manufacturers’ documentation. Do this for all third party components such as the engine, pumps, and electronic devices. Use the General Troubleshooting Table that is located on the following page to assist you in troubleshooting and resolving general problems.

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6.1 General Troubleshooting Table Symptom

Possible Cause

Solution

PROBLEMS WITH BOAT RIDE Boat Moves Slowly

Boat is Riding Rough

Boat vibration

Unequal load distribution

Adjust load distribution.

Engine is not running correctly

Ensure that the engine is running correctly. See your engine owners manual for more information.

Jet intake is blocked

Ensure that the jet intake is clean.

Impeller is damaged or worn

Check impeller. If your impeller is damaged or worn, the boat cannot reach its full speed. Consult your dealer.

Traveling too fast over choppy waters.

Slow down

Trim tabs need to be adjusted.

Adjust trim tabs. See heading “4.12 Trim Tab Adjustment” on page 54 for steps on how to correctly adjust the trim tabs.

Unequal load distribution

Adjust load distribution.

Debris is stuck in the impeller/propeller

Reverse propeller/impeller to clear debris.

Propeller/shaft is damaged

Have your dealer check for a bent propeller/shaft and repair as required.

Loose components

Check all mounting plates, fasteners, and storage areas. Tighten down fasteners and mounting plates. Secure loose items in storage areas.

ENGINE (CONSULT THE ENGINE OWNER ’S MANUAL) Coughs and sputters

Engine is not getting enough fuel

Make sure that there is fuel in the tank. Make sure that the FUEL ON/OFF valve is in the FUEL ON position. Check fuel lines to make sure they are not pinched or obstructed. Clean or change out fuel filters/strainers Check fuel filters and the fuel tank sediment bowl for water in the fuel. Replace fuel and filters as required. Test your fuel pump. Have the fuel pump fixed or replaced if it is now working correctly.

Spark plugs are dirty or worn out

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Clean or replace spark plugs as required.

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Solution

ENGINE (CONSULT THE ENGINE OWNER ’S MANUAL) Engine stops suddenly

No power

Check battery connections and tighten them as required. Check for broken wiring and repair as necessary. Check for burnt out fuses and replace as necessary. Check the safety shutoff lanyard and reset electrical as necessary.

Engine is running hot

Low oil or coolant

Wait for the engine to cool down and then check the oil and coolant levels. Add fluid as necessary.

Broken or stretched cooling system belt Check the belt for wear or damage and replace as necessary. Raw water intake is blocked

Clear any debris from the raw water intake

Raw water intake pump is worn or damaged

Check the raw water intake pump for damage. Repair it or replace it as required.

Thermostat is worn or damaged

Replace the thermostat.

Pump impeller is worn

Replace the pump impeller

STEERING Steers erratically

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Dirty, worn, or slipped steering cable

Clean, adjust, or replace the steering cable as required.

Trim tabs need to be adjusted.

Adjust trim tabs. See heading “4.10 Trim Tab Adjustment” on page 43 for steps on how to correctly adjust the trim tabs.

Steering cable brackets are loose

Tighten steering cable brackets as required.

Steering wheel is loose

Tighten steering wheel connections as required.

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TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Appendix A: Technical Information This appendix contains the following information about your boat:

 Serial number list  Part’s list  Electrical schematic  Fuel system schematic  Line drawings

Serial Numbers

TIP standards Boats have Hull Serial Numbers (HIN) to help identify a boat and the construction applied to it! Please see heading “2.3 Hull Serial Number (HIN)” on page 4 for the location of the boat’s Hull Identification Number plate. Table A-1: Important Serial Numbers Item Description

Serial Numbers

Hull Identification Number (HIN) Optimax Sport-Jet Engine Jet Pump for Sport-Jet Engine Trailer

QOM18683L516 OE438242 OM973179 5KTBS2628DF631261

Recommended Spare Parts - 200 Optima Sport Jet Engine Table A-2:List for Boat Parts Part Description

Manufacturer

Manufacturer’s Part No.:

Throttle Cable 15 ft.

U-Flex

UFC8X15

Steering Cable 17 ft.

Mercury Marine

MC835457A17

Shift Cable 16 ft.

Mercury Marine

MC858342A16

Remote Fuel Filter

Mercury Marine

MC809100

Inline Fuel Filter

Mercury Marine

MC889615T

Fuel Filter at Engine

Mercury Marine

MC18458Q4

Start Battery

Canadian Energy

G24M

Belt

Mercury Marine

MC828507Q4

Spark Plugs *

Mercury Marine

MC8M051514

Jet Impeller

Mercury Marine

MC883796T01

Impeller Wear Ring

Outlaw

OLSJWEARRING

Engine Two-Stroke Oil

Mercury Marine

MC858028KC1

Strator Oil

Mercury Marine

MC858064KC1

Anode

Canada Metal

WMCMTZ6A

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Parts List Table A-3:List for Boat Parts Part Description

Manufacturer

Manufacturer’s Part No.:

Outlaw Part No.:

PROPULSION SYSTEM - Optimax Sport Jet Engine

Mercury Marine

200 hp OptiMax Sport Jet

N/A

- Sport Jet Pump

Mercury Marine

N/A

N/A

- Grommet Pump Mount (gasket that seals engine and jet pump)

Mercury Marine

820663250

MC820663250

FUEL SYSTEM PARTS - Gas Fill

Sea Dog

357032

SEA357032

- Type A-2 Fuel Line

Green Line

681A-150

G681A-150

- Rubber Fuel Line Hose (5/16 in.) Green Line

611A-038

G611A-038

- Type A-1 Fuel Feed Hose (5/8 in.)

Green Line

G611A-063

G611A-063

- Softwall Exhaust/Coolant Hose

Green Line

G388-300

G388-300

- Fuel Surge Protector

Attwood

16756

WMATT16756

- Muffler, External Box (RT)SJ

Outlaw Marine

OE-500B05

OE-500B05

- Muffler, External Box (LEFT)SJ

Outlaw Marine

OE-500B06

OE-500B06

- Muffler, Internal SJ L&R

Outlaw Marine

OE-500B10

OE-500B10

- Engine Fuel/Water Separator

Racor

320RRAC02

PAYRAC320RRAC02

- Fuel Shutoff Valve

Gregg's Distributing

R210-CC

GR210-CC

- DECK FILL

Sea Dog

351320L

LNSSEA351320L

BILGE SYSTEM PARTS - 1500 GPH Bilge Pump

Rule

RUL02

PAY02

- Bilge Pump Hose (1-1/8 in.)

Green Line

930-113

G930-113

- Manual Bilge Pump

Jabsco

29240-0000

WM29240-0000

- Bilge Blower 3 in. WR

Attwood

17331

ATT17331

- Thru Hull 1-1/8 in.

Attwood

66543

ATT66543

- Thru Hull 3/4 in.

Attwood

66541

ATT66541

- 3/4" CHECK VALV

Bosworth

BOS74AB 3/4

WMBOS74AB 3/4

- 1 1/8 CHECK VALVE

Bosworth

BOS74-9

WMBOS74AB 3/4

- Float Switch

Rule

RUL35A

WMRUL35A

- 3" Fire Proof Duct Hose

Green Line

GDC-300

GLGDC-300

CONTROLS, GAUGES, & DASH COMPONENTS - Fuel Gauge Bezel

Mercury Marine

8798711

MC8798711

- Fuel Gauges

Faria

12801

WMFAR12801

- SMART CRAFT Gauge Bezel

Mercury Marine

8590741

MC8590741

- SC1000 Tachometer

Mercury Marine

8M0079897

MC8M0079897

- Kill Switch Universal

Sea-Dog

420488

SEA046046

- Dimmer Switch

Cole Herse

7460101

WMCH7460101

- Alarm, Beeper Style

Aqualarm

20106

WPAQL20106

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Table A-3:List for Boat Parts Part Description

Manufacturer

Manufacturer’s Part No.:

Outlaw Part No.:

LIGHTING - Search Light Remote

AFI MARINCO

SPLR-3

LNS69-SPLR-3

- Search Light

AFI MARINCO

SPLR-12W

LNS69-SPLR-12W

- 12V Red Indicator Light

Kohen Electronics

2191L1-12V

KH2191L1-12V

- Pole Mounted Stern Light

Attwood

5100-24-1

ATT5100-24-1

- Flush Mount Nav Lights

Sea Dog

400180

SEA400180

- Pole Light Storage Clip

Attwood

7571-1

ATT7571-1

STEERING - Steering Bezel

Mercury Marine

809485

MC809485

- Steering Wheel

U Flex USA

CORSE

UFCORSE

- 17 ft. Steering Cable

Mercury Marine

835457A17

MC835457A17

- Sport Jet Helm

Mercury Marine

850699

MC850699

THROTTLE/SHIFT - 33 C Type 15 ft. Throttle Cable

U Flex USA

C8X15

UFC8X15

- Single Lever Throttle Control

U Flex USA

B301CR

UFB301CR

-16 ft. Shift Cable

Mercury Marine

858342A16

MC858342A16

- Uflex Cable Kit

U Flex

K61

UFK61

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM - 1000CA 12 Volt Batter

Canadian Energy

BAT2

ISBAT2

- 5 Amp Circuit Breaker

Kohen Electronics

W58-XB1A4A-

KHW58-XB1A4A-5

- 20 Amp Circuit Breaker

Kohen Electronics

W58-XB1A4A-20

KHW58-XB1A4A-20

- 3 Amp Circuit Breaker

Kohen Electronics

W58-XB1A4A-3

KHW58-XB1A4A-3

- Horn

AFI Marinco

11095

AFI11095

- Horn Cover

AFI Marinco

- V8 Switch Panel

RH Motorsports

E2PL002IB

SUBE2PL002IB

- Sport-Jet Wire Harness

RH Motorsports

E3HN002

SUBE3HN002

- 14 Pin Harness with Switch

Mercury Marine

896537K20

MC896537K20

- Fire Detector

Aqualarm

20234

PAYAQL20234

- Fume Detector

Marine Technologies INC

SA-1

PAYSA-1

- 4 Position Battery Switch

Blue Sea

BS9001#

WPBS9001E

- USB Socket/Charger

Blue Sea

BSS1016

PAYBSS1016

-Rocker Switch

Ancor

ANC554032

WMANC554032

WALK-THROUGH WINDOW - Self Sealing Weatherstrip

C.R Laurance

AS987

CRLAS987

- Window Glass

PPG Glass

GLASS

GLASS

- Wiper Arm

AFI Marinco

33114

33114

- Wiper Blade

AFI Marinco

33116

AFI33116

- Wiper Motor

AFI Marinco

38000

AFI38000

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Table A-3:List for Boat Parts Part Description

Manufacturer

Manufacturer’s Part No.:

Outlaw Part No.:

SAFETY - Paddle

Caviness

RD-55

WMCAVRD-55

- Ladder

Windline

TGL-3

PAYTGL-3

- FIRE EXTINGUSHER

Greggs distributors

BDLABC5WH

GRDLABC5WH

- FIRE EXT BRACKET

Greggs distributors

HDVB-1

GRHDVB-1

- AIR HORN

Greggs distributors

65808

GR65808

- First Aid Kit

Columbia Fire & Safety

N302

WMN302

- LIFE JACKET

Mustang Survival Gear

V-10UN

WMMUV-10UN

- ROPE with FLOAT

Fox 40

7905-0000

WMFOX7905-0000

- F-PACK FLARES

Comet-Marine

com F-pack Flares

WMCOMET

- 24" LIFE RING W/ROPE

Lift Ring

55-143-F

WM55-143-F

- FIRE ACCESS Door

Outlaw Eagle

OE-500B30

OE-500B30

FASTENERS & MISCELLANEOUS HARDWARE - 3 in. Aluminum Hinge

Faucher

751-1082

FA751-1082

- Ball Stud

Faucher

777-7036

FA777-7036

- 2-1/2 in. Pull Up

Sea Dog

SEA221840

SEA221840

- Short Reach Hinge

Sea Dog

204280-1

SEA204280-1

- Single Vent

Outlaw Eagle

WES002

WES002

- Gas Shock - 90 lb, 12.5 in.

Faucher

777-8749

FA777-8749

- Tiedown Strap

Epco

PTTD4

WMPTTD4

- S/S Turnbuckle

Sea Dog

185512

SEA185512

- Transom Mount Turnbuckle

Outlaw Eagle

OE-TRANSOMBMT

OE-TRANSOMBMT

- Ball Joint, SJ Strg. 5/16-24

Gregg’s Distributing

BJ62

GRBJ62

- Flush Lock Handle

Perko

1092DP1BLK

WMPER1092DP1BLK

- Socket & Cap

Sea Dog

426115

SEA426115

Locking Latch

Perko

1091DP1BLK

WMPER1091DP1BLK

- Hinge

Sea Dog

205420

SEA205420

- S/S Hatch Hinge (Long)

Sea Dog

205285

SEA205285

- 12 in. Grab Handle

Bolton Stainless

BS12

BS12

- Pin

Gregg's distributors

66505

GR66505

- 3/4 in. Dock Line

Sea Dog

DB3/4X50

WMSAMDLGW3/4X50

- CLEATS

Faucher

FA783-5087

FA783-5087

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Manufacturer

Manufacturer’s Part No.:

Outlaw Part No.:

EZ-CLEAN GRATE - EZ-Clean Grate

Outlaw Eagle

OE-100B05

OE-100B05

- Sport Jet Reverse Extensions

Outlaw Eagle

OE-500B15

OE-500B15

- Skid Plate

Outlaw Eagle

OE-100B10

OE-100B10

- 28 in. Rod with End

Outlaw Eagle

OE-100B09

OE-100B09

- EZ-Clean Spring Retainer

Outlaw Eagle

OE-100B11

OE-100B11

- 20 in. Stomp Bar

Outlaw Eagle

OE-STOMPBAR20

OE-STOMPBAR20

- Waterjet cut EZ-Clean Plate

Outlaw Eagle

EZUHMWGUIDEPLATE

EZUHMWGUIDEPLATE

- Spring EZ-Clean, V8, Sport Jet

Western Spring and Wire

C307

WSC307

TANK - Engine Oil Tank Adapter

Mercury Marine

15967

MC15967

- Tie Down Fuel Tank

Gregg’s Distributing

5800

GR5800

- Corner Fuel Tanks

Moeller

32619

PAY032619

MISCELLANEOUS - Large Grey Hatch

Tempress Marine

44503

TM44503

- Tie Down

Anchor

TIE95100

WMTIE95100

- Tie Down

Faucher

783-5087

FA783-5087

- Stern Light Base

Atwood

91024-7

ATT91024-7

- Sea Anchor

Cal-June

CAL927

WMCAL927

- Compass

RITCHIE Helmsman

B41

LNS128-B51

- Cleats, 6 in. Pull Up

Attwood

66514-1

ATT665141

- T-Handle Drain Plug

Attwood

7526A1

ATT7526A1

- 4070 Plastic Cup Holder

Marine East

CUP

MECUP

- Cowl Vent

Attwood

1364

ATT1364

- Anoid Alum

Canada Metal

CMT-Z6A

WMCMTZ6A

Assembly Drawings & Electrical Schematic You will find the electrical schematic and line drawings on the following pages.

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FLOAT SWITCH LOAD BLOWER

BRKR 10A HORN

3 POSN SW. OFF

LED ALL

ROCKER SWITCH BLOWER

MAN AUTO

LED

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FRONT

BRKR 10A BLOWER

MAIN POWER DISCONN ECT SWITCH

START

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LED

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BRKR 10A WIPER

ROCKER SWITCH HORN

ROCKER SWITCH WIPER

LED

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BRKR 10A SPARE

ROCKER SWITCH SRCH LT

LED

ROCKER SWITCH SPARE

LED

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LOAD BLG PMP

LOAD ALL ARND

LOAD HORN

LOAD WIPER

LOAD SIDE LTS

LOAD SPARE

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COMPSS BACK LT DIMMER

ENGINE ALTERNATOR LED

BACKLT COMPASS

“ALWAYS ON” CIRCUITS

“KEYSWITCH ON” CIRCUITS KEY SWITCH OFF

12 VDC SUPPLY

ON DASH PANEL

+

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POW ER POIN T SPARE

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POW ER POIN T SPARE

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N.O.

N.O.

N.O.

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LOAD SPARE

LOAD SPARE

LOAD SPARE

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BRKR 10A SRCH 1

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N.O.

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MULTI FUN CTN TACH

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REMOVABLE TOW POST

DISMOUNTABLE ALL-AROUND ANCHOR LIGHT

STBD FUEL TANK VENT W FLASH SCREEN

PORT FUEL TANK VENT W FLASH SCREEN

RECESSED TIE-DOWN RECESSED TIE-DOWN PORT FUEL TANK FILL PORT STBD FUEL TANK FILL PORT ATMOSPHERIC BILGE VENT

BLOWER BILGE VENT

MUFFLERS EZ-CLEAN GRATE STOMP BAR

TRIM ADJUSTER

REAR VIEW

UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES TOLERANCES

X X.X X.XX X.XXX ANGLE FRACTIONS

+/-0.060 +/-0.030 +/-0.015 +/-0.005 +/-1.0° +/-1/16"

OUTLAW EAGLE MANUFACTURING LTD. TITLE

DFO 18 FT TOMCAT F7047-150016/A PART NUM.

OE-TC-0060 SHEET 5 OF 11

WEIGHT

2406.920 lbmass

FILE NAME:

DESCRIPTION SCALE

DNS

WELDMENT MATERIAL

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ANODE


REAR TIE-DOWN EZ-CLEAN GRATE

1/2" UHMW BLACK BOLTED ON RECESSED TIE-DOWN

UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES TOLERANCES

X X.X X.XX X.XXX ANGLE FRACTIONS

+/-0.060 +/-0.030 +/-0.015 +/-0.005 +/-1.0° +/-1/16"

OUTLAW EAGLE MANUFACTURING LTD. TITLE

DFO 18 FT TOMCAT F7047-150016/A PART NUM.

OE-TC-0060 SHEET 6 OF 11

WEIGHT

2406.920 lbmass

FILE NAME:

DESCRIPTION SCALE

DNS

WELDMENT MATERIAL

OE-TC-0060 - TOMCAT - HULL WELDMENT.iam

REV

1

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BOTTOM VIEW


28 13/16 GUNNEL TO DECK

SECTION A-A SECTION J-J (STRUCTURAL DETAILS) B A

C

SECTION B-B J

16 5/16

J

B

A

C

SECTION VIEWS UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES

SECTION C-C

TOLERANCES

X X.X X.XX X.XXX ANGLE FRACTIONS

+/-0.060 +/-0.030 +/-0.015 +/-0.005 +/-1.0° +/-1/16"

OUTLAW EAGLE MANUFACTURING LTD. TITLE

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OE-TC-0060 SHEET 7 OF 11

WEIGHT

2406.920 lbmass

FILE NAME:

DESCRIPTION SCALE

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WELDMENT MATERIAL

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SIDE VIEW


G

G

H

H

TOP VIEW

SECTION G-G

28 1/16

15 13/16

SECTION VIEWS

UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES TOLERANCES

X X.X X.XX X.XXX ANGLE FRACTIONS

+/-0.060 +/-0.030 +/-0.015 +/-0.005 +/-1.0° +/-1/16"

OUTLAW EAGLE MANUFACTURING LTD. TITLE

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OE-TC-0060 SHEET 8 OF 11

WEIGHT

2406.920 lbmass

FILE NAME:

DESCRIPTION SCALE

DNS

WELDMENT MATERIAL

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REV

1

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SECTION H-H


DISMOUNTABLE ALL-AROUND ANCHOR LIGHT PULL UP CLEAT DISMOUNTABLE TOW POST

ENGINE HOUSING STBD FUEL TANK COVER FIRE EXTINGUISHER PORT ADJUSTABLE / DISMOUNTABLE REMOTE SEARCHLIGHT

COMMON FUEL TANK SHUTOFF OIL TANK SIGHT GAUGE

WINDSHIELD WIPER

OIL TANK FILL PORT

CARGO ANCHOR RINGS

12 VOLT POWER PORT BILGE PUMP PORT STOWAGE HATCH

PORT FUEL TANK COVER ENGINE HOUSING HINGE WINDSHIELD LATCH BILGE AIR INLET VENT

ISOMETRIC VIEW

PULL UP CLEAT

WINDSHIELD BUMPER

GRAB BAR

UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES TOLERANCES

X X.X X.XX X.XXX ANGLE FRACTIONS

+/-0.060 +/-0.030 +/-0.015 +/-0.005 +/-1.0° +/-1/16"

OUTLAW EAGLE MANUFACTURING LTD. TITLE

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OE-TC-0060 SHEET 9 OF 11

WEIGHT

2406.920 lbmass

FILE NAME:

DESCRIPTION SCALE

DNS

WELDMENT

MATERIAL

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REV

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PULL UP CLEAT

NAV LIGHT


36" GRAB BAR

FRONT FOCSLE STORAGE HATCH

PULL UP CLEAT

REMOTE SEARCH LIGHT (IN SOCKET)

SEE SHEET 11 FOR CONSOLE LAYOUT

MANUAL BILGE PUMP 5000# TOW POST REMOVABLE OIL FILL PORT

PULL UP CLEAT

RECESSED TIE-DOWN

SEARCH LIGHT SOCKET MAIN BATTER POWER SWITCH

PORT SIDE FUEL TANK FILL PORT

BATTERIES ENGINE HOUSING

BILGE BLOWER VENT

PULL UP CLEAT

ISOMETRIC VIEW - REAR

EZ-CLEAN GRATE KICK BAR

STBD SIDE FUEL TANK FILL PORT SMOOTH TUBE NET PROTECTION AROUND KICK BAR

UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES TOLERANCES

X X.X X.XX X.XXX ANGLE FRACTIONS

+/-0.060 +/-0.030 +/-0.015 +/-0.005 +/-1.0° +/-1/16"

OUTLAW EAGLE MANUFACTURING LTD. TITLE

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OE-TC-0060 SHEET 10 OF 11

WEIGHT

2406.920 lbmass

FILE NAME:

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WELDMENT

MATERIAL

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BILGE ATMOSPHERIC VENT


DISMOUNTABLE MARINCO REMOTE SEARCHLIGHT

WINDSHIELD WIPER MOTOR

WINDSHIELD WIPER

ENGINE / FUEL MONITORING PANEL COMPASS WINDSHIELD WIPER SPEED CONTROL CUP HOLDERS REMOTE SEARCHLIGHT CONTROLS POWER SWITCH PANEL

SHIFTER / THROTTLE

GAS FUME DETECTOR PANEL MAIN BATTERY POWER SWITCH ALARMS AND 12V POWER POINT BREAKERS

UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES TOLERANCES

CONSOLE PERSPECTIVE VIEW

X X.X X.XX X.XXX ANGLE FRACTIONS

+/-0.060 +/-0.030 +/-0.015 +/-0.005 +/-1.0° +/-1/16"

OUTLAW EAGLE MANUFACTURING LTD. TITLE

TOMCAT - CONSOLE ASSEMBLY PART NUM.

OE-TC-0130 SHEET 11 OF 11

WEIGHT

143.190 lbmass

FILE NAME:

DESCRIPTION SCALE

DNS

ASSEMBLY MATERIAL

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BATTERIES LOCATED BELOW CONSOLE


OUTLAW EAGLE USER GUIDE

THIRD-PARTY REFERENCES

Appendix B: Third-Party References Where available, this appendix contains reference documentation for original equipment manufacturer components used in the construction of the Jet-Boat. Mercury Marine guides and manuals are available for purchase through Mercury Marine. Hard copies that were provided with any original equipment manufacturer components are supplied with the boat. You will find electronic copies for the following component parts:

 Battery  Bilge Pump - Electric  Bilge Pump - Manual  Fume Detector  Gauges  Spotlight  Windshield Wiper Motor

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PLEASURE CRAFT Small pleasure crafts typically do not have cooking and overnight sleeping capabilities and are designed for fishing, water skiing, etc and so do not require auxiliary battery banks and inverters to run house loads, some pleasure craft will have an auxiliary battery as a backup or to supply power to the stereo system while the engine is shut off.

LARGE BOAT / YACHT Large boats or yachts that are designed to live aboard often have all the creature comforts of home, many boats will have auxiliary generators to run the house loads, some will often have auxiliary battery banks that will allow them to be at anchor for several days and not have to start the engine to charge batteries or run auxiliary generators.

HOUSE BANK In marine applications where the vessel has a sleeping birth and galley there would typically be an auxiliary battery bank installed to support the power requirements of the boat while at anchor or with the engine off, these battery banks are isolated from the starting batteries to prevent accidental discharge of the starting batteries. Auxillary battery banks are typically recharged when the boat engine(s) are running, an auxiliary generator, solar panels or a charger once connected back to shore power at the dock.

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PROUD DISTRIBUTORS OF OUR PARTNERS:

TYPE

BCI / DIN

PART NUMBER

AH @ 20AH

CCA @ -18.C

CA @ 0.C

R/C @ 25 A

VOLTS

WARRANTY*

24 MS

PX24M

-

800

1000

135

12V

36 months

24 HC

P24MHC

-

525

650

135

12V

36 months

27 HC

P27MHC

-

600

750

180

12V

36 months

24 MS

GX24M

-

800

1000

135

12V

24 months

24 MS

GB24M

-

500

625

95

12V

12 months

24 MS

GC24M

-

400

500

75

12V

12 months

27 MS

GX27M

-

800

1000

180

12V

24 months

24 RV

G24RV

-

450

550

130

12V

18 months

27 RV

G27RV

-

600

750

160

12V

18 months

24 DC

G24DC

-

550

750

140

12V

18 months

27 DC

G27DC

-

675

840

180

12V

18 months

BCI / DIN

PART NUMBER

AH @ 20AH

CCA @ -18.C

CA @ 0.C

R/C @ 25 A

VOLTS

WARRANTY*

4D HC

P4DHC

-

180AH

1200

315

12V

36 months

8D HC

P8DHC

-

235AH

1500

440

12V

36 months

31 HC

P31MHC

-

700

900

200

12V

36 months

31S

GX31S

-

1000

1250

195

12V

18 months

8D

GA8D

-

1400

1750

450

12V

18 months

8D

GB8D

-

1155

1500

380

12V

12 months

4D

G4D

-

1000

1250

295

12V

12 months

4D DC

G4DDC

-

1314

1600

390

12V

18 months

31 DC

G31DC

-

675

840

210

12V

12 months

BCI / DIN

PART NUMBER

AH @ 20AH

CCA @ -18.C

CA @ 0.C

R/C @ 25 A

VOLTS

WARRANTY*

31

EV31A-A

115

785

940

235

12

18 months

4D

EV4DA-A

235

1190

1430

515

12

18 months

8D

EV8DA-A

280

1380

1655

630

12

18 months

GC6

EVCG6A-A

220

715

890

475

6

18 months

GC6H

EVGT6A-A

260

830

1000

575

6

18 months

MODEL/BRAND

PART #

WAVE

OUTPUT

CHARGER

WARRANTY*

MOBILE POWER PRODUCTS Charger

Xantrex TrueCharge 2

8041240-02

DC

-

40

24 months

Charger

Xantrex TrueCharge 2

8041260-02

DC

-

60

24 months

Inverter

Freedom HF1800

806-1840

Modiifed Sine

1800

40

24 months

Inverter/ Charger

Freedom SW 2000

815-2012

Pure Sine

2000

100

24 months

Inverter/ Charger

Freedom SW 3000

815-3012

Pure Sine

3000

150

24 months

AGS

Freedom SW, Automatic Generator Start Module

809-0915

-

-

-

24 months

*Non-Commercial Free Replacement Warranty

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Standard Bilge Pump Instruction Manual Manuel d’utilisation pour pompe de cale standard Bedienungsanleitung für die Standard-Bilgenpumpe Manuale delle istruzioni per la pompa di sentina standard Handleiding voor standaard lenspomp Användarhandbok för standard länspump Manual de instrucciones de la bomba de achique estándar


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WARNING

This pump is designed for use with fresh water and salt water ONLY. Use with any other hazardous, caustic, or corrosive material could result in damage to the pump and the surrounding environment, possible exposure to hazardous substances and injury.

AVERTISSEMENT

Cette pompe est conçue pour être utilisée UNIQUEMENT avec de l’eau douce ou de l’eau salée. L’utilisation de tout autre matériau dangereux, caustique ou corrosif pourrait endommager la pompe et l’environnement alentours et entraîner une exposition à des substances dangereuses ou des blessures.

WARNHINWEIS

Diese Pumpe ist NUR für den Einsatz in Süßund Salzwasser geeignet. Der Kontakt mit anderen gefährlichen, ätzenden oder beizenden Flüssigkeiten kann zu Beschädigungen der Pumpe und Umgebung, möglicher Freisetzung von gefährlichen Stoffen und zu Verletzungen führen.


AVVERTENZA

La pompa deve essere usata SOLAMENTE con acqua dolce o salata. L’uso con altro materiale pericoloso, caustico o corrosivo può danneggiare la pompa e l’ambiente circostante e causare l’esposizione a sostanze pericolose e infortuni alla persona.

WAARSCHUWING

Deze pomp is ontworpen voor gebruik met UITSLUITEND zoetwater en zoutwater. Gebruik met enig ander gevaarlijk, bijtend of corrosief materiaal kan resulteren in schade aan de pomp en de omgeving, mogelijke blootstelling aan gevaarlijke stoffen kan lichamelijk lestel tot gevolg hebben.

VARNING

Denna pump är konstruerad ENDAST för bruk med söt- och saltvatten. Användning med andra farliga, frätande eller brännande material kan resultera i skada på pump och den omgivande miljön, möjlig exponering för farliga ämnen och personskada.

ADVERTENCIA

Esta bomba está diseñada para usar con agua dulce y salada ÚNICAMENTE. Si se usa con cualquier otro material peligroso, cáustico o corrosivo, pueden ocasionarse daños a la bomba y al medio ambiente circundante, posible exposición a sustancias peligrosas y lesiones.

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CE Logo When this product carries a CE mark, it conforms to one or more of the following standards: EN 50081-1 & EN 50082-1 / EN 50082-1 Following the Provisions of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC ISO 8846 / Electrical Devices Protection Against Ignition of Surrounding Flammable Gases ISO 8849 / Electrically Operated Bilge Pumps ISO 10133 / Electrical Systems - Extra Low Voltage D.C. Installations Following the Provisions of the Recreation Craft Directive 94/25/EEC

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Disconnect power from the system before working on the unit to avoid personal injury, damage to the surrounding environment and/or damage to the unit. Déconnecter la source d’alimentation électrique du système avant d’effectuer toute réparation ou entretien pour éviter les blessures et d’endommager l’environnement alentours et/ou l’unité. Zur Vermeidung von Verletzungen, UmgebungsStandard Bilge Pump und/oder Gerätebeschädigung vor jeglichen Manual Arbeiten an der EinheitInstruction die Stromzufuhr trennen. Standard Bilge Pump

Manual Per evitare infortuni alla Instruction persona, danni all’ambiente circostante e/o all’unità, staccare Standard sempre l’alimentazione dal sistema Bilge prima Pump di Instruction Manual lavorare sull’unità.

Schakel de stroomtoevoer naar het Bilge systeem uit Standard Pump voordat u aan de unit begint te werken. Dit om Instruction Manual persoonlijk letsel, schade aan de omgeving en/of de unit te voorkomen. Standard Bilge Pump Instruction Manual Koppla från strömtillförseln från systemet innan du börjar arbeta på enheten för att undvika personskada, skada på omgivningen och/eller produktskada.

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Desconecte la alimentación eléctrica del sistema antes de trabajar en la unidad, a fin de evitar lesiones personales, daños al medio ambiente circundante y/o a la unidad.


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Rated Flow

Open Flow Open Flow Open Flow Output @ 0ft/0m Output @ 3.35ft/1m Output @ 6.7ft/2m (0 kPa) GPH (LPH) (10 kPa) GPH (LPH) (20

360

360 (1362)

265 (1003)

190 (719)

500

500 (1892)

360 (1362)

260 (984)

700

700 (2649)

562 (2127)

330 (1249)

800

800 (3028)

615 (2328)

425 (1608)

1000

1000 (3785)

725 (2744)

450 (1703)

1100

1100 (4164)

860 (3255)

550 (2081)

1500

1500 (5678)

1200 (4542)

680 (2574)

2000

2000 (7570)

1620 (6132)

1300 (4921)

3700

3700 (14006)

2900 (10977)

2450 (9274)

4000

4000 (15142)

3527 (13351)

2952 (11174)

8000

8000 (30283)

7050 (26687)

5984 (22651)

Note: Output is based on 10 hour break-in period and at 13.6V (12V models) or 27.2V (24V models)

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Pump Performance - Large RULE Pumps Pump Performance - Large RULE Pumps

00 38 H GP 84 43 (1 H) LP

(1

(30

41

(14

51

28

H)

PH

)

) PH

6L

LP

00

3L

(22712)

(15141)

(30283)

PumpPump Performance - Small RULE Pumps Performance - Small RULE Pumps

360

10

00

G

PH

(3

78

5

LP

H

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3785

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Keep all wire connections above the highest water level. Wires must be joined with butt connectors and a marine grade sealant to prevent wire corrosion. Maintenir tous les raccords électriques au-dessus du niveau d’eau le plus élevé. Les fils doivent être raccordés avec des connecteurs bout à bout et un mastique marine pour empêcher la corrosion des conducteurs.

Darauf achten, dass sich alle Kabelverbindungen stets oberhalb des Wasserspiegels befinden. Drähte müssen mit Stoßverbindern verbunden und zum Rostschutz mit einem geeigneten Dichtmittel behandelt werden. Mantenere tutti i collegamenti dei fili elettrici al di sopra del livello più alto dell’acqua. Per evitarne la corrosione, i fili elettrici devono essere congiunti con connettori a pressione diretta e sigillante specifico per uso marino.

Houd alle draadverbindingen boven het hoogste waterniveau. De draden moeten worden samengehouden met een kabelverbinder en zeewatervaste kit. Dit om corrosie van de draden te voorkomen. Håll alla ledningsanslutningar ovanför den högsta vattennivån. Ledningar måste kopplas ihop med stumkontakter och förseglingsmedel för marint bruk för att förhindra ledningskorrosion.

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Mantenga todas las conexiones de cables por arriba del máximo nivel del agua. Los cables deben empalmarse con conectores de tope y un sellador de grado marino, a fin de evitar la corrosión de los mismos.


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+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

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A

B

C

D

E

F

GPH (LPH)

Model

Volts

Amps (Volts)

Amps (Volts)

Fuse Size

G/H (L/H)

Modèle

Volts

Amp. (Volts)

Amp. (Volts)

Taille de fusible

G/S (L/S)

Modell

Volt

Ampere (Volt)

Ampere (Volt)

Sicherungsstärke

G/O (L/O)

Modello

Volt

Amp (Volt)

Amp (Volt)

Dimensione fusibile

G/U (L/U)

Model

Volt

Amp (Volt)

Amp (Volt)

Zekering

G/T (L/T)

Modell

Volt

Ampere (Volt)

Ampere (Volt)

Säkringsstorlek

Modelo

Voltios

Amperios (Voltios)

Amperios (Voltios)

Tamaño del fusible

G/H (L/H)

20

A

B

C

D

E

F

8000(30280)

174D

12DC

15.5 (2ea)

20.0 (2ea)

25(2ea)

4000(15140

56D

12DC

15.5 (12v)

20.0 (13.6v)

25

4000(15140)

56D-24

24DC

6.9 (24v)

10.0 (27.2v)

15

4000(15140)

56D-32

32DC

5.0 (32v)

7.5 (36.3v)

10

3700(14010)

13A

12DC

15.5 (12v)

20.0 (13.6v)

25

3700(14010)

14A

12DC

15.5 (12v)

20.0 (13.6v)

25

3700(14010

16A

24DC

6.9 (24v)

10.0 (27.2v)

15

3700(14010)

15A

32DC

5.0 (32v)

7.5 (36.3v)

10

2000(7571)

09

12DC

8.4 (12v)

12.0 (13.6v)

15

2000(7571)

10

12DC

8.4 (12v)

12.0 (13.6v)

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Always install proper fuse size to prevent damage to product should a short occur. Failure to install proper fuse could increase risk of pump malfunction potentially resulting in personal injury and/or fire hazard. Toujours installer la taille de fusible appropriée pour éviter d’endommager le produit en cas de court-circuit, faute de quoi la pompe pourrait mal fonctionner et entraîner des blessures et/ou des dangers d’incendie. Immer die richtige Sicherungsstärke installieren, um im Fall eines Kurzschlusses eine Beschädigung des Geräts zu vermeiden. Die Verwendung der falschen Sicherungsstärke kann zu einem Versagen der Pumpe und damit möglicherweise zu Verletzungen und/oder Feuergefahr führen.

Per evitare danni al prodotto in caso di cortocircuito, installare sempre fusibile della dimensione corretta. Se viene installato un fusibile scorretto, il rischio di malfunzionamento della pompa aumenta, con il pericolo d’infortunio alla persona e/o d’incendio.

Monteer altijd de juiste zekering om schade te voorkomen aan het product bij kortsluiting. Nalaten de juiste zekering te installeren, kan het risico op storingen aan de pomp verhogen, met eventueel persoonlijk letsel en/of brandgevaar tot gevolg.

Installera alltid rätt säkringsstorlek för att produktskada ifall av kortslutning. Underlåtelse att installera rätt säkring kan öka risken för pumpfel med ris för personskada och/eller brand som resultat.

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Instale siempre fusibles de tamaño apropriado para evitar daños al producto en caso de cortocircuito. Si no se instala el fusible del tamaño adecuado, puede aumentar el riesgo de fallas de la bomba que pueden ocasionar potencialmente lesiones y/o peligros de incendio.


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U.S.A. + 1 978 281 0440 UNITED KINGDOM +44 (0) 1992 450 145 JAPAN +81 (0) 45 475 8906 GERMANY +49 (0) 40 53 53 73 0 +39 039 6852323 ITALY

For a copy of the warranty, visit www.rule-industries.com

Š Copyright 2008 ITT Corporation 950-0518 Rev A 4/08


Amazon Manual Bilge Pumps & Accessories

Amazon Manual Bilge Pumps Amazon Bulkhead Amazon Thrudeck

3600 rotation

For surface mounting on bulkhead or deck For mounting through deck or through bulkhead

▼ Repositionable ports and body offer an amazing 96 assembly variations

▼ The ultimate compact through deck pump with no less than 16 port variations relative to the body

▼ Complete with stainless steel handle, mounting clips and provision for safety lanyard ▼ Sustainable outputs up to 45 lpm (10 gpm)

On bulkhead

▼ Loosening just one screw lets you clear blockages or re-position the body anywhere through 360º relative to the handle position

Thru deck

Connections for 25mm (1") id hose

▼ Complete with stainless steel handle, mounting clips and provision for safety lanyard

29240-000

▼ Sleekly styled through deck kit and cover, with 4 mounting positions relative to the pump

Bulkhead pump c/w detachable handle

▼ Readily achievable 50 lpm (11 gpm) output

Amazon Universal For mounting on bulkhead, through bulkhead, on deck, or through deck (with optional through deck kit).

29250-0000 / 0010

▼ Flow direction can be changed 180º by interchanging inlet and outlet ports

Amazon Warrior

▼ Optional push-fit inlet and outlet elbows swivel through 360º to increase flexibility of installation still further ▼ Unique safety feature allows operation from both inside and outside the cabin (with optional through deck kit) ▼ Quick release clamp ring gives fast access for blockage clearance ▼ Complete with stainless steel handle, mounting clips and provision for safety lanyard ▼ Impressive features are matched by impressive flow rate of up to 100 lpm (22 gpm) ▼ Excellent solids handling ability for use with holding tanks

Thrudeck pump, c/w detachable handle and through deck kit

▼ Robust, alloy body particularly suited to workboat and safety applications ▼ Double diaphragm design gives maximum efficiency and added safety, because each side of the pump operates independently

Bilge Strainers

▼ Solid 18" handle assists sustained high outputs of up to 135 lpm (30 gpm)

On deck

Universal pump, c/w detachable handle and one push-fit elbow

29280-0000

Warrior pump, c/w detachable handle

29279-0000

Optional through deck kit

29279-0000

Optional throughdeck kit

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Additional push-fit elbow

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Under deck bracket (required for use with through deck kit)

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29290-1020

Bilge strainer for 19mm (3/4") id hose

29290-1000

Bilge strainer for 25mm (1") id hose

29290-1010

Bilge strainer for 38mm (11/2") id hose In-line non-return valve for 19mm (3/4") id hose

29295-1000

In-line non-return valve for 25mm (1") id hose

29295-1010

In-line non-return valve for 38mm (11/2") id hose

Jabsco, 100 Cummings Center, Ste 535-N, Beverly, MA 01915 Fax: Fax:

UK

+44 (0) 1992 467 132

NHK Jabsco Co Ltd, 3-21-10, Shin-Yokohama, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama 222 Tel: +81 (0) 45 475 8906

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Jabsco GmbH, Oststraße 28, 22844 Norderstedt Tel: +49 (0) 40 53 53 73 0

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+49 (0) 40 53 53 73 11

Jabsco Marine Italia S.r.l., Via Tommaseo, 6, 20059 Vimercate, Milano Tel: +39 039 6852323

Bilge Strainer

USA

+1 978 283 2619

Jabsco, Bingley Road, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire EN11 0BU Tel: +44 (0) 1992 450 145

CAUTION: Amazon pumps are not designed to keep pace with water flowing in through a hole in the vessel's structure.

29295-1011

In-line Non-Return Valve

+39 039 666307

Applications The Amazon range of pumps is primarily designed to evacuate standing bilge water.

Amazon Accessories

On deck

Tel: +1 978 281 0440

Warrior

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Connections for 38mm (11/2") id hose

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Connections for 38mm (11/2") id hose 29270-0000

Universal (Through Deck or on Deck mounting)

Connections for 25mm (1") or 38mm (11/2") id hose

ITALY

Actual performance varies according to the individual installation and the pumping rate of the user. The Amazon Universal and Warrior models are also suitable for discharging toilet waste from holding tanks. CAUTION: Amazon pumps are designed specifically for use as bilge pumps and toilet waste disposal pumps. Consult ITT Industries-Jabsco for advice about all other possible applications. Do not use Amazon pumps to transfer petrol, petroleum products, acids, chemicals or caustic liquids.

In-Line Non-Return Valves

Models PUMPS ▼ 29240-0000

25mm (1")

Bulkhead pump, c/w detachable handle

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25mm (1")

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38mm (11/2")

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Thrudeck pump, c/w detachable handle and through deck kit Thrudeck pump, c/w detachable handle and through deck kit Universal pump, c/w detachable handle and one push-fit elbow Warrior pump, c/w detachable handle

OPTIONS ▼ 29279-0000

Through deck kit (for Universal and Warrior only)

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ACCESSORIES ▼ 29290-1020

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Bilge strainer for 25mm (1") id hose

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Bilge strainer for 38mm (11/2") id hose

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In-line non-return valve for 25mm (1") id hose

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Warranty: All products of the company are sold and all services of the company are offered subject to the company’s warranty and terms and conditions of sale, copies of which will be furnished upon request

© 2012 Xylem Inc

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Spare Parts List - 29280-000 Warrior

Installation Instructions An Amazon pump will become an integral part of your bilge pumping system. Correct installation of the whole system is essential if you want the pump to perform properly, operate reliably and safely, and to give satisfactory length of life.

5. Pipework You will need spiral reinforced smooth bore flexible hose for both the inlet and outlet pipework, and a stainless steel wormdrive hose clip for every hosetail connection (4 or more).

1. Location

▼ To maximise the efficiency of the pump ensure that the outlet hose rises at least 30cm (12") after it leaves the pump. This prevents the pump from sucking in air through the outlet hose.

Your pump is delivered ready for installation, but all Amazon pumps can be adapted by the installer to suit different types of location.

▼ Avoid sharp bends in the pipework that may cause the hose to become kinked.

▼ Select a location that allows you to pump comfortably for long periods of time, preferably with the handle rocking vertically towards and away from you at waist height.

▼ Secure the pipework so that the hoses cannot move and chafe, and so that they do not exert any leverage on the hose tail fittings to which they are connected.

▼ Ensure that there is sufficient clearance for you to use the full stroke of the handle without injury to your hands and arms.

▼ If it is difficult to fit the hose onto any hosetails, soften the hose by dipping the end of it in hot water.

▼ You must be able to get easy access to the pump chamber and both inlet and outlet valves in the event of a blockage occurring. ▼ For safety, locate the pump - whether above or below decks where you can operate it with all hatches and lockers fully closed.

2. Mounting For all models, except the Thrudeck, you will need the appropriate number, type, diameter and length of bolts, complete with nuts and washers, to mount the unit on the deck. All should be in marine grade stainless steel or bronze, and a small tube of silicone sealant will be required to seal the bolts where they pass through the deck. ▼ The mounting surface must be flat and sufficiently strong so that it does not flex when you are pumping hard.

Repair Kits Available Part No

A

29286-1000

MAJOR SERVICE KIT

Description

B

29283-1000

BODY KIT

C

29284-1000

ROCKER KIT

Key

Description

Qty

Part

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No

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Pump 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

▼ Keep all pipework lengths as short as possible. Unnecessary inlet or outlet hose length makes the pump harder to operate.

CAUTION: Do NOT apply flame to the hoses. Do NOT apply flame or heat to any plastic hosetails. Do NOT apply sealing compounds to any hose connections. ▼ Secure the ends of all hoses to the hosetails with stainless steel wormdrive hoseclips, ensuring that all inlet connections are airtight and that all outlet connections are watertight.

LEFT HAND COVER PLATE BOLT (DIAPHRAGM PLATE) WASHER DIAPHRAGM PLATE ROCKER ARM BUSH PIVOT PIN BODY BOLT (ROCKER ASSEMBLY) CONROD DIAPHRAGM RIGHT HAND COVER PLATE KNOB & WASHER ASSY WASHER (STUD) LONG STUD ROLL PIN HANDLE NUT (ROCKER ASSEMBLY)

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1 2 2 4 1

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Description

19 20 21 22 23 24

SCREW NUT NUT BOLT UNDERDECK BRACKET THROUGH DECK KIT

6. Handle Store the handle close to the pump in spring clips. ▼ Using the hole provided in the stainless steel handle, secure it with a lanyard to the mounting surface of the pump.

1 1 1 1 2 1 4 4 2 2 1 1

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4. Suction Inlet The suction inlet must be located in the deepest part of the bilges. ▼ To minimise the risk of a blockage you should fit an Amazon Strainer.

Part no

6 6 4 4 1 1

29289-0000

29279-0000

Dimensions Through Deck Mounting

Operating instructions

On Deck Mounting

F - SWING

▼ If your pump is installed through the deck, first swing the white lid of the deck cover through 180° and snap it into its open position.

DECK THICKNESS 5mm - 22mm (3/16 - 7/8Ø)

14.5mm CLOSED (9/16")

▼ Ensure that the through hull fitting will be above the waterline at all times, whether the craft is at rest or underway, or heeling, rolling or pitching.

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Amazon pumps are simple to operate. ▼ Follow the through hull fitting manufacturer's own instructions concerning materials and methods of installation.

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29281-1000

Optional Extras Available

3. Through Hull Fittings If you are installing the pump as a bilge pump you will need either a 25mm (1") id or 38mm (11/2") id through hull fitting, according to the particular model of pump.

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▼ Then just insert the end of the pump handle into the socket on the rocker arm, and move the handle backwards and forwards.

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▼ For maximum efficiency, use even strokes through the full arc of travel of the handle.

4 - CLEARANCE HOLES FOR M6 (1/4") BOLTS

▼ Expect the pump to prime and begin to discharge after a few strokes.

F - SWING

▼ After use, remove the handle and return it to its storage position.

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▼ Close the white lid of the deck cover. N PORTS

▼ You must be able to get easy access to the suction inlet point in the event of a blockage occurring. 4 - CLEARANCE HOLES FOR M6 (5/16") BOLTS

▼ To maximise the efficiency of the pump you should have a nonreturn valve close to the suction inlet. This prevents the water that you have just lifted up the hose from falling back into the bilge. (Amazon Bilge Strainers incorporate a non-return valve). If, for any reason, you do not want to fit a strainer you should fit an Amazon in-line, non-return valve as close to the suction inlet as possible.

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4 - CLEARANCE HOLES FOR M6 (5/18") BOLTS

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D 120 (4.7)

E 94 (3.7)

F 12.8 (0.5)

G 94 (3.7)

H 129 (5.1)

J 115 (4.5)

K 121 (4.8)

L 218 (8.58)

M 147 (5.8)

N 310 (12.2)

O 252 (9.9)

P 129 (5.1)

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WEIGHT

310 (12.2)

680 (27)

130 (5.1)

200 (8)

38.1 (1.5)

150 (6)

355 (14)

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4.40 kg (9.7) (lbs)

WEIGHT 1.2 kg (2.5) (lbs)

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Spare Parts List - 29270-0000 Universal

Safety Instructions MANUAL PUMPS SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS HANDPUMPEN EINBAU – UND SICHERHEITSHINWEISE

Repair Kits Available Kit

Part No

POMPE MANUALI INFORMAZIONI D’INSTALLAZIONE E SICUREZZA

Description

A

29276-1000

B

29275-1000

MAJOR SERVICE KIT PORTS KIT

C

29272-1000

CLAMP RING & ROCKER KIT

Key

Description

BOMBAS MANUALES INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACION Y MEDIDAS DE SEGURIDAD POMPES MANUELLES INSTALLATION ET SECURITE

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29279-0000

MANUELLA PUMPAR INSTALLATIONS-OCH SÄKERHETSANVISNINGAR

Repair Kit

Pump

Description THROUGH DECK KIT

▼ Always install pumps in a position that allows for sustained periods of pumping, where there is full access to the pump for service. ▼ Die Pumpe stets an einer Stelle einbauen, wo man sie bequem auch für längere Zeit betätigen kann und wo sie zur wartung leicht zugänglich ist. ▼ Installare sempre le pompe in una posizione che consenta di usarle per lunghi periodi e di sottoporle facilmente a manutenzione. ▼ Siempre instalar las bombas en una posición que permita prolongados períodos de bombeo y donde exista acceso total para el servicio de las mismas. ▼ Les pompes doivent toujours être installées dans un emplacement permattant leur utilisation pendant des périodes prolongées, et permettant un ácces integral pour effectuer leur entretien. ▼ Installera alltid pumparna så att de är lätta pumpa och är helt åtkomliga för service. ▼ Plaats de pompen altijd zodanig dat u langdurig kunt pompen en er makkelijjk bij kan voor onderhoud.

2. ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼

Dimensions Through Deck Mounting

On Deck Mounting

Fix pumps to a flat surface. Die Pumpe auf einer ebenen Unterlage befestigen. Fissare le pompe su una superficie piatta. Montar las bombas en una surface plane. Fäst pumparna pä ett plant underlag. Bevestig de pompen open vlak oppervlak.

3. ▼ Secure detachable handles to the vessel by use of a lanyard. ▼ Den abnehmbaren Handgriff mit einem Taudende am Boot sichern. ▼ Attaccare I manici staccabili all’imbarcazione usando uno spezzone di cima. ▼ Afianzar las manijas desmontables a la nave utilizando un destornillador. ▼ Fixer les poignées amovibles au bateau au moyen d’un bout. ▼ Sätt fast det löstagbara handtaget I en klämma I närheten av pumpen. ▼ Borg de uitneembare hendel aan het vaatuig met gebruik van een koord.

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94 (3.7)

120 (4.8)

180 (7)

121 (4.8)

73 (2.9)

66 (2.6)

129 (5.1)

277 (11)

29 (1.1)

380 (15)

212 (8.4)

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▼ Always use marine grade spiral reinforced hose (with smooth internal bore) of the correct size for the pump. ▼ Einen spiral-verstärkten Schmutzwasserschlauch (mit glatter Innenwandung) mit dem zur Pumpe passenden Innendurchmesser verwenden. ▼ Usare sempre un tubo flessibile di tipo marino, rinforzato e a spirale (con un’anima interna liscia), di dimensioni adatte alla pompa. ▼ Siempre usar mangueras reforzadas con espiral para uso marino (con diámetro interior liso) del tamaño correcto. ▼ Toujours utiliser des flexibles renforcés à spirale (à pario intérieure lisse) de diameter approprié. ▼ Använd alltid spiralarmerad marinslang (med slat insida) I rätt storlek. ▼ Gebruik altijd ‘marine grade’ spiral versterkte slang (met gladde binnenzijde) in de juiste maat voor de pomp.

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WEIGHT

390 (15.4)

242 (9.5)

41 (1.6)

156 (6.1)

33 (1.3)

405 (16)

238 (9.4)

26 (0.5)

149 (6)

498 (19.6)

244 (9.6)

192 (7.5)

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1.2 kg (2.9) (lbs)

5. ▼ Pipework runs should be kept as short and straight as possible, avoiding rising and dipping over obstructions. ▼ Die verlegte Schlauchleitung sollte so kurz und so gerade wie möglich sein. Auf- und absteigende Verlegung über Hindernisse ist zu vermeiden. ▼ I tratti di tubatura dovrebbero essere corti e diritti al Massimo, evitando che salgano e scendano a causa di ostruzioni. ▼ Los tramos de tuberia deben tan cortos y rectos como sea posible, evitando subidas o bajadas para sortear obstrucciones. ▼ Les canalisations doivent suivre un trajet aussi droit et court que possible, et éviter de passer au-dessus ou au-dessous des obstacles éventuels. ▼ Slangarna skall hållas så raka och korta som möjligt. ▼ Leidingwerk moet zo kort en recht mogelijk gehouden worden. Voorkom stijgen en dalen van pijp over obstakels.

6. ▼ All bilge pumps discharged overboard must be installed with the overboard discharge well above both static and heeled waterlines. (Sailboats normally discharge through the transom). ▼ Bei allen nach aussenbords entleerenden Bilgepumpen muß der Borddurchlass auch bei Krängung oberhalb der Wasserlinie liegen. (Bei Segelbooten normalerweise im Spiegal). ▼ Tutte le pompe di sentina che si scaricano fuori devono essere installate con lo carico in acqua ben al di sopra della linea di galleggiamento sia statica che inclinata. (Nelle barche a vela lo scarico avviene normalmente attraverso l’arcaccia). ▼ Todas las bombas de carena con descarga al agua deben instalarse con la descarga al amr bien por encima de la línea de flotación estática e inclinada. (Las embarcaciones a vela generalmente descargan a través de yugo). ▼ L’évacuation de toutes les pompes de cale à rejet en mer doit être située bien audessus de la ligne de flottaison maximale (sur les voiliers, l’évacuation se fait habituellement à travers le tableau arrière). ▼ Alla länspumpar med utlopp överboord pompen moeten hun huid doorlaat voldoende boven de waterlijn plaatsen. Houd rekening met de maximum overhelling. (Zeilboten pompen normal gesproken over het gangboord het lens water overboord).

7. ▼ For maximum efficiency raise discharge hose at least 30cm (12”) after it leaves the pump. ▼ Die beste Förderleistung wird erzielt, wenn der Druckschlauch nicht höher als 30 cm über der Pumpe nach aussen führt. ▼ Per la massima efficienza alzare il tubo di scario almeno di 30 cm dopo aver lasciato la pompa. ▼ Para maxima eficacia elevar la descarge de manguera un mínimo de 30cm después de su salida de la bomba. ▼ Pour maximiser le rendement, le tuyua d’évacuation ne droit commencer à s’élever que 30cm au moins après la sortie de la pompe. ▼ För bästa effektivitet bör slangen höjas minst 30cm after utloppet från pumpen. ▼ Voor maximum doelmatigheid dient u de uitlaat slang na de pomp minstens 30cm omhoog to leiden.

8. ▼ To minimise risk of blockage fit a strainer on the bilge end of the pipework. ▼ Um das Risiko enien Verstopfung gering zu halten, wird der Einbau eines Saugkorbes in der Bilge empfohlen. ▼ Per minimizzare il rischio di blocco, installare un filtro sull’estremità di sentina della tubatura. ▼ Para reducer a un mínimo el riesgo de obstucciones, colocar un filtro en el extreme de carena de la tubería. ▼ Pour minimiser les risques d’obturation, monet une crépine sur le côté find de cale de la tuyauterie. ▼ För blockeringsrisk bör en sil med backventil monteras på slangens sugsida. ▼ Bevestig een zuigkorf aan het begin van de zuigslang, dit helpt verstopping te voorkomen.

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Spare Parts List - 29250 Series Thrudeck

Spare Parts List - 29240-000 Bulkhead

Repair Kits Available Kit

Part No

A

29256-1000

B

Repair Kits Available Kit

Part No 29246-1000

MAJOR SERVICE KIT

B

29241-1000

PORTS KIT

C

29243-1000

CLAMP RING & ROCKER KIT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18

Description

OUTLET PORT OUTLET VALVE BODY DIAPHRAGM PLATE DIAPHRAGM CLAMP RING SCREW CON ROD CLEVIS PIN (LONG) ROCKER CLEVIS PIN (SHORT) WASHER HANDLE INLET VALVE INLET PORT WASHER BOLT

Dimensions

4

29241-1000

PORTS KIT 1"

29241-1010

PORTS KIT 11/2"

C

29252-1000

CLAMP RING ASSEMBLY

D

29254-1000

ROCKER ASSEMBLY

Key

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Key

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Per Pump

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THROUGH DECK KIT SCREW ROCKER RING CLIP WASHER CLEVIS PIN (LONG) HANDLE SCREW OUTLET PORT FLAP VALVE LOWER BODY INLET PORT NYLOC NUT DIAPHRAGM PLATE (LOWER) DIAPHRAGM DIAPHRAGM PLATE (UPPER) BOLT SCREW DIAPHRAGM CLAMP RING CLEVIS PIN (SHORT) WASHER NUT UPPER BODY O-RING

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B

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D

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29251-1000

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357 (14)

216 (8.5)

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120 (4.8)

28.5 (1.1)

119 (4.7)

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Operation Manual

THIS MANUAL DESCRIBES THE SMARTCRAFT GAUGE SYSTEMS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR BOAT

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Monitor

Monitor

MONITOR 1.01-1.02

For boats equipped with SmartCraft gauge systems, look to the descriptions below to identify the system in the boat. Please read about the SmartCraft system to get the best performance from them.

Part 1

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION

NOTE: Software version will flash on screen at start up

Part 1

Part 2

MONITOR 2.00

NOTE: Software version will flash on screen at start up

Part 2

Software Version 2.00

Software Version 1.01 & 1.02

Part 3

Note: Look for RESET and Brightness arrows

Part 3

SYSTEM TACH & SPEED

System Tachometer and Speedometer

Part 4

NOTE: Look for letters “VDO”

VDO

Part 4 1

SMART TACH & SPEED

Smart Tachometer and Speedometer


2


MONITOR 1.01-1.02

Part 1 Monitor with Software Version 1.01 and 1.02 Legend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1 Basic Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2 Standard Information Display Screens . . . . . . . . . 1-3 Shallow Water Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6 Warning System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7 Warning Display Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7 CAL 1 Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9 CAL 2 Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12

NOTE:This manual shows all the Monitor display screens that are available. Depending on your type of engine, not all these screens will apply. Monitor with Software Version 1.01 and 1.02 is compatible with: 2001 model year and newer Mercury Outboard models that are designed for use with SmartCraft.


MONITOR 1.01-1.02

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Legend A=

L=

B=

N=

C=

O=

D=

P=

E=

S=

F=

T=

I=

U=

= Engine = Fuel = Water Temperature = Water Pressure = Oil = Alarm

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MONITOR 1.01-1.02

MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 1.01-1.02 Basic Operation This monitor is an LCD multi-function display gauge. A variety of disbutton. plays can be activated using the button scrolls the following displays: fuel used, Pressing the tachometer (RPM), fuel flow, power trim position, engine temp, water pressure, battery voltage, range (if calibrated), and water depth (if equipped with transducer). The System Monitor will power up when the ignition is turned on. The display includes a backlight which allows you to read it at night. The backlight brightness is adjustable using button. In the event of a warning alarm, the warning icon(s) will be displayed.

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Standard Information Display Screens Initial Power Up 

 

 

  

At power up, a momentary (1 second) screen displays the current monitor software version, followed by a 4 second display showing hours of engine use.

Fuel Used  

Displays approximate fuel used since the last reset. Reset will return display back to 0. You can Reset anytime by pressing and buttons together momentarily.

Engine RPM



Tachometer â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Displays engine speed in Revolutions Per Minute (RPM).

Fuel Flow  

Displays current estimated individual engine fuel consumption in Gallons per hour (Gal/hr) or Liters per hour (Ltr/hr).

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MONITOR 1.01-1.02

MONITOR – VERSION 1.01-1.02 Standard Information Display Screens Trim Position



Displays trim position of the propulsion unit up to the maximum trim position, and then displays the trailer position. 0 = down, 10 = full trim 25 = full trailer. NOTE: This screen can be set to pop up whenever the trim switch is used. Refer to the CAL 1 Calibrations.

Engine Temperature Displays the engine temperature in degrees Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C).

Water Pressure 

Displays the engine temperature in degrees Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C).

Battery Voltage



Displays voltage level (condition) of battery.

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Standard Information Display Screens Range

 

Displays estimated range based on current fuel consumption and fuel remaining in the tank that is connected to the system. The number displayed is an estimate of the distance you can travel on the remaining fuel at current boat speed. NOTE: Two requirements to activate this screen, 1. you must perform the fuel tank calibration in CAL 2. Refer to the CAL 2 Calibrations Section. 2. You must have a speed input device connected to the system (paddle wheel or pitot pressure transducer).

  

Water Depth

 

Displays the depth of water under the transducer if connected. 

You must have a depth transducer connected to the system in order for this screen to operate. NOTE:

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MONITOR 1.01-1.02

MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 1.01-1.02 Shallow Water Alarm You can set an alarm to trigger whenever the boat moves into water shallower than the alarm level. Setting Shallow Water Alarm. 1. The water depth screen must be displayed. Be sure Depth is turned on in CAL 2. Refer to CAL 2 Calibration Section. 2. Press both

and

buttons together for 3 seconds.

3. The alarm on or off menu will appear. 4. Press the

button to toggle to ON.  

5.

Push

button to save.

6. The depth number will be flashing. Press the button to set the flashing number to desired alarm depth. 100 ft maximum depth and 2 ft minimum depth.  

7.

Push

button to save.

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Warning System When a problem is detected with the engine, the warning display screens will alert the operator to the potential problem. Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for explanation of the problem and the correct action to take. If problem can cause immediate engine damage, the Engine Guardian System will respond to the problem by limiting engine power. Immediately reduce throttle speed to idle. Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for further explanation of the problem and the correct action to take. If the mode button is pressed to a different screen, the flashing alarm signal will remain flashing to indicate there still is a problem.

Warning Display Screens IMPORTANT: Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for further explanation of the problem and the correct action to take.

Low Water Pressure The Bell and Water Pressure icons are displayed. There is insufficient water pressure in the cooling system.

Engine Overheat The Bell and Temperature icons are displayed There is insufficient water pressure in the cooling system.

Low Oil Reserve The bell and oil icons are displayed. The oil level is critically low in the engine mounted oil reservoir tank.

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MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 1.01-1.02


MONITOR 1.01-1.02

MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 1.01-1.02 Warning Display Screens IMPORTANT: Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for further explanation of the problem and the correct action to take.

Oil Pump Fault The Bell, Engine and oil icons are displayed. The oil pump has stopped functioning electrically. No lubricating oil is being supplied to the engine.

Water in Fuel The Bell and Fuel Icon are displayed. Water in the water-separating fuel filter reached the full level.

Engine Overspeed The Bell icon is displayed. The engine speed exceeded the maximum allowable RPM.

Engine Malfunction The Bell and Engine Icon will appear to inform the driver that an engine problem occurred.

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CAL 1 Calibration Cal 1 Display Calibrations: •Trim Pop up Screen (On or Off) •Trim Sensor Setting •English or Metric Readings Selection •Range Readings Selection •Fuel Tank Capacity Setting

1. Turn ignition key to the on position. 2. Press and hold and CAL 1 calibration screen.

for 3 seconds to bring up the

NOTE:Press and hold and the CAL 1 calibration screen.

for 3 seconds to get out of

Cal 1 Start Screen

Press the

button to move to the next calibration screen.  

Trim Pop-up Screen (Turn on or off) Select whether you want the power trim display screen to pop up whenever the trim switch is activated .

1. Have the number “flashing” on display screen. 2. Press the 1 = on 0 = off

button to select.

3. Press the

button to move to the next function.

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MONITOR – VERSION 1.01-1.02


MONITOR 1.01-1.02

MONITOR – VERSION 1.01-1.02 CAL 1 Calibration  

Trim Sensor 0.0 Setting

1. The word “Trim” and down arrow should be blinking. 2. trim unit to the full Down/In position. 3. Press the

button to save.

4. Press the

button to advance to 10.0 setting.  

Trim Sensor 10.0 Setting

5. The word “Trim” and down and up arrows should be blinking. 6. Trim unit out to the maximum trim (not trailer) position. 7. Press the

button to save.

8. Press the

button to advance to 25.0 setting.  

Trim Sensor 25.0 Setting

9. The word “Trim” and up arrow should be blinking. 10. Use the trim switch and trim unit out to the maximum trailer position. 11. Press the

button to save.

12. Press the

button to move to the next function. 1-10


CAL 1 Calibration SAE English System

 

  

Metric System !  



English or Metric Select whether you want the readings in the SAE English system or the Metric system.

1. Press the

button to toggle between units.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.

Range Readings

 

   #   "

  

Select whether you want the readings in Miles, Nautical Miles or Kilometers.

1. Press the

button to toggle between units.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.

Fuel Tank Capacity

 

If the boat installation does not have the fuel tank level sensor wired to the monitor, then calibrate the fuel tank capacity setting to read 0. If a fuel tank level sensor is wired to the monitor, than enter the capacity of the fuel tank that has the sensor.

IMPORTANT: Set the fuel tank capacity setting at 0 if the fuel tank level is not going to be calibrated. This will prevent a constant alarm. 3. Press the

button to input tank capacity number.

4. Press the

button to move to the next function. 1-11

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MONITOR 1.01-1.02

MONITOR – VERSION 1.01-1.02 CAL 2 Calibration Cal 2 Display Calibrations: •Single or Multi-engine Installation Setting •Dual Station Setting •Paddle Wheel Speed Sensor Frequency Setting •Pitot Water Pressure Sensor Input Setting

•Fuel Tank Calibration •Depth Screen (On or Off) •Coolant Screen (On or Off) •Oil Pressure Screen (On or Off) •Water Pressure Screen (On or Off) •Voltage Screen (On or Off)

1. Turn ignition key to the on position. 2. Press and hold and for 3 seconds to bring up the and again CAL 1 calibration screen. Press and hold for 3 seconds to bring up the CAL 2 calibration screen. and NOTE:Press and hold the CAL 2 calibration screen.

for 3 seconds to get out of

Cal 2 Start Screen

Press the

button to move to the next calibration screen.

Single or Multi-Engine Setting This screen lets you select the engine position that the Monitor is connected to. Press the

button to move to the next function.

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CAL 2 Calibration Dual Station Setting If you have 2 Monitors connected to the same engine, one can be set St1 and the other should be St2.

Press the

button to save and move to the next function.

Paddle Wheel Speed Sensor Frequency   

Press the

Frequency can be changed to match requirements of different sensors. 4.9 is the frequency of the paddle wheel speed sensor provided by Mercury Marine.

button to save and move to the next function.

Water Pressure Sensor Input Select the speed input of the Pitot water pressure sensor on the engine. NOTE:The standard speed input on production Mercury Outboards is 100 PSI. On a High Performance Outboard it could be 200 Psi. 1. Press the 1 = 100 PSI 2 = 200 PSI

button to select.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.

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MONITOR 1.01-1.02

MONITOR – VERSION 1.01-1.02 CAL 2 Calibration Fuel Tank Calibration Select whether you want to calibrate the fuel tank. NOTE: Selecting “1” will continue fuel tank calibration. 1. Press the

button to select 1= on, 0 = off.

Fuel Tank Calibration 0% Setting  

Have the fuel tank level at empty.

2. Press the button to save. Press the vance to 25% setting.

button to ad-

Fuel Tank Calibration 25% Setting  

25 Percent

Fuel to Add

Adding the amount of fuel shown will raise fuel tank level to 25 percent. NOTE:The quantity of “Fuel to Add” is determined by the fuel tank capacity number entered in CAL 1

3. Add the displayed amount of fuel to the fuel tank. 4. Press the button to save. Press the vance to 50% setting.

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button to ad-


CAL 2 Calibration Fuel Tank Calibration 50% Setting  

50 Percent

Fuel to Add

Adding the amount of fuel shown will raise fuel tank level to 50 percent. NOTE:The quantity of “Fuel to Add” is determined by the fuel tank capacity number entered in CAL 1

5. Add the displayed amount of fuel to the fuel tank. 6. Press the button to save. Press the vance to 75% setting.

button to ad-

Fuel Tank Calibration 75% Setting  

75 Percent

Fuel to Add

Adding the amount of fuel shown will raise fuel tank level to 75 percent. NOTE:The quantity of “Fuel to Add” is determined by the fuel tank capacity number entered in CAL 1

7. Add the displayed amount of fuel to the fuel tank. 8. Press the button to save. Press the vance to full% setting.

button to ad-

Fuel Tank Calibration Full Setting  

Full Percent

Add the amount of fuel to fill the fuel tank.

Fuel to Add

9. Add the amount of fuel to fill the fuel tank. 10. Press the button to save. Press the vance to next function. 1-15

button to ad-

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MONITOR 1.01-1.02

MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 1.01-1.02 CAL 2 Calibration Depth Display (on or off) Select whether you want the depth screen to be displayed.

1. Press the

button to select on or off.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.

Coolant Temperature Display (on or off) Select whether you want the coolant temperature screen to be displayed. 1. Press the

button to select on or off.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.

Oil Pressure Display (on or off) Select whether you want the oil pressure screen to be displayed. 1. Press the

button to select on or off.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.

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CAL 2 Calibration Water Pressure Display (on or off) Select whether you want the water pressure screen to be displayed. 1. Press the

button to select on or off.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.



1. Press the

Battery Voltage Display (on or off) Select whether you want the battery voltage screen to be displayed.

button to select on or off.

and 2. Press and hold CAL 2 calibration screen.

for 3 seconds to get out of the

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Monitor with Software Version 2.00 Legend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1 Basic Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2 Initial Power Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2 Master Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4 Standard Information Display Screens . . . . . . . . . 2-5 Shallow Water Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8 Warning System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9 Warning Display Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9 CAL 1 Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11 CAL 2 Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-16

NOTE:This manual shows all the Monitor display screens that are available. Depending on your type of engine, not all these screens will apply. Monitor with Software Version 2.00 is compatible with: 2002 model year and newer Mercury Outboard Models that are designed for use with SmartCraft. MerCruiser model 8.1/496

MONITOR 2.00

Part 2


MONITOR 2.00

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MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 2.00 A=

L=

B=

N=

C=

O=

D=

P=

E=

S=

F=

T=

I=

U=

= Engine = Fuel = Water Temperature = Water Pressure = Oil = Alarm

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MONITOR 2.00

Legend


MONITOR – VERSION 2.00 Basic Operation The Monitor is an LCD multi-function display gauge. A variety of disbutton. plays can be activated using the Pressing the button scrolls the following displays: fuel used, tachometer (RPM), fuel flow, power trim position, engine temp, water pressure, battery voltage, range (if calibrated), and water depth (if equipped with transducer). MONITOR 2.00

The Monitor will power up when the ignition is turned on. The display includes a backlight which allows you to read it at night. The backlight brightness is adjustable using button. In the event of a warning alarm, the warning icon(s) played.

will be dis-

Initial Power Up (Or After Master Reset) Unit will display software level then flash the word “SEt” in conjunction with engine icon.

Press the

button.

AUTO-DETECTION The unit will begin it’s “Auto-detection” of engine type procedure. In this procedure the Monitor checks with the engine control module (ECM) to see what type of engine you have and presets the data monitoring screens accordingly, (e.g, If Monitor detects an inboard engine connected to the data network it will turn off all engine/drive TRIM functions as these functions are not used in an inboard engine installation). The intention is to make initial setup easier. (continued on next page)

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MONITOR – VERSION 2.00 Initial Power Up (Or After Master Reset) Initial Auto-Detection Error Messages:

Flashing “nonE” – The gauge does not see any engine computers (ECM’s). Please check wiring for bad connections and for proper amount of terminator resistors. Flashing “noSt” – None of the engine computers (ECM’s) are configured as a starboard engine. Engines may not be compatible or must be programmed for proper engine location by using a DDT or Quicksilver Diagnostic Tool. Flashing “2001” – You will need to manually select your engine type. Use the button to scroll through the choices. Stnd = Stern Drive, Inbd = Inboard, JEtd = Jet Drive, Out2 = Outboard 2 Stroke, Out4 = Outboard 4 Stroke. Press to continue.

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MONITOR 2.00

Flashing “Stbd” – More than one of the engine computers (ECM’s) are configured as a starboard engine. The engines must be programmed for proper engine location using a DDT or Quicksilver Diagnostic Tool.


MONITOR – VERSION 2.00 Master Reset You can return the gauge back to factory presets through the Master Reset command. IMPORTANT: Performing a master reset will reset the unit back to all factory defaults, thus eliminating any installation calibrations performed during set up of product.

MONITOR 2.00

1. Hold in and for approximately 12 seconds. You will see the word “dFLt” let go of the buttons. 2. Immediately press and hold in unit counts down to zero “0”.

and

again until the

3. The “SEt” message flashing on the screen indicates that the unit has been reset to factory defaults.

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MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 2.00 Standard Information Display Screens NOTE:This manual shows all the Monitor display screens that are available. Depending on your type of engine, not all these screens will apply.



 

 

  

At start up, a momentary (1 second) screen displays the current monitor software version, followed by a 4 second display showing hours of engine use.

Fuel Used  

Displays approximate fuel used since the last reset. Reset will return display back to 0. You can Reset anytime by pressing and buttons together momentarily.

Engine RPM



Tachometer â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Displays engine speed in Revolutions Per Minute (RPM).

Fuel Flow  

Displays current estimated individual engine fuel consumption in Gallons per hour (Gal/hr) or Liters per hour (Ltr/hr).

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MONITOR 2.00

Start Up


MONITOR – VERSION 2.00 Standard Information Display Screens 

Trim Position

MONITOR 2.00

Displays trim position of the propulsion unit up to the maximum trim position, and then displays the trailer position. 0 = down, 10 = full trim 25 = full trailer. NOTE: This screen can be set to pop up whenever the trim switch is used. Refer to the CAL 1 Calibrations.

Engine Temperature Displays the engine temperature in degrees Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C).

Water Pressure 

Displays the engine temperature in degrees Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C).

Oil Temperature Displays the engine oil temperature in degrees Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C).

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MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 2.00 Standard Information Display Screens Oil Pressure

Battery Voltage



Displays voltage level (condition) of battery.

Range

 

  

Displays estimated range based on current fuel consumption and fuel remaining in the tank that is connected to the system. The number displayed is an estimate of the distance you can travel on the remaining fuel at current boat speed. NOTE: Two requirements to activate this screen, 1. you must perform the fuel tank calibration in CAL 2. Refer to the CAL 2 Calibrations Section. 2.You must have a speed input device connected to the system (paddle wheel or pitot pressure transducer).

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MONITOR 2.00

Displays engine oil pressure in Psi or Bar.


MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 2.00 Standard Information Display Screens Water Depth

 

Displays the depth of water under the transducer if connected.

MONITOR 2.00



You must have a depth transducer (purchased separately) connected to the system in order for this screen to operate.

NOTE:

Shallow Water Alarm You can set an alarm to trigger whenever the boat moves into water shallower than the alarm level. Setting Shallow Water Alarm. 1. The water depth screen must be displayed. Be sure Depth is turned on in CAL 2. Refer to CAL 2 Calibration Section. 2. Press both

and

buttons together for 3 seconds.

3. The alarm on or off menu will appear. 4. Press the

button to toggle to ON.  

5.

Push

button to save.

6. The depth number will be flashing. Press the button to set the flashing number to desired alarm depth. 100 ft maximum depth and 2 ft minimum depth.  

7.

Push

button to save. 2-8


MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 2.00 Warning System

If problem can cause immediate engine damage, the Engine Guardian System will respond to the problem by limiting engine power. Immediately reduce throttle speed to idle. Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for further explanation of the problem and the correct action to take. If the mode button is pressed to a different screen, the flashing alarm signal will remain flashing to indicate there still is a problem.

Warning Display Screens IMPORTANT: Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for further explanation of the problem and the correct action to take.

Engine Overheat The Bell and Temperature icons are displayed There is insufficient water pressure in the cooling system.

Low Oil Reserve The bell and oil icons are displayed. The oil level is critically low in the engine mounted oil reservoir tank.

Low Water Pressure The Bell and Water Pressure icons are displayed. There is insufficient water pressure in the cooling system. 2-9

MONITOR 2.00

When a problem is detected with the engine, the warning display screens will alert the operator to the potential problem. Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for explanation of the problem and the correct action to take.


MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 2.00 Warning Display Screens IMPORTANT: Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for further explanation of the problem and the correct action to take.

Water in Fuel

MONITOR 2.00

The Bell and Fuel Icon are displayed. Water in the water-separating fuel filter reached the full level.

Engine Overspeed The Bell icon is displayed. The engine speed exceeded the maximum allowable RPM.

Engine Malfunction The Bell and Engine Icon will appear to inform the driver that an engine problem occurred.

Oil Pump Fault The Bell, Engine and oil icons are displayed. The oil pump has stopped functioning electrically. No lubricating oil is being supplied to the engine.

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MONITOR – VERSION 2.00 CAL 1 Calibration Cal1 Display Calibrations: •(On or Off) Trim Pop up Screen •Trim Calibration •English or Metric Units Selection •Range Units Selection •(On or Off) Depth, Trim, Engine Temperature, Oil Pressure, Oil Temperature, Water Pressure, Volts, Engine Hours, and Data Simulator pages.

2. Press and hold and CAL 1 calibration screen.

for 3 seconds to bring up the

NOTE:Press and hold and the CAL 1 calibration screen.

for 3 seconds to get out of

Cal 1 Start Screen

Press the

button to move to the next calibration screen.  

Trim Pop-up Screen (Turn on or off) Select whether you want the power trim display screen to pop up whenever the trim switch is activated .

1. Have the number “flashing” on display screen. 2. Press the 1 = on 0 = off

button to select.

3. Press the

button to move to the next function.

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MONITOR 2.00

1. Turn ignition key to the on position.


MONITOR – VERSION 2.00 CAL 1 Calibration  

Trim Sensor 0.0 Setting (Full Trim in Position)

MONITOR 2.00

1. The word “Trim” and down arrow should be blinking. 2. trim unit to the full Down/In position. 3. Press the

button to save.

4. Press the

button to advance to 10.0 setting.  

Trim Sensor 10.0 Setting (Full Trim Out Position)

5. The word “Trim” and down and up arrows should be blinking. 6. Trim unit out to the maximum trim (not trailer) position. 7. Press the

button to save.

8. Press the

button to advance to 25.0 setting.  

Trim Sensor 25.0 Setting (Full Trailer Out Position)

9. The word “Trim” and up arrow should be blinking. 10. Use the trim switch and trim unit out to the maximum trailer position. 11. Press the

button to save.

12. Press the

button to move to the next function. 2-12


MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 2.00 CAL 1 Calibration

 

 



Metric System !  



English or Metric Select whether you want the readings in the SAE English system or the Metric system.

1. Press the

button to toggle between units.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.

Range Readings

 

   #   "

  

Select whether you want the readings in Miles, Nautical Miles or Kilometers.

1. Press the

button to toggle between units.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.

Depth Display (on or off) Select whether you want the depth screen to be displayed. 1. Press the

button to select on or off.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.  

Trim Display (on or off) Select whether you want the trim screen to be displayed.

1. Press the

button to select on or off.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function. 2-13

MONITOR 2.00

SAE English System


MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 2.00 CAL 1 Calibration Coolant Temperature Display (on or off)

MONITOR 2.00

Select whether you want the coolant temperature screen to be displayed. 1. Press the

button to select on or off.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.

Oil Pressure Display (on or off) Select whether you want the oil pressure screen to be displayed. 1. Press the

button to select on or off.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.

Oil Temperature Display (on or off) Select whether you want the oil temperature screen to be displayed. 1. Press the

button to select on or off.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.

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MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 2.00 CAL 1 Calibration Water Pressure Display (on or off)

1. Press the

button to select on or off.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function.



1. Press the

Battery Voltage Display (on or off) Select whether you want the battery voltage screen to be displayed.

button to select on or off.

and 2. Press and hold CAL 2 calibration screen.

for 3 seconds to get out of the

Engine Hours Display (on or off) Select whether you want the engine hours screen to be displayed.



1. Press the

button to select on or off.

and 2. Press and hold CAL 2 calibration screen.

for 3 seconds to get out of the

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MONITOR 2.00

Select whether you want the water pressure screen to be displayed.


MONITOR – VERSION 2.00 CAL 2 Calibration CAL2 Display Calibrations: •Paddle Wheel Speed Sensor Frequency Setting •Pitot Water Pressure Speed Sensor Input Setting •Pitot Water Pressure Speed Sensor Multiplier •Fuel Tank Calibration

MONITOR 2.00

1. Turn ignition key to the on position. 2. Press and hold and for 3 seconds to bring up the and again CAL 1 calibration screen. Press and hold for 3 seconds to bring up the CAL 2 calibration screen. and NOTE:Press and hold the CAL 2 calibration screen.

for 3 seconds to get out of

Cal 2 Start Screen

Press the

button to move to the next calibration screen.

Press the

button to save and move to the next function.

Pitot Water Pressure Sensor Input Select the PSI input of the Pitot water pressure sensor on the engine. NOTE:The standard speed input on production Mercury Outboards is 100 PSI. Certain High Performance applications may require a 200 Psi input. 1. Press the 1 = 100 PSI 2 = 200 PSI

button to select.

2. Press the

button to move to the next function. 2-16


MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 2.00 CAL 2 Calibration Paddle Wheel Speed Sensor Frequency

Press the

Frequency can be changed to match requirements of different sensors. 4.9 is the frequency of the paddle wheel speed sensor provided by Mercury Marine.

button to save and move to the next function.

Fuel Tank Calibration THERE ARE THREE METHODS TO SET UP THE FUEL TANK LEVEL MONITORING FEATURE: First: Do nothing. Linear readout based on raw sensor values. This mode does not factor in irregular tank shapes. Second: By following the tank calibration procedure, but without actually adding fuel to the tank. The Monitor will supply an estimated range value based on default sensor values. This mode does not factor in irregular tank shapes. Third: By following the tank calibration procedure completely, which includes adding fuel at certain calibration points. Monitor will display an estimated range value that factors in the tank shape.

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MONITOR 2.00

  


MONITOR – VERSION 2.00 CAL 2 Calibration Tank 1 (fuel) Capacity Setting “t1” = tank 1

MONITOR 2.00

1. Press the 2. Press displayed.

button until “t1” is displayed. “t1” = tank 1. once more. The word “no” and the fuel icon will be

NOTE:The word “no” will not go away unless the gauge sees a tank connected to the system. With no tank connected, you will not be able to enter a capacity. 3. Enter the capacity of tank 1 in gallons using the 4. Press the tion.

key.

button to save and move to the next func-

Tank 2 Capacity Setting NOTE:Tank 2 does not have to be a fuel tank. It could represent an oil tank for example. “t2” = tank 2

1. Press the 2. Press displayed.

button until “t2” is displayed. “t2” = tank 2. once more. The word “no” and the fuel icon will be

3. Enter the capacity of tank 2 in gallons using the

key.

NOTE:The word “no” will not go away unless the gauge sees a tank connected to the system. With no tank connected, you will not be able to enter a capacity. 4. Press the tion.

button to save and move to the next func2-18


MONITOR – VERSION 2.00 CAL 2 Calibration Tank 1 Calibration

button to select 1= on, 0 = off. Selecting “1” will 1. Press the continue fuel tank calibration.

Tank 1 Calibration 0% Setting  

Have the fuel tank level at empty.

2. Press the button to save. Press the vance to 25% setting.

button to ad-

Tank 1 Calibration 25% Setting  

25 Percent

Fuel to Add

Adding the amount of fuel shown will raise fuel tank level to 25 percent. NOTE:The quantity of “Fuel to Add” is determined by the fuel tank capacity number entered

3. Add the displayed amount of fuel to the fuel tank. button to save. Press the 4. Press the vance to 50% setting.

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button to ad-

MONITOR 2.00

Once the capacities have been entered, you need to. Select whether you want to calibrate fuel tank 1 ” ’t1”. NOTE: The gauge will not let you calibrate the fuel tank until the capacity had been entered).


MONITOR – VERSION 2.00 CAL 2 Calibration Tank 1 Calibration 50% Setting  

MONITOR 2.00

50 Percent

Fuel to Add

Adding the amount of fuel shown will raise fuel tank level to 50 percent. NOTE:The quantity of “Fuel to Add” is determined by the fuel tank capacity number entered

5. Add the displayed amount of fuel to the fuel tank. button to save. Press the 6. Press the vance to 75% setting.

button to ad-

Tank 1 Calibration 75% Setting  

75 Percent

Fuel to Add

Adding the amount of fuel shown will raise fuel tank level to 75 percent. NOTE:The quantity of “Fuel to Add” is determined by the fuel tank capacity number entered

7. Add the displayed amount of fuel to the fuel tank. 8. Press the button to save. Press the vance to full% setting.

button to ad-

Tank 1 Calibration Full Setting  

Full Percent

Add the amount of fuel to fill the fuel tank.

Fuel to Add

9. Add the amount of fuel to fill the fuel tank. 10. Press the button to save. Press the vance to next function.

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button to ad-


MONITOR – VERSION 2.00 CAL 2 Calibration Select whether you want to calibrate tank 2. NOTE: Tank 2 does not have to be a fuel tank. It could represent an oil tank for example. NOTE: The gauge will not let you calibrate the tank until the capacity had been entered). 1. Press the

button until “t2” is displayed. “t2” = tank 2.

button to select 1= on, 0 = off. Selecting “1” will 2. Press the continue tank 2 calibration. 3. Press the

button to continue.

Tank 2 Calibration Icon Selection Select one of three icons for tank 2 display screen. (oil, water/waste, fuel). button, you will see a blinking icon. Using the 1. Press the button, select which icon you want tank 2 to be, (oil, fuel, or water/waste). NOTE:If you choose oil or water/waste icon, no further tank 2 calibration will be needed. If tank 2 will be for fuel, continue tank 2 procedure. 2. Press the

button to continue.

Tank 2 Calibration 0% Setting  

Have the fuel tank level at empty.

3. Press the button to save. Press the vance to 25% setting. 2-21

button to ad-

MONITOR 2.00

Tank 2 Calibration


MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 2.00 CAL 2 Calibration Tank 2 Calibration 25% Setting Adding the amount of fuel shown will raise fuel tank level to 25 per25 Percent Fuel to Add cent. NOTE :The quantity of fuel to add is determined by the fuel tank capacity number entered. 4. Add the displayed amount of fuel to the fuel tank.

MONITOR 2.00

 

button to save. Press the 5. Press the vance to 50% setting.

button to ad-

Tank 2 Calibration 50% Setting Adding the amount of fuel shown will raise fuel tank level to 50 per50 Percent Fuel to Add cent. NOTE:The quantity of fuel to add is determined by the fuel tank capacity number entered. 6. Add the displayed amount of fuel to the fuel tank.  

button to save. Press the 7. Press the vance to 75% setting.

button to ad-

Tank 2 Calibration 75% Setting Adding the amount of fuel shown will raise fuel tank level to 75 perFuel to Add 75 Percent cent. NOTE:The quantity of fuel to add is determined by the fuel tank capacity number entered. 8. Add the displayed amount of fuel to the fuel tank.  

button to save. Press the 9. Press the vance to full% setting. 2-22

button to ad-


MONITOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; VERSION 2.00 CAL 2 Calibration Tank 2 Calibration Full Setting  

Full Percent

Add the amount of fuel to fill the fuel tank.

Fuel to Add

11. Press the button to save. Press the vance to next function.

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button to ad-

MONITOR 2.00

10. Add the amount of fuel to fill the fuel tank.


Part 3 Basic Operation and Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 Auto Detection Engine Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3 Master Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3 Speedometer Display Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4 Tachometer Display Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6 Troll Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8 Warning System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10 Warning Display Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11 Cal 1 Tachometer Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15 Cal 2 Tachometer Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18 Cal 1 Speedometer Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-22 Cal 2 Speedometer Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-24

NOTE:This manual shows all the Monitor display screens that are available. Depending on your type of engine, not all these screens will apply. System Tach and Speedometer are compatible with: 2002 model year Mercury Outboard models that are designed for use with SmartCraft. MerCruiser model 8.1/496

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System Tach and Speedometer


SYSTEM TACH & SPEED

3-0


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER Tachometer 3 2 1 0

Speedometer

4

30

5

20 6 7

40

50 60

10

70

0

80

Basic Operation and Features Power up: Each gauge will power up when the ignition is turned on. Gauges will stay on as long as the ignition is on. Lights: The brightness and contrast are adjustable.

Troll Control: Allows the operator to set and control the idle speed of the engine for trolling without using the throttle. Engine Guardian System: Monitors the critical sensors on the engine for any early indications of problems. The system will respond to a problem by reducing engine speed in order to maintain a safe operating condition. Warning System: The system will sound the warning horn and display the warning message.

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Buttons: The MODE button is used for selecting information screens. The “+” and “–” buttons are used for setting engine speed during troll control and setting gauge calibrations.


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER Basic Operation and Features

SYSTEM TACH & SPEED

Digital Display Screen: Displays the following engine information. Tachometer Display Screen:

Speedometer Display Screen:

DEPENDING ON ENGINE TYPE

DEPENDING ON ENGINE TYPE

Engine Break–in Engine Temperature Oil Psi Trim and RPM Trim and Water Pressure Water Pressure Battery Voltage and Engine Hours Fuel Flow and Fuel Used RPM Depth

Speed Fuel Used COG/SOG – If GPS Input Distance and fuel to waypoint – if waypoint programmed into optional GPS Clock – Air/Sea Temp Inst. and Ave. Fuel Economy Trip Odometer Fuel Tank Levels Oil Tank Levels Fresh Water Tank2 or Level(s) Waste Water Level(s) or Dual Engine Trim and RPM Synchronizer – Fuel Range Fuel Economy Trip Odometer

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SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER Auto-Detection Engine Function On first time power up of gauge or after a “Master Reset”, gauge will show “Auto detect”. Upon pressing the mode button, gauge will automatically determine engine type. This will preset the data monitoring screens accordingly. The intention is to make initial setup easier. If gauge shows a warning of “No Starboard Engine” or “Multiple Starboard Engines”, engine will need to be properly selected (Port and Stbd) using a Mercury engine diagnostic tool. “Master Reset” and “Auto detect” again. (Refer to “Master Reset”). System tach and speed come standard with the “Engine Auto– detection Screen” this screen lets the gauge on its initial power up automatically detect which engine type you are using and preconfigure the gauge to match that vessel type.

Master Reset

IMPORTANT: Performing a master reset will reset the unit back to all factory defaults, thus eliminating any installation calibrations performed during set up of product. – + By pressing TROLL and TROLL simultaneously for approximately 10 seconds (Until the graphic bars “collide”). You will be able to restore the unit back to factory presets.

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You can return the gauge back to factory presets through the Master Reset command.


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER Speedometer

1 30

2

20 10 0

3

40 50 60 70 80

4 5 Continued Next Page

Speedometer Display Screens

SYSTEM TACH & SPEED

NOT ALL SCREENS MAY APPLY TO YOUR ENGINE TYPE. When the ignition is turned on, the speedometer will show the last screen that was displayed before the ignition was turned off. Press MODE to change display screens. You can revert back to the previous screen by pressing and holding MODE for 2 seconds. This will reverse the display rotation. NOTE:Readings can be displayed in English (U.S.) or Metric. Refer to Calibrations. NOTE:Descriptions are not necessarily in order on the gauge. Order changes depending on engine type. 1. Clock - Temp – Clock, air temperature and water temperature. The air and water temperature sensors will have to be connected to obtain display readings. 2. Fuel Level – Displays the amount of fuel remaining. 3. Oil Level – Displays the amount of engine oil remaining, or water/waste tank level (if attached). 4. RPM Synchronizer – Dual Engines Only – Monitors the revolutions of both engines. 5. Trim Synchronizer – Dual Engines Only – Displays the trim position of both engines. Simplifies keeping trim levels equal. 3-4


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER Speedometer

6 30 20

7

10 0

40 50 60 70 80

8 9

6. Range – The estimated range is based on boat speed, fuel consumption and fuel remaining in the tank. The numbers displayed indicates an estimate of the distance you can travel with the remaining fuel. Speed input required (Paddle Wheel, Pitot Pressure or GPS). 7. Fuel Economy – The display shows average “AVG” fuel consumption as well as Instantaneous “INST” fuel economy. The numbers displayed indicate miles per gallon “MPG” or kilometer per liter “KM/L”. Fuel Reset – To reset, select the display screen and press MODE and TROLL – buttons. 8. Trip Odometer – Tells how far you’ve gone since you last reset the gauge to zero. Trip Reset – To reset, select the display screen and – press MODE and TROLL buttons. 9. Digital Speedometer – Can display boat speed in miles per hour, kilometer per hour, or nautical miles per hour. The speedometer will use the paddle wheel for its low speed readings but will switch to the speedo or GPS (if connected) for high speed readings. (Transition point setting is described in Cal2).

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Speedometer Display Screens


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER Tachometer

1

3 2 ENG

2

°F

1 0

4 5 6 7

3 PSI

4 5

WATER PSI

Continued Next Page

Tachometer Display Screens SYSTEM TACH & SPEED

NOT ALL SCREENS MAY APPLY TO YOUR ENGINE TYPE. When the ignition is turned on, the tachometer will display the last screen that was displayed before the ignition was turned off. Press MODE to change display screens. You can revert back to the previous screen by pressing and holding MODE for 2 seconds. This will reverse the display rotation. NOTE:Readings can be displayed in English (U.S.) or Metric. Refer to Calibration. 1. Engine Break-in – Displays time remaining on the break-in period of a new engine. This screen will automatically disappear after the break-in period is complete. 2. Temperature – Displays engine coolant temperature. 3. Power Trim Angle – Displays trim angle of the outboard or sterndrive up to the maximum trim angle, and then displays the trailer angle. 0 = down, 10 = maximum trim, and 25 = full trailer. 4. Power Trim Angle - Water Pressure – Displays trim angle of the engine and cooling system water pressure. 5. Water Pressure - Displays cooling system water pressure at the engine. 3-6


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER Tachometer

6

OIL PSI

3 2

7

VOLT

HRS

13.6

22.3

8 2.4 9

1 0

USED

FUEL

4 5 6 7

22.0

3200 DEPTH FEET

Tachometer Display Screens 7. Battery Voltage – Displays voltage level (condition) of battery. Also records the running time of engine. 8. Fuel Flow – Displays engine fuel use in gallons per hour or liters per hours. 9. Digital Tachometer – Displays engine speed in Revolutions Per Minute (RPM). 10. Water Depth – Displays the depth of water under the transducer if connected. The water depth screen can be turned on or off in CAL 1 Calibration. You can set an alarm to trigger whenever the boat moves into water shallower than the alarm level. Refer to CAL 2 Calibration for water depth alarm and offset settings. NOTE:You must have a depth transducer (purchased separately) connected to the system in order for this screen to operate.

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6. Oil Pressure – Displays engine oil pressure in units of Psi or Bar.


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER Speedometer

Tachometer 3

4 5

2

6

1

7

0

TROLL –

0

TROLL –

TROLL +

Actual Speed

Set Speed

a

Actual Speed

80

TROLL +

Set Speed

TR

Troll Control

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Basic Operation NOTE:Troll control may not be available on all engine models. With troll control you can maintain a trolling speed of 550 to1000 rpm without using the throttle. NOTE:Troll control min/max range may change depending on engine type. You can set the troll control by using either the tachometer or speedometer. Tachometer will set the speed in RPM and speedometer will set the speed in MPH, Kph or KN. You can shut off troll control anytime by pushing the MODE button when in the troll display screen or by moving the throttle. If you have troll control set at a desired speed and then you shut off the troll control, the system remembers the set speed and will return to that speed when re-engaged. The display screen will revert back to the previous screen after 10 sec+ – or TROLL button to reactivate the onds of no activity. Push the TROLL display screen. When the troll control is engaged and you are out of the troll control screen, a flashing signal “TR” (a) will appear in the upper left corner of the display to indicate troll control is still running. 3-8


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER Tachometer 3 2

4

Speedometer

5 6

1 0

7

0

TROLL –

TROLL +

Actual Speed

80

TROLL –

Set Speed

Actual Speed

a

TROLL +

Set Speed

b

Troll Control To Set Troll Control

2. Push in the play screen.

TROLL +

or

TROLL –

button to bring up the troll control dis-

3. Press MODE to engage (turn on) the troll control. TROLL + – 4. Use the TROLL buttons to set the desired speed. Use (+) to increase speed and (–) to decrease speed.

5. If you set troll control to a higher speed than the troll rpm can bring the boat to, the TARGET SPEED TOO FAST (a) message will appear. Reduce troll speed. 6. If you set troll control to a slower speed than the troll rpm can bring the boat to, the TARGET SPEED TOO SLOW (b) message will appear. Increase troll speed. To Get Out of Troll Control There are three ways to turn off the troll control:

• Press the

MODE

button when in the troll display screen.

• Move the throttle to a different speed. • Shift engine into neutral. 3-9

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1. With the engine running, shift engine into gear. Set engine speed at idle.


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER 3 2

4 5

1

6

0

7

b

0

80

a

c

2

Warning System

SYSTEM TACH & SPEED

Alarms Warnings – When a problem is detected, the name of the offending alarm appears on the display (a). If problem can cause immediate engine damage, the Engine Guardian System (b) will respond to the problem by limiting engine power. Immediately reduce throttle speed to idle and refer to the warning messages on the following pages. Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for further explanation of the problem and the correct action to take. The alarm message will stay displayed until the mode button is pressed. If there are multiple alarms, these will cycle on the display at five-second intervals. If the mode button is pressed to a different screen, the flashing alarm signal “AL” (c) will appear in the upper right corner to indicate there still is a problem.

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SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER Warning Display Screens When a problem is detected with the engine, the warning display screens will alert the operator to the potential problem. Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for explanation of the problem and the correct action to take. WARNING DISPLAY SCREENS TACHOMETER SPEEDOMETER DISPLAY DISPLAY

BATTERY

F

ENGINE DATA BUS

F

FAULT – HORN

F

FAULT – IGNITION

F

FAULT – INJECTOR

F

FAULT – OIL PUMP

F

FAULT – SENSOR

F

FAULT – WATER TEMP

F

LOW FUEL

F

LOW OIL

F

OIL TEMP

F

OIL PSI

F

OVERHEAT

F

OVER SPEED

F

PRESSURE

F

RESERVE OIL

F

WATER IN FUEL

F

MAP

F

MAT

F

TPS

F

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PROBLEM


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER 1 2

3

5

4

2

5 6

1 0

7

6

3

7

4

8

Warning Display Screens IMPORTANT: Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for further explanation of the problem and the correct action to take. 1. OVERHEAT – The engine has overheated.

SYSTEM TACH & SPEED

2. PRESSURE – There is insufficient water pressure in the cooling system. 3. OVERSPEED – Engine speed exceeded the maximum allowable RPM. 4. WATER IN FUEL – Water in the water-separating fuel filter reached the full level. 5. FAULT-HORN – Warning horn is not functioning correctly. 6. RESERVE OIL LOW – 2 STROKE OUTBOARD ONLY – Oil level is critically low in the engine mounted oil reservoir tank. 7. FAULT-OIL PUMP – Oil pump has stopped functioning electrically. No lubricating oil is being supplied to the engine. 8. FAULT-INJECTOR – One or more of the fuel injectors have stop functioning electrically.

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SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER 13

9

3

4

2

10

5 6

1 0

no starboard engine

14

7

11

Multiple Starboard Engine

15 16

12 Warning Display Screens

9. FAULT-IGNITION – A problem has developed in the ignition system.

11. ENGINE DATA BUS – The data communication link between the tachometer and engine is not connected. 12. FAULT-SENSOR – One of the sensors is not functioning correctly. 13. FAULT-WATER TEMP – The sensor for measuring outside lake/ sea water temperature is not functioning correctly. 14. NO STARBOARD ENGINE – Informs you that the Instrument does not see the starboard engine computer. Usually indicates that no data is being transferred from the engine’s computer to the gauge. (Check wiring, also make sure both terminator resistors are installed in the bus). Make sure both ECM’s are not configured for port location using a DDT or Quicksilver Diagnostic Tool. 15. MULTIPLE STARBOARD ENGINE – SmartCraft Gauges are recognizing multiple engines as starboard. In multiple engine applications, each engine must first be assigned a position (starboard, port, starboard2 or port2) with a Quicksilver Diagnostic Tool before the system will function properly. If you have a dual engine application, you must first program the port engine with a Quicksilver Diagnostic Tool. 16. OIL TEMPERATURE – Engine oil is overheating.

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10. BATTERY – The electrical system is not charging or the battery charge is low.


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER 3

4

2

17

5 6

1 0

18 19

E

E

20

7

F

21

F

22

Warning Display Screens

SYSTEM TACH & SPEED

17. OIL PRESSURE – There is insufficient oil pressure. 18. LOW FUEL LEVEL – This message serves as a warning that the fuel level in the fuel tank is critically low. You should stop for fuel immediately to avoid running out. 19. LOW OIL LEVEL – OUTBOARD 2 STROKE ONLY – oil level in the remote oil tank is low. You should stop and refill the oil tank immediately to avoid running out. 20. FAULT-MAP – Engine problem occurred. Have the engine checked by your dealer. 21. FAULT-MAT – Engine problem occurred. Have the engine checked by your dealer. 22. FAULT-TPS – Engine problem occurred. Have the engine checked by your dealer.

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SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER Quick Cal Calibration Quick Cal – This calibration is for setting lighting and contrast. TROLL +

1. Press in the MODE and to Quick Cal screen.

buttons for up to 2 seconds to get

2. Press MODE to advance through the calibration selections.

CAL 1 Tachometer Calibration Cal 1 – This calibration level lets you turn on and off the system screens. You may configure the system to display as little or as much information as you prefer. + 1. Press in the MODE and TROLL buttons and hold for approximately 7 seconds until you see the Cal 1 screen.

REMOTE SCREENS? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

REMOTE LCD LIGHT? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

REMOTE LCD CONTRAST? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

[SAVE]

NOTE: all tach will need to have this screen turned to “Yes” for this function to work.

If yes is selected, then lighting levels made on this SC1000 tach will effect any other SC1000 tach in the system. NOTE: all tach will need to have this screen turned to “Yes” for this function to work.

If yes is selected, then contrast levels made on this SC1000 tach will effect any other SC1000 tach in the system. NOTE: all tach will need to have this screen turned to “Yes” for this function to work.

TRIM POPUP? [NO]

If yes is selected, then screen changes made on this SC1000 tach will effect any other SC1000 tach in the system.

[YES]

Do you want power trim display screen to pop up momentarily when you trim the engine?

(continued on next page)

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2. Press MODE to advance through the calibration selections.


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER CAL 1 Tachometer Calibration TRIM CALIBRATION [SKIP]

Choosing edit allows you to calibrate the gauge to the standard 0–10 unit trim and 11–25 trailer position scale.

[EDIT]

TRIM FULL DOWN THEN PRESS PLUS BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

TRIM FULL UP THEN PRESS PLUS BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

TRIM TO TRAILER POINT THEN PRESS PLUS BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

SYSTEM TACH & SPEED

DISPLAY UNITS

Lets you change units of measure between English (standard) or Metric. [DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

[UP]

Lets you select speed units. You can choose from MPH (Miles Per Hour), KN (Nautical Miles Per Hour) or KMH (Kilometers Per Hour).

[YES]

Do you want to turn on the depth screen? (Remember: You must have a Smart Craft depth transducer connected to the system for this screen to operate)

SPEED UNITS

[DOWN]

[SAVE]

DEPTH SCREEN?

[NO]

[SAVE]

ENGINE TEMP SCREEN?

Do you want to turn on the engine temp screen? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

(continued on next page)

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SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER CAL 1 Tachometer Calibration OIL TEMP SCREEN?

Do you want to turn on the oil temp screen? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

OIL PRESS SCREEN?

Do you want to turn on the oil pressure screen? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

TRIM AND PSI SCREEN?

Do you want to turn on the trim and water pressure split screen? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

WATER PSI SCREEN?

Do you want to turn on the water pressure screen? [SAVE]

[YES]

TRIM AND RPM SCREEN?

Do you want to turn on the trim and RPM split screen? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

RPM SCREEN?

Do you want to turn on the digital RPM screen? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

SIMULATOR MODE?

[NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

Do you want to turn on a simulation mode? (used for demonstration purposes).

EXIT?

Do you want to exit calibration? Or jump straight into calibration level 2? [NO]

[SAVE]

[CAL2]

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[NO]


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER CAL 2 Tachometer Calibration CAL 2 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; This calibration level lets you configure the system sensor inputs. + buttons and hold for approximately 1. Press in the MODE and TROLL 10 seconds for calibration2 (Cal2) screen.

2. Press MODE to advance through the calibration selections. EXTERNAL SENSORS

This section lets you enable or disable the following external sensor inputs. [SKIP]

[EDIT]

PITOT SENSOR?

Is the boat equipped with a pitot sensor to measure boat speed? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

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PADDLE SENSOR?

Is the boat equipped with a paddle wheel to measure boat speed? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

TRIM SENSOR?

Is the boat equipped with a trim sensor? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

SEA TEMP?

Is the boat equipped with a water temperature sensor? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

INVERT STEERING

[NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

Is steering angle showing up on the link gauge opposite the direction that it should be? If it is then this feature will reverse the signal so it is displayed properly.

(continued on next page)

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SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER CAL 2 Tachometer Calibration SPEED OPTION

This section lets you configure the following speed sensors. [EDIT]

PITOT SENSOR?

[NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

PITOT SENSOR MULTIPLIER

[DOWN]

[SAVE]

Adjust the pitot pressure sensor for correcting display readings that are to high/low.

[UP]

PADDLE SENSOR PULSE FACTOR [DOWN]

[SAVE]

Adjust paddle wheel frequency for display readings that are to high/low. [UP]

PADDLE TO PITOT TRANSITION

[DOWN]

[SAVE]

Select pitot transducer type. You can choose 100 or 200 PSI. (100 PSI is the most common)

[UP]

Set the speed at which the gauge stops looking at the paddle wheel and starts using pitot to measure boat speed.

(continued on next page)

There are three methods for calibrating fuel tank level monitoring feature: First: Do nothing. Linear readout based on raw sensor values. This mode does not factor in irregular tank shapes. Second: By following the tank calibration procedure described on next page, but without actually adding fuel. System Tach will supply an estimated range value based on linear interpolation of the sensor range values. This mode does not factor in irregular tank shapes. Third: By following the tank calibration procedure described on next page completely, which means adding fuel at each calibration point. System Tach will display an estimated range value that factors in the tank shape. 3-19

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[SKIP]


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER CAL 2 Tachometer Calibration FUEL TANK CAPACITY

[DOWN]

[SAVE]

Lets you enter the capacity of your boats fuel tank. This option is the same for tank 1 as it is for tank 2.

[UP]

CALIBRATION FUEL TANK

[SKIP]

[EDIT]

[SAVE]

You can choose to have an empty tank and hit SAVE, or hit DFLT and a default value will be entered based on the capacity of the tank.

[SAVE]

You can choose to have tank at 1/4 and hit SAVE, or hit DFLT and a default value will be entered based on the capacity of the tank.

[SAVE]

You can choose to have tank at 1/2 and hit SAVE, or hit DFLT and a default value will be entered based on the capacity of the tank.

[SAVE]

You can choose to have tank at 3/4 and hit SAVE, or hit DFLT and a default value will be entered based on the capacity of the tank.

[SAVE]

You can choose to have tank at full and hit SAVE, or hit DFLT and a default value will be entered based on the capacity of the tank.

EMPTY TANK THEN PRESS PLUS BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

FILL TO 1/4 THEN PRESS PLUS BUTTON

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[DFLT]

[SKIP]

FILL TO 1/2 THEN PRESS PLUS BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

FILL TO 3/4 THEN PRESS PLUS BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

FILL TO FULL THEN PRESS PLUS BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

Lets you enter the mode where you can calibrate your fuel tank. Fuel tank calibration procedure is the same for tank 1 as it is for tank 2.

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[DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

Lets you enter a depth value. When the depth transducer reads that value or below, the shallow water alarm will sound.

DEPTH ALARM

[DOWN]

[SAVE]

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[UP]

Lets you electronically configure a depth offset. Entering a negative number gives you a water line offset. A positive number gives you a keel offset.

DEPTH SENSOR OFFSET

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SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER Quick Cal Calibration Quick Cal – This calibration is for setting lighting and contrast. TROLL +

1. Press in the MODE and to Quick Cal screen.

buttons for up to 2 seconds to get

2. Press MODE to advance through the calibration selections.

CAL 1 Speedometer Calibration Cal 1 – This calibration level lets you turn on and off the system screens. You may configure the system to display as little or as much information as you prefer. + 1. Press in the MODE and TROLL buttons and hold for approximately 7 seconds until you see the Cal 1 screen.

2. Press MODE to advance through the calibration selections.

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REMOTE LCD LIGHT?

[NO]

[YES]

[SAVE]

REMOTE LCD CONTRAST?

[NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

Enables you to set the lighting levels on all the SC1000 simultaneously from this gauge.

Enables you to control the contrast from another System TACH/Speed simultaneously from this gauge.

TIME

Allows you to set the time. [NO]

[SKIP]

[EDIT]

TIME FORMAT

Choose between a 12 hour and 24 hour format. [DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

USE GPS TIME?

[DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

If you have a GPS connected this feature enables the gauge to let the GPS update the gauges internal clock.

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SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER CAL 1 Speedometer Calibration Adjust the gauges internal clock to match your local time. First set the hours then press MODE button to set the minutes.

CALIBRATION HOUR 12:00 AM [DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

DISPLAY UNITS

Lets you change units of measurement between English (standard) or Metric. [UP]

[SAVE]

Lets you select the units at which speed is displayed. You can choose from MPH (Miles Per Hour), KTS (Knots), or KMH (Kilometers Per Hour).

SPEED UNITS

[DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

TO WAYPOINT SCREEN?

[NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

SIMULATOR MODE?

[NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

EXIT? [NO]

[YES]

If you have a GPS connected you can turn on the screen that shows your distance and fuel to a waypoint.

Do you want to turn on a simulation mode? (Used for demonstration purposes).

Do you want to exit calibration? Or jump straight into calibration level 2? [CAL2]

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[DOWN]


SYSTEM TACH & SPEEDOMETER CAL 2 Speedometer Calibration CAL 2 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; This calibration level lets you configure the system sensor inputs. + buttons and hold for approximately 1. Press in the MODE and TROLL 10 seconds for calibration2 (Cal2) screen.

2. Press MODE to advance through the calibration selections. EXTERNAL SENSORS

This lets you enable or disable external sensor inputs. [SKIP]

[EDIT]

AIR TEMP?

Are you using a air temp. sensor? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

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GPS?

Do you have a GPS sensor installed? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

USE GPS SPEED?

Use the GPS input to drive the speed display? [NO]

[SAVE]

[YES]

WATER TEMPERATURE ADJUST [DOWN]

[SAVE]

Adjust water temp. transducer to match actual sea water temperature. [UP]

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Part 4 Smart Tach and Speedometer

NOTE:This manual shows all the Monitor display screens that are available. Depending on your type of engine, not all these screens will apply. Smart Tach and Speedometer are compatible with: 2001 model year and newer Mercury Outboard models that are designed for use with SmartCraft.

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Basic Operation and Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 Speedometer Display Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2 Tachometer Display Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4 Troll Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6 Warning System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8 Warning Display Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9 Tachometer Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12 Speedometer Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-17


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Basic Operation and Features Power up: Each gauge will power up when the ignition is turned on. Gauges will stay on as long as the ignition is on. Lights: The brightness and contrast are adjustable. Buttons: The MODE button is used for selecting information screens. The + and â&#x20AC;&#x201C; buttons are used for setting engine speed during troll control and setting gauge calibrations. Troll Control: Allows the operator to set and control the idle speed of the engine for trolling without using the throttle. Engine Guardian System: Monitors the critical sensors on the engine for any early indications of problems. The system will respond to a problem by reducing engine speed in order to maintain a safe operating condition.

Tachometer Display Screen: Digital Tachometer Hour Meter Power Trim Angle Fuel Flow Engine Temperature Battery Voltage Water Pressure

Speedometer Display Screen: Clock and Temperature Fuel Tank Level(s) Oil Tank Level(s) Fuel Economy Fuel Range Trip Odometer Digital Speedometer Barometer Reading

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Warning System: The system will sound the warning horn and display the warning message.


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Speedometer

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Speedometer Displays When the ignition is turned on, the speedometer will show the last screen that was displayed before the ignition was turned off. Press MODE to change display screens. You can revert back to the previous screen by pressing and holding MODE for 2 seconds. This will reverse the display rotation. NOTE:Readings can be displayed in English (U.S.) or Metric. Refer to Calibrations. 1. Clock - Temp – Clock, air temperature and water temperature. The air and water temperature sensors will have to be connected to obtain display readings.

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2. Fuel Level – Displays the amount of fuel remaining. 3. Oil Level – Displays the amount of engine oil remaining. 4. RPM Synchronizer – Dual Engines – Monitors the revolutions of both engines. Allows throttle adjustments to keep each running uniformly. 5. Trim Synchronizer – Dual Engines – Displays the trim position of both engines. Simplifies keeping trim levels equal.

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Speedometer Displays 6. Traveling Range – The estimated traveling range is based on current fuel consumption and fuel remaining in the tank. The numbers displayed indicates an estimate of the distance you can travel with the remaining fuel. 7. Fuel Economy – The display shows average “AVG” fuel consumption as well as Instantaneous “INST” fuel economy. The numbers displayed indicate miles per gallon “MPG” or kilometer per liter “KM/L”. Reset – To reset, select the display screen and – press MODE and TROLL buttons.

9. Digital Speedometer – Can display boat speed in miles per hour, kilometer per hour, or knots. The digital speedometer will continue to increase even if needle is at maximum. The speedometer will use the paddle wheel for its low speed readings but will switch to the speedo or GPS (if connected) for high speed readings. 10. Barometer – Shows the barometric pressure reading only at the time the ignition was turned on.

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8. Trip Odometer – Tells how far you’ve gone since you last set the gauge to zero. Trip Reset – To reset, select the display screen and – press MODE and TROLL buttons.


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Tachometer Displays When the ignition is turned on, the tachometer will display the last screen that was displayed before the ignition was turned off. Press MODE to change display screens. You can revert back to the previous screen by pressing and holding MODE for 2 seconds. This will reverse the display rotation. NOTE:Readings can be displayed in English (U.S.) or Metric. Refer to Calibration.

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1. Engine Break-in – Displays time remaining on the break-in period of a new engine. This screen will automatically disappear after the break-in period is complete. 2. Power Trim Angle - Water Pressure – Displays trim angle of the outboard and cooling system water pressure. 3. Fuel Flow – Displays engine fuel use in gallons per hour or liters per hours. 4. Temperature – Displays engine coolant temperature from Cold to Hot. 5. Battery Voltage – Displays voltage level (condition) of battery.

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Tachometer Displays 6. Water Pressure: Displays cooling system water pressure at the engine. 7. Power Trim Angle: Displays trim angle of the outboard up to the maximum trim angle, and then displays the trailer angle. 0 = down, 10 = full trim, and 25 = full trailer. 8. Digital Tachometer: Displays engine speed in Revolutions Per Minute (RPM).

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9. Hour Meter: Records the running time of the engine.

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Tachometer

TROLL –

Speedometer

TROLL –

TROLL +

Actual Speed

a

Actual Speed

Set Speed

TROLL +

Set Speed

TR

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Troll Control Basic Operation With troll control you can maintain a trolling speed of 550 to1000 rpm without using the throttle. See NOTE: following. NOTE:Avoid using a very low rpm trolling speed for an extended period of time. Doing so could result in a low-battery voltage condition. You can set the troll control by using either the tachometer or speedometer. Tachometer will set the speed in RPM and speedometer will set the speed in MPH.

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You can shut off troll control anytime by pushing the MODE button when in the troll display screen or moving the throttle. If you have troll control set at a desired speed and then you shut off the troll control, the system remembers the set speed and will return to that speed when re-engaged. The display screen will revert back to the previous screen after 10 + – or TROLL button to reactivate seconds of no activity. Push the TROLL the display screen. When the troll control is engaged and you are out of the troll control screen, a flashing signal “TR” (a) will appear in the upper left corner of the display to indicate troll control is still running. 4-6


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TROLL –

Actual Speed

Speedometer

TROLL –

TROLL +

Set Speed

Actual Speed

a

TROLL +

Set Speed

b

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Troll Control To Set Troll Control 1. With the engine running, shift outboard into gear. Set engine speed at idle. + 2. Push in the TROLL display screen.

or

TROLL –

button to bring up the troll control

3. Press MODE to engage (turn on) the troll control. TROLL + – buttons to set the desired speed. Use (+) 4. Use the TROLL to increase speed and (–) to decrease speed.

6. If you set troll control to a slower speed than the troll rpm can bring the boat to, the TARGET SPEED TOO SLOW (b) message will appear. Increase troll speed. To Get Out of Troll Control There are three ways to turn off the troll control:

• Press the MODE button when in the troll display screen. • Move the throttle to a different speed. • Shift outboard into neutral. 4-7

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5. If you set troll control to a higher speed than the troll rpm can bring the boat to, the TARGET SPEED TOO FAST (a) message will appear. Reduce troll speed.


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4 5

1

6

0

7

b

0

80

a

c

2

Warning System Alarms Warnings – When a problem is detected, the name of the offending alarm appears on the display (a). If problem can cause immediate engine damage, the Engine Guardian System (b) will respond to the problem by limiting engine power. Immediately reduce throttle speed to idle and refer to the warning messages on the following pages. Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for further explanation of the problem and the correct action to take. The alarm message will stay displayed until the mode button is pressed. If there are multiple alarms, these will cycle on the display at five-second intervals.

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If the mode button is pressed to a different screen, the flashing alarm signal “AL” (c) will appear in the upper right corner to indicate there still is a problem.

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SMART TACH & SPEEDOMETER Warning Display Screens When a problem is detected with the engine, the warning display screens will alert the operator to the potential problem. Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for explanation of the problem and the correct action to take. WARNING DISPLAY SCREENS PROBLEM

TACHOMETER SPEEDOMETER DISPLAY DISPLAY

BATTERY

F

ENGINE DATA BUS

F

FAULT – HORN

F

FAULT – IGNITION

F

FAULT – INJECTOR

F

FAULT – OIL PUMP

F

FAULT – SENSOR

F

FAULT – WATER TEMP

F F

LOW OIL

F

OVERHEAT

F

OVER SPEED

F

PRESSURE

F

RESERVE OIL

F

UNIT MISMATCH (MULTI ENGINE)

F

WATER IN FUEL

F

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LOW FUEL

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3

5

4

2

5 6

1 0

7

6

3

7

4

8

Warning Display Screens IMPORTANT: Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for further explanation of the problem and the correct action to take. 1. OVERHEAT – The engine has overheated. 2. PRESSURE – There is insufficient water pressure in the cooling system. 3. OVERSPEED – Engine speed exceeded the maximum allowable RPM. 4. WATER IN FUEL – Water in the water-separating fuel filter reached the full level. 5. FAULT-HORN – Warning horn is not functioning correctly.

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6. RESERVE OIL LOW – 2 STROKE OUTBOARD ONlY – Oil level is critically low in the engine mounted oil reservoir tank. 7. FAULT-OIL PUMP – Oil pump has stopped functioning electrically. No lubricating oil is being supplied to the engine. 8. FAULT-INJECTOR – One or more of the fuel injectors have stop functioning electrically.

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3

10

13

4

2

5 6

1 0

14

7

11

15

12

16

Warning Display Screens IMPORTANT: Refer to the Engine Operation, Maintenance Manual for further explanation of the problem and the correct action to take. 9. FAULT-IGNITION – A problem has developed in the ignition system. 10. BATTERY – The electrical system is not charging or the battery charge is low. 11. ENGINE DATA BUS – The data communication link between the tachometer and engine is not connected.

14. UNIT MISMATCH – (Multi Engines) This message tells you that the tachometers are not calibrated alike. For example, this could happen if one tachometer reading is English and the other is in Metric. Re-calibrate the tachometers. 15. LOW FUEL LEVEL – This message serves as a warning that the fuel level in the fuel tank is critically low. You should stop for fuel immediately to avoid running out. 16. LOW OIL LEVEL – OUTBOARD 2 STROKE ONLY – oil level in the remote oil tank is low. You should stop and refill the oil tank immediately to avoid running out.an

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12. FAULT-SENSOR – One of the sensors is not functioning correctly. 13. FAULT-WATER TEMP – The sensor for measuring outside lake/ sea water temperature is not functioning correctly.


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Tachometer Calibration NOTE:When calibrating multi tachometers (multi engines) turn ignition on for all the tachometers. Simple Calibration – This calibration for setting lighting and a few other common screens can be made while engine is running. TROLL +

1. Press in the MODE and

buttons for calibration screen.

2. Press MODE to advance through the calibration selections. Advanced Calibration – This calibration goes through all mode selections. 1. Turn ignition key to the off position. TROLL +

2. Hold

TROLL –

and turn ignition on.

3. Press and hold MODE for 2 seconds to bring up the calibration screen. 4. Press MODE to advance through the calibration selections. Press – or + to adjust level. Press MODE to save setting

CALIBRATION BRIGHTNESS [SAVE]

[DOWN]

[UP]

CALIBRATION BRIGHTNESS SET ALL INSTRUMENTS? [ NO ]

[ YES ]

Press – or + to adjust level. Press MODE to save setting

CALIBRATION CONTRAST

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[DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

CALIBRATION CONTRAST SET ALL INSTRUMENTS? [ YES ]

[ NO ]

CALIBRATION CONTROL OPTIONS REMOTE SCREEN ? YES – NO [DOWN]

[SAVE]

Do you want the same brightness level for all SmartCraft gauges? Press + for yes. Press MODE for no.

[UP]

Do you want the same contrast level for all SmartCraft gauges? Press + for yes. Press MODE for no. Multi Engine – Do you want tachometer display screens to advance together? Press + or – to select. Press MODE to save.

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Tachometer Calibration Do you want power trim angle display screen to pop up whenever you trim the outboard ? Press + or – to select. Press MODE to save.

CALIBRATION CONTROL OPTIONS TRIM POP UP ? YES – NO [SAVE]

[UP]

CALIBRATION ENGINE POSITION SINGLE-PORT-CENTER-STARBOARD [DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

Select display readings in English or Metric. Press + or – to select Press MODE to save.

CALIBRATION DISPLAY UNITS ENGLISH - METRIC [DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

Display boat speed in KN (knots), KPH (kilometers per hour), MPH (miles per hour). Press + or – to select setting. Press MODE to save.

CALIBRATION SPEED UNITS KN - KPH - MPH [DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

CALIBRATION EXTERNAL SENSORS [SKIP]

[EDIT]

CALIBRATION EXTERNAL SENSORS SPEEDO SENSOR ? YES/NO [DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

CALIBRATION EXTERNAL SENSORS PADDLE WHEEL SENSOR ? YES/NO [DOWN]

[SAVE]

Match tachometer to the correct engine. Press + to select engine. Press MODE to save.

Press MODE to skip to the next display. Press + (edit) if your adding or deleting any external sensor to the SmartCraft System. Editing External Sensors Chose Yes or No for each sensor No = not used Yes = in use Press + or – for correct setting Press MODE to save and advance to next sensor

[UP]

CALIBRATION EXTERNAL SENSORS WATER TEMP SENSOR ? YES/NO [DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

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Tachometer Calibration Add the capacity of the fuel tank. Press + or – to select. Press MODE to save.

CALIBRATION FUEL TANK CAPACITY CAPACITY = XX.XX [DOWN]

[UP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATION FUEL TANK CALIBRATION [SKIP]

[EDIT]

CALIBRATING EMPTY TANK THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATING 1/4 VALUE FILL TO X.X G. THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATING 1/2 VALUE FILL TO X.X G. THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

This calibration accurately adjusts the fuel level sending unit in the fuel tank. NOTE: If the fuel tank is not calibrated, fuel range cannot be displayed Press MODE to skip to the next display. Press + (edit) to calibrate the fuel tank. Pressing DFLT (default) during edit will return to original value setting Calibrate the fuel tank as follows: 1. Empty the fuel tank, Press + to save 2. Fill tank to 1/4 full, Press + to save. 3. Fill tank to 1/2 full, Press + to save 4. Fill tank to 3/4 full, Press + to save. 5. Fill tank to full, Press + to save. The fuel tank is now calibrated

[SAVE]

CALIBRATING 3/4 VALUE FILL TO X.X G. THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON

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[DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATING FULL FILL TANK TO FULL THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

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Tachometer Calibration Add the capacity of the oil tank. Press + or – to select. Press MODE to save.

CALIBRATION OIL TANK CAPACITY CAPACITY = XX.XX [DOWN]

[UP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATION OIL TANK CALIBRATION [SKIP]

[EDIT]

CALIBRATING EMPTY TANK THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATING 1/4 VALUE FILL TO X.X G. THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

This calibration accurately adjusts the oil level sending unit in the oil tank. Press MODE to skip to the next display. Press + (edit) to calibrate the oil tank. Pressing DFLT (default) during edit will return to original value setting Calibrate the oil tank as follows: 1. Empty the oil tank, Press + to save 2. Fill tank to 1/4 full, Press + to save. 3. Fill tank to 1/2 full, Press + to save 4. Fill tank to 3/4 full, Press + to save. 5. Fill tank to full, Press + to save. The oil tank is now calibrated

CALIBRATING 1/2 VALUE FILL TO X.X G. THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATING 3/4 VALUE FILL TO X.X G. THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON [SKIP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATING FULL FILL TANK TO FULL THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

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Tachometer Calibration CALIBRATION SPEED SENSORS [SKIP]

[EDIT]

CALIBRATION PITOT SENSOR MULTIPLIER 1.00 [DOWN]

[UP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATION PADDLE WHEEL SENSOR MULTIPLIER 1.00 [DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

CALIBRATION TRIM CALIBRATION [SKIP]

[EDIT]

CALIBRATION TRIM FULL UP THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATION TRIM TO TRAILER POINT THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON

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[DFLT]

[SKIP]

If the speedometer is not reading correctly, the speed sensors can be recalibrated to correct the setting. Press MODE to skip to the next display. Press + (edit) to calibrate the sensors. Increasing or decreasing the multiplier will increase or decrease the speed reading Press â&#x20AC;&#x201C; or + for changing setting. Press MODE to save.

[SAVE]

If the trim setting is not reading correctly, the trim sensor can be re-calibrated to correct the setting. Pressing DFLT (default) during edit will return to original value setting Press MODE to skip to the next display. Press + (edit) to calibrate the sensor. 1. Trim outboard full up, than Press + to save. 2. Trim outboard to the point where the trim cylinders takes over, than Press + to save. 3. Trim outboard full down, than Press + to save.

CALIBRATION TRIM FULL UP THEN PRESS PLUS (+) BUTTON [DFLT]

[SKIP]

[SAVE]

Do you want to exit the calibration mode? Press + for yes. Press MODE for no.

CALIBRATION

EXIT ? [ NO ]

[ YES ]

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Speedometer Calibration Simple Calibration – This calibration for setting lighting and setting the clock can be made while engine is running. 1. Press in the MODE and

TROLL +

buttons for calibration screen.

2. Press MODE to advance through the calibration selections. Advanced Calibration – This calibration goes through the entire mode selections. 1. Turn ignition key to the off position. 2. Hold

TROLL +

TROLL –

and turn ignition key to the on position.

3. Press and hold MODE for 2 seconds to bring up the calibration screen. 4. Press MODE to advance through the calibration selections. Press – or + to adjust level. Press MODE to save setting

CALIBRATION BRIGHTNESS [UP]

[SAVE]

Do you want the same brightness level for all SmartCraft gauges? Press + for yes. Press MODE for no.

CALIBRATION BRIGHTNESS SET ALL INSTRUMENTS? [ NO ]

[ YES ]

Press – or + to adjust level. Press MODE to save setting

CALIBRATION CONTRAST [DOWN]

[UP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATION CONTRAST SET ALL INSTRUMENTS? [ NO ]

Do you want the same contrast level for all SmartCraft gauges? Press + for yes. Press MODE for no.

[ YES ]

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Speedometer Calibration If the clock display is correct, press MODE to skip. To set or reset the clock Press +

CALIBRATION TIME [SKIP]

[EDIT]

CALIBRATION TIME FORMAT 12H – M,D,Y, or 24H – D,M,Y [DOWN]

[UP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATION NMEA ENABLE or DISABLE [DOWN]

[UP]

[SAVE]

CALIBRATION UTC ZONE UTC CORRECTION = X H [DOWN]

[UP]

[SAVE]

Select 12 hour or 24 hour clock set. Press – or + to select. Press MODE to save. Press – or + to enable or disable GPS time calibration. If a GPS navigation receiver is connected to the gauges, NMEA data will set the time automatically. Press MODE to save. Press – or + to add UTC correction. MODE to save. (Hour offset from universal time constant)

CALIBRATION HOUR

4:15 PM [DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

Press – or + to set the hour Press MODE to save.

[UP]

Press – or + to set the minute Press MODE to save.

CALIBRATION MINUTE

4:15 [SAVE]

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Speedometer Calibration CALIBRATION EXTERNAL SENSORS [SKIP]

[EDIT]

CALIBRATION EXTERNAL SENSORS AIR SENSOR SENSOR ? YES/NO [SAVE]

[UP]

CALIBRATION EXTERNAL SENSORS GPS CONNECTED ? YES/NO [DOWN]

[SAVE]

[UP]

Do you want to exit the calibration mode? Press + for yes. Press MODE for no.

CALIBRATION

EXIT ? [ NO ]

[ YES ]

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[DOWN]

Press MODE to skip to the next display. Press + (edit) if your adding or deleting any external sensor to the SmartCraft System. Editing External Sensors Chose Yes or No for each sensor No = not used Yes = in use Press + or – for correct setting Press MODE to save and advance to next sensor

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502-2 & 503-2 Instructions instructions marinco.com

Installing and Using the Precision Spotlight MODELS: SPL-12W, SPL-12B, SPL-12C Español................................. 8 Français .............................. 16

SPLR-2 (included) SPLR-1

SPLR-3

IMPORTANT! READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING AND USING THIS PRODUCT. The Marinco Precision spotlight uses a super bright 100 Watt, replaceable H3 Halogen bulb that produces a rich yet intense beam that can illuminate objects up to 1,000 ft away. It is IP56 Weatherproof rated for extreme enironments, with a UV weather resistant housing and fully enclosed tilt function driven by quiet motors that can withstand extreme temperatures (5°F to 113°F or -15°C to 45°C). It has been designed and tested to withstand the harsh marine environments including high humidity, salt water spray, shock, and vibration. Innovative construction allows for upside down mounting and reverse motion programming. Precision circuitry allows for remarkable aiming and tracking with two speed choices. The spotlight has a 30 minute shut-down timer. If the spotlight is left unattended for more than 30 minutes, the spotlight will turn off. The shut-down has no effect on the SOS function of the spotlight. The Precision remotes have glow in the dark buttons and include one touch Automatic Sweep and SOS options. The wireless remotes transmit a signal up too 200ft (60m). While the spotlight comes with a wireless bridge remote there are two more optional remotes: a wireless handheld remote w/lanyard (SPLR-1) and a hard wired bridge mount remote (SPLR-3).

Package Includes:

• Spotlight with 12 Volt bulb installed • Mounting bracket (no fasteners included) • Wireless Bridge Remote (SPLR-2)

• Instruction manual • Additional 24 Volt bulb** **(models SPL-12W, SPL-12B, SPL-12C only)


Precision Spotlight Instructions Required for Installation:

• Four (4) No. 10 stainless steel pan head screws for spotlight bracket (Length and type of screws to be determined by mounting surface) • Two (2) No. 6 stainless steel pan head screws (Length and type of screws to be determined by mounting surface) • Two (2) #16 AWG butt wire connectors ! WARNING IF THE APPLICATION IS 24 VOLTS, THE 12 VOLT BULB WILL NEED TO BE REPLACED WITH THE 24 VOLT BULB. TO REPLACE THE BULB REFER TO THE BULB REPLACEMENT SECTION. (PAGE 5).

Failure to use the appropriate bulb wattage will damage the spotlight. ! WARNING

BEFORE OPERATION REMOVE BLUE FILM FROM LENS. FAILURE TO REMOVE FILM WILL DAMAGE THE SPOTLIGHT.

Mounting and wiring of the Precision Spotlight

1. Select a flat surface to mount the spotlight. Make sure there are no obstructions around the spotlight that could interfere with the rotation (template included with light). Be sure you will have wiring access to the underside of the chosen location and that drilling holes will not damage existing wiring or structures. Avoid locations where lines, anchors and sails might entangle or damage the light. 2. Refer to the template for mounting and wire hole location. 3. While installing the mounting bracket make sure that the securing screw is opposite the direction that the light will be facing. Mark the mounting holes and center wire hole. Be sure that there is at least a 6" (145 mm) radius of clearance from the center hole. See dotted line on figure 1 (page 7). 4. Drill hole sizes appropriate for the type of screws or bolts being used. Note: the maximum bracket hole sizes are No. 10 screws. 5. Drill the appropriate hole size to accommodate the wires. This will depend on the type of wire being used. 6. The spotlight requires 12 or 24 volt power supplied through appropriate gauge wire. (Note: If the wired bridge remote version is used, then 2 additional wires will need to be routed from the remote to the spotlight.) ! WARNING CORRECT WIRE SIZE FOR THE RUN AND PROPER CIRCUIT PROTECTION NEEDS TO BE SELECTED BASED ON ABYC STANDARDS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW ABYC STANDARDS MIGHT LEAD TO SEVERE INJURY, DEATH OR DAMAGE TO VESSEL.

7. Mount the mounting bracket after applying a small amount of non silicone sealant to the area the screws or bolts penetrate the mounting surface. (Note: mounting bracket screw heads should not protrude more than 0.2" (5 mm) above mounting bracket.) 8. Connect wires to spotlight using butt connectors. Red wire is positive, Black wire is negative. ! WARNING POLARITY OF THE WIRES NEEDS TO BE CORRECT TO OPERATE THE SPOTLIGHT! FAILURE TO WIRE CORRECTLY WILL DAMAGE THE SPOTLIGHT SYSTEM!

9. Slide spotlight over mounting bracket making sure the wires are not pinched and the two holding tabs engage the light in the proper location. Align the securing screw hole in the back of the spotlight base with the securing screw hole in the mounting bracket. This will require a degree of pressure and effort as the mounting seal must be suitably compressed during this process. For easier alignment, slightly lift the back side of the 2


Precision Spotlight Instructions spotlight (containing the securing screw hole) while depressing the gasket on the front side of the spotlight (opposite the securing screw hole). Insert securing screw and ensure that it is fully engaged and secure. ! WARNING YOU MUST FEEL THE SCREW REACH A TWISTING TORQUE TO KNOW THAT IT IS PROPERLY ENGAGED

Note: In the photograph, the purple and yellow control wires are shown for the wired-remote. If a wireless bridge remote is used, then the purple and yellow leads are not necessary and can be tucked away within the spotlight base

Mounting the wired and wireless bridge remote

1. The remotes are all IP54 weather resistant. 2. Please choose a mounting location based on the gasket supplied with the remote (large hole should be towards top) 3. Drill holes the correct size for the mounting screws. The holes through the remotes are sized for a No. 6 pan head screw. The length and thread type will need to be determined by the application. Remove and set aside the 2 screw covers. 4. Drill hole for the wiring. Note that the hole needs to be 5/8" to allow the unit to sit flat. 5. If mounting the wireless bridge remote it will require a 12V or 24V power source. If mounting the hard wired bridge remote then it does not need a local power source and instead uses the purple and yellow wires connecting from the spotlight to the remote. These two wires will supply the remote with power and control the spotlight. The terminals on the remote can handle a 16 AWG to 26 AWG wire. Maximum torque on the terminals is 2.21 in lbs (.25 nm). 6. Feed wires through drilled surface hole and gasket from below. 7. For the wireless bridge remote attach the power source wires to the remote (+) positive and (-) negative terminals. For the hard wired bridge remote attach the 2 wires from the spotlight. The yellow wire needs to connect to the (+) positive and the purple wire needs to connect to the (–) negative. Maximum torque on the terminals is 2.21 in lbs (.25 nm) 8. Place remote in desired location, align holes and tighten down. 9. Apply screw covers to remote to hide screws.

Pairing of wireless bridge and hand held wireless remote to spotlight

1. Disconnect all power to the spotlight. 2. Apply power to wireless remote. Press and hold the power button on the wireless remote. 3. While pressing the power button connect power to the spotlight. 4. After a few seconds you will hear the relay click and the light will turn on. 5. When the light turns on the paring is complete, release power button.

Paring multiple spotlights with separate remotes

If multiple spotlights will be within 200’ of one another and you want to control each spotlight with independent remotes, please follow the instructions below. 1. For 1st spotlight, follow the “Pairing of wireless bridge and hand held wireless remote to spotlight” instructions above. 2. For 2nd spotlight, follow instructions above except press and hold the power button AND the UP button while inserting the battery in an SPLR-1 remote or connecting power to an SPLR-2 remote. 3. For 3rd spotlight, follow instructions above except press and hold the power button AND the RIGHT button while inserting the battery in an SPLR-1 remote or connecting power to an SPLR-2 remote. 3


Precision Spotlight Instructions 4. For 4th spotlight, follow instructions above except press and hold the power button AND the DOWN button while inserting the battery in an SPLR-1 remote or connecting power to an SPLR-2 remote. 5. For 5th spotlight, follow instructions above except press and hold the power button AND the LEFT button while inserting the battery in an SPLR-1 remote or connecting power to an SPLR-2 remote.

Programming the remote when mounting the spotlight upside down

NOTE: This procedure reverses the directional buttons on the remote. 1. Pairing of the remote described above must be completed first. 2. Disconnect all power to the spotlight. 3. Hold down the tilt UP and DOWN buttons on the remote. 4. While pressing the 2 buttons apply power to the spotlight and continue to hold down the buttons for a few seconds until the spotlight tilts up or down. 5. The spotlight is now configured for inverted mode. Release buttons. 6. To return the spotlight to the standard configuration repeat steps above. ! WARNING

BEFORE OPERATION REMOVE BLUE FILM FROM LENS

Operation Power on/off Speed Control Pressing this button will allow you to change speed of the light, SOS, and Sweep Angle function.

SOS (· · · — — — · · ·) Pressing this button the light will begin to signal the Morse code distress signal. Press again to turn off.

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Auto Sweep When this button is pressed the light will begin to sweep left and right at 90° for slow speed and 70° for high speed. Press the button again or a directional button to stop the sweep.


Precision Spotlight Instructions BULB REPLACEMENT CAUTION! AVOID TOUCHING THE GLASS SURFACE OF THE NEW BULB. (TOOLS REQUIRED: MEDIUM PHILLIPS SCREWDRIVER AND SMALL FLATHEAD SCREWDRIVER)

4. Remove lens and reflector as an assembly.

1. Remove 2 screws on bottom of lens bezel.

5. Remove the screw holding the metal grounding bar behind the reflector. Remove the bulb assembly by pushing on the bulb so it exits the back of the reflector. 2. Remove the bezel by inserting a small flathead screwdriver into the two locations circled. Gently separate the bezel from the body at both locations using a straight separating motion until you feel the bezel release from the lens.

6. Unplug bulb and replace with new bulb. (or 24 volt bulb if installation requires). DO NOT TOUCH THE GLASS SURFACE OF THE BULB. During reassembly, hand tighten all screws until snug. Do not overtighten or use a power driver as doing so may strip the threaded screw bosses.

3. Remove 6 screws from around the lens.

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Precision Spotlight Instructions Specifications Description

Color

Item #

OEM #

12/24 Volt, 100 Watt

white

SPL-12W

12 Volt or 24 Volt (note: must match bulb with voltage)

12/24 Volt, 100 Watt

black

SPL-12B

0.03 Amps / 7.0 Amps

12/24 Volt, 100 Watt

chrome

SPL-12C

12 Volt, 100 Watt

white

SPL-12W.OEM

12 Volt, 100 Watt

black

SPL-12B.OEM

12 Volt, 100 Watt

chrome

SPL-12C.OEM

24 Volt, 100 Watt

white

SPL-24W.OEM

24 Volt, 100 Watt

black

SPL-24B.OEM

24 Volt, 100 Watt

chrome

SPL-24C.OEM

Bulb

100 Watt, H3 Halogen (replaceable) (12 Volt installed / 24 Volt included)

Power (Input voltage) Current draw (idle / in use) Peak beam intensity Peak beam distance Lux @ 66' (20m) Coverage at 66' (20 m) Rotatation Tilt Wireless range Dimensions Weight Housing material Lens material

210,000 cp 917 ft (280 m) 525 Lux 132 sq Ft (12 sq m) 370° (built in limit stops) 120° Tilt (75° up and 45° down) 200 ft (65m) 7.5"W x 7.5"H x 9.25"D (19cm x19cm x 23.5cm) 3.30 lbs (1.5 kg) UV resistant PC/ASA UV resistant Lexan®

202319

12V, H3 halogen replacement bulb

202320

24V, H3 halogen replacement bulb

SPLR-1

Spotlight remote, wireless hand-held

5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C)

SPLR-2

Spotlight remote, wireless bridge mount

IP56

SPLR-3

Spotlight remote, wired bridge mount

16 AWG power 24 AWG control

Wire type Operating temp range

Replacement Parts

IP Rating

Tested in accordance with ANSI/NEMA standard FL1

Remote Specifications

Power Current draw (idle / in use) Wireless range Estimated battery life Dimensions

Included * Wireless Bridge Remote (SPLR-2)

(Optional) † Hand Held Bridge Remote (SPLR-1)

(Optional) s Wired Bridge Remote (SPLR-3)

12 or 24 Volt (hard wired to power)

CR2450 button cell battery

12 or 24 Volt (hard wired to spotlight)

negligible

negligible

negligible

200 ft (65m)

200 ft (65m) > 40 hours (continuous use) 2.0"W x 3.78"H x 1"D 51mm x 96mm x 25mm 2.82 oz. (80g) UV resistant PC/ASA Silicone (glow in the dark) —

— 3.5"W x 2.25"H x .75"D 88mm x 57mm x 19mm 2.12 oz. (60g) UV resistant PC/ASA Silicone (glow in the dark) 16AWG

— — 3.5"W x 2.25"H x .75"D 88mm x 57mm x 19mm 2.12 oz. (60g) UV resistant PC/ASA Silicone (glow in the dark) 24AWG

Weight Housing material Button material Wire Operating 5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C) 5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C) 5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C) temp range IP Rating IP54 IP56 IP54 * There is no wiring required from the spotlight to the bridge remote. The spotlight and the bridge remote must be wired locally to power. † The hand held bridge remote includes a wrist lanyard and a surface mount cradle. s The wired bridge remote requires hard wiring of 2 leads from the spotlight to the bridge.

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Precision Spotlight Instructions FRONT 5" 2 32

[ 55mm ]

A HOLDING TABS

15 " 16

[ 24 mm ]

9" 32

[ 58 mm ]

A

11 41

MOUNTING BRACKET

"

1 83

[ Ø286 mm ]

"

[ 35mm ]

ROTATIONAL CLEARANCE

SECURING SCREW

7 " 6 32

[ Ø158 mm ]

FIGURE 1

47.0 [1.85]

n 15.9 (5/8" drill) [0.63]

57.0 REF [2.24] 28.5 REF [1.12]

15.0 [0.59]

Gasket outline

Screw hole diameter to suit mounitng screw.

74.0 [2.91] 88.0 REF [3.46]

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502-2 & 503-2Instrucciones instructions Instalación y uso del reflector Precision

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MODELOS: SPL-12W, SPL-12B, SPL-12C

SPLR-2 (Incluido) SPLR-1

SPLR-3

¡IMPORTANTE! LEA ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES ANTES DE INSTALAR Y USAR ESTE PRODUCTO. El reflector Precision de Marinco usa una bombilla súper brillante y reemplazable de 100 vatios y Halógeno H3, que produce un haz de luz brillante e intenso que puede iluminar objetos que están a distancias de hasta 300 m. Está clasificado como resistente a la intemperie IP56 para ambientes extremos, con una carcasa resistente a la intemperie y a los rayos UV, e incluye una función de inclinación accionada por motores silenciosos que pueden soportar temperaturas extremas (entre -15 °C hasta 45 °C). El reflector ha sido diseñado y probado para soportar rigurosos ambientes marinos que incluyen mucha humedad, agua salada pulverizada, impactos y vibraciones. Su innovadora construcción permite que se monte boca abajo y que se programen movimientos inversos. Sus circuitos de precisión le conceden una extraordinaria puntería y rastreo con dos opciones de velocidad. El reflector tiene un temporizador de apagado de 30 minutos. Si el reflector se deja sin supervisión durante más de 30 minutos, se apagará. El apagado no tiene efecto en la función de SOS del reflector. Los controles remotos Precision tienen botones fosforescentes e incluyen opciones de un solo toque de barrido automático y de SOS. Los controles remotos inalámbricos transmiten una señal de hasta 60 m. Cuando el reflector incluye un control remoto puente inalámbrico, hay dos controles remotos adicionales: un control remoto inalámbrico portátil con acollador (SPLR-1) y un control remoto de montaje puente conectado por cableado permanente (SPLR-3).

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El reflector Precision Instrucciones El paquete incluye:

• Reflector con una bombilla de 12 voltios instalada • Soporte de montaje (no se incluyen de sujeción) • Manual de instrucciones

• Control remoto puente inalámbrico (SPLR-2) • Bombilla de 24 voltios adicional** **(solo en los modelos SPL-12W, SPL-12B, SPL-12C)

Para la instalación se necesita:

• Cuatro (4) tornillos de cabeza troncocónica de acero inoxidable n.° 10 para el soporte del reflector (la longitud y el tipo de los tornillos lo determinará la superficie de montaje) • Dos (2) tornillos de cabeza troncocónica de acero inoxidable n.° 6 (la longitud y el tipo de los tornillos lo determinará la superficie de montaje) • Dos (2) conectores a tope para cables AWG n.° 16 ! ADVERTENCIA SI LA APLICACIÓN ES DE 24 VOLTIOS, SE NECESITARÁ CAMBIAR LA BOMBILLA DE 12 VOLTIOS POR LA DE 24 VOLTIOS. PARA REEMPLAZAR LA BOMBILLA, CONSULTE LA SECCIÓN DE REEMPLAZO DE LA BOMBILLA (PÁGINAS 13 Y 14).

Si no se usa el voltaje de bombilla adecuado, se dañará el reflector. ! ADVERTENCIA ANTES DEL FUNCIONAMIENTO, RETIRE LA PELÍCULA AZUL DE LA CÁMARA. SI LA PELÍCULA NO SE RETIRA, SE DAÑARÁ EL REFLECTOR.

Montaje y cableado del reflector Precision

1. Seleccione una superficie plana para montar el reflector. Asegúrese de que no haya obstrucciones alrededor del reflector que puedan interferir con su rotación (plantilla incluida con la luz). Asegúrese de que tendrá acceso de cableado en la parte inferior de la ubicación seleccionada y que los orificios perforados no dañarán los cables o estructuras existentes. Evite ubicaciones donde haya cuerdas, anclas y velas que puedan enredar o dañar la luz. 2. Consulte la plantilla de la ubicación del montaje y el orificio para los cables. 3. Mientras instala el soporte de montaje, asegúrese de que el tornillo de fijación esté en la dirección opuesta a la de la luz que tendrá en frente. Marque los orificios de montaje y el orificio central del cable. Asegúrese de que haya un radio de espacio de al menos 150 mm para el orificio central. Consulte la línea de puntos de la figura 1 (página 16). 4. Perfore orificios con el tamaño adecuado para el tipo de tornillos o pernos que se usarán. Nota: el tamaño máximo de los orificios del soporte es para tornillos n.° 10. 5. Perfore un orificio del tamaño adecuado para dar cabida a los cables. Esto dependerá del tipo de cable que se use. 6. El reflector necesita energía de 12 o 24 voltios suministrada a través de un cable de calibre adecuado. (Nota: Si se usa la versión con control remoto puente conectado por cableado, entonces se tendrán que tender 2 cables adicionales desde el control remoto hacia el reflector). ! ADVERTENCIA EL TAMAÑO DE CABLE CORRECTO PARA EL FUNCIONAMIENTO Y PROTECCIÓN ADECUADA DEL CIRCUITO SE DEBE SELECCIONAR EN BASE A LAS NORMAS ABYC. EL INCUMPLIMIENTO DE LAS NORMAS ABYC PUEDE PROVOCAR LESIONES GRAVES, MUERTE O DAÑOS AL NAVÍO.

7. Monte el soporte de montaje después de aplicar una pequeña cantidad de sellador que no sea de silicona en el área donde los tornillos o pernos penetran la superficie de montaje. (Nota: Las cabezas de los tornillos del soporte de montaje no deben sobresalir de él por más de 5 mm). 9


El reflector Precision Instrucciones 8. Conecte los cables al reflector con conectores a tope. El cable rojo es positivo y el negro es negativo. ! ADVERTENCIA ¡LA POLARIDAD DE LOS CABLES DEBE SER LA CORRECTA PARA QUE EL REFLECTOR FUNCIONE! ¡SI LOS CABLES NO SE CONECTAN CORRECTAMENTE EL SISTEMA DE REFLECTOR SE DAÑARÁ!

9. Deslice el reflector por sobre el soporte de montaje, asegurándose de que los cables no estén comprimidos y de que las dos lengüetas sujetadoras acoplen la luz en el lugar correcto. Alinee el orificio del tornillo de fijación de la parte posterior de la base del reflector con el orificio del tornillo de fijación del soporte de montaje. Esto requerirá un grado de presión y esfuerzo, ya que el sello de montaje debe ser comprimido adecuadamente durante este proceso. Para una alineación más fácil, levante ligeramente la parte posterior del reflector (que contiene el orificio del tornillo de fijación) mientras presiona la empaquetadura de la parte delantera del reflector (en la posición opuesta a la del orificio del tornillo de fijación). Inserte el tornillo de fijación y asegúrese de que esté completamente acoplado y fijo. ! ADVERTENCIA DEBE SENTIR QUE EL TORNILLO ALCANZA UN PAR TORSOR CUANDO ESTÁ CORRECTAMENTE ACOPLADO.

Nota: En la fotografía se muestran los cables púrpura y amarillo del control remoto para el control remoto conectado por cableado. Si se usa un control remoto puente inalámbrico, entonces los conductores púrpura y amarillo no son necesarios y se pueden guardar dentro de la base del reflector.

Montaje del control remoto puente conectado por cableado e inalámbrico

1. Todos los controles remotos tienen protección IP54, lo que los hace resistentes a la intemperie. 2. Escoja una ubicación de montaje basada en la empaquetadura suministrada con el control remoto (el orificio grande debe estar hacia la parte superior) 3. Perfore orificios del tamaño correcto para los tornillos de montaje. El tamaño de los orificios en los controles remotos es para tornillos de cabeza troncocónica n.° 6. La longitud y el tipo de rosca deberán determinarse según la aplicación. Retire y deje a un lado las 2 cubiertas de los tornillos. 4. Perfore un orificio para el cableado. Tenga en cuenta que el orificio debe ser de 1,6 cm para que la unidad pueda permanecer nivelada. 5. Si va a montar el control remoto puente inalámbrico, necesitará una fuente de energía de 12 V o 24 V. Si va a montar el control remoto puente conectado por cableado permanente, no necesitará una fuente de energía local, y en su lugar, puede usar los cables púrpura y amarillo que van desde el reflector hacia el control remoto. Estos dos cables le proporcionarán energía al control remoto y controlarán el reflector. Los terminales del control remoto admiten un cable de 16 AWG hasta 26 AWG. La torsión máxima de los terminales es de 0,25 Nm. 6. Pase los cables a través del orificio perforado en la superficie y la empaquetadura desde abajo. 7. Para el control remoto puente inalámbrico, conecte los cables de la fuente de energía a los terminales positivo (+) y negativo (-) del control remoto. Para el control remoto puente conectado por cableado permanente, conecte los 2 cables del reflector. El

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El reflector Precision Instrucciones cable amarillo debe conectarse en positivo (+) y el cable púrpura en el negativo (-). La torsión máxima de los terminales es de 0,25 Nm. 8. Coloque el control remoto en la ubicación deseada, alinéelo con los orificios y apriételo. 9. Instale las cubiertas de los tornillos al control remoto para ocultarlos.

Emparejamiento del puente inalámbrico y del control remoto inalámbrico portátil con el reflector

1. Desconecte toda la energía del reflector. 2. Conecte la energía al control remoto inalámbrico. Mantenga presionado el botón de encendido del control remoto inalámbrico. 3. Mientras presiona el botón de encendido, conecte la energía al reflector. 4. Después de unos segundos, escuchará que el relé hace un clic y la luz se encenderá. 5. Cuando se encienda la luz y el emparejamiento esté completo, suelte el botón de encendido.

Emparejamiento de varios reflectores con controles remotos separados

Si van a haber varios reflectores a 60 m de distancia uno del otro y usted quiere controlar cada uno de ellos con controles remotos independientes, siga las siguientes instrucciones. 1. Para el primer reflector, siga las instrucciones “Emparejamiento del puente inalámbrico y del control remoto inalámbrico portátil con el reflector” descritas anteriormente. 2. Para el segundo reflector, siga las instrucciones mencionadas anteriormente, pero mantenga presionado el botón de encendido Y el botón ARRIBA mientras inserta la batería en un control remoto SPLR-1 o conecta la energía a un control remoto SPLR-2. 3. Para el tercer reflector, siga las instrucciones mencionadas anteriormente, pero mantenga presionado el botón de encendido Y el botón DERECHA mientras inserta la batería en un control remoto SPLR-1 o conecta la energía a un control remoto SPLR-2. 4. Para el cuarto reflector, siga las instrucciones mencionadas anteriormente, pero mantenga presionado el botón de encendido Y el botón ABAJO mientras inserta la batería en un control remoto SPLR-1 o conecta la energía a un control remoto SPLR-2. 5. Para el quinto reflector, siga las instrucciones mencionadas anteriormente, pero mantenga presionado el botón de encendido Y el botón IZQUIERDA mientras inserta la batería en un control remoto SPLR-1 o conecta la energía a un control remoto SPLR-2.

Programación del control remoto cuando el reflector se monta boca abajo

NOTA: Este procedimiento invierte los botones direccionales del control remoto. 1. Primero se debe completar el emparejamiento del control remoto descrito anteriormente. 2. Desconecte toda la energía del reflector. 3. Mantenga presionados los botones de inclinación ARRIBA y ABAJO del control remoto. 4. Mientras presiona los 2 botones, conecte la energía al reflector y continúe presionando los botones por unos cuantos segundos hasta que el reflector se incline hacia arriba o hacia abajo. 5. Ahora el reflector está configurado para el modo invertido. Suelte los botones. 6. Para volver a la configuración estándar del reflector, repita los pasos descritos anteriormente. ! ADVERTENCIA

LA CÁMARA

ANTES DE LA OPERACIÓN, RETIRE LA PELÍCULA AZUL DE

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El reflector Precision Instrucciones Operación Encendido y apagado Control de velocidad Presionar este botón le permitirá cambiar la velocidad de la luz, el SOS, y la función del ángulo de barrido.

SOS (· · · — — — · · ·) Cuando presione este botón, la luz comenzará a indicar el código morse de señal de socorro. Presione nuevamente para apagarla.

Barrido automático Cuando se presiona este botón, la luz comienza a moverse 90° a la izquierda y a la derecha en la velocidad baja y a 70° en la velocidad alta. Presione este botón nuevamente o un botón direccional para detener el barrido.

¡PRECAUCIÓN AL REEMPLAZAR LA BOMBILLA! EVITE TOCAR LA SUPERFICIE DE VIDRIO DE LA BOMBILLA NUEVA. (HERRAMIENTAS NECESARIAS: DESTORNILLADOR PHILLIPS MEDIANO Y DESTORNILLADOR DE CABEZA PLANA PEQUEÑO) 1. Retire 2 tornillos de la parte inferior del bisel de la lente.

2. Para retirar el bisel, inserte un destornillador de cabeza plana pequeño en las dos ubicaciones marcadas con un círculo. En ambas ubicaciones, separe suavemente el bisel del cuerpo con un movimiento de separación recto hasta que sienta que el bisel se separa de la lente.

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El reflector Precision Instrucciones 3. Retire 6 tornillos en torno a la lente.

4. Retire la lente y el reflector como un conjunto.

5. Retire el tornillo que fija la barra metálica de anclaje a tierra detrás del reflector. Para retirar el conjunto de bombilla, empuje la bombilla de manera que salga por la parte posterior del reflector.

6. Desconecte la bombilla y reemplácela con una nueva (o una bombilla de 24 voltios si la instalación lo requiere). NO TOQUE LA SUPERFICIE DE VIDRIO DE LA BOMBILLA. Cuando se vuelvan a montar las piezas, apriete todos los tornillos manualmente hasta que estén ajustados. No apriete en exceso ni use un destornillador eléctrico, ya que podría estropear las protuberancias de los tornillos roscados.

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El reflector Precision Instrucciones Especificaciones Bombilla Energía (voltaje de entrada) Consumo de corriente (detenido / en uso) Intensidad máxima del haz de luz Distancia máxima del haz de luz Lux a 20 m Cobertura a 20 m Rotación Inclinación Alcance inalámbrico Dimensiones Peso Material de la carcasa Material de la lente Tipo de cable Margen de temp. de funcionamiento Clasificación IP

Descripción

Color

Item #

OEM #

12/24 voltios, 100 vatios

blanco

SPL-12W

12/24 voltios, 100 vatios

negro

SPL-12B

12/24 voltios, 100 vatios

cromado SPL-12C

0,03 amperios / 7,0 amperios

12 voltios, 100 vatios

blanco

SPL-12W.OEM

210.000 cp

12 voltios, 100 vatios

negro

SPL-12B.OEM

12 voltios, 100 vatios

cromado —

SPL-12C.OEM

24 voltios, 100 vatios

blanco

SPL-24W.OEM

24 voltios, 100 vatios

negro

SPL-24B.OEM

24 voltios, 100 vatios

cromado —

SPL-24C.OEM

100 vatios y Halógeno H3 (reemplazable) (de 12 voltios instalada, de 24 voltios incluida) 12 voltios o 24 voltios (Nota: Debe coincidir con el voltaje de la bombilla)

280 m 525 Lux 12 metros cuadrados 370° (frenos integrados) Inclinación de 120° (75° hacia arriba y 45° hacia abajo) 60 m 19 cm A x 19 cm A x 23,5 cm P 1,5 kg PC/ASA resistente a rayos UV Lexan® resistente a rayos UV 16 AWG de energía 24 AWG de control

Piezas de repuesto 202319

Bombilla de repuesto de 12 V y Halógeno H3

202320

Bombilla de repuesto de 24 V y Halógeno H3

SPLR-1

Control remoto inalámbrico y portátil del reflector

SPLR-2

Control remoto de montaje puente inalámbrico del reflector

SPLR-3

Control remoto de montaje puente conectado por cableado permanente del reflector

Entre -15 °C a 45 °C IP56

Probado de acuerdo con la norma FL1 de ANSI/NEMA

Especificaciones del control remoto

Energía

Incluido * Control remoto puente inalámbrico (SPLR-2) 12 o 24 voltios (cableado permanente a la energía)

(Opcional) † Control remoto puente portátil (SPLR-1) Batería de botón CR2450

(Opcional) s Control remoto puente conectado por cableado (SPLR-3) 12 o 24 voltios (cableado permanente al reflector)

Consumo de corriente mínima mínima mínima (detenido / en uso) Alcance inalámbrico 60m 60m — Vida útil estimada — > 40 horas (uso continuo) — de la batería Dimensiones 88mm x 57mm x 19mm 51mm x 96mm x 25mm 88mm x 57mm x 19mm Peso 60g 80g 60g Material de la carcasa PC/ASA resistente a rayos UV PC/ASA resistente a rayos UV PC/ASA resistente a rayos UV Material del botón Silicona (fosforescente) Silicona (fosforescente) Silicona (fosforescente) Cable 16AWG — 24AWG Margen de temp. de 5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C) 5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C) 5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C) funcionamiento Clasificación IP IP54 IP56 IP54 * No se necesita un cableado proveniente del reflector hacia el control remoto puente. El reflector y el control remoto puente deben estar cableados de manera local a la energía. † El control remoto puente portátil incluye un acollador de muñeca y una base de montaje en superficie. s El control remoto puente conectado por cableado requiere un cableado permanente de 2 conductores desde el reflector hacia el puente.

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El reflector Precision Instrucciones PARTE DELANTERA

55mm

A LENGÜETAS DE SUJECIÓN

24mm

58mm

A SOPORTE DE MONTAJE

Ø286mm ESPACIO ROTACIONAL

35mm

TORNILLO DE FIJACIÓN

Ø158mm

FIGURA 1

47.0 [1.85]

n 15.9 (Broca de taladro de 5/8") [0.63]

57.0 REF [2.24] 28.5 REF [1.12]

15.0 [0.59]

Contorno de la empaquetadura

Diámetro del orificio del tornillo para que quepa el tornillo de montaje 74.0 [2.91] 88.0 REF [3.46]

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502-2 & 503-2 instructions Mode d’emploi Installation et utilisation du projecteur Precision

marinco.com

MODÈLES : SPL-12W, SPL-12B, SPL-12C

SPLR-2 (Inclus) SPLR-1

SPLR-3

IMPORTANT ! LIRE CES INSTRUCTIONS AVANT D’INSTALLER ET D’UTILISER CE PRODUIT. Le projecteur Marinco Precision comporte une ampoule halogène H3 remplaçable hautement lumineuse de 100 W qui produit un faisceau riche mais intense capable d’illuminer des objets jusqu’à une distance de 300 m (1000 pi). Résistant aux intempéries, il est classé IP56 pour les environnements extrêmes, avec un boîtier anti-intempéries résistant aux UV et un mécanisme d’inclinaison totalement fermé entraîné par des moteurs silencieux conçus pour résister aux températures extrêmes (-15 °C à 45 °C [5 °F à 113 °F]). Il est conçu et testé pour résister aux milieux marins agressifs, notamment aux fortes humidités, aux embruns salés et aux vibrations. Sa configuration innovante permet un montage tête en bas avec programmation de mouvement inversé. Les circuits de précision permettent un pointage et une poursuite remarquables, avec deux vitesses au choix. Le projecteur comporte une minuterie de mise à l’arrêt de 30 minutes. Si le projecteur ne reçoit aucune commande pendant 30 minutes, l’éclairage s’éteint. La minuterie d’arrêt est sans effet sur la fonction de SOS du projecteur. Les télécommandes Precision ont des boutons phosphorescents visibles de nuit et comprennent des commandes de balayage automatique et de SOS. La télécommande sans fil a une portée d’émission de signal de 60 m (200 pi). Alors que le projecteur est fourni avec une télécommande de pont sans fil, deux autres télécommandes sont proposées en option : une télécommande sans fil portable avec dragonne (SPLR-1) et une télécommande de pont fixe câblée (SPLR-3).

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Le projecteur Precision Mode d’emploi L’ensemble comprend :

• Projecteur avec ampoule de 12 V installée • Support de fixation (visserie non fournie) • Télécommande de pont sans fil (SPLR-2)

• Manuels d’instruction • Ampoule de 24 V supplémentaire** **(modèles SPL-12W, SPL-12B, SPL-12C seulement)

L’installation nécessite :

• Quatre (4) vis à tête cylindrique bombée n° 10 en acier inoxydable pour le support de projecteur (type et longueur en fonction de la surface de montage) • Deux (2) vis à tête cylindrique bombée n° 6 en acier inoxydable (type et longueur en fonction de la surface de montage) • Deux (2) connecteurs bout à bout n° 16 AWG ! AVERTISSEMENT S’IL S’AGIT D’UNE INSTALLATION SOUS 24 V, L’AMPOULE DE 12 V DOIT ÊTRE REMPLACÉE PAR L’AMPOULE DE 24 V. SE REPORTER AUX INSTRUCTIONS DE REMPLACEMENT D’AMPOULE (PAGES 23-24).

L’utilisation d’une ampoule de puissance inadaptée endommagerait le projecteur. ! AVERTISSEMENT RETIRER LA PELLICULE BLEUE DE L’OPTIQUE AVANT UTILISATION. LE MAINTIEN DE LA PELLICULE EN PLACE ENDOMMAGERAIT LE PROJECTEUR.

Montage et câblage du projecteur Precision

1. Choisir une surface plane pour le montage du projecteur. S’assurer qu’il n’y a aucune obstruction autour du projecteur susceptible d’entraver sa rotation (gabarit fourni avec le projecteur). Veiller à pouvoir accéder à l’espace sous l’emplacement choisi pour effectuer le câblage et s’assurer que le perçage des trous n’endommagera pas les câblages ou structures existants. Éviter les emplacements où les cordages, les ancres et les voiles peuvent s’emmêler ou endommager le projecteur. 2. Utiliser le gabarit pour l’emplacement des trous de fixation et de câblage. 3. Lors de la pose du support de fixation, s’assurer que la vis de blocage est du côté opposé à la direction d’éclairage du projecteur. Marquer l’emplacement des trous de fixation et du trou de câblage central. S’assurer qu’il y a un dégagement d’au moins 150 mm (6 po) de rayon autour du trou central. Voir le trait pointillé à la Figure 1 (page 26). 4. Percer des trous de diamètre adapté au type de vis ou de boulon utilisé. Remarque : Les trous du support acceptent des vis de taille n° 10 maximum. 5. Percer un trou de diamètre approprié pour le passage des câbles. Cela dépend du type de conducteur utilisé. 6. Le projecteur nécessite une alimentation électrique de 12 ou 24 V fournie par des conducteurs de calibre adapté. (Remarque : Si la télécommande de pont câblée est utilisée, deux conducteurs supplémentaires devront être tirés entre la télécommande et le projecteur.) ! AVERTISSEMENT VEILLER À CHOISIR DES CONDUCTEURS DE CALIBRE CORRECT ET UNE PROTECTION DE CIRCUIT APPROPRIÉE EN CONFORMITÉ AVEC LES NORMES ABYC. LE NON-RESPECT DES NORMES ABYC PEUT ENTRAÎNER DES BLESSURES GRAVES VOIRE MORTELLES ET DES DÉGÂTS MATÉRIELS.

7. Poser le support de fixation après avoir appliqué une petite quantité de pâte d’étanchéité sans silicone aux points où les vis ou boulons pénètrent la support de fixation. (Remarque : Les têtes de vis ne doivent pas dépasser de plus de 5 mm [0,2 po] du support de fixation.) 8. Raccorder les fils au projecteur à l’aide de connecteurs bout à bout. Le conducteur rouge est positif, le conducteur noir négatif. 17


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! AVERTISSEMENT RESPECTER LA POLARITÉ DES CONDUCTEURS POUR QUE LE PROJECTEUR FONCTIONNE! UN CÂBLAGE INCORRECT ENDOMMAGERAIT LE PROJECTEUR.

9. Enfiler le projecteur sur le support de fixation en veillant à ne pas pincer les conducteurs et à engager correctement les deux pattes de retenue sur le projecteur. Aligner le trou de vis de blocage à l’arrière du socle de projecteur avec celui du support de fixation. Cela nécessite un certain degré de pression et d’effort car le joint de fixation doit être correctement comprimé durant le processus. Pour faciliter l’alignement, soulever légèrement l’arrière du projecteur (côté du trou de vis de blocage) tout en appuyant sur le joint à l’avant du projecteur (côté opposé au trou de vis de blocage). Engager la vis de blocage et s’assurer qu’elle est complètement engagée et serrée. ! AVERTISSEMENT UNE RÉSISTANCE AU SERRAGE DOIT ÊTRE RESSENTIE LORSQUE LA VIS EST CORRECTEMENT ENGAGÉE.

Remarque : La photo montre les conducteurs de commande violet et jaune pour la télécommande câblée. Si une télécommande de pont sans fil est utilisée, alors les conducteurs violet et jaune ne sont pas nécessaires et peuvent être repliés à l’intérieur du socle du projecteur.

Montage de la télécommande de pont câblée et sans fil

1. Toutes les télécommandes sont classées IP54 pour la résistance à l’eau. 2. Choisir un emplacement de fixation en fonction du joint fourni avec la télécommande (le grand trou doit être vers le haut). 3. Percer des trous de dimension correcte pour les vis de fixation. Les trous à travers les télécommandes sont prévus pour des vis à tête cylindrique n° 6. La longueur et le type de filetage devront être déterminés en fonction de l’installation considérée. Retirer les 2 capuchons de vis et les mettre de côté. 4. Percer le trou pour câblage. On notera que le trou doit être de 16 mm (5/8 po) pour que l’appareil repose à plat. 5. La télécommande de pont sans fil nécessite une alimentation électrique de 12 V ou 24 V. La télécommande de pont câblée ne nécessite pas d’alimentation électrique locale mais utilise les conducteurs violet et jaune qui raccordent le projecteur à la télécommande. Ces deux conducteurs assurent l’alimentation de la télécommande et la commande du projecteur. Les bornes de la télécommande acceptent des fils de 16 AWG à 26 AWG. Le couple de serrage maximal des bornes est de 2,21 po-lb (0,25 Nm). 6. Tirer les fils par le dessous à travers le trou percé dans la surface et le joint. 7. Pour la télécommande de pont sans fil, raccorder les fils de l’alimentation électrique aux bornes positive (+) et négative (-) de la télécommande. Pour la télécommande de pont câblée, raccorder les 2 fils du projecteur. Le fil jaune doit être raccordé à la borne (+) et le fil violet à la borne (-). Le couple de serrage maximal des bornes est de 2,21 po-lb (0,25 Nm). 8. Placer la télécommande à l’emplacement souhaité, aligner les trous et serrer. 9. Poser les capuchon de vis sur la télécommande pour masquer les vis.

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Le projecteur Precision Mode d’emploi Appariement d’une télécommande sans fil de pont ou portable au projecteur

1. Couper l’alimentation électrique du projecteur. 2. Mettre la télécommande sous tension. Tenir le bouton d’alimentation de la télécommande enfoncé. 3. Tout en tenant le bouton d’alimentation enfoncé, mettre le projecteur sous tension. 4. Au bout de quelques secondes, le déclic du relais doit être audible et la lampe doit s’allumer. 5. Lorsque la lampe s’allume, l’appariement est effectué; relâcher le bouton d’alimentation.

Appariement de plusieurs projecteurs avec des télécommandes séparées

Pour commander plusieurs projecteurs placés à moins de 60 m (200 pi) les uns des autres avec des télécommandes distinctes, suivre les instructions ci-dessous. 1. Pour le premier projecteur, suivre les instructions « Appariement d’une télécommande sans fil de pont ou portable au projecteur » ci-dessus. 2. Pour le deuxième projecteur, suivre les instructions ci-dessus mais en tenant le bouton d’alimentation ET le bouton fléché HAUT enfoncés tout en mettant la pile en place (télécommande SPLR-1) ou en raccordant l’alimentation électrique (télécommande SPLR-2). 3. Pour le troisième projecteur, suivre les instructions ci-dessus mais en tenant le bouton d’alimentation ET le bouton fléché DROIT enfoncés tout en mettant la pile en place (télécommande SPLR-1) ou en raccordant l’alimentation électrique (télécommande SPLR-2). 4. Pour le quatrième projecteur, suivre les instructions ci-dessus mais en tenant le bouton d’alimentation ET le bouton fléché BAS enfoncés tout en mettant la pile en place (télécommande SPLR-1) ou en raccordant l’alimentation électrique (télécommande SPLR-2). 5. Pour le cinquième projecteur, suivre les instructions ci-dessus mais en tenant le bouton d’alimentation ET le bouton fléché GAUCHE enfoncés tout en mettant la pile en place (télécommande SPLR-1) ou en raccordant l’alimentation électrique (télécommande SPLR-2).

Programmation de la télécommande lors de pose du projecteur tête en bas

REMARQUE : Cette procédure inverse les boutons directionnels de la télécommande. 1. L’appariement de la télécommande tel que décrit plus haut doit d’abord être effectué. 2. Couper l’alimentation électrique du projecteur. 3. Tenir les boutons d’inclinaison HAUT et BAS de la télécommande enfoncés. 4. Toute en tenant les deux boutons enfoncés, mettre le projecteur sous tension et continuer d’appuyer sur les boutons pendant quelques secondes jusqu’à ce que le projecteur s’incline vers le haut ou le bas. 5. Le projecteur est à présent configuré en mode inversé. Relâcher les boutons. 6. Pour revenir à la configuration normale du projecteur, répéter les étapes ci-dessus. ! AVERTISSEMENT

RETIRER LA PELLICULE BLEUE DE L’OPTIQUE AVANT UTILISATION

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Le projecteur Precision Mode d’emploi Utilisation

Alimentation marche/arrêt Commande de vitesse Appuyer sur ce bouton pour changer la vitesse de la fonction de balayage et de SOS du projecteur.

SOS (· · · — — — · · ·) Appuyer sur ce bouton pour produire le signal de détresse en morse avec le projecteur. Appuyer de nouveau pour l’arrêter.

Balayage automatique Appuyer sur ce bouton pour activer le balayage du projecteur de gauche à droite, sur un angle de 90° à vitesse lente et de 70° à vitesse rapide. Appuyer sur ce bouton une nouvelle fois ou sur un bouton fléché pour arrêter le balayage.

¡PRECAUCIÓN AL REEMPLAZAR LA BOMBILLA! EVITE TOCAR LA SUPERFICIE DE VIDRIO DE LA BOMBILLA NUEVA. (HERRAMIENTAS NECESARIAS: DESTORNILLADOR PHILLIPS MEDIANO Y DESTORNILLADOR DE CABEZA PLANA PEQUEÑO) 1. Retire 2 tornillos de la parte inferior del bisel de la lente.

2. Para retirar el bisel, inserte un destornillador de cabeza plana pequeño en las dos ubicaciones marcadas con un círculo. En ambas ubicaciones, separe suavemente el bisel del cuerpo con un movimiento de separación recto hasta que sienta que el bisel se separa de la lente.

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Le projecteur Precision Mode d’emploi 3. Retire 6 tornillos en torno a la lente.

4. Retire la lente y el reflector como un conjunto.

5. Retire el tornillo que fija la barra metálica de anclaje a tierra detrás del reflector. Para retirar el conjunto de bombilla, empuje la bombilla de manera que salga por la parte posterior del reflector.

6. Desconecte la bombilla y reemplácela con una nueva (o una bombilla de 24 voltios si la instalación lo requiere). NO TOQUE LA SUPERFICIE DE VIDRIO DE LA BOMBILLA. Cuando se vuelvan a montar las piezas, apriete todos los tornillos manualmente hasta que estén ajustados. No apriete en exceso ni use un destornillador eléctrico, ya que podría estropear las protuberancias de los tornillos roscados.

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Le projecteur Precision Mode d’emploi Caractéristiques Ampoule Alimentation (tension d’entrée) Consommation de courant (veille/utilisation) Intensité maximale du faisceau Portée maximale du faisceau Lux à 20 m (66 pi) Couverture à 20 m (66 pi) Rotation Inclinaison Portée sans fil Dimensions Poids Matériau du boîtier Matériau de l’optique Type de conducteur Plage de temp. d’exploitation

Description

Couleur

Item #

OEM #

12/24 V, 100 W

blanc

SPL-12W

12/24 V, 100 W

noir

SPL-12B

12/24 V, 100 W

chrome

SPL-12C

12 V, 100 W

blanc

SPL-12W.OEM

210 000 cp

12 V, 100 W

noir

SPL-12B.OEM

280 m (917 pi)

12 V, 100 W

chrome

SPL-12C.OEM

525 lux

24 V, 100 W

blanc

SPL-24W.OEM

12 m2 (132 pi2)

24 V, 100 W

noir

SPL-24B.OEM

370° (butées d’arrêt intégrées) 120° (75° vers le haut et 45° vers le bas) 60 m (200 pi) (LxHxP) 19 cm x 19 cm x 23,5 cm (7,5 po x 7,5 po x 9,25 po) 1,5 kg (3,30 lb) PC/ASA résistant aux UV

24 V, 100 W

chrome

SPL-24C.OEM

Halogène H3 de 100 W (remplaçable) (12 V installée / 24 V fournie) 12 V ou 24 V (Remarque : Utiliser l’ampoule de même tension) 0,03 A / 7,0 A

Catégorie IP

Lexan® résistant aux UV Alimentation 16 AWG Commande 24 AWG -15 °C à 45 °C (5 °F à 113 °F)

Pièces de rechange 202319

Ampoule de rechange halogène H3, 12 V

202320

Ampoule de rechange halogène H3, 24 V

SPLR-1 Télécommande de projecteur, sans fil, portable SPLR-2 Télécommande de projecteur, sans fil, montée sur pont SPLR-3 Télécommande de projecteur, câblée, montée sur pont

IP56

Testé en conformité avec la norme ANSI/NEMA FL1

Caractéristiques de la télécommande

Alimentation

Inclus * Télécommande de pont sans fil (SPLR-2) 12 ou 24 V (câblée à l’alimentation électrique)

(En option) † Télécommande de pont portable (SPLR-1)

(Optional) s Télécommande de pont câblée (SPLR-3)

Pile bouton CR2450

12 ou 24 V (câblée au projecteur)

Consommation de courant (veille/ négligeable négligeable négligeable utilisation) Portée sans fil 60 m (200 pi) 60 m (200 pi) — Autonomie estimée — > 40 h (utilisation continue) — de la pile Dimensions 88mm x 57mm x 19mm 51mm x 96mm x 25mm 88mm x 57mm x 19mm Poids 60g 80g 60g Matériau du boîtier PC/ASA résistant aux UV PC/ASA résistant aux UV PC/ASA résistant aux UV Matériau des boutons Silicone (phosphorescent) Silicone (phosphorescent) Silicone (phosphorescent) Conducteur 16AWG — 24AWG Plage de temp. 5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C) 5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C) 5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C) d’exploitation Catégorie IP IP54 IP56 IP54 * Aucun câblage nécessaire entre le projecteur et la télécommande de pont. Le projecteur et la télécommande de pont doivent être raccordée à une alimentation locale. † La télécommande de pont portable est fournie avec une dragonne et un berceau monté en surface. s La télécommande de pont câblée nécessite la pose de 2 conducteurs entre le projecteur et le pont.

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Le projecteur Precision Mode d’emploi AVANT

55mm

A PATTES DE RETENUE

24mm

58mm

A SUPPORT DE FIXATION

Ø286mm DÉGAGEMENT DE ROTATION

35mm

VIS DE BLOCAGE

Ø158mm

FIGURE 1

47.0 [1.85]

n 15.9 (Foret de 5/8 po) [0.63]

57.0 REF [2.24] 28.5 REF [1.12]

15.0 [0.59]

Contour du joint

Diamètre de trou de vis en fonction de la vis de fixation

74.0 [2.91] 88.0 REF [3.46]

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502-2 & 503-2 instructions marinco.com

Required for Installation: • Two (2) No. 6 stainless steel pan head screws (Length and type of screws to be determined by mounting surface) • Two (2) #16 AWG butt wire connectors Mounting the wired and wireless bridge remote 1. The remotes are all IP54 weather resistant. 2. Please choose a mounting location based on the gasket supplied with the remote (large hole should be towards top). 3. Drill holes the correct size for the mounting screws. The holes through the remotes are sized for a No. 6 pan head screw. The length and thread type will need to be determined by the application. Remove and set aside the 2 screw covers. 4. Drill hole for the wiring. Note that the hole needs to be 5/8" to allow the unit to sit flat. 5. If mounting the wireless bridge remote it will require a 12V or 24V power source. If mounting the hard wired bridge remote then it does not need a local power source and instead uses the purple and yellow wires connecting from the spotlight to the remote. These two wires will supply the remote with power and control the spotlight. The terminals on the remote can handle a 16 AWG to 26 AWG wire. Maximum torque on the terminals is 2.21 in lbs (.25 nm).

Instructions Installing and Using the Precision Spotlight Remotes

6. Feed wires through drilled surface hole and gasket from below. 7. For the wireless bridge remote attach the power source wires to the remote (+) positive and (-) negative terminals. For the hard wired bridge remote attach the 2 wires from the spotlight. The yellow wire needs to connect to the (+) positive and the purple wire needs to connect to the (–) negative. Maximum torque on the terminals is 2.21 in lbs (.25 nm) 8. Place remote in desired location, align holes and tighten down. 9. Apply screw covers to remote to hide screws. Pairing of mounted and hand held wireless remote to spotlight 1. Disconnect all power to the spotlight. 2. Apply power to wireless remote. Press and hold the power button on the wireless remote. 3. While pressing the power button connect power to the spotlight. 4. After a few seconds you will hear the relay click and the light will turn on. 5. When the light turns on the paring is complete, release power button. Español......................................... 5 Français ........................................ 8


Paring multiple spotlights with separate remotes If multiple spotlights will be within 200' of one another and you want to control each spotlight with independent remotes, please follow the instructions listed. 1. For 1st spotlight, follow the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pairing of wireless bridge and hand held wireless remote to spotlightâ&#x20AC;? instructions. 2. For 2nd spotlight, follow instructions above except press and hold the power button AND the UP button while inserting the battery in an SPLR-1 remote or connecting power to an SPLR-2 remote. 3. For 3rd spotlight, follow instructions above except press and hold the power button AND the RIGHT button while inserting the battery in an SPLR-1 remote or connecting power to an SPLR-2 remote. 4. For 4th spotlight, follow instructions above except press and hold the power button AND the DOWN button while inserting the battery in an SPLR-1 remote or connecting power to an SPLR-2 remote. 5. For 5th spotlight, follow instructions above except press and hold the power button AND the LEFT button while inserting the battery in an SPLR-1 remote or connecting power to an SPLR-2 remote.

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Programming the remote when mounting the spotlight up side down NOTE: This procedure reverses the directional buttons on the remote. 1. Pairing of the remote described above must be completed first. 2. Disconnect all power to the spotlight. 3. Hold down the tilt UP and DOWN buttons on the remote. 4. While pressing the 2 buttons apply power to the spotlight and continue to hold down the buttons for a few seconds until the spotlight tilts up or down. 5. The spotlight is now configured for inverted mode. Release buttons. 6. To return the spotlight to the standard configuration repeat steps above. For multiple spotlight applications, please visit the FAQs in the support center of our website: marinco.com ! WARNING BEFORE OPERATION REMOVE BLUE FILM FROM LENS


Remote Specifications

Power Current draw (idle / in use) Wireless range Estimated battery life Dimensions Weight Housing material Button material Wire Operating temp range IP Rating

(Optional) † Hand Held Bridge Remote (SPLR-1) CR2450 button cell battery

(Optional) s Wired Bridge Remote (SPLR-3) 12 or 24 Volt (hard wired to spotlight)

negligible

negligible

negligible

200 ft (65m)

3.5"W x 2.25"H x .75"D 88mm x 57mm x 19mm 2.12 oz. (60g) UV resistant PC/ASA Silicone (glow in the dark) 16AWG

200 ft (65m) > 40 hours (continuous use) 2.0"W x 3.78"H x 1"D 51mm x 96mm x 25mm 2.82 oz. (80g) UV resistant PC/ASA Silicone (glow in the dark) —

3.5"W x 2.25"H x .75"D 88mm x 57mm x 19mm 2.12 oz. (60g) UV resistant PC/ASA Silicone (glow in the dark) 24AWG

5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C)

5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C)

5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C)

IP54

IP56

IP54

Included * Wireless Bridge Remote (SPLR-2) 12 or 24 Volt (hard wired to power)

* There is no wiring required from the spotlight to the bridge remote. The spotlight and the bridge remote must be wired locally to power. † The hand held bridge remote includes a wrist lanyard and a surface mount cradle. s The wired bridge remote requires hard wiring of 2 leads from the spotlight to the bridge. 3


Speed Control–Pressing this button will allow you to change speed of the light, SOS, and Sweep Angle function. Control de velocidad: Presionar este botón le permitirá cambiar la velocidad de la luz, el SOS, y la función del ángulo de barrido. Commande de vitesse - Appuyer sur ce bouton pour changer la vitesse de la fonction de balayage et de SOS du projecteur.

Power on/off Encendido y apagado Alimentation marche/arrêt

SOS– (· · · — — — · · ·) Pressing this button the light will begin to signal the Morse code distress signal. Press again to turn off. Cuando presione este botón, la luz comenzará a indicar el código morse de señal de socorro. Presione nuevamente para apagarla. 4

Appuyer sur ce bouton pour produire le signal de détresse en morse avec le projecteur. Appuyer de nouveau pour l’arrêter.

Auto Sweep–When this button is pressed the light will begin to sweep left and right at 90° for slow speed and 70° for high speed. Press the button again or a directional button to stop the sweep. Barrido automático: Cuando se presiona este botón, la luz comienza a moverse 90° a la izquierda y a la derecha en la velocidad baja y a 70° en la velocidad alta. Presione este botón nuevamente o un botón direccional para detener el barrido. Balayage automatique - Appuyer sur ce bouton pour activer le balayage du projecteur de gauche à droite, sur un angle de 90° à vitesse lente et de 70° à vitesse rapide. Appuyer sur ce bouton une nouvelle fois ou sur un bouton fléché pour arrêter le balayage.


502-2 & 503-2 instructions marinco.com

Para la instalación se necesita: • Dos (2) tornillos de cabeza troncocónica de acero inoxidable n.° 6 (la longitud y el tipo de los tornillos lo determinará la superficie de montaje) • Dos (2) conectores a tope para cables AWG n.° 16 Montaje del control remoto puente conectado por cableado e inalámbrico 1. Todos los controles remotos tienen protección IP54, lo que los hace resistentes a la intemperie. 2. Escoja una ubicación de montaje basada en la empaquetadura suministrada con el control remoto (el orificio grande debe estar hacia la parte superior). 3. Perfore orificios del tamaño correcto para los tornillos de montaje. El tamaño de los orificios en los controles remotos es para tornillos de cabeza troncocónica n.° 6. La longitud y el tipo de rosca deberán determinarse según la aplicación. Retire y deje a un lado las 2 cubiertas de los tornillos. 4. Perfore un orificio para el cableado. Tenga en cuenta que el orificio debe ser de 1,6 cm para que la unidad pueda permanecer nivelada. 5. Si va a montar el control remoto puente inalámbrico, necesitará una fuente de energía de 12 V o 24 V. Si va a montar el control remoto puente conectado por cableado

Instrucciones Instalación y uso de los controles remotos de los reflectores Precision

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permanente, no necesitará una fuente de energía local, y en su lugar, puede usar los cables púrpura y amarillo que van desde el reflector hacia el control remoto. Estos dos cables le proporcionarán energía al control remoto y controlarán el reflector. Los terminales del control remoto admiten un cable de 16 AWG hasta 26 AWG. La torsión máxima de los terminales es de 0,25 Nm. Pase los cables a través del orificio perforado en la superficie y la empaquetadura desde abajo. Para el control remoto puente inalámbrico, conecte los cables de la fuente de energía a los terminales positivo (+) y negativo (-) del control remoto. Para el control remoto puente conectado por cableado permanente, conecte los 2 cables del reflector. El cable amarillo debe conectarse en positivo (+) y el cable púrpura en el negativo (-). La torsión máxima de los terminales es de 0,25 Nm. Coloque el control remoto en la ubicación deseada, alinéelo con los orificios y apriételo. Instale las cubiertas de los tornillos al control remoto para ocultarlos.

Emparejamiento del control remoto inalámbrico y portátil montado con el reflector 1. Desconecte toda la energía del reflector.

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2. Conecte la energía al control remoto inalámbrico. Mantenga presionado el botón de encendido del control remoto inalámbrico. 3. Mientras presiona el botón de encendido, conecte la energía al reflector. 4. Después de unos segundos, escuchará que el relé hace un clic y la luz se encenderá. 5. Cuando se encienda la luz y el emparejamiento esté completo, suelte el botón de encendido. Emparejamiento de varios reflectores con controles remotos separados Si van a haber varios reflectores a 60 m de distancia uno del otro y usted quiere controlar cada uno de ellos con controles remotos independientes, siga las siguientes instrucciones. 1. Para el primer reflector, siga las instrucciones “Emparejamiento del puente inalámbrico y del control remoto inalámbrico portátil con el reflector” descritas anteriormente. 2. Para el segundo reflector, siga las instrucciones mencionadas anteriormente, pero mantenga presionado el botón de encendido Y el botón ARRIBA mientras inserta la batería en un control remoto SPLR-1 o conecta la energía a un control remoto SPLR-2. 3. Para el tercer reflector, siga las instrucciones mencionadas anteriormente, pero mantenga presionado el botón de encendido Y el botón DERECHA mientras inserta la batería en un control remoto SPLR-1 o conecta la energía a un control remoto SPLR-2. 4. Para el cuarto reflector, siga las instrucciones mencionadas anteriormente, pero mantenga presionado el botón de encendido Y el botón ABAJO mientras inserta la batería en 6

un control remoto SPLR-1 o conecta la energía a un control remoto SPLR-2. 5. Para el quinto reflector, siga las instrucciones mencionadas anteriormente, pero mantenga presionado el botón de encendido Y el botón IZQUIERDA mientras inserta la batería en un control remoto SPLR-1 o conecta la energía a un control remoto SPLR-2. Programación del control remoto cuando el reflector se monta boca abajo NOTA: Este procedimiento invierte los botones direccionales del control remoto. 1. Primero se debe completar el emparejamiento del control remoto descrito anteriormente. 2. Desconecte toda la energía del reflector. 3. Mantenga presionados los botones de inclinación ARRIBA y ABAJO del control remoto. 4. Mientras presiona los 2 botones, conecte la energía al reflector y continúe presionando los botones por unos cuantos segundos hasta que el reflector se incline hacia arriba o hacia abajo. 5. Ahora el reflector está configurado para el modo invertido. Suelte los botones. 6. Para volver a la configuración estándar del reflector, repita los pasos descritos anteriormente. Para aplicaciones de varios reflectores, visite las Preguntas frecuentes del Centro de Asistencia de nuestro sitio web: marinco.com ! ADVERTENCIA ANTES DE LA OPERACIÓN, RETIRE LA PELÍCULA AZUL DE LA CÁMARA


Especificaciones del control remoto

Energía Consumo de corriente (detenido / en uso) Alcance inalámbrico Vida útil estimada de la batería Dimensiones Peso Material de la carcasa Material del botón Cable Margen de temp. de funcionamiento Clasificación IP

Incluido * Control remoto puente inalámbrico (SPLR-2) 12 o 24 voltios (cableado permanente a la energía)

(Opcional) † Control remoto puente portátil (SPLR-1) Batería de botón CR2450

(Opcional) s Control remoto puente conectado por cableado (SPLR-3) 12 o 24 voltios (cableado permanente al reflector)

mínima

mínima

mínima

65m

65m

> 40 horas (uso continuo)

88mm x 57mm x 19mm 60g PC/ASA resistente a rayos UV Silicona (fosforescente) 16AWG

51mm x 96mm x 25mm 80g PC/ASA resistente a rayos UV Silicona (fosforescente) —

88mm x 57mm x 19mm 60g PC/ASA resistente a rayos UV Silicona (fosforescente) 24AWG

5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C)

5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C)

5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C)

IP54

IP56

IP54

* No se necesita un cableado proveniente del reflector hacia el control remoto puente. El reflector y el control remoto puente deben estar cableados de manera local a la energía. † El control remoto puente portátil incluye un acollador de muñeca y una base de montaje en superficie. s El control remoto puente conectado por cableado requiere un cableado permanente de 2 conductores desde el reflector hacia el puente.


502-2 & 503-2 instructions marinco.com

L’installation nécessite : • Deux (2) vis à tête cylindrique bombée n° 6 en acier inoxydable (type et longueur en fonction de la surface de montage) • Deux (2) connecteurs bout à bout n° 16 AWG Montage de la télécommande de pont câblée et sans fil 1. Toutes les télécommandes sont classées IP54 pour la résistance à l’eau. 2. Choisir un emplacement de fixation en fonction du joint fourni avec la télécommande (le grand trou doit être vers le haut). 3. Percer des trous de dimension correcte pour les vis de fixation. Les trous à travers les télécommandes sont prévus pour des vis à tête cylindrique n° 6. La longueur et le type de filetage devront être déterminés en fonction de l’installation considérée. Retirer les 2 capuchons de vis et les mettre de côté. 4. Percer le trou pour câblage. On notera que le trou doit être de 16 mm (5/8 po) pour que l’appareil repose à plat. 5. La télécommande de pont sans fil nécessite une alimentation électrique de 12 V ou 24 V. La télécommande de pont câblée ne nécessite pas d’alimentation électrique locale mais utilise les conducteurs violet et jaune qui 8 raccordent le projecteur à la télécommande. Ces deux

Mode d’emploi Installation et utilisation des télécommandes de projecteur Precision

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conducteurs assurent l’alimentation de la télécommande et la commande du projecteur. Les bornes de la télécommande acceptent des fils de 16 AWG à 26 AWG. Le couple de serrage maximal des bornes est de 2,21 po-lb (0,25 Nm). Tirer les fils par le dessous à travers le trou percé dans la surface et le joint. Pour la télécommande de pont sans fil, raccorder les fils de l’alimentation électrique aux bornes positive (+) et négative (-) de la télécommande. Pour la télécommande de pont câblée, raccorder les 2 fils du projecteur. Le fil jaune doit être raccordé à la borne (+) et le fil violet à la borne (-). Le couple de serrage maximal des bornes est de 2,21 po-lb (0,25 Nm). Placer la télécommande à l’emplacement souhaité, aligner les trous et serrer. Poser les capuchon de vis sur la télécommande pour masquer les vis.

Appariement d’une télécommande sans fil fixe ou portable au projecteur 1. Couper l’alimentation électrique du projecteur. 2. Mettre la télécommande sous tension. Tenir le bouton d’alimentation de la télécommande enfoncé. 3. Tout en tenant le bouton d’alimentation enfoncé, mettre le projecteur sous tension.


4. Au bout de quelques secondes, le déclic du relais doit être audible et la lampe doit s’allumer. 5. Lorsque la lampe s’allume, l’appariement est effectué; relâcher le bouton d’alimentation. Appariement de plusieurs projecteurs avec des télécommandes séparées Pour commander plusieurs projecteurs placés à moins de 60 m (200 pi) les uns des autres avec des télécommandes distinctes, suivre les instructions ci-dessous. 1. Pour le premier projecteur, suivre les instructions « Appariement d’une télécommande sans fil fixe ou portable au projecteur » ci-dessus. 2. Pour le deuxième projecteur, suivre les instructions ci-dessus mais en tenant le bouton d’alimentation ET le bouton fléché HAUT enfoncés tout en mettant la pile en place (télécommande SPLR-1) ou en raccordant l’alimentation électrique (télécommande SPLR-2). 3. Pour le troisième projecteur, suivre les instructions ci-dessus mais en tenant le bouton d’alimentation ET le bouton fléché DROIT enfoncés tout en mettant la pile en place (télécommande SPLR-1) ou en raccordant l’alimentation électrique (télécommande SPLR-2). 4. Pour le quatrième projecteur, suivre les instructions ci-dessus mais en tenant le bouton d’alimentation ET le bouton fléché BAS enfoncés tout en mettant la pile en place (télécommande SPLR-1) ou en raccordant l’alimentation électrique (télécommande SPLR-2).

5. Pour le cinquième projecteur, suivre les instructions cidessus mais en tenant le bouton d’alimentation ET le bouton fléché GAUCHE enfoncés tout en mettant la pile en place (télécommande SPLR-1) ou en raccordant l’alimentation électrique (télécommande SPLR-2). Programmation de la télécommande lors de pose du projecteur tête en bas REMARQUE : Cette procédure inverse les boutons directionnels de la télécommande. 1. L’appariement de la télécommande tel que décrit plus haut doit d’abord être effectué. 2. Couper l’alimentation électrique du projecteur. 3. Tenir les boutons d’inclinaison HAUT et BAS de la télécommande enfoncés. 4. Toute en tenant les deux boutons enfoncés, mettre le projecteur sous tension et continuer d’appuyer sur les boutons pendant quelques secondes jusqu’à ce que le projecteur s’incline vers le haut ou le bas. 5. Le projecteur est à présent configuré en mode inversé. Relâcher les boutons. 6. Pour revenir à la configuration normale du projecteur, répéter les étapes ci-dessus. Pour les installations à plusieurs projecteurs, consulter la rubrique FAQ dans la section de support de notre site Web : marinco.com ! AVERTISSEMENT RETIRER LA PELLICULE BLEUE DE L’OPTIQUE AVANT UTILISATION

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Caractéristiques de la télécommande

Alimentation Consommation de courant (veille/utilisation) Portée sans fil Autonomie estimée de la pile Dimensions Poids Matériau du boîtier Matériau des boutons Conducteur Plage de temp. d’exploitation Catégorie IP

Inclus * Télécommande de pont sans fil (SPLR-2) 12 ou 24 V (câblée à l’alimentation électrique)

(En option) † Télécommande de pont portable (SPLR-1)

(En option) s Télécommande de pont câblée (SPLR-3)

Pile bouton CR2450

12 ou 24 V (câblée au projecteur) négligeable

négligeable

négligeable

60 m (200 pi)

60 m (200 pi)

> 40 h (utilisation continue)

88mm x 57mm x 19mm 60g PC/ASA résistant aux UV Silicone (phosphorescent) 16AWG

51mm x 96mm x 25mm 80g PC/ASA résistant aux UV Silicone (phosphorescent) —

88mm x 57mm x 19mm 60g PC/ASA résistant aux UV Silicone (phosphorescent) 24AWG

5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C)

5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C)

5°F to 113°F (-15°C to 45°C)

IP54

IP56

IP54

* Aucun câblage nécessaire entre le projecteur et la télécommande de pont. Le projecteur et la télécommande de pont doivent être raccordée à une alimentation locale. † La télécommande de pont portable est fournie avec une dragonne et un berceau monté en surface. s La télécommande de pont câblée nécessite la pose de 2 conducteurs entre le projecteur et le pont.


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Mounting Template / Plantilla de montaje / Gabarit de montage 15.9 (5/8") [0.63]

Gasket outline Contorno de la empaquetadura Contour du joint

28.5 REF [1.12]

57.0 REF [2.24]

15.0 [0.59]

47.0 [1.85]

marinco.com ZX448 MAR_TL_031_0515

74.0 [2.91] 88.0 REF [3.46]

Screw hole diameter to suit mounting screw Diåmetro del orificio del tornillo para que quepa el tornillo de montaje Diamètre de trou de vis en fonction de la vis de fixation


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