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© 2008 Mercury Marine

Monitor III SmartCraft Gauge

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Information Basic Operation and Features.....................................................1 Automatic Engine Detection Feature...........................................2 Alarm Warnings with Descriptive Text.........................................3 Identifying and Using the Screen Categories..............................5 Settings Using the Light and Contrast Menu Options ...............................7 Setting the Units........................................................................14 Available Screens......................................................................17 Turning the Screens On............................................................. 17 Setting the Trim.........................................................................35 Setting the Offsets.....................................................................40 Setting the Tanks.......................................................................46 Setting the Alarms.....................................................................55 Setting the External Sensors.....................................................61 Setting the Clock........................................................................ 67 Smart Tow Settings...................................................................71 Setting the System..................................................................... 74 Reset Gauge to the Factory Default Settings............................76 Help Menu.................................................................................78

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........................... and Air Conditioning Screen..................................................................................................................124 Depth Screen..................111 Heating........................................ 89 Volts/Hours Screen...................................................108 Available Vessel Screens................81 Water Screen.......................125 Full Screens Full Screens Features and Options ..126 iv .......88 Engine Location Fuel Use .. Ventilation......................................................................................118 Tanks........................................93 Trim/Tab Screen.........................................................122 To Waypoint Screen..86 Fuel Pressure Screen...................92 Troll Control Screen.......85 Oil Screen..................................................................................................................................................................................................116 Trim Screen.....97 Vessel Menu Using the Vessel Screens...............................................................................................115 Range Screen...........................................................................................................119 Tabs Screen....................................................................................................97 Smart Tow....................................................................................................91 Trim Screen...............................................................................................................................123 Steering Screen......108 Trip Data Screen...................................86 Peak Speed Screen...................121 GPS Screen.........................90 Boost Pressure Screen..........114 Generator Screen......TABLE OF CONTENTS Propulsion Menu Using Propulsion Screens ...........................81 Available Propulsion Screens .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

.141 v ...............................................................................................141 Parts and Accessories Inquiries..........................141 Mercury Marine Service Offices.............136 Owners Service Assistance Service Away from Home.....141 Service Assistance.....................................................TABLE OF CONTENTS Favorites Screens Favorites Screen Features and Options................................................................131 Alarms Alarms Screen..................................................................

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Cruise control: Sets and controls the speed of the engine for cruising. The "+" and "–" buttons are used for setting engine speed for cruise control. The alarm screen will pop up. Engine Guardian System: Monitors the critical sensors on the engine for any early indication of problems. and setting gauge calibrations. Lights: Adjusts the brightness and contrast of the gauge. should always be connected to the starboard engine when using SmartCraft gauges version 4. To return to the previous screen. flashing a warning icon in the middle of the screen and the "AL" in the upper right side of the screen. Press the "+" button to display the descriptive text.0 or later. fuel. Warning system: The system sounds the warning horn and displays the warning "AL" in the right corner of the "Main Menu" screen. Buttons: The "MODE" button is used for selecting information screens.GENERAL INFORMATION Basic Operation and Features ! Main Menu AL Propulsion / ST Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms MODE 36875 Power up: The gauge will power up when the ignition is turned on. IMPORTANT: Optional sensors such as depth. hold the "MODE" button down for three to five seconds. The system will respond to a problem by reducing engine speed and alerting the operator to a potentially damaging situation. launch control. Launch control: Controls the speed of acceleration from idle to cruise speed. and steering angle. paddle wheel. 1 .

The first power up of the gauge. or after a reset all to factory default2. AUTODETECT ENGINE SMARTSCREEN PRESS MODE TO START MODE 35915 If the gauge shows a warning of "NO STARBOARD ENGINE" or "MULTIPLE STARBOARD ENGINES. the gauge will display "AUTODETECT." the engine location (port and starboard) must be selected by an authorized dealer equipped with the computer diagnostic system (CDS) tool. This will preset the data monitoring screens to make the initial setup easier. 2 . This feature automatically detects which engine type is used and configures the gauge to match that engine type.GENERAL INFORMATION Automatic Engine Detection Feature The SmartCraft monitor has an automatic engine detection feature." Press the "MODE" button to start the automatic engine detection feature and the gauge will determine the engine type.

Refer to the appropriate service manual for further explanation of the problem and the correct action to take."+" button to show descriptive text When a problem is detected. Alarms ! a AL System b ! [EXIT] [SHOW] MODE c 35736 a . press the "MODE" button to view the next warning display.GENERAL INFORMATION Alarm Warnings with Descriptive Text NOTE: Descriptive text alarm warning screens are displayed with Gen I (2007) engines and newer. Press the "+" button for more information.Flashing warning icon c . This screen gives a detailed description of the fault text. Immediately reduce the throttle speed to idle and refer to the warning messages. 3 . Press the "+" button to view the required corrective action.Flashing "AL" alarm b . The faulty component or warning is described in the text. If there are multiple alarms. the "AL" alarm appears and a pop‑up window with the alarm location and fault number will be displayed. the Engine Guardian System will respond to the problem by limiting engine power. This action will exit the warning screen. If a problem can cause immediate engine damage. the flashing alarm signal "AL" will appear in the upper right corner to indicate there still is a problem. If the "MODE" button is pressed to display a different screen. The alarm message will stay displayed until the "–" button is pressed.

The identified component expands to show additional text describing the fault.Additional text describing the fault 4 .System fault and code b .Component 2. Alarms <Ignition coil is not working properly> ! AL a b STBD Sys Fault 57 [EXIT] [NEXT] [ACTION] MODE 35738 a . the fault code.System fault and code b .GENERAL INFORMATION VIEWING DESCRIPTIVE TEXT 1. Alarms <Ignition> ! AL a b STBD Sys Fault 57 [EXIT] [NEXT] [MORE] MODE 35737 a . and what component is identified as a problem. Press the "+" button to view the descriptive warning text. When a problem is detected. the "AL" alarm will flash on the display and a pop‑up window displays the system where the fault is located.

Press the "+" button to go back to the component identification or press the "MODE" button to view the next descriptive warning text. and other items such as generators.GENERAL INFORMATION 3. troll control. • "Propulsion" contains all screens related to the propulsion system. tabs. Identifying and Using the Screen Categories The monitor displays engine and vessel information through various screens. trim. These screens can be selected to be favorites which will flash on the screen for a specific amount of time.Recommended action 4. • "Vessel" contains screens related to fuel use. Press the "–" button to exit the alarm screen. The "Settings" menu option allows the screens to be turned off or on. heating.System fault and code b . engine performance. and steering to name a few. The "Settings" menu option also allows the calibration of the monitor to the various different sensors like the fuel. tank levels. ventilation. and Smart Tow. tabs. and air conditioning (HVAC). 5 . Press the "+" button to view the descriptive recommended actions to proceed with. Alarms ! AL a b STBD Sys Fault 57 <See Dealer Soon> [EXIT] [NEXT] [BACK] MODE 35739 a . steering position. 5. GPS data. trim.

Press the "MODE" button to review the next fault. kilometers. identifies. and reset the gauge to the factory default settings. The full screen menu also displays some information as "Tri Data. Press the "+" button again to review the recommended corrective action to take. This time can be one second up to 30 seconds." There are five "Tri Data" screens. activate a GPS interface with the gauge. easy to read letters. One of the "Tri Data" screens displays the vessel speed as known through a paddle wheel sensor or GPS. adjust the contrast and brightness of the screen. or press the "–" button to exit the "Alarms" descriptive text screen. "Alarms" displays information on the location. tabs). adjust and correct various different sensor parameters (tanks. and the RPM at that vessel speed. select a digital or analog clock display. Press and hold the "–" and "+" buttons down three to five seconds to add the screen to the favorites menu. or "Full Screens" menu. select a type of measurement (knots. miles). select a screen color. The favorites will remain on the screen for a specific amount of time. give the gauge a specific name (up to 12 alpha characters). While in the "Alarms" category. press the "+" button for more detailed descriptive text about the fault. the peak vessel speed. "Favorites" are specific screens selected by the operator to be reviewed quickly. • • • 6 . trim. and advises a corrective action to take for all warning alarms. A total of nine screens can be selected from the "Propulsion" menu. "Vessel" menu.GENERAL INFORMATION • "Full screens" displays various information from the propulsion and vessel menu in large. "Settings" allows the user to turn on and off screens.

Press the "–" or "+" button to edit the contrast level of the monitor screen.SETTINGS Using the Light and Contrast Menu Options 1." press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu. 2. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 3. Light/Contrast Contrast 54 Brightness 100 Display Color Blue Button Color White No Color Sync [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35797 3. Press the "MODE" button to save the contrast setting. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Light/Contrast" menu. While in the "Main Menu. 2. 7 . CONTRAST 1. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Contrast" option.

DISPLAY COLOR The display backlighting color can be changed to red. press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Exit" option. Press the "MODE" button to edit the brightness of the monitor screen. green. 5. This is referred to as the color "Wave." 1. blue. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Display Color" option. the color will fade and change into the next color. 2. yellow. BRIGHTNESS 1. purple. To exit the "Light/Contrast" menu. After the 15 seconds. Light/Contrast Contrast 54 Brightness 100 Blue Display Color Button Color White No Color Sync [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35800 4. Press the "MODE" button to save the brightness setting. 8 . Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Light/Contrast" menu. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the brightness of the monitor screen. To exit the "Light/Contrast" menu. 2. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Brightness" option. 3. All the monitor colors can be selected to be displayed for approximately 15 seconds each. Press the "MODE" button to edit the display color of the monitor screen. press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Exit" option. and ice blue.SETTINGS 4. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Light/Contrast" menu. white.

" and "MODE" button light color can be changed to red." "+.SETTINGS 3. Press the "–" or "+" button to select a color. Light/Contrast Contrast 54 Brightness 100 Display Color Blue Button Color White No Color Sync [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35804 4. 5. or select "Wave" for the color of the monitor screen. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Button Color" option. After the 15 seconds. and ice blue. Press the "MODE" button to save the display color setting. green. purple. 9 . blue. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Light/Contrast" menu. yellow. Press the "MODE" button to edit the button colors. 2. the color will fade and change into the next color. All of the button colors can be selected to be displayed for approximately 15 seconds each. To exit the "Light/Contrast" menu." 1. press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Exit" option. BUTTON COLOR The "–. This is referred to as the color "Wave. white.

Turning the color synchronize on ("Yes"). To exit the "Light/Contrast" menu. 10 . Light/Contrast Contrast 54 Brightness 100 Display Color Blue Button Color White No Color Sync [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35806 4. press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Exit" option. or select "Wave" for the color of the buttons.SETTINGS 3. 5. Press the "MODE" button to save the button color setting. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Light/Contrast" menu. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Color Sync" option. Press the "–" or "+" button to select a color. turns the "Button Color" control feature off. COLOR SYNC The "Color Sync" feature selects the same color for the backlight and the buttons. 1.

11 . press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Exit" option. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes"). REMOTE LIGHT The "Remote Light" feature allows control of all the monitor gauge lighting from any monitor gauge. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Light/Contrast" menu. button color. 1. To exit the "Light/Contrast" menu. and night time mode.SETTINGS 2. Light/Contrast Contrast 54 Brightness 100 Display Color Blue Button Color White No Color Sync [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35810 3. This feature controls the brightness. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Remote Light" option. Two or more monitor gauges must have this feature turned on for the remote light feature to function. or turn the option off ("No"). display color.

Press the "–" button to highlight the "Remote Contrast" option. press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Exit" option. 12 . Two or more monitor gauges must have this feature turned on for the remote contrast feature to function. or turn the option off ("No"). REMOTE CONTRAST The "Remote Contrast" feature allows control of all the monitor gauge contrast from any monitor gauge. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Light/Contrast" menu. 1. To exit the "Light/Contrast" menu.SETTINGS 2. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes"). This feature controls only the contrast. Light/Contrast Color Sync Yes Remote Light Yes Remote Contrast No Night Time Mode No Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36307 3.

Press the "–" button to highlight the "Night Time Mode" option. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes"). or turn the option off ("No").SETTINGS 2. 1. significantly decreases the amount of backlighting on the gauge. 13 . Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Light/Contrast" menu. NIGHT TIME MODE "Night Time Mode" darkens the monitor screen. This mode when turned on. turning the letters and numbers to the color selected. Light/Contrast Color Sync Yes Remote Light Yes Remote Contrast No Night Time Mode No Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35812 3. press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Exit" option. To exit the "Light/Contrast" menu.

and the speed display to miles per hour ("MPH")." press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu. A third option automatically ("AUTO") selects the "Night Time Mode" when the ambient light conditions fade. 1. While in the "Main Menu. To exit the "Light/Contrast" menu. 14 . kilometers per hour ("KMH"). Setting the Units The "Units" menu option changes the display units of measurement to English ("Eng") or metric ("Met"). Light/Contrast Color Sync White Yes Remote Light Remote Contrast No Night Time Mode Yes Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35813 3. press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Exit" option. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes"). or turn the option off ("No"). or knots ("KN"). Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Light/Contrast" menu.SETTINGS 2.

Settings Light/Contrast Units Screen Trim Offsets [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35814 15 . Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu. 4. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Units" menu.SETTINGS 2. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Units" menu. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 3.

kilometers per hour ("KMH"). Press the "MODE" button to change the speed units to miles per hour ("MPH"). Units Display Speed Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] Eng MPH MODE 35815 6. or knots ("KN"). 16 . Press the "–" button to highlight the "Speed" unit. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option. Units Display Speed Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] Eng MPH MODE 35816 8. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Units" menu.SETTINGS 5. or metric ("Met"). Press the "MODE" button to change the display units to English ("Eng"). 7.

SETTINGS
Available Screens
Within the "Screens" menu, screens can be turned off or on. The "Full Screens" sub‑menu has eight full screens that can be turned off or on. Additionally within the "Full Screens" sub‑menu, there are up to five screens that are user modified and are called "Tri Data" that displays three user selected and arranged propulsion or vessel data. Screens that are turned off or on also have a direct relation to the various screens in the propulsion and vessel menus, and are dependant on the power package installed that supports the different sensors.
• • • • • • • • • • Full screens Quick reference Trim and RPM Peak speed Water information Oil information Fuel pressure Volts and hours Fuel used Depth • • • • • • • • • • Steering position Boost pressure Tabs Waypoint Troll control Temperature 2 HVAC Generator Screen synchronize Favorite slides

Turning the Screens On
FULL SCREENS OPTIONS 1. While in the "Main Menu," press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu.

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SETTINGS
2. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu.

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Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings

MODE
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3. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Screen" menu. 4. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Screen" menu.

Settings Light/Contrast Units Screen Trim Offsets
[DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ]

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5. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Full Screens" menu.

Screens Full Screens Quick Ref Trim/RPM Peak Speed Water Info
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6. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Speed" option on ("Yes") or off ("No").

Full Screens Speed Yes No Depth Coolant Temp No Clock No Oil Temp No
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7. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Depth" option.

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Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Coolant Temp" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Press the "–" button to highlight the "Coolant Temp" option. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Clock" option. 20 . 10.SETTINGS 8. Full Screens Speed Yes Yes Depth Coolant Temp Yes Clock No Oil Temp No [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36380 11. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Depth" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Full Screens Speed Yes Yes Depth Coolant Temp No Clock No Oil Temp No [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36379 9.

" Full Screens Speed Yes Yes Depth Coolant Temp Yes Clock Analog Oil Temp No [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36387 13. 21 . 14. or press the "MODE" button again to change the display to "Digital. Press the "MODE" button again to change the clock to an "Analog" display. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Oil Temp" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Full Screens Speed Yes Yes Depth Coolant Temp Yes Clock Digital Oil Temp Yes [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36388 15.SETTINGS 12. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Fuel Pressure" option. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Clock" option to off ("NO"). Press the "–" button to highlight the "Oil Temp" option.

18. Full Screens Fuel Pressure Yes No Oil Press Water Press No Tri Data Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36389 17. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Oil Press" option.SETTINGS 16. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Fuel Pressure" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). 19. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Water Press" option. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Oil Press" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). 22 .

Press the "–" button to highlight the "Tri Data" menu. 22.SETTINGS 20. Full Screens Fuel Pressure Yes Yes Oil Press Water Press Yes Tri Data Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36396 23 . Full Screens Fuel Pressure Yes Yes Oil Press Water Press Yes Tri Data Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36395 21. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Tri Data" option. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Water Press" option on ("Yes") or off ("No").

" "Speed. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Top" screen data option. To edit "Screen 1. NOTE: The information available for the "Top. The first "Tri Data" screen is turned on ("Yes") by default. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Left" screen option." "Oil Temp." and "Right" "Tri Data" is: "Hours." "Water Press." "Depth." "Left." "Coolant Temp." "Oil Press." "Clock. Tri Data Screen 1 Screen 2 Screen 3 Screen 4 Screen 5 [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes No No No No MODE 36398 24. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the "Top" data information." "RPM." "Temp 2. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Left" screen option." "Fuel Flow." "Seatemp. 25.SETTINGS 23. 28." press the "MODE" button twice." Tri Data Top Left Right Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] Clock Depth Battery [ UP ] MODE 36402 26." "Trim. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Top" screen option. 27." and "Battery. 24 .

31. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Left" screen data option. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the right side data information. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Right" screen option. 32. 35. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the left side data information. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Right" screen data option. 37. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Right" screen option. 33. 25 . Press the "–" button to highlight the "Screen 2" menu. Tri Data Top Left Right Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] Clock Depth Battery [ UP ] MODE 36403 30. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Screen 1" option. Tri Data Top Left Right Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] Clock Depth Battery [ UP ] MODE 36405 34. 36.SETTINGS 29.

press the "–" button to highlight the "Quick Ref" option. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Trim/RPM" option. While in the "Screens" menu. 2. Screens Full Screens Quick Ref Trim/RPM Peak Speed Water Info [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes No No No [ UP ] MODE 36423 3. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option. 26 . 39. Press the "MODE" button to turn "Screen 2" on ("Yes") and to edit the available data. When finished with the "Tri Data" screens. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Full Screens" menu. ADDITIONAL SCREENS OPTIONS 1.SETTINGS 38. Complete the process as explained in steps 24 through 36 for additional "Tri Data" screens.

Screens Full Screens Quick Ref Trim/RPM Peak Speed Water Info [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes Yes No No [ UP ] MODE 36428 5. Screens Full Screens Quick Ref Trim/RPM Peak Speed Water Info [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes Yes Yes No [ UP ] MODE 36431 7. 27 . Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Press the "–" button to highlight the "Peak Speed" option. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Water Info" option. 6. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No").SETTINGS 4.

10. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Fuel Pressure" option. 28 . Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Press the "–" button to highlight the "Oil Info" option.SETTINGS 8. Screens Water Info Oil Info Fuel Pressure Volts/Hours Fuel Used [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes Yes No No No [ UP ] MODE 36448 11. Screens Full Screens Quick Ref Trim/RPM Peak Speed Water Info [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes Yes Yes Yes [ UP ] MODE 36434 9.

29 . Screens Water Info Oil Info Fuel Pressure Volts/Hours Fuel Used [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes Yes Yes Yes No [ UP ] MODE 36451 15. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Press the "–" button to highlight the "Volts/Hours" option. Screens Water Info Oil Info Fuel Pressure Volts/Hours Fuel Used [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes Yes Yes No No [ UP ] MODE 36449 13. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Fuel Used" option. 14.SETTINGS 12. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No").

Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No").SETTINGS 16. Screens Fuel Used Depth Steering Boost Pressure Tabs [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes Yes No No No [ UP ] MODE 36455 19. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Steering" option. NOTE: The "Depth" screen must be turned on to enable the depth alarms. Screens Fuel Used Depth Steering Boost Pressure Tabs [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes No No No No [ UP ] MODE 36454 17. 30 . Press the "–" button to highlight the "Depth" option. 18. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No").

31 . Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No").SETTINGS 20. Screens Fuel Used Depth Steering Boost Pressure Tabs [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes Yes Yes No No [ UP ] MODE 36456 21. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Tabs" option. 22. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Press the "–" button to highlight the "Boost Pressure" option. Screens Fuel Used Depth Steering Boost Pressure Tabs [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes Yes Yes Yes No [ UP ] MODE 36459 23.

Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). 26. NOTE: The "Temp 2" option is not available at the time of this document printing. Screens Fuel Used Depth Steering Boost Pressure Tabs [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes [ UP ] MODE 36463 25.SETTINGS 24. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). 32 . Press the "–" button to highlight the "Way point" option. Press the "–" button to bypass the "Temp 2" option and move to the "Troll Control" option. Screens Way point Temp 2 Troll Control HVAC System Generator [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes N/A No No No [ UP ] MODE 36732 27.

Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No").SETTINGS 28. 33 . Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Press the "–" button to highlight the "Generator" option. Screens Way point Temp 2 Troll Control HVAC System Generator [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes N/A Yes Yes No [ UP ] MODE 36735 31. 30. Press the "–" button to highlight the "HVAC System" option. Screens Way point Temp 2 Troll Control HVAC System Generator [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes N/A Yes No No [ UP ] MODE 36733 29.

NOTE: The "Favorites Slide" seconds must be displayed for the "Favorites" menu option to function. This screen cannot be activated when connected to a power package. Screens Generator Simulator Screen Sync Favorites Slide Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] No No Yes OFF [ UP ] MODE 36473 35. Select from 1 to 30 seconds to display the selected favorites. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). 34. NOTE: The "Simulator" option is available when the monitor is powered with a 12 volt source for display purpose only. 34 . Press the "–" button to highlight the "Favorites Slide" option.SETTINGS 32. Screens Generator No No Simulator Screen Sync No Favorites Slide OFF Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36472 33. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Screen Sync" option. Press the "MODE" button to turn the option on ("Yes") or off ("No").

Press the "MODE" button to edit the number of seconds the favorites will display. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Screens" menu." press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu. turn the high resolution on or off.SETTINGS 36. and calibrate the gauge to the sensor. change the length of time the pop‑up window remains on the screen. Setting the Trim Editing the trim settings menu allows you to turn the trim pop‑up on or off. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Favorites Slide" option. 1. A high resolution setting will cause the monitor to display the trim position with more detailed information. Press the "+" or "–" to change the number of seconds. Screens Generator Simulator Screen Sync Favorites Slide Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] No No Yes 10 s [ UP ] MODE 36474 38. 39. 35 . 37. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option. While in the "Main Menu.

Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu. Settings Light/Contrast Units Screen Trim Offsets [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35927 36 .SETTINGS 2. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Trim" menu. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 3. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Trim" menu. 4.

Press the "–" button to highlight the "Popup Time" option. Press the "MODE" button to turn the high resolution option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Trim Popup High Resol. 7. Popup Time Calibration Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes No 1s MODE 35928 6. 9. Popup Time Calibration Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes Yes 1s [ UP ] MODE 35929 8. Press the "MODE" button to edit the length of time the trim pop‑up window option remains on the screen.SETTINGS 5. 37 . Press the "–" button to highlight the "High Resol" option. Press the "MODE" button to turn the trim "Popup" window option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Trim Popup High Resol.

Press the "–" button to highlight the "Calibration" option. 13. An instruction window will pop‑up stating to trim full down and press the "+" button when ready. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Popup Time" option.SETTINGS 10. Popup Time Calibration Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] Yes Yes 5s [ UP ] MODE 35932 11. Press the "–" or "+" to change the length of time the trim pop‑up window option remains on the screen. The trim pop‑up window length of time can be changed from 1 to 10 seconds. 12. Trim Popup High Resol. Press Plus Button Popup Time when ready ! Calibration Exit [ DFLT ] [QUIT] Yes Yes 5s [SAVE ] MODE 35933 38 . Press the "MODE" button to calibrate the gauge to the trim position sensor. Trim Popup Trim full DOWN High Resol.

Press the "MODE" button to return to the "Settings" menu. the pop‑up window instructions will change stating to trim full up and press the "+" button when ready. the pop‑up window instructions will change stating to trim to the trailer point and press the "+" button when ready. Trim Popup Trim full UP High Resol. After pressing the "+" button. 18. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option. point Popup Time 5s Press Plus Button Calibration when ready ! Exit [ DFLT ] [QUIT] [SAVE ] MODE 35935 16. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option. Press the "+" button to return to the "Calibration" option. 39 . Trim Yes Popup Trim to the TRAILER Yes High Resol.SETTINGS 14. Press Plus Button Popup Time when ready ! Calibration Exit [ DFLT ] [QUIT] Yes Yes 5s [SAVE ] MODE 35934 15. 17. After pressing the "+" button. Press the "MODE" button to return to the "Main Menu" screen.

pitot pressure. 2. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Offsets" menu. and steering position. and corrects the amount of fuel used. sets a transition speed from one speed sensor to another. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Offsets" menu. 4. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu. depth. Sensors that can be modified are. Settings Light/Contrast Units Screen Trim Offsets [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35898 5. 1.SETTINGS Setting the Offsets The "Offsets" menu allows for compensation for inaccurate sensors. inverts a steering sensor. paddle wheel hertz. While in the "Main Menu. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 3." press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu. 40 . Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Seatemp" option. sea temperature.

2 °C (‑10 to 10 °F). Press the "–" button to highlight the "Paddle" option. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the depth offset. 41 . Offsets Seatemp Depth Paddle Pitot Trans.00 5 [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35908 11. 9.3 to ‑12. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Depth" option. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Seatemp" option. 8. Speed 6F 0 ft 4.9 1.SETTINGS 6. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the sea temperature correction from ‑23. 10.00 5 [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35900 7. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Depth" option. Offsets Seatemp Depth Paddle Pitot Trans. 13.9 1. The depth offset can be changed ± 30. 12. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Depth" option. Speed 6F 6 ft 4.5 m (100 ft). Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Paddle" option.

16. Offsets Seatemp Depth Paddle Pitot Trans.00 5 [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35911 15. 18. Speed 6F 6 ft 4. The offset can be changed from 0. 20.4 Hz to 6. Speed" option. Offsets Seatemp Depth Paddle Pitot Trans. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Pitot" option. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Pitot" option. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Trans. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the pitot offset. 17. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the paddle offset. 21. 42 .SETTINGS 14.50 to 1. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Trans. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Paddle" option.4 Hz. Speed" option.9 1.50. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Pitot" option. Speed 6F 6 ft 4.00 5 [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35912 19.9 1. The offset can be changed from 3.

00 25 [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35917 23. Speed" option. Offsets Seatemp Depth Paddle Pitot Trans. or turn the option off ("No"). 43 . 27. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Steer Inv" option on ("YES"). The transition speed can be changed from 8 km/h (5 mph) to 56 km/h (35 mph). Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Steer Inv" option. 24. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Steer Inv" option. 28. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the speed where the paddle wheel sensor transitions to the pitot or GPS. Speed Steer Inv Steering Fuel Used Exit 25 Yes 0 [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35918 26. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Steering" option. Speed 6F 6 ft 4.9 1. Offsets Trans. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Trans. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Steering" option.SETTINGS 22. 25.

44 . Offsets Trans. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Fuel Used" option. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Steering" option. 34.SETTINGS 29. The offset can be changed ± 30 degrees. Offsets Trans. 32. 31. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Fuel Used" option. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the steering offset. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the multiplier offset.50 to 1. Speed Steer Inv Steering Fuel Used Exit 25 Yes 10 [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35921 33. Speed Steer Inv Steering Fuel Used Exit 25 Yes 10 [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35919 30. The offset can be changed from 0.50. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Multiplier" option.

but the actual fuel that was added is only 8 gallons. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option.80. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Offsets" menu.0 gallons. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option. If the gauge indicates that 10 gallons of fuel was used. but the actual fuel that was added is 14 gallons. If the gauge indicates that 10 gallons of fuel was used. change the "Add Fuel" to 8. 36. If the gauge indicates that 10 gallons of fuel was used. change the "Add Fuel" to 14. 45 . If the gauge indicates that 10 gallons of fuel was used.0. Fuel Used Multiplier 1.0 Add Fuel 0. The gauge will calculate the multiplier and will automatically change the number in the "Multiplier" option. but the actual fuel that was added is 14 gallons.40. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Fuel Used" option. change the multiplier to 0. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Add Fuel" option. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the amount of fuel that was actually added to the fuel tank to correct for fuel capacity errors. change the multiplier to 1. NOTE: The "Add Fuel" option functions the same as the multiplier. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Multiplier" option. 37.SETTINGS NOTE: The "Multiplier" is used to fine‑tune the fuel gauge sender to correct for fuel used errors. 39. 38. but the actual fuel that was added is only 8 gallons.0 G Exit [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35922 35.

choose "Add Fuel Method.SETTINGS Setting the Tanks There are two tanks available for each power package installed on the vessel. While in the "Main Menu." "Default Calibration" assumes the tank is uniformly shaped and that each quarter of the tank holds a quarter of its total capacity. fuel. When "Not inst" is selected. Two different methods are available to calibrate the tanks: For linear shaped fuel tanks. or waste on four‑stroke engines and will automatically default to oil if the gauge is installed on a vessel with a two‑stroke engine." or the capacity will revert back to its former value. the options for setting the tank capacity and the calibration cannot be edited. choose "Default Calibration. 46 .S. The second tank can be designated as not installed ("Not inst")." For irregularly shaped fuel tanks. Water and waste tanks are typical to this linear shape tank and are automatically set to the "Default Calibration. water." Fuel must be added to the tank for each quarter of the capacity when using this method. NOTE: Tank capacity must be calibrated by either the "Default Calibration. TANK 1 1. The maximum fuel capacity is 2271 Liter (600 U. The "Add Fuel Method" should be performed in the water for an accurate representation of the tank capacity. Tank number "1" can be designated as not installed ("Not inst") or fuel. gal)." or "Add Fuel Method." press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu.

Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Tank 1 Type" option. 47 . Settings Tanks Alarms Est. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Tanks" menu. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu.SETTINGS 2. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 3. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Tanks" menu. Sensors Clock SmartTow [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35879 5. 4.

Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel 100. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Tank 1 Vol" option. 8. 48 .0 G Tank 1 Vol Tank 1 Cal Tank 2 Type Not inst. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Tank 1 Type" option.0 G Tank 1 Vol Tank 1 Cal Tank 2 Type Not inst. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Tank 1 Vol" capacity.S. 10. gal). 9.SETTINGS 6. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the capacity of the tank. Holding the button down will scroll through the numbers. NOTE: The maximum capacity is 2271 Liter (600 U. Tank 2 Vol [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35881 11. Tank 2 Vol [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35880 7. Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel 0. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the tank setting. Press the "MODE" button to edit the capacity.

SETTINGS 12. 49 ." Fuel must be added to the tank for each quarter of the capacity when using this method. NOTE: The following procedure is used for the "Default Calibration" method. Water and waste tanks are typical to this linear shape tank." "Default Calibration" assumes the tank is uniformly shaped and that each quarter of the tank holds a quarter of its total capacity. The "Add Fuel Method" should be performed in the water for an accurate representation of the tank capacity. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Tank 1 Cal" option. choose "Add Fuel Method. NOTE: Two different methods are available to calibrate the tanks: For linear shaped fuel tanks. Press the "MODE" button to select the type of calibration. For irregularly shaped fuel tanks.0 G Tank 1 Vol Tank 1 Cal Tank 2 Type Not inst. Tank 2 Vol [ DFLT ] [ QUIT ] [ ADD ] MODE 35886 13. Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel 100. choose "Default Calibration.

0 G Tank 1 Vol Add 1 Cal TankFuel Method Tank 2 Type Not inst. Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel Default Calibration or 100. Press the "MODE" button to finish "(OK)" and exit the "Tank 1 Cal" option. 50 .0 G Tank 1 Vol OK Tank 1 Cal Tank 2 Type Not inst. Tank 2 Vol [ DFLT ] [ QUIT ] [ ADD ] MODE 35882 15. Press the "–" button to choose the "Default Calibration" method or press the "MODE" button to quit the calibration. Tank 2 Vol [ OK ] MODE 35884 NOTE: The following procedure is used for the "Add Fuel Method" of calibration. Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel Calibration 100.SETTINGS 14.

0 G Tank 1 Vol 0. Press the "+" button to save and edit the "Add Fuel Method" of calibration. Tank 2 Vol [ DFLT ] [ QUIT ] [ ADD ] MODE 35887 17. Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel Calibrating Empty Tank: 100.SETTINGS 16. Tank Plus Button when ready! Tank 2 Vol [ SAVE ] MODE 35889 51 . Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel Default Calibration or 100. Press the "+" button to choose the "Add Fuel Method" or press the "MODE" button to quit the calibration.0 Gallons Tank 1 Cal Press 2 Type Not inst.0 G Tank 1 Vol Add 1 Cal TankFuel Method Tank 2 Type Not inst.

Tank 2 Vol [ OK ] MODE 36794 52 .. Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel Calibrating 1/4 Tank: G 100. The fuel level sensor must change a minimal value when adding fuel. Press the "+" button to save the calibration.") will be visible on the screen.0 Tank Defaulting to G values.SETTINGS 18. The manual calibration process will stop when the error message appears. Tank 1 Cal Tank 2 Type Not inst. an error message stating the calibration is defaulting to values ("Error! Defaulting to values. The fuel tank must be emptied and the manual calibration process must be repeated. Add 25 percent of the fuel capacity to the empty fuel tank.0 Tank 1 Vol 25. Tank Plus Button when ready! Tank 2 Vol [ SAVE ] MODE 36788 19.. If the fuel level sensor does not change to the minimal value any time during the add fuel calibration.0 Gallons Tank 1 Cal Press 2 Type Not inst.. The gauge will list the quantity of fuel to add for each quarter.. Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel Error !1 Vol 100..

Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel Fill to 1/2: 50 GallonsG 100.SETTINGS 20.0 Tank 1 Vol Tank 1 Cal Press 2 Type Not inst. Tank Plus Button when ready! Tank 2 Vol [ SAVE ] MODE 36791 53 . Add 25 percent more fuel capacity to the fuel tank. Add 25 percent more fuel capacity to the fuel tank.0 Tank 1 Vol Tank 1 Cal Press 2 Type Not inst. Tank Plus Button when ready! Tank 2 Vol [ SAVE ] MODE 36790 21. Press the "+" button to save the calibration. Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel Fill to 3/4: 75 GallonsG 100. Press the "+" button to save the calibration.

0 G Tank 1 Vol Tank 1 Cal Tank 2 Type Not inst.0 Gallons Cal Tank 1 Press 2 Type Not inst. Press the "+" button to save the calibration. Tank Plus Button when ready! Tank 2 Vol [ SAVE ] MODE 36792 23. Tank 2 Vol [ OK ] MODE 36793 24. 54 . Press the "MODE" button to exit the calibration process. Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel Fill until Vol 100.SETTINGS 22. Tanks Tank 1 Type Fuel Calibrations OK 100. The screen on the monitor will state the fuel tank calibration is successful ("Calibration OK"). Add 25 percent more fuel capacity to fill the fuel tank.0 G Tank 1 full: 100. 25. Press the "–" button to edit the "Tank 2 Type" option.

fuel. air conditioning (HVAC) unit. The maximum fuel capacity is 2271 Liter (600 U.9 in. When fuel is selected for tank 2. Setting the Alarms Alarm settings can be customized to the vessel specifications and to the preference of the owner. the calibration methods are the same as tank 1.) and the deep water depth alarm can be adjusted to 300 m (984 ft). 1. the second tank will default to oil automatically and cannot be calibrated. and waypoint distance alarms can be turned off or on. While in the "Main Menu. or waste when installed on a vessel with a four‑stroke engine.S. Low fuel and critical fuel levels cannot be disabled." When the gauge is installed on a vessel with a two‑stroke engine. These levels can be adjusted down to 10 percent of the fuel tank volume. The shallow water depth alarm can be adjusted to 10 cm (3. but can be adjusted to the preference of the owner. can have these alarms turned off or on. gal). The shallow water depth. ventilation. the calibration is automatically selected as default and will estimate the level based on a linear shape capacity and the calibration cannot be edited. The pop‑up alarm warning for these settings can be turned off or on. Choose between the "Default Calibration" method or "Add Fuel Method. 55 . deep water depth. Vessels equipped with a generator or a heating." press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu. water.SETTINGS TANK 2 The second tank can be designated as not installed ("Not inst"). When the tank is designated as water or waste.

Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Alarms" menu. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 3. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Fuel Critical" option. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Alarms" menu. 4. Settings Alarms Ext. Sensors Clock SmartTow System [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35858 5. 56 .SETTINGS 2.

Alarms Fuel Critical Fuel Low Depth Shallow Depth Deep Waypoint Dist [DOWN] [EDIT] 10 % 25 % OFF OFF OFF [ UP ] MODE 35859 7. Press the "–" or "+" to edit the "Fuel Low" percentage. 57 . Alarms Fuel Critical Fuel Low Depth Shallow Depth Deep Waypoint Dist [DOWN] [EDIT] 10 % 25 % OFF OFF OFF [ UP ] MODE 35860 11. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Depth Shallow" option. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Depth Shallow" option.SETTINGS 6. or more than the "Fuel Low" alarm setting. 10. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Fuel Low" option. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Fuel Low" option. This percentage cannot be set lower than 10. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Fuel Critical" option. 13. 12. 9. Press the "–" or "+" to edit the "Fuel Critical" percentage. or more than 50 percent. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Fuel Low" option. This percentage cannot be set lower than 10. 8.

9 in." Alarms Fuel Critical Fuel Low Depth Shallow Depth Deep Waypoint Dist [DOWN] [EDIT] 10 % 25 % 0.7 ft OFF [ UP ] MODE 35864 19.SETTINGS 14.3 ft 0. 16. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Depth Deep" option.) when the "Depth Shallow" is set to "OFF. 17. Press the "–" or "+" to edit the "Depth Deep" option. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Depth Deep" option. The minimum setting is 21. 58 .) and the maximum setting is 300 m (984 ft). Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Depth Deep" option. 18.4 in.3 cm (8. Press the "–" or "+" to edit the "Depth Shallow" option. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Depth Shallow" option. NOTE: The minimum setting can be set to 9.6 in.3 ft OFF OFF [ UP ] MODE 35862 15.1 cm (3. The minimum setting is 10 cm (3. Alarms Fuel Critical Fuel Low Depth Shallow Depth Deep Waypoint Dist [DOWN] [EDIT] 10 % 25 % 0.) and the maximum setting is 100 m (328 ft).

3 ft Depth Deep 0. Alarms Waypoint Dist Generator HVAC Popup Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] 0. 22.1 M [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35865 23.7 ft Waypoint Dist 0. 24.1 M Yes No No [ UP ] MODE 35872 26. 59 .3 mile). Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Waypoint Dist" option. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Waypoint Dist" option. The minimum setting is 161 m (0. NOTE: A generator capable of sending data on the control area network (CAN) must be installed to edit this option. Press the "–" or "+" to edit the "Waypoint Dist" option.SETTINGS 20. 21. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Generator" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). 25.1 mile) and the maximum setting is 482 m (0. Press the "–" button to highlight the "HVAC" option. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Generator" option. Alarms Fuel Critical 10 % 25 % Fuel Low Depth Shallow 0. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Waypoint Dist" option.

Alarms Waypoint Dist Generator HVAC Popup Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] 0.SETTINGS NOTE: A HVAC unit capable of sending data on the control area network (CAN) must be installed to edit this option. 60 . Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Alarms" menu. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "HVAC" option on ("Yes") or off ("No").1 M Yes Yes Yes [ UP ] MODE 35876 30.1 M Yes Yes No [ UP ] MODE 35875 28. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Popup" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Alarms Waypoint Dist Generator HVAC Popup Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] 0. 29. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Popup" option. 27.

These include sea temperature. The external sensors menu also can change how the speed is recognized. GPS. A high speed sensor must be installed for an accurate speed to be displayed when the 1379 kPa (200 psi) is selected. to a high speed 1379 kPa (200 psi) sensor. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 3. steering. paddle wheel. and tabs. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu. 1. While in the "Main Menu. The type of pitot sensor can be changed from 689 kPa (100 psi) for most vessel applications. GPS. trim. speed. Sensors" menu. 2.SETTINGS Setting the External Sensors The external sensors menu turns a number of sensors off or on. pitot. and at what speed the transition to a different sensor occurs." press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Ext. 61 .

Ext. Sensors Clock System Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35837 5. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Ext. Settings Alarms Ext. Sensors Yes Seatemp No Trim No GPS Enabled Speed No Steering [DOWN] [EDIT] MODE 35838 6. Sensors" menu. 62 . Press the "–" button to highlight the "Trim" option. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Seatemp" option on ("Yes") or off ("No").SETTINGS 4.

SETTINGS 7. Sensors Yes Seatemp Yes Trim No GPS Enabled Speed No Steering [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35840 8. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Speed" option. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Trim" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). NOTE: The "GPS Enabled" must be turned on ("Yes") for any of the GPS functions on the monitor to be used. Ext. Sensors Yes Seatemp Yes Trim Yes GPS Enabled Speed No Steering [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35843 10. 9. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "GPS Enabled" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). 63 . Ext. Press the "–" button to highlight the "GPS Enabled" option.

64 . Speed Yes Use Paddle No Use Pitot Pitot Type 100 PSI Use GPS Speed No Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] MODE 35845 13. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Speed" options. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Use Paddle" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Sensors Yes Seatemp Yes Trim Yes GPS Enabled Speed No Steering [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35844 12. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Use Pitot" option. Ext.SETTINGS 11.

16.SETTINGS 14. Speed Yes Use Paddle Yes Use Pitot Pitot Type 100 PSI Use GPS Speed No Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35846 15." Speed Yes Use Paddle Use Pitot Yes Pitot Type 100 PSI Use GPS Speed No Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35847 17. Press the "MODE" button to change the sensor to "100 PSI" or "200 PSI. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Use GPS Speed" option. 65 . Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Use Pitot" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Press the "–" button to highlight the "Pitot Type" option.

Ext. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Steering" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Press the "–" button to highlight the "Steering" option. Sensors GPS Enabled Yes Speed Yes Steering Tabs No Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35853 22. 21. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Speed" option. Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Use GPS Speed" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Press the "–" to highlight the "Exit" option. NOTE: The "Steering" options will function only when the power package is equipped with a steering sensor. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Tabs" option. 20. Speed Yes Use Paddle Use Pitot Yes Pitot Type 100 PSI Use GPS Speed Yes Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35848 19. 66 . NOTE: The "Tabs" options will function only when the vessel is equipped with a tab sensor.SETTINGS 18.

" press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu. 1. PM) day. Sensors GPS Enabled Yes Speed Yes Steering Tabs Yes Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35855 24. While in the "Main Menu. Ext. 67 . Press the "MODE" button to turn the "Tabs" option on ("Yes") or off ("No"). It can also be updated automatically when using a GPS. The UTC can be offset from ‑13 hours to +13 hours.SETTINGS 23. Setting the Clock The "Clock" can be set to display a 24 hour day or a 12 hour (AM. Sensors") menu for the GPS menus to be enabled. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Ext Sensors" menu. The GPS must be turned on ("Yes") in the external sensors ("Ext. The clock setting must have the "GPS Update" turned on ("Yes") for the universal time coordinated (UTC) to function. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option.

Sensors Clock SmartTow System Help [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35826 4. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Clock" menu.SETTINGS 2. 68 . Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 3. Settings Ext. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Clock" menu.

Clock Clock Format Hour Min GPS Update GPS UTC [DOWN] [EDIT] 24h 13 45 No 0h [ UP ] MODE 35828 9. or 24 hour ("24h"). Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Hour" option.SETTINGS 5. 7. 8. Clock Clock Format Hour Min GPS Update GPS UTC [DOWN] [EDIT] 24h 13 45 No 0h [ UP ] MODE 35827 6. Press the "MODE button to change the "Clock Format" option to 12 hour ("12h"). 69 . 10. Press the "Mode" button to exit the hour edit mode. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Min" option. Press the "–" or "+" button to edit the hour time. 11. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Hour" option. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Min" option.

Clock Clock Format Hour Min GPS Update GPS UTC [DOWN] [EDIT] 24h 13 45 Yes 0h [ UP ] MODE 35830 16. press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option. Clock Clock Format Hour Min GPS Update GPS UTC [DOWN] [EDIT] 24h 13 45 No 0h [ UP ] MODE 35829 13. display GPS speed. 70 . Press the "–" button to highlight the "GPS UTC" option. set waypoints. latitude. Press the "–" or "+" button to edit the minutes time. 15. Press the "MODE" button to change the "GPS Update" option to on ("Yes") or off ("No"). Press the "Mode" button to exit the minutes edit mode. NOTE: A GPS must be connected to the monitor for the "GPS Update" to function. and longitude. UTC time. A SmartCraft GPS puck must be installed to use the GPS speed based cruise control. Press the "–" button to highlight the "GPS Update" option. If a GPS is not available. Press the "MODE" button to exit the clock menu.SETTINGS 12. 14.

medium. low. While in the "Main Menu. 20. 1. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "GPS UTC" option. or high." press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu. 71 . Press the "–" or "+" button to edit the UTC offset time according to your vessel's location.SETTINGS 17. "Smart Tow" settings also allows the user to select the type of speed filter to use. Use the filters if the paddle wheel speed is unstable causing unwanted engine RPM fluctuation. 18. Clock Hour Min GPS Update GPS UTC Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] 13 45 Yes 0h [ UP ] MODE 35836 19. The UTC can be offset from ‑13 hours to +13 hours. Smart Tow Settings The "Smart Tow" settings allows the user to select the type of speed sensor to use when Smart Tow is in use. The "LOW" filter setting is the most responsive and will allow more actual speed fluctuation than when the filter is turned "OFF. Choosing "OFF" has the most sensitivity and will maintain the vessel speed with less fluctuation in the actual speed." The "HIGH" filter setting is the least responsive and will allow the most speed fluctuation and will slow the rate at which the speed changes. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "GPS UTC" option. Choose to turn the filter off. Press the "–" to highlight the "Exit" option and press the "MODE" button to exit the "Clock" menu.

Settings Ext.SETTINGS 2. 4. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 3. Sensors Clock SmartTow System Help [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36889 72 . Press the "–" button to highlight the "Smart Tow" menu. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Smart Tow" menu.

" or "HIGH. 7. Press the "MODE" button to change the Smart Tow "Speed Input" option to paddle wheel ("Paddle") or to global position satellite "GPS." SmartTow Speed Input Paddle Speed Filter OFF Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35854 8. Press the "MODE" button to change the filter to "OFF." "MEDIUM." SmartTow Speed Input Paddle Speed Filter OFF Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] MODE 35849 6. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Speed Filter" option. 73 ." "LOW.SETTINGS 5. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option and press "MODE" to exit the "Smart Tow" menu.

SETTINGS Setting the System GAUGE IDENTIFICATION NAME 1. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "System" menu. Press the "–" button to highlight the "System" menu. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu. 4. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 3. While in the "Main Menu. 2. Settings Clock SmartTow System Help Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35747 74 ." press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu.

After the last character is saved. There is one empty character and 26 letter characters available. All twelve characters must be selected before exiting the "Name" option. 75 . To save the letter and move to the next letter selection. Press the "MODE" button to access the "Name" option. press the "MODE" button. Press the "–" or "+" to choose the first letter of the gauge name. NOTE: The gauge name can contain up to twelve characters. The name window will open up on the right side of the gauge. Settings AAAA Name Reset All Exit [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 35793 7. Settings Name Reset All Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] MODE 35792 6. the name window is not active and the program returns to the "Name" option.SETTINGS 5.

eliminating any installation and calibrations performed during the set up of the product." Settings Alarms Ext Sensors Clock System Exit [OK] [ UP ] MODE 35795 Reset Gauge to the Factory Default Settings IMPORTANT: Performing a reset will return the gauge to the factory defaults." press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu. Press "MODE" again to return to the "Main Menu. Press the "–" or "+" to highlight the "EXIT" option and press "MODE" to return to the "Settings" menu.SETTINGS 8. 1. Settings AAAA Name Reset All Exit [OK] [ UP ] MODE 35794 9. While in the "Main Menu. 76 . Press the "–" or "+" to highlight the "EXIT" option and press "MODE" to return to the "Settings" menu.

SETTINGS 2. Press the "–" button to highlight the "System" menu. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 3. 4. 77 . Press the "–" button to highlight the "Reset All" option. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "System" menu. Settings Clock SmartTow System Help Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35747 5. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu.

" press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu. Press the "+" to reset the gauge to the factory default settings or press the "MODE" button to quit the reset function. 78 . While in the "Main Menu. Settings Name Main Reset All Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 35756 7. Settings Name Main RESET all your Settings to Factory Defaults? [QUIT] [ YES ] MODE 35757 Help Menu 1. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Reset All" option.SETTINGS 6.

4. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 3. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Help" menu. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Help" menu. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu. Settings Clock SmartTow System Help Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36186 79 .SETTINGS 2.

Help Favorites Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] MODE 36435 6. Press the "MODE" button to return to the main "Help" menu.SETTINGS 5. 8. Help Favorites Add your Favorite Exit screen by holding the + and . Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option and press the "MODE" button to exit the "Settings" menu. 9. 80 . Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option and press the "MODE" button to exit the "Help" menu. A window will pop‑up stating to hold the "+" and "–" button down when the screen you desire to be part of the "Favorites" is visible on the monitor. Press the "MODE" button to view how to select a screen to be displayed as a favorite.button in the screen you like to add [ OK ] MODE 36453 7.

PROPULSION MENU
Using Propulsion Screens
The "Propulsion" menu screens will display information about the boat propulsion systems. Screens that are available in the "Propulsion" menu may vary according to the engine type, but may include the following: • Battery voltage • RPM • Water pressure • Coolant temperature • Oil temperature • Oil pressure • Peak speed • Boost pressure • Peak RPM • Trim position • Tab position • Troll control • Smart Tow

Available Propulsion Screens
The quick reference screen views current data on the battery state of charge, engine temperature, and oil pressure. When these items are within normal operating parameters, each reference will display "OK." When these items are not within normal operating parameters, a flashing triangle icon will appear.
Quick Ref

Quick Reference

Bat Temp Bar ! OK OK
[ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 36076

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PROPULSION MENU
Water

Water

Displays the engine RPM, vessel speed through the active sensor, coolant temperature, and water pressure.

RPM Speed Coolant Temp Water Press

2050 RPM 12.7 MPH PDL 195 oC 8.36 Bar
36081

[ EXIT ] [ NEXT ]

Oil

Oil

Displays the engine RPM, vessel speed through the active sensor, oil temperature, and oil pressure.

RPM Speed Oil Temp Oil Press

2050 RPM 12.7 MPH PDL 205 oC 2.84 Bar
36085

[ EXIT ] [ NEXT ]

Peak Speed

Displays the engine RPM, vessel speed through the active sensor, the peak vessel speed, and what the engine RPM was at that peak vessel speed. The peak values can be reset.

Peak Speed
RPM Speed Peak Speed
RPM @ Speed

2050 RPM 12.7 MPH PDL 58 MPH 5800
RPM

[ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [OPTION] 36087

Fuel Pressure

Displays the engine RPM, fuel Fuel Pressure pressure, and amount of fuel that is currently used per hour.

RPM Fuel Press Fuel Flow

2050 RPM 12.7 BAR 8 L/H

[ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 36095

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PROPULSION MENU
Displays the engine location the gauge is connected to, the amount of fuel that is currently used per hour, and the amount of fuel that has been used. The amount of fuel used can be reset. STBD (starboard engine) PORT (port engine) CNTR (center engine) STB2 (starboard center) PRT2 (port center)
STBD Fuel Flow 12.7 Fuel Used 8.0

Engine Location Fuel Use

L/H L

[ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [OPTION] 36099

Volts/Hours

Displays the total hours the engine has run, the battery current state of charge, and the engine RPM.

Volts/Hours Hours 12.7 Battery 13.2
RPM
[ EXIT ] [ NEXT ]

H V

3250 RPM

36102

Boost Pressure

Displays the engine RPM, the vessel speed through the active sensor, and the amount of manifold pressure.

Boost Pressure 12.7 3250
RPM SPEED MPH PDL

BAR -2 0 +2 36106

[ EXIT ] [ NEXT ]

Trim

Trim

Displays the position of the trim with a moving propeller icon and displays the trim position number relative to the propeller icon.

25 10

0

9.5
36109

[ EXIT ] [ NEXT ]

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A number relative to the position of the icons is also displayed in the lower portion of the screen.8 [DOWN] [MODE] [ UP ] 36114 Trim/Tab Displays the position of the port and starboard tabs with a moving tab icon and the trim position with a moving propeller icon. selects cruise control or launch control. selects if Smart Tow is based on RPM or speed. Troll Control ON SET MPH OFF Troll Control MPH PDL 4. Trim/Tab PORT 25 10 STBD 0 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 0. Displays an icon to indicate Smart Tow is turned on or off.TO ENGAGE OFF 850 RPM Smart Tow ACT RPM 1000 [ UP ] 36125 PROFILE : Cruise [DOWN] [MODE] 84 .0 25 0. selects the launch control level from one to five. It can be controlled with the vessel speed through the active sensor or with the engine RPM. allows the creation of up to eight customized launch levels beyond launch level five.0 36527 SmartTow ON SET RPM + / .PROPULSION MENU Displays an icon to indicate the troll control is turned on or off.5 MUST BE IN IDLE 4.

Coolant temperature d .Water pressure 85 .PROPULSION MENU Water Screen The "Water" screen displays the engine RPM. coolant temperature.Vessel speed c . vessel speed through the active sensor.7 MPH PDL 195 oC 8. and water pressure. Water RPM Speed Coolant Temp Water Press [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] a 2050 RPM 12.36 Bar b c d MODE 36103 a .RPM b .

Vessel speed c . Peak Speed RPM Speed Peak Speed RPM @ Speed 2050 RPM 12.84 Bar b c d MODE 36105 a . and oil pressure.PROPULSION MENU Oil Screen The "Oil" screen displays the engine RPM. vessel speed through the active sensor. The peak values information will automatically update when the recorded values are exceeded.Oil temperature d . oil temperature.RPM b .Oil pressure Peak Speed Screen The "Peak Speed" screen displays the engine RPM. vessel speed through the active sensor. and what the engine RPM was at that peak vessel speed. Oil RPM Speed Oil Temp Oil Press [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] a 2050 RPM 12.7 MPH PDL 58 MPH 5800 RPM [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [OPTION] MODE 36089 86 .7 MPH PDL 205 oC 2. the peak vessel speed.

The screen will return to the "Peak Speed" screen.7 MPH PDL 58 MPH RPM 5800 [ NO ] MODE 36092 87 . Press the "–" ("YES") or "+" ("NO") to reset the peak values.PROPULSION MENU RESET PEAK VALUES The peak values can be reset to record new information. 1. 2. Peak Speed Reset Speed Peak Values ? RPM Peak Speed [ YES ] 2050 RPM 12. Press the "+" button to open the option to reset the peak values.

RPM b . and amount of fuel that is currently used per hour.Fuel flow 88 .PROPULSION MENU Fuel Pressure Screen The "Fuel Pressure" screen displays the engine RPM. fuel pressure. Fuel Pressure RPM Fuel Press Fuel Flow 2050 RPM 12. The fuel flow is calculated by the PCM/ECM.7 BAR 8 L/H a b c [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] MODE 36093 a .Fuel pressure c .

Fuel flow c .7 Fuel Used 8.Fuel used FUEL USED RESET 1. a STBD Fuel Flow 12.0 L/H L b c [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [OPTION] MODE 36097 a .PROPULSION MENU Engine Location Fuel Use The engine location fuel use screen shows the engine location the gauge is connected to in the upper part of the screen. and the amount of fuel that has been used for that particular engine. 89 . The amount of fuel used can be reset. Press the "+" button to open the "Fuel Used" reset option.Engine location gauge is connected to b . the amount of fuel that is currently used per hour.

7 Fuel Used Reset ? Fuel Used 8. the battery current state of charge. Press the "–" ("YES") button to reset the fuel used. STBD Fuel Flow 12. Volts/Hours Hours 12.Total engine hours b . and the engine RPM.2 RPM [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] a H V RPM 3250 b c MODE 36101 a .RPM 90 .0 L/H L [ YES ] [ NO ] MODE 36098 Volts/Hours Screen The "Volts/Hours" screen displays the total hours the engine has run.7 Battery 13. or the "+" ("NO") button to return to the fuel use per engine location screen.PROPULSION MENU 2.Battery state of charge c .

RPM b .Vessel speed c . and the amount of manifold pressure.PROPULSION MENU Boost Pressure Screen The "Boost Pressure" screen displays the engine RPM.7 3250 SPEED MPH PDL b c BAR -2 0 +2 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] MODE 36107 a .Manifold pressure 91 . a RPM Boost Pressure 12. the vessel speed through the active sensor.

5 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] MODE 36110 a . Trim b c a 25 10 0 9.PROPULSION MENU Trim Screen The "Trim" screen displays the position of the trim with a moving propeller icon and displays the trim position number relative to the propeller icon.Trim position graph b .Propeller icon c .Trim position number 92 .

Set RPM c . Ensure the engine is running and the remote control is in gear at idle. Troll control can be controlled by the vessel speed or the engine RPM.Actual engine RPM TURNING TROLL CONTROL ON AND OFF 1.PROPULSION MENU Troll Control Screen The "Troll Control" screen displays an icon to indicate the troll control is turned on or off.Icon indicating troll control is turned off b . or the vessel speed. the engine RPM. Troll Control ON MIN RPM OFF a b c 550 RPM ACT RPM 563 [ UP ] MUST BE AT IDLE [DOWN] [MODE] MODE 36115 a . 93 .

To turn the troll control on. press the "–" and "+" buttons at the same time.TO DISENGAGE [DOWN] [MODE] MODE a .PROPULSION MENU 2."+/– TO DISENGAGE" 3. NOTE: The minimum RPM and the maximum RPM will depend on the power package application.Troll control "ON" icon b . Press the "–" or "+" button to decrease or increase the engine RPM. The troll control "ON" icon will be highlighted and the information below the RPM will change to "+/– TO DISENGAGE. 94 ." a Troll Control ON MIN RPM OFF 550 RPM ACT RPM 563 [ UP ] 36117 b +/.

Troll control "OFF" icon b . based on the conditions the vessel encounters: wind. Using the vessel speed to control the troll function will cause the engine RPM to fluctuate more. To turn the troll control off.TO ENGAGE [DOWN] [MODE] MODE a .PROPULSION MENU 4. To use the vessel speed to control the troll function. a paddle wheel must be installed. The troll control "OFF" icon will be highlighted and the information below the RPM will change to "+/– TO ENGAGE." Troll Control ON MIN RPM OFF a 550 RPM ACT RPM 563 [ UP ] 36118 b +/. or move the remote control handle into neutral. 95 . or current. Using the engine RPM to control the troll function will cause the vessel speed to vary based on the conditions the vessel encounters: wind. Changing the troll control mode can be done when the troll control is turned on or off. or current. press the "–" and "+" buttons at the same time. waves. waves."+/– TO ENGAGE" CHANGING THE TROLL CONTROL MODE OF CONTROL The troll control function can be controlled with the engine RPM or the vessel speed.

8 [DOWN] [MODE] [DOWN] [MODE] a .5 [ UP ] 36529 4. The engine RPM will react to the selected speed when the troll control is engaged. To change back to the RPM mode.RPM mode b .PROPULSION MENU 1.TO ENGAGE 4. press and hold the "MODE" button until the screen changes from speed mode to the RPM mode. a Troll Control ON MIN RPM OFF b ON SET MPH ACT SPEED MPH PDL Troll Control OFF 550 RPM ACT RPM 563 [ UP ] +/.TO ENGAGE +/. Troll Control ON SET MPH ACT SPEED MPH PIT OFF PADDLE REQUIRED 4. If there is no paddle wheel installed on the vessel. 3. the speed mode of control will show text below the "ACT SPEED" window indicating a paddle wheel is required ("PADDLE REQUIRED").5 [ UP ] 36530 4. While the troll control screen is visible. 4.8 [DOWN] [MODE] 96 . Press the "–" or "+" button to change the speed. press and hold the "MODE" button until the screen changes mode.Speed mode 2.

a Trim/Tab PORT 25 10 b STBD c 0 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 0.0 25 0. NOTE: The cruise control minimum and maximum range will vary depending on the type of power package application. A number below the tab display will indicate the relative position of the tab. The center of the display will show the position of the trim with a moving icon that represents the relative position of the trim.PROPULSION MENU Trim/Tab Screen The "Trim/Tab" screen displays the position of the port and starboard tabs with a moving icon that represents the relative position of the tabs. 97 .0 d MODE 36547 abcd- Port tab indicator Trim indicator Starboard tab indicator Number indicating the relative position Smart Tow SMART TOW OPERATION NOTE: Cruise and launch control is only available with Gen I (2007) and newer DTS engines. A number below the trim display will indicate the relative position of the trim.

The launch control will inherit the mode of control selected. To use the speed setting control. There are five launch levels. Beyond launch level 5 are eight customized launch settings. Level 1 is the most gradual and level 5 is the most aggressive. SmartTow ON SET RPM a OFF + / .TO ENGAGE ACT RPM PROFILE : Cruise [DOWN] [MODE] [ UP ] 1000 MODE 36138 1850 b c d abcd- Off icon RPM set point Actual engine RPM Mode of control 98 .PROPULSION MENU There are two modes of cruise control: RPM mode and speed mode. or a SmartCraft GPS puck must be installed. a paddle wheel must be installed. Each customized launch setting name can have up to seven characters to identify the custom launch.

Press the "–" button to decrease the engine RPM. a ST ON SET RPM SmartTow + / . the engine RPM will decrease with the throttle movement. Press the "+" button to increase the engine RPM. To engage the "Smart Tow" function. Shift the drive unit into forward gear. The throttle must be above the set cruise RPM or speed for the Smart Tow cruise to function." When Smart Tow is engaged. 3. The Smart Tow "OFF" icon will be highlighted in the upper right corner." 99 . 4. To disengage the "Smart Tow" function.PROPULSION MENU 1. The Smart Tow "ON" icon will be highlighted in the upper left corner and the information above the "SET RPM" window will be changed to "+/– TO DISENGAGE. press the "–" and "+" button at the same time."+/– TO DISENGAGE" 2. and the information above the "SET RPM" window will change to "+/– TO ENGAGE.TO DISENGAGE OFF ACT RPM PROFILE : Cruise [DOWN] [MODE] [ UP ] 1000 MODE 36531 1850 b a ."ON" icon b . the "ON" icon will remain on and be visible on all of the monitor screens. When the throttle is moved below the set cruise engine RPM or speed. press the "–" and "+" button at the same time.

or current. or a SmartCraft GPS puck must be installed. Press the "–" button to decrease the speed. press and hold the "MODE" button until the screen changes the mode of cruise control.8 MODE 34.Mode of control 2. waves. The throttle must be above the set cruise speed for the "Smart Tow" cruise to function. based on the conditions the vessel encounters: wind. the engine RPM will decrease with the throttle movement.TO DISENGAGE OFF ACT MPH PROFILE : Cruise [DOWN] [MODE] [ UP ] 33. The operation of the cruise control in speed mode is the same as RPM mode. Changing the cruise control mode can be done when the troll control is turned on or off. 3.RPM set point c . waves. Using the engine RPM to control the cruise function will cause the vessel speed to vary based on the conditions the vessel encounters: wind. Shift the drive unit into forward gear. Press the "+" button to increase the speed.0 b c d 36539 a . 100 .Actual engine RPM d . a ST ON SET MPH SmartTow + / . or current. To use the vessel speed to control the cruise function. Using the vessel speed to control the cruise function will cause the engine RPM to fluctuate more. When the throttle is moved below the set cruise engine speed."ON" icon b . To change the mode of cruise control. 1. a paddle wheel must be installed.PROPULSION MENU Changing the Cruise Control Mode There are two modes of cruise control: RPM mode and speed mode.

The Smart Tow "OFF" icon will be highlighted in the upper right corner and the information above the "SET MPH" window will change to "+/– TO ENGAGE. press the "MODE" button and an icon of a person skiing will appear on the profile screen for approximately three seconds. Press the "–" or "+" button when the profile screen is visible to advance through or change the launch modes. ST ON SmartTow OFF PROFILE : Cruise [DOWN] [MODE] [ UP ] MODE 36144 2. press the "–" and "+" button at the same time. To disengage the "Smart Tow" function.PROPULSION MENU 4. While the "Smart Tow" cruise screen is visible. ST ON SmartTow OFF PROFILE : Launch 4 [DOWN] [MODE] [ UP ] MODE 36544 101 ." Selecting a Launch Control 1. including all of the customized launch settings.

a paddle wheel must be installed." press the "–" or "+" to highlight the "Propulsion" menu. ST ON SET MPH SmartTow + / . 2. Each customized launch setting name can have up to seven characters to identify the custom launch. press the "MODE" button and press the "+" or "–" button to change the launch setting. Press the "–" or "+" to highlight the "Smart Tow" screen. The custom launch setting can be controlled by RPM or speed. NOTE: The cruise control minimum and maximum range will vary depending on the type of power package application. To change the mode of cruise control. 102 .PROPULSION MENU 3.0 36545 4.8 MODE 34. CREATING A CUSTOMIZED LAUNCH SETTING NOTE: Cruise and launch control is only available with Gen I (2007) and newer DTS engines. Beyond launch level 5 are eight customized launch settings. To change the launch level. the screen will return to the "Smart Tow" screen and the selected launch setting will populate the lower window. or a SmartCraft GPS puck must be installed. After selecting the launch setting. While in the "Main Menu. To use the speed setting control. 1.TO DISENGAGE OFF ACT MPH PROFILE : Launch 4 [DOWN] [MODE] [ UP ] 33. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Propulsion" menu. 5. press and hold the "MODE" button until the screen changes the mode of cruise control.

" ST ON SET MPH SmartTow + / . Press the "MODE" button to move to the next character.0 37184 5. 7.TO DISENGAGE OFF ACT MPH PROFILE : Launch 5 [DOWN] [MODE] [ UP ] 33. While the screen with the icon of a person skiing is visible. Press the "–" or "+" button to edit and change the alpha character. After approximately three seconds the edit mode of the "New User" will appear and the new user "Name" will be highlighted.8 MODE 34. Press the "–" or "+" button to edit and change the next alpha character. 4. Press the "MODE" button and an icon of a person skiing will appear on the profile screen for approximately three seconds. 103 . The "Profile" window will change to "New User. press the "+" and go beyond "Launch 5." ST ON SmartTow OFF PROFILE : New User [DOWN] [MODE] [ UP ] MODE 37188 6. Continue this process until the custom launch name is complete.PROPULSION MENU 3.

Press the "MODE" button to edit the "RPM Set Point." 10.0 Overshoot 0% [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 36199 8.0 Launch 1. Press the "MODE" button to edit the "Speed Set Point." 14.PROPULSION MENU NOTE: All of the alpha characters must be edited before the "RPM Set Point" can be edited. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the "RPM Set Point. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Speed Set Point. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Name" edit mode." SmartTow Name J DOE RPM Set Point 2275 Speed Set Point 10. Press the "–" button to highlight the "RPM Set Point. SmartTow Name J DOE RPM Set Point 1000 Speed Set Point 10.0 Launch 1." 11. 9. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "RPM Set Point" mode. 13.0 Overshoot 0% [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 36201 12." 104 .

17.0 Launch 3. Press the "–" button to highlight "Overshoot. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the "Launch" setting. NOTE: There are five launch levels." 105 ." 18. Press the "MODE" button to edit "Overshoot.0 Overshoot 0% [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 36202 16." 22. SmartTow Name J DOE RPM Set Point 2275 Speed Set Point 10. Level 1 is the most gradual and level 5 is the most aggressive." SmartTow Name J DOE RPM Set Point 2275 Speed Set Point 10.PROPULSION MENU 15." 19.8 Overshoot 0% [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 36204 20. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the "Speed Set Point. Press the "MODE" button to edit "Launch. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Launch" mode. 21.0 Launch 1. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Speed Set Point" mode. Press the "–" button to highlight "Launch.

" 23. IMPORTANT: The RPM and speed setpoints will change to the last setpoint used for that particular new user when using Smart Tow." NOTE: "Duration" is the amount of time the engine RPM "Overshoot" will be allowed. Press the "–" button to highlight "Duration.PROPULSION MENU NOTE: "Overshoot" is the amount of RPM the engine will achieve above the "RPM Set Point. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Overshoot" mode.8 Overshoot 10 % [DOWN] [SAVE] [ UP ] MODE 36234 24. 25. 106 .0 Launch 3. Press the "MODE" button to edit "Duration." 26. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the overshoot percentage setting. SmartTow Name J DOE RPM Set Point 2275 Speed Set Point 10.

0 Launch 3. Press the "MODE" button to exit the "Duration" mode. 29.8 s Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36236 28. SmartTow Speed Set Point 10.8 Overshoot 10 % Duration 3. Press the "MODE" button to exit the custom launch mode. Press the "–" button to highlight the "Exit" option. 30. 107 . Press the "–" or "+" button to change the duration seconds.PROPULSION MENU 27.

the current trip distance. and air conditioning (HVAC) • Generator data • Range • Trim • Fuel tank 1 • Tank 2 • Tabs • GPS information • Waypoint information • Steering position • Depth Available Vessel Screens Displays the vessel speed through the available sensor.7 MI 5. HVAC System MODE --- LOW -99 oF [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 36569 108 . but may include the following: • Trip data • Heating. and the current amount of time during the trip. Trip Data Speed 30.VESSEL MENU Using the Vessel Screens The vessel menu screens will display information concerning the vessel and associated systems. and time can be reset. Screens that are available in the vessel menu may vary according to the engine type. ventilation. the total amount of fuel used. The distance.0 H [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [OPTION] 36558 Displays whether the unit is in a heating or cooling mode.8 GAL 5. The HVAC unit must be interfaced with the CAN communication for this option to display information. and the current HVAC System temperature. the speed of the fan. fuel used.5 Trip Dist Total Used Trip Time MPH PDL Trip Data 12.

the location of the fuel tank. Generator AC-VOLTAGE FREQUENCY O O Generator GENERATOR . Water Tank F 0 % E STBD [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 36637 109 . the level is calibrated to the default setting. the engine water pressure. Trim Water Press RPM [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 25 0. The average fuel used and the total amount used can be reset. the generator location name. and the total amount of fuel used. or by adding fuel.0 0 PSI RPM 36631 Fuel Tank1 Fuel Tank 1 Displays the level of the fuel tank.VESSEL MENU Displays the AC voltage. and the generator running hours. the estimated distance the vessel can travel based on the current usage.. The generator unit must be interfaced with the CAN communication for this option to display information. the level can be calibrated with a default setting... fuel. F FAULT [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] E STBD 36635 Tank 2 Tank 2 can be selected as not installed. and the engine RPM.O HOURS [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 36613 Range Inst. water. and will display "FAULT" when there is a problem with the fuel tank. Range Tot. or waste. Displays the current amount of fuel economy. When selected as fuel.0 M/G M/G MI GAL Range [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [OPTION] 36616 Trim Trim Displays a number relating to the position of the trim system. the hertz frequency..0 --0. When selected as water or waste. Used --0. Average Est. the average amount of fuel used.

latitude position ("LAT"). and the amount of fuel required to the waypoint.0 MPH PDL PORT 49 o STBD 36647 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] Depth Depth Displays the depth of the water. [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 0. the vessel speed through the active sensor. 0 RPM SPEED 0.0 MPH PDL 36650 110 . the temperature of the water. Depth Seatemp Speed [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] . and the direction of the steering. To Waypoint --Time Bearing --Dist Fuel [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] H o ----- MI GAL 36645 Steering Steering Displays the engine RPM.0 36731 GPS Displays the course over ground ("COG"). and the speed of the vessel through the active sensor. the distance to the waypoint..0 0..VESSEL MENU Tabs PORT STBD Tabs Displays the position of the tabs with numbers and a bar graph for each tab. the compass bearing towards the waypoint. and longitude position (LON").FT . GPS COG SOG LAT LON [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 36642 --------- O MPH To Waypoint Displays the amount of time to the waypoint. A GPS must be installed for this option to display information. A GPS must be installed with a SmartCraft puck for this option to display information. speed over ground ("SOG")... port or starboard.oF 0.

the fault name. paddle wheel. and the recommended action to take. When the transition speed is reached. A flashing "AL" will be in the upper right side of the screen. the fault descriptive long text. The type of speed sensor is displayed on the right side of the "Speed" information window.VESSEL MENU There are two different fault screens displayed. the new active speed sensor will then be displayed. The trip distance ("Trip Dist") will display how far the vessel has traveled. 111 . The trip distance can be reset. or GPS. This data is based on which sensor is active. Alarms AL Alarms Fuel Critical Tank 2 STARBOARD [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 36654 Trip Data Screen The "Trip Data" screen displays the current vessel speed. The second screen displays the flashing triangle for propulsion related faults: the fault descriptive short text with the fault number. and the fault location. The total fuel used can be reset. displaying how much fuel has been used down to a tenth of the unit. The total fuel used ("Total Used") is the total of all the engines running on the vessel. The first screen displays vessel related faults: the fault warning. pitot sensor.

Trip time RESETTING THE TRIP DATA INFORMATION 1. The trip time can be reset. press the "+" button to open the reset option. Press the "–" button for yes. Trip Data MPH Speed 30.Trip distance c . or press the "+" button for no. 3.VESSEL MENU The current amount of time the trip has taken ("Trip Time") will be displayed in tenths of an hour. 2. A pop‑up window will appear asking to reset the trip distance ("Trip Distance Reset?").7 MI Trip Dist Total Used 5.0 H [ NO ] MODE 36562 112 .8 GAL Trip Time [ YES ] 5.Paddle wheel speed b .Total fuel used d .8 GAL 5. While the "Trip Data" option screen is visible.7 MI 5.5 Trip Dist Total Used Trip Time a MPH PDL 12. Trip Data Speed 30.5 Trip Distance Reset?PDL 12.0 H b c d [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [OPTION] MODE 36561 a .

VESSEL MENU
4. The next pop‑up window will appear asking to reset the trip time ("Trip Time Reset?"). 5. Press the "–" button for yes, or press the "+" button for no.

Trip Data MPH Speed 30.5 PDL Trip Time Reset? 12.7 MI Trip Dist Total Used 5.8 GAL
Trip Time
[ YES ]

5.0

H

[ NO ]

MODE
36565

6. The next pop‑up window will appear asking to reset the amount of fuel used ("Fuel Used Reset?"). 7. Press the "–" button for yes, or press the "+" button for no.

Trip Data MPH Speed 30.5 Fuel Used Reset? PDL 12.7 MI Trip Dist Total Used 5.8 GAL
Trip Time
[ YES ]

5.0

H

[ NO ]

MODE
36566

8. Press the "–" button to return to the "Main Menu," or press the "MODE" button to go to the next screen.

113

VESSEL MENU
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Screen
The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system ("HVAC System") screen displays the present state of the unit, whether it is in a cooling mode or heating mode. The HVAC fan speed and the current temperature is displayed. The HVAC unit must be interfaced with the CAN communication for this option to display information. By default, when the HVAC unit is not interfaced with the CAN communication, the temperature will be displayed as a negative number.

HVAC System
MODE
---

LOW -99 oF
[ EXIT ] [ NEXT ]

MODE
36568

Press the "–" button to return to the "Main Menu," or press the "MODE" button to go to the next screen.

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VESSEL MENU
Generator Screen
The "Generator" screen displays the AC voltage, the hertz frequency the generator is producing, the generator location or name, and the generator running hours. The generator unit must be interfaced with the CAN communication for this option to display information.

Generator
AC-VOLTAGE FREQUENCY

O OFF /
HOURS

O NA O

[ EXIT ]

[ NEXT ]

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Total fuel used RESET RANGE SCREEN OPTIONS 1. the average amount of fuel used.Estimated distance d . Used --0. press the "+" button to access the reset option.Current fuel economy b .VESSEL MENU Range Screen The "Range" screen displays the current amount of fuel economy. To reset the average fuel used. A pop‑up screen will appear asking if the average fuel economy should be reset ("Average Fuel Eco Reset?").0 --0. the estimated distance the vessel can travel based on the current usage. Range Tot. 116 .Average fuel used c . 2. and the total amount of fuel used.0 M/G M/G MI GAL a b c d [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [OPTION] MODE 36617 a . Average Est. Range Inst. The average fuel used and the total amount used can be reset.

0 Tot.0 Est. Average Fuel Eco 0. a pop‑up window appears asking if the total fuel used should be reset ("Fuel Used Reset?"). Used [ YES ] M/G M/G MI GAL [ NO ] MODE 36620 6. or press the "+" button for no. Press the "–" button for yes.0 Reset ? Est. Range --0." or press the "MODE" button to go to the next screen. Range --0. Press the "–" button for yes. Range --Inst. Used [ YES ] M/G M/G MI GAL [ NO ] MODE 36619 4.0 Tot.VESSEL MENU 3. or press the "+" button for no. Range --Inst. 117 . After pressing either button. Press the "–" button to return to the "Main Menu. Fuel Used Reset ? 0. 5.

0 0 PSI RPM b c MODE 36632 a .Engine RPM Press the "–" button to return to the "Main Menu. and the engine RPM. 118 .Trim position number b ." or press the "MODE" button to go to the next screen. Trim Trim Water Press RPM [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] a 25 0.Water pressure c . the engine water pressure.VESSEL MENU Trim Screen The "Trim" screen displays a number relating to the position of the trim system.

or by adding fuel. or waste when connected to a four‑stroke engine. the level can be calibrated with a default setting. Fuel Tank1 F b a FAULT [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] E STBD c MODE 36636 a .VESSEL MENU Tanks FUEL TANK 1 The "Fuel Tank 1" screen displays the level of the fuel tank.Fuel level c . water. and will display "FAULT" when there is a problem with the fuel tank. 119 . fuel.Tank location TANK 2 "Tank 2" can be selected as not installed ("Not inst"). It can also be selected as not installed ("Not inst"). the "Fuel Tank 1" screen will not be accessible. When selected as fuel. the location of the fuel tank. When selected as not installed. the level is automatically calibrated to the default setting. When selected as water or waste.Fuel tank fault ("FAULT") b .

Tank level d .VESSEL MENU When the gauge is installed on a vessel with a two‑stroke engine. "Tank 2" will automatically default to oil. Water Tank F b c a 0 % E STBD [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] d MODE 36638 a . 120 .Tank type c .Tank level percentage b ." or press the "MODE" button to go to the next screen.Tank location Press the "–" button to return to the "Main Menu.

Tab position number Press the "–" button to return to the "Main Menu. 121 .Port tab bar graph b .Starboard tab bar graph c .Bar graph pointer d ." or press the "MODE" button to go to the next screen. a PORT b Tabs STBD c [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 0.VESSEL MENU Tabs Screen The "Tabs" screen displays the port tab and starboard tab position with a bar graph and numbers.0 d MODE 36900 a .0 0.

122 . A GPS must be installed for this option to display information.VESSEL MENU GPS Screen The "GPS" screen displays the course over ground ("COG")." or press the "MODE" button to go to the next screen. a GPS COG SOG LAT LON [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] --------- O MPH b c d MODE 36643 abcd- Course over ground ("COG") Speed over ground ("SOG") Latitude position ("LAT") Longitude position (LON") Press the "–" button to return to the "Main Menu. latitude position ("LAT"). and longitude position ("LON"). speed over ground ("SOG").

Fuel Press the "–" button to return to the "Main Menu.VESSEL MENU To Waypoint Screen The "To Waypoint" screen displays the amount of time required to reach the waypoint. a To Waypoint --Time Bearing --Dist Fuel [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] H o b c d ----- MI GAL MODE 36646 a . 123 . the compass bearing towards the waypoint. and the amount of fuel required to the waypoint." or press the "MODE" button to go to the next screen. A GPS must be installed with a SmartCraft puck for this option to display information.Time b . the distance to the waypoint.Compass bearing c .Distance d .

" or press the "MODE" button to go to the next screen. 124 . the vessel speed. and a number displayed to indicate the relative position of the steering. a RPM Steering 0 SPEED 0.0 MPH PDL b c PORT 49 o STBD [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] d MODE 36648 abcd- Engine RPM Vessel speed Steering bar graph Relative position of the steering Press the "–" button to return to the "Main Menu. A steering position sensor must be installed for this screen to display the steering direction and relative position.VESSEL MENU Steering Screen The "Steering" screen displays the engine RPM. a bar graph indicating the direction of the steering ("PORT" or "STBD").

oF 0. The actual depth may be different from what is displayed and is dependant on the amount of offset that is programmed in the "Settings" menu..VESSEL MENU Depth Screen The "Depth" screen displays the depth of the water.Depth b . Depth Depth Seatemp Speed [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] a ." or press the "MODE" button to go to the next screen. the temperature of the water. and the speed of the vessel through the available sensor...Vessel speed Press the "–" button to return to the "Main Menu. 125 .FT .0 MPH PDL b c MODE 36651 a .Water temperature c ..

" > "Tri Data." The menu path to select the "Tri Data" information is: "Main Menu." • The following list shows the available information for selecting full screen data." > "Full Screens. Hours Clock Depth RPM Speed Coolant temperature Oil temperature Seawater temperature 126 ." > "Screens." > "Screens.FULL SCREENS Full Screens Features and Options The "Full Screens" menu displays large icon vessel and propulsion data in addition to "Tri Data" screens. Speed Battery Depth Coolant temperature Clock Oil temperature Fuel pressure Oil pressure Water pressure Tri data • The following list shows the available information for setting up to five tri data screens. The menu path to turn the full screens data on is: "Main Menu. The "Full Screens" and "Tri Data" screen must be turned on ("Yes") for these screens to be active in the "Full Screens" menu." > "Settings. A number of these screens allow the resetting of peak RPM or speed data." > "Settings.

0 0. 0 RPM 0 0. 0. 12. 126 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] FT 36685 127 . and the peak RPM at speed. the peak speed. The peak values can be reset. shows the peak speed.FULL SCREENS Water pressure Oil pressure Trim Fuel flow Battery RPM RPM Displays large numbers for the engine RPM. and the peak RPM at speed. The peak values can be reset.0 PEAK MPH Speed PDL MPH 0 RPM AT SPEED [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [OPTION] 36681 Battery Battery Displays the battery voltage in large numbers.0 PEAK MPH RPM AT SPEED [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [OPTION] 36680 Speed Displays large numbers for the vessel speed through the available sensor.6 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] V 36684 Depth Depth Displays the water depth in large numbers.

FULL SCREENS Coolant Temp Displays the engine coolant Coolant Temperature temperature in large numbers. 40.2 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] PSI 36701 128 . 186 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 0 F 36686 Oil Temp Oil Temperature Displays the engine oil temperature in large numbers. 205 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 0 F 36693 Fuel Pressure Fuel Pressure Displays the engine fuel pressure in large numbers.2 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] PSI 36698 Water Press Water Pressure Displays the engine water pressure in large numbers. 30.8 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] PSI 36697 Oil Pressure Oil Pressure Displays the engine oil pressure in large numbers. 42.

Can be displayed as 24 hour or 12 hour. Speed 20.0 MPH 36678 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] RESETTING PEAK VALUES The "RPM" and "Speed" full screens will record and store the vessel peak speed and the RPM at that peak speed. Up to five tri data screens can be customized by the user. Clock Sea -----:-Speed o F 0. press the "+" button to open the reset option.6 PEAK MPH PDL MPH 6120 RPM AT SPEED [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [OPTION] MODE 36704 2. A pop‑up window will appear asking if the peak values should be reset ("Reset Peak Values"). While the "RPM" or "Speed" full screen is visible." 129 . These peak values can be reset to capture new RPM and speed data. 1. 23:15 [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] 36702 Tri Data Displays vessel and propulsion data selected and arranged by the user.8 58.FULL SCREENS Clock Clock Displays the time in large numbers. 3. Press the "+" button if you do not want to reset the values "[NO].

FULL SCREENS 4. Press the "–" button if you want to reset the values "[YES].6 PEAK MPH MPH 6120 RPM AT SPEED [ YES ] [ NO ] MODE 36706 5." Speed PDL Reset Peak Values ? 20." the pop‑up window will close and the new data will populate the peak values immediately. 130 . When the selection is "[YES].8 58.

! Main Menu AL Propulsion Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms MODE 36747 131 . This time can be one second up to 30 seconds. Up to nine favorite screens can be selected from the "Propulsion" menu.FAVORITES SCREENS Favorites Screen Features and Options The "Favorites" is an optional feature that will show specific screens selected by the operator to be reviewed quickly. "Vessel" menu. or "Full Screens" menu. The favorites will remain on the screen for a specific amount of time. After selecting the screen desired to be displayed on the favorites. Press the "MODE" button to view the favorites. use the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Favorites" menu option.

Peak Speed RPM Speed Peak Speed RPM @ Speed 2050 RPM 12.7 MPH PDL 58 MPH 5800 RPM [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [OPTION] MODE 36089 132 ." press the "–" or "+" button to select either the "Propulsion. 3. Press the "MODE" button to enter the selected menu. From the "Main Menu. ! Main Menu AL Propulsion Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms MODE 35724 2. Press the "–" or "+" button and select a screen to be a favorite.FAVORITES SCREENS SELECTING A FAVORITE SCREEN 1." or "Full Screens" menu." "Vessel.

7 PDL Peak Speed 58 MPH RPM @ Speed [ NO ] 5800 RPM [ YES ] MODE 36744 5. CHANGING THE FAVORITES SCREEN DURATION The favorites individual screen will remain visible for a specific amount of time. This time can be set from one second up to 30 seconds. or press the "–" button to exit the menu and return to the "Main Menu. 133 . Press the "MODE" button to page through the menu to select a different screen.FAVORITES SCREENS 4." 7. If the screen is not wanted. Press the "+" button to save the screen to the "Favorites" menu. 6. Continue the selection process for up to nine selected favorites. press the "–" button to discard the screen option. Press the "–" button and the "+" button at the same time and hold the buttons in until the pop‑up window appears asking to add the screen to the favorites ("Add to Favorites?"). Peak Speed RPM 2050 RPM Add to Favorites ? MPH Speed 12.

! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 35741 2. 3. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Settings" menu. Press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Favorites Slide" option. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Screen" menu. To change the favorites screen duration. 6.FAVORITES SCREENS 1. Press the "MODE" button to edit the number of seconds the favorites will display. Settings Light/Contrast Units Screen Trim Offsets [DOWN] [EDIT] [ UP ] MODE 36410 4. 5. go to the "Main Menu" and press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Settings" menu. 134 . Press the "–" button to highlight the "Screen" menu.

7 MPH PDL ? Peak Speed 58 MPH RPM @ Speed [ NO ] 5800 RPM [ YES ] MODE 36943 3." 135 . or press the "–" button to exit the menu and return to the "Main Menu. Press the "–" or "+" button to change the number of seconds. Press the "MODE" button to page through the menu to select a different screen. Press the "–" button to keep the screen as a favorite. Press the "–" button and the "+" button at the same time and hold the buttons in until the pop‑up window appears asking to remove the screen from the favorites ("Remove from Favorites?"). 4. 2. Screens Generator Simulator Screen Sync Favorites Slide Exit [DOWN] [EDIT] No No Yes 10 s [ UP ] MODE 36474 DELETING A FAVORITE 1. Press the "+" button to remove the screen from the "Favorites" menu. Peak Speed RPM 2050 RPM Remove from Favorites Speed 12. Select the screen that is to be deleted.FAVORITES SCREENS 7.

To view all system alarms while in the "Main Menu. Press the "+" to view the fault descriptive long text. ! Main Menu Vessel Full Screens Favorites Alarms Settings MODE 36915 136 . and the recommended action to take. Press the "MODE" button to enter the "Alarms" menu option." press the "–" or "+" button to highlight the "Alarms" menu option. 2.ALARMS Alarms Screen The "Alarms" screen will display two different fault screens. 1. A flashing "AL" will be in the upper right side of the screen. The screen displays the flashing triangle for system related faults followed by the fault descriptive short text with the fault number.

ALARMS 3. Alarms ! a AL System b ! [EXIT] [SHOW] MODE c 35736 a .Fault code number c .Flashing warning icon c . fault code number. The screen shows the fault location. a Alarms ! AL b STBD Sys Fault 57 <Ignition> [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [ MORE ] c MODE 36658 a . The first window will display a flashing triangle icon indicating there is a fault within the system. and the faulty component in short descriptive text."+" button to show descriptive text 4.Component 137 . The window will quickly change to the descriptive text information.Location b .Flashing "AL" alarm b .

Alarms ! AL STBD Sys Fault 57 <Ignition coil is not working properly> [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [ACTION] MODE 36659 6. Press the "+" button to view the long descriptive text. Alarms ! AL STBD Sys Fault 57 <See Dealer Soon> [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [BACK] MODE 36660 138 .ALARMS 5. Press the "+" button to view the recommended action to take.

.ALARMS 7. several dots at the end of the screen text capacity will be visible.. When the long descriptive text exceeds the screen capacity. Alarms AL STBD Sys Fault 153 <Drive Lube Low. Continued operation may.. [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [ACTION] MODE 36667 139 . Press the "+" button to view the long descriptive text.. Check level and refill as needed. Alarms ! AL STBD Sys Fault 153 <Drive Lube Low> [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [MORE] MODE 36665 8. Press the "MODE" button to view the next fault text.

. Alarms AL STBD Sys Fault 153 . or press the "–" button to exit the descriptive text screen. Alarms AL STBD Sys Fault 153 <Refer to Owners’s manual for service procedure. Press the "–" button to exit the "Alarms" menu and return to the "Main Menu. Press the "+" button to view the remaining long descriptive text.may cause damage." 140 . Press the "+" button to return to the short descriptive text fault screen. Press the "+" button to view the recommended action to take. or press the "MODE" button to view the next alarm fault.> [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [ACTION] MODE 36668 10.> [ EXIT ] [ NEXT ] [ BACK ] MODE 36669 11.. 12..ALARMS 9.

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