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NX Start Pack 3
Installation and Operation Manual
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Part specification ................................................................................................................................5
Installation ...........................................................................................................................................7
2.1
Installing the instrument .....................................................................................................................8
2.2
Installing the WSI-box ........................................................................................................................9
2.3
Installing the Wind Transducer ...........................................................................................................9
2.3.1
IMPORTANT Installation information!.....................................................................................9
2.3.2
Location .................................................................................................................................9
2.3.3
Mounting in the mast head .....................................................................................................9
2.3.4
Mounting the wind transducer step by step ..........................................................................10
2.4
Installing the Log and depth transducers..........................................................................................11
2.4.1
Correct location of transducer ..............................................................................................11
2.4.2
Installing the through hull fittings ..........................................................................................13
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Installation .........................................................................................................................................13
3.1
Bedding ............................................................................................................................................13
3.2
Installing ...........................................................................................................................................13
3.3
Checking for Leaks...........................................................................................................................15
3.4
Installation in a Cored Fiberglass Hull ..............................................................................................15
3.5
Electrical Installation.........................................................................................................................17
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Connection to other Nexus systems................................................................................................18
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Pairing procedure of wind transducer .............................................................................................18
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Re-initialization of the wind transducer...........................................................................................19
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Maintenance! .....................................................................................................................................19
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Change transducer or WSI-box / Release the pairng......................................................................19
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First start............................................................................................................................................21
9.1
Initialising the instrument ..................................................................................................................21
9.2
How to use the push-buttons of the Sea Data ..................................................................................22
9.3
Instrument backlight .........................................................................................................................23
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Function overview of the Sea Data ..................................................................................................23
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SPEED functions ...............................................................................................................................24
SPEED main-function ....................................................................................................................................24
SPEED sub-functions ....................................................................................................................................24
TRIP LOG (TRP) .......................................................................................................................................24
TOTAL LOG (LOG) ...................................................................................................................................24
START TIMER (STA) ................................................................................................................................24
TIMER .......................................................................................................................................................24
AVERAGE SPEED (AVS)..........................................................................................................................24
MAXIMUM SPEED (MAX) .........................................................................................................................25
DEPTH (unit/DPT) .....................................................................................................................................25
BATTERY (BAT)........................................................................................................................................25
TEMPERATURE (TMP).............................................................................................................................25
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DEPTH functions ...............................................................................................................................26
DEPTH main-function ....................................................................................................................................26
DEPTH sub-functions.....................................................................................................................................26
LIGHT CONTROL .....................................................................................................................................26
SHALLOW ALARM (SHA) .........................................................................................................................26
DEPTH ALARM (DEA) ..............................................................................................................................26
ANCHOR ALARM......................................................................................................................................26
BOAT SPEED (BSP/unit) ..........................................................................................................................26
Barometric pressure (unit/hPA) .................................................................................................................26
12.1.1
TRUE WIND ANGLE (TWA).................................................................................................26
12.1.2
APPARENT WIND ANGLE (TWA) .......................................................................................27
12.1.3
TRUE WIND SPEED TWS ...................................................................................................27
12.1.4
APPARENT WIND SPEED (AWS).......................................................................................27
12.2
Set shallow (SHA) and depth alarm (DEA) .................................................................................27
12.3
Set and turn on anchor alarm (ANC) ..........................................................................................27
12.4
Clear an alarm value ..................................................................................................................27
12.5
Silencing an alarm......................................................................................................................28
12.6
Turning OFF or ON an alarm......................................................................................................28
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Customise your display ....................................................................................................................29
13.1
Move and lock a sub-function.....................................................................................................29
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13.2
Copy and lock a sub-function ..................................................................................................... 29
13.3
Select power on function ............................................................................................................ 29
13.4
Cancel a moved or locked sub-function ..................................................................................... 29
13.5
How to use the push buttons of the Wind instrument ................................................................. 30
13.6
Main function.............................................................................................................................. 31
13.7
Analogue function ...................................................................................................................... 31
13.8
Sub-functions ............................................................................................................................. 33
13.8.1
Apparent Wind Speed [AWS]............................................................................................... 33
13.8.2
True Wind Speed [TWS] ...................................................................................................... 33
13.8.3
Velocity Made Good (VMG) ................................................................................................. 33
13.8.4
Boat speed........................................................................................................................... 33
13.8.5
Start up mode ...................................................................................................................... 33
13.9
More functions in a Nexus Network............................................................................................ 34
13.9.1
Count down display.............................................................................................................. 34
13.9.2
Geographic Wind direction (TWD) ....................................................................................... 34
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Calibration setting up the Sea Data instrument .............................................................................. 35
14.1
Calibration of speed C10............................................................................................................ 35
14.1.1
Return C10 (RET) ................................................................................................................ 35
14.1.2
Unit for Speed, C11 (Unit KTS) ............................................................................................ 35
14.1.3
Calibration of Speed, C12 (1.25 CAL) .................................................................................. 35
14.1.4
Damping of Speed, C13 (SEA) ............................................................................................ 36
14.1.5
Unit for Depth readings, C14 (Unit m) .................................................................................. 36
14.1.6
Adjust Depth readings, C15 ( - 00.0 ADJ) ............................................................................ 36
14.1.7
Unit for Temp readings, C16 (Unit°C)................................................................................... 36
14.1.8
Adjustment of Temp reading,C17 (0°C TMP) ....................................................................... 37
14.1.9
Unit for Air Pressure, C18 (Unit hPA) ................................................................................... 37
14.1.10
Unit for Wind Speed, C19 (Unit m/s) .................................................................................... 37
14.1.11
Adjustment of Wind Angle, C20 (000° ADJ) ......................................................................... 37
14.1.12
Damping of Wind Readings, C21 (SEA LOW) ..................................................................... 37
14.1.13
Key beep setting, C22 (OFF KEY) ....................................................................................... 37
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Calibration and setup of the Wind instrument ................................................................................ 38
15.1
User settings, C10...................................................................................................................... 38
15.1.1
Select the dampening, C11 .................................................................................................. 38
15.1.2
Select main information, C12 ............................................................................................... 38
15.1.3
Beep when a key is pressed, C13 ........................................................................................ 38
15.1.4
Select unit for BSP/VMG, C14 ............................................................................................. 38
15.1.5
Calibration of log transducer, C15........................................................................................ 39
15.1.6
Reference for Speed, water or GPS, C16 ............................................................................ 39
15.1.7
Reference for Direction, C17................................................................................................ 39
15.1.8
Where is the wind Tx connected, C18.................................................................................. 40
15.1.9
Demo mode selection, C19 .................................................................................................. 40
15.1.10
Closed hauled PAGE, C20................................................................................................... 40
15.2
Wind Settings, C50 .................................................................................................................... 41
15.2.1
Unit for Wind speed, C52 ..................................................................................................... 41
15.2.2
Wind speed calibration, C53 ................................................................................................ 41
15.2.3
Adjustment of Wind angle, C54............................................................................................ 41
15.2.4
Calibration for the Wind transducer, C55-C62..................................................................... 41
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Maintenance and fault finding.......................................................................................................... 43
16.1
Maintenance .............................................................................................................................. 43
16.2
Fault finding ............................................................................................................................... 43
16.2.1
General fault finding ............................................................................................................. 43
16.2.2
Fault - action ........................................................................................................................ 44
16.2.3
Error messages.................................................................................................................... 44
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Specifications.................................................................................................................................... 45
17.1
Technical specifications Sea Data ............................................................................................. 45
17.2
Technical specifications Wind Instrument .................................................................................. 45
17.3
Technical specifications WSI-box............................................................................................... 45
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Waranty .............................................................................................................................................. 47
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Part specification
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Items delivered with the instrument
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Description
NX2 Sea Data instrument
NX Wind instrument
WSI-box
Instrument cover
Drill template for instrument
Installation and operating manual
Warranty card
Instrument mounting screws
Plastic nuts
Connection back cover
Silicon paste tube
Plastic cable strap
Inter-connection cable, 0,3 m (1 ft )
Nexus Network cable, 8 m (26 ft)
Cable protectors, 0,25 mm (0.1 inch)
Cable protectors, 0,75 mm (0.3 inch)
3m red power cable
3m black power cable
Through-hull fitting with nut
Tri-ducer TH52
Dummy plug
O-ring
Mounting screws for Wind transducer
Wireless wind transducer
Wind transducer bracket
Mounting screws for WSI-box
Reference
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Registering this product
Once you have checked that you have all the listed parts, please take time to fill in the
warranty document and return it to your national distributor.
By returning the warranty card, it will assist your distributor to give you prompt and
expert attention. Keep your proof of purchase. Also, your details are added to our
customer database so that you automatically receive new product catalogues when
they are released.
Warranty conditions see 18.
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NX Sea Data
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Installation and Operation Manual
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Installation
The installation includes 6 major steps:
Read the installation and operation manual.
Plan where to install the WSI-box, transducers and instruments.
Run the cables.
Install the WSI-box, transducers and instruments.
Learn the functions and calibrate your system.
Before you begin drilling ... think about how you can make the installation as neat
and simple as your boat will allow. Plan where to position the transducers, Server
and instruments. Think about leaving space for additional instruments in the future.
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A few ”do not” you should consider:
Do not cut the cables too short. Allow extra cable length at the Server so it
can be disconnected for inspection without having to disconnect all
attached cables.
Do not place sealant behind the display. The instrument gasket eliminates
the need for sealant.
Do not run cables in the bilge, where water can appear.
Do not run cables close to fluorescent light sources, engine or radio
transmitting equipment to avoid electrical disturbances.
Do not rush, take your time. A neat installation is easy to do.
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The following material is needed:
Wire cutters and strippers.
Small and large Philips and small flat head screw driver.
Hole saw for the instrument clearance of 63 mm (2½").
Hole saw for the transducer of 51 mm.
2.8mm drill for the WSI-box mounting screws
5 mm (1/4") drill for the mounting holes.
Plastic cable ties
If you are doubtful about the installation, obtain the services of an experienced
technician.
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Installing the instrument
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Place the adhesive drill template on the desired location for the instrument. Drill the
2 holes using a 5 mm (1/4") drill for the two pin bolts. Use a 63 mm (2½") hole saw
to machine the clearance hole for the instrument connection socket. Remove the
template.
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Screw the two pin bolts to the instrument
Put the instrument in place
Screw the two nuts from the back
Note! The two nuts must just be tighten by hand only
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Run the Nexus Network cable from the WSIbox to the instrument.
If you want to cut the Nexus Network cable to
length, disconnect 4-pole jack plug and cut
the cable. Peel off about 35 mm (1.4") of the
cable insulation. Remove about 6 mm (1/4")
from the 3 isolated wires (the 4th wire is an
earth / screen). Attach the 4 cable protectors
to the wires using a pair of flat pliers.
Connect the 4 cable protectors to the 4-pole
jack plug as shown. Apply silicon paste on all
locations as shown.
Note: Must be done to avoid corrosion.
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2.2 Installing the WSI-box
Remove the WSI-box cover from the base plate by removing the
screw. Drill the 3 screw holes using a 2.8 mm (0.11") drill. Mount
the WSI-box using the 3 mounting screws.
Apply silicon paste on the screw terminal. Connect the 8 m Nexus
Network cable supplied with cable protectors to the WSI-box on
pins 13, 14, 15, and 16. Match the colour codes for each wire.
2.3
Installing the Wind Transducer
2.3.1 IMPORTANT Installation information!
BEFORE placing the wind transducer on the mast, a pairing
procedure must be done! See chapter 5
2.3.2 Location
The transducer should be mounted on a horizontal surface in the mast head. If the
masthead is not horizontal a shim has to be added. A 15 shim for Seldén masts is
available (art.no 67400-15).
2.3.3 Mounting in the mast head
The transducer permits any type of horizontal mounting angle.
Mount the unit by directing the pipe (1) down and backwards in the bracket (2). Secure
the nut (3) towards the attachment BY HAND (tools can be needed when demounting).
Attach the security clamp (4) behind the nut.
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2.3.4 Mounting the wind transducer step by step
1. Mark the mounting holes using
the bracket as an template
2. Drill the three mounting holes
using a 3,2mm drill
3. Mount the bracket with the three
supplied screws
4. Insert the transducer into the
bracket from front to back
5. Tighten the lock nut by hand only
(do not use any tool)
6. Attach the security clamp
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2.4
Installing the Log and depth transducers
2.4.1 Correct location of transducer
Generally the transducers should be placed as far forward as possible along the waterline length
and close to the centreline.
It is important that the transducers are always in the water, within the whole speed range of
the boat. Please note that the actual waterline length of fast power boats shortens considerably at
high speeds. Therefore the transducer should be placed at 25-35% along the true waterline from
the bow, when at full speed
Example:
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Sailboats with a fin keel must have the transducer located at least 25 cm but not more than 75 cm
in front of the keel. It should be placed no more than 10 cm off the centreline.
On sailboats with a pronounced “V” in the hull, such as full-keel yachts, it might be favourable to
angle the transducer slightly so that it aims at the bow, rather than directly parallel to the
centreline.
This will help balanced the passing waterflow measurement from one tack to another.
Avoid placing the transducer near the edge of sharp hull chines. Transverse waterflow in these
areas can affect the accuracy of measurements.
If you have a questions about the location of the through-hull, contact your builder, yacht
dealer, or other owners of similar boats for advice. Always remember to allow for
accessibility from the inside of the yacht when determining the final location.
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2.4.2 Installing the through hull fittings
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Installation
Cored fiberglass hull—Follow separate instructions on page 3.
Hole Drilling
Warning: Always wear safety goggles and a dust mask.
1.
Drill a 3 mm or 1/8" pilot hole from inside the hull. If there is a rib, strut or other hull
irregularity near the selected mounting location, drill from the outside.
2.
Using the appropriate size hole saw, cut the hole from outside the hull. Flush
housing—Use a countersink tool to create a “seat” in the hull.
3.
Sand and clean the area around the hole, inside and outside, to ensure that the
sealant will adhere properly to the hull. If there is any petroleum residue inside the
hull, remove it with either mild household detergent or a weak solvent (alcohol)
before sanding.
Metal hull—Remove all burrs with a file and sandpaper.
3.1
Bedding
Apply a 2mm (1/16") thick layer of marine sealant around the lip of the housing that
contacts the hull and up the sidewall of the housing. The sealant must extend 6mm
(1/4") higher than the combined thickness of the hull, washer(s), and hull nut (see
Figure 2). This will ensure there is sealant in the threads to seal the hull and to hold the
hull nut securely in place.
3.2
Installing
Caution: Never pull, carry, or hold the sensor by the cable as this may sever internal
connections.
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From outside the hull, push the housing into the mounting hole using a twisting
motion to squeeze out excess sealant (see Figure 2). Align the arrow on the lip of
the housing to point forward toward the bow. If the sensor is not installed on the
centerline, angle the housing slightly toward the centerline to align it with the water
flow.
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From inside the hull, slide the washer onto the housing. Aluminum hull less than
6mm (1/4") thick—Use an additional rubber, fiberglass, or plastic washer. Never
use bronze since electrolytic corrosion will occur. Never use wood since it will
swell, possibly fracturing the plastic housing.
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Screw the hull nut in place being sure the notch on the upper rim of the housing
and the corresponding arrow on the lip are still positioned forward toward the bow.
(If your plastic housing has wrenching flats, do not clamp tightly, possibly causing
the housing to fracture.) Hand-tighten only. Do not over tighten. Wood hull—
Allow for the wood to swell.
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4.
Remove any excess sealant on the outside of the hull to ensure smooth water flow
over the paddlewheel. Warning: The O-rings must be intact and well lubricated to
make a watertight seal.
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After the sealant cures, inspect the O-rings (replace if necessary) and lubricate
them with the silicone lubricant supplied (see Figure 3).
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Inspect the O-rings on the paddlewheel insert (replace if necessary) and lubricate
them with the silicone lubricant supplied.
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Slide the sensor into the housing with the arrow on the top pointing forward
toward the bow.
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Screw the plastic cap nut in place and hand-tighten only. Do not over tighten.
Warning: Always attach the safety wire to prevent the insert from backing out in
the unlikely event that the cap nut fails or is screwed on incorrectly.
9.
Attach the safety wire to one eye in the hull nut. Thread the short emergency plug
onto the wire. Lead the wire in a counterclockwise direction and thread it through
one eye in the cap nut. Thread the wire through the eye a second time. Then lead
the wire through the pull ring and the second eye in the cap nut. Twist the wire
securely to itself.
10. Route the cable to the WSI-box being careful not to tear the cable jacket when
passing it through the bulkhead(s) and other parts of the boat. To reduce electrical
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interference, separate the sensor cable from other electrical wiring and the engine.
Coil any excess cable and secure it in place with zip-ties to prevent damage.
11. Connect the sensor to the WSI-box according to chapter 3.5.
3.3
Checking for Leaks
Warning: Never install a thru-hull sensor and leave the boat in the water unchecked for
several days.
When the boat is placed in the water, immediately check around the thru-hull sensor
for leaks. Note that very small leaks may not be readily observed. It is best not to leave
the boat in the water for more than 3 hours before checking it again. If there is a small
leak, there may be considerable bilge water accumulation after 24 hour. If a leak is
observed, repeat “Bedding” and “Installing” on page 2 immediately.
3.4
Installation in a Cored Fiberglass Hull
The core (wood or foam) must be cut and sealed carefully. The core must be protected
from water seepage, and the hull must be reinforced to prevent it from crushing under
the hull nut allowing the housing to become loose. Warning: Always wear safety
goggles and a dust mask.
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Drill a 3mm or 1/8" pilot hole from inside the hull. If there is a rib, strut, or other hull
irregularity near the selected mounting location, drill from the outside. (If the hole is
drilled in the wrong location, drill a second hole in a better location. Apply masking
tape to the outside of the hull over the incorrect hole and fill it with epoxy.)
2.
Using the 51mm or 2" hole saw, cut the hole from outside the hull through the outer
skin only (see Figure 4).
3.
From inside the hull, use the 60mm or 2-3/8" hole saw to cut through the inner skin
and most of the core. The core material can be very soft. Apply only light pressure
to the hole saw after cutting through the inner skin to avoid accidentally cutting the
outer skin.
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4.
Remove the plug of core material so the inside of the outer skin and the inner core
of the hull are fully exposed. Sand and clean the inner skin, core, and the outer
skin around the hole. Caution: Completely seal the hull to prevent water seepage
into the core.
5.
If you are skilled with fiberglass, saturate a layer of fiberglass cloth with a suitable
resin and lay it inside the hole to seal and strengthen the core. Add layers until the
hole is the correct diameter. Alternatively, a hollow or solid cylinder of the correct
diameter can be coated with wax and taped in place. Fill the gap between the
cylinder and hull with casting epoxy. After the epoxy has set, remove the cylinder.
6.
Sand and clean the area around the hole, inside and outside, to ensure that the
sealant will adhere properly to the hull. If there is any petroleum residue inside the
hull, remove it with either mild household detergent or a weak solvent (alcohol)
before sanding.
7.
Proceed with “Bedding” and “Installing” on page 2.
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Electrical Installation
3A Fuse
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Apply silicon paste to the instrument connection pins at the back of the instrument.
Press the jack plug onto the instrument pins. Press the cable in to the cable leads.
Mount the connection back cover with the screw.
Connection to other Nexus systems
A NX system is fully compatible with other Nexus Network system such as NX2. If you
want to connect the NX system to a NX2 system, you have to move the connection of
the log and depth transducers to the WSI box. Note that a 200kHz depth transducer
must be used. The 200kHz transducer is recognized by the colour of the leads that
should be blue, black and screen. If your existing depth transducer has other colours of
the transducer leads, it has to be changed. 200kHz transducers are available for all
types of Nexus through hull fittings.
The Nexus network cable of the NX system may be connected at any location in the
existing Nexus system. That is normally at the NX2 Server but if it is more convenient,
you may connect the NX Network cable to any existing NX2 instrument.
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Pairing procedure of wind transducer
When all instruments have been installed, a pairing procedure between the wireless
wind transducer and the WSI unit must be made to introduce it to your specific NX
network system. This is how you do it:
a.
Make sure the wind transducer is fully charged!
If the wind transducer has been stored in a dark place for a long time,
you must first charge it by exposing the solar cell for sun light some
hours before use.
b.
Pairing!
Hold the wind transducer within 2m from the Wireless WSI unit, and
then press the INIT button (through the hole in the bottom of the
battery lid) by use of the “pin”.
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If the batter lid is open, you may see the LED. The built in LED will
flash 2 times then lit for 2s, before it is turned off. Your Nexus system
is now ready for use.
If the pairing of some reason did not work, the LED will flash a third
time. You should then release the WSI-box airing, see below!
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Re-initialization of the wind transducer
To release the Wind transducer and re-initializing it, press and hold the INIT
button for 5s.
The wind transducer can then be re-initialised again to the same, or to any other
WSI-box as described above.
när den åter skall monteras. Se procedur enligt ovan.
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Maintenance!
If you have been using the Wireless wind for several seasons, you may need to
change the rechargeable cells.
Use Nexus original NiMh cells.
IMPORTANT! Do not change the rechargeable cell in strong light! If needed, cover
the solar cell with your hand while changing cells!
Open the battery lid and remove the old cell from the connector, install the new
cells. Return the used Cells to waste collection!
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Change transducer or WSI-box / Release the pairng
If the wireless transducer or the WSI box has to be exchanged, WSI-box piring has to
be released. To release the WSI-box, there are two alteratives:
A From a NX Sea Data instrument
1. Press and hold the SET button for two seconds
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Press the PLUS button until the text C15 is showed
Note the value for C15.
Press SET (short) and enter the value 99.9 using MINUS, PLUS and PAGE.
Press SET.
The WSI-boxen has now released the pairing and you can now enter the value you
noted under point 3 again
Press PAGE followed by SET to exit the setting mode
B From a NX Wind instrument
1. Press and hold the SET button for two seconds
2. Press the PAGE button until the text C50 is showed
3. Press the PLUS button until the text C53 is showed
4. Note the value for C53 (normally 1.70).
5. Press SET (short) and enter the value 1.99 using MINUS, PLUS and PAGE.
6. Press SET.
7. The WSI-boxen has now released the pairing and you can now enter the value
you noted under point 4 again
8. Press PAGE followed by SET to exit the setting mode
Release the pairing of the wind transducer
To release the Wind transducer and re-initializing it, press and hold the INIT button (see
picture on previous page) for 5s. Use the supplied initialization pin.
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First start
Sea Data
9.1
Initialising the instrument
You will be asked to press SET (PrESkey)
on the instruments the very first time after
installation. This will give the instrument a
logical ID number that belongs to your
specific Nexus Network.
Press SET, on each installed instrument, one
at the time.
Always wait for the text ‘Init OK’
to be displayed, before you
press
SET
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next
instrument!
The first unit ID number is 16, then 17 and so
on in the order which you press SET.
The example shows that the Sea Data
instrument version number is 1.0 and that
the instrument was given the logical ID
number 16.. The Wind instrument has
version no. 1.00 and ID number 17
The bottom row in the Sea Data shows the
software version (4.8) and ID number (0) of
the network master (WSI-box or Server).
When the NX WSI-box is network master,
the ID number is 2
When the NX2 Server is network master, the ID
number is 0
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How to use the push-buttons of the Sea Data
MAIN
PAGE
MAIN
FUNCTION
SUB
FUNCTION
CLEAR
Clear trip log,
cancel alarms
or reset the
timer.
MINUS
Move to the next
sub-function.
In edit mode:
Decreases the
shown value
PAGE
Change main
function, either
SPEED or
DEPTH.
In edit mode:
Moves the cursor
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PLUS
Move to the
previous subfunction
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In edit mode:
Increase the
shown value
SET
Set or edit alarm
value or
calibration.
Start race timer
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9.3
Instrument backlight
The back light may be switched on at the Sea Data or wind instrument.
1. Press and hold PAGE
2 sec
2. Select backlight level with PLUS
3. Set the light level with SET
10 Function overview of the Sea Data
The functions in the Sea Data instrument are divided into 2 pages:
SPEED and DEPTH.
The selected page is indicated by the LCD mark at top of the display.
Each page has 2 types of functions that can be displayed together:
1. Main-function, displayed at the top of the display in 30 mm high digits.
2. Sub-function, displayed at the bottom part of the display in 17 mm high digits.
You can easily customise your favourite combination of functions, (See 9).
The instrument can display metric and imperial units.
For unit selection, (see 14).
For function overview and transducers needed to display each function, see below.
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11 SPEED functions
The Sea Data instruments SPEED page is indicated by the LCD
marker at top of the display. You can easily combine this main
function with any sub function (See 9).
SPEED main-function
Boat speed through the water
Unit available in knots (KT), km/h (Kh) or miles/h (Mh)
SPEED sub-functions
Both water speed and water temperature is measured from the
log transducer.
TRIP LOG (TRP)
Distance from 0 to 199,99 NM
To reset TRIP LOG press CLEAR.
TOTAL LOG (LOG)
Distance from 0 to 19999 NM.
The total log can not be reset.
START TIMER (STA)
Count down timer can be set between 59 and 1 minute.
To start the timer from minus 10 minutes (-10’STA) press SET.
The figure 1 in 10 is flashing. Press SET to start.
Change start timer.
Set to 5 minutes (-5’STA), press PAGE, MINUS and PLUS as
required to set 5 minutes (or any value), Press SET to Start.
During the last 10 seconds the alarm will sound once every
second.
TIMER
Elapsed time in hour, minute and seconds from power on, or
from end of start timer count down. Press CLEAR to reset.
AVERAGE SPEED (AVS)
The average speed from power on, or from reset of timer
To reset press CLEAR
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MAXIMUM SPEED (MAX)
Maximum speed since power on, or from reset of start timer
To reset, press CLEAR
DEPTH (unit/DPT)
Depth reading can be set to show distance from the water
surface or from the keel.
Unit in meters (m), feet (FT) or fathoms (FA)
The text alternates between the selected (unit) and (DPT).
BATTERY (BAT)
The Battery voltage measured in the WSI unit.
TEMPERATURE (TMP)
Water temperature is measured in the log transducer.
Unit available in Celsius (C) or Fahrenheit (F)
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12 DEPTH functions
DEPTH main-function
The actual depth between the boats keel or the water surface.
Units in meters (m), feet (FT) or fathoms (FA)
Preference is set by the user.
DEPTH sub-functions
LIGHT CONTROL
Set light level for all instruments, LOW, MID, MAX or OFF.
SHALLOW ALARM (SHA)
Aaudible and visual alarm is activated if the actual depth becomes
less than the pre-set value.
DEPTH ALARM (DEA)
Aaudible and visual alarm is activated if the actual depth becomes
deeper than the pre-set value.
ANCHOR ALARM
Aaudible and visual alarm is activated if the actual depth becomes
less or deeper than the pre-set values.
Set shallow (SHA) alarm to actual depth minus 1,5 m / 5 FT then
set depth (DEA) alarm to actual value plus 1.5 m / 5 FT.
BOAT SPEED (BSP/unit)
Boat speed 8water speed)
Unit in knots (KT), km/h (Kh) or miles/h (Mh)
Text alternates between (BSP) and the selected (unit).
Barometric pressure (unit/hPA)
The wireless windtransducer has a built in barometric pressure
sensor. The Sea Data instrument displays the barometric
pressure in the following units; Hecto Pascal (hPa) or Inch HG
(INH). To set the unit (See 9.1.9, C25).
12.1.1 TRUE WIND ANGLE (TWA)
This function requires a log transducer.
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12.1.2 APPARENT WIND ANGLE (TWA)
Displays the apparent wind angle.
12.1.3 TRUE WIND SPEED TWS
This function requires a log transducer. Displayed in m/s (m/s),
knots (KTS) or Beaufort (BF). (See 12.5, C52).The text alternates
between (TWS) and the selected (unit)
12.1.4 APPARENT WIND SPEED (AWS)
Units displayed in m/s (m/s), knots (KTS) or Beaufort (BF), (see
12.5, C52). The function alternates between (AWS) and the
selected (units).
12.2 Set shallow (SHA) and depth alarm (DEA)
Select shallow (SHA) or depth (DEA) alarm, press SET.
The first digit in the previous value flashes.
If you want to reset the previous value to zero (0), Press CLEAR.
To select desired depth press MINUS, PLUS and PAGE as
required.
Press SET to lock the selected value.
By this last press on SET, you have turned on the selected alarm
function, which is indicated by the minute sign ( ´ ) above the last
depth digit in the sub-function.
12.3 Set and turn on anchor alarm (ANC)
Select anchor alarm (ANC), press SET.
The first digit flashes.
The instrument will suggest a value for the shallow (SHA) alarm
(actual depth minus 1,5 m / 5 FT).
To store the value press SET, or select your own depth as in 7.3.
The minute sign ( ´ ) is shown above the last depth digit in the
sub-function.
The instrument will suggest a value for the depth (DEA) alarm
(actual depth plus 1,5 m / 5 FT).
To store the value press SET, or select your own depth as in 7.3.
The minute sign ( ´ ) is shown above the last depth digit in the
sub-function.
12.4 Clear an alarm value
Select the alarm function to be cleared, press SET.
The first digit flashes.
To clear the alarm, press CLEAR. All digits are set to zero (0).
Press SET to lock the function.
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12.5 Silencing an alarm
To silence a triggered alarm that sounds and flashes, press ANY
button.
The sound is silenced and the flashing stops.
The alarm is only triggered again if the selected depth value is
exceeded (shallower or deeper) by 2 m (6 feet).
12.6 Turning OFF or ON an alarm
Select the alarm function to be turned off / on.
To turn the alarm off / on, press CLEAR.
The minute sign ( ´ ) disappears / appears.
When a triggered alarm has been silenced, it will only be triggered
again if the selected depth value differs by +/-2m (6 ft)
If a different page than DEPTH is shown when the alarm is
triggered, the set alarm function will automatically be shown
flashing, until you silence or turn off the alarm. The instrument will
then automatically return to the previous page.
Loss of depth signals are indicated with 3 dotted lines ( --- ) until a
new echo is received.
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13 Customise your display
All sub-functions are organised in a list under the main-function. The first location in the
sub-function list is an empty display. You can have your favourite sub-function moved
in the same sub-function list, or copied and locked to any other page.
13.1 Move and lock a sub-function
Example: In SPEED page, move and lock the sub-function depth (DPT) to the top of
the sub-function list.
Select the SPEED page and find the sub-function depth (DPT). Press PAGE and SET
together. All digits flash.
To lock the sub-function press SET.
Each time the SPEED page is selected, the sub-function (DPT) will be displayed at the
top of the sub-function list.
13.2 Copy and lock a sub-function
Example: Copy and lock the sub-function true wind speed (TWS) from DEPTH page to
SPEED page.
Select DEPH page and find the sub-function (TWS).
Press PAGE and SET together.
All digits flash. To move and copy to SPEED page, press PAGE.
To lock the function, press SET.
Each time the SPEED page is selected, the sub-function (TWS) will be displayed.
The copied sub-function remains in its original location. It is only copied to a second
location, where it takes the place of the empty sub-function in the list.
13.3 Select power on function
The last selected combination of page and sub-functions according to your selection in
8.2 is the first page the instrument will display at power up.
13.4 Cancel a moved or locked sub-function
Example: To cancel the previous moved sub-function true wind speed (TWS) from
SPEED page.
Select the new combination, SPEED page and sub-function (TWS).
Press PAGE and SET together.
All digits flash.
To cancel the moved sub-function, press CLEAR.
The sub-function is cancelled and the main-function still flashes.
To return to the original display, press SET.
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13.5 How to use the push buttons of the Wind instrument
MAIN
FUNCTION
APPARENT
WIND ANGLE
INFOTEXT
TRUE
WIND ANGLE
SUBFUNCTION
CLEAR
A press on
CLEAR, clear
digits, cancel
alarms or resets
the counters.
MINUS
A press on
MINUS moves to
the next subfunction.
In edit mode it
decreases to the
previous digit.
PAGE
A press on
PAGE toggles
the analog scale
The PAGE
button is also
used to move the
cursor when in
edit mode.
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PLUS
A press on PLUS
moves to the
previous subfunction.
In edit mode it
increases to the
next digit.
SET
A press on SET
unlocks a digit to
access edit
mode.
When unlocked,
the digits are
'active' (flashes)
and can be
edited by
pressing MINUS,
PLUS and PAGE
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13.6 Main function
Top data is what should be displayed as the top function, this is a function that is
selected in the set-up for the instrument and normally it is selected once and then it is
not changed. The two options are:
[AWA] (Apparent Wind Angle)
[TWA] (True Wind Angle), requires a log transducer.
To change between these functions, see C12, 15.1.2.
13.7 Analogue function
Wind scale is showing +/- 180° wind angle (5 degree / segment).
The text [APP = apparent] or [TRU = true] is displayed when PAGE is pressed. For
closed hauled function, se setting C20.
TWD 360
When a compass or GPS is connected to the Nexus Network, the text
TWD 360 display shows True Wind Direction (geographical).
To select Compass, See 15.1.7
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13.8 Sub-functions
Select sub-function with PLUS or MINUS.
13.8.1
Apparent Wind Speed [AWS]
The text [AWS] (Apparent Wind Speed) and its value is displayed below.
The text [AWS] is toggled with the text [KTS] (KnoTS), [M/S] (Metres/S) or [BF]
(Beaufort) depending on unit selected.
13.8.2
True Wind Speed [TWS]
The text [TWS] (True Wind Speed) and its value is displayed below.
The text [TWS] (True Wind Speed) is toggled with the text [KTS] (KnoTS), [M/S]
(Metres/s) or [BF] (BeauFort).
13.8.3
Velocity Made Good (VMG)
The text [VMG] (Velocity Made Good) is
displayed with the actual boat speed
towards or against the Wind.
The water speed information from the log
transducer is needed. The speed
information can be taken from the log
transducer or from Nexus Network. VMG
= 0.0 knots when the true Wind angle is
perpendicular to the boat.
13.8.4
WIND
Boat speed
The text [BSP] (Boat Speed) and its value is displayed below.
13.8.5
Start up mode
Your favourite function will automatically be displayed after power on.
Press both PAGE and SET to ”park” the displayed function. The display will flash once
to confirm that you have ”parked” the function.
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13.9 More functions in a Nexus Network
When connected in the Nexus Network, the following additional functions will be added:
Count down display (race timer)
TWD (True Wind Direction)
Use GPS as reference for TWS, TWA and TWD instead of water speed.
13.9.1
Count down display
If you are using the race timer on the Multi or Log instrument you
will have a graphical 60 second countdown timer ”popping up” on
this instrument.
Note, the race timer must be set to 5min or more!
In this example there is 45 second to start.
13.9.2
Geographic Wind direction (TWD)
To get this function, set Reference for Direction (See 15.1.7).
Text [TWD] is displayed shortly, then is the abbreviation for
Wind directions displayed, [SSW], [NO], [WNW] etc. together
with the numerical direction below. The graphic direction is also
displayed by pressing PAGE one or more times until the display
to the right is displayed together with the ”pointer”.
You may also check long term geographical Wind shifts by
entering a ”marker” at present Wind direction as a remainder.
The ”marker” will stay until power off or by clearing the function.
A Wind shift of 5° will be easy to detect after hours of sailing.
Select function [TWD 360°] with PAGE, and when the text
[TWD] is flashing press SET.
The ”marker” is now set. When there is a constant Wind shift,
you will see this ”marker” as a slow blinking reminder of the
origin Wind direction.
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14 Calibration setting up the Sea Data instrument
To get the most out of your Nexus instrument, it is important to
carefully calibrate the instrument. The calibration values are
stored in a memory and will keep the values even if the instrument
is un powered for more than 1o years.
To access calibration mode, press and hold SET more than 2
seconds.
To select a calibration code, press MINUS, PLUS as required.
To return to normal mode, press PAGE followed by SET when the
text return (RET) is displayed.
To change a calibration value, press SET.
To select calibration value, press MINUS, PLUS and PAGE as
required.
To lock the selected value, press SET
14.1 Calibration of speed C10
14.1.1
Return C10 (RET)
To return to normal mode, press SET.
14.1.2 Unit for Speed, C11 (Unit KTS)
Unit for speed. Knots (KTS), km/h (K/h) or miles/h (m/h).
Note, this is a local setting and has to be done on both Sea Data
and the Wind instrument
14.1.3 Calibration of Speed, C12 (1.25 CAL)
This is a system setting and you only need to enter the value on
one of the instruments.
Calibration value for speed and distance (0.00 - 1.99).
Drive the boat a measured distance at normal speed.
Compare the distance with the trip counter.
Calculate the value with the following formula:
True distance from the sea chart :
Log trip counter distance:
The current calibration value:
New calibration value.
T
L
C
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If you suspect a current in the water, drive the boat in both
directions and divide trip counter distance by 2.
14.1.4 Damping of Speed, C13 (SEA)
Damping of indicated boat speed through the water. Controls the
response time of speed changes.
To change damping, press SET.
To select damping level, press PLUS and select from:
(LOW) 1 sec, (MED) 5 sec and (MAX) 22 sec.
To store the value, press SET.
Default value is (LOW), for use in calm sea. But if the sea is
rough, you may want to ”stabilise” the readout on the display, then
select (MID) or (MAX).
Damping is set separately for each instrument.
14.1.5 Unit for Depth readings, C14 (Unit m)
Unit for depth. Metre (m), feet (Ft) or fathoms (FA).
Note, this is a local setting and has to be done on both Sea Data
and the Wind instrument
14.1.6 Adjust Depth readings, C15 ( - 00.0 ADJ)
Calibration of the depth transducer position.
This option is used to select whether the displayed water depth is
measured from the water level or the keel.
To measure from the keel, use the minus ( - ) sign.
Example: ( - 01.2 ADJ). The distance from the transducer to the
keel is 1.2 m
To measure from the water surface, use the underlining character
( _ ) sign.
Example: ( _ 00.4 ADJ). The distance from the transducer to the
water surface is 0.4 m.
The selected value will be subtracted or added from the measured
depth.
14.1.7 Unit for Temp readings, C16 (Unit°C)
Unit for temperature. Celsius (C) or Fahrenheit (F).
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14.1.8 Adjustment of Temp reading,C17 (0°C TMP)
Value to adjust the temperature.
To add, use underlining character ( _ ) ahead of the digit ( _1
TMP).
To subtract, use minus character ( - ) ahead of the digit (-1 TMP).
14.1.9 Unit for Air Pressure, C18 (Unit hPA)
Future function. Unit for air pressure. Hecto Pascal (hPa) or Inch
HG (INH).
14.1.10 Unit for Wind Speed, C19 (Unit m/s)
Unit for wind speed. Metre/second (m/s), knots (KTS) or Beaufort
(BF).
Note, this is a local setting and has to be done on both Sea Data
and the Wind instrument
14.1.11 Adjustment of Wind Angle, C20 (000° ADJ)
Mast top unit misalignment adjust value or the so called ”A-fault”,
makes it possible to choose any horizontal mounting angle.
Example 1: If the wind angle is +4° (from Starboard) when you
sail/drive the boat straight into the wind. Set the calibration
channel C54 to 356°.
Example 2: If the wind angle is -4° (from port) when you sail/drive
the boat straight into the wind. Set the calibration channel C54 to
004°.
14.1.12 Damping of Wind Readings, C21 (SEA LOW)
Damping of wind information. Controls the response time of wind
changes. To change damping, press SET. To select damping
level, press PLUS and select from: LOW) 1 sec, (MED) 5 sec and
(MAX) 22 sec. To store the selected value, press SET.
Factory value is (LOW), for use in calm sea. But if the sea is
rough, you may want to ”stabilise” the readout on the display, then
select MID or (MAX). Damping is set separately for each
instrument.
14.1.13 Key beep setting, C22 (OFF KEY)
(On) = Sound when push buttons are pressed. (OFF) = no sound.
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15 Calibration and setup of the Wind instrument
To get the most out of your Nexus instrument, it is important to carefully calibrate the
instrument. The calibration values are stored in a non volatile memory.
To access calibration page, press and hold SET more than 2 seconds.
To select a calibration code, press MINUS, PLUS and PAGE as required.
To return to normal operation PAGE, press SET when the text return (RET) is
displayed.
The calibration routines are divided into two groups:
C10 - C19 = USR, User settings.
C50 - C62 = WND, Wind transducer settings/calibrations.
To change a calibration value, press SET.
To select calibration value, press MINUS, PLUS and PAGE as required.
To lock the selected value, press SET.
15.1 User settings, C10
To return to normal PAGE, press SET when the text [rET] is
displayed.
15.1.1
Select the dampening, C11
The dampening will affect Wind angle, Wind speed, boat speed
and VMG. Dampening is between d0 (0s) and d9 (1’20).
To change the dampening, press SET and change with PLUS or
MINUS and enter with SET. Note, the damping is local and will
affect this instrument only.
15.1.2
Select main information, C12
Select function to be display at the top left of the LCD display.
AWA
Apparent Wind Angle.
TWA
True Wind angle by the use of log transducer.
15.1.3
Beep when a key is pressed, C13
Setting On will make a beep at every key press, while OFF is
silent.
15.1.4
Select unit for BSP/VMG, C14
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Unit for VMG, knots (KTS), km/h (K/h) or miles/h (m/h)
15.1.5
Calibration of log transducer, C15
If the Wind is installed with WSI-box or NX2 Server where
the log is already calibrated, no further calibration is
needed.
Calibration value for speed and distance (1.00 - 1.99)
Check calibration in your Nexus log and enter the same value.
15.1.6
Reference for Speed, water or
GPS, C16
Select speed reference. Log transducer, Nexus or SOG
BSP - Log signals direct in to the Wind instrument
NEX – Boat speed information comes via the Nexus Network
(Server or WSI-box)
SOG – SOG from GPS is used as speed reference.
15.1.7
Reference for Direction, C17
Select direction reference. Compass transducer, COG or Static
OFF – No direction reference is used
HDC – Compass heading comes via the Nexus Network
COG – COG from GPS is used as direction reference
STA – Static mode, when used as fixed reference at your
boat club.
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Note! [COG] as reference will only operate properly when the
boat is doing speed over ground.
If COG is used and the boat is lying still, the TWD will show
random readings.
15.1.8
Where is the wind Tx connected,
C18
[On] = Set to On if a Wind transducer is connected at the Wind
instrument with a cable.
[OFF] = Set to OFF if a Wireless Wind transducer is used or the
Wind transducer is connected at the NX2 Server.
15.1.9
Demo mode selection, C19
The Wind instrument has a built in demonstration PAGE. All
values are simulated in this PAGE. It is convenient to learn the
functions of the instrument by using this PAGE.
Every 7th second the text DEM will appear to alert you that the
demo PAGE is selected.
15.1.10
Closed hauled PAGE, C20
The Wind instrument can be set to use the closed hauled page.
Factory setting is OFF.
When this page C20 is ON, the LCD will show this image when
PAGE is pressed!
The scale can be altered between 60° and 180° to get
more accurate readings. At scale 180° each sector
represents 5° and at scale 60° each sector represents
1 2/3°.
MIX 180°
MIX 60°
The text MIX 180° means that both APP and
TRUE Wind angle is displayed in scale 180°.
The text MIX 60° means that both APP and
TRUE is displayed in scale 60.
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15.2 Wind Settings, C50
To return to normal PAGE, press SET when the text C50 [rET]
is displayed.
C51 not used!
15.2.1
Unit for Wind speed, C52
Unit for Wind speed [KTS] for (KnoTS), [M/S] for (Metres/S) and
[BF] for (Beaufort).
15.2.2
Wind speed calibration, C53
This setting is for calibration of wind speed. For a standard TwinFin transducer, the value should be 1.70. For Mono-Fin
transducers, the calibration value should be 1.50
15.2.3
Adjustment of Wind angle, C54
Mast top unit misalignment adjust value or the so called ”Afault”, makes it possible to adjust any horizontal angle.
Example: If the Wind angle is +4° when you sail/drive the boat
straight into the Wind, set the calibration value in C54 to 356°.
15.2.4
Calibration for the Wind transducer, C55-C62
Note, this setting only apply to non Wireless transducers.
Wireless transducers are calibrated and the values are
stored in the wind transducer.
In channels C55 to C62 you set the calibration values for the
mast top unit. Each mast top unit is individually calibrated for
best accuracy. See the separate Wind calibration certificate
supplied with each mast top unit. Each of the inter-cardinal
directions are calibrated.
C55
C56
C57
C58
C59
C60
C61
C62
000
045
090
135
180
225
270
315
000°
045°
090°
135°
180°
225°
270°
315°
Set the calibration value according
to the provided calibration certificate
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16 Maintenance and fault finding
16.1 Maintenance
•
•
•
•
•
To clean the instrument, use only mild soap solution and rinse
with water.
Do not use detergents or high pressure washing equipment.
At least once a year, check all your connections and apply
additional silicon paste at each connection point.
Always use the instrument cover for protection, when not in
use.
Storing transducers and instruments when not in use for
longer periods: It is advisable to remove the instruments and
transducers, and store them inside the boat or at home in
room temperature, if possible.
16.2 Fault finding
Before you contact your NX2 dealer, and to assist your dealer to
give you a better service, please check the following points and
make a list of:
•
•
•
All connected instrument and trancducers , including their
software version numbers.
Server software version number.
Nexus Network data bus ID numbers for each instrument
(displayed at power up).
16.2.1 General fault finding
In most cases, the reason for faults in electronic equipment is the
installation or poor connections. Therefore, always first check that:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Installation and connection is made per instructions for
instrument and transducers, (see 2).
Screw terminals are carefully tightened.
No corrosion on any connection points.
No loose ends in the wires causing short cuts to adjacent
wires.
Cables for damage, that no cables are squeezed or worn.
Battery voltage is sufficient, should be at least 10V DC.
The fuse is not blown and the circuit-breaker has not opened.
The fuse is of the right type.
Two instruments do not have the same ID number, (see 3).
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16.2.2
Fault - action
1. Speed and distance functions: No reading ( --- )
For more information, see manual for WSI-box or NX2 Server.
Irregular values: Check the speed damping (SEA), (see 14.1.4).
2. Wind: No reading ( --- )
For more information, see manual for WSI box or NX2 Server.
16.2.3
Error messages
The following error messages can appear on the display:
ERROR 2
connections
ERROR 3
ERROR 10
Nexus Network is missing, check colour coded
No data received within a given time.
Range error caused by bad format e.g. 400°.
If other error messages than the above appears on the Sea Data
instrument, contact your Nexus dealer.
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17 Specifications
17.1 Technical specifications Sea Data
Dimensions:
Instrument cable:
Sea data instrument: 113 x 113 x23 mm
(4.3x4.3 inch).
8 m (26 ft).
Power supply:
Power
consumption at 12V:
12V DC (10-16V). The instruments are polarity protected
Temperature range:
Storage:-30°to +80°C (-22°to +176°F)
Operation: -10° to +70°C(14°to +158°F)
Sea Data instrument:
260 gram (9.17 oz).
Sea Data Instrument:
Water proof
Weight:
Enclousure:
Sea Data instrument: 0,08W
with maximum lighting 0,8W.
Server: 0,2W.
17.2 Technical specifications Wind Instrument
Dimensions:
Instrument cable:
113 x 113 x23 mm
(4.3x4.3 inch).
8 m (26 ft).
Power supply:
Power
consumption at 12V:
12V DC (10-16V). The instruments are polarity protected
Temperature range:
Storage:-30°to +80°C (-22°to +176°F)
Operation: -10° to +70°C(14°to +158°F)
260 gram (9.17 oz).
Water proof
Weight:
Enclousure:
0,08W
with maximum lighting 0,8W.
17.3 Technical specifications WSI-box
Dimensions:
Instrument cable:
WSI-box: 110 x 65 x 30 mm.
8 m (26 ft).
Power supply:
Power
consumption at 12V:
12V DC (10-16V). The instruments are polarity protected
Temperature range:
Storage:-30°to +80°C (-22°to +176°F)
Operation: -10° to +70°C(14°to +158°F)
130 gram. (7.76 oz).
Splash proof
Weight:
Enclousure:
WSI-box: 0,2W.
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CE approval
The products conforms to the EMC requirements for immunity and
emission according to EN 50 08-1.
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