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SIDEPOWER
SE 60/185 S
Ignition Protected
thruster assembly
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SLEIPNER MOTOR AS
P.O. Box 519
N-1612 Fredrikstad
Norway
Tel: +47 69 30 00 60
Fax: +47 69 30 00 70
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Made in Norway
Installation and user manual
© Sleipner Motor AS version 1.0 - 2007
Contents
Technical
specifications ......................................................... 2
Technical specifications..............................................................
Planning && important
importantprecautions..............................................
precautions ......................................... 3
Stern thruster
thrusterinstallation
installationconsiderations...................................
considerations ............................. 3
Bolt on
on installation
installation.....................................................................
.................................................................. 4
Mould on
on installation
installation. ...............................................................
................................................................ 5
Gearhouse and
andmotorbracket.
motorbracket
................................................ 6
....................................................
Oil tank && propellers..................................................................
propellers .............................................................. 7
Electromotor IP
IPassembly.
assembly
...................................................... 8
..........................................................
Electrical installation
installation..................................................................
............................................................... 9
Control panel
paneland
andcontrol-leads...............................................
control-leads .......................................... 10
Visual wiring
wiringdiagram...............................................................
diagram ........................................................... 11
Technical
wiringdiagram
diagram.........................................................
..................................................... 12
Technical wiring
Electrical installation
installationofofstern
sternthruster
thruster
systems
................... 12
systems
........................12
Checklist
............................................................................... 13
Checklist...................................................................................
Important user
userprecautions.
precautions
.................................................. 14
......................................................
How to
to use
useSidepower
Sidepowerthrusters..............................................
thrusters ......................................... 15
Maintenance
.......................................................................... 16
Maintenance.............................................................................
Troubleshooting
.................................................................... 17
Troubleshooting........................................................................
Warranty statement
statement.................................................................
............................................................... 18
Parts list.
list...................................................................................
................................................................................ 19
Service centres
centres .......................................................................
...................................................................... 20
DECLARATION
OFCONFORMITY
CONFORMITY
DECLARATION OF
We, Sleipner
Sleipner Motor
MotorAS
AS
We,
P.O. Box 519
N-1612 Fredrikstad,
Fredrikstad,Norway
Norway
that this
thisproduct
productwith
withaccompanying
accompanying
declare that
standard remote
remotecontrol
controlsystems
systemscomplies
complieswith
withthethe
standard
essential health
healthand
andsafety
safetyrequirements
requirementsaccording
according
essential
Directive89/336/EEC
89/336/EECofof23
23May
May1989
1989
to the Directive
amended by
by 92/31/EEC
92/31/EECand
and93/68/EEC.
93/68/EEC.
amended
Technical specifications
Motor:
Motor:
made reversible
reversibleDC-motor.
DC-motor.
Custom made
Gearhouse:
Gearhouse:
Seawater resistant
resistant bronze. Ballbearing
combination of ballbearing and slide bearing
Seawater
Ballbearing at propellershaft;
propellershaft; combination
bearing at
at
driveshaft.
driveshaft.
bracket:
Motor bracket:
Seawaterresistant aluminium.
aluminium.
Ignition
Ignition protection:
protection: Conforms
Conforms to
to ISO
ISO 8846
8846
Propeller:
Propeller:
5-blade
design
"Q-prop"
propeller,
reinforced composite.
5 blade Skew-back
skew "Q-prop"
propeller,
reinforced
composite.
Batteries:
Batteries:
recommended battery
batterycapacity
capacity(cold
(coldcrank
crankcapacity
capacitybybyDIN
DINstandard)
standard)
Minimum recommended
SE60/185S 12V
12V ::350
350CCA
CCADIN
DIN/ /24V
24V: 175
: 175CCA
CCADIN
DIN
SE60/185S
use:
Max. use:
are protected
protected against
againstoverheating.
overheating.
S2 = 3 min. or appr. 7-10% within a limited time frame. All electromotors
electromotors are
Safety:
Safety:
change
of of
drive
direction.
Electric
thermal
cut-off
switch in
Electronic time-lapse
time-lapse device
deviceprotects
protectsagainst
againstsudden
sudden
change
drive
direction.
Electric
thermal
cut-off
electromotor
protects against
over
heating
(auto
reset when
motorelectro
cools down).
switch
in electromotor
protects
against
over
heating
(auto electro
reset when
motor cools down).
protects
electromotor
andand
gearsystem
if propeller
gets gets
jammed.
Shearpin between
between electro-motor
electro-motorand
anddriveshaft
driveshaft
protects
electromotor
gearsystem
if propeller
jammed.
If original Sidepower panel is used, the panel shuts off automatically 6 minutes after last use.
If
original Sidepower
panelmonitors
is used,solenoids,
the panelreducing
shuts offwear
automatically
minuteslock-in.
after last
use. of thruster in
Integrated
microprocessor
and risk of6solenoid
Auto-stop
case of accidental
solenoidmonitors
lock-in orsolenoids,
if run signal
is continous
for more
3 minutes.
Integrated
microprocessor
reducing
wear and
risk ofthan
solenoid
lock-in. Auto-stop of thruster in
case of accidental solenoid lock-in or if run signal is continous for more than 3 minutes.
Measurements ref.
mm / inch
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Inside tunnel dia.
Max. stern
thickness
Motor output
Voltage
W.L.
SE60/185S
B
265mm / 10,43"
256mm / 10,08"
150mm / 5,91"
337mm / 13,3"
ø300mm / 11,8"
ø200mm / 7,84"
6x ø9,0mm / 0,35"
ø129mm / 5,08"
185mm / 7,28"
C
D
60°
35mm / 1,38"
3,1 KW / 4 HP
12 / 24 Volt
Bolt holes dia: G
Bolt position radius: H
Cut out in stern: F
A
Outside of flange: E
SESP55S2i
60/185S
ignition
protected
thrusterassembly
assembly
ignition
protected
thruster
1.0- 2006
- 2007
1.1
2
Planning and important precautions
Prior to installation, it is important that the installer reads this guide to ensure necessary acquaintance with this product.

The electromotor assembly must be handled carefully. Do not lift it by the internal connections or put it down on the driveshaft.

Beware to keep installation within adviced measurements.

We advice to paint the gearhouse and propellers with antifouling. PS! Do not paint the zinc anodes, sealings or propellershafts.

Do not finish the inside of the tunnel with a layer of gelcoat / topcoat or similiar. It is only room for a thin layer of primer and two layers
of anti-fouling between the tunnel and the props.

With the boat on land, only run the thruster for a fraction of a second, as without resistance it will accelerate very fast to a damaging
rpm. Also, while the thruster is in air, make sure to avoid direction changes while the thruster is still running, as it might cause
damage to the thruster.

This manual is intended to support educated / experienced staff and is therefore not sufficient in all details for the correct installation.

The thruster IP assembly has been tested to be fully ignition protected so that it can be installed in an area with the possibility of
explosive gases in accordance to ISO 8846.

Do not install the thruster in a position where you need to cut a stiffener/stringer/support for the hull integrity without checking with the
boatbuilder that this can be safely done.

When installed in boats approved or classified according to international or special national rules, the installer is responsible for
following the demands in accordance with these regulations / classification rules. The instructions in this guide can not be guaranteed
to comply with all different regulations / classification rules.
NB ! Faulty installation of the tunnel, thruster or panel will render all warranty given by Sleipner Motor AS void.
Stern thruster installation considerations
To achieve maximum effect, reliability and durability from your Sidepower stern thruster, a correct installation is very important.
Please follow the instructions carefully, and make sure that all checkpoints are carefully controlled.
Additional considerations for positioning of the stern thruster
 Make sure that the stern-tunnel does not disturb the waterflow under the hull
 Ensure that when installed the thruster does not foul exisiting equipment inside the boat like steerage links etc.
 Make sure that the water flow from the thruster are not intereferred to much by sterndrives, trimtabs etc. as this will reduce the thrust
considerably.
 It is possible to mount the tunnel off the boat’s centre line if necessary.
 If the stern thickness is to much for the thruster in question you can easily remove hull material in the necessary area to fit the
thruster. You only have to reduce the stern thickness down to the max. thickness measurement in the drawing.
SE 60/185S ignition protected thruster assembly
1.0 - 2007
Fig. 1
SEALANT
Fig. 2
WASHERS
LOCKNUT OR DOUBLE NUTS
SEALANT
Bolt on installation of the stern tunnel
1. Make sure that there are enough space both inside and outside the transom of the boat.
2. Once the place for the installation has been decided, hold the
tunnel in place in the horizontal position and mark the bolt
holes. Remove the tunnel and it is then possible to calculate
and mark the centre.
3. It is important that the tunnel flange sits flush on the transom.
If this is not so, then the area on the transom will have to be
flattened to ensure a snug fit.
PS ! Take care with grinders as it is very easy to remove to
much in fibreglass
At this time, cut out the centre hole and the transom to the
same internal diameter as the tunnel flange and drill the bolt
holes. Before bolting on the stern tunnel, the prepared area
must be sealed with a gelcoat or similar to ensure there is no
water ingress into the hull.
6. Refer to the installation manual for the recommended thruster
fitting.
If a bow thruster is also installed, we strongly advice to
use separate battery banks for the two thrusters to avoid
extreme voltage drop if both thrusters are to be used at the
same time. Refer to the thruster manuals for adviced battery
capacity and cable sizes for each thruster.
Also ensure that you do not have direct connections of both +
and - if you have built together controls for both thrusters to
avoid current leakage between separate battery banks.
If you are installing the standard Sidepower dual joystick
panel this is already secured.
4. Before fitting the tunnel to the transom, fit the lower gear leg
to the tunnel as described on page 6. We recommend that
you fit the oil feed pipe also before the tunnel is bolted to the
transom.
5. When fitting the tunnel, ensure that there is ample sealant
(Sikaflex or similar) in the sealing tracks of the tunnel flange
and around the bolts to make a water tight fitting (Fig. 1/2).
Bolts, washers and nuts are not included as they will wary depending on the transom thickness We recommend A4 stainless with A4 lock nuts and A4 washers of a large diameter on
both outside and inside.
Bolts diameter: ø 10mm or 3/8” stainless steel
SE 60/185S ignition protected thruster assembly
1.0 - 2007
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Grind off the bolt flange and
the gelcoat both inside and outside in the areas shown.
Boat transom
Bond multiple layers both inside and outside
Boat transom
Stern tunnel
Mould on installation of the stern tunnel
1. Make sure that there are enough space both inside and outside the transom of the boat.
2. Cut of the bolting flange on the stern-tunnel
3. Grind off the gelcoat both inside and outside the remaining
“tube” atleast 10 cm down on the “tube” (Fig. 1).
4. Offer the stern tunnel to the desired position on the transom
and mark around the tube.
5. Cut the marked hole in the transom of the boat.
If a bow thruster is also installed, we advice to use seperate battery banks for the two thrusters to avoid extreme
voltage drop if both thrusters were to be used at the same
time. Refer to the thruster manuals for adviced battery
capacity and cable sizes for each thruster.
Also ensure that you do not have direct connections of
both + and - if you have built together controls for both
thrusters to avoid current leakage between seperate battery banks.
If you are installing the standard Sidepower dual joystick
panel this is already secured.
6. Grind off the gelcoat on the transom of the boat in an area of
atleast 10 cm / 4” around the hole, both outside and inside
(Fig. 1).
7. Offer the stern tunnel to the transom in the desired horizontal
position, then bond to the transom with multi layers matt both
inside and outside (Fig. 2).
Take care not to reduce the internal diameter much, as this
will make it more difficult to mount the thruster
8. Apply gelcoat or similar on all bonded areas.
9. Install the gear leg on the stern-tunnel as described in the
installation manual for the thruster but fit the oil feed pipe first.
10.Basic installation of the motor assembly and electrical installation are described later in this manual.
SE 60/185S ignition protected thruster assembly
1.0 - 2007
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Bolt tightening forces:
Bolts (2x) holding gearhouse
to bracket: 17 Nm (12,4 lb/ft)
5
Fitting gearhouse and motor bracket
1. Try the lower-unit
lower-unit in
in the
the tunnel
tunnel (remove
(remove the
thezinc
zincanode)
anode)first
firstby
byusing
usingthe
thegasket
gasketinside
insidethe
thetunnel.
tunnel.Try
Tryon
onthe
thepropeller
propellertotomake
makesure
sureit
1.
it is
centred
the
tunnel
and
turn
freely
with
same
clearance
from
each
blade
to the
tunnel
(Fig.
is
centred
in in
the
tunnel
and
turn
freely
with
thethe
same
clearance
from
each
blade
to the
tunnel
(Fig.
1). 1).
2. Apply a thin layer of sealant
sealant on both
both sides
sides of
of the
the gasket
gasket (5)
(5) and
and place
place itit carefully
carefully on
on the
the gearhouse,
gearhouse,making
makingsure
sureno
nosealant
sealantgets
getsinto
2.
into oil
theholes
oil holes
or bolt
on gearhouse
the gearhouse
the
or bolt
holesholes
on the
(Fig (Fig
1). 1).
3. Push the gearhouse through the main hole in the
3.
the tunnel
tunnel and
and push
push the
the gearhouse
gearhouse and
and motor-bracket
motor-bracket gently
gently together.
together.
4. Screw the lower
lower unit
unit and
and the
the motor
motorbracket
brackettogether
togetherwith
withthe
thetwo
twoprovided
providedbolts.
bolts.Tighten
Tightenwith
with1717Nm
Nm/ 12,4
/ 12,4
lb/ft
(Fig.
4.
lb/ft
(Fig.
2).2).
SESP55S2i
60/185S
ignition
protected
thrusterassembly
assembly
ignition
protected
thruster
1.0- 2006
- 2007
1.1
6
Fig. 1
5
4 3
2
1
Locktite
Fitting propellers
1. Turn the propeller shaft so that the drivepin (5) is in a horizontal position and ensure that it is centred in the propellershaft.
2. Push the propeller onto the shaft with the track for the drivepin in an horizontal position (same direction as you set the drivepin), all
the way in. There should be almost no gap between the propeller hub and the gearhouse.
3. Place the washer (4) on the prop.shaft and then tighten the lock-nut (3) on the propeller shaft.
4. Place the zinkanode (2) in its designated position and tighten the zincanode holding screw (1). Apply a thread glue (Locktite or
similar) to ensure that the zincanode holding screw does not un-screw itself from the propellers rotation.
Parts description:
1 : Screw for zincanode
2 : Zincanode
3 : Propeller lock nut
4 : Washer
5 : Drivepin for propeller
SE 60/185S ignition protected thruster assembly
1.0 - 2007
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
Fitting the electromotor IP assembly
1.
Remove the 4 bolts in the motorbracket (Fig 1).
2.
Use the enclosed template to measure taht the driveshaft has come through the motorbracket with the correct hight (Fig 2).
3.
Place the motor assembly gently on the motorbracket. Make sure that the drive pin in motor drive shaft fits the into the
corresponding grove in the gearleg shaft. Be careful, the motor is heavy!
4.
Fasten the motor assembly to the bracket with the 4 bolts and cross tighten them first with 15Nm (11lb/ft) and then with 33Nm
(24lb/ft).
NB ! Paint the gearhouse and propeller with antifouling for propellers to prevent growth of barnacles or similar which would reduce the
performance dramatically. Do not paint the propeller shaft, the zincanodes or the end face of the gearhouse.
NB ! Do not run the thruster for more than very short bursts without being in the water.
SE 60/185S ignition protected thruster assembly
1.0 - 2007
Counter Nut
Nut
Washer
Cable terminal
Washer
*C
Counter Nut
Nut
*D
Washer
+
Table for selection of main cable,
Battery
& cable
recommendations:
battery,
fuse and
main-switch
up to 7m total
Model
SP55S2i
IP
Model
sizes.
SE60/185S
Voltage
Voltage
12 V
12 V
24 V
24 V
+&
-
8 - 11m total + &
-
Battery
12V or 24V
12 - 15m total + &
-
-
16 - 19m total + &
-
20 - 23m total + &
-
24 - 27m total + &
-
Nominal
- 7-14m total
+ & - Min.Battery
15-21m total
+ &Cable
- 22-28m
total +Min.
& - Cable
28-35m
total + & -Min.36-45m
total + & Current Min.
Min.battery
Cable Min.Battery >7m
Min.total
Cable+ &
Min. Cable
Min.Battery
Min.
Min.Battery
Min.Battery
Cable Min.Battery
current
CCA
draw
dim ension CCA by DIN dim ension CCA by Din dim ension CCA by DIN dim ension CCA by Din dim ension CCA by DIN dim ension CCA by Din
Min.
Rec. Min.
Rec.
Min.
Rec.
Min.
Rec.
Min.
Rec.
Min.
Rec.
draw
330 A Din
35 mm2
350 CCA Din
665 CCA2SA E
AWG 4
380 CCA SA E
627AA SAE DIN:
AWG
340
3501
160 A Din SAE:665
25 mm2
304 A SAE
170 A
DIN: 175
SAE: 332
60 mm2
350 CCA Din
AWG 4
380 CCA SA E
mm
35AWG OO50 665 CCA
60SA E
200
CCA Din 1 25 mm2 1/0 200 CCA
AWG
2/0Din
mm2
AWG
25
1
35
1
25
1
95 mm2
AWG
95OOO
353/0
mm2
AWG 2
35
1
350 CCA Din
665 CCA SA E
95 mm2
400 CCA Din
AWG 2
475 CCA SA E
120 mm2
400 CCA Din
AWG 1
380 CCA SA E
120 mm2
760 CCA SA E
SA E
AWG
AWG OOOO
2 x AWG
OOOO
95
2x 70OOOO120
2x95
2x 95760 CCA2x120
2x120
200
mm2 4/0250 CCA Din
mm2
3/0CCA Din 2x352/0
2x 3/050 mm2
2x 3/0200 CCA2xDin4/0 502x
4/0
380 CCA SA E
25
1
35
1
35
1
50
1/0
50
1/0
60
2/0
AWG 1
60
2/0
400 CCA Din
760 CCA SA E
280*
200 CCA Din
380 CCA SA E
70
2/0
Minimum and recommended cable dimensions can be identical due to safety margins and cable heat considerations for short cable lenghts.
* Minimum or recommended cable cross section in mm2
Electrical
Electricalinstallation
installation
• Explanation of electrical table
•- All
Explanation
of electrical
cable lengths
are the table
total of + and - (to and from).
- Battery
size
is stated
capacity,
- All cable
lengths
areas
theminimum
total of +cold
and crank
- (to and
from). not Ah.
- Use
slowsize
fuseisrated
to as
hold
stated Amp-Draw
for min. 5not
minutes.
- Battery
stated
minimum
cold crank capacity,
Ah.
- Use slow
rated battery
to hold size
stated
Amp-Draw
min.battery
5 minutes.
* Cable
size fuse
and main
when
an extraforbow
with minimum the CCA mentioned as A is installed.
* Cable size and main battery size when an extra bow battery with minimum the CCA mentioned as A is installed.
• It is important that you use a good cable size and batteries with a high cranking capacity to feed the thruster, because it is the actual
at the motor
while
running
thruster
of the capacity
motor and
actualbecause
thrust. Please
the
•voltage
It is important
that you
use
a goodthe
cable
size that
and decides
batteriesthe
withoutput
a highrpm
cranking
to thereby
feed thethe
thruster,
it is thesee
actual
listvoltage
belowat
forthe
advised
of cables
and batteries.
Youthe
canoutput
of course
use
for even
motor min.
whilesizes
running
the thruster
that decides
rpm of
thelarger
motorcables
and thereby
thebetter
actualresults.
thrust. Please see the list
below for advised min. sizes of cables and batteries. You can of course use larger cables for even better results.
• A main switch (*C) that can take the load without noticable voltage drop must be installed in the main positive lead so the power
thruster
turned
off independently
of the
rest of voltage
the system
boardinorthe
in emergencies.
be placed
•forA the
main
switchcan
(*C)be
that
can take
the load without
noticable
dropwhen
mustnot
be on
installed
main positive This
lead should
so the power
for the
inthruster
an easily
accessible
and the boats
instructions
information
should be This
turned
off like
other
can
be turnedplace
off independently
of the
rest of theshould
systeminclude
when not
on board that
or inthis
emergencies.
should
be the
placed
in main
an easily
switches
of the
boat.
accessible
place
and the boats instructions should include information that this should be turned off like the other main switches of the boat.
••We
circuiting of
of the
themain
maincables.
cables.This
Thisfuse
fuseshould
shouldbe
beof a
Wealso
alsoadvice
advicetotoinstall
installaafuse
fuse(*D)
(*D)ininthe
thepositive
positivelead
lead for
for protection
protection agains short circuiting
ofadequate
a adequate
quality
which
normally
means
is physically
as these
voltage
the simple
/ small
It
quality
which
normally
means
thatthat
it is itphysically
largelarge
as these
havehave
less less
voltage
drop drop
than than
the simple
/ small
ones.ones.
It should
should
be of
thetype
slowand
typesized
and to
sized
take
the amperage
draw
for atleast
5 minutes.
be of the
slow
taketothe
amperage
draw for
atleast
5 minutes.
••Remember
require this
this feature.
feature.
Remembertotouse
useignition
ignitionprotected
protectedfuses
fusesand
andswitches
switches ifif fitted
fitted in areas that require
circuitbreaker
breakercan
canbe
beused
usedinstead
insteadofofthe
thefuse
fuseand
andmain
main power
power switch
switch as long as the functionality
••A Acircuit
functionality is
is the
thesame.
same.
Thecable
cableends
endsmust
mustbe
befitted
fitted with
with terminals
terminals and
contact
with
anything
butbut
the the
proper
connection
point.
••The
and these
thesemust
mustbe
bewell
wellisolated
isolatedagainst
against
contact
with
anything
proper
connection
point.
If the main switch and fuse are installed in the same gas area they also have to be ignition protected.
• If the main switch and fuse are installed in the same gas area they also have to be ignition protected.
• The negative / minus cable connects to the (-) terminal. Bolt M10. Tighten with 25 Nm / 18,43 lb/ft.
• The negative / minus cable connects to the (-) terminal. Bolt M10. Tighten with 25 Nm / 18,43 lb/ft.
• The positive / plus cable connects to the "+" terminal. Bolt M10. Tighten with 25 Nm / 18,43 lb/ft.
• The positive / plus cable connects to the "+" terminal. Bolt M10. Tighten with 25 Nm / 18,43 lb/ft.
•
SE 60/185S ignition protected thruster assembly
SP55S2i ignition protected thruster assembly
1.0 - 2007
1.1 - 2006
9
Pin configuration in contacts
3
4
4
3
SIDEPOWER
SIDEPOWER
THRUSTER
1
2
THRUSTER
1
2
ON
ON
OFF
ON
SLEIPNER
ON
OFF
SLEIPNER
Control panel and control-leads
• You can install as many
many panels
panels as
as you
youwish
wishby
byusing
usingoptional
optionalY-connectors.
Y-connectors.IfIftwo
twoorormore
morepanels
panelsare
areoperated
operated
same
time
at at
thethe
same
time
in in
opposite directions,
directions, the
the electronic
electroniccontrolbox
controlboxwill
willstop
stopthe
thethruster
thrusteruntil
untilit itonly
only
receives
a signal
one
direction.
receives
a signal
to to
gogo
in in
one
direction.
• When using original
original Sidepower
Sidepowerequipment
equipmentititisisall
all"plug
"plug&&go".
go".
• If the drive direction
direction of
of the
thethruster
thrusterisisthe
theopposite
oppositeofofwhat
whatex-pected,
ex-pected,the
theblue
blue
and
grey
wire
must
changed
each
panel.
and
grey
wire
must
bebe
changed
onon
each
panel.
• The mechanical
mechanical installation
installationof
ofthe
thepanel
panelisisdescribed
describedininthe
themanual
manualfollowing
followingthe
thepanel.
panel.
• The IP thruster
thruster is
is gas
gas proof
proof based
basedon
onthe
thecontrol
controlpanel
panellead
leadending
endingoutside
outsideofofthe
thearea
areathat
that
requires
ignition
protection.
The
prefitted
requires
ignition
protection.
The
prefitted
control lead
lead must
must be
be fitted
fitted in
inthe
theboat
boatso
sothere
thereisisno
norisk
riskofofdamage
damagetotothe
theinsulation,
insulation,causing
causing
explosive
gas
penetration.
explosive
gas
penetration.
• The thruster
thruster control
control should
shouldbe
beplaced
placedininaaposition
positionwere
wereit itisiseasy
easytotouse,
use,and
and
it is
very
common
use
thruster
at the
same
time
it is
very
common
to to
use
thethe
thruster
at the
same
time
as
as
your
gear
/ throttle
lever
is normally
a user
friendly
solution
be able
to access
withhand
one hand
for each
control.
your
gear
/ throttle
lever
so itso
is itnormally
a user
friendly
solution
to betoable
to access
thesethese
with one
for each
control.
Pin configuration
configuration of
of 44pole
poleAMP
AMPcontact:
contact:
Pin1:
Pin1: BLACK
BLACK =
= Ground
Pin2:
Pin2: BLUE
BLUE
=
thruster SB
SB solenoid
solenoid
= Engages thruster
Pin3:
thruster Port
Port solenoid
solenoid
Pin3: GREY
GREY =
= Engages thruster
Pin4:
Pin4: RED
RED
=
voltage for
for control
control panel
panel
= Positive voltage
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ignitionprotected
protectedthruster
thrusterassembly
assembly
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SESP55S2i
60/185Signition
ignitionprotected
protectedthruster
thrusterassembly
assembly
Battery
12V
or
24V
Thermal
switch
A1
brown
M
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Battery
main
switch
black
A2
Fuse
blue
red
red
white
grey
red
75 3 4 21 86 9
6 1232i
Electronic
control box
red
grey
blue
black
4
3
2
1
"Visual" wiring diagram
11
Technical wiring diagram
4 pin
AMP
connector
On
Motor
blue
(sig -)
red
red
Fused 9
inside 1A
4
3
Electronic
interface box
6 1232i
white 7
red (+)
8
blue
(sig +)
2
black (-)
6
grey
(sig +)
1
grey
(sig -)
5
4
2
1
3
A2
black
M
brown
A1
Battery
main
switch
Fuse
Thermal
switch
Electrical installation of stern thruster systems
y
y
y
We advice to use different battery banks for each thruster to ensure
maximum performance when both are used at the same time.
When using the original Sidepower control cables just connect them
to the corresponding joystick
There are no plus/positive power connected from the bowthruster
Visual connection diagram for dual joystick panel
SIDEPOWER
THRUSTERS
To bowthruster
BOW
To sternthruster
STERN
ON
ON
OFF
SLEIPNER
Wiring diagram (simplified) for dual joystick panel
yellow
grey
blue
black
Positive lead from
sternthruster have been
removed in panel to
avoid current leakage
between different
battery banks if the
thrusters are powered
by different battery
banks.
Control
light
STERN
Joystick
for bowthruster
ON / OFF
System
red
grey
blue
black
Joystick
for sternthruster
BOW
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ignitionprotected
protectedthruster
thrusterassembly
assembly
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Checklist
 Propeller is fastened correctly to the shaft.
 Propeller turns freely in tunnel.
 The zinc-anode holding screw is tightened well with thread glue.
 There is a sturdy additional support under the electric motor, taking the weight load of the electromotor assembly away
from the stern tunnel.
 All electrical wiring, cable sizes and battery capacity is according to the thruster installation manual.
 All bolts are securely tightened and sealant are applied as instructed.
 Anti-fouling have been applied to the gearhouse and propeller but NOT on the zincanode or the gearhouse lid where the
propeller is fastened.
 Correct drive direction as per controlpanel.
 All electrical connections are clean, dry and tight, and the correct cable, fuse and main switch sizes have been used.
 The bolts holding the gearhouse and motorbracket together are tightened correctly.
Very important for IP protection:
 The original O-ring seal between the motor assembly and the motor bracket is present and the bolt tightening procedure is
done.
 The main power cables have securely been connected as described.
 The control lead ends out of the explosive area and has been properly fitted and secured against damage.
The thruster has been installed as per the instructions in this manual and all points in checklist above have been controlled.
Signed: ..................................... Date: .......................................
Extra pre-delivery tests by installer / yard who does not use other quality control systems !
Thruster type: ................................................. Voltage: ......................
Serial number: .....................................................................................
Date of delivery: ..................................................................................
Correct drive direction as per controlpanel: .......................................
Voltage at thruster when running: ......................................................
Battery cable size used: .....................................................................
Other comments by installer:
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Important user precautions
 Ensure that you know the location and how to operate the main battery switch and that disonnects the thruster from all power sources
(batteries) so that the thruster can be turned off in case of a malfunction.
 Always turn the main power switch off before touching any part of the thruster, as an incidental start while touching moving parts can
cause serious injuries.
 Always turn the control device off when the thruster is not in use.
 The maximum continous usage time of the electrical thruster is approximately 3 minutes. The electromotor has a built in thermal cut-off
switch that will shut off the electromotor if it is overheating and re-engage it when it has cooled down some. This should be considered
when planning your manouvering.
 This also means that the thruster will limit its total running time per time period so that you can not count on the thruster to hold you
in a current and sidewind for extensive time periods. Depending on the ambient temperatures etc. the thruster will be able to run approximately 10 % of the time.
 Never use a thruster close to somebody in the water, as the thruster will draw objects close by into the tunnel and contact with the
rotating propellers will cause serious injuries.
 Never run a thruster for more that one second when the boat is not in the water, as this can damage the electromotor seriously.
 If the thruster stops giving thrust while the electromotor is running, chances are that there is a problem in the drive-system. You must
then immediately stop trying to run it, and turn it off, as running the electromotor for more than a few seconds without resistance from
the propeller, can cause serious damage to the electromotor.
 When leaving the boat always turn off the main power switch for the thruster.
 We advice to always keep the main engine(s) running while using a thruster. This will keep the batteries in a good charge condition.
This will also give better performance to the thruster, as a higher voltage at the thruster results in a higher torque (power) in the electromotor.
 Please note that the performance of a thruster strongly depends on the voltage available at the electromotor. This voltage will decrease
by time because aging batteries have a reduction of capacity. By installing new batteries the effect of the thruster should be back at
the original level.
 Make sure that only one control is used at the same time, if two panels are operated in opposite directions at the same time the thruster
will not run at all. If they are operated in the same direction the thruster will run in this direction.
 If the thruster is not performing or functioning as usual, the cause for this must be found and corrected as soon as possible so to
avoid causing any other or further dammage to the equipment. You must also turn off the main battery switch immediately in case the
problem is of electric origin.
 To activate the docking control panel, push the two “ON” buttons simultaneously.
 The docking control panel shuts of automatically approx. 25 minutes after it was energized. To use the docking control panel later, push
the two “ON” buttons simultaneously.
 The boat switch is an on/off switch device only that controls your thruster(s). The thruster(s) will run at a constant speed regardless of
how hard you pull/push the control switch.
Warning:
 Tampering with the Ignition Protected stern thruster assembly or any attempt to disassemble anything on this thruster assmebly inside the boat can cause an explosion with very serious consequences.
 If there is a problem with your Ignition Protected stern thruster, please contact your dealer.

Danger: NEVER Disassemble any part of the Ignition Protected stern thruster assembly
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To turn panel ON
Turn boat to port
To turn panel OFF
Turn boat to starboard
Bow+Stern
Thruster
How to use Sidepower thrusters
How to use
use aabowthruster
bowthruster
1. Turn main power switch for the bowthruster
1.
bowthruster on.
on. (Always
(Always turn
turn off
off the
the main
main power
power switch
switch when
when not
not onboard.)
onboard.)
2. Please take some time to exercise thruster usage
2.
usage in open water to avoid damages to your boat.
3. Turn the controlpanel
controlpanel on
3.
on by pushing
pushing both
both "ON"
"ON" buttons
buttons on
on the
the original
original Sidepower
Sidepowerpanel
panelsimultaneously.
simultaneously.IfIfanother
anothertype
typeofofcontrol
controlisis
installed, engage
installed,
engage the
the On/Off
On/Off switch
switch for
for the
the bowthruster.
bowthruster.
4. Turn the bow in the desired direction
4.
direction by
by pushing
pushing the
the red
red button
buttonfor
forport
portmovement
movementororthe
thegreen
greenbutton
buttonfor
forstarboard
starboardmovement.
movement.If Ifyou
you
have a joystick control,
onon
thethe
control, move
move itit in
in the
the direction
direction you
you wish
wish the
the bow
bow to
to move.
move.Other
Othercontrols
controlslike
likefootswitches
footswitchesorortoggle-switches
toggle-switches
throttle can
soso
byby
engaging
thethe
portport
control,
the the
bowbow
goes
portport
etc.etc.
In case
of any
throttle
can be
be used.
used.These
Theseare
arenormally
normallylogically
logicallyinstalled,
installed,
engaging
control,
goes
In case
of any
doubts, try in open waters
waters first.
first.
5. Depending
Depending on
5.
on the
the sideways
sidewaysspeed
speedofofthe
thebow,
bow,you
youmust
mustdisen-gage
disen-gagethe
thecontrol
controldevice
deviceshortly
shortlybefore
beforethe
thebow
bowisisininthe
thedesired
desired direcdirection,
asboat
the boat
will continue
to move
stopping
the bowthruster.
tion,
as the
will continue
to move
after after
stopping
the bowthruster.
How to use
use aa single
singlestern
sternthruster
thruster
stern
Some boats might however have installed a single stern thruster because of space limitation
limitation in the bow. In this case the stern
single bow
bow thruster
thruster (see above) for moving the boat's stern.
thruster is used in the same way as aa single
How to use
use aabow
bowand
andstern
sternthruster
thrustercombined
combined
combination of
The combination
of aa bow
bow and
and stern
stern thruster
thruster offers
offerstotal
totalmanouverability
manouverabilitytotothe
theboat
boatand
andthe
theopportunity
opportunitytotomove
movethe
thebow
bowand
andthe
the
stern separately
separately from
from each
each other.
other. This
This enables
enables you
you to
to move
move the
the boat
boat sideways
sideways in
in both
both directions
directionsand
andto
toturn
turnthe
theboat
boataround
aroundit's
it'sown
axis staying
at theatsame
place.place.
own
axis staying
the same
• Again, if in doubt, try in open water first!
• Again, if in doubt, try in open water first!
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ignitionprotected
protectedthruster
thrusterassembly
assembly
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1
2
3
4
Electromotor assembly
Glassfibre reinforced lexan propeller for
ultimate performance.
Pre-filled lifetime lubricated gearhouse.
Changeable zincanode protects gearhouse from corrosion in seawater.
1
3
2
4
5
4 3
1
2
3
4
5
Fastening screw for zincanode
Zincanode
Propeller lock nut
Washer
Drivepin for propeller
2
1
Locktite
Maintenance
» Keep the propeller and gearhouse clean from growth by painting with antifouling before every season.
PS ! The zinc anode, sealing and propeller shafts must abso-lutely not be painted. Be careful that you don't fill paint in the
"tracks" in the gearhouse that the propeller hub moves in.
» Change the zinc anode before every season, or when about half the anode is gone. Always use a sealant on the screw holding
the zincanode to ensure that it does not fall off. Please observe that in some waterconditions it can be necessary to install an extra
zincanode to ensure that it lasts for the whole period between regular service lifts of the boat. Consult your dealer for information on
how to do this.
» As a part of the seasonal service of your boat, and before every season, always check that:
• The propeller is securely fastened
• The bolts holding the electric motor to the motorbracket are fastened correctly.
• The area where the thruster is installed is clean and dry. If there are signs of water you must try to find the source and eliminate it.
• All electrical connections are clean and fastened firmly.
• Make sure that your batteries are in a good condition so that the thruster gets a good voltage. Old or bad batteries will give a reduced performance from the thruster.
Warning:
 Tampering with the Ignition Protected stern thruster assembly or any attempt to disassemble anything on this thruster assmebly inside the boat can cause an explosion with very serious consequences.
 If there is a problem with your Ignition Protected stern thruster, please contact your dealer.

Danger: NEVER Disassemble any part of the Ignition Protected stern thruster assembly
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Troubleshooting
Before seeking assistance at the help desk of your Sidepower dealer / distributor please perform these tests and make notes
of all measurements to ensure that they have as much information as possible to work on.
NB! All check points and solutions must be carried out after consulting the relevant information elsewhere in this manual to understand how the system is intended to work. If you are unable to understand what to check, you must consult a professional.
»
Check
If the flexible coupling between the motor and drives-
Check the flexible coupling and the motor installation to ensure correct connection
of the flexible coupling before re-fitting the electromotor
Are the propellers in the tunnel fastened correctly on
the prop-shaft (key present)
Re-fasten or replace the propeller and/or key.
With the motor removed, turn the driveshaft from
inside the boat to feel if the gears are engaging and
turning the prop-shaft.
In case of a failure inside the gearhouse, we advice to get a replacement gear-house instead of attempting to repear the internal gear and bearing system.
haft is not fitted correct inside the boat
»
»
»
The thruster does not start at all or works only in one direction.
Check that the voltage of the electromotor are correct
for your installation by their labels.
If wrong, contact your dealer or distributor to obtain parts with the correct voltage.
Check the voltage at the thruster between main minus
input (A1 on motor) and main plus input point:
The no load voltage should be:
12V system =12,7V / 24V system = 25,4 V. If below 12,3V / 24,6V your batteries
are not in a good charge state or worn out and must be recharged or replaced
before trying to run the thruster.
Check the voltage at the thruster while you are trying
to run it. Keep main engine(s) running to have continous charge to the batteries.
If less than 8,5V at the thruster the voltage is to low for the thruster to operate
correctly. In a 24V boat the thruster will operate down to approx. 12V, but the
performance will be very bad. Find and correct the reason for this low voltage
which will probably be one or more of these points: main battery cable sizes and
connections, battery size and condition, fuse and main power switch performance.
If the main solenoids on the thruster are not even trying to engage (clicking) they are probably not getting
a "run" signal from the control system. Try to run the
thruster without the panel by directly connecting the
red and the blue or the red and the grey wires in the
controlcable contact coming from the thruster.
If the thruster runs in both directions, try the same in the connector that goes into
the back of the control panel. If it also works in this position, check the contact and
wires on the back of the panel and try to engage this again by pushing both ON
buttons simultaneously. If the panel does not turn on (see control light), measure
the voltage between the Red and the Black in the contact going into the thruster. If
the voltage is good, chances are that the panel is not working.
If it works by the thruster, and not by the panel there is a bad contact or a broken
lead the controlcables between these two test points.
Measure that you have the correct voltage between the Red (+) and all the other
colours in the contact. If you do not get a reading.
If the thruster does not run at all, or only in one direction in
the above tests, check the internal wiring on the thruster motor, solenoids and electronic motor inter-face box
to be in accordance with the wiring diagram and ensure
that all connections are clean and tight.
Between main minus (A1 on motor) and the blue and the grey wire connected to
the sides of the main solenoids you should have the same voltage as between the
main battery cables on the thruster.
If not, check that the internal wiring on the solenoid is ok and measure that there
is contact through the magnetising spools of each side of the solenoid (measure
between the red and blue on one side, and red and grey on the other side with an
Ohm meter.). If there are no contact between these, the solenoid is broken and
needs replacing.
The thruster has an unexpected low performance.
Check voltage at thruster when running
If less than 10,5 V / 21V the thruster will not perform at specified effect.
Check that all the brush-springs sits correctly on the
brushes in the electromotor.
If one or more brushes are loose/has no tension from the brush-spring, the performance will be low.
Check that the propeller, gearhouse and tunnel is free
from growth / barnacles etc.
If there are growth in the tunnel, this will disturb / block the waterflow and especially barnacles on the propeller will greatly reduce performance.
The thruster runs for approximately 0,5 seconds every 4 seconds.
Solenoid flapping, most probable cause: low voltage.
»
Solution
The electromotor runs, but there is no thrust.
Re-charge battery(ies), if this is not sufficient, replace battery(ies).
Check for bad cable connections, if necessary tighten/re-adjust connections.
Check cable size in accordance to manual.
The thruster runs for approximately 0,5 seconds every 10 seconds.
Solenoid lock-in, auto stop of thruster, auto retry every
10 seconds.
Shut off thruster main switch, tap slightly on the solenoid to see if it will release.
Turn on thruster main switch. If solenoid is still in lock-in mode, replace solenoid.
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Warranty statement
1.The equipment manufactured by Sleipner Motor AS (The “Warrantor”) is warranted to be free from defects in workmanship and materials under normal use and service.
2.This Warranty is in effect for of two years from the date of purchase by the user. Proof of purchase must be included, to establish that
it is inside the warranty period.
3.This Warranty is transferrable and covers the product for the specified time period.
4.In case any part of the equipment proves to be defective, other than those parts excluded in paragraph 5 below, the owner should do
the following:
(a) prepare a detailed written statement of the nature and circumstances of the defect, to the best of the Owner's knowledge, including the date of purchase, the place of purchase, the name and address of the installer, and the Purchaser’s name, adress and
telephone number;
(b) the Owner should return the defective part or unit along with the statement referenced in the preceding paragraph to the warrantor, Sleipner Motor AS or an authorized Service Centre, postage/shipping prepaid and at the expense of the Purchaser;
(c) if upon the Warrantor’s or Authorized Service Centre’s examination, the defect is determined to result from defective material or
workmanship, the equipment will be repaired or replaced at the Warrantor’s option without charge, and returned to the Purchaser at
the Warrantor’s expense;
(d) no refund of the purchase price will be granted to the Purchaser, unless the Warrantor is unable to remedy the defect after having
a reasonable number of opportunities to do so. Prior to refund of the purchase price, Purchaser must submit a statement in writing
from a professional boating equipment supplier that the installation instructions of the Installation and Operation Manual have been
complied with and that the defect remains;
(e) warranty service shall be performed only by the Warrantor, or an authorized Service Centre, and any attempt to remedy the defect
by anyone else shall render this warranty void.
5.There shall be no warranty for defects or damages caused by faulty installation or hook-up, abuse or misuse of the equipment including exposure to excessive heat, salt or fresh water spray, or water immersion except for equipment specifically designed as waterproof.
6.No other express warranty is hereby given and there are no warranties which extend beyond those described in section 4 above.
This Warranty is expressly in lieu of any other expressed or implied warranties, including any implied warranty of merchantability,
fitness for the ordinary purposes for which such goods are used, or fitness for a particular purpose, and any other obligations on the
part of the Warrantor or its employees and representatives.
7.There shall be no responsibility or liability whatsoever on the part of the Warrantor or its employees and representatives for injury to
any person or persons, or damage to property, loss of income or profit, or any other consequential or resulting damage or cost which
may be claimed to have been incurred through the use or sale of the equipment, including any possible failure or malfunction of the
equipment, or part thereof.
8.The Warrantor assumes no liability for incidental or consequential damages of any kind including damages arising from collision with
other vessels or objects.
9.This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from country to country.
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Part #
Part #
12V
24V
09/07 <
SE 60/185 S IP
SP 55 S2i
1
Propeller
4 1261
w hen ordering brushes and brush
springs.
4 1261
4 0101 12 24V
4 0101 24
Com
plete electric m otor assem bly 12V
Ref:
Nut
for
solenoid
cover
6
8807
6 8807
28 Complete Ignition Protected
4 0102 12
4 0102 24
Solenoid
cover
4
2026
4 2026
electric motor assembly
Complete
solenoid
kit
4
0131
12
4
27
Nut for solenoid cover
N/A
N/A 0131 24
Solenoid
41472123
41471243
26
Solenoid Cover
N/A
N/A
Internal w iring loom
6 1226B
6 1226B
25
Complete solenoid kit
N/A
N/A
Electronic control box
6 1232i
6 1232i
24
Solenoid
N/A
N/A
Solenoid bracket kit
4 0135
4 0135
23
Internal
wiring loom
Shear pin
for electric
motor shaft N/A 4 2050 N/A 4 2050
22
N/A 6 1061 N/A 6 1061
Gasket Electronic control box
Electric Solenoid
motor bracket kit
N/A
21
N/A N/A N/A
BrushShearpin
springsforfor
electric
motor
4 0170 12*
4 0170 24*
20
electric
motor
shaft (kit) 4 2050
4 2050
Brushes
for electric motor (kit)
4 0180 12*
4 0180 24*
19
Gasket
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Oil container w ith holder
18
Electric motor
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Oil hose w ith hose clam ps
17
Brush springs for motor (kit)
N/A
N/A
4 0501
4 0501
Com plete m otor bracket
16
motor (kit)
N/A N/A N/A 4 2340
O-ringBrushes
seals for
in motor
bracket
13 plete
Complete
motor bracket
4 0501
4 0602 4 05014 0602
Com
gearleg
11
Complete
4 0602
Gearleg
bolt gearleg
6 1080 4 06026 1080
Drive
shaft
seal
7
10
Gearleg bolt
6 1080 1350 6 10807 1350
Propeller
shaft
seal
6 1350 7 13506 1350
9
Drive shaft seal
7 1350
Gaskets
4 0610 6 13504 0610
8
Propeller shaft seal
6 1350
Oil drain screw w ith gasket
N/A
N/A
7
Gasket
4 0610
4 0610
Zinc anode
7 1190
7 1190
5
Zink anode
7 1190
Locknut
4 1260 7 1190 4 1260
4Propeller
Locknut
4 1260
w asher
7 1181 4 12607 1181
3Propeller
Propeller
washer
7
1181
drive pin
6 1241 7 1181 6 1241
7 1260A6 12417 1260A
2Propeller
Propeller drivepin
6 1241
Other comments:
* Please provide thruster serial number
Ref:
ModelModel
period
period
Original model
Original model
SE 60/185S IP
SP 55 S2i
19
Service Centres
Argentina
Trimer SA
Buenos Aires
Tel: +54 11 4580 0444
Fax: +54 11 4580 0440
www.trimer.com.ar
trimer@trimer.com.ar
Denmark
Gertsen & Olufsen AS
Hørsholm
Tel: +45 4576 3600
Fax: +45 4576 1772
www.gertsen-olufsen.dk
info@gertsen-olufsen.dk
Australia
AMI Sales
Freemantle, WA
Tel: +61 89 331 0000
Fax: +61 89 314 2929
ami@amisales.com.au
Finland
Nautikulma OY
Turku
Tel: +358 2 2503 444
Fax: +358 2 2518 470
www.nautikulma.fi
nautikulma@nautikulma.fi
Austria
G. Ascherl GmbH
Hard, Bregenz
Tel: +43 5574 899000
Fax: +43 5574 89900-10
www.ascherl.at
office@ascherl.at
France
Kent Marine Equipment
Nantes
Tel: +33 240 921 584
Fax: +33 240 921 316
www.kent-marine.com
contact@kent-marine.com
Benelux
ASA Boot Electro
Watergang
Tel: +31 20 436 9100
Fax: +31 20 436 9109
asaboot@worldonline.nl
info@asabootelectro.nl
Germany
Jabsco GmbH
Norderstedt
Tel: +49 40 535 373-0
Fax: +49 40 535 373-11
Brazil
Electra Service Ltda.
Guaruja
Tel: +55 13 3354 3599
Fax: +55 13 3354 3471
www.electraservice.br.com
albertoni@electraservice.com.br
Bulgaria
Yachting BG
Burgas
tel: +359 56 919090
fax: +359 56 919091
www.yachting.bg
info@yachting.bg
Greece
Amaltheia Marine
Athens
Tel: +30 210 2588 985
Fax: +30 210 2588 986
www.amaltheiamarine.com
amalmar@otenet.gr
Iceland
Maras EHF
Reykjavik
Tel: +354 555 6444
Fax: +354 565 7230
www.merkur.is
velar@merkur.is
India
Indo Marine Engineering Co. Pvt. Ltd
Pune, Maharashtra
Tel: +91 20 2712 3003
Fax: +91 20 2712 2295
siddharth@indogroup-asia.com
Canada
Imtra Corporation
New Bedford, MA
Tel: +1 508 995 7000
Fax: +1 508 998 5359
www.imtra.com
side-power@imtra.com
China/Hong Kong
Storm Force Marine Ltd.
Wanchai, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2866 0114
Fax: +852 2866 9260
www.stormforcemarine.com
sales@stormforcemarine.com
Croatia
AC Yacht & nautical support
Icici
Tel: +385 51 704 500
Fax: +385 51 704 600
acy@net.hr
Ireland
Sleipner Motor Ltd.
South Brent
Tel: +44 1364 649 400
Fax: +44 1364 649 399
andy@sleipner.co.uk
Israel
Atlantis Marine Ltd.
Tel Aviv
Tel: +972 3 522 7978
Fax: +972 3 523 5150
www.atlantis-marine.com
atlantis@inter.net.il
Italy
Saim S.P.A.
Assago-Milan
Tel: +39 02 488 531
Fax: +39 02 488 254 5
www.saim-group.com
Sweden
Sleipner AB
Strömstad
Tel: +46 526 629 50
Fax: +46 526 152 95
www.sleipnerab.se
Japan
Turtle Marine Inc.
Nagasaki
Tel: +81 95 840 7977
Fax: +81 95 840 7978
www.turtle-marine.com
info@turtle-marine.com
Switzerland
Marine Parts Technics AG
Volketswil
Tel: +41 1 997 40 90
Fax: +41 1 997 40 94
www.marineparts.ch
info@marineparts.ch
Malta
S & D Yachts Ltd.
Cali
Tel: +356 21 339 908
Fax: +356 21 332 259
www.sdyachts.com
info@sdyachts.com
Singapore
Alquest Marketing
Singapore
Tel: +65 6749 9359
Fax: +65 6749 9360
www.alquest.com.sg
alquest@singnet.com.sg
New Zealand
Advance Trident Ltd.
Auckland
Tel: +64 9 845 5347
Fax: +64 9 415 5348
www.advancetrident.com
service@advancetrident.com
Norway
Sleipner Motor AS
Fredrikstad
Tel: +47 69 30 00 60
Fax: +47 69 30 00 70
www.side-power.com
sidepower@sleipner.no
Poland
Taurus Sea Power SP. Z.O.O
Gdansk
Tel: +48 58 344 30 50
Fax: +48 58 341 67 62
Portugal
Krautli Portugal Lda.
Lisboa
Tel: +351 21 953 56 00
Fax: +351 21 953 56 01
www.krautli.com
contact@krautli.pt
Russia
Standarte
Starbeyevo
Tel: +7 495 575 67 23
Fax: +7 495 575 39 77
www.standarte.ru
info@standarte.ru
Spain
Imnasa Marine Products
Girona
Tel: +34 972 820210
Fax: +34 972 325116
www.imnasa.com
imnasa@imnasa.com
Singapore/Malaysia/
Indonesia/Vietnam/Phillipines
OK-Maritime Pte Ltd
Singapore
Tel: +65 9669 8051
Fax: +65 6769 0507
www.ok-maritime.com
sales@ok-maritime.com
Taiwan
Mercury Marine Supply
Kaohsiung
Tel: +886 7 3317 293
Fax: +886 7 3314 232
Turkey
Denpar Ltd.
Istanbul
Tel: +90 212 285 0334
Fax: +90 212 285 0311
bilgebay@superonline.com
UK
Sleipner Motor Ltd.
South Brent
Tel: +44 1364 649 400
Fax: +44 1364 649 399
andy@sleipner.co.uk
United Arab Emirates
Teignbridge Propellers & Marine
Equipment Co. Ltd.
Dubai
Tel: +971 4 324 0084
Fax: +971 4 324 0153
teignpro@emirates.net.ae
USA
Imtra Corporation
New Bedford, MA
Tel: +1 508 995 7000
Fax: +1 508 998 5359
www.imtra.com
side-power@imtra.com
All other:
Sleipner Motor AS
Sleipner Motor AS • P. O. Box 519, N-1612 Fredrikstad • Norway
Tel: +47 69 30 00 60 • Fax: +47 69 30 00 70 • sidepower@sleipner.no • www.side-power.com
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