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COMMAND LINK
MULTIFUNCTION METER
(ROUND)
OPERATION MANUAL
6Y8-2819V-00
To the owner
Thank you for choosing the Yamaha Command Link Multifunction Meter.
This Operation Manual contains information
you will need for proper operation.
A thorough understanding of these simple
instructions and of those in the Owner’s
Manual of the outboard motor will help you
obtain maximum enjoyment of your new
Yamaha. This manual should be considered
a permanent part of this meter and should
remain with it even if the meter is subsequently sold.
In this Operation Manual particularly important information is distinguished in the following ways.
The Safety Alert Symbol means
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR
SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
WARNING
Failure to follow WARNING instructions
could result in severe injury or death to
the machine operator, a bystander, or a
person inspecting or repairing the outboard motor.
CAUTION:
A CAUTION indicates special precautions that must be taken to avoid damage
to the outboard motor.
NOTE:
A NOTE provides key information to make
procedures easier or clearer.
COMMAND LINK
MULTIFUNCTION METER
(ROUND)
OPERATION MANUAL
©2005 by Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.
1st Edition, March 2005
All rights reserved.
Any reprinting or unauthorized use
without the written permission of
Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.
is expressly prohibited.
Printed in Japan
The Command Link Multifunction Meter
enables the display of information through
digital communication with the engine.
The operations of the set button and the
mode button are described in this manual as
follows.
Optional parts such as the speed sensor,
cooling water pressure sensor, TriducerMulti sensor, and GPS are described in this
manual by assuming that the parts are
installed and set up on the outboard motor.
Button operations:
The Command Link Multifunction Meter
described in this manual consists of the following.
• Tachometer unit
(Part No.: 6Y8-8350T-1*)
• Speed & Fuel meter unit
(Part No.: 6Y8-83500-1*)
The Command Link Multifunction Meter is
compatible with the following outboard
motors.
4-stroke models:
Fuel injection models only
2-stroke models:
HPDI models only
•
Press the set button one time.
•
Press the mode button one time.
•
or
Press the set button or the mode button
one time.
•
(1 second)
Press the set button for 1 second.
•
(4 seconds)
Press the mode button for 4 seconds.
•
(10 seconds)
Press the set button for 10 seconds.
•
(1 second) (2 times)
Press the mode button two times, 1 second each time.
•
+
Press the set button and the mode button
simultaneously.
•
+
(1 second)
Press the set button and the mode button
simultaneously for 1 second.
2. Speed & Fuel meter unit ........
Description ................................
Activating the meter ..................
Speedometer.............................
Fuel meter .................................
Multifunction display ..................
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Fuel flow display ....................
Fuel economy display ............
Total fuel consumption
display.................................
Ambient water temperature
display (optional:
Triducer-multi sensor has
been installed) ....................
Depth display (optional:
Triducer-multi sensor has
been installed) ....................
Clock (optional: GPS has
been installed) ....................
Trip display (optional: speed
sensor has been
installed) .............................
Changing backlight settings ......
Changing settings
(custom mode) .......................
Switching to custom mode .....
01 (setting displayed units) ....
02 (setting fuel sensor) ..........
03 (setting correction value) ..
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3. Setting up the meters ............
Activating for the first time.........
Setting the initial settings ..........
Tachometer unit .....................
Speed & Fuel meter unit: .......
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28
28
28
28
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23
23
24
24
24
26
26
Speed & Fuel meter
unit
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Setting up the
meters
1. Tachometer unit ....................... 1
Description .................................. 2
Activating the meter .................... 2
Periodic maintenance
notification ............................. 3
Tachometer ................................. 3
Trim meter................................... 3
Multifunction display .................... 4
Cooling water/engine
temperature display............... 5
Battery voltage display ............. 6
Total hour/Trip hour display ..... 7
Cooling water pressure display
(optional: cooling water
pressure sensor has been
installed)................................ 7
Oil pressure display
(4-stroke models) .................. 8
Oil level display
(2-stroke models) .................. 9
Water detection warning .......... 9
Changing backlight settings ...... 10
Adjusting trolling speed ............. 10
Changing settings
(custom mode) ....................... 11
Switching to custom mode ..... 11
01 (resetting maintenance
intervals).............................. 12
02 (setting trim angle) ............ 12
03 (setting corresponding
engine) ................................ 13
Service functions ....................... 14
Diagnosis ............................... 14
Resetting engine number ....... 15
Tachometer unit
Table of contents
1. Tachometer unit
NOTE:
Depending on the model of the outboard motor, some functions may not be compatible. For
information on models which contain the compatible functions, consult a Yamaha dealer.
Tachometer
The tachometer
shows the engine
revolutions per
minute. (Page 3)
Trim meter
The trim meter shows
the trim angle of the
outboard motor in 13
levels. (Page 3)
Adjusting trolling speed
or
: To adjust the trolling speed
randomly. (Page 10)
Multifunction display (Page 4)
· You can switch each engine information and show it using numeric values
or graphics. In addition, when an engine malfunction occurs, each indicator
blinks to warn of the malfunction.
Cooling water/engine temperature display (Page 5)
Battery voltage display (Page 6)
Total hour/Trip hour display (Page 7)
Cooling water pressure display (optional) (Page 7)
Oil pressure display (4-stroke models) (Page 8)
Oil level display (2-stroke models) (Page 9)
Water detection warning (Page 9)
· Periodic maintenance intervals are notified.
Periodic maintenance notification (Page 3)
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Description/Activating the meter
Activating the meter
When the engine start switch is turned to
ON, the meter is activated and
“
” appears on the multifunction
meter. Then, all the displays come on and
the display switches to the normal display
after the total hour display comes on.
1
2
1 set button
2 mode button
1 45 2
3
6 7 8 9 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Tachometer
Trim meter
Multifunction display
Water detection warning indicator
Maintenance indicator
Cooling water pressure
Oil pressure (4-stroke models)
Oil level (2-stroke models)
Cooling water/engine temperature
Battery voltage
2
Tachometer unit
Description
Tachometer/Trim meter
Tachometer
Periodic maintenance notification
When the hours of engine operation exceed
100 hours, the elapsed time from the previous maintenance period (when the meter
was reset) blinks.
or
The tachometer shows the engine revolutions per minute.
: To return to the normal dis-
play.
Trim meter
The trim meter shows the trim angle of the
outboard motor in 13 levels.
Blinks
NOTE:
• The elapsed time blinks every time the
engine is started until it is reset. In addition, the maintenance indicator (
)
remains on until it is reset.
• When the hours of engine operation
exceed 100 hours and the periodic maintenance notification is activated, consult
an authorized Yamaha dealer for periodical maintenance.
• To reset the maintenance period, see “01
(resetting maintenance intervals)” in
“Changing settings (custom mode).”
When the angle of the outboard motor
exceeds the trim range, the top segment
blinks.
Blinks
3
Multifunction display
When the engine start switch is turned to
OFF, the last display shown is shown first
when the engine start switch is turned to ON
again.
The multifunction display shows various
information using numeric values or graphics.
: Press to switch between the displays.
NOTE:
If an optional sensor is not connected to the
meter, the corresponding display will not be
displayed.
Cooling water/
engine temperature
Battery voltage level/
Battery voltage value
Total hour/Trip hour
Cooling water pressure
Oil pressure (4-stroke) Oil level (2-stroke)
4
Tachometer unit
Multifunction display
Cooling water/engine temperature display
Cooling water/engine temperature
display
The cooling water/engine temperature indi-
NOTE:
The cooling water/engine temperature display shows “L” for low and “H” for high.
cator (
) comes on and the cooling
water temperature or the engine temperature is shown in 6 levels.
When the engine overheats, the cooling
water/engine temperature indicator (
blinks to warn of the malfunction.
)
Blinks
CAUTION:
• When the overheat warning comes on,
turn the engine off and check the cooling water inlet for clogs.
• If you cannot locate and correct the
cause, consult a Yamaha dealer.
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Battery voltage display
Tachometer unit
Battery voltage display
The battery voltage indicator (
) comes
on and the battery voltage of the engine is
shown in 6 levels or the voltage value is
shown.
: Press to switch between the display
formats.
Battery voltage level
Blinks
When the battery voltage decreases below
the voltage that is required by the engine,
Battery voltage value
the battery voltage indicator (
to warn of the malfunction.
) blinks
Blink
CAUTION:
• When the low battery voltage warning
comes on, check the battery and the
wiring.
• If you cannot locate and correct the
cause, consult a Yamaha dealer.
When the battery voltage decreases to 12
volts or less or increases to 16 volts or more
the voltage value blinks.
NOTE:
The battery voltage level display shows “L”
for low and “H” for high.
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Total hour/Trip hour display/Cooling water pressure display
Total hour/Trip hour display
The total hour display shows the total hours
of engine operation and the trip hour display
shows the trip hours (T).
Cooling water pressure display
(optional: cooling water pressure sensor
has been installed)
The cooling water pressure indicator (
)
comes on and the cooling water pressure is
shown in 6 levels.
: Press to switch between the display
formats.
Total hour
Trip hour (T)
Blinks
10 psi
CAUTION:
Blinks
• When the cooling water pressure
decreases to 10 psi or less, turn the
engine off and check the cooling water
inlet for clogs.
• If you cannot locate and correct the
cause, consult a Yamaha dealer.
NOTE:
The cooling water pressure level display
shows “L” for low and “H” for high.
Blinks
+
hours (T).
(1 second): To reset the trip
NOTE:
The total hours of engine operation cannot
be reset.
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Oil pressure display (4-stroke models)
NOTE:
• The oil pressure display shows “L” for low
and “H” for high.
• The low oil pressure warning does not display the engine oil level.
• Depending on the model of the outboard
motor, the oil pressure display may not be
available.
• Depending on the operating conditions
such as when the engine is operated at
extremely low speeds, the oil pressure
may be shown as low even when the
engine is operating properly.
The oil pressure indicator (
) comes on
and the engine oil pressure is shown in 6
levels.
When the engine oil pressure drops too low,
the oil pressure indicator (
warn of the malfunction.
) blinks to
Blinks
CAUTION:
• Do not operate the engine without
engine oil. Severe engine damage can
result.
• Check the oil level by following the
procedure described in the engine
Owner’s Manual.
• If you cannot locate and correct the
cause, consult a Yamaha dealer.
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Tachometer unit
Oil pressure display (4-stroke models)
Oil level display (2-stroke models)/Water detection warning
Oil level display (2-stroke models)
The oil level indicator (
) comes on and
the engine oil level is shown in 3 levels.
Water detection warning
When water has accumulated in the water
separator (fuel filter), the water detection
warning indicator (
) blinks to warn of
the malfunction. This function is not available for outboard motors that are not
equipped with the water detection warning
function.
Blinks
When the engine oil level is low, the oil level
indicator (
function.
) blink to warn of the mal-
CAUTION:
CAUTION:
When the water detection warning comes
on, turn the engine off and remove the
water from the water separator (fuel filter) by following the procedure described
in the Owner’s Manual of the outboard
motor. A malfunction can result if fuel
mixed with water is sent to the engine.
Do not operate the engine without engine
oil. Severe engine damage can result.
NOTE:
Blink
or
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: To deactivate the buzzer.
Changing backlight settings
Adjusting trolling speed
You can turn the backlight on or off, or
change the brightness level of the backlight
for all meters synchronized.
You can adjust the trolling speed randomly
by increasing or decreasing it approximately
50 r/min.
When in the trolling speed setting mode, the
display switches to the normal display when
the engine speed is increased (within 3,000
r/min) using the throttle. When the throttle is
closed, the display returns to the trolling
speed setting mode.
This function is not available for outboard
motors that are not equipped with the trolling
speed adjustment function.
1.
+
mode.
: To activate the backlight
2.
: Press to switch between the five
brightness levels (1–5).
: To switch between the backlight
on and “OFF.”
1.
3.
+
display.
(1 second): To activate the trolling
speed setting mode.
: To return to the normal
NOTE:
• The backlight default settings are “OFF”
and brightness level 1.
• If no operations are carried out for 5 seconds or more, the display returns to the
normal display.
• The backlight settings can be changed
from all meters and all displays.
2.
: To decrease the engine speed.
3.
: To increase the engine speed.
4.
10
: To return to the normal display
and to the default engine idle speed.
Tachometer unit
Changing backlight settings/Adjusting trolling speed
Changing settings (custom mode)
Changing settings (custom mode)
NOTE:
Switching to custom mode
In the custom mode, you can change the
meter function settings. Each setting function number is shown in the tachometer display.
1. Turn the engine off and the engine start
switch to ON.
• Trolling is affected by currents and other
operating conditions and may differ from
the actual engine speed.
• The default engine idle speed is reset
automatically when the display is switched
to the normal display. The default engine
idle speed is also reset automatically
when the engine is turned off or when the
engine speed exceeds 3,000 r/min.
• When warming up a cold engine, the trolling speed cannot be decreased below the
specified engine idle speed.
• Depending on the model of the outboard
motor, some functions may not be compatible. For information on models which
contain the compatible functions, consult
a Yamaha dealer.
2.
(4 seconds): To activate the custom mode.
3.
(1 second): Press to switch
between the setting function numbers
and to switch to the change settings display.
01 (resetting maintenance intervals)
(1sec.)
02 (setting trim angle)
(1sec.)
(1sec.)
03 (setting corresponding engine)
4.
Change each setting and return to the
normal display. To change the settings,
see the corresponding sections for each
setting function.
NOTE:
If no operations are carried out for 30 seconds or more or if the engine is started, the
settings will not be applied and the display
returns to the normal display.
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02 (setting trim angle)
You can set the trim angle to zero.
Fully trim the outboard motor down.
1. Turn the engine off and the engine start
switch to ON.
01 (resetting maintenance intervals)
You can reset the elapsed time from the
previous maintenance interval (when the
meter was reset).
1. Turn the engine off and the engine start
switch to ON.
2.
(4 seconds): To activate the custom mode and to switch to the resetting
display.
2.
(4 seconds): To activate the custom mode.
3.
(1 second): To switch between
the setting function numbers and to
switch to the zero adjustment display.
4.
+
(1 second): To adjust the
trim angle to zero using the current trim
position as the standard value and
return to the normal display.
Blinks
3.
+
(1 second): To reset the
elapsed time to “0h” and return to the
normal display.
NOTE:
Press the
button for 1 second from
step 2 to cancel the resetting of the elapsed
time and return to the normal display.
NOTE:
• When one segment is displayed, the trim
angle of the outboard motor is adjusted to
zero (full trim in).
• Press the
button for 1 second from
step 3 to cancel the adjustment of the trim
angle to zero and return to the normal display.
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Tachometer unit
01 (resetting maintenance intervals)/02 (setting trim angle)
03 (setting corresponding engine)
03 (setting corresponding engine)
You can select the engines that are compatible to this meter. The port outboard motor is
set to “-1- (engine number 1)” and the starboard outboard motor is set to “-2- (engine
number 2).”
1. Turn the engine off and the engine start
switch to ON.
2.
(4 seconds): To activate the custom mode.
3.
(1 second) (2 times): Press to
switch between the setting function
numbers and to switch to the change
settings display.
4.
: To switch between the displayed
engine numbers.
NOTE:
• The meters are set at the factory to
“-1- (engine number 1).”
• To reset an engine number, see “Resetting engine number” in “Service functions.”
-1- (engine number 1)
-2- (engine number 2)
-3- (engine number 3)
-4- (engine number 4)
5.
(1 second): To change the corresponding engine and return to the normal display.
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Service functions
CAUTION:
Diagnosis
You can display the self-diagnosis results of
the engine.
When a diagnosis code other than “-01-”
is displayed, the engine cannot be operated normally. Consult a Yamaha dealer.
(10 seconds): To display the diagnosis codes.
When there are no malfunctions, the “-01-”
diagnosis code is displayed.
NOTE:
Although the custom mode is activated after
a few seconds while the
button is
being pressed, continue to press the button
for 10 consecutive seconds to activate the
diagnosis mode.
When a malfunction occurs, the corresponding diagnosis codes, except “-01-,” are displayed.
When there are multiple diagnosis codes,
press the
code number.
button to display the next
(1 second): To return to the normal
display.
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Tachometer unit
Service functions
Service functions
Resetting engine number
When replacing the engines of multiple outboard motors or resetting the setting order,
reset all engine numbers to “-1- (engine
number 1).”
1. Turn the engine off and the engine start
switch to ON.
2.
(10 seconds): “-00-” will be displayed for 1 second.
3.
Turn the engine start switch to OFF.
The engine number is reset after
approximately 10 seconds.
Turn the engine start switches to ON in
order from port to starboard.
4.
NOTE:
• The engine numbers are stored in the
ECM (Engine Control Module) of each
engine for engine identification.
• The engine numbers are stored in the
ECM (Engine Control Module) when the
engine start switch is first turned to ON
after being connected. The numbers are
stored in order from number one to number four starting from the port outboard
motor. When multiple outboard motors are
installed, be sure to wait at least 2 seconds before turning each engine start
switch to ON.
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2. Speed & Fuel meter unit
NOTE:
Speedometer
Shows the speed of
the boat. You can
switch the displayed
unit to miles per hour
(mph), knots, or
kilometers per hour
(km/h). (Page 18)
Fuel meter
The fuel meter shows
the remaining fuel
level in 8 levels.
(Page 19)
Multifunction display (Page 19)
· You can switch each engine information and show it using numeric values.
Fuel flow display (Page 20)
Fuel economy display (Page 21)
Total fuel consumption display (Page 21)
Ambient water temperature display (optional) (Page 22)
Depth display (optional) (Page 22)
Clock (optional) (Page 23)
Trip display (optional) (Page 23)
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Speed & Fuel meter
unit
Depending on the model of the outboard motor, some functions may not be compatible. For
information on models which contain the compatible functions, consult a Yamaha dealer.
Description/Activating the meter
Description
Activating the meter
When the engine start switch is turned to
ON, the meter is activated and
“
” appears on the multifunction
meter. Then, all the displays come on and
the display switches to the normal display
after a few seconds.
1
2
1 set button
2 mode button
1
2
3
1 Speedometer
2 Fuel meter
3 Multifunction display
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Speedometer
The speedometer shows the ground speed
or the water speed of the boat.
To display the ground speed, the GPS must
be connected to the meter. To display the
water speed, an optional sensor (speed
sensor or Triducer-Multi sensor) must be
connected to the meter.
NOTE:
• If no operations are carried out for 30 seconds or more, the display returns to the
normal display.
• When signals from the GPS cannot be
received even when the GPS function is
on, the GPS display goes off and the
water speed is displayed.
• You can select to show miles per hour
(mph), kilometers per hour (km/h), or
knots on the speedometer display. To
change the displayed unit, see “01 (setting displayed units)” in “Changing settings (custom mode).”
Switching the speed sensors:
1.
(4 seconds): To activate the
speed sensor setting mode.
2.
: Press to switch between the
speed sensor types.
“On” (ground speed)
“OFF” (water speed)
3.
(1 second): To set the speed sensor and return to the normal display.
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Speed & Fuel meter
unit
Speedometer
Fuel meter/Multifunction display
Fuel meter
FLOW
The fuel meter shows the remaining fuel
level in 8 levels and all the segments are
displayed when the fuel tank is full. When
the fuel level is low, the last segment blinks.
ECON
TTL
NOTE:
The fuel sensor setting can be changed
according to the fuel sensor type. To change
the fuel sensor setting, see “02 (setting fuel
sensor)” in “Changing settings (custom
mode).”
TEMP
Multifunction display
The multifunction display shows various
information using numeric values.
DPTH
: Press to switch between the displays.
Clock
TRIP
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Fuel flow display
When the engine start switch is turned to
OFF, the last display shown is shown first
when the engine start switch is turned to ON
again.
Fuel flow display
FLOW shows the total fuel consumption per
hour of all engines.
• To change the various settings, see
“Changing settings (custom mode).”
• If an optional sensor is not connected to
the meter, the corresponding display will
not be displayed.
NOTE:
You can select to show gallons per hour
(gph) or liters per hour (l/h) on the FLOW
display. To change the displayed unit, see
“01 (setting displayed units)” in “Changing
settings (custom mode).”
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Speed & Fuel meter
unit
NOTE:
Fuel economy display/Total fuel consumption display
Total fuel consumption display
TTL shows the total fuel consumption of all
engines.
Fuel economy display
ECON shows the distance traveled per unit
of fuel.
The TTL display cannot measure over 1,999
gallons or 1,999 liters. When there are more
than 1,999 gallons or 1,999 liters of fuel, the
numeric value blinks to indicate an overflow.
NOTE:
• Fuel economy is affected by the type of
boat being operated and the operating
conditions, and it is constantly changing.
• You can select to show miles per gallon
(mpg), nautical miles per liter (nm/l), or
kilometers per liter (km/l) on the ECON
display. To change the displayed unit, see
“01 (setting displayed units)” in “Changing
settings (custom mode).”
Blinks
+
display.
(1 second): To reset the TTL
NOTE:
You can select to show gallons (g) or liters
(l) on the TTL display. To change the displayed unit, see “01 (setting displayed
units)” in “Changing settings (custom
mode).”
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Ambient water temperature display/Depth display
Depth display (optional: Triducer-multi
sensor has been installed)
DPTH shows the water depth.
NOTE:
You can select to show feet (F) or meters
(m) on the DPTH display. To change the
displayed unit, see “01 (setting displayed
units)” in “Changing settings (custom
mode).”
NOTE:
You can select to show Fahrenheit (°F) or
Celsius (°C) on the TEMP display. To
change the displayed unit, see “01 (setting
displayed units)” in “Changing settings (custom mode).”
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Speed & Fuel meter
unit
Ambient water temperature display
(optional: Triducer-multi sensor has
been installed)
TEMP shows the ambient water temperature.
Clock/Trip display/Changing backlight settings
Trip display (optional: speed sensor has
been installed)
TRIP shows the information from the speed
sensor converted to the distance traveled.
Clock (optional: GPS has been installed)
The clock shows the time in 12 hours. The
local time is easily displayed by calculating
the longitude information received from the
GPS communication data. Set the time as
necessary.
Setting the time:
1.
: To activate the time setting
mode and switch to the time setting display.
+
(1 second): To reset the distance traveled.
NOTE:
4.
: To change the hours. Press and
hold to advance quickly.
• The distance traveled is affected by currents and other operating conditions and
may differ from the actual distance traveled.
• You can select to show miles (mile), nautical miles (nm), or kilometers (km) on the
TRIP display. To change the displayed
unit, see “01 (setting displayed units)” in
“Changing settings (custom mode).”
5.
: To set the time and return to the
normal display.
Changing backlight settings
Blinks
2.
3.
: To change the minutes. Press
and hold to advance quickly.
: To set the hours.
You can turn the backlight on or off, or
change the brightness level of the backlight
for all meters collectively.
Resetting the time:
1.
: To activate the time setting mode
and to switch to the time setting display.
2.
+
(1 second): To reset the
time to “0:00” and return to the normal
display.
NOTE:
The backlight setting procedure is the same
as that of the tachometer unit.
To change the backlight settings, see
“Changing backlight settings” in “1. Tachometer unit.”
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Changing settings (custom mode)/01 (setting displayed units)
Changing settings (custom mode)
2.
(4 seconds): To activate the custom mode.
2.
(4 seconds): To activate the custom mode and to switch to the change
settings display.
3.
: Press to switch between the displays.
Speedometer
TRIP (trip)
FLOW (fuel flow)
ECON (fuel economy)
3.
(1 second): Press to switch
between the setting function numbers
and to switch to the change settings display.
TTL (total fuel consumption)
TEMP
(ambient water temperature)
01 (setting displayed units)
(1sec.)
02 (setting fuel sensor)
(1sec.)
03 (setting correction value)
4.
DPTH (depth)
(1sec.)
Change each setting and return to the
normal display. To change the settings,
see the corresponding sections for each
setting function.
NOTE:
Blinks
If no operations are carried out for 30 seconds or more or if the engine is started, the
settings will not be applied and the display
returns to the normal display.
* In the display example, the speedometer
is shown.
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Speed & Fuel meter
unit
01 (setting displayed units)
You can change the units that are shown in
each display. The indicator of the selected
display blinks.
1. Turn the engine off and the engine start
switch to ON.
Switching to custom mode
In the custom mode, you can change the
meter function settings. Each setting function number is displayed in the speedometer
display.
1. Turn the engine off and the engine start
switch to ON.
01 (setting displayed units)
4.
: Press to switch between the displays. In addition, you can select to not
show the display.
Speedometer
You can select to show miles per hour
(mph), kilometers per hour (km/h), or knots.
The default setting is miles per hour (mph).
TRIP
You can select to show miles (mile), nautical
miles (nm), kilometers (km), or not to show
the display. The default setting is miles
(mile).
FLOW
You can select to show gallons per hour
(gph), liters per hour (l/h), or not to show the
display. The default setting is gallons per
hour (gph).
ECON
You can select to show miles per gallon
(mpg), nautical miles per liter (nm/l), kilometers per liter (km/l) or not to show the display. The default setting is miles per gallon
(mpg).
TTL
You can select to show gallons (g), liters (l),
or not to show the display. The default setting is gallons (g).
TEMP
You can select to show Fahrenheit (°F), Celsius (°C), or not to show the display. The
default setting is Fahrenheit (°F).
DPTH
You can select to show feet (F), meters (m),
or not to show the display. The default setting is feet (F).
5.
NOTE:
(1 second): To change the displayed unit and return to the normal display.
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• When the speedometer unit settings are
changed, the TRIP, FLOW, ECON, TTL,
TEMP, and DPTH unit settings are collectively changed automatically. To change
the settings for each displayed unit individually, repeat steps 3 and 4.
• Press the
and
buttons simultaneously for 1 second from step 2 to
reset all displayed units to the default settings.
02 (setting fuel sensor)
You can set the fuel sensor type that is connected to this meter.
1. Turn the engine off and the engine start
switch to ON.
03 (setting correction value)
You can calibrate the displayed fuel flow
value within –7 to +7 percent. The difference
in the fuel consumption display and the
actual fuel consumption is calibrated.
2.
(4 seconds): To activate the custom mode.
3.
(1 second): To switch between
the setting function numbers and to
switch to the change settings display.
4.
: Press to switch between the fuel
sensor types.
Checking the calibration value:
1. Operate the outboard motor on a full
tank of fuel.
2. After operating the outboard motor, fill
the fuel tank. Compare the amount of
fuel filled into the fuel tank with the fuel
consumed shown on the fuel consumption display and set the calibration value
to the difference if necessary.
-1- (ABYC-US)
Changing the calibration value:
1. Turn the engine off and the engine start
switch to ON.
-2- (EUROPE)
-3- (YAMAHA)
2.
(4 seconds): To activate the custom mode.
3.
(1 second) (2 times): Press to
switch between the setting function
numbers and to switch to the change
settings display.
4.
: Press to switch between the calibration values.
5.
(1 second): To change the calibration value and return to the normal
display.
Blinks
5.
(1 second): To change the fuel
sensor type and return to the normal
display.
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Speed & Fuel meter
unit
02 (setting fuel sensor)/03 (setting correction value)
03 (setting correction value)
NOTE:
• The fuel flow display may differ depending
on the operating conditions.
• When the fuel flow calibration value is
changed, the FLOW, TTL, and ECON displays are shown calibrated.
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Activating for the first time/Setting the initial settings
3. Setting up the meters
Activating for the first time
To install the meters and the optional sensors and to connect the meters to the
engine, see the “Command Link Multifunction Meter Installation Manual.”
Be sure to follow the procedures in “Activating for the first time” and “Setting the initial
settings.” If the procedures are performed
incorrectly, the engine number will change,
resulting in improper operation.
1. Installing the meters
2. Connecting the meters to the engine
3. Installing an optional sensor
4. Activating for the first time
5. Setting the initial settings
After installing the meters, be sure to turn
the engine start switch to ON when the
power is supplied for the first time. When
multiple outboard motors are installed, be
sure to turn the engine start switch to ON
from the port outboard motor and to wait at
least 2 seconds before turning each engine
start switch to ON.
• The engine number of the engine whose
engine start switch was first turned to ON
is stored in the ECM (Engine Control Module) of the engine as the port engine
(engine number 1).
• To reset an engine number, see “Resetting engine number” under “Service functions” in “1. Tachometer unit.”
If the procedures are performed incorrectly,
see “Service functions” in “1. Tachometer
unit” to reset all of the engine numbers.
Check the connections, and follow the setup
procedures again to set up the meters.
Setting the initial settings
Before operating the meter, be sure to
change the default settings as described
below. For the setting procedures, see the
corresponding setting procedure for each
meter.
Tachometer unit
03 (setting corresponding engine)
Select the engines compatible to this meter.
(See page 13.)
02 (setting trim angle)
Adjust the trim angle to zero. (See page 12.)
Speed & Fuel meter unit
02 (setting fuel sensor)
Set the fuel sensor according to the fuel
tank type. (See page 26.)
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Setting up the
meters
NOTE:
YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD.
Printed in Japan
March 2005 – 1.0 × 1 CR
(E)
Printed on recycled paper
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