Owners Manual Supplement
460 Sundancer
Owner's Manual Supplement
MRP# 1150457
This owner’s manual supplement has been written to provide additional specific information about your boat and
should be read carefully. Insert this supplement in your Sport Yacht Owner's Manual as Section 12 — Supplement.
The owner’s manual packet has been compiled to help you operate your craft with safety and pleasure. It contains
details of the craft, the equipment supplied or fitted, its systems and information on its operation and maintenance.
Please read the information carefully, and familiarize yourself with the craft before using it.
If this is your first craft, or you are changing to a type of craft you are not familiar with, for your own comfort and
safety, please ensure that you obtain handling and operating experience before “assuming command” of the craft.
Your dealer or yacht club will be pleased to advise you of local sea schools or competent instructors.
PLEASE KEEP THIS OWNER'S MANUAL PACKET IN A SECURE PLACE AND HAND IT OVER TO THE NEW
OWNER WHEN YOU SELL THE CRAFT.
Table Of Contents
Warranty Information ............=—--. ===. ..=e.eeee ener inne, 12.2 Accessories ................eenanuennnnnnanonanenonnnanonnnanennnmemanem. 12.21
Air Conditioning / Heating System ....................... 12.21
Construction Standards .............——-....w=e==-e-...xeeeee... 12.2
Control Station Layout... —===.—...==eee..eeeeee.. 12.22
Hull identification Number ............. ==. .====..e=e=..eee EEE 12.2 Control Station .............————————.eeeeeeere eere 12.22
Switch a Breaker Panel... 12.22
Servicing Your Sea Ray ............——....xexeeecnenunenneemo—. 12.2
Instrument 8% Controls............. e —..—. eee... nneeeeeeneeeem. 12.23
Specifications 8: Dimensions .................e==e..neeee.... 12.3 Systems Monitor Panel... 12.23
Standard Accommodation Plans ................ww=—-—..... 12.4 Bilge Layout ...............=—....e===eaneeannnnnean 12.24-12.25
Supplemental General Information ........................ 12.5 Location Of Through-Hull Fittings........................ 12.26
Bilge Pumping System are 12.6 Рой Side o.oo ee KK KK KETTE 12.26
Propulsion System .........ccoooiiiiiiiiii ee, 12.6 Starboard Side ........coooeiiiiiii AA 12.26
Propellers... K RER KR 12.6 Bilge Hull Cutouts .......................e i, 12.26
Head System .................eeeeeeseececrrreeeneenercen entere. 12.6
Water System are DA 12.6 Generator Supplement.............—...e==..neeeeeneeeenneeenee. 12.27
Fuel System... ree es rennes 12.10 Generator Starting Addendum 12.27
Crossover Fuel System are nn, 12.10
Fuel Recommendations .........................=. ee... 12.10 Standard AC Main Distribution Panel
Fuel Filters ee KK KK EEE 12.10 (220V) & DC Distribution Panel er ===... 12.28
Exhaust System ..................e.eeeeeeeerereerereeenere EE 12.12
Electrical Installations .....................—..—_— 12.13 Optional AC Main Distribution Panel
12 Volt Accessory Receptacie ...................e.e..——. 12.13 (120V) & DC Distribution Panel 12.29
120 Volt AC/12 Volt AC Transformers .................. 12.13
Battery o.oo, 12.13 Main DC Distribution Panel .................=-....=-.....m... 12.30
Ventilation System/Bilge Blower........................... 12.15
Fire Extinguishing System ...................e...== eee... 12.17 DC Breaker & Control Panel 220000000000 12.31
a serres sr rene r rence ere 12.18
Anchoring Arrangement ……......….…......…......….….….….….….….…. 12.18 DC Wiring Schematic
Bow Thruster ….……...........….rrrresserce serre RK KR K EEG 12.19 (1 of 2) thru (2 0f 2) ...................eeeeeee 12.32-12.33
Lifesaving Equipment... 12.19
Boat Storage ........................eeeeeeiieereeeee 12.19 DC Cabin Wiring Schematic
Troubleshooting ........c.cooiviiiiiii 12.20 (1 of 2) thru (2 Of 2) cocoveveii 12.34-12.35
List of Reference Manuals & Drawings ............... 12.20
Repair & Parts Facilities 12.20 Main DC Breaker Panel Wiring Schematic .......... 12.36
Ce Ser Os 12.20
460 Sundancer
Sa Roger. 12.1
Cablemaster Remote Wiring Schematic .............. 12.37
Systems Monitor Schematic ..............=.—..e=-.neeem... 12.38
Вом anne e nene. 12.39
Extinguisher / Blower Schematic ..............—.www...... 12.40
TV 8 Stereo Antenna System -..........—... eee. nneeenneee. 12.41
Windlass Wiring -............-——.. senea 12.42
Westerbeke® Diesel Generator
High Voltage Wiring .…...........…..…..…..……rcccaneenemsanenneca ns 12.43
Sofa Control SchematicC …..…............….….….…0…cssssssenenncanns 12.44
AC Wiring Schematic (240 Volt/60 Cycle)
(U.S. Domestic Standard) ..…...…..ecsrseneeneemensanennenss 12.45
AC Wiring Schematic (120 Volt/60 Cycle)
(U.S. Domestic Option) ..................=—..eeeíeeeeer 12.46
AC Wiring Schematic (220 Volt/50 Cycle)
(International Option)... 12.47
Stove Top Switch Wiring Diagram .............-————..... 12.48
Interconnect Diagram ............... ee... xeeeennnnnenenneannnna 12.49
International Homologations ===. .x..==... 12.50
(This book contains 50 pages.)
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Sea Ray’s® warranty is better than ever. Find the war-
ranty information card in your owner's manual packet
for complete details. If for some reason the card is
missing, contact your Sea Ray dealer for a new one.
CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS
Sea Ray's” commitment - Excellence by Design - has
enabled us to create a superior craft providing you with
comfort, performance, safety and dependability. All our
boats comply with the safety standards set by the United
States Coast Guard and are designed, engineered and
manufactured in accordance with applicable
recommendations and guidelines of the American Boat
and Yacht Council (ABYC) certified by the National
Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA).
HULL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (HIN)
The “Hull Identification ( 3
Number,” located onthe | HIN Location
starboard side of the tran-
som, is the most impor- К т
tant identifying factor and
must be included in all
correspondence and or-
ders. Failure to include it HIN
only creates delays. Also \ J
of vital importance are the
engine serial numbers and part numbers when writing
about or ordering parts for your engine. Refer to the en-
gine owners manual for locations.
SERVICING YOUR SEA RAY*
When your boat needs service beyond regular mainte-
nance it should be taken to an authorized Sea Ray*
dealer.
To find a dealer in your area call:
1-800-SRBOATS.
Fax: 1-314-213-7878
If a problem is not handled to your satisfaction:
1. Discuss any warranty-related problems directly
with the service manager of the dealership or your
sales person. Give the dealer an opportunity to help
the service department resolve the matter for you.
2. If a problem arises that has not been resolved to
your satisfaction by your dealer, contact Sea Ray
Boats at 1-800-SRBOATS and the appropriate cus-
tomer service department information will be pro-
vided to you.
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Sea Ray® 460 Sundancer Owner's Manual Supplement « MRP #1150457
Printed in the U.S.A. June 1998, Revised May 2002, © Sea Ray Boats, Inc.
Sea Ray Boats, Inc. 2600 Sea Ray Blvd., Knoxville, TN 37914.
For information call 1-800-SRBOATS, or fax 1-314-213-7878.
Internet address: http://www.searay.com
Note: Not all accessories shown in pictures or described herein are standard equipment or even available as options.
Options and features are subject to change without notice.
12.2
460 Sundancer
Specifications & Dimensions
Profile
(fig. 12.3.1)
3’ 1” (93 cm)
1 0” 8”
(3.25 m)
14’ 3”
0 8’ 2” (4.34 т)
(2.49 т) ser
WATERLINE (3.58 m)
KEEL
48’ 7” (14.81 m)
51’ 4” (15.65 m)
x
14'8”
(4.47 m)
SPECIFICATIONS
8 HEIGHT DIMENSIONS
Overall Length 45’ 6” (13.87 m)
w/Standard Bow Pulpit vers 48’ 7” (14.81 m)
w/Standard Platform .......................... 51’ 4” (15.65 m)
Beam ...........eeeeennenenonnennenonnnnnenennnnememe nn. 14’ 8” (4.47 m)
Draft ...….………ccrrecsaneeneenanneneaannanemmaneame manne 43” (109.2 cm)
Dry Weight 00000004 28,000 Ibs. (12,700 kg)
Fuel Capacity ................e.......ee.. 400 gal. (1,514 liters) С)
Usable Fuel ..............w.——......... 380 gal. (1,438.3 liters)
Water Capacity .............—........... 100 gal. (378.5 liters)
Holding Tank ................—.....ee...... 60 gal. (227.1 liters)
Dead Rise ...........e-e..eeeennnnnnenonnnnenonnneneonenanemmmannnemmm—. 15°
Keel To Top Of Windshield ................. 11’ 9” (3.58 m) y
Keel To Top Of Spoiler ....................... 14” 3” (4.34 m)
Waterline To Top Of Windshield........... 8’ 2” (2.49 m) Fo]
Waterline To Top Of Spoiler................. 10” 8” (3.25 m) \ —
Spoiler To Top Of Mastlight ................... 3’ 1” (93 cm) | y
(fig. 12.3.2)
460 Sundancer Ser Roy.
12.3
Standard Accommodation Plans
Main Deck (Floor Plan)
(fig. 12.4.1)
Forward Deck
Sun Pad
Cabin Door
Control Station
Forward Bench Seat
Bilge
Cockpit = Service
Hatch
Electric Retractable
Storage
12.4
O
Say Z
Mid Deck (Floor Plan)
(fig. 12.4.2)
\
4 Master
ИД Forward
Stateroom
Electric / |
Convertible
Lounge Chair
CAE
KK
NS
I Mid-Stateroom =|
Nu
Cm
TV/VCR/ Electric Convertible
Radio Sofa/Sleeper
1 —
VL 0
460 Sundancer
Bilee Pump Installations
f в
Bilge Pump Installation STBD
(Rear Isometric View) E
(fig. 12.5.1) — COMMON DRAIN ><
ДУ. FWD
DISCHARGE HOSES
FORWARD PUMP FLOAT SWITCH
CHECK VALVES
FORWARD BILGE PUMP
CABIN BILGE PUMP
CABIN PUMP FLOAT SWITCH
FORWARD ENGINE
ROOM BULKHEAD
TRANSOM
DISCHARGE
HOSES
FORWARD MANUAL
PUMP PICK-UP
CHECK VALVES
EMERGENCY HIGH AFT a ME
WATER FLOAT SWITCH -
AFT BILGE PUMP
AFT EMERGENCY
HIGH WATER
BILGE PUMP AFT PUMP
FLOAT SWITCH
Bilge Pump Installation STBD
(Overhead View) FWD
(fig. 12.5.2)
FORWARD PUMP
FLOAT SWITCH
EMERGENCY HIGH
WATER FLOAT FORWARD
BILGE PUMP
AFT PUMP
FLOAT SWITCH DISCHARGE
HOSES
DISCHARGE
HOSES CABIN BILGE
PUMP
ENGINE ROOM
FLOOR
AFT BILGE PUMP CABIN PUMP
FLOAT SWITCH
AFT EMERGENCY
HIGH WATER FORWARD MANUAL
BILGE PUMP PUMP PICK-UP
AFT MANUAL PUMP
PICK-UP
TRANSOM FORWARD ENGINE
ROOM BULKHEAD
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460 Sundancer Say Z 12.5
Supplemental General Information
BILGE PUMPING SYSTEM
The 460 DA is equipped with an automatic
bilge pump system. A manual bilge pump
system is available as an international
option to comply with CE standards.
Manual Bilge Pump (With International CE Option)
The manual bilge pump system is located on the port
side of the cockpit under the wet bar.
To Operate:
1. Rotate valve to select forward or aft pump.
2. Place handle into pump.
3. Move handle up and down to actuate pump.
REFER TO THE OWNER’S MANUALAND OWNER'’S
PACKET FOR INSTRUCTIONS AND WARRANTY
INFORMATION.
PROPULSION SYSTEM
The standard engine is an inboard V-drive type
propulsion system. This system incorporates an
inboard engine with an angled transmission that allows
the drive shaft to pass through the hull under the
engine.
REFER TO THE OWNER'S MANUAL AND ENGINE
OWNER'S MANUAL FOR OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS AND WARRANTY INFORMATION.
f A
Inboard V-Drive
(fig. 12.6.1)
ENGINE
N
TRANSMISSION
STRUT
RUDDER HULL
SHAFT
COUPLING
SHAFT PROPELLER
PROPELLER LOG SHAFT
12.6
Say Z
PROPELLERS
Your Sea Ray* has been equipped with a
propeller which our tests have shown to be
the best suited for general use under nor-
mal conditions and load. In some situations
you may wish to change propellers to give your boat
slightly different performance characteristics. In gen-
eral, changing to a lower pitch propeller will increase
acceleration and load-pulling ability, but with a slight
decrease in top speed. Conversely, moving to a higher
pitch propeller will attain higher top speed with a light
load, but will sacrifice acceleration and power. Your
particular requirements should be discussed with your
Sea Ray* dealer. Under no circumstances use a pro-
peller which allows the engine to operate at higher
than recommended RPM.
HEAD SYSTEM
Head System information can be found in
Section 6 Head System of the owner's
manual. On the next page are illustrations
of the 460 DA head system layout.
To empty holding tanks:
1. Make sure shut-off valves are open. (see fig.12.7.1).
Follow Dockside Pump-Out and Macerator
instructions is Section 6 Head System.
2. Valves can be left in the open position after holding
tanks are empty.
If one holding tank requires servicing, close oposite
tanks shut-off valve and pump out tank to be serviced.
REFER TO THE HEAD SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
IN THE OWNER’S PACKET FOR INSTRUCTIONS
AND WARRANTY INFORMATION.
WATER SYSTEM
Water System information can be found in
Section 5 Water System of the owner’s
manual. On pages 12.8 and 12.9 are
illustrations of the 460 DA water system
layout.
REFER TO THE OWNERS MANUAL AND OWNER’S
PACKET FOR INSTRUCTIONS AND WARRANTY
INFORMATION.
460 Sundancer
Supplemental General Information
460 SUNDANCER HEAD SYSTEM LAYOUT
Head System, Vacuum Flush With DOCKSIDE PUMP =
Holding Tank,Dockside Pump-Out DECK FITTING | "7
& Macerator (Opt)
: STBD HOLDING
(fig. 12.7.1) TANK VENT FITTINGS
VACUUM
GENERATOR
PORT
FORWARD
ENGINE ROOM
>< BULKHEAD
FWD VENT AN
FILTER
VACUUM
GENERATOR y
PORT HOLDING
TANK
=
7
SHUT OFF
VALVE
OVERBOARD DISCHARGE
SHUT-OFF OVERBOARD DISCHARGE PUMP
VALVE SEACOCK
Head System Hose Routing
(Forward Layout) (fig. 12.7.2)
TO PORT VACUUM
GENERATOR
TO STBD VACUUM
GENERATOR
TO FORWARD STATEROOM
HEAD
460 Sundancer Say Z 12.7
Supplemental General Information
460 SUNDANCER WATER SYSTEM LAYOUT
Water System Hose Routing TO ROPE LOCKER
(Forward Section) (fig. 12.8.1) yd WASH DOWN
TO MASTER HEAD
/ SINK
‚7 DA Ï
AN J. ТО МАЗТЕВ HEAD
TO GALLEY SINK \ DE т TOILET
\ и”
TO MASTER HEAD
SHOWER \ —
И À Z
& FILTERS
PORT
WATER PUMPS
TO AFT DECK SHOWER
PORT
TO GUEST HEAD
SHOWER
TO GUEST HEAD
\ J
WATER TANK Y TO GUEST HEAD
SINK
Water System Hose Routing
: WATER HEATER |
(Stern Section) (fig. 12.8.2) PRESSURE RELIEF Xe, ACCUMULATOR
HOSE Pa BOTTLE
WATER HEATER 6
Jp AN TO WASHER/DRYER
>< TO ICE MAKER / > >
WET BAR 7
FWD WASHER/DRYER
SHUT OFF VALVES
———— FORWARD ENGINE
ROOM BULKHEAD
FROM WATER
TANKS TO WATER
TO TRANSOM PUMPS
WASHDOWN
BILGE WASHDOWN
FROM
DOCKSIDE SPIGOT
WATER INLET
12.8 460 Sundancer
Supplemental General Information
460 SUNDANCER WATER SYSTEM LAYOUT
Grey Water System Layout (Drainage)
(fig. 12.9.1)
ENGINE ROOM BULKHEAD >
O
MID STATEROOM
HEAD SINK DRAIN
DA
COMMON DRAIN
SHOWER SUMP DISCHARGE
GALLEY SINK DRAIN
DS FORWARD STATEROOM HEAD
DS SHOWER DRAIN
FORWARD STATEROOM
HEAD SINK SRAIN
FORWARD STATEROOM
MID STATEROOM A/C CONDENSATE DRAIN
HEAD SINK DRAIN
FWD
><
PORT SONDENSATE DRAIN
SHOWER SUMP
Common Drain
(fig. 12.9.2)
WATER HEATER PRESSURE VALVE
CABIN BILGE PUMP
FORWARD BILGE PUMP
SALON A/C DISCHARGE (| FORWARD STATEROOM A/C
DISCHARGE
MANUAL BILGE PUMP y —_—
SHOWER SUMP DISCHARGE
1 A4 WASHER/DRYER DISCHARGE
AFT BILGE PUMP
AFT HIGH WATER >
BILGE PUMP
FWD PORT
A
NOT USED / ON
241 D
(15 AY) ENGINE ROOM BULKHEAD
SIDE SHELF
FUEL TANK FLOOR
COCKPIT LINER —\ \|
DRAIN \
460 Sundancer Say Z 12.9
Supplemental General Information
FUEL SYSTEM
The 460 DA is equipped with a diesel fuel system. A
detailed drawing of the fuel system can be found in
the Parts Manual. Fueling instructions and precautions
can be found in the Owner's Manual.
CROSSOVER FUEL SYSTEM
The crossover fuel system allows the engines to draw
fuel from either tank. This allows switching to an
alternate tank in case of fuel contamination or for even
fuel weight distribution. Each engine and the generator
are equipped with valves on the crossover fuel board.
The generator only draws fuel from the port fuel tank
utilizing valves offering OPEN, CLOSED and RETURN
settings only.
The crossover fuel board is located on the starboard
side of the cockpit. Access board through forward
starboard cockpit seat base.
f A
Crossover Fuel Board (fig. 12.10.1)
(4 1)
О О О
PORT ENGINE STBD ENGINE
PORT STBD
TANK TANK
STBD PORT
TANK OFF TANK OFF
о о
GEN FEED GEN RETURN
OFF OFF
==) ON — ON
12.10
FUEL RECOMMENDATIONS
The quality of the fuel is very important
où) for satisfactory engine performance and
long engine life. Fuel should be clean and
free of contamination. Your fuel tanks
should be kept full of fuel whenever possible. This will
reduce the amount of water condensation and reduce
the possibility of contamination.
Recommended Fuel: #2 Diesel fuel
Fuel Filters: (Diesel)
Primary and secondary fuel filters are installed on your
Sea Ray® to keep the fuel as clean as possible.
Primary fuel filters are the Racor® water separating
fuel filters installed on the port and starboard sides of
the bilge on the transom. The secondary fuel filters
are located on the engines and should be replaced in
accordance with the Engine Owner’s Manual.
Use of any methanol, gasohol or alcohol based
fuel additive will damage the fuel filter.
Primary Fuel Filter Selection Valve:
Arrow Up: ALL OFF
Arrow Right: RIGHT ON
Arrow Down: ALL ON
Arrow Left: LEFT ON
Racor® Water Separating Fuel Filters
(fig. 12.10.2)
460 Sundancer
Supplemental General Information
Maximum efficiency can be accomplished by the on-
line selection of the left or right fuel filter individually.
This will give you a clean, efficient filter on-line while
allowing maintenance on the off-line filter.
NOTE: IN ROUGH SEAS, ALLOW APPROXI-
MATELY 15% RESERVE WHEN PLANNING FUEL
CONSUMPTION.
REFER TO THE ENGINE OPERATOR’S MANUAL
FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION.
Fuel Line Routing (fg. 12:11.1) eT essen
PORT SIDE OF THE COCKPIT)
PORT _—
FROM FUEL VALVE, TO STBD TANK
STBD FUEL TANK (GENERATOR RETURN)
FWD FROM PORT FUEL VALVE, TO STBD TANK
(PORT ENGINE RETURN)
— FROM STBD FUEL VALVE, TO STBD TANK
DALLAS ZA (STBD ENGINE RETURN)
J 4 2 N
[PS 2
FROM STBD ENGINE, TO STBD FUEL VALVE NP == NN TRON GENERATOR FEED)
On
(STBD ENGINE RETURN) nd Y (GENERATOR FEED)
N
FROM PORT ENGINE, TO PORT FUEL VALVE <> LS FROM STBD TANK, TO PORT FUEL VALVE
(PORT ENGINE RETURN) < $ SN PORT ENGINE FEED)
| NS S
ENGINE ROOM BULKHEAD A FROM STBD TANK,
, TO STBD FUEL VALVE
À (STBD ENGINE FEED)
PORT FUEL TANK >
, < ; FROM STBD TANK,
FROM STBD FUEL VALVE, N TO VENT FITTING
TO PORT TANK (STBD FUEL VENT)
(STBD ENGINE RETURN)
FROM STBD TANK,
TO STBD FILL PLATE
FROM PORT FUEL VALVE, (STBD FUEL FILL)
TO PORT TANK
(PORT ENGINE RETURN)
FROM STBD FUEL VALVE,
TO FUEL FILTER
FROM PORT TANK, A у, я o (STBD ENGINE FEED)
TO VENT FITTING CN iy
(PORT FUEL VENT) Z2 XX > STBD FUEL FILTERS
/ À N
FROM PORT TANK, TO STBD FUEL VALVE >< eZ “> | | FROM STBD FUEL FILTER, TO STBD ENGINE
(STBD ENGINE FEED) < AT (STBD ENGINE FEED)
|
FROM PORT TANK, TO PORT FUEL VALVE > AS GENERATOR
(PORT ENGINE FEED) >
( FROM GENERATOR, TO FUEL VALVE
FROM PORT TANK, TO PORT FILL PLATE (GENERATOR RETURN)
(PORT FUEL FILL)
FROM PORT FUEL FILTER, TO PORT
FROM FUEL VALVE, TO FUEL FILTER PORT FUEL FILTERS ENGINE (PORT ENGINE FEED)
(GENERATOR FEED)
FROM FUEL FILTER FROM PORT FUEL VALVE, TO FUEL
GENERATOR FUEL FILTER TO GENERATOR FILTER (PORT ENGINE FEED)
(GENERATOR FEED)
460 Sundancer Say Z 12.11
Supplemental General Information
EXHAUST SYSTEM
General exhaust system information can be found in
Section 2 Bilge & Underwater Gear of the owner’s
manual. Below is an illustration of the 460 DA exhaust
system as installed with the standard engine. REFER
TO THE ENGINE OWNER’S MANUAL FOR
INSTRUCTIONS AND WARRANTY INFORMATION.
Engine Exhaust System Installation
(Port & Starboard) (fig. 12.12.1)
EXHAUST ELBOW
EXHAUST HOSE
EXHAUST HOSE
EXHAUST ELBOW MUFFLER
FORWARD ENGINE ROOM
BULK HEAD
EXHAUST HOSE
EXHAUST —
ELBOW C/ STBD ENGINE
(7 EXHAUST BYPASS
O HOSE
EXHAUST HOSE < STBD ENGINE
EXHAUST OUTLET
MUFFLER
PORT
STBD ENGINE
EXHAUST BYPASS HOSE =
28
e FWD
PORTENGINE — ——— NV N TRANSOM
EXHAUST OUTLET
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12.12 Say Z 460 Sundancer
Supplemental General Information
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
This owner’s manual supplement contains electrical
schematics for your boat. These electrical schematics
were generated by technicians at the engineering
division for technical reference and service
technicians. Sea Ray® does not recommend that you
attempt to work on the boat's electrical system
yourself. Instead we recommend that you take your
boat to your authorized Sea Ray® dealer for service.
Sea Ray® reserves the right to change or update the
electrical system on any model at any time without
notice to the consumer and is NOT obligated to make
any updates to units built prior to changes.
12 VOLT ACCESSORY RECEPTACLE
(6. 12.13.1) Your Sea Ray” Sport Yacht has a 12
LA volt accessory receptacle at the
® o O control station. It is a cigarette lighter
— style receptacle to be used with any
12 volt accessories using this type of plug.
120 VOLT AC/12 VOLT AC TRANSFORMERS
Your Sport Yacht is equipped with two 120 volt AC
lighting transformers. These will allow operating the
12 volt AC lighting while your Sport Yacht is using the
120 volt AC shore power or generator. This helps
relieve some of the lighting load from the DC system.
Read and understand the information for the
transformers in your Owner’s Manual Packet. These
transformers look like hockey pucks. The transformer
for lights over the couch is located behind the main
distribution panel, the transformer for lights over the
galley is located under the galley sink next to the
refrigerator.
BATTERY
Refer to the owner's manual for battery disconnect and
maintenance.
Battery Specifications:
Group: 27
Cold Cranking Amps: 575
Reserve Capacity: 165 Minutes
Sea Ray® recommended batteries are available
through your Sea Ray® dealer.
ALWAYS DISCONNECT BATTERY CABLES
BEFORE DOING ANY WORK ON THE ENGINE'S
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM OR ALTERNATOR WIRING
TO PREVENT ARCING OR DAMAGE TO THE
ALTERNATOR.
Battery Switch Panel & Generator Gauges
(fig. 12.13.2)
©
CAUTION
IF SWITCH IS TURNED
PORT BATTERY — sunno eno STBD BATTERY
WILL BE DAMAGED.
ON ON
OFF OFF
460 Sundancer Say Z 12.13
Supplemental General Information
Positive Battery Cable Routing Negative Battery Cable Routing
(fig. 12.14.1) FORWARD ENGINE (fig. 12.14.2) FORWARD ENGINE
ROOM BULKHEAD PORT ROOM BULKHEAD
PORT
MAIN DC
GROUND BUSS
EMERGENCY
START SOLENOID
у N
PORT BATTERY <
SWITCH
STARBOARD
BATTERY SWITCH
FWD
FWD TO STARBOARD
BATTERY NEGATIVE
TERMINAL
STBD ENGINE TO MAIN
DC GROUND BUSS
(SECURED TO GND
STUD ON STARTER)
/
TO PORT BATTERY
NEGATIVE TERMINAL
ENGINE TO ENGINE GROUND
(SECURED TO BLOCK)
TO STARBOARD <
BATTERY
TO PORT
Da BATTERY ENGINE TO ENGINE GROUND
(SECURED TO BLOCK)
PORT ENGINE N
STARTER Ss о PORT ENGINE TO MAIN N >
N DC GROUND BUSS
(SECURED TO GND
STUD ON STARTER)
N J
f в
Generator Battery Cable Routing
. TRANSOM
(fig. 12.14.3)
NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE
ROUTE TO GROUND STUD
7
BATTERY AND INSTALL WITH
ROUTE TO GENERATOR
INSULATING BOOTS POSITIVE BATTERY CABLE
ROUTE TO GENERATOR
STARTER AND INSTALL WITH
INSULATING BOOTS
GENERATOR CONVERTOR
BREAKER - ROUTE LINE SIDE
TO BATTERY POSITIVE - LOAD
SIDE CABLE FROM BILGE
PORT FWD
HARNESS
—ee—ee— POSITIVE BATTERY CABLE
_— NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE
........ CONVERTOR POSITIVE CABLE
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12.14 Say Z 460 Sundancer
Supplemental General Information
VENTILATION SYSTEM / BILGE BLOWER
Sea Ray® Sport Yachts are equipped
with electric bilge blowers to remove
fumes from the engine compartment
and provide ventilation through the deck
vents before starting the engine and when operating
below cruising speeds. The bilge blowers are located
inside the port and starboard sides of the transom.
Bilge blower switches are located on the control station
switch panel and on the DC distribution panel.
The Sea Ray® 460 DA blower switches have a two
way switching capability. The blower module allows
the blowers to be turned ON and OFF at either the
control station or the DC distribution panel. Also, they
can be turned ON at one station and turned OFF at
the other.
Blower Switch Lights:
Lights On: When the blowers are turned ÓN, the lights
in the switches will come on and stay on, indicating
that the blowers are functioning correctly.
Lights Blinking: If the lights are blinking, it is an
indication that of of the blower breakers has tripped
and the switch is not receiving power. Reset the tripped
breakers.
While the engine is running, the battery terminal
clamps must not be loosened or detached nor
should the battery switch(es) be turned off, other-
wise the alternator and other electronic units will
be damaged.
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* Never use an open flame in the battery storage
area.
* Avoid striking sparks near the battery.
* A battery will explode if a flame or spark ignites
the free hydrogen given off during charging.
Typical Bilge Blower Installation
(Port & Starboard Location Under
Cockpit Floor) (fig. 12.15.1)
BLOWER HOSE
(ATTACHES TO HULL VENTS)
460 Sundancer
BILGE BLOWERS
X(
FEE
Say Z
PORT FWD
12.15
Supplemental General Information
Accessory Locations (Port Side Panel)
(fig. 12.16.1)
FWD
À BATTERY SWITCHES
& GENERATOR GAUGES
PORT
MAIN DC BREAKER
PANEL
« COCKPIT ICE MAKER
лм RN <
MANUAL BILGE \ SS <
PUMP SELECTION SIN NX
VALVE (OPTION)
O— MANUAL BILGE
PUMP (OPTION)
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Bilge Component Board
(Forward Bilge Bulkhead) (fig. 12.16.2)
CROSSOVER SYSTEMS MONITOR
CHARGE ISOLATOR MODULE
GENERATOR
MODULE
FIRE
EXTINGUISHER
WIRE ROUTING
WIRE ROUTING
AC CONVERTER MAIN DC
GROUND BUSS
EMERGNECY START
SOLENOID
WIRE ROUTING BATTERY BOX
12.16 Say Z 460 Sundancer
Supplemental General Information
FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM
The 460 DA is offered with the
do standard automatic fire exinguishing
system. Your boat should also be
equipped with approved fire
extinguishers.
Following are United States Coast
Guard (USCG) requirements and
American Boat & Yacht Council
(ABYC) recommendations for boats
not equipped with the automatic fire extinguishing sys-
tem option for open boats over 40 feet (4.9 meters)
but less than 65 feet (7.9 meters).
Standard Boat Qty. *Qty. Type
USCG 460 DA 3 2 B1/ABC
ABYC 460 DA 4 B1/ABC
*Boats with approved fixed extinguishing system, (au-
tomatic fire extinguisher system).
Location: Outside engine compartment, steering posi-
tion, crew's quarters, and galley.
Note: To be ABYC compliant Sea Ray Boats, Inc.
follows ABYC construction standards and
recommendations.
REFER TO THE OWNER'S MANUALAND OWNERS
PACKET FOR INSTRUCTIONS AND WARRANTY
INFORMATION.
460 Sundancer
Say Z
Automatic Fire
Extinguisher System
(fig. 12.17.1)
DISCHARGE ALARM
BUZZER
ENGINE SHUTDOWN
OVERRIDE SWITCH
CHARGE & DISCHARGE
INDICATOR LIGHTS
MANUAL AUTOMATIC
FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYST EM
REMOVE PIN
PULL HANDLE
UPON SYSTEM DISCHARGE, SHUTDOWN:
* ENGINE
* FORCED VENTILATION
* ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
MANUAL FIRE
EXTINGUISHER
RELEASE
(INTERNATIONAL
ONLY)
PULL CABLE
IGNITION
STARTER
IGNITION
SWITCH
— BATTERY
GROUND
e In case of fire DO NOT open engine compartment.
Shut down engines, generator and blowers.
12.17
Supplemental General Information
ANCHORING
To anchor, bring the bow into the wind or
current and put the engine in neutral.
When the vessel comes to a stop, lower,
do not throw, the anchor over the bow.
The anchor line should be 5 to 7 times
the depth of water.
ANCHORING ARRANGEMENT
The 460 DA is equipped with a windlass and an anchor
chute. Stow the anchor in the chute when not in use.
Note: Before using the anchor, be sure the anchor
safety line is removed from the anchor and the anchor
is secured to the windlass chain.
Lofrans™ Progress | Windlass
(fig. 12.18.1)
ANCHOR LANYARD
WINDLASS
FOOT SWITCHES
ACCESS PLATE
LOFRANS PROGRESS |
WINDLASS
ANCHOR ROPE STORAGE
WITH HATCH & WASH
DOWN FAUCET
12.18
Say Z
ANCHOR CHUTE
CLEAT
AV
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460 Sundancer
Supplemental General Information
BOW THRUSTER (OPTION)
The optional Bow Thruster is electrically driven and
gives the operator more maneuverability of the bow.
A control panel mounted at the control station is
operated by hand to control port or starboard direction.
Go out away from other boats and obstructions to get
the feel of Bow Thruster operation.
The Bow Thruster will add the following equipment to
your yacht:
e Bow Thruster — located under the access hatch
in the master state room.
Batteries — Two (2) Group 8D-3 volt batteries
connected in series to provide 24 volts DC, located
on the aft port side of bilge (see fig. 12.24.1).
* Main Switch — Located on the dash. It controls
the battery solenoid on the transom (see fig.
12.17.3 and 12.21.1).
* Converter — Domestic-24 volt / 12 amp,
International- 120/240 volt/20 amp, located on the
transom (see fig.12.17.3).
Fuse Protection — Two (2) 350 amp in-line fuses
located on the transom (see fig.12.17.3).
Remember — if breakers or fuses fail, always replace
with the same amperage device. Never alter
overcurrent protection.
Due to the high amperage requirements of the bow
thruster, the converter will not assist in thruster
operation. It's sole purpose is to recharge the thruster
batteries.
After operating the bow thruster, it is recommended
that you turn on the bow thruster converter and allow
the batteries to be fully recharged. Also, if the bow
thruster is not being used regularly, the batteries will
need to be fully recharged every 2-3 weeks.
REFER TO OWNER’S PACKET FOR INSTRUCTION
AND WARRANTY INFORMATION.
460 Sundancer
f A
Bow Thruster (fig. 12.19.1)
BOW THRUSTER
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NX CA
BOW
PORT INBOARD STBD INBOARD THRUSTER
STRINGER STRINGER
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Bow Thruster Installation (Opt)
Typical (fig. 12.19.2)
OIL
RESERVOIR
CABIN FLOOR
SHOWN CUT-AWAY
BUNK
BASE
SH) Ks
Bow Thruster Fuses,Converter &
Solenoid Installation Typical
(Located on Port Side of Transom)
(fig. 12.19.3)
BOW THRUSTER
BOW THRUSTER CONTROL FUSES
CONVERTER/BATTERY
CHARGER LAC 8
BOW THRUSTER LI |
SOLENOID —
TRANSOM
ZA
— BOW THRUSTER
MAIN FUSE |
| PORT
FUEL
TANK
12.19
Supplemental General Information
LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT
(Personal Flotation Device (PFD) )
STORAGE: The 460 DA offers lifesaving equipment
storage in the helm companion seat compartment.
OPERATION: Wear PFD according to manufacturer
recommendations. See pamphlet Federal
Requirements And Safety Tips For Recreational Boats
in the owner’s packet or get one from your dealer.
MAINTENANCE: Rinse with fresh water and let dry
thoroughly. Do not store in a damp compartment. Avoid
the possibility of mildew.
BOAT STORAGE
WET STORAGE PROCEDURES: Special care for
boats that are moored: If permanently moored in salt
water or fresh water, your boat will collect marine
growth on its bottom. This will detract from the boat's
beauty and greatly affect its performance. There are
two methods of preventing this:
» Periodically haul the boat out of the water and scrub
the bottom with a bristle brush and a solution of soap
and water.
e Paint the hull below the waterline with a good grade
of antifouling paint. DO NOT paint the engine drive
surfaces.
NOTE: There are EPA regulations regarding bottom
paint application. Consult your marine paint dealer for
proper application methods.
SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS: Be conscious of the
security of your boat. Always remove the keys from
the ignition, lock hatches, lock the cabin door. Remove
and stow any removable electronic gear (fishfinders,
LORAN, etc.) and personal gear (fishing poles, etc.)
normally left aboard your boat.
TROUBLESHOOTING
List of Reference Manuals and Drawings
PERFORMANCE: Refer to the owner’s manual.
ENGINE: Refer to the owner’s manual and/or the
engine manual.
ELECTRICAL: Refer to electrical section of the
owner’s manual and electrical schematics in this
owner’s manual supplement. Only a qualified marine
electrical technician may service the boat’s electrical
system.
Repair and Parts Facilities
To find a Sea Ray® dealer in your area, call: Sea Ray®
Customer Service: 1-800-SRBOATS
FAX: 1-314-213-7878
To find repair and parts facilities for equipment installed
on your boat, refer to the original equipment manuals
(OEMs) found in the owner's manual packet.
CLEATS
Cleats are intended for mooring use only. Do not use
cleats for towing or lifting the boat. Figure 12.19.1
illustrates the location of cleats on your boat.
Cleat Locations (fig. 12.20.1)
12.20
460 Sundancer
Accessories
AIR CONDITIONING / HEATING SYSTEM
Air Conditioning and Heating System
information can be found in Section 8
Accessories of the owner's manual.
REFER TO THE OWNER'S MANUALAND OWNERS
PACKET FOR INSTRUCTIONS AND WARRANTY
INFORMATION.
Air Conditioning Water Cooling
Hose Routing (fig. 12.21.1)
MASTER STATEROOM
A/C UNIT
MASTER STATEROOM A/C UNIT
COOLING WATER DISCHARGE
TO COMMON DRAIN
COMMON DRAIN
COOLING WATER FEED >
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COOLING WATER DISCHARGE
TO COMMON DRAIN
CABIN FLOOR
A/C COOLING WATER COOLING WATER FEED
SEACOCK FROM MANIFOLD
A/C COOLING
WATER PUMP
A/C COOLING
WATER STRAINER
460 Sundancer Say Z 12.21
Control Station Layout
Control Station
. RAYDATA RAYTHEON GPS
(fig. 12.22.1 ) GAUGE PANEL (TRIDATA OPT) (B&G GPS OPT)
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COMPASS
VHF RADIO
VHF REMOTE
SPEAKER
SWITCH PANEL
W/ SYSTEMS
MONITOR
(B&G VHF RADIO) AUTOMATIC FIRE
(OPT)
INDICATOR
RADAR
(OPT)
SPOTLIGHT
CONTROL ENGINE
COCKPIT STEREO THROTTLE
TRIM TAB CONTROLS
SWITCHES
12 VOLT
RECEPTACLE ENGINE GEAR
SHIFT CONTROLS
PLOTTER (OPT) CONTROL STATION
AUTOPILOT BREAKER PANEL
(OPT) (BEHIND DOOR)
( Y Control Station Breaker Panel
TRIM ——WIPERS — WINDSHIELD NAV. 12V SPOT .
TABS PORT STBD VENT LIGHTS RECEPT LIGHT (fig . 1 2 22 2)
ENGINE
STEREO SYNC HORN LIGHTS ACCY ACCY ACCY
Switch Panel
(fig. 12.22.3)
4 LIGHTS
HORN SPOTLIGHT RUNNING ANCHOR DIMMER SPOILER COCKPIT ACCY ACCY
SYSTEMS | MONITOR
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WINDLASS WINDLASS ~~ WINDSHIELD WIPERS WINDSHIELD
CONTROL MAIN VENT PORT STBD WASHER ELECTRONICS AUTOPILOT ACCY
PORT + EMERGENCY + STBD BILGE BLOWERS ENGINE BILGE PUMPS
24 BOLT BOW
IGNITION START IGNITION FWD AFT THRUSTERMAIN ACCY
50000068
12.22 Say Z
460 Sundancer
Instruments & Controls
SYSTEMS MONITOR PANEL Г NOTICE `
The systems monitor panel, located at the control
station, monitors critical engine functions, bilge
pumps, high water emergency bilge pump, shower
sump pump (if installed) and generator shutdown. It
If an engine stalls during docking or slow
maneuvering, the buzzer will sound until the
engine is restarted. The buzzer will also sound
while the engines are cranking and will continue
is equipped with a test button to test the indicator lights
and the engine alarm buzzer. The panel is protected
by a 5 amp fuse installed in the circuit breaker which
is on the main DC breaker panel.
Each engine is equipped with three alarm senders —
water temperature, oil pressure and transmission
temperature — which are connected to the alarm
buzzer and appropriate indicator light on the systems
monitor panel.
The warning buzzer and corresponding indicator light
will be activated if the cooling system water
temperature rises too high, the engine oil pressure
gets too low, or the transmission temperature rises
too high. Refer to the Engine Operator’s Manual for
proper gauge readings or aid in finding and correcting
the problem.
Note: Engines equipped with electronic fuel injection
(EFI) or multi port injection (MPI) are equipped with
until they start.
1
Light
М.
Indicates (When Lit)
A
SUMP PUMP
(IF SUPPLIED)
EMERGENCY
PUMP
FWD BILGE PUMP
WATER
TEMPERATURE
OIL PRESSURE
TRANSMISSION
TEMPERATURE
AFT BILGE PUMP
SHOWER SUMP PUMP
IS RUNNING
FWD EMERGENCY BILGE
PUMP IS RUNNING
BILGE PUMP IS RUNNING
ENGINE COOLING
SYSTEM IS TOO HOT
ENGINE OIL PRESSURE
IS TOO LOW
TRANSMISSION TEMPERA-
TURE IS TOO HOT
BILGE PUMP IS RUNNING
E ) EMERGENCY EMERGENCY BILGE
one engine indicator light. If the alarm sounds and BILGE PUMP PUMP IS RUNNING
the light activates, pay particular attention to the
engine gauges to distinguish the problem. GENERATOR GENERATOR OIL
SHUTDOWN PRESSURE IS TOO LOW
It is recommended that the system indicator lights and
alarm be tested at least once every five hours of
operation. To test, push the test switch on the systems
monitor panel. All indictor lights and alarm should
activate.
In the event the bilge high water alarm and light
are activated, immediate attention to the bilge is
required.
IF THE ENGINE INDICATOR(S) AND ALARM
COME ON WHILE RUNNING, QUICKLY CHECK
AND NOTE THE OIL PRESSURE AND WATER
TEMPERATURE GAUGE READINGS. TURN OFF
ENGINE IMMEDIATELY. Check for leaks and see
if the cooling water pickup is blocked or clogged.
If necessary, clear the water pickup of any foreign
matter. DO NOT RESTART THE ENGINE UNTIL \_ A 7
CAUSE FOR ALARM SOUNDING HAS BEEN | |
FOUND AND CORRECTED.
| | (fig. 12.23.1)
A
460 Sundancer Say E. 12.23
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FWD BILGE PUMP
ENGINE FUNCTIONS
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(fig. 12.24.1)
BOW THRUSTER GENERATOR STRAINER
CONVERTER
GENERATOR WATER
SEPARATING
12.24
COMMON DRAIN
FUEL FILTER
BOW THRUSTER
BATTERY
|
FUEL FILTER
PORT ENGINE WATER
SEPARATING
PORT ENGINE
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STRAINER
STARBOARD
ENGINE
EXHAUST
AFT HIGH WATER
BILGE FLOAT SWITCH
BATTERY
WATER TANK
460 Sundancer
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(fig. 12.25.1)
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MAIN BATTERY BOX
AUTOMATIC FIRE
EXTINGUISHER
STARBOARD FUEL
TANK
FORWARD BILGE
PUMP
STARBOARD
ENGINE EXHAUST
MANUAL BILGE PUMP
PICKUP
MAIN BATTERY
CONVERTER
PORT HEAD SYSTEM
VACUUM GENERATOR
WATER PUMPS
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RAW WATER PUMP
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ENGINE RAW
WATER SEACOCK
AIR CONDITIONER
RAW WATER
STRAINER
BOW
THRUSTER
CONVERTER
AFT BILGE
PUMP
PORT
ENGINE RAW
WATER SEACOCK
FUSE RUDDER
STUFFING BOX
THRUSTER
BOW
THRUSTER
SOLENOID BOW
PORT ENGINE
EXHAUST
12.25
Location of Through-Hull Fittings
Starboard Side
(fig. 12.26.1)
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VENT EXHAUST HATCH DRAIN
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Bilge Hull Cutouts
(fig. 12.26.3)
STRUT PAD RECESS
PORT UNDERWATER
EXHAUST
SHAFT LOG
ez
RUDDER PORTS A/C PICK-UP
RAYTHEON SPEED
TRANSDUCER
ENGINE PICK-UPS
RAYTHEON DEPTH
TRANSDUCER
GENERATOR
PICK-UP
HEAD DISCHARGE
RUDDER PORTS
CS
ENGINE ROOM
SHAFT LOG BULKHEAD
TRANSOM
PORT UNDERWATER
EXHAUST
STRUT PAD RECESS GROUND BAR
12.26 Sea Rage E 460 Sundancer
Generator Supplement
GENERATOR STARTING ADDENDUM
Sea Ray® strongly urges you to fully comply with the
manual provided by the generator manufacturer. The
Refer to “Section 7, Electrical System” for detailed
generator starting procedures. Follow preliminary
starting procedures 1 through 4.
generator is warranted separately by the
generator manufacturer, not Sea Ray®. Follow the
recommended maintenance and warranty schedule
in your Generator Operator's Manual included in the
Owner’s Manual Packet. Generator abuse or improper
maintenance may adversely affect claims made under
generator manufacturer separate warranty.
STARTING THE GENERATOR
NOTE: PRE-START GENERATOR PRIOR TO
GETTING UNDERWAY AS THERE IS A
POSSIBILITY THAT IT WILL NOT PICK UP
WATER IF STARTED UNDERWAY. MAKE SURE
THE “MAIN GENERATOR” BREAKERS ARE “OFF”
AND THERE IS NO LOAD ON THE GENERATOR
BEFORE STARTING IT.
To start the generator: (Switches located on the 12
volt distribution panel or on the generator set.)
1. Check the fuel tank levels. The generator draws
from the port or starboard fuel tank(refer to
Section 4 “Crossover Fuel System”).
2. Check the oil and coolant levels. See your
Generator Operator’s Manual for proper readings.
3. Check generator for coolant drain plug
installations.
4. Open the generator seacock.
5. Press and release the “GENERATOR” switch on
the main distribution panel. This puts the
generator into the preheat mode and the light in
the switch will begin to flash for approximately
30 seconds. The generator can be started at any
time during this period.
At the end of the 30 second period the preheat
cycle is complete and the light begins to flash
rapidly, indicating that the generator must be
started in the next few seconds or the cycle must
be repeated.
6. Push and hold the “GENERATOR” switch until
the unit starts, then release the switch.
7. Once the generator is started, the light will stay
on continuously.
Bypass Switch
To start the Westerbeke® generator from the generator
mounted controls, a bypass switch, located on the side
of the generator mounted control box, must be turned
ON. The bypass switch must be OFF to start and stop
the generator from the DC main distribution panel.
Battery Switch Panel | ©
& Generator Gauges
(fig. 12.27.1)
ON
OFF
460 Sundancer
CAUTION
IF SWITCH IS TURNED
OFF WHILE ENGINE IS
PORT BATTERY RUNNING ALTERNATOR
WILL BE DAMAGED.
Say Z
STBD BATTERY
ON
OFF
12.27
Standard AC Main Distribution Panel (240V)
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MAIN DISTRIBUTION PANEL 240 VOLTS AC
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— POWER E CONDITIONER E CONDITIONER
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1 POLARITY
120 VOLTS AC
GENERATOR SHORE © GALLEY SYSTEMS if STBD SYSTEMS
© PORT SYSTEMS BILGE/COCKPIT
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(fig. 12.28.1)
12.28
Sea Rage E
460 Sundancer
Optional AC Main Distribution Panel (120V)
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MAIN DISTRIBUTION PANEL
POWER REVERSED
POLARITY
GENERATOR SHORE
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460 Sundancer
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FREEZER
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PUMP/RELAY
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STBD SYSTEMS
9 BILGE/COCKPIT
WATER HEATER
STOVE
FWD AIR
CONDITIONER
GUEST AIR
CONDITIONER
WASHER/DRYER
ACCESSORY
12.29
Main DC Distribution Panel
Main DC Distribution Panel
Located Under Entertaintment Center
(fig. 12.30.1)
CABIN
MAIN
IGNITION
CABLEMASTER
CABLEMASTER
REMOTE
ELECTRONIC
CONTROL
ACCESSORY
AFT SUMP
PUMP
BRIDGE
STEREO MEMORYÓ
FWD EMERGENCY
PUMP |
FWD
BILGE PUMP
AFT EMERGENCY
PUMP ;
BLOWER #1
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MAIN DC BREAKER PANEL
12 VDC
CONTROL
STATION
IGNITION
ELECTRONICS
OIL CHANGE
PUMP
ELECTRONIC
CONTROL
ACCESSORY
CABIN
STEREO MEMORY
SYSTEMS
MONITOR
FWD SUMP
PUMP
EMERGENCY
BILGE PUMP
AFT PUMP
BLOWER #2
WINDLASS
GANGPLANK
12.30 Say Z 460 Sundancer
DC Breaker & Control Panel (12V)
N
a ® ®
WATER LEVEL WASTE SYSTEM CONTROL
| | | DISCHARGE
| íDcvars | DCAMPS |
SEE OWNER'S MANUAL FOR
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
BATTERY BILGE
VOLTAGE TEST GENERATOR — BLOWERS
= {| РУМО
° PORT GUEST HEAD à |© LIGHTING e
AFT
MASTER HEAD LIGHTING
STBD
DISCHARGE BILGE/COCKPIT
PUMP LIGHTING
SEE OWNER'S MANUAL FOR
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FRESH WATER
POWER VENTS PUMP 41
MASTER IGNITION FRESH WATER
STEREO PUMP #2
PORT STBD
REFERIGERATOR/ SOFA
FREEZER CONTROLLER
ACCESSORY © ACCESSORY
\® ® e ®
(fig. 12.31.1)
460 Sundancer
12.31
PORT BATTERY
OC DISTRIBUTION PANEL
104-8 RED/ VIO REF OWG 29-623
4/0 BLK
PORT CAP 38
cs CABIN
OIL PRESSURE PORT 6 RED 58 MAIN | | RED/VIO 1
225LN-14 RED/VIO 2
ALTERNATOR BATTERY IGNITION BILGE HARNESS
— WATER TEMP TEN 5004-14 RED 3 REF OWG 89-802
PORT ) LINE (5>-CABLEMASTER 5006-14 RED 4
LOAD 5098-10 RED
CN ENGINE TACH GENDER BATTERY 112-6 RED —= CABLEMASTER 3
118-6 RED ISOLATOR 3 REMOTE 5010-10 RED 6
16 BLU ELECTRONIC
Caja! 16 TAN FUEL SOLENOID
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ENCINE HARNESS re = 113-2 REC AFT SUMP PUMP
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16 WHT EW PUMP
+ 4/0 BLK 1
16 TANYEL—t—— a AFT EMERGENCY
A 16 BLU/ TAN 1 + TRANS TEMP PUMP
| | WATER TEMP SWITCH > BLOWER *I
a OL PRESSURE SWITCH ==
SWITCH = WINQLASS SOLENOO
+ 2 REO 105 REF ONG
4 REO 5 ; 09-614
6 RED I CAP 25
529-16 WHT/BLU
4/0 BLK I> 1 _
OIL PRESSURE GANCPÉ ANK 530-16 WHT/BLU 2 REFDWG
WATER TEMP 331-16 RED 3
«D EMERGENCY STBD 528-16 RED/VIO 4
TACH SENDER START
y
STBO E SOLENOID 6 RED CONTROL
59 STATION
ENGINE ALTERNATOR
IGNITION
111-6 REO
—i6 BLU TRONICS
< < 16 TAN FUEL_SOLENOID oh CHAN ©
© GRY L E 00-8 GA. RED/VIO TERMINAL
( 4 ) CTRONIC 01-8 GA. RED/VIO REF OWG 09-604
| 10 vioLeT = ACCESSORY
NGINE HAR =
ENGINE HARNESS | <—10 YEL/RED STARTÉR
> 10 BLK
= _— CABIN STEREO
- 15” MEMORY
. €—1— 16 WHT 2 BLK / S>—SYSTEMS MONITO
eee > 16 TANVYEL Hs” WD SUMP PUMP
«<— 16 BLU/TAN 4 U UM
— 4 y irc EMERGENCY
WATER TEMP
OIL PRESSURE SWITCH = 15” BILGE PUMP
SWITCH GENERATOR @ AFT PUMP
4/0 BLK =>—BLOWER *2 3
MAIN DC BREAKER PANEL
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MAIN DC REF DWG 99-802
Sea Reg 460 Sundancer
12.32
PRINT #09-601, 1 of 3, REVISION #0
DC Wiring Schematic (2 of 2
PLUG 6
< 16 LT BLU — |
OIL PRESSURE — 16 TAN >|
> TO
EEA 16 GRY dE NEUTRAL
WATER TEMP 14 VIO > la REE SAFETY
PORT — 14 YEL/RED — | 5 SWITCHE
TACHOMETER UE] 14 BLACK > |6
FUEL OHH
< 16 BLU COMPASS
VOLT IGBLK — —— LICHT PLUG 66
PORT IGNITION LOAD——
PORT IGNITION LINE:
STBD IGNITION LINE ~———
ITION 0 ]
INSTRUMENT PANELS FLUG 7 e -
N
| 6 LT BLY ————F—> 1 CAP 66
REFERENCE 09-900 ~ 16 TAN —> |
OIL PRESSURE
16 GRY а REF
К SHEET |
< = 14 VIO 4
WATER TEMP 14 YEL/RED 15 5
ST CH E BLACK———1—> |
TACHOMETER
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CAP 31 IAs 32
234 1234
PLUG 31 [AAA { Vicar 32
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PORT IGNITION
2/5
PLUG 1
a
200-16 PNK >|
CONTROL STATION STBD IGNITION 202-16 PNK/BLK =——12>|>
207-4 REO/VIO ——>|3
310-14 BRN ы
302-14 BRN g REF SHEET 3
22314 RED >16
224 14- ORN/BLK ——>|7
FROM ELECTRONICS 218LN-14 RED/VID ——>Ig
FUSE BLOCK E —f-e & G GPS 225LN-14 RED/VIO —bla
{ == MULTI FUNCTION
и” САР 2
— AUTOPILOT
269-16 RED/VIO ——F<l
309-14 BRN/RED «—<|2
FWole” oro — 301-14 BRN/RED —+<|3
REF SHEET 3
BILCE "> 406H-16 WHT <la
wo м | 4@7H-16 RED <ls
10 AMpREO [A] ANO SWITCH PANEL TONES = —— 408H-16 BLK — —<{6
REF DWG 93-902 me 5 GROUND CAP 3
115-14 BLK ————|<l
+< 2
BREAKER PANEL ~~ ENGINE SYNCH KI
REF DWG 09-904 6008-14 BLU 4
STEREO [25170 RE ACCESSORY 229-16 GRY/WHT <|s REF SHEET 3
| ACCESSORY COCKPIT [7 230-16 GRY/RED 24
ACCESSORY | XX AFCESSORY LIGHTS 231-16 GRY —————1<|7
6000-16 BLK <la
Pr PLUG 8 CAP 8 |
ACCESSORY | *X 1 6001-16 BLU К 9
14 RED/VIO 1
LIGHTING [5 > 14 RED/VIO 2
14 RED/VIO 3 PLUG 5
HORN Ps s— = RED/VIO 4 566-16 BLU 5,
| 14 RED/ VIO 5 567-16 GRN >
(ON 2 2
ACCESORYF xx" 14 RED/VIO 6 231-14 GRY >|3
505-10 RED >|; REF SHEET 3
ENGINE т TY 572-14 ORN/BLK > |5
JUMPER 903-14 RED Pe
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TRIM TABSY 20 MAIN т 529-16 WHT /BLU —b| 1
SPOTLIGHT — Tors 530-16 WHT/BLU >|>
NAVIGATION TG CaP 4 PLUG 9 WINDLASS 531-16 RED >|] AEFDNO
O RED/ VIO CONTROL -
12 VOLT 1 Е I 3 528-16 RED/VIO >|
- WL 1 2
RECEPTACLE [15 14 RED/VIO 2 ;
14 RED/VIO E LAMPS PLUG 40
|
PORT WIPER [7 1 u REO/VIO 11€ == } — mr
5/5 К AH 16 BLU 16 GRAY]
STBD WIPER 7 > — 14 RED/ VIO 6 TT
7 < [Es me
H т 260-16 ORN 1
WINDSTHELD 15 14 RED/VIO 815 1 261-16 RED/VI |2
ar 262-16 ORN/RE 3
CONTROL 50 MAIN RUNNING 264-16 ip 4
265-16 5 Al
8 RED/VIO He NAVIGATION 266-16 ORN/WHT 6 EF SHEET 3
” 266V-16 BLUE 7
ANCHOR —_————— 267-16 BLK 18
267V-16 GREEN la
SPOTLIGHT 7 PLUG 45
"Entrar 511-12 ВЕО 1 PORT WIPER
- - 507-12 GRN 2 | а ELM MAIN
509-12 YEL 3 6 5 4 GROUND BUSS
508-12 BLU 4 REF SHEET 3 Us
4 505-10 RED/VI 5
6
HELM MAIN
PLUG 27 GROUND BUSS
STBO WIPER
3 ; 14 BLK
6, ST 14 RED/VIO
J
WINDSHIELD
De SHER
PRINT 409-601, 2 of 3, REVISION #03
460 Sundancer Sar Rpg. 12.33
DC Cabin Wiring Schematic (1 of 2
REF DWG 09-601
101-8 RED/VIO О
CABIN MAIN
AMMETER
(-) ZN
iO RED —————— 1 25>— 10 BLU 634 ——
(+) FWD LIGHTING | 2°
ZN T0
AFT LIGHTING Fap*— !0 BLU 635 — M.D.P. AA
TERM. STRIP CABIN STEREO
KPIT LN REF DWG 09-603
НТО TK25>—osu 636 —— J SHEET 2
10 RED STEREO 55 >— 14 RED 5017 16 BRN-335 1
FRESH WATER K15> 14 YEL-409 2
PUMP #] A | 16 RED-547 3
PUMP =2 TER FS | 16 WHT-550 4 SEE?
16 RED 16 GRN-55I 5
BATTERY
VOLTAGE GUEST HEAD SYSTEM Inv 14 RED/VIO-590 6
STBD PORT
IO RED ZN
| | SOFA CONTROLLER [¥25%—10 RED
(=) PD de
VOLTMETER
14 YEL
POWER VENTS он YEL
14 YEL
REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER (15)
ACCESSORY 5%
ZN
MASTER HEAD SYSTEM Hg =
16 RED-555 —<l
16 BLK 16 BLK-556 —<|2
16 WHT-557 —<|3
16 GRN-558 —<|4
417 — CAP 13
14 YEL -417 <|5 AE
14 YEL-414 ——<|6
DISCHARGE PUMP K15 >— 14 RED/VIO — $——— 6 BRN-37 —[7
16 RED ——- IO RED-5055—X|8
+<|s
WATER LEVEL
— FULL 14 ORN-541 1
Y, 16 GRN-542 2
Ya 16 BLU-544 4 SHEET2
ЕМРТУ I6 BLK 14 RED/VIO-581 5
14 RED/VIO-578 6
14 ORN-501 7
A
DISCHARGE | 14 BRN/WHT-517 8
16 RED
14 BRN/WHT-519 9
FULL —————————— 16 GRN 16 GRN-505 10
19H 6 WHT 16 WHT-506 11
EMPTY +——— 6 YEL 16 YEL-507 12
POWER-+4——— — —— 6 BLK 16 BLK-508 13
WASTE LEVEL 16 BRN-317 14
15
> 16 BLK-40IM 1
BLOWERS = 3 16 WHT400M 2
LS 16 RED-402M 3 REFER.
16 BLK-535 4 99-60
GENERATOR a 16 WHT-534 5
> 16 RED-536 6
uu RED/VIO-218LN — 1
| 14 RED/ VIO-218LNA >13 REFUGIO 09-601
_ >
STBD IGNITION | 14 RED/VIO-225LNA id 4
———— 16 RED TT
PRINT 409-603, 1 of 2, REVISION #0
12.34 Saaye E. 460 Sundancer
DC Cabin Wiring Schematic (2 of 2
SALON INDIRECT LIGHT SWITCH
*+—————|6 8LU/WHT-688 — — SALON INDIRECT LIGHTS
SALON LIGHT SWITCH
16 BLU/WHT-680
10 BLU-6070 16 BLU/WHT-68l ——— »>———— SALON LIGHTS
14 BLU-654 MID STATEROOM H/L LIGHT
——————7 - MSTR FWD STATEROOM LIGHTS
———— MID STATEROOM LIGHTS
— GALLEY LIGHTS
FWD LIGHTING—634-10 BLUE | 10 BLU-650 ———
C > 10 BLU-600 ———
AFT LIGHTING —635-10 BLUE 3 Le _ eiLoE LICHTS
BILCEROCPT (0 auc == o sru-6090
75057 ( - COCKPIT BLUE COCKPIT
10 BLU-6082 LIGHTS LIGHTS
MODULE
CONTROL STATION BLACK WHITE /BLUE
(SPST-MOM)
. COCKPIT
LIGHTS
SWITCHES
STBD CABIN HARNESS CAP 32 PLUG 32
MID HEAD
1 335 — 16 ВВМ < 1 |<|-- 605 — 14 BLU LICHTS
2 409——14 YEL 2|<+—a17 — 14 YEL
REF 3 547 — 16 RED 3|<—— 555 — 16 RED FULL
SHEET 1 4 550 —IG6 WHT — | —1<|4 | &1—556 — 16 BLK 3 SumP b POWER Re 00 NOT
5 551 ——l6 GRN | 5|<+ 552 — 16 WHT LUSH
6 590— 0 BLU 6 | «558 — 16 GRN
71 4— 317 — 16 BRN —— HEAD
-O BLK——— 55646 BLK——— ——— VENT
vor Ÿ 591 419-144 BLK ————<|s|<+— 419 — 14 BLK 1.54
§ — 59910 BLK 4606-14 BLK [<|9 |<] 606 — 14 BLK Xx 410-16 YEL
TO SOFA
CONTROL@ 598-10 RED MDP
BREAKER
MID S/R 601-14 BLU
CONTROL ROUTE TO O Ha ca
MODULE GALLEY POWER VENT 4 CAS
rd 1 1
sae"
CONTROL f— CALLEY
MODULE | PART OF GALLEY HARNESS
PORT CABIN HARNESS DEEE EEE eel
PLUG 13 CAP 28 PLUG 28
— MASTER STATEROOM HEAD
1 |€d— 555 — 14 RD] < 1 | G—600 — 14 BLU ет
2 | €4— 556 — 14 BLK | 2 |<7—409— 14 YEL “ола
31 557 — 14 WHT — | <|3|<4—555 — 16 RED FULL
REF 4 | <A— 558— 14 GRN 41 556 — 16 BLK 3 Sump POWER жи DO NOT 418
SHEET I oll nos ja ve | | 5d —557 — 16 WHT LU 16 YEL |
71€} 317 — 14 BRN 714317 — 16 BRN — VENT
8|<+— 5055— 10 RED моР с 410-149 BLK —KJ8| 41 — 14 BLK -
alt MDP 601-14 BLK — [<|9 Jeo — 14 BLK —x xx. ~~
a L— 621-16 BLU — =
MDP + 5056-10 BLK HEAD
LIGHT SWITCH
REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER
BILGE HARNESS
CAP 14
1 |>+— 541 — 16 ORN
2 |>1+—542 — 16 GRN
3 |>+— 543 — 16 YEL
4 |>+—544 — 16 BLU
5 |>-—58l — 10 RED + 215716 BLK
6 |>+—578 — 19 RED MAIN DC GND BUSS
REF 7 |{>1— 501 — 14 ORN ©).
SHEET 1 8 |>—517 — 12 BRN/WHT 502-14 BLK alo
9 |>—519 —i2 BRN/WHT DISCHARGE MAIN DC GND BUSS
"19|>+— 522 — 16 GRN
*11 )>4— 523 — 16 WHT 518-14 BL FRESH
*12|>1—524 — 16 YEL FRESH MAIN DC GND BUSS TANK
*131>—525 — 16 BLK WATER PUMP |
14|>4— 317 — i6 BRN
15 > EG) 520-14 BLK +,
MAIN DC GND BUSS
BLK FRESH 583-12 BLK
cs WATER PUMP 2 580-12 BLK
YEL > Nu Lo” +
Y GUEST HEAD MASTER HE
FWD SUMP PUMP AD
VACUUM VACUUM MAIN DC
REF DWG 09-601 MAN Des GENERATOR GENERATOR | GND BUSS
PORT
HOLDING
TANK
* DUE TO SIMLARITIES IN PANELS
» BRECIFIC WIRE NUMBERS WILL NOT MATCH
PANEL SCHEMAT
PRINT #09-603, 2 of 2, REVISION #0
460 Sundancer Sen Rage E
12.35
Main DC Breaker Panel Wiring Schematic
LABEL
CABIN MAIN
REF DWG 99-603
104-8 RED/VIO (JO) TERMINAL
STUDS
76
PORT CAP 38
218LN-14 RED/ VIO
1
BUSS BAR 225LN-14 RED/VIO 2
ABLEMASTER 9006-14 RED 4
LABEL 5008-14 RED/VIO 5
ACCESSORY
BATTERY
SWITCH
BUSS BAR
LABEL
PORT LINE
| 6— BLOWER #1
/2 SOLENOID
BATTERY REF 09-614
pont SWITCH S REF DWG 09-614
BATTERY
SWITCH CAP 25
REF 09-601 529-16 WHT /BLU 1
a TBD, 530-16 WHT/BLU 2
SWITC 531-16 RED 3
REF 09- 528-16 RED/VIO 4
120-8 RED, VIO—{ JQ) %e
BUSS BAR TERMINAL
STUDS
CTRONICS CONTROL STATION
LABEL Е -
STBD LOAD REF DWG 09-601
BATTERY ACCESSORY
SWITCH 184-8 RED/VIQ—JO) Ye
TERMINAL
STUDS
BUSS BAR
5>-SYSTEMS MONITOR
6 RED LABEL
SUMP PUMP ELECTRONICS
LABEL .
/, (AFT PUMP
BATTERY 6 OWER *2
SWITCH
MAIN DC BREAKER PANEL
REF DWG 09-950
>+— 316-14 BRN/ORN
3 ~|>1—300-14 BRN/RED
>+— 313-14 BRN/RED
> &|>+—305-14 BRN/YEL
o
>i—521-14 ORN
SI 404-14 YEL
—|>+— 9500-14 YEL
NI>+— 510-14 YEL
CAP 17
w|>1— 328-16 RED
5 |>1— 308-14 BRN/RED
| >+— 309-14 BRN/RED
D|> + 483-14 YEL
=| >-— 341-14 BRN/ORN
SID 338-14 BRN/YEL
& o|>+—301-14 BRN/RED
D
mo
S о
D
* FOR VOLVO ELECTRONICS CONTROLS, USE 15 AMP BREAKER
PRINT 409-604, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
12.36 Say EZ. 460 Sundancer
Cablemaster Remote Wiring Schematic (Option)
+12VDC CABLEMASTER —% 5 >— ——+
REMOTE BREAKER
(REF DWG 09-604)
RADIO CONTROL RECEIVER
.250"
QUICK BLK CHANNEL CHANNEL CHANNEL OUT CHANNEL
CONNECT 2SIGNAL ¡SIGNAL 3SIGNAL 12vDC % SIGNAL
— = YELLOW RED TAN/RED WHI/BRN PURPLE
|
рр!
PRINT #09-605, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
460 Sundancer
OUT
LIMIT
SWITCH
IN ORN
+12VDC
o *— QUT WHT
| I2VDC
MOTOR
l2VDC 240VAC
RELAY BOX CABLEMASTER
GND
PORT CABLEMASTER BREAKER
REF DWG 09-604
12.37
SYSTEMS MONITOR MODULE
GROUND
SIGNAL
+RVDC
GENERATOR IGNITION
GENERATOR ON.
EMERGENCY BILGE PUMP
FWO BILGE PUMP
AFT BILGE PUMP
NOT USED
EMERGENCY PUMP FwD
NOT USED
GROUND
NOT USED
+12vDC
PORT IGNITION
PORT OL
PORT WATER
PORT TRANSMISSION
STBD 1GNITION
STBD OL
STBD WATER
STBD TRANSMISSION
L
A
>
A A A A AA
12.38
A
PRINT #09-606, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
Systems Monitor Schematic
Т
ттт
321 - 16 TAN/ YELLOW ——
325 - 16 TAN/ YELLOW —
El Mi
329 - 16 BLACK 329 - 16 BLACK A €
330 - 16 WHITE 330 - 16 WHITE B | €
331 - 16 RED 331 - 16 RED c | «€
562 - 6 VIOLET: — \
563 - 1c BLACK/WHITE —
339 - 16 BROWN ——-
38 - 16 BROWN —
303 - 16 BROWN —
34 - 16 BROWN
FROM BILGE
HARNESS
REFERENCE
09-802
306 - 16 BROWN — J
327 - 16 BLACK ——
UNUSED
328 - 16 RED
319 - 16 VIOLET __
320 - 6 BLUE —
322 - 16 WHITE —
323 - № VIOLEY —
324 - 16 BLUE ——
FROM HARN
REFER NG 09-8 >>
FROM ENGINE HARNESS
> REFERENCE 09-89
326 - 16 WHITE
7
UPPER CONTROL STATION
На MONITOR
REFERENCE 14-802
460 Sundancer
Bow Thruster Schematic (Option)
NOTES: .
1 ENSURE TOTAL POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE CABLE LENGTHS
FROM BATTERY TO MOTOR ARE NO LONGER THAN 65 FEET.
2) THE CABLE LENGTH FROM THE BATTERY TO FUSE MUST
BE NO MORE THAN 72" IN LENGTH AND BE CONTAINED IN A
SHEATH THROUGHOUT IT’S ENTIRE LENGTH.
3) THE CABLE LENGTH FROM THE CONVERTER TO THE FUSE
MUST BE NO MORE THAN 40" IN LENGTH AND CONTAINED
IN A SHEATH THROUGHOUT IT’S ENTIRE LENGTH.
IVYY
2 3 4
| | BOW THRUSTER
BATTERY SOLENOID BO ere
Pe |
| 4/0 RED— 2 |
4/0 BLK | 313
ТЕ > |4 !
7 216 BLK+>|5 |
4/0 RED T>|6 nl
в GRN—GROUNDING BUSS 250 NOTE 3
NOTE 2 JUMPERS
| BLK—
ager TH can fw cp
4/0 BLK 10 BLK —— CRN—
CONNECTION BOL T-MOTOR A £ ORD A A
TO MOTOR BASE FLANGE +
12VDC 12VDC
PRINT #09-608, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
"O A
460 Sundancer Sar Rage E 12.39
Extinguisher / Blower Schematic
Pi
4 POSITION
NOTE: REF DWG 09-110 MDP COMPONENT BOARD O]
” REF DWG 09-893
> [| ENGINE HARNESS
>
© HALON CYLINDER MODEL ESRS-MARK v D
PRESSURE SWITCH
SWITCH
14- PURPLE—
14- PURPLE——
DUAL BLOWER
CONTROLLER
Made in the U.S.A.
l4- PURPLE ———
14-PURPLE———
SE
A-FIRE - -
BALTIMORE MD 00-00370-000
ENGINE INTERRUPT/
RESTART SYSTEM
AEE
CONTACT RATINGS
204/104 INO/NO)
® sv DO NOT INSTALL IN BILGE AREA ®
TO SWITCHES
TO INO LIGHTS
REF DWG 09-601
CAP 48
2 POSITION
16-WHT- 2
16-RE ]
REF DWG 09-601
CAP 30 2 POSITION
9 POSITION 2 отн
DWG 09-601 REF DWG 09-60
PRINT #09-610, 1 of 1, REVISION #1
12.40 Say EZ. 460 Sundancer
TV & Stereo Antenna System
BOAT TV ANTENNA BOAT STEREO ANTENNA
O
5000 V
SHORE INLET
5026
, STBD
COUPLER
OUT | 8 Г SOLER
SWITCH COR
оо 5 COUPLER ACCESS
PORT
SPOILER
CESS
5016
SÁ TER
7
IN CONTROL Ш
N 005 GAIN CO 5026
N Lv N COCKPIT
SPLITTER —
OUT
5003
o
5020 5025
SALON
TV/VCR COMBO
MASTER MID
STATEROOM
STATEROOM TV/VCR COMBO
PRINT #09-612, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
460 Sundancer Say TZ. 12.41
Windlass Wiring Diagram
BATTERY
STBD
BATTERY SWITCH
4/0 BLK 4/0 RED LINE LOAD
= oo
MAIN DC ==
GROUND BUSS
WINDLASS
INDLAS MOUNTING BOLT
EE —
UND BU MAIN DC 4 GRN
CONTROL STATION BREAKER PANEL =
SWITCH PANEL REF 29-950 STBD ENGINE
REF 09-601 GRÖUND TERMINAL
& CAP 40
WINDLASS
MAIN IS
2
WINDLASS 3
CONTROL 4 PP WINDLASS
mo LATCHING
| SOLENOID
El a
uw a
и оо a uJ
[aN] a =
PLUG & CAP 5 с =
MAIN DC
| GROUND BUSS
BILGE HARNESS
REF DWG 89-802 6 RED/VIO
529-16 WHT /BLU 1|>1529-16 WHT/BLU 2 RED
530-16 WHT/BLU 2 |>+530-I6 WHT/BLU
53-16 REO —————— >| 3 |>1531-16 RED
528-16 RED/VIO 4 |>1528-16 RED/VIO
PLUG 4 CAP 25
REF DWG 09-604 CONTROL BOX >
MAIN DC BRKR PNL
566-16 BLUE 14 BLK
567-16 GREEN
PRINT #09-614, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
Sea Rage ŒE 460 Sundancer
12.42
Westerbeke® Diesel Generator
High Voltage Wiring
IISV SOHZ 230V 50HZ 120V 60HZ 120/240V 60HZ IISV 5OHZ 230V SOHZ 120V 60HZ 120/240V 60HZ
N
E
q O6
AS
O4
02
LI
|
Le
fae}
|
WHEN WIRING 120V/60HZ,A JUMPER WHEN WIRING 120V/60HZ,A JUMPER
IS REQUIRED BETWEEN LOAD CONNECTIONS IS REQUIRED BETWEEN LOAD CONNECTIONS
+
120/240V 60HZ 120V 60HZ 230V 50HZ 15V SOHZ
WHEN WIRING [20V/60HZ,A JUMPER
IS REQUIRED BETWEEN LOAD CONNECTIONS
PRINT #09-618, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
460 Sundancer Sa py. 12.43
Sofa Control Schematic
e
UP
DPDT
(MOM)
DOWN
©)
©)
|
Made In the U.S.A.___00-00376-000
DUAL SOFA
CONTROLLER
MODEL 400
©
N
2595797 ua |
| ФО) ФФ) wavem )
IO GAUGE YELLOW
FWD
DPDT
(MOM)
BACK
e
©
2K 470 K
OHM OHM
/
IK
OHM
ud
PRINT #09-620, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
12.44
10 GAUGE YELLOW
5 MOTOR RECLINE MOTOR
©
10 GAUGE WHITE |
IO GAUGE WHITE
+12 VOLTS IO GAUGE RED/VIOLET 77 XN
25
IO GAUGE BLACK
=
Sea Ra eZ 460 Sundancer
AC Wiring Schematic (240 Volt/60 Cycle)
SHORE POWER PLUG
(Standard)
240VAC/50A BOAT CABLE TO MAIN DC GROUND
[46 — 6/4 BUSS BAR
N FT NOTES: b DENOTES SLIDE SHUTTLE, ONLY ONE SOURCE
| L 2 | E GALVANIC CAN BE ENERGIZED AT A TIM
«4-11 БОГАТОЕ 2) ALL EQUIPMENT SAFETY GROLNOS RETURN
Ls HG THE GROUNDING BUSS BAR
GENERATOR ВАМ BOAT CABLE 8 GRN 8 GRN 3) al COVAC EQUIPMENT NEUTRALS RETURN TO
/4
Mg) 8 KW +6 N 4) DUE TO THE SIMILARITIES IN THE PANELS WITH
| 240 vac TN OTHER BOATS THE PLANT WILL NEED TO REMOVE
( 60HZ T1 AC GROUNDING BUSS | THE BREAKER SUPPLIED FOR THE GUEST AR
|
1
8 GRN
RÉ ERSED POLARITY \
XxX ан MDP GROUNDING STUD
| SHORE UT
NOTE | y
PANEL MAIN renee LAR
GENERATOR | soa)-) bo
16 BLK
16 RED
VOLTS
8 WHT
MDP
IZOVAC LOAD
240VAC LOAD
8 BLK —‘20— GALLEY SYSTEMS —HI4/3
-—20— PORT SYSTEMS ——14/3 | ppovac
+—20—AC CONVERTER —— 473 |NEUTRAL
A IA — e
| ACCESSORY — 14/3
STOVE
8 RED 20>—STBD SYSTEMS 14/3
WATER HEATER “20>—BILGE/COCKPIT 14/3
£15 >—MICROWAVE ———— 14/3
12/ AIR
7 REFRIGERATOR/
15 > FREEZER 14/3
20>—WASHER/ORYER 14/3
PRINT #09-631, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
460 Sundancer 12.45
AG Wiring Schematic (120 Volt/60 Cycle
(Option)
120v/50A 120v/ 304A
LINE 1 LINE 2
POWER INLET os POWER INLET
NOTES:
MAIN BREAKER JUMPER WIRE SIZES | GENERATOR
LINE -* LOAD-*
2. DENOTES SLIDE SHUTTLE ONLY ONE SOURCE
CAN BE ENERGIZED AT ONE TIME
BREAKERS —
¡SOLVANIC
6 AWG 3 COND.
3. ALL EQUIPMENT SAFETY GROUNDS RETURN TO > AWG 3 CONE в aus 4 COND. oe 3 CONO.
4. ALL IZOVAC EQUIPMENT NEUTRALS RETURN BOAT CABLE BOAT CABLE
TO NEUTRAL BUSS BAR | |
5. DUE TO THE SIMILARITIES IN PANELS BLACK GREEN
WITH OTHER BOATS THE PLANT WILL GREEN |
NEED TO REMOVE THE BREAKER BLACK | WHITE
SUPPLIED FOR THE___ MOP WHITE || 7) 1
GUEST AC [ ZZ — WHITE === —
power | x | Жо |
BLACK
REVERSED ™ — — — 1. REVERSED|
POLARITY L ¥ = NÉ 1 POLARITY |
77 | 8 AWG GREEN
VANA |
NOTE 2 _ e ZZ | Jumez NU |
GEN SHORE No) ) a) MOP GROUNDING
BREAKER | 59 AMP 58 AM | 50 А P, 30 55) | STUD |
LOAD | 8 AWG GREEN
T ee,
16AWG BLACK 16AWG WHITE san
VOLTS IGAWG WHITE — — — 16AWG une {CD} |
8 AWG BLACK
| 8 AWG WHITE 8 AWG BLACK
1
8 AWG BLACK Г lo
14/3 ———— GALLEY SYSTEMS <20 4 ul | 20 STBD SYSTEMS ———14/3 |
14/3 ———— PORT SYSTEMS <20 | | $20 BILGE/COCKPIT———14/3 | AC
| | \ | GROUNDING
BUS
14/3 ———— REFRIGERATOR/ 715 y 15 > WATER HEATER ———14/3 |
FREEZER | |
14/3 ———— MICROWAVE <15 4 | | +30 STOVE 12/3 |
| | | o 8 AWG GREEN
AIR CONDITIONER 77] FWD AR —
14/3 PUMP RELAY | NEUTRAL NEUTRAL | — 15 CONDITIONER 2/3 |
ENE N
3 SALON AR | Cine 2 LTE GUEST AR 1273 |
12/3————— ConDITIONER * 30% | | 5 * CONDITIONER | GROUND
BUSS
14/3 AC CONVERTER < 20 Y £20 - WASHER/DRYER 14/3 |
14/3————— BOW THRUSTER <10 > | | | XX ACCESSORY mom |
CONVERTOR |
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PRINT #09-632, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
12.46 Sea Rage E 460 Sundancer
AC Wiring Schematic (220 Volt/50 Cycle
(International Option)
2200320 220V/16A
NOTES: 1 LINE 2
: o POWER INLET DS POWER INLET
L.MAIN BREAKER JUMPER WIRE SIZES | GENERATOR,
LINE-*8 LOAD-*10 1
2. DENOTES SLIDE SHUTTLE, ONLY ONE SOURCE
CAN BE ENERGIZED AT ONE TIME MAN GAL VANIC
3. ALL EQUIPMENT SAFETY, GROUNDS RETURN TO 8 AWG 3 COND. + gremeRs — °° ISOLATORS
THE GROUNDING BUSS BOAT CABLE ]
4, ALL I20VAC EQUIPMENT NEUTRALS RETURN 12646 3 COND.
TO NEUTRAL BUSS BAR BANG 3 COND. opt ge E
5. DUE TO SIMILARITIES IN PANELS WITH OTHER | | GREEN
BOATS THE PLANT WILL NEED TO REMOVE THE BLACK BLACK GREEN WHITE
BREAKER SUPPLIED FOR THE GUEST AC WHITE 1 |
I ire TT TTT TT TT оо — о
L | HE, POWER |
BLACK
REVERSED ™ д — — 1... REVERSEO|
POLARITY L Ÿ __ 7 —— Ad E POLARITY |
7 7 | 8 AWG GREEN
77 |
Его НА, E 71 eve NO |
| LINE y LINE | a |
MAIN Ci ) E E» MDP GROUNDING
BREAKER | 35 АМР > AMP 20 A | STUD |
LOAD | LOAD | 8 AWG GREEN
N Ah + SA
VOL TS 16AWG BLACK 16AWG WHITE |
L ISAWG WHITE ———— 16AWG BLACK — VOLTS |
TON о
10 AWG BLACK
| 19 AWG WHITE 19 AWG BLACK
: 10 AWG WHITE In
AMPS
19 AWG BLACK AMPS LO
| I” 7 10 AWG BLACK
14/3 ———— GALLEY SYSTEMS 10 > 10 STBO SYSTEMS ———— 4/3
14/3 ——— PORT SYSTEMS #10 4 | | BILGE/COCKPIT———— 4/3 AC
GROUNDING
BUSS
14/3 REFRIGERA TOR/ < 10 y | | о WATER HEATER 14/3 |
FREEZER | |
14/3 ——— MICROWAVE 0 Y | | 20 STOVE ———————12/3
о 8 AWG GREEN
AIR CONDITIONER 2 | | LL FID AR вый
14/3 PUMP RELAY | NEUTRAL NEUTRAL | a “CONDITIONER 12/3 |
CNEL SRS
SALON AIR ON 177 GUEST AIR |
12/3 —— — CoOnoITIONER * 20% | | = 10 CONDITIONER 1273 | MAIN DC
BUSS
14/3———— AC CONVERTER 10 Y L210 WASHER/DRYER 14/3 |
14/3 —— BOW THRUSTER <5 М] | | XX ACCESSORY |
CONVERTOR |
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PRINT #09-633, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
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460 Sundancer Sa EZ: 12.47
®
Stove Top Switch Wiring Diagram
STOVE TOP REMOTE MICRO SWITCH N/C
NOTES:
I) RELAYS SHOWN IN DEENERGIZED POSITION, SWITCH SHOWN WITH N/ Ve
STOVE COVER IN PLACE.
—© ©——12 BLK 7 — 12 BLK
STOVE BREAKER 2 BL | © a
REF DWG 09-631 ‘ев!
—© ©——12 RED : o 12 ВЕ0 — — — ——| STOVE 240VAC
‚ В Hi |
O
"An ) |
' — '
GROUNDING BUSS 12 GRN
STANDARD 240VAC/60HZ
STOVE TOP REMOTE MICRO SWITCH N/C
NE,
Ф
N ‘т — 5!
STOVE BREAKER — © O—— 12 BLK — © ©— 12 BLK
REF DWG 09-633
NEUTRAL BUSS 12 WHT orm | IZ WT —— — STOVE 220VAC
| 185 DD +
4 nooo !
GROUNDING BUSS 12 GRN
STANDARD 220VAC/50HZ
PRINT #09-635, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
12.48 Say ZE 460 Sundancer
Interconnect Diagram
PORT DECK HARNESS C73 SPOILER HARNESS
COCKPIT SEATBASE HARNESS ————len|
STEREO
AMP
STBD
CONTROL STATION LOOSE HAN
СЗ!
РЗ
Р2
PI | Cl
PS || CS
4011C4
TRIM TAB
SWITCH PANEL
BREAKERL 1?8) LC8
PANEL PS
7
EXTINGUISHER OVERIDE
A.S.M.
MOP ACCESORY
BOARD
HALON
MODULE
MASTER FWD HEAD
MAIN DC
BREAKER PANEL
MID STATEROOM HEAD 2)
W/G R
REMOTE GAUGES
SYSTEMS
MONITOR
MODULE
PORT
ENGINE
PRINT #09-800, 1 of 1, REVISION #0
460 Sundancer Say E. 12.49
International Homologations
This vessel and its systems have been constructed in accordance with standards and specifications in effect at
the time of manufacture as published by the various regulatory authorities listed below.
1. Ministere De La Mer - France
2. Registro Italiano Navale - Italy
3. Det Norske Veritas - Norway
4. Securite des Nauires - Canada
5. J.C.I. (Japan Craft Inspection) - Japan
6. N.K.K. (Nippon Kaiji Kyokai) - Japan
7. B.S.1. (British Standards Institute) - England
8. Ministerio Obras Publicas Y Transporters - Spain
9. EC Directive - European Community
Further information may be obtained from Sea Ray? Customer Service: 1-800-SRBOATS.
12.50 Saya E. 460 Sundancer
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