Suzuki Engine Interface Sensor - Browns Point Marine Service, LLC

Suzuki Engine Interface Sensor - Browns Point Marine Service, LLC
988-0154-30C
Suzuki Engine
Interface Sensor
Installation Instructions
This instruction sheet tells how to install your Suzuki Engine Interface
and connect it to a NMEA 2000® network using SMIS (Suzuki Modular
Instrument System) network components. You must refer to your
digital gauge, sonar or GPS unit's manual for sensor operation
instructions.
CAUTION
Installing SMIS network devices is significantly
different from installing components without NMEA
2000 features. Read all of the installation instructions
before proceeding. You should decide where to install
all components before drilling any holes.
All Suzuki NMEA 2000-capable devices are either NMEA 2000certified or certification is pending. See our web site for the latest
product status information.
The Suzuki Engine Interface module.
1
This sensor consists of a smart module, black cable connector, Engine
Interface connector and Engine Trim connector. The sensor converts
engine information into a format compatible with the NMEA 2000 data
format.
The Engine Interface is designed only for use with a NMEA 2000
Network. It MUST be connected to a NMEA 2000 network or it WILL
NOT function.
Tools and Supplies
A T connector is the only electronic component needed to attach it to an
existing NMEA 2000 network.
The photo above includes a 2 foot extension cable, T connector, 120ohm male terminator and 120-ohm female terminator.
NOTE: All connectors used to add an engine interface to a NMEA 2000
network will be black Devicenet connectors as shown above.
For complete instructions on setting up a new NMEA 2000 network or
expanding an existing one, see the NMEA 2000 Network Installation
Instructions packed with your Suzuki Engine Interface.
Installation
Install one Engine Interface sensor per engine in all applications. On
the DF300, you must use the Interface Adapter Harness to connect
your interface into the instrument network connection at the main
station harness (main helm location).
CAUTION
When installing this sensor, make sure its cable will not
come in contact with any moving parts or parts of the
engine that will get hot. Make sure there is enough
slack in the cable to allow the engine to freely move up,
down and side to side.
2
Network
connection
Interface
connection
DF300 Single Interface adapter harness
with network power connection
Interface connection to instrument
network through adapter harness
The DF300 interface adapter harness is available in single, dual and
triple configurations. When connecting the Suzuki engine interface on
the DF300 it is not necessary to use the 2 pin trim connection. There is
a Black and Grey wire included on the interface adapter harness for
instrument network power connection via the instrument power cable.
On DF40 through DF250 models refer to your engine operation manual
to remove the engine cover. After the cover has been removed, pass the
Engine Interface connector and Trim connector through a wiring
opening. in the back of the boat.
Trim connector (left) Engine Interface connector (right).
Connect the Engine Interface connector to the interface connector on
the engine. Apply even pressure to the connector until it snaps into
place. Next, attach the Trim connector to the trim connector on the
engine. Apply even pressure to the connector until it snaps into place.
3
For more detailed instructions, contact your Suzuki Marine dealer.
Route the sensor black connector to the desired T connector on the
network backbone and plug it in. The sensor is ready to use.
Connecting to a NMEA 2000 Network
A network bus is an installed and operational network cable (backbone)
running the length of your boat, connected to a power supply and
properly terminated. Like your home’s telephone wiring with phones in
different rooms connected to the same communications line, a network
bus is the communications line into which NEMA 2000 sensors, devices
and display units are attached at various locations in a boat.
Network Nodes
A network bus is built of network nodes attached to a backbone. A
network node is made by inserting a T-shaped connector into the
backbone (using the side sockets) and attaching a display unit or sensor
to the bottom socket of the T.
The T connectors are similar to telephone jacks. The backbone is similar
to a phone line running through the boat. As phones must be connected
to each other to communicate, only sensors and display units plugged
into the NMEA network can share information.
Connections found in the middle of the bus will have one or more of these
T-shaped connectors with the backbone cables plugged into both sides.
Connections at the end of a network will have the backbone plugged into
one side, and a terminator plugged into the other, as shown below.
SMIS device needs
an open T.
Cable from
sensor or
display unit
T connector
Terminator at
the very end
of the bus
Backbone cable
(to rest of bus)
NMEA 2000 network node located at the end of a NMEA 2000 bus.
Adding a Network Node
You can add a node anywhere along the network backbone where a
connection already exists. This connection could be at the end of the
network (between a T connector and a terminator), between two T
connectors, between a T connector and a backbone extension cable, or
between two extension cables.
4
SMIS device connects to new
T connector.
Add T-shaped connector
to add device to bus.
Attach
terminator at
end of bus.
Existing network
node
Add a new device to a NMEA 2000 bus by attaching a T connector
between two T connectors, between a T connector and the end
terminator, or between two backbone extension cables.
Wherever you want to add the new node, simply separate the sockets of
the old connection and attach your new T connector between them.
If you want to add a node at the end of the line (as shown in the previous
figure), remove the terminator from the very last connector, securely
attach the new T connector, and then attach the terminator on the new
connector. Either method will allow you to add a device.
NOTE: During the next sections of these instructions it will be necessary
to go to the “System Setup” screen. There is now a shortcut to take you
directly to the System Setup screen by hitting the Menu button twice.
Suzuki Engine Interface Configuration
You can have up to three Suzuki Engine Interface's installed on your
vessel, one for each engine the SMIS 4” gauge supports. In a three
engine-tank configuration, the interfaces will be listed as Port Engine,
Center Engine and Stbd Engine. If the engine interface is
unconfigured, it will be listed as Uncfg Eng Int. When accessing an
Engine Interface, its menu will appear with the following options:
Change Engine (for two or more engines only), Fuel Warning, Unset
Engine, Reset Values, Reset Fuel Calibration and Reset Trim
Calibration.
5
To configure a Suzuki Engine Interface:
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and
press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. The Bus Devices list will
appear.
3. Select UNCFG ENG INT and press ENTER. The following message will
appear: Press Enter to Configure Eng Intrfc.
4. Press ENTER. and you will be asked to enter the year model of the
engine, then the following list of Suzuki engine models will appear:
DF40, DF50, DF60, DF70, DF80, DF90, DF100, DF115, DF140, DF150,
DF175, DF200/225, DF250 and DF300.
5. Select your engine model from the list and press ENTER. The Select
Engine menu will appear with up to three options (Port, Center and
Starboard), depending on your engine-tank configuration. (If you chose
a single engine configuration during Boat Setup, you will be taken back
to the main display.)
6. Highlight the engine (Port, Center or Starboard) connected to your
engine interface and press ENTER. Press EXIT repeatedly to return to
the main display.
To unconfigure an Suzuki Engine Interface (Unset Engine):
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and
press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER to open the Bus Devices list.
3. Select the desired engine interface and press ENTER. The Engine
Interface menu will appear. Select UNSET ENGINE and press ENTER. The
following message will appear: Press Enter to UnConfig Device Name.
4. Press ENTER and you will be directed back to the Bus Devices list.,
where the engine interface you unconfigured will be shown as UnCfg
Eng Int.
Reconfiguring Suzuki engine interface (multiple engines only):
The Change Engine command is used to switch the current
configuration of a Suzuki Engine Interface with the configuration from
a different engine. Change Engine, however, will only appear on your
gauge's menu if you are using an engine-tank configuration for two or
more engines. If all engine interfaces on your vessel are configured, you
will have to unconfigure an engine interface to free up its configuration
name (Port, Center, Starboard).
6
To reconfigure an engine interface (Change Engine):
The steps below show how to switch the configuration name of an
engine interface from the Port engine to the Starboard engine.
If all three engine interfaces are configured, leaving no name
configuration available, follow the first set of instructions below. If the
desired configuration name is available, follow the second set of
instructions below.
All engine interfaces configured (Configuration name unavailable):
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and
press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. The Bus Devices list will
appear.
3. Select PORT ENGINE and press ENTER. Highlight UNSET ENGINE and press
ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to UnConfig
Device Name.
4. Press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Bus Devices list, where
the engine interface will now be displayed as UnCfg Eng Int.
5. Select Starboard Engine and press ENTER.
6. Highlight CHANGE ENGINE and press ENTER. The Select Engine menu
will appear with up to three options (Port, Center and Starboard).
7. Select PORT and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Bus
Devices list.
8. Highlight UnCfg Eng Int and press ENTER. The following message
will appear: Press Enter to Configure Eng Intrfc.
9. Press ENTER, which will ask for engine year model and then you
select the model of Suzuki engine on your vessel and press ENTER. The
Select Engine menu will appear with up to three options (Port Center
and Starboard).
10. Choose Starboard and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the
Bus Devices list where the engine interfaces will be shown with their
new configuration names.
If desired configuration name available:
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and
press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. The Bus Devices list will
appear.
3. Select the engine interface you want to reconfigure and press ENTER.
Highlight CHANGE ENGINE and press ENTER. The Select Engine menu will
appear with up to three options (Port, Center or Starboard).
7
4. Choose the desired configuration name and press ENTER. You will be
taken back to the Bus Devices list, where the engine interface you
reconfigured will be displayed with its new configuration name.
Fuel Warning (Fuel Wrng)
Fuel Warning allows you to set a Low level or High level alarm for each
Suzuki Engine Interface on the network. A pop-up window will appear
if the fuel rises above or falls below a threshold of your choosing.
To set a fuel warning:
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and
press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER to open the Bus Devices list.
3. Select the desired engine interface and press ENTER. That will open
the engine interface menu.
4. Highlight FUEL WRNG and press ENTER. The Select Level menu will
appear with two options: Low Level and High Level. Typically, a Fuel
Level warning is used to alert you when your vessel is running low on
fuel, so highlight LOW LEVEL and press ENTER. The Set Level Percentage
window will appear, allowing you to set the level warning to the
desired percentage of tank capacity (0-100%). It will be set to OFF by
default. (To turn off a level warning select Off.)
5. Use the UP and DOWN keys to set the desired fuel warning
percentage and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Bus Devices
list.
Reset Values
Accessing the Reset Values command from the Engine Interface menu,
allows you to reset configuration and calibration settings for a
particular engine interface.
To reset values:
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and
press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. Select the engine connected
to the interface you want to reset and press ENTER.
3. Choose RESET VALUES from the Engine Interface menu and press
ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to Reset Device
Values.
4. Press ENTER and you will be taken back to the Bus Devices list,
where the engine interface now will be displayed as UnCfg Eng Int.
8
Calibrating Fuel Flow in an Engine Interface
The default calibration for a Suzuki Engine Interface is adequate in
most cases, but if fuel used readings are off by more than 3 percent,
calibration is recommended.
NOTE:
Make sure the fuel flow has been set as the Fuel Remaining Source;
otherwise, you will not be able to calibrate the engine interface.
Engine Interface Accuracy
To check the accuracy of an engine interface, add the Fuel Manager
page to the page screen rotation then customize it to show Fuel Used
data.
To check engine interface accuracy:
1. Fill up the tank connected to engine that is attached to your engine
interface.
2. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and
press ENTER.
3. Highlight FUEL SETUP and press ENTER.
4. Select REFILL TANK and press ENTER. If your unit is configured for
more than one tank, the Select Tank menu will open with up to three
options: Port, Center and Starboard. (If your vessel is configured for
one engine, you will be directed to the recalibration menu.)
5. Select the tank you refilled and press ENTER. The Recalibration
menu will appear with two options: Yes and No. Select NO and press
ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter after refilling
the fuel tank. Press ENTER.
6. Take your boat out, but run only ONE engine — the engine
connected to the engine interface. Burn at least 5 gallons of fuel, then
fill up the tank again, noting how much fuel was added to the tank.
Check the Fuel Manager page for the fuel used figure calculated by
engine interface.
7. Compare the amount of fuel added when you filled up the tank with
the Fuel Used figure shown on your gauge. If the difference between
these two numbers is greater than 3 percent, you need to calibrate the
unit.
To calibrate an engine interface:
8. Fill up the fuel tank connected to the engine that is attached to your
engine interface.
9. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and
press ENTER.
9
10. Highlight FUEL SETUP and press ENTER.
11. Select REFILL TANK and press ENTER. If your unit is configured for
more than one tank, the Select Tank menu will open with up to three
options: Port, Center and Starboard. (If your vessel is configured for
one engine, you will be directed to the recalibration menu.) Select the
tank you refilled and press ENTER.
12. The Recalibration menu will appear with two options: Yes and No.
Select YES and press ENTER.
13. The Filled Quantity window will appear. Use the UP and DOWN
keys to input the amount of fuel you added to the tank and press
ENTER.
14. Repeat these steps for each engine interface you want to calibrate.
Calibrating Engine Trim
You must add the Engine Trim page to the main display before you will
be able to proceed with engine trim calibration.
NOTE:
You will not use the engine trim feature with 300 horsepower
Suzuki engines.
To calibrate Engine Trim:
1. Use the ENTER and EXIT keys to scroll the Engine Trim on to the
main display. Press MENU.
2. Highlight TRIM CAL and press ENTER. The Select Engine menu will
appear with up to three options: Port, Center and Starboard. (If you
selected a single-engine tank configuration you will be taken to the
engine's Trim Calibration menu.)
3. Select the engine connected to the engine interface and press ENTER.
The engine's Trim Calibration menu will appear with two options:
Lower Limit and Upper Limit.
4. Select LOWER LIMIT and press ENTER. The following Trim Cal message
will appear: Set Engine All Down and Press Enter. Put your engine in
the full down position, then press ENTER.
5. Highlight UPPER LIMIT and press ENTER. The following Trim Cal
message will appear: Set Engine All Up and Press Enter. Put your
engine in the full up position, then press ENTER. Press EXIT repeatedly
to return to the main display.
10
Reset Calibration
The Reset Fuel Calibration command allows you to reset engine
interface fuel calibration back to default settings. The Reset Trim
Calibration command allows you to set engine interface engine trim
calibration settings back to default settings.
To reset fuel calibration:
1. Press MENU, select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. Highlight the engine
connected to the engine interface you want to reset and press ENTER.
3. Select RST FUEL CAL from the engine interface menu and press ENTER.
The following message will appear: Press Enter to reset the Fuel Cal.
4. Press ENTER to set calibration back to default settings. To recalibrate
the engine interface, follow the steps in the previous segment regarding
engine interface calibration.
To reset engine trim calibration:
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and
press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. Highlight the engine
connected to the engine interface you want to reset and press ENTER.
3. Select RST TRIM CAL from the engine interface menu and press ENTER.
The following message will appear: Press Enter to reset the Trim Cal.
4. Press ENTER to set calibration back to default settings. To recalibrate
the engine interface, follow the steps in the previous segment covering
engine interface calibration.
Additional Network Information
Further instructions on creating or expanding a network are illustrated
in the NMEA 2000 network setup booklet, which came packed with this
instruction sheet.
11
Notes
12
Notes
13
Notes
14
How to Obtain Service…
…in the USA:
Contact your nearest Suzuki Marine Dealer
…in Canada:
Contact your nearest Suzuki Marine Dealer
…outside Canada and the USA:
Contact the dealer in the country where you purchased your unit.
Accessory Ordering Information
Please contact your local Suzuki Marine dealer. To locate a Suzuki Marine
dealer, visit the web site, www.suzukimarine.com, and look for the Dealer
Locator. To locate a Canadian Suzuki Marine dealer, visit the web site,
http://www.suzuki.ca, and look for the Dealer Locator. Or, consult your telephone
directory for listings.
15
© Copyright 2009
All Rights Reserved
*988-0154-30C*
American Suzuki Motor Corp.
16
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising