vesselview installation instructions

vesselview installation instructions
VESSELVIEW INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT: This document guides our dealers, boatbuilders, and company service
personnel in the proper installation or service of our products. If you have not been trained
in the recommended servicing or installation procedures for these or similar Mercury
Marine products, have the work performed by an authorized Mercury Marine dealer
technician. Improper installation or servicing of the Mercury product could result in
damage to the product or personal injury to those installing or operating the product.
NOTE: After completing installation, place these instructions with the product for
the owner's future use.
Notice
This Product Requires Electronic Calibration Before Use.
Installation of this product will require electronic calibration. This calibration must not be attempted by
anyone other than the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) or a Mercury technician trained in Digital
Throttle and Shift systems (DTS) at an authorized Mercury dealership. Improper installation and calibration
of the DTS product will result in a system which is inoperable or unsafe for use.
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VesselView bezel
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VesselView harness
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Wing nut
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Washer
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VesselView adapter harness (not included in CMD kit)
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NMEA 0183 harness (GPS input)
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Wake harness (included in CMD kit only)
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Description
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Cutting the Instrument Panel
Preparing the Mounting Location
1. Select a suitable location for the VesselView on the boat's instrument panel.
NOTE: The area behind the panel should be clear of any cables, wiring, or other hardware
that may interfere with installation. The mounting location should also provide good
visibility from the boat operator's position.
2. Disconnect the batteries powering the gauges or SmartCraft components.
3. Cut out the template located on the last page of the installation instructions.
NOTE: Always check the template cutout to the mounting holes on the VesselView before
drilling.
4. Use the template to determine the space required for mounting.
5. Prepare the mounting location surface as follows:
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Fiberglass panels: Apply masking tape to the area being cut to prevent cracking
the fiberglass.
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Vinyl-covered panels: Use a razor blade to carefully remove the vinyl from the
area being cut to avoid tearing the vinyl.
Cutting the Panel
1. After preparing the area to be cut, tape the mounting template to the panel.
2. Drill four 5.5 mm (7/32 in.) holes at the locations shown on the template for the
mounting screws.
3. Drill four 19 mm (3/4 in.) holes at the locations shown on the template and cut out the
shaded portion of the template.
NOTE: The following diagram is an example only. Use the template located at the last
page of the installation instructions.
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a - Mounting screw holes (5.5 mm [7/32 in.])
b - Cutout pilot holes (19 mm [3/4 in.])
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4. Remove the template and insert the VesselView into the panel to ensure fit. Do not
secure to the instrument panel at this time.
Securing VesselView to the Instrument Panel
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d - Washer
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1. Insert the VesselView into the opening.
2. Secure the VesselView with the four mounting screws, washers, and wing nuts. Do
not overtighten the wing nuts.
3. The back of the bezel is labeled "TOP" and "BOTTOM". Ensure the bezel is aligned
correctly to avoid damaging the bezel or VesselView.
4. Snap the bezel onto the VesselView.
DTS Wiring Guidelines
! WARNING
Splicing or probing will damage the wire insulation allowing water to enter the wiring.
Water intrusion may lead to wiring failure and loss of throttle and shift control. To avoid
the possibility of serious injury or death from loss of boat control, do not splice or probe
into any wire insulation of the DTS system.
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Never attempt to connect, network, tie into, switch, sink source voltage or current from
the DTS wiring harnesses.
Never attempt to connect any type of communication or navigation equipment into
the DTS wiring harnessing other than at the designated connection point.
Always install boat accessory equipment using an appropriate power source
connection, such as a fuse panel or junction box.
Never attempt to tap directly into any of the DTS electrical wiring harnesses for a
source of power.
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Wiring Guidelines for Electrical Boat Accessories
! WARNING
Excessive voltage drop may compromise the DTS system, leading to serious injury or
death from loss of throttle and shift control. Do not wire any electrical accessory into the
12‑volt ignition key switch circuits of the DTS system.
IMPORTANT: Do not connect boat accessories to the ignition key switch. Use a
separate, switched 12‑volt source for wiring boat accessories.
IMPORTANT: The DTS system requires a consistent 12‑volt power source. Splicing or
connecting accessories to the 12‑volt or ignition key switch DTS circuits (purple, purple/
white, or red wires) could blow a fuse or overload circuits, causing intermittent or complete
loss of operation.
Harness Installation Guidelines
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Locate an appropriate path for routing the harness connections to their installation
points.
Inspect the routing path to ensure that surfaces are free of any sharp edges or burrs
that could cut the harness.
Fasten and support the harness with clamps or cable ties every 45.8 cm (18 in.) along
the routing path. A clamp or cable tie must be used within 25.4 cm (10 in.) of any
connection in a DTS system.
Ensure that all connections are tight. Seal all unused connectors with weather caps.
Installing the VesselView Harness
VesselView Harness Connection for SmartCraft Version 07 and Up
The VesselView adapter harness is required for all Mercury and MerCruiser Version 07
SmartCraft installations. Cummins MerCruiser Diesel installations do not require this
harness assembly. For CMD applications, connect the VesselView harness directly to
the junction box.
IMPORTANT: Do not connect the VesselView or the VesselView adapter harness to the
vessel display connector on the command module harness.
NOTE: If installing more than one VesselView, use a separate VesselView harness and
VesselView harness adapter for each unit.
1. Connect the VesselView adapter harness to the starboard junction box. Refer to the
Wiring Connections for SmartCraft Version 07 for diagrams.
2. Connect the VesselView harness to the VesselView adapter harness.
3. Connect the VesselView harness to the VesselView unit.
4. For multi‑engine applications, install the appropriate multi‑engine ignition harness
(available separately) between the multi‑ignition connector on the VesselView
harness and the appropriate junction boxes.
5. Ensure the VesselView receives power when any key switch is in the "ON" position.
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Wiring Connections for SmartCraft Version 07
VESSELVIEW HARNESS AND ADAPTER
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VesselView adapter harness
CAN V data connector
CAN V terminator resistor
CAN V wake connector
10‑pin connector
Multi‑ignition connector
Warning horn
Port inner (engine 4) system link
gauge connector (purple and red
wires)
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i - Starboard inner (center/engine 3)
system link gauge connector
(purple and tan wires)
j - NMEA 0183 connector
k - VesselView
l - VesselView connectors
m -Starboard (engine 1) system link
gauge connector (purple wires)
n - Port (engine 2) system link gauge
connector (purple and yellow wires)
o - Air temperature sensor connector
p - VesselView harness
IMPORTANT: Do not connect the VesselView or the VesselView adapter harness to the
vessel display connector on the command module harness.
IMPORTANT: Seal all unused connectors with weather caps.
The VesselView adapter harness provides connections for CAN V components. These
connections provide CAN V support as follows:
• CAN V data connector ‑ Allows data input to the CAN V bus.
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CAN V terminator resistor ‑ Terminates CAN V if installed at the farthest end of the
CAN V network; otherwise, this connector continues the CAN V bus.
CAN V wake connector ‑ Supplies CAN V wake to the entire CAN V network.
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SINGLE ENGINE APPLICATIONS
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Junction box
VesselView adapter harness
Multi‑ignition connector
VesselView harness
VesselView
Command module harness
14‑pin data harness
Engine
Port inner (engine 4) system link gauge connector
Starboard inner (center/engine 3) system link gauge connector
Port (engine 2) system link gauge connector
Starboard (engine 1) system link gauge connector
IMPORTANT: Seal all unused connectors with weather caps.
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DUAL ENGINE APPLICATIONS
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a - Port engine
b - 14‑pin harness
c - Command module harness
d - Port junction box
e - Multi‑ignition harness for dual engine applications
f - VesselView harness
g - VesselView
h - VesselView adapter harness
i - Starboard junction box
j - Starboard engine
k - Port inner (engine 4) system link gauge connector
l - Starboard inner (center/engine 3) system link gauge connector
m -Port (engine 2) system link gauge connector
n - Starboard (engine 1) system link gauge connector
IMPORTANT: Seal all unused connectors with weather caps.
NOTE: The multi‑ignition harness for dual engine applications connects the port engine
to the VesselView harness, allowing the VesselView to turn on when either key switch is
turned on.
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NOTE: Rudder angle or synchronizer system link gauges must be connected to the
starboard system link gauge connector on the VesselView harness.
NOTE: The starboard junction box provides battery voltage and ground circuit to the
VesselView. If the starboard battery (pin A) is unavailable because it has failed or is
switched off, the VesselView will power up using another ignition source (port, starboard
inner, or port inner batteries) but will not save any memory settings when the VesselView
is turned off. The VesselView will not operate if the starboard ground (pin B) is unavailable
at the starboard junction box.
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Notes:
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TRIPLE ENGINE APPLICATIONS
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a - Port engine
b - 14‑pin data harness
c - Command module harness
d - Port junction box
e - Multi‑ignition connector (weather capped)
f - Multi‑ignition harness for triple or quad engine applications
g - VesselView
h - VesselView harness
i - VesselView adapter harness
j - Starboard engine
k - Starboard junction box
l - Center engine
m -Port inner (engine 4) system link gauge connector
n - Starboard inner (center/engine 3) system link gauge connector
o - Port (engine 2) system link gauge connector
p - Starboard (engine 1) system link gauge connector
q - Center junction box
IMPORTANT: Seal all unused connectors with weather caps.
NOTE: The multi‑ignition harness for triple or quad engine applications connects each
engine to the VesselView harness, allowing the VesselView to turn on when either key
switch is turned on.
NOTE: A rudder angle system link gauge must be connected to the starboard system
link gauge connector on the VesselView harness.
NOTE: The starboard junction box provides battery voltage and ground circuit to the
VesselView. If the starboard battery (pin A) is unavailable because it has failed or is
switched off, the VesselView will power up using another ignition source (port, starboard
inner, or port inner batteries) but will not save any memory settings when the VesselView
is turned off. The VesselView will not operate if the starboard ground (pin B) is unavailable
at the starboard junction box.
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QUAD ENGINE APPLICATIONS
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a - Port engine
b - 14‑pin data harness
c - Command module harness
d - Port outside junction box
e - Multi‑ignition harness for triple or quad engine applications
f - VesselView
g - VesselView harness
h - VesselView adapter harness
i - Starboard outside engine
j - Starboard outside junction box
k - Starboard inner engine
l - Port inner engine
m -Port inner (engine 4) system link gauge connector
n - Starboard inner (center/engine 3) system link gauge connector
o - Port (engine 2) system link gauge connector
p - Starboard (engine 1) system link gauge connector
q - Port inner junction box
r - Starboard inner junction box
IMPORTANT: Seal all unused connectors with weather caps.
NOTE: The multi‑ignition harness for triple or quad engine applications connects each
engine to the VesselView harness, allowing the VesselView to turn on when either key
switch is turned on.
NOTE: A rudder angle system link gauge must be connected to the starboard system
link gauge connector on the VesselView harness.
NOTE: The starboard junction box provides battery voltage and ground circuit to the
VesselView. If the starboard battery (pin A) is unavailable because it has failed or is
switched off, the VesselView will power up using another ignition source (port, starboard
inner, or port inner batteries) but will not save any memory settings when the VesselView
is turned off. The VesselView will not operate if the starboard ground (pin B) is unavailable
at the starboard junction box.
Installing the Ambient Air Temperature Sensor
NOTE: The ambient air temperature sensor installation is optional.
1. Select the location of the air temperature sensor. Mount the sensor where it will be
exposed to outside air and not in direct sunlight.
2. Drill a 19 mm (3/4 in.) mounting hole.
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3. Install the mounting adapter as shown below.
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a - Mounting adapter
b - Gasket
c - Nylon nut
d - Air temperature sensor
4. Thread the sensor into the mounting adapter.
5. Connect the temperature sensor to the connector on the VesselView harness.
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Installing the NMEA 0183 Adapter Harness
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10‑pin connector
Multi‑ignition connector
Warning horn
NMEA output connector (light blue with green stripe: NMEA out [+]; dark
blue with red stripe: NMEA out [–])(reserved for future use)
e - NMEA input connector (white with dark blue stripe: NMEA in [+]; dark blue
with white stripe: NMEA in [–])
f - NMEA adapter harness
g - Port inner (engine 4) system link gauge connector (purple and red wires)
h - Starboard inner (center/engine 3) system link gauge connector (purple and
tan wires)
i - VesselView
j - VesselView connectors
k - NMEA 0183 connector
l - Starboard (engine 1) system link gauge connector (purple wires)
m -Port (engine 2) system link gauge connector (purple and yellow wires)
n - Air temperature sensor connector
o - VesselView harness
1. Connect the 5‑pin NMEA connector on the adapter harness to the 5‑pin NMEA 0183
connector on the VesselView harness as shown in the diagram.
2. Connect your GPS unit or other NMEA‑compatible device to the adapter harness.
Refer to the documentation provided with the device for installation requirements and
procedures.
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NMEA 0183 Connector
NOTE: The connector image shown is the wire side of the plug.
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NMEA out (+)
NMEA out (–)
NMEA in (+)
NMEA in (–)
DC ground
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VesselView Template Cutout
NOTE: Due to printing variables, the image size of the template may have changed from
the actual size. Check the graphic for accuracy prior to using the template.
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182.5 mm
(7.2 in.)
180.5 mm
(7.1 in.)
197.8 mm
(7.8 in.)
112.0 mm
(4.4 in.)
132.5 mm
(5.2 in.)
114.0 mm
(4.5 in.)
a - 19 mm (0.75 in.) (4)
Products of Mercury Marine
W6250 Pioneer Road
Fond du Lac, WI 54936-1939
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b - 5.5 mm (0.218 in.) (4)
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