07 DC Troubleshooting guide

07 DC Troubleshooting guide
DC LEISURE PRO SHORE COMMANDER
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Guide
( GRAY CONTROL BOX )
INDEX
1.0 Power recommendations
1.1
1.1
System does not work at all when plugged
in
1.2
1.2
System has power but No touchpad
function or No wireless remote operation.
1.3
1.3
Wireless remotes work but not the
Touchpad
1.4
1.4
Touchpad works but not the wireless
remotes
1.5
1.5
Touchpad activates but motor stops and
will not go again
1.6
1.6
Programming Remote Key Fobs
1.7
1.7
Canopy lights
1.8
Touchpad operation
1.9
Hooking up a solar panel to system
2.0 DC Wiring Diagram
GENERAL INFORMATION
SHORE COMMANDER ADVANTAGES
Safety
- No fingers getting caught in crank wheel or rubber wheel drive.
- Anyone is able to use the lift with more ease. Eliminating the wheel also allows
more room to enter and exit the boat lift.
- Keypad access limits who can operate the lift. Keeps small children from being
able to operate (without the key fob).
- A light is included for better night / early a.m. visibility.
- Limit switch is available to prevent over winding the cable.
- Safe and reliable, worm gear drive replaces industry standard, ratchet pawl
wheel lock mechanism.
Easy To Operate
- Wireless remote control! No more cranking! Remote has up to 100 feet of
range.
- If you forget your remote key fobs or lose them, use your keypad code to
access the operating controls.
- If you lose power, a manual backup bit is provided for use with a cordless drill
to run the lift up and down. (Commander Products LLC recommends 18v or
higher drill for installers)
Quiet
- Commander Product’s reliable worm gear drive system eliminates the need for
the noisy, ratcheting brake kit.
Maintenance Free
- Gearbox is oil filled and permanently sealed so you never have to drain and
refill.
- Both the control box and the motor are designed to withstand the elements.
- It is recommended the unit be removed at the end of the boating season and
stored in a cool dry place.
Technology
- Commander Products’ patented direct drive technology eliminates slippage
commonly found with rubber wheel drives, chains that can stretch or rust over
time and simplifies installation.
- The Pulse width Modulation technology enables 12v or 24v operation.
1.0
Power recommendations for the DC Leisure Pro Shore
Commander
12v DC / 24v DC
Deep cycle marine battery – Series 24 to 28
1.1
1.1
System does not work at all when plugged into DC
power supply
A.
Check 12v or 24v DC battery output supply
B.
Check all wire connections for corrosion
1.2
1.2 System has power but no touchpad or wireless
wireless key remote
operation
A.
Unplug the DC Leisure Pro Shore Commander from the power supply and
plug back in and watch for a red LED light on the touchpad.
D.
On the touchpad, depress the “code” button on the touchpad, followed by
your four digit PIN number.
E.
Once you depress the “code” button, a green led light should appear on
the touchpad followed by a red light once you depress the fourth number of your
PIN on the touchpad.
Still no operation
F.
Unplug the DC Leisure Pro Shore Commander from the power supply.
G.
Loosen the plastic cable gland located on the control box with the wires
leading to the canopy light and limit switch. Once the cable gland is loose, slowly
push approximately a ½” of black wire into the control box.
H.
Remove the six small black philip lid screws on the control box and
carefully open the lid so you do not accidentally unplug any of the internal wires.
I.
Visually inspect that all of the internal wire connectors are plugged in.
Especially the black antenna wire to the circuit board and touchpad wire is
attached to the bottom of the lid.
J.
If the antenna wire is unplugged, the circuit board system will activate
showing a red flashing LED light when the system is plugged in, however it will
not allow the touchpad or key remotes to work.
K.
Carefully place the lid back on the control box, but make sure “no” wires
get pinched or cut. Put the lid screws back into the lid fastening it to the control
box and tighten the loose cable gland on the control box.
1.3
Wireless key remotes
remotes work but not the Touchpad
A.
The only thing that can be done is to visually inspect that the touchpad is
plugged into the circuit board by following steps in sec
section
1.22
tion 1.
B.
If the touchpad is plugged in and still no function, contact Commander
products for a replacement touchpad.
1.4
Touchpad works but not the Wireless
Wireless key remote(
remote(s)
A.
Open the remote and check for corrosion. If corrosion is found, contact
your dealer where you had purchased your Commander system for a
replacement remote.
B.
If no corrosion is found and you have no blue flashing light on your
wireless key remote – replace the battery.
1.5
Touchpad activates however motor stops running
and will not go again
A.
Check battery voltage – Normal range is 12.3 to 13.6
B.
System will not work if the battery is not charged
1.6
1.6
Programming Wireless remotes
Key Fob Programming
A.
To add / change any Commander Products remote key fob, press and
hold the Code key down, then press the 1 Key and release both. The
red LED on the touchpad will activate for 5 seconds. Press the up
button on the key fob. The red LED light will go out once the signal in
received from the key fob remote control. Do the same for additional
key fobs.
The unit has the capability to store up to 4 key fobs.
1.7
A.
1.8
CANOPY LIGHT DOES NOT WORK
If bulb is bad, replace it with a 12v DC bulb #912. Do not use a #921
bulb since this bulb will draw over 1 amp resulting in damage to the
control board.
TOUCHPAD OPERATION
PIN Code Programming
A.
To change the PIN code, hold the Code key down, and then press the 2
key. Release both. The red LED will begin to flash. Enter the new 4-digit PIN
code. The red led will stop flashing once the 4th digit of the new code is entered.
Normal operation:
operation
B.
To unlock keypad, enter “1” “2” “3” “4” the factory default 4-digit code.
On the first number key pressed the Green LED lights to indicate that the keypad
is in the code entry mode.
C.
When the fourth digit of the programmed code is entered, the Red LED
lights to indicate that the keypad is unlocked. You can then operate your lift. A
timeout is started after code is entered and systems will auto-lock after 5 min of
being dormant.
D.
Pressing the Code key while the keypad is active will cancel the active
mode and lock your system.
To Change
Change Factory Code:
E.
To enter your own user defined password , enter the factory default code
{ “1” “2” “3” “4”}, press & hold the code key button down and then at the same
time, press and release the 2 button. Once the red LED starts blinking then enter
your own custom 4 digit code. The LEDS will automatically go out and your
system has accepted the new code.
1.9 HOOKING UP A SOLAR PANEL
2.0.
WIRING DIAGRAM FOR DC SYSTEM
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