Quick guide Yamaha Installing MOB+ Wireless kill switch Main Power Switch IMPORTANT NOTICE! NOTE Do not touch or cut any existing wires or electrically conducting components before you make sure the main voltage switch is OFF. Only set the main voltage switch to ON after you are finished cutting and connecting wires. Make sure that all wires and conductive connection points are free from corrosion before connecting any wires. The function of the kill switch must be tested after installation to verify that it stops the engine in the event of an emergency situation. Fuse 1-3 A This is done by submerging the xFOB in water or walking with the xFOB away from your boat until the engine stops. The xHUB will then light red and give a sound signal to indicate a man over board event. Battery 10 - 32 VDC Max continuous switch load: <5A Min. Voltage: 7V -Below this voltage the unit will turn off. 5-pin IP67 Connector White Switch position in inactive mode e.g. engine not running. Connecting the Power (10-30 Vdc) 1. Use a test light or a voltmeter to determine the polarity of the voltage source. 2. Connect the red (+ or positive) wire to the positive voltage terminal. (If you use the fuse block on the boat, route the positive connection through the fuse, as shown on the diagram.) 3. Connect the black (- or ground) wire to the negative voltage terminal. 4. Install or check the 1-3 A fuse (in the in-line fuse holder, or on the fuse block of the boat. 5. Use wire hoods suitable for the wire dimension (20AWG, 0.75mm2) or connection point on the fuse block. Black NOTE Use an AGC / 3AG – 1-3 Amp replacement fuse. If it is necessary to extend the power and ground wires, use 20 AWG or thicker wire. You can wire the Power Wires directly to the main boat battery, or if your boat has an electrical system, you might be able to wire the Power Wires to an unused holder on the fuse block. In any case it should be after the main power switch to avoid current drainage when the boat is left unattended. Keep existing kill switch The switching function inside xHUB is a double throw relay and can be connected to switch any circuit on and off, and thus perform the old kill switch function. +- kill switch Connect wires in “T” MOB+ Wireless Kill Switch can be installed together with your existing kill switch by connecting it in series or parallell. If you should connect in series or parallell depends on your existing kill switch function. The above picture shows an example with Close to Stop connection. Please see www.fellmarine.com/support for more information FELL AS, Nedre Storgate 46, 3015 Drammen, Norway. email@example.com - www.fellmarine.com *The wire connections are the same for the external kill switch and kill switch mounted in the throttle casing. Connecting Signal wires Yamaha uses «Close to Stop» kill switch principle as standard. This means that the engine kill switch shorts circuits to stop the engine. We recommend to verify this by simply trying to start the engine(s), whilst the existing kill switch signal wires are not connected. It is very important that the MOB+ gets supplied power from a stable source which is not susceptible to See the user manual for further voltage drops as if it gets below 7V supply voltage, the instructions. unit will restart and stop your engine. 1. Common – Grey – Always used when connecting the MOB+ xHUB Signal wires. 2. Open to Stop (OS) – Blue – Used when your Connecting in parallel, Close to Stop existing system is a Open to Stop kill switch system. From MOB+ Red 3. Close to Stop (CS) – Orange – Used when your xHUB Black existing system is a Close to Stop kill switch Existing mechanical Blue system. This is the principle used by Yamaha. Gray Orange NOTE The maximum MOB+ xHUB input voltage is 32 Vdc. Do not exceed this voltage because this can damage the MOB+ xHUB and void the warranty. From existing Kill Switch Close to Stop Installing MOB+ in a metal boat If your helm is made out of conducting materials the wireless signals from MOB+ may be degraded. The amount of signal degradation experienced may vary from across boats and must be tested for each case. If the signal is very poor you can install a separate external antenna outside of your helm to increase the signal strength. Please contact FELL support at www.fell.no/support for more information. Multiple engine configurations NOTE Make sure that all wire connections are waterproof by using heat shrinkable butt splices or similar when connecting wires. If you have multiple engines on your boat and your boat is already fitted with a kill switch you can connect the wires as described above to the two existing signal wires leading to the existing mechanical switch in your helm or throttle. Insert cables and ensure the conducting part of the cable makes good contact with the conducting part of the butt splice. In some cases the existing kill switch might be a 2 pole or 3 pole switch to switch 1 pair of wires for each engine separately. In this case a standard DPST/DPDP relay can be used as the switch and the control signal to the relay is wired through the MOB+. Please see the user guide for Use a crimping plier to squeeze the conducting part this wiring on www.fellmarine.com/support. of the butt splice around the wire. Make sure all connections are waterproof by applying heat to the end of the butt splice, which makes it shrink around the wire. Some engine brands also offer a diode splitter. This splitter translates the signal from the single mechanical kill switch into a kill switch signal for multiple engines and so the MOB+ can be connected in a standard fashion. NOTE If you have multiple engines and do not have an existing kill switch, see user manual for this on www. fellmarine.com/support. Please contact your local engine retailer or manufacturer for further assistance. © FELL AS, Nedre Storgate 46, N-3015, Drammen, Norway. FELL, WiMEA®, WiMEA8® Protocol, WiMEA9® Protocol and its logos are trademarks of FELL AS, its subsidiaries and affiliates. The shape and design of this product are a trade dress of FELL AS, subsidiaries and affiliates. NMEA®, NMEA 2000®, and the NMEA 2000 logo are registered trademarks of the National Marine Electronics Association. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Designed in Norway. Made in China and Taiwan. All rights reserved. Product features, appearances and specifications may be subject to change without notice. Read all instructions carefully before use. Visit www. fell.no/support for complete Owner’s Manual. 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