Installation - Hudson Marine Electronics

Installation - Hudson Marine Electronics
E vo lu t io n E V-1 ,
AC U -1 0 0 , AC U -2 0 0 ,
AC U -3 0 0 , AC U -4 0 0
Installation instructions
ENGLIS H
Da te : 05-2013
Docume nt numbe r: 88016-2
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Contents
Chapter 1 Important information............................. 7
Safety notices................................................................. 7
General Information ........................................................ 8
Chapter 2 Planning the installation ........................ 11
2.1 Handbook information ............................................... 12
2.2 Installation checklist .................................................. 14
2.3 Autopilot controllers................................................... 16
2.4 Drive units ................................................................ 17
2.5 System integration .................................................... 21
2.6 Example: typical basic system — ACU-100 ................ 25
2.7 Example: typical expanded system —
ACU-100........................................................................ 26
2.8 Example: typical system — ACU-200, ACU-300,
ACU-400........................................................................ 28
2.9 Seatalkng .................................................................. 30
Chapter 3 Cables and connections......................... 31
3.1 General cabling guidance .......................................... 32
3.2 Connections ............................................................. 33
3.3 Power connection ..................................................... 35
3.4 Drive connection ....................................................... 40
3.5 SeaTalkng connection ................................................ 45
3.6 SeaTalk connection ................................................... 50
3.7 Rudder reference connection ..................................... 51
3.8 Sleep switch connection — ACU-200, ACU-300,
ACU-400........................................................................ 53
Chapter 4 Installation ............................................... 55
4.1 EV-1 Installation........................................................ 56
4.2 ACU Installation ........................................................ 60
4.3 Post-installation checks ............................................. 65
4.4 Autopilot system setup .............................................. 66
4.5 LED indications — EV-1 ............................................ 67
4.6 LED indications — ACU-100 ...................................... 68
4.7 Alarms...................................................................... 69
Chapter 5 Maintenance and support ...................... 73
5.1 Service and maintenance .......................................... 74
5.2 Cleaning................................................................... 74
5.3 Raymarine customer support ..................................... 75
Appendix A Spare parts........................................... 77
Appendix B NMEA 2000 sentences (PGNs) —
EV-1 and EV-2 ........................................................... 78
Appendix C NMEA 2000 sentences (PGNs) —
ACU............................................................................ 81
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Chapter 1: Important information
Safety notices
Warning: Autopilot system
Installation
As correct performance of the vessel’s steering is
critical for safety, we STRONGLY RECOMMEND that
an Authorized Raymarine Service Representative fits
this product. You will only receive full warranty benefits
if you can show that an Authorized Raymarine Service
Representative has installed and commissioned this
product.
Warning: Product installation and
operation
This product must be installed and operated in
accordance with the instructions provided. Failure to
do so could result in personal injury, damage to your
vessel and/or poor product performance.
Warning: Maintain a permanent watch
Always maintain a permanent watch, this will allow
you to respond to situations as they develop. Failure
to maintain a permanent watch puts yourself, your
vessel and others at serious risk of harm.
Important information
Warning: Ensure safe navigation
This product is intended only as an aid to navigation
and must never be used in preference to sound
navigational judgment. Only official government
charts and notices to mariners contain all the current
information needed for safe navigation, and the
captain is responsible for their prudent use. It is the
user’s responsibility to use official government charts,
notices to mariners, caution and proper navigational
skill when operating this or any other Raymarine
product.
Warning: Potential ignition source
This product is NOT approved for use in
hazardous/flammable atmospheres. Do NOT install in
a hazardous/flammable atmosphere (such as in an
engine room or near fuel tanks).
Warning: Switch off power supply
Ensure the vessel’s power supply is switched OFF
before starting to install this product. Do NOT connect
or disconnect equipment with the power switched on,
unless instructed in this document.
Warning: Product grounding
Before applying power to this product, ensure it has
been correctly grounded, in accordance with the
instructions in this guide.
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Warning: Positive ground systems
Do not connect this unit to a system which has positive
grounding.
Caution: Power supply protection
When installing this product ensure the power source
is adequately protected by means of a suitably-rated
fuse or automatic circuit breaker.
Caution: Service and maintenance
This product contains no user serviceable
components. Please refer all maintenance and repair
to authorized Raymarine dealers. Unauthorized repair
may affect your warranty.
General Information
– At least 1 m (3 ft) from any equipment transmitting or cables
carrying radio signals e.g. VHF radios, cables and antennas.
In the case of SSB radios, the distance should be increased
to 7 ft (2 m).
– More than 2 m (7 ft) from the path of a radar beam. A radar
beam can normally be assumed to spread 20 degrees above
and below the radiating element.
• The product is supplied from a separate battery from that used
for engine start. This is important to prevent erratic behavior
and data loss which can occur if the engine start does not have
a separate battery.
• Raymarine specified cables are used.
• Cables are not cut or extended, unless doing so is detailed in
the installation manual.
Note: Where constraints on the installation prevent any of
the above recommendations, always ensure the maximum
possible separation between different items of electrical
equipment, to provide the best conditions for EMC performance
throughout the installation
EMC installation guidelines
Water ingress — ACU-100
Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to the appropriate
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) regulations, to minimize
electromagnetic interference between equipment and minimize the
effect such interference could have on the performance of your
system
Water ingress disclaimer.
Correct installation is required to ensure that EMC performance is
not compromised.
Although the waterproof rating capacity of this product meets the
IPX2 (for the connector panel) and IPX6 (for the drive electronics)
standards, water intrusion and subsequent equipment failure may
occur if the products are subjected to commercial high-pressure
washing. Raymarine will not warrant products subjected to
high-pressure washing.
For optimum EMC performance we recommend that wherever
possible:
• Raymarine equipment and cables connected to it are:
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Water ingress — ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
Water ingress disclaimer for ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400.
These products are drip resistant. Water intrusion and subsequent
equipment failure may occur if the product is subjected to
commercial high-pressure washing. Raymarine will not warrant
products subjected to high-pressure washing.
Water ingress — EV-1 and EV-2
Water ingress disclaimer.
Although the waterproof rating capacity of these products meets
the IPX6 standard, water intrusion and subsequent equipment
failure may occur if the products are subjected to commercial
high-pressure washing. Raymarine will not warrant products
subjected to high-pressure washing.
Product disposal
Dispose of this product in accordance with the WEEE Directive.
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Directive requires the recycling of waste electrical and electronic
equipment. Whilst the WEEE Directive does not apply to some
Raymarine products, we support its policy and ask you to be aware
of how to dispose of this product.
Warranty registration
To register your Raymarine product ownership, please visit
www.raymarine.com and register online.
Suppression ferrites
Raymarine cables may be fitted with suppression ferrites. These
are important for correct EMC performance. If a ferrite has to be
removed for any purpose (e.g. installation or maintenance), it must
be replaced in the original position before the product is used.
Use only ferrites of the correct type, supplied by Raymarine
authorized dealers.
It is important that you register your product to receive full warranty
benefits. Your unit package includes a bar code label indicating the
serial number of the unit. You will need this serial number when
registering your product online. You should retain the label for future
reference.
Connections to other equipment
Requirement for ferrites on non-Raymarine cables
If your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipment
using a cable not supplied by Raymarine, a suppression ferrite
MUST always be attached to the cable near the Raymarine unit.
The equipment described within this document is intended for use
on leisure marine boats and workboats not covered by International
Maritime Organization (IMO) and Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS)
Carriage Regulations.
Declaration of conformity
To the best of our knowledge, the information in this document
was correct at the time it was produced. However, Raymarine
cannot accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions it may
contain. In addition, our policy of continuous product improvement
may change specifications without notice. As a result, Raymarine
cannot accept liability for any differences between the product
Raymarine UK Ltd. declares that this product is compliant with the
essential requirements of EMC directive 2004/108/EC.
The original Declaration of Conformity certificate may be viewed on
the relevant product page at www.raymarine.com.
Important information
IMO and SOLAS
Technical accuracy
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and this document. Please check the Raymarine website
(www.raymarine.com) to ensure you have the most up-to-date
version(s) of the documentation for your product.
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Chapter 2: Planning the installation
Chapter contents
•
2.1 Handbook information on page 12
•
2.2 Installation checklist on page 14
•
2.3 Autopilot controllers on page 16
•
2.4 Drive units on page 17
•
2.5 System integration on page 21
•
2.6 Example: typical basic system — ACU-100 on page 25
•
2.7 Example: typical expanded system — ACU-100 on page 26
•
2.8 Example: typical system — ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400 on page 28
•
2.9 Seatalkng on page 30
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2.1 Handbook information
Evolution handbooks
This handbook describes installation of the Evolution autopilot
system.
The handbook includes information to help you:
The following documentation is available for your product.
• plan your autopilot system and ensure you have all the necessary
equipment,
• install and connect the EV-1 and ACU (if applicable) as part of the
autopilot system,
• obtain support if required.
This and other Raymarine product documentation is available to
download in PDF format from www.raymarine.com.
Related products
Evolution documentation
Description
Part number
Evolution autopilot system Installation instructions
Plan and install an autopilot system including an EV-1
Attitude Heading Reference Sensor (AHRS) and an
Actuator Control Unit (ACU).
87180
Evolution DBW autopilot system Installation
instructions
Plan and install a Drive-By-Wire (DBW) autopilot system
including an EV-2 Attitude Heading Reference Sensor
(AHRS).
87181
This handbook covers the following products.
Maximum
continuous
drive power
output
Part number
Name
Description
E70096
EV-1
Attitude Heading
Reference
Sensor (AHRS)
Not applicable.
E70098
ACU-100
Actuator Control
Unit (ACU)
7A
E70099
ACU-200
Actuator Control
Unit (ACU)
15 A
E70139
ACU-300
Actuator Control
Unit (ACU)
5A
E70100
ACU-400
Actuator Control
Unit (ACU)
30 A
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p70 / p70R Handbooks
Description
Part number
p70 / p70R Installation and
commissioning instructions
87132
p70 / p70R Quick reference guide
86142
p70 / p70R User reference handbook
81331
Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
SeaTalkng handbooks
Description
Part number
SeaTalkng reference manual
Planning and connection of systems based around the
SeaTalkng network.
81300
SeaTalk – SeaTalkng converter handbook
Installation and connection of the SeaTalk - SeaTalkng
converter.
87121
Product overview
Evolution is a system of electronic components that give you
autopilot control of your vessel’s steering system.
In conjunction with a compatible pilot control head, the Evolution
components enable you to directly control the vessel’s steering
system and provide navigation commands, such as navigating to
pre-determined tracks and waypoints for example.
The Evolution system provides a number of features to ensure ease
of installation and minimal setup:
• Automatic setup — no calibration required. The Rudder Gain,
Rudder Damping and Counter Rudder, and compass calibration
settings required by existing autopilots are no longer necessary.
The Evolution system consists of the following components:
Component
Purpose
EV-1 autopilot with Attitude Heading
Reference Sensor (AHRS)
The primary heading sensor and
course computer, incorporating an
attitude 9-axis sensor. This sensor
replaces the fluxgate compass typical
in existing autopilot systems.
Actuator Control Unit (ACU)
Houses the main power and drive
electronics for direct connection to a
vessel’s steering system.
• Flexible mounting options — The EV-1 unit can be mounted flat
on a deck or alternatively on a bracket, for direct mounting to
a mast, wall or other surface.
Note: The arrow on the front of the EV-1 unit must be
in parallel alignment with the vessel’s head (along the
longitudinal axis of the vessel).
• Simple connections — all Evolution system components are
easily and simply connected to a single SeaTalkng backbone
cable.
• High accuracy — accurate course-keeping, to within +/- 2
degrees, in all conditions.
• Built-in heading and attitude sensor — no additional fluxgate
compass required.
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2.2 Installation checklist
Software requirements
Installation includes the following activities:
Correct operation of this product requires software version 2.0 or
later for p70 and p70R pilot control heads.
Installation Task
1
Plan your system.
Required additional components
2
Obtain all required equipment and tools.
3
Site all equipment.
To complete your autopilot system, you will need the following
components and data sources in addition to the Evolution
components.
4
Route all cables.
Essential:
5
Drill cable and mounting holes.
• Compatible autopilot control head.
6
Make all connections into equipment.
• Drive unit appropriate for your vessel and Evolution EV-1 and
ACU units.
7
Secure all equipment in place.
8
Power on and test the system.
Schematic diagram
A schematic diagram is an essential part of planning any installation.
It is also useful for any future additions or maintenance of the
system. The diagram should include:
• Location of all components.
• Connectors, cable types, routes and lengths.
• Power cables.
Recommended:
• Compatible speed data source. The autopilot uses speed data
when making calculations relating to navigation. As a minimum,
this information must come from a GPS receiver providing SOG
(Speed Over Ground) data, or ideally from a dedicated speed
sensor.
• Compatible wind data source (only required for sailing vessels).
The autopilot uses wind vane data to steer relative to a specified
wind angle. This data must come from an analog wind transducer
connected to the SeaTalkng bus.
• Rudder angle sensor. To ensure optimum autopilot performance,
Raymarine highly recommends that a rudder reference unit is
used.
Optional:
• Position data source. The autopilot uses position data when
following routes and calculating the optimum course to steer. This
data is usually supplied by a GPS receiver on the SeaTalkng bus.
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Multiple data sources (MDS) overview
Installations that include multiple instances of data sources can
cause data conflicts. An example is an installation featuring more
than one source of GPS data.
MDS enables you to manage conflicts involving the following types
of data:
• GPS Position.
• Heading.
• Depth.
• Heading data — If a non-Evolution source of heading data is
designated by the user, the Evolution system components will
combine this heading data with its own gyro and accelerometer
data, and then use the improved heading data. This combined
heading data will also be available to other equipment on the
SeaTalkng bus.
• Rudder angle data — Where there are multiple sources of rudder
reference information, the Evolution system components will
ignore rudder angle inputs from any rudder reference units that
are NOT connected directly to an Evolution ACU.
• Speed.
• Wind.
Typically this exercise is completed as part of the initial installation,
or when new equipment is added.
If this exercise is NOT completed the system will automatically
attempt to resolve data conflicts. However, this may result in the
system choosing a source of data that you do not want to use.
If MDS is available the system can list the available data sources
and allow you to select your preferred data source. For MDS to be
available all products in the system that use the data sources listed
above must be MDS-compliant. The system can list any products
that are NOT compliant. It may be necessary to upgrade the
software for these non-compliant products to make them compliant.
Visit the Raymarine website (www.raymarine.com) to obtain the
latest software for your products. If MDS-compliant software is not
available and you do NOT want the system to automatically attempt
to resolve data conflicts, any non-compliant product(s) can be
removed or replaced to ensure the entire system is MDS-compliant.
Multiple data source exceptions
With the Evolution system, there are a number of important
exceptions to the handling of multiple sources of certain types of
data.
Specifically:
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2.3 Autopilot controllers
The Evolution system is designed for use with the p70 and p70R
autopilot control heads.
SeaTalkng
It can also be used with a number of other
and SeaTalk
autopilot control heads, but with limited functionality.
1
2
3
SeaTalk (via
optional SeaTalk
to SeaTalkng
converter)
Pilot controller
SeaTalkng
1*
ST70+
●
2*
ST8002
●
3*
ST6002
●
4*
ST70
5*
ST7002
●
6*
Smart controller
● (repeat
controller only)
7
p70R
●
●
8
p70
●
●
9*
S100 remote
●
● (repeat
controller only)
MODE
STANDBY
4
5
PILOT
Note: * Items marked with an asterisk (*) have limited functionality
with the Evolution system. Refer to the SeaTalk to SeaTalkng
converter handbook (87121) for more information on these
limitations, and how to connect a SeaTalk autopilot control head
to an Evolution system.
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7
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8
9
D10450-3
S100 REMOTE
Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
2.4 Drive units
The drive unit interfaces with the vessel’s steering system. The type of drive required depends on the type of vessel and capacity of the
associated steering system.
Raymarine autopilot systems accommodate hydraulic, mechanical and power assisted stern drive systems.
Dxxxxx-x
Drive category
Available types
Suitable ACU
Drive
maximum
continuous
power output
supported by
ACU:
Hydraulic pumps
Raymarine autopilots connect to hydraulic steering systems using a rugged hydraulic pump matched
to the capacity of the hydraulic steering system.
To find a suitable pump, you'll need to know the size (in cc) of the hydraulic cylinder ram(s) mounted
to the rudder on vessels featuring an inboard engine, or to the drive unit on vessels featuring outboard
engines. Refer to your steering system documentation for this information. Alternatively, you can
look on the cylinder ram itself for the brand and model number.
Once you have this figure, refer to the Cylinder Ram Size Chart on the Raymarine website to
determine which hydraulic autopilot pump is compatible with your vessel's hydraulic steering system:
http://www.raymarine.co.uk/view/?id=209.
Type 0.5
ACU-100
7A
Type 1
ACU-200
15 A
Type 2
ACU-400
30 A
Type 3
ACU-400
30 A
Constant Running pump
(solenoid).
ACU-300
5A
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Drive category
Available types
Suitable ACU
Drive
maximum
continuous
power output
supported by
ACU:
Mechanical hydraulic linear drives
Designed for larger mechanically-steered vessels over 20,000 kg, hydraulic linear drives consist of a
reversing pump, reservoir and hydraulic ram.
A hydraulic linear drive unit connects to the rudder stock via an independent tiller arm. Accessory
fittings from your steering system manufacturer may be required. The vessel’s steering system must
be capable of being back-driven from the rudder.
Correct drive selection depends on the maximum displacement of your vessel. Additionally, both the
vessel’s fitting structure and the tiller arm (or rudder quadrant) must be able to cope with the peak
levels of thrust generated by the hydraulic linear drive. For peak thrust data, refer to the technical
specification section of the Hydraulic Linear Drive installation instructions.
Type 2 (for vessels with a
maximum displacement of
22,000 Kg).
ACU-400
30 A
Type 3 (for vessels with a
maximum displacement of
35,000 Kg).
ACU-400
30 A
Type 1 (for vessels with a
maximum displacement of
11,000 Kg).
ACU-200
15 A
Type 2 Short (for
vessels with a maximum
displacement of 15,000
Kg).
ACU-400
30 A
Type 2 Long (for
vessels with a maximum
displacement of 20,000
Kg).
ACU-400
30 A
Mechanical linear drives
Used in sailing vessels, the mechanical linear drive moves the rudder directly by pushing the tiller
arm or a rudder quadrant.
Correct drive selection depends on the maximum displacement of your vessel.
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Drive category
Available types
Suitable ACU
Drive
maximum
continuous
power output
supported by
ACU:
Mechanical rotary drives
Designed for power and sailing vessel systems that can be driven from the helm position through a
chain and sprocket e.g. cable and rod.
Optional drive sprockets and modification to the steering chain may be required.
Correct drive selection depends on the maximum displacement of your vessel.
Type 1 (for vessels with a
maximum displacement of
11,000 Kg).
ACU-200
15 A
Type 2 (for vessels with a
maximum displacement of
20,000 Kg).
ACU-400
30 A
ACU-200
15 A
Universal stern drive
For use with inboard / outboard (I/O) vessels with cable power-assisted steering.
Wheel drive — Power (Sport Drive)
Designed for smaller power vessels featuring a steering system that can be driven directly from
the helm position.
Power (for mechanically
steered vessels with a
maximum displacement of
2,000 Kg), or hydraulically
steered vessels with a
maximum displacement of
3,181 Kg).
ACU-200
15 A
Wheel drive — Sail
Designed for smaller sailing vessels featuring a steering system that can be driven directly from
the helm position.
Sail (for vessels with a
maximum displacement of
7,500 Kg).
ACU-100
7A
Tiller drive
Designed for smaller tiller-steered sailing vessels.
Plus Tiller (for vessels with
a maximum displacement
of 6,000 Kg).
ACU-100
7A
Note: When determining your vessel displacement, always add 20% to the displacement of your vessel to account for the added weight
of fuel, gear, provisions and people.
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Note:
The information provided in the preceding table is for guidance only. If you are in any doubt as to the correct drive unit for your vessel,
contact Raymarine Technical Support or an authorized Raymarine dealer.
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2.5 System integration
The Evolution components are compatible with a wide range of marine electronics devices.
1
2
4
3
5
0
SeaTalkng
0
6
7
9
10
11
8
D12629-1
Note: To prevent potential data bandwidth issues, do NOT connect an SR50 weather receiver to a SeaTalkng bus that includes
Evolution autopilot components. The SR50 should be connected to a separate system bus which is isolated from the SeaTalkng bus
connected to the Evolution components.
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Item
Device type
Maximum Quantity
Suitable Devices
Connections
1
Heading sensor and course
computer.
1
EV-1
• SeaTalkng
2
SeaTalkng backbone.
1
• SeaTalkng
• SeaTalkng
• SeaTalk via the optional
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng converter.
• SeaTalk via the optional
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng converter.
• p70.
• SeaTalkng
• p70R.
• SeaTalk via the optional
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng converter.
3
Autopilot control head.
As determined by the SeaTalkng
bus bandwidth and power loading.
Note: All SeaTalk control
heads have limited functionality
with the Evolution system.
Refer to the SeaTalk to
SeaTalkng converter handbook
(87121) for more information
on these limitations, and how
to connect a SeaTalk autopilot
control head to an Evolution
system.
• ST70 / ST70+ (limited
functionality)
• ST6002
• ST7002.
• ST8002
• S100 remote (repeat controller
only).
• Smart controller (repeat
controller only).
4
SeaTalkng multifunction displays.
Note: The Evolution EV-1
provides heading data to
multifunction displays, for use
in chart and radar functions
such as radar overlay and
MARPA.
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• New a, c, e Series: a65 / a67
/ e7 / e7D / c95 / c97 / c125 /
c127 / e95 / e97 / e125 / e127
/ e165.
• SeaTalkng
• C90W / C120W / C140W.
• E90W / E120W / E140W.
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Item
Device type
Maximum Quantity
Suitable Devices
Connections
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GPS receiver.
As determined by the SeaTalkng
bus bandwidth and power loading.
GPS position data is usually
received from a SeaTalkng
multifunction display. If your
system does NOT include a
multifunction display, or your
multifunction display does NOT
include an internal GPS receiver,
an external SeaTalkng GPS
receiver will be required.
• SeaTalkng
• SeaTalkng multifunction display
with internal GPS receiver.
• RS125 GPS (via optional
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng converter.
• RS130 GPS.
6
Drive control unit (ACU).
1
• ACU-100
• SeaTalkng
• ACU-200
• ACU-300
• ACU-400
7
Rudder reference unit.
1
8
Drive unit.
1
Planning the installation
• Refer to the “Drive Types”
section of this document for a
list of compatible drives.
• Various, depending on drive
type.
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Item
Device type
Maximum Quantity
Suitable Devices
Connections
9
AIS receiver / transceiver.
1
• AIS 350.
• SeaTalkng
• AIS 650.
Note: The Evolution system
can provide magnetic heading
information to an AIS unit.
Transmission of heading
information is optional for
AIS transceivers, and they
only transmit true heading
information, NOT magnetic.
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Speed / Depth transducer.
As determined by the SeaTalkng
bus bandwidth and power loading.
Any transducer compatible with
the iTC-5 converter or ST70
transducer pod.
• Analog transducer connections
via iTC-5 converter or ST70
transducer pod.
• Other transducer connections
via compatible Sonar Module.
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Raymarine Wind transducer.
As determined by the SeaTalkng
bus bandwidth and power loading.
• Short arm wind vane
transducer.
• Long arm wind vane transducer.
Analog transducer connections
via iTC-5 converter or ST70
transducer pod.
• Short arm masthead wind
transducer.
• Long arm masthead wind
transducer.
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2.6 Example: typical basic system —
ACU-100
7. Rudder reference unit.
8. Power supply for ACU.
9. ACU.
12 V
1
0
2
SeaTalkng
3
Note: The ACU-100 does NOT provide power to SeaTalkng. A
separate 12 V power supply is required.
SeaTalkng
4
SeaTalkng
5
6
7
8
12 V
9
SeaTalkng
D12877-1
1. Power supply for SeaTalkng.
2. EV-1.
3. Autopilot controller.
4. SeaTalkng backbone.
5. SeaTalkng 5-way connector.
6. Drive unit.
Planning the installation
25
2.7 Example: typical expanded system — ACU-100
1
2
3
5
4
SeaTalkng
6
SeaTalkng
SeaTalkng
8
10
9
SeaTalkng
12 V
0
11
12
12 V
SeaTalkng
7
D12857-1
1. GPS receiver.
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2. Multifunction display.
Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
3. Autopilot controller.
4. Instrument.
5. Wind transducer.
6. iTC-5 converter.
7. Power supply for SeaTalkng backbone.
8. Drive unit.
9. Rudder reference unit.
10. EV-1.
11. ACU.
12. Power supply for ACU.
Note: The ACU-100 does NOT provide power to the SeaTalkng
backbone. The backbone requires a separate 12 V power supply.
Planning the installation
27
2.8 Example: typical system — ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
1
3
2
5
4
SeaTalkng
6
SeaTalkng
SeaTalkng
11
7
8
9
SeaTalkng
6
0
SeaTalkng
10
0
12
13
12 / 24 V
D12668-1
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Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
1. GPS receiver.
2. Multifunction display.
3. Autopilot controller and instruments (e.g. helm 1).
4. Autopilot controller and instruments (e.g. helm 2).
5. Wind transducer.
6. iTC-5 converter.
7. Depth transducer.
8. Speed transducer.
9. Drive unit.
10. Rudder reference unit.
11. EV-1.
12. ACU (also supplying power to SeaTalkng bus).
13. Power supply.
Planning the installation
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2.9 Seatalkng
SeaTalkng (Next Generation) is an enhanced protocol for connection
of compatible marine instruments and equipment. It replaces the
older SeaTalk and SeaTalk2 protocols.
SeaTalkng utilizes a single backbone to which compatible
instruments connect using a spur. Data and power are carried within
the backbone. Devices that have a low draw can be powered from
the network, although high current equipment will need to have a
separate power connection.
SeaTalkng is a proprietary extension to NMEA 2000 and the proven
CAN bus technology. Compatible NMEA 2000 and SeaTalk /
SeaTalk2 devices can also be connected using the appropriate
interfaces or adaptor cables as required.
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Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
Chapter 3: Cables and connections
Chapter contents
•
3.1 General cabling guidance on page 32
•
3.2 Connections on page 33
•
3.3 Power connection on page 35
•
3.4 Drive connection on page 40
•
3.5 SeaTalkng connection on page 45
•
3.6 SeaTalk connection on page 50
•
3.7 Rudder reference connection on page 51
•
3.8 Sleep switch connection — ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400 on page 53
Cables and connections
31
3.1 General cabling guidance
• Do NOT run cables near to engines or fluorescent lights.
Always route data cables as far away as possible from:
Cable types and length
• other equipment and cables,
It is important to use cables of the appropriate type and length
• Unless otherwise stated use only standard cables of the correct
type, supplied by Raymarine.
• Ensure that any non-Raymarine cables are of the correct quality
and gauge. For example, longer power cable runs may require
larger wire gauges to minimize voltage drop along the run.
• high current carrying ac and dc power lines,
• antennae.
Strain relief
Ensure adequate strain relief is provided. Protect connectors from
strain and ensure they will not pull out under extreme sea conditions.
Routing cables
Cables must be routed correctly, to maximize performance and
prolong cable life.
• Do NOT bend cables excessively. Wherever possible, ensure a
minimum bend diameter of 200 mm (8 in) / minimum bend radius
of 100 mm (4 in).
Circuit isolation
Appropriate circuit isolation is required for installations using both
AC and DC current:
• Always use isolating transformers or a separate power-inverter
to run PC’s, processors, displays and other sensitive electronic
instruments or devices.
• Always use an isolating transformer with Weather FAX audio
cables.
200 mm (8 in)
100 mm (4 in)
• Always use an isolated power supply when using a 3rd party
audio amplifier.
• Always use an RS232/NMEA converter with optical isolation on
the signal lines.
• Protect all cables from physical damage and exposure to heat.
Use trunking or conduit where possible. Do NOT run cables
through bilges or doorways, or close to moving or hot objects.
• Always make sure that PC’s or other sensitive electronic devices
have a dedicated power circuit.
• Secure cables in place using tie-wraps or lacing twine. Coil any
extra cable and tie it out of the way.
Cable shielding
• Where a cable passes through an exposed bulkhead or deckhead,
use a suitable watertight feed-through.
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Ensure that all data cables are properly shielded that the cable
shielding is intact (e.g. hasn’t been scraped off by being squeezed
through a tight area).
Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
3.2 Connections
Connections overview — ACU-100
Connections overview — EV-1 and EV-2
1
_
+
RUDDER
1
2
A
P OWER
3
4
B
MOTOR
5
D12861-1
1. SeaTalkng.
2
2. Rudder reference connection.
3. Power in.
4. RF Ground.
D12670-1
5. Motor (drive) connection.
1. SeaTalkng.
2. DeviceNet.
Important: The DeviceNet port is for use with the EV-2 only. Do
NOT connect this port on the EV-1 unit.
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Connections overview — ACU-200
1
2
Connections overview — ACU-300
3
4
5
1
ACU 200
Raymarine UK Lt d
OFF
ON
4
5
POWE R
SOLENOID
6
ACU 300
Raymarine UK Lt d
MADE IN HUNGARY
MADE IN HUNGARY
RUDDER
6
24V
CLUTCH
12V
A
POWE R
B
24V
GROUND
RUDDER
MOTOR
7
7
BYPASS
P OWER, 15 AMP
SLEEP
12V
P OWER, 20 AMP
SLEEP
A
GROUND
B
SOLENOID
8
D12671-1
D12672-1
1. SeaTalkng.
1. SeaTalkng.
2. Sleep switch.
2. Sleep switch.
3. Power in.
3. Power in.
4. Motor (drive) connection.
4. Solenoid A and B drive out.
5. RF ground.
5. Solenoid drive return.
6. Rudder reference connection.
6. RF ground.
7. Clutch connection — selectable between 12 / 24 V to suit
connected device.
7. Rudder reference connection.
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3
POWE R
ON
, 3 AMP
, 3 AMP
POWE R
OFF
2
8. Bypass valve (solenoid drive output) — selectable between 12
/ 24 V.
Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
3.3 Power connection
Connections overview — ACU-400
1
2
3
4
5
6
Power connection — EV-1
The power for the EV-1 unit is provided by the SeaTalkng system.
• The units must be connected to a SeaTalkng backbone. This is
typically achieved using a SeaTalkng 5-way connector block or
T-piece connector.
, 3 AMP
POWE R
OFF
ON
ACU 400
Raymarine UK Lt d
MADE IN HUNGARY
SLEEP
12V
RUDDER
24V
CLUTCH
P OWER, 40 AMP
DIO
• The SeaTalkng system requires only ONE 12 V power source.
This can be provided by:
A
POWE R
B
GROUND
MOTOR
– A battery.
– An Evolution ACU, via a SeaTalkng system.
7
8
D12673-1
1. SeaTalkng.
2. Digital input / output.
3. Sleep switch.
4. Power in.
5. Motor (drive) connection.
If your vessel has a 24 V supply a suitable voltage convertor is
required.
• The power source must be protected by a 5 A fuse or a circuit
breaker providing equivalent protection.
• SeaTalkng cables carry both data and power signals. The power is
supplied to the EV-1 via a SeaTalkng spur cable.
• Refer to the SeaTalkng reference manual for more information on
general SeaTalkng power requirements.
6. RF ground.
7. Rudder reference connection.
8. Clutch connection — selectable between 12 / 24 V to suit
connected device.
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Power connection — ACU-100
Power to the ACU-100 unit must be from an appropriately fused
and rated supply.
Power connection — ACU-200, ACU-300,
ACU-400
Power to the ACU unit must be from an appropriately fused and
rated supply.
+
_
1
P OWER
P OWER
1
P OWER
AB
2
AB
2
D12867-1
1. ACU-100 connection panel.
D11946-3
2. Power distribution panel.
1. ACU connection panel.
Power connection colors
2. Power distribution panel.
Color
Description
A
Red
Power in +ve (12 V)
B
Black
Power in -ve (0 V)
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Power connection colors
Color
Description
A
Red
Power in +ve (12 / 24 V)
B
Black
Power in -ve (0 V)
Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
Grounding — Dedicated drain wire required
Fuses and circuit protection
This product includes a dedicated drain conductor (screen) for
connection to a vessel's RF ground point.
It is important that an effective RF ground is connected to the
unit. The unit can be grounded by connecting the drain conductor
(screen) to the vessel's RF ground point. On vessels without an RF
ground system the drain conductor (screen) should be connected
directly to the negative battery terminal.
The dc power system should be either:
There are 3 levels of power protection in the autopilot system. The
motor and associated cables are initially protected by the current
sensing and stall condition detection within the ACU hardware and
software. A second level of protection is provided to these parts and
the ACU components by the unit's main power fuse. Protection for
the entire autopilot system and its wiring back to the main power
distribution panel is provided by your vessel’s circuit breaker / fuse.
• Negative grounded, with the negative battery terminal connected
to the vessel's ground; or
Protect the power supply for the Evolution system at the distribution
board with a fuse or circuit breaker that is suitable for the ACU.
For guidance, refer to main power fuse rating stated on the ACU
connector panel. If in doubt, consult your local dealer.
• Floating, with neither battery terminal connected to the vessel's
ground.
If several items require grounding, they may first be connected
to a single local point (e.g. within a switch panel), with this point
connected via a single, appropriately-rated conductor, to the
vessel’s common RF ground point.
Power supply circuit protection
Internal fuses
The ACU uses standard automotive blade fuses. Spare fuses are
located on the underside of the removable cover.
Implementation
The preferred minimum requirement for the path to ground is via a
flat tinned copper braid, with a 30 A rating (1/4 inch) or greater. If
this is not possible, an equivalent stranded wire conductor maybe
used, rated as follows:
• for runs of <1 m (3 ft), use 6 mm2 (#10 AWG) or greater.
• for runs of >1 m (3 ft), use 8 mm2 (#8 AWG) or greater.
In any grounding system, always keep the length of connecting
braid or wires as short as possible.
References
• ISO10133/13297
• BMEA code of practice
• NMEA 0400
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Sharing a breaker
ACU-100
Where more than 1 piece of equipment shares a breaker you must
provide protection for the individual circuits. E.g. by connecting an
in-line fuse for each power circuit.
-
+
1
2
1
ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
3
POWER
, 3 AMP
OFF
ON
Raymarine UK Lt d
P OWER
MADE IN HUNGARY
GROUND
POWE R
2
3
D12678-2
4
4
Note: For clarity, only the power and fuse-related connections
are shown in the illustration above.
D11637-2
1. Power fuse (accessible via the removable cover).
1
Positive (+) bar
2. SeaTalkng fuse (fuse power supply from ACU to SeaTalkng
backbone).
2
Negative (-) bar
3. Power fuse (labelled with total power consumed by system).
3
Circuit breaker
Fuse ratings
4
Fuse
Power
(ACU-100)
SeaTalkng
Power
(ACU-200)
Power
(ACU-300)
Power
(ACU-400)
10 A
3A
20 A
15 A
40 A
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Where possible, connect individual items of equipment to individual
circuit breakers. Where this is not possible, use individual in-line
fuses to provide the necessary protection.
Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
Power and drive cables
Power and drive cable selection
Important electrical considerations when planning cable runs and
equipment location.
The amount of electrical current available to the autopilot system
components will be impacted by the length and gauge of the cables
used to connect all the components. When determining the cable
required for the power and drive connections it is necessary to
consider the combined cable length of both connections.
3
2
Supply
voltage
Max. length
(A+B)
Cable size
Type 0.5 hydraulic
pump
12 V
0–7 m (0–23 ft)
2.5 mm2 (14 AWG)
7–10 m
(23–32.8 ft)
4 mm2 (12 AWG)
• Type 1 drive
12 V
0–7 m (0–23 ft)
2.5 mm2 (14 AWG)
7–10 m
(23–32.8 ft)
4 mm2 (12 AWG)
0–5 m
(0–16.4 ft)
6 mm2 (10 AWG)
5–7 m
(16.4–23 ft)
10 mm2 (8 AWG)
0–3 m (0–9.8 ft)
4 mm2 (12 AWG)
3–5 m
(9.8–16.4 ft)
6 mm2 (10 AWG)
5–10 m
(16.4–32.8 ft)
10 mm2 (8 AWG)
12 V
0–5 m
(0–16.4 ft)
10 mm2 (8 AWG)
24 V
0–5 m
(0–16.4 ft)
6 mm2 (10 AWG)
5–7 m
(16.4–23 ft)
10 mm2 (8 AWG)
Drive
• CR pump
(ACU–300
only)
1
Type 2 drive
12 V
0
24 V
B
A
D12681-1
1. ACU (Actuator Control Unit).
2. Power supply / distribution panel.
3. Drive unit.
Cables and connections
Type 3 drive
39
3.4 Drive connection
Supply
voltage
Max. length
(A+B)
Cable size
Wheel drive —
Sail
12 V
0–7 m (0–23 ft)
2.5 mm2 (14 AWG)
Drive connection — ACU-100
7–10 m
(23–32.8 ft)
4 mm2 (12 AWG)
Drive connection
Wheel drive —
Power (Sport
Drive)
12 V
0–7 m (0–23 ft)
2.5 mm2 (14 AWG)
7–10 m
(23–32.8 ft)
4 mm2 (12 AWG)
Tiller drive
12 V
0–7 m (0–23 ft)
2.5 mm2 (14 AWG)
7–10 m
(23–32.8 ft)
4 mm2 (12 AWG)
Drive
The drive connects to the connection panel of the ACU.
+
RUDDER
Important: Use of an incorrect power cable size will reduce the
power supplied to the drive unit and could cause your autopilot to
malfunction. If in doubt, use a heavier gauge cable. Keep cable
runs to a minimum where possible, and also observe the guidance
provided in the location requirements section of this document.
_
P OWER
A
B
MOTOR
ACU-100
D12868-1
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Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
Note: The connection colors for the motor cables may be different
depending on the drive.
12V
24V
ACU-100
RUDDER
P OWER
Motor power output
CLUTCH
A
P OWER
B
MOTOR
7 A (maximum continuous output)
Note: The motor output has full short-circuit and over-current
protection. Should either of the motor output connections be
shorted to ground, there should be no permanent damage to
the autopilot.
1
AB
2
Drive and clutch connection — ACU-200 and
ACU-400
Drive connection
The drive connects to the connection panel of the ACU.
D12680-1
1. Clutch (not all drives have this connection).
2. Motor / drive (not all compatible variants are shown in the
illustration above).
Clutch connection colors
Cables and connections
Color
Description
A
Red
Clutch +ve
B
Blue
Clutch -ve
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Motor power output
Clutch voltage switch
ACU–200
ACU-400
15 A (maximum continuous output)
30 A (maximum continuous output)
Note: The motor output has full short-circuit and over-current
protection. Should either of the motor output connections be
shorted to ground, there should be no permanent damage to
the autopilot.
Clutch power output
ACU–200
ACU-400
Up to 2A continuous at 12 V on 12 V
and 24 V systems.
• Up to 4 A continuous at 12 V on
12 V systems.
• Up to 4 A continuous at 24 V on
24 V systems.
• Up to 4 A continuous at 12 V on
24 V systems.
Note: The use of a clutch drive will have an impact on the amount
of electrical current available to the SeaTalkng system. On 24 V
systems, there is an 8 A / 12 V maximum supply for the SeaTalkng
system and clutch drive combined. For example, if the clutch
requires 4 A, the SeaTalkng supply can only deliver 4 A to the
rest of the SeaTalkng system.
D10452-2
If the drive has a separate clutch connection, you must ensure
that the clutch voltage switch on the ACU is set correctly to suit
the connected drive.
Important: To avoid potential damage to equipment, ensure
voltage selector switch is set to the correct setting. The clutch
voltage may be different from that of the drive itself, for example
the range of both 12 V and 24 V Raymarine drives all have a 12 V
clutch. If in doubt, consult your local dealer.
Note: The clutch output on all ACU variants has full short-circuit
and over-current protection. Should either of the clutch output
connections be shorted to ground, there should be no permanent
damage to the autopilot.
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Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
Drive and bypass valve connection - ACU-300
Constant Running Pump (solenoid) drives connect to the connection
panel of the ACU-300.
Solenoid drive connection
Note: If an electronic steering or jog lever is used, fit diodes
(suggested type: 1N4004) in-line with the solenoid outputs to
prevent back-feeding the ACU.
Bypass valve connection and voltage switch
Some drives feature an electrically-operated bypass valve to
minimize the effect on the steering when the autopilot is in standby.
A
P OWER
1
GRO UND
B
SOLENOID
SOLENOID
If the drive has a separate bypass valve, connect it to the Bypass
connection on the ACU, ensuring that the voltage selection switch is
set correctly to 12 V / 24 V as appropriate.
Important: To avoid potential damage to equipment, ensure
voltage selector switch is set to the correct setting. The bypass
valve voltage may be different from that of the drive itself. If in
doubt, consult the manufacturer of the drive unit.
2
3
4
12 V
24 V
5
D12684-1
BYPASS
1. Electronic steering / jog lever (if required).
2. Back-feed protection diodes (if using an electronic steering or
jog lever).
3. Drive out.
4. Drive return.
AB
D12685-1
5. Solenoid valves (with diodes across spool valves).
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Bypass valve connection colors
Color
Description
A
Red
Bypass valve +ve
B
Blue
Bypass valve -ve
SCN CMD
DIO
ACK
3
1
VMU adapter connection — ACU-400
The ACU-400 interfaces to the ZF-Marine VMU (sail pod drive)
using the VMU adapter. The VMU adapter connects to the ACU-400
as shown.
SCN
, 2 AMP
2
SCN
CMD
ACK
CMD
ACK
D11930-2
1
1. ACU-400.
SLEEP
2. VMU adapter.
3. ZF-Marine VMU (Connection to sail pod drive).
, 2 AMP
DIO
2
Note: The screen wire is terminated at the ZF-Marine VMU and
VMU adaptor. It is NOT connected at the ACU-400.
Raymarine recommends the following cable specification:
• 4-core (22 AWG) with overall screen.
VMU
D12687-1
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Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
3.5 SeaTalkng connection
1. Screen.
2. 12 V (red wire).
SeaTalkng connection — ACU-100
3. 0 V ground (black wire).
The ACU-100 connects to the SeaTalkng backbone using the
supplied spur cable.
4. CAN HI (white wire).
5. CAN LO (blue wire).
6. ACU-100 connector panel.
7. SeaTalkng spur cable (supplied).
8. SeaTalkng backbone.
+
1
2
_
P OWER
RUDDER
3
A
B
MOTOR
Note: The ACU-100 does NOT provide power to the SeaTalkng
backbone. The backbone requires a separate 12 V power supply.
6
4
5
7
8
SeaTalkng
D12871-1
Cables and connections
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SeaTalkng connection — ACU-200, ACU-300,
ACU-400
3. Helm position with SeaTalkng instrument.
The ACU-200, ACU-300, and ACU-400 are connected to a
compatible autopilot control head using SeaTalkng.
5. Helm position with SeaTalkng autopilot control head.
4. ACU (Actuator Control Unit).
6. Helm position with SeaTalkng instrument.
SeaTalkng autopilot
You can connect an autopilot control head at each helm position.
0
Note: Only SeaTalkng autopilot control heads can be connected
directly to the backbone.
SeaTalkng connection to ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
2
The ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400 connect to the SeaTalkng
backbone using the supplied spur cable.
3
SeaTalkng
0
4
1
5
POWE R
, 3 AMP
1
OFF
ON
6
2
3
4
SeaTalkng
D12786-1
1. EV-1 Attitude Heading Reference Sensor (AHRS).
2. Helm position with SeaTalkng autopilot control head.
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D12682-1
Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
Note: For clarity, only the power-related ACU connections are
shown in the illustration above.
SeaTalkng connection — EV-1 and EV-2
The EV unit is connected to the autopilot system using SeaTalkng.
1. SeaTalkng power switch.
2. ACU connector panel.
3. Evolution to SeaTalkng spur cable.
4. SeaTalkng backbone.
Note: Connection at the backbone may be a SeaTalkng
T-piece or 5-way block (not shown).
SeaTalkng power switch (ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400 only)
The ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400 can provide power to the
SeaTalkng backbone. This will provide power to certain equipment
connected to the backbone (e.g. SeaTalkng autopilot control head
and instruments).
Set the SeaTalkng power switch on the connector panel to the
appropriate position:
• ON — The ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400 will supply power to the
SeaTalkng backbone. Ensure that there are no other power feeds
connected into the backbone.
• OFF — The ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400 will NOT supply power
to the SeaTalkng backbone. Ensure that there is a separate power
feed to the SeaTalkng backbone.
Important: Use correct fuse. The fuse supplying the SeaTalkng
system MUST be rated as per the value shown on the ACU
connector panel.
D12683-1
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Evolution SeaTalkng cable kit
A SeaTalkng cable kit is available for Evolution components.
This cable kit provides the cables required to make all the SeaTalkng
connections for some typical Evolution systems. The kit is supplied
with certain Evolution systems. The kit is also available as an
optional accessory, part number R70160. If you require additional
SeaTalkng cables or accessories to complete your installation, refer
to SeaTalkng cables and accessories for a list of part numbers.
Item
Description
Quantity
Length
4
SeaTalkng 5-way
connector block.
1
—
5
SeaTalkng T-piece.
2
—
6
SeaTalkng terminator.
2
—
SeaTalkng cables and accessories
Cable kit contents
SeaTalkng cables and accessories for use with compatible products.
1
2
Description
Part No
Notes
SeaTalkng starter kit
T70134
Includes:
• 1 x 5 Way connector (A06064)
3
• 2 x Backbone terminator
(A06031)
4
• 1 x 3 m (9.8 ft) spur cable
(A06040)
• 1 x Power cable (A06049)
5
SeaTalkng Backbone Kit
6
D12759-2
A25062
Includes:
• 2 x 5 m (16.4 ft) Backbone cable
(A06036)
Item
Description
Quantity
Length
• 1 x 20 m (65.6 ft) Backbone
cable (A06037)
1
SeaTalkng power
cable.
1
0.4 m (1.3 ft)
• 4 x T-piece (A06028)
2
SeaTalkng backbone
cable
1
5 m (16.4 ft)
3
SeaTalkng spur cable.
1
0.4 m (1.3 ft)
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•
2 x Backbone terminator
(A06031)
• 1 x Power cable (A06049)
Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
Description
Part No
SeaTalkng 0.4 m (1.3 ft)
spur
A06038
SeaTalkng 1 m (3.3 ft)
spur
A06039
SeaTalkng 3 m (9.8 ft)
spur
Description
Part No
SeaTalkng Power cable
A06049
SeaTalkng Terminator
A06031
SeaTalkng T-piece
A06028
Provides 1 x spur connection
A06040
SeaTalkng 5–way
connector
A06064
Provides 3 x spur connections
SeaTalkng 5 m (16.4 ft)
spur
A06041
SeaTalkng backbone
extender
A06030
SeaTalkng 0.4 m (1.3 ft)
elbow spur
A06042
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng
converter kit
E22158
Allows the connection of SeaTalk
devices to a SeaTalkng system.
SeaTalkng 0.4 m (1.3 ft)
backbone
A06033
SeaTalkng Inline
terminator
A80001
Provides direct connection of a
spur cable to the end of a backbone
cable. No T-piece required.
SeaTalkng 1 m (3.3 ft)
backbone
A06034
SeaTalkng Blanking plug
A06032
SeaTalkng 3 m (9.8 ft)
backbone
A06035
ACU / SPX SeaTalkng
spur cable 0.3 m (1.0 ft)
R12112
SeaTalkng 5 m (16.4 ft)
backbone
A06036
SeaTalk (3 pin) to
SeaTalkng adaptor cable
0.4 m (1.3 ft)
A06047
SeaTalkng 9 m (29.5 ft)
backbone
A06068
SeaTalk to SeaTalkng spur
1 m (3.3 ft) spur
A22164
SeaTalkng 20 m (65.6 ft)
backbone
A06037
A06048
SeaTalkng to bare ends 1
m (3.3 ft) spur
A06043
SeaTalk2 (5 pin) to
SeaTalkng adaptor cable
0.4 m (1.3 ft)
A06044
DeviceNet adaptor cable
(Female)
A06045
SeaTalkng to bare ends 3
m (9.8 ft) spur
Cables and connections
Notes
Notes
Connects an SPX course computer
or an ACU to a SeaTalkng backbone.
Allows the connection of NMEA
2000 devices to a SeaTalkng
system.
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Description
Part No
Notes
3.6 SeaTalk connection
DeviceNet adaptor cable
(Male)
A06046
Allows the connection of NMEA
2000 devices to a SeaTalkng
system.
The Evolution system is designed for use with the latest SeaTalkng
autopilot control heads. You can also use a SeaTalk autopilot control
head, but with limited functionality.
DeviceNet adaptor cable
(Female) to bare ends.
E05026
Allows the connection of NMEA
2000 devices to a SeaTalkng
system.
Refer to the SeaTalk to SeaTalkng converter handbook (87121) for
more information on these limitations, and how to connect a SeaTalk
autopilot control head to an Evolution system.
DeviceNet adaptor cable
(Male) to bare ends.
E05027
Allows the connection of NMEA
2000 devices to a SeaTalkng
system.
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3.7 Rudder reference connection
A rudder reference sensor unit can be connected to the ACU to
provide rudder angle information to the autopilot system.
The connection of a rudder reference unit is highly recommended,
to help ensure optimum autopilot performance.
A rudder reference unit converts its movement information to rudder
angle in +/- degrees.
Certain environmental conditions such as cross-current can cause
the autopilot system to steer persistently to port or starboard, even
when the rudder is centered. With a rudder reference unit connected
to your autopilot system, you can use an autopilot control head to
specify an offset angle in +/- degrees to compensate for inaccurate
rudder angle information caused by such conditions.
The more accurate the rudder angle information, the more
accurately the autopilot system can keep to a correct course.
The rudder reference unit connection to the ACU connection panel
is shown below.
Cables and connections
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ACU-100
+
_
P OWER
RUDDER
A
B
MOTOR
1234
ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
SLEEP
12V
CLUTCH
P OWER
RUDDER
24V
P OWER
1234
D12669-2
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Item
Wire color — ACU-100
Wire color — ACU-200,
ACU-300, ACU-400
1
Red
Grey (screen)
2
Blue
Red
3
Green
Green
4
Grey (screen)
Blue
Note: Where there are multiple sources of rudder reference
information, the Evolution system components will ignore rudder
inputs from any rudder reference units that are NOT connected
directly to an Evolution ACU.
3.8 Sleep switch connection — ACU-200,
ACU-300, ACU-400
A Sleep switch disables the operation of the autopilot while retaining
any power supplied to the SeaTalkng bus.
POWER
OFF
ON
SLEEP
D12688-1
The switch and associated cable are not supplied with the Evolution
system. Contact your dealer or drive manufacturer for more
information.
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Chapter 4: Installation
Chapter contents
•
4.1 EV-1 Installation on page 56
•
4.2 ACU Installation on page 60
•
4.3 Post-installation checks on page 65
•
4.4 Autopilot system setup on page 66
•
4.5 LED indications — EV-1 on page 67
•
4.6 LED indications — ACU-100 on page 68
•
4.7 Alarms on page 69
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4.1 EV-1 Installation
Location requirements — EV–1 and EV–2
The installation location must take into account the following
requirements:
• Install above or below decks.
• Mount on a horizontal and level surface. The unit may be
mounted upright or upside-down, but the back and front of the unit
must be level within 5º of pitch and 5º of roll (compared with the
vessel’s neutral position when at rest and normally loaded).
0
0
1
• Install flat on a deck, or mounted to a bulkhead, mast or other
vertical surface, using the supplied bracket to fit and orient the
unit horizontally.
0
• Location must be at least 1 m (3 ft.) away from any source of
magnetic interference, such as compasses and electrical cables.
• Safe from physical damage and excessive vibration.
1
• Away from any source of heat.
• Away from any potential flammable hazard, such as fuel vapors.
• Must be mounted with the arrow on the top of the unit in parallel
alignment with the vessel’s longitudinal axis. Position the arrow
on the unit facing forward in the direction of the arrows shown in
the following illustration:
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D12689-1
1. Vessel’s longitudinal axis.
Evolution EV-1, ACU-100, ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
Dimensions — EV–1 and EV–2
95 mm (3.8 in)
35 mm (1.4 in)
128 mm (5.0 in)
D12691-1
Deck mounting the EV-1
Important: The installation must only be performed with the
vessel either on hard standing, or tied-up alongside a pontoon
or berth.
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6
0
3
5
2
1. Use the supplied deck mounting template to drill 4 holes in the
mounting surface, plus a hole of a suitable size for the SeaTalkng
cable. Affix the small sealing ring to the groove located on the
bottom of the mounting tray.
2. Affix the tray to the mounting surface and secure using the
supplied screws in the 4 positions indicated in the above
illustration.
3. Affix the large sealing ring into the groove on the upper side of
the mounting tray.
4. Pull the SeaTalkng cable through the mounting surface hole and
the mounting tray. Insert the plug into the EV-1 unit.
5. Secure the EV-1 unit to the mounting tray by positioning and
inserting carefully in alignment with the grooves in the mounting
tray.
Important: The EV-1 unit must be mounted with the arrow on the
top of the unit in parallel alignment with the vessel’s longitudinal
axis.
6. Place the EV-1 mounting trim over the EV-1 unit.
Bracket mounting the EV-1
Important: The installation must only be performed with the
vessel either on hard standing, or tied-up alongside a pontoon
or berth.
4
1
D12695-1
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7
000
4
000
0
6
3
2
1. Affix the small sealing ring to the groove located on the bottom
of the mounting bracket.
2. Affix the tray to the mounting bracket and secure using the
supplied screws in the 3 positions indicated in the above
illustration.
3. Affix the large sealing ring into the groove on the upper side of
the mounting tray.
4. Affix the bracket to the mounting surface using the supplied
mounting template. Secure the bracket using the supplied
screws in the 3 positions indicated in the illustration above.
5. Pull the SeaTalkng cable through the mounting bracket hole and
the mounting tray. Insert the plug into the EV-1 unit.
6. Secure the EV-1 unit to the mounting tray by positioning and
inserting carefully in alignment with the grooves in the mounting
tray.
Important: The EV-1 unit must be mounted with the arrow on the
top of the unit in parallel alignment with the vessel’s longitudinal
axis.
7. Place the EV-1 mounting trim over the EV-1 unit and push the
trim together with the mounting tray until the 2 items click into
position.
1
000
5
D12693-1
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Dismantling the EV-1 and EV-2 enclosure
4.2 ACU Installation
Once the mounting trim and mounting bracket are clicked into
position with the EV-1 or EV-2 unit inside, you must release the clips
if you need to subsequently remove the unit from the enclosure.
Location requirements — ACU
0
The installation location must take into account the following
requirements:
• ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400 — install below decks in a dry area.
• ACU-100 — install above or below decks.
• Safe from physical damage and excessive vibration.
• Away from any source of heat.
• Away from any potential flammable hazard, such as fuel vapors.
D12775-1
1. Push the end point of a pencil or similar tool into one of the clips
located around the outside edge of the EV-1 or EV-2 enclosure.
The mounting trim will be released from the mounting bracket.
2. If necessary, repeat for all 4 clips located around the EV-1 or
EV-2 enclosure, until the mounting trim is completely released.
Note: To avoid potential damage or permanent markings to the
clips, only use a non-abrasive and non-permanent marking tool to
perform the above procedure.
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Dimensions — ACU-100
Mounting the ACU-100
Important: The installation must only be performed with the
vessel either on hard standing, or tied-up alongside a pontoon
or berth.
140 mm (5.5 in)
1. Using an appropriate screwdriver, undo the screws located on
the top cover and remove the top cover from the ACU.
180 mm (7.1 in)
52 mm
(2.0 in)
159.3 mm (6.3 in)
0
0
D12872-1
D12873-1
Once the cover is removed, the unit’s mounting holes are
accessible.
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2. Mount the ACU in an appropriate location and secure to the
mounting surface using the supplied screws.
3
4
D12875-1
D12874-1
You should also mount the autopilot control head and rudder
reference unit (if appropriate) at this time.
3. To access the screw terminals for connecting the cables to the
ACU, remove the screw terminal connectors from the sockets,
as shown in the following illustration:
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4. Insert the relevant wires from the SeaTalkng spur cable into the
SeaTalkng screw terminals, as shown in the illustration above.
Tighten the screws to secure the wires. Repeat for all required
connections.
5. Push the screw terminals back into the connector panel,
ensuring a tight connection.
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6. Route the cables through the cable guides located on the lower
lip of the unit.
Raymarine recommends that you use cable ties to secure the
cables to the unit.
7. Once all connections are made and the cables correctly routed
in the guides, replace the ACU cover, ensuring a tight fit between
the cover’s rubber seal and the cables.
8. Using the supplied screws, secure the cover to the unit, ensuring
that the clips are aligned and secured (along with an audible
click):
0
0
D12876-1
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0
211.5 mm (8.3 in)
Dimensions — ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
00
0
261 mm (10.3 in)
64.5 mm
(2.5 in)
D12692-1
285 mm (11.2 in)
D12690-1
Mounting the ACU-200, ACU-300, ACU-400
Important: The installation must only be performed with the
vessel either on hard standing, or tied-up alongside a pontoon
or berth.
You should also mount the autopilot control head and rudder
reference unit (if appropriate) at this time.
00 and any other cables required for
2. Route the power, data
connection to the ACU.
3. Make all necessary connections into the ACU connector panel.
The connector panel is accessed by removing the front cover.
A
B
1.
1. Mount the ACU in an appropriate location and secure with the
screws supplied.
2.
D10449-2
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• A — Unlock cover panel
• B — Lock cover panel
4.3 Post-installation checks
These checks should be carried out after installation, and prior to
the commissioning of the autopilot system.
1. Switch on power to the autopilot system and associated
equipment.
• ACU (for EV-1 systems only).
• Autopilot control head.
• SeaTalkng data bus (if this has its own power supply).
2. Check that the autopilot control head powers up. If the display is
blank press and hold the Power key for 2 seconds.
3. Check the display for error messages that could indicate a
problem with the installation.
For assistance with diagnosing faults:
• Refer to the troubleshooting information supplied with the
product, or
• contact Raymarine customer support.
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4.4 Autopilot system setup
Important: Before using the autopilot system it is essential
that it is properly commissioned in accordance with the setup
instructions.
1. Perform an initial power-on test to ensure all components are
working correctly.
2. Refer to the latest version of the 81331 p70 / p70R User
reference handbook for detailed instructions on how to setup
the Evolution autopilot system.
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4.5 LED indications — EV-1
LED color
LED code
Status
Action required
Solid green
Normal operation.
• None (normal power up takes <1
minute.)
Long flash green on (x1),
long flash off. Cycle
repeats after 2 seconds.
Unit is initializing; no pilot
or compass functions
currently available.
• None (normal power up takes <1
minute.)
Short flash red on (x2), long
flash off. Cycle repeats
after 4 seconds.
No SeaTalkng connection.
• Ensure network is powered.
• Ensure network cable and
connections are secure and free
from damage.
• If problem persists contact
Raymarine technical support.
Short flash red on (x7), long
flash off. Cycle repeats
after 9 seconds.
Installation
SeaTalkng connected but
not receiving data.
• If problem persists contact
Raymarine technical support.
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4.6 LED indications — ACU-100
LED color
LED code
Status
Action required
Solid green
Normal operation.
• None (normal power up takes <1
minute.)
Short flash red on (x2), long
flash off. Cycle repeats
after 4 seconds.
No SeaTalkng connection.
• Ensure network is powered.
• Ensure network cable and
connections are secure and free
from damage.
• If problem persists contact
Raymarine technical support.
Short flash red on (x7), long
flash off. Cycle repeats
after 9 seconds.
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SeaTalkng connected but
not receiving data.
• If problem persists contact
Raymarine technical support.
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4.7 Alarms
Alarms are raised by the autopilot system to alert you to mechanical and electrical conditions requiring your attention.
The Evolution components transmit alarm alerts on the SeaTalkng network for display on autopilot control heads and multifunction displays,
along with an audible alert. The Evolution components stop raising an alarm when the alarm condition ceases or the alarm is acknowledged
on the autopilot control head or multifunction display. If the alarm is safety-critical it will be raised again after a timed delay.
Unless otherwise stated in the table below, you should respond to alarms by selecting OK or Acknowledge on your autopilot control
head or multifunction display.
Alarm Message
Possible causes
Solution
OFF COURSE
Autopilot has deviated from planned course.
Check your vessel position and if necessary take
manual control to steer the vessel back on course.
WIND SHIFT
Autopilot is unable to maintain navigation to the
current wind angle.
LOW BATTERY
Power supply voltage has dropped below acceptable
limits. Caused by low battery voltage or voltage drop
at the ACU unit (EV-1 systems only), due to poor
connections or inadequate wiring.
Acknowledge the alarm and then start the engine to
recharge the battery. If problem persists, check wiring
connections and that the quality and gauge of wiring
is adequate for the current draw of the drive unit.
LARGE XTE
Large cross-track error. The autopilot has deviated
more than expected from a planned course.
Check your vessel position and if necessary take
manual control to steer the vessel back on course.
CU DISCONNECTED
The autopilot control head has been disconnected.
• Check the physical cables and connections
between the autopilot control head and the
SeaTalkng system. Also between the EV-1 / EV-2
and the SeaTalkng system.
• If the autopilot control head is connected via
a SeaTalk to SeaTalkng converter, check the
converter is using the latest software version.
AUTO RELEASE
Installation
Possible fault with rudder reference unit. Alternatively,
if your autopilot system includes a stern I/O drive,
you have taken manual control of the steering while
the pilot is in Auto mode.
• Check rudder reference unit connections.
• For systems using the Volvo Penta EVC drive
interface unit, check the unit is operating correctly.
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Alarm Message
Possible causes
Solution
WAYPOINT ADVANCE
The autopilot has steered the vessel to the current
waypoint.
Acknowledge the turn to the next waypoint.
DRIVE STOPPED
• Motor / steering has not moved within 20 seconds
of a course change command.
• Check the rudder reference unit has been installed
correctly to reflect the limits and end-stops of the
vessel’s rudder system.
• The autopilot is unable to turn the rudder (either
because the weather load on the helm is too high,
or if the rudder position sensor has passed beyond
the preset rudder limits or rudder end-stops.
• Autopilot resets due to an external event (such as
use of the sleep switch, or faulty wiring causing the
autopilot components to power cycle).
• Autopilot resets due to software error.
• For EV-1 systems, check ACU drive output voltage
and drive and clutch voltage output (if applicable).
• For EV-1 systems, check all connections to ACU.
• Check all connections to drive unit.
• Check that the drive unit operates and is not
stalled.
• Check steering system is secure.
NO RUDDER REFERENCE
No rudder reference unit is detected, or the rudder
reference unit has turned outside its operational
range (50 degrees).
If a rudder reference unit is installed, check the wiring.
Inspect the unit for possible damage.
STALL DETECTED
Motor speed dropped too low for given course change
or motor stalling. This can be caused by a faulty
drive unit or steering fault. Alternatively, the steering
hard-over time may be too slow.
• Check that the drive unit operates and is not
stalled.
CLUTCH OVERLOAD
The clutch for the drive system is demanding a
greater power output than is supported by the clutch
power output of the Evolution components.
Refer to the clutch power output ratings provided in
the Installation instructions for the relevant Evolution
components, and ensure the clutch for the drive unit
does not exceed this power output.
CURRENT OVERLOAD
Serious drive failure; the drive is demanding too much
electrical current due to short-circuit or jamming.
Caused by a faulty drive unit or motor, or wiring
short-circuit. Alternatively, a fault in the steering
system may be causing the drive unit to lock-up.
Check the drive unit.
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• Check the steering hard-over time.
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Alarm Message
Possible causes
Solution
ROUTE COMPLETE
Your vessel has arrived at the end of the current
route.
No action required.
NO DATA
• The autopilot is in Wind Vane mode and has not
received wind angle data for 32 seconds.
Check the connections to the wind transducer,
multifunction display, and autopilot control head (as
appropriate).
• The autopilot is in Track mode and is not receiving
navigation data, or the rudder position sensor is
receiving a low-strength signal. This will clear
when the signal improves.
PILOT STARTUP
Autopilot components are initializing.
Some components may take a moment to startup.
NO WIND DATA
The autopilot is in Wind Vane mode and has not
received wind angle data for 32 seconds.
Check the connections to the wind transducer.
NO SPEED DATA
The autopilot has not received speed (STW or SOG)
data for 10 seconds, while in Auto mode.
Check the connections to the speed transducer. Pilot
does not require speed data in order to operate.
However, it does enhance the overall performance
when in Auto mode.
NO COMPASS
The EV-1 or EV-2 is not receiving heading data.
• Check the connections to the EV-1 / EV-2.
• Power cycle the EV-1 / EV-2, by removing and
then reconnecting the SeaTalkng cable.
RATEGYRO FAIL
The internal rate gyro on the EV-1 or EV-2 unit has
developed a fault. This will be evident as a compass
issue and could cause the compass heading to
deviate or lock-up.
If the problem persists, contact your local Raymarine
service center.
MOTOR POWER SWAPPED
On the Evolution ACU unit, the motor cables are
connected to the power terminals, and vice versa.
Switch off the power to the unit and reconnect
correctly.
NO GPS DATA
A source of GPS data is not connected to the
SeaTalkng system.
Check connections to the GPS data source.
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Alarm Message
Possible causes
Solution
JOYSTICK FAULT
A fault has occurred with the joystick. This alarm
applies only to autopilot systems that include a
joystick controller.
Check the connections to, and operation of the
joystick.
NO IPS (NO DRIVE DETECTED)
Loss of communications between the EV-1 and ACU,
or EV-2 and drive interface unit.
Check all physical data connections between these
devices, as appropriate.
PILOT RESET NORMAL (UNEXPECTED
HARDWARE RESET)
• Autopilot resets due to an external event (such as
use of the sleep switch, or faulty wiring causing the
autopilot components to power cycle).
Check all system wiring, especially power-related
wiring.
PILOT RESET EXCEPTION (UNEXPECTED
SOFTWARE RESET)
The EV-1 / EV-2 software has detected a fault it
cannot recover from, and has reset the pilot.
Wait approximately 1 minute for the EV-1 / EV-2 to
reset and re-initialize.
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Chapter 5: Maintenance and support
Chapter contents
•
5.1 Service and maintenance on page 74
•
5.2 Cleaning on page 74
•
5.3 Raymarine customer support on page 75
Maintenance and support
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5.1 Service and maintenance
5.2 Cleaning
This product contains no user serviceable components. Please
refer all maintenance and repair to authorized Raymarine dealers.
Unauthorized repair may affect your warranty.
1. Switch off the power to the unit.
2. Wipe the unit with a clean, damp cloth.
3. If necessary, use isopropyl alcohol (IPA) or a mild detergent to
remove grease marks.
Note: Do NOT use abrasive, or acid or ammonia based products.
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5.3 Raymarine customer support
• Product identity.
Raymarine provides a comprehensive customer support service.
You can contact customer support through the Raymarine website,
telephone and e-mail. If you are unable to resolve a problem, please
use any of these facilities to obtain additional help.
• Serial number.
Web support
• Software application version.
• System diagrams.
You can obtain this product information using the menus within your
product.
Please visit the customer support area of our website at:
www.raymarine.com
This contains Frequently Asked Questions, servicing information,
e-mail access to the Raymarine Technical Support Department and
details of worldwide Raymarine agents.
Telephone and e-mail support
In the USA:
• Tel: +1 603 324 7900
• Toll Free: +1 800 539 5539
• E-mail: [email protected]
In the UK, Europe, and the Middle East:
• Tel: +44 (0)13 2924 6777
• E-mail: [email protected]
In Southeast Asia and Australia:
• Tel: +61 (0)29479 4800
• E-mail: [email protected]
Product information
If you need to request service, please have the following information
to hand:
• Product name.
Maintenance and support
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Appendix A Spare parts
Item
Part number
Item
Part number
Notes
Sealing ring pack
R70161
SeaTalkng cable kit
R70160
Consists of:
EV-1 / EV-2 wall bracket
R70162
Notes
• SeaTalkng power
cable 0.4 m (1.3 ft)
(quantity: 1).
• SeaTalkng backbone
cable 5 m (16.4 ft)
(quantity: 1).
• SeaTalkng spur
cable 0.4 m (1.3
ft) (quantity: 1).
• SeaTalkng 5–way
connector block
(quantity: 1).
• SeaTalkng T-piece
connector (quantity:
2).
• SeaTalkng terminator
(quantity: 2).
DeviceNet cable kit
R70192
Consists of:
• DeviceNet adaptor
cable (female)
(quantity: 2).
• SeaTalkng power
cable (quantity: 1).
• SeaTalkng terminator
(quantity: 2).
Spare parts
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Appendix B NMEA 2000 sentences
(PGNs) — EV-1 and EV-2
EV-1 and EV-2 support the following NMEA 2000 sentences.
Message number
Message description
Transmit
Receive
59392
ISO Acknowledgment
●
59904
ISO Request
●
●
60928
ISO Address Claim
●
●
65240
ISO Commanded address
126208
NMEA - Request group function
●
●
126208
NMEA - Command group function
●
●
126208
NMEA - Acknowledge group function
●
●
126464
PGN List
●
●
126996
Product information:
●
●
• NMEA 2000 Database Version
• NMEA Manufacturer’s Product Code
• NMEA Manufacturer’s Model ID
• Manufacturer’s Software Version Code
• Manufacturer’s Model Version
• Manufacturer’s Model Serial Code
• NMEA 2000 Certification Level
• Load Equivalency
127245
Rudder angle
●
●
127250
Vessel heading
●
●
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Message number
Message description
Transmit
Receive
127258
Magnetic Variation
●
128259
Speed Through Water (STW) (Referenced)
●
129026
Course Over Ground (COG) and Speed Over Ground (SOG) rapid update
●
129029
GNSS position data:
●
• Date
• Time
• Lattitude
• Longitude
129283
Cross track error
●
129284
Navigation data (for following routes):
●
• Active Leg Distance To Waypoint (DTW)
• Course / Bearing reference
• Perpendicular Crossed
• Arrival Circle Entered
• Calculation Type
• Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA)
• Estimated Date of Arrival
• Active Leg Bearing Origin to Destination (BOD)
• Active Leg Bearing To Waypoint (BTW)
• Active Leg Origin Waypoint ID
• Active Waypoint ID
• Destination Waypoint Latitude
NMEA 2000 sentences (PGNs) — EV-1 and EV-2
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Message number
Message description
Transmit
Receive
• Destination Waypoint Longitude
• Waypoint closing velocity
129285
Active Waypoint data
●
130306
Wind data
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Appendix C NMEA 2000 sentences
(PGNs) — ACU
The ACU supports the following NMEA 2000 sentences.
Message number
Message description
Transmit
59392
ISO Acknowledgment
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Receive
59904
ISO Request
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60928
ISO Address Claim
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65240
ISO Commanded address
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126208
NMEA - Request group function
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126208
NMEA - Command group function
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126208
NMEA - Acknowledge group function
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126464
PGN List
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126996
Product information:
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• NMEA 2000 Database Version
• NMEA Manufacturer’s Product Code
• NMEA Manufacturer’s Model ID
• Manufacturer’s Software Version Code
• Manufacturer’s Model Version
• Manufacturer’s Model Serial Code
• NMEA 2000 Certification Level
• Load Equivalency
127245
NMEA 2000 sentences (PGNs) — ACU
Rudder angle
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