Garmin Force Trolling Motor Freshwater 57, Force Trolling Motor Freshwater 50 Installation Manual

Garmin Force Trolling Motor Freshwater 57, Force Trolling Motor Freshwater 50 Installation Manual
Installation Preparation
FORCE TROLLING MOTOR
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
®
Device Overview
Getting Started
WARNING
Do not run the motor when the propeller is out of the water.
Contact with the rotating propeller may result in severe injury.
Do not use the motor in areas where you or other people in the
water may come into contact with the rotating propeller.
Always disconnect the motor from the battery before cleaning or
servicing the propeller to avoid injury.
CAUTION
To avoid possible personal injury, always wear safety goggles,
ear protection, and a dust mask when drilling, cutting, or
sanding.
When stowing or deploying the motor, be aware of the risk of
entrapment or pinching from moving parts, which can result in
injury.
When stowing or deploying the motor, be aware of slick surfaces
around the motor. Slipping when stowing or deploying the motor
may result in injury.
NOTICE
To avoid damage to your boat, this device should be installed by
a qualified marine installer. Specific knowledge of marine
electrical systems is required for proper installation.
When drilling or cutting, always check what is on the opposite
side of the surface to avoid damaging the vessel.
You are required to secure the safety strap when stowing the
trolling motor. Failure to secure the trolling motor in the stowed
position using the safety strap may result in unexpected
deployment, damaging the boat and trolling motor.
After using the motor in salt water or brackish water, you must
rinse off the entire motor with fresh water, and apply a waterbased silicone spray using a soft cloth. You should avoid
spraying jets of water at the cap on the top of the shaft when
rinsing the motor.
Shaft cap
Power and transducer cables
Steering system
Mount
Depth-adjustment collar
Shaft
Propeller drive motor
Mounting Considerations
When selecting a mounting location, observe these
considerations.
• You must install the motor on the bow of your boat.
• It is recommended to install the motor on the port side of the
bow, but you can install it on the starboard side if necessary.
• You should install the mount so the deployed motor is as
close to the center of the boat
as possible.
Tools and Supplies Needed
• Drill and a 5/16 in. (8 mm) drill bit
• #1 and #2 Phillips screwdrivers
• 3 mm and 4 mm hex bits or wrenches (two 4 mm
recommended)
• 9/16 in. (14 mm) socket
• Torque wrench
• Circuit breaker rated for continuous 60 A
• Trolling motor plug and receptacle rated for 60 A or greater
(optional)
• 6, 4, or 2 AWG (16, 25, or 35 mm2) wire for extended runs of
the power cable
• Solder and heat-shrink tubing, if extending the power cable
• Stainless steel pan head 1/4-20 (M6x1) bolts (if the included
bolts are not long enough to mount the motor to the deck)
• You must install the mount with the bumper
the gunwale of the boat.
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Installation Procedures
NOTICE
When assembling the motor, you must use hand tools to install
all of the parts, observing the torque specifications when
provided. Using power tools to assemble the motor may damage
the components, and voids the warranty.
Installing the Mount on the Deck
Label identifying the parts bag required for this procedure:
• The motor secures to the deck of the boat using bolts, so you
must have room to secure the mount from the underside
using washers and nuts.
• The motor must have clearance to move from the deployed
to the stowed position and back again, so the installation
location must be clear of obstacles.
Parts Bags
The installation hardware for the trolling motor is included in
labeled bags. As you complete the installation process, each
procedure begins with a reference to the label on the parts bag
needed to complete the procedure. You can use this table to
review or verify the parts bags needed for the installation
procedures.
NOTE: If the supplied bolts are not long enough for the
mounting surface, you must obtain the appropriate length
stainless steel pan head 1/4-20 (M6x1) bolts.
1 Select a mounting location on the bow of your boat,
according to the mounting considerations.
2 Pivot the top parts of the mount up and back so you can
access the mounting holes on the mount base.
3 Place the included mounting template on the mounting
location with the mount bumper on the template
overhanging the gunwale or the edge of the boat deck.
Contains the safety strap and the hardware used to
secure the mount base to the boat deck.
Contains the pin needed to secure the steering
system to the lower half of the mount.
Contains the hardware needed to secure the upper
and lower gas springs.
Contains the pin needed to secure the steering
system to the upper half of the mount.
Contains the pull-cable handle hardware.
Contains the hardware needed to secure the cables
to the mount.
Connection Considerations
When making the wiring connections, observe the following
considerations.
• You must connect the trolling motor to a 24 or 36 Vdc battery
bank capable of supplying 60 A continuously.
• You must connect to the power source through a circuit
breaker rated for continuous 60 A (not included).
• If necessary, you can extend the power cable using the
appropriate wire gauge based on the length of the extension
(Power Cable Extension, page 6).
• For convenience, you can install a trolling motor plug and
receptacle rated for 60 A or greater (not included) in the
bulkhead to make it easier to disconnect the motor from the
power source.
2
4 Mark the mounting hole locations on the boat deck.
5 Using a 5/16 in. (8 mm) drill bit, drill the mounting holes.
6 Place the safety strap under the mount base near the
center, with the hook and loop fasteners facing downward.
NOTE: You must place the safety strap under the mount
before you secure it to the surface. If you do not install the
safety strap at this time, you may need to partially
disassemble the motor later to install it correctly.
7 Place the mount base on the boat deck on top of the safety
strap, aligning the holes on the mount with the mounting
holes.
8 Secure the mount to the deck using the included bolts ,
washers , and locking nuts .
9 Tighten the nuts to 10.85 N m (8 lbf-ft.).
Installing the Steering Servo on the Lower Link of the
Mount
Label identifying the parts bag required for this procedure:
1 Pivot the lower link of the mount forward until it locks into the
base.
completely when pushed by hand. Damage caused by
hammering the pin or modifying the holes is not covered
under warranty.
6 Route the pull cable upward through the top of the steering
servo housing
2 Push the two safety rods
possible.
.
into the lower link as far as
Securing the Upper Gas Spring
Label identifying the parts bag required for this procedure:
3 Make sure that the bushings
holes
are installed in the lower
on the steering servo housing.
If the bushings were removed, you can re-insert them from
the inside out.
4 Holding the pull cable up, place the steering servo housing
onto the lower link of the mount, aligning the lower holes on
the housing with the holes on the link.
5 While lifting up on the steering servo housing, push the pivot
pin
through the housing and the link to hold it in place.
NOTICE
Do not hit the pin with a hammer or other object. Do not drill
or modify the holes. Although it is a snug fit, the pin slides in
1 Push the safety rod
toward the steering servo housing as
far as possible to lock the lower pivot pin in place.
2 If necessary, pivot the upper gas spring
toward the lower
link of the mount so the base of the gas spring aligns with the
safety rod and mounting holes.
NOTE: If you must rotate the gas spring so the base aligns
with the mount, rotate the spring in a clockwise direction only.
Rotating the gas spring in a counter-clockwise direction may
loosen the fittings.
3 Align the single hole on the base of the gas spring with the
safety rod, and press down.
The screw holes on the base
should align with the holes
on the bottom of the mount.
4 Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, secure the base of the gas
spring to the lower link of the mount using the included
screws .
Keep the remaining screws in the parts bag. You must use them
when securing the other gas spring in a later procedure.
Connecting the Upper Link of the Mount to the
Steering Servo Housing
Label identifying the parts bag required for this procedure:
1 Remove the tape that secures the data cable
steering servo housing.
to the
3
2 Make sure that the bushings
are installed in the upper
holes on the steering servo housing.
NOTE: To properly secure the pin, you should use two hex
bits or wrenches so the pin does not rotate as you tighten the
screws.
Connecting the Motor to the Display Panel
NOTICE
You must connect the cable from the steering servo to the
display panel before proceeding further with the installation. If
you do not make this connection now, the unsecured cable may
damage the display panel when moving the mount.
1 Route the cable
display panel
from the steering servo housing to the
on the upper link of the mount.
If the bushings were removed, you can re-insert them from
the outside in.
3 Pivot the upper link of the mount forward.
2 Push the connector onto the port on the display panel, and
rotate the locking ring clockwise to secure it.
NOTE: The connector is keyed to fit into the port one way
only, and will fit easily when aligned correctly. Do not force
the connector into the port.
Installing the Handle on the Pull Cable
Label identifying the parts bag required for this procedure:
1 Insert the pull cable
.
through the bottom half of the handle
4 Tip the top of the steering servo housing inward so the holes
on the upper link and the housing align.
through the holes on the upper link of the
mount and the steering servo housing.
5 Push the pin
2 Insert the pull cable through the washer .
3 Push the R-pin through the hole on the end of the pull
6 Using a 4 mm hex bit or hex wrench, secure the pin using the
screws and washers
on both sides.
cable.
4 Pull the cable down so that the washer and R-pin rest in the
bottom half of the handle.
NOTE: The R-pin fits in the bottom half of the handle one
way only.
5 Using a #1 Philips screwdriver, secure the top of the handle
to the bottom using the screws .
Routing the Power and Transducer Cables Through
the Mount
Label identifying the parts bag required for this procedure:
4
6 Leaving a rounded bend in the cables
, hold them against
the side of the mount where they enter the channel.
NOTICE
To avoid damaging the power and transducer cables when
deploying and stowing the trolling motor and to avoid
interference with the GPS and heading sensors in the motor,
you must route the cables through the right (starboard) side of
the mount and secure them using the included hardware. You
must not route the power cable through the left (port) side of the
mount, and it is not possible to install the included brackets on
the left (port) side. The left (port) side is reserved for additional
accessories or transducer cables that you may install in the
future.
1 Measure approximately 40 cm (16 in.) on the power cable
from where it connects to the steering servo housing, and
look for the mark on the cable applied at the factory.
7 At the marked location on the power cable, place one of the
brackets that has two screw holes
over the cables and
against the mount, aligning the holes on the bracket with the
holes on the mount.
8 Using a 3 mm hex bit or wrench, secure the bracket to the
mount using two screws .
9 Hold the cables against the bottom of the mount where they
exit the channel.
10 Place the other bracket that has two screw holes over the
cables and against the mount, aligning the holes on the
bracket with the holes on the mount.
2 If you do not see a mark on the cable, or if the mark is not
approximately 40 cm (16 in.) from the connection, make a
mark with a marker or tape.
3 With the motor in the deployed position, route the transducer
cable through the channel along the right (starboard) side of
the mount .
11 Using a 3 mm hex bit or wrench, secure the bracket to the
mount using two screws
.
12 Hold the cables against the plastic portion of the mount base,
close to the boat deck.
13 Insert the lower tab on the remaining bracket into a slot below
the cables , and rotate the bracket toward the mount base
to hold the cables.
TIP: To determine the right (starboard) side of the mount,
stand in a location where you can read the information on the
display panel.
4 Route the power cable through the channel above the
transducer cable.
5 Using the pull cable, carefully lift the motor from the deployed
position to the stowed position.
CAUTION
Because only one of the lift-assist gas springs is secured at
this point in the installation, you must use caution when lifting
the motor to the stowed position. The weight of the motor
may cause the mount to move quickly and pinch or crush
hands or fingers.
NOTICE
You must secure the cables to the mount with the motor in
the stowed position. If you complete this procedure with the
motor in the deployed position, the cables are not at their fully
extended length, and the added stress may damage the
cables during use.
14 Using a #1 Phillips screwdriver, secure the upper tab of the
bracket to the mount base using a single screw .
15 Install additional plastic cable clips to secure the transducer
cable to the power cable where needed (optional).
Two plastic cable clips are included in the parts bag.
Securing the Lower Gas Spring
Label identifying the parts bag required for this procedure:
NOTE: This procedure uses the rest of the hardware in the parts
bag that you used when installing the upper gas spring.
1 If necessary, transition the trolling motor from the deployed to
the stowed position.
5
If the gas spring is positioned on the other side of the mount
after you stowed the motor, you may need to lift up the mount
and flip over the gas spring so you can secure it to the
mount.
2 Align the hole on the base of the lower gas spring with the
safety rod , and press down.
5 If necessary, connect the circuit breaker to a 60 A, 24 or
36 Vdc power source.
Power Cable Extension
You can extend the power cable using the appropriate gauge of
wire based on the length of the extension.
NOTICE
Power cable extensions must use single-conductor wire, with a
minimum 75°C (167°F) insulation, that is not bundled, not
sheathed, and not run through conduit. If you are using wire with
105°C (221°F) insulation or better, you can bundle up to three
conductors inside a sheath or conduit outside of engine spaces.
When installing the power cable extension, you must follow
industry standards and best practices.
Extension length
Minimum wire gauge Optimal wire gauge
0 to 3 m (0 to 10 ft. )
6 AWG (16 mm2)
6 AWG (16 mm2)
6 AWG (16
mm2)
4 AWG (25 mm2)
4.6 to 9.1 m (20 to 30 ft.) 6 AWG (16
mm2)
2 AWG (35 mm2)
3 to 4.6 m (10 to 20 ft.)
NOTE: If you must rotate the gas spring so the base aligns
with the mount, rotate the spring in a clockwise direction only.
Rotating the gas spring in a counter-clockwise direction may
loosen the fittings.
3 Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, secure the base of the lower
gas spring to the mount using the included screws .
Installing the Propeller
The parts bag containing the hardware needed for this
procedure is included in the box with the propeller and does not
have a label.
1 Insert the pin through the propeller motor shaft .
Connecting the Transducer to a Chartplotter
The built-in 12-pin transducer is compatible with select Garmin
chartplotter models. Go to garmin.com or contact your Garmin
dealer for more information.
1 Route the transducer cable to the installed chartplotter.
2 Install the locking collar on the end of the transducer cable.
3 Connect the transducer cable to the transducer port on the
back of the chartplotter.
You can refer to the instructions provided with your
chartplotter to identify the transducer port.
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Stabilizer Installation
The stabilizer is an optional accessory that can help stabilize
and provide additional support for the trolling motor when it is in
the stowed position.
Installation instructions for the stabilizer are provided in the
stabilizer box.
Foot Pedal Installation
2 If necessary, rotate the motor shaft to orient the pin
horizontally so it is less likely to fall out during installation.
with the
pin, and slide the propeller onto the motor shaft.
4 Place the anode , washer , lock washer , and nut
onto the end of the motor shaft.
5 Using a 9/16 in. (14 mm) socket, tighten the lock nut to 6 lbf-ft
(8.13 N-m) to secure the propeller.
3 Align the channel on the inside of the propeller
Connecting to Power
1 Route the power cable to the breaker panel or the location
where you plan to install the breaker.
2 If necessary, extend the power cable using the appropriate
wire gauge based on the length of the extension (Power
Cable Extension, page 6) using solder and heat-shrink
tubing.
3 Install a trolling motor plug and receptacle rated for 60 A or
greater where the power cable enters a bulkhead (optional).
4 Connect the power cable to a circuit breaker rated for 60 A
(continuous).
WARNING
The circuit breaker must be in the off position before you
connect the power cables from the trolling motor.
6
The foot pedal connects to the trolling motor wirelessly and is
paired at the factory.
Detailed mounting and power instructions are included in the
Force Trolling Motor Foot Pedal Installation Instructions, in the
foot pedal box. Operation instructions are included in the Force
Trolling Motor Quick Start Manual.
Remote Control Installation
The remote control connects to the trolling motor wirelessly and
is paired at the factory.
Operation instructions are included in the Force Trolling
MotorQuick Start Manual.
Maintenance Needs and Schedule
NOTICE
After using the motor in salt water or brackish water, you must
rinse off the entire motor with fresh water, and apply a waterbased silicone spray using a soft cloth. You should avoid
spraying jets of water at the cap on the top of the shaft when
rinsing the motor.
To maintain your warranty, you must perform a series of routine
maintenance tasks as you prepare your motor for the season. If
you use or transport the motor in dry, dusty environments
(traveling on gravel roads, for example) you should perform
these tasks more often during the season.
For detailed procedures and information on service and
replacement parts, download the Force Trolling Motor
Maintenance Manual from garmin.com/manuals/force_trolling
_motor.
Item
• Examine the power cable for wear, and patch, repair, or
replace as necessary .
• Check and clean the power terminals and tighten the nuts, if
necessary .
• Lubricate the hinges and bushings .
• Clean and lubricate the stow and deploy latch mechanism .
• Check the mount rails, and replace them if necessary .
• Check the mount bumper, and replace it if necessary .
• Clean or replace the anodes in the propeller drive motor .
50 in. Model
57 in. Model
931 mm (36 11/16 in.)
1.022 m (40 1/4 in.)
402 mm (15 13/16 in.)
402 mm (15 13/16 in.)
203 mm (8 in.)
203 mm (8 in.)
Contacting Garmin Support
• Go to support.garmin.com for help and information, such as
product manuals, frequently asked questions, videos, and
customer support.
• In the USA, call 913-397-8200 or 1-800-800-1020.
• In the UK, call 0808 238 0000.
• In Europe, call +44 (0) 870 850 1241.
Specifications
Trolling Motor
Motor Information
Stowed Dimensions
Weight (motor,
mount, and cables)
50 in. model: 30 kg (66 lb.)
57 in. model: 31.75 kg (70 lb.)
Weight (stabilizer)
0.54 kg (1.2 lb.)
Operating
temperature
From -5° to 40°C (from 32° to 104°F)
Storage temperature From -40° to 85°C (-40° to 185°F)
Item
50 in. Model
57 in. Model
1.558 m (615/16 in.) min.
1.811 m (715/16 in.) max.
1.712 m (673/8 in.) min.
2.066 m (815/16 in.) max.
300 mm (1113/16 in.)
340 mm (133/8 in.)
Deployed Dimensions
Item
50 in. Model
57 in. Model
461 mm (18 1/8 in.) min.
721 mm (28 3/8 in.) max.
488 mm (19 3/16 in.) min.
817 mm (32 1/8 in.) max.
708 mm (27 7/8 in.)
799 mm (31 7/16 in.)
648 mm (25 1/2 in.) min.
889 mm (35 in.) max.
737 mm (29 in.) min.
1.07 m (42 in.) max.
1/
839 mm (33 16 in.) min.
1.1 m (43 5/16 in.) max.
3/
920 mm (36 16 in.) min.
1.18 m (46 1/2 in.) max.
Material
Mount and motor housing: aluminum
Shaft cap, display panel, and side panels: plastic
Motor shaft: fiberglass
Water rating
Shaft cap: IEC 60529 IPX51
Steering motor housing: IEC 60529 IPX72
Display panel housing: IEC 60529 IPX7
Propeller drive motor housing: IEC 60529 IPX83
Compass safe
distance
91 cm (3 ft.)
Power cable length
50 in. model: 1.2 m (4 ft.)
57 in. model: 1.1 m (3.5 ft.)
Input voltage
From 20 to 45 Vdc
Input amperage
60 A continuous
Breaker (not
included)
42 VDC or greater, suitable for 60 A continuous
NOTE: You can protect the system by using a
larger circuit breaker, not to exceed 90 A, if you
are operating under high temperatures or if you
are sharing the circuit with other devices. You
should verify that your boat wiring meets marine
wiring standards using a larger breaker before
changing it.
Main power usage at Off: 72 mW
36 Vdc 60 A
Full power: 2160 W
Radio frequency
2.4 GHz @ 28 dBm nominal
Remote Control
Dimensions (W×H×D)
152 x 52 x 32 mm (6 x 2 x 11/4 in.)
Weight
109 g (3.8 oz.) without batteries
Material
Glass-filled nylon
Display type
Sunlight-visible, transflective memory-in-pixel
(MIP)
1 The
part withstands projected water exposure from any direction (such as rain).
part withstands incidental immersion in water up to 1 m deep for up to
30 min.
3 The part withstands continuous immersion in water up to 3 m deep.
2 The
7
Display resolution
R240 x 240 pixels
Display size (diameter) 30.2 mm (13/16 in.)
Operating temperature From -15° to 55°C (5° to 131°F)
Storage temperature
From -40° to 85°C (-40° to 185°F)
Battery type
2 AA (not included)
Battery life
240 hr., typical use
Radio frequency
2.4 GHz @ 10.0 dBm nominal
Water rating
IEC 60529 IPX7
Compass-safe distance 15 cm (6 in.)
物質宣言
部件名称
有毒有害物质或元素
铅 汞 镉 六价铬 多溴联苯
多溴二苯醚
印刷电路板组件
X
O O O
O
O
金属零件
X
O O O
O
O
电缆 电缆组件 连接器
X
O O O
O
O
本表格依据 SJ/T11364 的规定编制。
O: 代表此种部件的所有均质材料中所含的该种有害物质均低于
(GB/T26572) 规定的限量
X: 代表此种部件所用的均质材料中, 至少有一类材料其所含的有害
物质高于
(GB/T26572) 规定的限量
*該產品說明書應提供在環保使用期限和特殊標記的部分詳細講解
產品的擔保使用條件。
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You should reference United States Code of Federal Regulations: 33 CFR 183 - Boats
and Associated Equipment and ABYC E-11: AC and DC Electrical Systems on Boats
when installing this trolling motor.
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