SIDE- POWER Stern thruster installation

SIDE- POWER Stern thruster installation
Stern thruster
installation
manual
IMPORTANT NOTICE:
This manual is to be used in addition to the regular
installation manual for the Sidepower thruster.
This manual is intended for professionals only, and
does not contain all detailed work instructions for
what must be done to ensure correct and safe
installation of the sternthruster.
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SLEIPNER MOTOR AS
P.O. Box 519
N-1612 Fredrikstad
Norway
Tel: +47 69 30 00 60
Fax:+47 69 30 00 70
www.side-power.com
[email protected]
Made in Norway
SIDEPOWER
®
© SLEIPNER
AS -2005
2009
© SleipnerMOTOR
Motor AS
Installation
To achieve maximum effect, reliability and durability from your Sidepower Sternthruster, a correct installation is very
important.
Please follow the instructions carefully, and make sure that all checkpoints are carefully controlled.
1.
Make sure that there are enough space both inside and outside the transom of the boat (see FIG 1).
W.L.
FIG. 1
D
B
C
60°
Bolt holes diaG
:
Bolt postion radiusH:
Outside of flange:
F
PS !
Necessary
support
of motor.
Minimum is
hulls bottom
thickness
Cut out in stern:
E
A
ø98mm
/ 3,86''
ø98mm/3.36”
14mm/0.55”
14mm
/ 0,55''
Measurements
SH100
Measurements ref.
mm/inch
SP100HYD
SH100
mm / inch
A
172mm/6.72”
A
158mm / 6,22"
B
256mm/10.08”
B
256mm / 10,08"
C
200mm/7.87”
C
200mm / 7,87"
D
337mm/13.30”
D
337mm / 13,30"
E
ø300mm/11.81”
E
ø300mm / 11,80"
F
ø200mm/7.84”
F
ø200mm / 7,84"
G
6x
G
6x ø10,5mm / 0,41"
ø10,5mm/0.41”
ø129mm / 5,08"
ø129mm/5.08”
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8
H
H
Max. Stern
Max stern
thickness
thickness
SE80
SE100
SE120/SE150
SE130
SE170
ø129mm / 5,08" ø129mm/5.08”
ø129mm / 5,08"
ø129mm / ø129mm/5.08”
5,08"
ø129mm
/ 5,08"
ø129mm/5.08”
ø129mm/5.08”
ø129mm/5.08”
35mm/1.38”
35mm / 1,38"
SH160
SP220HYD
SH240
54mm/2.13”
54mm/2.13” 60mm 60mm/2.36”
54mm / 2,13" 54mm/2.13”
54mm / 2,13"
/ 2,36"
SH240
SP300HYD
SH420
SP300HYD
SP550HYD
SP300HYD
SH420/550
172mm/6.72”
191mm/7.52”
195mm/7.68”
257mm/10.12”
178mm / 7,01"
208mm / 8,19"
259mm / 10,20"
300mm/11.81”
340mm/13.39”
420mm/16.54”
570mm/22.44”
340mm / 13,39"
420mm / 16,54"
570mm / 22,44"
215mm/7.87”
300mm/11.81”
300mm/11.81”
570mm/22.44”
300mm / 11,81"
300mm / 11,81"
380mm / 14,96"
330mm/13.00”
350mm/13.80”
456mm/18.00”
550mm/21.65”
350mm / 13,80"
456mm / 18,00"
550mm / 21,65"
ø300mm/11.81”
ø300mm/11.81”
ø396mm/15.60”
ø600mm/23.62”
ø300mm / 11,80"
ø396mm / 15,60"
ø600mm / 23,62"
ø200mm/7.84”
ø200mm/7.84”
ø265mm/11.40”
ø400mm/15.75”
ø200mm / 7,84"
ø265mm / 10,40"
ø400mm / 15,75"
6x
6x
8x
12 x
6x ø10,5mm / 0,41" 8x ø10,5mm / 0,41" 12x ø13mm / 0,51"
ø10,5mm/0.41”
ø10,5mm/0.41”
ø10,5mm/0.41”
ø13mm/0.51”
ø129mm / 5,08"
ø345,6mm / 13,60"
ø530mm / 20,87"
ø129mm/5.08”
ø129mm/5.08”
ø345,6mm/13.60”
ø530mm/20.87”
-
-
-
8
H
SE60
8
H
Max. Stern
Max stern
thickness
thickness
SE30/40
SE210
SP30Si
/ SP40Si
SP55Si
SP75Ti
SP95Ti
SP125Ti
SP155TCi
SP200TCi
SE30/40
SE60
SE80
SE100
SE120
SE170
SE210
200mm/7.87”
225mm/8.90”
312mm/12.30”
349mm/13.70”
407mm/16.02”
363mm/15.10”
386mm/15.20”
419mm/16.50”
200mm / 7,87''
225mm / 8,90"
312mm / 12,30"
349mm / 13,70"
363mm / 15,10"
386mm / 15,20"
419mm / 16,50"
190mm/7.48”
265mm/10.08”
256mm/10.08”
256mm/10.08”
300mm/11.81”
340mm/13.39”
340mm/13.39”
360mm/14.20”
190mm / 7,48''
256mm / 10,08"
256mm / 10,08"
256mm / 10,08"
340mm / 13,39"
340mm / 13,39"
360mm / 14,20"
135mm/5.31”
150mm/5.91”
200mm/7.87”
200mm/7.87”
215mm/7.87”
250mm/9.54”
250mm/9.54”
300mm/11.80”
135mm / 5,31''
150mm /5,91"
200mm / 7,87"
200mm / 7,87"
250mm / 9,84"
250mm / 9,84"
300mm / 11,81"
197mm/7.76”
337mm/13.30”
337mm/13.30”
337mm/13.30”
330mm/13.00”
350mm/13.80”
350mm/13.80”
350mm/13.80”
197mm / 7,76''
337mm / 13,30"
337mm / 13,30"
337mm / 13,30"
350mm / 13,80"
350mm / 13,80"
350mm / 13,80"
ø217mm/8.54”
ø300mm/11.81”
ø300mm/11.81”
ø300mm/11.81”
ø300mm/11.81”
ø300mm/11.81”
ø300mm/11.81”
ø356mm/14.02”
ø217mm / 8,54''
ø300mm / 11,80"
ø300mm / 11,80"
ø300mm / 11,80"
ø300mm / 11,80"
ø300mm / 11,80"
356mm / 14,02"
ø160mm/6.3”
ø200mm/7.84”
ø200mm/7.84”
ø200mm/7.84”
ø200mm/7.84”
ø200mm/7.84”
ø200mm/7.84”
ø260mm/11.24”
ø160mm / 6,30''
ø200mm / 7,84"
ø200mm / 7,84"
ø200mm / 7,84"
ø200mm / 7,84"
ø200mm / 7,84"
ø260mm / 11,24"
6x
6x
6x
6x
6x
6x
6x
8x
6 x ø6,5mm
/ 0,26'' 6x
ø10,5mm / 0,41"ø10,5mm/0.41”
6x ø10,5mm / 0,41"
6x ø10,5mmø10,5mm/0.41”
/ 0,41" 6x ø10,5mm
/ 0,41" 6x ø10,5mm
/ 0,41" 8xø10,5mm/0.41”
ø10,5mm / 0,41"
ø6,5mm/0.26”
ø10,5mm/0.41”
ø10,5mm/0.41”
ø10,5mm/0.41”
ø10,5mm/0.41”
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Measurements
Measurements
mm/inch ref.
mm / inch
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
E
E
F
F
G
G
ø129mm
/ 5,08"
ø129mm/5.08”
ø315mm
/ 12,40"
ø315mm/12.40”
60mm/2.36”
60mm
/ 2,36"
50mm/1.97”
50mm / 1,97"
SP200TCi-32/
SP200TCi-32 /
SP240TCi
SP240TCi
440mm/17.30”
440mm / 17,30"
420mm/16.54”
420mm / 16,54"
300mm/11.81”
300mm / 11,81"
456mm/18.00”
456mm / 18,00"
ø396mm/15.60”
ø396mm / 15,60"
ø265mm/11.40”
ø265mm / 10,40"
8x
8x
ø10,5mm / 0,41"
ø10,5mm/0.41”
SP285TCi
404mm/15.90”
404mm / 15,90"
420mm/16.54”
420mm / 16,54"
300mm/11.81”
300mm / 11,81"
456mm/18.00”
456mm / 18,00"
ø396mm/15.60”
ø396mm / 15,60"
ø265mm/11.40”
ø265mm / 10,40"
8x
8x ø10,5mm / 0,41"
ø10,5mm/0.41”
ø345,6mm
ø345,6/13.60”/ 13,60"
ø345,6mm
ø345,6/13.60”/ 13,60"
60mm/2.36”
60mm / 2,36"
SP285TCi
60mm/2.36”
60mm / 2,36"
SH550
257mm/10.12”
570mm/22.44”
570mm/22.44”
550mm/21.65”
ø600mm/23.62”
ø400mm/15.75”
12 x
ø13mm/0.51”
ø530mm/20.87”
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-
Additional considerations for positioning of stern thruster.
 Make sure that the stern-tunnel does not disturb the waterflow under the hull
 Ensure that when installed the thruster does not foul exisiting equipment inside the boat like steerage links etc.
 It is essential that the motor is supported so that the total weight is not on the tunnel alone.
 Make sure that the water flow from the thruster are not intereferred to much by sterndrives, trimtabs etc. as this
will reduce the thrust considerably.
 It is possible to mount the tunnel off the boat’s centre line if necessary.
 If the stern thickness is to much for the thruster in question you can easily remove material in the necessary area
to fit the thruster. The stern thickness even here will never have to be less than the max. measurement given as
max. stern thickness.
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Stern thruster installation manual
Version
1.6 -- 2009
2005
Version 1.7
BOLT ON INSTALLATION
2a.
Once the place for the installation has been decided, hold the tunnel in place in the horizontal position and
mark the bolt holes. Remove the tunnel and it is then possible to calculate and mark the centre (see Fig. 1).
3a.
It is important that the tunnel flange sits flush on the transom. If this is not case, then the fitting area on the
transom will have to be worked to ensure a snug fit.
PS ! Take care with grinders as it is very easy to remove to much fibreglass
At this time, cut out the centre hole and the transom to the same internal diameter as the tunnel flange and
drill the bolt holes. Before actual fitting the stern tunnel, we recommend that the prepared area is sealed with
a gelcoat or similar to ensure there is no water ingress.
4a.
Before
fittingthe
thetunnel
tunneltoto
transom,
install
the gearleg
the tunnel
as described
in the thruster
Before fitting
thethe
transom,
install
the gear
leg to thetotunnel
as described
in the thruster
installation
installation
manual.
For
thrusters
with
external
oil
tank,
we
recommend
that
the
oil
feed
pipe
manual. We recommend that you fit the oil feed pipe also before the tunnel is bolted to the transom.is fitted
before
tunnel istpoints
bolteddescribed
to the transom.
Specialthe
installation
on page 7 of this manual.
5a.
When fitting the tunnel, ensure that there is ample sealant (Sikaflex or similar) in the sealing tracks of the
tunnel flange and around the bolts to make a water tight fitting (see FIG. 2&3).
Bolts, washers and nuts are not included as they will vary depending on the transom thickness. We
recommend A4 stainless with A4 lock nuts and A4 washers of a large diameter on both outside and inside.
6a.
7a.
Bolts diameter (stainless steel):
øø 6mm
or1/4”
1/4”for
forSP
SE40/SE60
6mm or
30 Si & SP 40 Si
øø 10mm
10mm or
or3/8”
3/8”for
forSP
SE60/SE80/SE100/SE120/SE130/SE150/SE170/SE210/SE285
55 Si & SP 75 Ti & SP 95 Ti & SP 125Ti & SP 155 TCi
SH100/SH160/SH240/SH300
ø 12mm or 1/2” for SP200TCi
& SP 240 TCi & SP 285 TCi
ø 12mm or 1/2” for SH420/SH550
FIG. 2
The electromotor must have a solid support so that the weight
can not cause a twisting action on the tunnel (see FIG. 4).
Refer to the installation manual for the recommended thruster fitting.
SEALANT
SEALANT
FIG. 3
FIG. 4
Motor support
MUST be
installed
WASHERS
LOCKNUT
OR DOUBLE
NUTS
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2005
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WARNING!
MOULD IN INSTALLATION
2b.
Cut of the bolting flange on the stern-tunnel
3b.
Grind off the gelcoat both inside and outside the
remaining “tube” atleast 10 cm down on the
“tube” (see FIG. 5).
4b.
Offer the stern tunnel to the desired position on
the transom and mark around the tube.
5b.
Cut the marked hole in the transom of the boat.
6b.
Grind off the gelcoat on the transom of the boat in
an area of atleast 10 cm / 4” around the hole, both
outside and inside (see FIG. 5).
7b
Offer the stern tunnel to the transom in the desired
horizontal position, then bond to the transom with
multi layers matt both inside and outside (see FIG.
6).
Take care not to reduce the internal diameter
much, as this will make it more difficult to mount
the thruster
8b
Install the gear leg on the stern-tunnel as described in the installation manual for the thruster
but fit the oil feed pipe first.
Special installation points described on page 7 of
this manual.
10b.
The electromotor must be sturdily supported so
that the weight-arm tension from the motor weight
are not applied only on the tunnel (see FIG. 4)
4
Composite stern tunnels
(Part # 90052i and 90086i )
can not be moulded in this way.
FIG. 5
Grind off the bolt flange and
the gelcoat both inside and
outside in the areas shown.
Boat transom
Boat transom
Stern tunnel
Apply gelcoat or similar on all bonded areas.
9b.
11b.
Mould in installation is ONLY
for stern GRP tunnels.
FIG. 6
Bond multiple layers both
inside and outside
Basic installation of the flexible coupling, motor
and electrical installation are described in the
thruster manuals.
Stern thruster installation manual
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2005
Version
THE STERN-THRUSTER MUST BE KEPT DRY AT ALL TIMES
It is very important that you do everything possible to ensure that the thruster stays dry at
all times.
The electromotor and and solenoid system is not to be considered as waterproof, and will be dammaged if they
keep getting wet (rust and corriosion). Therefore, the thrusters installation compartment must be kept dry at all
times.
This is more difficult for a sternthruster installation than for a bowthruster installation as the sternthruster has to be
fitted in the bilge at the stern of the boat. This is generally a “wet” area that must be transformed into a dry area.
Important precautions !
-
You must seal all drain holes going into the compartment of the thruster.
-
The surrounding compartments and any plates or compartments above must be drained in a good way to the
bilge area in front of the thrusters installation compartment.
-
If the propeller shaft or other moving parts with a high possibility for leakage comes through the bottom of the
boat in the same compartment where the thruster is placed, you must make a seperate compartment for the
thruster isolating it from these very normal and highly probable water leakages.
-
The rudder shaft entrances to the boat and its surroundings must be drained so that any water coming in here
are drained to go into the compartment in front of the sternthruster compartment.
-
It is also important to ensure that the sternthrusters installation compartment will not be were water runs if a selfdraining system of the boat deck fails to operate properly.
-
Generally, all possible actions should be taken to ensure that water leakages from sources that are likely to have
water leakages are drained to prevent water from entering the stern-thruster compartment.
-
We advice to install a self-activating bilge-pump, preferably
with an alarm system, in the stern-thruster compartment. If
you are not confident that you have been able to seal this
comparment well, this pump is absolutely necessary.
-
The control-cable system for the thruster must be installed so that
atleast all junctions and connectors are kept dry at all times.
-
In the Sidepower sternthruster kit, there will be included a cable,
so that electronic controlbox originally placed on the electromotor,
can be fitted away from the thruster in a higher position securing
that it will stay dry at all times, even if there are accidental leakages
into the stern-thruster compartment. Please see instructions on the
following pages of how to connect this. If you are installing a
sternthruster without the special sternthruster tunnel available from
Sidepower, this kit can be bought seperately.
Wet bilge area
Stern thruster installation manual
The thruster
compartment
must be kept
dry at all times
Thruster
compartment
must be kept dry
at all times
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2005
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THE STERN-THRUSTER MUST BE KEPT DRY AT ALL TIMES
Description of illustrations:
A : All draining holes or other openings from wet areas into the
thruster installation compartment
must be sealed.
D
C
B: Originally non-sealed bulkhead
F
B
H
C: Stringers in the boats lenght
directions, normally there are
drain holes through these
from side-compartments
A
D: Plate above bilge where the
steering system and other
technical installations are often
installed
G
E: Watertight bulkhead to engine room.
F
F: Thruster
G: Ensure there are draining holes in these
positions to lead the water to the bilge to
be pumpe out.
H Make anti drip edges on all surfaces
above the thruster compartent to
ensure that any water here will go via
the drain holes and to the wet part of
the bilge.
A
B
C
G
E
H
E
D
B
A
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SPECIAL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Sidepower SP 55 Si
As the motorbracket are completely inside the stern-tunnel, the oil-pipe must be changed to an elbow
connection so that the oil hose will not be bent, preventing from constrictions.
1.
2.
Remove the straight hose pipe in the bracket.
Install the elbow hose pipe connection that came with the stern-tunnel, be sure to use a sealant on the
threads, but not so much that it closes the oil feed into the bracket.
Sidepower SP75Ti / SP95Ti / SP125Ti / SP100HYD
As there are no room to place and fasten the lower part of the flexible coupling after the electric motor is
fastened on the bracket, this must be done before fitting the motor.
PS! The part of the flexible coupling that is fastened on the
motor, is prefixed in a specific position, on which this procedure
FIG. 8
is based. DO NOT MOVE IT !
1.
2.
3.
When the gearhouse and bracket are mounted on the sterntunnel, place the lower part of the coupling on the
driveshaft.
Adjust the height of the lower part of the coupling to the
measurement given in FIG. 8
Apply a thread glue (Locktite or similar) to the set screws
and fasten the coupling by tightening both setscrews.
Sidepower SP155TCi / SP200TCi / SP240TCi /
SP285TCi / SP220HYD / SP300HYD
The lower part of the flexible coupling does not have to
be tightened to the driveshaft. The fastening on the
motor is sufficient. PS! Make sure the key on the shaft
is in its correct position when sliding the motor with the
flexible coupling onto it (see FIG. 9).
FIG. 9
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2005
REMOTE INSTALLATION OF THE ELECTRONIC BOX.
As the electronic controlbox and its contact are the most sensitive parts on the thruster, we advice that these are
removed from the thruster and fitted in a high place in the boat so to secure these from water ingress, even if the
thrusters compartment gets flooded.
Included with the stern-thruster tunnel kit is an extension cable that will allow you to do this.
Procedure:
1
Exchange the GREY and BLUE wires on the sides of the main solenoids that is coming from the
electronic controlbox with the GREY and BLUE wires from the extension cable.
2.
Exchange the BLACK, BROWN and WHITE wires from the electronic controlbox with BLACK ,
BROWN and WHITE wires in the extension cable.
3.
Cut the strips holding the RED internal connections together with the other internal connections,
and leave the RED wires on the main solenoids. Cut the red wire in accordance to drawing.
4
Remove the electronic controlbox and its harness from the solenoid system on the thruster.
5
Locate and fasten the electronic controlbox in a position where it will surely keep dry. This should
be relatively high in the boat, so that even an extreme level of bilge water can not get to it. Also
ensure that the position is safe against water running from above.
6
Remove the electronic controlbox from its original harness and plug it into the connector on the
extension cable.
7.
The extension cable to the control panel(s) must now be connecte to the AMP male plug on this
remotely installed controlbox. Ensure that all controlcable junctions/connectors are placed so that
Electronic controlbox
they will stay dry at all times.
placed high, away from
splashing water.
SIDE-POWER
Electronicinterface for thr uster motor controls
Ref #6 1230 i
Sleipner Motor AS
N-1612Fredrikstad
New
connector for
electronic
controlbox
SIDE-POWER
Electronic
controlbox to
be removed
from thruster
AMP male
connector to
control panel (s)
Connectors to
thruster
2m
extension
Wet bilge area
EXISTING HARNESS
REMOVED
EXISTING HARNESS
STERN EXTENSION
HARNESS INSTALLED
New Brown
Brown
New Black
Black
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Fr ed ri kst a d
Sl ei pn er M ot or AS
Red
Red
New Red
Blue
New Blue
Grey
New Grey
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2005
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A2
Bolt
New White
S ID E- P O W E R
Red
Existing
Red
(after
cutting)
E le c tr o n ic i n te r fa c e f o r th r u st e r mo t o r co n t ro l s
Cut the
Red wire
as close as
possible to
contact
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION OF STERNTHRUSTER SYSTEMS
PS ! This is additional information especially for sternthruster installations, and the installation
manual for the thruster you are installing must be used complementary.
If a bow thruster is also installed, we strongly advice to use seperate battery banks for the two
thrusters to avoid extreme voltage drop if both thrusters were to be used at the same time, and to
ensure maximum performance.
Battery banks must have common minus!
Refer to the thruster manuals for advised battery capacity and cable sizes for each thruster.
If a single control panel other than Sidepower’s is to be used for both bow and stern thruster,
be sure it has a single positive connection from only one of the two thrusters to avoid current
leakage between the two battery banks. If you are installing the standard Sidepower dual
joystick panel this is already taken care of.
Wiring diagram for installation with original Sidepower dual joystick panel.


When using the original Sidepower control cables just connect them
to the corresponding joystick
There are no plus/positive power connected from the sternthruster
Visual connection diagram for dual joystick panel
SIDEPOWER
THRUSTERS
To bowthruster
BOW
To sternthruster
STERN
ON
ON
OFF
SLEIPNER
Wiring diagram (simplified) for dual joystick panel
Positive lead from
sternthruster has been
removed in panel to
avoid current leakage
between
battery banks if the
thrusters are powered
by different battery
banks.
grey
blue
black
Control
light
Joystick
for bowthruster
ON / OFF
System
STERN
Stern thruster installation manual
red
grey
blue
black
Joystick
for sternthruster
BOW
Version 1.7
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2005
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION OF STERNTHRUSTER SYSTEMS
To use the Sidepower dual joystick panel with previously installed Sidepower
bowthruster with the older 3 lead electric system.
-
Please contact your distributor / dealer to purchase an upgrade kit to rebuild your existing bowthruster to the new 4 lead electric system. The wiring diagram on the previous page will then be the
correct one for your complete system.
To use the Sidepower dual joystick panel with previously installed thruster of
other brand.
-
You should not use the Sidepower dual joystick panel as it is not designed to run other thruster
brands. It may be possible but you must consult a skilled electrician to ensure the compatibility.
The panel can supply a maximum of 1Amp. in the standard configuaration and will therefore normally not be able to directly drive main solenoids on a thruster.
-
If you wish to use this panel to control another brand of bowthruster, a possible solution is to
rebuild the dual joystick panel, so that it for all practical purposes is transformed into two different
controls.
This is done by removing all connections on the “bow-joystick” including the Sidepower connector and the yellow cables between the two joysticks.
You must then connect the black lead coming out of the ON/OFF system in the panel to a
seperate ground/negative with the same ground potential the thrsuter because there are no
ground coming from the sternthruster.
By this, the “bow-joystick” is totally seperated from the Sidepower panel and can be used and
connected as any other joystick or two way switch. Consult your other brand thruster manual
for correct connections. We advice to always fit an ON/OFF switch on the input lead to the
joystick so that it’s function can be de-activated when the thruster is not in use. See example
diagram below.
Visual connection diagram for rebuilt dual joystick panel
To other brand
bowthruster
Control power
FUSE
SIDEPOWER
ON / OFF
THRUSTERS
RH / LH run
BOW
LH / RH run
W
BO
To Sidepower
sternthruster
STERN
ON
ON
OFF
SLEIPNER
Remove the yellow jumper between BOW and STERN joysticks at the back of the panel.
Move the two grey leads from the BOW joystick to the STERN joystick (a total of four grey leads at STERN joystick)
Move the two blue leads from the BOW joystick to the STERN joystick (a total of four blue leads at STERN joystick)
Contact marked with STERN is NOT in use!
NB!
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Sleipner Motor claims no compatibility with other thruster brands and assumes no
responsibility for connection or usage with other thruster brands.
Stern thruster installation manual
Version
Version 1.7
1.6 -- 2009
2005
INSTALLATION CHECKLIST


There is a sturdy additional support under the electric motor, taking the weight/ load of the electromotor
away from the stern-tunnel.
All bolts are securely tightened and sealant is applied as instructed

All necessary actions have been taken to ensure that the thrusters installation compartment will stay dry at all
times.

The electronic controlbox of the thruster have been remotely fitted in a high place where there are no chance
it will be submerged or splashed with water.



All electrical wiring, cable sizes and battery capacity is according to the thruster installation manual.
The unit has been moved by hand and found to run freely.
The gear house, oil-hose and oiltank are filled with oil

The gearoil tank is installed a minimum of 200mm above the waterline.
IMPORTANT USER ADVICE

Never use the thruster if there are people or animals swimming in the area around the thruster. The
thruster propeller can cause serious injuries when it is running.

WARNING ! Never store any items that can leak explosive gas in the same room where the sternthruster is
fitted. The thruster will create sparks that can cause an explosion if there are explosive gases present.

When the boat is going backwards in a “dirty” harbour with lots of floating objects / debris, this can be
“collected” by the transom of the boat. These objects / debris can cause damage to the thruster if
sucked into the tunnel while the thruster are being operated. All the thrusters are built with safety devices
(shearpin
theSP30Si
SE 30 / SP40Si
SE 40 //SE
60 &&flexible
SE 80 //SE
100 // SH
100 / /
(shearpin ininthe
SP55Si
flexiblecouplings
couplings in the SP75Ti
SP95Ti
SP100HYD
SE
120 / /SE
170 / SE/ 210
/ SH 240
/ SP240TCi/ SP240TCi
/ SP285TCi
/ SP300HYD
/ SH 420 // SH
550
SP125Ti
SP155TCi
SP200TCi
/ SP220HYD
/ SP285TCi
/ SP300HYD
SP550HYD
models) changeable from inside the boat, but damages can occur to other parts of the thruster in certain cases.

Always turn of the main power / disconnect the thruster from the batteries before touching any moving parts
of the thruster inside or outside the boat.

If the thruster does not move the boat/does not give any thrust you must immediately stop trying to run it and
turn off the main power switch until the reason for this is found and corrected.

This manual is in addition to the general thruster manual, so this must be read and understood also !
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Sleipner Motor AS assumes no responsibility or liability for the installation of any components.
Skilled installers should be used, and there might be unforeseen factors that can make one or more
installation instructions wrong or not entirely correct for the boat in question. The installation responsibility is thereby solely on the party that are actually performing the installation.
STERNTHRUSTER TUNNEL INSTALLED BY: ........................................................................................
DATE:.............................
INSTALLED THRUSTER: ....................................................................
Stern thruster installation manual
Version 1.7
1.6 - 2009
2005
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