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Autopilot
Installation Guide
Document Number 870405
Date March 2007
Welcome to the Raymarine S1000 on having bought a Raymarine S1000 Autopilot This is specifically designed to be easily integrated with your boats
steering system and
enable you to automatically control the steering
S1000 Autopilot System
Existing hydraulic steering system
S100 REMOTE
S100 Remote
MODE
STANDBY PILOT
Course
computer
GPS input
The S1000 requires
GPS data SeaTalk or
NMEA compatible Autopilot
Pump control pump
to operate correctly
Alarm signal Safety
alarm S1000 Autopilot is intended for use in
HC5345 HC5347 HC5348 and HC5358 SeaStar steering systems
Systems with HC4600 HC4645 HC4647 HC4648 and HC4658 BayStar steering rams
Systems with Hynautic K6 steering rams
SeaTalk is a Registered Trademark of Raymarine
SeaStar is a Registered Trademark of Teleflex Incorporated
BayStar is a Trademark of Teleflex Incorporated
NMEA is a Registered Trademark of the National Marine Electronics All other trademarks used in this document
are Copyright Raymarine UK Limited 2006
S1000 Autopilot Installation Guide 1
Installation overview
Connect the autopilot pump
1 to your existing steering system
Page 9
2 Bleed the steering system
Page 12
3 Secure the autopilot pump
Page 16
4 Fit the course computer
Page 17
5 Fit miscellaneous items
Page 18
Inline
S100 Remote power switch Safety alarm
6 Make electrical connections
Page 21
7 Carry out post installation checks
Page 28
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This guide
Before starting to install your S1000 Autopilot please take time to read this guide In particu
lar please take note of the safety and compatibility EMC information at the
end of this guide
WARNING
This product must be installed and operated in accordance with the
Raymarine instructions provided Failure to observe this could
result in personal injury damage to the boat andor poor product
installation procedures are described in a rational sequence but because of variations in
boat design space available etc you may need to adapt the sequence to suit your you start fitting your S1000 Autopilot we recommend you
Unpack your S1000 Autopilot and check that all parts are present
Plan your S1000 Autopilot installation so that you fit the components in the best possible
note
The S1000 Autopilot must receive position information from a suitable GPS in
order to function correctly GPS systems compatible with SeaTalk or NMEA or
both are suitable If you need advice as to which GPS to use please contact
your Raymarine Autopilot Installation Guide 3
What you need
Parts supplied
Elbow fitting x 4
Autopilot Pump Straight fitting x 2
mounts x 2
T fitting x 2
High pressure Low pressure
steering hoses transparent
x 2 bleeding hose
Nitrile gloves
Wrench 12 mm AF x 19 mm AF
Drill 34 mm
Course Computer
Safety alarm
S100 REMOTE
MODE
STANDBY PILOT
Drain cups Fill cups
Belt clip assembly
S100 Remote 2 x cradles 1 pint 05 liter
hydraulic fluid
Connector block
Lanyard
Power cable
Data cable
Miscellaneous Inline power Ferrite
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cable ties switch
4 S1000 Autopilot Installation Guide
Tools materials required
Pencil
Screwdriver
No 2 Pozidriv Countersink
Drill
Screwdriver Screwdriver
medium small
Absorbent
flat blade flat blade
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disposable wipes
S1000 Autopilot Installation Guide order to make the installation as trouble free
as possible we strongly recommend you
spend adequate time planning the best locations for your autopilot components This important when considering the position of the autopilot pump as
are supplied in fixed lengths so there are some limitations on the positioning of the
autopilot pump with respect to the boats helm pump
If you have internet access please view the installation video on line at you disturb your hydraulic steering system we strongly recommend that you
consult
the manufacturer and read the steering system manuals
Locating the course computer
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
At least 3 ft 1 meter
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Locating autopilot pump
Autopilot pump to be lower
than helm pump
Provide protection Install in a dry location
from physical
damage
Bleed
R es
Bleed
Do not fit in engine compartments near
fuel tanks or in any other area where fuel
vapor is likely
No sharp bends kinks or
chafing of tube
Mount pump location either
horizontally or with connector end up
Do not mount pump with connector
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end down
S1000 Autopilot Installation Guide 7
Using the hydraulic hoses
Three preassembled hydraulic hoses are supplied Two of these are darkcolored high
pressure steering hoses and the third is a transparent lowpressure hose
The transparent hose is intended to help you check for air bubbles when bleeding the
system and must be used only to connect the autopilot pump reservoir to the lower
connector on the helm pump It must NOT be used anywhere else in the system
Bleed
Bleed
Bleed
Po rt
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Sealing hydraulic joints
CAUTION
Do not use sealing tape on any part of a hydraulic system as this can
disintegrate and the resulting particles can cause blockages in the
hydraulic system
Tapered thread
Thread for hose Do not apply sealant to
connection hose connection thread
Note The hydraulic fittings supplied with the autopilot pump have sealant pre
applied to the tapered threads You only need to apply sealant to any extra joints
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you may obtain The recommended sealant for doing this is Loctite 542
Installing tapered thread fittings
1 Hand tighten 2 CAUTION
Do not exceed 13 ftlbs
176 Nm torque
15 turns
From hand tight use a wrench to tighten the joint a
further 15 turns This should make it leakproof
3 CAUTION
Do not exceed 13 ftlbs 176 Nm torque
DO NOT EXCEED 25 TURNS in total from
hand tight
To change the orientation of the joint to align it with the
hose further tighten the joint to a maximum of one
further turn until the joint is facing the required
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Autopilot Installation Guide procedures
1 Connecting the autopilot pump
Connecting the autopilot pump sheet 1
WARNING
Do not allow hydraulic fluid to come into contact with your skin
Wear the protective nitrile gloves provided when working with
hydraulic fluid
WARNING
A sudden release of pressure from a hydraulic system could result in
personal injury Before disconnecting any part of a hydraulic
steering system safely release any pressure in accordance with the
WARNING
The autopilot pump is not suitable for use in the vicinity of
engines fuel tanks or in any other area where fuel vapor is likely
to be present
CAUTION
Do not use the transparent hose for connecting any part of the
steering system other than between the autopilot pump reservoir
and the lower connector on the helm pump
1 Secure the required hydraulic joints 2 Connect the hydraulic hoses to the
elbow or straight into the autopilot autopilot pump Ensure the transparent
pump as described under Installing hose is connected to the reservoir
tapered thread fittings connector
Starboard Reservoir
connector connector
Bleed
Res Po
Bleed
Port
connector
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Connecting the autopilot pump sheet 2
3 Set steering to dead ahead 4 Remove retain the helm pump
and do not move it until breather cap
5 Remove retain the plug from the
helm pump lower connector and 6 Label the port ram hose to aid future
drain the fluid into one of the cups reassembly then disconnect both ram
provided Discard the drained fluid in hoses straight connectors from the
accordance with local regulations helm pump
7 Using the Installing tapered thread fittings
procedure fit T connectors to the helm pump
port and starboard connectors and a straight
connector to the helm pump lower connector
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Autopilot Installation Guide 11
Connecting the autopilot pump sheet 3
8 Connect hydraulic steering hoses from 9 Reconnect the ram hoses to the
autopilot pump Port and Starboard appropriate helm pump T connectors
connectors to the Port and Starboard
connectors on the helm pump so that
Port connects to Port and Starboard
connects to Starboard
to steering
Bleed
Bleed
10 Connect the transparent hose from autopilot pump reservoir hose to the
straight connector at the helm pump lower This completes the connection of
the autopilot pump
Now bleed the steering system
Bleed
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2 Bleeding the steering system
WARNING
Do not allow hydraulic fluid to come into contact with your
skin Wear the protective nitrile gloves provided when
working with hydraulic the autopilot pump will introduce air into the steering system making it feel
spongy and lumpy to operate To return the steering system to smooth operation use the
procedure given here to bleed the air from the system
Bleed procedure sheet 1
1 Top up the helm pump with hydraulic fluid
2 Loosen the autopilot
pump bleed screw 2 full
turns
Bleed
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Bleed procedure sheet 2
3 Using a suitable screwdriver turn the
autopilot pump shaft so that the flat on the
shaft is toward the PORT side of the pump
4 SLOWLY turn the wheel and observe
the bubbles in the transparent tube Keep the helm
pump reservoir topped up while doing this Keep
turning the wheel until there are no
more bubbles ie so the hydraulic fluid in the
transparent tube is clear
Bleed Bleed
Res Res
rt rt
Po Po
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Bleed procedure sheet 3
5 Using a suitable screwdriver turn the autopilot
pump shaft so that the flat on the shaft is toward
the starboard STBD side of the pump
6 SLOWLY turn the wheel clockwise and observe the bubbles
in the transparent tube Keep the helm pump reservoir
topped up while doing this Keep turning the wheel
until there are no more bubbles ie so
the hydraulic fluid in the transparent tube is clear
Bleed Bleed
Res Res
rt rt
Po Po
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Bleed procedure sheet 4
7 Top up the hydraulic fluid
Correct fluid level
Helm pump
8 Turn the autopilot pump bleed screw fully clockwise and handtighten it
Bleed
9 Replace the helm pump breather cap
This completes the
bleed procedure
Now secure the pump
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3 Securing the pump
Securing the pump
1 Place the pump at the intended 2 Drill two 18 34 mm pilot holes
location and mark holes for the for the fixing screws
fixing screws
Bleed
3 Countersink the pilot holes to prevent 4 Slide the mounts onto
damage to the mounting surface the pump bracket feet then secure
the pump with the screws Bleed
When the autopilot pump is
secure fit the course computer
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4 Fitting the course computer
Securing course computer
1 Mark holes for fixing screws 2 Drill two 18 34 mm pilot holes
for fixing screws
3 Countersink the pilot holes to prevent 4 Partially screw in the screws provided
damage to the mounting surface then slot the course computer onto the
screws and tighten screws
The course computer is now secure
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5 Fitting miscellaneous items
Safety alarm
Locating
Securing
1 Mark holes for fixing screws 2 Drill two 18 34 mm pilot holes
3 Countersink the pilot holes to prevent 4 Secure the safety alarm with the
damage to the mounting surface screws D76071
Fitting batteries in S100 Remote
2 x AAA batteries supplied
When replacing use only highquality
alkaline AAA size batteries
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Fitting S100 Remote cradle
At fixed position On belt clip
1 Mark holes for the fixing screws 1
2 Drill three 18 34 mm pilot
holes for the fixing screws
3 Countersink the pilot holes to
prevent damage to the mounting
surface ck
4 Secure the cradle To separate cradle from clip
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Inline power switch
Locating
Fit the inline power switch in a
Securing
1 2
Cut 1116 18 mm
1 inch5 mm
maximum
Ensure the protrusion on the
switch barrel goes fully into
3 the mounting hole
4 5
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When all items have been fitted
connect up the system Autopilot Installation Guide 21
6 Electrical Summary
WARNING
Before making electrical connections to any part of the S1000
system ensure the power source for the system is switched off
Course Computer
Bleed
Autopilot
Pump
RF ground
See Diagram A
See Diagram B
Inline power switch
See Diagram B
Data NMEA Spur See Diagram C
cable Diagram D
Alarm
See Diagram C
SeaTalk
See Diagram C
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When you need to join wires use the either the supplied Scotchlock connectors or as Scotchlock connectors are suitable for joining thin data wires
They are NOT suitable the safety alarm
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S1000 Autopilot Grounding
The S1000 Autopilot system requires an RF ground connection to be made to conformance with the EU regulations requirements AFTER installation The RF
ground connection is also essential to maintain the performance of the
system in all regardless of local regulations requirements world to provide an RF ground when the S1000 Autopilot is installed could result in a
degraded performance and may affect the operation of the system
The recommended MINIMUM requirement for an RF ground lead is
Flat tinned copper braid 025 inch 65 mm width minimum Equivalent stranded wire
diameter 016 inch 4 mm
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Diagram A Connecting RF ground preferred method
Course computer
S1000 Autopilot
0191O
Product Code A18107
POWER PUMP
FCC ID PJ5S1000
IC 4069BS1000
Raymarine Ltd
Portsmouth PO3 5TD England
If the boat does not have a ground plate use the alternative method
shown in the following diagram to connect the RF ground
Boat hull
RF Ground Plate
Alternative method
Note Use this method of connecting the terminal ONLY if the boat does
not have an RF grounding plate
When using this method do NOT connect the terminal to any other point
Course computer
S1000 Autopilot
0191O
Product Code A18107
Product Code A18107
POWER PUMP
FCC ID PJ5S1000
IC 4069BS1000
Raymarine Ltd
Portsmouth PO3 5TD England
Now connect the power
the autopilot pump
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Diagram B Connecting power autopilot pump
Course computer
S1000 Autopilot
0191O
Product Code A18107
POWER PUMP
FCC ID PJ5S1000
IC 4069BS1000
Raymarine Ltd
Portsmouth PO3 5TD England
Brown Blue
Integral
10 A fuse Integral
ferrite
Black Red
12 V
Power supply Autopilot pump
Inline
power switch
Now make the necessary
Data Cable connections
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Diagram C Connecting the Data Cable
Course Computer
GPS requirement
The S1000 must receive GPS information to
function correctly Use the Data Cable supplied
to connect the Course Computer to a GPS using
either of the following methods
1 To a Raymarine GPS via SeaTalk connections
2 To a Raymarine GPS via NMEA spur
3 To a nonRaymarine GPS via NMEA spur
NMEA connector not
Clip ferrite to supplied from GPS
Data Cable
as close to NMEA Spur
the connector
as possible
When connecting NMEA data from an external source always
connect via the NMEA spur on the Data Cable Do NOT connect
NMEA data from an external source directly to the connector on
the Course Computer
Data
cable For details of the NMEA Spur
connections refer to Diagram D
Each time power is applied to an S1000 Autopilot connected to a
Raymarine GPS via NMEA or SeaTalk the S1000 will set the GPS
filtering to WEAK
Connector
Purple block Red
Safety
White Black alarm
Yellow SeaTalk Data
Red SeaTalk 12 V
SeaTalk
Black SeaTalk 0 V
If you want to connect to an external SeaTalk system ensure each of these
SeaTalk wires connects to the wire of the same color in the external system
When you have completed the electrical connections
secure the wires at the Course Computer
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Diagram D NMEA connections
Course Computer
Using with Raymarine GPS
If a Raymarine GPS such as the Raystar 120 or 125
is to be connected to the S1000 Autopilot via NMEA
the NMEA in and out ve and ve lines must all be
correctly connected
Each time power is applied to an S1000 Autopilot
connected to a Raymarine GPS via NMEA or SeaTalk
the S1000 will set the GPS filtering to WEAK
NMEA Pin 1
Connector Pin 2
NMEA Spur
Pin 3
Pin 5
CAUTION
Before making any changes to the Data Cable
Data disconnect it from the Course Computer
cable
If it is more convenient to connect the NMEA spur to the GPS
without using the NMEA connector you can remove the
connector and prepare the cable end as appropriate for your
preferred method of connection Refer to the wire table below as necessary
Wire Pin NMEA signal Connection at
color number at S1000 3rd party GPS
Brown 1 ve out NMEA ve receive
Green 2 ve out NMEA ve receive
Orange 3 ve in NMEA ve transmit
Blue 5 ve in NMEA ve transmit
SeaTalk safety
alarm When you have completed the electrical
connections connections secure the wires at the
see Diagram C Course Computer
Autopilot Installation Guide 27
Secure wires
Course Computer
POWER PUMP
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This completes the installation procedure Now carry out the Post installation S1000
Autopilot Installation Guide
7 Post you have completed the installation of your S1000 Autopilot use the to
First carry out the Manual checks below to check the the steering operation and check
the system for leaks then
Carry out the Autopilot checks setup procedures below to check the autopilot operates
the steering in the correct direction and to set up the autopilot checks
With autopilot power off turn the wheel from hard over port to hard over starboard If the
steering operates and turns in the correct direction proceed with the other checks
If the steering feels uneven andor less responsive than it was before you installed your you may need to bleed the entire steering system To do this
use the at the following web Check for leaks sheet 1
1 Ensure all hydraulic joints are secure then turn
the wheel to port When the hard over point is
reached continue turning to port to pressurize the
port lines until the safety valve releases At this
point the fluid in the port lines will be at
maximum pressure and the wheel has a lumpy
feel when turned further to port
2 With the port lines at maximum pressure check
the port lines for leaks paying particular
attention to the joints
If a leak occurs turn the wheel to starboard to
release the pressure then repair the leak and
repeat steps 1 2
Continue on sheet 2
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Check for leaks sheet 2
3 Turn the wheel to starboard and when the hard
over point is reached continue turning to
starboard to pressurize the starboard lines until
the safety valve releases At this point the fluid in
the starboard line will be at maximum pressure
and the wheel has a lumpy feel when turned
further to 4 With the starboard lines at maximum pressure
check the starboard lines for leaks paying
particular attention to the joints
If a leak occurs turn the wheel to port to release
the pressure then repair the leak and repeat
steps 3 4
5 After 24 hours recheck the steering system to
ensure there are still no hydraulic fluid leaks
checks setup
WARNING
Before switching on power to the course computer make
sure that personnel are clear of the steering gear and
outboard motors and that the boat is securely moored
1 Switch on power to the S1000 system
2 Carry out the Checking direction of turn procedure below
Checking direction of turn sheet 1
Before casting off check that the S1000 operates the boats steering system in the correct
direction
1 At the S100 Remote hold down STANDBY for 2 SETUP
seconds to enter Setup mode
Continue on sheet 2
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Checking direction of turn sheet 2
2 Hold down and in turn and as each of these is pressed ensure that the outboard
motors turns to give the correct direction of steer
3 If the outboard motors doesdo not move correctly DO NOT USE THE BOAT At the
S100 Remote hold down STANDBY for 2 seconds to leave Setup mode and return to
Standby mode then check that the S1000 components have been installed correctly In
particular check that the autopilot pump wiring and hydraulics are connected
Autopilot Installation Guide Approved by FCC USA CE Europe IC pump
Current consumption 4 A at 100 psi 69 kP 7 A at 500 psi 3449 kP
Dimensions 65 in 165 mm x 25 in 65 mm x 32 in 82 mm
Weight 3 lbs 14 kg
Course computer
Voltage 10 V dc to 16 V dc
Current consumption 4 A nominal with autopilot pump running
Dimensions 65 in 165 mm x 67 in 170 mm x 173 in 44 mm
Data InOut SeaTalk NMEA 0183
S100 Remote
Voltage 3 V supplied by two internal AAA batteries
Dimensions S100 Remote only 101 mm x 605 mm x 35 mm
Remote in cradle103 mm x 66 mm x 44 mm
IPX 6 and IPX 7
Hydraulic fittings
Tapered thread NPT National Pipe Thread
Hose connection thread 916 UNEF Unified Extra fluid
Recommended Type Marine Steering Fluid
Other suitable Types Texaco HO15
Shell Aero 4
Esso Univis N15
Chevron Aviation Fluid A
Mobil Aero HFA
Fluids meeting MIL H5606 S1000 Autopilot Installation notices
WARNING Product installation operation
This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the Raymarine
instructions provided Failure to do so could result in personal injury damage to
your boat andor poor product performance
WARNING Electrical safety
Make sure you have switched off the power supply before you start installing this
the best of our knowledge the information in this guide was correct when it went to press However accept liability for any inaccuracies or omissions
it may contain
In addition our policy of continuous product improvement may change without notice cannot accept liability for any differences between the product
and this guide
EMC Installation Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the design and manufacture conforms to
the appropriate Compatibility EMC standards but
correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised Although every effort has been taken
to ensure that they will perform under all conditions it is important to understand what factors could affect the
operation of the product
The guidelines given here describe the conditions for optimum EMC performance but it is recognized that it may not
be possible to meet all of these conditions in all situations To ensure the best possible conditions for within the constraints imposed by any
location always ensure the maximum separation different items of electrical optimum EMC performance it is recommended that wherever possible
Raymarine equipment and cables connected to it are
At least 3 ft 1 m from any equipment transmitting or cables carrying radio signals eg VHF radios cables
and antennas In the case of SSB radios the distance should be increased to 7 ft 2 m
More than 7 ft 2 m 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 equipment is supplied from a separate battery from that used for engine start Voltage drops below 10 V in
the power supply to our products and starter motor transients can cause the equipment to reset This will not
damage the equipment but may cause the loss of some information and may change the operating mode
Raymarine specified cables are used Cutting and rejoining these cables can compromise EMC performance and
must be avoided unless doing so is detailed in the installation manual
If a suppression ferrite is attached to a cable this ferrite should not be removed If the ferrite needs to be
removed during installation it must be reassembled in the same Autopilot Installation Guide
Ferrites
The following illustration shows typical cable suppression ferrites used with Raymarine equipment Always use the
ferrites supplied by to Other Equipment
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
34 S1000 Autopilot Installation UK Ltd Raymarine Inc
Quay Point 21 Manchester Road New Hampshire PO6 3TD
United Kingdom
Tel 1 44 0 23 9269 3611
Fax 1 44 0 23 9269

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