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IS40Triton SystemInstallation Manualwwwbandgcom  wwwsimradyachtingcomSTBYAUTOViYd7jseW209AdobeUCSAdobeUCSPreface  IS40Triton System Installation ManualPrefaceAs Navico are continuously improving this product we retain the right to make changes to the product at any time which may not be re037ected in this version of the manual Please contact your nearest distributor if you require any further assistanceIt is the owner222s sole responsibility to install and use the instrument and transducers in a manner that will not cause accidents personal injury or property damage The user of this product is solely responsible for observing safe boating practicesNAVICO HOLDING AS AND ITS SUBSIDIARIES BRANCHES AND AFFILIATES DISCLAIM ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN A WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS DAMAGE OR THAT MAY VIOLATE THE LAWGoverning Language This statement any instruction manuals user guides and other information relating to the product Documentationy be translated to or has been translated from another language Translationn the event of any con037ict between any Translation of the Documentation the English language version of the Documentation will be the o036cial version of the DocumentationThis manual represents the product as at the time of printing Navico Holding AS and its subsidiaries branches and a036liates reserve the right to make changes to speci035cations without noticeCopyrightCopyright 251 2012 Navico Holding ASWarrantyThe warranty card is supplied as a separate document In case of any queries refer to the brand web site of your display or system wwwbandgcom and wwwsimradyachtingcom Important text that requires special attention from the reader is emphasized as followsNote Used to draw the reader222s attention to a comment or some important information  Warning Used when it is necessary to warn personnel that they should proceed carefully to prevent risk of injury andor damage to equipmentpersonnelPreface  IS40Triton System Installation ManualDeclarations and conformanceThis equipment is intended for use in international waters as coastal sea area administered by countries of the EU and EEAThe Triton and IS40 systems comply with the following regulationsThe IS40 and Triton Display meet the technical standards in accordance with Part 15103 of the FCC rulesAbout this manualThis manual is a reference guide for installing the Triton and IS40 system The manual assumes that the installer has at very least basic knowledge of DC electrical systems and of working with power tools with materials such as 035berglass and wood An understanding of basic navigation nautical terminology and practices may be helpful in correct con035guration of the product Warning It is your sole responsibility to install and use the accidents personal injury or property damage Always observe safe boating practices Note The choice location and installation of transducers and other components of the system are critical to the performance of the system as intended If in doubt consult your dealerNote Global Positioning System The Global Positioning System GPSs operated by the US Government which is solely responsible for its operation accuracy and maintenance The GPS is subject to changes which could a034ect the accuracy and performance of all GPS equipment anywhere in the world including this instrument Contents  IS40Triton System Installation ManualContentsIntroductionOverviewInstallationChoosing a locationViewing anglesFitting with mounting clipWiringIntroduction to NMEA 2000 SimNet11Daisy chaining the display11Drop cable connection of the display12Typical network example13The SG05 EVC gatewayTroubleshootingSpares  AccessoriesTechnical Speci037cations16Display17Dimensional drawingsIntroduction  IS40Triton System Installation ManualIntroductionThe Triton and IS40 Display utilizes a unique bonded 41inch sunlight viewable LCD display to o034er clearly read sailing information including wind speed depth heading autopilot status log timer and much moreHigh contrast and a 155033 viewing angle provide excellent readability whilst the bonded display ensures there is no chance of condensation occurring regardless of the conditionsPower consumption is extremely low for this class of product  155 mA at 135 V with backlight driven at full brightnessDual MicroC connectors provide for quick and easy daisychain connection  ideal for retro035t or new build MicroC is the industry standard cabling used for NMEA 2000 systemsOverview  IS40Triton System Installation ManualOverviewThe Display and Autopilot controller AUTOMenu  Enter keyUsed to enter the main menu select sub menus and con035rm selectionNote Press and holding the Enter key for 3 seconds takes you directly to the display setup lighting level screen If the lighting level is set below 5 it will automatically increase to 5 Use the up and down keys to set the desired level and press Enter to con035rm2Page keyScrolls through the eight default display pages and navigates back a step in menusNote the eight default display pages including Autopilot page can be customized to display the required data Directional keysScrolls up and down through selected menus  set values4Mode keyChanges the Autopilot modeSTBY keyNote the key is labeled OFF on some modelsChanges the autopilot to Standby mode6Course control keysChanges target course  Activates Non Follow Up NFUin Standby modeAuto keyChanges the autopilot to AUTO mode048DHLPTXdhjl4NORPQUVWXST7Avw s9bT9VJs0asUasUTksIsIQVsAVsA9y9YRPVJs09VVNNNyN0NkOk8sEUkQs099sA 011eYAf2NZKA7KPYddZc6PPy2ZZZZYYYAf2KA7KPddZcAKdAQCFFFFHFFFP55XF29294x000vvoR0FFFQ sg29296R2929224x0004x0004x000iiiivvvv222200000000T4FTT4FTppTisU99VQQVsAYVshgyVvFCyVv9VRYRY5U7YasULV4asUrmm9 rsIsIXVsAYsL69YR9VRWk8sssrTzTFCCFJC Cf9bR CwGVtRVjiVVCiSsIasUTTTTTVsAVsAVsAVsAVsA9bTN9999sss99999YR9YR9YR9YRVVYVJs0VJs0VJs0VJs0VJs0VsVs99VsVsVs9ssI9NNNNNNNNCCNNNNNN99999999RRRRRRUUvvvvvvvvbNNNNNNNNNNNN99RRvvNNNNNNNNNNCCNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNWW99999999vvvvvvvvVVJNNNNNejbsaa 0fSSSS99sVTWsrrSSSV5asU9IvRs4RRTKSSvQQQs9KUsv22U2U222rU2222w2x22z222w222222222222 22242H22I2I2 22B22L2C222222B22FFFAT5Oiivv92KAXUfhsUs9aTass92AC242 22T2ATTnnn2AEkFF232A82A0 00Po0zpwwz222222sOst2o2p222A22A02d322222At558P5tAX7 7000   7  A7 07AtttttptttttOztuwpppppzpppptpupwztuwPPPPPzPPPPtPuPwztuw00000z0000t0u0w     z    t u wztuwztuwAztuw0ttztuwztuwztuwztuw     z    t u wXInstallation  IS40Triton System Installation ManualInstallationThe IS40Triton display may be mounted via a 037ush mounting clip or with the retention bracket attached to the rear of the unit Choosing a locationChoose the mounting locations carefully before you drill or cut The display should be mounted so that the operator can easily use the controls and clearly see the display screen Be sure the chosen location allows access for routing the cables Ensure that any holes cut will not weaken the boat222s structure If in doubt consult a quali035ed boat builder Before cutting a hole in a surface make sure that there are no hidden electrical wires or other parts behind the panel Leave su036cient clearance space to connect all relevant cables If multiple instruments are to be mounted in a row ensure measurement of space takes in to account the correct spacing between displaysThese displays are highcontrast antire037ective and are easily read in direct sunlightFor width height and depth requirements please see the drawings at the back of this manualViewing anglesThe IS40Triton display o034ers 170 degrees viewing angle both horizontally and vertically Avoid installation in locations that require the instrument to have signi035cant rotation of axis relative to the deck  Users wearing polarized sun glasses may have trouble clearly reading a screen that is at a signi035cantly di034erent angle to the lensesInstallation  IS40Triton System Installation ManualFitting with mounting clipUse the template to cut the required size hole in the chosen location At the same time mark the holes to be drilled for the fasteners Take care to be as accurate as possible when cutting out the mounting hole  the mounting clip should be a close but not tight 035t in the hole If the clip requires pressure to get in to position there is a high chance it will distort and not retain the display as well as intended Check that the clip lines up with the markings for the fastener mounting holes then drill the holes Fasten the mounting clip in place with the supplied screws The display can then be 035tted by pressing into the mounting clip aperture  a positive 221click222 should be felt when the display engages with the clip Check that all four edges of the display make good contact with the mounting surface and apply adequate compression to the gasket   Installation  IS40Triton System Installation ManualFitting with retention bracketThe display may be mounted using only the mounting clip or may be secured additionally with the retention bracket In order to secure the bracket adequate rear access must be available to 035t the fasteners Before 035tting the display in to the mounting position 035rmly wind the threaded rods into the back of the display by handPlace the display in to position and 035t the retention bracket followed by washers and fastenersMultiple displaysIf mounting displays in a row or column ensure that enough space is left for the sun covers to clip on Even where the sun covers are not required the correct spacing should be used as the displays require 35 mm on each side when rotating for removal from the mounting clipThe absolute minimum space that should be allowed for each display isWiring  IS40Triton System Installation ManualWiringThe IS40Triton display can be connected to either an NMEA 2000 or SimNet network There is no separate power cable as the unit is powered from the network There are two MicroC connectors on each display allowing for daisy chaining which greatly increases the ease of connecting multiple displays that are in close proximity and can save in cable weight and loom size Note this method is approved in SimNet networks but not in NMEA 2000 networksIntroduction to NMEA 2000 SimNetNMEA 2000 is a combined electrical and data speci035cation and is based on CAN Controller Area Network  SAE J1939technology NMEA 2000 permits exchange of data and commands between the interfaced products NMEA 2000 stipulates the use of MicroC and MiniC hardware for the physical aspect of the network Most NMEA 2000 devices can be connected directly to the NMEA 2000 backbone and SimNet devices can be connected by using adapter cables Essential network information NMEA 2000 is a powered network It must have a separate 1215 V DC power supply protected by a 5 Amp fuse Do not connect the NMEA 2000 power cable to the same terminals as the start batteries Autopilot Computer Radar thruster or other high current productsA single drop cable has a maximum length of 6 m 20 ft The total An NMEA 2000 networkft between any two pointsAn NMEA 2000 network needs to have a terminator at each end of the backbone A terminator can be one of the followinga power cable with built in terminatora terminated blanking pluga wind transducer terminator is in the mast head unit as opposed to mast cableWiring  IS40Triton System Installation ManualCertain products have two MicroC or SimNet connectors which can be made to be an in line component of the backbone Connecting from device to device is known as 221daisy chaining222 This network topology is not o036cially NMEA 2000 compliantPlanning and installing a network backbonePlan the backbone carefully The NMEA 2000 backbone needs to run between the locations of all products you want to install typically in a bow to stern layout and be no further than 6 m from a device to be connectedChoose from the following components to make up your NMEA 2000 backboneMicroC power cables with or without terminationTconnector Use at locations where you want to connect a device by drop cableWind transducer If using a wind sensor plan to connect this to one end of the backbone as this has a terminator built inMicroC male and MicroC female to SimNet adaptor cables for connecting to existing SimNet bus or adding devices 035tted with a SimNet connector to a MicroC network Power the networkAn NMEA 2000 network requires its own 12 V DC power supply protected by a 5 amp fuse or breaker In smaller NMEA 2000 systems the power connection may be made anywhere in the system For larger systems introduce power at a central point in the cable without termination Note When joining an NMEA 2000 network to a SimNet network it is not necessary to introduce power to bothNote Do not connect the power cable to the same terminals as the autopilot computer pulse radar bow thruster or other high current devices  the network may be a034ected by voltage drop when these devices are operated Avoid connection to the engine starting batteries where possibleWiring  IS40Triton System Installation ManualDaisy chaining the displayWhere displays are located close together the supplied interconnection cable may be used to link the displays in series The daisy chain should form part of the backbone It is not advisable to daisy chain devices o034 a drop cableIS40Triton Display2Interconnection cable 06 m suppliedNMEA 2000  SimNet backbone Drop cable connection of the displayIS40Triton Display2Drop cableNote For SimNet backbone a SimNet to MicroC adapter cable must be used part no 24005729NMEA 2000 backbone 4MicroC TconnectorsWiring  IS40Triton System Installation ManualTypical network exampleNotesThe backbone must be terminated at both ends The wind sensor has a builtin terminator and can be used as one of the terminatorsDaisychaining as shown in this illustration is recommended for ease of installation It will still be compatible with most NMEA 2000 devices but not fully comply with NMEA 2000 standardWiring  IS40Triton System Installation ManualThe SG05 EVC gatewayThe SG05 is connected to the NMEA 2000 network in place of Autopilot computer It connects to a Volvo Gateway for communication with Volvo222s EVC systemNote that rudder angle data is sourced from the EVC system and a seperate rudder angle indicator is not required IS40Triton systemSimNet to MicroC adapter cableSD05 SimNet  Volvo GatewayVolvo Gateway pno 0001258001Troubleshooting  IS40Triton System Installation ManualTroubleshootingSolutionUnit does not power network has 12 V connectedTry connecting to a di034erent network cable in case power wires damaged internallyUnit does not show data for a speci035c sourceIn the advanced setup menu select sources and manually select the required data sourceCheck the network connection on the data sourceUnit does not show any data from any connected sourceUnit data sources intermittently drop In the advanced setup menu select sources option then select AUTO SELECTCheck the Device List menu and see if any devices are detectedTry connecting to a di034erent network cable in case data wires damaged internallyIn the advanced setup menu check the diagnostics page to see if any errors are occurringCheck network topology and termination rules are correctly implementedDisconnect other devices from network onebyone starting with 3rd party devicesSpares  Accessories  IS40Triton System Installation ManualSpares  AccessoriesPart NumberWind sensorWind sensor pack with 20 meter mast cableWind sensor pack with 35 meter mast cableRC42N Rate compass microcCable microc right angle interconnect Sun cover displaySimNet cable to MicroC Adapter cable for SimNet products in an NMEA 2000 networkNote New accessories are continuously being developed check with your dealer or on the brand web sites wwwbandgcom and wwwsimradyachtingcom for details on new productsTechnical Speci037cations  IS40Triton System Installation ManualTechnical Speci037cationsDisplayFor more technical details refer to the brand web sites wwwbandgcom and wwwsimradyachtingcom WeightPower consumption150 mA at 135 V Network loadMaximum 10 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