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nke  marine electronics ZI Kerandr  Rue Gutenberg  56700 HENNEBONT FRANCE                httpwwwnkefr  After sale service n 0 892 680 656 MultifunctionTL25 and its remote controlProduct reference  9060244 white  9060256 black USER GUIDE and  INSTALLATION GUIDE REV  1  2   TL25 User guide 3360021000 TABLE OF CONTENT 1 USING  3 11 PRESENTATION  3 12 LIST OF CHANNELS CREATED  5 13 KEYPAD FUNCTIONS OF THE REMOTE CONTROL  6 14 CHANNEL SELECTION  6 15 WHAT IS A SUBCHANNEL  7 16 ALARMES SETTING  8 17 FILTERING OF THE CHANNELS  10 18 LIGHTING SETTING  11 19NITS  12 110 ZERO SETTING OF THE DAILY LOG  13 111 CHOICE OF LANGUAGES  14 112 USE OF THE CHRONOMETER  15 113 NMEA LINK  16 114 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS  18 115 VERSION AND ADDRESS NUMBER OF THE DISPLAY  18 116 DIAGNOSTIC FOR ST LEVEL TROUBLESHOOTING  18 117TL25 INITIALISATION  SEE CHAPTER 48  18 2 SENSOR CALIBRATION  19 21 SETTING PROCEDUREOF THE CALIBRATION COEFFICIENT  19 22 OFFSET SETTING PROCEDURE  19 23 AUTOCOMPENSATION OF THE FLUXGATE COMPASS  20 3 INSTALLATION  21 31 PACKING LIST   21 32 LIST OF ACCESSORIES  21 33 INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS  21 34 MOUNTING ON MAST FOOT SUPPORT  22 35 WALL MOUNTING  23 36 CONNECTION TO THE OPLINEBUS AND TO THE NMEA BUS OF THE INSTALLATION  24 37 IDENTIFICATION OF THE CABLE WIRES  24 38TL25 AND REMOTE CONTROL INITIALIZATION  25  3   TL25 User guide 3360021000 1 USING 11 Presentation TheMultifunction TL25 is a display from the TOPLINE range Its three screens with high definition LCD technology offer excellent readability and a wide angle of view of the data displayed whether by daylight or at night It is connected to the TOPLINE bus of your installation and displays all the channels available on the bus The TL25 is controlled using either a cable remote control or a radio remote control not included with the product Chanel name Data value UnitAlarm signal 4   TL25 User guide 3360021000 Architecture of the installation  The presence of the equipment in the following diagram is for information only and does not represent the equipment of your installation Cable TOPLINE 2061001GNDDATA black12VDC whiteFigure 1log depth interface9060450       logspeedomtredepthconnecting box9060417NMEA NMEA  input NMEABOAT SPEED APP WIND AnKNOTSDEGRESnnDEPTHMETERS 5   TL25 User guide 3360021000 12 List of channels created  The master display whether it is the TL25 orany other TOPLINE display and each TOPLINEsensor automatically create their respective channels when they are connected to the TOPLINE bus  Channels created by the  TL25when set as  master display Channel designation  Magnetic heading Apparent wind angle Apparent wind speed Depth Boat speed Maximum and average speed Distance and bearing to man over board Configuration Bus voltage VMG  CMG True wind speed True wind angle True wind direction Corrected heading Estimated distance Estimated angle Total log  Tip log NMEA Performancechannels displayed Target speed  Heading on other side Optimum wind angle NMEA channels displayed Optimum VMG angle Optimum CMG angle  Efficiency at closehaul  Polar efficiency Speed over Ground and Course over ground  Crosstrack error  Please note that the channels MAXSPD and AVERAGE SPD can be accessed when the TL25 is master In this case these channels are displayed alternatively on one single screen By default this channel is calculated using the surface speed and in the absence of the latter it will be calculated using the bottom speed These average and maximum values are calculated from the last powerup of your installation You can reset these channels to zero without switching off the bus  select the channel MAXSPD and AVERAGE SPD thenpress the key for 2 seconds  6   TL25 User guide 3360021000 13 Keypad functions of the remote control  key Press this key to select one of the three display screens of the TL25 The selected screen flickers Low key and  High key These keys allow to select a different channel to the one already displayed They also allow to increment or decrement a data which is in the process of being modified  keyThe remote control also enables you to control the other displays of your TOPLINE installation the address of which is lower than the address of the remote control Press this key to select the TOPLINE display which you wish to operate Ent key This key allows to access the subchannels and to validate the settings you implement Brief pressure on this key also allows to set the level of lighting Mob Man Over Board keyPress this key for 5 seconds and the function Man Over Board is activated When a speedometer and a compass are connected to the TOPLINE bus the displays then automatically indicate the estimated heading and distance to reach the man over board If your installation only comprises a speedometer then only the estimated distance will be displayed To disable the Man Over Board alarm you must cut off the power supply of your TOPLINEinstallation CAUTION  the calculation of the estimate for the Man Over Board function does not take into account the drift of the boat caused by the current and the wind For more detailed information please refer to the remote control user guide 14 Channel selection  The three screens of the TL25 are independent Using the remote control configure the display according to your requirements Examples of configuration BOAT SPEEDAPP WIND AnKNOTSDEGREESnnDEPTHMETRESBOAT SPEEDAPP WIND Anr COMPAS HEADNOEUDSDEGREESDEGREES 7   TL25 User guide 3360021000 141 Procedure 142 List of channels displayed The master display whether it is the TL25 or any other TOPLINE display and each TOPLINEsensor automatically create their respective channels when they are connected to the TOPLINE bus You will find the list of created channels in annex 1 15 What is a subchannel The subchannels are made to modify setting and display parameters of the channels For example the subchannels of the surface speed channel are offset and calibrationcoefficient  setting parameters of the logspeedometer sensor the measurement unit  in knots or in kmhrfilter settinghigh alarm and low alarm setting The same applies to all channels present on the TOPLINE bus The following chapters provide detailed explanations on how to access the subchannels and implement the settings CAUTION  if your installation is equipped with several TOPLINE displays make sure that the remote control controls the display which you wish to operate Press the  key repeatedly until the intended display blinks Using the key from wich you wish to change the channelBOAT SPEEDAPP WIND Anr COMPAS HEADNOEUDSDEGREESDEGREES select the rowFigure 2 DEPTHThe new display is save in memory select in the listnnMETRESthe channel you wish to displayThe selected row flikersUsing the key 8   TL25 User guide 3360021000 16 Alarms setting  The setting of an alarm enables you to monitor the value of a channel When the preset threshold is exceeded a warning message is displayed and an audible alarm is activated For example you can set an upper threshold and a lower threshold on the surface speed channel High alarm is activated when the display is higher than the programmed threshold Low alarm is activated when the display is lower than the programmed threshold To cancel the alarm of a channel enter the value  in the upper alarm and the lower alarm Thus the setting of the alarms will allow you to supervise your TOPLINE installation effectively as well as the good operation of your boat  Note that for angular channels such as magnetic heading or wind angle the subchannels of alarms are the alarm base and the alarm range 161 Setting procedure CAUTION  if your installation is equipped with several TOPLINE displays make sure that the remote control controls the display which you wish to operate Press the  key repeatedly until the intended display flickers EntEntPress and hold the keyuntil the subchannel ALARM appears Release the keyto select the subchannel  LOW ALARM  ou  HIGH ALARMBOAT SPEEDKNOTSHIGH ALARMFigure 3Then successively press the keyHIGH ALARMThe new value is saved in memoryValidate and exite the alarm menu by maintaining pressure onEntLOW ALARMEnUsing the keysset the new alarm value 20nUsing the key select the channelThe selected row flikers from wich you wish to set an alarmBOAT SPEEDAPP WIND AnKNOTSDEGRESnnDEPTHMETRES 9   TL25 User guide 3360021000 162 Alarms activation procedure  After having set the alarms you can activate or disable all the alarms When alarms are activated the alarm symbol below appears at the bottom left of the display  EntUsing the keysselect the channel CONFIGPress and hold the keyBOAT SPEEDAPP WIND AnrCOMP HEADKNOTSDEGREESDEGREESVALID ALARMEFigure 4CONFIGEntUsing the keysuntil the subchannel valid alarme appears Releaseselect YESValidate by maintaining pressure on the keyNOYESAfter 5 s the TL25 automatically exits the setting mode 10   TL25 User guide 3360021000 17 Filtering of the channels The level of filtering of a channel determines the frequency of update of the data displayed For example in rough sea when the boat moves significantly it is useful to increase the filtering of the speed channel to stabilise the value displayed Conversely in calm sea low filtering will be preferable to obtain a fast response of the display Filtering is adjustable between  and 32 and the default value is  The lower this value is the higher the frequency of update  is Filter setting procedure  EntEntUsing the keyselect the channel you need to change the filtering Presse and hold the keyuntil  high ALARM appears Releaseto select the subchannel FILTERINGBOAT SPEEDFILTERINGFigure 5Then successively press the keyHIGH ALARMThe new filtering value is saved in memoryValidate and exits the menu by maintaining a pressure un keyEntFILTERINGnUsing the keyset the new filtering value 10nThe selected channel flickersBOAT SPEEDAPP WIND AnrCOMP HEADKNOTSDEGREESDEGREES 11   TL25 User guide 3360021000 18 Lighting setting The TL25 as well as the other displays of the TOPLINE range have five levels of backlighting  0  no lighting 1 corresponds to the minimum level of lighting and 4 to the maximum level You have the option to set the level of lighting either on the TL25 only or on every TOPLINEdisplay of your installation   181 TL25 setting procedure  182 Setting procedure for every display of your installation Follow the above procedure then press on the Entkey  to apply the setting to every display EntPress the keyof the remote controlREGL  NIVEAUVENT  ANGAnrCAP  MAGNLIMI7REDEGRESDEGRESUsing the keyset the lighting level from  0 to 4After 5 second the TL25 exit automatically this menuThe lighting level is saved un memoryFigure 6BOAT SPEEDAPP WIND Anr COMPAS HEADNOEUDSDEGREESDEGREES 12   TL25 User guide 3360021000 19 Units You have the option to choose the display units of the channels  in knots or in kmhr for the logspeedometer  in knots or ms for the anemometer  in degree Fahrenheit or in degree Celsius for the temperature  in meters or in feet for the sounder Unit setting procedure  EntUsing the keyselect the channel for which you wish to change the unitPress and hold the keyuntil the subchannel UNIT appears ReleaseThe new unit is saved to the memory In approximataly 5 or 6 seconds display will revert to valueUsing the keysselect the UNITBOAT SPEEDKNOTSUNITKMHnBOAT SPEEDkmhFigure 7Validate and exit the setting by maintaining the pressure onEntThe selected channel flickersBOAT SPEEDAPP WIND Anr COMPAS HEADNOEUDSDEGREESDEGREES 13   TL25 User guide 3360021000 110   Zero setting of the daily log  The channels daily log and total log are at your disposal on your displayYou will use the daily log to count the number of nautical miles completed during a sailing leg The value is kept in memory when the power supply of your installation is cut off Resetting the daily log channel to zero will allow you to count the number of nautical miles of the following sailing legThe total log indicates the number of nautical miles completed since the installation of your depthfinder log interface Only a complete initialisation of your depthfinder log interfaceallows to reset the total log to zero It is performed by initialising the surfacespeed channelZero setting procedure of the daily log    Using the keyslect the channel trip logPress the keyTRIP LOGFigure 9TRIP LOGnMILESand hold approx6 sec to set  0MILESThe trip log is set to  0nTRIP LOGAPP WIND Anr COMPAS HEADMILESDEGREESDEGREES 14   TL25 User guide 3360021000 111  Choice of languages You can configure the TL25 in one of these six available languages  French English Italian Spanish German and Dutch  Using the keysselect the channel CONFIGLANGUAGEFigure 10CONFIGPress once more the keyuntil the subchannel valid alarm appears Releaseto select LanguageNOFRENCHLANGUAGEEntUsing the keysselect english for exampleValid by maintaining pressure on the KeyENGLISHEntAfter 5s the TL25 automatically exits this menuPress the key and holdEntBOAT SPEEDAPP WIND Anr COMPAS HEADNOEUDSDEGREESDEGREES 15   TL25 User guide 3360021000 112  Use of the race timer The display includes a regatta race timer Times by default are T1 6min and T2  4min  1121 Starting the race timer  During countdown the last 5 seconds are signalled by a BEEP then the START signal is given by the alarmNote that if you did not start the race timer exactly at the start signal you can synchronise the countdown at T2 by pressing the Ent key During the procedure you can also return to the initialization value by pressing the Ent key for 2 seconds The race timer displays T1  600 minutes for a new start1122 Setting of T1 and T2  This setting can only be performed on the master display of your installation  select the race timer channel using the andkeys  press Ent until the message T1 setting appears  change the value of T1 using the andkeys  then confirm with Ent  the message T2 setting appears  change the value of T2 using the andarrow keys then confirm with the Ent key  after 5 seconds the TL25 will automatically leave the setting mode EntEntUsing the keysselect the channel racetimerPress the key and holdPress the keyRACETIMERnnnnmin  secRACETIMERnnnmin  secThe racetimer is readyto start the racetimerRACETIMERMIN  SECFigure 11until the display 0600 appearsBOAT SPEEDAPP WIND Anr COMPAS HEADNOEUDSDEGREESDEGREES 16   TL25 User guide 3360021000 113  NMEA link The TL25 includes an NMEA input allowing the connection of a GPS a PC meteorological sensors etc After performing the NMEA initialisation of the TL25 the NMEA channels corresponding to the frames transmitted by the instrument are available on the TOPLINE bus You can then display dataPlease note that if an instrument transmits an NMEA frame which is already created by an nkesensor then this frame will not be taken into account1131 Connection of the NMEA link The NMEA input of the TL25 only allows the connection of one instrument providing NMEA frames see chapter 16 If you wish to connect a second instrument for example a GPS and a PC you must connect it either to the NMEA input of another display or to a TOPLINE NMEA INPUT INTERFACE box ref  9060055 1132 NMEA initialisation procedure  Select the CONFIG channel on the upper display  Press and hold the key until the message INIT NMEA appears Release the key The TL25 subsequently performs a sequence of NMEA data search for 20 seconds then it creates the new channels corresponding to the NMEA frames transmitted by the instrument The NMEA channels created are saved in the display memory and restored every time it is powered up  1133 Characteristics of NMEA data The NMEA frames identified by the TL25 are in conformity with the NMEA standard 0183 V230 or lower version The NMEA input is insulated by an optocoupler The format of the frames is  4800 bauds  8 bits with bit 7 at 0  1 start bit and 1 stop bit Distances are truncated to the lower value The other dimensions are rounded to the nearest unit ex  degrees for angles A frame can be partially empty between commas The TL25 will take the missing data in another frame ex  speedometer in VWH and compass in HDG The depth in feet will be identified if it does not exist in meters for example A channel can be included in several frames ex  the compass is taken in HDG in priority if not in HDM if not in VHW If the bottom heading or the WP heading do not exist in magnetic the true heading is taken Refreshing of the display of the NMEA channels is performed each time a new valid NMEA frame is received If the NMEA link is lost example  loss of satellites on the GPS the last received data will remain on the display for 64 seconds After that the TL25 will signal the breakdown  17   TL25 User guide 3360021000 1134 Frames identified by the TL25 NMEA Frame Description TOPLINE channels created xxGLLLatitude longitude time and quality index LATDEGMIN LATMILMIN LONDEGMIN LONMILMINxxGGALatitude longitude and time LATDEGMIN LATMILMIN LONDEGMIN LONMILMINxxZDADate and time ANNMOIS HEUJOUR MINSEC xxRMCLatitude longitude date time SOG COG and magnetic variation  in minimum data  ANNMOIS HEUJOUR MINSEC xxVTGCOG SOG CAPFOND VFOND xxXTE Crosstrack error ECARTROUTE BPILOT CWPODxxAPB Automatic pilot in A format ECARTROUTE BPILOT CWPODRMB XTE latitude longitude and distance and heading to destination DTW and BTW in minimum data AWP DWP xxBWC Bearing and Distance to Waypoint AWP DWP xxXDRMeasurement transmitter  stays tension or temperature TENETAISxxHDG Magnetic heading deviation and variation COMPAS RCOMPAS xxVHW Surface speed magnetic and true heading COMPAS RCOMPAS SPEEDO xxHDMMagnetic heading deviation and variation COMPAS RCOMPAS xxVLWSurface distance LOCHJ LOCHT xxDBTDepth beneath transducer PROF xxDPTDepth beneath transducer and offset PROF xxMTWWater temperature TEMPEAU xxMWVWind speed and wind angle ANGVENTAPP R ANGVENTAPP ANEMO xxVWRApparent wind speed and wind angle ANGVENTAPP R ANGVENTAPP ANEMO xxMMB Atmospheric pressure BARO2 xxMTAAir temperature TEMPAIR PNKEP01Target speed VITCIBLE PNKEP02 Heading at next board CAPAUTREBORDPNKEP03 Optimum upwind angle ANGLEOPTVENT RENDPRES RENDPOLAIRE PNKEP04 Angles to optimise the CMG and VMG and gain ANGLEOPTCMG ANGLEOPTVMG GAINROUTECMG GAINROUTEVMG PNKEP05Current direction and speed DIRECCOURANT VITESCOURANT  18   TL25 User guide 3360021000 114 Technical specifications  Power supply  10 to 16VDC  Consumption  20mA without lighting and 70mA with lighting  Tightness  IP67  Weight   13kg including cable  Dimensions  height  260mm  width  156mm  thickness  45mm  Operating temperature   10C to 50C  Storage temperature   20C to 60C  Horizontal viewing angle  superior to 120  Vertical viewing angle  superior to 90  Height of the characters displayed  25 mm for the channel and 10 mm for the identifier and the unit 115  Version and address number of the display You can check the software version of the display and its address in the list In order to do that select the CONFIGURATION channel then press the Ent key for 5 seconds The date time and version of the TL25 software are then momentarily displayed on the screen 116  Diagnostic for 1st level troubleshooting Before contacting technical support please check the troubleshooting table below  Problem Possible causes and solutionsThe Topline installation does not detect the TL25The bus cable is not or is badly connected to the terminal box  check the plugging and the connection inside the terminal box Check the state of the cables  they must not show any sign of wear or cut The remote control does not control the TL25 The address of the remote control is lower than that of the TL25  reinitialise the remote control see chapter 17 The TL25 is set at the address     perform its initialization see chapter 17The TL25 displays the message   data wire error  Check that the black data wire is connected at the right location in the terminal box  see chapter 17The TL25 displays the message  collision error  It is possible that there are two master displays at address 1 on your installation  check the addresses if it is the case reinitialize one of the displays The TL25 does not display the NMEA data  that from the GPS for exampleHas the NMEA link been initialized  see chapter 16The NMEA link is not or is badly connected to the terminal box  check the connection of the TL25 and that of the NMEA transmitter GPS Your display indicates battery faultCheck the voltage of your battery with a voltmeter  the operating voltage must be higher than 10VDC Check the charge behaviour of your battery If you do not manage to solve the problem please contact your distributor 117  TL25 initialization  see chapter 48  19   TL25 User guide 3360021000 2 SENSOR CALIBRATION  Every nke sensor is adjusted at the factory However a calibration is required to adapt the sensor to the specificities of your boat and to obtain an optimum measurement accuracy Follow the calibration procedure below by visualising the settings on a display Please refer to the installation notice of the TOPLINE sensor that you wish to calibrate21 Setting procedure of the calibration coefficient   22 Offset setting procedure Follow the above procedure and select the OFFSET subchannel Note that the offset default value is  CAUTION    The calib coef parameter is a multiplier coefficient This value must never be equal to zero By default this coefficient is set to 100 If it is not the case before starting a calibration enter the value 100EntEntUsing the keyyou wish to set the coefficient of calibrationpress and hold downthe keyIn order to access to the list of subchannel UNIT CALIB COEF   OFFSETto select  CALIB COEFBOAT SPEEDKNOTS select the channelCALIB COEFFigure 12Press successively the keyUNITKNOTSThe coefficient is saved in memoryValidate  and exit by maintinningEntCALIB COEFnUsing set the new coefficient 120 until the subchannel UNIT appears then releaseThe selected channel flickersBOAT SPEEDAPP WIND Anr COMPAS HEADNOEUDSDEGREESDEGREES 20   TL25 User guide 3360021000 23 Autocompensation of the fluxgate compassIt is possible that on some boats the Fluxgate Compass may be strongly disrupted by its environment Despite a careful installation and an offset properly adjusted an important difference remains between the magnetic heading displayed and the true magnetic heading throughout the measurement range between  and 359 In this case you must perform an autocompensation of the Fluxgate Compass to achieve an acceptable level of accuracy Please refer to the installation guide of the Fluxgate Compass sensor 231 Principle of autocompensation The operation consists in executing at a rigorously rotation constant speed a perfect circle with your boat clockwise While the boat describes this circle the sensor will record the measurement points of a deviation curve every 10 with an accuracy of 025 Thus your Fluxgate Compass will be accurately corrected between  and 359 232 Autocompensation procedure  In order to achieve a successful autocompensation you must navigate   On smooth sea with no current and no wind  Away from large magnetic masses such as cargo boats  In an open area allowing the execution of a circle with a diameter approximately 5 times the length of the boat  At a constant speed of about 2 or 3 knots 1 Select on the upper display the magn head channel2 Select the middle display with the key 3 Start to describe the circle then press the 8 seconds on the key  to trigger the autocompensation procedure  4 One single circle is sufficient to perform the autocompensation correctly when its a success the  message 3000 is indicated   For the previous generation of compass referenced as 9060005 at least three circles must be executed In case of problem during autocompensation the TL25 displays the PAN message  plus one code   Code 1  cancellation at user request  Code 2  detection of a gyration in the opposite direction Start again clockwise  Code 3  excessive variation between 2 heading measurements Reduce the speed of your boat to 2 or 3 knots  Code 4  angle correction higher than 20 Start the autocompensation procedure over In case of autocompensation error the measurements are not saved to the memory and the sensor resumes its normal operating modeCAUTION  the autocompensation operationof the Fluxgate Compass requires precision in the execution of the circle  constant speed of 2 to 3 knots and constant diameter of the circle If you cannot maintain these two criteria the autocompensation will not be successful 21   TL25 User guide 3360021000 3  INSTALLATION This chapter describes the installation and the initialization of the TL25 IMPORTANT  Read this user guide entirely before starting the installation  Any electrical connection of the TL25 on the TOPLINEbus must be carried out with the terminal box 9060417 equipped with a connection terminal for the NMEA input  Only use TOPLINE  bus cable of the type 2061001 Any intervention on the TOPLINE bus must be carried out with the installation power switched off31 Packing list   one Multifunction TL25 equipped with six meters of cable including the TOPLINE bus and one NMEA input  one user guide  one protective cover   four M4 fixing screws 32 List of accessories  Standard terminal box TOPLINE bus  9060121  Terminal box TOPLINE bus with NMEA input  9060417  Bracket for 1 TL25  3133003 in aluminium 3133015 in glass fibre painted white 313313 in varnished carbon fibre  Bracket for 2 TL25 in glass fibre  3133016  Cable remote control  9060245  Wireless remote control  9060258 Protective cover  3133002 white and 3133004 black 33 Installation precautions The location of the TL25 must be    so that the helmsman is able to easily read the data    placed in a location away from potential shocks   more than 40cm away from a magnetic compass   more than 1 meter away from a VHF radio transmitter  The best readability of the TL25 is generally obtained by mounting it on a bracket You can also wall mount it on any flat surface of the boat  Four M4x30mm fixing screws are provided with the TL25 The bracket is an accessory available at your distributor  22   TL25 User guide 3360021000 34 Mounting on bracket Make sure that the bracket you have chosen can be mounted your mast Check that there is sufficient space behind the partition to make the cable run If the cable runs inside the mast make the cable pass through an opening equipped with a grommet If the cable runs across the deck make the cable pass through a tight stern tube gland  341 Mounting procedure for the bracket  place the bracket on the mast foot  using a pencil locate the six fixing holes then remove the bracket  using a centre punch mark the centre of each hole  drill the holes with a diameter  5  mount the bracket with the six fixing screws or six rivets not included 342 Mounting procedure of the TL 25 on the bracket  introduce the cable in the 18 drilled hole  position the TL25 so thatit faces the four 4 holes  place the four screws provided with the product in the holes from the back of the partition  tighten the four fixing screws moderately CAUTION    When mounting the TL25 tighten the fixing screws moderately Excessive tightening can cause the casing to break   Do not use glue putty to mount the TL25 23   TL25 User guide 3360021000 35 Bulkhead mounting  Make sure the location is clean smooth and flat Check that there is sufficient space behind the partition to make the cable run  Procedure  Perform the drillings of figure 13 on the partition   Clean the mounting surface with alcohol  Lay a very thin silicone sealing joint around the mounting perimeter  introduce the cable in the 18 drilled hole  position the TL25 so thatit faces the four 5 holes  place the four screws provided with the product in the holes from the back of the partition  tighten the four fixing screws moderately Drill four holes  5 mm at each angle Drill the side hole  18 mm TL25 size  Figure 13  24   TL25 User guide 3360021000 36 Connecting the Toplinebus and the NMEA connection 1 Make the bus cable run from the TL25 to the TOPLINE terminal box of your installation2 Connect the bus cable inside the terminal boxIf you reduce the length of the bus cable strip and galvanise the wires before connecting them inside the terminal box 37 Identification of the cable wires White cable 6 wires Wire identification  White wire12VTOPLINE BusBlack wireTopline DataBraidGNDRed wireInitialisation wire GNDYellow wireNMEA NMEA InputGreen wireNMEA BLANCGNDNOIRBLANCGNDNOIRVDNMEANMEANMEANMEAinitASupply 12VdcConnecting box9060417GNDDATA  black12VDC  whiteFigure 13  connection of the TOPLINE busnInitialisation wireBOAT SPEEDAPP WIND Anr COMPAS HEADNOEUDSDEGREESDEGREES 25   TL25 User guide 3360021000 38 TL25 and remote control initialization  At first powerup you must initialize the TL25 so that an address is assigned to it The display is delivered with the address set as  During the initialization it will automatically insert itself in the list of instruments and displays of the TOPLINEbus of your installation  either as master at the address if this address is available on the bus or as slave if the address 1 is taken by a master at an available address comprised between  and 20 Likewise the remote controls must also be initialized Please refer to the remote control user guide381 Initialization procedure the TL25 is set at the address 0  your installation is powered off  disconnect the initialization red wire from the init terminal GND  power up your installation  the TL25 then performs an autotest  when the message connect the red wire appears reconnect the red wire on init GND  the TL25  then takes an address available on the bus  the TL 25 is then initialized 382 Reinitialization procedure  the TL25 already has an address between 1 and 20You may need to reinitialize the TL25 for example to have another address assigned to it   your installation is powered off  disconnect the initialization red wire from the init terminal GND  power up your installation  the TL25 performs an 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