Nexus Nx20728 1 Windtransd Eng
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8fDq1 QD8xfh33x3433338ff38UUMSQEhVCUp0NA2 Transducer Twin Fin Installation and Operation Manual English Installation and Operation Manual English TWIN FIN 1 This manual is written for NX2 Twin Fin Wind transducer 100 Thank you for choosing a NX2 product Through this manual we would like to help you to install your new NX2 product Please read through this manual carefully before starting your installation This unique wind transducer provides both wind speed and wind angle relative the boat If a Speed transducer is connected to the system true wind speed and angle is computed In addition a compass or GPS antenna may be used to compute true wind direction relative North The transducer should be mountbe added A 15 shim for Seld351n masts is The wind transducer is using optical sensor technology performing digital PWM output This technique provides high accuracy angle and wind speed measurements 2 Part specification 1 Warranty card 1 Wind transducer with 25 m cable The transducer permits any type Mount the unit by directing the pipe 1down and backwards in the bracket 2the nut 3ards the attachment BY HAND tools can be needed when demountingAttach the security clamp 4The wind transducer connects to the Nexus Server 31 Mounting step by step 3 Mount the bracket with the three supplied screws 5 Tighten the lock nut by hand only do not use any tool6 Attach the security clamp 4 Electric installation 41 Connections to the NX2 Server If you already have a Nexus Network ie a Sein Wind Data instrument to OFF see Wind Data Manual42 Connections to a Wind Data instrument The power cable is connected via a 3A fuse from the battery or at the boats fuse panel One red and one black power wire is included set the Wind Data instrument to C71 On see Wind Data ManualAlways connect a 3 AMP fuse between Power supply and instrument Yellow3A FuseIn order to get correct readings on yourcalibrated There are three 1 Enter the calibration values from the codes C56 to C62 C55C62 in Wind Data2 Enter the misalignment of the transducer in calibration code C55 C54 in Wind 3 Make sure the calibration for wind speed in C54 is set to 170 C53 in Wind For information of how to enter the calibTransducer cable 25 m Power suppIy 12V DC 1016VPower consumption 024 W Current consumption 20mA 12V Wind speed range 0990 knots 0550 ms Angle Accuracy Better than 261 2260 Speed Accuracy 261 5 Temperature range Operating 5272C to 70272C 4 Warranty Copyright 251 Nexus Marine AB Kuskv344gen 4 191 62 Sollentuna Sweden Tel 46 0ax 46 0wwwnexusmarinese
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