EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND DATA (Contd)
LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENT PANEL GAUGES AND INDICATORS
INSTRUMENT PANEL--Contains instrument gauges, switches, and
indicator lights used during boat operation. The instrument panel contains
separate gauges, switches, and indicator lights for port and starboard engines,
transmissions, and accessories. The LOW FUEL LEVEL, BATTERIES IN
PARALLEL, and FWD/AFT BILGE HI LEVEL indicators apply to both
engines. PANEL LIGHT switch illuminates all gauges.
between 0150 psi. The gauges allow operator to monitor oil pressure during
ENGINE WATER TEMP GAUGES--Engine water temperature gauges
range between 0250 F. The gauges allow operator to monitor coolant
temperature during operation.
pressure gauges range between 0400 psi. The gauges allow operator to
monitor gearbox/transmission oil pressure during operation.
BATTERIES IN PARALLEL--Batteries in parallel light illuminates red
when emergency link button is depressed and all four batteries are being used
in parallel for boat operations.
LOW FUEL LEVEL--Low fuel level light illuminates red when there are 12
gal. (45 L) or less fuel remaining in the fuel tank.
HIGH TEMP LIGHTS--Illuminates red once engine coolant reaches above
210 F (98.9 C).
LOW OIL LIGHTS--Illuminates red at startup when low engine oil pressure
AUXILIARY AND STARTING BATTERIES VOLT GAUGES--Battery volt
gauges range between 1834 volts. The gauges allow operator to monitor
voltage for starting and auxiliary batteries.
ENGINE CIRCUIT SWITCHES--Control circuit power to the instrument
panel for the port and starboard engine operation. Also used to normally stop
START SWITCHES--When held in the up position engages the starter to
start the engine. Once switch is released, starter disengages.
ALARM MUTE SWITCHES--Allow operator to turn off engine audible alarm
that indicates low engine oil pressure or high water temperature.
CHARGE WARNING LIGHTS--Charge warning lights illuminate red when
voltage drops to 21 volts or below.