Offshore 3345 NMEA2000 User Manual

Manual is about: MULTIFUNCTION DISPLAY

Summary of 3345 NMEA2000

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    Revision 1.0 nmea2000® multifunction display part numbers: 3345 user manual 3345.

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    1 of 30 contents 1 introduction ...................................................3 1.1 firmware revision ........................................ 3 1.2 product features ..........................................3 2 installation .....................................................4 2.1 unpacking t...

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    2 of 30 4.2.2.5 percent only display ...............................15 4.2.3 battery setup ............................................15 4.2.3.1 battery name setup .................................15 4.2.3.2 battery config setup ................................17 4.2.3.3 battery alarm setup ..........

  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction 1 3 of 30 the offshore system’s nmea2000® 3345 multifunction display is designed to monitor and display information about the vessel’s tanks, dc supplies such as battery banks, wind generators or photovoltaic panels and ac supplies such as generators, shore power or ac busses. This unit...

  • Page 6: Installation

    Installation 2 4 of 30 2.1 unpacking the box x you should find the following items in the 3345 shipping box: 1 x 3345 nmea2000® 3345 multifunction display 1 x 3345 nmea2000® interface cable 1 x bag containing 4 mounting studs and thumbwheel nuts 1 x 3345 user manual (this document) 2.2 mounting the ...

  • Page 7: Display Screens

    Display screens 3 5 of 30 when the unit powers on it displays the initial product identity screen for a few seconds and then displays the tank display. 3.1 screen / keypad brightness control the unit has five tactile buttons along its lower face and pressing any of the first four buttons will bring ...

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    6 of 30 here we can see that the tank display screen is split into 4 quadrants so the user can monitor 4 tanks at once. The centre of the screen at the junction of the four quadrants displays the quadrant page number which in the above case is page 0. The display has eight different pages available ...

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    7 of 30 pressing the first button the top left hand quadrant will change to display each of the different tank sender levels being received and then a blank page in case the user does not wish to display any tank in a given quadrant. Then by pressing the “back arrow” button that selection will be re...

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    8 of 30 unit is delivered each battery or dc source has a generic name that can be set to any name the user wishes to help identify the battery or dc source. See section 4.2.4 later in this manual for information on how to do this. 2. At the top left hand side of each side there is a battery or dc s...

  • Page 11: Configuration

    Configuration 4 9 of 30 there are a number of configurable settings on the 3345 to allow the user to configure the unit to most closely match their requirements. These are accessed by pressing and holding the right hand button for at least 5 seconds which will start the config menu. 4.1 config menu ...

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    10 of 30 4.2 pin entry by moving the yellow highlight to “settings (pin reqd)” and pressing enter the display will show the “config pin entry” screen to allow the user to enter a security pin to access the configuration screens. This is designed to ensure that only authorised persons can make change...

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    11 of 30 4.2.1 settings menu the “settings menu” offers multiple options as shown below note the small arrow on the left hand screen indicates that there are more options than can be shown on one page. All these options and the ones not shown are accessed by moving the yellow highlighter to the chos...

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    12 of 30 4.2.2.1 tank name setup this screen is used to assign a 16 character name to each tank to identify the tanks more easily on the tank display pages as can be seen on the following screen. Firstly the user must select the tank type that is being named by pressing the “tank type” button. This ...

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    13 of 30 4.2.2.2 tank volume calibrate this screen is used to set the volume calibration table inside an offshore system’s 3271 or 3281 tank level sender. The first screen allows the user to choose the tank type and tank instance of the sender to be calibrated. When these have been chosen press “ent...

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    14 of 30 4.2.2.3 fluid units setup this screen is used to choose between displaying the fluid units in litres, us gallons or imperial gallons as can be seen by the following screen. The user can change the units by using the “up” and “down” arrows and pressing “enter” to select their units of choice...

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    15 of 30 type status and alarm level for each alarm type. When the selected alarms have been set press the “enter” key to store them and then the “exit” key to return to the settings menu. 4.2.2.5 percent only display on/off this is a toggle menu item which will always show the fluid level numeric v...

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    16 of 30 firstly, by pressing the up arrow and down arrow buttons select the battery instance or battery number to be named then press “enter”. Next use the “up” and “down” arrow keys to change the first character of the name then press the right key to move to be able to change the next character a...

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    17 of 30 4.2.3.2 battery config setup this screen allows you to select an offshore systems dc monitor by instance and change its properties. First select the instance using the “up” & “down” arrows on the left (if the battery instances have been given names this will also show up) then press enter t...

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    18 of 30 4.2.4 external control setup this screen is used to set up the conditions to operate the 3478 relay output module so that it can control external alarms, external pumps and other relay controlled actions. Firstly the user needs to select the device instance of the 3478 by using the followin...

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    19 of 30 the user can select the tank type, the tank instance, the activation trigger and the activation level in 5% steps. When this is done, pressing “enter” sets up the system to issue relay controls every time a level passes the activation threshold. 4.2.5 ac setup 4.2.5.1 ac source name setup t...

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    20 of 30 firstly, by pressing the up arrow and down arrow buttons select the ac source instance to be named then press “enter”. Next use the up and down arrow keys to change the first character of the name then press the right key to move to be able to change the next character and so on. Please not...

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    21 of 30 4.2.5.2 ac custom setup this screen allows you to select an offshore systems ac monitor by instance and change its properties. First select the instance using the “up” “down” arrows on the left (if the battery instances have been given names this will also show up) then press “enter” button...

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    22 of 30 the user should use the “up” and “down” arrows to change the value of the instance that is underlined and then use the “right” arrow to select the other instance. When the instance values are correct press “enter” to store them and “exit” to return to the settings menu. 4.2.7 config pin set...

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    23 of 30 4.3 com viewer by moving the yellow highlight to “ diagnostics” and then to “com viewer” and pressing “enter” the unit will display the communications traffic arriving to the device. This is shown below. This is an engineering diagnostic screen and not normally used. Press “exit” to return ...

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    24 of 30 4.5 about by moving the config menu yellow highlighted selection to “about” and by pressing enter you will see a screen similar to that below. This screen displays data about the unit including the software version and unit serial number which will identify the exact unit if requested. Ther...

  • Page 27: Maintenance

    Maintenance 5 25 of 30 ● clean the unit with a soft cloth. ● do not use chemical cleaners as they may remove paint or markings or may corrode the enclosure or seals. ● ensure that the unit is mounted securely and cannot be moved relative to the mounting surface. If the unit is loose, tighten the mou...

  • Page 28: Technical Specification

    Technical specification 6 26 of 30 as offshore systems are constantly improving their products specifications are subject to change without notice. Offshore system’s products are designed to be accurate and reliable however they should only be used as aids to navigation and not as a replacement for ...

  • Page 29: Electrical and Mechanical

    27 of 30 electrical and mechanical environmental iec 60954 classification protected degree of protection ip67 operating temperature -20 to +70°c storage temperature -30 to +80°c relative humidity 93%rh @40° per iec60945-8.2 vibration 2-13.2hz @ ±1mm, 13.2-100hz @ 7m/s2 per iec 60945-8.7 electromagne...

  • Page 30: Technical Support

    Technical support 7 28 of 30 if you require technical support for any offshore systems products you can reach us using any of the following ways: ● tel: +44(0)1425 610022 ● fax: +44(0)1425 614794 ● email: [email protected] ● web: www.Osukl.Com ● post: offshore systems uk ltd unit 10-11 milton busine...

  • Page 31: Warranty

    Warranty 8 29 of 30 offshore systems warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one year from the date of original purchase. If within the applicable period any such products shall be proved to offshore systemssatisfaction to fail to meet the above limited warrant...

  • Page 32: Troubleshooting/faq

    Troubleshooting/faq 9 30 of 30 please note that below are some faq/troubleshoot questions. If none of these help or apply, then please don’t hesitate to contact technical support. Quadrant(s) are showing as empty spaces after changing tanks. When adjusting tanks in quadrant spaces, if an unpainted b...

  • Page 33: Offshore Systems Product

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