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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Arcadia Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 31 October 2020 at 02:15
There is a 40 page electrical diagram for the 588 available from Hanse. It was on the owners area of their website and also included on thumb drive with new boats.
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Originally posted by Arcadia Arcadia wrote:

There is a 40 page electrical diagram for the 588 available from Hanse. It was on the owners area of their website and also included on thumb drive with new boats.

I have it, I was not able to find easy references to the physical location or component...thank you. Btw, I understand that the owners website space doesn't exist anymore... Am I right? 
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The "owners" area has been replaced by www.sentinelmarine.net.  You can register your HIN there and get access to all the technical documents for your boat plus all the third party manuals.

Does anyone know what items are monitored on new boats which have the 2 year subscription to the monitoring service?  Also what items need to be left powered on in order for this to operate?

I'd be interested in monitoring my battery / solar / shorepower status and my GPS location but I wouldn't want to have to leave the N2K network switched on to do so.



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Gale Force Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 November 2020 at 06:54
Not sure about the "Sentinel Marine" web site or maybe I am navigating it incorrectly 

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My mistake.  The URL should have been www.sentinelmarine.net and NOT .com.  I have edited my original post.
This takes you to an overview page but there are links to smartphone apps and also a web "app" at web.sentinelmarine.net.  I have registered my (previous) boat so I cannot see how this looks for a new "member" but I recall having to use my HIN and getting notification with a registration barcode(?) from Hanse after a day or two.
[Edit:  The procedure described above is what is needed to get access to the manuals for older boats.  Newer boats which have Sentinel hardware need to find the QR barcode on the hardware which is then used to "register" a boat to the app.]


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I replaced one of the bolts around the mounting flange of the bow thruster assembly with a longer bolt, turned upside down so I can thread an eye on the extra threads.  This was a quick and easy solution for creating something to lash the bow thruster actuator into the closed position.

The battery discount only supplies power to the big DC thruster motor and contractor.   The controller is still powered up and will open and close the truster door.  So the fuse needs to be pulled at the DC panel below the chart table.

Iím sailing from P.R. to St Maarten tomorrow, directly into the easterly trades.  Iím expected about 20 hours or pounding.... so I hope the door is still there when I arrive.
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There is an alternative that I am surprised that nobody has discussed namely rerouting the wiring for thruster controller to a spare button on the Wurth control panel. This was the approach I took on my 445 after a rough passage south from NY to FL which combined with switching off the battery connector shuts down the thruster system completely with no danger of accidental actuator deployment.

I ran additional wires from the Wurth panel down to the DC distribution panel and made a join down there to the original wires after removing the plug. The controller can easily be reconnected directly to the main DC distribution panel if need be in the future by simply putting one of the plugs back on the original wire harness. 


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Hi Matt. Actually it WAS mentioned on page two of this thread. Sound like you have the right idea on this.
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Ah thanks Arcadia. Totally missed that. 
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I love this idea!   I'm just unsure how to make the connection.   I don't know how the Wurth panel works.   Would you need use 2 buttons on the Wurth panel because there are two fuses...bow and stern thruster?

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