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C13 ENT M77


6 CYLINDER IN LINE
DIESEL CYCLE
FOR MARINE APPLICATIONS

INSTALLATION DIRECTIVE

T E C H N O L O G I C A L

E X C E L L E N C E

MAY 2006 EDITION

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FOREWORD
We strongly recommend that you carefully read the indications contained in this document: compliance with them
protects the engine against irregular operation and assures
its reliability, safeguarding sea-going and maintenance personnel against accident hazards.
The indications contained in this directive pertain to the C13
ENT M7.11 engine and complement the IVECO MOTORS
publication Guide to the Installation of Marine Engines,
the reader should refer to for anything that is not explained
herein.
For more complete information about the engine, please
refer to the appropriate technical brochure.
Use of fuels and oils with different characteristics from
those set out in the operation and maintenance manual may
compromise the regular operation of the engine, limiting its
performance, reliability and working life.
Exclusive use of IVECO Original Parts is a necessary condition to maintain the engine in its original integrity.
Tampering, making modifications and using non original parts
can jeopardize the safety of boat engineers and users.
To obtain spare parts, you must indicate:
-
-

Commercial code, serial number and indications shown


on the engine tag;
Part number of the spare as per spare part catalog.

The information provided below refer to engine characteristics that are current as of the publication date. IVECO
MOTORS reserves the right to make modifications at any
time and without advance notice, to meet technical or
commercial requirements or to comply with local legal and
regulatory requirements.
We refuse all liability for any errors and omissions.
The reader is reminded that the IVECO MOTORS Technical
Assistance Network is always at the Customers side with its
competence and professionalism.

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INDEX
Page
1. WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS

2. ENGINE PARTS AND COMPONENTS

3. INSTALLATION OVERVIEW

4. GENERAL INSTALLATION CRITERIA

6. IDENTIFICATION DATA

12

7. FUEL LINE

13

8. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

15

9. MAIN ANALOG INSTRUMENT PANEL

24

10. SECONDARY ANALOG INSTRUMENT PANEL 30


11. DRILLING PLANS FOR ANALOG PANELS

31

12. CUSTOMIZED INSTRUMENT PANEL

32

13. SENSORS FOR DETECTION


AND PANEL SIGNALING
36
14. PREPARING THE ENGINE FOR FIRST START-UP 39
15. TESTS BEFORE THE FIRST START-UP

39

16. FIRST ENGINE START

40

17. EDC ANOMALIES INDICATION

42

18. UNDERWAY CHECKS

43

19. PREPARING THE ENGINE


FOR LONG IDLE PERIODS
43
20. WIRING DIAGRAMS

44

21. APPENDIX

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1. WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS


To obtain the best engine performance, it is essential not to
deviate from the mission profile for which it was produced
and set up. The engine must not be used for purposes other
than those stated by the manufacturer. IVECO MOTORS
is willing to examine any need for particular installations
beforehand. Use of an electronically controlled injection
system, in providing the engine with performance benefits,
requires that the installer and maintenance specialist comply
with some fundamental rules, which will become more and
more commonplace as use of such equipment becomes
progressively more widespread. Boat outfitters and maintenance specialists are invited to closely follow the instructions
contained herein. No modifications to the engine, its accessories and components, are allowed.

o Do not connect any extraneous user device to the


engine electrical equipment.

Failure to comply with the instructions that follow shall


void the warranty and relieve IVECO MOTORS of all
liabilities.

o Do not subject electronic units to temperatures exceeding 80C.

For personnel safety


Specialists and installers are cautioned to comply with
workplace safety rules and to adopt prescribed individual
protection devices when working.

o Drain the cooling, lubrication and fuel lines only after


the fluids have duly cooled. The pressurized cap of the
water line may be opened only after the engine has duly
cooled.
o Batteries contain a highly corrosive sulfuric acid solution:
must never be upset and must be handled with the
utmost caution to prevent spillage. Ensure that the battery compartment is adequately ventilated.

Handling
The engine must be handled by experienced personnel,
using the prescribed tool or a rocker arm that keeps the
lifting lines parallel and with adequate equipment in terms
of capacity and size. The two eyebolts provided for lifting the
engine alone must always be used simultaneously.

Installation
o Knife switches or battery breakers may be used on the
power supply line of the engine electronic unit, provided
they are not used to shut the engine off.
o Do not modify the wiring harnesses; their length may
not be modified: use only available extensions.

o Do not place voltage across the boats on-board electrical system without first verifying that there are no short
circuits.
o Do not branch pipes off to draw fuel from the engine
supply lines.
o Do not make any change to the engines hydraulic circuits and components.
o Do not execute arc welding operations before removing
the electronic units from their seating, placing them at an
adequate safety distance.

o Do not paint electrical components and their connections.


o Do not alter the data contained in the engine control
electronic unit.
o Comply with prescribed procedures and torque values
when tightening threaded elements.

Start-up
o Ready the engine following the procedure set out in
Chapter 14.
o When starting the engine the first time, have suitable
means available to cut off air intake in case of a runaway
condition.
o Start the engine after ensuring that it is complete with
every part specified by the manufacturer and required
by the installation, without attempting to start it with
caps and occlusions to the lubrication, cooling and fuel
feed lines.
o Check that the fluid lines are perfectly sealed, especially
lines for fuels and lubricants, which may cause fires and
consequent harm to persons and equipment.
o Make sure that the various pipelines are not in contact
with warm surfaces or moving parts.
o The installing yard is required to carry out tests to verify
the functional compatibility between the electrical-electronic equipment of the engine and the other electronic
equipment present on the boat.

Tests and tuning up

o Do not use electronic device wiring harnesses not compliant with the IVECO MOTORS directive, in terms of
length, type of conductor, location, clamping, connection
of the shielding and earth braids.

o Never disconnect the batteries when the engine is running.

o To avoid any interference, the wiring harnesses of the


different on-board electronic devices must follow different paths from those of the engine electronic systems.

o Ensure that the battery terminals comply with the exact


polarity, are properly tightened and protected against
accidental short circuits and corrosion phenomena.

o Remove the electrical connections from the batteries


before any operation on the electrical system.

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o Do not connect or disconnect electrical connections


when electrical power supply is present.
o Do not cause sparks in the attempt to verify the presence of electrical voltage.
o Do not draw fuel through unfiltered lines.
o Do not clean the engine and its parts with corrosive or
abrasive detergent substances, to avoid compromising
the integrity of electrical connections.
o The engine fluids and air, water, and oil filters discarded
after use must be properly stored and delivered to
appropriate collection centers.

Long engine inactivity periods


Before long periods of inactivity, ready the engine following
the procedure set out in Chapter 19.

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2. ENGINE PARTS AND COMPONENTS


Figure 1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

19
18
17

16

15

14
13
12
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11

10

1. Lifting padeye - 2. Lubricating oil refill cap - 3. Lifting padeye - 4. Coolant refill cap - 5. Injector solenoid valve connector 6. Fuel loop purge fitting - 7. Location of thermostatic valve - 8. Cap for engine coolant outlet to sanitary water heating system 9. Auxiliary belt automatic tensioner - 10. Alternator location -11. Sacrificial anode and cap for engine coolant discharge. 12. Coolant-sea water tube bundle heat exchanger - 13. Electrical starter motor - 14. Sea water pump 15. Sacrificial anode - 16. Engine coolant tank - 17. Air-sea water heat exchanger - 18. Sacrificial anode - 19. Fuel filter.

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Figure 2

1
2

17

16
15

4
5

14

6
13

8
12

11
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10

1. Lifting padeye - 2. Lifting padeye - 3. Oil filter clogging indicator - 4. Exhaust gas outlet flange - 5. Timing mechanism and
oil vapor filter cover - 6. Intake air filter (A) - 7. Cooled turbo-charger (A) - 8.Fuel transfer pump - 9. Timing
phase inspection port - 10. Throttle position sensor potentiometer - 11. Cooled turbo-charger (B) - 12. Intake air filter (B) 13. Cap for engine coolant discharge and recyrculation from sanitary water heating system - 14. Lubricating oil filters 15. Lubricating oil dipstick - 16. Manual lubricating oil extraction pump - 17. Cooled exhaust manifold.

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3. INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
Figure 3
2

12

4
11

10

8
7

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1. Main instrument panel - 2. Exhaust gas discharge - 3. Electrical system cabinet - 4. See water for overboard discharge 5. Fuel tank with suction/return assembly - 6. Fuel suction pipe - 7. Fuel return pipe to tank - 8. Pre-filter - 9. Fuel feed pipe
to the fuel transfer pump - 10. Sea water decanter filter - 11. To the filtered sea water intake - 12. Throttle actuator.

The figure shows the set of components of an installation,


including those supplied with the engine equipment, standard
or optional, and those supplied or produced by the yard.
It provides a comprehensive picture of the operations
required to install the engine.
Components arrangement and illustrations are not binding
but merely indicative, subject to the choices made by yard
engineers according to their skills, available spaces and the
prescriptions set out herein.

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4. GENERAL INSTALLATION CRITERIA


Accessibility

Electric - electronic equipment

The engine must be located in such a way as to allow filling


and draining engine liquids when doing servicing operations.
Moreover, the relay box and the diagnostic push-button
present on it must be accessible, also when underway.

Anchoring

Provide a suitable arrangement of the relay box, and of the


optional electronic unit referring to the dimensions and position of the wire harnesses and the relative connectors.
Both units must be anchored in such a way as to dampen the
vibrations and stresses undergone by the hull while underway and/or induced by the engines operation.

Engine installations to which the inverter is directly coupled


to, must be performed in compliance with the number of
supports, as specified here below:

NOTE: Information about optional equipment are described


in the Chapter 21.

o C13 ENT M77 for commercial use



6 supports: 4 for the engine - 2 for the inverter.
o C13 ENT M77 for pleasure use
6 supports: 4 for the engine - 2 for the inverter.
In case spring inserts are used, they have to be capable of
supporting the engine mass, the dynamic force, the force
resulting from the torque reaction generated by the transmission and the longitudinal thurst performed by the propeller axis during navigation.
If anchoring is accomplished by interposing shock mounts,
they must be able to support the engines mass and the longitudinal thrust exerted by the propeller shaft in motion.
If rigid mounting is adopted, particular care must be given to
support alignment and co-planarity.
Information on dimensions and fastening values are provided
in the Installation Diagram.

Combustion and ventilation air


Compliance with prescriptions on the quantity of air
required for combustion and ventilation assures a regular
operation of the engine even in adverse conditions and it
enables to deliver its maximum design power (1).

Sea water line


It must be provided with an intake capable of preventing
the entry of foreign bodies into the suction pipes. Between
the intake and the pump, it is best to interpose a gate to be
closed in emergencies or for extended idle periods and a
filter to stop the smaller impurities; it is also recommended
to install a suitably dimensioned and easily replaced zinc
anode.
The engine sea water line was provided by the manufacturer
with protection anodes to be replaced periodically.
The rubber hoses positioned along the pipeline shall be sufficiently rigid not to create choked areas caused by crushing (1).

Engine pre-heating
If the engine usage profile requires immediate delivery of
power at the highest rpms, it is recommended to install an
auxiliary pre-heater on the closed cooling loop.

Exhaust gas discharge


The exhaust gas discharge conduit shall be compliant with
the guidelines contained in the IVECO MOTORS publication
Guide to the installation of marine engines; it also provides
indications to compute the dimensions of the exhaust pipelines, which is the Yards responsibility.

(1) The EDC engine electronic control is programmed to


reduce maximum deliverable power if the operating
parameters measured by the sensors show that critical conditions have been reached, and if exceeded the
engine could be damaged.

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Engine intake and ventilation air when underway


Static vacuum allowed downstream of the air filter

kPa
mm H2O

Engine air intake flow rate

m3/h

2540

Engine room ventilation air flow rate (excluding engine air intake)

m3/h

9460

Static vacuum allowed in the engine room

kPa
mm H2O

0,1
10

Temperature allowed in the engine room

45

Maximum engine room temperature exceed outside temperature

15

3,5
350

Exhaust gas discharge


Allowed static back pressure

kPa
mm H2O

Temperature at maximum power (turbocharger inlet)

Flow rate at maximum power

kg/h

5
500
750 25
3080

mm
Inches
mm
pollici

203
8
114

mm
Inches

150
5,9

Transfer pump delivery at maximum rpm

l/h

160

Fuel temperature to allow maximum power

50

Inner diameter, intake pipe

mm

Inner diameter, return pipe

mm

Thread on pre-filter junctions

Thread on engine junctions

Inches UIC

Allowed intake vacuum

kPa
mm H2O

Riser outer diameter


Dry exhaust outer diameter
Diameter of circumference of distance between 6 locking holes

4,5

Fuel supply

14 x 1,5

20
2000

Circuito aperto di raffreddamento acqua mare


Intake pipeline diameter

mm
Inches

76,2
3

Pump delivery at maximum rpm

l/h

Allowed intake vacuum

kPa
mm H2O

Discharge pipeline diameter

mm
Inches

20
2000
70
2

Inches UIC

or

32000

Gear box oil heat exchanger


Thread on engine junctions

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Allowed engine inclination angles


Maximum longitudinal in continuous operation (static + dynamic)

degrees/360

+20

Maximum transvers in continuous operation (static + dynamic)

degrees/360

2230

Longitudinal for oil level check with standard dipstick

degrees/360

0 to 10

Power takeoffs (optional)


2-race front pulley for V belts

Reference diameter

mm

275

Race dimension

mm

12.7

kW

3,7

Power available per belt at 650 rpm


Power available per belt at 1300 rpm

CV

kW

7,4

CV

10

Nm

800

kgm

81

Nm

580

kgm

59

2-race front pulley + elastic joint for flange (GIUBO)

Torque available in engine axis


2-race front pulley + elastic joint for crankshaft (CENTA)

Torque available in engine axis


Radial force resulting from belt tension (*)

1800

(*) For direction of the resulting radial force between 60 and 300 with reference to the cylinder axis (piston at top dead
center = 0)
kgm2
Moment of inertia of rigidly added masses
0,01

Dimensions

1039

Figure 4

2015

1090
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Dimension in millimeters.

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6. IDENTIFICATION DATA
Figure 5

S. p. A.
Viale dell'Industria, 15/17 - 20010 Pregnana Mil.se MI - ITALY
ENGINE TYPE
ENGINE FAMILY

ENGINE DWG

POWER (KW)
AND SPEED (RPM)

POWER SET CODE

ENGINE S/N

YEAR OF BUILD

HOMOLOGATION

COMMERC. TYPE / VERSION


04_039_C

Figure 6

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The engine identification data are stenciled on a tag positioned over the engine coolant tank

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7. FUEL LINE
Figure 7
5

8
9

10

3
2
11

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Fuel inlet

Fuel return

1. Return and suction flows from the tank - 2. Pre-filter - 3. Low pressure supply pump - 4. Return loop pressurization valve 5. Inlet and outlet fittings from cylinder head - 6. Fuel filter - 7. Injector pump - 8. Fuel return line - 9. Cylinder head channel
venting point - 10. Low pression injector feeding line - 11. Pulses smoother.

For the installation, the following connections are required:


-
-
-

from the tank to the pre-filter


from the pre-filter to the pump inlet
from the fuel discharge outlet to the tank

Pre-filter
The pre-filter with priming pump, supplied separately from
the engine, must be fastened near the tank, in a relatively low
point of the line to allow for easy replacement the filtering
cartridge and/or the operation of the hand pump. Avoid the
use of additional mesh or paper filters along the feed lines
between pre-filter and engine. To avoid introducing impurities in the feeding lines inside the engine, do not place filter
cartridges pre-filled with fuel in the system.

Materials Characteristics
The fuel tank and the suction and return assembly must
withstand the continuous abrasion caused by a flow of fuel
oil of 160 l/h at a temperature of 90C without noticeable
deformation or wear or release of material. Use of metal
tanks, preferably made of iron alloys, is allowed, provided
they are connected to the negative terminal of the battery
to prevent the accumulation of electrostatic charges.

Tanks must be provided with vents to avoid exceeding an


internal pressure of 5kPa ( 0.5 m of H2O column); their
shape and the suction assembly must be such as to assure a
suction at the maximum longitudinal and transverse inclination allowed for the boat, with a residual quantity of fuel oil
considered reserve.
The suction inlet should be positioned in such a way as to
avoid taking in sludge. The return flow must be in such a way
as to facilitate the mixing of the returning fuel with the fuel
in the tank. If the tank is lower than the filter, then the return
pipe must always be submerged.
The pipes and union fittings of the fuel line must withstand a
fuel oil flow rate of 160 l/h at a temperature of 90C and a
pressure of 3 bar (300 kPa) without noticeable deformation,
wear or release of material. Metal tubes, preferably made of
iron alloys, are recommended, taking care to connect each
individual segment to engine ground to avoid the accumulation of electrostatic charges and inserting a vibration damper
elastic joint on each segment. The pipes used must be certified according to the relevant Countries rules or to the
standards issued by classification Bodies.

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Fuel supply system scheme


3

Figure 8

5
6

2
1

22
21

10

11

12

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13
80840

1. EUI injector - 2. EUI pumper - 3. Rocker arm - 4. Actuating cam - 5. EUI solenoid valve - 6. Vent fitting on cylinder head 7. Calibrated hole - 8 Vent fitting on pre-filter - 9. One-way valve - 10. Hand pump - 11. Fuel pre-filter - 12. One-way valve 13. Fuel tank - 14. Gear pump assembly - 15. Fuel supply gear pump - 16. Pressure limiter valve (initial opening pressure 5 bar) 17. One-way valve - 18. One-way valve - 19. Calibrated hole - 20. Pressure regulating valve (initial opening pressure 3.5 bar) 21. Fuel filter - 22. Vent fitting on fuel filter support.

Hydraulic connections
Figure 9

2
10
3
9

4
5

6
8
7

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1. Outlet fitting from cylinder head - 2. Inlet fitting to cylinder head - 3. Pressure regolating valves location 4. Outlet fitting for fuel outflow to the tank - 5. Inlet fitting from pre-filter - 6. Pre-filter - 7. Inlet pipe from the tank 8. Outlet pipe to the tank - 9. Low pressure feed pump - 10. Fuel filter.

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8. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
Figure 10

6
5
4

3
2
7
8

10
11
12

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1. Electronic Central Unit - 2. M Connector - 3. Wiring harness to be manufactured by the yard - 4. M Sensor for the presence of
water in the fuel - 5. Sedimenting pre-filter - 6. Power line for electric starter motor and alternator - 7. Relay box - 8. JECCM and
JECCF connectors - 9. Analog to digital converter module -10. JG Connector - 11. JSV Connector 12. JQA connector set for connection to the main analog instrument panel.

The electrical equipment of the engine comprises a series of


components provided separately from the engine to enable
an easy and diversified installation, according to the Yards
design choices.The need to make accessible, at sea or
underway, the controls to the electrical components and
to the connector for diagnostics contained in the relay box
may be met through different installation arrangements.
Together with the coupling of all the wiring connectors it

is necessary to carry out the connection wiring (3) for the


water in fuel sensor (4), the power network and the connection of the accumulator with the engine wiring, in order to
complete the installation
In order to activate the function which stops the engine in
case of excitation, it is necessary to connect the JECCM and
JECCF connectors with each other.

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Synoptic
Figure 11

GEAR BOX
INDICATIONS AND
ALARMS SENSORS

EDC COMPONENTS

EUI SOLENOID
VALVES

INDICATIONS AND
ALARMS SENSORS

THROTTLE POSITION
SENSOR

A
EDC
ELECTRONIC
CENTRAL
UNIT

A1

ALTERNATOR

A2

ELECTRIC STARTER
MOTOR

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JQA

JO
ANALOG TO
DIGITAL
CONVERTER
MODULE

JF1

JF2
RELAY
BOX

JG
3

BATTERY

JSV
4

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1. Connector for instrument panel connection wire harness - 2. Engine wire harness - 3. Connector for pre-lubricating system 4. Connector for certified installations by classification Bodies - 5. Power line.

The wire harnesses provided with the engine include the connectors for all optional components which may ordered and their
connections to the JQA connector for the indication and control panel.

JG

JECCF

JECCM

JO

+ BATT

JQA

JK

BATT

EDC A1

EDC A

EDC A2

EC

PA

VS

PO

B+

SI

GG

MM

SI

K1

VI

GH

O1

GN

JINV

K1

VI

BA

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A. Fuel temperature sensor - B. Drive shaft sensor - BA. Additional drive shaft sensor (certified installation) - C. Camshaft sensor - E. EUI solenoid valves - EC. Switching
solenoid valve for oil charge/discharge - F. Engine coolant temperature sensor - GG. Alternator - GH. Grid heater power relay - GN. Neutral gear sensor (in installation
with no sensor, do not remove the cap of the GN connector to avoid compromising start engine function) - H. Combustion air pressure/temperature sensor J. Low coolant level sensor - JG. Pre-lubrication control unit - JK. CAN lines connector - JO. Analog to digital converter module - JF1, JF2. Relay box - JQA. Set for
connection to interface for analog instruments wire harness - JSV. Overspeed module - JINV. Set for connection to gearbox sensor and external accelerator command JECCF. Excitation engine stop function - JECCM. Excitation engine stop function - K, K1 Air filter clogging sensor - M. Sensor for detecting the presence of water in the
fuel pre-filter - MM. Electric starter motor - O, O1. Exhaust gas temperature sensor - PA. Throttle position sensor - PO. Pre-lubrication electrical pump - SI. Gear box oil
temperature sensor U. Clogged engine oil filter sensor - VI. Gear box oil pressure sensor - VS. Engine oil pressure/temperature sensor - Z. Clogged fuel filter sensor * B, C, H sensor wiring harness.

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JF2 JF1

JSV

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Wire harness

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Power supply line

Supplementary services battery


To assure that the engine can be started with a sufficient
quantity of energy, it is advisable to provide for the installation of a supplementary battery, dedicated to supplying
power to the on-board electrical services. The power line to
recharge it may be constructed according to the indications
provided in Chapter 20.

Figure 13
2
Equipment power supply

30

50

+B

If one engine is installed


The battery used for services may be recharged interposing
on the power supply line a relay actuated by the recharge
signal of the alternators electronic regulator (L).

IG

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1. Electric starter motor - 2. Engine wire harness 3. Batteries - 4. Alternator.

The connection of the +B terminal of the alternator to the


positive +30 terminal of the electric starter motor must be
achieved with a conductor having a cross section of at least
40 mm2. The connection of the positive +30 terminal of the
electric starter motor to the positive pole of the battery,
achieved with a conductor having a cross section of at least
95 mm2, allows to obtain, as shown in the figure, the simultaneous connection of the alternator to the battery. The connection between the engine ground and the negative pole
of the battery must be achieved according to the guidelines
provided in the Engine electrical ground paragraph.
caution
If magneto-thermal protecting breakers are inserted, they
must not be used to stop the engine and in any case they
must be activated only a few seconds after shut-down.

If two engines are installed


The presence of two generators allows to keep the recharging functions separated: the generator (G1) recharges the
battery (AC1) dedicated to starting both engines and powering both electrical/electronic control circuits, whilst the
generator (G2) recharges the battery (AC2) used to power
the services.
In two-engine applications, it is essential to connect the
engine grounds to a common potential; the solution proposed in Chapter 20 fully complies with this need, assuring
the full functionality and independence of the two circuits.

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Battery recharging
Figure 15A

Figure 14

B+
Connect to positive
pole terminal of the
starter motor

S
1

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1. Point of connection of the engine electrical ground.

The connection of the engine electrical ground is achieved


by connecting with a cable of at least 95 mm2 cross section
to the negative pole of the battery to the tightening point of
the electric starter motor as shown in Figure 14.
To anchor the grounding terminal to the engine, proceed as
follows:
o completely remove the paint from both parts constituting the connection, using mechanical means or suitable
chemical product;if the anchoring operation is to take
place on superficially treated parts, completely remove
the anaphoretic paint with mechanical means, obtaining
a smooth support surface;

IG

05_038_C

This is accomplished through the power supply line of


the electric starter motor and connection to the +B of
the alternator. The electronic regulator of the alternator
that equips the engine allows an effective control over the
battery recharging operation.
If, due to installation requirements, the batteries need to be
positioned at a distance from the engine, we recommend
increasing the cross section of the power line conductors
and verifying recharging effectiveness by measuring voltage
across the battery poles.
For the best control of the battery recharge cabling the line
relating to the S terminal of the alternator directly to the
positive pole terminal of the battery (see figure 15B).
Figure 15B

o apply a uniform layer of BH44D paint (IVECO standard


18-1705) with a brush or spray gun;
o join the parts constituting the grounding note within 5
minutes from the time the paint was applied.

+B

IG

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B+
Connect to positive
pole terminal of the
starter motor

Connect to positive
pole terminal of the
batteries

S
81790

IG

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Connections of the central electronic unit


(ECU) EDC7 UC31
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Relay box
Figure 17

ENGINE
ROOM

STOP

BRIDGE

START

CHECK

A1
A2
A

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A. 36 pole connector - A1. 16 pole connector A2. EDC at 89 poles.

The connection of the central electronic unit, ECU, to the


components of the EDC system is achieved by means of
three connectors to subdivide the wiring harnesses, thereby
favoring a quicker identification of the lines during testing
operations.
The different connectors are polarized and provided with
levers to favor the connection and disconnection operations
and assure proper coupling.
They are dedicated to the following functions:
o Connector A for engine mounted components
o Connector A1 reserved for electro-injector connection
o Connector A2 for boat side connections.

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1. Engine control selector on bridge or engine room 2. Manual throttle control in engine room - 3. Not used 4. Not used - 5. Connector for external diagnosis instrument.

This shall be installed and anchored in such a way as to


dampen the vibrations and stresses occurring when underway, and they shall be accessible during servicing operations
and when underway. The electrical commands positioned on
the panel allow to control engine starting and stopping (2)
directly from the engine room, while excluding any possibility that anyone may involuntarily start the engine from the
bridge (1), during servicing operations.
On the relay box is located the multipolar connector, protected by a screw-on lid (5), for connection with the computerized diagnostic tools prescribed by IVECO MOTORS.
Inside the box, anchored to a printed circuit board, are
present the power management relays of some components
and the elements that protect the electrical lines against
short circuits or excessive current absorption. These components perform a similar function to that of fuses, almost
totally avoiding the need to restore the electrical continuity
of circuits subjected to an anomaly condition. These components are able to limit and eliminate short circuit currents
without melting, restoring their own and the circuits electrical continuity, once the cause of the anomaly is removed.

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Water presence in the pre-filter sensor


Figure 17B

Figure 17A

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After testing the working condition of the linkage, adjust the


run of the servo components (see Chapter 15).
o With the throttle at idle setting, the potentiometer rod
has to be in the resting position;
o With the throttle at the stop, the potentiometer rod has
to be in the position of maximum run out.

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3
1. Pre - filter - 2. Conductor to be connected
with the negative battery terminal 3. Sensor to detect water in the fuel.
CAUTION

In order to enable the proper working of the sensor to


detect water in the fuel, it is necessary that the pre-filter
support is connected electrically to the negative battery
terminal.
In the engine models which use parts with insulated poles
it is necessary to electrically insulate the pre-filter support
from the boat mass and then connect the support with the
negative battery terminal.

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Connection with gearbox


accelerator command

and

external

Figure 18

F G H

D C B A

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The JINV connector is designed to be connected with the


gear box front/rear gear sensors and it offers the option to
use an electronic management of the engine rotation speed,
instead of what is preset on the engine.
When this option is used the accelerator position sensor,
which is situated on the engine, remains electrically connected but it will not be used and the EDC Central Unit
will manage the engine speed according to the tension signal
applied to the JINV connector terminals.
In cases of damage to the electronic acceleration system, it is
possible to manage the engine rotation speed under emergency conditions. This is possible by disconnecting the JINV
connector and by mechanically activating the sensor lever
situated on the engine.

VIEW OF THE JINV WIRING CONNECTOR


FROM THE COUPLING SIDE

A Not connected
B Not connected
C External accelerator command signal input (see data in the following table)
D External accelerator command enabling connection (short circuit to mass = enabled external accelerator)
E

Rear gear activated signal (closed circuit to mass = rear gear activated)

Forward gear activated signal (closet circuit to mass = forward gear activated)

Battery positive signal with key in the ON position

Power negative signal (mass)

Consequently it is necessary to carry out, on the side of the connector wired to the external accelerator device, a short circuit
between the terminal D and the mass terminal (H) in order to enable the external accelerator device.
TERMINAL

Voltage (U)

Function interpreted

0 V (Mass)

Common reference terminal

0 to 0,2 V

Poor value. EDC recognises a fault

0,2 to 0,5 V

Accelerator at minimum level

0,5 to 4,5 V

Accelerator min. to max., U function

4,5 to 4,8 V

Accelerator at maximum level

4,8 to 5 V

Excessive value. EDC recognises a fault

NOTE: The voltage values for the rotation of the motor must be between 0.2 and 4.8 V. Values below 0.2 V or above 4.8 V
generate the recognition of a fault and consequent deactivation of the function.
CAUTION
When neutral gear sensor is installed remember to connect it to GN connector.
In installation with no sensor, do not remove the cap of the GN connector to avoid compromising start engine function.

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Analog instruments panel wiring


Figure 19

10

7
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1. JQA engine wiring connector - 2. JE-JH extension wiring - 3. J1 connector- 4. J3 connector - 5. Analog instrument
panel interface wiring - 6. J4 connector - 7. JC connector - 8. Main analog instruments panel 9. J2 connector - 10. Digital to analog converter module.

The engine electrical equipment offers the option to use the


IVECO MOTORS boards with analogical instruments.
The connection of the main instrument board with the
engine electric equipment is carried out through the interface wiring (5) to which the digital/analog converter module
must be connected (10),
To facilitate the installation of the different parts there is one
extension wiring (2), which can be supplied in the following
dimensions: 3, 5 and 7 meters.

The J1 connector (3) of the interface wiring (5) can be


connected with the JQA engine wiring connector (1) both
directly and through the JE-JH extension wiring (2).
The J4 (6) connection of the interface wiring (5) can be connected with the JC instrument main board connector (7).

Connection with optional analogical instrument


A Engine oil temperature signal (50 to 150 C)

Figure 20

Gear box oil pressure signal (0 to 25 bar)

Gear box oil temperature signal (50 to 150 C)

Overfeeding air pressure signal (0 to 5 bar)

E * Exhaust gas temperature signal (0 to 1000 C)


F * Exhaust gas temperature signal ( (0 to 1000 C)
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Supply negative signal (mass)

Battery positive signal with key in the ON position

J Not connected
K Not connected

The J3 connector can supply command signals to possible


extra analogical instruments.

* available for V engines (n 2 manifolds).

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9. MAIN ANALOG INSTRUMENT PANEL


Figure 21

electronic
RPMx100

2
HOURS

oC

bar

oF

11

10

8
7

12
13
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1. Coolant temperature gauge (TA) - 2. Revolution counter and hour counter (CG) - 3.Voltmeter (V) - 4. Buzzer (SA) - 5. Indication
and alarm module (MS) - 6. Engine oil pressure gauge (MO) - 7. Connector for secondary instrument panel (JE) - 8. On board panel
instrument light switch (L) - 9. Engine start/stop key switch (CA) -10. Engine stop push-button - 11. Sound alarm inhibition pushbutton (P1) -12. Connector for main panel wiring (JC) - 13. Cap with electrical continuity connection.

Installation of the IVECO MOTORS onboard panel with


analog indicators entails connecting the panels JC connector
to the J4 connector on interface wire harness, interposing
the appropriate extension wire harness available in 3, 5 and
7 meter-long versions.

To the main panel is connected the JE connector, provided


for connection to the secondary panel; in installations with
no secondary panel, do not remove the cap of the JE connector to avoid compromising the electrical continuity of the
systems power supply circuit.

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Synoptic of the connections of the analog panels


Figure 22
1
MAIN
INSTRUMENT
PANEL

*%

*(

*%

!
*#
*

*(

!

ENGINE
EQUIPMENT

EDC
ELECTRONIC
CENTRAL
UNIT

DIGITAL
TO ANALOG
CONVERTER
MODULE

SECONDARY
INSTRUMENT
PANEL

!

*
*(

*

*%

*1!

*

*/
2

ANALOG
TO DIGITAL
CONVERTER
MODULE

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*&

*&
RELAY
BOX

1. JE-JH Extension wire harness. - 2. Connector for optional analog instruments.

The J3 connector (2) is equipped with electric connections for


wiring up optional analogue instruments (see figure 20).
Figure 23

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*%

12

12

*(

CONNECTORS OF THE JE-JH EXTENSION WIRE HARNESS, SEEN FROM THE COUPLING SIDE

The JE-JH wire harness comprises 12 lines, each connected


to the terminal identified on both connectors by the same
number.

BATTERY

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Converter modules

Functions of the JO terminals

JO module decodes some informations supplied from EDC


ECU, translates the signals of some analog sensors and codes
all to the CAN lines connected to JQA connector.
J2 module decodes all these informations converting them in
electrical signals fitted to drive the instruments and indicator
lights on the indications and alarms module.
Both modules are connected by 36 poles connectors.
Figure 24

Gear box oil pressure signal

CAN L_1

CAN H_1

Power supply positive (+ B)

Power supply positive (+ B)

Battery positive with key in ON position

Battery positive with key in ON position

Power supply negative (ground)

9 Not connected
10 Engaged forward gear signal *
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REAR VIEW OF THE MODULES


WITH JO AND J2 CONNECTORS

11

Pre-lubrication signal

12

Wired to pin 9, JF2 connector

13 Exhaust gas temperature signal (A)


14 Exhaust gas temperature signal (A)

Figure 25

15

Gear box oil temperature signal

16

CAN L_Q for instrument panel

17

CAN H_Q for instrument panel

18

Air filter clogging signal (A)

19

Power supply negative (ground)

20 Not connected
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JO AND J2 CONNECTORS
VIEW OF THE WIRE HARNESS TERMINAL,
COUPLING SIDE

21

Alternator anomaly signal

22

Electronic throttling system enabling *

23 Engaged reverse gear signal *


24

Low coolant level signal

25 Exhaust gas temperature signal (B)


26 Exhaust gas temperature signal (B)
27

Electronic throttling system *

28 Not connected
29

Air filter clogging signal (B)

30

Blow-by filter clogging signal (unavailable)

31

Power supply negative (ground)

32 Not connected
33

Wired to pin D, JSV connector

34 Not connected
35

Oil filter clogging signal

36

Fuel filter clogging signal

* See Figure 18

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Functions of the J2 terminals

Installation

Battery positive with key in ON position

In order to drill holes on the area where the panel is to be


mounted, refer to the dimensions indicated in Chapter 11.

Battery positive with key in ON position

Operation of the panel

Power supply negative (ground)

Power supply negative (ground)

Driving signal for engine temperature instrument gauge

Driving signal for engine oil pressure instrument gauge

After completing the electrical connections and engine


preparation, perform the tests required for the first start, as
described in Chapter 18.
Verify the proper operation of the panel, proceeding as follows:

Driving signal for engine oil temperature instrument gauge *

Driving signal for gear oil pressure instrument gauge *

Driving signal for gear oil temperature instrument gauge *

10 Driving signal for combustion air pressure instrument gauge *


11 Driving signal for exhaust gas temperature instrument gauge *
12 Driving signal for exhaust gas temperature instrument gauge *
13 Driving signal for engine speed instrument gauge

o Make sure that the ENGINE ROOM / BRIDGE switch


of the Relay Box is in the BRIDGE position, then
turn the key switch to the first position and verify that
the instruments are powered and the Indications and
Alarms Module runs the alarm test for about 5 seconds
according to the procedures set out below.
o Once the test is complete, only the indications prescribed
for the engine not running must remain lighted: e.g.
alternator charge and low oil pressure; the analog
instruments must provide values consistent with the
relevant physical parameters.

14 CAN L_Q from JO module


15 CAN H_Q from JO module
16 Driving signal for EDC indicator light
17 Driving signal for SCP indicator light
18 Driving signal for SP indicator light
19 Driving signal for SIFO indicator light
20 Driving signal for SIFB indicator light (unavailable)

Testing the engine start function


Turn the key switch to the second position and keep it in it
until the engine has started, then release the switch, which
will stably return to the first position; after releasing the key,
the switch may be brought back to the starting position only
after the switch is returned to the resting or zero position.

Checking indications

25 Driving signal for SATA indicator light

After starting the engine, verify whether the operating


modes of the Indications and Alarms Module are similar to
those set out below.
Using appropriate measuring instruments, verify the consistency of the indications provided by the analog instruments.
Verify the indication of the panel revolution counter, comparing it with the one measured by a reference instrument; if the
indication is different, proceed as described below.

26 Driving signal for SBPO indicator light

Testing the engine stop function

27 Driving signal for SAC indicator light

The engine is stopped and the panel is disabled by returning


the key switch to the resting or zero position.
The panel has an engine stop push-button whose function is
only enabled in versions where the engine stops as a result
of the excitation of an actuator.
In order to activate the function which stops the engine in
case of excitation, it is necessary to connect the JECCM and
JECCF connectors with each other.

21 Driving signal for SIFA indicator light


22 Driving signal for SIFC indicator light
23 Driving signal for SS indicator light
24 Driving signal for SBLA indicator light

28 Driving signal for SSV indicator light


29 Battery positive with key in ON position
30 Power supply positive (+ B)
31 Not connected
32 Not connected
33 Not connected
34 Not connected
35 Not connected
36 Not connected
* See Figure 20

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Indications and Alarms Module


Figure 26
7
6

4
3

10
11
12

2
1

13
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1. Engine overspeed (SSV) - 2. Presence of water in the fuel


pre-filter (SAC) - 3. Low coolant level (SBLA) - 4. Alternator
anomaly (SS) - 5. Clogged oil filter (SIFO)- 6. Clogged blow-by
filter (SIFB) - 7. Pre-lubrication in progress (SP) - 8. Clogged
air filter (SIFA)- 9. Clogged fuel filter (SIFC)- 10. High coolant
temperature (SATA) - 11. Low oil pressure (SBPO) - 12. Pre/
post heating (SCP) - 13. EDC Malfunction (EDC).

The Indications and Alarm Module comprises the indicator


lights and the electronic alarm interface, timing and storage circuit. It is programmed in such a way that when it is
powered, all indicator lights are lighted, with the exception
of those for pre-lubrication, pre-post heating and EDC
failure and a sound signal is emitted by the buzzer.
The buzzer may be silenced before the end of the test, acting
on the appropriate control.
During the starting phase and for the subsequent 15 seconds, needed to stabilize the low oil pressure signal, all the
modules functions are inhibited; once this time interval has
elapsed, every alarm state detected by the sensors will cause
the associated indicator to be lighted and the buzzer to be
powered; the exceptions are the pre-lubrication and prepost heating indicators, given only visually.
When a new alarm state is detected, the indicator light will
flash to highlight the occurrence with respect to any others
which may be ongoing at the time. When the sound alarm is
shut off, the light indicator will remain lighted and the alarm
will be stored until the engine is stopped.
The standard set-up of the C13 ENT M77 provides for use
of the indicators: SBLA, SIFA, SIFC, SIFO, EDC, SS.

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Revolution-counter calibration

Figure 27A

Figure 27B

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1. Adjustment screw - 2. Panel lighting lamp.

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1. Calibration increasing button 2.Calibration decreasing button.

Verify the indication of the panel revolution counter by


comparing it with the one measured with a reference
instrument; if it differs, operate the adjustment screw (1),
located in the rear part of the revolution counter, until
consistency is achieved; repeat the operation for different
engine rpms.

Verify the indication of the panel revolution counter by comparing it with the one measured with a reference instrument;
if it differs, press the button 1 and 2 situated on the rear
of the tachometer, until consistency is achieved; repeat the
operation for different engine rpms.

Maintenance

Maintenance

Should it become necessary to replace a panel light, remove


the lamp holder from the rear part of the instrument (see
Figure 27A).

The board is illuminated by not-replaceable internal LEDs.

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10. SECONDARY ANALOG INSTRUMENT PANEL


Figure 28
4
5
electronic
RPMx100

7
04_240_N

1. Connector for secondary panel wire harness (JH) - 2. Engine start push-button (CS) - 3. Revolution-counter (CG) 4. Buzzer (SA) - 5. Indications and alarms module (MS) - 6. Engine stop push-button (AS) - 7. Sound alarm inhibition push-button (P1).

The connection is achieved by removing the cap on the JE


connector of the main panel, and connecting the JE connector to the JH connector on the secondary panel, interposing
the extension wire harness, available in 3, 5 and 7 meter-long
versions (see Fig. 22). The JE-JH wire harness comprises 12
lines, each connected to the terminal identified on both connectors by the same number (see fig. 30).
Figure 29
1

Operation of the secondary panel


After completing the electrical connection to the main panel
and engine preparation, and performing the tests required
for the first start (as described in Chapter 16), verify the
proper operation of the panel, proceeding as follows:
o Make sure that the ENGINE ROOM / BRIDGE switch
of the Relay Box is in the BRIDGE position, then turn
the key switch to the first position, thus enabling the
operation of both panels.
o Carry out the same tests for the secondary panel as
were carried out for the main panel.
o Disable the secondary panel by bringing the key switch
on the main panel to the resting or zero position.

Testing the engine start and stop function.


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12

12

*(

CONNECTORS OF THE JE-JH EXTENSION WIRE


HARNESS, SEEN FROM THE COUPLING SIDE

With the panel enabled, press the green push-button until


the engine starts, then release it; wait for engine rpm to stabilize before stopping it by pressing the red push-button.
The starting and stopping operations can be performed several times and consecutively from the secondary panel

Checking indications
Proceed in the same way as for the main panel.

Installation
In order to drill holes on the area where the panel is to be
mounted, refer to the dimensions indicated in Chapter 11.

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11. DRILLING PLANS FOR ANALOG PANELS

26

Figure 30A

200

140

Main panel

26

26

26

225
285

04_022_C

Dimension in millimeters.

28

Figure 30B

140

80

Secondary Panel

28

28

28

180

240

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12. CUSTOMIZED INSTRUMENT PANEL


Main instrument panel wiring
Figure 31A

DIGITAL
TO ANALOG
CONVERTER
MODULE

10

J2

J4

J3

MAIN
INSTRUMENT
PANEL PARTS

JB

J1
A

JH

A1

EDC
ELECTRONIC
CENTRAL
UNIT

JE

ENGINE
EQUIPMENT

A2

JQA
JO

ANALOG
TO DIGITAL
CONVERTER
MODULE

JF1

JF2
RELAY
BOX

BATTERY
05_036_C

1. JQA engine wiring connector - 2. JE-JH extension wiring - 3. J1 connector - 4. J3 connector - 5. Analog instrument
panel interface wiring - 6. J4 connector - 7. JC connector - 8. Electric wires for connection to the panel components 9. J2 connector - 10. Digital to analog converter module.

Using only the components of the panel that are not wired
to allow for panel customization, they will have to be wired
using the 1 meter long wire harness, set up at one end for
coupling to the J4 connector and at the opposite end with
conductors with free terminals with identifying numbering
on each wire. The conductors will have to be connected to
the individual components as indicated in the electrical and
wiring diagrams in Chapter 20.
The connection of the main instrument board with the
engine electric equipment is carried out through the interface wiring (5) to which the digital/analog converter module
must be connected (10),
To facilitate the installation of the different parts there is one
extension wiring (2), which can be supplied in the following
dimensions: 3, 5 and 7 meters.

The J1 connector (3) of the interface wiring (5) can be


connected with the JQA engine wiring connector (1) both
directly and through the JE-JH extension wiring (2).
The J4 (6) connection of the interface wiring (5) can be connected with the JC instrument main board connector (7).
The J3 connector (4) is equipped with electric connections
for wiring up optional analogue instruments (see figure 20).
caution
To assure the functionality of the safeties pertaining to the
engine start/stop commands from the instrument panel or
engine room, it is mandatory to wire the key switch strictly
as shown in the electrical diagrams in Chapter 20.

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Main and seconary instrument panel wiring


Figure 31B

DIGITAL
TO ANALOG
CONVERTER
MODULE

10

J2

J4

J3

MAIN
INSTRUMENT
PANEL PARTS

JB

J1

18

JH

17

11

DIGITAL
TO ANALOG
CONVERTER
MODULE

13

14 15

J2
J4

J3
J1

16
SECONDARY
INSTRUMENT
PANEL PARTS

JB

12

JH

JE

EDC
ELECTRONIC
CENTRAL
UNIT

J51
J6

JE

A1

ENGINE
EQUIPMENT

A2

JQA

JO

J5
19

ANALOG
TO DIGITAL
CONVERTER
MODULE

JF1

JF2
RELAY
BOX

BATTERY
05_037_C

1. JQA engine wiring connector - 2. JE-JH extension wiring - 3. J1 connector - 4. J3 connector - 5. Analog instrument
panel interface wiring - 6. J4 connector - 7. JC connector - 8. Electric wires for connection to the panel components 9. J2 connector - 10. Digital to analog converter module - 11. Wiring to connect two instrument panels 12. J3 connector - 13. Analog instrument panel interface wiring - 14. J4 connector - 15. JB connector - 16. Wiring to connect
analogue instrument panel interface - 17. J2 connector - 18. Digital to analog converter module - 19. T shaped extension wiring.

The preparation of a second custom-built panel requires the


construction of a system as illustrated in the figure.
The main signals are derived from the main panel through
the wiring 11.
The control signals for the rev. counter, engine oil gauge and
engine temperature on the secondary control panel will be
obtained from a second digital/analogue converter module
(18) connected in analogue mode to those indicated for the
main instrument panel. The electric wires must be connected
to the individual components as indicated in wiring diagrams
in chapter 20.

The connection to the JQA connector (1) is made by inserting the T shaped extension wiring (19).
The J3 connectors (4 and 12) are equipped with electric
connections for wiring up optional analogue instruments
(see figure 20).
caution
To assure the functionality of the safeties pertaining to the
engine start/stop commands from the instrument panel or
engine room, it is mandatory to wire the key switch strictly
as shown in the electrical diagrams in Chapter 20.

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JD Connector for indications and alarms


module

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Figure 33

Figure 32
1

4
8

10 11 12

13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24
04_241_N

VIEW FROM THE TERMINAL


SIDE OF THE COUPLING SIDE WIRING

TRIDENT / ITT CANNON

part TST 24PA00

terminal

female

part 192990-0050

lid

rear

part TST24AH0

JD connects the indications and alarms module to the electrical system of the engine (sensors, power supply, etc.).
The terminal part of the wire harness, supplied with the
module, must be completed using female terminals, as
described in the electrical diagram of Chapter 20.
For standard-equipped engines, to have the essential indications available, the following ways must be wired: 1, 3, 7, 8, 9,
10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 e 19 with the female terminals
supplied as standard equipment.

12 11 10 9
16 15 14 13
20 19 18 17
24 23 22 21

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VIEW FROM THE INTEGRATED SIDE


IN THE REAR PART OF THE MODULE

connector

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Functions of the JD terminals


PIN Description Electric level

OFF Indication
ON Indication
1 Module power supply

Positive (+B)

2 Not connected

3 EDC Fault indication

High (+B)

4 Not connected
5

Pre-heating indication

Pre-lubrication indication

7 Engine start
8

Low (ground)

High (+B)

Low (ground)

Open circuit

High (+B)

Power supply positive (+B) while starting

Buzzer inhibition Negative (ground) during the request

9 Module power supply Negative (ground)


10 Sound alarm power supply Negative (ground) during the emission of sound
11 Clogged oil filter indication

Open circuit

Low (ground)

12 Clogged oil vapor filter indication (unavailable)

Open circuit

Low (ground)

13 Clogged air filter indication

Open circuit

Low (ground)

14 Clogged fuel filter indication

Low (ground)

Open circuit

15 Alternator fault indication

High (+B)

Low (1 to 3 V)

16 Low engine coolant level indication

Open circuit

Low (ground)

17 High coolant temperature indication

Open circuit

Low (ground)

18 Low engine oil pressure indication

Open circuit

Low (ground)

19 Presence of water in fuel indication

Open circuit

Low (ground)

20 Overloaded or runaway engine indication

Open circuit

High (+B)

21 Not connected

22 Not connected

23 Reception of data from main panel NMEA communication protocol (0 to 5 V)


24 Transmission of data to secondary panel NMEA communication protocol (0 to 5 V)

caution
To assure the utmost reliability and safety while underway, all installations must be provided with the following alarm indications:
(EDC) EDC failure
(SATA) high coolant temperature
(SBPO) low oil pressure
It is also recommended that the following indications be present:
(SAC) presence of water in the fuel pre-filter
(SIFA) clogged air filter
(SS) alternator fault

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13. SENSORS FOR DETECTION AND PANEL SIGNALING


Coolant temperature sensor

Air pressure and temperature sensor


Oil pressure and temperature sensor

Figure 35

Figure 34

04_236_N

04_062_N

This integrates a temperature sensor with a pressure one.


It is positioned at the inlet of the intake manifold and it offers
a resistance value which varies according to temperature. It
also produces a voltage signal that is proportional to the
value of intake air absolute pressure.
Operating voltage

4,75 V a 5,25 V

Pressure operating range

0 bar to 10 bar

Temperature operating range

-40C to 125 C

Resistor with negative temperature coefficient, providing the


signal for analog temperature indication.
Operating voltage

6 V to 24 V

Calibration range

0C to 120 C

Resistance value at 90C

51,2 4,3

Poles

isolated

Low level coolant sensor


Figure 36

Temperature sensor
Temperature

Resistance

5,67 k to 6,12 k

20

2,41 k to 2,58 k

40

1,14 k to 1,21 k

60

580 to 611

80

315 to 330

100

183 to 190

120

110 to 115

Pressure sensor


Output voltage U in V





  

BAR

Absolute

pressure

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The sensor detect the presence of coolant and is provided


with the control and amplification electronic circuit; it providing the signal for the alarm for low level coolant.
Operating voltage

12 V to 24 V

Condition for high level

open

Maximum current

0,1 A not inductive

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Air filter clogging sensor

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Fuel filter clogging sensor

Figure 37

Figure 39

04_030_C
04_238_N

Vacuum switch, providing the signal for the clogged air filter
alarm indicator.

Pressure switch, providing the signal for the related indicator.


Operating voltage

Operating voltage:

6 V to 24 V

6 V to 24 V

Condition at ambient pressure

normally closed

Condition at ambient pressure

normally open

Opening pressure:

1,5 0,1 bar

Closing vacuum:

52 mbar

Maximum current

0,1 A not inductive

Operating temperature:

- 20C to + 80 C

Electrical poles

isolated

Maximum current

0,1 A not inductive

Electrical poles

isolated

Exhaust gas temperature sensor


Figure 40

Oil filter clogging sensor


Figure 38

04_260_N

NiCr-Ni thermocouple sensor with insulated poles, providing the signal for the analog indication of exhaust gas
temperature.
04_029_C

Differential pressure switch, providing the signal for the


related indicator when pressure difference between inlet /
outlet oil filter is more then a limit value.
Operating voltage:

6 V to 24 V

Condition at ambient pressure

normally open

Closing pressure:

2,4 0,3 bar

Opening pressure:

1,8 0,3 bar

Maximum current

3 A not inductive

Electrical poles

isolated

Temperature

Voltage

mV

100

4,10

200

8,13

300

12,21

400

16,40

500

20,65

600

24,91

700

29,14

800

33,30

900

37,36

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Sensor to detect the presence of water in fuel

MAY 2006

CAUTION
In order to enable the proper working of the sensor to
detect water in the fuel, it is necessary that the pre-filter
support is connected electrically to the negative battery
terminal.

Figure 41

04_031_C

Fuel resistivity sensor, integrated with the control and amplification electronic circuit, providing the signal for the indicator
of the presence of water in the fuel.
Operating voltage

12V to 24 V

Condition in the absence of water

open circuit

Closed condition

resistance of the liquid


1 M

Operating temperature

-20 C to +80 C

Connections of the sensor detecting the presence of water


in fuel

Figure 42
2
1

"

"

3
04_032_C

1. M Connector of the engine wire harness 2. Sensor detecting the presence of water in the fuel 3.Wiring harness (outfitters responsibility).
The three pole connection between the sensor for detecting
the presence of water in the fuel and the engine wire harness must be produced by the outfitter according to the
position of the fuel pre-filter in the boat.
Connection to the engine wire harness requires a METRIPACK150 three-pole connector with three male terminals;
connection to the sensor requires a JUNIOR TIMER threepole connector with three female terminals

In the engine models which use parts with insulated poles


it is necessary to electrically insulate the pre-filter support
from the boat mass and then connect the support with the
negative battery terminal.

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14. PREPARING THE ENGINE FOR FIRST


START-UP
1. Drain the residual 30/M protective oil from the sump.
2. Pour into the lubricating loop only lubricating oil of the
type and in the quantities set out in the Refilling Table.
3. Drain the CFB protective liquid from the fuel loop,
completing the operations as indicated under item 3. of
Chapter 19.
4. Remove the caps and/or seals from the engine intake,
exhaust, aeration and venting ports, restoring normal
conditions of use. Connect the inlet of the turbocharger
to the air filter.

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15. TESTS BEFORE THE FIRST START-UP


Although they are extremely important, common sense
checks such as the exposure of sensitive parts (plastics, wire
harness, electronic units, etc. ...) to heat, and those that for
years have characterized the quality of the work performed
in the yard, are not mentioned herein.
Tests of the proper operation of the engine and the components of the electronic control system may be performed
rapidly and with the utmost reliability using specific diagnostic
tools, available from IVECO MOTORS Technical Assistance
Centers.

Fuel tank suction

5. Connect the fuel loops to the boat tank, completing


the operations set out in item 4. of Chapter 19 During
filling operations, connect the pipe returning fuel to the
tank to a collecting container, to prevent residues of CFB
protective liquid from ending up into the boat tank.

Verify the fuel suction at the maximum allowed longitudinal


and transverse inclination, with the residual quantity of fuel
considered RESERVE, such as to cause the reserve indicator light to be permanently lighted.

6. Verify and refill engine coolant as prescribed.

Throttle lever position sensor

7. In order to enable the sea water pump priming


it is necessary to input water into the forcing circuit.
Remove the sacrifical anode (1 of figure 43), introduce
1.5 litres of water into the hole; reassemble the anode
and tighten it as required.

Figure 44

WARNING
If the engine is activated after a long time, it is necessary
to repeat the operations mentioned in item 7.
8. Remove from the engine the labels with the inscription
ENGINE WITHOUT OIL.
Figure 43

04_080.N

In the positions of minimum and maximum travel, verify the


correlation between the position of the throttle control valve
on the bridge and the position of the sensor rod, checking:
1

o that in the resting position the safety switch inside it is


electrically open. Carry out the test with an ohmmeter
between the points D and E of the potentiometer connector.
-

05_001_C

Value read = optimal adjustment;

- Value read 1 k = a better mechanical adjustment


of the resting position is required, to bring the
value back to .
o In the position of maximum acceleration, the rod of the
sensor has reached the mechanical end stop.

Instruments and control panel


Verify the efficiency of all light indicators, as described in the
related Chapters.

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16. FIRST ENGINE START


Before starting the engine, please make sure the sea water
gate valve is open, check the levels of the lubricating oil and
of the engine coolant, and complete venting the air from the
fuel feed loop, acting on the hand pump of the pre-filter or
with the aid of a dedicated electrical pump.
The venting air points are fitted on the pre-filter supplied
from IVECO MOTORS, after the main filter, on the cylinder
head near the injectors solenoid valves connector. (see Figure 45).
Loosen the vent fitting on the pre-filter and operate the
pump until only fuel without air flows out.
Tighten the vent fitting and complete the purge operation
on the vent fitting placed on the cylinder head during the
initial start-up phases.
Figure 45

Start-up procedures
Figure 46

ENGINE
ROOM

STOP

BRIDGE

START

CHECK

05_012_C

The electrical equipment of this engine allows to start it from


the engine room and from the bridge.

NOTE

05_001_C

A few moments after start-up, make sure sea water is correctly drained from the relevant circuit.

Starting the engine from the bridge


This is allowed only if the Relay box switch (1) is in the
BRIDGE position.
Start the engine and let it run until the idling rpm has fully
stabilized (see also the Chapters on the instrument panels).
PURGE FITTING ON CYLINDER HEAD

CAUTION
Make sure that the fuel that flows out of the fitting dont
coming in conctact with the auxiliaries drive belt and is
not dispersed in the environment.

Starting the engine from the engine room


Moving the Relay box switch (1) to the ENGINE ROOM
position (which must absolutely not be done when the
engine is running), regardless of the position of the key
switch on the indicator and control panel, enables the use of
the adjacent STOP - START push-button (2).
It will thereby be possible to start and stop the engine with
complete independence from the bridge controls.
Moving the switch (1) back to the BRIDGE position, inhibits use of the START-STOP push-button positioned on
the Box, allowing the engine to be started only from bridge
controls.

RPM control
To allow easily to control engine RPM from the engine
room, a simultaneous acceleration/deceleration function
(SET+/SET-), active only when the switch (1) is in the
ENGINE ROOM position, has been implemented in the
start function.
Acceleration (SET +)
If, when the engine is running, the start - stop push-button
is held down in the start position, then engine rpm are
progressively increased (50 rpm per second); the increase
ends when the push-button is released, allowing the engine
to run at the desired rpm.
Deceleration (SET )
Moving the start - stop push-button back to the start
position, after releasing it during the rpm increase phase,

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a progressive reduction in rpm is obtained (50 rpm per


second).
When the push-button is release, the function is inhibited
and the rpm reached at that point is maintained.
NOTE: Further action on the push-button will alternatively
increase - decrease engine rpm. The stop function takes
priority and always stops the engine.
CAUTION
Never operate the BRIDGE - ENGINE ROOM switch
when the engine is running.
Once the first start-up phase is complete, verify that:
o There are no liquid leaks from the coolant loop pipeline
junction hoses.
o There are no exhaust gas leaks in the hull.
o In order to carry out the cooling system degassing, do as
follows:
Figure 47
1

2
05_001_C

keep the engine at minimum rotation speed, slowly loosen


screw (1) positioned on the coolant tank near the cap and
the two screws (2) situated on the exhaust induction in
order to facilitate the exit of possible air bubbles. When this
operation is finished, tighten the screws as required, stop the
engine and verify the level of the coolant liquid.
Fill it up if necessary.
Take care not to disperse the exiting liquid in the environment.
o Complete the instrument panel operation tests as
described in the related Chapters.
o Verify that the power supply voltage across the battery,
after about 15 minutes with the engine running, is no
less than about 26 V.
o Stop the engine and delete any errors which may have
been stored in the injection system ECU during the
stabilization phases. To delete anomalies it is possible to
use the IVECO MOTORS PT 01diagnostic instrument.

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17. EDC ANOMALIES INDICATION


Anomalies indicator light

Engine protection function

The ECU continuously monitors, with complex self-testing


routines, its own operating conditions as well as those of the
components connected to it and of the engine.
When anomalies are detected, the alarm indicator light on
the indicator and control panel is lighted in manners that
provide a first indication on the severity of the problem.

The ECU performs an effective control function on the main


engine operation parameters.
When the maximum temperature limits of the engine oil,
coolant and combustive air are exceeded, the ECU reduces
the maximum torque issued by the engine to protect it from
damage.

Light off:

no anomaly detected or slight anomaly


that does not compromise operating safety

Light on:

significant anomaly, allowing to proceed to


a service center

Recovery
The recognition of significant or sever anomalies causes the
adoption of strategies that allow to use the engine with
complete safety, guaranteed by limiting performance within
pre-set thresholds according to the severity of the case.
These strategies cause the reduction of the maximum values
of torque and power delivered by the engine.
In the case of intermittent anomalies, i.e. recognized by the
ECU and subsequently no longer present, performance
reduction will continue until the engine is shut down.
Normal operation will be restored only the next time the
engine is started, while the anomaly data will be saved in
the failure memory.

Error deletion procedure


Figure 48

ENGINE
ROOM

STOP

BRIDGE

START

CHECK

05_012_C

1
Error deleting can be carried out through the PT01 IVECO
MOTORS instrument, connected with the diagnosis connection (1) positioned on the relay box.
CAUTION
The error deleting procedure is intended to eliminate
the information relating to the mistakes from the ECU
memory, which happened during previous working periods.
The errors will not be deleted unless the relating cause
has been removed. Please remember that some anomalies
can be detected by the ECU self-diagnosis only during a
complete engine working cycle.

CAUTION
These operating modes ARE NOT CLASSED AS ERRORS,
meaning that they do not provoke the memorising of faults
and trigger no failure signal on the panel.
During the diagnostic process it is therefore important not to
overlook this kind of behaviour when there are significant
reductions in performance which cannot be traced back to
other causes.
In proportion with the nature of the risk, the function is
activated when temperatures in excess of 80 C for combustion air, 102 C for coolant and 120 C for engine oil are
recognised.

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18. UNDERWAY CHECKS


ECU Temperature
Verify that the temperature of the surface of the electronic
engine control unit, after 30 minutes underway at full engine
power, is less than +70C.

Engine compartment vacuum


Verify that value of ambient air pressure in the engine room
with the engine(s) at full load and maximum power output
complies with the value specified herein.

Combustion air temperature


Verify that the temperature in the engine room, after 30
minutes underway at full engine power, does not exceed
50C and, in any case, does not exceed the value of external
temperature by more than 15C.

Exhaust back-pressure
Verify that the value of back-pressure present at the inlet of
the exhaust gas conduit, with the engine(s) at full load and
maximum power output, complies with the value specified
herein.

Exhaust temperature
Verify that the temperature of the exhaust gases under
maximum engine power output conditions is close to the
prescribed value; to determine the propeller power absorption curve, it will also be possible to obtain from the ECU
parameters the fuel injection values by using the IVECO
MOTORS tool.

Fuel temperature
Verify that the temperature of the fuel in the low pressure
line, while underway at full power and with a stable quantity
of fuel in reserve, does not exceed 50C. A higher value
would entail a reduction in engine performance. If the tendency to reach the maximum allowed temperature is noted,
install a heat exchanger for the fuel.

Pressure in the fuel supply line


To assure the regular operation of the engine and the reliability of the components of the fuel supply and injection
system, you need to verify that:
o vacuum in the fuel oil supply line to the low pressure
pump is less than 0.2 bar relative (2000 mm H2O);
o pressure in the fuel oil return line to the tank is less than
0.2 bar relative (2000 mm H2O).
Measures are carried out inserting a T junction near the
fuel inlet and outlet, taking care to avoid any air suction. Values are read at variable rpm, from idle to maximum, at 200
rpm intervals.
If there are any symptoms indicating the possible presence of
air in the fuel supply line, a check may be made by inserting
a clear tube, arranged as an inverted U, before the engine
inlet junction.

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19. PREPARING THE ENGINE FOR LONG


IDLE PERIODS
To prevent oxidation to the internal parts of the engine and
to some components of the injection system, if idle periods
exceeding two months are expected, the engine needs to
be prepared with six-months periodicity, proceeding as
follows:
1. Drain the lubricating oil from the sump, after heating the
engine.
2. Pour 30/M protective oil (alternatively, oil conforming
with MIL 2160B Type 2 specifications) into the engine to
the minimum level marked on the dipstick.

Start the engine and let it run for about 5 minutes.

3. Drain the fuel from the injection line and from the filter,
taking care to avoid letting the fuel come in contact with
the auxiliaries belt. .To do so, loosen the drain cap (see
Chapter 16) in the front part of the cylinder head and
the fuel inlet junction with the cylinder head, taking care
to prevent the fuel from coming in contact with the
auxiliaries belt.
4. Connect the fuel line to a tank containing CFB protective liquid (ISO 4113) and assist the inflow of the liquid
by pressurizing the line and turning the engine over for
about 2 minutes, after excluding the operation of the
injection system. The required operation may be carried
out by directly polarizing the terminal 50 of the electric
starter motor with positive voltage 24 V, using a conductor prepared for the occasion.
5. Nebulize 30/M protective oil at the rate of about
130 g (10 g per liter of displacement) into the turbochargers intake, while the engine is turning over as
described above.
6. Close with suitable stoppers or seal with adhesive tape
all engine intake, exhaust, aeration and venting ports.
7. Drain the residual 30/M protective oil from the sump; it
may be re-used for 2 more engine preparation operations.
8. Apply tags with the inscription ENGINE WITHOUT
OIL on the engine and onboard panel.
9. Drain the coolant, if it has not been mixed with antifreeze and corrosion inhibiting agents, affixing tags to
indicate that the operation has been carried out.
If external parts of the engine are to be protected, spray
protective liquid OVER 19 AR onto unpainted metal parts,
such as flywheel, pulleys and others; avoid spraying belts, connector cables and electrical equipment.

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20. WIRING DIAGRAMS


Wiring diagram key
General condition for the preparation and interpretation of wiring diagrams

o Key switch open


o Engine not running
o Liquids at efficient levels and pressures
Figure 49

Component code or
connector code

Component
terminal

JF1-JF2
JF2

13 12

10

11 14 16 17

JF1

17 5 13 33 6 16 35 30 29

JK
1
2
4

10

3
5
6

BAT
+
+

A2

AC

10 11

17 36 47 29

13 32 37 40 89 85 34 35 53 52

66

85150
A

24 28 32 27

25 36

33 34

35

26

15

18

19

23

10

13

11

BAT

95

E A
1

R
t

VS

Minimum cable cross


section in mm2

2
2 1

2 1

Component code or
connector code

Terminal
connection

F
2

INJ1

Sk EDC C13_77

INJ2

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Electrical equipment component code


A

fuel temperature sensor

SA

buzzer

AC

battery

SI

gear box oil temperature sensor

AQ

engine shut-off push-button on main panel

Clogged oil filter sensor (for alarm)

AS

engine shut-off push-button on secondary panel

VI

gear box oil pressure sensor

drive shaft sensor

VS

engine oil pressure/temperature sensor

BA

additional drive shaft sensor (certified installation )

Clogged blow-by filter (unavailable)

camshaft sensor

clogged fuel filter sensor (for alarm)

CA

key switch

85150

ECU of the EDC system

CS

engine start push-button on secondary panel

EC

switching solenoid valve for oil charge/discharge

engine coolant temperature sensor

GG

alternator

GH

grid heater power relay

GN

neutral gear sensor

combustion air pressure/temperature sensor

INJ

EUI injector

low coolant level sensor (for alarm)

JG

pre-lubrication control unit

JO

Analog to digital converter module

J2

Digital to analog converter module

JF1, JF2

relay box

K, K1

air filter clogging sensor (for alarm)

instrument panel light switch

M
MM

sensor for detecting the presence of water in the


fuel pre-filter (for alarm)
electric starter motor

MP

pre-lubrication and oil transfer module

MS
O, O1

IVECO MOTORS indications and alarms


module
exhaust gas temperature sensor (for gauge)

P1

sound alarm inhibition push-button

PA

throttle position sensor

PE
PH

emergency shut-down push-button


(optional, installers responsibility)
Grid heater

PO

pre-lubrication electrical pump

QP

main analog instrument panel

QS

secondary analog instrument panel

(continues on next page)

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Connectors

Indicator lights

36 pole EDC engine components

EDC

EDC malfunction

A1

16 pole EDC electro-injectors

SAC

presence of water in fuel pre-filter

A2

89 poles EDC boat side

SATA

coolant high temperature

EUI injectors solenoid valve

SBLA

low coolant level

J1

on the relay box panel for external diagnostic


tool

SBPO

low oil pressure

J3

SCP

pre-post heating

ON INTERFACE WIRE HARNESS FOR ANALOG INSTRUMENT PANEL

SIFA

clogged air filter

SIFB

clogged oil vapor filter

SIFC

clogged fuel filter

SIFO

clogged oil filter

SP

pre-lubrication

SS

alternator fault

SSV

runaway engine

set for connection to optional indicator gauges


J4

ON INTERFACE WIRE HARNESS FOR ANALOG INSTRUMENT PANEL

set for connection to main analog instrument panel


IVECO MOTORS indications and alarms module

JD
JC

ON MAIN ANALOG INSTRUMENT PANEL

set for connection to interface wire harness


JE

ON MAIN DIGITAL INSTRUMENT PANEL

JF1

set for connection to the secondary digital


instrument panel
relay box

JF2

relay box

JH

ON SECONDARY ANALOG INSTRUMENT PANEL

set for connection to the main analog


instrument panel
CAN lines

JK
JQA

ON ENGINE WIRE HARNESS

set for connection to interface for analog instruments wire harness


overspeed module

JSV
JINV

ON ENGINE WIRE HARNESS

JECCF

set for connection to gearbox sensor and


external accelerator command
excitation engine stop function

JECCM

excitation engine stop function

Gauges

CG

revolution-counter

MO

engine oil pressure

TA

engine temperature

voltmeter

AC

BAT

BAT

10

95

JF2

A2

10 11

10

33 34

17 36 47 29

25 36

11 14 16 17

A
2

35

26

15

18

2 1

19

23

13 32 37 40 89 85 34 35 53 52

17 5 13 33 6 16 35 30 29

JF1

10

2 1

E A

INJ1

13

85150

JK

11

INJ2

INJ3

12

66 21

14

INJ4

INJ5

16

79 78 77 48

15

75 12

INJ6

2
A

GH

GN
E

PA

A1

PH

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VS

24 28 32 27

13 12

JF1-JF2

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EDC

Sk EDC C13_77

40

BAT

95

AC

12 4

BAT

50

30

10 6

MP

PO

13 15

MM

JF2

95

11 5

A2

12

EC

10 11

JG

JO

85150

11 12

34 35 53 52 42

30 29

JF1-JF2

19 31

A1

A B

14 13

JO

26 25

O1

17 16 10 23 22 27

JK

JINV

28 36 25

12

11

10

12

BA

JSV

10 11 21 22 34

21 24 1 15 30 35 36 18 29

JQA

19 20 32

33 6

JECCM

JECCF

JF1

29

K1

30

+B

VI

GG

L IG S

SI

GG

J
2

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Assembly

Sk gen C13_77

AC

BAT

+ BAT

Sk_Quadro Di Bordo C13_77

95

J2

12 12

12 12

JH

11 11

11 11

JE

10 10

10 10

J1

JQA

QP

30

JC 1
J4 1

2
2

JH

JE

4
4

10

8
8
7
7

50

6
6

9
9

AQ

CA

15 29 14

JH

10

AS

JE

15

30

L-

L+

0 0 0 1

X100

13

40 36 39 14 15 16 13
40 36 39 14 15 16 13

P1

10

20

CG

50

30

5
5

40

SA

10 11
10 11

JC 33
J4 33

TA

J2

34
34

32
32

MO

JD
9
1

12 11 10 9

J3

28

44 27 41 26 25 21 42 22 43 23 45 46 47
44 27 41 26 25 21 42 22 43 23 45 46 47

MS

SS
SIFA

SAC

17 18

EDC
SATA
SBPO

27 23 21

16 25 26

19 18 30 38 12 35 31
19 18 30 38 12 35 31

10 19 15 13

SCP

SBLA
5

SP

SIFC

SIFO
SIFB

16 12 11 14

SSV
17 24 20 19 22 18

3 17 20 24 28 29 37
3 17 20 24 28 29 37

JC
J4

20 24

JE

JD

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Main analog instrument panel

49

AC

BAT

+ BAT

J2

12 12

12 12

JH

11 11

JE

10 10

11 11

10 10

J1

JQA

QP

1
1

30

JC
J4

2
2

8
8

4
4

7
7

50

6
6

J2

9
9

AQ

CA

15 29 14

15

30

L-

L+

0 0 0 1

X100

J3

13

40 36 39 14 15 16 13
40 36 39 14 15 16 13

P1

10

20

CG

50

30

5
5

4
3

JC 34
J4 34

40

3
4

TA

5
6

10 11 12

MO

JE

AS

JD

MS

9
1

CS

10

L-

SAC
L+

20

SS
SIFA
3

0 0 0 1

X100

CG

17 18

12 11 10

40

EDC
SATA
SBPO
JH

50

30

SA

10 19 15 13

SCP
9

SBLA
8

SIFO
SP

SIFB

SIFC

JD

MS

SSV
3

P2

16 12 11 14

JD

8 10 19 15 13

20 24

SA

3 17 18

QS

5 16 12 11 14

20 23

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* See main indicator and


control panel wiring diagram

Sk_Quadro Sec C13_77

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50
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Secondary analog instrument panel

J4

JB

HOURS

electronic
RPMx100

33

34

Connections

32

Identifying numbering
on each wire

START

OFF ON

bar

19
23

20
24

19

15

16

28

11

12

18

22

18

14

10

31

21

29

17

13

35 30 17

JD connector integrated in the rear


part of the indications and alarms module

37 20

3
8

12

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1 meter long
wire harness

13

oF

oC

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Wiring of a specific personalised instrument board

Sk Strum person C13_77

52

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Wiring of the double personalised instrument board (main and secondary board)
oC
bar

oF

electronic
RPMx100

MAIN PANEL

HOURS

OFF ON
START

J4

JB

13

33

34

32

12

11

10

16

15

14

13

20

19

18

17

24

23

22

21

37 20

28

19

18

31

29

35 30 17

12

oC
bar

oF

electronic
RPMx100

SECONDARY PANEL

HOURS

J4

JB

33

13

12

11

10

16

15

14

13

20

19

18

17

24

23

22

21

32

Wiring prepared in a length of 1 m

Sk Strum pers 1+2C13_77

AC2

Two-engines
installation

IE1

30

50

MM

10

GG2

B+

B+
GG 1

50

MM
30

87
85

86

RL
30

BAT +

BAT

AC2

+
AC1

-
-
-
-
-

+ BAT

BAT

30

50

MM

GG1

B+
1

AC1: Main Battery


AC2: Battery for auxiliary services
IE1: Engine 1 electrical system
IE2: Engine 2 electrical system
RL: Relay 50A max.
*: Electrical power supply for services

Key:

BAT

AC1

95

95

10

JO

40

+ BAT

21

95

Single engine
installation

40

40

4
4

IE2

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95

Sk_Accum_Servizi C13_77
95

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Supplementary services battery recharge

53

10

95

40

54

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21. APPENDIX
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LUBRICATING OIL TRANSFER MODULE
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PRE-LUBRICATION AND OIL


TRANSFER MODULE
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LUBRICATING OIL TRANSFER MODULE

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PRE-LUBRICATION AND OIL TRANSFER


MODULE

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1. Oil intake/exhaust control. 2. Switching solenoid valve control.

1. Oil intake/exhaust control.

Lubricating oil transfer operations are simplified by the


presence of an electrical control system connected to the JG
connector of the interface wiring harness. Manual control for
transfer operations is positioned on the front panel unit. For
safety reasons, control is enabled only with the key switch in
the OFF position

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The module is connected to the JG connector of the


interface wiring harness.
The task of pre-lubricating the engines internal components
is managed and controlled by the electronic circuit of the
module when the key switch is placed in ON position. The
operation can also be conducted by acting manually, with
the key switch in the OFF position, only on the oil intake/
exhaust push-button positioned on the unit. If the pushbutton is placed for a few seconds in the DISCHARGE
position, the filters and the internal engine ducts will be
filled.
Lubricating oil transfer sequence:
1. Place the EV-OFF/ EV-ON (2) switch in the EV-ON
position, thus energizing the switching solenoid valve
to place the emptying/filling junction in communication
with the electrical pump and with the oil sump.
2. Use the CHARGE/DISCHARGE (1) push-button to
complete the desired operation.
3. Place the EV-OFF/ EV-ON switch back to the EV-OFF
Figure 3
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1. One way valve - 2. Switching solenoid valve (EC) 3. Electrical pump (PO).

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1. Specific junction pipe - 2. Electrical grid heater 3. Power relay.

When the engine is to be used at temperatures lower than 15 C, an electrical grid heater is installed, (PH). Its operation
is controlled by the electronic unit of the injection system.
The element will be placed between the turbocharger and
the air-water heater exchanger (after-cooler), replacing the
terminal part of the intake duct. Connection to the electrical
wiring provided is achieved interposing a specific relay (GH)
and connection to the power supply grid, (see Chapter 24)
For use at temperatures lower than -25 C, adoption of an
auxiliary preheating system is recommended.

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