EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND DATA (Contd)
DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENT PANEL
A Instrument Panel -- Contains gauges, switches, and indicator lights used during boat operation.
B Engine Oil Pressure Gauges -- Engine oil pressure gauges range between 0150 psi. The gauges
allow operator to view oil pressure during operation.
C Engine Coolant Temp Gauges -- Engine water temperature gauges range between
0250 F. The gauges allow operator to view coolant temperature during operation.
D Transmission Oil Pressure Gauges -- Transmission oil pressure gauges range between 0400 psi.
The gauges allow operator to view transmission oil pressure during operation.
E Batteries In Parallel Light -- Batteries in parallel light illuminates when emergency link button is
depressed and all four batteries are being used in parallel for boat operations.
F Low Fuel Level Light -- Illuminates when there are 12 gallons (45 liters) or less fuel remaining in
the fuel tank.
G Auxiliary and Starting Batteries Volt Gauges -- Battery volt gauges range between 1834 volts.
The gauges allow operator to view voltage for starting and auxiliary batteries.
H Engine Circuit Switches -- Control circuit power to the instrument panel for port and starboard
I Low Oil Lights -- Illuminate when low engine oil pressure is detected.
J Starter Switches -- When positioned up, engage the starter to start the engine. Once released,
K Charge Warning Lights -- Illuminate
if the voltage generated
by the alternator
or less than
L Alarm Mute Switches -- Allow operator to turn off audible alarms.
M High Temp Lights -- Illuminate if engine coolant temperature reaches above 210 F (99 C).
N Starboard and Port Tachometer -- The tachometer displays the current
speed of the engine
crankshaft in revolutions per minute (rpm). The tachometer includes an hour indicator displaying
hours of engine use.
O Aft and Fwd Bilge Hi Level Lights -- Illuminate to inform operator that water buildup is present at
the aft and forward bilge areas.
P Panel Lights Switch -- Controls gauge illumination within the instrument panel.