The result is precise and confident course keeping, regardless of vessel speed or sea conditions - Evolution autopilots steer so accurately they can save fuel and get you to your destination faster.
The Drive unit is the part that interfaces with your vessel's steering system to keep you on the right course. Raymarine has a broad range of drive units to match almost any type of steering system - our Evolution Autopilots accommodate hydraulic, mechanical and power assisted stern drive systems.
Complete your Evolution autopilot system with an autopilot control head. Onboard, wireles control. Take full, onboard control of your Raymarine SeaTalk autopilot with one of Raymarine's wireless controls.
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EV Autopilots are installed in the cockpit of tiller and wheel steered yachts and smaller power boats. The EV wheel pilot comprises a fully enclosed wheel-drive for simple installation and superb autopilot performance.
The Raymarine EV Tiller Pilots are perfect for large tiller steered yachts up to 6,kg 13, lbs displacement. Perfect for vessels with single outboard engines and hydraulic steering, install the entire system above or below decks as required. The EV delivers superior autopilot performance for hydraulically steered boats, particularly those with outboard motors and rudder-reference less systems. Tiller pilots have consistently been the world's most popular pilot.
The Evolution inboard range consists of autopilot packs designed to suit specific vessel types, steering systems and vessel displacements. The EV system is for use with electric solenoids that control the vessels hyrdraulic steering system. The EV pack controls vessels with any Type 1 to Type 3 mechanical or hyrdraulic drive units.
Compare the all Evolution System Packs here. Toggle navigation. Raymarine Autopilot Systems. Cockpit Autopilots EV Autopilots are installed in the cockpit of tiller and wheel steered yachts and smaller power boats. EV Sail. Cockpit Autopilot The EV wheel pilot comprises a fully enclosed wheel-drive for simple installation and superb autopilot performance. EV Tiller. Cockpit Autopilot The Raymarine EV Tiller Pilots are perfect for large tiller steered yachts up to 6,kg 13, lbs displacement.Toggle navigation.
Search Member List Calendar Help. Login — Register. Threaded Mode Linear Mode. Post: 1. I am in the process of commissioning my EV autopilot. I read on the forum that the system is heavily dependent on this data. I have neither, I was under the impression that I could use this system as an independent unit to hold a straight course until I purchase additional equipment. At this point that's all I wanted.
During the dockside setup, all electronics seems to be working, all components are discovered on the network with up to date software. I do not have a rudder reference sensor. Going through the commissioning manual Documentthat's the small document I downloaded. Section 1.
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Section 3. Section 4, Adjusting the hard over time, here is where I am lost and got totally unsatisfactory results. I placed the rudder to full port in standby mode then in auto mode changed the course by 90 degrees p70Rs as per instructions, the rudder began to move to starboard very slowly and intermittently like small incremental motion not a continuous motion.
Basically stop and go. I changed course a bit more in the same direction but no movement. I was expecting it to move the rudder continuously to full starboard and that would be my hard over time.
Section 5, Compass linearization I did not attempt this since I was not satisfied with the dockside commissioning. That is, I have not entered the hard over time and I read the warning about impacting the rudder end stops. Please advise on how to proceed. Post: 2. Post: 3. First I have no rudder reference sensor. My boat is a Bayliner Bayliner twin rudders. No GPS or speed data connected. I have software versions: EV-1 Sensor V2.
At first the pilot behaved badly but by the end of the day it was maintaining a course of plus or minus 3 degrees in cruise mode with perfect sea conditions. I have had several trips since then and the system is working well. I never did an hard over so I do not know if the 10 seconds setting is correct. The only thing now is the maximum deviation is not determined it still says '--' after several cruises.
The P70 is displaying 'detecting magnetics' with a little red led. I moved the EV-1 to a different location but got the same result. The Heading displayed by the P70 is a couple degrees off from my magnetic compass, I thought that was acceptable. Post: 4. OK I just read your post on EV data required to troubleshoot.
So it looks like with a speed through the water data source it will never be able to determine the deviation and will always display '--' I have a first generation Lowrance HDS 7 with NMEA bare wires and a NMEA network port connector.
Can I interface this unit with the seatalkng to provide speed input. What do I need in terms of connectors?Page of Go. Installation instructions.
Table of Contents. Raymarine dual function display owner's handbook a60 pages. Raymarine gps chartplotter owner's handbook a65 pages. Raymarine chartplotter display owner's handbook sl,plus pages.
Raymarine gps receivers owner's handbook raystarraystar lp 30 pages. Page 3 Software updates Check the Raymarine website for the latest software releases for your product. Page 6 6. Page 7 8. Page 9: Chapter 1 Important Information Raymarine is not responsible for damages or injuries caused by your use or inability to use the product, by the interaction of the product with products manufactured by others, or by errors in chart data or information utilized by the product and supplied by third parties.
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Page Applicable Products 2. Page Parts Supplied - Axiom 7 2. MFD supplied with Trunnion adaptor fitted 2. Trunnion bracket 3. Trunnion knobs x 2 4. Suncover — Trunnion mount 5. Page Parts Supplied - Axiom 7 disp 2. Rear mount brackets x 2 3. Suncover — Surface mount 4. M5x58 Threaded studs x 4 6. Page Parts Supplied - Axiom 9 And 12 2. Suncover 5. Page Parts Supplied - Axiom 9 And 12 disp 2. Suncover 4. M5x58 Threaded studs x 4 5.
Page Chapter 3 Installation 3. Page Selecting A Location This will help to keep cable runs to a minimum.Page of 37 Go. Table of Contents. Show quick links. Hide Hide permanently. Raymarine S User Manual 40 pages. Raymarine S Installation Manual 38 pages. S Autopilot System Page 9 Bleed the steering system.
Page 12 Secure the autopilot pump. Page 16 Fit the course computer. Page 17 Fit miscellaneous items Page In particu- lar, please take note of the safety and electromagnetic compatibility EMC information at the end of this guide. Page 7: Locating The Course Computer If you have internet access, please view the installation video on line at www.
Before you disturb your hydraulic steering system, we strongly recommend that you consult the manufacturer and read the steering system manuals. Page 8 No sharp bends, kinks or chafing of tube. Mount pump location either horizontally or with connector end up.
Do not mount pump with connector end down. S Autopilot Installation Guide Install in a dry location. Page 9 S Autopilot Installation Guide Using the hydraulic hoses Three, pre-assembled hydraulic hoses are supplied. Two of these are dark-colored, high pressure steering hoses and the third is a transparent low-pressure hose.
The transparent hose is intended to help you check for air bubbles when bleeding the system and must be used only to connect the autopilot pump reservoir to the lower connector on the helm pump. S Autopilot Installation Guide Do not apply sealant to hose connection thread.
Wear the protective nitrile gloves provided when working with hydraulic fluid. Page 13 S Autopilot Installation Guide Connecting the autopilot pump, sheet 3 Connect hydraulic steering hoses from autopilot pump Port and Starboard connectors to the Port and Starboard connectors on the helm pump, so that Port connects to Port, and Starboard connects to Starboard.
To return the steering system to smooth operation, use the procedure given here to bleed the air from the system. Bleed procedure, sheet 1 Top up the helm pump with hydraulic fluid. Loosen the autopilot pump bleed screw 2 full turns.
S Autopilot Installation Guide Page 15 S Autopilot Installation Guide Bleed procedure, sheet 2 Using a suitable screwdriver, turn the autopilot pump shaft so that the flat on the shaft is toward the PORT side of the pump.
Keep the helm pump reservoir topped up while doing this. Page 16 Keep the helm pump reservoir topped up while doing this. Keep turning the wheel counter-clockwise until there are no more bubbles i. Turn the autopilot pump bleed screw, fully clockwise, and hand-tighten it. Replace the helm pump breather cap.Page of 20 Go.
Table of Contents. Distributed by. Page 3 EMC conformance All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine environment. The design and manufacture of Raymarine equipment and Page 4 also known as the Raymarine reversing hydraulic pump. It is primarily designed for use on boats with an existing hydraulic steering system.
Alternatively, you can use this pump on a boat with mechanical steering in conjunction with a secondary steering ram. Page 7 Connect to the course computer. Complete the post-installation checks. EMC installation guidelines All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine environment. Their design and manufacture conforms to the appropriate Cutting and rejoining these cables can compromise EMC performance and must be avoided unless doing so is detailed in the installation manual.
Page 9 Connections to other equipment If your Raymarine equipment is to be connected to other equipment using a cable not supplied by Raymarine, a suppression ferrite MUST always be attached to the cable near to the Raymarine unit.
Page 11 Connect the autopilot pump to the steering system as shown in Figure 5. Page 12 Hydraulic Pump - Installation Guide Two line pressurized systems Two line pressurized systems have an external pressurized reservoir.
Connect the autopilot pump to the steering system as shown in Figure 6. Page 13 Connect the autopilot pump to the steering system as shown in Figure 7. Page 14 Make sure the power supply is switched off before you make any electrical connections. The hydraulic pump has electrical connections for its motor: a red and a black cable. Page 15 M across these pipes as shown in Figure 9. Figure 9: Connecting to a secondary steering ram 5.
Protect moving parts from access during normal use. Page 17 Bleeding the system Bleeding the hydraulic system correctly is one of the most important steps when installing the autopilot hydraulic pump.I was about 15nm from Mallorca when my autopilot finally gave up the ghost. Unfortunately, that was nowhere to be found in the usual online chandleries. That was enough to close the deal. Well, that and the fact that sailing single-handed can be difficult enough as it is, let alone without an autopilot, I wanted something ASAP.
The process is pretty straightforward, but the rolley anchorage in Calanova made it anything but. First impressions were good. The ACU which drives the pump was a nice solid unit, a lot beefier than the Cetrek.
The EV1 sensor looked simple and easy to mount, and the P70s control head seemed nice. The pack also came with a rudder position sensor, and SeatalkNG backbone and spur cables. As you can see the actuator unit is noticeably larger and beefier despite the plastic cover on the front. The compass, is actually the black circle in the white housing. The Cetrek unit here was an all metal housing. Very heavy and robust.
The P70s control head is a more conventional square unit as oppose to the Cetrek remote control. It has a full colour display and menu system to setup the pilot, with the main control buttons easily accessible. I originally wanted to mount this in the cupboard below the helms station, but I found that the unit was too large and bulky to compete for space with the rats nest of wires in there. Instead, I settled on the same location as the old unit, which was under a shelf in the port-side hull.
All the necessary wires were already in place. As well as positive and negative power cables, the unit also has a separate connector for ground.
Perhaps someone reading this can comment.
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On a In the end, this went in the exact same place as the old compass, which is 40cm opposite the actuator unit. On the subject of the compass. I opened the plastic housing according to the instructions, i.
I then re-orientated the compass and closed the housing. I soon found, due to placement problems, I needed to open the housing a second time and re-orientate the compass yet again. It seems that the plastic is cheap, nasty, and brittle. It cannot withstand being opened multiple times.
The small tabs that secure the unit together fatigue and break. Especially considering that the old compass was housed in a very solid metal case. I mentioned this when I contacted Raymarine support, but they glossed over the issue.
I might still put in a warranty claim, but it seems excessive when I could get by with double-sided tape. The P70s control unit is the last part of the puzzle. First things first. I knew the control unit was going to positioned at the helm station — duh! That meant I needed a long SeaTalkNG backbone cable and T-piece to reach from the included 5-port hub, a couple of meters away to the helms station.
It should have been simple enough to install.Thanks in advance! The set-up is included in the MFD menus. Would that be legacy Fom what ails understand the is a big difference. Why I ask Just did an E series pilot upgrade from an older seatalk 1 version pilot The new Evo pilot is superior in many ways Advertised to work with C and E series IE no GPS, speedand several other very important data that would make this truly comparable.
Am I missing something? E series is legacy, e series is predosessor of eS series. E series was seatalk 1 e series was seatalk ng.
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What type hose? What type of tubing? What kind of fittings. I've done over autopilot install and its always the pump.
Where to put. Anon, thanks, so many things to talk about, and so little time to do it. I agree the plumbing is the most tedious and messy translated don't wear good clothes of the entire process.
Here are links to a few. I know I have done more, but I'm approaching nearly stories it takes some time to dig them out. Here is a Type 1 pump Verado base plumbing piece from December: hemarineinstallersrant. My father-in-law has a Evolution 1 ACU The ACU is sending us an error code of Source selection not possible these devices do not support this feature: E Sea Talk Any thoughts or insight would be appreciated.
Sid, here is some more info I acquired after talking to the techs at Ray.