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1 Introduction,Dear Customer, Thank you for choosing Lewmar Lewmar products are world renowned for their quality technical innovation and. proven performance With a Lewmar product you will be provided with many years of outstanding service. Product support, Lewmar products are supported by a worldwide network of distributors and Authorised Service Representatives. If you encounter any difficulties with this product please contact your national distributor or your local Lewmar. dealer Details are available at www lewmar com,CE Approvals. For CE approval certificates contact Lewmar,Important information about this manual. Throughout this manual you will see safety and product damage warnings You must follow these warnings. carefully to avoid possible injury or damage, The type of warnings what they look like and how they are used in this manual are explained as follows. WARNING SAFETY SYMBOL, This is a warning against anything which may When you see the safety symbol it. cause injury to people if the warning is ignored means Do not Do not do this or. You are informed about what you must or must Do not let this happen. not do in order to reduce the risk of injury to,yourself and others. 2 Safety Notice,IMPORTANT Read these notes before continuing. 2 1 Windlass general, Classification Societies and Lewmar require that a vessel at anchor must have its chain rode held by a chain. stopper or equivalent strong point at all times, At all times it is the responsibility of the boat operator to ensure that the anchor and rode are properly stowed. for the prevailing sea conditions This is particularly important with high speed powerboats because an anchor. accidentally deploying while under way can cause considerable damage An anchor windlass is mounted in the. most exposed position on a vessel and is thus subject to severe atmospheric attack resulting in a possibility of. corrosion in excess of that experienced with most other items of deck equipment As the windlass may only be. used infrequently the risk of corrosion is further increased It is essential that the windlass is regularly. examined operated and given any necessary maintenance. Please ensure that you thoroughly understand the operation and safety requirements of the windlass before. commencing the installation Only persons who are completely familiar with the controls and those who have. been fully made aware of the correct use of the windlass should be allowed to use it If there is any doubt of how. to install or operate this unit please seek advice from a suitably qualified engineer. Windlasses used incorrectly could cause harm to equipment or crew. Windlasses should be used with care and treated with respect. Boating like many other activities can be hazardous Even the correct selection maintenance and use of. proper equipment cannot eliminate the potential for danger serious injury or death. Lewmar windlasses are designed and supplied for anchor control in marine applications and are not to be used. in conjunction with any other use, Keep limbs fingers clothing and hair clear of windlass rode and anchor during operation Severe bodily harm. could result, Ensure there are no swimmers or divers nearby when dropping anchor. Windlasses must not be used as the sole means of securing the anchor to the bow fitting especially under. storm conditions Anchors should be independently secured to prevent accidental release. Classification Societies require that a vessel lying at anchor must have its anchor rope chain secured to a. chain stopper or other suitable independent strong point. A windlass should never be used as a mooring bollard the anchor rode MUST be secured to a mooring cleat. chain stopper or other designated strong point Using the windlass to secure the rode will damage the. Do not use windlass for ANY purpose other than deployment and recovery of anchor. The circuit breaker in this product must never be deactivated or otherwise bypassed it is intended to protect. the motor and cables from overheating and damage, Always switch off this windlass at the circuit breaker isolator when not in use. It is the unavoidable responsibility of the owner master or other responsible party to assess the risk of any. operation on the vessel, Windlass must not be operated whilst under the influence of alcohol or drugs. 2 2 Fitting, This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the instructions contained in this manual. Failure to do so could result in poor product performance personal injury and or damage to your boat. Consult the boat manufacturer if you have any doubt about the strength or suitability of the mounting. 2 3 Electrical, Make sure that the boat s battery power supply has been switched off before starting the installation. This product requires installation by a suitably qualified electrical engineer. 3 Specifications,3 1 Gypsy Specifications, Gypsies fitted to the V700 range of windlasses are ideally suited to handling our factory made Rope Chain. combination rodes which consist of rope spliced to a chain tail. Ropes used must be windlass grade medium lay nylon Ropes from different manufacturers have wide variations. in stretch and consistency in diameter Therefore rope and chain from other manufacturers may require some. experimentation to determine the optimum size, Should you have difficulty in matching a gypsy to your chain please consult your local agent or our international. network of distributors,D mm D inch P mm P inch W mm W inch. 6mm DIN 766 6 0 236 18 5 0 728 20 4 0 803, 68001024 6 mm ISO 4565 6 0 236 18 0 709 21 6 0 850. 6 7 mm 1 4 7 mm DIN 766 7 0 276 22 0 866 23 8 0 937. 3 Strand and 8 Plait, Gypsy kit 1 4 ACCO ISO G43 G4 7 0 276 21 3 0 840 24 4 0 962. 1 4 ACCO BBB 3B 7 14 0 281 22 1 0 870 25 2 0 992,Lewmar V700 Vertical Winlass ref 65001022 iss 4 3. 3 2 V700 Specifications, MOTOR MOTOR WORKING LOAD MAX LINE TYPICAL LINE CIRCUIT. MAX PULL CURRENT WEIGHT,SUPPLY POWER LIMIT SPEED SPEED BREAKER. Voltage Watt kg lb kg lb m min ft min m min ft min Amp Amp kg lb. 12 320 320 700 79 175 25 82 15 50 45 35 6 5 14,3 3 Dimensions Diagram. 4 Installation,4 1 Basic requirements,Each installation requires the following tools. Windlass Installation,An appropriate marine sealant and the following. 9 5 mm 3 8 Drill,65 mm 2 1 2 Hole Saw,115 mm 4 1 2 Hole Saw. Wiring Installation,Crimping Pliers Wire Stripper,Suitable electrical cable and crimp terminals. 4 2 Accessories, Use only genuine Lewmar parts and accessories to ensure top performance and eliminate the risk of voiding your. warranty For replacement parts please see 9 or visit your dealer or www lewmar com. 4 3 Fitting the windlass to the deck, 1 If the deck is not fl at a suitable mounting pad may 4 3 1. be required to take up camber or sheer,Decks that are thin or of foam or balsa laminate. construction will require reinforcement in order to 76 mm. spread the loads that will be applied to the deck 3 inch Max. while the windlass is in use,The standard 8 mm 5 16 threaded mounting. studs supplied suit deck and packing thickness,of up to 76 mm 3 These are adequate for most. installations, 2 Place the windlass on the deck and decide upon 4 3 2. a position for it with reference to the vessel s,bow roller Fig 4 3 2 and the chain locker below. Rode lead from the roller should ideally be fed, horizontally back to the top of the gypsy and along. its centerline Fig 4 3 3, There must be sufficient vertical fall for the chain or. rope even with a full locker to draw the rode from. the gypsy when hauling in, 3 Place the mounting template on the deck or 4 3 3. mounting pad in the desired position for the,windlass and hold it in place using adhesive tape. NOTE Check the scale of the template matches, 4 Using a 10 mm 3 8 diameter drill make the three 4 3 4. holes for the mounting studs With a 65 mm 21 2,diameter hole saw make the hole for the rode to. pass throughwith a 115 mm 4 1 2 diameter hole,saw make a hole for the motor gearbox to pass. When all the holes have been made remove the,template To help avoid water absorption by the. deck apply an appropriate marine sealant to the,freshly cut hole edges. Lewmar V700 Vertical Winlass ref 65001022 iss 4 5,4 3 5 4 3 6. 5 Fully screw the three mounting studs into the base of the windlass This can be done quite simply using the. multi tool wrench supplied Screw the studs into the base finger tight with the flats towards the base as. shown Fig 4 3 5, 6 Next using the wrench on the flats tighten the studs until they bottom out in their holes. Do this to each of the studs in turn, 7 Place the base mat in position on the deck optionally 4 3 7. apply a suitable sealant to the base of the windlass. any mounting pad or around the studs, As a rule of thumb if the fl ats on the studs are visible. below deck the deck and or any packing is likely to be. too thin to offer adequate support when the windlass. is under load, NOTE If using silicone or other rubbery type sealant it. is advisable to allow curing of the sealant before final. tightening of the mounting nuts Trim the studs back to. 6 mm 1 4 below the fully tightened nuts,5 Electrical wiring. 5 1 Electric cable selection, Lewmar recommends the installer source and install cable that meets the requirements of the standards and. regulations relevant to the installation and codes of practice The cable table gives recommended cable sizes. based on total length of cable required from the battery following the route of the cables. Windlass performance is directly related to cable size and length Voltage drop over the complete wiring run. must not exceed 10,DO NOT confuse cable length,with the length of the vessel. CABLE SIZING FOR LENGTH OF CABLE RUN,0 10 m 0 33 ft 11 18 m 34 60 ft 19 24 m 61 80 ft. 10 mm2 8 AWG 16 mm2 6 AWG 25 mm2 4 AWG,5 2 Wiring, Plan the installation to suit the controls and give the operator a full view of the windlass The wiring system. should be of the fully insulated type which avoids possible electrolytic corrosion problems We recommend the. use of type III stranded tinned copper wire with copper crimp terminals Most modern installations are negative. return negative ground but polarity should be checked. Overload protection in the form of the circuit breaker fuse supplied must be built into the windlass wiring. NOTE The circuit breaker should be positioned close to the battery in a dry readily accessible place. The breaker must be manually reset should an overload occur that causes it to trip to the off position. If you are not sure you understand these guidelines seek professional help Ensure that the installation. complies with USCG ABYC NMMA or other local regulations. 5 3 Control switch installation, Follow the mounting instructions supplied with the switch. NOTE In a multi station installation all switches must be wired in a parallel circuit. Lewmar V700 Vertical Winlass ref 65001022 iss 4 7,Rear View on. Toggle Switch,0052519 35A Breaker Isolator,68000604 12 V. Battery to windlass windlass to battery,5 4 V700 Wiring diagram toggle switch. Choice of cable thickness depends on total cable length. Small red and black sleeved wires are sensor wires to chain counter if fitted. Hand Held Control,Guarded Rocker,Foot Switches Switch. 5 5 V700 Wiring diagram contactor,35 A Breaker Isolator. C 68000604,Contactor B,D 0052531 12 V, Small red and black sleeved wires are sensor wires to chain counter if fitted. Lewmar V700 Vertical Winlass ref 65001022 iss 4 9,6 Operation. 6 1 Operating tips, Vessels at anchor will snub on the rode and this can cause slippage or apply excessive loads to the windlass. 1 When anchoring power rode out allowing the vessel to take up stern away preventing the rode tangling with. anchor Use this method for mooring stern first to a jetty. 2 To aid recovery under power move vessel towards anchor but not over and beyond as this can cause damage. to topside, As anchor approaches the vessel use careful adjustments of controls to avoid damaging vessel. Scope As a guide it is recommended that the depth of chain to rope is 7 to 1 at anchor. The rode should be secured directly When retrieving anchor do. to a bollard sampson post or cleat and a not overload or stall in windlass. chain secured by a chain stopper,6 2 Use of clutch. To tighten the clutch using the clutch lever supplied rotate the gypsy drive cap 31 clockwise this will grip the. gypsy effectively locking it to the windlass geartrain. To slacken the clutch turn the gypsy drive cap anti clockwise this will free the gypsy allowing it to turn. independently of the windlass geartrain,Always remove the handle after use. 6 3 Letting go under gravity, Always check the fallsafe pawl 32 is disengaged from. the gypsy and held clear of it by the fallsafe lever 34. Insert the clutch lever into the gypsy drive cap 31 and turn. it clockwise to ensure that the clutch is tight Release any. independent anchor locks If it is safe to do so pull back on the. clutch lever until the anchor and rode begin to pay out Control. the rate of decent of the anchor by pushing the clutch lever. forwards When suffi cient rode has been paid out fully. tighten the gypsy drive cap once again, For maximum safety and to prevent damage the fallsafe. pawl MUST NOT be left to take the entire force from the. anchor rode while at anchor The rode should be made. fast directly to a bollard sampson post or cleat,6 4 Letting go under power. Release any independent anchor locks, If it is safe to do so let go under power by operating a Down control Release the control when sufficient rode. has been paid out,6 5 Lying to anchor safely, Vessels at anchor will snub on the rode and this can cause slippage or apply excessive loads to the windlass. Lewmar V700 Vertical Winlass ref 65001022 iss 4 11. 6 6 Hauling in,Untie the bridle or replace the rode in the gypsy. If it is safe to do so operate an Up control, The fallsafe pawl 32 does not need to be disengaged during retrieval as it will act as a ratchet When the. anchor has been retrieved and is stowed in the bow roller the fallsafe pawl should be left engaged in the gypsy. to prevent accidental deployment of the anchor whilst underway. REMEMBER The fallsafe pawl DOES need to be disengaged from the gypsy before the anchor can be let go. Having retrieved the anchor ensure it is independently secured to prevent its accidental release. 6 7 Manual recovery, Insert clutch lever supplied into gypsy drive cap 31 and turn clockwise to haul in the anchor. 6 8 Operating tips, When anchoring it is best to power the rode out allowing the vessel to take up stern way before full scope is let. out This helps prevent the rode from becoming tangled on top of your anchor on the seabed. To aid anchor recovery we recommend that the vessel s engine be used to assist by moving the vessel towards. the anchor We do not recommend that the vessel be motored over and beyond the anchor as this can cause the. rode to damage your topsides, As the anchor approaches the stemhead the last few feet of rode should be inched in by judicious use of. controls to avoid damage to the vessel, Having retrieved the anchor ensure the fallsafe pawl is engaged in the gypsy to lock it and prevent accidental. deployment of the anchor whilst underway, When mooring stern to at a suitable distance from the jetty deploy the anchor to prevent the bow from. swinging Gently pay out the rode under the infl uence of the stern way of the vessel as it approaches the jetty. Make fast your vessel with warps from the stern,6 9 Joining rope to chain. When splicing rope to chain select a length of chain that will. avoid having the splice positioned in the gypsy when the anchor. comes over the stemhead Furthermore ensure that the splice is. no tighter than the rope,A hard splice is not desired. With whipping twine or similar seize your rope 200 mm 8. from the rope s end and unlay the strands, Pass one strand through the chain link from one side and the. other two strands from the opposite side Remove seizing and. complete a back splice in the normal manner for four full tucks. With a hot knife pare down the three strands by one half of. their diameter and continue with two further tucks. With a hot knife carefully melt the ends back into the line. Because of wide variations in rope type and construction some. experimentation may be required, Whip the line with permanent whipping at the beginning of the. The method of joining illustrated is designed to minimize. chafe between the rope and chain but as a matter of prudent. seamanship the splice should be checked regularly and remade. if there is any evidence of wear, 7 Servicing WARNING Ensure rode is WARNING Isolate the windlass. adequately secured to an using circuit breaker isolator. independent strong point,7 1 Servicing schedule,Regularly Annually. Wash down the windlass using fresh water Check electric cables for damage Repair renew as. Examine all electrical connections for corrosion required. clean and lightly grease Strip the above deck components clean and lightly. Check anchor locker drain to avoid water damage to grease. motor gearbox Check motor gearbox for corrosion clean and. If anchor locker fills with water check motor is dry repaint with a suitable marine grade oil based. and free of rust enamel paint, Check anchor rode splice for wear Remove electric motor cover and blow dust away. from brushes using foot pump or similar taking care. Check gypsy as it is a high wear item and will last not to breathe any dust. longer if properly used When re assembling the,cone and gypsy add a small smear of grease to the. contact surfaces,Check mounting studs after first two or three. recoveries and regularly thereafter,7 2 Gypsy replacement service. Remove the Gypsy Drive Cap 31 anti clockwise using the clutch operating lever. Withdraw the Drive washer 21, Remove the Socket Head Cap Screw 40 that retains the Stripper using a 5mm Allen Wrench. Pull the Control Arm 30 back to clear the Gypsy,Remove the Gypsy Assembly 37. To replace the Gypsy reverse the above procedure,7 3 Control arm replacement. This should be carried out with the Gypsy 37 removed as detailed above. To remove the Control Arm 30 unscrew the Control Arm Shoulder Screw 24 using a 4 mm Allen Wrench. and remove screw, Remove the Control Arm 30 and Torsion 12 Spring from the base plate. To replace the Control Arm reverse the above procedure. 7 4 Main shaft lubrication, Note The geartrain and its bearings have been lubricated for you with SFG 100 grease and should require no. regular attention SFG is a white synthetic grease containing PTFE Use grease of a similar specification. throughout, It is recommended that the external Drive Shaft components be stripped cleaned and re greased at least. To do this the Gypsy Assembly 37 should be removed as detailed above. Inspect the Main Shaft 20 and Gypsy 37 for damage before reassembly. 7 5 Fall safe pawl replacement, This should be carried out with the Gypsy 37 removed as detailed above. Turn the fall safe lever 34 so it is horizontal, Remove fall safe shoulder screw 35 using allen wrench. Lift off fall safe pawl 32 Remove fall safe spring 36. Lewmar V700 Vertical Winlass ref 65001022 iss 4 13. Replace new part by reversing the above procedure,7 6 Fall safe lever replacement. Turn fall safe lever 34 so it is horizontal,Remove socket screw 6 using allen wrench. Remove fall safe lever 34,To refi t use thread lock on the socket screw 6. Screw down screw 6 finger tight and leave to cure before operating fall safe lever 34. 8 Trouble shooting,8 1 Electric windlass, 1 Anchor rode pays out independently while windlass is not in use. This problem is a result of not securing the anchor rode combined with the gypsy drive cap being slack Tighten. the gypsy drive cap using the winch handle and always secure the anchor rode independently of the windlass. when not in use,2 Failure to operate or sluggish operation. The majority of these problems are electrical in nature It is essential that the proper voltage be maintained. The proper voltage on a 12 Volt system is 13 5 Volts 24 Volt system is 26 5 Volts constant low voltage will. damage motor, Ensure electrical cable size is large enough to handle the current draw and keep voltage drop within. acceptable limits, Check control switches connections battery condition isolator switch fuse and motor for operation failure. Failure to Operate Troubleshoot Chart Reversing Toggle Control Switch Part No 0052519. Is there voltage at the input terminal positive to the. If no voltage is present the battery isolation switch. control switch, is OFF the breaker is tripped or a fuse has blown The. YES NO battery may also have been dead or disconnected. Check voltage at the output terminals of the control. switch with the switch on forward then reverse, Is there voltage at either output terminal for forward. then reverse,YES NO Control switch is defective,Replace motor. Sluggish Operation Troubleshoot Chart,Is windlass overloaded. YES NO Ease the load and ensure the battery is well charged. Check the voltage across the motor leads with the,There is a severe voltage drop in the circuit. windlass on Proper voltage is 13 5 V Constant low, voltage will destroy the motor Check for undersized cables poor connections or. corroded connections Also check for resistance,Is the voltage low Below 11 0 V on a 12 V system. across the battery isolation switch or solenoid Feel. YES NO them to see if they are heating up,Is the voltage correct. Above 11 0 V and anchor is not fouled,YES The motor is defective Replace the motor. 31 22 15 1 10,9 Part list,4 13 11 7 5 12 24 30 27 25. Lewmar V700 Vertical Winlass ref 65001022 iss 4 15.
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