Complete instrumentation system package for one engine. Premium Double Double display package also available.
Base kit includes 15 ft. engine-to-display (40-pin interface) with 3-position key switch & one full color display. Other options also available. System is compatible with Cummins Electronic QSB 5.9 / 6.7, QSC 8.3, QSL 9, & QSM 11 (SmartCraft Only). SMX display units are built & tested in-house per customer specification. Typical lead time is 1 week ARO.
The main menu can be accessed by pressing and holding the far right button (key 5).
Reset Trip Information
First gain access to the main menu by pressing and holding the far right button (key 5). Then navigate to SYSTEM CONFIGURATION > TRIP RESET
Setup PORT & STBD Engine Data for NMEA 2000
First gain access to the main menu by pressing and holding the far right button (key 5). Then navigate to SYSTEM CONFIGURATION > ENGINE ID and set the PORT engine to PORT or SGL and the STBD engine to STARBOARD. This will force the engine data to flow to the NMEA bus properly as P&S engine data.
Base kit includes 15 ft. engine-to-display (40-pin interface) harness with 3-position key switch. The SMX SeaView has a 3.5″ color display with fully integrated input and output features and is part of the new generation of compact, flexible, SuperBright daylight viewing, rugged J1939 displays from Seaboard Marine.
Seaboard also offers dual station configuration options. Contact us for more info.
With seven analog inputs available, four relay outputs combined with three digital inputs and two CAN input connections plus a USB port the SMX SeaView™ allows for feature-rich maximum functionality.
The SuperBright display is fully sunlight viewable, the unit is totally sealed and is extremely durable against the harsh marine enviroment. TheSMX SeaView™ monitor is equipped to meet the challenge of providing tough, flexible, maintenance free instrumentation in even the very harshest of environments.
Overall panel dimensions: 3.75″ x 3.75″ x 1″
The SMX SeaView digital displays have 100% full audio/visual alarming capability. In addition, an external lead can be used that will close an external alarming circuit allowing for the use of externally driven alarm devices such as buzzers, lamps, ect. This will allow the operator to trigger an external existing alarm circuit when the SeaView experiences a engine/gear fault event. For example, if a vessel is already configured with a flow alarm and/or thermal sensing alarm circuit which is indicated by a buzzer/light at the dash, the SeaView alarm output wire can be “tied” into that circuit to indicate an alarm on BOTH the SeaView device and the external buzzer/light circuit. The lead that drives an external alarm is located on PIN 3 of the grey “A” connector on the back of the display unit. This lead will close to ground when an alarm is experienced. If using a 5-pin Bosch style relay, wire one end of the coil to switched 12V+, and use the external alarm lead as the coil NEG. All alarms are saved in the devices alarm panel and can be referenced at a later date.
NMEA Gateway Capabilities
The SMX DigitalView™ Mechanical Engine Digital Display can be fully integrated with robust NMEA 2000 input and output (I/O) features that will allow you to fully display engine operating parameters on your exisiting NMEA 2000 compatible devices such as plotters, GPS, and more.
Available Display Parameters
Engine Oil Pressure
Turbo Boost Pressure
Intake Manifold (IMT)
Throttle Position (%)
Trip Engine Hours
Optional Display Parameters
The main difference between the SmartCraft version 1.0 and the 2.X is the following features:
SmartCraft 2.X Version
NO Power Studs located on the side of the engine
NO Black SIM Module located on the aftercooler side of the engine
There will be an available 4-PIN ECM Power Connection next to the on-engine ECM connections
SmartCraft 1.0 Version
There will be two (POS/NEG) power studs on the side of the engine next to the ECM module
There will be a small black Motorola SIM module next to the ECM
There will NOT be an available 4-PIN ECM Power Connection