Wanted: System Monitor Panel

Discussion in 'General Parts Classifieds - No Boats' started by Jacob, May 13, 2008.

  1. Jacob

    Jacob New Member

    228
    Sep 30, 2007
    Vancouver Island
    1998 Bayliner 4788 (sold).
    1999 Sea Ray 480 DB (sold)
    2005 Grady-White Marlin 300
    Yamaha F250's
    I need a system monitor panel for a 1999 480 DB. This panel is black, with an outline of a boat and with red led indicators, as follows:

    [​IMG]

    I have contacted the manufacturer and they no longer produce this unit.

    Jacob
     

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  2. Four Suns

    Four Suns Head Pot Stirrer TECHNICAL Contributor

    Oct 4, 2006
    Williamsburg, VA
    2003 480 DB
    Zodiac ProJet Dinghy
    Yamaha 110vx WaveRunner
    QSM-11 Diesels
    What is wrong with that one?
     
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  3. fc3

    fc3 New Member TECHNICAL Contributor

    Nov 12, 2006
    Northern NJ
    1999 Sea Ray 330DA
    Twin 7.4 MPI (310 propshaft HP) V-drives
    Twin Mercury Marine marinized 7.4L L-29 V8s
    Cast iron block w 4-bolt mains
    4.25x4.00 bore & stroke
    Does the manufacturer have any tech data? These things are pretty simple and it should be repairable.

    Best regards,
    Frank
     
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  4. Jacob

    Jacob New Member

    228
    Sep 30, 2007
    Vancouver Island
    1998 Bayliner 4788 (sold).
    1999 Sea Ray 480 DB (sold)
    2005 Grady-White Marlin 300
    Yamaha F250's
    The panel in the photo was sent to the manufacturer. They confirmed it was dead, and non repairable, as the units are potted (components sealed in expoxy). They will not supply a schematic as this is a Sea Ray signature part, albeit obsolete and unavailable from any dealer.
     
  5. Sublimetime

    Sublimetime Member

    377
    Oct 22, 2007
    clifton nj
    420 da
    454
    I have the same panel on my 89 390ec. This panel was used for a lot of years and alot of models.
     
  6. capz

    capz New Member

    336
    Mar 11, 2007
    Quincy, MA
    Sea Ray 270DA, Garmin 545s
    Merc 7.4L Bravo III
    Try these guys. They have tons of misc parts. Click Sea Ray on the left. I'm sure they have more than what's on the site.

    http://www.fpmarine.com/
     
  7. fc3

    fc3 New Member TECHNICAL Contributor

    Nov 12, 2006
    Northern NJ
    1999 Sea Ray 330DA
    Twin 7.4 MPI (310 propshaft HP) V-drives
    Twin Mercury Marine marinized 7.4L L-29 V8s
    Cast iron block w 4-bolt mains
    4.25x4.00 bore & stroke
    bastards.

    On the other hand, it's just a couple of transistor switches for isolation. If I remember correctly, the thing doesn't measure voltages for temp or oil pressure, it has switch closure sensors that are redundant with the resistance senders for the gauges. You should be able to throw something together with nothing more than a few LEDs, current limiting resistors and a voltage regulator. It's not much more than a simple kid's project.

    Best regards,
    Frank C
     
    Last edited: May 13, 2008
  8. LLTINC

    LLTINC New Member

    3
    Aug 15, 2008
    Jacob,

    I already sent you a private message. for those of you who have this board, my company Logic Level Technologies, Inc. now repairs this obsolete board. Sea Ray is also aware of this and has contacted all service reps. of this. You can check out our company at "logicleveltech.com"

    updating to Sea Ray's LCD system monitor display is some what costly, approx. $2500.00 and the newer LCD display is smaller than the cut out hole for the LED display.

    As a former Sea Ray owner im glad to help anyone out with this issue.
     
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  9. osd9

    osd9 New Member

    Oct 3, 2006
    MidAtlantic
    2003 410DA
    Caterpillar 3126-TA w/ ZF 80-IV
    LLTINC:

    I threw you some green ....:thumbsup:


    You didn't come here advertising, but istead, you responded with a solution to a guy with a problem.

    I think some one else here way back had the same issue, but I don't remember now....
     
  10. LLTINC

    LLTINC New Member

    3
    Aug 15, 2008
    I don't remember his user name but it's probably the same guy who originally contacted me locally asking if i'd help him out, I suppose I was his last resort after exhausting all other efforts....again...as a former sea ray owner I decided to take a look at the boad for him, not only did I repair his board but also repaired the spare board he had that didn't sound the alarm. this board has a CMOS chip on it which means it's static sensitive, his boat was not hit by lightening but I guess the energy in the area from a lightening storm was enuf to damage the board.
     
  11. Jacob

    Jacob New Member

    228
    Sep 30, 2007
    Vancouver Island
    1998 Bayliner 4788 (sold).
    1999 Sea Ray 480 DB (sold)
    2005 Grady-White Marlin 300
    Yamaha F250's
    I plan to send my dead panel to LLTINC for repair. He will do what Sea Ray & its suppliers are unable/unwilling to do.

    I'm sure there are many Sea ray owners with late 90's boats with the same problem. Hats off to LLTINC.

    Jacob
     
  12. wileecoyote

    wileecoyote Member TECHNICAL Contributor

    949
    Oct 18, 2008
    Southern MD/ Potomac river
    1989 340 EC
    7.4LX2 Hurth 630A Drives
    6.5Kw QS Genny
    Frank, heres what the PO left me:
    [​IMG]


    What would you suggest needs to be done? If I could make a plate up and insert LEDs, I would only need to find out what kind of cable plugged into the fuse block board.
     
  13. dbmathison

    dbmathison New Member

    3
    Mar 27, 2015
    Middle River, MD USA
    1991 420 Sundancer
    2x Cummins 315hp
    WOW ... I know this is a long shot as the thread is over 6 years old. But this Systems Monitor board is IDENTICAL to mine with the blown resistor. My boat is a 1991 420 Sundancer. Any thoughts on where to send it? Get a replacement? The blow resistor value? Any help at al greatly appreciated.

    David
     
    Last edited: Jul 10, 2015
  14. Ray Chandler

    Ray Chandler New Member

    7
    Oct 29, 2017
    Orlando
    2003 380 Sundancer
    8.1 Mercruiser Horizons
    Hi do you still do this work. I have the lcd display version of this panel in my 03 sea ray. The device works but the lcd is faded out
     

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