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SIDE-POWER

Stabilizer Systems

Design and installation planning guide


SPS 55/66/92/93 actuators with
vector fins

US Patent US9527556
Patent pending: PCT/NO2013/050067

*) typically 20-30%
in cruising/40-50%
at anchor with
same size, inside
space and power
STANDARD VECTOR consumption

FINS FINSTM
**)
typically 30-35%
in crusing/45-55%
at anchor with
same stabilization
force and power
consumtion

Force arm
Fin force
Horizontal force
component
Vertical force
component
INTRODUCTION
Introduction
This guide is made as a quick introduction and reference guide for designers and engineers with a good basic
knowledge and understanding of boat building and good engineering practice. It does not cover all issues in all
detail, and the complete installation manual contain more detailed information and should always be consulted
for some details.

Stabilizer functions
The fin stabilizers function is to reduce the roll of the boat, and how efficiently they can do this will depend on
several factors.
This guide contain the major considerations om positioning the stabilizers for the efficiency, especially as relates
to the revolutionary Vector Fin stabilizers that have some different priorities and features than traditional
straight fin stabilizers.

Installation planning
Please follow this general guide and the installation manual for steps to prepare and plan your design and instal-
lation process:

Find the best possible position of the fins based on the information provided in the sections about:
Safety and General precautions
Measurements
Please note the very flexible installation methods possible including off-set angle installation
possible with Side-Power stabilizers as this might enable installation in positions more suited and
efficient than possible with some other brands or types of fin stabilizers.
Fin & actuator positioning
MAKE SURE to have reasonably easy service access
Hull forces
Ensure that it is space to do the reinforcement of the hull if necessary

Plan the installation of the hydraulic parts including hose / pipe runs based on the information provided in the
sections:
Basic hydraulic installation
AC power pack
Noise considerations
Principle hydraulic diagram

Plan the installation of the electrical parts including the control panel and wiring runs based on the information
in the sections:
Power supply
S-link wiring
Control panel installation

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Typical component layout in the boat
- standalone stabilizer system.
A typical installation in a 75s size flybridge / fast cruiser will look
something like this:

1 The actuators normally fit in the aft end of the living area, usually
the owners stateroom or bathroom & wardrobe.
This is where you can fit them with minor modifications to the interi-
or, if any, by the SPS models being so compact and low. The actuators
are also quiet so no problem to have in living space beneath the floor
or furniture. See more detailed positioning recomendation later.

2 The proportional Fin valves (one for each actuator) makes some For illustration
noise and should be placed outside of living space, in sound proofed
area.
If mounted onto the bulkead towards living space, which is a typical
position - make sure to mount on dampening material so no structural
borne noise reach living space.

3 The electrohydraulic powerpack with tank, filtration and cooling is


normally placed in the engine room. It can be placed really anywhere, but
if an engine/gearbox driven pump for cruising without the generator run- 1 1
ning is fitted, ensure that the top oil level is higher than the position of the
engine/gearbox pump.
The air cooled powerpack should only be used if installed in spaces that stay
6
below 50oC at all times (i.e. not engine rooms) and have decent ventilation. 2 2

4 The controller / driver for the powerpack should be located


relatively close to the powerpack (not essential, but easier). There-
by, often fitted above the powerpack/tank on a wall.
This contains a high voltage VFD so it should be placed to ensure to
be dry at all times (i.e. not just below the opening of the aft deck 5
hatch or similar) 4 3

5 The DC 24V electric cooling water pump, if fitted, is typically


installed in an easily accesible and identified position (because it Starboard and
often needs venting after the boat has been on land) well below the port side
waterline - close to the powerpack. shows components
close to scale for a
75 boat.
6 The main ECU with sensors should be placed on a bulkhead -
central in the boat is best - but not essential.
Can be facing forward or aft - need to tell the system which during
setup. Avoid fitting to structures that have a lot of engine vibra-
tions.

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KEY COMPONENTS
Actuators (2) Actuator Valve SPS66-92-93
Unit. Manual operated
The valve have multiple functions: decouple valve

1. Combiner for the cylinder hoses


2. Electric operated decouple valve
3. Manual operated decouple valve

Manual operation:
- Unlock valve by turning the lock nut anti-
Electric operated
clockwise (19mm spanner) decouple valve
- Open the valve by turning the adjustment SPS55
anti-clockwise (1/4 Allen key)
Fins are now free and can be move manually
to required position. SPS55 Actuator
Valve Unit:
Hose Connection: Electric operated
If required, the electrical operated decouple decouple valve and
Manual operated
valve coil can be removed during hose installa- decouple valve.
tion for better access to the hose fittings. (Approx. 1,6kg)

Fin Valve Units (2).


The Fin Valve units are the proportional valves control-
ling the fins/actuators. They should principally be fitted
as close to the fins as possible, but also outside of living
space in the boat as they will cause a little noise.
It is also beneficial to fit the valve units onto a damp-
ening material to avoid the frequency of the nosie go
directly into the boat structures.
If fitted more that 2,5m from the actuators, hard piping
or very rigid hoses must be used for the majority of the
pressure lines run to avoid spungy actuator move-
ments. (Soft hoses expand in diameter/volume varying
with pressure which must be avoided)

Hydraulic tank and powerpack


There are many different ways to do the hydraulic powering both for cruising and / or cruising and AnySpeed (at
anchor) stabilization. However, there are two most common ways, as the vast majority of leisure craft today choose
to have also AnySpeed stabilization.
These two different ways are then principally decided by if there are hydraulic
thrusters or not in the boat. With hydraulic thrusters, the tank needs to be
larger due to the high flow required by thrusters.
In a stand-alone stabilizer installation without thrusters, most prefer to have a
secondary power source in addition to the AC from the generator, which in
this case a single engine/gearbox driven pump can be fitted. If this is not pos-
sible, an Inverter that provides AC power for the AC motor can be mounted.
This will normally cause reduced capacity, which is OK because the fins do not
move as much in cruising as in at anchor.
There is a water cooled (24V water pump included) that is typically fitted in
the engine room, but also an aircooled version available, if there is a seperate
colder place to install (max ambient temperature at any time, 50oC).

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MEASUREMENTS SPS55
(SM-108230)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1/1 1 1:4 A2 N/A 140672
Sheet Edition Scale Size Weight Part nr
SLEIPNERMOTORAS
A SPS55 A
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Tolerance NS-ISO 2768-1 Drawing nr Date Material Type Designed by

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convenient radial 360 position in the hull.
F F
Fin actuator assembly may be installed in any
E
429
Stabilizer Systems

510 (+ fittings in both ends)

B B

because of510hydraulic
Minimum of extra 60mm clearance
B
152

E
A E
201

(+ fittings in fittings
C
C
8 7 6 5 4 3 2
F 1
C

both ends)both sides


550

D
F
EXACT HULL THICKNESS!
SIDE-POWER D
Stabilizer Systems
when inside is finished it must be absolutely flat
and average paralell to outside hull: Thickness 510 (+ fittings in both ends)

49mm(+0 / -3mm tolerance) remember to leave


room for some sealant
D D
510 (+ fittings in both ends)

550
152

E
201

C C

201
E E

Actuator: SPS55

152
550

D
B B

A (mm): 201 510 (+ fittings in both ends) 360 o


B (mm): Stabilizer Systems 152
429
Fin actuator assembly may be installed in any
C (mm): 49
F SIDE-POWER F

convenient radial 360 position in the hull.


510 (+ fittings in both ends)

C
D (mm):1 2 550 3 4 5
Designed by

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Material Type

Title
Date

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Drawing nr Tolerance NS-ISO 2768-1

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A SPS55 A
E (mm): 429 SLEIPNERMOTORAS
Part nr Weight Size Scale Edition Sheet

8 F (mm): 7 6 510 (+ 60mmx2) 5 4


(SM-108230)
3
140672
2
N/A A2 1:4
1
1 1/1

Shaft (mm): 64
B
Weight* (kg) 100
*Complete actuator assembly, per side

429
Fin actuator assembly may be installed in any convenient
360oinposition
Fin actuator assembly may be installed in any
convenient radial radial
360 position the hull. in the hull.
Designed by Material Type Date Drawing nr Tolerance NS-ISO 2768-1

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6 A 5 4 3 2 1 SPS55

SLEIPNERMOTORAS
SIDE-POWER
Part nr Weight Size Scale Edition Sheet

6 5 4 3 2 1 140672 N/A A2 1:4 1 1/1


8 7 6 5 Stabilizer Sysytems 4 3 2 1
D (SM-108230)

SIDE-POWER
1269 Stabilizer Sysytems
D D
932,04 A
D 1269
Vector fin: VF650 VF800 VF1050
932,04 A
D
Size (m ): 2
0,65 0,80 1,05
C
A (mm): 1271 1395 1618
663

B
C
B (mm): C
661 733 847
C (mm): 337 337 429
663

D (mm): 912 1035 1186


336 Fins have zeroB weight in water
C US Patent US9527556
B 336 Patent pending: PCT/NO2013/050067
B
C

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SLEIPNERMOTORAS SPS55 VF800 BBnr
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Part nr Weight Size Scale Edition Sheet
A Copyright All rights reserved Title 1: A
140536 Komplett
N/A A3 VF800 BB vinge 1 1/1
8,33
6 5 4 3 2 1
495
F

750
I

MEASUREMENTS SPS66-92-93 D

Fin actuator assembly may be installed


in any convenient radial 360 posision in the hull.
8 7 6 5 4
C C

248 526
B
191

B
E
E GG HH

141
AA
269

B B

C
C
70

175

DD Designed by Material Type Date Drawing nr Tolerance NS-ISO 2768-1

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Assembly SPS65-F1050
A A
F II

495
when inside is finished it must be absolutely flat F

750
SLEIPNERMOTORAS SPS65-F1050
and average paralell to outside hull: Thickness Part nr Weight
315,149
Size Scale
1: Edition Sheet
140500 A2 1 1/1
D kg 4,35
8 70mm/90mm**(+0
7 / -3mm tolerance)
6 remem- 5 4 3
(SM-108227)
2 1
ber to leave room for some sealant

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

SIDE-POWER F
Stabilizer Systems
C

Actuator: 248 SPS66 526 SPS92 SPS93


G H

A (mm): 260 340 346


191

B
E

141
B (mm): 190 250 260
269

A E

B
C (mm): 70** 90** 90* C
70

D (mm): 175 235 235


F E (mm): 146 171 172
495

175
750

F (mm): 495 600 600


D
360 o D

A
G (mm): 247,5 300 300
H (mm): 521 550 571 8 7
Fin actuator 6assembly may be in-
5 4
Fin actuator assembly may be installed o
I (mm): 650 700 700 stalled
in in any radial
any convenient convenient radial
360 posision 360
in the hull.

Shaft (mm): 65 90 90 position in the hull. C

Weight* (kg) 105 180 183


*Complete actuator assembly, per side
191

B
E
141
269

A
B
6 5 4 3 2 1
C
70

6 5 4 3 SIDE-POWER
2 1
Stabilizer Sysytems
D 175 D

D SIDE-POWER
1269 Stabilizer Sysytems
D Designed by D Material Type Date Drawing nr Tolerance NS-ISO 2768-1

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Vector fin: VF1050 VF1350 VF1650


Copyright All rights reserved Title
D 1269
Assembly SPS65-F1050 A

A SLEIPNERMOTORAS SPS65-F1050
932,04 Part nr Weight Size Scale Edition Sheet
315,149 1:
D 140500 kg A2
4,35
1 1/1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
(SM-108227)

C
Size (m ): 2
C
1,05 1.35 1.65
A (mm): 1618 1835 2081
663

C B C

B (mm): 847 956,5 1054,1


663

B
C (mm): 429 485 533
D (mm): 1186 1345 1481
B 336 B
C
Fins have zero weight in water
B 336
US Patent US9527556 B
Patent pending: PCT/NO2013/050067
C

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Komplett VF800 BB vinge A
INSTALLATION MEASUREMENTS

Important
8
Notice
7
! 6 5 4

F Ensure that all equipment with physical functions (actuators, valves, electrical &
hydraulic connection points) are installed so that you allow space in the boat after
reasonable dismantling
248 of other parts or interior
526 / furniture (fit service hatch or
similar) for service access
G as per the followingHillustrations to get ample room for
maintenance and any necessary service or repairs.
This is the installer / boatbuilders full responsibility.
E

ACTUATORS
The actuators normally fit in the aft end of the living area, usually the owners stateroom or bath-
room & wardrobe.This is where you can fit them with minor modifications to the interior, if any, by
495

750
the SPS models being so compact and low. The actuators are also quiet so no Iproblem to have in
D living space beneath the floor or furniture. See more detailed positioning recomendation later.
After minimal dismounting of furniture / floors DO NOT GLUE together any furniture that
must be removed for service / potential repair access !

Min 70 mm
191

B
E
141
269

A
B
C
70

175
D

8 7 6 5 4

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INSTALLATION MEASUREMENTS
POWERPACK for standalone installations.
The powerpack is designed to have all connections in only two directions (as seen)
so it can be placed into a corner. Especially the end parts with the valveblock must
be accesible at all times.

7 6 5 4 3 2 1

H
H

W
W
LL
B

NS-ISO 2768-1
Over t.o.m. f m c v
0,5 3 0,05 0,1 0,2 -
Powerpack: 10 4435xx 10 4450xx
3 6 0,05 0,1 10 4455xx
0,3 0,5 Designed by
10 44110xx Material Type
10 44150xx
Date Drawing nr Tolerance NS-ISO 2768-1
6 30 0,1 0,2 0,5 1 olekr 02.11.2015 powerpack_104450
30 120 0,15 0,3 0,8 1,5 Copyright All rights reserved Title
T25 powerpack for SPS55 A
120 400 0,2 0,5 1,2 2,5
Output (kw) 3,5 4,6
400 1000 0,3
1000 2000 0,5
0,8
1,2
2
3
5,5 4
6
SLEIPNERMOTORAS 11 Part nr
15
For VF800 - 5kw, water cooled
Weight Size Scale Edition Sheet

2000 4000 - 2 4 8
Weight
7 (kg/lbs) 6 111/245
5 116/256
4 135/2983 N/A* 10 4450A-W
2 N/A*
64.577 kg A2
1
1 1/1

L (mm) 726 726 780 1060* 1060*


W(mm) 432 432 465 480* 480*
H (mm) 762 756 790 890* 1010*
Generator load (kVA) 4,6 6 7 14,9 19,4
Actuator SPS55 SPS55 SPS66 SPS9x SPS9x
*Preliminary
measurements

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INSTALLATION MEASUREMENTS
FIN VALVE UNIT
The proportional valves (one for each actuator) make some noise and should be placed outside of
living space, in sound proofed area.
If mounted onto the bulkead towards living space, which is a typical position - make sure to mount
on dampening material so no structural borne noise reach living space.

6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 1

D
232,91

232,91

H
C

205,60 L
205,60 W
98,00 98,00

A
Fin Valve Unit: Designed by Designed
Checked by
by
321226A
Approved
Checked
by by Date
321221A
Approved by Date
Date D

olekr olekr 18.03.2015 1

Weight (kg/lbs) 14,5/31,9 6,6/14,55 Edition

6
L (mm)
6 5 5 4 4 3 3
306 2 206
2 1
W(mm) 86 98
H (mm) 295 233
Actuator SPS90-93 SPS55-66

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6 5 4 3
INSTALLATION MEASUREMENTS
VFD
D The VFD is NOT waterproof so it must be fitted in a securely dry position. Ensure EASY access
at ALL TIMES, as some potential alarms might have to be re-set directly at the VFD.

C
469,00

L
125,00 W
222,00

VFD: ACS550-01- ACS550-01- ACS550-01- ACS550-01- ACS550-01-


031A-2 046A-2 075A-2 114A-2 031A-4
A Designed by

olekr
Weight (kg/lbs) 9/19,9 16/35,3 24/52,9 24/52,9 16/35,3
L (mm) 125 203 203 203 203
W(mm) 222 231 262 262 231
H (mm)
6 469 5 583 689 4 689 583 3
Actuator SPS55/VF650 SPS55/VF800 SPS92/VF1350 SPS93/VF1650 SPS90/VF1350
+ 3-fas/400V
SPS66/VF1050 +
SPS90/VF1650
3-fas/400V

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INSTALLATION MEASUREMENTS
4 3 2 1
6 5 4

COOLING PUMP
The DC 24V and hydraulic cooling water pump, if fitted, is typically installed
D in an easily ac-
D
cesible and identified position (because it often needs venting after the boat has been on land)
well below the waterline - close to the powerpack.

DC

C
C

H
273,80

6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 1

B
B

L
150,50
W
152,80

HYDRAULIC

Designed by Checked by Approved by Date Date


A
olekr A 23.03.2015

Edition Sheet
1/1
4 3 2 1
6 5 4
H
209,25

209,25

147,87 L
147,87 W
144,82 144,82

Cooling Pumps: DC -24V HYDRAULIC

Weight (kg/lbs) 8,2/18,1 5,4/11,9


L (mm) 150 148
W(mm) 152 145
H (mm) Designed by Checked by
Designed by
274
Approved by Checked byDate
209 Date
Approved by Date

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INSTALLATION MEASUREMENTS
6 5 4 3 2

CONTROLLER AND DRIVER FOR POWEPACK


The controllerD / driver for the electrohydraulic powerpack is an electric / electronic compo-
nent with both DC- control and AC power. The controller / driver should be located rela-
tively close to the powerpack (not essential, but easier). Thereby, often fitted above the power-
pack/tank on a wall.

C
180,00

L
255,00
W
100,00
B
Controller 73815

L (mm) 255
W(mm) 100
H (mm) 180

6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 2Checked by 1 1
A Designed by Approved by Date D

ECU
olekr 2

D The main
D ECU with sensors should be placed on a bulkhead - central in the boat is best - but D
6 5
not essential. Can be facing forward or aft - remember4 to tell the system3 which position during
2

setup. Avoid fitting to structures that have a lot of engine vibrations.

C C C
256,28

256,28

B B B

260,00 L
260,00 W
129,00 129,00

ECU 321300

Weight (kg/lbs) 1,5/3,3


A L (mm)A Designed by Checked by by
Designed ApprovedChecked
by by Date
Approved by DateDate 260 Date
A
olekr olekr 23.03.2015 23.03.2015

W(mm) 129
Edition Sheet Edition Sheet

H (mm) 2561 / 1 1/1


6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1

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HYDRAULIC INSTALLATION
PRINCIPLE SYSTEM WITH HY-
DRAULIC THRUSTERS
This ia an example of how to combine Hy-
draulic Thrusters and Stabilizers. The extra
components can be delivered with an System
Rack were most necessary components are
included. Combining Hydraulic Thrusters
and Stabilizers will generate a larger oil tank,
pumps and AC/generator motor etc. Which
System Rack to choose will depend on boat
size, Stabilizers size and Thruster power.

Optional
Standalone
System Rack
w/AC motor
or generator FOR MORE DETAILS SEE HYDRAULIC
and valves
SYSTEM MANUAL
included

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H H
DC Power Supply
24V/15A
Control Panel GPS Antenna
#AS-GR50
#321720 Xx is substituted by
Main Power length. Complete part
G Switch G
number example:
Junction Box 321701-5m

Available cable lenghts:


#321703-xx
321701 1m,3m,5m,7m,10m
F #321704-xx F
321702 3m,5m,7m,10m

AUX terminal box 321703 10m,15m,20m


#321710 321704 15m,20m
PRINCIPLE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

ECU #321300

E E

S-link
D D
PORT Encoder #321098B STBD Encoder #321098B

#321702-xx #321702-xx

C C
#321701-xx #321701-xx
#321700B #321700B

<DECOUPLE <DECOUPLE
Valve VALVE> VALVE> Valve
Terminal Actuator Actuator Terminal
B Combiner Combiner STBD B
Block Block
PORT
TITLE Sleipner Motor AS
Stablilizer Wiring Diagram P.O. Box 519
DRAWN BY DRAWING REVISION N-1612 Fredrikstad
Norway
SV SV-003-SY-025 4 Tel: +47 69 30 00 60
SIDE-POWER
A A
DRAWN DATE APPROVED BY APPROVED DATE REVISED DATE PAGE

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Example of S-Link wiring with Stabilizers Wiring of S-link system

and DC PRO Thrusters. Explaining S-link Example of wiring


S-link is a CanBus based control system
with full intelligent communication
Wiring of S-link system
between all units in the system, much like

You need: a computer network.

Control
panel
Explaining S-link Example of wiring
Main advantages include: S-link is a CanBus based control system

2 x 6 1327 End terminators -

-
Round, compact and waterproof plugs with
unique keying to avoid faulty hookup
Unlimited number of commands or information
with full intelligent communication
between all units in the system, much like
a computer network.
transfer on a single cable

9 x 6 1326 T-connectors - Proprietary Sleipner commands, but built 100% Bow Automatic Main advantages
Power include: Control

supply
Power
Example of wiring
- Round, compact and waterproof plugs with
on NMEA 2000 standard thruster mainswitch supply panel
unique keying to avoid faulty hookup
- Unlimited number of commands or information

1 x 6 1328 Power spur S-link cable parts


-
transfer on a single cable
Proprietary Sleipner commands, but built 100% Bow Automatic Pow

delivered in the length of 2,5m


on NMEA 2000 standard thruster mainswitch sup

Power cable (spur)


Wiring of S-link system

Must be one in each system,


Backbone cables

Must be one for each spur,


including the power cable

Must be one in each end


8 x 6 1320-xxM Backbone cables Power cable (spur)

End terminator
of the backbone loop
Forms the main loop around the boat

mainswitch
Automatic
Part #: 6 1320-xxM (xx=length)

T-connector
Must be one in each system,
0,2 m delivered in the length of 2,5m S-link cable parts

Part #: 6 1328

Part #: 6 1326

Part #: 6 1327
2,0 m Part #: 6 1328 Backbone cables
4,0 m Forms the main loop around the boat Power cable (spur)

8 x 6 1321-xxM Spur cables

S-link cable parts


Part #: 6 1320-xxM (xx=length) Must be one in each system,
7,0 m
T-connector 0,2 m delivered in the length of 2,5m
5,0 m
15,0 m 2,0 m
3,0 m
Part #: 6 1328
20,0 m
Part #: 6 1327
Must be one for each spur, 4,0 m
1,0 m
7,0 m
of the backbone loop
including the power cable
0,4 m
T-connector
Must be one in each end
15,0 m
Part #: 6 1321-xxM (xx=length)
Part #: 6 1326
Spur cables
End terminator
20,0 m
exeptions), recommended to be as short as practically possible
Must be one for each spur,

Must be used to connect all parts to the backbone cable (one for each component, no
Must be used to connect all parts to the backbone cable (one for each component, no
including the power cable

thruster
Must be used to connect all parts to the backbone cable (one for each component, no Part #: 6 1326
Spur cables
End terminator

Bow
Spur cables
Part #: 6 1326
exeptions), recommended to be as short as practically possible including the power cable
Part #: 6 1321-xxM (xx=length) Must be one in each end Must be used to connect all parts to the backbone cable (one for each component, no
End terminator
Must be one for each spur, 20,0 m
0,4 m exeptions), recommended to be as short as practically possible
of the backbone loop
T-connector 15,0 m
Part #: 6 1321-xxM (xx=length) Must be one in each end
1,0 m
7,0 m
Part #: 6 1327 0,4 m of the backbone loop
3,0 m
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