WIND 3150 Installation and Operation Manual
Case size 111 mm (4.4") square.
LCD display 27 mm (1.1") wide, 18 mm (0.7")
high; twisted nematic.
LCD digits 14 mm (0.55") high.
Four operator keys, laser etched.
Backlighting for display and keys, amber, four
levels and off (the key backlight does not turn off).
Operating temperature 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F).
Power cable length 1 m (3.25 ft).
Masthead unit cable length 30 m (99 ft).
Power supply 10.5 to 16.5 V DC, 20 mA without
backlighting, 140 mA with full backlighting and
External beeper or light output, switched to
power negative to turn on the beepers or lights,
30 V DC and 250 mA maximum.
Wind angle, true and apparent: Range 0 to
180°, port or starboard.
Wind speed, true and apparent: Range 0 to 199
knots (0 to 102 m/s).
Maximum apparent wind speed.
Apparent wind speed alarm.
Wind speed and wind angle can be calibrated.
Appendix A - Specifications
NavBus connection to other NAVMAN
NMEA 0183 outputs: MWV, VPW; inputs RMC,
USA (FCC): Part 15 Class B.
Europe (CE): EN50081-1, EN50082-1
New Zealand and Australia (C Tick):
Environment: IP66 from front when correctly
Power/data cable wires
Red Power positive, 12 V DC, 140 mA
Black Power negative, NMEA common
Green External beeper or light out, switched to
power negative, 30 V DC and 250 mA
Orange NavBus +
Blue NavBus -
White NMEA out
Yellow NMEA in
Appendix B - Troubleshooting
This troubleshooting guide assumes that you have
read and understood this manual.
It is possible in many cases to solve difficulties
without having to send the unit back to the
manufacturer for repair. Please follow this
troubleshooting section before contacting the
nearest NAVMAN dealer.
There are no user serviceable parts. Specialized
methods and testing equipment are required to
ensure that the unit is reassembled correctly and is
waterproof. Repairs to the unit must only be carried
out by a service centre approved by Navman NZ
Limited. Users who service the unit themselves will
void the warranty.
More information can be found on our website:
1 Unit will not turn on:
a Fuse blown or circuit breaker tripped.
b Battery voltage is outside the range 10.5 to
16.5 V DC.
c Power/data cable damaged.
2 Wind speed or angle reading wrong or erratic:
a Masthead unit is damaged, fouled or
b Wind speed calibration is incorrect (see
c Wind angle calibration is incorrect (see
d Masthead unit cable unplugged or
e Interference from electrical noise. Review
3 The word SIM flashes on the LCD display or
the values displayed are unexpected:
a Unit is in simulate mode (see section 2-5).
4 The display fogs:
a Moist air has entered the breathing tube at
the rear of the unit. Air the boat or run unit
with backlight fully on.
b Water has entered the breathing tube.
Return unit for service.