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EP-60R Fuel Flow Configuration
The LMF-200 can support up to three engines with one fuel flow sensor for each engine. Each fuel flow has an internal menu with the following options: Unset Engine, Change Engine (multiple engines only), Fuel Warning, Reset and Reset Calibration.
To configure a fuel flow: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU.
2. Highlight B. DEVICES and press MENU. After a few moments, the Bus Devices list will appear. 10
3. Select UNCFG FF and press MENU. The following message will appear: Hit Menu to Cfg Flow Sns. Press MENU and the Configuration options menu will appear. NOTE: If your unit is set to a single-engine configuration, the Configuration Options menu will not appear when you are configuring a fuel flow. The fuel flow will automatically be configured as Eng FFlow. 4. Select the desired option and press MENU. You will be directed to the Bus Devices list. Configure remaining fuel flows by following the steps above.
To unconfigure a fuel flow:
You will use the Unset Engine command when you want to unconfigure a fuel flow. To unset engine: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU. 2. Highlight B. DEVICES and press MENU. After a few moments, the Bus Devices list will appear. 3. Select the fuel flow you want to unconfigure and press MENU. 4. Highlight UNSET ENGINE and press MENU which will launch the following message: Hit Menu to Unset Dev Name. 5. Press MENU and you will be taken back to the Bus Devices list. The newly unconfigured fuel flow will be displayed as UNCFG FF.
To reconfigure a fuel flow:
You will use the Change Engine command to reconfigure a Fuel Flow. Change Engine, however, will only appear on your LMF-200 menu if you have more than one engine. If you want to reconfigure a fuel flow, but all the fuel flows on your vessel are configured, you first will have to unconfigure a fuel flow to free up its configuration name. If all three fuel flows are configured, which means there is no name configuration available, follow the first set of instructions. If the desired configuration name is available, follow the second set of instructions. Change Engine (Active only with multiple-engine setting) The Change Engine command allows you to change the configuration name of a fuel flow. The steps below show how to switch the configuration name of a fuel flow from Port to Starboard.

To calibrate a fuel flow: 7. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU.
8. Highlight FUEL MNGR and press MENU. Select REFILL T. and press MENU. If your unit is configured for more than one tank, the Select Tank menu will open. Select the tank you refilled and press MENU. (If your unit is configured for one tank, you will be taken directly to the Recalibration menu.) 14
9. The Recalibration (The Recal?) menu will appear with two options: Yes and No. Select YES and press MENU. NOTE: If you do not have the fuel remaining source set to Eng/FFlow, the recalibration message will not appear. 10. The Filled Quantity window will appear. Use the UP and DOWN keys to input the amount of fuel you added to the tank and press MENU. 11. Repeat these steps for each fuel flow you want to calibrate. Reset Calibration The Reset Calibration command allows you to reset a fuel flow calibration back to factory defaults.
To Reset Calibration: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU. 2. Highlight B. DEVICES and press MENU. Select the fuel flow you want to reset and press MENU.
3. Select RST CAL from the fuel flow menu and press MENU. The following message will appear: Hit Menu to Rst the Cal. 4. Press MENU to set calibration back to factory default settings. To recalibrate the fuel flow, refer to the fuel flow calibration instructions in this section. Refill Tank (Refill T) Since the EP-60R is not connected to the tank, its fuel information is not automatically updated when the tank is filled up. You must use the Refill Tank command to ensure the fuel information in the EP-60R stays consistent with the amount of fuel actually in the tank.
To refill tank: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU. Highlight FUEL MNGR and press MENU.
2. Select REFILL T and press MENU. If your unit is configured for more than one tank, the Select Tank menu will appear with up to three options. (If you are using a single tank configuration, you will not see the Select Tank menu.) 3. Select the desired tank and press MENU. The following message will appear: Hit Menu if Tank filled up. Press MENU and you will be taken you back to the main display. Partial Fill (Part Fill) Since the EP-60R is not connected to the tank, its fuel information is not automatically updated when fuel is added to the tank. When you 15

MENU, which will reset the trip fuel used to zero.
3. The following message will appear: Hit Menu to Rst Trip F. Press
Reset Seasonal Fuel (Rst Seas) The LMF-200 uses fuel flow data to keep a running total of fuel used for a season. By using the Reset Seasonal command, you can reset to zero the running total of fuel used for a season.
To reset seasonal fuel: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU. Highlight FUEL MNGR and press MENU.
2. Choose RST SEAS and press MENU. If you have more than one engine, the Select Engine menu will appear with up to four options. 3. Select the desired engine or All Engines and press MENU. The following message will appear: Hit Menu to Rst USD:S. 3. Press MENU, which will take you back to the main display. Fuel Warning The Fuel Warning feature allows you to set a Low level or High level alarm for each fuel tank. A pop-up window will appear and an alarm will sound if the amount of fuel rises above (High Level) or falls below (Low level) the selected percentage of tank capacity.
To set a fuel warning: 1. Press MENU, select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press MENU to display the Bus Devices list. Select the desired Fuel Flow (FFlow) and press MENU. The Configuration Options menu will appear. 3. Select FUEL WARNING (Fuel Wrng) and press MENU. 4. The Select Level menu will appear with two options: High Level and Low Level. 5. Select the desired level and press MENU. The Level Percentage window will appear. It will be set to Off by default. 17
6. Use the UP and DOWN keys to input the desired percentage of tank capacity and press MENU. Let the menus time out to return to the main display. NOTE: To turn off a fuel warning, repeat Steps 1-4, then select OFF from the Level Percentage window mentioned in Step 5. Press MENU. Repeat these steps for each warning you want to turn off. Let the menus time out and you will be directed to the main display. Engine Warnings (Alarms) The Engine Warnings feature allows you to set an alarm for one or more engines, which will alert you to several engine issues including overheating and low oil pressure.

To set Engine Warnings:

1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU. 2. Highlight ENGINE WARNINGS and press MENU. The Engine Warnings menu will appear with up to five options, including Off and All Engines. The default setting is All Engines. (If you have a single-engine configuration, the only options on the Engine Warning menu will be On and Off.) NOTE: If you choose All Engines, the alarm will be shown for each alarm engine alarm. If a single engine is selected, the gauge will only show warnings from the selected engine. (To turn off all engine warnings, highlight OFF and press MENU. If you turn off engine alarms, no alarms will be shown for any of the engines.) 3. Highlight the desired option and press MENU. You will be taken back to the main display.

menu will appear, allowing you to display data from a single engine or show data from all engines. (If you select FUEL RANGE (RNG) or if your unit is configured for one engine, you will be taken back to the main display.) 5. Select the desired engine or, to display data from all engines, highlight Vessel and press MENU. You will be taken back to the main display, where the data you selected will be shown. Repeat these steps to customize the other data position.
1. After the Fuel Manager page has been added to the page screen rotation, use the UP and DOWN keys to display it on the screen. 2. Press MENU, select CUSTOMIZE and press MENU. 3. Highlight FUEL FLOW (FUL: F), FUEL USED (USD), FUEL RANGE (RNG), TRIP FUEL USED (USD: TP) or SEASONAL FUEL USED (USD: SE) and press MENU. A menu will appear, allowing you to display data from a single engine or show data from all engines. (If you select FUEL RANGE (RNG) or if your unit is configured for one engine, you will be taken back to the main display.) 4. Select the desired engine or, to display data from all engines, highlight Vessel and press MENU. You will be taken back to the main display, where the data you selected will be shown. Reset The Reset command will reset EP-60R Fuel Flow values to default settings. NOTE: After using the Reset command has been executed, you will have to re-enter your engine-tank configuration. The Reset command will not affect the configuration or calibration of other devices on the network.

To use reset command:

1. Press MENU, select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU. 2. Highlight BUS DEVICES, select the desired fuel flow and press MENU. The Configuration Options menu will appear. 3. Select RESET and press MENU. The following message will appear: Hit Menu to Rst Values. 4. Press MENU, then let the menus time out to return to the main display. 20
LMF-400: EP-60R Configuration & Calibration
This section covers how to use the EP-60R Fuel Flow with a LMF-400 Multi-function gauge.
LMF-400 Multi-function Digital gauge.
If this is the first time you have turned on your LMF-400, you will have to complete Boat Setup before you will be able to configure or calibrate your fuel flow. If you have already completed Boat Setup, skip ahead to the segment covering EP-60R Fuel Flow Configuration.

To configure a fuel flow:
When you configure a fuel flow, you are linking the fuel flow's location/engine on the boat to its matching configuration name in the LMF-400. 22
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER. 2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. The Bus Devices list will appear.
Bus Devices highlighted in the System Setup menu (left). Searching Bus Devices window (center) with Bus Devices list (right).
3. Select UNCFG F FLOW and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to Configure Fuel Flow Snsr. 4. Press ENTER. If your unit is configured for more than one tank, the Select Engine menu will appear. (If your unit is set to a single-tank configuration, the Select Engine menu will not appear. The fuel flow will automatically be given the configuration name Eng FFlow.) 5. Select the desired engine and press ENTER. You will be directed to the Bus Devices list. Press EXIT repeatedly to return to the main display.
You will use the Unset Engine command to unconfigure a fuel flow.

To unset engine:

1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER. 2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER to open the Bus Devices list. 3. Select the desired fuel flow and press ENTER. The Fuel Flow menu will appear. Select UNSET ENGINE and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to UnConfig Device Name. 4. Press ENTER and you will be directed back to the Bus Devices list, where the fuel flow you unconfigured will be shown as UnCfg F Flow.
You will use the Change Engine command to reconfigure a Fuel Flow. Change Engine, however, will only appear on the LMF-400 menu if a multiple engine setting was chosen during Boat Setup. If all the fuel flows on your vessel are configured, you will have to unconfigure a fuel 23
flow to free up its configuration name. If all three fuel flows are configured, which means there is no configuration name available, follow the first set of instructions. If the desired configuration name is available, follow the second set of instructions.

Change Engine (active only with multiple-engine setting)
The steps below show how to switch the configuration name of a fuel flow from Port engine to Starboard engine.
If all fuel flows configured (Configuration name unavailable): 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER. 2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. The Bus Devices list will
appear. 3. Select the Port fuel flow and press ENTER. Highlight UNSET ENGINE and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to UnConfig Device Name. 4. Press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Bus Devices list, where the Port fuel flow will now be displayed as UnCfg FFlow. 5. Select the Starboard fuel flow and press ENTER. 6. Highlight CHANGE ENGINE and press ENTER. The Select Engine menu will appear. 7. Select PORT and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Bus Devices list. 8. Highlight UnCfg FFlow and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to Configure Fuel Flow Sns. 9. Press ENTER, which will open the Select Engine menu. Choose Starboard and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Bus Devices list where both fuel flows will be shown with their new configuration names.
If desired configuration name available: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER. 2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. The Bus Devices list will
appear. 3. Select the fuel flow you want to reconfigure and press ENTER. Highlight CHANGE ENGINE and press ENTER. The Select Engine menu will appear. 4. Choose the desired configuration name and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Bus Devices list, where the fuel flow you reconfigured will be displayed with its new configuration name.
The factory calibration settings for the EP-60R Fuel Flow should be within 3 percent, so calibration will not be necessary in most cases. NOTE: The Fuel Remaining Source must be set to fuel flow for the unit to correctly display fuel level information. Follow the instructions below to ensure fuel flow (Eng/FFlow) has been selected as the Fuel Remaining Source. It is set to fluid level by default. Fuel Flow Accuracy To check fuel flow accuracy, add the Fuel Manager page to the page screen rotation and then customize it with Fuel Used data.
To add the Fuel Manager page to the display: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select PAGES and press ENTER. A menu will pop up with four options: Add Page, Remove Page,
Page Scrolling and Pop-Ups Setup.
2. Select ADD PAGE and press ENTER. 3. Highlight the Fuel Manager page and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to add Fuel Manager. 4. Press ENTER, which will take you back to the main display, where the page you chose will be shown on the screen.
To customize the Fuel Manager page:
1. With the Fuel Manager page on the display, Press MENU, select CUSTOMIZE and press ENTER. The data menu will appear with three options: Top Data, Center Data and Bottom Data each representing one of the three data boxes on the Fuel Manager page. 2. Select the desired data location and press ENTER. Highlight FUEL USED and press ENTER. If your unit is configured for more than one tank the Select Tank menu will appear. NOTE: If your unit is configured for a single-tank, the Select Tank menu will not appear. Press EXIT repeatedly to return to the main display where Fuel Used data will be displayed on the Fuel Manager page. 3. Highlight the desired tank option and press ENTER. Press EXIT twice to return to the main display where Fuel Used data will be displayed on the Fuel Manager page.

1. Make sure the Fuel Remaining Source has been set to Fuel Flow then fill up the tank connected to the fuel flow you want to calibrate. 25
2. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER. 3. Highlight FUEL SETUP and press ENTER. 4. Select REFILL TANK and press ENTER. If your unit is configured for more than one tank, the Select Tank menu will open. 5. Select the tank you refilled and press ENTER. A Recalibration window (ReCalibrate?) will appear with two options: Yes and No. Select NO and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter after refilling the fuel tank. Press ENTER. 6. Take your boat out, but run only ONE engine the engine connected to the fuel flow. Burn at least 5 gallons of fuel, then fill up the tank again, noting how much fuel was added to the tank. Check the Fuel Manager page for the fuel used figure calculated by the LMF-400. 7. Compare the amount of fuel added when you filled up the tank with the LMF-400 Fuel Used figure. If the difference between these two numbers is greater than 3 percent, you need to calibrate the unit.
To calibrate a fuel flow: 8. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER.
9. Highlight FUEL SETUP and press ENTER. 10. Select REFILL TANK and press ENTER. If your unit is configured for more than one tank, the Select Tank menu will open. Select the tank you refilled and press ENTER. 11. The Recalibration menu will appear with two options: Yes and No. Select YES and press ENTER. 12. The Filled Fuel Quantity window will appear. Use the UP and DOWN keys to input the amount of fuel you added to the tank and press ENTER. 13. Repeat these steps for each fuel flow you want to calibrate. NOTE: It is a good idea to periodically check the calibration of a fuel flow. Reset Calibration The Reset Calibration command allows you to set fuel flow calibration to factory defaults.

To reset calibration:

1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER. 26
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. Highlight the fuel flow you want to reset and press ENTER. 3. Select RESET CAL from the fuel flow menu and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to reset the Calibration. 4. Press ENTER to set calibration back to default settings. To recalibrate the fuel flow, follow the fuel flow calibration steps in this section. Refill Tank Since the EP-60R is not connected to the tank, its fuel information is not automatically updated when the tank is filled up. You must use the Refill Tank command to ensure the fuel information in the EP-60R stays consistent with the amount of fuel actually in the tank.
To refill tank: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER.

2. Highlight ENGINE WARNINGS and press ENTER. The Engine Warnings menu will appear with up to five options, including Off and All Engines. The default setting is All Engines. (If you have a single-engine configuration, the only options on the Engine Warning menu will be On and Off.) 3. Choose the desired option and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the main display.
Displaying data from a fuel flow
You can display fuel flow data on the Single Digital, Dual Digital, Quad Digital and Fuel Manager pages. Page Screen Rotation The Page Screen Rotation consists of multiple pages that have been set up for display. Once pages have been added to the page screen rotation, they can be set to scroll across the screen automatically or manually. Use the ENTER and EXIT keys to manually scroll pages across the screen. Pressing the ENTER key moves the scroll in one direction. Pushing the EXIT key moves the scroll in the other direction. You will use the Page Scrolling if you want pages to automatically scroll across the screen. Refer to your LMF-400 manual for more information about Page Scrolling.
To add a page to the display:
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select PAGES and press ENTER. A menu will pop up with four options: Add Page, Remove Page, Page Scrolling and Pop-Ups Setup. 2. Select ADD PAGE and press ENTER. 3. Highlight Single Digital, Dual Digital, Quad Digital or Fuel Manager and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to add the selected page. 4. Press ENTER, which will take you back to the main display, where the page you selected will be shown on the screen. Customizing Pages The customizing pages feature allows you to choose what data will be displayed and how it will be displayed on select pages. You can customize the Single Digital, Dual Digital and Fuel Manager pages with fuel flow data, which includes Fuel Rate (fuel flow), Fuel Used, Fuel Range, Trip Fuel Used and Seasonal Fuel Used. 30
1. After the Single Digital page has been added to the page screen rotation, use the ENTER and EXIT keys to display it on the main screen. 2. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select CUSTOMIZE and press ENTER. The data menu will appear. 3. Highlight Fuel Flow, Fuel Range, Fuel Used, Trip Fuel Used or Seasonal Fuel and press ENTER. A menu will appear, allowing you to display data from a single engine or from all engines. (If you select FUEL RANGE or if your unit is configured for one engine, you will be directed back to the main display.) 4. Select the desired engine or, to display data from all engines, highlight Vessel and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the main display, where the data you selected will be shown.
1. After the Dual Digital page has been added to the page screen rotation, use the ENTER and EXIT keys to display it on the main screen. 2. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select CUSTOMIZE and press ENTER. The Position menu will appear with two options: Top Data and Bottom Data. 3. Highlight the desired data position and press ENTER. 4. Select FUEL FLOW, FUEL RANGE, FUEL USED, TRIP FUEL USED or SEASONAL FUEL and press ENTER. A menu will appear, allowing you to display data from a single engine or from all engines. (If you select FUEL RANGE (RNG) or if your unit is configured for one engine, you will be taken back to the Position menu.) 5. Select the desired engine or, to display data from all engines, highlight Vessel and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Position menu. To display data in the other data box, repeat Steps 3-5. 6. Press EXIT twice to return to the main display.

To customize Quad Digital page:
1. After the Quad Digital page has been added to the page screen rotation, use the ENTER and EXIT keys to display it on the main screen. 2. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select CUSTOMIZE and press ENTER. The Position menu will appear with four options: Data Box 1, Data Box 2, Data Box 3 and Data Box 4. 3. Highlight the desired data position and press ENTER. 4. Select FUEL FLOW, FUEL RANGE, FUEL USED, TRIP FUEL USED or SEASONAL FUEL USED and press ENTER. A menu will appear, allowing you to display 31
data from a single engine or from all engines on the vessel. (If you select FUEL RANGE or if your unit is configured for one engine, you will be taken back to the Position menu.) 5. Select the desired engine or, to display data from all engines, highlight Vessel and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Position menu. To display data in another data box, repeat Steps 3-5. 6. Press EXIT twice to return to the main display.
1. After the Fuel Manager page has been added to the page screen rotation, use the ENTER and EXIT keys to display it on the main screen. 2. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select CUSTOMIZE and press ENTER. The Position menu will appear with three options: Top Data, Center Data and Bottom Data. 3. Highlight the desired data position and press ENTER. 4. Select FUEL FLOW, FUEL RANGE, FUEL USED, TRIP FUEL USED or SEASONAL FUEL USED and press ENTER. A menu will appear, allowing you to display data from a single engine or from all engines on the vessel. (If you select FUEL RANGE or if your unit is configured for one engine, you will be taken back to the Position menu.) 5. Select the desired engine or, to display data from all engines, highlight Vessel and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Position menu. To display data in another data box, repeat Steps 3-5. 6. Press EXIT twice to return to the main display. Reset Values By accessing Reset Values from the Fuel Flow menu, you will be able to reset configuration and calibration settings for a particular fuel flow. NOTE: After using the Reset Values command, you will have to re-enter your engine-tank configuration. It, however, will not affect the configuration or calibration of other devices on the network.

To reset values:

1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER. 2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. Select the fuel flow you want to reset and press ENTER. 3. Choose RESET VALUES from the fuel flow menu and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to Reset Device Values. 4. Press ENTER and you will be taken back to the Bus Devices list. 32
Display Unit: EP-60R Configuration & Calibration

1. After selecting Fuel Used as overlay data, fill up your tank and press MENU twice. Select NMEA 2000 or NETWORKING and press ENTER. 2. Highlight FUEL MANAGEMENT and press ENTER. Select TANK LOCATION and press ENTER. 3. Select the tank location and press ENTER. 40
4. Highlight FILL TANK and press ENTER. The following confirmation message will appear: Are you sure you wish to Fill Tank? NOTE: You must use the units Fill Tank command when filling your fuel tank to keep the fuel flow updated with correct information on the amount of fuel in the tank. 5. Select YES and press ENTER. The following confirmation message will appear: Do you wish to re-calibrate the device? 6. Highlight NO and press ENTER. 7. Take your vessel out on the water and burn at least five gallons of fuel. Be sure you run only ONE engine the engine connected to your fuel flow. 8. Fill up your tank again, noting how much fuel you added to the tank. Compare that number to the Fuel Used figure displayed on your display unit's screen. If the amount of fuel you added to the tank and the fuel used figure are off by more than 3 percent, we recommend the fuel flow be calibrated.
To calibrate a fuel flow:
9. Fill up your tank. Press MENU twice, select NMEA 2000 or NETWORKING and press ENTER. 10. Highlight FUEL MANAGEMENT and press ENTER. Highlight TANK LOCATION and press ENTER. 11. Select the desired tank location and press ENTER. 12. Highlight FILL TANK and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Are you sure you wish to Fill Tank? Select YES and press ENTER. 13. The following message will appear: Do you wish to re-calibrate the device? Select YES and press ENTER. 14. Repeat these steps for each EP-60R Fuel Flow you want to calibrate.

Engine Operations

The lower half of the Fuel Management menu covers Engine Operations, which include: Engine Select, Reset Calibration, Reset Trip and Reset Seasonal.

Engine Select

Engine Select allows you to choose the desired engine when resetting calibration, resetting trip fuel and resetting seasonal fuel. 41

To Reset Calibration:

Choosing the Reset Calibration command will switch fuel flow calibration settings back to factory defaults. 1. Press MENU twice, select NMEA 2000 or NETWORKING and press ENTER. 2. Highlight FUEL MANAGEMENT and press ENTER. 3. Highlight to ENGINE SELECT and press ENTER. Select the desired engine and press ENTER. 4. Highlight RESET CALIBRATION and press ENTER. The following confirmation message will appear: Are you sure you wish to Reset Calibration? Select YES and press ENTER. Calibration settings for the selected fuel have been returned to factory defaults.

To Reset Trip:

The Reset Trip function allows you to reset to zero the running total of fuel used on a particular trip. 1. Press MENU twice, select NMEA 2000 or NETWORKING and press ENTER. 2. Highlight FUEL MANAGEMENT and press ENTER. The Fuel Management menu will appear. 3. To reset trip fuel used for a particular engine, highlight ENGINE SELECT and press ENTER. Select the desired engine or All Engines and press ENTER. 4. Highlight RESET TRIP and press ENTER. The following confirmation message will appear: Are you sure you wish to Reset Trip? 5. Highlight YES and press ENTER. The Trip Fuel Used figure has been reset to zero.

To Reset Seasonal:

Your unit can track fuel usage not only for trips, but also for entire seasons. The reset seasonal command allows you to reset to zero the running total of fuel used during a season. 1. Press MENU twice, select NMEA 2000 or NETWORKING and press ENTER. 2. Highlight FUEL MANAGEMENT and press ENTER.
ENGINE SELECT and press ENTER. Select the desired engine or All Engines and press ENTER.
3. To reset seasonal trip fuel used for a particular engine, highlight
4. Highlight RESET SEASONAL and press ENTER. The following confirmation message will appear: Are you sure you wish to Reset Seasonal? 5. Highlight YES and press ENTER. The Seasonal Fuel Used figure has been reset to zero. 42
The Overlay Data function will be used to show EP-60R Fuel Flow data on your unit's main display.

To use the Restore Defaults command:
1. Press MENU twice, select NMEA 2000 or NETWORKING and press ENTER. A menu will appear with five options: Bus Setup, Fuel Management, NMEA 2000 Alarms, Waypoint Sharing and Backlight Synchronization. 2. Highlight BUS SETUP and press ENTER, which will open the Bus Configuration menu. A list of network devices will be at the top of the page. 3. Select the desired fuel flow and press ENTER. The Device Configuration menu will appear. 4. Highlight ADVANCED OPTIONS and press ENTER. 5. Select RESTORE DEFAULTS and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Are you sure you wish to change this device's configuration? 6. Highlight YES and press ENTER. Press EXIT repeatedly to return to the main display.
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Accessory Ordering Information
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Installation This instruction sheet assumes the mounting bracket is connected to the fluid level float (or potentiometer) and is already installed in the tank. The EP-65R wires red (positive) and black (negative) will connect to the sending unit's mounting bracket on top of the tank. Caution: Do NOT connect the sensor's red cable connector to the network until you have finished connecting the red and black leads to the sending unit. This reduces the risk of a spark when working around fuel tanks. First, attach marine-grade crimp-on connectors to both the red lead (+) and the black () lead. The EP-65R must be the ONLY device connected to the sender. 3
Attach the positive red lead to the sending unit's positive connector, usually located in the center of the mounting plate. Connect the negative black lead to the sending unit's negative connector. To ensure you know which connection is which, refer to the mounting instructions that came with the sending unit.
Attach appropriate connectors to wire leads.

Negative connector

Positive connector
Connect wire leads to fluid level sending unit. This is a typical sending unit mounting bracket. The center threaded post is + and the blade is .
Finally, route the sensor's red cable connector to the T on the network backbone where you intend to attach it and plug it in. The sensor is ready to use. Connecting to a NMEA 2000 Network A NMEA 2000 network is a communications link between two or more devices that transfer NMEA 2000 information. LowranceNET is the NMEA 2000 networking system developed by Lowrance Electronics. A NMEA 2000 network functions like the phone wiring in a house. If, 4
for example, you pick up a phone in the living room you will be able to hear the conversation someone is having on a phone in the bedroom. In similar fashion, a NMEA 2000 network allows multiple display units to receive data from a GPS antenna or multiple sonar units to receive messages sent by a fluid level sensor. A NMEA 2000 network gives you the flexibility to view information like engine diagnostics and fuel level data on digital gauges or display units located anywhere on your boat.
There are two types of LowranceNet red connectors: the single T connector (left) and the double T connector (right).
Network Backbone and Network Nodes A network bus backbone consists of network cabling, terminators and T connectors. Network nodes are made by fitting T-shaped connectors into the backbone (using the sockets on the sides) and attaching any network device to the bottom of the T. Staying with the previous phone wiring example, T connectors on the backbone are the equivalent of phone jacks spread throughout a house. To pick up a phone and be able to hear a conversation from another phone in the house, both phones have to be connected to the main phone line. In similar fashion, only sensors and display units plugged into the NMEA network can share information. The network backbone is like the phone wiring that runs throughout a home. It connects the network nodes, allowing them to communicate across the network. Connections found in the middle of the bus could have T connectors or backbone network cable plugged into one or both sides. Connections at the end of a network will have the backbone cable plugged into one side and a terminator plugged into the other, as shown in the following figure.

To execute Boat Setup:

1. With Boat Setup highlighted on the screen, press MENU. The Boat Setup menu will appear, allowing you to select an engine-tank configuration to match the number of engines and fuel tanks on your vessel. Boat Setup options include: 1 En/1 Tk, 1 En/2 Tk, 2 En/1 Tk, 2 En/2 Tk, 3 En/1 Tk and 3 En/3 Tk. 2. Use the UP and DOWN keys to choose the correct configuration and press MENU. 3. If you selected a configuration with more than one tank, the Tank Size menu will appear. Select the tank you want to set up and press
MENU, which will open the Tank Size window. (If you chose a single-
tank configuration, you will be taken directly to the Tank Size window covered in Step 4.) 4. Use the UP and DOWN keys to input the number of gallons the tank will hold and press MENU. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each tank. After all tanks have been set up, you will be taken to the main display. Boat Setup Reset If you want to access the Setup screen (Boat Setup) after an enginetank configuration has been chosen you will have to reset the configuration to default settings.
To reset engine tank configuration: 1. Press MENU, highlight SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU.
2. Choose ENG/TANK and press MENU twice. The following message will appear: Hit menu to reset Eng/Tnk. 3. Press MENU. The Setup screen will appear with Boat Setup highlighted. Fuel Remaining Source (FRem Src) The Fuel Remaining source function allows you to select the device used to measure the amount of fuel remaining in the tank. NOTE: The Fuel Remaining Source must be set to fluid level for the unit to correctly display fuel level information from the EP-65R fluid level sensor. It is set to Fuel Level (Fluid Level) by default.
To set Fuel Remaining Source to Fluid Level (Fuel Level):
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU. Select FUEL MNGR and press MENU. 2. Highlight FREM SRC and press MENU. That will open the FRem Src menu, which has two options: Eng/FFlow and Fuel level. 3. Use the UP and DOWN keys to select FUEL LEVEL and press MENU. You are now ready to configure your fluid level sensor.
EP-65R Fluid Level Configuration
The LMF-200 can be configured with up to three tanks for each fluid level type, which includes Fuel, Fresh Water, Oil, Black Water, Waste Water (Gray Water) and Live Well. Fluid Level menu The menu for unconfigured fluid level sensors will be different than the menu for configured sensors. 10
A configured fluid level will have the following menu options: Unconfigure, Reconfigure, Level Warning, Calibrate, Reset Cal and Reset. The menu for an unconfigured fluid level will show the following configuration options: Fuel, Water, Waste Water (Gray Water), Black Water, Oil and Live Well.

Caution:

If you configure your fluid level for fuel, you will NOT be able to get a fuel range reading. Fuel Range will NOT be calculated with a fluid level sensor. It will only be calculated with an engine interface, EP-60R Fuel Flow or EP-85R Storage Device.
To configure a fluid level for Fuel:
1. Press MENU, select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU. Highlight B. DEVICES and press MENU. 2. Select an unconfigured fluid level (UnCfg FL) from the bus devices list and press MENU. The following message will appear: Hit Menu to Cfg FLev Sns. 3. Press MENU to open the fluid level menu. Select FUEL from the list of fluid types and press MENU. If your engine-tank configuration is set for multiple tanks, the Select Tank menu will appear. NOTE: If your gauge is set to a single-tank configuration, you will not see the Select Tank menu. After selecting Fuel from the list of fluid types, you will be taken back to the Bus Devices list. 4. Highlight a tank option and press MENU. Configure remaining fuel flows by following the steps above.
To configure a fluid level for Oil: 1. Press MENU, select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU. Highlight B. DEVICES and press MENU.
2. Select the desired unconfigured fluid level (Unfcg FL) from the Bus Devices list and press MENU, which will launch the following message: Hit Menu to Cfg FLev Sns. 3. Press MENU, select OIL from the list of fluid types and press MENU. If your gauge is configured for more than one tank, the Select Tank menu will appear. NOTE: If your gauge is set to a single-tank configuration you will not see the Select Tank menu. You will be taken directly to the Tank Size menu (Step 5) after selecting Oil from the list of fluid types. 11
4. Select a tank and press MENU, which will launch the Tank Size window. 5. Input the size of the tank (gallons) and press MENU. You will be directed to the Bus Devices list. NOTE: If your fluid level is not updated on the Bus Devices list, refresh the list by letting it time out, and then access it again.
To configure a fluid level for Fresh Water, Waste Water (Gray Water), Live Well or Black Water:

To reconfigure a fluid level for Oil:
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU. Highlight B. DEVICES and press MENU. 2. Select a configured fluid level from the Bus Devices list and press MENU, which will open the fluid level menu with the following options: Unconfigure, Reconfigure, Level Warning, Calibrate, Reset Cal and Reset Values. 13
3. Highlight RECONFIG (Reconfigure) from the Configuration Options menu and press MENU. 4. Select OIL from the list of fluid types and press MENU. The Select Tank menu will appear. (If your unit is set to a single-tank configuration, taken directly to the Tank Size window (Step 5). NOTE: If, for example, all fluid levels are configured and the desired configuration name is configured to another fluid level; you will have to unconfigure that fluid level. That is the only way to make its configuration name available for the fluid level you are trying to reconfigure. 5. Select a tank and press MENU, which will launch the Tank Size window. 6. Input the size of the tank (gallons) and press MENU. You will be directed to the Bus Devices list. NOTE: If your fluid level is not updated on the Bus Devices list, refresh the list by letting it time out, and then access it again.
To reconfigure a fluid level for Fresh Water, Waste Water (Gray Water), Live Well or Black Water:
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU. Highlight B. DEVICES and press MENU. 2. Select a configured fluid level from the Bus Devices list and press MENU, which will open the fluid level menu with the following options: Unconfigure, Reconfigure, Level Warning, Calibrate, Reset Cal and Reset. 3. Highlight RECONFIG (Reconfigure) from the Configuration Options menu and press MENU. That will open the Fluid Type menu. Highlight Fresh Water, Waste Water (Gray Water), Live Well or Black Water and press MENU. The Tank Number window will appear. 4. Assign a tank number (1, 2 or 3) to the fluid level and press MENU. That will launch the Tank Size window. 5. Input the capacity of the tank (gallons) and press MENU. You will be directed to the Bus Devices list, where the fluid level you configured will be displayed with its new configuration. NOTE: If your fluid level is not updated on the Bus Devices list, refresh the list by letting it time out, and then access it again. 14
EP-65R Fluid Level Calibration
The factory calibration settings for the EP-65R Fluid Level should be adequate for the majority of applications, so calibration will not be necessary in most cases. The default calibration for the EP-65R Fluid Level is just as accurate as standard fluid level gauges. If, however, the tank has an irregular shape or greater accuracy is needed, calibration is recommended. The EP-65R Fluid Level has three calibration options: 2 point, 3 point and 5 point. 2-Point Calibration A 2-point calibration is best suited for rectangular or square-shaped tanks, where the capacity of the top half of the tank matches the capacity in the lower half of the tank. In a two-point calibration, you will set two points, one each for empty and full levels. You can begin calibration at either of the two points, but we recommend starting with an empty tank. You will fill the tank to complete calibration. NOTE: Adequate calibration may be achieved without calibrating both points and you can calibrate the points (Empty Level and Full Level) in any order you wish. In the following instructions, we begin calibration with an empty tank.

Displaying Fluid Level Data
You can display your fluid level data on the Gauge page. When a page is added to the display, it automatically is included in the page screen rotation. Page Screen Rotation The Page Screen Rotation consists of multiple pages that have been set up for display. Once pages have been added to the page screen rotation, they can be set to scroll across the screen automatically or manually. Press the UP and DOWN keys to manually scroll pages across the screen. Pressing the UP key moves the scroll in one direction. Pushing the DOWN key moves the scroll in the other direction. You can use the Autoscroll feature if you want the pages to automatically scroll across the screen. Refer to your LMF -200 manual for more information about Autoscroll.
Adding a page: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select PAGES and press MENU, which will open the Pages menu with the following options: Add
Page, Rem Page, Autoscroll and Set Pop-up.
2. Select ADD PAGE and press MENU. 3. To display fluid level information, select Gauge and press MENU. You will be taken back to the main display, where the page you selected will be shown. Customizing Pages The customizing pages feature allows you to choose what data will be displayed and how it will be displayed on select pages. You will customize the Gauge page to display fluid level data. NOTE: If you have more than one fluid level, you can add the Gauge page to the page screen rotation more than once, and then customize each page with a different fluid level.

To customize Gauge page:

1. After the Gauge page has been added to the page screen rotation, use the UP and DOWN keys to display it on the screen. 2. Press MENU, select CUSTOMIZE and press MENU. 3. Highlight FLUID LEV and press MENU. If you have more than one fluid level on the network, a list of fluid levels will appear. 4. Select the desired fluid level and press MENU. You will be taken back to the main display, where the data from the fluid level you selected will be displayed. Engine Warnings (Alarms) The Engine Warnings feature allows you to set an alarm for one or more engines, which will alert you to several engine issues including overheating and low oil pressure.

To set Engine Warnings:

1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press MENU. 2. Highlight ENGINE WARNINGS and press MENU. The Engine Warnings menu will appear with up to five options, including Off and All Engines. The default setting is All Engines. (If you have a single-engine configuration, the only options on the Engine Warning menu will be On and Off.)

5. After all tanks on your vessel have been set up, press EXIT repeatedly to return to the main display. Boat Setup Reset If you want to access the Setup screen (Boat Setup) after an enginetank configuration has been chosen you will have to reset the configuration to default settings.
To reset engine-tank configuration: 1. Press MENU, highlight SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER.
2. Choose ENG/TANK CFG and press ENTER twice. The following message will appear: Press ENTER to reset Eng/Tnk Cfg. 3. Press MENU. The Setup Menu will appear with Boat Setup highlighted. Fuel Remaining Source The Fuel Remaining source function allows you to select the device used to measure the amount the fuel remaining in the tank. NOTE: The Fuel Remaining Source must be set to fluid level for the unit to correctly display fuel level information from a fluid level sensor. It is set to Fuel Level (fluid level) by default. Follow the instructions below to ensure (Fuel Level) the Fuel Remaining Source is set to fluid level.
To change Fuel Remaining Source to Fuel Level (fluid level):
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER. 2. Highlight FUEL SETUP and press ENTER. 3. Select FUEL REM SRC (Fuel Remaining Source) and press ENTER. 4. Highlight the FUEL LEV SNSR (Fluid Level Sensor) and press ENTER. You are ready to configure your fluid level sensor.
The LMF-400 will support up to three tanks for each Fluid Level type which includes: Fuel, Fresh Water, Oil, Black Water, Waste Water (Gray Water) and Live Well. Fluid Level menu When you configure your Fluid Level sensor, it will be accessed from the Bus Devices list. The Fluid Level menu for unconfigured sensors will be different than the menu for configured sensors.
Bus Devices highlighted in the System Setup menu (left). Searching Bus Devices window (center) with Bus Devices list (right).
A configured fluid level will have the following menu options: Unconfigure, Reconfigure, Level Warning, Calibrate, Reset Calibration and Reset Values. The menu of an unconfigured fluid level will show configuration options: Fuel, Fresh Water, Waste Water (Gray Water), Live Well, Oil and Black Water. Caution: If you configure your fluid level for fuel, you will NOT be able to get a fuel range reading. Fuel Range will NOT be calculated with a fluid level sensor. It will only be calculated with an engine interface, EP-60R Fuel Flow or EP-85R Storage Device.
To configure a fluid level for Fuel: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER to open the Bus Devices list. 3. Select UNFCG F LEV and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to configure Fluid Lev Snsr. 4. Press ENTER and the Fluid Level menu will appear with the following options: Fuel, Fresh Water, Waste Water (Gray Water), Live Well, Oil and Black Water. 5. Select FUEL and press ENTER, which will open the Select Tank menu with up to three options. NOTE: If your gauge is set to a single-tank configuration you will be taken directly to the Bus Devices list where the tank will be displayed as Fuel Tank.

6. Select a tank option and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Bus Devices list. Press EXIT repeatedly to return to the main display. NOTE: If your fluid level is not updated on the Bus Devices list, refresh the list by closing it, and then access it again.
To configure a fluid level for Oil: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER to bring up the Bus Devices list. 3. Select UNFCG F LEV and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to configure Fluid Lev Snsr. 4. Press ENTER and the Fluid Level menu will appear with the following options: Fuel, Fresh Water, Waste Water (Gray Water), Live Well, Oil and Black Water. 5. Select OIL and press ENTER, which will open the Select Tank menu with up to three options. NOTE: If your gauge is set to a single-tank configuration you will not see the Select Tank menu. You will be taken directly to Tank Size window. 6. Select a tank option and press ENTER. The Setting Tank Size window will appear. Input the size of the tank and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Bus Devices list. 7. Press EXIT repeatedly to return to the main display. NOTE: If your fluid level is not updated on the Bus Devices list, refresh the list by closing it, and then access it again.
1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER. 2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. The Bus Devices list will appear. 3. Select UNFCG F LEV and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to configure Fluid Lev Snsr. Press ENTER and the Fluid Level configuration menu will appear. 26
4. Choose Fresh Water, Waste Water (Gray Water), Live Well or Black Water and press ENTER. The Tank Number window will appear. 5. Use the UP and DOWN keys to input the number you want to assign the tank and press ENTER. The Setting Tank Size window will appear. 6. Use the UP and DOWN keys to input the size of the tank and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Bus Devices list, where the tank will be displayed as FrshWtr Tnk (1, 2 or 3), WsteWtr Tnk (1, 2 or 3). LWell Tnk (1, 2 or 3) or BlkWtr Tnk (1, 2 or 3).

NOTE: If your fluid level is not updated on the Bus Devices list, refresh the list by closing it, and then access it again.
To unconfigure a fluid level: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER, which will open the Bus Devices list. 3. Choose a configured Fluid Level from the Bus Devices list and press ENTER. The Fluid Level menu will appear with the following options: Level Warning, Unconfigure, Reconfigure, Calibrate, Reset Cal and Reset Values. 3. Highlight UNCONFIGURE and press ENTER, which will launch the following message: Press Enter to Unconfig Device name. 4. Press ENTER and you will be taken back to the Bus Devices list where the fluid level you unconfigured will be displayed as UnCfg F Level. NOTE: If your fluid level is not updated on the Bus Devices list, refresh the list by closing it, and then access it again.
If you want to reconfigure a fluid level, but the desired configuration name, location and fluid type have been configured to another fluid level, you will have to unconfigure a fluid level to make the desired configuration name available. When you attempt to reconfigure a fluid level to a configuration name already in use, the following message will appear: Name already in use. 27
To reconfigure a fluid level for Fuel: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER to bring up the Bus Devices list. 3. Select the fluid level you want to reconfigure and press ENTER. The Fluid Level menu will appear with the following options: Fuel, Fresh Water, Waste Water (Gray Water), Live Well, Oil and Black Water. 4. Select FUEL and press ENTER, which will open the Select Tank menu with up to three options. NOTE: If your gauge is set to a single-tank configuration you will be taken directly to the Bus Devices list where the tank will be displayed as Fuel Tank. 6. Select a tank option and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Bus Devices list, where the tank will be displayed as Fuel Tank (P), Fuel Tank (C) or Fuel Tank (S). Press EXIT repeatedly to return to the main display.
To reconfigure a fluid level for Oil: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER.
2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER to bring up the Bus Devices list. 3. Select the fluid level you want to reconfigure and press ENTER. The Fluid Level menu will appear with the following options: Fuel, Fresh Water, Waste Water (Gray Water), Live Well, Oil and Black Water. 4. Select OIL and press ENTER, which will open the Select Tank menu with up to three options. NOTE: If your gauge is set to a single-tank configuration you will be taken directly to the Bus Devices list where the tank will be displayed as Fuel Tank. 6. Select a tank option and press ENTER. The Setting Tank Size window will appear. Input the size of the tank and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the Bus Devices list, where the tank will be displayed as Oil Tank (P), Oil Tank (C) or Oil Tank (S).

Displaying Fluid Level data:
You can display fluid level data on the Single Analog, Dual Analog and Quad Analog pages. Page Screen Rotation The Page Screen Rotation consists of multiple pages that have been set up for display. Once pages have been added to the page screen rotation, they can be set to scroll across the screen automatically or manually. Use the ENTER and EXIT keys to manually scroll pages across the screen. Pressing the ENTER key moves the scroll in one direction. Pushing the EXIT key moves the scroll in the other direction. You will use the Page Scrolling if you want pages to automatically scroll across the screen. Refer to your LMF-400 manual for more information about Page Scrolling.
To add a page to the display: 1. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select PAGES and press ENTER. A menu will pop up with four options: Add Page, Remove Page,
Page Scrolling and Pop-Ups Setup. 2. Select ADD PAGE and press ENTER. 3. Highlight (Single Analog, Dual Analog or Quad Analog) and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to add the selected page. 4. Press ENTER, which will take you back to the main display, where the page you selected will be shown on the screen. Customizing Pages The customizing pages feature allows you to choose what data will be displayed on selected pages. You can use the Single Analog, Dual Analog and Quad Analog pages to display fluid level data. 33
NOTE: If you have more than one fluid level, you can add the Single Analog page to the page screen rotation more than once, and then customize each page with a different fluid level.
To customize Single Analog page:
1. Make sure the Single Analog page has been added to the page screen rotation. 2. Use the ENTER and EXIT keys to scroll the Single Analog page onto the main display. 3. Press MENU, use the UP and DOWN keys to select CUSTOMIZE and press ENTER. The data menu will appear. 4. Select FLUID LEVEL and press ENTER. If you have more than one fluid level on your network, a list of fluid levels will appear. 5. Highlight the fluid level you want to display and press ENTER. You will be taken back to the main display.

Level Warning The Level Warning feature allows you to set a Low level or High level alarm for each tank. A pop-up window will appear and an alarm will sound if the amount of fluid rises above (High Level) or falls below (Low level) the selected percentage of tank capacity.
To set a level warning: 1. Press MENU, highlight SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER.
2. Select BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. Highlight the desired fluid level and press ENTER. The fluid level menu will appear. Select LEVEL WARNING and press ENTER. 3. The Select Level menu will appear with two options: High Level and Low Level. Highlight LOW LEVEL or HIGH LEVEL and press ENTER. The Set Percentage window will appear. It will be set to Off by default. 4. Use the UP and DOWN keys to input the desired percentage of tank capacity that will trigger the alarm. If the amount of fuel falls below the percentage you choose, the alarm will go off. 6. Press ENTER and you will be taken back to the Bus Devices list. Press EXIT repeatedly to return to the main display. NOTE: To turn off a level warning, repeat Steps 1-3, then select OFF from the Level Percentage window mentioned in Step 4. Press ENTER. Repeat these steps for each warning you want to turn off. Press EXIT repeatedly to return to the main display. Reset Values Use the Reset Values command to reset EP-65R fluid level settings to factory defaults. NOTE: After using the Reset Values command has been executed, you will have to re-enter your engine-tank configuration. The Reset Values command will not affect the configuration or calibration of other devices on the network.

To reset values:

1. Press MENU, select SYSTEM SETUP and press ENTER. 2. Highlight BUS DEVICES and press ENTER. Select the desired fluid level and press ENTER. The Configuration Options menu will appear. 3. Select RESET VALUES and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Press Enter to Reset Device Values. Press ENTER. 4. Press EXIT repeatedly to return to the main display. 36
Display Unit: EP-65R Fluid Level Configuration & Calibration
This section covers how to configure and calibrate an EP-65R Fluid Level with a display unit.

The LMS-525cDF is one of many Lowrance display units that may be used to configure and calibrate an EP-65R Fluid Level sensor.
NMEA 2000 Menu/Networking Menu
Your unit may have a NMEA 2000 menu or a Networking menu, depending on the software version installed in your unit. Both menus allow you to perform the same NMEA 2000-related functions. NOTE: Some of the menus shown in this section may differ slightly from the menus in your display unit, but your unit will perform the same functions in a similar manner.

Bus Setup

Selecting Bus Setup from the NMEA 2000 or Networking menu will open the Bus Configuration menu, giving you access to the EngineTank Configuration menu and the NMEA 2000 Devices list. The list, located in the top half of the Bus Configuration menu, shows all devices connected to the network. The Engine-Tank Configuration menu is located in the bottom half of the Bus Configuration menu.
Bus Setup highlighted on the NMEA 2000 menu (left). Bus Setup selected on Networking menu (right).
Engine & Tank Configuration
The Engine-Tank configuration menu is located below the NMEA 2000 Devices list, but will only be accessible if engine- or fuel-related devices are on the network. When choosing an engine-tank configuration you will use the Tank Select menu, Tank Size dialog box and Set Configuration button.
1 Engine/1Tank highlighted on Engine and Tank Configuration menu (left). Starboard highlighted on Tank Select menu (center). Tank Size set to 40 gallons (right). Setting Engine-Tank Configuration:
1. Press MENU twice, use the UP and DOWN keys to highlight NMEA 2000 or NETWORKING and press ENTER. 2. A menu will appear with five options: Bus Setup, Fuel Management, NMEA 2000 Alarms, Waypoint Sharing and Backlight Synchronization. Choose BUS SETUP and press ENTER. 3. Select ENGINE & TANK CONFIG and press ENTER, which will open the Engine & Tank Configuration menu with the following configuration options: 1 Engine/1 Tank, 1 Engine/2 Tanks, 2 Engines/1 Tank, 2 Engines/2 Tanks, 3 Engines/1 Tank, 3 Engine/3 Tanks and Unconfigured Bus. 38
4. Choose the configuration that matches the number of engines and tanks on your vessel and press ENTER. 5. Highlight TANK SELECT and press ENTER, which will open the Tank Select menu. 6. Select a configuration name for the fluid level sensor you want to set up and press ENTER. Highlight the Tank Size dialog box and press ENTER. 7. Input the capacity (gallons) of the tank you chose from the Tank Select menu and press ENTER. 8. Repeat Steps 5-7 for each remaining tank. 9. When all tanks have been configured, highlight the SET CONFIGURATION button and press ENTER. The following confirmation message will appear: Are you sure you wish to change the bus configuration? Choose YES and press ENTER, Press EXIT to return to the main display.

NOTE: Adequate calibration may be achieved without calibrating all three points and you can calibrate the points (Empty Level, Half Level and Full Level) in any order you wish. In the following instructions, we begin calibration with an empty tank.
To execute a 3-Point Calibration:
1. Press MENU twice, select NMEA 2000 or NETWORKING and press ENTER. 2. Highlight BUS SETUP and press ENTER, which will open the Bus Configuration menu. A list of network devices will be at the top of the page. 3. Select the desired fluid level and press ENTER. The Device Configuration menu will appear. 4. Select CALIBRATE and press ENTER to open the Device Calibration menu. 5. Highlight NUM PTS, press ENTER and select 3. Press ENTER. 6. Make sure your fuel tank is empty, highlight FLUID LEVEL and press ENTER. Select EMPTY LEVEL and press ENTER. 7. Highlight CALIBRATE and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Empty Level Calibration Completed. Press ENTER. 8. Add half a tank of fuel, highlight FLUID LEVEL and press ENTER. Select HALF LEVEL and press ENTER. 9. Select CALIBRATE and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Half Level Calibration Completed. Press ENTER.
Calibrate is highlighted on the device configuration menu (left). Calibration menu (right) with instructions listed at the top.

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10. Fill up the tank, highlight FLUID LEVEL and press ENTER. Select FULL press ENTER. 45
11. Highlight CALIBRATE and press ENTER. The following message will appear: Full Level Calibration Completed. Press ENTER, then press EXIT repeatedly to return to the main display. 5-Point Calibration 5-point calibration is best suited tanks that vary greatly in shape from top to bottom. You can begin calibration at any point in the 5-point calibration process. We recommend starting calibration with an empty tank. In a five-point calibration you will set five points: Empty Level, 1 Qtr Level, Half Level, 3 Qtr Level and Full Level.
Num Pts menu with 5-point calibration selected (left). Half level selected on Fluid Level menu (center). Calibration completed window (right).
In a 5-point calibration, you will have four calibration points left after calibrating your tank's Empty Level. To figure out how much fuel you should add for the remaining steps of the calibration process, divide the total capacity of you tank by four. So, if you have a 40-gallon tank, each quarter tank will equate to 10 gallons. NOTE: Adequate calibration may be achieved without calibrating all five points and you can calibrate the points (Empty Level, 1 Quarter Level, Half Level, 3 Quarter Level and Full Level) in any order you wish. In the following instructions, we begin calibration with an empty tank.
To execute a 5-Point Calibration: 1. Press MENU twice, select NMEA 2000 OR NETWORKING and press ENTER.

 

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