B. Installation of Additional 12 Volt Equipment
H - 4 110(220) VOLT ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
On the fuse panel, non-factory installed 12 volt acces- Certain Sundowner™ models are equipped with 30
sory equipment can be connected to the “ACC” termi- amp, 110 volt, 60 Hertz (or 15 amp, 220 volt, 50 Hertz)
nal. Accessory equipment can also be wired directly to AC electrical wiring. When the boat is connected to a
a newly installed “ACC” switch on the dash.
shore power outlet, the AC system supplies electrical
power to the following items if so equipped: battery
charger, refrigerator, microwave and outlet(s). The
dockside system uses three-wire, color-coded circuitry.
The black or hot wire is the ungrounded current carrying
conductor. The white or neutral wire is the grounded
current carrying conductor. The green wire, referred to
as the “equipment ground,” is a grounded conductor, and
under normal conditions is not a current carrying wire.
The neutral wires are connected together at a buss bar.
The equipment grounds are similarly connected together
at another buss bar. Each hot wire is connected to, and
protected by, a circuit breaker in the AC cabin panel.
The AC cabin panel is located inside the cabin either
on the aft bulkhead or on the galley bulkhead. See
Be sure to provide proper fuse protection for all
volt equipment that is installed. Accessory
current should be limited to 15 amps if the con-
nection is made to the fuse block. If an “ACC”
switch is used, again the current should be lim-
ited to 15 amps. Gauge(s) and/or 12 volt equip-
ment may operate improperly and cause possi-
ble internal damage at higher levels.
C. Interior Equipment
Four Winns offers a CD stereo as standard equipment
on the all of the Sundowner™ models. The stereo may
include a remote display at the helm. If desired, an
optional stereo remote may be installed at the swim
platform. Generally, the stereo is mounted inside the
cabin, on the aft bulkhead wall, near the cabin step or
at the galley (if applicable). The stereo’s microproces-
sor is coated to help protect it from the elements. The
stereo’s faceplate is water resistant and the quick re-
lease door has a watertight seal. For stereo operation,
please refer to the manufacturer’s manual included in
the owner’s information packet.
On certain model Sundowners, an optional 6-disc CD
changer is available and is located immediately next
to the stereo. For instructions on both the stereo and
optional 6-disc CD changer, refer to the manufacturer’s
operation manual included in the owner’s information
Additionally, certain Sundowner™ models come
equipped with a satellite stereo receiver. Please see
your Four Winns dealer for information and activation.
Figure H3: AC Cabin Panel Locations
Sundowner™ Owner’s Manual
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