ARVIKON LEISURE – Installation Manual

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INSTALLATION MANUAL

Edition date: 2022-10-09


Index

1 Safety and commissioning information 4

1.1 Knowledge of security symbols 4

1.2 General Safety Instructions 4

1.3 Introduction 5

1.4 Operation 5

1.5 Commissioning 5

1.6 Battery replacement 5

2 technical information 6

2.1 Technical data 6

2.2 Physical data 6

2.3 Generic Scheme 6

2.4 Environmental parameters 7

2.5 Maintenance 7

2.6 Installation 7

3 Legal information 8

3.1 Declaration of conformity 8

3.2 Patents and Trademarks 8

4 Connector identification 9

5 Controlled EQUIPMENT 13

5.1 Solar regulator input 13

5.2 Battery charger input 13

5.3 Investor 13

5.4 Lights 13

5.5 Lighting switches 14

5.6 Temperature probes 15

5.7 Clean water probes 16

5.8 Greywater probe 18

5.9 Sewage probe 19

5.10 Permanent power battery engine 19

5.11 D+ / +15 / engine started signal 19

5.12 BLOCK 20 20

5.13 Drain valve and frost control 21

5.14 Greywater emptying valve 22

5.15 BLOCK 24 22

5.16 Boiler and water heaters 23

5.17 Heaters 24

5.18 AUXILIARY TERMINAL 24

5.19 CIBUS/LINBUS 25

5.20 ARVIKONVIEW 25

5.21 CANBUS 26

6 Notes 27

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Safety and commissioning information #

Knowledge of security symbols #

DANGER!

Failure to comply with this notice may result in danger of death or serious physical harm.

Attention and attention icon Danger button danger sign. Security of attention Alarm symbol. Danger Warning Sign In Attention With Symbol Information And CARE!

Failure to respect this notice may cause injury.

ATTENTION!

Failure to comply with this notice may cause damage to equipment and/or connected loads.

General Safety Instructions #

The design of this equipment complies with all applicable safety standards. However, failure to comply with safety regulations can cause damage to people and even to the equipment itself.Do not use the device if you have visible or known damage.

Do not attempt to repair the device if it is not authorized by the manufacturing company. If damage is observed, the equipment must be repaired immediately in an authorized service of ARVIKON®.

DANGER!

Accessible high current equipment.

Risk of serious injury or death by short circuit.

  • Do not make connections to the main terminals under voltage
  • If damage to the terminals is observed, disconnect the equipment immediately
  • Never install the product in areas with water or that may come into contact with liquids
Attention and attention icon Danger button danger sign. Security of attention Alarm symbol. Danger Warning Sign In Attention With Symbol Information And CARE!

High temperatures

  • During operation, the equipment reaches high temperatures that can lead to burns.
  • Never bridge an electronic fuse that is fired.
  • Do not store objects that may burn near the computer (clothes, paper…)
  • Do not touch the internal components of the board until you are without power.

Introduction #

This instruction manual contains all the information on the operation of the system and its proper installation. Be sure to follow the manual for the installation and in case of doubt contact your authorized dealer or service.

Operation #

HANDLING

The equipment is operated exclusively from the ARVIEW control unit, and also from a mobile device or PC. It is never operated on the equipment itself except to perform a HARD RESET on the button located for this purpose.

Icon Automatically generated description PROFESSIONAL SETTINGS

A series of configuration adjustments must be made on the type of batteries, power, etc. in the professional menu. These adjustments should only be made by personnel authorized by ARVIKON® and taking into account the type of installation of the specific vehicle.

A bad adjustment can lead to the malfunction of the equipment and even damage the device or connected equipment.

Commissioning #

Icon Automatically generated description ATTENTION!

Failure to comply with this notice may cause damage to the equipment and/or connected equipment.

  • Make sure the batteries are properly installed with protective fuses
  • Make sure all loads are properly connected
  • Access the professional settings menu and configure the equipment properly
  • Enjoy our system 😊

Battery replacement #

Icon Automatically generated description ATTENTION!

Failure to comply with this notice may cause damage to equipment and/or connected loads.

  • Disconnect the battery from the corresponding terminal from the device.
  • Then change the battery
  • Reconnect the battery to the terminal and make sure you have the appropriate battery type selected (if the battery has been changed)

 

technical information #

Technical data #

ARVI LEISURE ONE

  • Working voltage – 12VDC (For 24VDC request specific device)
  • Total consumption of the set with screen ON: 0.65A
  • Total consumption of the set with screen in SLEEP mode: 0.33A
  • Consumption of the set with screen OFF : 0.11A

Physical data #

DIMENSIONS

  • ARVI LEISURE – 230 X 205 X 70 mm (LA/W/H) including fasteners
  • ARVIEW 7″ – 195 X 150 X 40 mm (LA/W/H) including fasteners
  • ARVIEW 10″ – 290 X 190 X 50 mm (LA/W/AL) including fasteners
  • TOTAL WEIGHT – 2.0 Kg

Generic Scheme #

Environmental parameters #

Operating temperature -20ºC to +50ºC
Storage temperature 20ºC to +70ºC
Humidity Dry environment only
CE and R10 In process
ROHS Yes

Maintenance #

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  • Visual inspection once a year to check that the equipment is clean and dry
  • Dust and lint cleaning from the heatsink and/or central fan

Installation #

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  • Install the ARVIKON® device vertically to favor the exit of the heat and avoid breakdowns due to accidental metal contacts.
  • Install the ARVIEW display in a ventilated location

Legal information #

Declaration of conformity #

ARVIMARINE CONTROL SYSTEMS SL hereby declares that the company is certified by the Automobile Certification Unit (UCA) as a Manufacturer of automotive components.The device complies with the R10 standard under tests carried out in a certified laboratory and pending the processing of the final certification file and obtaining the approval password.
MANUFACTURER ARVIMARINE CONTROL SYSTEMS SLAv. de las Nieves, 21 28935 Móstoles Madrid (SPAIN)
CUSTOMER SERVICE ARVIMARINE CONTROL SYSTEMS SLSAT Department

Av. de las Nieves, 21 28935 Móstoles Madrid (SPAIN)

www.arvikon.com

SAT@arvikon.com

Patents and Trademarks #

The ARVIKON trademark is protected under the protection of the EUIPO with the identification: 018630835

Go to the main page

The ARVIKON CONTROL SYSTEM is patented under the protection of:

GERMANY

Deutsches Patent- und Markenamt

SPAIN

Spanish Officeof Patents and Trademarks
FRANCE

French Patent and Trademark Office (INPI)

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Connector identification #

ARVIKON LEISURE – TOP VIEW

Name of each connector:

1 CANBUS 1 AND 2 21 BLOCK 28 – ANALOG HEATING
2 BLOCK 12 – FRIDGE TEMPERATURE PROBE 22 AUXILIARY TERMINAL – M8
3 BLOCK 10 – INDOOR TEMPERATURE PROBE 23 ARVIEW – SCREEN CONNECTION
4 BLOCK 11 – OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE PROBE 24 BATTERY TERMINAL 2 (AUXILIARY) – M8
5 BLOCK 13 – INFRARED 25 ARVIBUS –UNUSED
6 BLOCK 14 – GREY WATER PROBE 26 TERMINAL BATE 1 (ENGINE) – M8
7 BLOCK 15 – CLEAN WATER PROBE 27 CIBUS – CIBUS/LINBUS EQUIPMENT CONNECTION
8 BLOCK 16 – BLACK WATER PROBE (OPTION) 28 TERMINAL GND – M8
9 BLOCK 19 – SWITCH INPUTS 29 ALUMINIUM HEATSINK
10 BLOCK 17 – 12V BATTERY ENGINE 30 DISSIPATION FAN (ALIM 38)
11 HARD RESET BUTTON 31 BLOCK1 – SOLAR PANEL INPUT
12 BLOCK 18 – D + 32 BLOCK 2 – CHARGER INPUT
13 BLOCK 21 – DRAINAGE VALVE 33 BLOCK 3 – INVERTER OUTPUT
14 BLOCK 20 – 12V CONTINUOUS 34 BLOCK 4 – INPUT 0-10 V
15 BLOCK 22 – WATER PUMP 35 BLOCK 5 – INPUT 4-20 mA
16 BLOCK 24 – GAS SYSTEM 36 BLOCK 7 – LIGHTS 4 5 AND 6
17 BLOCK 23 – EMPTYING VALVE 37 BLOCK 6 – LIGHTS 1 2 AND 3
18 BLOCK 25 – RFU 38 BLOCK 8 – FAN POWER SUPPLY
19 BLOCK 26 – FRIDGE 39 ARVI XPAND CARD
20 BLOCK 27 – ANALOG BOILER 40 12V LIN BUS
BLOCK Pin SIGNAL Use FUSE COLOUR Sec. NOTE
1 1 + SOLAR REGULATOR 20 RED < 6 mm2 Annex 5.1
2 BLACK
2 1 + BATTERY CHARGER 20 RED < 6 mm2 Annex 5.2
2
3 1 + INVERTER 20 RED < 6 Annex 5.3
2 BLACK mm2
4 1 NEGATIVE N.A. 0.2 mm2 Unused
2 SIGN SIGNAL
3 + POSITIVE
5 1 DIGITAL WATER PROBE OR FLOAT N.A. 0.2 Annex 5. 6.2
2 SIGN mm2
3 +
6 1 L1 – KITCHEN 20 BLACK <2.5 Annex 5. 4
2 + RED mm2
3 L2 – BATHROOM BLACK
4 + RED
5 L3 – ROOM BLACK
6 + RED
7 1 L6 – LEDLIGHT 20 BLACK <2.5
2 + RED mm2
3 L5 – EXTERIOR BLACK
4 + RED
5 L4 – LIVING ROOM BLACK
6 + RED
8 1 + DISSIPATION FAN N.A.
2
9 1 RJ11 CANBUS CHANNEL 1 N.A.
2 RJ11 CANBUS CHANNEL 2 N.A.
10 1 NEGATIVE PROBE N.A. BLACK 0.2 Inner probe
2 SIGN PROBE SIGNAL LOVE. mm2
3 + POSITIVE PROBE RED
11 1 NEGATIVE PROBE N.A. BLACK 0.2 External probe
2 SIGN PROBE SIGNAL LOVE. mm2
3 + POSITIVE PROBE RED
12 1 NEGATIVE PROBE N.A. BLACK 0.2 Fridge probeAnnex 5. 5
2 SIGN PROBE SIGNAL LOVE. mm2
3 + POSITIVE PROBE RED
13 1 N.A. Unused
2
3
14 1 SIGN 100% N.A. 1.5 Greywater probeAnnex 5. 7
2 SIGN 75% mm2
3 SIGN 50%
4 SIGN 25%
5 + COMMON
15 1 SIGN 100% N.A. 1.5 Clean water probeAnnex 5. 6
2 SIGN 75% mm2
3 SIGN 50%
4 SIGN 25%
5 + COMMON
16 1 + COMMON N.A. 1.5 Black water probeAnnex 5. 8
2 SING 100% mm2
17 1 IN ENGINE BATTERY N.A. RED 1 mm2 Annex 5. 9
2 IN +15 or D+ RED 1.5 Annex 5.10
18 1 UNUSED N.A.
2 UNUSED N.A.
19 1 + KITCHEN SWITCH N.A. 1.5 Annex 5.11
2 + BATHROOM SWITCH mm2
3 + ROOM SWITCH
4 + SALON SWITCH
5 + OUTDOOR SWITCH
6 + LEDLIGHT SWITCH
20 1 + OPTION A: ALIM. FUEL SIST

OPTION B: BIDIRECTIONAL MOTOR CONTROL

20A RED <6 Annex 5.12
2 BLACK mm2
3 + RED
21 1 DRAINAGE VALVE N.C. 10A BLACK <2.5 Frost control and | drainage Annex 5.13
2 + RED mm2
22 1 WATER PUMP 15A BLACK <4
2 + RED mm2
23 1 + VALVE OPENING 15A <2.5 Valve emptied 3 threads | Annex 5.14
2 COMMON VALVE mm2
3 + VALVE CLOSURE
24 1 + OPTION A: 12V PERMANENT

OPTION B: ELEVATING BED CONTROL

15A RED <2.5 Annex 5.15
2 BLACK mm2
3 + RED
25 1 N.A. <1.5 UnusedAnnex 5.16
2 mm2
3
4
26 1 FRIDGE 15A BLACK <4 Fridge feeding
2 + RED mm2
27 1 + INPUT BOILER 15A RED >1.5<2.5

mm2

Water boiler, see connections according to modelAnnex 5.17
2 GND BOILER BLACK
3 SIGN ON SIGNAL ACCORDING TOMODEL
4 SIGN ON SIGNAL
5 SIGN ON SIGNAL
6 SIGN ON SIGNAL
7 SIGN ON SIGNAL
8 SIGN ON SIGNAL
28 1 SIGN TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT 20A ACCORDING TOMODEL >1.5<2.5

mm2

Calefacción, see connections according to modelAnnex 5.18
2 SIGN TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
3 SIGN INPUT SIGNAL
4 SIGN ON SIGNAL
5 GROUND HEATER BLACK
6 + POSITIVE HEATER RED
Gnd 1 GROUND BLACK >16 Mass battery engine, aux and others
mm2
BAT 1 1 + ENGINE BATTERY RED >16 Protect with proper fuse
mm2
BAT 2 1 + AUXILIARY BATTERY RED >16 Protect with proper fuse
mm2
Aux 1 + TERMINAL FOR POSITIVE AUX 20A RED Annex 5. 19
CIBUS 1 SIGN CONNECTION TO CIBUS EQUIPMENT Annex 5.20
ARVIBUS 1 SIGN CONNECTION TO ARVI EQUIPMENT Annex 5.21
ARVIEW 1 SIGN USB TO ARVIEW DISPLAY Annex 5.22
CANBUS 1 SIGN CONNECTION TO ARVI EQUIPMENT Annex 5.23
12v LINBUS – CIBUS 1 + POWER SUPPLY 12V LINBUS CIBUS LINE <1A Annex 5.20

Controlled EQUIPMENT #

Solar regulator input #

The equipment is NOT a solar regulator: a solar regulator from any manufacturer must be installed and the output that would go to the auxiliary battery must be brought to this connector.
BLOCK 1
  • The fuse only protects the entrance to the plate against short circuit or overcurrent; you must protect the line that reaches the connector.
If you need to control current greater than 20A, you must install the ARVISHUNT expansion.

Battery charger input #

The equipment is NOT a battery charger, a charger from any manufacturer must be installed and bring to this connector the output that would go to auxiliary battery.
BLOCK 2
  • The fuse only protects the input against short circuit or over corrientand must protect the line that reaches the connector.
If you need to control current greater than 20A, you must install the ARVISHUNT expansion.

Investor #

Direct power supply of the inverter
BLOCK 3
  • Fuse-protected output
If you need to control current greater than 20A, you must install the ARVISHUNT expansion.

Lights #

The system has 6 light outputs in 2 blocks. The lights are adjustable by PWM by negative. NO connection to chassis ground: both cables (12V and GND) must be taken directly from the lamp or lamps to the ARVIKON switchboard.
BLOCK 6 and 7
  • Fuse-protected output
Each of the exits is limited to 10A.
If you want to mount physical switches (recommended), follow the instructionsof point 5.5 DO NOT CUT THIS LINE TO INSERT THE SWITCH

Lighting switches #

Through these inputs, we can maintain physical switches at the same time as digital ones acting as switches. To do this, a +12VDC must be brought to the switch and the return of the switch must go to this BLOCK, to its corresponding pin according to the type of lights..
BLOCK 19
  • This input interacts with the data presented on the screen.
As shown in the diagram, the lights go directly to the equipment and the switches on their side to the equipment.
DO NOT CUT OFF THE LIGHT FEED TO INTERSPERSE THE SWITCH

These inputs detect when the switch changes state from 12v to 0v.

When this change is detected, a change from ON to OFF is reflected on the screen and the corresponding light line is acted on, turning it on or off.

Temperature probes #

Indoor temperature probe #

The digital probe is included in the kit.

BLOCK 10
  • This entry will display data on the screen.

Outside temperature probe #

The digital probe is included in the kit.

BLOCK 11
  • This entry will display data on the screen.

Fridge temperature probe #

The digital probe is included in the kit.
BLOCK 12
  • This entry will display data on the screen. (Optional)
This probe is optional mounting , and is configured in the professional settings menu.

Icono Descripción generada automáticamente To install this probe you must drill the refrigerator, being careful not to drill the evaporators. If you have doubts about how to do it, check with the manufacturer since not all fridges have a specific emplacement planned for it.

Clean water probes #

Clean water probe (analog type) #

  • 5 rods threaded from above the tank using the included neoprene nuts.
  • 5 side screws using the included neoprene nuts.
BLOCK 14 and 15
  • This entry will display data on the ARVIEW screen

· Reading by screws #

· Reading by rods #


In case you already have a probe with 4 rods and want to reuse it, you must leave WITHOUT connecting the output number 2, thus having a range of levels of 0, 25, 50 and 100% losing the range of 75%.

Clean Water Probe (Digital Type) #

This system uses digital measurement by float or resistance. The measurement of probes is specified by factory and can NOT be modified. Check the measurements available in the catalog.
BLOCK 5
  • This entry will display data on the screen
  • This data will be used for some SMARTMODES and A.I. functions.

· Float probe 0-180 ohm #

level sensor
BLOCK 5 1 + POWER SUPPLY 5V BLUE
2 SIGN SIGNAL BROWN
3 RESISTANCE BETWEEN PIN 2 AND PIN 3 R 180Ω
Icono Descripción generada automáticamente After installing this model, you must select “0 – 180 ohm” the type of clean water probe , in the professional settings menu

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· Digital probe from the manufacturer CBE #

BLOCK 5 1 + POWER SUPPLY 5V WHITE
2 SIGN SIGNAL GREEN
3 GND BROWN
Icono Descripción generada automáticamente After installing this model, you must select “0 – 180 ohm” the type of clean water probe , in the professional settings menu

Greywater probe #

Greywater probe (Analog type) #

  • 5 side screws using the included neoprene nuts.
BLOCK 14 and 15
  • This entry will display data on the ARVIEW screen

· Reading by screws #


Greywater probe (Digital type) #

This system uses digital measurement by float or resistance. The measurement of probes is specified by factory and can NOT be modified. Check the measurements available in the catalog.
BLOCK 5
  • This entry will display data on the screen
  • This data will be used for some SMARTMODES and A.I. functions.

· Float probe 0-180 ohm #

level sensor
BLOCK 5 1 + POWER SUPPLY 5V BLUE
2 SIGN SIGNAL BROWN
3 RESISTANCE BETWEEN PIN 2 AND PIN 3 R 180Ω
Icono Descripción generada automáticamente After installing this model, you must select “0 – 180 ohm” the type of gray water probe , in the professional settings menu
THIS FEATURE WILL BE AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT Q1 2023.

Sewage probe #

This probe marks 100% of the deposit. It does not have sections.

  • 2 side screws with neoprene nuts (not included in the kit)
BLOCK 16
  • This entry will display a piece of data on the screen
THIS FEATURE WILL BE AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT Q1 2023.

Permanent power battery engine #

It must be a DIRECT battery engine cable, it cannot go through relays, booster or other charging or power cut-off systems.
BLOCK 17 – P 1
  • Pin 1
Icono Descripción generada automáticamente This power is for backup. It is a mandatory cable: without it, the system will not work well when the secondary battery is depleted, especially in installations that carry lithium batteries and / or booster in which such equipment makes a total power cut
Icono Descripción generada automáticamente Attention, this consumption despite being very low, could spend engine battery if the entire housing system is exhausted.

D+ / +15 / engine started signal #


This is a D+ signal, +15 or Started Engine Signal .
BLOCK 17 – P 2
  • This entry will be displayed on the screen when the vehicle is started.
  • Pin 2

 

BLOCK 20 #

· OPTION A: Control of fuel supply systems #

This 12V output allows to activate or deactivate all gas systems such as shut-off valves, piezoelectrics, etc. As well as equipment that can not be handled such as the diesel ceramic hob taking care of the maximum consumption allowed by the output. (15A).

BLOCK 20
  • There are 2 positives and one common negative.
Icono Descripción generada automáticamente DO NOT USE TO POWER THE ARVIEW DISPLAY

· OPTION B: Bidirectional motor handling #

This output will deliver 12V positives on pin 1 when an arrow is pressed and on pin 3 when the opposite is pressed. In addition, the negative (PIN 2) is common for both maneuvers.

BLOCK 20
  • There are 2 positives and one common negative.
Icono Descripción generada automáticamente The appropriate option must be selected in the professional settings menu according to the block number.

Drain valve and frost control #

Drain valve outlet and Frost Control #

This output is provided with 12Vdc to open a drain solenoid valve that must be normally closed (N.C.) (Not included in the kit)

BLOCK 21
  • Fuse-protected output
This valve can be used manually to empty lines and tank, as well as automatically by the A.I. to protect the system from freezing and breakdowns.

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Type of valve required:
WAY OF WORKING: NORMALLY CLOSED (N.C.)

WORKING VOLTAGE: 12VDC

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· Example of assembly with pressure pumps and in-line

· Example of assembly with pressure pump and in-line #

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Greywater emptying valve #

This output is provided with 12Vdc in two terminals to open and close a motorized valve with 3 cables.
BLOCK 23
  • Fuse-protected output
  • This output can be managed from the screen
Drayton Motorised Zone Valve - 2 Port 22mm - 23016Wiring colors will depend on the valve manufacturer.
In case of using a 2-wire emptying valve, an H-bridge with relays should be mounted.

BLOCK 24 #

· OPTION A: Permanent 12V output #

This 12V output is always active for services or consumables where you never want to lose voltage.There are 2 positives and one common negative.
BLOCK 24
  • Fuse-protected output

· OPTION B: Use as an electric liftable bed control #

This output will deliver 12V positives on pin 1 when the climb arrow is pressed and on pin 3 when the opposite arrow is pressed. In addition, the negative (PIN 2) is common for both maneuvers.
BLOCK 24
  • this control appears in the app’s accessory menu
Icono Descripción generada automáticamente The appropriate option must be selected in the professional settings menu according to the block number .

Boiler and water heaters #

Generic Boiler #

This connector allows to handle generic water heating systems.
BLOCK 27
  • Fuse-protected output

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You can use this output to handle the activation of any generic boiler on the market using the output signals of this BLOCK.When the equipment is started from the screen, you will have 12V power on pins 1 and 7, you must respect the current limitation in the table below.

When you turn off the device from the screen, the PIN 7 signal will instantly turn off and the PIN1 signal will remain timed at ON for a few seconds before turning off.

BLOCK 27 1 + FEED 15A
2 MASS
3 SIGN UNUSED
4 SIGN UNUSED
5 SIGN UNUSED
6 SIGN UNUSED
7 SIGN SIGNAL 1A
8 SIGN UNUSED

Other boiler models #

Boiler models of different brands can be handled by analog, digital, CIBUS etc.

Consult the equipment sheets in the document: LIST OF EQUIPMENT

Heaters #

This connector allows to operate heating systems. The wiring arrangement changes depending on the model.
BLOCK 28
  • Fuse-protected output

Generic heater #

You can use this output to handle the activation of any generic heater on the market using the output signals of this BLOCKWhen the equipment is started from the screen, it will have 12V power on pins 6 and 4 You must respect the current limitation in the table below.

In addition, between pins 1 and 2, it has an adjustable resistance output that will vary depending on the temperature set on the screen.

When you turn off the computer from the screen, the PIN 4 signal will instantly turn off and the PIN 6 signal will remain timed at ON for a few seconds before turning off.

BLOCK 28 1 SIGN TEMP ADJUSTMENT Beef
2 SIGN TEMP ADJUSTMENT Beef
3 SIGN INPUT SIGNAL
4 SIGN ON SIGNAL 1A
5 HEATER GROUND
6 + HEATER POSITIVE 15A

Other heater models #

Boiler models of different brands can be handled by analog, digital, CIBUS etc.

Consult the equipment sheets in the document: LIST OF EQUIPMENT

AUXILIARY TERMINAL #

Direct AUXILIARY battery power supply
Aux
  • Fuse-protected output
Install here the auxiliary consumptions that are required.DO NOT USE TO POWER THE ARVIEW DISPLAY

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CIBUS/LINBUS #

This connector is ready to connect equipment with CIBUS communication protocol. Refer to the document: LIST OF EQUIPMENT to see the equipment compatible with this protocol.


In case of using CIBUS equipment, a 12V bridge must be made between block 40 and block 8.

ARVIKONVIEW #

This connector is used to give connectivity to the ARVIKON equipment® with the ARVIKONVIEW display.The cable is supplied with the device. If you want to install a shorter cable, you should use a PIGTAIL quality USB cable.

Icono Descripción generada automáticamente NEVER TWIST WIRES OR WIND THE USB CABLE. IF THERE IS TOO MUCH CABLE, IT SHOULD BE HIDDEN AS STRETCHED AS POSSIBLE.
Icono Descripción generada automáticamente DO NOT GUIDE THE CABLE IN HARNESSES WITH 220V ALTERNATING CURRENT LINES OR GUIDE IT NEAR ALTERNATING CURRENT EQUIPMENT SUCH AS CHARGERS OR INVERTERS.
  • To power the screen, 12VDC and ground are necessary. These should be taken directly from the battery or from the fuse-protected BAT2 terminal.
  • We recommend installing a switch to turn off the screen if you want to be able to to restart it.
  • We recommend installing a USB extension cord to bring one of the USB sockets of the screen itself to the front for some extra ARVIEW services
USB MINI MUST BE INSTALLED ON THE ARVICORE BOARD AND NORMAL USB ON THE ARVIKON VIEW DISPLAY

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CANBUS #

This connector allows you to connect by CANBUS to other equipment both of the ARVIKON brand and of other manufacturers.


Refer to the document: LIST OF EQUIPMENT to see the equipment compatible with this protocol.

Notes #

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