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    Posted: 08 July 2016 at 10:56
Hi all
Just away on our H345. We are having trouble with our control panel. The water tank shows 100% but it's empty. I can't find a way to reset it. Also diesel shows 100% which is more worrying as I know this can't be full. Any ideas? It's the new 'we' hanse Control panel.
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Hi,
had the same problem.
fuel tank:
1, vdo tank sensor (0-190 ohm) checked; ok and working.
2, wiring to Philippi TCM1 display; checked and ok.
3, wire connection at TCM1 display; checked and wrong connected by Hanse.
4, !very important! calibrated tank sensor reading ad TCM1 display (was not calibrated to tank size!!!)
  [emptied tank and calibrated for every 10 liters the "K"factor of the TCM1]
 
water tank:
1, calira 5 stab sensor, never worked properly. 9 connected by flat 5 wire cable)
2, replaced by Wema tank sensor, connected to (Hanse) pre-wired 2 wire cable and
  switched wiring connection at TCM1 display and re-adjusted TCM1 setting for water tank.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Fendant Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 July 2016 at 08:06
Hi Monty, sounds as if your VDO sensor is stuck in the full Position. These automotive cheapo's do not work reliably in the maritime evironment. The is a drop in replacement from Philippi I described in a former thread. Takes less than 15 mins to install a using the existing 2 wire cable.
 
I also replaced the water tank sensor und used the two outer wires from the 5 wire flat cable Hanse had installed.
 
Both sensors work flawless since 2 years


Edited by Fendant - 09 July 2016 at 08:12
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Hi all;

I had similar issues :

- water gauge showing 100% most times no matter the actual level; it has been replaced under warranty tems by dealer; after a few months I have the same problem. Frank is right, these are cheap components though I don't think any of us would have traded "low" cost for repeated issues.
Water level in the 345 is easy to check visually, as I divided the wooden plank below the bed in smaller chunks, so I decided not to waste my time any longer on the subject.

- my Calira panel passed away time ago and was replaced, under warranty, with new one, the TEV605 as the old one was no longer available; ultimately it required re-cabling and brought some delay to re-fix it.
I soon realized that the fuel reading was showing a consistent 10 % difference with engine on or off, or when connected to shore.
After insisting with dealer, Hanse admitted it was a known bug (so was I told) but left the issue to dealer; we agreed to install a plain VDO gauge and disable reading the level in the panel, to make a long story short.
So in other words, the level values read by the TEV panel (fuel and water btw) were affected by the voltage level

Maybe someday I will install something different as advised by Frank, but I can't help thinking that the quality of many components used by Hanse falls way behind the general very good value of the boat - especially when it comes to sailing and navigation performance, which matters more.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote roy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 July 2016 at 16:01
my calira gauge panel is dead . Calira is also dead.  Hanse is not able to propose solution !!! the hanse sav is very bad . I bought filippi tcm4v in germany because in france is too expensive . I 'll do the replacement the last week. I will give you news soon.

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Thank you for all your responses. This is very useful
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