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Calira Sealine switch panel.

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Topic: Calira Sealine switch panel.
Posted By: charentebob
Subject: Calira Sealine switch panel.
Date Posted: 17 July 2018 at 07:54
The led display on my panel has just given up. Does anyone know if it can be replaced without a whole new panel?
Iíve looked on the Hanseís Boatoon site but canít even see the panel.

Nigel



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Posted By: Wayne's World
Date Posted: 17 July 2018 at 10:18
Nigel,

This panel must be the last thing to replace on your boat? Sorry can'e help with any info.


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Wayne W
Cruising, currently in the Mediterranean but heading across the Atlantic early 2020


Posted By: Captain Cook
Date Posted: 17 July 2018 at 11:06
After a lightning strike in 2012 I had my Calira panel repaired at the factory. This type of panel is no longer manufactured.

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Freya Hanse400 #27 from 2006, 40HP Yanmar 3JH4E, Teak deck, 3-blade Flexofold, Aries LiftUp Windvane


Posted By: charentebob
Date Posted: 17 July 2018 at 12:03
Wayne, you are forgetting that the boat should be replaced entirely!


Posted By: Fendant
Date Posted: 17 July 2018 at 14:51
Nigel,
if it is only the LED display, any instrument/electronics repair shop can replace it. Most likely they will use the same model as a replacement.
 
Unfortunately Calira went bellyup and was bought by Truma, specialist for gas heater systems in camping cars. They stopped making the nautic line.
 
Good Luck
Frank


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Frank


Posted By: charentebob
Date Posted: 17 July 2018 at 14:58
Thanks Frank Iíll pursue that line & see if I can find someone to replace the display. Iím hoping itís possible to remove the display as disconnecting the whole panel would be a nightmare.

Nigel


Posted By: Fendant
Date Posted: 17 July 2018 at 15:08
Nigel, disconnecting the panel is not rocket science. I had to do it with my WŁrth panel
You just have to follow a very disciplined procedure after disconnecting all batteries:
 
a) photographing every detail of the panel
b) marking all cables with tape and a color point
c) color coding all connection points accordingly
 
Is there a visible marking on the LED display?
 
Rgds
Frank


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Frank


Posted By: Black Diamond
Date Posted: 17 July 2018 at 19:35
I had a WURTH panel go bad on our new boat.   Its supposed to be fused to a fare-thee-well, but it somehow went  bad when they were replacing the batteries over the winter.    Disconcerting.    That said,  the replacement is pretty easy (its a $700 panel on our boat, but it was under warranty) if (as was said) you are disciplined about what wire went in what port on the board. 

The only thing we found was that the tank monitoring connections had changed.  Hanse had adapters for the tank monitor cables and it was a simple matter of connecting those between the panel and the cable.

FWIW



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Rick
S/V Black Diamond
Hanse 575 Build #192, Hull# 161
Newport, RI


Posted By: charentebob
Date Posted: 25 September 2018 at 14:31
I have good news for anyone who has had the LCD display on their switch panel fail.

I eventually sourced a German company who have supplied me with a new display screen/circuit board. It is identical to the failed unit and should be a simple installation.

The company is called CaBoTron Elektronic OHG, Lerchenfeldstrasse8, D-87600, Kaufbeuren, Germany.
Tel: +49 8341 9764-0
Email: beuro@cabotron.de

The part number details are:
Displaymodul CP20 Kraftst. B3 Ersatazeil

The cost with tracked/signed for shipping was 179.69Ä

Iíll post again when installed to confirm that it works!

Nigel



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