The Engine Warning and Diagnostic System (EWDS)
Designed by Dutton Engineering, when added to our basic temperature and oil pressure warning kit (KTAS_01_191) provides a visual and audio alert to five different engine performance parameters; oil pressure, coolant temperature, raw water flow, fuel pressure, and coil input voltage. The purpose of the EWDS is to alert the operator to any of these engine systems that is malfunctioning (or about to malfunction) so that remedial action can be taken before the fact of an unexpected shutdown. The EWDS cannot be installed unless our basic temperature and oil pressure warning kit has been installed previously.
The EWDS uses the full function and sensors of the standard Moyer Marine Alarm system (KTAS_01_191), and (if installed) the Raw Water Flow Sensor (KTAS_01_563). The Raw Water Flow Sensor is optional, but necessary for full designed function of the EWDS.
Sensor trip points for fuel pressure is factory preset at 1 psi or lower, and the coil voltage trip point is preset at just below 9 volts. Oil pressure and coolant temperature trip points are determined by the Moyer Marine alarm system; 200 degrees and above for the temperature alarm and oil pressure below 6 psi. The raw water flow sensor is set to detect when raw water flow is reduced to a rate just below normal starter RPM (essentially a little more than a trickle).
In-house tests confirmed the light display panel (1.5″ x 3.5″) to be very water resistant and suitable for mounting virtually anywhere within the cockpit.
NOTE: Except for warranty exchange, this electrical part is not returnable.
Manufactured in the USA