||Select a flat surface for the control unit and drill the mounting holes as in diagram 1.
||Thread the wires and antennae coming from the control unit into the dashboard, as shown in the diagram, and then tighten the butterfly nuts.
||Switch on the main windlass switch and check that the common polarity of the Up/Down switches is negative (-)(see diagram 2 or 2a). (In the event the common polarity of the switch is positive (+) (see diagram no. 3).
a) Attach the blue wire to the Up button switch pole.
b) Attach the green wire to the Down button switch pole.
c) Connect the black wire to the negative pole (-).
d) Connect the red wire to the positive pole (+) 12 or 24 volts depend on the boat batteries voltage after the master anchor switch via the 5A fuse.
e) Press the controls' ON/OFF switch to check activation.
f) Switch OFF the main windlass switch.
||Using a 6.2mm drill bit ,drill a hole 6mm deep into the gypsy, spread the sides of the hole with epoxy glue and insert the magnet into the hole till it is level with the surface, then spread a very thin layer of epoxy glue on the surface of the magnet as a moisture seal. Sealing the magnet by epoxy is essential due the high corrosive ambient.
||Find a suitable spot close to the windlass gypsy to attach the sensor, and affix the sensor as per diagrams 4, 5, & 6.
||Attach the sensor in such a way that the gap between the sensor head and the magnet mounted on the gypsy does not exceed 5mm, but is not closer than 1mm, and make sure the arrow on the sensor points towards the bow.
||Drill a 2.5mm wide hole into the deck close to the sensor and thread the antennae wire into it. Seal with silicon and attach the exposed antennae wire above and below the deck using wire clips.
The mechanical installation procedure paragraphs 6, 7, & 8, are only a suggestion, the sensor can be installed in many ways, either horizontally or vertically depending on the type of boat and windlass.