The CruiseCommand is an all electronic engine control with LED technology. A plug and play control system, the CruiseCommand processor provides an electronic link integrating your helm mounted engine controls and your engines.
It was developed for vessels with electronically throttled engines and solenoid controlled shifting. Cruise Command systems are preprogrammed at the factory for ease of installation.
Plug-in Installation: With plug connectors, the CruiseCommand makes installation easier, cutting labor
time significantly. Determine cable length, engine and gear requirements and you’re ready to plug in this system. To make it even easier, we’ll provide custom kits to meet specific needs for production builders.
Push Button Set Up: Push button set up makes configuring the parameters for your controls easier than ever before. Simply enter in the parameter code and the processor instantly makes the correct adjustments. Changing configurations at a later time to meet new specifications is just as easy.
Start Interlock: Our neutral start interlock feature prevents engine start up unless controls are on and in neutral and a station is in command.
Sequencing Technology: Speed/shift sequence protection allows shifting from full ahead to full astern in one motion while preventing damage to the engine or gear. Designed with safety in mind, this sequencing technology
allows you to respond instantly to emergency situations.
Synchronization: Engine synchronization is standard on the CruiseCommand processor. Synchronization automatically maintains the same speed on multiple engines, thereby increasing operating efficiency, improving fuel economy and reducing noise and vibration. One lever operation is available, allowing control of multiple engines and transmissions with one lever.
Multiple Control Stations: The processor has the capability of supporting multiple control
stations, which allows use of an optional handheld control unit, in addition to mounted control heads. The CruiseCommand provides connections for four remote control stations.
Built-in Diagnostic Display: The processor features a display unit which provides information
for set up, system status, or diagnostic purposes.
Troll: The processor controls mechanical or electronic trolling valves or ZF Autotroll. This feature controls clutch slippage while maintaining slow engine speed and enhancing fuel economy. A full range of shaft speeds remain available from any station, without additional switches.
Standard Features —
• Fingertip control
• Plug-in connections
• Push button set up
• Built-in diagnostic display
• Easy station transfer
• Station-in-command indicator
• Up to 4 control stations
• Neutral start interlock
• Warm-up mode
• Two idle speeds (high and low)
• Engine synchronization
• One lever operation
• Speed/shift sequence protection
• External alarm interface
• Reduction gear oil pressure interlock
• Self-contained watertight enclosure
• Audible and visual indicators
• Worldwide sales and servicesupport
Optional Features —
• Variety of control head options
• Handheld remote
• Automatic power selector