15504-101

Lenco Auto Glide Boat Leveling Systems

Lenco Auto Glide Boat Leveling Systems

Description

The Lenco Auto Glide Boat Leveling System controls your trim tabs from the time you leave your dock until you come home again.

Features

  • Automatically Put Your Boat In The Most Efficient Running Angle
  • Reduce The Amount Of Bow Rise Of Your Boat During Hole Shot Mode
  • Eliminate Bow Porpoising (Bow Bounce)
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The Auto Glide uses engine data and GPS data (depending on your installation method) to drive your boat to the most efficient running angle by adjusting your Lenco trim tabs as needed. This optimum running angle is determined during the set-up process after the installation of your Auto Glide system.

Imagine that your boat's running angle is measured 25 times per second and this data is used by the new Auto Glide control box to:

  • Keep your boat level at all times.



These actions will result in a smoother ride and the best possible fuel efficiency.

The Auto Glide has 3 automatic operational modes, 4 automatic settings, and 2 manual operational modes. Although you will most likely keep your Auto Glide in automatic mode, you may immediately convert to manual mode simply by pressing one of the 4 up/down buttons on the key pad.

The main components are the Auto Glide Key Pad, the Auto Glide Control Box, the Control Box Main Harness, and various cables. These cables connect the Auto Glide system to your engine(s), to your GPS unit, your network, and/or a Stand Alone GPS Antenna/Receiver.

Boat must have Lenco Single Trim Tab System with Lenco Electric Actuators. This is a MUST in all applications.

For Aftermarket Systems:

  • The Lenco Glide System will work on ALL boats with ALL engines. GPS data is used to provide data to control box. Optional connection to NMEA 2000 Network is included.For OEM System:



For OEM System:

  • Connection to analog systems is available.
  • Connection to CANbus-based engines is available. See list below.
  • Boat must have NMEA 2000 GPS network or NMEA 2000 antenna receiver.
  • NMEA 0183 will work, but will have slower signal response. Lenco offers a NMEA 2000 GPS antenna receiver and optional stainless steel mounting bracket.



15504-101 Kit Contains
1 30254-001D Auto Glide Key Pad Control
1 30255-001 Auto Glide Control Box f/ Single Actuator
1 30248-001 Auto Glide Control Box Harness f/ Single Actuator
1 30259-001D CAN bus #1 NMEA2000 Cable - 2.5'
1 30262-001D CAN bus #2 GPS/NMEA 2000 Network Adapter Cable - 2.5'
1 30266-001 NMEA 2000 GPS Antenna Only
3 30267-001D Tee Connector Only
2 30268-001D Terminating Resistor - Female
1 30268-002D Terminating Resistor - Male
1 30281-001D Power Cable - NMEA 2000 Network 2.5'

 

15505-101 Kit Contains
1 30254-001D Auto Glide Key Pad Control
1 30256-001 Auto Glide Control Box f/ Dual Actuator
1 30247-001 Auto Glide Control Box Harness f/ Dual Actuator
1 30259-001D CAN bus #1 NMEA2000 Cable - 2.5'
1 30262-001D CAN bus #2 GPS/NMEA 2000 Network Adapter Cable - 2.5'
1 30266-001 NMEA 2000 GPS Antenna Only
3 30267-001D Tee Connector Only
2 30268-001D Terminating Resistor - Female
1 30268-002D Terminating Resistor - Male
1 30281-001D Power Cable - NMEA 2000 Network 2.5'


Available for these CANbus-based engines:

NMEA2000 Engines

  • Yamaha (Command Link Plus requires NMEA 2000 / Yamaha Gateway P/N:6Y98A2D00000)
  • Evinrude
  • Honda
  • Suzuki
    E
  • Volvo Penta (Non-EVC Engines) (With a Volvo NMEA2000 Gateway - Volvo P/N 3889757)


J1939 Engines

  • Volvo Penta (EVC Engines)
  • Yanmar
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Detroit Diesel
  • John Deere
  • Steyr


SmartCraft Engines

  • Mercury - Verado
  • Mercury - Optimax with SmartCraft ECU
  • Mercruiser with SmartCraft ECU
  • Cummins/Mercruiser w/ SmartCraft ECU

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lenco Auto Glide Boat Leveling Systems 15504-101 Auto Glide Boat Leveling System, Single Actuator Tab System, with Existing NMEA 2000
$1076.80
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Lenco Auto Glide Boat Leveling System f/Dual Actuator Tab Systems w/Existing NMEA 2000 15505-101 Auto Glide Boat Leveling System, Dual Actuator Tab Systems, with Existing NMEA 2000
$1193.13
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Lenco Auto Glide Boat Leveling System f/ Single Actuator Tab Systems 15500-101 Auto Glide Boat Leveling System, Single Actuator Tab System
$1443.88
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Lenco Auto Glide Boat Leveling System f/ Dual Actuator Tab Systems 15501-101 Auto Glide Boat Leveling System, Dual Actuator Tab System
$1671.95
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