Scheiber Bloc 7 is an analog input module that is one of the components of the Scheiber Multibloc network used in boats from Lagoon, CNB, Beneteau, Jeanneau, Monte Carlo, Prestige, etc.
Its main function is to accept up to 6 analog voltage inputs from various sensors, fuel, water, and holding tank sending units, batteries, current shunts, etc. The Bloc 7 converts those analog voltage values into to digital values, which it then broadcasts via CAN-bus to the Navicolor informational displays onboard. It can also accept up to 3 digital inputs, and is responsible for injecting power into the CAN-bus network cables, which distribute this power to the other Multibloc devices onboard, including the Navicolor display screens. Without power being supplied by the Bloc 7, other modules may not operate.
This is a replacement part which may have boat-specific software inside, thus you must contact us with your label information and boat model information to confirm the appropriate version. Depending on the configuration of the software, we may not stock your specific part, but we can custom order any version, usually with a very short leadtime. The part number 41.70507 may have an additional suffixes such as .00 or .01, followed by another group of numbers such as 000.000 or 00X.XXX. Please provide us with the complete label information if you have it.
The module offered here does not include any other connected cables or parts, such as the 120Ω terminating resistor, large AMP connector, CAN cables, analog wiring, sensors, etc. These must be purchased separately if required.
Bloc 7 Modules are not returnable, so proper troubleshooting should be conducted prior to ordering. Should you need help with Bloc 7 or other Multibloc component diagnostics, please contact us for assistance and/or troubleshooting information. We are here to help you. See additional helpful manuals below:
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