How do Morse controls work?

How do Morse controls work?

Starts here6:15Morse MV Style Throttle Control Service – YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip47 second suggested clipAnd then as you continue to press the lever then the throttle comes into play. Same thing forMoreAnd then as you continue to press the lever then the throttle comes into play. Same thing for Reverse you fully engage the transmission. And then the throttle begins to come into play.

Who bought Morse controls?

–Teleflex Incorporated
–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov. 16, 2000–Teleflex Incorporated (NYSE: TFX) announced today that it had signed an agreement to acquire Morse Controls for $135 million in cash. Morse is a leading worldwide supplier of industrial and marine products with annual sales of approximately $150 million.

What is a Morse cable?

Morse is a brand name for the Teleflex Morse manufacturing company in the United States of America. Generally, Morse control cables are used in marine and industrial applications.

How do you adjust a boat throttle lever?

Throttle Adjustment

  1. Loosen the throttle cable adjuster jam-nut with the wrenches. Extend or contract the adjuster until the cable moves the throttle to the idle position.
  2. Push the control lever forward to the “Forward idle” position.
  3. Pull the control lever back, through neutral, into the reverse idle position.

Why do some boats have two throttle controls?

Vince_nj1 Active Member TECHNICAL Contributor. I suspect the reason for separate controls can be traced back to simplicity. It is easier to run one set of cables for the transmission and another for the throttle. That design probably just evolved to become the norm for inboard boats.

How does a single lever Morse control work?

single-lever controls: Dual-function single-lever controls operate both shift and throttle with a single lever. The control mechanism still uses two cables (one for shift and one for throttle), but movement of both cables and control of shift and throttle is achieved through just one lever.

Is Morse controls still in business?

In 1970, the company was sold to Rockwell International, and now operates as the Morse Division of IMO.

Is Morse Marine still in business?

Morse and Teleflex were bought by SeaStar Solutions and their brand names were discountined, but many products are still available under the SeaStar Brand Name. SeaStar was recently purchased by Dometic.

How are Morse control cables measured?

Starts here3:35Teleflex – Measuring a Control Cable – YouTubeYouTube

What are Teleflex cables?

Teleflex is brand name synonymous with marine and industrial control cables. Cable-Tec, manufacture a wide range of marine and industrial control cables for a broad range of applications. If you are not sure what type of Teleflex cable you need, give us a call and we will be glad to help you.

How does a boat gear shift work?

Starts here9:27Boat throttle controls – how they work. Using a boat shifter – YouTubeYouTube

Are all Mercury outboard controls the same?

Fairly common. All depends on how much money you want to spend. The new Gen 2 hardware should all be backwards compatible with your engine. I personally like the Teleflex Extreme cables more than the Mercury standard cables, but they do cost more (usually).

What type of controls are available in the Morse range?

The Morse range features the popular MT3 top mounted control, as well as many other top or side mounted controls. Some controls are designed for single function and some provide engine and gearbox operation in one control, so please ensure you are ordering the correct control for your application. Suitable for single station or dual…

What are Morse cables?

Morse Cables are one of the products Hindle Controls often get asked to supply. Having been a distributor for Kongsberg since they were known as Morse Controls, we are able to quickly and easily reproduce Morse cables as we have the old part numbers and drawings on file and the components in stock to manufacture these cables from scratch.

Where can I find Teleflex Morse type throttle controls?

Diesel Pro carries the largest inventory of Teleflex Morse type throttle controls, top mount single and twin lever models 308601 P and 308602 P which are the industry’s standard most commonly used controls. In this page you will find the boats control selection ranging from single lever single function to twin or double lever dual function.

Who are Teleflex Morse?

Kongsberg Automotive bought out the industrial side of Teleflex Morse, a company formed by the amalgamation of Morse Controls and Teleflex. As we are the UK distributor for Konsgberg Automotive we have access to all the old Morse Cable records allowing us to identify and supply replacement Morse Cables.