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EXPLANATION OF COMPONENTS
The following is an explanation of devices needed for operating the machine.
To perform suitable operations correctly and safely, it is important to completely understand methods of operating
the equipment, and the meanings of the displays.

MACHINE MONITOR

(1)
(2)
(3)

Check before starting screen


Maintenance warning screen
Normal operation screen

(4)
(5)

Normal travel screen


Normal inspection screen

A
B
C

Basic check items


Caution items
Emergency stop items

D
E

Meter display portion


Monitor switch

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MODE SELECTOR SWITCH

CAUTION
Stop all the working equipment before operating the mode selector switch. If the mode selector switch is operated while the work
equipment is moving, the work equipment makes an emergency stop.

This switch (5) is used to switch between travel, work, and


inspection.
(a) Travel: Select this when traveling.
(b) Operation: Select this when carrying out crushing operations.
(c) Inspection: Select this when carrying out inspection operations.

When this switch (5) is operated, the machine monitor display changes as shown below.

(a)
(b)

When in travel mode


When in operation mode

(c)

When in inspection mode

REMARK
If the radio control selector switch (if equipped) has been set to "Radio Control" and it has been made possible to
operate the travel with the radio control transmitter (if equipped), even if operation mode (b) is selected with the
mode selector switch, the machine monitor display will show travel mode (a).

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BASIC ACTUATION OF MACHINE MONITOR


WHEN THERE IS AN ABNORMALITY WHEN STARTING THE ENGINE

(1)
(2)

When in operation mode


When in travel mode

(3)

When in inspection mode

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If there is any abnormality when starting the engine, the check before starting screen (A) changes to the
maintenance interval warning screen (B), warning screen (D), or error screen (E).
After displaying the check before starting screen (A) for 2 seconds, the screen changes to the maintenance
interval warning screen (B).
After the maintenance time warning screen (B) has been displayed for 30 seconds, the screen will switch to the
normal operation screen (C). (The screen corresponding to the position of the mode selector switch is displayed.)
After displaying the check before starting screen (A) for 2 seconds, the screen changes to the warning screen (D)
or error screen (E).

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WHEN AN ABNORMALITY OCCURS DURING OPERATIONS

(1)
(2)

When in operation mode


When in travel mode

(3)

When in inspection mode

If any abnormality occurs during operation, the normal operation screen (A) changes to warning screen (B) or the
error screen (D).
After displaying warning screen (B) for 2 seconds, the screen automatically changes to warning screen (C).

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BASIC CHECK ITEMS

CAUTION
These monitors are not provided for the purpose of guaranteeing the conditions of the machine. Do not solely rely on the monitors
for the daily inspection, but conduct each specified item of the daily inspection without fail.

This displays the basic items that should be checked before starting the engine.
If there is any problem, the appropriate monitor lamp will flash.

A(1) Radiator coolant level monitor


A(2) Engine oil level monitor

A(3) Maintenance time monitor

RADIATOR COOLANT LEVEL MONITOR


Monitor (1) warns the operator that there has been a drop in the
radiator coolant level.
If the radiator coolant is low, the lamp lights up red, so check
coolant level in the radiator and subtank, and add coolant.

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ENGINE OIL LEVEL MONITOR


Monitor (2) warns the operator that the oil level in the engine oil pan
has dropped.
If oil level in the engine oil pan is low, the lamp lights up red, so
check the oil level, and add oil.

MAINTENANCE TIME MONITOR


This monitor (3) lights up red to warn the operator when the set
time has passed from the time of the previous maintenance.
This monitor screen goes out after 30 seconds and switches to the
normal screen.
For details of the method of checking the maintenance time, see
"MAINTENANCE SCREEN SELECTOR SWITCH (PAGE
3-28)".
If it is desired to change settings for the maintenance interval, have
your Komatsu distributor change the settings.

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CAUTION ITEMS

CAUTION
When the warning monitor lamp begins to flash or the revolving warning lamp lights up, check and identify the cause in no time.
If left unattended for some time, it will lead to a failure.

These are items which need to be observed while the engine is running. If any problem occurs, items which need
to be repaired as soon as possible are displayed.
If there is any problem, the appropriate monitor lamp will flash to indicate the location of the problem.

B(1) Charge level monitor


B(2) Fuel level monitor
B(3) Air cleaner clogging monitor

B(4) Engine coolant temperature monitor


B(5) Hydraulic oil temperature monitor

CHARGE LEVEL MONITOR


Monitor (1) warns the operator of an abnormality in the charging
system while the engine is running.
If charging is not being carried out correctly when the engine is
running, the red lamp lights up, and at the same time, all work
equipment stops and the horn sounds.
If the red lamp lights up, check for looseness of the V-belt, and if
there is any abnormality, see "OTHER TROUBLE (PAGE 3-178)".

REMARK
When the starting switch is at the ON position, the lamp is always lighted up, and after the engine started, it goes
out.
When the starting switch is at the ON position, the lamp may light up and the buzzer and horn may sound for a
moment when the engine is started or stopped, but this is not an abnormality.
If the horn sounds, set the fuel control dial to low idling. The horn will stop.

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FUEL LEVEL MONITOR


Monitor (2) lights up to warn the operator the fuel level in the tank
is low.
If the remaining amount of fuel goes down to 80 liters (21.14 US
gal), the light changes from green to red, so add fuel as soon as
possible.

AIR CLEANER CLOGGING MONITOR


Monitor (3) warns the operator of a clogged air cleaner.
If the monitor lights up red, stop the engine, inspect and clean the
air cleaner.

ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE MONITOR


If this monitor (4) lights up white in low temperatures, carry out the
warming-up operation. For details, see "ENGINE WARM UP
(PAGE 3-86)".
Continue the warming-up operation until monitor (4) changes to
green.

HYDRAULIC OIL TEMPERATURE MONITOR


If this monitor (5) lights up white in low temperatures, carry out the
warming-up operation. For details, see "WORK EQUIPMENT
WARM UP (PAGE 3-89)".
Continue the warming-up operation until monitor (5) changes to
green.
REMARK
This monitor is displayed only in the travel mode. In the working
mode, it is not displayed.

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EMERGENCY STOP ITEMS

CAUTION
When this monitor begins to flash or the revolving warning lamp lights up, either stop the engine or reduce the engine speed to
low idling immediately, and then check for the trouble spot and take appropriate actions, if necessary.

These items must be observed when the engine is running. If there is any abnormality, the monitor for the problem
location lights up and the buzzer and horn sound.

C(1) Engine coolant temperature monitor


C(2) Hydraulic oil temperature monitor
C(3) Engine oil pressure monitor

C(4) Emergency stop monitor


C(5) Engine stop monitor

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ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE MONITOR


Monitor (1) warns operator that the engine coolant temperature
has risen.
If engine coolant temperature becomes abnormally high, monitor
lights up red, overheat prevention system is automatically
actuated, and the engine speed goes down.
Stop operations and run engine at low idle until monitor (1)
changes to green.

HYDRAULIC OIL TEMPERATURE MONITOR


Monitor (2) warns operator that the hydraulic oil temperature has
risen.
If monitor lights up red during operations, run engine at low idle or
stop the engine and wait until the oil temperature goes down and
monitor (2) changes to green.

ENGINE OIL PRESSURE MONITOR


This monitor (3) lights up red when the engine lubricating oil
pressure goes below the correct value. At the same time, all the
work equipment stops and the horn sounds. If the monitor lights up
red, stop the engine, and check the lubricating system and oil level
in the oil pan.
REMARK
When the starting switch is at the ON position, the lamp is
always lighted up, and after the engine started, it goes
out.When the engine is started, the buzzer may sound for a
moment, but this is not an abnormality.
When the horn sounds, turn the fuel control dial to the low idling
position. The horn will stop.

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REMARK
Color when the monitor lights up for basic check items, caution items, and emergency stop items are as follows.
Color when monitor lights up
Type of monitor

When
normal

When
At low
abnormal temperature

Radiator coolant level monitor

OFF

Red

Engine oil level monitor

OFF

Red

Maintenance interval monitor

OFF

Red

Charge monitor

OFF

Red

Green

Red

OFF

Red

Engine coolant temperature monitor

Green

Red

White

Hydraulic oil temperature monitor

Green

Red

White

OFF

Red

Fuel level monitor


Air cleaner clogging monitor

Engine oil pressure monitor

EMERGENCY STOP MONITOR


This monitor (4) shows that the emergency stop switch located
around the machine has been pressed and the work equipment
has all stopped. Check that there is no abnormality on the machine
and that the surrounding area is safe, then cancel the switch.

ENGINE STOP MONITOR


This monitor (5) shows that the engine stop switch located on the
control box has been pressed and the engine has been stopped.
Turn the starting switch to the OFF position, check that there is no
abnormality on the machine and that the surrounding area is safe,
then start the machine again.

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METER DISPLAY PORTION

(A)
(B)

Normal operation screen


Normal travel screen

(C)

Normal inspection screen

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

Engine pre-heating monitor


Operating mode monitor
Travel mode monitor
Inspection mode monitor
Engine coolant temperature gauge

(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)

Fuel gauge
Hydraulic oil temperature gauge
Service meter
Crusher actual clearance monitor
Operating status display lamp

PILOT DISPLAY PORTION


When the starting switch is ON, the pilot display lights up when the display items are functioning.

ENGINE PRE-HEATING MONITOR


This monitor (1) indicates the pre-heating time required when
starting the engine at an ambient temperature below 0C (32F).
The monitor lamp lights up when the engine starting switch is
turned to the HEAT position and begins to flash after about 30
seconds to show that the pre-heating is completed. (The monitor
lamp will go off after about 10 seconds)

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OPERATING MODE MONITOR


This monitor (2) shows that the mode selector switch is at working
mode.
It is possible to check the operating condition of each piece of work
equipment and to identify the work equipment that has suffered
excessive load or abnormal load.

TRAVEL MODE MONITOR


This monitor (3) shows the setting for the travel speed.
The monitor display is as follows according to the operation of the
travel speed selector switch.
Lo: Low-speed travel
Mi: Mid-range speed travel
Hi: High-speed travel
This monitor (3) lights up yellow when it is possible to travel. When
the height of the conveyor makes it impossible to accept any travel
command, it lights up red.
For details, see "TRAVEL PREPARATIONS FOR PRIMARY
CONVEYOR (PAGE 3-94)".

INSPECTION MODE MONITOR


This monitor (4) shows that the mode selector switch is at
inspection mode.
The monitor display changes as follows according to the operation
of the crusher selector switch on the control panel.
(a) A: Automatic mode
(b) S: Semi-automatic mode
(c) M: Manual mode
For details of the method of adjusting the clearance for each mode,
see "CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT OF OUTLET CLEARANCE
(PAGE 4-39)".

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METER PORTION
ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGE
This meter (5) shows the engine coolant temperature.
During operation, the indicator should be in black range (A) to (C).
If the indicator enters red range (A) to (B) during operation, the
overheat prevention system is actuated.
The overheat prevention system acts as follows.
Red range (A) position: Engine coolant temperature monitor (1)
lights up red.
Red range (B) position: Engine speed is set to low idling, engine
coolant monitor lamp (C) lights up red, and
at the same time, the alarm buzzer and
horn sound, and all work equipment stops.
To stop the horn, turn the fuel control dial
to the low idling position.
The overheat prevention system works until the temperature enters the black range (A) to (C).
When the engine is started, if the indicator is at position (C), engine water temperature monitor (1) lights up white.
In this case, carry out the warming-up operation. For details, see "ENGINE WARM UP (PAGE 3-86)".

FUEL GAUGE
This meter (6) displays the level of the fuel in the fuel tank. During
operations, the indicator should be in the black range.
If the indicator enters red range (A) during operations, there is less
than 110 liters (29.06 US gal) of fuel remaining in the tank, so
check and add fuel.
REMARK
When the indicator reaches red range (B), there is less than 80
liters (21.14 US gal) of fuel remaining.
When the indicator is in the red range (B), fuel level monitor (D)
lights up red.
If the indicator enters the red range (A) to (B), do not carry out
operations on steep slopes. There is danger of the engine stalling.
The correct fuel level may not be displayed for a short time when
the starting switch is turned ON, but this is not an abnormality.

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HYDRAULIC OIL TEMPERATURE GAUGE


This meter (7) shows the hydraulic oil temperature.
During operation, the indicator should be in black range (A) to (C).
If the indicator enters red range (A) during operation, the hydraulic
oil temperature is more than 102 C (215.6 F). Run the engine at
low idling or stop it and wait until the hydraulic oil temperature goes
down.
REMARK
The hydraulic oil temperature when the indicator enters red range
(A) is as follows.
Red range (A) position: More than 102 C (215.6 F)
The hydraulic oil temperature monitor
lights up red.
Red range (B) position: More than 105 C (221.0 F)
The hydraulic oil temperature monitor
lights up red and the alarm buzzer sounds
at the same time.
If the indicator is at position (C) when the engine is started, the
hydraulic oil temperature is less than 25 C (77.0 F) and hydraulic
oil temperature minitor (1) lights up white. When this happens, see
"WORK EQUIPMENT WARM UP (PAGE 3-89)" and carry out the
warming-up operation.

SERVICE METER
This monitor (8) shows the total hours of operation of the machine.
Use the time display to set the periodic maintenance intervals.
When the starting switch is at the ON position, the service meter
advances even if the machine is not moving. The reading of the
meter advances by 1 for every hour of operation, regardless of the
engine speed.

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CRUSHER ACTUAL CLEARANCE MONITOR


This monitor (9) displays the clearance at the discharge port when
the crusher jaw and fixed teeth are fully opened (O.S.S.
clearance).
REMARK
On this display, value (A) and the color of backlighting (B)
change according to the O.S.S. clearance value.
The O.S.S. clearance display value may not be exactly the
same as the actual measured value.

O.S.S. clearance
0 - 55 mm
(0 - 2.167 in)
55 - 100 mm
(2.167 - 3.940 in)
100 - 200 mm
(3.940 - 7.880 in)
More than 200 mm
(More than 7.880 in)

Operation
Crushing operations impossible
Only concrete crushing operations possible
Crushing operations possible
Crushing operation is impossible

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OPERATING STATUS DISPLAY LAMP


This lamp (10) display is as shown in the diagram on the right when
the working mode is selected with the mode selector switch on the
control panel. It is possible to confirm the operating status of each
piece of work equipment and to identify the work equipment that
has suffered excessive load or abnormal load.
(a) Crusher status confirmation lamp
(b) Grizzly feeder status lamp
(c) Conveyor status lamp
(d) Magnetic separator status lamp (if equipped)
(e) Muck discharge conveyor status lamp (if equipped)
The status display by the lamps is as shown in the table below.

Stop
Normal rotation
drive
Reverse rotation
drive
Overload
Abnormal load

Magnetic
separator
(if equipped)

Muck discharge
conveyor
(if equipped)

Transparent

Transparent

Transparent

Transparent

Red lamp
lights up

Red lamp
flashed
Red lamp
lights up

Conveyor

Crusher

Feeder

White lamp
lights up
White lamp
lights up

White lamp
lights up
White lamp
lights up
White lamp
lights up
Red lamp
flashed
Red lamp
lights up
Red lamp
flashed

White lamp
lights up
White lamp
lights up

Red lamp
flashed
Red lamp
lights up

Crusher abnormal
load

Reducing overload

Crusher operation
prohibited period
after adjusting
clearance

Red lamp
flashed

Red lamp
flashed
Green lamp
flashed

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MONITOR SWITCH UNIT

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)

Return switch
UP and numeral input (+) switch
DOWN and numeral input (-) switch
Input confirmation switch
Liquid-crystal monitor adjustment switch
Maintenance screen selector switch
Crusher clearance increase switch
Crusher clearance decrease switch

(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)

Crusher manual reverse rotation switch


Crusher manual normal rotation switch
Conveyor manual normal rotation switch
Conveyor manual reverse rotation switch
Buzzer cancel switch
Crusher speed setting screen selector switch
Feeder speed setting screen selector switch
Crusher load setting screen selector switch

RETURN SWITCH
This switch (1) has a function to return the current display to the
immediately foregoing one. It works in displays of the maintenance
mode as well as brightness and contrast adjusting mode. Every
time the switch is pressed in those modes, a display in the screen
continuously returns to the immediately foregoing one.

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UP/DOWN SWITCH AND NUMERAL INPUT (+/-) SWITCH


1. These switches (2) and (3) function to move the cursor on the
screen display up and down.
(2) UP
(3) DOWN
Each time this switch is pressed, the cursor moves. The
screen display is highlighted to match this.
2. This switch is used to input the values when adjusting the
crusher clearance (all automatic/automatic).
(2) Increase input
(3) Decrease input

INPUT CONFIRMING SWITCH


This switch (4) has a function to determine selected contents in the
display. It works in the maintenance mode as well as in the
brightness and contrast mode. Press the switch in those modes
and the selected contents are determined.

LIQUID-CRYSTAL MONITOR ADJUSTMENT SWITCH


This switch (5) is used when adjusting brightness and contrast of
the display in the screen.

When this switch is pressed, the display in the screen changes to


the selective display for brightness and contrast adjustment as
shown at right.

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BRIGHTNESS ADJUSTMENT
1. Press either UP switch (2) or DOWN switch (3) to call the
brightness adjusting monitor.

2. When the display in the screen is changed to brightness


adjusting monitor, press either UP switch (2) or DOWN switch
(3) for desired brightness.
3. When selecting the desired brightness is finished, press input
confirmation switch (4).

CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT
1. Press either UP switch (2) or DOWN switch (3) to call the
contrast monitor.

2. When the display is changed to the contrast monitor, press


either UP switch (2) or DOWN switch (3) for desired contrast.
3. When selecting the desired contrast is finished, press input
confirmation switch (4).

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MAINTENANCE SCREEN SELECTOR SWITCH


Switch (6) is used to check the time remaining until
maintenance.

When switch (6) is pressed, screen on the monitor display


changes to the maintenance screen, as shown in diagram on
the right.
The time remaining until maintenance is indicated by the color of
each monitor display. After confirming the maintenance time,
perform the maintenance.
White display: More than 30 hours remaining until maintenance
Yellow display: Less than 30 hours remaining until maintenance
Red display : Maintenance time has already passed
NOTICE
1. If the monitor display changes to the maintenance warning screen when
the engine is started or when the machine is being operated, stop
operations immediately. When this happens, the monitor
corresponding to the maintenance warning screen will light up red.
2. Press switch (6) to display the maintenance screen and check that there
is no abnormality in any other monitor.
3. If another monitor is lighted up red on the maintenance screen, carry out
maintenance for that item also.

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Maintenance display items are as follows:


Monitor
No.

Maintenance items

Initial
setting
screen(H)

01

Change engine oil

500

02

Replace engine oil filter

500

03

Replace fuel main filter

1000

04

Replace hydraulic oil filter

1000

05

Replace hydraulic tank breather

500

06

Replace corrosion resister


(if equipped)

07

Check damper case oil, add oil

1000

08

Change final draive case oil

2000

10

Change hydraulic oil

5000

27

Change feeder excitation machine oil

1000

28

Change crusher motor case oil

1000

41

Replace fuel pre-filter

500

If it is desired to change settings for the maintenance interval, have your Komatsu distributor change the settings.
The method of checking time remaining until maintenance is as follows:
1. Look at the maintenance screen and press the UP switch (2) or
DOWN switch (3) on the monitor switches to select the item.
(The selector monitor is highlighted in black.)

2. After selecting the monitor item, press input confirmation


switch (4). The display changes to the time remaining to
maintenance.
(If return switch (1) is pressed, the screen returns to the
previous screen.)

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3. Confirm the time remaining to maintenance.


(a): Time remaining to maintenance
(b): Initial set time for maintenance
When checking only the time remaining to maintenance, press
return switch (1) twice.
The screen returns to the monitor screen for normal
operations.
To cancel the time remaining to maintenance and return to the
initial set time, press input confirmation switch (4). The screen
switches to the initial set screen.
4. After checking the time on the initial set time screen, press
input confirmation switch (4).
The screen returns to the maintenance screen.
(If return switch (1) is pressed, the screen returns to the
previous screen.)

CRUSHER CLEARANCE DECREASE SWITCH


If this switch (7) is kept pressed, the discharge port clearance of the
jaw crusher becomes larger.

CRUSHER CLEARANCE INCREASE SWITCH


NOTICE
Operate this switch only after confirming that no debris or earth remains
inside the crusher chamber.
If this switch (8) is kept pressed, the discharge port clearance of the
jaw crusher becomes smaller.

REMARK
Switches (7) and (8) are effective only when the mode selector switch on the control panel is at inspection mode and
the crusher clearance adjustment mode is at manual mode.

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CRUSHER MANUAL REVERSE ROTATION SWITCH


This switch (9) is used during maintenance and inspection of the
jaw crusher or to escape from the bridging or blocking condition.
It is used when adjusting the discharge port clearance of the jaw
crusher, or when carrying out operations to position the flywheel
(inching operation).
It can also be used to together with the starting switch for manual
operation of the jaw crusher (normal rotation) (10) to make it easier
to remove foreign material from the discharge port of the jaw
crusher.
When using this switch, set the engine speed at low idling.

CRUSHER MANUAL NORMAL ROTATION SWITCH


This switch (10) is used during maintenance and inspection of the
jaw crusher or to escape from the bridging or blocking condition.
The function is the same as the manual reverse rotation switch (9),
but when the discharge port of the jaw crusher is clogged with
foreign material, this switch can be pressed after stopping the jaw
crusher to make it easier to remove the foreign material.

REMARK
While these switches are kept pressed, the jaw crusher rotates in the normal direction or reverse direction.
Switches (9) and (10) are effective only when the mode selector switch on the control panel is at working mode
or inspection mode.

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CONVEYOR MANUAL NORMAL ROTATION SWITCH

CAUTION
Use the conveyor manual switch for operations only when an abnormality has occurred in the conveyor or when carrying out
inspection, maintenance, or repair, and use it only for inching operations. When carrying out this operation, check that the area
around the conveyor is safe.

While this switch (11) is kept pressed, the conveyor rotates in the
normal direction.

CONVEYOR MANUAL REVERSE ROTATION SWITCH


While this switch (12) is kept pressed, the conveyor rotates in the
reverse direction.

REMARK
Switches (11) and (12) are effective only when the mode selector switch on the control panel is at inspection mode.

BUZZER CANCEL SWITCH


NOTICE
If the engine starting switch is turned OFF because some abnormality has
been noticed in the machine, and turned ON again, the buzzer sounds,
unless that abnormality has not been removed.
This switch (13) is used to stop the alarm buzzer when an
abnormality has occurred in a warning item during operation of the
engine.

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CRUSHER SPEED SETTING SCREEN SELECTOR SWITCH


This switch (14) is used to adjust the rotating speed of the crusher.
When numeral input switch (3) is pressed, the scale goes down in
direction (A).
When numeral input switch (2) is pressed, the scale goes up in
direction (B).
(A) Rotating speed at minimum (MIN): Whole scale is reduced in
direction (A)
(B) Rotating speed at maximum (MAX): Whole scale is increased
in direction (B)

FEEDER SPEED SETTING SCREEN SELECTOR SWITCH


This switch (15) is used to change the vibration speed of the grizzly
feeder and to adjust the feed speed for rubble and rock.
When numeral input switch (3) is pressed, the scale goes down in
direction (A).
When numeral input switch (2) is pressed, the scale goes up in
direction (B).
(A) Feed speed at minimum (MIN): Whole scale is reduced in
direction (A)
(B) Feed speed at maximum (MAX): Whole scale is increased in
direction (B)

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CRUSHER LOAD SETTING SCREEN SELECTOR SWITCH


This switch (16) is designed to maintain the charge ratio inside the
crusher chamber to around 60% under any working conditions and
to enable the crusher to display the maximum operating capacity.
With the scale, it is possible to adjust the feed speed from the
grizzly feeder to the crusher.
When numeral input switch (3) is pressed, the scale goes down in
direction (A).
When numeral input switch (2) is pressed, the scale goes up in
direction (B).
After starting operations, check the charge ratio of the crusher for
around one hour and adjust the crusher load setting to the optimum
position.

Guideline for adjusting scale


(A)SOFT<------------------------------------------------------>HARD(B)
Concrete rubble

Andesite

Granite

Limestone

Sandstone

Basalt
Greywacke

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1SHOP MANUAL

BR580JG-1

Machine model

Serial number

BR580JG-1

1001 and up

30 Testing and adjusting

Testing and adjusting, Part 2


Special functions of machine monitor ............................................................................................................. 2

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Special functions of machine monitor

[1]: Figure input switch 1


[2]: Figure input switch 2
[3]: Figure input switch 3
[4]: Figure input switch 4
[5]: Figure input switch 5
[6]: Figure input switch 6
[7]: Figure input switch 7
[8]: Figure input switch 8
[9]: Figure input switch 9
[0]: Figure input switch 0

[ ]: Decimal point input switch


[ ]: Return switch
[E]: Upward move switch
[R]: Downward move switch
[ ]: Input confirmation switch

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Ordinary functions and special functions of machine monitor


The machine monitor has the ordinary function and special functions and displays information of various
types on the multi-display.
Some items are displayed automatically and others are displayed through the switch operations according to
the internal setting of the machine monitor.
q
Ordinary functions: Operator menu
The functions in this mode are displayed ordinarily. Display and setting of these functions are available
from the operator's switch operations.
q
Special functions: Service menu
The functions in this mode are not ordinarily displayed. Display and setting of these functions are available from the serviceman's operations of the special switches.
This mode is used for special setting, testing, adjusting or troubleshooting.
Operator menu

Service menu

1 Password input and setting function


2 KOMATSU logo display screen

20 Function of monitoring [01]


21

3 Check before starting function

Function of abnormality record [02]

Electrical systems
Mechanical systems

4 Maintenance display function

22 Function of maintenance record [03]

5 Caution items display function

23 Function of maintenance mode change [04]

6 Function of travel mode

24 Function of phone number entry [05]

7 Function of working mode

25

8 Function of testing mode

Function of default
[06]

Language
Unit

9 Function of setting feeder speed

Pump absorption torque

10 Function of setting crusher speed

Adjustment of feeder speed

11 Function of setting crusher load

Adjustment of crusher speed


and the other work equipments
speed

26
12

Display's brightness and contrast adjusting function

Function of adjustment [07]

Initialization of clearance potentiometer

13 Check of maintenance information function

Option registration

14 Service meter display function

Hi idle speed in working mode

15 Caution generation display function

27 Function of cylinder cut-out operation [08]

16 User code display function

28 Function of no injection cranking [09]

17 Failure code display function

29 Function of crusher clearance record [10]

18 Function of monitoring emergency stop

30 Function of lock cylinder slip record [11]

19 Function for conveyor position display

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Operation of operator menu and display


(outline)
a

This section introduces only the outline of the


operator menu. For details on the contents and
operation steps of each menu, refer to the
Operation and maintenance manual or the
chapter of Structure, function and maintenance standard in this shop manual.

1.

Password input and setting function


Password input screen is displayed as the
starting switch is turned ON.
a Above display is available only when the
password function is selected.

2.

3.

Check before starting function


Check before starting screen is displayed for 2
seconds succeeding to display of KOMATSU
logo.

4.

Maintenance display function


Succeeding to display of the check before
starting screen, a maintenance mark appears
for 30 seconds pointing the oil or filter whose
specified maintenance time has already
expired or going to expire soon.
a Above display is available only when the
maintenance function is selected.

KOMATSU logo display screen


KOMATSU logo is displayed for 2 seconds as
a password is entered (as a password is specified) or the starting switch is turned ON.

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5.

Caution items display function


Succeeding display of the check before starting sc r een, an appl ic able cau tion mark
appears pointing a check before starting item
on which a problem was found.

6.

Function of travel mode


If the travel mode is selected with the mode
selector switch of the main control box, the Hi,
Mi or Lo speed is displayed according to the
setting of the travel speed selector switch of the
upper control box.

7.

Function of working mode


If the working mode is selected with the mode
selector switch of the main control box, the
operator can check the operating condition of
each work equipment unit and specify the work
equipment that is overloaded or loaded abnormally.
q
If the hydraulic oil temperature is abnormally high, the travel mode display screen
is selected forcibly.

8.

Function of testing mode


If the testing mode is selected with the mode
selector switch of the main control box, the
screen changes according to the position of
Manual (M), Semiauto (S), or Auto (A) selected
with the crusher clearance adjustment mode
selector switch of the main control box, then
the operator can adjust the crusher clearance
in each mode.
q
If the hydraulic oil temperature is abnormally high, the travel mode display screen
is selected forcibly.

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Function of setting feeder speed


The operator can adjust the feeder speed with
the feeder speed setting switch of the machine
monitor.
A: Feeding speed is minimum
B: Feeding speed is maximum

11. Function of setting crusher load


The operator can adjust the crusher load with
the crusher load setting switch of the machine
monitor.
A: Load is set to minimum.
B: Load is set to maximum.

10. Function of setting crusher speed


The operator can adjust the crusher speed with
t he cr us he r s pee d s et tin g s wi tc h o f t he
machine monitor.
A: Speed is minimum
B: Speed is maximum

12. Display's brightness and contrast adjusting


function
The screen adjustment switches allow adjusting the display brightness and contrast.

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13. Check of maintenance information function


The maintenance switch allows checking
detailed information of the maintenance items
(specified maintenance time and elapsed
time). It also allows resetting after the maintenance.
a Setting and resetting of the maintenance
function as well as setting of the maintenance time is done from the service menu.

14. Service meter display function


Display of the service meter alone becomes
available by operating the following switches
after the starting switch is turned OFF.
q
Switch operation: [ ] + [E]
(Simultaneous operation)

15. Caution generation display function


If a caution is warned for a caution item, applicable symbol mark is displayed large for 2 seconds and then it remains on the screen in a
smaller size until the trouble is eliminated.

16. User code display function


If a trouble occurs on the machine, an applicable user code is automatically displayed
depending on the seriousness of the trouble in
order to alert the operator to take an appropriate action.
a Operating any switch while an user code
is on the screen, switch the failure code
display screen (see Item 17).

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User codes and actions requested to operator

User code

Failure mode

Action

E02

PC-EPC valve error

Pump control malfunctions and have inspection carried out


immediately.

E10

Engine controller power source error


Engine controller drive system circuit
error
(engine stopped)

Have inspection carried out immediately.

E11

Engine controller system error


(Output reduced to protect engine)

Operate machine to a safe posture and have inspection carried out immediately.

E14

Throttle system error

Operate machine to a safe posture and have inspection carried out immediately.

E15

Engine sensor (coolant temperature, fuel


Operations are possible, but have inspection carried out
temperature and oil pressure) system
immediately.
error

E0E

Network error
Pump controller solenoid power source
error

Operate machine to a safe posture and have inspection carried out immediately.

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17. Failure code display function


Operating the following switch while an user
code is on the screen, sequentially displays
the failure code, the phone mark (if registered)
and phone number (if registered).
q
Switching operation: ( )

(3) Telephone number

E02

B JZ 138 28

The screen display sequentially changes


as shown below.
(1) Failure code

The telephone mark and telephone number are displayed only when the telephone
number is registered to the machine monitor.
Registration, correction or deletion of a
telephone number is done from the service menu.
For detailed information of failure codes,
see the Failure code table.

(2) Telephone symbol mark

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Failure code table


User
code

Failure
code

Failure contents

Alarm
buzzer

Applicable
equipment

History
classification

7RC1KB Short circuit conveyor ON switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RC2KA Disconnection in conveyor OFF switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RC5KB Short circuit in feeder ON switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RD2KB Short circuit in discharge conveyor reverse solenoid

W/E

Electrical system

7RD2KZ Disconnection or short circuit in discharge conveyor reverse solenoid

W/E

Electrical system

7RE1KB Short circuit in crusher ON switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RE2KA Disconnection in crusher OFF switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RE6KB Short circuit in muck discharge conveyor ON switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RE7KA Disconnection in muck discharge conveyor OFF switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RE8KB Short circuit in magnetic separator ON switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RE9KA Disconnection in magnetic separator OFF switch

W/E

Electrical system

7REAKB Short circuit in accessory input 1 circuit

W/E

Electrical system

7REDMA Abnormality in conveyor pressure sensor

W/E

Electrical system

7REEMA Abnormality in muck conveyor pressure sensor

W/E

Electrical system

7REHKB Short circuit in accessory input circuit 2

W/E

Electrical system

7RENKZ Abnormality in clearance potentiometer

W/E

Electrical system

7REPKA Disconnection in feeder OFF switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RESKB Short circuit in one-touch start switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RETKA Disconnection in one-touch stop switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RF2KA Disconnection in crusher forward EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RF2KB Short circuit in crusher forward EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RF2KY Short circuit in crusher forward EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RF3KA Disconnection in crusher reverse EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RF3KB Short circuit in crusher reverse EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RF3KY Short circuit in crusher reverse EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RF4KA Disconnection in feeder forward EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RF4KB Short circuit in feeder forward EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RF4KY Short circuit in feeder forward EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RF8KA Disconnection in accessory 2 EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RF8KB Short circuit in accessory 2 EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RF8KY Short circuit in accessory 2 EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RFAKY Short circuit in engine stop relay

W/E

Electrical system

7RFAKZ Disconnection or short circuit in engine stop relay

W/E

Electrical system

7RFBKB Short circuit in muck conveyor solenoid

W/E

Electrical system

7RFBKZ Disconnection or short circuit in muck conveyor solenoid

W/E

Electrical system

7RFHKA Disconnection in conveyor forward EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RFHKB Short circuit in conveyor forward EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RFHKY Short circuit in conveyor forward EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RFKKB Short circuit in lock cylinder pull relay

W/E

Electrical system

7RFKKY Short circuit in lock cylinder pull relay

W/E

Electrical system

7RFLKA Disconnection in accessory 1 EPC solenoid

W/E

Electrical system

7RFLKB Short circuit in accessory 1 EPC solenoid

W/E

Electrical system

7RFLKY Short circuit in accessory 1 EPC solenoid

W/E

Electrical system

7RFMKY Short circuit in abnormal pressure relay

W/E

Electrical system

7RFMKZ Disconnection or short circuit in abnormal pressure relay

W/E

Electrical system

7RFNKA Disconnection in lock cylinder unlock solenoid valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RFNKB Short circuit in lock cylinder unlock solenoid valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RFNKY Short circuit in lock cylinder unlock solenoid valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RFPKB Short circuit in lock cylinder push relay

W/E

Electrical system

7RFPKY Short circuit in lock cylinder push relay

W/E

Electrical system

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Failure
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Failure contents

Alarm
buzzer

Applicable
equipment

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7RGAMA Abnormality in 2nd conveyor pressure sensor

W/E

Electrical system

7RJAKA Disconnection in travel lock EPC solenoid valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RJAKB Short circuit in travel lock EPC solenoid valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RJAKY Short circuit in travel lock EPC solenoid valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RJDMA Abnormality in crusher forward pressure sensor

W/E

Electrical system

7RJEMA Abnormality in crusher reverse pressure sensor

W/E

Electrical system

7RJLKA Disconnection in magnetic separator EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RJLKB Short circuit in magnetic separator EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

7RJLKY Short circuit in magnetic separator EPC valve

W/E

Electrical system

W/E

Mechanical system

7RJPKB Short circuit in radio control work-mode switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RJQKB Short circuit in radio control travel-mode switch

W/E

Electrical system

7RJRKB Short circuit on travel signal

W/E

Electrical system

7RJSMA Abnormality in magnetic separator pressure sensor

W/E

Electrical system

AA10NX Air cleaner Clogging

MON

Mechanical system

MON

Mechanical system

ENG

Mechanical system

7RJMMW Lock cylinder slipping

AB00KE Charge voltage too low


B@BAZG Engine oil pressure too low

B@BAZK Engine oil level reduction

MON

Mechanical system

B@BCNS Engine coolant overheat

ENG

Mechanical system

B@BCZK Radiator coolant level reduction

MON

Mechanical system

B@HANS Hydraulic Oil Overheat

MON

Mechanical system

E11

CA111

ECM Critical Internal Failure

ENG

Electrical system

E10

CA115

Eng Ne and Bkup Speed Sens Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA122

Chg Air Press Sensor High Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA123

Chg Air Press Sensor Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E14

CA131

Throttle Sensor High Error

ENG

Electrical system

E14

CA132

Throttle Sensor Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA135

Eng Oil Press Sensor High Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA141

Eng Oil Press Sensor Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA144

Coolant Temp Sens High Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA145

Coolant Temp Sens Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA153

Chg Air Temp Sensor High Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA154

Chg Air Temp Sensor Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA187

Sens Supply 2 Volt Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA221

Ambient Press Sens High Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA222

Ambient Press Sens Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA227

Sens Supply 2 Volt High Error

ENG

Electrical system

CA234

Eng Overspeed

ENG

Mechanical system

E15

CA238

Ne Speed Sens Supply Volt Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA263

Fuel Temp Sensor High Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA265

Fuel Temp Sensor Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA273

PCV2 Short Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA274

PCV2 Open Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA322

Inj #1 (L#1) Open/Short Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA323

Inj #5 (L#5) Open/Short Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA324

Inj #3 (L#3) Open/Short Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA325

Inj #6 (L#6) Open/Short Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA331

Inj #2 (L#2) Open/Short Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA332

Inj #4 (L#4) Open/Short Error

ENG

Electrical system
Electrical system

E10

CA342

Calibration Code Incompatibility

ENG

E10

CA351

INJ. Drive Circuit Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA352

Sens Supply 1 Volt Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

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Failure
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E15

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Alarm
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equipment

History
classification

Sens Supply 1 Volt High Error

ENG

Electrical system

Failure contents

E10

CA441

Battery Voltage Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E10

CA442

Battery Voltage High Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA449

Rail Press Very High Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA451

Rail Press Sensor High Error

ENG

Electrical system
Electrical system

E11

CA452

Rail Press Sensor Low Error

ENG

E15

CA553

Rail Press High Error

ENG

Electrical system

CA554

Rail Press Sensor In Range Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA559

Rail Press Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA689

Eng Ne Speed Sensor Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA731

Eng Bkup Speed Sens Phase Error

ENG

Electrical system

E10

CA757

All Persistent Data Lost Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA778

Eng Bkup Speed Sensor Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA1228

EGR Valve Servo Error 1

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA1625

EGR Valve Servo Error 2

ENG

Electrical system

E0E

CA1633

CAN Communication Error (engine controller)

ENG

Electrical system

E14

CA2185

Throt Sens Sup Volt High Error

ENG

Electrical system

E14

CA2186

Throt Sens Sup Volt Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA2249

Rail Press Very Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA2271

EGR Valve Lift Position Sens High Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA2272

EGR Valve Lift Position Sens Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA2351

EGR Valve Sol Current High Error

ENG

Electrical system

E11

CA2352

EGR Valve Sol Current Low Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA2555

Grid Heater Relay Open Error

ENG

Electrical system

E15

CA2556

Grid Heater Relay Short Error

ENG

Electrical system

D162KY Short circuit in horn relay

W/E

Electrical system

D162KZ Disconnection or short circuit in horn relay

W/E

Electrical system

E0E

E0E

E0E

DA22KK Solenoid power source too low

DA25KP Abnormality in pressure sensor power source


DA2RMC CAN communication error (work equipment and pump controller)

DA2SKQ Abnormality in model code input


DAFRMC CAN communication error (monitor controller)

DDA6KA Disconnection in engine stop switch

PUMP

Electrical system

PUMP

Electrical system

PUMP

Electrical system

PUMP

Electrical system

MON

Electrical system

W/E

Electrical system
Electrical system

DGH2KB Short circuit in hydraulic oil temperature sensor

MON

DHPAMA Abnormality in F pump pressure sensor

PUMP

Electrical system

DHPBMA Abnormality in R pump pressure sensor

PUMP

Electrical system

DUB0KY Short circuit in beacon solid state relay

W/E

Electrical system

W/E

Electrical system

E02

DXA0KA Disconnection in PC-EPC Solenoid

DUB0KZ Disconnection or short circuit in beacon solid state relay


q

PUMP

Electrical system

E02

DXA0KB Short circuit in PC-EPC Solenoid

PUMP

Electrical system

E02

DXA0KY Short circuit in PC-EPC Solenoid

PUMP

Electrical system

DXE0KA Disconnection in LS-EPC solenoid

PUMP

Electrical system

DXE0KB Short circuit in LS-EPC solenoid

PUMP

Electrical system

DXE0KY Short circuit in LS-EPC solenoid

PUMP

Electrical system

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Entry order of items in table


The items are entered in the order of their failure codes (incremental order).
User code
Attached
: If the failure code is detected, the user code, failure code, and telephone No. (if registered) are displayed on the ordinary screen to notify the operator of the abnormality.
Not attached: Even if the failure code is detected, the machine monitor does not notify the operator of
the abnormality.
Alarm buzzer
q : When occurrence of an error is notified to the operator, the buzzer sounds (The operator can stop
the buzzer with the alarm buzzer cancel switch).
e: Since the caution monitor is also turned ON, its function sounds the buzzer.
Component in charge
MON: The machine monitor is in charge of detection of abnormality.
W/E: The work equipment and pump controller is in charge of detection of abnormality.
PUMP: The pump controller is in charge of detection of abnormality.
ENG: The engine controller is in charge of detection of abnormality.
Category of record
Mechanical system: Abnormality information is recorded in the mechanical system abnormality record.
Electrical system: Abnormality information is recorded in the electrical system abnormality record.

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18. Function of monitoring emergency stop


1) Warning for turning emergency stop
switch ON
When an emergency stop switch installed
around the machine is depressed;
q
The whole work equipment stops and
the horn sounds.

2)

19. Function for conveyor position display


1) Conveyor position display in operation
mode
If the operation mode is selected with the
mode selector switch of the main control
box, the color of mode monitor (a)
changes according to the conveyor position.
q
When conveyor position is Upper
Mode monitor (a) becomes red. At
this time, the whole work equipment
stops.
q
When conveyor position is Middle or
Lower
Mode monitor (a) becomes yellow. At
this time, the work equipment can
operate.

Warning for turning engine stop switch ON


When the engine stop switch installed to
the upper operation box is depressed;
q
The whole work equipment and
engine stop and the horn sounds.

2)

Conveyor position display in travel mode


If the travel mode is selected with the
mode selector switch of the main control
box, the color of mode monitor (b)
changes according to the conveyor position.
q
When conveyor position is Lower
Mode monitor (b) becomes red. At
this time, the machine cannot travel.
q
When conveyor position is Middle or
Upper
Mode monitor (b) becomes yellow. At
this time, the machine can travel.

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Service menu operation and display

3)

Switching to service menu


a When using the service menu, switch the
screen through the following special operation.
1)

Displaying menu screen


The display is changed to the initial display of
Service Menu program. Select an appropriate
item from among the menu.

Confirmation of display
Make sure that the conventional display is
turned on.
a Changing to Service Menu is usually available only from this conventional display.

No.

Service menu

00 Return (Ends the service menu)


01 Monitoring
02 Abnormality record
03 Maintenance record

2)

04 Maintenance mode change

Switch operation
Do the following switch operation.
q
Switch operation:
[E] + [1] o [2] o [3]
(Enter the numbers while holding E down)

05 Phone number entry


06 Default
07 Adjustment
08 Cylinder cut out
09 No injection cranking
10 Crusher clearance record
11 Lock cylinder slip record

4)

Ending the menu and function


When ending the operation from the service
menu screen or respective menu screens,
select either of the following operations.
q
Press [ ] switch (enables every screen).
q
When RETURN switch is displayed,
press the applicable switch.
q
When Return menu is displayed, select
the menu and press [ ] switch.

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20. Function of monitoring [01]


The machine monitor monitors signals from the
switch sensor actuators on various machine
parts. It allows displaying and checking the
monitored information through following operations.
1)

Menu selection
Select 01 Monitoring in the initial display
of Service Menu and depress [ ] switch.
a

2)

Select menu 99999 and press


[ ] switch.
When you have registered all the
items that can be registered, the
screen will be automatically switched
to the monitoring information screen.
Monitored information are transmitted
via communication circuits. Thus the
number of selected items can impact
the communication speed. If truly real
time monitoring is required, reduce
the selected items to the minimum.
For details on the monitoring items,
display unit, etc., refer to the Monitoring Items table.

3)

Operation for monitoring


As the monitoring information screen is
displayed, confirm the monitored information operating the machine.

4)

Monitored information holding function


You can hold every monitored information
by pressing [E] while monitoring is continued.
If you press [R] switch again in this condition, the currently held information will be
released.

Setting a monitoring item


Select and register an item to be monitored through the following switch operation.
q
[E] switch: Selection
q
[R] switch: Selection
q
[ ] switch: Registration

A monitoring item can be set from 1 to


4 at maximum (Depending upon the
selected item, the max. number can
be less than four)
In case of monitoring 1 to 3 items,
move to the monitoring information
screen through any of the following
switch operations after the registration work has been completed.
q
[Hold down [ ] switch (for about
3 seconds).

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Monitoring items table


Unit (Initial setting ISO)

Code
No

Monitoring item (Display on screen)

ISO

meter

inch

Component
charge

PUMP

00200

Controller Model Select

00201

Machine ID

ENG

01002

Engine speed

r/min

rpm

rpm

ENG

01601

2nd Eng. Speed Command

r/min

rpm

rpm

PUMP

01100

F Pump Pressure

MPa

kg/cm2

psi

PUMP

01101

R Pump Pressure

MPa

kg/cm2

psi

PUMP

24101

Crusher forward pressure

MPa

kg/cm2

psi

PUMP

24102

Crusher reverse pressure

MPa

kg/cm

psi

PUMP

24300

Conv. Pressure

MPa

kg/cm2

psi

PUMP

24400

Muck Conv. Pressure

MPa

kg/cm

psi

PUMP

24401

Mag. Pressure

MPa

kg/cm2

psi

PUMP

24402

2nd Conv. Pressure

MPa

kg/cm

psi

PUMP

04107

Coolant Temperature

ENG

14200

Fuel temperature

ENG

04401

Hydr. Oil Temperature

MON

01300

PC-EPC Sol. Curr.(F)

mA

mA

mA

PUMP

01500

LS-EPC Sol. Curr.

mA

mA

mA

PUMP

24700

Feeder FWD EPC Curr.

mA

mA

mA

PUMP

25900

Crusher FWD EPC Curr.

mA

mA

mA

PUMP

26000

Crusher REV EPC Curr.

mA

mA

mA

PUMP

25705

Accessory 1 EPC

mA

mA

mA

PUMP

25706

Accessory 2 EPC

mA

mA

mA

PUMP

25707

Conveyor forward EPC

mA

mA

mA

PUMP

25708

Magnetic separator

mA

mA

mA

PUMP

28801

Travel Lock EPC Curr.

mA

mA

mA

PUMP

03200

Battery Voltage

PUMP

03203

Battery Power Supply

ENG

04300

Battery Charge Vol.

37200

Engine oil pressure sensor

MON

MPa

kg/cm2

psi

ENG

36400

Rail Pressure

MPa

kg/cm

psi

ENG

37400

Ambient Pressure

kPa

kg/cm2

psi

ENG

18500

Charge Temperature

ENG

36500

Boost Pressure

kPa

kg/cm2

psi

ENG

18100

EGR valve position

mm

mm

in

ENG

36700

Engine Torque Ratio

ENG

18700

Engine Output Torque

Nm

Nm

kgfm

ENG

03000

Fuel Dial Pos Sens Volt

ENG

04200

Fuel Level Sensor Vol.

MON

04105

Eng. Water Temp. Vol. Lo

ENG

14201

Fuel temperature sensor voltage

ENG

04402

Hydr. Temp. Sensor Vol.

MON

37201

Oil pressure sensor voltage

ENG

37401

Ambient Press Sens Volt

ENG

Remarks

Indicated by absolute
value (Including
ambient pressure)
Indicated by absolute
value (Including
ambient pressure)

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Unit (Initial setting ISO)


Monitoring item (Display on screen)

ISO

meter

inch

Component
charge

18501

Charge Temp Sens Volt

ENG

36501

Charge Press Sens Volt

ENG

36401

Rail Pressure Sens Volt

ENG

18101

EGR valve position sensor voltage

ENG

17201

PCV close valve timing (TDC standard)

CA

CA

CA

ENG

17500

Engine Power Mode

ENG

31701

Throttle Position

ENG

31706

Final Throttle Position

ENG

18600

Inject Fueling Command

mg/st

mg/st

mg/st

ENG

36200

Rail Press Command

MPa

kg/cm2

psi

ENG

36300

Injection Timing Command

CA

CA

CA

ENG

37300

Fuel Rate

l/h

l/h

l/h

ENG

01602

2nd Eng. Speed Command

PUMP

13113

Main Pump Absorb Torque

Nm

kgm

lbft

PUMP

04500

Monitor input 1

Key Switch

MON

Start

MON

Preheat

ONOFF

Light

04501

Monitor Input 2

Switch Input 0

Rad. Level

MON

Air cleaner

MON

Eng. Oil Level

ONOFF

Switch Input 1

Conv. ON Sw.

PUMP

Conv. OFF Sw.

PUMP

Crusher ON Sw.
Crusher OFF Sw.

ONOFF

25003

Switch Input 2

Switch Input 3

Feeder ON Sw.

PUMP
PUMP

R-Ctrl. Trv. Sw.

PUMP
ONOFF

Switch Input 4

PUMP

R-Ctrl. On Trv.

PUMP

Mode Sel. Work

PUMP

Crush. FWD/REV

PUMP
ONOFF

PUMP

Machine Select1

PUMP

Machine Select2

PUMP

Emergency Sw.

PUMP

Engine Stop Sw.

PUMP

1-touch start Sw

ONOFF

1-touch stop Sw.

25004

PUMP
PUMP

Feeder OFF Sw.

Mode Sel. Travel


25002

MON
MON

R-Ctrl. Work Sw.


25001

MON
MON

Battery Charge

25000

Remarks

PUMP
PUMP

Conv. Hi Sensor

PUMP

Conv. Mi Sensor

PUMP

MuckConv. Sen.

ONOFF

Overfeed Sensor

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Code
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25005

25006

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Monitoring item (Display on screen)

Switch Input 5

ISO

meter

inch

Radio Sel. switch

PUMP

TravelSpeed switch 1

PUMP

TravelSpeed switch 2

ONOFF

PUMP

Clearance Auto.

PUMP

MuckConv.ON switch

PUMP

MuckConv.OFF switch

PUMP

Mag. ON switch

PUMP

ONOFF

Mag. OFF switch

PUMP

Acc. 1 input

PUMP

Acc. 2 input
Switch Input 7

25500

Solenoid Valve

PUMP

Key Switch (ACC)

ONOFF

PUMP

ONOFF

PUMP

Conveyor reverse solenoid

25601

PUMP

Lock.Cyl. Unlock solenoid

Relay Drive 0

Muck Conv. solenoid

PUMP

Horn Relay

PUMP

Becon Relay

PUMP

Abno.Press Relay

PUMP

ONOFF

LockCyl.Push Re.

PUMP

LockCyl.Pull Re.

PUMP

Eng. Stop Relay

PUMP

26100

Clearance Potentio Vol.

26200

Clearance Angle

rad

PUMP

26300

Last 0 Clearance Vol.

PUMP

20216

ECM Build Version

ENG

20217

ECM CAL Data Ver

ENG

PUMP

18900

ECM Internal Temp

ENG

20400

ECM Serial No.

ENG

20200

Monitor Prog. Version

MON

20227

Monitor Ass'y P/N

MON

20402

Monitor Serial No

MON

20212

Pump Con. Prog. Version

PUMP

20230

Pump Con. Prog. P/N

PUMP

20229

Pump Con. Ass'y P/N

PUMP

20403

Pump Con. Serial No

PUMP

a
a

Remarks

PUMP

Clearance F-auto

Switch Input 6

02202

Component
charge

Entry order of items in table


The items are entered in the order of display on the monitoring selection menu screen.
Unit
The display unit can be set to ISO, meter, or inch freely (Set it with Unit selecting in Initialization of
the service menu).
CA in the display unit is an abbreviation for crankshaft angle.
mg/st in the display unit is an abbreviation for milligram/stroke.
Component in charge
MON: The machine monitor is in charge of detection of monitoring information.
ENG: The engine controller is in charge of detection of monitoring information.
PUMP: The pump controller is in charge of detection of monitoring information.

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21. Function of abnormality record [02]

3)

Contents of display of electrical system


abnormality record information screen
(1): Occurrence order of abnormalities
fr o m l a t e s t o n e / To ta l n u m b e r o f
records
(2): Failure code (Equipment: 4 digits,
Phenomena: 2 digits)
(3): Elapsed time on service meter from
the first occurrence
(4): Contents of trouble
a See the operator menu Failure
codes table.

4)

Contents of display of mechanical system


abnormality record information screen
(1): Record number
(2): Contents of trouble
(3): Failure code (Equipment: 4 digits,
Pheomena: 2 digits)
(4): Total number of occurrences
(5): Service meter reading at first occurrence
a See the operator menu Failure
codes table.

The machine monitor records and classifies


the past failure information as into the electrical and mechanical failures. It allows displaying and checking the information through the
following operations.
1) Menu selection
Select 02 Abnormality Record in the initial display of Service Menu and depress
[ ] switch.

2)

Number

Sub menu selection


Select the sub menu from the abnormality
record menu screen and then press [ ]
switch.

Sub menu of abnormality record

00

Return (End of abnormality record)

01

Electrical systems

02

Mechanical systems

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Resetting electrical systems abnormality


record
a Resetting abnormality record (deletion) is possible only with the electrical system. The abnormality record in
the mechanical system cannot be
reset.
a When resetting individual or all information in the abnormality record of
the electrical systems, implement the
following procedure.

1]

2]

From the reset screen, do the switch


operation according to the screen
instructions.
a When a specific individual information alone is to be reset, be
sure to display the subject information on the screen using [E ]
switch or [R] switch.
a When resetting all information,
the information to be displayed
on the screen can be any.

Following switch operation from the


electrical system abnormality record
screen opens the reset screen.
q
Switch operation:
[E] + [1] o [2] o [3]
Above is the same as that done when
switching to the service menu.

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22. Function of maintenance record [03]


The machine monitor records the maintenance
information of the filters, oils, etc., which the
operator can display and check by the following operations.
1) Menu selection
Select 03 Maintenance Record from the
initial display of Service Menu and then
depress [ ] switch.

2)

Information to be displayed
q
Oil and filter names
q
Replacement time elapsed up to
present
q
Time elapsed on service meter up to
the last replacement

23. Function of maintenance mode change [04]


Following procedure allows changing the currently set operating conditions of the maintenance display function.
q
Set function effective or ineffective
q
Change set replacement interval
1)

Menu selection
Select 04 Maintenance Mode Change
from the Service Menu and then depress
[ ] switch.

2)

Selection of item to be changed


Select the item to be changed from the
Maintenance Mode Change Selection
Menu screen.

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Description of individual setting items


(1): Default value: The maintenance time
set in the monitor (recommended by
the ma nufac turer an d c annot b e
changed).
(2): Set value: Denotes the maintenance
time that can be freely set. The maintenance mode operates based on this
time (the time can be increased or
decreased in multiple of 50 hours by
use of [E] and [R] switches).
(3): Use (On): Maintenance display function for this item is enabled.
(4): Not use (Off): Maintenance display
function for this item is disabled.
a The lower limit of this setting is 25
hours.

5)

Description of Initialize all items


Select this menu and then press [ ]
switch to restore the default value for the
individually set information.

Items of the maintenance mode change

00

Return (End of change in the maintenance


mode)

01

Maintenance mode on/off

02

Engine oil change int.

03

Engine oil filter change int.

04

Fuel main filter change int.

05

Hyd oil filter change int.

06

Hyd tank breather change int.

07

Corrosion resistor change int.

08

Damper case service int.

09

Final drive case oil change int.

10

Feeder vibration oil change int.

11

Crusher motor case oil change int.

12

Hydraulic oil change int.

13

Fuel pre-filter change int.

14

Initialize all items

3)

4)

01 and 14 menus are provided for


setting the whole maintenance mode,
while those from 02 through 13 are
for setting individual items.

Contents of Maintenance Mode On/Off


q
Use (On): The maintenance display
function of all oil and filter-related
items are turned effectual. (Irrespective of whether On or Off set for
individual items, this setting prevails)
q
Not use (Off): The maintenance display function of all oils and filterrelated items is disabled (precedence is given to this setting over the
On or Off selected for an individual
items).

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24. Function of phone number entry [05]


When the user code is displayed, following
procedure allows entering or correcting the
phone numbers to be displayed alternately
with the failure code.
a If a telephone number is not input, the
phone number screen is not displayed.
1)

3)

Entry and setting phone number


Following the method explained below,
entry a phone number in the Phone Number Entry display. (Entry automatically
begins with a cursor at the left end)

Menu selection
Select 05 Phone Number Entry menu
from the Service Menu initial screen and
then depress [ ] switch.

1]

2)

Changing the display


Select Entry next to change the display
to the Phone Number Entry display.
a Even if a Phone number is already
inputted, it is deleted if you switch the
Phone Number Entry screen.

2]

Using the numerical keypad, enter


the number starting with the cursor
position situated at the left end.
a Numbers can be entered up to
the m ax . 1 2 di gi ts, bu t o mi t
unnecessary digits.
a When entered a wrong number,
decimal point input switch
(Switch for setting crusher
speed) to return the cursor by
one digit.
Depress [ ] switch when all the numbers have been entered.
a As the input is finished, the
screen changes to entry screen
shown above. If the entered
phone number is shown on this
display, the input is normal.

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25. Function of default [06]


Following machine monitor- or machinerelated settings are modifiable. Do necessary
modifications as needed.
q
Language used in the service menu
q
Unit to be displayed in relation to the monitoring function
1)

3)

Language setting function


Service Menu allows switching the language between Japanese and English.

Menu selection
Select 06 Default menu from the Service
Menu initial screen and then press [ ]
switch.

a
a

4)
2)

Selecting sub menu


Select the target sub menu of setting
change and then press [ ] switch.

Number

The default language of the machine


monitor is English.
When using the machine monitor,
which is a spare part, in the Japanese-speaking sphere, switch this
function from English to Japanese.

Unit selection function


You can select 1 from the 3 units to be
used in the monitoring function display of
Service Menu.
a SI unit system is the default setting of
the machine monitor.

Sub menu of default value

00

Return (End of default)

01

Language

02

Unit

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26. Function of adjustment [07]

The operator can adjust various items related


to the machine with the machine monitor.
1) Menu selection
Select 07 Adjustment menu from the
Service Menu initial screen and then press
[ ] switch.

2)

Sub menu selection


Select the sub menu on which setting
change is to be done and then press [ ]
switch.

3)

Adjustment of sub menu

00

Return (Ends the adjustment)

01

Pump absorption torque

02

Feeder speed adjustment

03

Crusher speed and other work equipments


(*1) adjustment

04

Clearance potentiometer initialization

05

Option register

06

Hi idle speed in working mode (*1)


q

Function for Pump Absorption Torque


adjustment
The pump absorption torque can be
adjusted within the range shown in the
table below.

Adjustment
value

Torque adjustment value


(kgm)

Adjustment
value

Torque adjustment value


(kgm)

220

+8.0

225

2.0

221

+6.0

226

4.0

222

+4.0

227

6.0

223

+2.0

228

8.0

224

0.0

4)

Number

When the crusher maximum speed is


adjusted, adjust it by "06" (Hi idle
speed in working mode) (*1).

Function for feeder speed adjustment


The maximum and minimum feeder speed
can be adjusted within the range shown in
the table below by adjusting the feeder
EPC current.
Item

Input range (mA)

Max. speed

770 910

Min. speed

300 650

When the crusher minimum speed is


adjusted, adjust it by "03" (Crusher
speed and other work equipments
speed adjustment) (*1).

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2]
3]
a

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Move the cursor to the current to


adjust with [ ] switch and [ ] switch
and depress [ ] switch.
The adjusted current flashes and the
value input window is displayed.
Input a value with the numeral keys
and depress [ ] switch.
If a value out of the proper range is
input, the value before inputting is displayed again.

1]

2]
3]
a
a

5)

Crusher speed and other equipments


speed adjustment
q
Other work equipments speed adjustment
Adjust the LS-EPC current.
q
Minimum speed adjustment
Adjust the crusher forward/reverse
EPC current.
Item

Input range
(mA)

Other work equipments speed


(LS-EPC solenoid current)

10 1000

Forward

250 600

Reverse

250 600

Min. speed
(EPC current)

Move the cursor to the current to


adjust with [ ] switch and [ ] switch
and depress [ ] switch.
The adjusted current flashes and the
value input window is displayed.
Input a value with the numeral keys
and depress [ ] switch.
If a value out of the proper range is
input, the value before inputting is displayed again.
When adjusting the crusher maximum
speed, adjust it by "Hi idle speed in
working mode" (Page 29). That brings
speed changes of the all work equipments. Accordingly, first adjust the Hi
idle speed in working mode, then
adjust the other speeds.
If the LS-EPC solenoid current is
adjusted, the minimum crusher speed
and maximum and minimum feeder
speeds change. When adjusting the
crusher and feeder speeds, adjust the
Hi idle speed in working mode and
other work equipments speed (LSEPC solenoid current) first, then
adjust the other speeds.

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Function for clearance potentiometer initial adjustment


When the tooth plate is replaced, initialize
the clearance potentiometer.

7]

7)
1]
2]

3]

4]

5]

6]

Check that the display is in the ordinary display mode.


Set mode selector switch (1) of the
main control box in the testing mode
position.
Set clearance adjustment selector
switch (2) of the main control box in
the manual mode position.
Rotate the crusher with crusher manual forward switch (3) and reverse
switch (4) of the machine monitor to
bring mark (B) of the flywheel to the
center of adjustment range (A).
Depress crusher clearance closing
switch (5) of the machine monitor to
press the swing jaw of the crusher
against the fixed jaw (and the monitor
buzzer sounds).

Depress 1 (SET) on the clearance


potentiometer initialization screen.

Function for option registration


Use/Disuse of the options of the machine
can be set.
1] On the option setting menu screen,
move the cursor with the [E] switch
and [R] switch to an option to be
adjusted and press the [ ] switch.

Number

Option registration menu

00

Return (Finish adjustment)

01

Magnetic separator

02

Muck discharge conveyor

03

Overfeed sensor

04

2nd conveyor

05

Travel lever

Select the service menu to display the


clearance potentiometer initialization
screen.

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2]

The screen changes to the use (on)/


disuse (off) setting screen for the
selected option.
Move the cursor with the [E] switch
and [R] switch to Use/Disuse and
press the [ ] switch.

3]

When the option is set normally, the


monitor buzzer sounds for 3 seconds
and then the screen returns to the
previous screen.

Function for adjustment of Hi idle speed in


working mode
Hi idle speeds in working mode can be
adjusted within the range of the table
below.
a When adjusting the crusher maximum
speed, adjust it by "Hi idle speed in
working mode".
That brings speed changes of the all
work equipments.
Accordingly, first adjust the "Hi idle
speed in working mode", then adjust
the other speeds.

Adjustment Hi idle speed Adjustment Hi idle speed


value
(rpm)
value
(rpm)
67F

1900

677

1740

67E

1880

676

1720

67D

1860

675

1700

67C

1840

674

1680

67B

1820

673

1660

67A

1800

672

1640

679

1780

671

1620

678

1760

670

1600

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27. Function of cylinder cut out operation [08]


The operator can perform the engine on cylinder cut out operation with the machine monitor.
Cylinder cut out operation means to run the
engine with 1 or more fuel injectors disabled
electrically to reduce the number of effective
cylinders. This operation is used to find out a
cylinder which does not output power normally
(combustion in it is abnormal).
1)

Selecting menu
Select 08 Cylinder cut out menu from the
Service Menu initial screen and press [ ]
switch.
3)

2)

Resetting cut out cylinder


Press the switch corresponding to the cut
out cylinder number from switches [1] to
[6] of the machine monitor to be reset.
a If pressing the switch changes the
cylinder number on the screen to a
black letter enclosed in the black
frame, the cylinder is reset.

Selecting cylinder to be cut out


Press a switch corresponding to the cylinder No. to be cut out from switches [1] to
[6] of the machine monitor.
a If pressing the switch changes the
cylinder number on the screen to a
white letter enclosed in the white
frame, the cylinder is cut out (when a
wrong number is selected, press the
correct switch again).
a Number of cylinders to be reduced is
any.

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Engine speed holding function


Pressing [E] switch while the engine
operation on cylinder cut out screen is
turned on holds the engine speed and its
speed is newly displayed in the lower
space.
Pressing [ R] switch during holding cancels the holding function and deletes the
display in the lower space.
a If the holding function is used, the
held speed is displayed in the lower
space along with ( ) and the upper
space continuously displays the current speed.
a The holding function is usable independent of the currently set mode
the cylinder cut out or not.

[Reference]: Using the holding function effectively


The engine speed being displayed on the screen
through the holding function remains on it until the
holding is cancelled. In other words, enabling or
disabling of the cylinder cut out mode does not
affect the display.
Thus, when identifying a failed cylinder quicker, following operation is effective.
(1) Run the engine from the normal operation
mode (no cylinder cut out) and then hold the
speed of that time.
(2) Specify the cylinder to be diagnosed as the cut
out.
(3) Run the engine under the same condition as
that for (1). Then compare the engine speed at
that time and the held speed being displayed
to diagnose the cylinder.
(4) Reset a cut out cylinder independent of the
fluctuations in the engine speed.
(5) Repeat above steps (2) to (4) and then compare the results against that obtained from
other cylinders.
a If the diagnosis identified a cylinder on which
there was no decrease in the engine speed or
the decrease was small, it can be safely
judged that there must be some abnormalities
in its combustion.

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28. Function of no injection cranking [09]


No injection cranking of the engine is available
from the machine monitor.
No injection cranking denotes stopping injection of fuel from the injector even if the engine
is run from the starting motor. This mode is
used, for instance, for measurement of compressive pressure.
a This setting must be done after stopping
the engine.
1)

2)

3)

As the checkup is over, following screen


appears.

4)

Select No Injection and press [ ] switch.


Under Preparation will be displayed on
the screen.
a The letters Under Preparation are
displayed in red.

Selecting menu
Select 09 No Injection Cranking from the
Service Menu initial screen and press [ ]
switch.

The initial screen for the no injection


cranking will appear.
a Check Communication will be displayed in red.

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6)

7)

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As the preparation for no injection cranking is completed, display of Under Preparation is replaced with After No
Injection.
a The letters After No Injection are
displayed in green.
From this state, crank the engine using
the starting motor.
a Limit the cranking time to 20 seconds
to protect the starting motor.

If the no injection cranking function is


inadvertently selected while the
engine is running, Engine Running
will appear as No Injection in step 4)
is selected. This Engine Running
display remains on the screen even
after the engine is stopped. Restoring
the service menu screen alone
deletes the display.

After the no injection cranking is over,


press [ ] switch from the previous screen
and the letters End will be displayed for 3
seconds.
a The letters End are displayed in
green.
Press Return when ending the no injection cranking.

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29. Function for crusher clearance record [10]


The machine monitor records the information
about the crusher clearance setting.
q
The machine monitor records the information up to 10 times. After recording 10
times, the machine monitor discards the
data in order from the oldest one and
keeps the newest ones.
q
When the mode selector switch is changed
from the testing mode to another mode,
if the crusher clearance saved previous
time is different from the current crusher
clearance, the machine monitor saves the
current crusher clearance.
1)

30. Function for lock cylinder slip record [11]


The machine monitor records the information
about the past slip of the crusher lock cylinder
(service meter reading).
q
The machine monitor records the slips up
to 10 times. After recording 10 times, the
machine monitor discards the data in
order from the oldest one and keeps the
newest ones.
q
The total number of the recorded slips
above 10 is counted and recorded up to
999.

Selection of menu
Select 10 Crusher Clearance Record in
the initial display of Service Menu, and
depress [ ] switch.

1)

2)

Information shown in display


1] Crusher clearance
2] Service meter reading at
crusher clearance was saved

Selection of menu
Select 11 Lock Cylinder Slip Record in
the initial display of Service Menu, and
depress [ ] switch.

which

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Deletion of data
[ ] + [1] o [2] o [3]
(While pressing [ ], input numbers]

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BR580JG-1 Mobile crusher


Form No. SEN03153-00

2007 KOMATSU
All Rights Reserved
Printed in Japan 06-07 (01)

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