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IC300

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

IC300 Instruction Manual

Introduction
This Instruction Manual refers to the IC300 controller used in ST units, manufactured by Metso
Minerals Oy. To obtain the best performance from this product, please read this manual
carefully. It will guide you in operating the IC300 system.
This Instruction Manual is valid for IC300 controller version 2.0 or higher.
Because of the continuous development of the product, the manufacturer reserves the right to
alter the technical specifications written in this manual, without any advance information.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.

PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................................................ 5
1.1 HANDLING INFORMATION ......................................................................................................................... 5
1.1.1
Storage .......................................................................................................................................... 5
1.1.2
Transport ....................................................................................................................................... 5
1.1.3
Function Keys ................................................................................................................................ 5
1.2 WELDING OF THE UNIT ............................................................................................................................. 5
1.3 BATTERY CHARGING ................................................................................................................................ 6
1.3.1
Quick Chargers.............................................................................................................................. 6
1.3.2
Jump Starting................................................................................................................................. 6
1.4 CLEANING THE DISPLAY ........................................................................................................................... 6

2.

GENERAL ................................................................................................................................................. 7
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4

3.

IC300 SYSTEM ......................................................................................................................................... 7


RUN MODE .............................................................................................................................................. 8
ADMINISTRATION MODE .......................................................................................................................... 8
SERVICE MODE ........................................................................................................................................ 8

DISPLAY WINDOWS............................................................................................................................... 9
3.1 STRUCTURE AND ORDER OF THE DISPLAY WINDOWS.................................................................................. 9
3.2 GENERAL INFORMATION ......................................................................................................................... 11
3.3 DISPLAY SCREEN.................................................................................................................................... 12
3.3.1
Choosing the Language................................................................................................................ 12
3.3.2
Adjusting the Display Contrast and Brightness ............................................................................ 12

4.

STARTING THE PROCESS................................................................................................................... 13

5.

STOPPING THE PROCESS ................................................................................................................... 14

6.

MAIN WINDOW (RUN MODE WINDOW).......................................................................................... 16

7.

UNIT INFORMATION ........................................................................................................................... 18

8.

ENGINE DATA ....................................................................................................................................... 19

9.

PROCESS DATA..................................................................................................................................... 20

10.

HYDRAULICS DATA............................................................................................................................. 21

11.

HOURMETERS ...................................................................................................................................... 22

12.

GENERAL SETTINGS ........................................................................................................................... 23

13.

MANUAL CONTROL............................................................................................................................. 25

13.1
10.2
14.

TRACK-DRIVING WINDOW (ONLY OPERATIONAL IN ADMIN MODE) ................................... 28

14.1
15.

STARTING THE PROCESS WITH MANUAL CONTROL ................................................................................ 27


STOPPING THE PROCESS WITH MANUAL CONTROL ................................................................................ 27

TRACK DRIVE SPEED........................................................................................................................... 29

PARAMETERS/SERVICE WINDOW................................................................................................... 30

15.1
EDITING CONTRAST, TIME, DATE OR UNITS.......................................................................................... 30
15.2
REPLACING A MODULE (UPDATE FUNCTION) ........................................................................................ 31
15.3
PARAMETERS ..................................................................................................................................... 32
15.3.1 User editable parameters ............................................................................................................. 32
15.4
PARAMETER GROUPS .......................................................................................................................... 33
15.4.1 Load function............................................................................................................................... 33
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15.4.2
16.

DIAGNOSTICS ....................................................................................................................................... 35

16.1
16.2
17.

Save function ............................................................................................................................... 34

TRACK DRIVE DIAGNOSTICS............................................................................................................... 36


PUSH BUTTON TEST ........................................................................................................................... 37

LOG FILES ............................................................................................................................................. 38

17.1
17.2
17.3
17.4

ALARM LOG ....................................................................................................................................... 39


DIESEL DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES (ACTIVE AND PREVIOUSLY ACTIVE) .......................................... 40
TEMPERATURE HISTORY LOG ............................................................................................................. 41
PARAMETER LOG ............................................................................................................................... 41

18.

MODULE PROGRAM VERSIONS ....................................................................................................... 43

19.

READING INPUT/OUTPUT MODULES DATA .................................................................................. 44

20.

TROUBLESHOOTING .......................................................................................................................... 45

Appendix 1 Input/Output List


44
Appendix 2 Engine diagnostics codes SAE J1939
48
Appendix 3 System parameters ... .... .. 58

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1. Precautions
1.1

Handling Information

1.1.1

Storage

Store the hydraulic control module (HCM), used in (ST620, ST348, ST352, ST356) and the
engine control module (ECM) at a temperature between 50o C and +85o C (-58o and + 176o F).
Store the unit control display (UCD) at a temperature between 25oC and +60oC (-13o and +
140o F). (see chapter 2.1 IC300 system: explanations of abbreviations).
1.1.2

Transport

HCM and ECM:


Dimensions: 147 x 136 x 46 mm.
Weight: 0.7 kg (1.5 lbs)
UCD: Dimensions: 182 x 120 x 53 mm
Weight: 1.2 kg (2.6 lbs)
1.1.3

Function Keys

Always press the function keys with bare fingers.


Do not press the keys with a screwdriver or any other sharp tool as it will break the
keys.
Do not use gloves as you may by mistake press many buttons simultaneously.

1.2

Welding of the Unit

If any welding is to be done on the unit, care must be taken to protect the control system.

Stop the engine.


Disconnect the earth cable from the batteries.
Disconnect engine wire harness sockets from engine control board (Ref. Engine instructions)
Fasten the earth cable of the welding device as close to the part to be welded as possible.
Make sure that no welding current is able to pass through any bearings or electrical
equipment.

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1.3
1.3.1

Battery Charging
Quick Chargers
Do not use quick chargers or start boosters. The rough voltage control and
interference of the above-mentioned devices may damage the components of the
control system. If unit batteries need to be charged, remove the + and cables from
the batteries during charging.

1.3.2

Jump Starting

Jump starting can be used to help the engine start if the batteries of the unit are unable to start the
engine. Make sure that the power source voltage level corresponds to the control system (24
VDC).

Make sure the polarity is correct.

1.4

Cleaning the Display

Wipe the display with a damp, soft cloth.


Do not use material which may scratch or otherwise damage the surface of the
window.
Do not direct a jet of water on to the IC300 display screen when washing the unit
with a pressure washer.

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2. General
2.1

IC300 system

The IC300 controller is used to control ST functions.


IC300 is a computer system designed for field operation, and it consists of 2 (3) components:

Engine Control Module (ECM)


Unit Control Display (UCD)
Hydraulic Control Module (HCM); option

Figure 2.1.1 Layout of IC300 control system


IC300 controls the devices of the ST unit. The devices of the different ST-types are listed in the
table below:
ST171

ST348, ST352

ST620, ST820

Hopper conveyor
Discharge conveyor
Screen

Feed conveyor
Lifting conveyor
Discharge conveyor
Product conveyors
Screen

Lifting conveyor
Discharge conveyor
Side conveyor 1
Side conveyor 2
Side conveyor 3
Screen

Screen module

Shredder
Off plant stacker
Vibrating grid

Off plant stacker

Standard

Options

Depending on the selected machine type the IC300 system takes defined parameter set in use.
Devices and parameters that are not valid for selected machine type are hidden from the user (not
visible at all or grayed).
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IC300 has three modes: a running mode, an administration mode and a service mode. The
running mode is active when the machine is running normally. The administration mode is active
when the user is making changes to the system. The service mode is active when an authorized
person has entered a password to be able to change service parameters.

2.2

Run Mode

In run mode the system continuously monitors the machine functions and controls the operating
devices. All functions are performed automatically and you do not need to interfere in the
operation. You are only expected to give instructions if there is an emergency or malfunction
when the system is run down.

2.3

Administration Mode

In administration mode you have access to certain system parameters. You can bring devices into
use and change the values of the system parameters. You may change some parameters while the
process is running, but some parameters require the process to be off.

2.4

Service Mode

In service mode the authorized user has access to all system parameters. Access is given with a
password or with a hardware keylock.

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3. Display Windows
3.1

Structure and Order of the Display Windows

1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

3.1

3.1.1

5.1

5.2

5.3.1

5.3

5.3.2

5.4

5.3.3

5.5

5.6

4.1

4.1.1

5.7

4.1.2

5.8

5.9

5.10

5.3.4

Figure 3.1.1 Structure of IC300 display windows

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This structure will give you an idea how the system is built. The figures refer to the number of
windows. It will also show a path from one window to another. The explanations of the windows
are given below:

0
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
2
3
3.1
3.1.1
4
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.3.4
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10

Main window
Unit information
Engine information
Process information
Hydraulics information
Hourmeters
Help
General settings
Manual control
Manual control of optional components
Parameters: general, tracks, engine, screen, process, update, alarms, parameter groups,
language, supervisor access, contrast adjustment, time, date and units
Parameter group main window
Save parameter group
Load parameter group
Diagnostics / Troubleshooting
Track drive, control test
Control keys and push button test
Log files
Alarm log
Diesel diagnostis trouble codes
Temperature history log
Parameter log
Module versions
Engine control module, XM1 input/output status
Engine control module, XM2 input/output status
Engine control module, XM3 input/output status
Hydraulics control module, XM1 input/output status
Hydraulics control module XM2 input/output status
Hydraulics control module XM3 input/output status

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3.2

General Information

UCD is mounted on the control panel of the unit. The UCD has a 16 bit, 4 Mhz liquid crystal
display (LCD) and five control keys (F1 F5) which are used for the actual control operations.
User interface gives you all the information you need about the system and the required actions.

F1 = Unit
information

F2 =
Help

F3 =
General
settings

F4 =
Parameters

F5 = Diagnostics/
troubleshooting

Figure 3.2.1 Main window buttons

Note! The Help key function (F2) stays the same in every window. Thus you always
obtain information on the window by pressing F2.

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3.3

Display Screen

The system is always opened by the main menu (window 0).


The key symbols are displayed above the control keys. If the control key does not have any
symbol above it, it does not have any function in that window.
NOTE! The function of the control keys varies depending on the window you are in.
In each display window you will find:

symbol of the window (excluding the main window)


running number of the window
time

Use arrow keys F4 and F5 (not in the main window) to move to an action you want to. Choose
or save the required information by pressing OK (F3).
3.3.1

Choosing the Language

Select the language in the display window 4 (see chapter 15). You do this by pressing the F4
function key in the main window.
3.3.2

Adjusting the Display Contrast and Brightness

Adjust the display contrast and brightness in display window 4 (see chapter 15). You do this by
pressing the F4 function key in the main window.

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4. Starting the Process


First, switch the power on with the unit key switch. The control system starts up when the
power is switched on (see Fig. 5.1.1)
Start the engine as instructed in chapter 5.2 Starting the Diesel Engine, in the Instruction
Manual of the ST-unit.
Start the process by pressing "Process start" button in the control panel of the unit.
(NOTE: The "Process start" button is not in the UCD, see Fig. 5.1.1.)
The system is provided with a certain Process startsequence which starts the devices of the
unit in a specific order. Thus it is easy to use the unit. It also ensures that the devices are started
in the correct order.
There is a delay between the start of each device. The delay is adjustable parameter. Starting
order is different in different mobile screens. The list below shows the starting order. If the unit
does not have the mentioned device it is skipped in the process start sequence:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Sound alarm with the horn (2 sec.)


Engine rpm to work rpm
Off plant stacker (incl. support legs pressurization in ST820)
Discharge conveyor (incl. product conveyors in ST3xx)
Hopper conveyor
Side conveyor 1
Side conveyor 2
Side conveyor 3
Screen
Lifting conveyor (incl. feed conveyor in ST3xx)
Shredder
Vibrating grid

The message of the starting device is visible in the message field in the main window.

You can start the process if (Message "Process enabled" in the message field):
Engine is running correctly
Safety switches are not activated
Hydraulic oil temperature is correct
Hydaulic oil level is correct
The maintenance safety switch of the conveyor is not activated

For more information, please refer to chapter 5, "Starting and Stopping", in the Instruction
Manual of the ST-unit.

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5. Stopping the Process


Stop the process by pressing the "Process stop" button on the control panel of the unit.
(NOTE: The "Process stop" button is not in the UCD, see Fig. 5.1.1.)
The Process stopsequence stops the devices of the unit in a specific order. The order is
opposite to the start process sequence. The automatic stopping sequence ensures that the devices
are stopped in the correct order.
User stops the process by pressing "Process stop" -button (digital input). Operating devices are
shut down in the following order:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Vibrating grid
Shredder
Lifting conveyor (incl. Feed conveyor in ST348)
Screen
Hopper conveyor
Side conveyor 3
Side conveyor 2
Side conveyor 1
Discharge conveyor (incl. product conveyors ST3xx)
Off plant stacker (incl. supporting legs pressurization in ST820)

The delay between the shut down of each device varies from 5 to 45 seconds depending on the
parameter value.
If the process is disabled, the Process stopsequence is activated. For more information, please
refer to chapter 5, "Starting and stopping", in the Instruction Manual of the ST-unit.
Stop the engine as instructed in chapter 5.3 Stopping the Diesel Engine, in the Instruction
Manual of the ST-unit.

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Figure 5.1.1 Control centre of the unit

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Radio key
Fuel pump
Drive lights
Emergency stop
Manual valves
Work lights
Display
Process ON
Key switch
Signal horn
Process OFF
Safety switch for conveyors

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6. Main Window (Run Mode Window)


When you start up the system the main window (run mode window) is displayed. In the main
window you will see the key values of the crushing process. To access unit information, process
options, settings or diagnostics, press the function key below the symbol. If you need more
information about the main window press the help function key.

Figure 6.0.1 Main window of ST171

Figure 6.0.2 Main window of ST3XX

Figure 6.0.3 Main window of ST620 and ST820


Explanations:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

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Engine rpm
Component pump 1 pressure bar/psi
Screen speed
Message field
Radio /Drive box selected
Not in use
Fuel amount

8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Window number
Time
Unit information (F1)
Help (F2)
Process options (F3)
Settings (F4)
Diagnostics (F5)
Component pump 2 pressure bar/psi

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Symbol field (5) shows whether the radio control or drive box is selected. The message field (4)
gives you information about the system status. Before the engine has started the message field
informs you when the engine is ready for starting.
Display messages during Process startphase:

Process enabled
Process started
Engine rpm increase to work rpm (10 sec ramp)
Message of each device starting
Process running
Process disabled: reason for disabling.

Display messages during process stop phase:

Process disabled: reason for disabling


Process stop activated
Message of each device stopping
Engine to idle rpm
Process stopped

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7. Unit Information
Press F1 in the main window to go to the unit information window.

Figure 7.0.1 Unit information

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Engine data
Process data
Hydraulics data
Hourmeters
Back to the previous window (F1)
Help (F2)
Enter (F3)
Backwards (F4)
Forwards (F5)

Press F4 or F5 to select the data you want to enter. After this, press F3 and the device you want
is selected.

Return to the main window with F1.

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8. Engine Data
Highlight the symbol of the engine in the unit information window and press F3. You will obtain
the engine information window.

Figure 8.0.1 Engine data

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Engine coolant temperature


Engine load
Engine oil pressure
Engine operating hours
Fuel consumption
System voltage
Engine rpm, required
Engine rpm actual
Engine coolant level %

The values are actual engine values.

Return to the previous window with F1.

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9. Process data
Highlight the symbol of the process in the unit information window and press F3. You will obtain
the process data window.

Figure 9.0.1 Process data

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Control-% of the lifting conveyor, feed conveyor or hopper conveyor


Lifting conveyor pressure
Lifting conveyor speed (Optional)
Discharge conveyor pressure (ST3xx)
Discharge conveyor speed (ST620 and ST820)
Screen speed
Side conveyor 1 speed (ST3xx, ST620 and ST820)
Side conveyor 2 speed (ST3xx, ST620 and ST820)
Side conveyor 3 speed (ST620 and ST820)
Shredder pressure (ST3xx)
Screen modules discharge conveyor speed (only when screen module is connected)

NOTE! If the unit is not equipped with the detector or the device in question, there will be a
dash in front of the measuring unit (refer, for example, to number 10 in figure 9.1.1).

Return to the previous window with F1.

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10.

Hydraulics data

Highlight the symbol of the hydraulics in the unit information window and press F3. You will
obtain the process data window.

Figure 10.0.1 Hydraulics data

1
2
3
4
5
6

Hydraulic oil temperature


Hydraulic oil filter status (normal flow / no flow)
Hydraulic oil level status (normal level / low level)
Component pump 1 pressure
Component pump 2 pressure (ST620, ST820 and ST171 with screen module)
Component pump 3 pressure (ST820)

Return to the previous window with F1

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Hourmeters

Highlight the symbol of the hourglass in the unit information window and press F3. You will
obtain the hourmeter window.

Figure 11.0.1 Hydraulics data


1
2
3
4
5

Track drive running hours


Process running hours
Feed conveyor or lifting conveyor running hours (depends on machine type)
Screen running hours
Discharge conveyor running hours

Return to the previous window with F1

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12.

General settings

Press F3 in the main window and you will obtain the general settings window. Because some of
the devices are not available for all ST's, the selection of the device is disabled by not displaying
the "1".

Figure 12.0.1 General settings window

If the unit is equipped e.g. with a shredder, the shredder needs to be selected active from this
page (see figure 10.1.2). When the shredder is selected 1all the parameters which effect the
shredder are activated and therefore displayed.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

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Shredder (ST3xx)
Off plant stacker (ST3xx and ST820)
Side conveyor 1 (ST620 and ST820)
Side conveyor 2 (ST620 and ST820)
Side conveyor 3 (ST620 and ST820)
Screen rotation (counterclockwise/ clockwise) (authorization defined in parameter!)
External screen rotation (counterclockwise/ clockwise) (ST171, authorization defined
in parameter!)
Manual control of the devices
Lifting conveyor (ST3xx: Feed conveyor) on/off control
Lifting conveyor (ST3xx: Feed conveyor) speed control

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The options vary depending on the machine. Machine type is defined in general parameter GS14.
Move in the window with F4 or F5. Confirm your selection with F3. For example, move with F4
or F5 to the vibrating grid off/on button and choose either one of them. Press F3 to save the
information. In this way you are able to select whether the grids vibration is on or not.

NOTE: If you want to edit the general settings during the process, their validation becomes
active only on next Process start(e.g. if you want to run the process without the side conveyor
1 you are able to select the off (0), but the side conveyor keeps running until the process is
switched off.)

Press F1 to obtain the main window.

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13.

Manual control

Highlight the manual control symbol in the process options window and confirm your selection
with F3. You will obtain the manual control window. Purpose of the Manual control is to control
devices in service operation or in device malfunction situation.
The safety devices of the unit will stop devices when activated from the hard
wiring side. The activation of the safety device will not disengage the control
which has been set in the ON-position. Special care must be taken when the
manual control is used.

Figure 13.0.1 Manual control 1 window

1
2
3
4
5
6

Feed or Hopper conveyor, off/on


Lifting conveyor, off/on
Screen, off/on
Discharge conveyor
Diesel engine revolutions, + / Grid tilt up, off/on

7
8
9

Grid tilt down, off/on


Manual control of the optional devices
Tracks movement (Admin mode only)

NOTE! With the ST348 and ST352 machines also the lifting conveyor starts if the feed conveyor
is selected on.
If the optional devices are selected active, the fingericon is showed in display. By highlighting
the icon and selecting it, the next manual control window (3.1.1) can be accessed.

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Figure 13.0.2 Manual control 2 window


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Vibrating grid (ST3XX)


Shredder (ST3XX)
Side conveyor 1 (ST620 and ST820)
Side conveyor 2 (ST620 and ST820)
Side conveyor 3 (ST620 and ST820)
Off plant stacker (ST3XX and ST620,ST820)
Screen module conveyors (ST171, only when screen module is connected)
Screen modules screen (ST171, only when screen module is connected)

Use F4 and F5 to move in the window. Confirm your selection with F3. To obtain the track
window (3.1.2) move with F4 or F5 onto the track symbol and press F3 to access the window.
NOTE: This window allows you to set which of the devices is on or off. If you
select 0, it means the device in question is OFF. Number 1 stands for ON.

NOTE: This control method should only be used if:


the system is not able to run the process normally or
the unit is being serviced

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13.1

Starting the process with manual control

Start the engine as instructed in chapter 5.2 Starting the Diesel Engine, in the Instruction
Manual of the ST-unit.
Start the process with the help of manual control in the same order as with the help of the
automatic system (refer to chapter 4).
NOTE! For safety reasons all manual control are set to 0 when diesel engine starts!
10.2

Stopping the process with manual control

Stop the process manually in the same order as it is done automatically (refer to chapter 5).
Stop the engine as instructed in chapter 5.3 Stopping the Diesel Engine, in the Instruction
Manual of the ST-unit.
Return to the previous window (general settings) with F1.

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Track-driving window (Only operational in Admin mode)

Highlight the track symbol in the manual control window and confirm your selection with F3.
You will obtain the track-driving window.
The purpose of the track-driving window is to make it possible to move the unit on a site by
using the UCD.

Figure 14.0.1 Track driving


1
2
3
4
5

Return to previous page


Left track backwards
Left track forward
Right track backwards
Right track forward

Left and right are defined from the feeding end of the unit. The forwardinstruction moves the
unit in the direction of the main conveyor (the same direction as the crushing material moves in
the unit).
If you press the button continuously, the ST unit will move in the direction you want. You cannot
use the forwards and backwards functions simultaneously. Drive speed is controlled by the engine
rpm.

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14.1

Track drive speed

Slow speed is active when process is running. Normal speed is active when engine speed is over
or equal to the parameter (T6) value. Fast speed is active when engine speed is over or equal to
the parameter (T5) value. Fast speed is not active when turning the unit.

Return to the previous window (manual control) with F1.

It is forbidden to drive the unit with the UCD if the drive control box (cable) or
radio control is in operation due to a high risk of personal injury.

Because of the unit weight and its dimensions, special attention should be paid
to safety issues if you drive the unit with the UCD.

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15.

Parameters/service window

Press F4 in the main window and you will obtain the parameters/service window.

Figure 15.0.1 Parameters

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

15.1

General parameters
Track drive parameters
Engine parameters
Screen parameters
Process parameters
Language
Access code to service parameters
Contrast adjustment
Time
Date
Units (metric/imperial)
Parameter groups
Alarms
Module program update (only in service mode)

Editing contrast, time, date or units

Highlight the required parameter with F4 or F5 arrow keys and select it by pressing F3 (OK).
Adjust the parameter with F4 or F5 and confirm with F3 (OK).

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15.2

Replacing a module (update function)

If an I/O module has to be replaced the module program will be automatically updated.
NOTE! The control voltage must be switched off during module replacement.
After the module has been replaced, the display will automatically go to the update
window.

Figure 15.2.1 Updating window

Figure 15.2.2 Updating window

In the updating window you will see the modules listed. The ones that do not have a correct
program in it are marked (X in the box).
NOTE! Do not switch off the operating voltage during the module program
update. Otherwise a module program failure may occur.

Move with arrow keys to START and press F3 (OK) in the window. The updating of the first
module will begin. First you will see an announcement "Writing flash " and a percentage
running in the view which will indicate the amount of downloaded data. After that a phrase
"Verifying" (also with a running percentage) will appear in the window. The last announcement
will be "Verification OK". After that the system will update the next module.
When the update is complete (Readytext is shown) , switch the power off and on again. The
control system is ready to be used.
Return to the main window with F1.

This function should be used always when a module is changed

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15.3

Parameters

There are two types of parameters: user editable parameters and supervisor access parameters.
NOTE: If a parameter has an "S" with it, it means that it is a service parameter
and only an authorized person has access to it.

The complete list of parameters and their corresponding parameter codes can be found from the
appendix pages.
15.3.1

User editable parameters

From the parameter/service window you will obtain the system parameters. First, use arrow keys
F4 or F5 to move to the symbol you want to adjust. The symbol will be highlighted. After this,
press F3 to obtain the parameter setting window of the device in question.
When the parameter setting window has been opened, the parameter number box (on the left) is
highlighted. The middle view shows the parameter description, default value and range. The box
on the right indicates the value of the parameter. With F4 and F5 you can scroll from one
parameter to another.

Figure 15.3.1 An example of a parameter setting window.

Press F3 to highlight the value box. F4 becomes a button and F5 becomes + button. With the
and + buttons you are able to change the parameter value. Press F3 and the data will be saved. F4
and F5 will turn back to arrow buttons.

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15.4

Parameter groups

With parameter group function user can save and load different parameter settings. When
machine's parameters are adjusted for surtain application, user can save settings in to parameter
slot which can be labeled by user.When application changes, user can adjust and save setting
again to a different parameter slot. When machine is used in same application as before previous
settings can be loaded to the system an thereby user do not have to adjust parameters for the
current application.

Figure 15.4.1 Parameter group main window


15.4.1

Load function

Select Loadin the parameter group window and you will obtain the parameter group load
window.

Figure 15.4.2 Load window


Select parameter slot where from the parameter settings are wanted to load from. Parameter
groups has folder icon or process icon for defining the current status of the parameter group. If
the parameter group has process icon, then the parameter groups parameter settings has been
loaded to the system. Folder icon indicates that parameter group in question is not currently in
use. Highlight desired parameter group slot and approve it by pressing OK.

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15.4.2

Save function

Select Savein the parameter group window and you will obtain the parameter group save
window.

Figure 15.4.3 Load window


There is a three parameter group slots for the user and one slot is only for the factory parameter
settings. Factory parameter settings can be saved only when system is in service mode.
Parameter groups can have folder icon, process icon or lock icon for defining the current status
of the parameter group. If the parameter group has process icon, then the parameter groups
parameter settings has been loaded to the system. Folder icon indicates that parameter group in
question is not currently in use. Lock icon indicates that the system is not in service mode and
thereby parameters can not be saved to the slot in question.
Select slot with arrow keys where to the parameters are wanted to be saved. Accept slot with
OK. System proposes to change parameter groups name by highlighting the selected slot.
Parameter groups name can be changed by selecting each character by scrolling letters a..z or
A..Z and numbers 0..9 with arrow keys and accepting right character with OK. User can also use
the previous name. When the parameter group has suitable name, save parameters to the slot by
highlighting the save button. System adds parameter groups saving time and date to the slot.

NOTE! : Do not switch off the operating voltage during parameter group saving or
loading.

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Diagnostics

You obtain the diagnostics window by pressing F5 in the main window. This is the main window
for diagnostics. In this window you can select whether you want to view basic diagnostics
(tracks, buttons and log files) or detailed diagnostics (connectors of each module). For example,
the tracks symbol (Fig. 16.1.1, number 1) opens the track drive diagnostics window.

Figure 16.0.1 Diagnostics

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Tracks (window 5.1)


Control keys (window 5.2)
Log files (window 5.3)
Module program versions (window 5.4)
Status of information by each connector of the ECM logic module
Status of information by each connector of HCM logic module

Move with F4 and F5 to the box you want to see and select it with F3.

Return to the main window with F1.

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Track Drive Diagnostics

You can obtain the track drive diagnostics window by selecting the tracks symbol in the
diagnostics main window.

Figure 16.1.1 Track drive diagnostics

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Track "forward" control received (radio/drive box)
Track "backward" control received (radio/drive box)
Actual track forward control percentage
Actual track backward control percentage
Track forward normal or fast speed active
Track backward normal or fast speed active
Engine rpm decrease / increase and feeder off/on with radio control received
Engine rpm decrease / increase request active
Tracking / Process controls active in radio controller
Feed speed decrease / increase control received from radio

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This window shows you the most important data for track driving. The window is also the
diagnostics window for the drive box. The selected control (drive box or radio) is shown in this
window (see Fig. 16.1.2, number 1).
You will also see the control percentages for the proportional valves, as well as the control
voltage area. Engine rpm and increasing/decreasing of the engine speed are also indicated.

16.2

Push Button Test

You will obtain the push button test window by selecting the control button symbol in the
diagnostics main window.

Figure 16.2.1 Push button test

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3
4

Engine key switch in start position


Process push buttons OFF and ON
Radio key switch OFF/ON
Conveyors maintanance safety switch OFF/ON

Return to the previous window by pressing F1.

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Log Files

In window 5 selecting symbol "log files" (figure 16.1.1, number 3) you will obtain the log files
window (5.3).

Figure 17.0.1 Log files

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Alarm history
Diesel diagnostics trouble codes
Temperature history log
Parameter log

From window 5.3 you have access to windows 5.3.1 (Alarm log), 5.3.2 (Diesel diagnostics
trouble codes), 5.3.3 (Temperature history log) and 5.3.4 (Parameter log)

Return to the previous window by pressing F1.

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Alarm log

In the log files window select number 1 to obtain the alarm log window.

Figure 17.1.1 Alarm log

Each alarm is saved to the database. The database consists of the date, time, alarm code, number
of alarms. If the same alarm occurs sequentially, only the first and last alarms and the number of
alarms are saved. The maximum number of alarms in the database is 100. The date of the last
reset is saved.

Press F2 to find explanations for alarms.

Return to the previous window by pressing F1.

The complete list of alarms and their corresponding alarm codes can be found from the appendix
pages.

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17.2 Diesel Diagnostic Trouble Codes (Active and Previously Active)


In the log files window select number 2 to obtain the engine trouble code log window.

Figure 17.2.1 Diesel diagnostic trouble codes

This window shows you the engine trouble codes. By pressing the function key F3 you will be
able to select whether to see the previously active trouble codes (DM2) or active trouble codes
(DM1).

With F4 and F5 you will be able to scroll the screen.

Return to the previous window by pressing F1.

Engine diagnostic codes according to SAE J1939 are shown in Appendix 2.

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Temperature History Log

In the log files window select number 3 to obtain the temperature log window.

Figure 17.3.1 Temperature history log


The number of module temperatures that are below 40oC (-40oF) or above +70oC (158oF) is
registered in this window by each module. Also, the number of hydraulic oil temperatures that
exceed 25oC (-13oF) and +85oC (185oF) is registered.
Return to the previous window by pressing F1.

17.4

Parameter Log

In the log files window select number 4 to obtain the parameter log window.

Figure 17.4.1 Parameter log

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In the parameter log window you can see the changed parameters and the date and time when
they were changed. You can also see the old and new values.
Using the arrow keys you will be able to scroll the screen.
Return to the previous window by pressing F1.

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Module Program Versions

In the diagnostics main window select number 4 (Module program versions) to obtain this
window.

Figure 18.0.1 Module program versions

This window shows you the module program versions and the date of the program. In this
window you cannot enter any information.

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2
3

Unit control display


Engine control module
Hydraulic control module

Return to the previous window by pressing F1.

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Reading Input/Output Modules Data

Select the ECM XM1 connector of the modules shown in window 5 and this window will be
opened.

Figure 17.0.1 Input/output data by connectors


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3

Number of the terminal / pin


Input/output value
Module

The window shows all pins in the selected connector. A detailed list can be found in the Help file.
Value is either 0 (no voltage in the input/output, logical false), 1 (input/output active, voltage
sent or received, logical true), current signal (mA-value), voltage signal (V-value) and PWM
voltage output percent.

Help file will contain information on all terminals. You can also use unit electrical
diagrams to locate terminals.

Return to the previous window by pressing F1.

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Troubleshooting

Generally trouble shooting with IC300 control system is based on checking the controller INPUT
and OUTPUT values.
However, this is to help you if the IC300 control system will not start up at all. Check the
following things:
If the reason is not shown in the message field of the main window:
Reset the control system.
Stop the engine by turning the control voltage off for 15 seconds.
Restart the engine.
Check the battery voltage.

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Appendix 1 / 1 (4)

ECM Input/Output data

Terminal/no = explanation
XM1/1 = Feeder support legs are down
XM1/2 = O/ Tracks power
XM1/3 = O-PWM/ Left track
XM1/4 = O-PWM/ Right track
XM1/5 = Not in use
XM1/6 = Not in use
XM1/7 = O/ Engine stop solenoid
XM1/8 = O/ Engine start relay
XM1/9 = Ground
XM1/10 = Ground
XM1/11 = Ground
XM1/12 = Discharge conveyor pressure sensor /AI
XM1/13 = (+24 V)
XM1/14 = O/ Primary feeder enabled
XM1/15 = O/ Engine glow relay
XM1/16 = Drivebox connected
XM1/17 = Drivebox: Engine rpm +
XM1/18 = Drivebox: Engine rpm XM1/19 = Drivebox: Left track forward
XM1/20 = Drivebox: Left track backward
XM1/21 = Drivebox: Right track forward
XM1/22 = Drivebox: Right track backward
XM1/23 = Drivebox: Remote stop

XM2/1 = O/ Screen valve power


XM2/2 = O-PWM/ Screen valve
XM2/3 = Not in use
XM2/4 = Not in use
XM2/5 = O/ Hand valves
XM2/6 = O/ Discharge conveyor valve
XM2/7 = O-PWM/ Lifting conveyor valve
XM2/8 = O/ Lifting conveyor valve power
XM2/9 = O/ Grid tilt up
XM2/10 = O/ Grid tilt down
XM2/11 = (+24 V)
XM2/12 = Hydraulic oil temperature /AI
XM2/13 = Ground
XM2/14 = Ground
XM2/15 = Ground
XM2/16 = O/ Sound alarm horn

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XM2/17 = Process stop


XM2/18 = Radio operation selected
XM2/19 = Discharge conveyor safety switch
XM2/20 = Conveyors maintenance switch
XM2/21 = Key switch in start position
XM2/22 = O/ Primary feeder pause
XM2/23 = Fuel concentrators water sensor

XM3/1
XM3/2
XM3/3
XM3/4
XM3/5
XM3/6

= +12 V
= +5 V
= Ground
= Ground
= Component pump 1 pressure sensor /AI
= Lifting conveyor pressure sensor /AI
/Lifting conveyor rotation sensor /AI
XM3/7 = Screen vibrating /AI
XM3/8 = Module identification /AI
XM3/9 = +12 V
XM3/10 = +5 V
XM3/11 = Ground
XM3/12 = Ground
XM3/13 = Process start
XM3/14 = Fuel level sensor /AI
XM3/15 = BSL
XM3/16 = Screen rotation sensor /PI
XM3/17 = Hydraulic oil level
XM3/18 = Hydraulic oil main valve
XM3/19 = Hydraulic oil filter
XM3/20 = Secondary unit pause request
XM3/21 = Secondary unit stop request
XM3/22 = Secondary unit connected
XM3/23 = Hand valves

XM4/1
XM4/2
XM4/3
XM4/4
XM4/5
XM4/6
XM4/7
XM4/8

= Ground
= CAN1 High
= CAN1 Ground
= CAN1 BAT
= +24VDC (module supply voltage)
= CAN1 Low
= CAN2 High (J1939)
= CAN2 Low (J1939)

Terminology:
AI = Analog input
AO = Analog output
PI = Pulse input
FB = Feedback
O/ = Output
O-PWM = Pulse Width Modulation output
BSL = Boot sequence line
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Appendix 1 / 3 (4)

HCM Input/Output data

Terminal/no = explanation
XM1/1 = O/ Shredder valve
XM1/2 = O-PWM/ Shredder valve
XM1/3 = O/ Offplant stacker
XM1/4 = O-PWM/ Offplant stacker
XM1/5 = Not in use
XM1/6 = Not in use
XM1/7 = O/ Vibrating grid valve
XM1/8 = O-PWM/ Vibrating grid valve
XM1/9 = Ground
XM1/10 = Ground
XM1/11 = Ground
XM1/12 = Shredder pressure sensor /AI
XM1/13 = (+24 V)
XM1/14 = O/ Fast drive valve
XM1/15 = O-PWM/ Side conveyor 2 valve
XM1/16 = O-PWM/ Side conveyor 3 valve
XM1/17 = Lifting conveyor safety switch
XM1/18 = Shredder safety switch
XM1/19 = Side conveyor 1 safety switch
XM1/20 = Side conveyor 2 safety switch
XM1/21 = Side conveyor 3 safety switch
XM1/22 = O/ Side conveyor 1 valve
XM1/23 = O-PWM/ Side conveyor 1 valve

XM2/1 = External Screen rotation direction clockwise


XM2/2 = External Screen rotation direction counter clockwise
XM2/3 = Not in use
XM2/4 = Not in use
XM2/5 = Screen module connected
XM2/6 = Screen module side conveyor safety switch
XM2/7 = Screen module discharge conveyor safety switch
XM2/8 = Screen module hydraulic valves
XM2/9 = Not in use
XM2/10 = Not in use
XM2/11 = Not in use
XM2/12 = Not in use
XM2/13 = Ground
XM2/14 = Ground
XM2/15 = Ground
XM2/16 = Not in use

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XM2/17 = Not in use


XM2/18 = Not in use
XM2/19 = Not in use
XM2/20 = Not in use
XM2/21 = Not in use
XM2/22 = O/ Side conveyor 2
XM2/23 = O/ Side conveyor 3
XM3/1 = +12 V
XM3/2 = +5 V
XM3/3 = Ground
XM3/4 = Ground
XM3/5 = Component pump 2 pressure sensor /AI
XM3/6 = Component pump 3 pressure sensor /AI
XM3/7 = Not in use
XM3/8 = Module identification /AI
XM3/9 = +12 V
XM3/10 = +5 V
XM3/11 = Ground
XM3/12 = Ground
XM3/13 = Not in use
XM3/14 = Not in use
XM3/15 = BSL
XM3/16 = Side conveyor 1 speed sensor
XM3/17 = Side conveyor 2 speed sensor
XM3/18 = Side conveyor 3 speed sensor
XM3/19 = Screen module discharge conveyor speed
XM3/20 = Lifting conveyor speed sensor
XM3/21 = Components in work position
XM3/22 = Engine coolant level alarm
XM3/23 = Discharge conveyor speed sensor
XM4/1
XM4/2
XM4/3
XM4/4
XM4/5
XM4/6
XM4/7
XM4/8

= Ground
= CAN1 High
= CAN1 Ground
= CAN1 BAT
= +24VDC (module supply voltage)
= CAN1 Low
= Not in use
= Not in use

Terminology:
AI = Analog input
AO = Analog output
PI = Pulse input
FB = Feedback
O/ = Output
O-PWM = Pulse Width Modulation output
BSL = Boot sequence line
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Engine diagnostic codes

Appendix 2 / 1 (8)

ENGINE DIAGNOSTIC CODES


SPN ( Suspected Parameter Number )
PID
0
1(1)
2(1)
3(1)
4
5(1)
6(1)
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8
9
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11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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34
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36
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Single data character length parameters
Request parameter
Invalid data parameter (see appendix A)
Transmitter system status (see appendix A)
Transmitter system Diagnostic (see appendix A)
Reserved - to be assigned
Underrange warning condition (see appendix A)
Overrange warning condition (see appendix A)
Axle # 2 lift air pressure
Brake system air pressure low warning switch status
Axle lift status
Axle slider status
Cargo securement
Brake stroke status
Entry assist position/deployment
Entry assist motor current
Fuel supply pump inlet pressure
Suction side fuel filter differential pressure
Engine oil level remote reservoir
Extended range fuel pressure
Extended range engine oil pressure
Extended range engine coolant pressure
Engine ECU temperature
Extended engine crankcase blow-by pressure
Generator oil pressure
Generator coolant temperature
Air conditioner system status # 2
Estimated percent fan speed
Percent Exhaust gas recirculation valve # 1 position
Percent accelerator position # 3
Percent accelerator position # 2
Crankcase blow-by pressure
Transmission range position
Transmission splitter position
Clutch cylinder position
Clutch cylinder actuator status
Shift finger actuator status # 2
Clutch plates wear condition
Transmission tank air pressure
Second fuel level (right side)
Tire pressure check interval
Engine retarder switches status
Cruise control switches status
Pressure switch status
Ignition switch status
Attention/warning indicator lamps status
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Inlet air heater status


Vehicle wet tank pressure
Retarder status
Extended range barometric pressure
ABS control status
Air conditioner system clutch status/command # 1
Throttle position
Engine intercooler temperature
Transmission synchronizer clutch value
Transmission synchronizer brake value
Shift finger actuator status # 2
Transmission range switch status
Transmission actuator status # 2
Shift finger actuator status
Shift finger gear position
Shift finger rail position
Parking brake actuator status
Retarder inhibit status
Transmission actuator status # 1
Direction switch status
Service brake switch status
Vehicle enabling component status
Shift request switch status
Torque limiting factor
Two speed axle switch status
Parking brake switch status
Idle shutdown timer status
Blower bypass value position
Auxiliary water pump pressure
Maximum road speed limit
Steering axle temperature
Axle # 1 lift air pressure
Forward rear drive axle temperature
Rear rear-drive axle temperature
Road surface temperature
Washer fluid level
Particulate trap inlet pressure
Air start pressure
Road speed limit status
Road speed
Cruise control status
Cruise control set speed
Cruise control high-set limit speed
Cruise control low-set limit speed
Power takeoff status
PTO oil temperature
Percent accelerator pedal position
Percent engine load
Output torque
Fuel delivery pressure
Fuel filter differential pressure

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114
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Fuel level
Water in fuel indicator
Engine oil level
Engine oil filter differential pressure
Engine oil pressure
Crankcase pressure
Boost pressure
Turbo speed
Turbo oil pressure
Intake manifold temperature
Air inlet pressure
Air filter differential pressure
Barometric pressure
Coolant pressure
Engine coolant temperature
Coolant level
Coolant filter differential pressure
Governor droop
New battery current
Alternator current
Brake application pressure
Brake primary pressure
Brake secundary pressure
Hydraulic retarder pressure
Hydraulic retarder oil temperature
Engine retarder status
Engine retarder percent
Clutch pressure
Transmission oil level
Transmission oil level high/low
Transmission filter differential pressure
Transmission oil pressure
Double data character length parameters
Component-specific request
Injector metering rail # 2 pressure
Power specific fuel economy
Exhaust back pressure
Mass air flow
Average fuel rate
Wheel speed sensor status
Extended range fuel delivery pressure (absolute)
Auxiliary vacuum pressure reading
Auxiliary gage pressure reading # 1
Auxiliary absolute pressure reading
Tire pressure control system channel functional mode
Tire pressure control system solenoid status
Trailer # 1, tag # 1, or push channel # 1 tire pressure target
Drive channel tire pressure target
Steer channel tire pressure target
Trailer # 1, tag # 1, or push channel # 1 tire pressure
Drive channel tire pressure

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Steer channel tire pressure


Average fuel economy (natural gas)
Instantaneous fuel economy (natural gas)
Fuel mass flow rate (natural gas)
PTO engagement control status
ATC control status
Number of ECU resets
Crankcase pressure
Auxiliary input and output status # 2
Auxiliary input and output status # 1
Injector timing rail pressure
Injector metering rail pressure
Battery potential (voltage) - switched
Gas supply pressure
Main shaft speed
Input shaft speed
Transmission range selected
Transmission range Attained
Injection control pressure
Compass bearing
Rated engine power
Alternator potential (voltage)
Battery potential (voltage)
Cargo ambient temperature
Cab interior temperature
Ambient air temperature
Air inlet temperature
Exhaust gas temperature
Fuel temperature
Engine oil temperature
Turbo oil temperature
Transmission # 1 oil temperature
Front axle weight
Rear axle weight
Trailer weight
Cargo weight
Trip fuel
Fuel rate (instantaneous)
Instantaneous fuel economy
Average fuel economy
Power takeoff speed
Power takeoff set speed
Idle engine speed
Rated engine speed
Engine speed
Transmission output shaft speed
Variable and long data character length parameters
Multisection parameter
Transmitter system diagnostic table (see appendix A)
Transmitter system diagnostic code and occurrence count table

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Diagnostic data request/clear count


Dignostic data/count clear response
Connection management
Connection mode data transfer
Traction control disable state
Reserved - to be assigned
Reserved - to be assigned
Reserved - to be assigned
Reserved - to be assigned
Reserved - to be assigned
Reserved - to be assigned
Reserved - to be assigned
Reserved - to be assigned
Reserved - to be assigned
ABS control status, trailer
Tire temperature (by sequence number)
Tire pressure (by sequence number)
Tire pressure target (by sequence number)
Wheel end assembly vibration level
Vehicle wheel speeds
Brake temperature
Wheel bearing temperature
Fuel tank/nozzle identification
State line crossing
Current state and country
Engine torque history
Anti-theft request
Anti-theft status
Auxiliary A/D counts
Immobilizer security
Reserved for text message acknowledged
Reserved for text message to display
Reserved for text message display type
Speed sensor calibration
Total fuel used (natural gas)
Total idle fuel used (natural gas)
Trip fuel (natural gas)
DGPS differential correction
Unit number (power unit)
Software identification
Total idle hours
Totel idle fuel used
Vehicle indentification number
Velocity vector
Vehicle position
Change reference number
Tire pressure by position
Tire temperature by position
Component identification
Trip distance
Total vehicle distance
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256 (0)
257(1)
258(2)
259(3)
260-361
362(106)
363(107)
364(108)
365(109)
366(110)
367(111)
368(112)
369(113)
370(114)
371(115)
372(116)
373(117)
374(118)
375(119)
376(120)
377(121)
378(122)
379(123)
380(124)
381(125)
382(126)
383(127)
384(128)
385-405
406(150)
407(151)
408(152)
409(153)
410(154)
411(155)
412(156)
413(157)
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Total vehicle hours


Total engine hours
Total PTO hours
Total engine revolutions
Total fuel used
Clock
Date
Elapsed time
Special parameters
Data link escape
Extension
Single data character length parameters
(modulo 256 value identified in parantheses)
Request parameter
Cold restart of specific component
Warm restart ot specific component
Component restart response
Reserved (page 2) to be assigned
Percent exhaust gas recirculation valve # 2 position
Hydraulic retarder control air pressure
HVAC unit discharge temperature
Weighing system status command
Engine oil level high/low
Lane tracking system status
Lane departure indication
Distance to rear object (reverse)
Trailer pneumatic brake control line pressure
Trailer pneumatic supply line pressure
Remote accelerator
Center rear drive axle temperature
Alternator AC voltage
Fuel return pressure
Fuel pump inlet vacuum
Compression unbalanced
Fare collction unit status
Door status
Articulation angle
Vehicle use status
Transit silent alarm status
Vehicle acceleration
Double data character length parameters
Component-specific request
Reserved (page 2 ) -to be assigned
HVAC blower motor speed
Axle group full weight calibration
Axle group empty weight calibration
Axle group weight
Extended range raod surface temperature
Recirculated engine exhaust gas diffrential pressure
Recirculated engine exhaust gas temperature
Net vehicle weight change
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414(158)
415(159)
416(160)
417(161)
418(162)
419(163)
420(164)
421(165)
422(166)
423(167)
424(168)
425(169)
426(170)
427(171)
428(172)
429(173)
430(174)
431(175)
432(176)
433(177)
434(178)
435(179)
436(180)
437(181)
438(182)
439(183)
440(184)
441(185)
442(186)
443(187)
444(188)
445(189)
446(190)
447(191)
448(192)
449(193)
450(194)
451-497
498(242)
499(243)
500(244)
501(245)
502(246)
503(247)
504(248)
505(249)
506(250)
507(251)
508(252)
509(253)
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Air conditioner Refrigerant low side pressure


Air conditioner refrigerant high side pressure
Evaporator temperature
Gross vehicle weight
Transmission # 2 oil temperature
Starter circuit resistance
Starter current (average)
Alternator/generator negative cable voltage
Auxiliary current
Extended range net battery current
DC voltage
Auxiliary frequency
Alternator/generator field voltage
Battery resistance change
Battery internal resistance
Starter current peak
Starter solenoid voltage
Starter negative cable voltage
Starter motor voltage
Fuel shutoff solenoid voltage
AC voltage
Cargo ambient temperature (by location)
Trip sudden decelerations
Trailer # 2, tag # 2, or push channel # 2 tire pressure target
Trailer # 2, tag # 2, or push channel # 2 tire pressure
Extended range boost pressure # 1
Extended range boost pressure # 2
Auxiliary temperature # 1
Auxiliary temperature # 2
Auxiliary gage pressure reading # 2
Battery # 2 potential (voltage)
Cylinder head temperature bank B (right bank)
Cylinder head temperature bank A (left bank)
Passenger counter
Variable and long data character length parameters
Page 2 multisection parameter
Reporting interval request
Bridge filter control
Reserved (page 2) -to be assigned
Send keypress command
Driver interface unit (DIU) object/form command
Intersection preemption status and configuration
Signage message
Fare collection unit - point of sale
Fare collection unit - service detail
Annunciator voice message
Vehicle control head keyboard message
Vihecle control head display message
Driver identification
Transit route identification
Mile post identification
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Special parameters
510(254) Page 2 data link escape
511(255) Page 2 extension
(1) = these PIDs are superseded by PIDs 194, 195 and 196

FMI (Failure Mode Identifier)


0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20 30
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Data valid but above normal operational range - most severe level
Data valid but below normal operational range - most severe level
Data erratic, intermittent or incorrect
Voltage above normal or shorted to high source
Voltage below normal or shorted to low source
Current below normal or open circuit
Current above normal or grounded circuit
Mechanical system not responding or out of adjustment
Abnormal frequency or pulse width or period
Abnormal update rate
Abnormal rate of change
Root cause not known
Bad intelligent device or component
Out of calibration
Special instructions
Data valid but above normal operating range - least severe level
Data valid but above normal operating range - moderately severe
level
Data valid but below normal operating range - least severe level
Data valid but below normal operating range - moderately severe level
Received network data in error
Reserved for SAE assignment
Not available or condition exists

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Parameters in display unit

Normal

Language selection
Date
Time
UCD contrast
Metric/Imperial units
Shredder in use
Vibrating grid in use
Side conveyor 1 in use
Side conveyor 2 in use
Side conveyor 3 in use
Screen rotation direction (clockwise/counterclockwise)
Screen module controls
Restore factory settings

Service

Save factory settings

Alarms

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If the parameter value is marked with --- the parameter is not in use and not
displayed. If parameter value has *-mark, it has to be adjusted in test drive
and if necessary also on site (depending on material).
#
G1
G2
G3
G4
G6
G7
GS8
GS9
GS10
GS11
GS12
GS13
GS14
GS15

T1
T2
T3
T4
T5
T6
TS7
#
TS8
TS9
TS10

Description

ST171

ST348

ST352

ST620

ST820

Hydraulic oil slow down limit, range 70 - 90 C


Shredder high pressure alarm limit, range 0 200 bar, if set to 0 not in use
Grid tilt sequence time, range 1 - 40 sec
Shredder speed, range 0 - 100 %

-----

85
100

85
100

85
---

85
---

6
---

6
80

6
80

-----

-----

Off plant stacker speed, range 0 - 100 %


Vibrating grid control, range 0 - 100 %
Hydraulic oil temp shut down limit, range 8095 C
Delay between device start, range 1 - 15 s
Delay between the device shut down, range 5
- 45 s
Engine type Deutz (0), CAT/Perkings (1),
CAT C12 (2)
Max component pump 1pressure, range 0300bar, if set to 0 not in use
Max component pump 2 pressure, range 0300bar, if set to 0, not in use.
Unit type, ST171 (0), ST3XX (1) or STX20
(2), Range 0-2,
Component pump 3 high pressure alarm limit,
default 0 bar, range 0-400bar, if set to 0 not
in use

----95

50
50
95

50
50
95

----95

60
--95

15
5

15
10

15
10

5
10

15
10

240

240

240

240

240

240

---

---

240

240

---

---

---

300

65*

65*

65*

65*

65*

35*

35*

35*

35*

35*

65*

65*

65*

65*

65*

35*

35*

35*

35*

35*

2000
1500
400

2000
1500
400

2000
1500
400

2000
1500
400

2000
1500
400

ST171

ST348

ST352

ST620

ST820

200

400

400

200

200

---

---

Min value for right track backward, default


60.0 %, range 50.0-95.0%
Min value for right track forward, default 40.0
%, range 5.0-50.0%
Min value for left track backward, range 50.095.0%
Min value for left track forward, range 5.050.0%
Fast speed rpm limit, range 1500 - 2500 rpm
Normal speed rpm limit, range 1000 - 2000
Tracks slow down ramp time, default 1000ms,
range 1 - 2000ms
Description

Fast track drive type. By XM1.14 (0) or by


XM2.7 (1)
Tracks speed up ramp time, default 1000ms,
range 1 - 2000ms
Supporting legslimit switch in use, Not in

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use
0
, In use
1
.
E1
E2
E3
HS1

800
2300
5
0

1200
2200
5
0

1200
2200
5
0

800
2500
5
0

800
2000
5
0

600
--------0

600
0
600
0
600
0

600
0
600
0
600
0

600
----0
600
---

600
----0
600
0

600
905

600
905

600
905

--905

600
905

2.12

2.12

2.12

2.12

2.12

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

1.20

1.20

1.20

1.20

1.20

---

---

600
---

-----

-----

600
---

600
0

---

---

---

---

600

0
70
0

1150
40*
850

1050
53*
850

0
100
0

850
70*
650

ST171

ST348

ST352

ST620

ST820

Screen high speed limit


Screen speed up ramp time, range 0 - 20 s
Screen slow down ramp time, range 0 - 20 s
Number of teeth in one rotation, range 0-100
(ST352: Rexroth motor / Parker motor)

0
5
15
0

1225
5
15
38

1150
5
15
45
35

0
5
15
53

950
5
15
53

F1
F2

Lifting conveyor low speed limit


Lifting conveyor pressure limit, range 0200bar

0
---

0
130

0
130

0
140

0
160

F3

21. Feed MIN speed control value,


range 0-100%

20*

50*

50*

50*

50*

HS2
HS3
HS4
HS5
HS6
HS7
HS8
HS9
HS10
HS11
HS12
HS13
HS14
HS15
HS16
SS1

S2
SS3
SS4
#
SS5
SS6
SS7
SS8

Engine min speed, range 700 - 1200 rpm


Engine MAX speed, range 1900 - 2500 rpm
Fuel level alarm limit, range 0 - 20 %
Component pump 1 pressure sensor 4 mA
value
Component pump 1 pressure sensor range
Shredder pressure sensor 4 mA value
Shredder pressure sensor range
Lifting conveyor pressure sensor 4 mA value
Lifting conveyor pressure sensor range
Discharge conveyor pressure sensor 4 mA
value
Discharge conveyor pressure sensor range
Hydraulic oil temperature sensor gain
(mV/100C)
Hydraulic oil temperature sensor 0C voltage
reading
Fuel level sensor min output voltage, range 0
- 5V
Fuel level sensor max output voltage, range
0 - 5V
Component pump 2 pressure sensor 4mA
value
Component pump 2 pressure sensor range
Component pump 3 pressure sensor 4mA
value
Component pump 3 pressure sensor range
Screen rotation direction change
authorization. 0 = allowed, 1 = allowed only
in service mode,
Screen target speed. If set to 0 not in use
Screen control, range 0 - 100%
Screen low speed limit
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F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9

F10
F11
F12
F13
F14
F15
F16
F17
F18
F19
F20
#
F21

F22
F23
F24

Feed MAX speed control value, range 0100%


Stop delay time, if component pump 1
pressure is high range 0 90s.
Stop delay time, if discharging conveyor
pressure is high, default 30s, range 0 - 45s
Stop speed time, if shredder pressure high,
range 0 - 45s.
Discharge conveyor high pressure alarm
limit, range 0-200bar
Discharge conveyor low speed limit (rpm) ,
default 200rpm, range 0 400rpm, if set to 0
not in use
Feed STOP speed control value, range 0100%
Feed start MIN speed time, range 0 30 sec.
Side conveyor 1 control, range 0-100%
Side conveyor 2 control, range 0-100%
Side conveyor 3 control, range 0-100%
Stop delay time, if screen speed is low, range
0 - 45sec,
Stop delay time, if lifting conveyor pressure is
high, range 0 45 sec,
Stop delay time, if component pump 2
pressure high, range 0 - 90s,
Side conveyor 1 low speed limit, default
200s, range 0 - 400s, if set to 0 not in use
Side conveyor 2 low speed limit, default
200s, range 0 - 400s, if set to 0 not in use
Side conveyor 3 low speed limit, default
200s, range 0 - 400s, if set to 0 not in use

60*

100*

100*

100*

100*

55

55

55

55

55

---

30

30

---

---

150

150

150

150

---

---

---

220

220

10*

30*

30*

15*

15*

5
---------

5
------30

5
------30

5
100
100
100
30

5
100
80
80
30

---

20

20

20

20

40

---

---

55

55

---

200

200

---

200

200

---

---

---

200

200

Description

ST171

ST348

ST352

ST620

Stop delay time, if pause request from


Secondary unit is active, default 20sec. range
0-60sec.
Stop delay time, if component pump 3
pressure high, default 60s, range 0 - 90s,
Stop delay time, if discharging conveyor
speed is low , default 30s, range 0 - 45s
External screen
s discharge conveyor low
speed limit, default 0rpm, range 0-500rpm

20

20

20

20

20

---

---

---

40

200

---

---

---

---

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