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ImPortant safety InformatIon

1. General InformatIon
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1.1 Introduction................................................... 6
1.2 applications ................................................... 6
1.3 PowerWizard Variations ........................................... 6
1.4 PowerWizard Control module Description ................................. 7

2. User InterfaCe oVerVIeW


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2.1 Hot Keys.................................................... 8
2.2 Control Keys................................................... 8
2.3 navigation Keys ................................................ 8
2.4 event Keys and Indicators .......................................... 9

3. DetaIleD oPeratIon
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3.1 PowerWizard menu trees.......................................... 10
3.2 technical operation ..............................................11
3.2.1 Engine Starting Sequence .............................................. 11
3.2.2 Engine Stopping Sequence ............................................. 11
3.2.3 Event System ...................................................... 11
3.2.4 Event State......................................................... 11
3.2.5 Event Viewing ......................................................12
3.2.6 Single Event Resetting.................................................12
3.2.7 All Events Resetting..................................................12
3.3 security..................................................... 12
3.4 real time Clock Programming (PowerWizard 2.1)............................ 13
3.5 fuel Priming � engines with electronic fuel lift
Pump ......................... 13
3.6 fuel transfer (PowerWizard 2.1) ....................................... 14
3.7 Programmable Cycle timer (PCt) (PowerWizard 2.1)...........................
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3.7.1 PCT Status.........................................................14
3.7.2 Controlling The Outputs ...............................................14
3.7.3 PCT Example: ......................................................14

4. InstallatIon
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4.1 Power requirements............................................ 15
4.2 location Considerations.......................................... 16
4.3 electrical Connections ........................................... 16
4.4 Winding Connections .............................................17
4.5 transformer Connections.......................................... 18
4.6 Data links................................................... 19
4.6.1 Primary J1939 Data Link (CAN1) ............................................19
4.6.2 Accessary J1939 Data Link ..............................................21
4.7 optional modules ............................................... 22
4.7.1 Annunciator (MCM9) .................................................. 22
4.7.2 PowerWizard Support of the Annunciator ...................................
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5. setPoInt ProGrammInG
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5.1 Digital Input Programming......................................... 24
5.1.1 Digital Inputs .......................................................24
5.1.2 Dedicated Digital Inputs ...............................................24
5.1.3 Programmable Digital Inputs ............................................. 25
5.2 relay and Digital output Programming................................. 26
5.3 analogue Input Programming ....................................... 29

6. retrofIttInG PoWerWIzarDs
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6.1 est availability and licensing ........................................ 31
6.2 flash files and field replacement files ................................. 31
6.3 Possible est error messages, their cause and suggested
action ................... 34

7. steP tHroUGH GUIDes


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7.1 reduced Power mode (rPm)......................................... 35
7.2 service maintenance Interval ........................................ 36
7.2.1 Reset Service Interval ................................................. 36
7.2.2 Change Duration of Service Interval Alarm ...................................
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7.2.3 Disable Service Interval Alarm ........................................... 36
7.3 setting up language............................................ 36
7.4 Disabling not In aUto ........................................... 37
7.5 Disabling thermo start (start aid
activation) ............................... 37
aPPenDIx a � sPn/fmI lIst
38 aPPenDIx B � setPoInt taBles
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1.1 Control ..................................................... 43
1.1.1 Automatic Start/Stop ..................................................43
1.1.2 AVR Desired Voltage .................................................. 44
1.1.3 Governor Desired Engine Speed .......................................... 44
1.2 engine monitor / Protect ........................................... 44
1.2.1 Battery Voltage Monitor............................................... 44
1.2.2 Crank / Start Counter .................................................. 44
1.2.3 Engine Speed Monitor.................................................45
1.2.4 Enhanced Engine Monitor..............................................45
1.2.5 Service Maintenance Interval............................................45
1.3 events...................................................... 45
1.4 Generator monitor / Protect ......................................... 46
1.4.1 Enhanced generator monitor ............................................. 46
1.4.2 Generator AC monitor ................................................ 46
1.4.3 Generator AC power monitor ............................................ 46
1.4.4 Generator over current .................................................47
1.4.5 Generator Over / Under Frequency ........................................47
1.4.6 Generator Over / Under Voltage ..........................................47
1.4.7 Generator Reverse Power ...............................................47
1.5 network .................................................... 48
1.6 reduced Power mode ............................................ 48
1.7 Inputs & outputs............................................... 48
1.7.1 Digital Inputs ...................................................... 48
1.7.2 Digital Outputs ...................................................... 48
1.7.3 Relay Outputs....................................................... 48
1.7.4 Analogue Inputs.................................................... 48