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Murphy PowerCore®
MPC-20-R2
Engine Controller
Operations Manual
*Approved by CSA for non-hazardous locations (Group Safety Publication EIC 61010-1, Third Edition)
Products covered in this document comply with European Council electromagnetic compatibility directive
2014/30/EU and electrical safety directive 2014/35/EU.
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In order to consistently bring you the highest quality, full-featured products, we reserve the right to change
our specifications and designs at any time.
ENOVATION CONTROLS has made efforts to ensure the reliability of the MPC-20 and
to recommend safe use practices in system applications. Please note that in any
application, operation and controller failures can occur. These failures might result in full
control outputs or other outputs that might cause damage to or unsafe conditions in the
equipment or process connected to the MPC-20.
Good engineering practices, electrical codes and insurance regulations require that you
use independent external protective devices to prevent potentially dangerous or unsafe
conditions. Assume that the MPC-20-R2 can fail with outputs full ON, outputs full OFF
or that other unexpected conditions can occur.
Please read the following information before operating the MPC-20-R2:
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Observe all Warnings and Cautions in each section of these instructions.
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The MPC-20 is designed for use in industrial environments. There might be potential
difficulties in ensuring electromagnetic compatibility in other environments due to
conducted as well as radiated disturbances.
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Please contact ENOVATION CONTROLS immediately if you have any questions.
IMPORTANT! False or improper use and operation of electronic
products could be dangerous. It is required that point-of-operation
guarding devices be installed and maintained. All such devices
must meet OSHA and ANSI Machine safety standards. The
manufacturer shall not accept any responsibility for installation,
application or safety of systems.
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The MPC-20 can be set as an Auto Start Controller. Please be cognizant at all times of hands
and other objects that are in close proximity to the machine(s) being controlled as they may
commence operation suddenly and without warning.
LENS CLEANING PROCEDURES
The lens on the MPC-20 is composed of
polycarbonate materials. Use only mild soap
and water to clean the lens/display window.
Evidence of improper cleaning techniques or
chemicals includes cracks, smear marks,
scratches or fogged/hazy lenses.
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Table of Contents
Introduction ..............................................................................................................................7
Murphy PowerCore 20 Revision 2 (MPC-20-R2) ...................................................... 7
User Interface ........................................................................................................... 9
Accessing the Menu ............................................................................................................ 10
Main Menu ............................................................................................................................. 10
Auto Start/Stop Functions Defined .................................................................................... 14
Single Contact Start/Stop:....................................................................................... 14
Local Start Key Start/Stop:...................................................................................... 14
Two Contact Maintained Start/Stop (commonly known as Floats): ......................... 15
Two Contact Momentary Start/Stop: ....................................................................... 15
(Pressure, Level, Flow, or Temperature) Transducer Start/Stop: ........................... 15
Auto Throttling Functions Defined .................................................................................... 15
Running Loaded Throttle: ....................................................................................... 15
(Pressure, Level, or Flow) Transducer Throttle:...................................................... 15
Local Throttle Input: ................................................................................................ 15
Quick-Start Setup Guide ..................................................................................................... 15
Setting up for a Mechanical Engine ........................................................................ 16
Setting up for an Electronic J1939 Engine .............................................................. 16
Adjusting the Contrast if the screen is too dark/light ............................................... 17
Setting up to Auto Start/Stop for Single Contact Input (Single Float) ...................... 17
Setting up to Auto Start/Stop for Start Local Key .................................................... 17
Setting up to Auto Start/Stop for 2 Contact Inputs (Dual Floats) ............................. 17
Setting up to Auto Start on Pressure ...................................................................... 18
Setting up to Auto Start on Level ............................................................................ 18
Setting up to Auto Start on Flow ............................................................................. 19
Setting up to Auto Start on Temperature ................................................................ 19
Setting up to Auto Start on Clock ............................................................................ 19
Setting up to Stop the Engine from Utilizing the Countdown Timer ........................ 20
Screen Examples.................................................................................................................. 20
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MPC-20-R2 Screens in order.................................................................................. 21
Warning and Shut-down Icons ................................................................................ 25
Icon Troubleshooting .............................................................................................. 26
Menu Glossary...................................................................................................................... 26
System – (Low Security) ......................................................................................... 26
Engine Settings – (Medium Security): ..................................................................... 28
Advanced Engine Settings – (Low Security): .......................................................... 30
Throttle Menu – (Medium Security): ........................................................................ 35
Input / Output Menu – (Medium Security): .............................................................. 36
Application Configuration – (Low Security): ............................................................ 40
Start / Stop Timers – (Low Security): ...................................................................... 45
Communication – (High Security): .......................................................................... 46
Passcodes – (High Security) ................................................................................... 47
Communications .................................................................................................................. 47
This section covers the RS485 Modbus registers and the CAN Parameter Map. ... 47
Modbus Registers ................................................................................................... 47
CAN Parameter Map............................................................................................... 53
Supplementary Information ................................................................................................ 57
Passcodes .............................................................................................................. 57
PC Configuration Software ..................................................................................... 57
Specifications ....................................................................................................................... 58
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Introduction
This document is designed to familiarize a user with the MPC-20-R2 and explain how to navigate the interface
and modify the settings when installing/operating the controller. The Quick Set Up guide assists with
establishing the different functions in the MPC-20-R2 for system setup. Before attempting to set up the
controller, be sure to read and understand this manual in its entirety.
Murphy PowerCore 20 Revision 2 (MPC-20-R2)
The Murphy PowerCore 20 Controller (MPC-20) is a general all-purpose manual/auto start and manual/auto
throttling engine controller. The controller is purposed primarily for pump and irrigation applications; however,
it is versatile and flexible enough to be used on many applications outside pump and irrigation. This is a
powerful controller that supports J1939 CAN protocols for electronically governed engines as well as
mechanical engines for fault and safety shutdowns.
The MPC-20-R2 is flexible in many aspects. The flexibility consists of the ability to:
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use in most applications where auto start or auto throttling is required or desired;
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use the same controller on electronically governed J1939 and mechanical engines;
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establish multi-level securities in the menu structure when using the configuration tool;
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use the same controller on 12VDC or 24VDC systems;
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use as auto start and/or manual start controller;
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use as manual throttle and/or auto throttle controller;
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change the input type for the analog inputs;
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use additional analog inputs as digital ground inputs;
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assign functions and actions to digital inputs;
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use digital inputs as battery or ground inputs;
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be mounted in all-weather environment;
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be customer-mounted in panel of choice.
Engine Application States and Delays
While reprogrammable, the MPC-20 follows a standard operating sequence. This operating sequence is a
set of machine states that happen in a predetermined order. Machine states and/or delays can be set to zero
if not needed or adjusted to fit the application. The following states and delays will be executed during the
auto sequence, provided that the corresponding timer has not been set to 00:00:00 or the controller has not
been placed in a manual mode of operation:
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Stabilize: a timed state to allow the controller to enable the ECU prior to the controller cranking
the engine. This timer can be disabled if set up for mechanical engine use by changing the
ECU Stabilize Timer to 0.
Stopped: a timed state where the controller is ready to start the engine manually or
automatically. This is also the state that allows changes to be saved in the Menu.
Standby: a timed state that will shut off the LCD backlight, heater and CAN transceiver to
conserve battery power while the unit waits for a key press or an automatic start condition.
Wait To Start: when an engine is not ready to start and sends a message across the J1939
communications stating it is not ready to start.
Auto Start Delay: (available in Auto mode only) a user-defined timed state that ensures the
auto start signal is present for a desired amount of time prior to cranking the engine. During
this period, the auto start condition is ignored and must remain active throughout this delay, or
the delay is reset to zero.
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Prestart Delay 1: (Auto Only or Auto/Manual) after a start condition has been accepted by
the controller, this delay begins timing, and the prestart output turns on. When this delay
expires, the output is turned off, and the auto sequence continues.
Check Safe To Start: a non-timed state that will check to ensure the engine can start safely.
Minimum Run Time: only active using auto start and with all auto start types except local key
and clock. Local stop key will also initiate the stop sequence before the timer expires, if
pressed.
*Prestart Delay 2 (precrank): (Auto Only or Auto/Manual) after a start condition has been
accepted by the controller, this delay begins timing, and the prestart output turns on. When
this delay expires, the output is turned off, and the auto sequence continues. During this delay,
the controller checks for faults, J1939 com, etc.
*Prestart Delay 2 (crank through): (Auto Only or Auto/Manual) after a start condition has
been accepted by the controller, this delay begins timing, and the prestart output turns on.
When this delay expires, the output remains on through crank. The output turns off when the
engine starts. During this delay, the controller checks for faults, J1939 com, etc.
Crank: a timed state for when the controller turns on the Crank output to start the engine.
Crank Rest: a timed state to rest the starter between cranks in case the engine did not start
during the crank state.
False Start Check: a non-timed state that will ensure the engine stays above the crank cut
RPM after cranking.
Warm-up: (available in Auto mode only) a timed state that will allow the engine to run at a
desired warm-up RPM after starting.
Line Fill 1: (available in Auto mode only) a timed state that will allow the engine to run at a
desired Line Fill RPM and exit if the timer times out or the pressure set point for this state is
reached. This is commonly used when filling a discharge line to a desired pressure when a
lower RPM is needed prior to throttling to maintain a pressure.
Line Fill 2: (available in Auto mode only) a timed state following Line Fill 1 that will allow the
engine to run at a desired Line Fill RPM and exit if the timer times out or the pressure set point
for this state is reached. This is commonly used when filling a Hose Reel to a desired pressure
when a lower RPM is needed prior to throttling to maintain a pressure.
Running Loaded: a non-timed state that the controller will stay in until a stop condition is
initiated in the controller.
Auto Stop Delay: (available in Auto mode only) a user-defined timed state that ensures the
auto stop signal is present for a desired amount of time prior to entering the shutdown
sequence. During this period the auto stop condition is ignored and must remain active
throughout this delay, or the delay is reset to zero.
Cooldown: (available in Auto mode only) a timed state that will allow the engine to run at a
desired speed to cool down before allowing to go into a stopped state.
Energize to Stop: a timed state that will control an output in order to stop the engine. This
state will only work if the controller is shut down using an auto stop or the local stop key. If the
controller loses battery power, this state will not be initiated for energize to stop.
Spindown: time allotted for the engine to stop all revolutions and be in a stopped state with
no frequency. The controller will repeat the Spindown state if the controller continues to get
RPM when the timer times out.
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User Interface
The keypad on the MPC-20-R2 is comprised of 11 tactile buttons. This section describes the functions of
each button.
The buttons have the following functions:
• Start Key – allows the operator to start sequence in Manual Mode or initiate an auto start
sequence when in Auto Mode.
• Stop Key – allows the operator to initiate the stop sequence in either mode of operation.
A single button press in auto will initiate an auto stop. As a safety feature, when the stop
button is pressed twice or held (in auto mode), the controller will skip the cool-down state
and (upon shutting down) will place itself in manual mode to eliminate an auto crank
condition if the start signal remains present.
• Auto Key – allows the operator to change from Auto to Manual or Manual to Auto Mode.
The MPC-20-R2 requires an acknowledgement from the user to place in auto mode from
manual.
• Alarm Silence Key – allows the operator to temporarily silence the internal siren, common
alarm output and acknowledge active faults when an alarm or shutdown is present on the
controller.
• Manual Throttle Increase Key – allows the operator to manually increase the engine
speed in Manual Mode.
• Manual Throttle Decrease Key – allows the operator to manually decrease the engine
speed in Manual Mode.
• Menu Key – allows the operator to get into and out of the menu.
• Back Key – allows the operator to move back one step in the menu without saving a value.
• Enter Key – allows the operator to save a desired value or setting in the menu.
• Up Key – allows the operator to navigate up through the menu and page forward in the
main page views.
• Down Key – allows the operator to navigate down through the menu and page reverse on
the main page views.
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Accessing the Menu
The MPC-20-R2 has three menu security levels to restrict users from making changes after installation. The
security levels are Low, Medium and High. One may consider these security levels as user, technician and
OEM. The low level security only has a small number of items a user can access. The medium level security
has all the low level menu items plus others a technician may change while in the field. The high security level
has the entire menu visible to the user or OEM.
To access the menu, press the menu key. Review section Passcodes to understand the menu level preset in
the MPC-20-R2.The following screen will display to enter the passcode: [Low=1111; Medium=5311;
High=3482].
The passcode will be entered left to right. Utilize the up and down arrows, and press the Enter button after
each correct number. If you enter the wrong passcode, it will reset the display to 0000, allowing you to restart
the entry process.
Main Menu
The MPC-20 controller is incredibly versatile within its menu structure. The operator is able to change many
parameters and settings from the face without the need of a PC tool, if desired. The controller has to be in its
stopped state in order to save a setting in the menu. (The Tier 4 menu is the exception). Described below are
the main sections of the controller’s menu. Cycling power to the controller is recommended after making
changes to set points.
(Main Menu, page 1)
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System
The controller System menu provides the operator with the ability to set the Date/Time, Units, Language,
Brightness, Contrast, Service Reminders and several other system settings. Review System under the Menu
Glossary section of this manual for a full list and definition of each setting.
Engine Settings
The Engine Settings menu allows the operator to establish common user-configurable parameters that would
be changed from factory-default settings when pairing the controller to an engine. This menu allows the
operator to choose whether the engine is J1939 or Mechanical; the engine’s speed source; the minimum and
maximum RPM the operator requires/allows the engine to run; the RPM step size; warm-up/cool-down
settings; and other common engine settings. Review Engine Settings under the Menu Glossary section of this
manual for a full list and definition of each setting.
Advanced Engine Settings
The Advanced Engine Settings menu allows the operator to set up the less common user-configurable
parameters that are not in the Engine Settings menu and which would be changed from factory-default settings
when pairing the controller to an engine. This menu allows the operator to set items such as the J1939 address
claim for the controller, ECU Source Address, ECU hour select, crank attempts, crank disconnect speed,
clutch engage/disengage speed, run to destruct mode and other user-specific engine settings. Review
Advanced Engine Settings under the Menu Glossary section of this manual for a full list and definition of each
setting.
Throttle
The Throttle menu allows the operator to set up the items for throttling the engine such as throttle type, rate
of RPM increase/decrease, throttle Inc/Dec pulse time, throttle RPM deadband and other parameters
pertaining to throttling of the engine. Review Throttle under the Menu Glossary section of this manual for a
full list and definition of each setting.
Input / Output
The Input/Output Menu allows the user to establish the I/O needed for the application. This includes Digital
Inputs, Analog Inputs, Relay Outputs and Digital Outputs. This menu is tied to other aspects of the controller
menu such as Auto Start Functions, Auto Throttling Methods, Analog inputs for Mechanical Engine setup,
Warning / Shutdown functions and all outputs needed for starting/controlling the engine and alerting the user.
The Digital Inputs of this menu can be configured from the face of the controller to accept three types of
inputs to trigger an action.
• B(+), High
• B(-), Low
• Open
The Analog Inputs of this menu can be configured from the face of the controller to accept one of four
types of sensors by software selection only.
• Resistive
• 4-20mA
• 0-5VDC
• B(-) for additional Digital Inputs
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The Outputs are configurable for the operator to choose which output function to use with the desired
output type as shown below.
• Relay [10A] Form C
• Digital Out [5V, 200mA]
• Digital Out [B+, 2A]
• Digital Out [B-, 1A]
• Analog Out [0-5VDC] Dedicated for analog throttling
NOTE: Although the functionality exists to set all analog and digital inputs to the same
function, Enovation Controls strongly advises against this.
(Main Menu, page 2)
Application Configuration
The Application Configuration menu is where an operator will set up the controller’s Auto Start Functions and
Auto Throttle Methods, if the intended use is an auto start and/or auto throttling controller. Depending on which
application is chosen in the menu, there are certain auto start functions and auto throttling methods hidden
that are not pertinent to the application chosen. This automatic hiding feature allows for a simpler, more
intuitive controller menu in the MPC-20. Review Application Configuration under the Menu Glossary section
of this manual for the full list and definition of each setting.
Pump All Purpose
The Pump All Purpose application houses most of the auto start functions and auto throttling methods
in the controller. This application is the most versatile application thus requiring so many combinations
of settings for the operator to choose.
The auto start functions and auto throttle methods to choose from are listed below.
Auto Start/Stop Functions
• Local Key Start
• Single Contact
• Two Contact Maintained
• Two Contact Momentary
• Pressure Transducer
• Level Transducer
• Flow Transducer
Auto Throttle Methods
• Running Loaded
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Pressure Transducer
Level Transducer
Flow Transducer
Local Throttle Input
Center Pivot / Linear Irrigation
The Center Pivot / Linear Irrigation application houses the auto start functions and auto throttle
methods meant to be used on center pivot and linear movement irrigation applications.
The auto start functions and auto throttle methods to choose from are listed below.
Auto Start/Stop Functions
• Single Contact
• Local Start Key
• Two Contact Maintained
• Two Contact Momentary
Auto Throttle Methods
• Running Loaded
• Pressure Transducer
• Flow Transducer
• Local Throttle Input
Air Compressor
The Air Compressor application houses the auto start functions and auto throttle methods meant to
be used on all engine-driven air compressor applications. The MPC-20 allows for the compressor to
start/stop and maintain a desired pressure during operation.
The auto start functions and auto throttle methods to choose from are listed below.
Auto Start/Stop Functions
• Single Contact
• Two Contact Maintained
• Two Contact Momentary
• Pressure Transducer
Auto Throttle Methods
• Running Loaded
• Pressure Transducer
• Local Throttle Input
Hose Reel Irrigation
The Hose Reel Irrigation application houses the auto start functions and auto throttle methods meant
to be used on hose reel irrigation systems. The MPC-20 allows for the hose reel pump to auto start
with several methods, including the Local Key Start which may be the most used in this application.
The key feature of this application is the auto throttling method. This feature allows the controller to
manage the pump’s throttle in order to maintain a pressure in the hose during irrigation.
The auto start functions and auto throttle methods to choose from are listed below.
Auto Start/Stop Functions
• Single Contact
• Local Start Key
• Two Contact Maintained
• Two Contact Momentary
Auto Throttle Methods
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Running Loaded
Pressure Transducer
Local Throttle Input
Frost Protection
The Frost Protection application houses the auto start functions and auto throttle methods meant to
be used on frost protection systems. This application allows for wind machine, sprinkler or other forms
of frost protection using single contact or a temperature transducer.
The auto start functions and auto throttle methods to choose from are listed below.
Auto Start/Stop Functions
• Single Contact
• Temperature Transducer
Auto Throttle Methods
• Running Loaded
Start/Stop Timers
The Start/Stop Timers menu provides the operator the ability to add a countdown timer and start/stop times.
The countdown timer allows for the operator to set a desired countdown time and walk away from the engine
for a controlled shutdown when the timer expires. There are eight Start/Stop Timers the operator can choose
from within this menu that allows for the specific day and hour the controller will start and stop utilizing the
internal clock. Review Start/Stop Timers under Menu Glossary section of this manual for full list and definition
of each setting.
Start/Stop timers work in conjunction with other Start/Stop types but independently as Start/Stop functions. If
the engine is already running from a Start/Stop type when a Start/Stop timer occurs, the Start/Stop timer is
ignored. Once the engine is started by the Start/Stop timer, other Start/Stop types will be ignored until the
timer expires and a controlled shutdown occurs.
Communication
The Communications menu allows the operator to choose the type of RS485 communications such as Modbus
or Local Display. The menu also allows for the operator to choose the RS485 slave address, RS485 Serial
setup and whether or not the controller uses the internal CAN terminating resistor. Review Communication
under the Menu Glossary section of this manual for a full list and definition of each setting.
Auto Start/Stop Functions Defined
There are eight automatic start/stop types in the MPC-20-R2 and are shown relative to the application chosen
as shown in the previous section. Each is detailed below:
Single Contact Start/Stop
The Single Contact Start/Stop occurs when a remote contact is active for auto start and inactive for auto stop.
Think of this as a toggle switch, on or off for remote starting the engine. Requires one digital input for this
start/stop type.
Local Start Key Start/Stop
The Local Start Key Start/Stop is used to remove any other auto start/stop types within the controller, if they
are not needed. This auto start type still allows the controller to run through the auto states of the controller.
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The operator must press the green start key to activate the auto start sequence. The red stop key will initiate
the auto stop sequence in the controller.
Two Contact Maintained Start/Stop (commonly known as Floats)
The Two Contact Maintained Start occurs when both contacts are active for an auto start and both contacts
are inactive for an auto stop (not momentarily). Depending on whether the application is emptying or filling,
the start float will need to be positioned above the stop float or below the stop float. It requires two digital
inputs, one for start and one for stop.
Two Contact Momentary Start/Stop
The Two Contact Momentary Start occurs when the start input is active momentarily for an auto start, and the
stop contact is momentarily active for an auto stop. The start/stop inputs may have start and stop timer
associated. Check this area in the Advanced Engine Settings under Timers. It requires two digital inputs, one
for start and one for stop.
(Pressure, Level, Flow or Temperature) Transducer Start/Stop
A transducer is needed for any of these auto start/stop types and setup in the Input/Output menu under Analog
Inputs. Set points for the desired auto start/stop type selected will be in populated menu in the application
configuration menu allowing the operator to enter the appropriate values needed in the application. Warnings
and shutdowns for any of these types are in the Advanced Engine Settings under Warnings and Shutdowns.
Auto Throttling Functions Defined
There are five automatic throttle functions in the MPC-20-R2 and are shown relative to the application chosen
as shown in the application configuration section. Each is detailed below:
Running Loaded Throttle
The Running Loaded Throttle function allows the controller, when in auto, to run the engine at a desired speed
between the minimum and maximum speed settings of the controller. This speed is set in the application
configuration menu when this throttle function is chosen.
(Pressure, Level or Flow) Transducer Throttle
A transducer is needed for any of these auto throttling functions and set up in the I/O menu. Set points for the
desired auto throttling function selected will be in populated menu in the application configuration menu
allowing the operator to enter the appropriate values needed to maintain a pressure, level, or flow in the
application. Warnings and shutdowns for any of these types are in the Advanced Engine Settings under
Warnings and Shutdowns.
Local Throttle Input
The Local Throttle Input throttles the engine between the minimum and maximum RPM set points when using
the 0-5V analog input function.
Quick-Start Setup Guide
The following sections provide a walk-through of the steps necessary for some of the various configurations
and settings available on the MPC-20-R2 Controller. Cycling power to the controller is recommended
after making changes to set points.
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Setting up for a Mechanical Engine
1. Access Menu/Engine Settings/Engine Type, and select Mechanical then press [Enter].
2. Press down arrow to Speed Source, and select either Alternator or Magnetic Pickup then press
[Enter].
3. Press down arrow to Speed Calibration, press [Enter].
4. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to establish the appropriate number of flywheel teeth or engine
alternator pulses, and press [Enter].
5. Press the [Back] key and down arrow to Throttle, and press [Enter].
6. Press [Enter] to access Throttle Type and select Pulse Inc/Dec, Analog or None and press [Enter].
7. Press down arrow to Target RPM Step Size, select appropriate step size then press [Enter].
8. Press down arrow to Throttle Deadband RPM, select appropriate deadband then press [Enter].
9. Press down arrow to Throttle Inc/Dec Pulse, select appropriate pulse time then press [Enter].
10. Press down arrow to Throttle Inc/Dec Pulse Delay, select appropriate pulse delay then press [Enter].
11. Press down arrow to Throttle Inc Rate, select appropriate throttle increment rate then press [Enter].
12. Press down arrow to Throttle Dec Rate, select appropriate throttle decrement rate then press [Enter].
13. Press the [Back] key and down arrow to Input/Output, and press [Enter].
14. Access Analog Inputs and assign one Analog input for Oil Pressure and one for Coolant
Temperature. Press [Enter] to save the settings.
15. Press [Back] and access Relay and Digital Outputs.
16. Press down arrow to Relay1-6 or DO1-6 and assign outputs to Crank, Fuel and inc/dec outputs if
throttle type selected was Inc/Dec.
17. Press the [Back] key and down arrow to System, and press [Enter].
18. Press down arrow to Set Machine Hours, select desired machine/internal hours then press [Enter].
19. Press the [Menu] key to exit the Menu Setup screens.
Setting up for an Electronic J1939 Engine
1. Access Menu/Engine Settings/Engine Type to ensure J1939 is selected.
2. Press down arrow to Engine Manufacturer. Select which engine manufacturer the controller is/will
be used then press [Enter].
3. Press down arrow to Engine Emission, select the same emission of the engine then press [Enter].
4. Press down arrow to Tier 4 (if a Tier 4 selection is made in Engine Emission menu), press [Enter].
a. Press down arrow to DEF Gauge. Select Yes to show this gauge (if needed) then press
[Enter].
b. Press down arrow to Percent Soot Gauge. Select Yes to show this gauge (if needed) then
press [Enter].
c. Press down arrow to Regen Screen. Select Yes to show this screen (if desired) then press
[Enter].
5. Press the [Back] key and down arrow to Speed Source, ensure J1939 is selected.
6. Press the [Back] key and down arrow to Advanced Engine Settings, and press [Enter].
7. Ensure J1939 Address Claim is set to the address that the TSC1 and Tier 4 regeneration is expected
to be sent from (designated by the engine manufacturer/distributor).
8. Press down arrow to Warnings and Shutdowns, press [Enter].
9. Ensure all warnings and shutdowns are below or above ECU settings if the ECU is required to shut
down the engine instead of the MPC-20 (for engine faults such as oil pressure and coolant
temperature).
10. Press the [Back] key and down arrow to Throttle, ensure desired throttle method is selected then
press [Enter].
11. Press the [Back] key and down arrow to Input/Output, and press [Enter].
12. Press down arrow to access Analog Inputs. Ensure the analog inputs aren't set to oil pressure or
coolant temp (disable or change to something else).
13. Press down arrow to Relay1-6 or DO1-6, and assign outputs to Crank, ECU Enable and Inc/Dec
outputs if throttle type selected was Inc/Dec.
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14. Press the [Menu] key to exit the Menu Setup screens.
Adjusting Screen Contrast
1. Access Menu/System. Press down arrow to Contrast then press [Enter].
2. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to adjust the Contrast (values of 0 to 255), and press [Enter] when
the desired number appears.
3. Press the [Menu] key to exit the Menu Setup screens.
Setting up to Auto Start/Stop for Single Contact Input (Single Float)
1. Access Menu/Application Configuration. Press the down arrow to Auto Start/Stop Function then
press [Enter].
2. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Single Contact then press [Enter].
3. Press [Back] once and arrow up to select Input / Output then press [Enter].
4. Press [Enter] to access Digital Inputs then assign the Function of Single Contact Start/Stop to one
of the Digital Inputs.
5. Ensure no other Digital Inputs are set to a start/stop type.
6. Press the [Menu] key to exit the Menu Setup screens.
Setting up to Auto Start/Stop for Start Local Key
1. Access Menu/Application Configuration. Press the down arrow to Auto Start/Stop Function
then press [Enter].
2. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Local Start Key then press [Enter].
3. Press [Back] once and arrow up to select Input / Output/Digital Inputs.
4. Ensure no Digital Inputs set to a start/stop type.
5. Press the [Menu] key to exit the Menu Setup screens.
Setting up to Auto Start/Stop for 2 Contact Inputs (Dual Floats)
1. Access Menu/Application Configuration. Press the down arrow to Auto Start/Stop Function then
press [Enter].
2. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Two Contact Maintained or Two Contact Momentary then
press [Enter].
3. Press [Back] once and arrow up to select Input / Output then press [Enter].
4. Press [Enter] to access Digital Inputs.
5. Assign the Function of Auto Start Momentary/Maintained to one of the Digital Inputs then press
[Enter].
6. Assign the Function of Auto Stop Momentary/Maintained to one of the Digital Inputs then press
[Enter].
7. Press the [Menu] key to exit the Menu Setup screens.
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Setting up to Auto Start on Pressure
1. Access Menu/Application Configuration. Press the down arrow to Auto Start/Stop Function then
press [Enter].
2. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Pressure Transducer then press [Enter].
3. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Pressure Transducer in the main application configuration
menu.
4. Complete the parameters that apply. (Start/Stop Pressure, Pressure Maintain Type and Line Fill if
needed. See Menu Glossary for explanation of settings.)
5. Press [Back] twice and access Input_Output/Analog Inputs.
6. Select the Analog Input to modify for the pressure transducer.
7. Assign the appropriate pressure input for the selected Analog Input (4-20mA Suction Pressure, 0-5V
Suction Pressure, 4-20mA Discharge Pressure, 0-5V Discharge Pressure, Murphy Discharge
Pressure or Suction Pressure).
8. Press [Back] once and arrow up or down to select Discharge or Suction Pressure Units then press
[Enter].
9. Select PSI, kPa or BAR as the pressure type then press [Enter].
10. Press arrow up to Sensor Setup then press [Enter].
11. Select the pressure input type to set up then press [Enter].
12. Set the offset of the 4mA, if needed, then press [Enter].
13. Now set the range of the transducer on the high side then press [Enter]. (e.g., 0-100 PSI transducer
would show 4mA at 0psi and 20mA at 100 PSI.)
14. Refer to step #13 above if setting for a 0-5V or Suction Pressure.
15. Press [Back] twice to get back to the main menu.
16. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Advanced Engine Settings then press [Enter].
17. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Warnings and Shutdowns then press [Enter].
18. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to set the High and Low Discharge/Suction Pressure warnings and
shutdowns.
19. Press the [Menu] key to exit the Menu Setup screens.
Setting up to Auto Start on Level
1. Access Menu/Application Configuration. Press the down arrow to Auto Start/Stop Function then
press [Enter].
2. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Level Transducer then press [Enter].
3. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Level Transducer in the main application configuration
menu.
4. Complete the parameters that apply. (Start/Stop Level and Level Maintain Type, See Menu Glossary
for explanation of settings.)
5. Press [Back] twice and access Input_Output/Analog Inputs.
6. Select the Analog Input to modify for the level transducer.
7. Assign 4-20mA System Level as the function for the selected Analog Input.
8. Press [Back] once to get back to the Analog Input menu.
9. Press the arrow up or arrow down key. Select Sensor Setup then press [Enter].
10. Select System Level to set up then press [Enter].
11. Set the offset of the 4mA if needed to calibrate the low side then press [Enter].
12. Set the range of the transducer on the high side then press [Enter]. (i.e., 0-10ft transducer would
show 4mA at 0 ft. and 20mA at 10 ft.)
13. Press [Back] twice to return to the main menu.
14. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Advanced Engine Settings then press [Enter].
15. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Warnings and Shutdowns then press [Enter].
16. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to set the High and Low Level warnings and shutdowns.
17. Press the [Menu] key to exit the Menu Setup screens.
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Setting up to Auto Start on Flow
1. Access Menu/Application Configuration. Press the down arrow to Auto Start/Stop Function then
press [Enter].
2. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Flow Transducer then press [Enter].
3. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Flow Transducer in the main application configuration menu.
4. Complete the parameters that apply (Start/Stop Flow and Flow Maintain Type. See Menu Glossary
for explanation of settings).
5. Press [Back] twice and access Input_Output/Analog Inputs.
6. Select the Analog Input to modify for the Flow transducer.
7. Assign 4-20mA Flow Rate as the function for the selected Analog Input.
8. Press [Back] once to return to the Analog Input menu.
9. Press the arrow up or arrow down key to select Sensor Setup then press [Enter].
10. Select Flow Rate to set up then press [Enter].
11. Set the offset of the 4mA if needed to calibrate the low side then press [Enter].
12. Set the range of the transducer on the high side then press [Enter]. (e.g., 0-20,000 gal/min transducer
would show 4mA at 0 gal/min and 20mA at 20,000 Gal/min.)
13. Press [Back] twice to return to the main menu.
14. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Advanced Engine Settings then press [Enter].
15. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Warnings and Shutdowns then press [Enter].
16. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to set the High and Low Flow warnings and shutdowns.
17. Press the [Menu] key to exit the Menu Setup screens.
Setting up to Auto Start on Temperature
1. Access Menu/Application Configuration. Press the down arrow to Auto Start/Stop Function then
press [Enter].
2. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Temperature Transducer then press [Enter].
3. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Temperature Transducer in the main application
configuration menu.
4. Establish a Start and Stop Temperature, and press [Back] twice.
5. Utilize the Up and Down arrows to select Input_Output/Analog Inputs then press [Enter].
6. Select the Analog Input to modify for the temperature transducer.
7. Assign 4-20mA or 0-5V Ambient Temperature as the function for the selected Analog Input.
8. Press [Back] once to return to the Analog Input menu.
9. Press the arrow up or arrow down key. Select Sensor Setup then press [Enter].
10. Select Ambient Temp to set up then press [Enter].
11. Set the offset of the 4mA if needed to calibrate the low side then press [Enter].
12. Set the range of the transducer on the high side then press [Enter]. (e.g., 32°F -150°F transducer
would show 4mA at 32°F and 20mA at 150°F).
13. Press the [Menu] key to exit the Menu Setup screens.
NOTE: If an auto stop condition occurs during the warm-up delay, the controller will enter
an auto stop sequence.
Setting up to Auto Start on Clock
NOTE: Ensure the correct date and time are established in the System menu prior to
establishing the Auto Start on Clock settings.
1. Access Menu/Start_Stop Timers, and select the first Start/Stop Timer.
2. Select Start Day 1 and then select the appropriate day or Daily.
3. Select Start Time 1 and establish the hour, minute and second to start.
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4. Establish the Stop Day and Time as in steps 2-3.
NOTE: The MPC-20-R2 Controller has the ability to establish eight different Start/Stop
dates and times. If desired, repeat steps 1-3 for subsequent Timers.
Setting up to Stop the Engine from Utilizing the Countdown Timer
The MPC-20-R2 will only utilize this timer when starting in Auto mode. The control and the running of the
engine will continue until the chosen stop condition is met or until the Countdown timer runs out of time. Once
set, the operator will be required to disable or change the timer in order to eliminate the countdown timer being
active on every auto startup.
1. Access Menu/Start_Stop Timers/Countdown Timer.
3. Set the hours, minutes and seconds desired for the running of the engine, and press [Enter].
4. Press the [Menu] key to exit the Menu Setup screens.
Screen Examples
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MPC-20-R2 Screens In Order
The main screen (shown above) displays actual and target RPM, Oil Pressure, Engine Temperature, Battery
Voltage, Engine Hours, Engine State and Mode of Operation.
The first six-up screen (shown above) displays Oil Temperature, Fuel Level, % Load, Fuel Rate, Suction and
Discharge to the operator. If alternate parameters are desired, these may be changed within the free MPC20-R2 Software Configuration tool.
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The second six-up screen (shown above) displays to the operator System Level, Pump Oil (temperature),
Pump Housing (temperature), Gear Box Pressure, Ambient (temperature) and Flow Rate. If alternate
parameters are desired, these may be changed within the free MPC-20-R2 Software Configuration tool.
The screen above displays the auto start/stop type and illustrates the throttling method for the auto start/stop.
This screen is a default setting which displays dual contact start (floats) and auto throttle to a Running Loaded
Speed. The percent shown below the bar is the percent between the minimum and maximum speed set in the
controller under Engine Settings.
When selected to be shown, the screen above displays the Regeneration Control for Tier 4 engines. The
setting to show this page is in the Tier 4 Menu within Engine Settings of the main menu. Use the Enter button
to change from Auto to Inhibit. With Auto Regen selected, hold the Enter button for Regeneration request.
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The screen shown is an example of the request for regeneration. This request is sent once a second for 10
seconds. It is up to the engine whether it accepts the request or denies the request.
The screen above displays the date, day, time, software version number (shown as an example), configuration
version number allows for version control (shown as an example), engine manufacturer, part number and
serial number (shown as an example). This page will assist Technical Services Support should their services
be needed.
The screen above allows the operator to see what the analog input functions are set to without accessing the
menu.
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The screen above allows the operator to see what the digital output functions are set to without accessing the
menu and the active setting which informs the user of the output status.
The screen above allows the operator to see what the relay status functions are set to without accessing the
menu and the active setting which informs the user of the relay status.
The screen above allows the operator to see what the digital input functions are set to without accessing the
menu and the active setting which informs the user of the input status.
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When selected to be shown, the screen above provides a list of service reminders and the hours left until the
internal alarm will display the services needed. When 0 hours is reached, the hours will continue to count
down in negative numbers to indicate how far past the reminder the engine was run. In the MPC-20-R2
controller the service reminder screen is defaulted to be hidden and all reminders are set to 0 Hrs to not cause
false alerts. If the operator/owner wishes to use the reminders for service, they can enable the screen and set
the hours in the System Settings menu.
Warning and Shut-Down Icons
The following icons/symbols can be displayed at the bottom of the MPC-20-R2 screen to designate warnings
or shutdown situations that have occurred:
Icon
Description
HEST ̶ Displays when High Exhaust System Temperature (HEST) is active and
exhaust temperature is above normal operating condition.
DEF ̶ Low diesel exhaust fluid. Displays when the DEF is low.
DPF ̶ Displays when engine aftertreatment is in need of a regeneration. This is due
to the aftertreatment filter reaching the engine manufacturer's set soot level for a
regeneration to occur.
DPF Regeneration Inhibited ̶ Displays when the Engine ECU has inhibited a
regeneration from occurring. This should also be shown when inhibiting regeneration
selection is made in the menu.
Aftertreatment Malfunction ̶ Displays when an emissions aftertreatment malfunction
has occurred. Contact your local engine manufacturer's service department for
direction.
Engine MIL ̶ This icon is known as a malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) for short. This
icon displays when the ECU sends a message to indicate to the operator a malfunction
has occurred with the engine. Contact your local engine manufacturer's service
department for direction.
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Warning ̶ Displays when an active and unacknowledged diagnostic trouble code
(DTC) warning exists. The icon will only disappear if the fault has been acknowledged
and is no longer active.
Shutdown ̶ Displays when an active (unacknowledged) diagnostic trouble code
(DTC) shutdown exists.
Icon Troubleshooting
The warnings and shutdowns internally generated by the controller will show an Internal Fault at the top of
the screen when a fault is displayed. Check all fluid levels and pressures. Ensure the cooling system and
engine are functioning properly.
The warnings and shutdowns the ECU generates will also be accompanied by a cause for the error. This
cause will be shown as an SPN:FMI:OC. SPN is a common abbreviation for Suspect Parameter Number
while FMI is the common abbreviation for Failure Mode Indicator and OC is the common abbreviation for
Occurrence Count. Consult with the engine manufacturer regarding fault codes shown on the screen if not
shown as internal fault.
If the Internal Fault text is displayed, consider checking the set points or the bypass timer(s) within the MPC20 to ensure the ranges are within normal operating settings prior to consulting the engine manufacturer.
Menu Glossary
System (Low Security)
Date/Time – (Low Security): allows the setting of the controller’s date and time. This is used for clock
start/stops and fault recording in event history.
Pressure Units – (Medium Security): allows the selection of PSI, kPa or BAR for pressure designation outside
of discharge pressure. Factory set to PSI.
Temperature Units – (Medium Security): allows the selection of Fahrenheit or Celsius for temperature
designation. Factory set to Fahrenheit.
Level Units – (Medium Security): allows the selection of Feet or Meters for Level designation. Factory set
to Feet.
Flow Units – (Medium Security): allows the selection of gal/min (US), gal/min (UK) and lpm (Liters Per Minute)
for flow designation. Factory set to gal/min (US).
Language – (Medium Security): allows the section of English, French, German, Spanish or Italian as the
language shown on the controller. Factory set to English.
Brightness – (Medium Security): allows the backlight of the screen to be adjusted. Factory set to 90.
Contrast – (Low Security): allows the contrast of the screen to be adjusted. Factory set to 160.
Backlight Control – (Medium Security): turns off (disables) or on (enables) the screen’s backlight. Factory
set to Enable.
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Beeper – (Medium Security): turns off (disables) or on (enables) the alarm beeper for the controller. Factory
set to Enable
Active Fault Reminder – (Medium Security): turns off (disables) or on (enables) a reminder to the user for
active faults once acknowledged. A warning will pop up on the screen every 2 minutes and shutdown will pop
up on the screen every 30 seconds when enabled. If disabled, the active fault will not pop up again after being
acknowledged without the user interacting. The LEDs will show a warning or shutdown whether set to enable
to disable. Factory set to Enable.
Standby Timer – (Medium Security): setting this timer (HH:MM:SS) allows the screen the designated amount
of time before the controller goes into Standby mode. Factory set to 00:30:00.
Service Reminders – (Medium Security):
Show Service Screens – (Medium Security): the Service Reminder main screen can be set to Show
or Hide. Factory Set to Hide.
Oil Life – (Medium Security): when the service reminder is set to 0, the alarms will be disabled. The
countdown will continue and will show the numbers as (-) numbers as it counts down past 0 for the
following parameters when the timers are set. Factory Set to 0Hrs.
Reset Oil Life – (Medium Security): resets countdown of timer to life set by operator.
Oil Filter Life – (Medium Security): when the service reminder is set to 0, the alarms will be disabled.
The countdown will continue and will show the numbers as (-) numbers as it counts down past 0 for
the following parameters when the timers are set. Factory Set to 0Hrs.
Reset Filter Life – (Medium Security): resets countdown of timer to life set by operator.
Belt Life – (Medium Security): when the service reminder is set to 0, the alarms will be disabled. The
countdown will continue and will show the numbers as (-) numbers as it counts down past 0 for the
following parameters when the timers are set. Factory Set to 0Hrs.
Reset Belt Life – (Medium Security): resets countdown of timer to life set by operator.
Battery Life – (Medium Security): when the service reminder is set to 0, the alarms will be disabled.
The countdown will continue and will show the numbers as (-) numbers as it counts down past 0 for
the following parameters when the timers are set. Factory Set to 0Hrs.
Reset Battery Life – (Medium Security): resets countdown of timer to life set by operator.
Fuel Filter Life – (Medium Security): when the service reminder is set to 0, the alarms will be disabled.
The countdown will continue and will show the numbers as (-) numbers as it counts down past 0 for
the following parameters when the timers are set. Factory Set to 0Hrs.
Reset Fuel Filter Life – (Medium Security): resets countdown of timer to life set by operator.
Air Filter Life – (Medium Security): when the service reminder is set to 0, the alarms will be disabled.
The countdown will continue and will show the numbers as (-) numbers as it counts down past 0 for
the following parameters when the timers are set. Factory Set to 0Hrs.
Reset Air Filter Life – (Medium Security): resets countdown of timer to life set by operator.
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Overhaul Life – (Medium Security): when the service reminder is set to 0, the alarms will be disabled.
The countdown will continue and will show the numbers as (-) numbers as it counts down past 0 for
the following parameters when the timers are set. Factory Set to 0Hrs.
Reset Overhaul Life – (Medium Security): resets countdown of timer to life set by operator.
Reset All – (High Security): resets all countdown timers to life set by operator.
ECU Fault Codes – (Medium Security):
Stored ECU Fault Codes – (Medium Security): allows the operator to query the Engine ECU for
review of its stored fault codes. All engine manufacturers and models may not support this feature.
This menu item is only shown if J1939 is selected for the Engine Type.
Clear Active ECU Fault Codes – (High Security): allows the operator to clear all active faults from
the engine ECU. This setting should only be used by a qualified engine technician. All engine
manufacturers and models may not support this feature. This menu item is only shown if J1939 is
selected for the Engine Type.
Clear Stored ECU Fault Codes – (High Security): allows the operator to clear stored faults from the
engine ECU. This setting should only be used by a qualified engine technician. All engine
manufacturers and models may not support this feature. This menu item is only shown if J1939 is
selected for the Engine Type.
Auto / Manual – (Medium Security): allows the operator to select two options related to Auto and Manual
modes.
Manual Only – (Medium Security): allows the operator to lock out the auto mode of the controller
when set to Enable. Factory set to Disable.
Power up Auto/Manual – (High Security): allows the controller to power up in either manual or auto
mode of operation depending on the selection chosen. Factory set to Manual.
Green LED – (High Security): allows the operator to set the green LED to illuminate when either in auto mode
or when the controller is in the Running Loaded state. Factory set to Auto.
Restore Factory Defaults – (Medium Security): allows the operator to reset all menu settings set as defaults
from the last configuration loaded in the controller.
Set Internal Hours – (High Security): allows the operator to set the machine hours. This setting is visible
when the Engine Type is set to Mechanical or when the ECU Hour Select is set to Internal.
Event History – (Medium Security):
View Event History – (Medium Security): allows the operator to view history of the last 32 warnings
or shutdowns with date and time stamp.
Clear Event History – (High Security): allows the clearing of event history.
Engine Settings (Medium Security)
Engine Type – (High Security): allows the selection of J1939 or Mechanical. If Mechanical is chosen, some
parameters associated with J1939 will no longer appear in the menu. Factory set to J1939.
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Engine Manufacturer – (High Security): allows the selection of the specific Engine Manufacturer. The engine
selection is needed progressively more as engine emissions become increasingly higher and engine
manufacturers stray from the SAE J1939 Standard Protocol. Engine manufacturers supported: Caterpillar,
Cummins, John Deere, Deutz, Kubota, Volvo, FPT, Isuzu, PSI (EControls ECU), Other, EDI Ford, GM (MEFI
ECU), Scania, Perkins, HATZ. Factory set to Other.
Engine Emission – (High Security): allows the selection of the emissions of the engine (i.e., Tier 3 or less,
Interim Tier 4, or Tier 4 / EU Stage IIIA, IIIB). Factory set to Tier 3 or Less.
Tier 4 Regeneration – (Low Security): (only appears if Interim Tier 4 or Tier 4 / EU Stage IIIA, IIIB is chosen)
Auto/Inhibit Regen – (Low Security): allows the automatic running or inhibition of regeneration and/or
the requesting of a regeneration. Note: Inhibiting the Regen may cause the engine to de-rate or shut
down if the soot level is too high. It is recommended to leave this setting in Auto Regen. The ECU
may not allow the Regen request if certain parameters do not meet the engine manufacturers
requested levels. Factory set to Auto Regen.
Request Regen – (Low Security): allows the operator to request a regeneration of the engine’s
emission. The request will be sent to the ECU once per second for 10 seconds. If the engine does not
allow a regeneration, the engine will not start the regeneration.
DEF Gauge – (High Security): allows the operator to turn on and show the DEF gauge on a Tier 4
engine if the engine is equipped with Diesel Exhaust Fluid. Factory set to No.
Percent Soot Gauge – (High Security): allows the operator to turn on and show the Percent Soot
gauge on a Tier 4 engine if the engine is equipped with Diesel Particulate Filter. Factory set to No.
Regen Screen – (High Security): allows the operator to turn on and show the Regen Screen in the
main screens for a Tier 4 engine if the engine is one that requires regeneration. This screen allows
the operator to set the engine to Auto or Inhibit and request a regen without accessing the menu.
Factory set to No.
Speed Source – (High Security): allows the selection of the appropriate speed source of the engine (i.e.,
J1939, Alternator or Magnetic Pickup). Factory set to J1939.
Speed Calibration – (High Security): allows the setting of the correct number of flywheel teeth or engine
alternator pulses for mechanical engines. When Speed Source is set to J1939, the Speed Calibration menu
is hidden. Factory set to 150.0.
Minimum Engine Speed – (Medium Security): allows the setting of the lowest engine speed for the running
loaded state. The controller will not allow the engine to throttle under the minimum engine speed during this
state. Factory set to 700 RPM.
Maximum Engine Speed – (Medium Security): allows the setting of the highest engine speed for the running
loaded state. The controller will not allow the engine to throttle above the maximum engine speed during this
state. Factory set to 2200 RPM.
Warm Up Speed – (Medium Security): allows the setting of the engine speed during the warm-up state.
Factory set to 900 RPM.
Warm Up Delay – (Low Security): allows the operator to set the desired warm-up time/delay for the engine.
This is the length of time the engine will run at its warm-up speed during the warm-up state. Factory set to
3 minutes.
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Cooldown Speed – (Medium Security): allows the setting of the engine speed during the cool-down state.
Factory set to 900 RPM.
Cooldown Delay – (Low Security): allows the operator to set the desired cool-down time/delay for the engine.
This is the length of time the engine will run at its cool-down speed during the cool-down state. Factory set
to 3 minutes.
Advanced Engine Settings (Low Security)
Address Claim – (High Security): allows the operator to set the address for the controller used on the J1939
CANbus. This setting is the address the TSC1 message and Tier 4 Regeneration messages transmit from the
controller on the CANbus to the engine ECU. This menu item is only shown if J1939 is selected for the Engine
Type. Factory set to 3.
ECU Source Address – (High Security): allows the operator to set the source address of the ECU being
connected to. Normally set to 0, 1 or 2. This menu item is only shown if J1939 is selected for the Engine Type.
Factory set to 0.
ECU Hour Select – (High Security): choose from ECU Hours (engine hours reported by the ECU) or Internal
(hours calculated internally by the MPC-20 (provided the RPM>50)). This menu item is only shown if J1939
is selected for the Engine Type. Factory set to ECU Hours.
Crank Attempts – (High Security): format of 0.00 to 20.00. The number of times the engine will attempt to
start before providing an overcrank shutdown. Factory set to 3.
Crank Disconnect Speed – (Medium Security): speed at which the crank output will turn off during the start
sequence. Factory set to 500 RPM.
Clutch Engage Speed – (Medium Security): speed at which the clutch output will turn on to engage the
clutch. Factory set to 1200 RPM.
Clutch Disengage Speed – (Medium Security): speed at which the clutch output will turn on to disengage the
clutch. Factory set to 1000 RPM.
Run to Destruct – (High Security): choose from Enable or Disable. This setting will prevent the controller
from shutting down the engine for any fault shutdown. This setting will not disable shutdowns from the ECU.
This setting is primarily used for marine or fire pump applications where a run to destruct is common.
CAUTION: If enabled, the operator must manually select Disable to allow the controller to shut down
and protect the engine from active faults. Factory set to Disable.
Timers/Delays – (Low Security): establish parameters for the:
Auto Start Delay – (Medium Security): auto start condition must remain active throughout this delay
for an auto start to occur. If the auto start condition is removed during this delay, the delay is reset to
zero. Factory set to 3 seconds.
Auto Stop Delay – (Medium Security): auto stop condition must remain active throughout this delay
for an auto stop to occur. If the auto stop condition is removed during this delay, the delay is reset to
zero. Factory set to 3 seconds.
Minimum Run Time – (High Security): if an auto start condition started the engine, the auto stop
condition is ignored until this delay times out. Factory set to 00.00.00
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ECU Stabilize Timer – (High Security): on startups, this delay allows the ECU to stabilize and
broadcast on the CAN bus prior to actual cranking. Factory set to 5 seconds.
Crank Time – (High Security): length of time the crank output is turned on during cycle cranking.
Factory set to 10 seconds.
Crank Rest – (High Security): length of time the crank output is turned off during cycle cranking.
Factory set to 10 seconds.
Prestart Delay 1 – (Low Security):
Auto Only – (Medium Security): allows the selection of having Prestart #1 active during auto
only. Choose from Enabled or Disabled. Factory set to Disabled.
Prestart Delay 1– (Low Security): after an auto start condition has been accepted by the
controller, this delay begins timing, and the prestart #1 output turns on. When this delay
expires, the output is turned off, and the auto sequence continues. Factory set to 00.00.00
Prestart Delay 2 – (Low Security):
Auto Only – (Medium Security): allows the selection of having Prestart #2 active during auto
only. Choose from Enabled or Disabled. Factory set to Disabled.
Prestart Delay 2 – (Low Security): after an auto start condition has been accepted by the
controller, this delay begins timing, and the prestart #2 output turns on. When this delay
expires, the output is turned off, and the auto sequence continues. Factory set to 00.00.00
Prestart Delay 2 Mode – (High Security): determines if the prestart #2 output is active through the
crank state or only through the prestart #2 state. Factory set to PreCrank.
Energize to Stop Time – (High Security): begins timing and an output is turned on after an auto stop
condition has been accepted by the controller. The output is turned off when this delay expires. NOTE:
If the controller is turned off by disconnecting power, this feature will be skipped in the shut-down
sequence. Factory set to 00.00.00
Spindown Timer – (Medium Security): begins timing after the cool-down delay to remove the ECU
Enable/Fuel output to allow the shutdown of the engine. This state allows the engine to get to 0 RPM
prior to allowing the engine to crank. This timer will repeat if RPM is present when the timer completes
its countdown. Factory set to 30 seconds.
Post Crank Lockout Setup – (Medium Security): allows a delay that begins timing when the engine
starts. During this delay, the selected functions (Warnings and Shutdowns) are ignored. When this
delay expires, the selected functions are armed. During the duration of this delay, the selected
functions can cycle from active to not active and not reset the delay.
Post Crank Lockout Time – (Medium Security): Factory set to 30 seconds.
Post Crank Lockout 1 – (Medium Security): Factory set to Low Oil Pressure
Post Crank Lockout 2 – (Medium Security): Factory set to High Engine Temperature
Post Crank Lockout 3 – (Medium Security): Factory set to Disabled.
Post Crank Lockout 4 – (High Security): Factory set to Disabled.
Post Crank Lockout 5 – (HIgh Security): Factory set to Disabled.
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Post Warm-up Lockout Setup – (Medium Security): allows a delay that begins timing following the
warm-up delay. During this delay, the selected functions (Warnings and Shutdowns) are ignored.
When this delay expires, the selected functions are armed. During the duration of this delay, the
selected functions can cycle from active to not active and not reset the delay.
Post Warm-up Lockout Time – (Medium Security): Factory set to 00.00.00
Post Warm-up Lockout 1 – (Medium Security): Factory set to Disabled.
Post Warm-up Lockout 2 – (Medium Security): Factory set to Disabled.
Post Warm-up Lockout 3 – (Medium Security): Factory set to Disabled.
Post Warm-up Lockout 4 – (High Security): Factory set to Disabled.
Post Warm-up Lockout 5 – (High Security): Factory set to Disabled.
Bubble Lockout Setup – (Medium Security): setup for a delay that begins timing when the selected
functions are active. If the selected functions are removed during this delay, the delay resets to zero.
If the selected functions remain active throughout this delay, the selected action for the parameter will
occur.
Bubble Lockout Time – (Medium Security): Factory set to 00.00.00
Bubble Lockout 1 – (Medium Security): Factory set to Disabled.
Bubble Lockout 2 – (Medium Security): Factory set to Disabled.
Bubble Lockout 3 – (Medium Security): Factory set to Disabled.
Bubble Lockout 4 – (Medium Security): Factory set to Disabled.
Bubble Lockout 5 – (Medium Security): Factory set to Disabled.
Warnings and Shutdowns – (Low Security): establish parameters for the:
Low Fuel Level Warning – (Low Security): sounds a warning when the fuel level reaches the set
lower limit parameter. Factory set to 10%
Low Fuel Level Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the fuel level reaches
the set lower limit parameter. Factory set to 5%
High Battery Warning – (Low Security): sounds a warning when the charge on the battery reaches
the set higher limit parameter. Factory set to 15.0 V.
Low Battery Warning – (Low Security): sounds a warning when the charge on the battery reaches
the set lower limit parameter. Factory set to 10.0 V.
Weak Battery Warning – (Low Security): sounds a warning when the charge on the battery reaches
the set parameter for weakness. Factory set to 6.0 V.
LOP High Speed – (High Security): speed setting in which the Low Oil Pressure (LOP) will be active
at high speed. Factory set to 2000 RPM.
LOP Warning/High Speed – (High Security): Low Oil Pressure (LOP) setting in which the controller
will provide a warning if dropping below at high speed. Factory set to 35.00 psi.
LOP Shutdown/High Speed – (High Security): Low Oil Pressure (LOP) setting in which the controller
will provide a shutdown if dropping below at high speed. Factory set to 30.00 psi.
Low Oil Pressure Warning – (High Security): sounds a warning when the oil pressure reaches the
set lower limit parameter for oil pressure. Factory set to 15.00 psi.
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Low Oil Pressure Shutdown – (High Security): shuts down the engine when the oil pressure reaches
the set lower limit parameter for oil pressure. Factory set to 10.00 psi.
High Oil Temp Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the oil temperature reaches
the set higher limit parameter for oil temperature. Factory set to 210 °F.
High Oil Temp Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the oil temperature
reaches the set higher limit parameter for oil temperature. Factory set to 225 °F.
High Oil Pressure Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the oil pressure reaches
the set higher limit parameter for oil pressure. Factory set to 200.0 psi.
High Oil Pressure Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the oil pressure
reaches the set higher limit parameter for oil pressure. Factory set to 200.00 psi.
High Engine Temp Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the temperature of the
engine reaches the set higher limit parameter for temperature. Factory set to 210 F.
High Engine Temp Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the temperature
of the engine reaches the set higher limit parameter for temperature. Factory set to 225 F.
Low Engine Temp Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the temperature of the
engine reaches the set lower limit parameter for temperature. Factory set to 32 F.
Underspeed Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the speed reaches the set
lower limit parameter for speed. Factory set to 0 RPM.
Overspeed Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the speed reaches the set
higher limit parameter for speed. Factory set to 2400 RPM.
High Gearbox Pressure Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the gearbox
pressure reaches the set high limit parameter for gearbox pressure. Selection only shown when an
analog input is selected to monitor Gearbox Pressure. Factory set to 0.00 psi.
High Gearbox Pressure Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the gearbox
pressure reaches the set high limit parameter for gearbox pressure. Selection only shown when an
analog input is selected to monitor Gearbox Pressure. Factory set to 0.00 psi.
Low Gear Box Pressure Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the gearbox
pressure reaches the set low limit parameter for gearbox pressure. Selection only shown when an
analog input is selected to monitor Gearbox Pressure. Factory set to 0.00 psi.
Low Gear Box Pressure Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the gearbox
pressure reaches the set low limit parameter for gearbox pressure. Selection only shown when an
analog input is selected to monitor Gearbox Pressure. Factory set to 0.00 psi.
High Level Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the system level reaches the set
high limit parameter for system level. Selection only shown when an analog input is selected to monitor
System Level. Factory set to 0.0 ft.
High Level Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the system level reaches
the set high limit parameter for system level. Selection only shown when an analog input is selected
to monitor System Level. Factory set to 0.0 ft.
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Low Level Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the system level reaches the set
low limit parameter for system level. Selection only shown when an analog input is selected to monitor
System Level. Factory set to 0.0 ft.
High Flow Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the flow rate reaches the set high
limit parameter for flow rate. Selection only shown when an analog input is selected to monitor Flow
Rate. Factory set to 0 gpm.
High Flow Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the flow rate reaches the
set high limit parameter for flow rate. Selection only shown when an analog input is selected to monitor
Flow Rate. Factory set to 0 gpm.
Low Flow Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the flow rate reaches the set low
limit parameter for flow rate. Selection only shown when an analog input is selected to monitor Flow
Rate. Factory set to 0 gpm.
Low Flow Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the flow rate reaches the set
low limit parameter for flow rate. Selection only shown when an analog input is selected to monitor
Flow Rate. Factory set to 0 gpm.
High Discharge Pressure Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the discharge
pressure reaches the set high limit parameter for discharge pressure. Selection only shown when an
analog input is selected to monitor Discharge Pressure. Factory set to 0.00 psi.
High Discharge Pressure Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the
discharge pressure reaches the set high limit parameter for discharge pressure. Selection only shown
when an analog input is selected to monitor Discharge Pressure. Factory set to 0.00 psi.
Low Discharge Pressure Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the discharge
pressure reaches the set low limit parameter for discharge pressure. Selection only shown when an
analog input is selected to monitor Discharge Pressure. Factory set to 0.00 psi.
Low Discharge Pressure Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the
discharge pressure reaches the set low limit parameter for discharge pressure. Selection only shown
when an analog input is selected to monitor Discharge Pressure. Factory set to 0.00 psi.
High Suction Pressure Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the suction pressure
reaches the set high limit parameter for suction pressure. Selection only shown when an analog input
is selected to monitor Suction Pressure. Factory set to 0.00 psi.
High Suction Pressure Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the suction
pressure reaches the set high limit parameter for suction pressure. Selection only shown when an
analog input is selected to monitor Suction Pressure. Factory set to 0.00 psi.
Low Suction Pressure Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the suction pressure
reaches the set low limit parameter for suction pressure. Selection only shown when an analog input
is selected to monitor Suction Pressure. Factory set to 0.00 psi.
Low Suction Pressure Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the suction
pressure reaches the set low limit parameter for suction pressure. Selection only shown when an
analog input is selected to monitor Suction Pressure. Factory set to 0.00 psi.
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High Pump Housing Temp. Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the pump
housing temperature reaches the set high limit parameter for pump housing temperature. Selection
only shown when an analog input is selected to monitor Pump Housing Temperature. Factory wet to
32 F.
High Pump Housing Temp. Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the pump
housing temperature reaches the set high limit parameter for pump housing temperature. Selection
only shown when an analog input is selected to monitor Pump Housing Temperature. Factory set to
32 F.
High Pump Oil Temp. Warning – (Medium Security): sounds a warning when the pump oil
temperature reaches the set high limit parameter for pump oil temperature. Selection only shown when
an analog input is selected to monitor Pump Oil Temperature. Factory set to 32 F.
High Pump Oil Temp. Shutdown – (Medium Security): shuts down the engine when the pump oil
temperature reaches the set high limit parameter for pump oil temperature. Selection only shown when
an analog input is selected to monitor Pump Oil Temperature. Factory set to 32 F.
Throttle Menu (Medium Security)
Throttle Type – (High Security): allows the selection of J1939 TSC1, Pulse Inc/Dec or Analog 0-5VDC as
the throttle type for the engine. Factory set to J1939 TSC1.
J1939 TSC1 (High Security): this setting will be used when an electronic engine is used for J1939
Throttling. (Verify with Engine Dealer this type of throttling is accepted on the specific engine.)
Pulse Inc/Dec (High Security): this setting will be used when throttling a mechanical engine, using a
throttle actuator and also an electronic engine using digital pulses into the ECU for throttling.
Analog 0-5 VDC (High Security): this setting will be used for throttling an electronic engine utilizing
0-5V output.
None (High Security): this setting will be used when the controller is not used to throttle the engine.
This setting will hide target speed on the main screen to only display actual engine speed.
Target RPM Step Size – (Medium Security): step size of the target RPM when increasing and decreasing.
The actual rate of change is much higher when throttling in auto vs. manually with the push buttons.
Factory set to 25 RPM.
RPM Step Size – (Medium Security): allows the setting of the increments by which the RPM will increase or
decrease. Factory set to 25 RPM.
Throttle Deadband RPM – (Medium Security): (only appears when Pulse Inc/Dec or Analog, 0-5 VDC is
chosen for the Throttle Type) format of # RPM. Plus/minus value added to the target to provide a range of
RPM during which the throttle is not active. No throttling will occur when the engine RPM is within the RPM
deadband. Factory set to 25 RPM.
Throttle Inc/Dec Pulse – (High Security): (only appears when Pulse Inc/Dec is chosen) format of # mS.
The amount of time to pulse the throttle. Increase this value for faster engine response, or decrease this
value for slower engine response. Factory set to 50 mS.
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Throttle Inc/Dec Pulse Delay – (High Security): (only appears when Pulse Inc/Dec is chosen) format of #
mS. The amount of delay time before pulsing the throttle. Increase this value for slower engine response,
or decrease this value for faster engine response. Factory set to 250 mS.
Analog Minimum Value – (High Security): (only appears when analog throttle type is chosen) analog
throttle output will not go lower than this set point. Factory set to .50 V.
Analog Maximum Value – (High Security): (only appears when analog throttle type is chosen) analog
throttle output will not go higher than this set point. Factory set to 4.5 V.
Throttle Inc Rate – (Medium Security): rate the engine is signaled to increase in RPM. Factory set to 100
RPM/s.
Throttle Dec Rate – (Medium Security): rate the engine is signaled to decrease in RPM. Factory set to 100
RPM/s.
Input / Output Menu (Medium Security)
Digital Inputs (1-6) – (Medium Security): for each of the digital inputs, the ability to select the following
parameters exists:
Digital input 1.
Digital Input 2.
Digital Input 3.
Digital Input 4.
Digital Input 5.
Digital Input 6.
Factory set to Disabled
Factory set to Auto Start Momentary/Maintained
Factory set to Auto Stop Momentary/Maintained
Factory set to Low Coolant Level
Factory set to Low Lube Oil Level
Factory set to Disabled
Function – (Medium Security):
Disabled
Single Contact Start/Stop
Auto Start Momentary / Maintained
Auto Stop Momentary / Maintained
Remote Alarm Acknowledge
Low Fuel Level
Fuel Leak
Fuel Filter Restriction
Low Lube Oil Level
Low Coolant Level
Remote Stop
Idle Engine
Water in Fuel
No Flow
Engine Over Speed
Crank Termination
Air Damper Closed
Air Filter Restriction
Battery Charger Fail
Oil Filter Restriction
Run To Destruct Override
User 1 through User 6
Speed 1 through Speed 5
Kubota Parking Brake
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Kubota Neutral Switch
Pivot Alignment
Active – (Medium Security):
B- (ground input to a function chosen above) Factory Default
B+ (battery positive to a function chosen above)
Open (sender/switch is open)
Action – (Medium Security):
Not Used
Warning
Shutdown
Shutdown, Controlled (The input will initiate an auto stop. The input has to be inactive for the
controller to accept a new auto start signal.)
Relay Control: used to control a relay output.
DI Speed Set points – (Medium Security): used in place of Throttle Inc/Dec. Provides five throttle set
points to which the engine will throttle. These speed inputs will override any other throttling type.
When inputs are not active, any other throttling type in use will resume. Digital input 1 will override
2 through 4. Digital 2 will override 3 through 5 and so on.
Analog Inputs (1-8) – (Medium Security): for each of the analog inputs, the ability to select the following
parameters exists:
Analog input 1.
Analog Input 2.
Analog Input 3.
Analog Input 4.
Analog Input 5.
Analog Input 6.
Analog Input 7.
Analog Input 8.
Factory set to Disabled
Factory set to Disabled
Factory set to Disabled
Factory set to Disabled
Factory set to Disabled
Factory set to Disabled
Factory set to Disabled
Factory set to Disabled
Function – (Medium Security):
Disabled
4-20 mA Oil Pressure
0-5V Oil Pressure
4-20mA Engine Temperature
0-5V Engine Temperature
4-20mA Fuel Level
0-5V Fuel Level
4-20mA Oil Temperature
0-5V Oil Temperature
4-20mA Suction Pressure
0-5V Suction Pressure
4-20mA Discharge Pressure
0-5V Discharge Pressure
4-20mA System Level
4-20mA Flow Rate
4-20mA Pump Oil Temperature
0-5V Pump Oil Temperature
4-20mA Pump Housing Temperature
0-5V Pump Housing Temperature
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4-20mA Ambient Temperature
0-5V Ambient Temperature
4-20mA Gear Box Pressure
0-5V Gear Box Pressure
0-5V Throttle Input
Datcon Oil Pressure
Murphy Oil Pressure – (ES2P)
VDO 5 Bar Oil Pressure
VDO 7 Bar Oil Pressure
Murphy Engine Temperature – (ES2T)
Datcon Engine Temperature
VDO Engine Temperature
Murphy Fuel Level – (ES2F)
VDO Fuel Level
Datcon Fuel Level
Murphy Oil Temperature – (ES2T)
Datcon Oil Temperature
VDO Oil Temperature
Murphy Discharge Pressure – (ES2P)
Murphy Suction Pressure – (ES2P)
Datcon Pump Housing Temperature
Murphy Pump Housing Temperature – (ES2T)
VDO Pump Housing Temperature
Murphy Pump Oil Temperature – (ES2T)
Datcon Pump Oil Temperature
VDO Pump Oil Temperature
Murphy GearBox Pressure – (PMK-400)
Analog.Digital1
Index Coolant Level Probe Shutdown
Sensor Setup – (Medium Security): (only appears when the analog inputs are configured. This sets the range
of sensors for 4-20mA or 0-5V senders.)
Oil Pressure (0-5V) or (4-20mA)
Ambient Temp (0-5V) or (4-20mA) by raising the minimum value (4mA or 0V) in the sensor
setup, a negative Ambient Temperature can be read by the Controller in Celsius or a
temperature below 32 degrees in Fahrenheit.
Coolant Temp (0-5V) or (4-20mA)
Discharge Pressure (0-5V) or (4-20mA)
Fluid Pressure (0-5V) or (4-20mA)
Fuel Level (0-5V) or (4-20mA)
Oil Temp (0-5V) or (4-20mA)
Pump Housing Temp (0-5V) or (4-20mA)
Pump Oil Temp (0-5V) or (4-20mA)
Suction Pressure (0-5V) or (4-20mA) by raising the minimum value (4mA or 0V) in the sensor
setup, a negative Suction Pressure can be read by the Controller.
Flow Rate (4-20mA)
System Level (4-20mA) Set mA per Ft
Discharge Pressure Units – (Medium Security): (only appears when discharge pressure is selected as on
analog input. This selection allows the operator to change the discharge pressure units and not the global
pressure units.) Factory set to PSI.
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Relay (1-6) and Digital (1-6) Outputs – (Medium Security): the same parameters are used for both the Relay
and Digital Outputs.
Relay 1. Factory set to Crank.
Relay 2. Factory set to ECU Enable. The controller will not transmit on the CAN bus when this
output is off.
Relay 3. Factory set to Common Alarm.
Relay 4. Factory set to Not Used.
Relay 5. Factory set to At Load (Clutch).
Relay 6. Factory set to Prestart 1 Delay.
DO1 (5V, 200mA). Factory set to Not Used.
DO2 (5V, 200mA). Factory set to Not Used.
DO3 (B+, 2A). Factory set to Not Used.
DO4 (B+, 2A). Factory set to Not Used.
DO5 (B-, 1A). Factory set to Throttle Decrease.
DO6 (B-, 1A). Factory set to Throttle Increase.
Function – (Medium Security):
Not Used
Prestart 1 Delay: See Timers on page 30.
Prestart 2 Delay: See Timers on page 30.
Crank: See Timers on page 30.
Fuel: output turns on when the engine is in the crank/run state.
ECU Enable: used for enabling the ECU on electronic engines. This output is on any time the
controller is powered up or in the crank/run state. It’s turned off if the controller is in the
standby state.
Excite Engine Alternator: used for alternators requiring excite from battery. This output is
turned on in the crank/run state.
At Load (Clutch): output is turned on when the warm-up delay has expired and the engine
reaches the clutch engage RPM set point. It is turned off during the cool-down delay and the
engine reaches the clutch disengage RPM set point.
Gov. Control: output turns on after the warm-up delay expires and turns off when the cooldown delay begins timing.
Shutdown: output turns on when a fault shutdown occurs.
Common Alarm: output turns on when either a shutdown or a warning occurs.
Remote Alarm: output turns on when either a shutdown or a warning occurs.
Air Damper Normally De-energized: output turns off during the energize to stop delay.
Not in Auto: output turns on when the controller is in the manual mode.
Air Damper Normally Energized: output turns on during the energize to stop delay.
Energize to Stop: please see Timers on page 30.
Engine Running: output turns on after the engine actually starts and off when the engine stops.
Throttle Increase: used for the pulse inc/dec throttling type.
Throttle Decrease: used for the pulse inc/dec throttling type.
Digital Input (1-6): can be assigned to turn on a relay or digital output.
Analog (1-8) Digital: an analog input configured to be a digital input can be assigned to provide
a fault or alarm if all the digital inputs are used. This input is active on B- only.
External Alarm: turns on when either a shutdown or a warning occurs but will be silenced when
the Active Fault Reminder is enabled.
Pivot Power: turns on when the engine is in the crank/run state.
Crank Fail: turns on when the engine does not start after the set crank attempts and the
controller has an overcrank fault present.
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Application Configuration (Medium Security)
Application – (Medium Security): Factory set to Pump All Purpose
Pump All Purpose – houses most all auto start functions and auto throttling methods of the controller.
This application is the most versatile application thus requiring so many combinations of settings
for the operator to choose.
Center Pivot / Linear Irrigation – houses the auto start functions and auto throttle methods meant to
be used on center pivot and linear movement irrigation applications.
Air Compressor – houses the auto start functions and auto throttle methods meant to be used on all
engine-driven air compressor applications. The MPC-20-R2 allows for the compressor to
start/stop and maintain a desired pressure during operation.
Hose Reel Irrigation – houses the auto start functions and auto throttle methods meant to be used
on hose reel irrigation systems. The MPC-20-R2 allows for the hose reel pump to auto start with
several methods, including the Local Key Start which may be the most used in this application.
The key feature of this application is the auto throttling method. This feature allows the controller
to manage the pump’s throttle in order to maintain a pressure in the hose during irrigation.
Frost Protection – houses the auto start functions and auto throttle methods meant to be used on
frost protection systems. This application allows for wind machine, sprinkler or other forms of
frost protection using single contact or a temperature transducer.
Auto Start / Stop Function – (Medium Security): Factory set to Two Contact Maintained.
Single Contact: (Center Pivot/Linear Irrigation, Air Compressor, Hose Reel Irrigation, Frost
Protection)
Local Start Key: (Center Pivot/Linear Irrigation, Hose Reel Irrigation) referring to the green start
button as in manual mode. This setting is used when auto start is not desired, but auto throttling is
required.
Two Contact Maintained: (Center Pivot/Linear Irrigation, Air Compressor, Hose Reel Irrigation)
Two Contact Momentary: (Center Pivot/Linear Irrigation, Air Compressor, Hose Reel Irrigation)
Pressure Transducer: (Air Compressor, Hose Reel Irrigation) read Pressure Type in detail below
under Pressure Transducer menu for understanding of setup.
Level Transducer: (Pump All Purpose) read Level Type in detail below under Level Transducer menu
for understanding of setup.
Flow Transducer: (Pump All Purpose) read Flow Type in detail below under Flow Transducer menu
for understanding of setup.
Temperature Transducer: (Frost Protection)
Auto Throttle Method – (Medium Security): Factory set to Running Loaded.
Running Loaded (Pump All Purpose, Center Pivot/Linear Irrigation, Air Compressor, Hose Reel
Irrigation, Frost Protection)
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Pressure Transducer (Pump All Purpose, Center Pivot/Linear Irrigation, Air Compressor, Hose Reel
Irrigation) read Pressure Type in detail below under Pressure Transducer menu for understanding
of setup.
Level Transducer (Pump All Purpose) read Level Type in detail below under Level Transducer menu
for understanding of setup.
Flow Transducer (Pump All Purpose, Center Pivot/Linear Irrigation) read Flow Type in detail below
under Flow Transducer menu for understanding of setup.
Local Throttle Input for use when an analog input is selected for 0-5V throttle input. (Pump All
Purpose, Center Pivot/Linear Irrigation, Air Compressor, Hose Reel Irrigation)
Auto Throttle Type – (Medium Security): Factory set to NON PID Auto Throttle.
NON PID Auto Throttle: this type does not use the P I D adjustments found in the Transducer setups
within the Application menu.
PID Auto Throttle: this type does use the P I D adjustments found in the Transducer setups within
the Application menu.
Linear Auto Throttle: this type uses the Pressure, Level, or Flow start and stop set points as well as
the minimum and maximum RPM set points to linearly throttle the engine from start to stop
depending on Pressure, Level, or Flow. The throttle should increase or decrease depending on the
setting in the transducer type selected. The linear tie to the start/stop should be used when desiring
to decrease throttle as approaching the stop setting. See the figure below as an example.
This example shows level with the transducer type set to Empty with auto level start at 7ft and auto
level stop at 4ft. This example also shows a maximum RPM of 1800 and a minimum RPM of 1200.
The pump starts and ramps to 100% maximum throttle then slows linearly as the level decreases
until set stop level is reached with a 0% minimum throttle.
1800 RPM
LINEAR AUTO THROTTLE (LEVEL)
MIN/MAX RPM
1700 RPM
1600 RPM
1500 RPM
1400 RPM
1300 RPM
1200 RPM
7ft
6.5'
6'
5.5'
5'
START/STOP LEVEL
4.5'
4ft
NOTE: In order for linear auto throttle to work correctly the auto start/stop function and
auto throttle method need to be set to the same transducer type.
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Running Loaded Speed – (Medium Security): present when selecting Running Loaded as the Auto Throttle
Method. This will set the speed at which the controller will run in auto mode when in the Running Loaded state.
Factory set to 2000 RPM.
Pressure Transducer – (Medium Security): only present when selecting Pressure Transducer in the Auto
Start / Stop Function or Auto Throttle Method.
Start Pressure – (Medium Security): present when selecting Pressure Transducer as the Auto Start /
Stop Function. When the pressure reaches this set point, an auto start will occur. Factory set to 0
psi.
Stop Pressure – (Medium Security): present when selecting Pressure Transducer as the Auto Start /
Stop Function. When the pressure reaches this set point, an auto stop will occur. Factory set to 0
psi.
Maintain Pressure – (Medium Security): the engine will be throttled between the min. and max. RPM
set points to maintain this pressure. Factory set to 0 psi.
Deadband Pressure – (Medium Security): extends above and below the maintain set point. No
throttling occurs while the pressure is in the deadband. Factory set to 0 psi.
Pressure Type – (Medium Security): Suction / Discharge.
Discharge: when the Auto Start/Stop is selected as Pressure Transducer and the Pressure Type is
set to (Discharge), it is necessary to set the pressure to start on a low value (falling ↓) then stop
on high value (rising ↑) in order to work correctly. When the Auto Throttle Method is selected to
Pressure Transducer and the Pressure Type is set to (Discharge), the controller throttles the
engine by increasing the RPM below the deadband and decreasing the RPM above the deadband
to maintain the desired level of Pressure.
Suction: when the Auto Start/Stop is selected as Pressure Transducer and the Pressure Type is
set to (Suction), it is necessary to set the pressure to start on a high value (rising ↑) then stop on
low value (falling ↓) in order to work correctly. When the Auto Throttle Method is selected to
Pressure Transducer and the Pressure Type is set to (Suction), the controller throttles the engine
by decreasing the RPM below the deadband and increasing the RPM above the deadband to
maintain the desired level of Pressure. Factory set to Discharge.
Steady / Proportional – (Medium Security): present when PID Auto Throttle Type selected. Steady
throttles the engine to the max. RPM set point when starting and stopping on pressure. Proportional
throttles the engine proportionally between the min. and max. RPM set points when starting and
stopping on pressure. 0 psi must be selected in the maintain pressure for the steady/proportional
features to work. Factory set to Steady.
Line Fill 1 Speed – (Medium Security): the engine is throttled to this speed after warm-up to purge
the line. Factory set to 900 RPM.
Line Fill 1 Delay – (Medium Security): the time the engine is held at the Line Fill 1 speed. Factory
set to 00.00.00.
Line Fill 1 Pressure – (Medium Security): the engine is held at the Line Fill 1 Speed until either this
pressure set point is reached or the Line Fill 1 Delay expires. Factory set to 0 psi.
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Line Fill 2 Speed – (Medium Security): present when Hose Reel is selected in the Applications menu.
The engine is throttled to this speed after Line Fill 1 to fill the line. Factory set to 900 RPM.
Line Fill 2 Delay – (Medium Security): present when Hose Reel is selected in the Applications menu.
This is the time the engine is held at the Line Fill 2 speed before advancing to pressure throttle
control. Factory set to 00.00.00.
Line Fill 2 Pressure – (Medium Security): present when Hose Reel is selected in the Applications
menu. The engine is held at the Line Fill 2 Speed until either this pressure set point is reached or
the Line Fill 2 Delay expires before advancing to pressure throttle control. Factory set to 0 psi.
Pressure P – (High Security): present when PID Auto Throttle Type selected and allows adjustment
if using PID throttling. Factory set to 0.020
Pressure I – (High Security): present when PID Auto Throttle Type is selected and allows adjustment
if using PID throttling. Factory set to 0.020
Pressure D – (High Security): present when PID Auto Throttle Type is selected and allows adjustment
if using PID throttling. Factory set to 0.001.
Flow Transducer – (Medium Security): only present when selecting Flow Transducer in the Auto Start / Stop
Function or Auto Throttle Method.
Start Flow Rate – (Medium Security): present when selecting Flow Transducer as the Auto Start /
Stop Function. When the flow reaches this set point, an auto start will occur. Factory set to 0
gpm.
Stop Flow Rate – (Medium Security): present when selecting Flow Transducer as the Auto Start /
Stop Function. When the flow reaches this set point, an auto stop will occur. Factory set to 0
gpm.
Maintain Flow – (Medium Security): engine will be throttled between the min. and max. RPM set
points to maintain this flow. Factory set to 0 gpm.
Steady / Proportional – (Medium Security): present when PID Auto Throttle Type is selected. Steady
throttles the engine to the max. RPM set point when starting and stopping on flow. Proportional
throttles the engine proportionally between the min. and max. RPM set points when starting and
stopping on flow. 0 gpm must be selected in the maintain flow for the steady/proportional features
to work. Factory set to Steady.
Deadband Flow – (Medium Security): extends above and below the maintain set point. No throttling
occurs while the flow is in the deadband. Factory set to 0 gpm.
Flow Type – (Medium Security): In / Out.
In: when the Auto Start/Stop is selected as Flow Transducer and the Flow Type is set to (In), it is
necessary to set the flow to start on a low value (falling ↓) then stop on high value (rising ↑) in order
to work correctly. When the Auto Throttle Method is selected to Flow Transducer and the Flow
Type is set to (In), the controller throttles the engine by increasing the RPM below the deadband
and decreasing the RPM above the deadband to maintain the desired level of Flow.
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Out: when the Auto Start/Stop is selected as Flow Transducer and the Flow Type is set to (Out), it
is necessary to set the flow to start on a high value (rising ↑) then stop on low value (falling ↓) in
order to work correctly. When the Auto Throttle Method is selected to Flow Transducer and the
Flow Type is set to (Out), the controller throttles the engine by decreasing the RPM below the
deadband and increasing the RPM above the deadband to maintain the desired level of Flow.
Factory set to Out.
Flow P – (High Security): present when PID Auto Throttle Type is selected and allows adjustment if
using PID throttling. Factory set to 0.020
Flow I – (High Security): present when PID Auto Throttle Type is selected and allows adjustment if
using PID throttling. Factory set to 0.020
Flow D – (High Security): present when PID Auto Throttle Type is selected and allows adjustment if
using PID throttling. Factory set to 0.001.
Level Transducer – (Medium Security): only present when selecting Level Transducer in the Auto Start / Stop
Function or Auto Throttle Method.
Start Level – (Medium Security): present when selecting Level Transducer as the Auto Start / Stop
Function. When the level reaches this set point, an auto start will occur. Factory set to 0.0 ft.
Stop Level – (Medium Security): present when selecting Level Transducer as the Auto Start / Stop
Function. When the level reaches this set point, an auto stop will occur. Factory set to 0.0 ft.
Maintain Level – (Medium Security): the engine will be throttled between the min. and max. RPM set
points to maintain this level. Factory set to 0.0 ft.
Deadband Level – (Medium Security): extends above and below the maintain set point, no throttling
occurs while the level is in the deadband. Factory set to 0.0 ft.
Steady / Proportional – (Medium Security): present when PID Auto Throttle Type is selected. Steady
throttles the engine to the max. RPM set point when starting and stopping on level. Proportional
throttles the engine proportionally between the min. and max. RPM set points when starting and
stopping on level. 0.0 ft must be selected in the maintain level for the steady/proportional features
to work. Factory set to Steady.
Level Type – (Medium Security): Fill / Empty.
Fill: when the Auto Start/Stop is selected as Level Transducer and the Level Type is set to (Fill), it
is necessary to set the flow to start on a low value (falling ↓) then stop on high value (rising ↑) in
order to work correctly. When the Auto Throttle Method is selected to Level Transducer and the
Level Type is set to (Fill), the controller throttles the engine by increasing the RPM below the
deadband and decreasing the RPM above the deadband to maintain the desired level.
Empty: when the Auto Start/Stop is selected as Level Transducer and the Level Type is set to
(Empty), it is necessary to set the level to start on a high value (rising ↑) then stop on low value
(falling ↓) in order to work correctly. When the Auto Throttle Method is selected to Level Transducer
and the Level Type is set to (Empty), the controller throttles the engine by decreasing the RPM
below the deadband and increasing the RPM above the deadband to maintain the desired level.
Factory set to Empty.
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Level P – (High Security): present when PID Auto Throttle Type is selected and allows adjustment if
using PID throttling. Factory set to 0.020
Level I – (High Security): present when PID Auto Throttle Type is selected and allows adjustment if
using PID throttling. Factory set to 0.020
Level D – (High Security): present when PID Auto Throttle Type is selected and allows adjustment if
using PID throttling. Factory set to 0.001.
Temperature Transducer – (Medium Security): only present when selecting Temperature Transducer in the
Auto Start / Stop Function.
Start Temperature – (Medium Security): when the temperature drops to this set point, an auto start
will occur. Factory set to 32 F
Stop Temperature – (Medium Security): when the temperature rises to this set point, an auto stop
will occur. Factory set to 32 F.
Start / Stop Timers (Low Security)
There are eight timers to start and stop the engine, each with a Start Day and a Stop Day, a Start Time and a
Stop Time.
Countdown Timer – (Low Security): countdown timer will be active upon every auto startup until
the time is changed or disabled. It is used when it is desirable for a machine to run for a specific
amount of time unmonitored and then shut itself off when that time has expired or when an alternate
Stop condition has been met. Format of HH:MM:SS
Start / Stop Timer (1-3) – (Low Security): each of the eight timers contains the ability to select from
the following parameters. Ensure the stop day and time are set as desired compared to the start day
and time.
Start / Stop Timer (4-8) – (Medium Security): each of the eight timers contains the ability to select
from the following parameters. Ensure the stop day and time are set as desired compared to the start
day and time.
Days of the week are factory set to Off.
Start and Stop Times are factory set to 12.00.00 AM.
Start Day
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Daily
Off*
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Start Time: format of HH:MM:SS
Stop Day:
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Daily
Off*
Stop Time: format of HH:MM:SS
Communication (High Security)
Communication Type – (High Security):
Modbus: used if using a SCADA or telemetry device for polling the RS485 Modbus register list. See
Modbus Register Map. Factory Default.
Local Display: used to connect the display to a remote viewing application. This can be a program
running on a PC or another MPC-20-R2 set up as a remote viewer.
Slave Address – (High Security): the RS485 Modbus slave node number. Factory set to 1.
Serial Setup – (High Security): allows the operator to change the controller’s RS485 serial
communication settings.
Baud Rate – (High Security): Factory set to 19200
9600
19200
38400
57600
115200
Stop Bits – (High Security): Factory set to 1
0
1
2
Parity – (High Security): Factory set to None
None
Odd
Even
PVCAN Backlight Enable – (High Security): allows the MPC-20-R2 to control the backlights of the
PVCAN gauges when used with the MPC-20-R2. Factory set to Off.
CAN Termination – (High Security): allows the operator to enable or disable the controller’s internal 120
ohm terminating resistor. This should be enabled if the MPC-20-R2 is located at the end of the CAN
bus and the end terminating resistor is not used in the harness. Factory set to Enable.
CAN Parameter Map – (High Security): allows an operator to enable or disable the CAN Parameter Map.
The CAN Parameter Map can be used in place of the Modbus map when using a CAN device to talk
to the controller for starting, stopping and control functions via telematics or another CAN based
system. See CAN Parameter Map Section below for definition of the mapping. Factory set to
Disable.
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Passcodes (High Security)
This menu allows the operator using the High Security Passcode to see the three 4-digit passcodes for Low,
Medium and High security. This is a visual menu only.
Communications
This section covers the RS485 Modbus Registers and the CAN Parameter Map.
Modbus Registers
NOTE: The registers labeled Read & Write will allow the operator to change values
through the Modbus as a temporary modification. If power is cycled to the MPC-20-R2,
the values changed via Modbus will revert back to the last value entered locally at the
MPC-20-R2 unless saved using Register 40240.
REGISTER #
40001-40002
40003
40004
40005
40006
40007
40008
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Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
DESCRIPTION
UNITS
Engine Hours (32 Bit)
Hours
Engine Speed
RPM
Voltage (12.5 will read 125)
VDC
Engine Oil Pressure
kPa
Engine Temperature
Celsius
Controller State (Active State: Numeral Indicated)
Numerals
0 = ECU Stabilize Delay
1 = Engine Stopped
2 = Controller in Standby
3 = Prestart 1 Delay
4 = Check Safe to Start
5 = Prestart 2 Delay
6 = Crank On
7 = Crank Rest
8 = False Start Check
9 = Engine Warmup Delay
10 = Line Fill 1 Delay
11 = Line Fill 2 Delay
12 = Running Loaded
13 = Running Cooldown Delay
14 = Energize to Stop Delay
15 = Engine Spindown Delay
16 = Wait to Start Delay
Active Shutdown Status (Active Fault: Bit = 1, Inactive: Bit = 0)
0 = Overspeed SD
(0 or 1)
1 = Underspeed SD
(0 or 1)
2 = Overcrank SD
(0 or 1)
3 = Low Oil Pressure SD
(0 or 1)
4 = High Engine Temp SD
(0 or 1)
5 = Low Fuel SD
(0 or 1)
6 = Low Discharge Pressure SD
(0 or 1)
7 = High Discharge Pressure SD
(0 or 1)
8 = Speed Signal Lost SD
(0 or 1)
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Read Only
40010
Read Only
40011
40012
40013
40014
40015
40016
40017
Read Only
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read Only
Read & Write
Read Only
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9 = Low Lube Level SD
(0 or 1)
10 = Fuel Leak SD
(0 or 1)
11 = Fuel Filter Restriction SD
(0 or 1)
12 = Air Damper Closed SD no
(0 or 1)
13 = Air Filter Restriction SD
(0 or 1)
14 = Oil Filter Restriction SD
(0 or 1)
15 = Remote Stop SD
(0 or 1)
Active Shutdown Status (Active Fault: Bit = 1, Inactive: Bit = 0)
0 = Coolant Level SD
(0 or 1)
1 = High Level SD
(0 or 1)
2 = Low Level SD
(0 or 1)
3 = High Flow SD
(0 or 1)
4 = Low Flow SD
(0 or 1)
5 = High Pump Oil Temp SD
(0 or 1)
6 = High Pump Housing Temp SD
(0 or 1)
7 = Water in Fuel SD
(0 or 1)
8 = Low Suction SD
(0 or 1)
9 = High Suction SD
(0 or 1)
10 = High Engine Oil Pressure SD
(0 or 1)
11 = High Engine Oil Temp SD
(0 or 1)
12 = Low Gear Box Pressure SD
(0 or 1)
13 = High Gear Box Pressure SD
(0 or 1)
14 = Battery Charger Fail SD
(0 or 1)
15 = Red Lamp Status
(0 or 1)
Active Shutdown Status (Active Fault: Bit = 1, Inactive: Bit = 0)
0 = Pivot Alignment SD
(0 or 1)
1 = INDEX Coolant Level SD
(0 or 1)
2 = Reserved
3 = Reserved
4 = Reserved
5 = Reserved
6 = Reserved
7 = Reserved
8 = Reserved
9 = Reserved
10 = Reserved
11 = Reserved
12 = Reserved
13 = Reserved
14 = Reserved
15 = Reserved
Current System Level
Feet
Modbus Start/Stop (Stop = 0, Start = 1)
(0 or 1)
Maximum Engine Speed
RPM
Current Ambient Temp
Celsius
Auto/Manual Mode (Manual = 0, Auto = 1)
(0 or 1)
Running Loaded Speed - Auto Only
RPM
Manual Only (Manual Only Enabled = 1, Disabled = 0)
(0 or 1)
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40018
Read Only
40019
Read Only
40020
40021
40022
40023
40024
40025
40026
40027
40028
40029
40030
40031
40032
40033
40034
40035
40036
40037
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
40038
40039
40040
40041
40042
40043-40044
40045-40046
40047-40048
40049-40050
40051-40200
40201
40202
40203
40204
40205
40206
40207
40208
40210
40211
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read Only
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
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Prestart 1 Auto Only
(Prestart Auto Only = 1, Prestart Auto & Manual = 0)
Prestart 2 Auto Only
(Prestart Auto Only = 1, Prestart Auto & Manual = 0)
J1939.Actual Engine Torque
Reserved
J1939.Diesel Particulate Filter Outlet Temperature
J1939.Diesel Particulate Filter Intake Temperature
J1939.Exhaust Temperature
J1939.Engine Exhaust Manifold Bank 1 Temperature
J1939.Boost Pressure
J1939.Engine Fuel Temperature
J1939.Engine Intercooler Temperature
J1939.Diesel Particulate Filter Ash Load Percent
J1939.Diesel Exhaust Fluid Tank Temperature
J1939.Engine Fuel Delivery Pressure
J1939.Barometric Pressure
J1939.Air Filter Diff. Pressure
J1939.Exhaust Gas Temperature
J1939.Hydraulic Pressure
J1939.Hydraulic Temperature
J1939.Diesel Particulate Filter Active Regeneration
Status: The following is a description of enumeration
values.
0 = Not Active
1 = Active
2 = Regeneration Needed
3 = Not Available
Level Start
Level Stop
Level Maintain Value
Flow Rate Start
Flow Rate Stop
Current Discharge Pressure
Pressure Start Engine
Pressure Stop Engine
Pressure Maintain Value
Reserved
Version.App.1
Version.App.2
Version.App.3
Version.App.4
Version.Config.1
Version.Config.2
Version.Config.3
Serial Number
J1939.Engine Catalyst Tank Level
J1939.Diesel Particulate Filter 1 Soot Load Percent
49
(0 or 1)
(0 or 1)
Percent
Celsius
Celsius
Celsius
Celsius
kPa
Celsius
Celsius
Percent
Celsius
kPa
kPa
kPa
Celsius
kPa
Celsius
Numerals
Feet
Feet
Feet
US Gal/Min
US Gal/Min
kPa
kPa
kPa
kPa
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
Percent
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Read Only
40213
Read Only
40214
40215
40216
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
40217
40218
40219
40220
40221
40222
40223
40224
40225
40226
40227
40228
40229
40230
40231
40232
40233
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read Only
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
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J1939.Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Inhibit
Switch (Inhibit Switch Active = 1)
The following is a description of bits:
0 = J1939.Diesel Particulate Filter Active
Regeneration Inhibited Due to Inhibit Switch
(Inhibited = 1)
1 = Reserved
2 = Reserved
3 = Reserved
4 = Reserved
5 = Reserved
6 = Reserved
7 = Reserved
8 = Reserved
9 = Reserved
10 = Reserved
11 = Reserved
12 = Reserved
13 = Reserved
14 = Reserved
15 = Reserved
Controller State Timer
Engine Target Speed
All Purpose Auto Start Function: (Active Function:
Numeral Indicated)
0 = Single Contact
1 = Local Start Button
2 = Two Contact Maintained
3 = Two Contact Momentary
4 = Pressure Transducer
5 = Level Transducer
6 = Flow Transducer
Pressure Deadband
Level Deadband
Flow Deadband
Start Temperature
Stop Temperature
Flow Rate
Flow Rate Maintain
RPM Minimum Speed
Service Reminder - Air Filter Life
Service Reminder - Air Filter Life Remaining
Service Reminder - Battery Life
Service Reminder - Battery Life Remaining
Service Reminder - Belt Life
Service Reminder - Belt Life Remaining
Service Reminder - Fuel Filter Life
Service Reminder - Fuel Filter Life Remaining
Service Reminder - Oil Filter Life
50
(0 or 1)
(0 or 1)
Seconds
RPM
Numerals
kPa
Feet
US Gal/Min
Celsius
Celsius
US Gal/Min
US Gal/Min
RPM
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
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40235
40236
40237
40238
40239
40240
40241
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read & Write
Read Only
40242
Read Only
40243
Read Only
40244
Read Only
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Service Reminder - Oil Filter Life Remaining
Hours
Service Reminder - Oil Life
Hours
Service Reminder - Oil Life Remaining
Hours
Service Reminder - Overhaul Life
Hours
Service Reminder - Overhaul Life Remaining
Hours
Current Fuel Level
Percent
Modbus EEPROM Values Save (Save = 1)
(0 or 1)
Modbus EEPROM Values Saved Confirmation
(0 or 1)
(Saved = 1)
Active Warning Status (Active Fault: Bit = 1, Inactive: Bit = 0)
0 = Low Fuel Warn
(0 or 1)
1 = Fuel Leak Warn
(0 or 1)
2 = Fuel Filter Restriction Warn
(0 or 1)
3 = Low Lube Level Warn
(0 or 1)
4 = Coolant Level Warn
(0 or 1)
5 = Water in Fuel Warn
(0 or 1)
6 = No Flow Warn
(0 or 1)
7 = High Engine Oil Temp Warn
(0 or 1)
8 = Low Oil Pressure Warn
(0 or 1)
9 = High Engine Temp Warn
(0 or 1)
10 = High Discharge Pressure Warn
(0 or 1)
11 = Low Discharge Pressure Warn
(0 or 1)
12 = High Suction Warn
(0 or 1)
13 = Low Suction Warn
(0 or 1)
14 = High Level Warn
(0 or 1)
15 = Low Level Warn
(0 or 1)
Active Warning Status (Active Fault: Bit = 1, Inactive: Bit = 0)
0 = High Flow Warn
(0 or 1)
1 = Low Flow Warn
(0 or 1)
2 = High Pump Oil Temp Warn
(0 or 1)
3 = High Pump Housing Temp Warn
(0 or 1)
4 = Low Gear Box Pressure Warn
(0 or 1)
5 = High Gear Box Pressure Warn
(0 or 1)
6 = Air Damper Closed Warn
(0 or 1)
7 = Air Filter Restriction Warn
(0 or 1)
8 = Oil Filter Restriction Warn
(0 or 1)
9 = Low Engine Temp Warn
(0 or 1)
10 = High Engine Oil Pressure Warn
(0 or 1)
11 = Battery Charger Fail Warn
(0 or 1)
12 = Run To Destruct Warn
(0 or 1)
13 = Battery High Warn
(0 or 1)
14 = Battery Low Warn
(0 or 1)
15 = Amber Lamp Status
(0 or 1)
Active Warning Status (Active Fault: Bit = 1, Inactive: Bit = 0)
0 = Pivot Alignment Warn
(0 or 1)
1 = Reserved
2 = Reserved
3 = Reserved
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4 = Reserved
5 = Reserved
6 = Reserved
7 = Reserved
8 = Reserved
9 = Reserved
10 = Reserved
11 = Reserved
12 = Reserved
13 = Reserved
14 = Reserved
15 = Reserved
J1939.Aftertreatment 1 Diesel Particulate Filter Time
to Next Active Regeneration
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CAN Parameter Map
This feature of the MPC-20-R2 allows an operator to control functions of the controller over CAN (J1939)
similar to Modbus over the RS485 serial port. The map below will allow for devices to communicate via CAN
in place of RS485 to start, stop and control features listed in the map by enabling the setting in the
Communications menu.
All the parameters shown in the map below have a resolution of one and an offset of zero. The PGNs used
are shown in HEX and listed as a proprietary parameters in the J1939 standard.
All PGNs received from the MPC-20-R2 will have identification bytes A3 and AD respectively for the first two
bytes. Sending to the MPC-20-R2 the PGN will be the same as the one it is received from; however, the first
two identification bytes will be changed to be A5, AD. The priority will be 18 (hex), and the source address will
be 70 (hex). To save the value in the controller through power cycles, send PGN FFBB bit 16 a value of 1.
When the controller receives this command, a save occurs. In order to save again, bit 48 needs to be returned
to a 0 before it will allow a 1 again.
Parameter Map updates once per second on the CAN bus when enabled.
PGN
LENGTH
FF95
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
4 Bytes
2 Bytes
1 Byte
Start
BIT
16
32
16
16
16
32
48
16
48
16
Stop
BIT
31
47
31
31
31
47
63
47
63
23
FF90
Read Only
Read Only
Read & Write
Read & Write
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
FF96
2 Bytes
1 Bit
24
16
39
16
Read Only
Read & Write
FF91
FF92
FF93
FF94
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DESCRIPTION
Engine Speed
Engine Target Speed
RPM Minimum Speed
RPM Maximum Speed
Voltage (12.5 will read 125)
Engine Oil Pressure
Engine Temperature
Engine Hours
Fuel Level
Controller State (Active State:
Numeral Indicated)
0 = Stabilize
1 = Stopped
2 = Standby
3 = Prestart 1 Delay
4 = Check Safe To Start
5 = Prestart 2 Delay
6 = Crank
7 = Crank Rest
8 = False Start Check
9 = Engine Warmup
10 = Line Fill 1
11 = Line Fill 2
12 = Running Loaded
13 = Running Cooldown
14 = Energize to Stop
15 = Spindown
Controller State Timer
Communication Start/Stop
(Stop = 0, Start = 1)
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UNITS
RPM
RPM
RPM
RPM
VDC
kPa
Celsius
Hours
Percent
Numerals
Seconds
(0 or 1)
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FF97
1 Bit
16
16
FF98
1 Bit
17
17
FF99
1 Bit
18
18
FF9A
1 Bit
19
19
FF9B
2 Bytes
16
31
FF9C
FF9D
FF9E
FF9F
FFA0
FFA1
FFA2
FFA3
FFA4
FFA5
FFA6
FFA7
FFA8
FFA9
FFAA
FFAB
FFAC
FFAD
FFAE
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
1 Byte
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
1 Byte
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
1 Byte
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
4 Bytes
16
31
16
31
16
31
16
31
16
23
16
31
16
31
16
31
16
31
16
23
16
31
16
31
16
31
16
31
16
23
16
31
16
31
16
31
16-48
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
30
30
31
31
32
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Auto/Manual Mode
(0 or 1)
(Manual = 0, Auto = 1)
Read & Write Manual Only
(0 or 1)
(Manual Only Active = 1,
Auto and Manual = 0)
Read & Write Prestart 1 Auto Only
(0 or 1)
(Prestart Auto Only = 1,
Prestart Auto & Manual = 0)
Read & Write Prestart 2 Auto Only
(0 or 1)
(Prestart Auto Only = 1,
Prestart Auto & Manual = 0)
Read & Write Running Loaded RPM Auto
RPM
Mode
Read Only
Current Discharge Pressure
kPa
Read & Write Pressure Start Engine
kPa
Read & Write Pressure Stop Engine
kPa
Read & Write Pressure Maintain Value
kPa
Read & Write Pressure Deadband
kPa
Read Only
Current System Level
Feet
Read & Write Level Start
Feet
Read & Write Level Stop
Feet
Read & Write Level Maintain Value
Feet
Read & Write Level Deadband
Feet
Read Only
Current Flow Rate
US Gal/Min
Read & Write Flow Rate Start
US Gal/Min
Read & Write Flow Rate Stop
US Gal/Min
Read & Write Flow Rate Maintain
US Gal/Min
Read & Write Flow Deadband
US Gal/Min
Read Only
Current Ambient Temp
Celsius
Read & Write Start Temperature
Celsius
Read & Write Stop Temperature
Celsius
Active Shutdown Status (Active Fault: Bit = 1, Inactive: Bit = 0)
Read Only
Low Fuel Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Fuel Leak Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Fuel Filter Restriction Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Lube Level Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Coolant Level Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Water in Fuel Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
No Flow Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Engine Oil Temp Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Oil Pressure Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Engine Temp Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Discharge Pressure Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Discharge Pressure Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Suction Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Suction Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Level Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Level Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Flow Warn
(0 or 1)
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34
34
35
35
36
36
37
37
38
38
39
39
40
40
41
41
42
42
43
43
44
44
45
45
46
46
47
47
48
48
16-49
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
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30
30
31
31
32
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36
37
37
38
38
39
39
40
40
41
41
42
42
43
43
44
44
45
45
46
46
Read Only
Low Flow Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Pump Oil Temp Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Pump Housing Temp Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Gear Box Pressure Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Gear Box Pressure Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Air Damper Closed Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Air Filter Restriction Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Oil Filter Restriction Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Engine Temp Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Engine Oil Pressure Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Battery Charger Fail Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Run To Destruct Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Battery High Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Battery Low Warn
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Amber Lamp Status
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Pivot Alignment Warn
(0 or 1)
Active Shutdown Status (Active Fault: Bit = 1, Inactive: Bit = 0)
Read Only
Overspeed SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Underspeed SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Overcrank SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Oil Pressure SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Engine Temp SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Fuel SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Discharge Pressure SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Discharge Pressure SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Speed Signal Lost SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Lube Level SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Fuel Leak SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Fuel Filter Restriction SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Air Damper Closed SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Air Filter Restriction SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Oil Filter Restriction SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Remote Stop SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Coolant Level SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Level SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Level SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Flow SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Flow SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Pump Oil Temp SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Pump Housing Temp SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Water in Fuel SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Suction SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Suction SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Engine Oil Pressure SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Engine Oil Temp SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Low Gear Box Pressure SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
High Gear Box Pressure SD
(0 or 1)
Read Only
Battery Charger Fail SD
(0 or 1)
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FFB0
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
47
48
49
16
32
FFB1
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
16
32
31
47
Read Only
Read Only
FFB2
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
16
32
31
47
Read Only
Read Only
FFB3
2 Bytes
16
31
Read Only
2 Bytes
32
47
Read Only
2 Bytes
16
31
Read Only
2 Bytes
32
47
Read Only
FFB5
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
16
32
31
47
Read Only
Read Only
FFB6
2 Bytes
16
31
Read Only
2 Bytes
32
47
Read Only
FFB7
1 Byte
16
23
Read Only
FFB8
1 Byte
1 Byte
2 Bytes
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
2 Bytes
4 Bytes
1 Bit
16
24
32
48
16
24
32
16
16
23
31
47
55
23
31
47
47
16
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read & Write
1 Bit
17
17
Read Only
FFB4
FFB9
FFBA
FFBB
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Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Read Only
Red Lamp Status
Index Coolant Level Probe SD
Pivot Alignment SD
Service Reminder - Air Filter Life
Service Reminder – Air Filter
Life Remaining
Service Reminder – Battery Life
Service Reminder – Battery Life
Remaining
Service Reminder – Belt Life
Service Reminder – Belt Life
Remaining
Service Reminder – Fuel Filter
Life
Service Reminder – Fuel Filter
Life Remaining
Service Reminder – Oil Filter
Life
Service Reminder – Oil Filter
Life Remaining
Service Reminder – Oil Life
Service Reminder – Oil Life
Remaining
Service Reminder – Overhaul
Life
Service Reminder – Overhaul
Life Remaining
All Purpose Autostart Function
(Current Function = Numeral
Indicated)
0 = Single Contact
1 = Local Start Button
2 = Two Contact Maintained
3 = Two Contact Momentary
4 = Pressure Transducer
5 = Level Transducer
6 = Flow Transducer
Version.App.1
Version.App.2
Version.App.3
Version.App.4
Version.Config.1
Version.Config.2
Version.Config.3
Serial Number
CAN Map EEPROM Values
Save (Save = 1)
CAN Map EEPROM Values
Saved Confirmation (Saved = 1)
56
(0 or 1)
(0 or 1)
(0 or 1)
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Hours
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
Numerals
(0 or 1)
(0 or 1)
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Supplementary Information
Passcodes
The MPC-20-R2 controller houses three levels of passcode protection. This feature allows the OEM,
technician or owner to set desired menu parameters to be shown and changed only by selected operators.
The three levels are low security, medium security and high security. The default passcodes can easily be
changed via the PC Configuration Software (also known as PowerVision for Controllers). Refer to the Glossary
section of this manual to know which parameters are set to low, medium and high by default.
Low Security: allows operators to see the lowest security level menus items as set in PowerVision for
Controllers. This can be thought to be a user level menu where only particular items such as the warm-up
delay times and cool-down delay times are able to be shown and altered. This will keep the user from
getting confused in the menu and changing parameters they shouldn’t change.
Medium Security: allows operators to see the low and medium security level menus items as set in
PowerVision for Controllers. This security can be thought to be a technician level where more access is
needed for other critical items in the menu but not necessarily the items like engine manufacturer and
Engine Emissions Tier Rating.
High Security: allows operators to see the low, medium and high security level menus items as set in
PowerVision for Controllers. This level of security can be thought to be an OEM level where the entire
menu is present and is able to be changed. This security level allows the OEM full access to every menu
item while setting up the controller for a particular engine and/or application where the OEM may not want
the user to have access.
PC Configuration Software
PowerVision for Controllers is a PC tool to use on the PowerCore® controllers which can be downloaded free
from our forum for registered users. This tool allows a user to load a company logo in the splash screen, preset
parameters, change gauges in the 6-up screens and change security passcodes as factory defaults from a
PC-based configuration program.
The simplified version of PowerVision Configuration Studio® that will be utilized to create the configuration for
the MPC-20-R2 Controller will be available via download from our website (Forum).
http://forum.fwmurphy.com/viewforum.php?f=49
Customers requiring an engineering developer’s environment to change or add additional functionality in the
controller may do so in their own time without waiting or paying non-recurring engineering fees (also referred
to as NRE) to make the changes (requires purchase of full version of PowerVision Configuration Studio®).
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Specifications
Interface:
o
o
o
Display:
 Monochrome, Transflective, White Backlight LCD with Heater
 3.8 in./ 96.52 mm, QVGA (320 x 240 pixels)
 Languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Italian
(3) LEDs: green (mode), yellow (warning) and red (shutdown)
Operator controls:
 (11) Raised silicone keypads, tactile feedback
Power Supply:
o
o
Operating Voltage: 8-32 VDC, reverse battery polarity and load dump protected.
Current consumption: 18W max without two 2A High-sides active, 146W max with two 2A High-sides
active
Inputs (13):
o
o
o
(6) Digital, configurable (active on High, Low, Open)
(8) Analog, configurable (4-20 mA, 0-5V, resistive or digital ground)
(1) Frequency, supporting:
Magnetic pickup (30 Hz - 10 kHz, 2.0 VAC-120 VAC) and
Engine Alternator (30 Hz - 10 kHz, 4.5 VRMS - 90 VRMS)
Outputs (13):
o
o
o
o
o
(6) Relay, Form C (dry / volt-free), 10A; (30 VDC @ 10A max.), 40A maximum aggregate @ 85C
(2) Low-side FET (–DC), 1A
(2) High-side FET (+DC), 2A
(2) 5V, 200mA (available to drive external 5V relay coils)
(1) Analog 0-5V, (Dedicated for Analog Throttling)
Communications:
o
o
o
o
(2) CAN: J1939 (Only one supported in standard releases)
(1) RS485: Modbus RTU
(1) USB: 2.0B (Dedicated for programming)
(1) Ethernet: (Not supported in standard releases)
Connector:
o
Delphi SICMA 90 way
Physical/Environmental:
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Enclosure material: Polycarbonate / ABS
IP rating: IP67, Panel seal is IP66 when used with Accessory Gasket
Operating Temperature: -40° to +85° C (-40° to 185° F)
Storage Temperature: -40 to +85° C (-40° to 185° F)
Emissions: SAE J1113
Immunity: SAE J1113
Vibration: 7.86 Grms (5-2000 Hz), 3-axis random
Shock: ±50G, 3-axis
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