Faria Instruments J1939 Automobile Parts User Manual

Owner’s Manual
MG2000 J1939
Tachometer
IS0224
rev. A ecr#6115 04/2006
Index
Description
Normal Mode
Contrast and Lighting
Troll Control
Displayed Functions
Default screen 1
Default screen 2
Default screen 3
Default screen 4
Default screen 5
Default screen 6
Default screen 7 (Alarms)
Figure 2 - Select Mode
Figure 3 - LCD Display Screens
Edit Mode
Functions that are adjusted in Edit Mode.
Instructions
Select Default Screen
Reset Fuel Used
Set Fuel Tank Full
Set Amount of Fuel
Organize User Screens
Organize screen 1
Select Gauge Range
Select Oil Pressure Dial
Select Coolant Temp Dial
Select Voltmeter Dial
Select Water Press Dial
Select Boost Press Dial
Select Fuel Sender
Select Display Units
Select Pressure Units
Select Volume Units
Select Temperature Units
Select Fuel Tank Size
Select Fuel Tank Calibrate
Select Low Fuel Alarm
Adjust Low Fuel Alarm Setting
Select Self Test
Software ID and Revision
Alarm Mode
Low Fuel
Engine Faults
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Low Oil Pressure
High System Voltage
Low Oil Pressure
Low System Voltage
Low Coolant Level
Water in Fuel
High Boost Pressure
Rev Limit Exceeded
Engine Emergency Stop
High Engine Temp
Table - J1939 MG2000 Tachometer PGN’s Supported
Harness HN0587 - Tachometer/Speedometer Cable
Harness HN0401 - NMEA 0183 Cable
Harness
- Water Pressure (Tachometer)
Harness
- 2 inch Gauge Connection
rev A 4/20/2006
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Faria® MG2000 J1939
Tachometer Manual
The
Faria
MG2000
Tachometer
combines the features of an ECU serial
bus gateway and several instruments
into one unit:
• The tachometer is analog in
appearance but is driven by a stepper
motor for digital accuracy.
• The high resolution LCD screen
displays information for many other
functions and the various “screens”
can be configured as the user
wishes. As received, the screens
are configured as shown in Fig. 1.
turned off. The unit will power up first
showing the Self Test screen and then
the default screen set at the factory or
the screen selected by the user in the
Default Screen Edit selection prior to
shut off.
Normal Mode default screens for
MG2000 J1939 tachometer
The following Display Screens will be
the default screens at power up of the
MG2000 unit as supplied from the
Factory. The default screens will be
determined by the gauge application.
Pressing the “Mode” button once in
“Normal” mode then pushing the “Down”
button repeatedly will advance the
screens as shown below.
The MG2000 tachometer receives digital
engine data from the Engine Control
Unit (ECU), and Transmission Control
Unit (Commercial Application) via the
SAE J1939 bus and can receive GPS
information via a NMEA 0183 connection
Oil Pressure
to a suitable GPS unit.
20.1 PSI
3650 RPM
Trim
GPS information is displayed in the “Normal” mode is defined as the mode
MG2000 speedometer. Active Engine entered after power up.
and
Transmission
(Commercial
Application) fault codes are supported in
VOLTS
3650 RPM
this version of the J1939 tachometer and
On Off
are viewed in the alarm screen.
13.8 Volts
Oil Pressure
Analog inputs are provided for two
20.1 PSI
non-engine sensors, fuel level and trim
position. An optional direct pressure
65˚ F
port allows monitoring of engine water
pressure if installed.
The MG2000 provides a Faria Bus
On
output to allow use of various 5, 4, and
2- Off
inch instruments with the MG2000. The
application will determine the instruments
supported.
The Faria MG2000 tachometer will 65˚
turn F
on when the ignition key is turned on
and will turn off when the ignition key is
TRIM
Trim
41˚21N
Oil Press
40.0
PSI
P
Engine Hour
Engine Hour
35 Hrs
Hrs
35
Fuel Level
41˚21N
Water Press
325
20Hours
PSI
P
Off
Fuel
LeftRPM
3650
50.0 GAL
Oil Pressure
Fuel Used
20.1 PSI
17.5 GAL
Fuel Inst
5.5 GPH
Off
Trans
Gear
3650
RPM
2 Forward
Oil Pressure
Trans Temp
20.1 PSI
330˚ F
Trans Press
325
200Hours
PSI
Off
Oil Pressure
20.1 PSI
The instrument has three push buttons;
“M” (MODE), “Down”, and “Up”; that
control the functions available. The “M”
(MODE) button is used to change the
Trim Sync
function of the LCD display and to access
41˚21Nsubmenus
072˚06Wand adjustable settings. The
“Down” and “Up” buttons are used to
modify the
P
S settings.
Boost
Press
3650
RPM
Trim Sync
41˚21NIn 072˚06W
the “Normal” operation mode, pressing
and releasing the “Mode” button and
then pressing “Down” or “Up” causes the
P
S
display to cycle between the available
screens (see Figure 2).
5 PSI
Throttle
33 %
Trim Sync
41˚21N 072˚06W
Engine Load
325
20Hours
%
Off
Water Press
20.1 PSI
20 PSI
Coolant Tmp
325
Hours
215
˚F
ALARM
SCREEN
WILL DISPLAY
ENGINE and
LOCAL Alarms
325 occuring
Hours
When
35 Hrs
Figure 1.
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S
VOLTS
3650 RPM
13.8 Volts
Oil Pressure
Off
P
Trim Sync
the “Mode” button to exit the
41˚21NPress
072˚06W
“Screen Selection” mode and return
to “Normal” mode or do not push any
P
buttons S
for 4 seconds and the current
screen will stay selected and the unit will
return to “Normal” mode (see Figure 3).
41˚21N 072˚06W
P
S operation mode, press the
In “Normal”
“Mode” and “Up” buttons to change to
the “Edit” menus (see Figure 3 and “Edit”
mode below).
appear. The information below applies
to the MG2000 as received with no user
changes to the screen selections.
When the “Edit” menus have been
selected, press the “Mode” button to
return to “Normal” mode.
Press the “Down” or “Up” buttons to cycle
between the available “Edit” functions.
Contrast and Lighting
In the “Normal” operating mode
the instrument display contrast and
display mode can be adjusted by
pressing the “Down” and “Up” buttons.
With the display in “positive” mode, black
on white, pressing the “Down” button
decreases contrast.
Pressing the “Up” button increases
contrast.
Press and hold the “Down” and “Up”
buttons for two (2) seconds to select an
“Edit” function to change.
Within each “Edit” function, the “Down”
or “Up” buttons select settings or subfunctions. Follow the instructions in the
“Edit” mode section of this manual to
save the new settings after you select
and adjust them.
Continuing to press the “Up” button
causes the display to reverse to the
“negative” mode, white on black. Contrast
in this mode is controlled the same way.
To return to “positive” mode continue to
press the “Down” button until the display
reverses.
To adjust the lighting level intensity of
all instruments in the system, press and
hold both the “Up” and “Down” buttons
for 2 seconds. The lighting intensity of
all instruments can now be adjusted
by pressing either the “Up” or “Down”
buttons.
Normal Mode
When the MG2000 is turned on, the unit
will beep once and then enter the “Self
Test” mode. The screen will display “The
Self Test Mode Is In Operation” for 10
seconds The horn will sound three times
and the warning lights and backlights
will flash. When this is complete, the
user selected “Default” screen will
Return to “Normal” mode by pressing
and holding both the “Up” and “Down”
buttons. The setting of the last lighting
level selected is saved and the next time
the instrument is turned on that level is
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used.
Displayed Functions
Fuel Level
Tachometer
Displays the current amount of fuel
The tachometer is a digital instrument remaining in the tank as received by the
with the appearance of an analog tachometer fuel sender
3650 input.
RPM
instrument. The
tachometer
receives
3650 RPM
data directly from the ECU so no settings
Water Press
Oil Pressure
Trim
are
normally
required.
The
setting
for
Analog input. Displays engine water
Oil Pressure
Trim
Sync
20.1
PSI
the tachometer dial range is set at the pressure as supplied to the pressure port
20.1
PSI A microprocessor controlled on the tachometer. Pressure gauge dial
factory.
stepper motor moves the pointer to
display engine revolutions per minute.
range can be selected in “Edit” mode.
Fuel Left
VOLTS
Off
On
50.0 GAL
Off
13.8 Volts
Fuel Used
TRIM
41˚21N 072˚06W
Oil Press
˚F
40.0
PSI
P
Screen “1”
Volts
Engine Hour
Displays system
35voltage
Hrs as received
from the ECU.
S
17.5 GAL
41˚21N
Fuel Inst
5.5 GPH
P
Screen “3”
Fuel Left
Displays the amount of fuel left based on
operator input of amount of fuel in tank
as set in the “Edit” mode.
Trim
For this function to work correctly, the
325 Hours
Analog input. Displays
setting of the following settings MUST be set by the
3650
RPM
325
Hours
analog trim sender. Sender type can be operator in the “Edit” function: “Fuel Tank
selected in “Edit” mode.
Size”; and “Fuel Tank Full” OR “Amount
Oil Pressure
Trim Sync
of Fuel”.
20.1
PSI
Oil Press
Displays oil pressure as received from The default “Fuel Tank Size” is “0”.
the ECU.
The operator must set the Fuel Tank Size
as described in the “edit” mode.
Engine Hour
Off
35 Hrs
Fuel Level
Water Press
20 PSI
˚F
Fuel Used
Displays the amount of fuel used since
last reset based on the GPH from the
engine ECU and the time spent at each
41˚21N 072˚06W
GPH.
P
Screen “2”
Engine Hours
Displays total hours on the engine as
received from the ECU.
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S
Fuel Inst.
Displays the instantaneous GPH sent
from the engine ECU.
Trans Gear
Off
Displays the current percent load on
the engine as received from the engine
ECU.
2 Forward
Trans Temp
330˚ F
Trans Press
200 PSI
Trim
20.1
PSI Load
Engine
41˚21N 072˚06W
On Off
13.8 Volts
P
Water Press
Screen “4”
Trans Gear
Displays the current gear as received
from the transmission ECU. Example
Displayed as 0 for Neutral, 2 Forward.
Trans Temp
325 Hours
Displays the transmission oil temperature
as received from the transmission ECU,
and is also sent to a 2-inch 140-320 °F
gauge on the Faria
bus.RPM
3650
S
VOLTS
20 PSI
Coolant Tmp
215 ˚F
41˚21N
P
Screen “6”
Volts
Displays system voltage as received
from the ECU.
Water Press
Analog input. Displays engine water
325 Hours
pressure as supplied to the pressure port
35 Pressure
Hrs
on the tachometer.
gauge dial
range can be selected
inRPM
“Edit” mode.
3650
Trans
Press
Oil Pressure
Trim Sync
Displays the transmission oil pressure as
20.1
PSI
Coolant Temp
received from the transmission ECU, and
Oil Pressure
Trim
Displays the engine coolant temperature
is also sent to a 2-inch 0-600 PSI gauge20.1
PSI
as received from the ECU, and is also
on the Faria bus.
sent to a 2-inch 100-250°F temperature
gauge on the Faria Bus.
Boost Press
Off
5 PSI
ALARM
Throttle
On Off
SCREEN
41˚21N 072˚06W
33 %
WILL DISPLAY
Engine Load
ENGINE and
41˚21N
20 %
P
S LOCAL Alarms
When occuring
P
Screen “5”
Boost Press
Displays the turbo charger boost pressure Screen “7”
as received from the engine ECU, and is This screen displays fault conditions
also sent to a 2-inch 0-30 PSI gauge on based on engine data received from the
ECU or alarms based on internally set
the Faria Bus.
alarm points. Engine alarms from the
325 Hours
ECU will be displayed as “Check Engine
Throttle
Displays the engine throttle position !” or “Engine Emergency
325 HoursStop !”.
in percent as received from the engine
35 Hrsmode when the
Accessing the “VIEW“
ECU.
13.8
Volts
Alarm screen appears
will allow more
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Coolant Tmp
information to be displayed about the
alarm, also if more than one alarm is
occurring scrolling is possible in the
“VIEW” mode by using the “Up” or
“Down” buttons.
LCD Display Screens:
Below is flow diagram of how to maneuver
between screens and modes. In the
“Normal” mode, press “Mode” once to
enter screen “Select” mode, press “Up”
or “Down” to move between screens.
Internal alarm values can be set for “Low
Fuel”.
Screen “1”
Default
Screen “2”
Screen “3”
Screen “4”
Screen “5”
Screen “6”
Screen “7”
Alarms
(only available if
Alarms are active)
Figure 2
Press “Mode” once to return to “Normal”
mode.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Select Default Screen
Reset Fuel Used
Set Fuel Tank Full
Set Amount of Full
Organize User Screens
Select Gauge Range
Select Fuel Sender
Select Display Units
Select Fuel Tank Size
Fuel Tank Calibrate
Low Fuel Alarm
Select Self Test
Software ID & Revision
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“Edit” Mode Screens for
MG2000 J1939 Tachometer
Enter the “Edit” mode from “Normal”
mode by pressing and holding the “Mode”
button and the “Up” button for approx.
2 seconds The first editable screen
will appear. By repeatedly pushing and
releasing the “Down” button, the screens
will advance to the next editable screen
in the order defined below. To go back to
a previous screen, press and release the
“Up” button.
If no buttons are pushed within 40
seconds the system will exit the “Edit”
mode and revert back to the “Normal”
mode. “Normal” mode is defined as the
mode entered after power up.
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Edit Mode
The “Edit” mode is used to adjust or set
the values of numerous functions and
options in the MG2000. The procedure
below specifies the steps to be taken in
the “Edit” mode to adjust / set each option.
To enter “Edit” mode, press the “Mode”
and “Up” buttons while in “Normal” mode.
To return to “Normal” mode, press the
“Mode” button once while in “Edit” mode.
Functions that are set or adjusted in the
“Edit” mode.
1. Select Default Screen
2. Reset Fuel Used
3. Set Fuel Tank Full
4. Set Amount Of Fuel
5. Organize User Screens
6. Select Gauge Range
7. Select Fuel Sender
8. Select Display Units
9. Select Fuel Tank Size
10. Fuel Tank Calibrate
11. Low Fuel Alarm
12. Select Self Test
13. Software Id and Revision of J1939
(Info only screen)
Instructions – Function
Select Default Screen
Line
Display
1
Select
Default
Screen
2
3
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to enter the “Select Default Screen” function.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function or
“Mode” to return to “Normal” mode.
1
(Display Screen 1 is the “Default” at first turn on)
2
3
4
Default
Display
Screen:
1
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select screen 1 as the “Default Screen” and exit back to
“Edit” mode.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another screen.
1
2
3
4
Default
Display
Screen:
X
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select this screen as the “Default Screen” and exit back
to “Edit” mode. Press “Up” or “Down” to select another
screen
Repeat until desired “Default Screen” is selected.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function or
“Mode” to return to “Normal” mode.
1
Reset Fuel Used
3
Reset
Fuel
Used
2
Done
2
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to reset the “Fuel Used” to zero (0).
Confirms the Fuel Used is reset to zero with a beep and
“Done” displayed in the LCD. Press the “Mode” button
to return to “Edit” mode.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function or
“Mode” to return to “Normal” mode
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1
Set Fuel Tank Full
3
Set
Fuel Tank
Full
2
Done
1
Set
Amount
Of Fuel
2
NOTE: In order to use the “Fuel Left” function, the owner
must set this function when the fuel tank is filled or use
the set amount of fuel below. In addition, if the “Set Fuel
Tank Full” function is used, the “Fuel Tank Size” must be
set correctly to the size of the fuel tank in this application.
The computer will monitor fuel usage and calculate the
fuel left in the tank. This function does not replace the
fuel level function provided by the fuel sender and should
be used with caution.
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to set the “Fuel Tank Full”.
Confirms the fuel available is set to the tank size selected
by the user with a beep and “Done” displayed in the LCD.
Press the “Mode” button to return to “Edit” mode.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function or
“Mode” to return to “Normal” mode.
Set Amount Of Fuel
2
3
NOTE: If a known amount of fuel is in the fuel tank but it
is not full, this function can be used to indicate the amount
of fuel available. The “Fuel Left” function will then use
the amount of fuel entered to calculate the “Fuel Left”
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to enter the “Set Amount Of Fuel” function.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function or
“Mode” to return to “Normal” mode.
Press “Up” or “Down” to set the amount of fuel known
to be in the fuel tank. Adjust until the displayed volume
matches the known amount of fuel in the tank.
1
When the volume is correctly set, press & hold “Up” &
“Down” for 2 seconds to save the value and return to
“Edit” mode.
3
2
1
Organize User Screens
2
3
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Fuel
Amount
XXX.X
Organize
User
Screens
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to enter the “Organize User Screens” function.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function or
“Mode” to return to “Normal” mode.
Organize screen 1
1
Refer to the list of available functions later in this
manual.
2
3
Set up
Screen
1
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select “Set up Screen 1”.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another screen to organize
or “Mode” to return to “Edit” mode.
Press “Up” or “Down” to display the available screen
functions to be displayed in screen 1, line 1.
1
2
3
Screen 1
Line 1
Available Function
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the selection for Screen 1, line 1 and advance to
Screen 1, line 2.
Press “Mode” to exit with no change made.
1
Press “Up” or “Down” to display the available screen
functions to be displayed in screen 1, line 2.
2
3
Screen 1
Line 2
Available Function
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the selection for Screen 1, line 2 and advance to
Screen 1, line 3.
Press “Mode” to exit with no change made.
1
Press “Up” or “Down” to display the available screen
functions to be displayed in screen 1, line 3.
2
3
Screen 1
Line 3
Available Function
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the selection for Screen 1, line 3 and return to the
Set up Screen 1 function.
Press “Mode” to exit with no change made.
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1
2
3
Set up
Screen
1
Repeat for remaining screens (2, 3, 4, 5, & 6 ).
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function or
“Mode” to return to “Normal” mode.
1
Select Gauge Range
2
3
Select
Gauge
Range
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to enter the “Select Gauge Range” function.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function.
1
Select Oil Pressure Dial
2
3
Select
Oil Pressure
Dial
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select the “Oil Pressure Dial”.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another Dial.
Press “Mode” to return to “Edit” mode.
Press “Up” or “Down” to scroll through the selections.
When the correct choice is next to the selection arrow,
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the selection and return to select another Dial.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
Select Coolant Temp Dial
2
3
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select the “Coolant Temp Dial”.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another Dial.
Press “Mode” to return to “Edit” mode.
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Select
Oil Pressure
Dial
0-80 PSI
> 0-100 PSI
0-120 PSI
0-60 PSI
Select
Coolant Temp
Dial
Press “Up” or “Down” to scroll through the selections.
When the correct choice is next to the selection arrow,
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the selection and return to select another Dial.
Select Voltmeter Dial
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
Select
Coolant Temp
Dial
60-220 F
>
100-250 F
145-240 F
Select
Voltmeter
Dial
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select the “Voltmeter Dial”.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another Dial.
Press “Mode” to return to “Edit” mode.
When the correct choice is next to the selection arrow,
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the selection and return to select another Dial.
1
2
3
4
5
1
Select Water Press Dial
2
Press “Up” or “Down” to scroll through the selections.
3
Select
Voltmeter
Dial
32 Volt
> 16 Volt
Select
Water Press
Dial
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select “Water Pressure dial”.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another Dial.
Press “Mode” to return to “Edit” mode.
Press “Up” or “Down” to scroll through the selections.
When the correct choice is next to the selection arrow,
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the selection and return to select another Dial.
1
2
3
4
5
1
Select Boost Press Dial
2
3
Select
Water Press
Dial
60 PSI
> 45 PSI
Select
Boost Press
Dial
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Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select “Boost Pressure Dial”.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another Dial.
Press “Mode” to return to “Edit” mode.
Press “Up” or “Down” to scroll through the selections.
When the correct choice is next to the selection arrow,
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the selection and return to select another Dial.
Select Fuel Sender
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
Select
Boost Press
Dial
0-70 PSI
> 0-30 PSI
0-50 PSI
Select
Fuel
Sender
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to enter the “Select Fuel Sender” function.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function.
1
Press “Up” or “Down” to scroll through the selections.
When the correct choice is next to the selection arrow,
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the selection and return to “Edit” mode.
2
3
4
5
6
Select
Fuel
Sender
EU 10-180
> NO SENDER
USA 240-33
NOTE: The fuel sender MUST be connected before the
selection can be made.
1
Select Display Units
2
3
Select
Display
Units
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to enter the “Select Display Units” function.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function or
“Mode” to return to “Normal” mode.
1
Select Pressure Units
2
3
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Select
Pressure
Units
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select the “Pressure Units”.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another choice of
“Units”
Press “Up” or “Down” to scroll through the selections.
When the correct choice is next to the selection arrow,
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the selection and return to select another choice of
“Units”.
1
2
3
4
5
1
Select Volume Units
2
3
Select
Pressure
Units
BAR
> PSI
Select
Volume
Units
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select the “Volume Units”.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another choice of “Units.
Press “Up” or “Down” to scroll through the selections.
When the correct choice is next to the selection arrow,
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the selection and return to select another choice of
“Units”.
1
2
3
4
5
1
Select Temperature Units
2
3
Select
Volume
Units
LITERS
> GAL
Select
Temperature
Units
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select the “Temperature Units”.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another choice of “units
Press “Up” or “Down” to scroll through the selections.
When the correct choice is next to the selection arrow,
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the selection and return to select another choice of
“Units”.
1
2
3
4
5
Select
Temperature
Units
°C
> °F
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another choice of “Units”
or “Mode” to return to “Edit” mode.
1
Select Fuel Tank Size
2
3
Select
Fuel Tank
Size
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Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to enter the “Select Fuel Tank Size” function.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function or
“Mode” to return to “Normal” mode.
1
4
Select
Standard
Fuel Tank
Size
Review the list of standard fuel tank sizes for a size that
matches the fuel tank in the application.
1
Select
2
Fuel Tank
Press “Up” or “Down” to scroll through the selections.
3
Size
When the correct choice is next to the selection arrow,
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2
seconds to save the selection and return to “Select Fuel
Tank Size”.
4
150 GAL
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select “Standard Fuel Tank Size”.
2
3
5
>
0 GAL
6
25 GAL
36 GAL
40 GAL
50 GAL
55 GAL
80 GAL
120 GAL
1
4
Select
Other
Fuel Tank
Size
Press “Up” or “Down” to set the fuel tank size displayed
on the screen to match your fuel tank size in GAL. The line
4 value will adjust. The maximum setting is 999 Gallons.
1
Select
2
Other
To set, Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for
2 seconds to save the selection and return to “Select Fuel
Tank Size”.
3
Fuel Tank
4
XXX
These selections will appear during scrolling. Only three
selections are shown at one time.
NOTE: “0 GAL” is the default from the factory.
If there is no tank size available in the list that matches
your tank size, press the “Mode” button to return to “Select
Standard Fuel Tank Size” screen. Then press the “Down”
button to switch to “Other Fuel Tank Size”.
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select “Other Fuel Tank Size”.
2
3
Press “Mode” to return to “Edit” mode.
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1
Select Fuel Tank Calibrate
2
3
Fuel
Tank
Calibrate
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to enter the “Fuel Tank Calibrate” function.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function.
Ensure that fuel tank is as empty as possible.
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select the calibrate empty position.
1
2
3
1
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the “Empty” calibration point.
2
3
4
Calibrate
Fuel
EMPTY
Calibrate
Fuel
EMPTY
Fuel Level
5
Fill the fuel tank ½ full.
Press “Down” to show Calibrate Fuel HALF FULL.
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select the calibrate Half Full position.
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the “Half Full” calibration point.
1
Calibrate
2
Fuel
3
HALF FULL
1
Calibrate
Fuel
HALF FULL
Fuel Level
2
3
4
5
Fill the fuel tank full.
Press “Down” to show Calibrate Fuel FULL
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 second
to select the calibrate Full position.
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the “Full” calibration point.
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
Calibrate
Fuel
FULL
Calibrate
Fuel
FULL
Fuel Level
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Press “Mode” to return to ““Edit”” mode, then press “Up”
or “Down” to select another function or “Mode” again to
return to “Normal” mode.
1
3
Low
Fuel
Alarm
Press “Up” or “Down” to adjust the “Low Fuel Alarm”
setting. Line 3 value will adjust.
1
Low
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to save the “Low Fuel Alarm” setting and return to “Edit”
mode.
2
Fuel
3
XX.X
1
Select
Self
Test
Select Low Fuel Alarm
2
NOTE: Setting the Low Fuel Alarm to 0.0 will disable
the alarm.
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to enter the “Low Fuel Alarm” function.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function.
Adjust Low Fuel Alarm Setting
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function or
“Mode” to return to “Normal” mode.
Select Self Test
2
3
Press and hold the “Up” and “Down” buttons for 2 seconds
to select the “Self Test” function.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function.
This screen will display for 10 seconds.
1
2
The horn will sound three times.
3
The warning lights will flash three times.
4
The backlights will flash three times.
When the “Self Test” is complete, the unit will return to
“Edit” mode.
Press “Up” or “Down” to select another function or
“Mode” to return to “Normal” mode.
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5
6
The
Self
Test
Mode
Is In
Operation
1
2
Software Id and Revision
3
4
5
6
Software Id
&
Revision
Minigateway
J1939
PGFxxxx
Available Functions for Display in J1939 MG2000 Tachometer
Screens
The functions listed below can be displayed in the user configurable screens. All of
the functions may not be available in your installation. If a function is selected for
display and that function does not appear on the screen, the function does not exist in
this installation. A function is selected for display by selecting it from within the editor
“Organize User Screens” list.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Volts
Coolant Temp
Engine Hours
Fuel Left
Fuel Used
Fuel Instant
Fuel Level (Bar Graph)
Transmission Pressure
Transmission Temp
Oil Pressure
Boost Pressure
Engine Load Percent
Throttle Position Percent
Transmission Gear
Trim (Bar Graph)
Water Pressure
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Alarm Mode
The “Alarm” screen appears only if an alarm condition exists.
The alarm condition may be a warning sent from the Engine, or Transmission ECU or
a “Local” alarm such as “Low Fuel”.
When an alarm condition occurs, the “Alarm Screen” will appear and the screens
described below will be displayed.
The descriptions below also explain how to temporarily override the alarm screen and
audible / visual warnings and return to “Normal” mode. In all cases, the alarm will
re-occur after a period of time to ensure that the user remembers the alarm condition.
Once an alarm condition has been corrected, the alarm screen, horn, and warning
lights will no longer be displayed. An “ALARMS CLEAR !” screen will be displayed
for approximately 2 seconds and then return to the last screen displayed in “Normal”
mode.
Alarm Mode
Line
Display
The “Alarm” screen will only appear if a local alarm
or an engine, or transmission alarm occurs.
The local alarm is the “Low Fuel” alarm.
Only three engine alarms appear automatically,
“Check Engine” , “Engine Emergency Stop”, and
“Transmission Emergency Stop”.
Follow the
instructions provided to view more information about
engine alarms.
Low Fuel
Displays “Low Fuel” warning.
The red warning LED’s blink, and the horn beeps.
1
2
3
Low
Fuel
!
Press “MODE” to turn off the warning LED’s, silence
the alarm horn, and return to “NORMAL” mode. The
alarm will reactivate in 15 minutes but can continue to
be deactivated as required.
Engine Faults
Any engine alarm except “Engine Emergency
Stop”
The red warning LED’s blink, and the horn beeps.
PGN65226
SPN Any engine flag
FMI N/A
1
2
3
“Engine Emergency Stop” alarm
The red warning LED’s come on continuously, and the
horn sounds continuously.
1
2
3
PGN65226
4
SPN Any
FMI N/A
CHECK
ENGINE
!
ENGINE
EMERGENCY
STOP
!
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Low Oil Pressure
PGN 65226
SPN 100
FMI 1
High System Voltage
PGN 65226
SPN 167
FMI 16
Low Oil Pressure
PGN 65226
SPN 100
FMI 18
Low Fuel Pressure
PGN 65226
SPN 94
FMI 18
Low System Voltage
PGN 65226
SPN 167
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
FMI 18
4
5
Low Coolant Level
PGN 65226
SPN 111
FMI 18
Water in Fuel
PGN 65279 Byte 1
PGN 65226
SPN 97
FMI 15
High Boost Pressure
PGN 65226
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SPN 102
FMI 2
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
LOW
OIL
PRESSURE
CRITICAL
HIGH
SYSTEM
VOLTAGE
Warning
LOW
OIL
PRESSURE
Amber
Warning
LOW
FUEL
PRESSURE
Amber
Warning
LOW
SYSTEM
VOLTAGE
Amber
Warning
LOW
COOLANT
LEVEL
WATER
IN
FUEL
Maintenance
Required
HIGH
BOOST
PRESSURE
Rev Limit Exceeded
PGN 65226
SPN 190
FMI 0
Engine Emergency Stop
PGN 65226
SPN Any
FMI N/A
High Engine Temp
PGN 65226
SPN 110
FMI 0
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
REV
LIMIT
EXCEEDED
CRITICAL
ENGINE
EMERGENCY
STOP
!
HIGH
ENGINE
TEMP
!
CRITICAL
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MG2000 J1939 Tachometer PGN Table
Function
PGN
Bytes
Engine Speed
61444
4,5
Engine Percent Load
61443
3
Accelerator Pedal Position
61443
2
Ground Referenced Speed
65265
2,3
Fuel Flow (GPH)
65266
1,2
Oil Pressure
65263
4
Boost Pressure
65270
2
Battery Potential
65271
5,6
Coolant Temperature
65262
1
Engine Hours
65253
1,2,3,4
Transmission Gear Position
61445
4
Transmission Oil Temperature
65272
4
Transmission Oil Pressure
65272
5,6
FMI
MG2000 J1939 Warnings Table
Warning
PGN
SPN
FMI
EngineEmergencyStop
65226
Any
N/A
CheckEngine
65226
Any engine flag
N/A
LowOilPressure amber
65226
100
18
LowOilPressure red
65226
100
1
LowFuelPressure
65226
94
18
LowSystemVoltage
65226
167
18
HighSystemVoltage
65226
167
16
LowCoolantLevel
65226
111
18
HighBoostPressure
65226
102
2
RevLimitExceeded
65226
190
0
OverTemperature
65226
110
0
WaterInFuel
65226
97
15
WaterInFuel
65279
BYTE 1
N/A
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Harness HN0587
J1939 Tachometer
Cable
MG2000 J1939 Tachometer
2
3
4
2
1
12
11
10
9
7
1
3
8
6
6
5
5
4
12- pin connector
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
Pin 10
Pin 11
Pin 12
Red
White
Green
Black
Violet
Pink
Blu/Wht
Not Used
Not Used
Black
Red
White
Faria Bus
Faria Bus
Faria Bus
Faria Bus/Ground
Ignition(Wake)
Fuel Sender
Trim Sender
CAN GRND
CAN H
CAN L
4- pin connector
Pin A
Pin B
Pin C
Pin D
Red
White
Green
Black & Sheild
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Pink
Blue/wht
Not Used
Not Used
12 3 4
Heat
Shrink
Tubing
Pin C Black
Pin A Red
Pin B White
B: CAN-L
Fuel
Sender
Heat
Shrink
Tubing
Violet
Black
Trim
Sender
+14 Vdc
Ground
HN0587 r.A ecr 5668 11/05
J1939 Cable
Ground
CAN H
CAN L
A: CAN-H
C: CAN-Ground/Shield
Harness HN0587
Speedometer Cable
MG2000 Speedometer
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
3
2
1
12
11
10
9
8
7
12- pin connector
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Pin 9
Pin 10
Pin 11
Pin 12
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
or
Faria Bus
Faria Bus
Faria Bus
Faria Bus
Water Temp Sender
Air Temp Sender*
* or as Paddlewheel Sender
Air Temp Sender
White (Sender Signal)
FARIA
Tan
Red
White
Green
Black
Not Used
Tan/Black
Tan
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Black & Shield (Ground)
Paddlewheel Sender
Tan*
RED + VOLTAGE (SPEED)
GRN SIGNAL (SPEED)
BARE GROUND (SPEED)
N/C WHT THERMISTER (TEMP)
N/C BRN THERMISTER (TEMP)
Water Temp Sender
White (Sender Signal)
FARIA
Tan/Black
Black & Shield (Ground)
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Harness HN0401
NMEA 0183 Cable
MG2000 J1939 Tachometer
4
5
6
11
10
9
8
7
1
12
2
3
6
3
2
5
1
4
6- pin connector
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Pin 5
Pin 6
Not Used
Not Used
Red/ White
Red/ Blue
Not Used
Not Used
GPS100 Antenna
Red/ White
Red/ Blue
4 3
Heat
Shrink
Tubing
NMEA 0183-A
Red (Ignition)
Green (0183-A)
Shield (Ground)
NMEA 0183-B
Not Used
Ground
*Note:
Not Used
Not Used
Brown*
White*
Yellow*
1) Cut off the connector at the end of the antenna cable
2) Cut off the following wires because they are not used: White, Yellow, Brown
3) Cut wires so that they are different lengths. This ensures they do not touch each other.
HN0401 r.A1 ecr. 5556 7/2005
Water Pressure
Connection
J1939 Tachometer
MG2000 J1939 Tachometer
From
Engine
TP1003 Tubing
(or equivalent)
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
3
2
1
12
11
10
9
8
7
Tachometer to 2”
Gauge Connection
J1939Tachometer
From
HN0587
HN0503
4- pin connector
Pin A
Pin B
Pin C
Pin D
PJ0018
Red
White
Green
Black & Sheild
Note: To help reduce
moisture
in the gauges, be sure to
install
plug PJ0018 in all open
connectors
2" Gauges
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Notes:
Copyright 2006 by the Thomas G. Faria Corporation, Uncasville CT
No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form, in an electronic retrieval system or otherwise, without
the prior written permission of the company.
Faria® is the trademark of the Thomas G. Faria Corporation