Thermo King SB-210 Operator Guide
Simple to Start:
Simple to Set:
Setpoint Temperature
Pretrip Test
Initiate Manual Defrost
3
1
Simple to Check:
Simple to Defrost:
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1
2
2
2
4
3
1. Press the ON Key.
1. Return to the Standard
Display.
2. A series of start-up screens will
appear.
3. The Standard Display appears
showing setpoint and box
temperature when the unit is
running.
3. Press the + or - Keys to
change the setpoint reading.
3
4. Press the YES or NO key
accordingly.
4. The Standard Display defaults to the “Temperature Watch” screen after
2 1/2 minutes. This screen displays same setpoint and box temperature in
larger font.
NOTE: For more detailed
information, see the
Operation chapter in the
appropriate unit operating
manual.
Simple to Set:
1
Simple to Check:
3
4
3. Press the MENU key.
4. Press the NEXT Key as
required to show the Pretrip
Menu.
4
5
4. A modified Standard Display
screen appears. The bar
indicator will fill in showing the
time remaining to complete the
Defrost cycle. When the
Defrost cycle is complete the
display returns to Standard
Display screen.
5. Press the SELECT Key to
start a Pretrip Test.
6. If the unit is not running, a Full
Pretrip will be initiated. If the unit
is running in either diesel or
electric mode, a Running Pretrip
will be performed.
7
NOTE: For more detailed information, see the Operation chapter in
the appropriate unit operating manual.
7. When all tests are complete, the results are reported as PASS, CHECK or
FAIL. If the results are CHECK or FAIL, the accompanying alarm codes will
direct the technician to the cause of the problem.
NOTE: For more detailed information, see the Operation chapter in the
appropriate unit operating manual.
Sensors
2&6
2. Return to the Standard
Display.
3. Miscellaneous defrost
programming screens appear.
Simple to Access:
Gauges
1. Clear all alarm codes.
2. Press the DEFROST Key.
5. The Standard Display
appears with setpoint changed
5 to the new setpoint.
4
NOTE: For more detailed information, see the Operation chapter in
the appropriate unit operating manual.
CYCLE-SENTRY or Continuous Run
1. Return to the Standard
Display.
2. Press the SETPOINT Key
on the Standard Display.
1
1
Simple to Check:
Hourmeters
2
5
2. Press the MODE
SELECTION Key.
5
1
1. Return to the Standard
Display.
3. The “Programming
Continuous Mode” or
“Programming CYCLESENTRY Mode” screen briefly
appears.
4. The “New System Mode is
Continuous” screen or the
“New System Mode CYCLESENTRY” screen briefly
appears.
5. The Standard Display appears and the heading on top of screen reads
the new mode.
6. Pressing the MODE SELECTION Key again will change the unit back to
the previous mode.
NOTE: For more detailed information, see the Operation chapter in
the appropriate unit operating manual.
2
1. Return to the Standard
Display.
2. Press the GAUGES Key.
3. Press BACK or NEXT
Keys to scroll through
5
4
3
3
following gauges: Coolant
Temperature, Coolant Level,
Engine Oil, Pressure, Amps, Battery Voltage, Engine RPM, Discharge
Pressure, Suction Pressure, ETV Position, I/O. If no keys are pressed
within 30 seconds, the screen will return to the Standard Display.
4. Press the LOCK Key to display any gauge screen for an indefinite
period. Press the key again to unlock the screen.
5. Press the EXIT Key to return to the Standard Display.
NOTE: For more detailed information, see the Operation chapter in
the appropriate unit operating manual.
1. Return to the Standard
Display.
2
2. Press the SENSORS Key.
3. Press the BACK or NEXT
Keys to scroll through the
following sensor screens:
5
4
3
3
Control Return Air
Temperature, Display Return
Air Temperature, Control Discharge Air Temperature, Display Discharge
Air Temperature, Temperature Differential, Evaporator Coil Temperature,
Ambient Air Temperature, Spare 1 Temperature, Datalogger Temperature
Sensors 1-6 and the Board Temperature Sensor. If no keys are pressed
within 30 seconds, the screen will return to the Standard Display.
4. Press the LOCK Key to display any sensor screen for an indefinite
period. Press the key again to unlock the screen.
5. Press the EXIT Key to return to the Standard Display.
NOTE: For more detailed information, see the Operation chapter in
the appropriate unit operating manual.
1. Return to the Standard Display
screen.
2. Press the MENU Key.
4
3&5
3&5
3. Scroll through Main Menu by
repeatedly pressing the NEXT and
BACK Keys until the hourmeters
Main Menu Screen appears.
4. Press the SELECT Key to enter the Hourmeters Menu.
5. Press the NEXT and BACK Keys to view the Hourmeter Displays.
NOTE: For more detailed information, see the Operation chapter in the
appropriate unit operating manual.
Simple to View:
Simple to Determine:
Cause of Alarm
Cause of Alarm
1
2
1. Return to the Standard
Display Screen.
2. Press the MENU Key.
3
4
3. Press the NEXT Key until
the Alarm Menu appears.
4. Press the SELECT Key.
The Alarm Display will appear
5. If no alarms are present,
Alarm 00 is shown.
6. Press the EXIT Key to return
to the Standard Display.
6
5
7. If alarms are present, the
quantity of alarms and the
most recent alarm code
number will be shown.
7
8. If there is more than one
alarm, press the NEXT Key to
view each alarm.
9. If a serious alarm occurs,
the unit will be shut down to prevent damage to the unit or the load. If this
occurs, the display will show that the unit is shut down and display the
alarm code that caused the shutdown.
NOTE: For more detailed information, see the Operation chapter in the
appropriate unit operating manual.
Simple to View:
Clearing Alarm Codes
1.Press the CLEAR Key to
clear an alarm.
2. The display screen will
return to the Standard Display
when the alarms are cleared.
1
3
2
3. Press the HELP key for
additional information
regarding the alarm shown on
the display. Also see the
complete Alarm Code list in the
next column.
NOTE: For more detailed
information, see the
Operation chapter in the
appropriate unit operating
manual.
0.
2.
3.
4.
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6.
7.
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55.
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77.
No Alarms Exist
Evaporator Coil Sensor
Control Return Air Sensor
Control Discharge Air Sensor
Ambient Air Sensor
Coolant Temperature Sensor
Engine RPM Sensor
High Evaporator Temperature
High Discharge Pressure
Unit Controlling on Alternate Sensor
Sensor Shutdown
Sensor Check
Glow Plug Check/Intake Air Heater
Engine Failed to Crank
High Engine Coolant Temperature
Low Engine Oil Pressure
Engine Failed to Start
Cooling Cycle Check
Heating Cycle Check
Cooling Cycle Fault
Heating Cycle Fault
Alternator Check
Refrigeration Capacity Check
Motor RPM High
Pre-Trip Abort
Defrost Damper Circuit
Defrost Damper Stuck Closed
Oil Pressure Switch
Refrigeration Capacity Low
Check Engine RPM
Run Relay Circuit
Electric Motor Failed to Run
Engine Coolant Level
Electric Phase Reversed
Water Valve Circuit
High Speed Circuit
Check Engine Coolant Temperature
Unit Forced to Low Speed
Unit Forced to Low Speed Modulation
Check Fuel System
Hot Gas Bypass or Hot Gas Bypass Circuit
Check Air Flow
Check Belts or Clutch
Reset Clock
Heat Circuit
Economizer Valve Circuit
Test Mode Time-Out
Check Engine Speeds
Low Battery Voltage Check
Ammeter Out of Calibration Range
Engine Stopped - Reason Unknown
Pretrip Reminder
Low Engine Oil Level
Liquid Line Solenoid
Hourmeters Failure
Maintenance Hourmeter 4 Exceeds Set Time Limit
Maintenance Hourmeter 5 Exceeds Set Time Limit
Maintenance Hourmeter 6 Exceeds Set Time Limit
Controller Reset to Defaults
Internal Fault Codes
Internal Fault Codes
Internal Fault Codes
78. Internal Fault Codes
79. Data Log Overflow
80. Compressor Temperature Sensor
81. High Compressor Temperature
82. High Compressor Temperature Shutdown
83. Low Coolant Temperature
84. Restart Null
85. Forced Unit Operation
86. Discharge Pressure Sensor
87. Suction Pressure Transducer
89. Electronic Throttling Valve Circuit
90. Electric Overload
91. Electric Ready Input
92. Sensor Grades Not Set
93. Low Compressor Suction
94. Loader #1
95. Loader #2
96. Low Fuel Level
98. Fuel Level Sensor
99. High Compressor Pressure Ratio
108. Door Open Time-Out
109. High Discharge Pressure
111. Unit Configuration
117. Auto Switch to Electric
118. Auto Switch to Diesel
121. Liquid Injection Circuit
122. Diesel/Electric Relay Circuit
127. Setpoint Not Entered
128. Engine Run Time Maintenance Reminder #1
129. Engine Run Time Maintenance Reminder #2
130. Electric Run Time Maintenance Reminder #1
131. Electric Run Time Maintenance Reminder #2
132. Total Unit Run Time Maintenance Reminder #1
133. Total Unit Run Time Maintenance Reminder #2
134. Power On Hours
135. Spare DIgital Inputs
136. Spare Digital Outputs
203. Display Return Air Sensor
204. Display Discharge Air Sensor
SR-2
SmartSR-2
Reefer 2
Microprocessor
Smart Reefer 2
Microprocessor
Driver Guide to
Simple
Operation
XLL 400026
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