SR-4 MT Smart Reefer 4 Microprocessor Driver Guide to Simple

SR-4 MT Smart Reefer 4 Microprocessor Driver Guide to Simple
Simple to Start:
Simple to Set:
Simple to Defrost:
Simple to Test:
Setpoint Temperature
Initiate Manual Defrost
Pretrip Test
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ON
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OFF
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1. Press the ON Key.
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3. The startup screen appears while
communications are established and
the unit prepares for operation.
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4
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2. Select Zone to defrost.
1. Clear all alarm codes.
(See “Simple to Clear” on other side
of this pocket card.)
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2. Return to the Standard Display.
3. Display briefly shows [DEFROST],
2. Press the + or - Keys to change
the setpoint reading.
Simple to Set:
CYCLE-SENTRY or Continuous Mode
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3. Press the YES or NO Key
accordingly.
4. The Standard Display defaults to the “TemperatureWatch” screen after 2
1/2 minutes. (Three Zone shown.) The TemperatureWatch Display will
remain on until any key is pressed or a check, prevent or shutdown alarm
occurs and will show the return air temperature and setpoint for each zone.
NOTE: For more detailed information, see the Operation chapter in
the appropriate unit operating manual.
1. In Standard Display, press the
DEFROST Key.
1. Press any soft key to return to
the Standard Display. Press the
appropriate ZONE Key on the
Standard Display.
2. The THERMO KING Logo appears
briefly.
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[PROGRAMMING DEFROST - PLEASE
WAIT] and then [DEFROST
STARTED].
4. The Standard Display appears
with setpoint changed to the new
setpoint.
4. Display shows the Defrost
Display. The bar indicator shows
approximate defrost time
remaining.
NOTE: For more detailed
information, see the Operation
chapter in the appropriate unit
operating manual.
NOTE: For more detailed
information, see the Operation
chapter in the appropriate unit
operating manual.
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Simple to Check:
Simple to Access:
Gauges
Sensors
4
PRETRIP
PASS
ON
7
OFF
EXIT
3. Press the MENU Key.
4. Press the UP or DOWN Key to
choose the Pretrip Menu.
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. 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.
Simple to Check:
2&6
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1
Hourmeters
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2
1
3
1. Return to the Standard Display.
2. Press the CYCLE-SENTRY/
Continuous Key.
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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 CYCLE-SENTRY”
screen briefly appears.
5. The Standard Display appears
and the heading on top of screen
reads the new mode.
6. Pressing the CYCLE-SENTRY/Continuous 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.
1. Return to the Standard
Display. Press the MENU Key.
1. Return to the Standard Display.
Press the MENU Key.
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2. Use UP and DOWN soft keys
to scroll to the gauges option.
Press the SELECT Key when
gauges option is highlighted.
3. Press BACK or NEXT Keys to scroll through following gauges: Coolant
Temperature, Coolant Level, Engine Oil Pressure, Engine Oil Level, Amps,
Battery Voltage, Engine RPM, Fuel Level Sensor, Discharge Pressure,
Suction Pressure, ETV Position, I/O (Input/Output State). 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.
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2
2. Use UP and DOWN soft keys
to scroll to the sensors option.
Press the SELECT Key when
sensors option is highlighted.
3. Press the BACK or NEXT Keys to scroll through the sensor screens for
each Zone: Return Air Temperature, Discharge Air Temperature and
Temperature Differential. Continue scrolling to see Ambient Air
Temperature, Spare Sensors 1-3, 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.
3. Use UP and DOWN soft keys to
scroll to the Hourmeters option.
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4. Press the SELECT Key when
Hourmeters option is highlighted.
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
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2
1. Return to the Standard Display
Screen.
2. Press the MENU Key.
3. Press the UP or DOWN soft keys
to scroll to the Alarm option.
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4. Press the SELECT Key when
Alarms Option is highlighted.
5. If alarms are present, the quantity
of alarms and the most recent alarm
code number will be shown.
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6. If necessary to view all alarms,
scroll down using the DOWN Key.
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7. If a serious condition occurs, the
unit will be shut down to prevent
damage to the unit or the load. If this
occurs, the Alarm Icon will appear,
the display and backlight will flash on
and off.
NOTE: For more detailed information, see the Operation chapter in the appropriate unit operating manual.
Simple to Clear:
Clearing Alarm Codes
1.If the alarm situation has been
resolved press the CLEAR Key to
clear the alarm.
2. The display will briefly show
CLEARING ALARMS – PLEASE
WAIT. Then the Alarm Menu will
reappear.
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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.
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4. To return to the Alarms Menu
press the EXIT Key. To return to the
Standard display press the EXIT Key
again.
NOTE: For more detailed information, see the Operation chapter in the
appropriate unit operating manual.
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No Alarms Exist
Check Evaporator Coil Sensor (Zone)
Check Return Air Sensor (Zone)
Check Discharge Air Sensor (Zone)
Check Ambient Air Sensor
Check Coolant Temp Sensor (Engine Only)
Check Engine RPM Sensor (Engine Only)
High Evaporator Temperature (Zone)
High Discharge Pressure
Unit Controlling Alternate Sensor (Zone)
Sensor Shutdown (Zone)
Sensor Calibration Check (Zone)
Engine Failed to Crank (Engine Only)
High Engine Coolant Temperature
Low Engine Oil Pressure
Engine Failed to Start
Cooling Cycle Check (Zone)
Heating Cycle Check (Zone)
Cooling Cycle Fault (Zone)
Heating Cycle Fault (Zone)
Alternator or Battery Charger Check
Check Refrigeration Capacity (Zone)
Pretrip Abort
Check Defrost Damper Circuit
Defrost Damper Stuck
Check Oil Pressure Switch
Refrigeration Capacity Low (Zone)
Check Engine RPM
Check Run Relay Circuit
Electric Motor Failed to Run
Check Engine Coolant Level
Electric Phase Reversed
Check Water Valve Circuit
Check High Speed Circuit
Unit Forced to Low Speed
Check Fuel System
Check Hot Gas Bypass Circuit
Check Air Flow
Check Belts or Clutch
Check Spare Sensor 1
Reset Clock
Check Heat Circuit
Check Liquid Line Solenoid or
Economizer Valve
Test Mode Timeout
Check Host Evaporator Blower Low Speed
Check Host Evaporator Blower High Speed
Low Battery Voltage
Ammeter Out of Calibration
Engine Stopped
Pretrip Reminder
Abnormal Temperature Differential (Zone)
Low Engine Oil Level
Check Liquid Line Solenoid Circuit
Internal Controller Fault Code
Hourmeter Failure
Controller Reset to Defaults
Internal Data Logger Overflow
Check Comp Temp Sensor
High Comp Temp Shutdown
Low Engine Coolant Temperature
Restart Null
Forced Unit Operation
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521
Check Discharge Pressure Sensor
Check Suction Pressure Sensor
Check Electronic Throttling Valve Circuit
Electric Overload
Check Electric Ready Input
Sensor Grades Not Set (Zone)
Low Compressor Suction Pressure
Low Fuel Level
Low Fuel Level
Check Fuel Level Sensor
High Compressor Pressure Ratio
Check Receiver Tank Pressure Solenoid Circuit
Check Purge Valve Circuit
Check Condenser Inlet Solenoid Circuit
Door Open Timeout (Zone)
Check Suction Line Solenoid Circuit
Unit Not Configured Correctly (Zone)
Check Remote Fans (Zone)
Check Electric Heat Circuit (Zone)
Multiple Alarms - Can Not Run
Auto Switch from Diesel to Electric
Auto Switch from Electric to Diesel
Check Alternator Excite Circuit
Check PWM Liquid Injection Circuit
Check Diesel/Electric Circuit
Setpoint Not Entered (Zone)
Engine Run Time Maintenance Reminder #1
Engine Run Time Maintenance Reminder #2
Electric Run Time Maintenance Reminder #1
Electric Run Time Maintenance Reminder #2
Total Unit Run Time Maintenance Reminder #1
Total Unit Run Time Maintenance Reminder #2
Controller Power On Hours
Auto-switch Diesel to Electric Disabled
Check Remote Zone Drain Hose Heater Output
Lost Expansion Module CAN Communication
Loss of Controller On Feedback Signal
Software Version Mismatch
Autoswitch Electric to Diesel Disabled
CargoWatch Sensor Out of Range Low (Zone)
CargoWatch Sensor Out of Range High (Zone)
CargoWatch Sensor Failed (Zone)
Expansion Module Flash Load Failure
OptiSet File Mismatch
Primary Software Failed to Load
Check Battery Condition
Lost Radio Expansion Board CAN Comm.
Check Display Return Air Sensor (Zone)
Check Display Discharge Air Sensor
REB Transitioning - Conservative to Full Null
Check Relative Humidity Sensor Circuit
REB Miss-configured
Check Auto Fresh Air Exchange Door Circuit
Check Host Evaporator Blower Low Speed
Check Host Evaporator Blower High Speed
Check Roadside Cond. Fan Motor Speed Circuit
Check Curbside Cond. Fan Motor Speed Circuit
Check Digital Scroll Output Circuit
Speed Request Communication Error
Engine Control Unit (ECU) Failed to Enable
Engine Control Unit (ECU) Run Signal Failed
Engine Wait to Start Time Delay Expired
High Compressor Suction Pressure
Low Compressor Suction Ratio
Low Compressor Discharge Pressure
Minimum ETV Discharge Superheat Temp
I/O Controller to Application Controller Com
Failure
Generator Ground Fault
Battery Charger Input Voltage Out of Range
Battery Charger Output Fault
Battery Charger Overheat Shutdown
522 Check Battery Temperature Sensor
523 Unit Battery Exceeded High Temp. Limit
524 Generator Operational Limit V out to
Frequency Ratio
525 Generator Frequency Range Fault
526 Generator Operational Limit Output Current
528 Failed J1939 CAN Communication Base
Controller/Battery Charger
529 Check Fuel Pump Circuit
530 Low Pressure Differential
531 Check Economizer Pressure Sensor
538 Engine J1939 CAN Datalink Degraded
539 Engine J1939 CAN Datalink Failed
540 Illegal Engine Operating State
542 Battery Charger Fault - Unit Forced to
Low Speed
543 Battery Charger Internal Short
544 Battery Charger External Short
545 Battery Charger Output Voltage
Exceeded Limit
546 Battery Charger Operating Bulk Voltage
Out of Range
547 AC Bus Phase Loss
548 Battery Charger Temp Below Op. Range
549 Battery Charger AC Input Overvoltage
550 Battery Charger Internal Overvoltage Fault
551 Battery Charger Internal temp Sensor Fault
552 Battery Charger Charging - Low Battery
553 Battery Charger Operating Derated Due
to High Temp
599 Engine Service Tool Connected
800 Crankshaft Position Sensor Error
801 Camshaft Position Sensor Error
804 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Error
807 Fuel Temperature Sensor Error
808 Rail Pressure Sensor Error
809 Intake Air Pressure Sensor Error
810 Atmospheric Pressure Sensor Error
811 Glow Plug Circuit Error
813 General Injector Error
815 Fuel Pressure Regulator Error
818 EGR Valve Actuator Error
819 ECU Power Relay Error
820 Main ECU Relay Error
825 T1 Air Intake Temperature Sensor Error
826 T2 Air Intake Temperature Sensor Error
827 EGR Valve Position Sensor Error
828 Lambda System Error
829 Engine Communication Error
830 Air Flow Meter Error
832 Engine Sensor Power Supply Error
833 High Pressure Pump Fuel Metering Unit Error
834 Water in Fuel Sensor Error
836 Major ECU Failures
838 Intake Error System Error
839 Engine Speed Error
840 Fuel Injection Energizing Error
841 High Pressure Pump Wear
842 Engine Running in Safe Mode - Low Speed
843 Fuel Injection System Error
844 Failed to Crank
845 Starter Relay Error
846 T50 Switch Error
847 Variant Coding Error
853 Engine Overspeed (No DTC)
854 ECU Self Commanded Shutdown
899 Unknown ECU Fault
SR-4 MT
Smart Reefer™ 4
Microprocessor
Driver Guide to
Simple
Operation
TK 55870-2-PC (Rev. 0, 01/14)
©Thermo King Corporation
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