SIMPLE TO VIEW Cause of Alarm 1 ON OFF SET POINT 6 GAUGES °C 3 SENSORS MENU 2 MAIN MENU ALARMS 4 3 EXIT SELECT NEXT NO ALARMS 0 OF 0 ALARMS NO ALARMS 5 6 EXIT 7 ALARM 28 1 OF 1 ALARMS PRETRIP ABORT EXIT CLEAR HELP SIMPLE TO DETERMINE Cause of Alarm 1. Return to the Standard Display Screen. 2. Press the MENU Key. 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. 7. If alarms are present, the number of alarms and the most recent alarm code number will be shown. 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. SIMPLE TO VIEW Clearing Alarm Codes ALARM 28 1 OF 1 ALARMS PRETRIP ABORT 1 3 EXIT 2 SET POINT CLEAR 6 GAUGES HELP °C .1 SENSORS 3 1. Press the CLEAR Key to clear an alarm. 2. The display screen will return to the Standard Display when the alarms are cleared. 3. Press the HELP key for additional informationwn on the display. Also see the complete Alarm Code list in the next column. MENU NOTE: For more detailed information on each action, see the Operation chapter in the appropriate unit operating manual. 0 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 48 50 52 54 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 70 74 77 79 80 81 82 No Alarms Exist Evaporator Coil Sensor Control Return Air Sensor Control Discharge Air Sensor Ambient Air Sensor Coolant Temp Sensor Engine RPM Sensor High Evaporator Temperature High Discharge Pressure Unit Controlling on Alternate Sensor Sensor or Digital Input Shutdown Sensor Check Check Glow Plugs/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 Pretrip or Self Check Abort Defrost Damper Circuit Defrost Damper Stuck 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/Clutch Reset Clock Heat Circuit Test Mode Time-out Low Battery Voltage Ammeter Out of Calibration Engine Stopped Pretrip Reminder Abnormal Temperature Differential Low Engine Oil Level Liquid Line Solenoid Circuit Internal Controller Fault Hourmeter Failure Controller Reset to Defaults Controller EPROM Checksum Failure Internal Data Logger Overflow Compresor Temp Sensor High Compressor Temp High Compressor Temperature Shutdown 83 84 85 86 87 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 98 99 108 111 113 114 115 116 117 118 120 121 122 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 141 145 146 148 149 150 151 157 158 203 204 252 Low Engine Coolant Temperature Restart Null Forced Unit Operation Discharge Pressure Sensor Suction Pressure Sensor Check Electronic Throttling Valve Circuit Electric Overload Electric Ready Input Sensor Grades Not Set Low Compressor Suction Pressure Loader #1 Circuit Loader #2 Circuit Low Fuel Level Fuel Level Sensor High Compressor Pressure Ratio Door Open Time-out Unit Not Configured Correctly Electric Heat Circuit Multiple Alarms - Cannot Run Check High Pressure Cut out Switch Check High Pressure Cut In Switch Auto Switch from Diesel to Electric Auto Switch from Electric to Diesel Alternator Exciter Circuit Liquid Injection Circuit Diesel/Electric Relay Circuit Setpoint Not Entered 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 Check Spare Digital Inputs Check Spare Digital Outputs Check Damper Motor Heater Output Autoswitch Diesel to Electric Disabled Loss of Controller “On” Feedback Signal Software Version Mismatch Autoswitch Electric to Diesel Disabled Alarm Not Identified Out of Range Low Out of Range High OptiSet Plus Mismatch Software failed to load Display Return Air Sensor Display Discharge Air Sensor Check Fresh Air Exchange Circuit SR-3 Smart Reefer 3 Microprocessor Driver Guide to Simple Operation For more information or tutorial sessions, please contact your Thermo King Service Manager TK 55526-2-PC-EN (Rev. 1, 08-16) ©Thermo King Corporation SIMPLE TO START 1 3 ON OFF SET POINT 6 GAUGES °C SENSORS SIMPLE TO SET Setpoint Temperature 1. Press the ON Key. 2. A series of start-up screens will appear. 3. When the unit is ready to run the Standard Display of Box Temperature and Setpoint will appear. 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. 3 MENU 4 1 6 ON OFF SET POINT GAUGES °C 1. Return to the Standard Display. 2. Press the SETPOINT Key on the Standard Display. 3. Press the + or - Keys to change the setpoint reading. 4. Press the YES Key when the desired setpoint is shown. 5. The Standard Display appears with setpoint changed to the new setpoint. 3 SENSORS MENU 2 CURRENT SETPOINT 3C +/- TO CHANGE 3 - + SIMPLE TO DEFROST Initiate Manual Defrost 2 1 ON OFF SET POINT 6 GAUGES °C 3 SENSORS MENU PROGRAMMING DEFROST PLEASE WAIT EXIT 4 SIMPLE TO SET CYCLE-SENTRY or Continuous Run 1 ON 2& 5 OFF SET POINT 3 SET POINT 4 SET POINT 6 GAUGES 6 GAUGES 6 GAUGES °C SENSORS IMPORTANT: As of several years ago, the display no longer shows test at the top of the display to indicate “Cycle Sentry” or “Continuous”. MENU .1 SENSORS °C .1 SENSORS 3 MENU 3 MENU 3. If the unit is in Cycle Sentry, the “Cycle Sentry Icon” will appear in the upper right corner of the display as shown. 4. If the unit is in Continuous the Cycle Sentry Icon will not be present. 5. Pressing the MODE SELECTION Key again will change the unit back to the previous mode. SET POINT 2 GAUGES 6 GAUGES 3 SENSORS MENU 3 MAIN MENU PRETRIP EXIT SELECT 7 BACK NEXT PRETRIP PASS 3 NO SET POINT °C SET POINT 1. 2. 3. 4. 4 4 OK? YES OFF °C GAUGES SENSORS MENU EXIT Clear all alarm codes. Return to the Standard Display. Press the MENU key. Press the NEXT Key as required to show 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. 4 .1 SENSORS MENU NOTE: You must select the YES key within 10 seconds of selecting the new Setpoint, otherwise the change will be cancelled. 1. Return to the Standard Display. 2. Press the MODE SELECTION Key. 3 °C 5 + ON 3 4C +/- TO CHANGE 2 5 NEW SETPOINT WILL BE - 1. Return to the Standard Display. 2. Press the DEFROST Key. 3. A series of defrost screens will appear. 4. The Defrost Display 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. SIMPLE TO CHECK Pretrip Test SIMPLE TO CHECK Gauges 1 ON OFF SET POINT 6 GAUGES °C 3 SENSORS MENU 2 ENGINE RPM 1457 RPM EXIT LOCK BACK NEXT 5 4 3 3 SIMPLE TO ACCESS Sensors 1. Return to the Standard Display. 2. Press the GAUGES Key. 3. Press BACK or NEXT Keys to scroll through 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 15 minutes. Press the key again to unlock the screen. 5. Press the EXIT Key to return to the Standard Display. 1 ON OFF SET POINT 6 GAUGES °C 3 SENSORS MENU 2 ENGINE RPM 1457 RPM EXIT LOCK BACK NEXT 5 4 3 3 SIMPLE TO CHECK Hourmeters 1. Return to the Standard Display. 2. Press the SENSORS Key. 3. Press the BACK or NEXT Keys to scroll through the following sensor screens: 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 1 ON OFF SET POINT 6 °C GAUGES 3 SENSORS MENU 2 TOTAL RUN TIME HOURS 78 EXIT BACK NEXT 1. Return to the Standard Display screen. 2. Press the MENU Key. 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. 3&5 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 for 15 minutes. Press the key again to unlock the screen. 5. Press the EXIT Key to return to the Standard Display. NOTE: For more detailed information on each action, see the Operation chapter in the appropriate unit operating manual.
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