SR-3 Smart Reefer 3 Microprocessor

SR-3 Smart Reefer 3 Microprocessor
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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