HL510-B - Intermotive

HL510-B - Intermotive
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HL510-B
Fast Idle, Lift Interlock,
2009-2016 Ford E Series
Select 2017 Vehicles
Introduction
The HighLock 510-B is a wheelchair lift safety interlock which will only work with the ignition on. It will
enable the lift when certain vehicle safety conditions are met, and will lock the transmission shifter in Park
when the lift door is open and/or the Park Brake is applied. The HighLock 510 also has the Fast Idle option.
The Advanced Fast Idle System (AFIS) elevates engine idle speed in response to a number of triggers in
order to assist electrical or mechanical systems on the vehicle.
Installation Instructions
Disconnect vehicle battery before proceeding with installation.
It is the installer’s responsibility to route and secure all wiring harnesses where they cannot be damaged
by sharp objects, mechanical moving parts and high heat sources. Failure to do so could result in damage
to the system or vehicle and create possible safety concerns for the operator and passengers.
It is important to avoid placing the module where it could encounter strong magnetic fields from high
current cabling connected to motors, solenoids, etc. Also avoid radio frequency energy from antenna’s or
inverters next to the module. Finally, avoid high voltage spikes in vehicle wiring by always using diode
clamped relays when installing upfitter circuits.
HL510 Module
Remove the lower dash panel below the steering column and find a suitable location to mount the module.
Do not mount the module until all wire harnesses are routed and secure. The last step of the installation is
to mount the module. Mount the module is in an area away from any external heat sources (engine heat,
heater ducts, etc.). Route the harnesses so that the tilt steering column does not contact them in the full
down position. When installing the harnesses, leave several inches of take-out in order to remove the
module if necessary.
Data Link Harness Installation
1. Locate the vehicle OBDII Data Link Connector, mounted below the lower left dash panel.
2. Remove the mounting screws for the OBDII connector. Plug the Red connector from
the HL510-B Data Link Harness into the vehicle’s OBDII connector. Ensure the
connection is fully seated and secure with the supplied wire tie.
3. Mount the Black pass through connector from the HL510-B Data Link Harness in the
former location of the vehicle’s OBDII connector.
4. Secure the HL510-B Data Link harness so that it does not hang below the lower dash
panel.
5. Plug the free end of the Data Link harness into the mating 6-pin connector on the
HL510-B module.
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LED Display Panel Mounting—Black 4-pin connector
1. Locate a suitable position on the dashboard within view of the driver to mount the LED Display Panel.
Ensure that there is open space behind the dash where the panel is mounted. The length of the display
harness is 40”, which is the maximum distance the display can be from the HL510 module.
2. Drill a 5/8” hole in the dash where the center of the display will be located.
3. Attach the Black 4-pin connector of the LED Display Panel Harness to the module. Run the other end of
the harness under the dash and out through the 5/8” hole.
4. Attach the end to the LED Display Panel.
5. Ensure the panel is level and secure using supplied screws.
Control Inputs, Output and Lift Inhibit Connections - 12-pin I/O connector
The HL510-B provides three ground side inputs and one ground side output.
Lift Inhibit pin-2: Grounding this input will prevent the module from supplying power on its Wheel
Chair Lift Output pin.
Door Ajar pin-5: (Optional input), connect this wire only if the optional Door Ajar panel is used and an
additional door connection is desired. Insert the green wire (provided with panel) into the connector and
lengthen as needed, using solder, heat shrink and tape. Connect to the door switch so that a ground is
supplied when the door is open.
Transmission-Park pin-9: This output can be used to control upfitter circuits, by providing a ground
when the transmission is in Park. Maximum current draw is 1/2 amp.
Fast Idle– Engage pin-10: This input pin can be connected to a ground side switch to activate Fast Idle.
A 12-pin mating connector is provided along with 5 terminals (two extra). To use any of these inputs/output,
properly crimp a connector terminal provided to the installer supplied wire using the correct crimping tool.
(Molex Part# 11-01-0197), and insert into the correct connector pin housing.
Ensure the terminals are fully seated in the connector. The largest wire that can be used with these
terminals is 16 AWG. Snap this connector into the HL510-B module’s 12-pin connector.
12-pin connector pin out definition
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Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
Pin
#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 -
Not Used
Inhibit input - (GND) to Inhibit Lift
Not Used
Not Used
GREEN Wire (Door Ajar Input) * Optional
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Transmission=PARK (output (GND)
Fast Idle- Engage
Not Used
Not Used
12
11
10
9
6
5
4
3
8
2
7
1
Back of Connector
Mating 12 pin I/O
Connector provided
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Control Inputs, Output and Lift Inhibit Connections (continued)
Lift Connector 4-pin
The HL510-B module provides a 4-pin connector to enable wheel chair lift operation,
the pins are defined as follows:
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Pin #1 - RPM Adjust
Pin #2 - Lift power/Vehicle Secure output (Orange wire), connect to Wheel Chair Lift
to enable operation.
Pin #3 - Lift door input (Gray wire), connect to Lift Door switch, grounded when door
open.
Pin #4 - Lift power input (Yellow wire), connect this to a 12V fused ignition source,
hot in run and crank.
Back of connector
HL510 Mounting Location
Ensure all the harnesses are properly connected and routed, and are not hanging below the dash area.
Mount the module as described on page one and secure using two screws or double sided tape.
Reconnect the vehicle battery
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Post Installation Testing
The following checks must be made after installation of the system, to ensure correct and safe
operation of the lift. If any of the checks do not pass, do not deliver the vehicle. Recheck all
connections as per the installation instructions.
Lift Interlock System Testing
Begin the checklist with the vehicle in the following
state:
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Lift stowed
Lift Door closed
Park Brake set (PB)
Transmission in Park (P)
Ignition off (Key off). Wait until the module goes
into “Sleep” mode (all panel LEDs OFF) which
takes approximately 5 minutes.
Active LEDs
Backlit LEDs
Vehicle Secure Lift Door Park Brake Park Shift Lock
1. Turn ignition key on (to “Run”), verify the module wakes up and all 5 LEDs illuminate for approximately
2 seconds. The lower icon LEDs are backlit and will remain illuminated whenever the module is awake.
2. Verify that the Park LED, the Park Brake LED, and the Shift Lock LED remain illuminated.
3. Attempt to deploy the lift. Verify the lift does not deploy with the Lift Door closed.
4. With key on, Lift Door open, Park Brake set and transmission in Park, all 5 LEDs will be illuminated.
Attempt to deploy the lift. Verify the lift deploys. Stow the lift.
5. With key on, Lift Door open, transmission in Park, release Park Brake. Verify that the Park Brake
(PB) and Vehicle Secure LEDs go out. Attempt to deploy the lift. Verify the lift does not deploy.
6. With key on, Lift Door closed, Park Brake set, attempt to shift the transmission out of Park. Verify
transmission will not shift out of Park.
7. With key on, Lift Door open, Park Brake released, attempt to shift the transmission out of Park. Verify
transmission will not shift out of Park.
8. With key on, Lift Door closed, Park Brake released and the Service Brake applied, verify the
transmission shift lever will shift out of Park.
Door Ajar LED Panel
Perform the same checks as above.
Lift Door/Aux Door (optional)
When an additional door (Aux Door) is open, the Door Ajar
LED will blink on the display panel until the door is closed. If
the Lift Door is open, the Door Ajar LED will stay on steady,
taking priority over the additional door input.
Note: All LEDs are active and there is no display backlighting.
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Post Installation (continued)
Fast Idle
The Fast Idle option has several “auto triggers” that will increase engine RPM. These include low battery
voltage, air conditioner on, engine cold, and external switch input on pin #10 of the 12 Pin connector (I/O
4).
1. Press the Service Brake for 1 second. Fast idle will temporarily disengage anytime the brake pedal is
pushed, but will automatically reengage after approximately 2 seconds once the Service Brake pedal is
released.
2. Shut down the engine and verify that all LED’s turn off, which may take a few minutes. Do not
activate any vehicle controls during this time (windows, mirrors, doors, etc.).
Setting Fast Idle RPM Speeds (900 RPM - 2000 RPM)*
The HL510 has a configurable RPM setting. The default setting is triggered by low battery voltage, air
conditioner On, or external switch inputs. The setting is changed by doing the following procedure:
Default Configuration
1. Momentarily short the two “test” pads together THREE times.
The status LED on the module will flash a 3-3 code (three short
flashes, a pause, and three more short flashes).
2. The vehicle RPM will increase to the currently configured setting.
3. To raise the RPM by 50, momentarily ground pin 1 on the 4-pin
connector until the desired RPM is set.
4. Short the “test” pads ONE more time until no LED’s are lit
on the module.
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HL510-B Operating Instructions
Fast Idle, Lift Interlock,
2009-2016 Ford E Series
Select 2017 Vehicles
Advanced Fast Idle Operation
The Advanced Fast-Idle System (AFIS) option of the HL510-B includes Charge-Protect and Manual engage
modes. Charge-Protect is a feature that maintains vehicle charging system voltage by increasing and controlling
vehicle idle speed when necessary. Whenever charging system voltage falls below a minimum voltage of 12.5V,
this AFIS feature will increase idle speed and maintain fast idle until one of the safety conditions is no longer
met, the user cycles the shift lever or the user manually disengages fast idle. The Charge-Protect and Manual
engage modes also require that all safety conditions are met.
The following safety conditions must be met to engage or maintain Fast Idle operation:
Vehicle NOT moving (speed = 0 MPH).
Service Brake NOT pressed.
Vehicle Transmission Range in Park
RPM inside of safe operating range.
Transmission Fluid Temperature below 250° F.
Engine Coolant Temperature below 230° F.
Fast Idle may be initiated by either a manual or automatic Fast Idle trigger. The AFIS strategy can only command elevated idle when certain safety conditions are met (see above section). Fast Idle operation can be terminated by a safety condition violation. If a Fast Idle operation terminates due to a safety condition violation,
automatic Fast Idle is unavailable until Park is de-asserted and re-asserted. (Shift out of Park and back into
Park). The base Fast Idle RPM level is determined by the type of engine (Gas or Diesel) in the vehicle. For Gas
engine vehicles, the idle speed is 1500 RPM and Diesel applications remain fixed at 1200 RPM.
Manual Fast Idle Start Trigger
Fast Idle Input – ground applied to 8 Pin connector Pin #8 of the HL510-B Module, such as an input from Coach
AC.
Automatic Fast Idle Start Trigger
Charge Protection - Battery voltage less than 12.5V.
Fast Idle Disengagement Triggers
Safety Condition Violation.
Engine Coolant Temperature > 230° F.
Open or battery voltage on 8 Pin connector Pin #8 while in Fast Idle caused by fast idle input.
Transmission Fluid Temperature above 250° F.
Note: Fast idle will temporarily stop anytime the brake pedal is depressed, but will automatically
reengage after approximately 2 seconds once the brake pedal is released.
When additional electrical or A/C loads are in use, engine RPM may drop. The AFIS feature will
then raise the RPM back up to the fast idle speed. When the load is removed, engine RPM will increase. AFIS will then lower the RPM back to the fast idle speed.
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Operating Instructions (continued)
Lift Operation
The Intelligent Lift Interlock System of the HL510-B is a microprocessor driven system for controlling
wheelchair lift operation. Lift operation will only be allowed when all of the following conditions are met:
The vehicle is in “Park”
The parking brake is applied
The vehicle ignition is on
The lift door is open
Lift inhibit is not activated
The HL510-B will not allow the vehicle to be shifted out of park if the lift door is open. As an added feature,
it also will not allow the vehicle to be shifted out of park when the parking brake is applied. This feature
eliminates excessive parking brake wear due to driving with the parking brake applied.
If the vehicle has Daytime Running Lights, they will be activated when the Lift Door is Open
and/or the Park Brake is On and the Ignition key is On.
When the vehicle is first started, or if the key is turned to
the “Run” position, the five upper LED’s (Active), on the display panel will illuminate for 2 seconds as a prove out of the
LED’s. The lower Icon LED’s are backlit and will remain illuminated whenever the HL510-B module is awake. The module will stay awake for several minutes after the ignition is
turned off.
Active LEDs
Backlit LEDs
Vehicle Secure/Lift Power, Lift Door, Park Brake, Park, Shift Lock
Optional Door Ajar Display Panel
LED function and prove out is the same as the Standard
Display Panel, except that all LED’s are active and remain
illuminated whenever the module is awake.
After prove out, the operation of the LED panel is as follows:
Lift Door/Aux Door
Vehicle Secure – Illuminates in Green if the lift is
Vehicle Secure/Lift Power, Park Brake, Park, Shift Lock
enabled. This means that all conditions for lift operation have been met and the lift has been supplied a
vehicle secure signal.
Park Brake – Illuminates in Red when the parking brake is applied.
Park - Illuminates in Red when the vehicle transmission is in the park range.
Lift Door - Illuminates in Red when the lift door is open.
Shift Lock - Illuminates in Red when the lift door is open and/or the parking brake is applied. If illuminated,
the driver will not be allowed to shift out of park.
Confirmation Signal – The vehicle lamps and radio will cycle briefly when the ignition is on and the lift door
is initially closed. This is a confirmation signal sent from the Ford Econoline controller.
All Five Interlock LED’s must be illuminated for the Wheelchair Lift to operate
The HL510-B initializes when the vehicle ignition is on. After the initialization, the HL510-B requests various
vehicle data by sending data request messages across the OEM CAN diagnostic data network and all control
logic is performed. When the HL510-B module has been running and the vehicle ignition is turned to the off
or accessory positions, the module goes into a low current consumption “sleep” mode. This may take up to 5
minutes.
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If the HL510-B fails any step in the Post Installation Test, review the installation instructions and check all connections.
If necessary, call InterMotive Technical Support at (530) 823-1048.
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