Addition to the instruction manual, JetCat P20-SE

Addition to the instruction manual, JetCat P20-SE
Addition to the instruction manual, JetCat P20-SE
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Addition to the instruction manual, JetCat P20-SE
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Addition to the instruction manual, JetCat P20-SE
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Addition to the instruction manual, JetCat P20-SE
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Features of the P20-SE / addition to the instruction
manual:
Switch on of ECU without receiver connection: Press the pushbutton on the ECU for
about 5 sec. by using a ball-pen or something similar. ECU will auto power off after 60
sec. inactivity or by pressing “Manual & Run” keys simultaneously on GSU.
If the ECU was powered up with the transmitter off (=no Servosignal), the ECU power
down is also delayed by 60 sec. Use “Ignition & Run” keys to turn off ECU instantly.
It is not necessary to keep the receiver switched on until the end of the cooling cycle.
The ECU is monitoring the cooling sequence and switches off itself automatic after
finishing cooling.
There is no more intermittent action of the starter motor during the cooling
sequence anymore. The starter motor runs at a constant speed during cooling.
There is no need to adjust the pump start voltage anymore.
Automatic detection and display of the connected pump by the ECU.
There are three new off conditions added:
o “Wrong Pmp” -wrong pump type.
Pump type ”B” (Art.Nr. 61107-20) is required for P20-SE operation.
o “No Pump!” – no pump connected or broken.
Pump cable not connected.
o “Over Curr” – to high current into the engine.
Current to high. Starter jammed.
Glow-plug broken or shorted.
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Important
The fuel and propane filters must be placed between the valve block and fuel pump.
Because of the small inner diameters little particles can damage valve and turbine.
To absorb small pressure pulses generated by the action of the gear pump, the length
of the fuel tube on the pressure side must be longer than 110 cm!
Never remove the closing plugs from the valve block.
Purge fuel system before first use. Switch to the menu “Test Function” and then to
“ Purge FuelSystem”. Remove the fuel tube from the turbine and press “Cange Value”
button. After purging the system reconnect the tube to the engine.
If the engine stops accelerating when switching from propane to kerosene probably
the pump is clogging. After a long time not being used, the fuel pump might stick. To
resolve this remove the fuel tube from the engine and go to Test Functions menu /
“Purge FuelSystem “ and let the pump run for 2 or 3 minutes with maximum power
(=cycle fuel). This should resolve the problem.
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