FIRE PUMP CONTROLLER DIESEL ENGINE

FIRE PUMP CONTROLLER DIESEL ENGINE

Use [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] to select the [ENGINE TYPE] from the Main Menu (section 4.0). Push [→] to activate the menu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engine type selection

Instructions

 

ENGINE:

 

CONVENTIONAL

 

UP( F4) –NEXT

DOWN (F5) – PREVIUS

LEFT (F2) – EXIT OR SAVE

 

 

 

  SAVE?

  [←] YES             NO [→]

 

 

 

 

A) - Use the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] to select the type of engine of option that matches your application.

 

B) - Push the [←] to open the confirmation page.

C) - Push the [←] to save the configuration (or push [→] to exit without saving).

 

NOTE - After saving, we recommend that you remove the battery supply for a few seconds. When you reconnect the supply verify the initial page on the display: a welcome message should indicate the model or the option you saved in the memory.

 

NOTE: the term [CONVENTIONAL ] stand for standard engine without ECU (in other words without CANbus).

 

Table 12.0    List of engine types  (the list is subject to change without prior notice)

[ 1 ]

Conventional

 

[ 9 ]

Perkins '03 '08

 

[ 17 ]

Iveco Vector

[ 2 ]

Standard J1939

[ 10 ]

Perkins 1100

[ 18 ]

MTU

[ 3 ]

Volvo EDC3

[ 11 ]

Cummins 850

[ 19 ]

Kubota

[ 4 ]

Volvo EDC4

[ 12 ]

Cummins PCC13XX

[ 20 ]

Isuzu

[ 5 ]

Volvo EMS2

[ 13 ]

Deutz EMR2

[ 21 ]

Yanmar

[ 6 ]

Scania EMS

[ 14 ]

Deutz EMR3

[ 22 ]

Daimler Chrysler

[ 7 ]

Scania EMS2

[ 15 ]

Detroit Diesel

[ 23 ]

Not used

[ 8 ]

John Deere

[ 16 ]

Iveco Cursor

[ 24 ]

Not used

 

(^) [CONVENTIONAL]: the Be126 disables all circuits and software of the Can bus port. You are required to configure properly the analogue and digital inputs in a way to protect the engine. To display Oil Pressure, Coolant Temperature and Fuel Level, you are required to program at least an alarm on the settings. If you program all alarms to ‘OFF’, the Be126 will automatically configure the inputs as digital and the display will not indicate the engine instruments.