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1500/2000 Series

3.0 Customer System Overview


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3.1

Customer Configuration Parameters

Customer configuration parameters are ECU software settings that the customer can change in order to suit
the needs of the specific application. These parameters are changed within the configuration screen in Perkins
Electronic Service Tool (EST). If a customer has more than one engine that should have the same
configuration, the Fleet Configuration option is available in Perkins EST to save the configuration settings to a
file and download the settings to all subsequent engines that are to have the same configuration settings.
Default values for these parameters are set in the factory when the new ECU is flash programmed for the first
time. The customer configuration parameters must be reprogrammed if the ECU is replaced and/or the engine
rating is changed. These parameters do not need to be reprogrammed if the ECU is re-flashed with a latest
version of software flash file.
Refer to the Appendix sections for customer configuration parameters and monitoring system parameters for a
complete list of supported programmable parameters. Further definition of each parameter can be found within
the section of the document that defines a software feature that uses the parameter to support installation or
operation of that specific software feature.
Customer configuration parameters in legacy product that are no longer supported:
Direct Fuel Control Mode
Engine Power Trim
Notes on Programming Parameters
1. Changing parameters protected by factory passwords may void Perkins warranty. Consult ElectropaK
Application Support Center contacts before changing.
2. In order for the programmed values to change, the key switch (switched power only) must be cycled off
and on.
3. If there is an interlock error (personality module mismatch), then the programmed parameters will not
change. It may appear that the parameters are changed, but they will not change until the personality
module mismatch code is cleared.

3.2

Customer Component Overview

ElectropaK engines offer a set of application features that can be specified by the customer to meet the
application operating requirements. Application of these features requires a different set of customer installed
components based on the features selected. Each installation requires the minimum set of customer installed
components listed in Table 1. Customer installed components for application specific features are listed in
Table 2. See the section identified with each component for more information on component usage and
requirements.

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Table 1: Required Customer Installed Components
Required Components

Section

Battery

Power and Grounding Considerations

Battery Disconnect Switch

Power and Grounding Considerations

Key Switch

Power and Grounding Considerations

Warning Lamp
Speed Demand Input

Engine Monitoring and Protection


(1)

Engine Speed Demand


Connectors and Wiring Harness
Requirements
Connectors and Wiring Harness

Engine Service Tool Connector


Customer Interface Connector
(1)

Speed Demand input method selected may require components from the optional component list below.

Table 2: Optional Customer Installed Components


Optional Components

Section

Remote Shutdown Switch

Starting and Stopping the Engine

J1939 Data Link

Data Link Support

J1939 Terminating Resistors

Connectors and Wiring Harness Requirements

Digital Speed Control Switch Enable


Speed Raise/lower Switch
Critical Override Switch
Droop/Isochronous Switch
1500/1800 RPM Speed Selection Switch
PWM Speed Control Input
Speed Control Potentiometer (analogue)
Injection Disable Switch
Fault Resect Switch

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3.2.1 Customer Installed Components Diagram

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3.2.1.1 Connector - engines NOT fitted with an application interface connector
The ECM J1 connector is the only connection between the application harness and the engine system.
The diagram (B), which is not to scale, shows the pin positions of the 70 pin AMP connector when viewed from
the wire entry side.

3.2.1.2 Connector engines fitted with a customer interface connector


The diagram (C), which is not to scale, shows the pin positions of the 40 pin AMP connector when viewed from
the wire entry side.

Wire Side

Colour coding for connection diagrams


Key letter
N
U
R
P
G

Colour
Brown
Blue
Red
Purple
Green

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Y
B
O
K
A

White
Yellow
Black
Orange
Pink
Grey

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3.2.2 OEM Connection Diagram:

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3.2.3 Application Wiring Schematic (all options):

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