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PMCI-2

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1. PMCI-2 CUSTOMER PARAMETERS

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INTRODUCTION

Customer parameters Customer parameters are the settings of an electronic system. The customer parameters permit adapting control functions of a system to the customer's particular wishes and/or needs within certain limits. The customer parameters are stored in a list in the memory of the electronic unit. Customer parameters can be modified using the programming feature of DAVIE. Programming using DAVIE is only possible if the logged-in user has been registered as a 'Master Technician'.

NOTE: Erroneous settings of customer parameters may affect the action of control functions to such an extent that they function erratically or not at all. After modification of the settings, the (modified) customer parameters must be stored in the electronic unit using the programming function in the customer parameter overview.

the programming function in the customer parameter overview. Customer parameter names and codes Each customer parameter

Customer parameter names and codes Each customer parameter in a system has its own name and code. The following explanation of the customer parameters includes only the codes. The availability of a customer parameter in a system depends on the programmed software in the electronic unit. The programmed software depends on the vehicle configuration/ identity card data.

Standard values Standard values, options and setting ranges may vary according to the software variants of DAVIE and the system. This is why they have not been included in the following explanation of the customer parameters.

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Cruise offset speed below or above maximum vehicle speed cannot be changed by a mechanic; the parameter will be calculated automatically from the maximum CC speed and Vmax.

           

Disabled = PTO target speed function is switched off

 
 

Maximum val- ue to be set:

km/h

mph

km/h

mph

 

km/h

80

mph

59

km/h

30

mph

19

2000 rpm

 

Equal to or

lower than the

value of 2-14

Equal to or

lower than the

value of 2-14

161

100

169

105

km/h

8

mph

5

Dependencies:

Minimum val- ue to be set:

0 km/h

mph

40 km/h

25 mph

-8 km/h

-5 mph

km/h

mph

0 km/h

mph

Idle speed

 

rpm

Idle speed

 

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Explanation

Settings relating to '2.9.2.1 Cruise control conditions'

Setting of the maximum vehicle speed (Vmax)

Maximum cruise control speed

Cruise offset speed below or above maximum vehicle speed

Settings relating to 'Power take off conditions'

Setting of the maximum vehicle speed at which driving is pos-

sible in the 'PTO' control function.

Setting of the PTO disable speed

Settings relating to 'Power take off engine speed'

Setting of the maximum engine speed in the 'PTO speed con-

trol' control function.

Setting of the minimum engine speed in the 'PTO speed con-

trol' control function.

Setting of the PTO target speed

Settings relating to 'Engine speed control conditions'

PMCI-2 cus-

tomer pa-

rameter

code

Group 1

2-02

2-12

2-44

Group 2

2-11

2-49

Group 3

2-14

2-15

2-22

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'Not active'

The parking brake is ignored.

The PTO speed control function is switched off as soon as the parking brake is put in the driving position. PTO speed control cannot be switched on if the parking brake is engaged.

'Active'

 

'Disabled'

The PTO speed control function does not control fan activation.

'Enabled'

The PTO speed control function controls the activation of the fan.

     

This value is calculated by the PMCI-2 ECU

This value is calculated by the PMCI-2 ECU

 

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Maximum val- ue to be set:

   

78.7 inch

 

rev/mile

1000 rev/km

inch

655.35 cm

197.8 inch

 

m

621

258

m

2

5

Dependencies:

Minimum val- ue to be set:

   

19.7 inch

 

rev/mile

rev/km

 

0.01 cm

39.4 inch

 

0.5 m

124

200

0 inch

1 m

Explanation

Setting of the parking brake as an activating and deactivating condition for the 'engine speed control' control function.

 

Settings relating to 'Fan clutch control conditions'

Turns the fan on with the PTO speed control function enabled

Settings relating to 'Tyre circumference'

Diameter of the drive tyres

Number of tyre revolutions per kilometre distance travelled by the vehicle.

Circumference of the tyre.

Value of tyre circumference used for vehicle speed calculation.

PMCI-2 cus-

tomer pa-

rameter

code

2-32

Group 5

2-75

Group 5

2-76

2-77

2-78

2-79

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