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-3B Series

Component Location
Computer Calibration
Diagnostic System Display
Anti-Theft

Computer
Diagnostic
System
Main
Computer ECU

Main Computer and ECU Located at Rear of Cab

Service Diagnostics
Audible
Work Auto Alarm
Mode Mode Off
Travel
Mode

Switches used for access to Service Monitor Display

Service Diagnostics
Auto
Mode

With the starter key in the “On” position and the display mode
readout normal, press the Auto Mode switch for 10 seconds
to display the “Machine Selection Mode” screen.

Computer Reset Procedure


Machine Selection Confirmation
Machine Language
Code Specific Model Code
Designation
Programmable to
14 Languages
MACHINE: SH0300 –4
TERRITORY: 1 LANGUAGE: 1

Territory
Code CONT. P/N KHR2689

For example,
SUMITOMO
selected
Computer
Part #

Computer Reset Procedure


Machine Selection Confirmation
Darkened “?” -4 Signifies –3B
indicates item Series.
is selected.

MACHINE: SH ? –3 Press and hold


TERRITORY: ? LANGUAGE: ? the Auto Mode
switch for 10
seconds to
CONT. P/N KHR2689 clear codes.

To clear all machine selection codes, press the Auto


Mode switch for 10 seconds while in the “Machine
Selection Mode” screen. All codes will change to “?”
and the buzzer will sound. Turn the starter switch key
to “off”, then “on” to recalibrate the computer.

Computer Reset Procedure


Resetting / Clearing Computer Codes
Machine
Codes
SH0300
SH0400
SH0700
MACHINE: SH0300 –4 Press the
SH0800 TERRITORY: ? LANGUAGE: ? Travel Mode
switch to
select the
CONT. P/N KHR2689 corresponding
machine code.

To select the correct machine code, press the


Travel Mode switch repeatedly until the machine
code corresponds with the model number.

*For machines equipped with Uchida pumps.

Computer Reset Procedure


Machine Codes
MACHINE: SH0300 –4
Press the TERRITORY: ? LANGUAGE: ?
Work Mode
switch to select
the next category. CONT. P/N KHR2689

When the correct machine code is entered, press the


Work Mode switch to navigate to the Territory: code.
Repeatedly pressing the Work Mode switch will navigate
through each of the categories.

Computer Reset Procedure


Navigating Codes
Territory
Codes Destination

0 SCM
1 LBX
2 Case NA MACHINE: SH0300 –4 Press the
3 Case EU
TERRITORY: 0 LANGUAGE: ? Travel Mode
4 No Brand switch to
select the
CONT. P/N KHR2689 corresponding
territory code.

To select the correct territory code, press the


Travel Mode switch repeatedly until the
correct territory code is displayed.

Computer Reset Procedure


Territory Codes
MACHINE: SH0300 –4 Press the
TERRITORY: 0 LANGUAGE: ? Work Mode
switch to
select
CONT. P/N KHR2689 the next
category.

When the correct territory code is entered, press the


Work Mode switch to navigate to the Language: code.

Computer Reset Procedure


Navigating Codes
Language
Codes Language

0 Japanese
1 English MACHINE: SH0300 –4 Press the
2 Thai TERRITORY: 0 LANGUAGE: 1 Travel Mode
3 Chinese switch to
4 German select the
5 French CONT. P/N KHR2689 corresponding
6 Italian language code.
7 Spanish
8 Portuguese
9 Dutch To select the correct language
10 Danish code, press the Travel Mode
11 Norwegian switch repeatedly until the
12 Swedish correct language code is
13 Finnish
displayed.
14 Pictorial

Computer Reset Procedure


Language Codes
Press the
Auto Mode
switch to
PAX enter
code
selections.

When the correct codes are entered, press the Auto


Mode switch and the startup logo will be displayed.

Computer Reset Procedure


Error Detection
An error code will
be displayed after
MACHINE: SH0300 –4
TERRITORY: 0 LANGUAGE: 1
pressing the Auto
Mode switch if the
wrong code was
CONT. P/N KHR2689
entered or wrong
ECU installed.
E. CONT. ERROR

After pressing the Auto Mode switch, an error code “E. CONT.ERROR will be
displayed if the machine code does not correspond with the ECM / ECU
(engine control module / engine control unit) - the alarm will sound.

Confirm that the correct machine model code corresponds with the ECM /
ECU. If the wrong ECM / ECU was installed, replace with correct one and
recalibrate computer.

Computer Reset Procedure


Diagnostic System Overview
Current Condition – Displays the current machines conditions.
Diagnostic System – Displays fault codes of current conditions, machines fault histories and
hour when fault occurred.
Machine History – Displays the time of each machine operation.
Reset – Displays the current machines settings and allows to change machine setup.

(A) To scroll between the Normal Display and Service Support screens, press and hold the
Travel Mode and Work Mode switches simultaneously for three seconds.
(B) To scroll between the Current Conditions, Diagnostic System, Machine History and Reset
screens, push the auto mode switch.
(C) To scroll between the CHK screens, DIAG screens and HR screens push the buzzer alarm
stop switch.
(D) Push the Work Mode switch for 10 seconds or more - Machine History data will be cleared
and buzzer will sound.
(E) Push the buzzer alarm stop switch for reset function choice. Push the Travel Mode switch to
set. Push the Work Mode switch for 10 seconds for data reset.
(F) While in CHK2 push the Travel Mode switch to scroll to CHK5. Past TR output will be
displayed if over current has occurred. If fault codes are reset in diagnostic mode, this
information will also be reset.
(G) Self-check of the transistor circuit will start if the one touch idle switch and the ignition switch
are turned on at the same time. (Do not start engine). Self-check result will be displayed
after pushing the Travel Mode switch for 10 seconds while in the CHK5 display.
Diagnostic Mode
NORMAL
DISPLAY
MODE
(A)
SERVICE SUPPORT
(A) Flow Chart
CURRENT DIAGNOSTIC MACHINE RESETTING
CONDITION SYSTEM HISTORY (B)
(B) (B) (B)

CHK1 DIAG1 HR12 HR1


(C) (C) (C) (C)
BRK
(E)

CHK2 DIAG2 HR11 HR2 L/M


(C) (C) (C) (C)
(E)

CHK3 DIAG3 HR10 HR3 AI


(C) (C) (C) (C) (E)

CHK4 DIAG4 HR9 HR4 PA


(C) (C) (C) (C) (E)

DIAG5 HR8 HR5 AU


(C) (C) (C) (E)
CHK5
(F)
DIAG6 HR7 HR6 HLD
(C) (C) (C)
(E)
CHK6
(G)
Current Condition CHK1
CHK MODE 2 H
1 ENG 0 1 0 1 RPM

P1 Mpa I 0 0 0 0 mA

P2 Mpa WT 0 0 0 0 ℃

N Mpa OT 0 0 0 0 ℃

Mode: Selected Travel Mode & Work Mode


P1: Main Pump Pressure (P1)
P2: Main Pump Pressure (P2)
N: Negative Control Pressure Press the Lamp
ENG: Engine RPM switch to toggle
between Metric
I: Proportional Valve Current and Standard
Fan motor Current (when T switch ON) units
WT: Coolant Water Temperature
OT: Hydraulic Oil Temperature
Current Condition CHK2
CHK MODE 2 H
2 TR1 0 1 0 1

R % TR2 0 0 0 0

FT ℃ TR3 0 0 0 0

TV % TR4 0 0 0 0

R: Engine Load Ratio


FT: Fuel Temperature Engine Load Ratio
Boost Temperature ((Q-Qn) / (Qf-Qn))
(when T switch ON) Fuel Flow:
TV: Throttle Volume Q – Current
TR1: Transistor Output
Qn – No Load
TR2: Transistor Output
Qf – Maximum Flow
TR3: Transistor Output
TR4: Transistor Output
Current Condition CHK2

TR1 0 1 0 1

• Swing Brake
• High Speed Travel
• Travel Alarm
• Power-Up
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK2

TR2 0 0 0 0

• Not used
• Not used
• Swing Shut Off
• High dump (SH700/800)
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK2

TR3 0 0 0 0

• Not used
• Engine stop
• Hyd Fan reverse (SH450-800)
• Not used
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK2

TR4 0 0 0 0

• Refuel pump
• Not used
• Not used
• Not used
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK3
CHK MODE 2 H
3 SW4 0 1 0 1

SW1 0 0 0 0 SW5 0 0 0 0

SW2 0 0 0 0 SW6 0 0 0 0

SW3 0 0 0 0 SW7 0 0 0 0

SW1: Switch Input (from sensor)


SW2: Switch Input (from sensor)
SW3: Switch Input (from sensor)
SW4: Switch Input (from switch)
SW5: Switch Input (from switch)
SW6: Switch Input (from switch)
SW7: Switch Input (from switch)
Current Condition CHK3

SW1 0 1 0 1

• Upper Pressure Switch


• Travel Pressure Switch
• Swing Pressure Switch
• Auxiliary Pressure Switch
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK3

SW2 0 0 0 1

• Air Cleaner
• Coolant Switch
• 2nd Auxiliary Pressure Switch
• Boom up Pressure Switch
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK3

SW3 0 0 0 0

• Battery Charge
• Engine Stop
• Not used
• Not used
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK3

SW4 1 0 0 0

• Not used
• Not used
• High Dump (SH700,800)
• One-Touch Idle
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK3

SW5 0 1 0 1

• Swing Rock
• Emergency Stop
• Work Lights
• Windshield Wiper
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK3

SW6 0 1 0 1

• Windshield Washer
• Not used
• Breaker Mode
• Not used
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK3

SW7 0 1 0 1

• Anti-Theft
• Ignition Switch
• Fan Reverse (SH450-800)
• Not used
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK4
CHK MODE 2 H
4 TG 0 0 0 0 RPM

FS 0 0 0 0 OHMS BP 0 0 0 0 MPa

AC 0 0 0 0 SP1 0 0 0 0

TR5 0 0 0 0 SP2 0 0 0 0

FS: Fuel Gauge


AC: A/C Control Temperature
TR5: Engine Oil Pressure
TG: Target Engine rpm
BP: Not used
SP1: Atmospheric Pressure
SP2: Boost Pressure
Current Condition CHK4

AC 0 0 0 4

• 1-Water temp < 30°


• 2-Water temp between 30° and
45°
• 3-Water temp between 45° and
65°
• 4-Water temp between 65° and
75°
Current Condition CHK5
If the fault
CHK MODE 2 H
5 TR1 0 0 0 0 codes are
reset in the
R 0 0 0 0 % TR2 0 0 0 0 Diagnostic
FT 0 0 0 0 ℃ TR3 0 0 0 0 Mode, this
information
TV 0 0 0 0 % TR4 0 0 0 0 will also be
cleared.
While in the CHK2 R: Engine Load Ratio
screen, pressing the FT: Fuel Temperature
Travel Mode switch TV: Throttle Volume
will allow you to view
the CHK5 screen - TR1: Transistor output has detected over current
displays “PAST” TR2: Transistor output has detected over current
output conditions if TR3: Transistor output has detected over current
over current was TR4: Transistor output has detected over current
detected.
Current Condition CHK5

TR1 0 1 0 1

• Swing Brake
• High-Speed Travel
• Travel Alarm
• Power-Up
Transistor Output (0 = No Overload, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK5

TR2 0 0 0 0

• Not used
• Cushion Valve
• Swing Shut Off
• High dump (SH700/800)
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK5

TR3 0 0 0 0

• Not used
• Engine stop
• Hyd Fan reverse (SH450-800)
• Not used
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK5

TR4 0 0 0 0

• Refuel pump
• Not used
• Not used
• Not used
Transistor Output (0 = OFF, 1 = ON)
Current Condition CHK6
CHK MODE 2 H
6 TR1 0 0 0 0

R 0 0 0 0 % TR2 0 0 0 0

FT 0 0 0 0 ℃ TR3 0 0 0 0

TV 0 0 0 0 % TR4 0 0 0 0

Automatic checking If the message If there is no display


for short-circuits in “ELEC. PROBLEM” message and the
output transistors is is displayed, return to audible warning
initialized when the screen CHK5 and device sounds 6
times, this indicates
one-touch idle switch press the Travel there are no defects.
and the starter switch Mode switch for 10
are both actuated seconds. The CHK6
without the engine screen will be
running. displayed and show
any short-circuits.
Current Condition CHK6

TR1 0 1 0 1

• Swing Brake
• High-Speed Travel
• Travel Alarm
• Power-Up
Transistor Output (0 = No Overload, 1 = Overload)
Current Condition CHK6

TR2 0 1 0 1

• Battery Relay
• Cushion Valve On/Off
• Swing Shut Off
• Auto Swing Priority
Transistor Output (0 = No Overload, 1 = Overload)
Current Condition CHK6

TR3 0 0 0 0

• Not used
• Spare 1
• Spare 2
• Spare 3
Transistor Output (0 = No Overload, 1 = Overload)
Current Condition CHK6

TR4 0 0 0 0

• Spare 4
• Spare 5
• Spare 6
• Spare 7
Transistor Output (0 = No Overload, 1 = Overload)
Diagnostic System DIAG1
Current Failure Condition on Engine (code)
DIAG MODE 2 H
1 E 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 0

“E” Engine Fault Codes (Total 55 codes)


E 0000: No Failure
E 0087: No pump pressure send (Fuel leak)
E 0088: Common rail pressure faulty
E 0117: Water temperature sensor faulty (Low voltage)
E 0201: Injection nozzle #1 drive system
E 0335: Crank Sensor faulty
E 0601: Rom faulty
E 1173: Overheat
Diagnostic System DIAG2
Past Failure Condition on Engine (code)
DIAG MODE 2 H
2 E 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 0

“E” Engine Fault Codes (Total 55 codes)


E 0000: No Failure
E 0087: No pump pressure send (Fuel leak)
E 0088: Common rail pressure faulty
E 0117: Water temperature sensor faulty (Low voltage)
E 0201: Injection nozzle #1 drive system
E 0335: Crank Sensor faulty
E 0601: Rom faulty
E 1173: Overheat
Diagnostic System DIAG3
Past Failure Condition on Engine (hours)
DIAG MODE 2 H
3 E 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 0

The hours indicating Past fault codes and Time shown in hours
when the fault occurred hours will be reset / in DIAG3 is computer
will be displayed in the cleared if the Work hours when first
same window as the Mode switch is pressed failure occurred since
fault code displayed in for 10 seconds. data was last reset.
DIAG2.
Diagnostic System DIAG4
Current Failure Condition on Machine (code)
DIAG MODE 2 H
4 M 0 0 0 0

M 0 0 0 0 M 0 0 0 0

M 0 0 0 0 M 0 0 0 0

M 0 0 0 0 M 0 0 0 0

“M” Machine Fault Codes


M 0000: No Failure M 0060: Pressure Sensor (N)
M 0010: Transistor Output Short Circuit M 0070: Ignition Switch
M 0020: Hydraulic Oil Temp Sensor M 0080: Pressure Switch (Upper or Travel)
M 0030: Fuel Sensor M 0090: CAN Communication Error
M 0040: Pressure Sensor (P1) M 00A0: Computer Reset
M 0050: Pressure Sensor (P2) M 00B0: ECU / ECM Matching Error
Diagnostic System DIAG5
Past Failure Condition on Machine (code)
DIAG MODE 2 H
5 M 0 0 0 0

M 0 0 0 0 M 0 0 0 0

M 0 0 0 0 M 0 0 0 0

M 0 0 0 0 M 0 0 0 0

“M” Machine Fault Codes


M 0000: No Failure M 0060: Pressure Sensor (N)
M 0010: Transistor Output Short Circuit M 0070: Ignition Switch
M 0020: Hydraulic Oil Temp Sensor M 0080: Pressure Switch (Upper or Travel)
M 0030: Fuel Sensor M 0090: CAN Communication Error
M 0040: Pressure Sensor (P1) M 00A0: Computer Reset
M 0050: Pressure Sensor (P2) M 00B0: ECU / ECM Matching Error
Diagnostic System DIAG6
Past Failure Condition on Machine (hours)
DIAG MODE 2 H
6 M 0 0 0 0

M 0 0 0 0 M 0 0 0 0

M 0 0 0 0 M 0 0 0 0

M 0 0 0 0 M 0 0 0 0

The hours indicating Past fault codes and Time shown in hours
when the fault occurred hours will be reset / in DIAG6 is computer
will be displayed in the cleared if the Work hours when first
same window as the Mode switch is pressed failure occurred since
fault code displayed in for 10 seconds. data was last reset.
DIAG5.
Machine History HR1
HR MODE 2 H
1 T HR

ENG HR S HR

WRK HR PU HR

U HR BRK HR

ENG: Hour Meter (Engine Running)


WRK: Operating Time (Upper or Travel)
U: Upper Operating Time
T: Travel Operating Time
S: Swing Operating Time
PU: Power-Up Time
BRK: Breaker Operating Time
Machine History HR2
HR MODE 2 H
2 A HR

H HR WT ℃

S HR OT ℃

L HR FT ℃

H: H Mode Operating Time


S: S Mode Operating Time
L: L Mode Operating Time
A: Auto Mode Operating Time
WT: Maximum Coolant Water Temperature
OT: Maximum Hydraulic Oil Temperature
FT: Maximum Fuel Temperature
Machine History HR3
HR MODE 2 H
3 4

1 5

2 6

3 7

1: Computer Power “On” Time


2: Travel Operation Time at Low Speed
3: Travel Operation Time at High Speed
4: Total Travel Operation Time
5: Maintenance Intervals
6: Not used
7: Not used
Machine History HR4
P1 Pressure Distribution (hours)
HR MODE 2 H
4 4

1 5

2 6

3 7

1: P1 time, up to 10 MPa
2: P1 time, from 10 MPa to 15 MPa
3: P1 time, from 15 Mpa to 20 Mpa
4: P1 time, from 20 MPa to 25 MPa
5: P1 time, from 25 MPa to 30 MPa
6: P1 time, from 30 MPa to 35 MPa
7: P1 time, more than 35 MPa
Machine History HR5
P2 Pressure Distribution (hours)
HR MODE 2 H
5 4

1 5

2 6

3 7

1: P2 time, up to 10 MPa
2: P2 time, from 10 MPa to 15 MPa
3: P2 time, from 15 MPa to 20 MPa
4: P2 time, from 20 MPa to 25 MPa
5: P2 time, from 25 MPa to 30 MPa
6: P2 time, from 30 MPa to 35 MPa
7: P2 time, more than 35 MPa
Machine History HR6
Engine Speed (RPM) Distribution (hours)
HR MODE 2 H
6 4

1 5

2 6

3 7

1: Time, up to 1175 rpm


2: Time, from 1175 rpm to 1375 rpm
3: Time, from 1375 rpm to 1575 rpm
4: Time, from 1575 rpm to 1775 rpm
5: Time, from 1775 rpm to 1975 rpm
6: Time, from 1975 rpm to 2175 rpm
7: Time, more than 2175 rpm
Machine History HR7
Water Temperature Distribution (hours)
HR MODE 2 H
7 4

1 5

2 6

3 7

1: Time, up to 77° C (1st and 2nd bars)


2: Time, from 77° C to 82° C (3rd bar)
3: Time, from 82° C to 97° C (4th bar)
4: Time, from 97° C to 100° C (5th bar)
5: Time, from 100° C to 103° C (6th bar)
6: Time, from 103° C to 105° C (7th bar)
7: Time, more than 105° C (8th bar)
Machine History HR8
Hydraulic Oil Temperature Distribution (hours)
HR MODE 2 H
8 4

1 5

2 6

3 7

1: Time, up to 45° C (1st and 2nd bars)


2: Time, from 45° C to 60° C (3rd bar)
3: Time, from 60° C to 80° C (4th bar)
4: Time, from 80° C to 88° C (5th bar)
5: Time, from 88° C to 95° C (6th bar)
6: Time, from 95° C to 98° C (7th bar)
7: Time, more than 98° C (8th bar)
Machine History HR9
Fuel Temperature Distribution (hours)
HR MODE 2 H
9 4

1 5

2 6

3 7

1: Time, up to 30° C
2: Time, from 30° C to 40°
C
3: Time, from 40° C to 50°
C
4: Time, from 50° C to 60°
C
5: Time, from 60° C to 70°
C
6: Time, from 70° C to 80°
Machine History HR10
Load Ratio Distribution (hours)
HR MODE 2 H
10 4

1 5

2 6

3 7

1: Time, up to 30%
2: Time, from 30% to 40%
3: Time, from 40% to 50%
4: Time, from 50% to 60%
5: Time, from 60% to 70%
6: Time, from 70% to 80%
7: Time, more than 80%
Machine History HR11
Load Ratio Distribution at H Mode, High Idle
HR MODE 2 H
11 4

1 5

2 6

3 7

1: Time, up to 30%
2: Time, from 30% to 40%
3: Time, from 40% to 50%
4: Time, from 50% to 60%
5: Time, from 60% to 70%
6: Time, from 70% to 80%
7: Time, more than 80%
Machine History HR12
Load Ratio Distribution at S Mode, High Idle
HR MODE 2 H
12 4

1 5

2 6

3 7

Pressing the Work 1: Time, up to 30%


Mode switch for more 2: Time, from 30% to 40%
than 10 seconds will 3: Time, from 40% to 50%
erase all data in HR1
to HR12 Machine 4: Time, from 50% to 60%
History. 5: Time, from 60% to 70%
6: Time, from 70% to 80%
7: Time, more than 80%
Reset RST1
RST MODE 2 H
1 PA

BRK RPM AU

L/M RPM HLD

AI SEC OUT

BRK: Engine Set Speed for Breaker Mode


L/M:Engine Set Speed for Material Handling Mode
AI:
Auto-Idle Setting Time (from 1 to 30 seconds)
PA:Pump Power Adjustment (0 is without, 1 is with)
Engine Protection Feature (0 is ON, 1 is OFF)
AU: Auto Power-Up (0 is with, 1 is without)
HLD: Previous Data Holding (0 is with, 1 is without)
OUT: Oil pressure drive fan inspection
Reset RST1
Engine Set Speed for Hammer Mode
RST MODE 2 H
1 PA

BRK RPM AU

L/M RPM HLD

AI SEC OUT

Press the buzzer alarm Monitor will display Turn the ignition
stop switch to select actual engine speed. switch to “off” then
BRK. To set engine Press the Work Mode back to “on”. Confirm
speed for Hammer switch for 10 seconds the engine RPM
Mode, start engine and to select the displayed setting in CHK1
adjust engine speed engine RPM. The section after
with throttle volume. buzzer will sound to activating the
notify that the hammer function.
procedure is finished.
Reset RST1
Engine Set Speed for Material Handling Mode
RST MODE 2 H
1 PA

BRK RPM AU

L/M RPM HLD

AI SEC OUT

Press the buzzer alarm Monitor will display Turn the ignition
stop switch to select actual engine speed. switch to “off” then
L/M (Lift/Magnet). To Press the Work Mode back to “on”. Confirm
set engine speed to switch for 10 seconds the engine RPM
2000 rpm for Material to select the displayed setting in CHK1.
Handling Mode, start engine RPM. The
engine and adjust buzzer will sound to
engine speed with notify that the
throttle volume. procedure is finished.
Reset RST1
Auto-Idle Time Set
RST MODE 2 H
1 PA

BRK RPM AU

L/M RPM HLD

AI SEC OUT

Press the buzzer alarm The number increases The buzzer alarm will
stop switch to select AI. by one second every sound to notify that
To set the auto-idle time the switch is the procedure is
timer between 1 & 30 pressed. To save this finished. Turn the
seconds, press the data, press and hold ignition switch “off”,
Travel Mode switch the Work Mode switch then “on”.
until the number for 10 seconds.
changes to your
selection.
Reset RST1
Pump Power Set (Altitude Compensation)
RST MODE 2 H
1 PA

BRK RPM AU

L/M RPM HLD

AI SEC OUT

Press the buzzer alarm The number changes The buzzer alarm will
stop switch to select PA. from 0 to 3 each time sound to notify that
To set the Pump Power the switch is pressed. the procedure is
Set to low pump mode, To save this data, finished. Turn the
press the Travel Mode press and hold the ignition switch “off”,
switch until the number Work Mode switch for then “on”.
changes. 10 seconds.

PA: 0 = Normal Mode PA: 2 = -150mA


PA: 1 = -100mA PA: 3 = -200mA
Reset RST1
Automatic Power-Up Set
RST MODE 2 H
1 PA

BRK RPM AU

L/M RPM HLD

AI SEC OUT

Press the buzzer alarm The number changes The buzzer alarm will
stop switch to select from 0 to 1 each time sound to notify that
AU. To change the the switch is pressed. the procedure is
Automatic Power-Up To save this data, finished. Turn the
setting, press the press and hold the ignition switch “off”,
Travel Mode switch Work Mode switch for then “on”.
until the number 10 seconds.
changes to 0 or 1.
Reset RST1
Previous Data Holding (continued)

AU 0 0 1 1

• Automatic Power up
• Engine protection Feature
• Not used
• Not used
0 = ON
1 = OFF
Reset RST1
Previous Data Holding
RST MODE 2 H
1 PA

BRK RPM AU

L/M RPM HLD

AI SEC OUT

Press the buzzer alarm The number changes The buzzer alarm will
stop switch to select from 0 to 1 each time sound to notify that
HLD. To set the the switch is pressed. the procedure is
Previous Data Holding To save this data, finished. Turn the
feature, press the press and hold the ignition switch “off”,
Travel Mode switch Work Mode switch for then “on”.
until the numbers 10 seconds.
change to the
predetermined value
for each column.
Reset RST1
Previous Data Holding (continued)

HLD 0 0 1 1

• Auto Mode
• Work Mode
• Travel Mode
• Not used
Auto, Work & Travel Modes
0 = Clear Data
1 = Hold Previous Data
Reset RST1
Previous Data Holding (continued)
Function setting for SH Series Excavators

Default Setting Memory Setting

1 Work Mode H S L ON OFF


Memory : OFF -- back to "H" mode anytime after restart
Q series : Default setting is "S" mode.

2 Auto Mode ON OFF ON OFF Default : OFF -- "H" mode is default setting for work mode.
(one of work mode) Memory : ON -- Once "Auto Mode" is selected, it remains "Auto" mode until w ork mode is changed.
Q series : Quantum does not have this feature.

3 Travel Speed LO HI ON OFF Default : LO -- Should be "LO" speed for safety.


Memory : OFF -- Should be returned to "LO" speed at anytime for safety.
Q series : Default setting is "MID" speed same as X1's "LO" speed.

4 Cushion Control ON OFF ON OFF Default : ON -- For better controllability.


(for boom & arm) Memory : OFF -- Keep better controllability at anytime.
Q series : Default setting is cushion "ON".

5 Free Swing ON OFF ON OFF Default : OFF -- Should be "OFF" for safety.
Memory : OFF -- Should be returned to "OFF" at anytime for safety.
Q series : Default setting is "OFF" .

6 Engine Idle Control AUTO One touch ON OFF Default : One touch idle.
Memory : ON.
Q series : Default setting is "One touch idle" .

Notice;
1) Memory setting for #1 to #3 functions can be changed at field by customer request.
2) Memory setting for #4 and #5 functions can not be changed at field.
Reset RST1
External Computer Communication Status
RST MODE 2 H
1 PA

BRK RPM AU

L/M RPM HLD

AI SEC OUT

Press the buzzer alarm The number changes The buzzer alarm will
stop switch to select from 0 to 1 each time sound to notify that
OUT. To set the the Travel Mode switch the procedure is
External Computer is pressed. To save this finished. Turn the
Communication Status data, press and hold ignition switch “off”,
feature, press the the Work Mode switch then “on”.
Travel Mode switch for 10 seconds.
until the number
changes to 0 or 1. 0 = Waiting for Communication
1 = Executing
Reset RST2
Service Due Interval Change
RST MODE 2 H
2 4

1 465 5

2 500 6

3 7

Item #1 displays the To change the main- To reset the “Service


remaining time until the tenance interval, press Due” reminder, press
“Service Due” reminder the Travel switch to toggle and hold the Alarm
is activated. between 50, 250, 500, Stop switch for 20
1000, 2000 and 5000 seconds when in the
Item #2 displays the hour settings. Press and normal work mode of
maintenance interval. hold the Work Mode the display.
switch for 10 seconds to
set the interval.
Anti-Theft
Initializing the System

To activate anti-theft,
wires V/G 469 and
B/G 621 must be
connected. These
wires are located
behind the radio.
Machines shipping
from the factory will
not have these wires
connected.

V/G 649 B/G 621


Anti-Theft
Initializing the System
PASSWORD ?

0 0 0

After connecting the When the ignition A security code must


anti-theft wires, the starter switch is turned be entered using the
system will be activated. to “on”, the above following procedure.
pictured Password
screen will be
displayed.
Anti-Theft
Initializing the System
PASSWORD ?

1 0 0 0

Press the Travel Mode Pressing the Travel When the correct
switch to select the first Mode switch digit has been
digit of the security repeatedly will scroll selected, press the
code. through digits 0 – 9. Work Mode switch to
navigate to the next
code number.
Anti-Theft
Initializing the System
PASSWORD ?

1 1 2 5

Repeat the process After selecting the last Turn the ignition key
until all security code digit, press the Auto switch “off”.
digits have been Mode switch. The
entered. alarm will sound to
indicate the security
code has been
accepted.
Anti-Theft
Activating the System

Anti-theft has to be To activate anti-theft, The buzzer alarm will


activated by the turn the ignition key sound to indicate the
operator prior to from “on” to “off” two system is activated.
shutdown. If not times within two
needed, the system seconds.
does not have to be
activated.
Anti-Theft
Startup
PASSWORD ?

0 0 0

At startup, turn the Pressing the Travel Repeat the process


ignition starter key to Mode switch until all digits have
the “on” position. Press repeatedly will scroll been entered. The
the Travel Mode switch through digits 0 – 9. monitor will
to select the first digit of When the correct digit automatically scroll to
the security code. has been selected, the normal display
press the Work Mode screen if the correct
switch to navigate to code is entered. Start
the next code number. the engine.
Anti-Theft
ERROR
PASSWORD

1 1 2 8
ERROR

If the wrong security If the security code is Reconnect the anti-


code is entered, an forgotten, turn ignition theft wires and re-
Error message will be starter key “off” and program the system
displayed. Start the disconnect anti-theft using the previously
procedure over, wires (V/G 469 & B/G described procedure.
entering the correct 621. Disconnecting
code. these wires will
deactivate anti-theft.
Anti-Theft
Activated and Alarmed
PASSWORD

1 1 2 8
ERROR

If the ignition starter If the engine is started If the attachment or


key switch is turned to without entering the travel functions are
the “start” position security code, the: activated hard, the
without entering the Travel Alarm will sound; engine will stall. It is
security code (or Swing Lock will apply; possible to activate
entering wrong code), these functions
the engine will start. Engine rpm is fixed at idle. slowly.