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R1600H Underground Loader


Operator's Station and Monitoring System
Module 1 - Text Reference

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Briefing��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3
Purpose����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4
Reason������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
Competency statement����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 6
Learning outcomes������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 7
INTRODUCTION������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8
OPERATOR’S STATION CONTROLS���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
STEERING CONTROL���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������11
TRANSMISSION SHIFTING����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 12
FUSE AND RELAY PANEL�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
HVAC CONTROLS�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 14
KEYPADS���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15
MACHINE ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM������������������������������������������������������������������������ 17
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER LED INDICATORS�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 20
MONITOR Display������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 22
MAIN MENU������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 24
DISPLAY SETTINGS MENU����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 25
SERVICE MENU����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 27
Service Menu - Diagnostics������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 28
Diagnostic/Events Screen Layout������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 30
SERVICE MENU - SYSTEMS INFORMATION������������������������������������������������������������������������� 31
Machine Status Menu�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 33
MACHINE STATUS MENU - ENGINE PARAMETERS������������������������������������������������������������� 34
MACHINE STATUS MENU - TRANSMISSION PARAMETERS������������������������������������������������ 35
Purpose review������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 36
Reason review�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 37
Competency Statement review������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 38
Learning Outcomes Review������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 39
Module Conclusion���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 40

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Safety Briefing
• Emergency Phone Numbers
• First Aid Responders
• Location of Exits
• Location of Fire Extinguisher
• Room Alerts or Hazards
• Designated Location for Evacuation
• Storm Shelter
• Hazardous Material

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Safety Briefing

Before beginning this module, the following topics will be reviewed:


• Emergency Phone Numbers
• First Aid Responders
• Location of Exits
• Location of Fire Extinguisher
• Room Alerts or Hazards
• Designated Location for Evacuation
• Storm Shelter
• Hazardous Material

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PURPOSE

This module is designed to ensure participants


can locate and identify the function of all machine
operation controls in the operator’s station and identify
the information displayed by the monitoring system
gauges, indicators, and menus.

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Purpose

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REASON

This training is necessary for participants to be able to


locate and identify the function of all machine operation
controls in the operator’s station, to be able to test all
machine functions for proper operation, and to be able
to identify the information displayed by the monitoring
system gauges, indicators, and menus in order to
diagnose machines issues.

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Reason

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COMPETENCY Statement

At the completion of this module, participants will be


able to locate and identify the function of all machine
operation controls and identify the information
displayed by the monitoring system gauges, indicators,
and menus using the lab sheets for this module.

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Competency statement

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

You will meet the following learning outcomes during


this Operator’s Station and Monitoring System module
of the R1600H Underground Loader course:
• Locate and identify the function of all machine operation
controls, switches, and buttons in the operator’s station.
• Locate and identify all information displayed by the
monitoring system gauges and indicators.
• Access the monitoring system operational menus and
identify the service information displayed.

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Learning outcomes

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INTRODUCTION

• Identify the components in the This illustration shows the following components in the operator’s station:
operator’s station. • Steering and Transmission Integrated Control (STIC) lever (1)
• Transmission neutralizer and service brake pedal (2)
• Service brake pedal (3)
• Throttle pedal (4)
• Instrument cluster (5)
• Monitor display (6)
• Switch panel (7)
• Keypads (8)
• Joystick (9)
• Cat ET service connector (10)

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OPERATOR’S STATION CONTROLS

• Identify the controls in the The operator’s station in the R1600H Underground Loader includes the Monitoring
operator’s station. System. The Monitoring System is an electronic monitoring system that
continuously monitors machine systems. The system consists of an instrument
cluster (1) and monitor display (2).

The monitoring system is designed to alert the operator of an immediate or an


impending problem in one or more of the machine systems.

The monitoring system will perform a power-up sequence self-test during engine
start-up. The power-up sequence will include a functional test of the system. The
tachometer needle and gauge needles sweep to the right and to the left. The gauge
needles then sweep to the final position. The indicators will come on for 3 seconds
to verify the system. The action alarm will sound until the end of the self test, or
until the engine is started..

The key start switch (3) is used to turn the electrical system on and to start the
engine.

The joystick (4) controls the lift arms (raise and lower) and bucket (dump and
tilt back) functions. Pulling the joystick back raises the lift arms and pushing the
joystick forward lowers the lift arms. The joystick is also used to control the bucket
by moving the joystick to the left for tilt back and to the right for dump.

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The parking brake control switch (5) is used to engage or release the parking
brake. The parking brake control is a push-pull type switch.

The window wiper and washer switch (6) and the autoshift switch (7) are also
located on the switch panel.

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STEERING CONTROL

• Identify the steering control Steering is controlled by the STIC lever (1). The steering and transmission lock
components. lever (2) is used to lock the transmission in neutral and disable the steering. When
the steering and transmission lock lever is moved towards the STIC steering
control lever (top view), the lock is engaged, the steering is disabled, and the
transmission shifts into neutral. When the lock lever is moved away from the STIC
steering control lever (bottom view), the transmission will not shift into a speed until
the transmission direction control switch is first moved to the NEUTRAL position.

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TRANSMISSION SHIFTING

• Identify the transmission shifting The autoshift control switch (1) controls manual and automatic transmission
controls and explain automatic shifting. In the manual mode the autoshift control switch is turned to the left.
and manual shifting. Pressing the transmission upshift switch (2) causes the transmission to shift into
the next highest gear. Pressing the transmission downshift switch (3) causes the
transmission to shift into the next lowest gear.

In the automatic mode the operator can select the highest desired operating speed
from the options on the transmission autoshift control switch. The electronically
controlled transmission system selects the proper transmission gear according to
the ground speed of the machine.

The downshift switch is active in all gears. The downshift switch can cause
transmission downshifts at machine speeds that are higher than normal. Pressing
and releasing the downshift switch will cause a downshift of one gear. The
downshift will only occur if the machine speed and the engine speed will not result
in an engine overspeed condition. Pressing and holding the downshift switch will
cause the transmission to continue to downshift as the machine speed decreases.
The transmission will remain in the downshifted gear for three seconds after the
downshift switch is released, then automatic shifting is resumed.

To activate the autoshift function, the autoshift control switch is turned to a selected
gear speed. The transmission will automatically shift from first gear through to
only the selected gear. As the machine slows, the transmission will automatically
downshift.
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FUSE AND RELAY PANEL

• Identify the fuse and relay panel The fuse and relay panel is located under the right side armrest. Identification of
connectors. the fuses, circuit breakers, and relays can be found in the Operation and
Maintenance Manual (SEBU8317).

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HVAC CONTROLS

• Identify the HVAC controls. The HVAC controls are located above the window on the right side of the cab,
which faces the rear of the machine. The fan speed switch (1) operates the
three-speed blower fan motor for heating and air conditioning. The knob may be
turned between the OFF position (left) and the THIRD speed position (right).

The air conditioning control knob (2) is used to control the air conditioner
temperature. The knob may be turned between the MINIMUM position (left) and the
MAXIMUM position (right).

The heating control knob (3), if equipped, is used to control the heater temperature.
The knob may be turned between the MINIMUM position (right) and the MAXIMUM
position (left).

The air conditioning and heating system can perform four functions: heating,
cooling, pressurizing, and defogging.

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KEYPADS

• Identify the keypad buttons. The keypads, located to the right of the monitor display, communicate with the
Power Train and Machine Electronic Control Modules (ECMs) over the CAN Data
Link. The keypad buttons perform the following functions:
• Transmission neutralizer button (1): Will allow the operator to disable or
change the mode of the neutralizer. The transmission neutralizer will enable
at the next start-up cycle. Press the transmission neutralizer button to disable
the transmission neutralizer. Depressing the left service brake pedal will
not neutralize the transmission. The indicator light above the button will be
illuminated when the transmission neutralizer is disabled.
• Information button (2): Allows the operator to change the ground speed
(miles or km) in the display screen of the instrument cluster.
• Lift arm positioner button (3): Will allow the operator to activate the lift
arm positioner. The lift arm positioner system returns the lift arm to a preset
height when the lift arm is lowered. The indicator light above the button will be
illuminated when the lift arm positioner is enabled.
• Remote/autonomous control button (4) (if equipped): Will allow the
operator to activate the remote control system or autonomous system.
• Torque converter lockup clutch button (5): Will allow the operator to enable
or disable the torque converter lockup clutch when the operator presses the
torque converter button on the keypad. The indicator light above the button will
be illuminated when the lockup clutch is disabled.

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• High beam select button (6): Press and hold for 3 seconds to turn on AUTO
high beam. Press and release to turn on MANUAL high beam. In AUTO mode,
the high beams will turn on and off based on the position of the transmission
direction control switch. When in the AUTO mode, high beams are
automatically turned on for the selected direction, and the high beam turned off
in the other direction. When the transmission is in NEUTRAL, the high beams
will be on in both directions. In MANUAL mode, the high beams will be on in
both directions regardless of the position of the transmission direction control.
When in high beam, pressing and releasing the button will turn off the high
beams entirely, regardless of the state prior to AUTO high beam.
NOTE: AUTO mode for the high beams only works if the low beams are on.
• Ride control button (7) (if equipped): Push the button and release the button
to enable the automatic ride control. Push the button again to disable the
ride control. The indicator light above the button will be illuminated when ride
control is enabled. The system will be in the AUTO mode at the next start-up
cycle. Pushing and holding the button enables the service mode function of the
ride control.
NOTE: Enabling the service mode requires the parking brake to be
engaged. Releasing the parking brake will disable the service mode.
• Front lights button (8): Push the button and release the button to turn on
the front lights and the tail light (if equipped). Push the button and release
the button to turn off the lights. The indicator light above the button will be
illuminated when the front lights are on.
• Rear lights button (9): Push the button and release the button to turn on the
rear lights. Push the button and release the button to turn off the rear lights.
The indicator light above the button will be illuminated when the rear lights are
on.

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MACHINE ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM


Keypad 2 (3)

Instrument
Cluster (2)
CAN Data Link (4)
Machine ECM (5)
Cat Data Link (8)
INPUT COMPONENTS

Key Start Switch (9)

Primary Steering Flow Switch (10)


Power Train Engine Monitor
Secondary Steering Flow Switch (11) ECM (6) ECM (7) Display (1)

Rear Axle Oil Temperature Sensor (12)


OUTPUT COMPONENTS
Front Axle Oil Temperature Sensor (13)
Hydraulic Oil Temperature Sensor (14) Ride Control Solenoid (24)

Hydraulic Oil Level Sensor (15)


Lift Arm Positioner Solenoid (25)
Front Axle Oil Pressure Sensor (16)
Rear Axle Oil Pressure Sensor (17) Automation Hydraulic Oil Level Relay Output (26)
(if equipped)
PCS Lift Arm Position Sensor (18)
Rear High Beam Light (27)
PCS Lift Cylinder Pressure Sensor(19)
Front High Beam Light (28)
Rear Axle Oil Filter Bypass Switch (20)

Front Axle Oil Filter Bypass Switch (21) Front Low Beam Light (29)

Lift Arm Positioner Switch (22)


Rear Low Beam Light (30)
Fuel Level Sender (23)

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MACHINE ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM

• Identify the machine electronic The Machine Electronic Control System in the R1600H Underground Loader
control system components. monitors all the machine systems and conveys the machine status to the operator
via the monitor display (1) and the Instrument Cluster (2). Electronic components
are controlled or monitored by Electronic Control Modules (ECMs) on the machine,
which communicate and share information with each other, as well as with the
monitor display, instrument cluster, and keypad 2 (3) over the CAN Data Link (4).
The Machine ECM (5), Power Train ECM (6), Engine ECM (7) and monitor display
also communicate over the Cat Data Link (8).

ECMs with the same part number are assigned a location code. This location code
tells the ECM what functions will be performed. The location code is enabled by
grounding pin 26 and pin 32 on the J1 connector. The ECMs can be flashed with a
file that is not correct for the location code.

The Machine ECM input components are:


• Key start switch (9): The Machine ECM detects the status of the key start
switch for key off functions.
• Primary steering flow switch (10): Communicates with the Machine ECM
and signals the ECM when there is no primary steering oil flow.
• Secondary steering flow switch (11): Communicates with the Machine ECM
and signals the ECM when there is no secondary steering oil flow.

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• Rear axle oil temperature sensor (12): Communicates with the Machine
ECM to report axle oil temperatures in the rear axle housing. An action lamp
illuminates on the instrument cluster and a pop-up display will appear on the
monitor display if high axle temperatures are reported.
• Front axle oil temperature sensor (13): Communicates with the Machine
ECM to report axle oil temperatures in the front axle housing. An action lamp
illuminates on the instrument cluster and a pop-up display will appear on the
monitor display if high axle temperatures are reported.
• Hydraulic oil temperature sensor (14): Communicates with the Machine
ECM indicating hydraulic oil tank temperature. The temperature will be
displayed on the instrument cluster.
• Hydraulic oil level sensor (15): Communicates with the Machine ECM to
report low oil level in the hydraulic oil tank. An action lamp illuminates on the
instrument cluster and a pop-up display will appear on the monitor display if
low oil level is detected.
• Front axle oil pressure sensor (16): Communicates with the Machine
ECM to report low front axle oil pressure. An action lamp illuminates on the
instrument cluster and a pop-up display will appear on the monitor display.
• Rear axle oil pressure sensor (17): Communicates with the Machine ECM to
report low rear axle oil pressure. An action lamp illuminates on the instrument
cluster and a pop-up display will appear on the monitor display.
• Payload Control System (PCS) lift arm position sensor (18) (if equipped):
Communicates with the Machine ECM to indicate the lift arm position. The
position is used in combination with the lift cylinder pressure to calculate
payload weight.
• PCS lift cylinder pressure sensor (19) (if equipped): Communicates with
the Machine ECM with information on the lift cylinder pressure. The pressure is
used in combination with the lift arm position to calculate payload weight.
• Rear axle oil filter bypass switch (20): Communicates with the Machine
ECM to report a restricted rear axle oil filter. An action lamp illuminates on the
instrument cluster and a pop-up display will appear on the monitor display.
• Front axle oil filter bypass switch (21): Communicates with the Machine
ECM to report a restricted front axle oil filter. An action lamp illuminates on the
instrument cluster and a pop-up display will appear on the monitor display.
• Lift arm positioner switch (22): Communicates with the Machine ECM to
energize the lift arm positioner solenoid when the switch is turned on.
• Fuel level sender (23): Communicates with the Machine ECM to indicate the
fuel level in the tank.

The Machine ECM output components are:


• Ride control solenoid (24): When the ride control switch has been turned on,
an action lamp illuminates on the instrument cluster and a pop-up display will
appear on the monitor display to indicate ride control has been engaged.
• Lift arm positioner solenoid (25): Energizes the lift arm positioner solenoid
valve when the keypad lift arm positioner switch is turned on.
• Automation hydraulic oil level relay output (26) (if equipped): A Machine
ECM output for the Machine Automation System (MAS). The autonomous
system will request a signal indicating hydraulic oil level.

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• Rear high beam light (27): When the operator selects the rear high beam
light from the keypad, the ECM will activate a relay that turns on the rear high
beam light.
• Front high beam light (28): When the operator selects the front high beam
light from the keypad, the ECM will activate a relay that turns on the front high
beam light.
• Front low beam light (29): When the operator selects the front low beam light
from the keypad, the ECM will activate a relay that turns on the front low beam
light.
• Rear low beam light (30): When the operator selects the rear low beam light
from the keypad, the ECM will activate a relay that turns on the rear low beam
light.

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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER LED INDICATORS

• Identify the LED indicators and The LED indicators in the instrument cluster will illuminate either red, green, amber,
gauges and explain the warning or blue to alert the operator that a certain condition exists in the represented
categories. machine system.

When the key start switch is first turned to the ON position, an automatic
self-diagnostic test verifies that the monitoring system, outputs, gauges, alert
indicators, and alarms are operating correctly.

There are four warning categories indicated by the Action light indicator (1):
• Level 1 - This warning level will cause the involved system alert indicator to
illuminate. A Level 1 warning signals the operator to be aware of an abnormal
condition in a machine system.
• Level 2 - This warning level signals the operator that operation of the machine
should be changed or maintenance should be performed. Possible damage to
components on the machine may occur. The action light indicator will illuminate
red.
• Level 2S - This warning level signals the operator that an immediate change of
machine operation is required. An alert indicator will illuminate. The action light
indicator will flash red and the action alarm will create a steady sound.

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• Level 3 - This warning level signals the operator that the machine needs to
have an immediate, safe emergency shutdown. Possible injury to the operator
or severe damage to components may occur. The action light indicator will
flash ON and OFF red, and the action alarm will pulse ON and OFF.

The LED indicators and gauges in the instrument cluster are identified as:
• Hydraulic oil temperature gauge (2): Displays the hydraulic oil temperature.
• Engine coolant temperature gauge (3): Displays the engine coolant
temperature.
• Tachometer (4): Shows the current engine speed, in rpm (engine overspeed
is represented by the yellow and red zones).
• Fuel level gauge (5): Indicates the level in the fuel tank (the indicator lamp
below will illuminate when the fuel level falls to 10% or below).
• Parking brake indicator (6): Alerts the operator that the parking brake is
ENGAGED.
• Transmission/torque converter oil temperature gauge (7): Displays the
transmission/torque converter oil temperature.
• Speedometer (8): Shows the ground speed of the machine.
• Service meter (9): The six-digit display window will show the total machine
operating hours.
• Actual gear indicator (10): Consists of two digits. The two digits indicate the
actual transmission gear that is engaged. The left digit is the actual gear. The
right digit shows the direction that was selected.

The following indicators are not visible, but their locations are identified:
• Low fuel (11): Illuminates when the fuel level is low
• Ride control (12): Illuminates when ride control is active.
• Residual brake oil pressure (13): Illuminates when there is oil pressure in the
service brake circuit (brakes applied).

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MONITOR Display

• Identify the monitor display The monitor display is located on the right side of the dash, in the operator’s
and explain the functions of the station.
display.
The monitor display shows real time machine systems and engine system
information to the operator or service technician. The display is used in conjunction
with the instrument cluster display to act as a monitoring system for the machine.

The monitor display has an on-screen menu structure that allows the user to
access the desired machine information. The default performance page 1 screen
(shown above) will be displayed at machine startup under normal machine
operating conditions, without any intervention from the operator or service
personnel.

The default performance page 1 is not configurable and displays an information


banner and a navigation banner. Upon pressing the OK button, the monitor will
display the Main Menu options.

There are three performance pages. Pages two and three display parameters that
are configurable.

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The navigation button (1) can be moved up, down, right, and left. The navigation
button can be used for the following functions:
• Navigating a menu list.
• Navigating to the previous performance page.
• Highlighting a letter or number in an entry screen.
• Increasing or decreasing an adjustable value.
• Scrolling through pop-ups when more than one pop-up is active.

The OK button (2) can be used for the following functions:


• Selecting a highlighted item.
• Confirming an action when a pop-up is visible.
• Snoozing a warning or information pop-up.

The back button (3) can be used for the following functions:
• Navigating to the previous screen.
• Canceling an action when a pop-up is visible.

The menu button (4) can be used for the following functions:
• Navigating to the Main Menu screen from anywhere in the menu structure.
• If the Main Menu is visible, the menu button will return to performance pages.

The brightness button (5) can be used for the following functions:
• Press and release: Displays brightness pop-up (if not already visible)
• Press and release: When pop-up is visible, pressing the brightness button
increases or decreases the brightness level.
• If the brightness button is pressed and held for 3 seconds, the display will
toggle between day mode and night mode.

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Display Main Menu

Display Settings

Main Menu Service

Machine Status
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MAIN MENU

• Explain the structure of the main The menu structure for the monitor display is arranged in a stair step, or
menu, and identify the main hierarchical list format. When the operator or technician selects an option from a
menu screen options. menu, the resulting screen is one level down from that selection. More selections or
options may be available. There may be more than one page of information or
options to be displayed from any level. These levels can be accessed by using the
left, right, up, or down arrow on the navigation button as necessary, depending on
how the data or the list is arranged.
The following options are available from the monitor display main menu screen:
• Display Settings menu
• Service menu
• Machine status

An automatic Operator Select prompt will be displayed upon machine start-up and
a list of operators will be displayed. The last operator selection will be noted with a
check mark. After 15 seconds of inactivity, or by pressing the back button, the last
operator selection will be displayed. If another operator is desired, selection may
be made by highlighting the desired operator through use of the navigation button,
then pressing the OK button. The performance pages will be displayed after the
operator selection.

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Settings Menu

Language

Day Backlight

Display Settings Night Backlight

Performance Page 2 Layout

Performance Page 3 Layout

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DISPLAY SETTINGS MENU

• Identify the information available The Display Settings menu allows the operator or technician to adjust various
through the Display Settings parameters for the monitor display. Several monitor display parameters are
menu. adjustable, but Cat ET is required to change most parameters in the ECMs on the
machine.

Once the Display Settings menu is displayed, use the navigation button to scroll UP
or DOWN to move the highlight between the Display Settings menu options. Then
press the OK button to enter the desired menu selection. Use the back button or
menu button to return to the main menu.

The Display Settings menu offers the following selections, which in turn will offer
further selections:
• Language
• Day backlight
• Night backlight
• Performance page 2 layout
• Performance page 3 layout
The display option allows the operator or technician to view and/or change the
monitor display settings. When selected, all of the configurable display settings,
along with their current values, will be displayed. Use the navigation button to
select the desired setting to configure. If a parameter is not configurable, the
selection will not become highlighted.

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Display menu options include:


• Language: Used to choose the language that is used on the display.
Language options depend on which Flash File option is installed.
• Day mode backlight: Used to adjust the backlight of the display for day mode.
Use as a percentage from 0% to 100%. The default from the factory is set at
100%.
• Night mode backlight: Used to adjust the backlight of the display for night
mode. Use as a percentage from 0% to 100%. The default from the factory is
set at 30%.
• Performance page 2 layout: Used to customize the performance page 2
layout of machine status options for each quadrant on the page.
• Performance page 3 layout: Used to customize the performance page 3
layout of machine status options for each quadrant on the page.

The machine option allows the top gear limit to be viewed. The top gear limit setting
must be changed using the service menu. The autolube option allows the autolube
status to be checked and the active duty mode can be set to light, medium, or
heavy.

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SERVICE MENU
List by Description
Diagnostics
and Status

Machine Hours
Display
Service * Info Unit

System Info
Engine
* Status

Transmissions
Trans
* Equipment No.

Override Chassis
* Identification
No.
Maintenance
Due
Trans Serial #

* Options Displayed in Text

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SERVICE MENU

• Identify and explain how to The Service menu allows the operator or technician to access component and
access the Service menu options. systems data to aid in troubleshooting problems on the machine. The Service
menu is accessed from the main menu.

To access the Service menu from the monitor display main menu, use the
navigation button to scroll UP or DOWN to highlight the Service option. Press the
OK button to display the Service menu.

The Service menu displays two options:


• Diagnostics: Allows the user to view active and inactive events, diagnostic
codes, and warnings.
• System info: Allows the user to view the status of components and system
information.
• Transmission override: When activated, temporarily ignores the transmission
pressure sensor signal so that machine can be towed.
• Maintenance due: Displays the maintenance due status.

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Service Menu - Diagnostics

List by Description
Diagnostics
and Status

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Service Menu - Diagnostics

• Explain the Diagnostics option The Diagnostics selection from the Service menu allows the service technician to
from the service menu. display Active and Inactive diagnostic/event faults and additional information in the
Service menu. Diagnostics may also be viewed during pop-up displays of active
diagnostic and event fault codes at any time, when they occur.

The event and diagnostic faults can be divided into two types: internal and
external. Internal diagnostics are monitored by the display itself. External events
and diagnostics are faults that are broadcast from the various subsystem ECMs
connected to the monitor display by the data links. The monitor display receives
these event and diagnostic codes from the reporting ECMs and then displays
the appropriate messages. Just like Cat ET, the monitor display is the interface
between the technician and the ECMs on the machine.

All events and diagnostics (faults) are compiled in list form to allow the user to
select and view the information. The faults will be listed in the order in which they
occur. All active faults will precede inactive faults in the list. Information may only be
viewed through the monitor display. Cat ET is required to clear codes and events.

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To access the Diagnostics option from the monitor display main menu, use the
navigation button to highlight the Service option, then press the OK button to
access the Service menu. From the Service menu, again use the navigation button
to highlight the Diagnostics option, then press the OK button to display the list of
events and fault codes.

Use the navigation button to highlight the desired event or code, then press the OK
button to display the detailed information.

Event information displayed is:


• Component Identifier (CID): Failure Mode Identifier (FMI) or Event
Identifier (EID) and the Warning Code Indicator (WCI), if applicable.
• Occurrence: The number of times this code/event has occurred.
• Module Identifier (MID): The ECM (module) reporting the code/event.
• Last Occurrence: The last time the code/event occurred (Service Hours).
• Status: Whether the event/code is Active or Inactive.
NOTE: A WCI will be in square brackets to distinguish it from an FMI (this
matches the way an FMI is displayed in Cat ET).
NOTE: The occurrence count will be received using the additional
information protocol.

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Diagnostic/Events Screen Layout

• Explain the information available To select and view a diagnostic code or event, use the navigation button to scroll
on the Diagnostic and event through the list and highlight the desired line (1). Press the OK button and the
screens. monitor display will show a text description of the fault/event (2), including:
• Code (the CID-FMI, EID, or WCI numbers for the fault/event/warning)
• Occurrence (number of times this fault has occurred)
• ECM (name of module reporting the fault/event/warning)
• Occurrence (service hour of the fault)
• Status (Active or Inactive)

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SERVICE MENU - SYSTEMS INFORMATION

• Explain the information available The System Information selection from the Service menu allows the technician to
through the Systems Information view information about the monitor display and the Machine ECMs.
selection. Display (monitor display) information includes:
• ECM Part Number
• Software Part Number
• Software Release Date
• Software Description
Engine (Engine ECM) information includes:
• Engine Serial Number
• ECM Serial Number
• ECM Part Number
• Software Part Number
• Software Release Date
• Personality Module Part Number
• Software Description
• Personality Description

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Transmission (Power Train ECM) information includes:


• ECM Serial Number
• Transmission Serial Number
• Software Part Number
• Software Release Date
• Software Description

Chassis (Machine ECM) information includes:


• ECM Serial Number
• Transmission Serial Number
• Software Part Number
• Software Release Date
• Software Description

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Machine Status Menu


Engine

Machine Transmission
Status
Machine

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Machine Status Menu

• Explain the information available When the operator selects the Machine Status screen, they have the option of
from the Machine Status menu viewing various inputs/outputs of the engine, transmission or the machine.
selection of the Service menu.

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MACHINE STATUS MENU - ENGINE PARAMETERS

• Identify engine parameters. These screens show some of the engine parameters available in the Machine
Status menu.

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MACHINE STATUS MENU - TRANSMISSION PARAMETERS

• Identify transmission parameters. These screens show some of the transmission parameters available in the Machine
Status menu.

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PURPOSE

This module was designed to ensure participants


can locate and identify the function of all machine
operation controls in the operator’s station and identify
the information displayed by the monitoring system
gauges, indicators, and menus.

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Purpose review

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REASON

This training was necessary for participants to be


able to locate and identify the function of all machine
operation controls in the operator’s station, to be able
to test all machine functions for proper operation, and
to be able to identify the information displayed by the
monitoring system gauges, indicators, and menus in
order to diagnose machines issues.

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Reason review

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COMPETENCY Statement

Participants are now able to locate and identify the


function of all machine operation controls and identify
the information displayed by the monitoring system
gauges, indicators, and menus using the lab sheets for
this module.

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

You have met the following learning outcomes during


this Operator’s Station and Monitoring System module
of the R1600H Underground Loader course:
• Located and identified the function of all machine
operation controls, switches, and buttons in the
operator’s station.
• Located and identified all information displayed by the
monitoring system gauges and indicators.
• Accessed the monitoring system operational menus and
identified the service information displayed.

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Module Conclusion

This concludes the Operator’s Station and Monitoring


System module for the R1600H Underground Loader
course.

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Module Conclusion

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