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Reference Manual for

Customer Fleet Monitoring

2013/04/11

Introduction
This is a reference manual of Global KOMTRAX Web screen for Customer user. This manual
contains the Web screen configuration, basic operations and descriptions of each KOMTRAX screen.

Icon used in this manual as notations.


Supplementary info for operations.
Precautions for operations.

Revision History

2013/04/11

3.0

Revised on

Version

New

Description

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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
A.
1.

2.
3.

Environment
6
KOMTRAX Login 9
1.1 Global Click Through Agreement . 10
1.2 Password Confirmation window ... 11
Top Menu . 12
Basic Screen Layout and Functions. 13
3.1 Menu Bar .. 14
3.2 Screen Mode (List only/ Map only/ Map & List) .. 16
3.2.1
Map & List Display ... 16
3.2.2
List only Display 17
3.2.3
Map only Display .. 17
3.2.4
Refresh the screen .. 17
3.3 Search Condition .. 18
3.3.1
Serial number search guidance 20
3.3.2
Date Calendar function . 21
3.4 Contents Tab 22
3.5 List Screen 22
3.5.1
To view next and previous set of records .. 22
3.5.2
Sorting 22
3.5.3
Download Function 24
3.5.4
Edit Layout Function . 26
3.5.5
List Result Items 27
3.5.6
Columns size adjustments . 29
3.5.7
Clickable Items .. 30
3.6 Map Screen . 31
3.6.1
Zoom in / out & Area Focus control . 31
3.6.2
Area focus control .. 32
3.6.3
Machine Icon & other settings 34
3.6.4
Map appearance settings 38
3.6.5
Home button control .. 39
3.6.6
Pan mode control .. 40
3.6.7
Centering the machine on the map . 40
3.6.8
Select Machine mode control 41
3.6.9
Information Balloon for Machines 42
3.6.10
Information Balloon for Land marks . 43

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3.7

4
5
6

9
10

11

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Settings . 44
3.7.1
Table Display Settings (Common List display column settings) 44
3.7.2
Search Condition settings .. 47
3.7.3
Initial Screen settings 48
3.7.4
Selected Machines 50
3.7.4.1
Create & Modifying Groups 50
3.7.4.2
Add Group 51
3.7.4.3
Edit Group 52
3.7.4.4
Delete Group 53
3.7.5
Register and Deletion of Selected Machines. 54
3.7.6
Disclose Customer Management Number. 58
Machine list . 59
No Usage .... 66
Service .... 69
6.1 Caution .. 69
6.2 Periodic Replacement .... 74
Working Status List ... 78
7.1 Daily Working Status ...... 78
7.2 Monthly Working Status ..... 82
Terminal Condition .... 85
8.1 No Communication ..... 85
8.2 No GPS .... 88
8.3 Notice ....... 91
Area Notice ........ 95
Machine monitoring...........102
10.1 Location/SMR/Working.......102
10.2 Notice ......105
10.3 Caution/Periodic maintenance .....107
Caution/Periodic Maintenance ........110
11.1 Caution ........110
11.2 Maintenance Notice Record......115
Monthly Record .........118
12.1 Monthly status summary ........118
12.2 Monthly location Record ...........120
12.3 Monthly SMR record .........123
12.4 Monthly Working Record .......125
12.5 Monthly Actual Working Record .......128
12.6 Monthly Record of Fuel Consumption .....130
12.7 Monthly Operation Mode Record .....132
12.8 Monthly E mode Record .......136
12.9 Monthly Travel Record ......138
12.10 Monthly Breaker Record .......140
12.11 Monthly Energy Savings Guidance Record .......142

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Annual Record .......147


13.1 Annual Status Summary .......147
13.2 Annual Movement Record ...149
13.3 Annual SMR Record .....151
13.4 Annual Load Ratio Graph.........153
13.5 Annual Actual Working Hour Graph....155
13.6 Annual Record of Fuel Consumption ........157
13.7 Annual Operation Mode Record .....159
13.8 Annual E mode Record ........163
13.9 Annual Travel Record ..........165
13.10 Annual Breaker Record ........167
13.11 Annual Energy Savings Guidance Record .......169
KOMTRAX Report .....174
14.1 Monthly Working Detail Report.........174
14.2 Annual Working Detail Report.......176
Supplement Information.....178
15.1 CFM Screen access from iPad.........178

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A. Environment
A-1.

Required and recommended conditions to access KOMTRAX CFM

1) Hardware
IBM PC/AT Compatible
CPU:
Intel Pentium 300MHz or above (Recommended)
Memory:
256MB or above
(Recommended)
HDD:
1GB (Usable space)
(Recommended)
Display:
Above 1024X768 High Color 16 bit
(Recommended)
(*) Since the display contents of KOMTRAX screens are more, they have been
developed with XGA(1024X768) as base. Therefore, it is highly recommended that the display to be
used should be above XGA. If a smaller display is used, then there are possibilities that the scroll bars
may be displayed.
2) Software
OS:
Browser:

WindowsXP/Windows2000
Internet Explore 6.0 or above, Google chrome 14.0 or above,
Safari(only for iPad, not for PC)
Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 for viewing KOMTRAX Reports

Acrobat:
Reader
Digital Certificate:
Customers do not require Digital Certificate as they can view only their
own machine data.
(*) when customers are provided with special access such as lock authority, digital certificate is
necessary. As lock function is critical and has to be handled with care , the screens related to lock
operation only be accessed in PC in which a valid digital certificate is installed.
Also note that, IE 6.0 or above is required for the above mentioned Digital Certificate . The digital
certificate provided by Komatsu will not support browsers other than IE.
IE Download Site:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie_intl/ja/download/default.htm
Acrobat Reader Download site:
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
3) Network Connection
Should be connected to Internet or Komatsu Intranet.
Internet Environment: Line speed of more than 1Mbps is recommended for
smooth display of Map.

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A. Environment
A-2. Browser settings

https

JavaScript

ActiveX

KOMTRAX uses SSL encrypted connections in all pages.


Please set Use SSL 2.0, Use SSL 3.0 to ON in browser
settings.
JavaScript is used for operations in KOMTRAX Web. Please
enable the JavaScript in browser Settings.

A software called ChartFX will be used for graph display in


KOMTRAX Web. Please enable the Use ActiveX controls. The
downloading will be done only for the first time.
The session cookie should not be disabled, without session
cookie Komtrax cannot run.

Cookie

Cookie is also used for storing user environment. When storing


the user environment, the checkbox in the login screen is
checked. The cookie stores "language/data format/unit" selected
in login screen, operation mode of map, density of Fleet map, left
menu width, and so on.
If cookie is disabled, default value is used for these parameters.

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A. Environment
A-3. Popup window Setting in IE for Windows XP Service Pack 2
Due to security reasons, the popup window is blocked by default in Windows XP Service pack
2. To enable popup window, please click on the pop-up blocked message and select Always
allow Pop-ups from this site

The popup window can also be enabled by clicking Settings button in Privacy tab of Internet
options of IE. And, specify http://ww-komtrax.komatsu.co.jp in Address of Web Site to allow for
enabling popup from KOMTRAX web site.

http://ww-komtrax.komatsu.co.jp

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1. KOMTRAX Login
1. KOMTRAX Login

(2)

(1)

(3)
(C)
(4)

The Web login screen for KOMTRAX.


1. Select Language / Date Format / Unit from the respective pull down menu.
Language refers to the display language on screen and the user can select any language
in the pull down without any relation to his affiliation or location.
Date format will be in the order of Year / Month / Day.
Select the unit for distance Meter / Mile from the Unit pull down. On Selecting Meter,
the fuel consumption would be displayed in liters (L) and on selecting Mile, the fuel
consumption would be displayed in gallon.
(a) If the font for the selected language is not installed in the PC to be used, then the
characters can be displayed as junk. Please select a language that is compatible.
2. Input ID, Password that was notified by the Administrator in User ID, Password.
(b) User ID, Password are case sensitive.
In case of login failure, please check whether user ID, Password are in proper case.
(c) If this BOX is checked, then User ID and Language / Date Format / Unit that was set
in (1) will be set in cookie.
Please enable the Cookie in IE Settings.
When the Cookie is disabled or when this BOX is not checked, then the setting for
Language / Date Format / Unit will be reset to Default value every time.
3. Login will be performed on clicking the Submit button.
4. Notice for System Maintenance etc., will be displayed in (4).

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1. KOMTRAX Login
1.1 Global Click through agreement
If the user login to KOMTRAX for the first time, then he/she will be navigated to
User Agreement page, when the user authentication is successful. The user has to
accept all the terms and conditions in the agreement to proceed with the login.
The agreement screen and contents will be prepared by the subsidiary depending on
their terms and conditions. The user can select the language using Lang pull down
which loads the screen with the agreement contents in selected language. After the user
accepts the terms and conditions contents, user should check the checkbox and click
the accept button, user will be navigated to the password confirmation screen.

(1)

(2)

(4)

(3)

1. Agreement contents are provided in languages specific to the region. If an option is selected from the
"Lang" pull down box, the agreement contents will be displayed in the selected language
2. Agreement contents
3. Click the checkbox to accept the terms and conditions. "Accept" button will be enabled only after the
checkbox is checked.
4. Agreement contents can be saved as html file by clicking the Save as button.
Once the Accept button is pressed, it registers the user and navigates to the Password re entry screen.
Note: This functionality will be available only to the regions for which the agreements are received from the
respective subsidiaries.

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1.2 Password Confirmation window
After the user has accepted to the terms and conditions of user agreement, he/she has to
re-input the user password and click on Submit button to navigate to TOP Menu.

(1)
(2)

1. User should enter the password again for confirmation.


2. Once the Submit button is clicked, it navigates to the top menu of KOMTRAX.
From the second login onwards the user will be directly navigated to TOP Menu, when the
user authentication is successful.

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2. Top Menu
2. Top Menu
(1)

(3)

(2)

Specific Machine KOMTRAX News created by


System admin
Data Menu

Machine List Menu


(6)
(5)

(4)

Top menu screen is the first screen to be displayed after login.


Functions are arranged as menu items and the user can directly get into the desired screen.
1.

Clicking this Management menu link will navigate the user to management menu access, where
the user can set the security area and landmark in the map. The user can use the management
menu access only when the user is given appropriate authority level by the Distributor.

2.

To change the password, use this link which opens a Password change screen.

3.

Click the Logout link to exit from KOMTRAX application.

4.

Menus on the Fleet Machine frame are the Customer fleet monitoring menus. Menus are grouped
by functions. By clicking any menu link, user will be directed to the respective screen. (Each menu
screen in Fleet Machine is explained in chapters from 4 to 9 )

5.

Menus on the Specific machine data are menus for individual machines. By entering the machine
serial number in the text field and by selecting any menu under it, user can open the detailed
information screen of the specific machine. When machines with same serial no. but different model
exists, then Model + Type will be displayed in the Inquiry Window. (Each menu screen in Specific
machine data is explained in chapters from 10 to 14 )

6.

Notice for System Maintenance etc., will be displayed in KOMTRAX News frame.
Note: Menu can be expanded or minimized by clicking +,- buttons.

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3. Basic Screen layout and Functions
Top Menu Bar
Screen Mode
change
Search Condition
Pop up button

Contents Tab

Listing result
screen

Map with fleet


machines

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3.1 Menu Bar:
Other CFM screens are accessed from the current screen using the Menu bar.
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(1) Top Menu screen is accessible by clicking the TOP menu from the Menu bar.

(2) Other Fleet monitoring screens are


accessed from the current screen by
clicking the Screen name shown under the
Fleet Machine. All the group menu names
are shown in Menu list with arrow mark at
the right end. The screen names are shown
by moving the Mouse over menu names as
shown in the right screen shot.

(3) Default common search conditions settings/result display column settings and initial
Screen after login settings and Selected Machine management are done by Settings
menu.

For detailed explanation, refer 3.7 Settings .

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(4) Management menu: Management menu screen as shown below will be opened on clicking this menu.
When the Distributor (DB) set the special authority level to the customer user, he can create security area
and Landmarks in the world map.

Clicking the Top link will return to the CFM top menu screen.
5) Logout: To exit from the CFM site, click Logout button.

The user can connect to KOMTRAX again by clicking the To Login Screen link, or within
few seconds, Login screen will be displayed automatically.

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3.2 Screen Mode Change (List only/ Map only/ Map & List)

Map only display button


List only display button
Map & List display button
Refresh the screen

3.2.1 Map & List Display

User should click the Map & List button to display the screen with Map and List.
The screen will be split in to upper frame and lower frame displaying Map in lower
frame and List in upper frame. Users can change the screen mode
to List only or Map only display by clicking the either of the button displayed.
The map will show all the machines selected in the search condition.
Note: The center button highlighted in the above screen will be displayed only in Map&List mode.

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3.2.2 List only Display :

User should click the List only button to display the screen only with List items. The screen will
display more machine record list than Map & List display. Users who wants to view more
machines in the list can use this mode. This mode can be set as Initial screen display mode
using Settings menu. Please refer Settings Menu for details.
3.2.3 Map only Display :

User should click the Map only button to display the screen only with Map. The screen will display
machines in the map with 70% of the screen which improve the Visibility of the map. This mode
can also be set as initial screen display mode using Settings menu. Please refer 3.7 Settings
Menu for details.
3.2.4 Refresh the screen:
User can refresh the screen using this button, it will be useful for getting the latest Data displayed in the
screen. Updates are not immediately reflected in the list display. Clicking Refresh button will update the
screen and reflects the latest data in the list.

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3.3 Search Condition:
Clicking the Pencil button will open the search condition window.

Current search condition display can


be hided or opened using the Upside
Arrow and Downside Arrow button

Current search conditions are displayed.

Search Condition Window:

Note: Refer the search condition


screen described in each section for
details of each screen search
condition.

Search condition window has two parts, Common search items and Screen specific search items. Common
search fields are displayed in upper part and common to all the screens, Screen specific fields are displayed
in lower part and different in each screens.
Eg: Caution Screen has Caution items and related fields.

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Common Search field in all screens:
S.no

Field

Explanation

Selected Machine

Groups registered by the user for selecting set of machines added to


a specific group.
Options:
Private-Specific machines for single user
Other options are registered by the users.
Refer 3.7.4 Selected Machines for creation/modification and
deletion of selected machines.

Customer management
Number

Input fields for entering Customer management Number of a


machine.

Customer machine
number

Input fields for entering Customer machine number of a machine

Machine Type

List of Machine types (Excavators, Bulldozers etc..)

Manufacturer

List of Manufacturer names.

Model

Input field for entering Model name to get the list of machines with
the same Model. Wild card search can be done by specifying *
after the word or character, it get the list of models starting with the
entered word or character.
(PC*List of Models starting with PC
PC200*List of Models starting with PC200)

Type

Input field for entering machine Type to get the list of machines with
the same type. Wild card search can be done by specifying * after
the word or character, it get the list of machines with type specified,
starting with the entered word or character.
(7*List of Machines with type starting with 7
8*List of Machines with type starting with 8)

Serial Number

Input field for entering Serial Number to get the list of machines with
the same Serial number. Wild card search can be done using
operators * and ?.
Refer 3.3.1 Serial Number wildcard search for details.

Job site

Input field for entering Job site

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Operator name

Input field for entering Operator name

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Maintenance Incharge

Input field for entering Maintenance Incharge

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3.3.1 Searching Machines with Serial No. Range
Machines can be searched by specifying a range of Serial No. in Search condition for screen
such as Machine list , etc..
Guidelines for Serial No. Input:
1.

When specifying the range, the number of characters on both sides should be equal
with a - in between them.
2.
Multiple conditions can be specified separated by coma.
3.
Wildcard can also be specified in the condition. ? represents substitution for a
single character whereas * represents substitution for a character string. But the
Serial No Range and Wildcard cannot be used together within the same search
condition.
Some common WRONG Inputs for Range:
Conditions

Problem

A123,,

There should not be any null character enclosed within coma.

A123-A1000

No. of characters on both sides are not equal

A*-B12

Wildcard and Range cannot be used together in condition.

A123 -A234

There should not be any space after A123.

A123-A234, B123-B345

There should not be any space at the beginning of B123.

A123-

Hyphen should not be followed by null characters.

A123--A345

There should be only one hyphen between the range.

The following screen shows that machines with serial No. in the range of A80000-A99999 is searched
along with machines whose Serial No. starts with A.

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3.3.2 Date selection calendar:
Step 1 : Select the Calendar button at the right of the
date field. A calendar will be displayed below the box

Step 2 : First select the month & Year of the required


date by clicking the month as displayed below.

Next Month
Previous &
Next Year

Previous
Month
Month

Year

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3.4 Contents Tab:

CFM new screens are grouped by role oriented menus, Terminal condition, Working
Status menus, Machine Usage menus, Service menu and Notice. Navigation between the group menus are
simplified by introducing tabs, which enables the user to navigate with in the group screens.

3.5 List screen:


First

Next
Previous

Last

3.5.1 To view next and previous set of records:


Next : To view the next set of records.
Previous: To view the previous set of records.
Last : To view final set of records. ( Eg. Last 100 records in the list of 556 will show 56 records.
Last 100 records in the list of 600 will show 100 records.)
First : To view the first set of records.
(Eg. First 10 records in the list of any number of records will show first 10 records.)
3.5.2 Sorting:
The result data can be sorted based on any columns displayed on the list in Ascending and
Descending order. Sorting is done by following steps.
1)

Move the mouse cursor over the column to be sorted.

2)

At the corner of the column name, downwards arrow mark will be displayed.

3)

Click the downwards arrow mark, it will show Sort Ascending and Sort
Descending buttons.

4)

By clicking the required sort order, the list will be reloaded with selected order.

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a) Sorting of list based on Delivery date. By clicking the
Sort Ascending button will display the list in Ascending
order by Delivery date.
b) By Sort Descending button will display the list in
Descending order by Delivery date.

Sorting in Ascending

Sorting in Descending

Current sort column is highlighted as shown above (Eg.Delivery Date column).


Another method of sorting:
By just clicking on the sorting required column, will sort the list by Ascending
or Descending with respect to current sorting order.

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3.5.3 Download Function:
Download functionality enables the user to download the result list data in to CSV format or Excel format. Users
are allowed to select the fields to download by themselves. User clicks the Download button and new
download pop up window will be opened.

To download currently displaying record, select Only current page. To download total records, select All
pages. Also the user has the option to download the data in hours or minutes by selecting Hours or min

To download the data in CSV format (Comma Separated value), select CSV option and to download the data in Excel
format (Excel), select Excel option.
Note: CSV Download: When the machine type is "5E0", then it is displayed as "5.00E.00". Some countries, the SMR
value (4555.4) is displayed as (4555,4). It considers period(.) operator as comma(,) and converts it automatically.
Excel Download: List items can be downloaded as excel files by which above stated problems are avoided. But size
of the excel files become big.

Download fields can be selected by


checking the checkboxes. Some
checkboxes are already checked which
denotes these fields are the currently
displayed fields in the list.

Click the Output button to download the


records. The download file name will be the
name of the screen.

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Downloading as CSV format

Downloading as Excel format

Output in excel file consists of


columns that are selected from
above Download screen.

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3.5.4 Edit Layout :
In listing screens, only necessary display items can be set using Edit layout pop screen. Users
can select the required columns and hide the other fields using this pop up screen. This is
mainly to improve the visibility of listing screens by showing required columns and hide the
remaining columns.

No of display records: The number of records to be displayed in each screen can be set in this
screen. Maximum, users can set up to 100 as number of records to be displayed.
Display Items: For each individual screen, display fields can be set from this screen. When the
user login for the first time, by default some fields are displayed that are set by the Administrator.
Users are allowed set their own display settings here. After checking and un-checking the
checkboxes, click Ok button to reflect the settings in the list.
Note: In Display items, certain fields are common for all the screens such as Model, Type,
Serial Number etc. For these common field display items, settings can be done at once for all
the screens using SettingsTable Display screen. Please refer 3.7 Settings for more details.

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3.5.5 List Result Items
To pin point and centering the machine

Centre button : When the user clicks any of the Centre button of a machine from list, the selected
machine will be centered in the map with a pink circle on the machine as shown below, to easily
identify the selected machine.

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Display Items in Machine List screen
S.No

Field

Explanation
Customer Management Number of a machine registered by the Customer for
internal machine management within customer group.

Customer
Management Number

Note: This Customer Management No. cannot be viewed by Distributor. But as an


option, this number can be disclosed to Distributor by customer (Refer 3.7.5 Disclose
Customer Management Number).

Customer Machine Number of a machine registered by the Customer and this


number is always shown to Distributor.
2

Customer Machine
Number

Note: This Customer Machine No. can be viewed by Distributor. Whenever the
customer inform the Distributor for any issues, it is easy to specify this Customer
Machine No. to search and find the machine easily. This number also appears on the
KOMTRAX reports. So it is recommended to register the Customer machine No for
each machine.

Machine Type

Machine types (Excavators, Bulldozers etc..)

Manufacturer

List of Manufacturer names.

Model

Model name of the machine.

Type

Machine Type of the machine.

Serial Number

Serial Number of the machine.

Delivery date

Delivery date of the machine

SMR

Latest service meter reading of the machine

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Odometer

Latest odometer reading of the machine

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Last communication
date

Last communication date of the machine

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GPS Time

GPS measured time.

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Job site

Job site of the machine registered by the customer

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Operator name

Operator name registered by the customer. Display all the 3 operator names
in a single column.

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Maintenance Incharge

Maintenance Incharge name registered by the customer

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Remarks

Any additional note registered by the customer

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User memo

Additional note registered by customer

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Altitude

Altitude value (GPS data should be available )

Other than Delivery date and Altitude, all the above items are common items that are found in all the
list screens.

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3.5.6 Columns size adjustments :
Column size can be adjusted to make the full contents of the column visible or decrease the
column size to accommodate other columns.

1)

In
the
column
Last
Communication Date, the hidden
part is displayed as .

2)

In the column SMR(H), the size


of the column is comparatively
longer than the value displayed.

Keep the mouse over the corner


(Right or Left) of the column that
needed to be adjusted. Split arrow
icon will be displayed, hold the
split arrow and drag left or right to
adjust the size of the column.

Now after adjusting the size of the


column, Last Communication Date
contents are visible fully and SMR
column size is decreased.

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3.5.7 Clickable items :
In all the CFM screens, the items displayed in blue text are links and these items can be
displayed in slide in window. This functionality enables the user to view different related
information with a single interface.

On click of the Serial No of any record, the machines Attribute details are shown in the slide in
window. On click of the SMR of any record, the SMR details of the machine is shown in the
slide in window.
Note that the serial number link is commonly found in all the screens and the other screen
specific links are explained in each screen description.

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3.6 Map screen:

Machines are shown on the map as blue icons. Initial display of the map will show all the
machines that are resulted based on the search condition. Number of machines resulted by the
search condition is displayed on the left top of the map.
3.6.1 Zoom in / out & Area Focus control:
Specific machine or specific area can be focussed to view more detailed map by scale
adjustment or Area focus control.

Zoom in / out control:

After Zoom in. More detailed view

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Click the + button to Zoom in. This control always focus the center of the map.

This is used as handle for Zoom in and Zoom out. To zoom in, click the handle
and move towards up ( +). To zoom out, click the handle and move towards
down (-)

Click the - button to Zoom out.

3.6.2 Area focus control:

Specific machine or specific area can be focussed to view more detailed map by selecting the
rectangle area inside the map. User click this button to enable the area focus control inside the
map. When this button is clicked and mouse is moved over the map, a rectangle box with the
hand symbol is appeared. Now the user able to select an area to be focussed. When the area is
selected, the map will be reloaded with the more detailed map of the selected part.

Select the area to be focussed by


selecting the left corner and right
corner. The selected part will is
displayed as Fig.2 and it will be
maximized and displayed in more
detail.

Fig.1

Fig.2

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More detailed map will be displayed as the result of area focus selection.

Further focusing on map will result in map with street names, Main highway names etc..

Map with National highway names, street names and detailed


routes.

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3.6.3 Machine Icon & other settings :
Basic settings for icon type, size & label are performed in this function.
Click the OP button on the control tool of the map. Map Option pop up will be displayed on the screen.

Machine icon settings:


Symbol: Three types of icons are available
now, user can select any of the icon. By default
pin icon is selected.
Size: Icon size is set using the 2 options Auto
and Select.
When option Auto is selected , map controls
the size of the icon automatically with respect
to the scale of the map.
User can select the size of icon from the select
box. Icon will be displayed in the selected size
not respect to the scale of the map. By default,
the option is Auto.
Label: Settings to display the icon with label on
the map. Selecting Model/Type/Serial No will
display the icon with machines Model-TypeSerial no.
Selecting Customer management No. option
will display the icon with machines Customer
management number is registered by the
customer.
Land Mark settings: Settings to show or hide the land mark on the map which are already
registered by the customer. When Hide is selected, the landmark icons will not be shown
on the map. BY default, it is set as Show.
Size: Icon size is set using the 2 options Auto and Select.
Label: Settings to display the icon with Landmark title. By selecting Without title, land mark
icon will be displayed without any title on it.
Note: The landmark has to be registered by customer, before setting the landmark to show. The
landmark can be registered from management menu(section 3.1 -> (4))

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Machine Icon setting

Pin icon

Machine 2D icon

Machine 3D icon

Icon size setting

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Icon label setting

1) User can select Not show to display the icon without any label.
3) Select Customer management
number to display it with the
icon.

2) Select Model-Type-Serial number to


display it with the icon.

4) Select Customer machine


number to display it with the
icon.

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Land Mark Icon setting

1) Show/Hide : User can select any of the radio button to display or hide the land mark from the map.
Click the Show radio button to display the land mark on the map. Click Hide to remove the land
mark icons from the map.,

2) Size : User can select the size of the land mark icon to be displayed on the map.
By selecting Auto, icons are automatically adjusted to proportions of the map.
By selecting the size from the pull down, icon will be displayed on the map in selected size.
3) User can select Not show to display the land nark icon with out any label.
Or User can select Show to display the land mark with its name on the map.

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3.6.4 Map appearance settings :
Basic settings for contrast of Map by increasing and decreasing the density of the Map. The purpose
of this settings is mainly to distinguish machine icon from other items displayed in the map. Map in
detailed scale will display Highway names, Street names, Highway poles etc. in dark blue, red and
yellow colors. The color of the icons used in CFM map also in Red, Blue and Yellow. To make the
icon bright and make the map lighter, the color variation is done by this settings.

In this map, icon color and highway colors are red, it may have some difficulty in identifying the machine.
Click the darker button will increase the icon brightness and decrease the contrast of the map lighter.

After adjusting the brightness, machine icons becomes more visible with lighter contrast of the Map.

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3.6.5 Home button control :
Clicking the Home button will load initial map showing all the machines resulted from the current
search condition.

Initial map display with result of search condition with 39 machines.

Zoom in the specific area to view more detailed map.

Detailed map

Now click the Home


button. It will reload the
map with the initial
position with all the
machines resulted from
current search condition.

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3.6.6 Pan mode control :
Clicking the Pan mode button will enable the user to drag and move the map to navigate. A hand
icon will be displayed when this button is clicked. User can use the hand button to drag the map to
left, right, top and bottom.

3.6.7 Centering the machine on the map :

Clicking the Centering mode button enables the user to select any machine in the map and display
the selected machine at the center of the map.

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Select machine is now centered in the map with pink colored circle to on the machine to highlight it.
3.6.8 Select machine mode control :
This control enables the user to view the machine details in map and link to Machine details screen.
When the user click the Select machine icon in the tool box, an hand icon will be appeared in the
map. Machine can be selected by clicking the mouse on any machine.

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3.6.9 Information Balloon for Machines :

If any machine is selected in the map, an information box with the following data is displayed
as shown.
Model-Type-Serial no, Latest SMR, Latest GPS position, Altitude(If GPS data is available)

Machine Details link is provided in the information box, by clicking the Machine Details link, it
will open the Machine details screen in a new window.

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3.6.10 Information Balloon for Land Marks :

If any land mark is selected in the map, an information box with the following data will be
displayed.
Landmark name
Information regarding the landmark entered during the landmark registration.
Geographical Position (Longitude and Latitude)

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3.7 Settings:
Default common search conditions settings/result display column settings and initial Screen after login
settings and Selected Machine management can be set by using Settings menu, displayed at the top
of all list screens.

3.7.1 Table Display Settings (Common List display column settings)


This functionality provides common or central settings for the selected columns to be displayed in
all the list screens.

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No of display records: The number of records to be displayed in each screen can be set in this screen.
Users can set up to 100 as a maximum number of records to be displayed.
To set the number of records to be displayed in the list, select the Update display numbers radio button
and enter a number between 0 to 100 and click Set button. By default, it will be set as 10 records.

Following screen shows the result of Machine list showing 15 records from the total of 73 machines.

Display Items common settings : Users can select the display items from this window. Users
will check the check boxes and click the Set button to apply the settings for all the screens.
This settings will be immediately reflected in the list screens.

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Display Items common settings : Users can select the display items from this window. Users
will check the check boxes and click the Set button to apply the settings for all the screens.
This settings will be immediately reflected in the list screens.

Note : When the user wants to change the settings for a specific screen then, User can use
Edit layout link displayed in every list screen. Using the Edit layout settings in a specific
screen, select or deselect the display items and also modify the number of records to be
displayed. If any change is done in any of the screen, it will be reflected only to the particular
screen but it also change the check box status in Table Display window of Settings menu.
Following screen explains the checkbox status after the change in screen local settings.

Grey coloured items indicates the items that are changed in the local screens using Edit
Layout setting.

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3.7.2 Search Condition Settings:

Common Search Condition settings


This functionality provides common or central settings of search condition displayed
in all the list screens. This setting will affect all the search conditions in all screens.

Note: The Bulk settings are applied to common search conditions in each screen.
Common search conditions are displayed in upper part of the search condition window.

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3.7.3 Initial Screen Settings:
Initial screen after the login can be selected and display mode of that screen can be set using
this screen. This screen will be displayed by clicking the Screen Display in Settings menu

Initial Screen Selection:

All the available screen names


are displayed in the combo
box. User can select any
screen name and click the
Set button to apply the
settings.

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Initial Screen Mode Settings:


Initial screen mode can be set by the user using this option. User can select following option.
List + Map-Shows both list and map
List Only-Shows only the list
map Only-Shows only the map

Initial Search Condition show & hide settings:

Initial search condition display can be set by the user using this option. User can select
following option.
Show-Shows the search condition frame in the screen
Hide-Search condition will not be shown

When Show is selected

When Hide is selected

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3.7.4 Selected Machines:
This function allows the user to pick selected machine to monitor or give special attention by registering these
machines as Private group or newly registered group. By registering fleet of machines in a group, enables
the user to easily search these machines using Selected Machine search criteria. User can create a group
and register the required machines by enabling the check box in the machine list. After registering the
selected machines, every list screen search condition have the selected group name in the options, so that
user can easily filter the list of machines by simply selecting the group name from the option and list the
selected machines.

3.7.4.1 Create & Modifying Groups:


User can create groups for selected machines by clicking the Edit Selected machine Group from
Selected Machine menu. By clicking the menu, Selected Machine window will appear with list of existing
groups.
Note that this Edit Selected machine Group menu will be displayed only for users who are given the
Edit Selected machine Group authority by Distributors .

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3.7.4.2 Add Group:
User can create a group by clicking the Add group button from the following
window.

By clicking the add button, new Add window will appear. User can input the
name of the group and click Add Item button to register the group. Input
items will be added to the list of groups. Click Cancel button not to register
the group.

When User inputs already existing group name, then the window will show the
error message Group Name exists, please input new name.

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3.7.4.3 Edit Group:
User can edit the existing group name by clicking the Edit icon corresponding to each row.

By clicking the edit icon, edit window will appear. User can input the new name of the group and
click Edit Item button to modify the group name. Input items will be added to the list of groups.
Click Cancel button not to modify the group name.

When User inputs already existing group name, then the window will show the
error message Group Name exists, please input new name.

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3.7.4.4 Delete Group:
User can delete the existing group name by clicking the Delete icon corresponding to each row.

By clicking the delete icon, delete confirmation window will appear. User can click the Delete
Item button to delete the group.

Target delete group name will be deleted from the group list.

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3.7.5 Register and Deletion of Selected Machines:
User can register the selected machines from Register Selected Machine screen. This can be accessed
by clicking the Register Selected machine menu from Selected machine menu group.

Registration screen will appear with the list of machines. User can register or select the machines and
add to a specific group or Private group.

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Add Selected machine
Step1 : Select the group name from the Drop down list to which machines has to be registered. In this
list, group names are listed that are created from 3.7.4.1 Create & Modifying Groups procedure.

Step2 : Select the machines by checking the check box from the list of machines to add those machines
to any of the group or Private group.
Note: To select all the machines click Select All button and to deselect click Clear All button
Step3 : Click the Register button to register the selected machines to specific group or Private group
selected from drop down list. To close the screen without registration, click the Cancel button.

Step4 : After successful registration, a confirmation alert will be appeared in the screen. Click OK to
close and return to CFM screen.

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Deletion of Selected Machines:
User can delete or remove the selected machines from the group. This can be accessed by clicking the
Delete Selected Machine menu from Selected machine menu group.

Deletion screen will appear with the list of machines that are registered as selected machines in any of
the groups. User can delete or remove the added machines from a specific group or Private group.

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Delete Selected machines
Step1 : Select the group name from the Drop down list from which the machines has to be deleted or
removed. In this list, group names are listed that are created from 3.7.4.1 Create & Modifying
Groups procedure.

Step2 : Select the machines by checking the check box from the list of machines those to be deleted
from the group or Private group.
Step3 : Click the Delete button to delete the selected machines from specific group or Private group
selected from drop down list.

Step4 : After successful deletion, a confirmation alert will be appeared in the screen. Click OK to close
and return to CFM screen.

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3.7.6 Disclose Customer Management Number
This function enable the customers to disclose the Customer management number to Distributor. Once
this setting is done by the customer, Distri can view the Customer management number on the machine
list in fleet monitoring screens. The advantage is whenever the customer inform the DB for any issues, it
is easy to specify the Customer management number and find the machine.

When the Disclose Customer Mgmt No is selected, the following pop-up is displayed from which the
user can carry out the setting tom disclose or hide the customer management number to Distributors.

No.

Item

Description

Hide radio
button

This option is used to hide the Customer management number


to DB. By default this option is enabled.

Show radio
button

This option is used to disclose the Customer management number


to
DB.

Set button

Click this button after selecting the option Hide or Show. After the
settings,
DB will able to view the Customer management number in fleet
screens.

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4.

Machine List

User can view all the machines registered under his customer name with the latest SMR and other
details. This screen also enables the customer to input the additional machine details such as Job
site, operator names, maintenance in-charge, etc..
Screen Access : Top menu "Machine List Sub menu "Machine List"

Screen Layout:

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Clickable items in Machine list:
The items displayed in blue text are links and these items can be displayed in slide in window.
This functionality enables the user to view different related information with a single interface.

Serial Number links is common in all the CFM screens. On click of the Serial No of any record, the
machines attribute details are shown in the slide in window.

A link is shown in the


Description window. By
clicking this link, specific
machine details screen
(screen as shown in
section 10.1)will be
opened in a new screen.

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SMR link-By clicking the SMR link of any machine displayed in the list, Monthly SMR record graph
details of the specific machine will be displayed in the slide in window.

Date : Selected date in the


search condition.
Next & Previous : Monthly SMR
record can be viewed by clicking
the previous and next buttons.

Graph Details:
X Data : Start date of a month to End date of
the month
Y Data : Starting range of SMR to Ending
range on this month
Graph : Graph shows the increase of SMR
from starting SMR and ending SMR on this
month

Note:
When KOMTRAX did not received the data from machine on any date, there will not be
connecting line in the graph for that day and When the SMR is same as previous day, it is shown
in flat connecting line in the graph.

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Editable items by Customer
Machine list screen enables the customer to input/edit some of the machine attributes for easy machine management.
On clicking the edit icon, the editable items will be displayed in the slide-in window for input.

Machine details input by Customer

Note:
Customer Management Number and Customer
Machine Number functions differently. So
based on the need, customer has to use either
any one or both.

Click the confirm


button after
entering the input
details. It will be
reflected in all the
screens.

Customer Management Number


Please use this field, when you wants to set an
unique number for machines and the unique
number should not be viewed by Distributor.
(However, this number can be disclosed to
Distributor through settings(Refer 3.7.5
Disclose Customer Management Number))
Customer Machine Number
Please use this field, when you do not mind
disclosing the number to Distributor and the
number wants to be displayed on KOMTRAX
reports.
Whenever the customer inform the DB for any
issues, it is easy to specify the Customer
Machine No. and find the machine easily. So it
is recommended to register the Customer
machine No for each machine.

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When the input information is saved, the confirmation message will be displayed as shown
below.

The display items that are set in the Edit layout window are displayed in list by default. User
can set the other additional display items by clicking the Edit layout link(refer section 3.5.4
Edit Layout ). The available items that can be displayed in machine list is shown in the
following table. Some items in the machine list are prepared for customers. Customer can
input/edit these items on this menu, those items are indicated as yellow in the below table.

No.

Item

Description

Customer Management
Number

Machine management number registered by customer.

Customer Machine
Number

Machine management number registered by customer.

Machine type

Machine type such as "Hydraulic Excavators, "Bulldozers".

Manufacturer

Machine manufacturer

Model

(Komatsu) Machine Model

Type

(Komatsu) Machine Type

Serial Number

(Komatsu) Machine Serial Number

Delivery Date

Delivery date of the machine.

Latest SMR

Latest SMR (Service Meter Reading) value of the machine.

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No.

Item

Description

10

Odometer

Latest odometer reading of the machine

11

Last communication date

12

GPS Time

GPS coordinate measurement time. Normally, GPS


coordinate will be measured before sending Daily data,
Weekly data.

13

Job site

Job site of the machine registered by the customer

Time at which the machine has communicated recently.

Operator name registered by the customer. Display all the 3


operator names in a single column. ( Maximum 3 operators
names can be registered)

14

Operator name

15

Maintenance Incharge

16

Remarks

Remarks about machine registered by customer

17

User memo

User memo registered by customer

18

Altitude

Altitude value (GPS data should be available)

Maintenance In-charge name registered by the customer

The items shown with yellow background in the above can be input and edited by customer.
The allowed character length of each item is following.

Editable Item

Limitation of character length

Customer Management
Number

up to 26 characters (with single byte characters)

Customer Machine Number

up to 26 characters (with single byte characters)

Jobsite

up to 200 characters (with single byte characters)

Operator Names

up to 50 characters (with single byte characters)

Maintenance in charge

up to 50 characters (with single byte characters)

Remarks

up to 200 characters (with single byte characters)

User Memo

up to 200 characters (with single byte characters)

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Machine list search condition

Common Search
condition

Screen Specific
Search condition

S.No

Search Items

Explanation

SMR (From ~ To)

SMR Range input : Specify the starting SMR and


ending range to fetch the machines whose SMR falls
between the specified SMR range.
Minimum input value : 0
Maximum input value : 999999

Odometer (From ~ To)

Odometer Range input : Specify the starting


Odometer and ending range to fetch the machines
whose Odometer falls between the specified
Odometer range.
Minimum input value : 0
Maximum input value : 999999

Delivery Date (From ~ To)

The date on which the machine was registered in the


KOMTRAX system by Distributor.
Specify the from date and to date, to fetch the
machines which registration date falls between the
specified dates.

Common search items

Refer Common search items in section 3.3 Search


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5.

No Usage

Machines which are not working for duration specified in search condition will be displayed on the map
or in a list.
[Screen access] Top menu Working Status Sub menu " No Usage"

Screen Layout

In the above screen, the display items that are set in the Edit layout window are displayed by default. User can
set the other additional display items by clicking the Edit layout link(refer section 3.5.4 Edit Layout ). The
available items that can be displayed in No Usage screen is shown in the next page.

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Display items in No Usage screen
No.

Item

Description

Customer
Management
Number

Customer
Customer Machine Number of a machine registered by the Customer.
Machine Number

Machine Type

Machine types (Excavators, Bulldozers etc)

Manufacturer

List of Manufacturer names. (Komatsu, Caterpillar etc).

Model

Model name of the machine.

Type

Machine Type of the machine.

Serial Number

Serial Number of the machine.

SMR

Latest service meter reading of the machine

Odometer

Latest odometer reading of the machine

10

Last
Time at which the machine has communicated recently.
communication
date

11

GPS Time

GPS coordinate measurement time. Normally, GPS coordinate will be


measured before sending Daily data, Weekly data.

12

Job site

Job site of the machine registered by the customer

13

Customer Management Number of a machine registered by the


Customer.

Operator name registered by the customer. Display all the 3 operator


names in a single column. ( Maximum 3 operators names can be
Operator name
registered)

14

Maintenance
Incharge

Maintenance In-charge name registered by the customer

15

Remarks

Remarks about machine registered by customer

16

User memo

User memo registered by customer

17

Last Working
day

Last working date of the machine. (After this date, machines engine
were never switched on here after)

18

No Usage Days Total number of days the machine is not in operation

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No Usage Search Condition

S.No

Search Items

Explanation

The final operation day is prior


to

Date prior to Machines last engine ON date.

Exclude machines without


communication more than

Machines having no communication for long time can


be excluded by specifying the hours in this field.

For other common search items, refer section 3.3 Search condition

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6. Service
6.1 Caution
Machines that have raised cautions for the duration specified in search condition will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu Service Sub menu " Caution"

Screen Layout

In the above screen, the display items that are set in the Edit layout window are displayed by default. User can
set the other additional display items by clicking the Edit layout link(refer section 3.5.4 Edit Layout ). The
available items that can be displayed in Caution screen is shown in the next page.

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Display items in Caution screen
No.

Item

Description

Customer Management Number Customer Management Number of a machine registered by the Customer.

Customer Machine Number

Customer Machine Number of a machine registered by the Customer.

Machine Type

Machine types (Excavators, Bulldozers etc)

Manufacturer

List of Manufacturer names.

Model

Model name of the machine.

Type

Machine Type of the machine.

Serial Number

Serial Number of the machine.

SMR

Latest service meter reading of the machine

Odometer

Latest odometer reading of the machine

10

Last communication date

11

GPS Time

GPS coordinate measurement time. Normally, GPS coordinate will be


measured before sending Daily data, Weekly data.

12

Job site

Job site of the machine registered by the customer

13

Operator name

Operator name registered by the customer. Display all the 3 operator names
in a single column. ( Maximum 3 operators names can be registered)

14

Maintenance Incharge

15

Remarks

Remarks about machine registered by customer

16

User memo

User memo registered by customer

13

Remarks

Remarks about the machine

14

User Memo

User memo registered by user. User memo can be freely input /changed by
the user

15

Icon

Icon of the caution raised by the machine

16

Caution

Description of the caution

17

Latest caution generation time

Time of caution occurrence

Time at which the machine has communicated recently.

Maintenance In-charge name registered by the customer

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Caution Slide Window

Icon- By clicking the caution icon of any machine, the caution history details can be confirmed in the
slide window as shown below.

Caution Item :
Caution item with icon, Description of
the caution are displayed.
Record:
Period: Select the start date and end
date of the period to view the no of
frequency of occurrence of the caution.
List:
It shows the history of occurrences of the
caution.
Occurrence date, Occurrence situation
(Graph indication of caution occurrences.
Red patch indicates the occurrence),
Total duration of the occurrences in each
day is also displayed in the list.

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Solution link can be seen in the caution screen. Clicking this solution link will open up a separate
window that shows the check list items and solutions for each caution.

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Caution list select
options:

Caution Search:

Filter options in Caution Search:

S.No

Search Items

Explanation

Repetitive
Event occurred on at least xxx
consecutive days

By checking the checkbox would enable the text


box for entering consecutive days. This field is
used to get the machines which records the
caution for number of consecutive days entered
in the text box.

Duration

Target cautions occurred with in this duration. (In


days)

Frequency
Event occurred on at least xxx
different days

By checking the checkbox, it would enable the


text box for entering the different days. This field
is used to get the machines that records the
caution for minimum number of days specified in
the text box.

Event occurred at least for xxx


minutes

By checking the checkbox, it would enable the


text box for entering the minutes. This field is
used to get the machines that records the
caution for minimum of xxx minutes specified in
the text box.

Caution

List of cautions.

For other common search items, refer section 3.3 Search condition

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6. Service
6.2 Periodic Replacement
The maintenance information on machine monitor maintenance screen is displayed. When the
maintenance item is reset in the machine monitor during maintenance, the remaining hours for next
maintenance will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu Service Sub menu Periodic Replacement"

Screen Layout

In the above screen, the display items that are set in the Edit layout window are displayed by default. User can
set the other additional display items by clicking the Edit layout link(refer section 3.5.4 Edit Layout ). The
available items that can be displayed in Periodic Maintenance screen is shown in the next page.

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Display items in Periodic Replacement screen
No
.

Item

Description

Customer Management Number

Customer Management Number of a machine registered by the


Customer.

Customer Machine Number

Customer Machine Number of a machine registered by the Customer.

Machine Type

Machine types (Excavators, Bulldozers etc)

Manufacturer

List of Manufacturer names. (Komatsu, Caterpillar etc).

Model

Model name of the machine.

Type

Machine Type of the machine.

Serial Number

Serial Number of the machine.

SMR

Latest service meter reading of the machine

Odometer

Latest odometer reading of the machine

10

Last communication date

11

GPS Time

GPS coordinate measurement time. Normally, GPS coordinate will be


measured before sending Daily data, Weekly data.

12

Job site

Job site of the machine registered by the customer

Time at which the machine has communicated recently.

Operator name registered by the customer. Display all the 3 operator


names in a single column. ( Maximum 3 operators names can be
registered)

13

Operator name

14

Maintenance Incharge

15

Remarks

Remarks about machine registered by customer

16

User memo

User memo registered by customer

17

Maintenance Item

Maintenance item

18

Hours to Next Maintenance

Time period left for next maintenance of the machine.

19

Komatsu suggested interval

Interval hours recommended by Komatsu

20

Settled interval in monitor

Replacement interval settings is displayed.

21

Last Maintenance Date

Date of last maintenance for the machine.

22

SMR @Last Maintenance

Service meter reading at last maintenance of the machine.

Maintenance In-charge name registered by the customer

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To set grouping condition

Grouping, and non grouping can be set by clicking the Grouping button.
Non grouping

Grouping

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Periodic Replacement Search screen:

S.No

Search Items

Explanation

Hours to Next Maintenance


Starting range ~ Ending range

To get the machine list by specifying the


remaining hours to the next maintenance of a
specific maintenance item or all the items.
Specify the starting hour and ending hour in the
text field. It is also possible to specify negative
value in starting hour text field denoting the time
elapsed for next maintenance.

Maintenance Item

List of maintenance items.

For other common search items, refer section 3.3 Search condition

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7. Working Status List
7.1 Daily Working Status
The daily working status data of the machines are displayed in a list.
Customer can view the daily working status of the machines with total sum on each day. Working
status of machine shows "Working hours", "Actual working hours", "Actual working ratio" and
"Fuel consumption". Customer can select the target month on which the daily working status to be
viewed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Working Status List Sub menu "Daily Working Status"

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Grand total display
The grand total can be displayed or hidden by the user by checking or un-checking the Show
Grand Total checkbox in the screen.

When the Show Grand Total checkbox is checked, user can view the Total working hours, Average
working hours and total fuel consumption in a month for all the machines (in all pages) displayed as per
the filter condition.

In the above screen, the display items that are set in the Edit layout window are displayed by
default. User can set the other additional display items by clicking the Edit layout link(refer section
3.5.4 Edit Layout ). The available items that can be displayed in Daily Working status screen is
shown in the next page.

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7. Working Status List


Display items in Daily Working Status screen
No.

Item

Description

Customer Management
Number

Customer Management Number of a machine registered by the


Customer.

Customer Machine Number

Customer Machine Number of a machine registered by the Customer.

Machine type

Machine type such as "Hydraulic Excavators, "Bulldozers".

Manufacturer

List of Manufacturer names.

Model

Model of the machine

Type

Machine Type of the machine.

Serial Number

Serial Number of the machine

SMR

Latest service meter reading of the machine

Odometer

Latest odometer reading of the machine

10

Last communication date

Time at which the machine has communicated recently.

11

GPS time

GPS measured time.

12

Job site

Job site of the machine registered by the customer

13

Operator names

Operator name registered by the customer. Display all the 3 operator


names in a single column. ( Maximum 3 operators names can be
registered)

14

Maintenance Incharge

Maintenance In-charge name registered by the customer

15

Item
(Working Status items)

[Working hour], [Actual working hour], [Actual working ratio],


[Highest/Daily altitude], [Fuel consumption] , [E-Mode ratio],
[Payload], [overload count] , [Dumping count], [Fuel consumption in
actual working hours] and [Avg Throttle rate] are displayed.
Note: The working status items differ based on the machine type,
For each machine, only the items that are appropriate to the machine
type are displayed.
Payload unit: Payload is displayed either in ton or USton units
based on the selection of "Unit" during login. If "Meter" is selected, the
Payload will be displayed in units of ton and the Payload is displayed
in USton if "Mile is selected.

16

Total sum

Total sum of the machine data for the specified period

17

Daily status data

Daily data from the machines for the specified month period

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Daily Working status search screen:

S.No

Search Items

Explanation

Operation month

Select the date (Month/Year) of search target data.


Mandatory selection.

Area Information

Searching the machines by specifying the area name and


position ( Inside or Outside the area)
Note: The area has to be registered first by the customer
to filter the machines based on area status. The area can
be registered from management menu(Section 3.1 ->(4))

For other common search items, refer section 3.3 Search condition

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7.2 Monthly Working Status
The monthly working status data of the machines are displayed in a list.
Customer can view the monthly working status of the machines for 1 year with total sum. This
screen shows monthly "Working hours", "Actual working hours", "Actual working ratio" , "Fuel
consumption ,"E mode ratio, etc.. Customer can select the 12 months duration on which the
monthly working status to be viewed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Working Status List Sub menu "Monthly Working Status

Screen Layout

By checking or unchecking the "Grand total", check box will display or not display the grand
total in the list.

In the above screen, the display items that are set in the Edit layout window are displayed by default. User can
set the other additional display items by clicking the Edit layout link(refer section 3.5.4 Edit Layout ). The
available items that can be displayed in Monthly Working Status screen is shown in the next page.

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7. Working Status List


Display items in Monthly Working Status screen
No.

Item

Description

Customer Management
Number

Customer Management Number of a machine registered by the


Customer.

Customer Machine Number

Customer Machine Number of a machine registered by the Customer.

Machine type

Machine type such as "Hydraulic Excavators, "Bulldozers".

Manufacturer

List of Manufacturer names

Model

Model of the machine

Type

Machine Type of the machine.

Serial Number

Serial Number of the machine

SMR

Latest service meter reading of the machine

Odometer

Latest odometer reading of the machine

10

Last communication date

Time at which the machine has communicated recently.

11

GPS time

GPS measured time.

12

Job site

Job site of the machine registered by the customer

13

Operator names

Operator name registered by the customer. Display all the 3 operator


names in a single column. ( Maximum 3 operators names can be
registered)

14

Maintenance Incharge

Maintenance In-charge name registered by the customer

15

Items
(Working Status Items)

[Working hour], [Actual working hour], [Actual working ratio],


[Highest/Daily altitude], [Fuel consumption] , [E-Mode ratio],
[Payload], [overload count] , [Dumping count] ,
[Fuel consumption in actual working hours] and [Avg Throttle rate]
Note: The working status items differ based on the machine type,
For each machine, only the items that are appropriate to the machine
type are displayed.
Payload unit: Payload is displayed either in ton or USton units
based on the selection of "Unit" during login. If "Meter" is selected, the
Payload will be displayed in units of ton and the Payload is displayed
in USton if "Mile is selected.

16

Total sum

Total sum of the machine data for the specified period

17

Daily status data

Data from the machines for the specified month period

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Monthly Working status search screen:

S.No

Search Items

Explanation

Operation month

Select the start date (Month/Year) and end date


(Month/Year) of search target data.
Mandatory selection.

Area Information

Searching the machines by specifying the area name and


position ( Inside or Outside the area).

For other common search items, refer section 3.3 Search condition

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8. Terminal Condition
8. Terminal condition
8.1 No Communication
Machines which has not communicated for number of hours specified in search condition will be displayed.
Note: This screen is displayed for the customer, only when the Distributor set the special authority to the
user.
[Screen access] Top menu Terminal Condition Sub menu " No Communication"

Screen Layout

In the above screen, the display items that are set in the Edit layout window are displayed by default. User can
set the other additional display items by clicking the Edit layout link(refer section 3.5.4 Edit Layout ). The
available items that can be displayed in No Communication screen is shown in the next page.

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Display items in No Communication screen

No.

Item

Description

Customer Management
Number

Customer Management Number of a machine registered by the


Customer.

Customer Machine
Number

Customer Machine Number of a machine registered by the


Customer.

Machine type

Machine type such as "Hydraulic Excavators, "Bulldozers".

Manufacturer

List of Manufacturer names

Model

Model of the machine

Type

Machine Type of the machine.

Serial Number

Serial Number of the machine

SMR

Latest service meter reading of the machine

Odometer

Latest odometer reading of the machine

10

Last communication date

Time at which the machine has communicated recently.

11

GPS time

GPS measured time.

12

Job site

Job site of the machine registered by the customer

13

Operator names

Operator name registered by the customer. Display all the 3


operator names in a single column. ( Maximum 3 operators
names can be registered)

14

Maintenance Incharge

Maintenance In-charge name registered by the customer

15

Remarks

Remarks about machine registered by customer

16

User Memo

User memo registered by customer

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No Communication search screen:

S.No
1

Search Items

No communication for more than


XXXX hours:
Maximum 999999 hours.

Explanation

Specify the number of hours, the machine has


not communicated.

For other common search items, refer section 3.3 Search condition

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2.3 No GPS
Machines whose location was not measured by GPS for the number of hours specified in search
condition will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu Terminal Condition Sub menu " No GPS"

Screen Layout

In the above screen, the display items that are set in the Edit layout window are displayed by default. User can
set the other additional display items by clicking the Edit layout link(refer section 3.5.4 Edit Layout ). The
available items that can be displayed in No GPS screen is shown in the next page.

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Display items in No GPS screen

No.

Item

Description

Customer Management
Number

Customer Management Number of a machine registered by the


Customer.

Customer Machine
Number

Customer Machine Number of a machine registered by the


Customer.

Machine type

Machine type such as "Hydraulic Excavators, "Bulldozers".

Manufacturer

List of Manufacturer names.

Model

Model of the machine

Type

Machine Type of the machine.

Serial Number

Serial Number of the machine

SMR

Latest service meter reading of the machine

Odometer

Latest odometer reading of the machine

10

Last communication date

Time at which the machine has communicated recently.

11

GPS time

GPS measured time.

12

Job site

Job site of the machine registered by the customer

13

Operator names

Operator name registered by the customer. Display all the 3


operator names in a single column. ( Maximum 3 operators
names can be registered)

14

Maintenance Incharge

Maintenance In-charge name registered by the customer

15

Remarks

Remarks about machine registered by customer

16

User Memo

User memo registered by customer

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No GPS search screen:

S.No
1

Search Items

No GPS Report for more than


XXXX hours:
Maximum 999999 hours.

Explanation

Specify the number of hours, the machine has


no GPS report.

For other common search items, refer section 3.3 Search condition

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8. Terminal Condition
8.3 Notice
The machines with latest notices will be displayed and this screen also enables the user to
search the machines based on notices raised from the machine.
[Screen access] Top menu Terminal Condition Sub menu " Notice"

Screen Layout

In the above screen, the display items that are set in the Edit layout window are displayed by default. User can
set the other additional display items by clicking the Edit layout link(refer section 3.5.4 Edit Layout ). The
available items that can be displayed in Notice screen is shown in the next page.

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Display items in Notice screen

No.

Item

Description

Customer Management
Number

Customer Management Number of a machine registered by the


Customer.

Customer Machine
Number

Customer Machine Number of a machine registered by the


Customer.

Machine type

Machine type such as "Hydraulic Excavators, "Bulldozers".

Manufacturer

List of Manufacturer names.

Model

Model of the machine

Type

Machine Type of the machine.

Serial Number

Serial Number of the machine

SMR

Latest service meter reading of the machine

Odometer

Latest odometer reading of the machine

10

Last communication date

Time at which the machine has communicated recently.

11

GPS time

GPS measured time.

12

Job site

Job site of the machine registered by the customer

13

Operator names

Operator name registered by the customer. Display all the 3


operator names in a single column. ( Maximum 3 operators
names can be registered)

14

Maintenance Incharge

Maintenance In-charge name registered by the customer

15

Remarks

Remarks about machine registered by customer

16

User Memo

User memo registered by customer

17

Notice Date

Date of notice

18

Notice

Notice item raised from the machine

19

Notice Description

Notice description

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For common search
items, refer section 3.3
Search condition

Notice search screen:

S.No

Search Items

Explanation

Notice

List of Notice items. Refer following table for all


the Notices and classifications.

Notice Description

Notice descriptions. Refer following table for all


the Notice descriptions.

Days

Notices raised for the specified days.


3days or 5days or 7days

Period

Notices raised during the specific period.

Notice items & Notice description table


S.No

Notice items

Notice Description

Suspicion lock

Engine was started, during engine re-starting lock period.


There was engine starting operation during engine re-starting lock
period.

GPS Measurement

Machine position has been immeasurable for more than 1 week.


Engine started position is away from previously started position
Engine stopped position is away from previously stopped position
GPS measured position is away from previously measured position

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S.No

Notice items

Notice Description

Power supply on chassis

Battery voltage of machine is low.


KOMTRAX electric source of machine was disconnected

Moved Machine

Machine may have moved


Machine may have stopped moving

Replacement period information

There is maintenance notice.


Maintenance Notice after inspection

Caution

There was caution information from machine.

KDPF

KDPF regeneration information was received


KDPF maintenance notice was received.

Out of customer range notification

Machine has exited a registered customer area.


Machine has entered a registered customer area.
Machine has exited a registered customer group area.
Machine has entered a registered customer group area.

Altitude Out of range notification

Machine is at an altitude above 3000 meters


Machine is at an altitude below 3000 meters
Machine altitude changed more than 500 meters

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9.

Area Notice

The machines with Area notice such as machines entering in area or moving out of area registered by
customer will be displayed and the action taken for the corresponding notice can be managed. This
screen also enables the user to search the machines based on action taken for the area notice.
Note: Area notice will be received only when the customer register the area from the management
menu explained in section 3.1 Menu Bar (4) Management menu.
[Screen access] Top menu Security Sub menu " Area Notice"

Screen Layout

In the above screen, the display items that are set in the Edit layout window are displayed by default. User can
set the other additional display items by clicking the Edit layout link(refer section 3.5.4 Edit Layout ). The
available items that can be displayed in Area Notice screen is shown in the next page.

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9. Area Notice
Display items in Area Notice screen

No.

Item

Description

Customer Management
Number

Customer Management Number of a machine registered by the


Customer.

Customer Machine
Number

Customer Machine Number of a machine registered by the


Customer.

Machine type

Machine type such as "Hydraulic Excavators, "Bulldozers".

Manufacturer

List of Manufacturer names.

Model

Model of the machine

Type

Machine Type of the machine.

Serial Number

Serial Number of the machine

SMR

Latest service meter reading of the machine

Odometer

Latest odometer reading of the machine

10

Last communication date

Time at which the machine has communicated recently.

11

Job site

Job site of the machine registered by the customer

12

Operator names

Operator name registered by the customer. Display all the 3


operator names in a single column. ( Maximum 3 operators
names can be registered)

13

Maintenance Incharge

Maintenance In-charge name registered by the customer

14

Remarks

Remarks about machine registered by customer

15

User Memo

User memo registered by customer

16

Event Time

Date & Time of event data sent to KOMTRAX.

17

GPS Time

GPS measured time

18

Area

The name of the registered area.

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No.

Item

Description

19

Notice
description

Notice description

20

Action category

Action status of the area notice record machines

21

Action details

Action taken details

22

Action date

Action taken date

23

Memo

Additional memo registered while entering the Action details.

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Action items:
Details-By clicking the Details icon of any area notice of the machine displayed in the list, the
action details can be confirmed in the slide window.

Area notice details window:

Area: Name of the area where the machine


moved in or moved out.
Notice: Area notice
Event Time: Date & Time of event data sent
to KOMTRAX.
GPS Time: GPS measured time
Action: Current action recorded
Action date: Action update date
Memo: Additional information input

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Action items:
Edit-By clicking the Edit icon of any Area notice of machine displayed in the list, Slide in screen
will be opened where the user can update the action details.

Action: Current action record. Change the


action status in case of any action has taken.
Action date: Action update date
Memo: Additional information input

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9. Area Notice
Select the action taken and date of action.
Enter any additional comments in Memo and
click the OK button to update the action
taken for a specific machine.

After applying the settings, the Area notice machine list screen will reflect the updates in
appropriate machine record.

Note: When the action is selected as Not Yet, then the Action date fields
becomes non editable and when the user clicks OK button, Action date will be
saved as null in the database to enable the user to re enter the status and
action date.

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Area Notice Search condition:

S.No

Search Items

Explanation

Action

To search the machines with action status selected here.


Options: All, Not yet, In Action, Not Yet + In Action and
Done

Area

Registered area list

Notice Description

Notice details description. It has following options.


Machine has exited a registered customer area.
Machine has entered a registered customer area.
Machine has exited a registered customer group area.
Machine has entered a registered customer group area.

Action Date
From ~ To date

Date on which any action is taken or the action status is


changed.

For other common search items, refer section 3.3 Search condition

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10. Machine Monitoring

10. Machine Monitoring


10.1

Location/SMR/Working

Detail information related to machine position, service meter, operation status of specific machine
will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Machine monitoring Sub menu "Location/SMR/working"

10.1.1 (A) Machine location

5
1

7
9

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No.

Item

Description

LAT.

The latitude information of the latest location will be displayed for the
date specified in the machines calendar.
Display format will be "North latitude" (degree.minutes.seconds) format.

LONG.

The longitude information of the latest location will be displayed for the
date specified in the machines calendar.
Display format will be "west longitude" (degree.minutes.seconds)
format.

Event time

Time at which the event data is sent by the machine.

GPS time

GPS measured time

Record
(button)

Navigate to "Location record" screen of machine.


For details on "Location record" screen, see section "Monthly
location record".

Altitude

Altitude calculated from the GPS data.

GPS time

GPS measured time of GPS data used for Altitude measurement.

Location
Export

Latest machine location coordinates are displayed in "Decimal


Degrees which enable the users to copy the coordinates and use it in
other application.

Google button

Google map will be opened in the new screen by clicking this button.
The map will be displayed with the machine latest position as
coordinates mentioned in the Location export box.

10.1.2 (B) Service meter


3
1

No.

Item

Description

SMR value

The latest service meter value will be displayed for the date
specified in the machines calendar.

Date

Date time of that service meter will be displayed.

Record

Navigate to Monthly SMR Record" of machine.


For details, see section "Monthly SMR record".

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10.1.3 (C) Operation status
Information
No data will be displayed on non-working days.

5
1

3
No.

Item/button
name

Description

Working
status

The latest working status will be shown for the date specified in
item 4.
The blue segment indicates when the engine is switched on.
The display is in 15 minute intervals.

Fuel

This is the fuel level in the tank at the time of the data transmission,
for the date specified in item 4.

Water temp.

This is the maximum water temperature reached during the day


specified in item 4.

Date

Day, month, year of operation status, fuel, water temperature will be


displayed.

Record

Navigate to Working record" of machine.


For details on "Working record", see section "Monthly working
record".

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10.2 Notice
The detail information related to Notice information of specific machine will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Machine monitoring Sub menu "Notice"

10.2.1 (1) Display "Notice info of target machine"


2

No.

Item/button
name

Description

Update time

Latest time at which the applicable notice was received from target
machine.

Notice

Notice item received from the target machine.

Notice

Notice description received from target machine.

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10.2.2

(2) Narrow down using "Notice", "Duration" and "Display conditions"

Filter by notice item, specified days (duration), display conditions.


The notice information of specific machine can be narrowed down by specifying "Notice", "Duration
and "Display conditions".

1
2

No.

Item/button
name

Description

Selection
Machine

User can select an option from types of machines available

3 Days

Display the notice which occurred within 3 days starting from


current day.

5 Days

Display the notice which occurred within 5 days starting from


current day.

7 Days

Display the notice which occurred within 7 days starting from


current day.

Period

Display the notice which occurred from the specified start date to
end date.

Conditions no
communication

Display the notice which has occurred due to no communication


for the specified hours.

No GPS report

Display the notice which has occurred due to no GPS for the
specified hour.

No Usage

Display the notice which has occurred due to machine not


working for the specified days.

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10.3 Caution/Periodic Maintenance
The detail information related to caution, periodic maintenance of specific machine.
[Screen access] Top menu "Machine monitoring Sub menu "Caution/Periodic Maintenance"

10.3.1 (A) Caution

1
4

No.

Item/button
name

Description

Times of caution

For the date shown in item 3, the caution history will be shown.
NOTE : Each time a caution occurs, the whole hour will be shown as red.
To see the details on the caution, use the Record button (item 4).

Type

The type of caution occurred will be displayed as icon.


Please refer the following for icon description.

Date

Caution occurrence date will be displayed.

Record(button)

Navigate to "Caution Record" screen. For details refer section 11.1

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Caution icon and definition description (in case of PC200-7)
Filter by notice item, specified days (duration), display conditions.
The notice information of specific machine can be narrowed down by specifying "Notice", "Duration
and "Display conditions".

Coolant temp.

Coolant overheat

Water temperature is more than 102


degree.

Engine oil
pressure

Engine oil
pressure
low

Engine oil pressure is less than 0.5


kgf/cm
while the engine is running.

Battery
charge

No alternate
battery

Alternate charge voltage is less than


12V
while the engine is running.

Engine oil
level

Engine oil level


low

Oil level in oil pan is less than 16


liters while
the engine is stopping.

Filter clogged

Air cleaner
element
blocked

Engine suction pressure (negative


pressure)
is more than 762 mm H20.

Coolant level

Coolant level low

Radiator sub tank capacity is less


than
0.43 later.

Operating oil
temp.

Operating oil
overheat

Oil temperature is more than 102


degree.

T/C oil temp.

T/C, P/T oil temp.


overheat

Oil temperature is more than 102


degree.

Brake oil
pressure

Brake oil
pressure
low

Brake circuit oil pressure is less than


55 kgf/cm.

Water
Separator

Water Separator
Change

The water separator needs attention.

Over Load

Machine over
load

The machine has exceeded the safe


working
load. This is measured as pressure
on the
boom cylinder.

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10.3.2

(B) Periodic maintenance

3
7

No.

Item/button
name

Description

Item

Replacement parts of machine will be displayed.

Komatsu
suggested
interval

Komatsu suggested interval will be displayed.

Last maintenance
date

Latest replacement date will be displayed for the date specified


in the calendar.

SMR @ Last
maintenance

SMR will be displayed on the replacement day as given in (3).

Hours to next
maintenance

Hours to next maintenance will be displayed for the date


specified in calendar.
(If the replacement interval has been modified, then the display
may not be proper)

Latest SMR value

SMR value will be displayed for the date specified in calendar.

Record(button)

Navigate to Replacement period" screen of machine.


For details on Replacement period", see section 11.3
Maintenance Notice.

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11. Caution/Periodic Maintenance


11.1 Caution
The detail information related to caution of specific machine will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Caution/Periodic maintenance Sub menu "Caution"

11.1.1 (A) Specifying display date


1

No.

Item

Description

Start day

Specify start year to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Start month

Specify start year to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Start year

Specify start year to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

End day

Specify start year to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

End month

Specify start year to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

End year

Specify start year to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Update
(button)

Re-displayed by specifying "Day", "Month", "Year".

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11.1.2 (B) Page switchover
1

NOTE
By default, the number of items that can be displayed
in a screen is 10. The number of items to
be displayed can be modified by Edit Layout link at the
bottom of left side menu.

No.

Item/button
name

Description

Previous page will be displayed.

Next page will be displayed.

Page (pull
down)

Next page will be displayed.

11.1.3 (C) Caution data display


2

No.

Item

Description

Date

The target date will be displayed.


Data will not be displayed for those days with no caution map data.

Times of
caution

Caution map for the target date will be displayed.


Time zone for which the caution has occurred will be displayed in red.

Type

Type of caution that has occurred will be displayed as icon.

Details

Navigate to "Detail record" screen of machine.


For details on "Detail record" screen, see section 11.2 .

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11.2

Caution record details

11.2.1 (A) Display "Selection"


1
No.

Item

Description

Display

Specify the display condition. Select from "Item order" "Time order.

11.2.2 (B) Display 1 "Caution data"


2

No.

Item

Description

Date

Target date will be displayed.

Times of caution

Caution map of target date will be displayed.


Time zone at which the caution has occurred will be displayed in red.

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11.2.3 (C) Display 2 "Caution detail data"
Information
Screen display contents will change on selecting the "Item order" and "Time order" in "Display".

On selecting "Item order"


2

No.

Item

Description

Type

Caution that has occurred will be displayed as icon.

Times of
caution

Caution map for target date will be displayed.


Time zone for which the caution has occurred will be displayed in red.

Total

Total occurrence time of caution will be displayed in minutes.

On selecting "Time order"


1

No.

Item

Description

Time

Time zone of the occurred caution for the target day will be displayed in
1 hours unit.
Time zone will not be displayed for the duration where caution has not
occurred.

Type

Caution occurred will be displayed as icon.

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11.2.4 (D) "Return" button

No.

Item/button
name

Description

Return
(button)

Return to the previous display screen Caution/Periodic


Maintenance Caution".

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11.3

Maintenance notice

The detail information related to Periodic maintenance record of specific machine will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Caution/Periodic maintenance Sub menu "Maintenance
notice record"

C
B

11.3.1

(A) Specifying "Display duration", "Item" and "Sort method"


1

11

10

No.

Item

Description

Start day

Specify start day to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Start month

Specify start month to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Start year

Specify start year to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

End day

Specify end day to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

End month

Specify end month to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

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No.

Item

Description

End year

Specify end year to be displayed.


Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Display

Select the display item. Items that can be selected are "All item", "Each
item".
Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Sort method

Selected items can be sorted. The items that can be selected are
"Item", "Replacement interval", "Maintenance date", "SMR
@Maintenance".
Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Down

Sorting can be set as descending order.


Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

10

Up

Sorting can be set as ascending order.


Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

11

Update (button)

List will be re-displayed with the specified "Day", "Month", "Year",


"Display", "Sort method", "Sort order".

11.3.2 (B) Page switchover


1

No.

Item/button
name

Previous page will be displayed.

Next page will be displayed.


Page (pull
down)

Description

Next page will be displayed.

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11.3.3 (C) Display "Maintenance item"
2

No.

Item

Description

Item

The component to be replaced will be displayed.

Replacement
interval

The replacement time till maintenance will be displayed.

Replace date

Maintenance date will be displayed.

SMR at the time of


exchange

Service meter value on (3) maintenance day will be displayed.

Hours on item

The usage time of that component will be displayed. Characters


with blue display are the components currently in use.

11.3.4 (D) Display "Latest SMR value"

No.

Item

Description

Latest SMR
value

Latest SMR value will be displayed.

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12. Monthly Record


12.1

Monthly status summary

The summary of monthly operation status (load summary, monthly working, monthly movement)
of specific machines will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Monthly record Sub menu "Monthly status summary"

12.1.1 (A) Specifying display date


1

No.

Item

Description

Month

Specify the month to be displayed for "Monthly info".


Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Year

Specify the year to be displayed for "Monthly info".


Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Update
(button)

Re-display the "Monthly information" with the selected "Month", "Year


fields.

Display the "Monthly information" of the previous month.

Display the "Monthly information" of the next month.

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12.1.2 (B) Display "Monthly info data"


1

No.

Item

Description

Monthly load
graph

Cumulative load graph of machine will be displayed

Monthly operation
status

Working days and non-working days of machine will be


displayed in color coded graph.

Days of operation

Total number of operational days of machine will be displayed.

Accumulated
monthly SMR

Total service meter value of machine will be displayed.

Avg. SMR/day

Average service meter value per working day of machine will


be displayed.

Monthly
movement status

Both horizontal and vertical movement days and nonmovement days of machine will be displayed in color coded
graph.

Days of
movement

Total days of horizontal and vertical movement of machine will


be displayed.

Actual operation
ratio

Approximate value for (lever operation time) / (service meter)


of machine in % will be displayed.

ATT ratio

Approximate value for (attachment operation time) / (service


meter) of machine in % will be displayed.

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12.2

Monthly location record

The detail information related to monthly location record of specific machine will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Monthly record Sub menu "Monthly location record"

12.1.1 (A) Specifying display date


1

No.

Item

Description

Start day

Specify start day to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Start month

Specify start month to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Start year

Specify start year to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

End day

Specify end day to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

End month

Specify end month to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

End year

Specify end year to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Update

Re-displayed by specifying "Day", "Month", "Year".

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12.2.2 (B) Page switchover
1
NOTE
By default, the number of items that can be displayed
in a screen is 10. The number of items to be displayed can be
modified by Edit Layout link at the bottom of left side menu.

No.

Item/button
name

Description

Previous page will be displayed.

Next page will be displayed.

Page (pull down)

Next page will be displayed.

12.2.3 (C) Display "Map


The location map of machine will be displayed. The location of Max 10 machines can be displayed
in a screen. The next 10 machines can be displayed by using "Page. Movement of center
location, zoom-in, zoom-out can be done in the map.
For details of these operation instructions, see 3.6 Map Operation.

12.2.4 (D) Display "Location Item"


1

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No.

Item

Description

No.

A reference number used in list and in the icon displayed on the


map.
This will match with the number inside [ ] displayed besides the
map icon.

Event

Reason of sending the location data (event) will be displayed.

Event time

Time at which the event data is sent from the machine.

GPS time

GPS measured time

LAT.

The latitude information of the latest location will be displayed for


the date specified in the machines calendar.
Display format will be "North latitude" (degree.minutes.seconds)
format.

LONG.

The longitude information of the latest location will be displayed for


the date specified in the machines calendar.
Display format will be "West longitude" (degree.minutes.seconds)
format.

Engine

Engine operation status of machine while sending the location data


will be displayed.

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12.3

Monthly SMR record

The Detail Information related to monthly SMR record of specific machine will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Monthly record Sub menu "Monthly SMR record"

12.3.1 (A) Specifying display date


1

No.

Item

Description

Month (input)

Specify the month to be displayed.


Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Year (input)

Specify the year to be displayed.


Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Update (button)

Graph will be re-displayed with the specified "Month", "Year".

Previous month will be displayed.

Next month will be displayed.

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12.3.2 (B) Display "Service meter log data"

No.

Item

Description

Day/month/year

Target date will be displayed

Service meter

The final service meter of the day will be displayed as graph.


NOTE
Graph will be displayed with broken lines for those days service
meter data could not be fetched.

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12.4 Monthly working record
The detail information related to monthly working record of specific machine will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Monthly record Sub menu "Monthly working record"

A
C

12.4.1 (A) Specifying display date


1

No.

Item

Description

Start day

Specify start day to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Start month

Specify start month to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Start year

Specify start year to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

End day

Specify end day to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

End month

Specify end month to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

End year

Specify end year to be displayed. Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Update (button)

Re-displayed by specifying "Day", "Month", "Year".

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12.4.2 (B) Page switchover
1

NOTE
By default, the number of items that can be displayed
in a screen is 10. The number of items to be displayed
can be modified by Edit Layout link at the bottom of left
side menu.

No.

Item/button
name

Description

Previous page will be displayed.

Next page will be displayed.

Page (pull down)

Jumps to the selected page.

12.4.3 (C) Display "Working record data


Information
Data will not be displayed for the non-working days.
1

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No.

Item

Description

Date

The target date will be displayed.


Data will not be displayed for those days with no working map data.

Working status

Working map for the target day will be displayed.

Working hour

Working hours for the target day will be displayed.

Actual working
hour

Lever operation hours for the target day.


(Data for the current day will not be displayed)

ATT working

Attachment operation hours for the target day.


(Data for the current day will not be displayed)

Fuel

This is the fuel level in the fuel tank when the data is transmitted to
KOMTRAX.
Data will not be displayed for those day with working hours "0.0H".
If the checkbox "Low fuel level is indicated with red" is checked in
Edit Layout ", then red color will be displayed if the fuel level drops
low.(refer the note below)

Water temp.

This is the maximum water temperature for the day.


Data will not be displayed for those days with working hours "0.0H".

NOTE
To display the low fuel indication in Red, check "Low fuel level is indicated with red" is checked in Edit Layout
as shown below.

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12.5

Monthly actual working hours

The detail information related to monthly actual working hours of specific machines will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Monthly record Sub menu "Monthly actual working hour record"

12.5.1 (A) Specifying display date


1

No.

Item

Description

Month (input)

Specify the month to be displayed.


Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Year (input)

Specify the year to be displayed.


Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Update (button)

Graph will be re-displayed with the specified "Month", "Year".

Previous month will be displayed.

Next month will be displayed.

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12.5.2 (B) Display "Actual working record data"

No.

Item

Description

Day/month/ye
ar

Target date will be displayed

Each
operation
time

Three items are displayed:


1. Working hour in red (engine on time).
2. Actual working hours in blue (time when PPC is used).
3. Attachment working time in yellow.
NOTE
Based on machine type, ATT hours may not be displayed

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12.6

Monthly Record

Monthly record of Fuel Consumption

The detail information related to monthly fuel consumption of specific machines will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Monthly record Sub menu "Monthly record of Fuel
consumption"

12.6.1 (A) Specifying display date


1

No.

Item

Description

Month (input)

Specify the month to be displayed.


Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Year (input)

Specify the year to be displayed.


Re-display by clicking "Update" button.

Update (button)

Graph will be re-displayed with the specified "Month", "Year".

Previous month will be displayed.

Next month will be displayed.

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12.6.2 (B) Display Fuel consumption graph"

1
2

No.

Item

Description

Day/month/year

Target date will be displayed

Fuel
consumption in
Liters or Gallons

Amount of fuel consumed by a specific machine will be displayed


in bar graph on a daily basis.
(*1) If the machine has not worked for a particular day and if the
daily data is sent from the machine properly, then the fuel
consumed for that particular day will be 0[L].
Due to some communication failure, if the daily data was not sent
from the machine, then N will be displayed for days the
communication was not received from the machine, regardless
of whether the machine has worked or not on that particular day.
(*2) If the user has selected Meter during login, then the fuel
consumed will be displayed in terms of Liters.
If the user has selected Miles" during login, then the fuel
consumed will be displayed in terms of Gallons.

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12.7 Monthly Operation mode record
The Detail Information related to Monthly Operation mode and detailed information of specific machines
will be displayed. (Monthly operation mode record will be available only for applicable machines)
[ Screen Access ] TOP Menu Monthly Record -> Sub Menu Monthly Operation Mode Record

(I)

(II) (IV)

(I)

Specifying display date

(1)

(2)

(3)

(5)

(4)

(6)

No

Item

Description

Year (Input)

Specify the year to be displayed. Re-displayed by (6) Update button.

Month (Input)

Specify the month to be displayed. Re-displayed by (6) Update button.

Month

Display previous months information.

Month

Display next months information.

Standard Mode (Pull Down)

Select the mode that is basement of the graph.

Update (Button)

Re-display by specifying year, month, Standard Mode.

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(II)

Operation History Data display - Hydraulic Excavators

(1)

(2)

No
.

Item

Description

Operation mode graph


(Hours)

Graph is displayed based on detailed operation hours of each


operation mode.

Operation mode graph


(Ratio)

Graph is displayed based on details operation hour ratio of each


operation mode.

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(III)

Operation History Data display - Bull dozers

(1)

(2)

No
.

Item

Description

Operation mode graph


(Hours)

Graph is displayed based on detailed operation hours of each


operation mode.

Operation mode graph


(Ratio)

Graph is displayed based on details operation hour ratio of each


operation mode.

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(IV)

Operation History Data display - Wheel loaders/ Dump trucks

(1)

(2)

No
.

Item

Description

Operation mode graph


(Hours)

Graph is displayed based on detailed operation hours of each


operation mode.

Operation mode graph


(Ratio)

Graph is displayed based on details operation hour ratio of each


operation mode.

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12.8 Monthly E-mode Record
The Detail Information related to Monthly Actual working hours and E-Mode hours (In Actual working hour)
information of specific machines will be displayed. (Monthly E-mode operation record will be available only for
applicable machines)
[ Screen Access ] TOP Menu Monthly Record -> Sub Menu Monthly E-mode Record

(I)

(II)

(I)

Specifying display date

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

No
.

Item

Description

Year (Input)

Specify the year to be displayed. Re-displayed by (3) Update button.

Month (Input)

Specify the month to be displayed. Re-displayed by (3) Update button.

Update (Button)

Re-display by specifying year, month.

Month

Display previous months information.

Month

Display next months information.

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(II)

Emode Operation record Data display

(1)

(2)
(3)

No
.

Item

Description

Each operation time

Actual working hours (Lever operation hours) , E-mode operation


hours will be displayed in bar graph on a daily basis.

Date

Specified Date will be displayed.

Throttle Dial position(%)

Average Throttle Dial position is displayed.


Eg: When 4hours with 80% Dial position & 4hours with 90% dial
position is operated by the machine then the average is shown as
85%.

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12.9 Monthly Travel Record
Monthly travel record for specific machine is displayed in graph. (Monthly travel record will be available
only for applicable machines)
[ Screen Access ] TOP Menu Monthly Record -> Sub Menu Monthly Travel Record

(I)

(II)

(I)

Specifying display date

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

No
.

Item

Description

Year (Input)

Specify the year to be displayed. Re-displayed by (3) Update button.

Month (Input)

Specify the month to be displayed. Re-displayed by (3) Update button.

Update (Button)

Re-display by specifying year, month.

Month

Display previous months information.

Month

Display next months information.

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(II)

Travel record Data display Hydraulic excavators

(2)

(1)

No

Item

Description

Date

All days of the Specified month will be displayed.

Each operation time

Actual working hours and Travel hours will be displayed in bar graph
on a daily basis.

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12.10 Monthly Breaker Record
Monthly Breaker hours record of specific machine is displayed on graph. (Monthly Breaker record will be
available only for applicable machines)
[ Screen Access ] TOP Menu Monthly Record -> Sub Menu Monthly Breaker Record

(I)

(II)

(I)

Specifying display date

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

No
.

Item

Description

Year (Input)

Specify the year to be displayed. Re-displayed by (3) Update button.

Month (Input)

Specify the month to be displayed. Re-displayed by (3) Update button.

Update (Button)

Re-display by specifying year, month.

Month

Display previous months information.

Month

Display next months information.

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(II)

Breaker record Data display

(1)

No
.

Item

Description

Each operation time

Actual working hours (Lever operation hours ), ATT (Attachment)


operation hours, Breaker operation hours will be displayed in bar
graph on a daily basis.

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12.11 Monthly Energy Saving Guidance Record
Monthly energy saving guidance record is displayed for applicable machines.

[Screen Access ] TOP Menu Monthly Record --> Sub Menu Monthly Energy Saving Guidance
Record

(I)

(II)

(I)

Specifying display date

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

No
.

Item

Description

Year (Input)

Specify the year to be displayed. Re-displayed by (3) Update button.

Month (Input)

Specify the month to be displayed. Re-displayed by (3) Update button.

Update (Button)

Re-display by specifying year, month.

Month

Display previous months information.

Month

Display next months information.

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(II) ECO record Data display
The items displayed in the Eco record data varies according to the machine type.

For Hydraulic excavator


No.

Item

Description

Date

The days from start to end of the specified month.

Working Hours

Working hours for the specified day will be displayed .

Actual Working Hours

Lever operation hours for the specified day will be displayed

Travel Hours

Travel hours for the specified day will be displayed

Long time Idling Hours


(times)

Number of Long time Idling occurrence is displayed.

Per Working Hour (times /


H)

From the total working hours on the specified day, the number of Long time Idling
occurrence per hour is calculated and displayed.

E-mode Recommendation
(times)

Number of E-mode recommendation occurrence is displayed.

Per Actual Working Hour


(times / H)

From the total actual working hours on the specified day, the number of E-mode
recommendation occurrence per hour is calculated and displayed.

Hyd Relief count

Number of oil pressure relief is displayed.

10

Per Actual Working Hour


(times / H)

Number of Oil pressure relief occurrence per actual working hour is displayed.

11

Partial throttle travel


recommendation (times)

Number of occurrence of Partial throttle travel recommendation is displayed.

12

Per actual working hour


(times / H)

Number of occurrence of Partial throttle travel recommendation per actual working


hour is displayed.

13

Fuel Consumption Display


Record on Monitor

It shows whether the Fuel consumption log exist or not.


Yes: List exists, No: List does not exists.

14

Guidance display setting

Guidance display setting condition(ON/OFF) is displayed.

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For Bulldozers
No
.

Item

Description

Date

The days from start to end of the specified month.

Working Hours

Working hours for the specified day will be displayed

Actual Working Hours

Lever operation hours for the specified day will be displayed

Travel Hours

Travel hours for the specified day will be displayed

Long time Idling Hours


(times)

Number of Long time Idling occurrence is displayed.

Per Working Hour


(times / H)

From the total working hours on the specified day, the number of Long time
Idling occurrence per hour is calculated and displayed.

E-mode
Recommendation
(times)

Number of E-mode recommendation occurrence is displayed.

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

From the total actual working hours on the specified day, the number of Emode recommendation occurrence per hour is calculated and displayed.

Hyd Relief count

Number of oil pressure relief is displayed.

10

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of Oil pressure relief occurrence per actual working hour.

11

Overload count

Number of overload occurrence.

12

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of overload occurrence per actual working hour.

13

Automatic gear shift


recommendation count
(Times)

Number of Automatic gear shift recommendation occurrence.

14

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of Automatic gear shift recommendation occurrence per actual


working hour.

15

Fuel Consumption
Display Record on
Monitor

It shows whether the Fuel consumption log exist or not.


Yes: List exists, No: List does not exists.

16

Guidance display
setting

Guidance display setting condition(ON/OFF) is displayed.

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For Wheel Loaders
No
.

Item

Description

Date

The days from start to end of the specified month.

Working Hours

Working hours for the specified day will be displayed

Actual Working Hours

Lever operation hours for the specified day will be displayed

Travel Hours

Travel hours for the specified day will be displayed

Long time Idling Hours


(times)

Number of Long time Idling occurrence is displayed.

Per Working Hour


(times / H)

From the total working hours on the specified day, the number of Long time
Idling occurrence per hour is calculated and displayed.

Hyd Relief count

Number of oil pressure relief is displayed.

Per Actual Working Hour


(times / H)

Number of Oil pressure relief occurrence per actual working hour.

Brake drag count

Number of Brake drag occurrence is displayed.

10

Per Actual Working Hour


(times / H)

Number of Brake drag occurrence per actual working hours.

11

Over accelerating count

Number of times the accelerator was over stepped.

12

Per Actual Working Hour


(times / H)

Number of times the accelerator was over stepped per actual working hour.

13

Fourth Gear speed


Recommendation count

Number of times the Fourth gear speed recommendation has occurred.

14

Per Actual Working Hour


(times / H)

Number of times the Fourth gear speed recommendation has occurred per
actual working hour.

15

Lock-Up
Recommendation count

Number of times the Lock up recommendation has occurred.

16

Per Actual Working Hour


(times / H)

Number of times the Lock up recommendation has occurred per actual working
hour.

17

Long Time Excavating


count

Number of times the Long hours of excavation has occurred.

18

Per Actual Working Hour


(times / H)

Number of times the Long hours of excavation has occurred per actual working
hour.

19

Fuel Consumption
Display Record on
Monitor

It shows whether the Fuel consumption log exist or not.


Yes: List exists, No: List does not exists.

20

Guidance display setting

Guidance display setting condition(ON/OFF) is displayed.

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For Dump truck
No
.

Item

Description

Date

The days from start to end of the specified month.

Working Hours

Working hours for the specified day will be displayed

Actual Working Hours

Lever operation hours for the specified day will be displayed

Travel Hours

Travel hours for the specified day will be displayed

Long time Idling Hours


(times)

Number of Long time Idling occurrence is displayed.

Per Working Hour


(times / H)

From the total working hours on the specified day, the number of Long
time Idling occurrence per hour is calculated and displayed.

Hoist Relief count

Number of Hoist relief occurrence is displayed.

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of Hoist relief occurrence per actual working hour.

Brake drag count

Number of Brake drag occurrence is displayed.

10

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of Brake drag occurrence per actual working hours.

11

Shift-Up
Recommendation
count

Number of times the Shift up recommendation has occurred.

12

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of times the Shift up recommendation has occurred per actual


working hour.

13

Accelerator Pedaling
count In Body
Descending

Number of times the Accelerator pedaling during Body decline has


occurred.

14

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of times the Accelerator pedaling during Body decline has


occurred per actual working hour.

15

Steering Wheel Relief


count

Number of times the Steering wheel relief has occurred.

16

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of times the Steering wheel relief has occurred per actual
working hour.

17

Fuel Consumption
Display Record on
Monitor

It shows whether the Fuel consumption log exist or not.


Yes: List exists, No: List does not exists.

18

Guidance display
setting

Guidance display setting condition(ON/OFF) is displayed.

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13. Annual Record
13.1 Annual working hour record
The detail information related to annual working hour record of specific machine will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Annual record "Annual working hour record"

(A) Specifying display date

13.1.1

N
o.

Item

Description

Move to previous year


Move to next year

Move to previous month


Move to next month

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13.1.2

(B) Display "Operation status data"


2

10

11

12

No.

Item

Description

Month/year

Target date will be displayed.

Operation
status

Working days and non-working days of machine will be displayed in color


coded graph.

Days of
operation

Total number of operational days (monthly) of machine will be displayed.

Accumulated
monthly SMR

Total service meter value (monthly) of machine will be displayed.

Monthly actual
working hours

Total value of lever operated hours (monthly) of machine.


(Operation start month of machine will not be displayed.)

Monthly ATT
operation time

Total value of attachment operated hours (monthly) of machine.


(Operation start month of machine will not be displayed.)

Avg. SMR/day

Average service meter value per working day (monthly) of machine will
be displayed.

Days of
operation
(total)

Total number of operational days (annual) of machine in a year will be


displayed.

Accumulated
monthly SMR
(total)

Total service meter value (annual) of machine in a year will be displayed.

10

Monthly actual
working hours
(total)

Total yearly value of lever operated hours (annual) of machine.

11

Monthly ATT
operation time
(total)

Total yearly value of attachment operated hours (annual) of machine.

12

Avg. SMR/day
(total)

Average service meter value per working day (annual) of machine will
be displayed.

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13.2 Annual movement record
The detail information related to annual movement record of specific machine will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Annual record Annual movement record"

(A) Specifying display date

13.2.1

N
o.

Item

Description

Move to previous year.


Move to next year.

Move to previous month


Move to next month

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(B) Display "Movement status data"

No.

Item

Description

Month/year

Target date will be displayed.

Movement
status

Movement days of machine in each month will be displayed in


color coded graph.

Days of
movement

Total monthly days of movement of machine will be displayed.

Days of
movement
(total)

Total annual days of movement of machine will be displayed.

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13.3 Annual SMR Record
The detailed information of annual SMR record for a specified machine is displayed.

[ Screen Access ] TOP Menu Annual Record -> Sub Menu Annual SMR Record"

(I)

(II)

(I) Specifying Display date


(1)

(2)

No
.

Item

Description

Year
Year

Display Annual SMR Record for the previous year.


Display Annual SMR Record for the next year.

Month
Month

Display Annual SMR Record for 1 year from previous month.


Display Annual SMR Record for 1 year from next month.

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(II)

Service Meter Log Data Display

(2)

(1)

No.

Item

Description

Month

Specified period will be displayed.

Service Meter

The final Service Meter reading of the month will be displayed in


the graph. Graph will be displayed with blank for months that have
not received Service Meter Data.

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13.4 Annual load ratio graph
The detail information of annual load ratio graph of specific machine will be displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Annual record "Annual load ratio graph"

A
B

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13.4.1

N
o.

(A) Specifying display date

Item

Description

Move to previous year.


Move to next year.

Move to previous month


Move to next month

13.4.2

(B) Display "Load ratio status data"

No.

Item

Description

Load summary
graph (hours)

Monthly hours the machine has worked with 4 different load levels.

Load summary
graph (ratio)

Monthly ratio of hours the machine has worked with 4 different load
levels.

Based on machine type, the load ratio with respect to actual working hours is displayed additionally.

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13.5 Annual actual working hour graph


The detail information related to annual actual working hour graph of specific machines will be
displayed.(Monthly working hours, Monthly actual working hours, Monthly attachment operation
hours)
[Screen access] Top menu "Annual record "Annual actual working hour graph"

A
B

(A) Specifying display date

13.5.1

N
o.

Item

Description

Move to previous year.


Move to next year.

Move to previous month


Move to next month

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13.5.2

(B) Display "Annual actual working hour graph data"

No.

Item

Description

Month/year

Target date will be displayed.

Different
operation
time

Working hours, Actual working hours (Lever operation hours), ATT


(attachment) operation hours of machine will be displayed in bar
graph on a monthly basis.
NOTE
Actual working hours will not be displayed for operation start month.

* Based on machine type, ATT hours may not be displayed.

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13.6 Annual record of Fuel consumption


The detail information related to Annual fuel consumption record of specific machines will be
displayed.
[Screen access] Top menu "Annual record "Annual record of Fuel Consumption

(A) Specifying display date

13.6.1

N
o.

Item

Description

Move to previous year.


Move to next year.

Move to previous month


Move to next month

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13.6.2

(B) Display "Annual actual working hour graph data"

No.

Item

Description

Month/year

Target month/year is displayed.

Fuel
consumption
in Liters or
Gallons

Last 12 months fuel consumption of specific machine is displayed


in bar graph, each bar represents each month.
(*1) The numbers on top of each bar indicates that the data for fuel
consumption is available for those number of days. Data for the
remaining days was not received from the machine, due to some
communication failure. Bar without number on top indicates that the
data for fuel consumption is available for all days of that month.
(*2) If the user has selected Meter during login, then the fuel
consumed will be displayed in terms of Liters.
If the user has selected Miles" during login, then the fuel
consumed will be displayed in terms of Gallons.

Note that the fuel consumption in actual working hours will be shown only for applicable
machines.

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13.7 Annual Operation Mode Record
The Annual operation mode of specific machines will be displayed as load distributor graph.
(Annual operation mode record will be available only for applicable machines)

[ Screen Access ] TOP Menu Annual Record -> Sub Menu Annual Operation Mode
Record

(I)

(I)

Specifying Display date

(1)

(2)

(II) (IV)

(3)

(4)

No

Item

Description

Year
Year

Display Annual Operation Mode Record for the previous year.


Display Annual Operation Mode Record for the next year.

Month
Month

Display Annual Operation Mode Record for 1 year from previous month.
Display Annual Operation Mode Record for 1 year from next month.

Standard Mode
(Pull Down)

Select the operation mode that forms the basic input for this graph.

Update (Button)

Re-display by specifying year, month, Standard Mode.

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(II)

Record of Operation Data Display : Excavator

(1)

(2)

No

Item

Description

Operation mode
graph (Hours)

Operation hours of each operation mode is stacked and displayed as stack bar
graph.

Operation mode
graph (Ratio)

Operation hour ratio of each operation mode is displayed as stack bar graph.

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(III) Record of Operation Data Display

: Bulldozers

(1)

(2)

No

Item

Description

Operation mode
graph (Hours)

Operation hours of each operation mode is stacked and displayed as stack


bar graph.

Operation mode
graph (Ratio)

Operation hour ratio of each operation mode is displayed as stack bar graph.

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(IV) Record of Operation Data Display

: Wheel loader/ Dump truck

(1)

(2)

No

Item

Description

Operation mode
graph (Hours)

Operation hours of each operation mode is stacked and displayed as stack


bar graph.

Operation mode
graph (Ratio)

Operation hour ratio of each operation mode is displayed as stack bar graph.

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13.8 Annual E mode Record
The Annual E-mode (Actual working record ,E-Mode hours) record of specific terminal will be

displayed as stack bar graph. (Annual E-mode operation record will be available only for applicable machines)
[ Screen Access ] TOP Menu Annual Record -> Sub Menu Annual E-mode Record

(I)

(II)

(II)

(I) Specifying Display date


(1)

(2)

No
.

Item

Description

Year
Year

Display Yearly E mode Operation Record for the previous year.


Display Yearly E mode Operation Record for the next year.

Month
Month

Display Yearly E mode Operation Record for 1 year from previous month.
Display Yearly E mode Operation Record for 1 year from next month.

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(II)

Yearly E- mode Operation Record Data Display

(2)

(1)
(3)
(4)

No
.

Item

Description

Month

Specified date will be displayed.

Different
Operation time

Actual working hours (Lever operation hours) , Emode hour of machine will be
displayed in bar graph on a monthly basis.

Date

Specified date will be displayed.

Dial position (%)

Value of dial position is displayed.

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13.9 Annual Travel Record
Annual travel record of specific machine is displayed in graph along with actual working

record.
(Annual Travel record will be available only for applicable machines)
[ Screen Access ] TOP Menu Annual Record -> Sub Menu Annual Travel Record

(I)
(II)

(I) Specifying Display date

(1)

(2)

No
.

Item

Description

Year
Year

Display Annual Running Operation Record for the previous year.


Display Annual Running Operation Record for the next year.

Month
Month

Display Annual Running Operation Record for 1 year from previous month.
Display Annual Running Operation Record for 1 year from next month.

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(II)

Annual Travel Record Data Display (Graph)

(2)

(1)

No
.

Item

Description

Month

Specified date will be displayed.

Different
Operation time

Actual working hours (Lever operation hours) and Running hour of machine will
be displayed in bar graph on a monthly basis.

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13-10 Annual Breaker Record
The Annual Breaker hour (Actual working record, ATT hour, Breaker hour) record of specific machine

will be displayed as stack bar graph. (Annual Breaker record will be available only for applicable machines)
[ Screen Access ] TOP Menu Annual Record -> Sub Menu Annual Breaker Record

(I)

(II)

(I) Specifying Display date


(1)

(2)

No
.

Item

Description

Year
Year

Display Annual Record of Breaker Operation Mode for the previous year.
Display Annual Record of Breaker Operation Mode for the next year.

Month
Month

Display Annual Record of Breaker Operation Mode for 1 year from previous
month.
Display Annual Record of Breaker Operation Mode for 1 year from next month.

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(II)

Annual Breaker Record Data Display

(2)

(1)

No
.

Item

Description

Month

Specified date will be displayed.

Different
Operation time

Actual Working Hours (Lever operation hours) , ATT Working , Breaker Hour of
machine will be displayed in bar graph on a monthly basis.

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13.11 Annual Energy Saving Guidance Record
The annual Energy saving guidance record is displayed for specific machine (The annual Energy
saving guidance record will be available only for applicable machines).
[ Screen Access ] TOP Menu Annual Record -> Sub Menu Annual Energy Saving Guidance
Record

(II)

(I)

(I)

Specifying Display date

(1)

(2)

No
.

Item

Description

Year
Year

Display Annual Record of ECO for the previous year.


Display Annual Record of ECO for the next year.

Month
Month

Display Annual Record of ECO for 1 year from previous month.


Display Annual Record of ECO for 1 year from next month.

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(II)

Annual Energy Saving Guidance Record Data Display : For Excavators

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)

No
.

Item

Description

Month

The months from start to end for last one year or the specified period is displayed

Working hours

Working hours is displayed for each month.

Actual Working
hours

Actual working hours is displayed for each month.

Travel hours

Travel hours is displayed for each month.

Long time Idling


Hours (times)

Number of Long time Idling occurrence for the specified month is displayed.

Per Working Hour


(times / H)

Number of Long time Idling occurrence per total working hours for the specified month
is displayed..

E-mode
recommendation
(times)

Number of E-mode recommendation occurrence is displayed.

Per Actual
Working Hour
(times / H)

Number of E-mode recommendation occurrence per actual working hour is displayed.

Hyd Relief count

Number of Oil pressure relief is displayed.

10

Per Actual
Working Hour
(times / H)

Number of Oil pressure relief occurrence per actual working hour.

11

Partial throttle
travel
recommendation
(times)

Number of Partial throttle travel recommendation occurrence is displayed.

12

Per Actual
Working Hour
(times / H)

Number of Partial throttle travel recommendation occurrence per actual working hour is
displayed.

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For Bulldozers
No
.

Item

Description

Month

The months from start to end for last one year or the specified period is
displayed

Working hours

Working hours is displayed for each month.

Actual Working hours

Actual working hours is displayed for each month.

Travel hours

Travel hours is displayed for each month.

Long time Idling Hours


(times)

Number of Long time Idling occurrence for the specified month is


displayed.

Per Working Hour


(times / H)

Number of Long time Idling occurrence per total working hours for the
specified month is displayed..

E-mode
recommendation
(times)

Number of E-mode recommendation occurrence is displayed.

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of E-mode recommendation occurrence per actual working hour


is displayed.

Hyd Relief count

Number of Oil pressure relief for each month is displayed.

10

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of Oil pressure relief occurrence per actual working hour.

11

Over load count

Number of overload occurrence for each month is displayed

12

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of overload occurrence per actual working hour.

13

Automatic gear shift


recommendation count

Number of Auto gear shift recommendation occurrence for each month is


displayed.

14

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of Auto gear shift recommendation occurrence per actual


working hour is calculated and displayed for each month.

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For Loaders
No
.

Item

Description

Month

The months from start to end for last one year or the specified period is
displayed

Working hours

Working hours is displayed for each month.

Actual Working hours

Actual working hours is displayed for each month.

Travel hours

Travel hours is displayed for each month.

Long time Idling Hours


(times)

Number of Long time Idling occurrence for the specified month is


displayed.

Per Working Hour


(times / H)

Number of Long time Idling occurrence per total working hours for the
specified month is displayed..

Hyd Relief count

Number of Oil pressure relief for each month is displayed.

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of Oil pressure relief occurrence per actual working hour.

Brake drag count

Number of Brake drag occurrence for each month is displayed.

10

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of Brake drag occurrence per actual working hours.

11

Over accelerating
count

Number of times the accelerator was over stepped is displayed for each
month.

12

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of times the accelerator was over stepped per actual working
hour.

13

Fourth Gear speed


Recommendation
count

Number of times the Fourth gear speed recommendation has occurred.

14

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of times the Fourth gear speed recommendation has occurred


per actual working hour.

15

Lock-Up
Recommendation
count

Number of times the Lock up recommendation has occurred.

16

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of times the Lock up recommendation has occurred per actual


working hour.

17

Long Time Excavating


count

Number of times the Long hours of excavation has occurred.

18

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of times the Long hours of excavation has occurred per actual
working hour.

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For Dump trucks
No
.

Item

Description

Month

The months from start to end for last one year or the specified period is
displayed

Working hours

Working hours is displayed for each month.

Actual Working hours

Actual working hours is displayed for each month.

Travel hours

Travel hours is displayed for each month.

Long time Idling Hours


(times)

Number of Long time Idling occurrence for the specified month is


displayed.

Per Working Hour


(times / H)

Number of Long time Idling occurrence per total working hours for the
specified month is displayed..

Hoist Relief count

Number of Hoist relief occurrence for each month is displayed.

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of Hoist relief occurrence per actual working hour.

Brake drag count

Number of Brake drag occurrence is displayed.

10

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of Brake drag occurrence per actual working hours.

11

Shift-Up
Recommendation
count

Number of times the Shift up recommendation has occurred.

12

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of times the Shift up recommendation has occurred per actual


working hour.

13

Accelerator Pedaling
count In Body
Descending

Number of times the Accelerator pedaling during Body decline has


occurred.

14

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of times the Accelerator pedaling during Body decline has


occurred per actual working hour.

15

Steering Wheel Relief


count

Number of times the Steering wheel relief has occurred.

16

Per Actual Working


Hour (times / H)

Number of times the Steering wheel relief has occurred per actual
working hour.

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14. KOMTRAX Report


14.1

Monthly Working Detail Report

Monthly report of specific machine can be generated by Customer to understand the working
details on specific month. This report is generated in PDF format which enables Customer to
easily send through Email.
[Screen access] Top menu KOMTRAX Report Monthly Working Detail Report"

C
A

14.1.1

(A) Customer Name/Output date/Report Period

No.

Item

Description

Customer Name

Name of the Customer is displayed by default.

Output Date

Current date is displayed.

Report Period

Target report month can be selected. By default, it shows


previous month.

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14.1.2

(B) Specifying display date

No.

Item

Description

Company Name

Name of the Distributor

Name

Name of the user who generates this report

Contact Address

User can input contact details here to be printed on the report

14.1.3

(C) Report Page Size

No.

Item

Description

Letter Size

List of available page layout size. Output report will be created


based on the selection.

PDF Button

PDF report will be generated by clicking this button.

14.1.4

(D) Output Report (Monthly Working Detail Report)

Above PDF report is generated for the specified month. This report includes daily Operation map
(working & Non working hours), Working status, Usage, Fuel consumption details.

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14.2

Annual Working Detail Report

Annual report of specific machine can be generated by Customer to understand the working
details for past 12 months. This report is generated in PDF format which enables Customer to
easily send through Email.
[Screen access] Top menu KOMTRAX Report Annual Working Detail Report"

C
A

14.2.1

(A) Customer Name/Output date/Report Period

No.

Item

Description

Customer Name

Name of the Customer is displayed by default.

Output Date

Current date is displayed.

Report Period

Target report month can be selected. Report is generated for


last 12 months.

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14.2.2

(B) Specifying display date

No.

Item

Description

Company Name

Name of the Distributor

Name

Name of the user who generates this report

Contact Address

User can input contact details here to be printed on the report

14.2.3

(C) Report Page Size

No.

Item

Description

Letter Size

List of available page layout size. Output report will be created based
on the selection.

PDF Button

PDF report will be generated by clicking this button.

14.2.4

(D) Output Report (Annual Working Detail Report)

Above PDF report is generated for the past 12 months. This report includes monthly Operation
map (working & Non working hours), Working status, Usage, Fuel consumption details.

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15. Supplement Information

15. Supplement Information


15.1 CFM screen access from iPad
The following has to be noted when the users access the KOMTRAX CFM screens from ipad.
Download button in machine list
The download function will not work in iPad, though the user can see the Download links in all
machine list screens.
Map Display
The map reload may take more time or stops responding, when zoom up/down operation is done
continuously or the scale in the map is changed. When there is no response for long time, please go
back to the machine list screen and retry the map display once again.
Also note that you cannot access CFM from PC using safari browser. Only iPad safari browser is
supported by CFM.

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