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DEEP SEA ELECTRONICS PLC Electronic Engines and DSE Controllers Document Number 057-004 Author: Ashley Senior

Electronic Engines and DSE Controllers Manual ISSUE 6

Electronic Engines and DSE Controllers

DEEP SEA ELECTRONICS PLC Highfield House Hunmanby North Yorkshire YO14 0PH ENGLAND Sales Tel: +44 (0) 1723 890099 Sales Fax: +44 (0) 1723 893303 E-mail : [email protected] Website : www

Electronic Engines and DSE Controllers (Previously named CAN AND DSE CONTROLLERS)

© Deep Sea Electronics Plc All rights reserved

No part of this publication may be reproduced in any material form (including photocopying or storing in any medium by electronic means or other) without the written permission of the copyright holder except in accordance with the provisions of the Copyright,

Designs and Patents Act 1988

Applications for the copyright holder’s written permission to reproduce any part of this publication should be addressed to Deep Sea Electronics Plc at the address above

The DSE logo is a UK registered trademarks of Deep Sea Electronics PLC

Any reference to trademarked product names used within this publication is owned by their respective companies

Deep Sea Electronics Plc reserves the right to change the contents of this document without prior notice

Amendments List Issue 1 2 3 4 5 6

Comments Added DSE7000 Series Updated most engines with more detail Added 3110 controller Added 7500 series Added more ADEC information (Issue 5

Typeface: The typeface used in this document is Arial

Care should be taken not to mistake the upper case letter I with the numeral 1

The numeral 1 has a top serif to avoid this confusion

Highlights an essential element of a procedure to ensure correctness

CAUTION

Indicates a procedure or practice which,

could result in damage or destruction of equipment

WARNING

Indicates a procedure or practice which could result in injury to personnel or loss of life if not followed correctly

Deep Sea Electronics Plc owns the copyright to this manual,

reproduced or disclosed to a third party without prior written permission

Society of Automotive Engineers (USA)

Electronic Engines and DSE Controllers

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1

BIBLIOGRAPHY

TRAINING GUIDES

7 MANUALS

INTRODUCTION

8 RS485

ELECTRONIC ENGINES AND THE DSE MODULE

INSTRUMENTATION

CONNECTIONS

OUTPUTS

CAN ECU POWER

REMOTE SPEED CONTROL

SPN/FMI CODES

DSE53XX SERIES

CATERPILLAR

15 CUMMINS

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

DETROIT

DDEC III/IV

Electronic Engines and DSE Controllers 7

ECU WIRING

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

FIAT POWERTRAIN

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

EDC7UC31

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

JOHN DEERE

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

Electronic Engines and DSE Controllers

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

PERKINS

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

DSE CONFIGURATION SUITE SOFTWARE

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

Electronic Engines and DSE Controllers 20

ECU WIRING

Bibliography

TRAINING GUIDES

Training Guides are produced to give ‘handout’ sheets on specific subjects during training sessions

DSE PART 056-023

DESCRIPTION Adding New CAN Files

MANUALS

DSE PART 057-086 057-087 057-111 057-093 057-013 057-014 057-006 057-015 057-016 057-007 057-112 057-114 057-095 057-096 057-113 057-117 057-074 057-077 057-088 057-089 057-078 057-115 057-119 057-124 057-127

DESCRIPTION 31xx Series Operators Manual 31xx Series Configuration Suite Software Manual 44xx Mk2 Series Operators Manual 44xx Series Configuration Suite Software Manual 5310 Operators Manual 5320 Operators Manual 52/xx53xx Series Configuration Suite Software Manual 5510 Operators Manual 5520 Operators Manual 55xx Series Configuration Suite Software Manual 60xx Series Operators Manual 60xx Series Configuration Suite Software Manual 61xx Series Operators Manual 61xx Series Configuration Suite Software Manual 71xx Series Operators Manual 71xx Series Configuration Suite Software Manual 72/73xx Series Operators Manual 72/73xx Series Configuration Suite Software Manual 7510 Operators Manual 7520 Operators Manual 75xx Series Configuration Suite Software Manual 8610 Operators Manual 86xx Series Configuration Suite Software Manual 8710 Operators Manual 87xx Series Configuration Suite Software Manual

Introduction

Controller Area Network (CAN) is a serial bus standard,

originally developed in the 1980s by Robert Bosch GmbH,

for connecting electronic control units (ECUs)

CAN was specifically designed to be robust in noisy environments

It can be even more robust against noise if twisted pair wire is used

Although initially created for automotive purposes,

nowadays it is used in many embedded control applications (e

generator sets) that may be subject to noise

SAE J1939

SAE J1939 is the Vehicle Network Communication standard using CAN for communication and diagnostics by the heavy duty truck industry

As generator engines are usually based upon truck engines,

this standard has also been adopted by the majority of (but not all) Generator Engine Manufacturers

For instance MTU engines use CAN but have not adopted J1939

However DSE controllers are also compatible with and officially certified for use with MTU engines

RS485 is a serial bus standard for connecting multiple devices to the same bus

This connection standard is used by Cummins on some engine ranges rather than the CAN standard adopted by other genset manufacturers

However DSE 5300 Series controllers are also compatible with the Cummins RS485 enabled engines

TWISTED PAIR CABLING

Twisted pair (TP) cabling is a common form of wiring in which two conductors are wound around each other for the purposes of canceling out electromagnetic interference (known as crosstalk)

The number of twists in the cable per meter make up part of the specification for a given type of cable

The greater the number of twists,

Twisting wires decreases interference because: The loop area between the wires (which determines the magnetic coupling into the signal) is reduced as much as physically possible

The directions of current generated by a uniform coupled magnetic field is reversed for every twist,

The characteristic impedance of a twisted pair cable is around 100Ω making it suitable for both CAN or RS485 use

Screened,

Shielded Twisted Pair is particularly suitable as the screening and shield offer even more protection

If incorrect cable type is used it will lead to data transmission errors in the future,

potentially after commissioning and the engineer has left site

NOTE:NOTE:-DSE stock and supply Belden cable 9841 which is a high quality 120Ω 120Ω impedance cable suitable for CAN or RS485 use (DSE part number 016016-030)

IMPEDANCE MATCHING

When sending power down a transmission line,

it is desirable that all the power is absorbed by the load and none of it is reflected back to the source

This can be ensured by making the source and load impedances equal in which case the line is said to be matched

CAN and RS485 specifies 120Ω cable be used with 120Ω termination resistors at each end to match impedances

The termination resistor is fitted internally into the DSE CAN interface controller so is not required externally

Ensure that the DSE controller is the ‘last’ device on the communications link where more than one device is connected to the engine ECU’s CAN connector

If the cable impedance and/or termination resistors are not correctly fitted,

this can cause some of the received signal to be ‘reflected’ back to the transmitting module

This reflection will ‘collide’ with further data transmissions,

causing data transmission errors

NOTE:NOTE:-The DSE RS485 interface does not include the 120Ω 120Ω termination resistor internally so must be fitted externally

The RS485 interface is NOT used for CAN engines

Electronic Engines and DSE Controllers

INSTRUMENTATION

As the Engine ECU is connected to measurement sensors on the engine,

this instrumentation is available to be read into the DSE controller

All DSE electronic engine enabled controllers will read engine oil pressure,

engine coolant temperature and engine speed from the engine ECU

In addition to this,

DSE44xx,

DSE5xxx,

DSE6xxx,

DSE7xxx and DSE8xxx controllers will display “enhanced engine ECU instrumentation” when it is supported by the engine ECU

This information can also be viewed using the Engine instrumentation pages of the configuration software

When the ECU is not powered it is not possible to read the diagnostic trouble codes or instrumentation

See the section entitled Turning on the ECU manually

NOTE:NOTE:- 3110 controllers do not support SCADA monitoring by PC software

NOTE:NOTE:- When connected to an active ECU supporting the instrument,

the instrument’s value are shown on the DSE module’s ’s screen and also on the PC remote instrumentation page

module When the ECU is not powered,

engine ECU instrumentation will indicate # # # When instrument instrument has an errors (for instance sensor errors),

Unsupported instruments have blank values (no indication)

NOTE:NOTE:- Some engine ECUs do not support all of the ‘enhanced engine ECU instrumentation’

The unsupported displays will appearr blank on the module display

USE OF ENGINE MANUFACTURERS SOFTWARE TOOLS

Occasionally it is necessary to connect the engine manufacturers software tools to the engine ECU in order to make changes to the engine configuration

The ECU may need to be powered up to perform this operation and as the ECU is normally only powered when the engine is running,

it must be turned on manually as described in the following section

NOTE:NOTE:- If the manufacturers software tool connects to the same CAN interface as the DSE module,

ensure the DSE module is the ‘last’ device on the CAN interface

If the tool does not operate when connected to the same CAN interface as the DSE module,

you are referred to your engine manufacturer

TURNING ON THE ECU MANUALLY

When the ECU is not powered it is not possible to read the diagnostic trouble codes or instrumentation

Additionally,

it is not possible to use the engine manufacturers configuration tools

As the ECU is unpowered when the engine is not running,

it must be turned on manually as follows : •

Select STOP

Press and hold the START button to power the ECU

As the controller is in STOP mode,

the engine will not be started

Continue to hold the start button for as long as you need the ECU to be powered

The ECU will remain powered until a few seconds after the START button is released

This is also useful if the engine manufacturer’s tools need to be connected to the engine,

for instance to configure the engine as the ECU needs to be powered up to perform this operation

NOTE:NOTE:-DSE3110 does not include the ECU OVERRIDE function

NOTE:NOTE:-When the ECU is not powered,

engine ECU instrumentation will indicate ### on the display of the DSE controller

NOTE:NOTE:-When it is required for the DSE controller to change ECU settings (ie when the Alternative Frequency setting is changed) the settings will the sent to the ECU the next time the ECU is turned on

“Setting ECU” will appear on the the DSE display while this adjustment takes place

Electronic Engines and DSE Controllers

ECU TROUBLE CODES AND DIAGNOSTICS

NOTE:NOTE:-DSE3110 controllers display only the common details

Check Engine indicator – Contact your engine supplier for

SPN/FMI CODES

If the engine ECU detects a fault with the engine,

it will communicate this problem to the DSE controller in the form of a “trouble code”

There are two levels to these trouble codes 1

SPN = Suspect Parameter Number

This indicates what is wrong (i

Engine temperature)

FMI = Failure Mode Indicator

This indicates the type of failure (i

Example taken from Volvo Penta Engine Documentation :

SPN 100,

FMI 1 = Means Oil Pressure Sensor

FMI 3 = Means Oil Pressure Sensor

FMI 5 = Means Oil Pressure Sensor

Alarm 1/1 Low Oil Pressure Shutdown Where an ‘unknown’ code is sent by the ECU,

the DSE controller will display the SPN/FMI code number allowing the user to cross reference this information with the fault codes supplied by the engine manufacturer

The DSE fault text display replaces the flashing “twinkle code” lamp available on some trouble code display systems giving a much more user friendly interface to the engine ECU

Each alarm can be one of two types,

ECU ERROR or ECU FAIL

These are detailed in the following sections

With DSE7000 Series controllers,

these alarms are named CAN ECU WARNING and CAN ECU SHUTDOWN

NOTE:NOTE:-DSE3110 controllers display only the common details

Check Engine indicator – Contact your engine supplier for

Electronic Engines and DSE Controllers

CAN ECU WARNING (CAN ECU ERROR)

NOTE:NOTE:-DSE3110 controllers display only the common details

Check Engine indicator – Contact your engine supplier supplier for

This is a “warning” type alarm (Sometimes called the yellow lamp alarm by engine manufacturers) – the engine ECU does not shutdown the engine,

The DSE controller takes no action other than to generate a warning alarm and to indicate the alarm via the fascia display

Alarm 1/1 CAN ECU Warning

The display will alternate between the text display and the manufacturers error codes

Warning

Alarm 1/1 Water Level Low xxx,xxx,xxx

CAN ECU SHUTDOWN (CAN ECU FAIL)

NOTE:NOTE:-DSE3110 controllers display only the common details

Check Engine indicator – Contact your engine supplier for

This is a “shutdown” type alarm (Sometimes called the red lamp alarm by engine manufacturers) – the engine has been shutdown by the ECU

The DSE controller performs the relevant shutdown procedure for the ECU as dictated by the CAN file selection,

generates a shutdown alarm and indicates the alarm via the fascia display

Alarm 1/1 CAN ECU Shutdown

The display will alternate between the text display and the manufacturers error codes

Shutdown

Alarm 1/1 Fuel Pressure Low xxx,xxx,xxx

it may not be displayed as text

If this is the case,

the display cross--referenced with the engine manufacturer’s literature

will show the generic manufacturers code only,

which must be cross Please contact the engine manufacturer for further assistance

The above displays show a standard J1939 based system

Other manufacturers manufacturers systems supported by the module work in a similar way though the exact detail may vary from those illustrated

Example

Alarm 1/1 CAN ECU Shutdown xxx,xxx,xxx To reset latched warning faults on the engine ECU,

To reset latched shutdown faults on the engine ECU,

press the DSE controller stop/reset

CAN ECU DATA FAIL

As the engine ECU CAN link is used to provide engine protection,

it is a matter of safety that the CAN link remains intact

If the link is not operative during normal running,

an engine shutdown will occur and ‘Can data fail’ is shown on the module’s display :

Alarm 1/1 CAN ECU Data Fail Shutdown As the CAN link is not operative,

shutdown of the engine cannot be made using a CAN message (

In this case,

the only method of shutdown is via the ECU STOP output

NOTE:NOTE:-The check for data on the ECU link takes place after the DSE controller’s safety delay timer

NOTE:NOTE:-DSE3110 controllers display only the common details

Check Engine indicator – Contact your engine supplier for

DSE Module Connection

The following table details the differences between the different ranges

OUTPUTS Fuel Use output A (terminal 3) 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Start Use output B (terminal 4) 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Auxiliary Output 1 5 (C) 6 6 6 8 (C) 8 (C) 8 (E) 8 (E) 8 (E) 8 (E) 8 (E) 8 (E)

Auxiliary Output 2 6 (D) 7 7 7 9 (D) 9 (D) 9 (F) 9 (F) 9 (F) 9 (F) 9 (F) 9 (F)

CAN / RS485 CAN SCR N/A 14 20 23 18 18 27 27 27 27 27 27

CAN H 10 12 21 24 16 16 25 25 25 25 25 25

CAN L'11 13 22 25 17 17 26 26 26 26 26 26

RS485 SCR N/A N/A 23 29 N/A N/A N/A SCR SCR SCR SCR SCR

RS485 B N/A N/A 24 30 N/A N/A N/A B B B B B

RS485 A N/A N/A 25 31 N/A N/A N/A A A A A A

NOTE:NOTE:- The CAN and RS485 specifications,

require that a 120Ω 120Ω terminator is fitted to each end of the communications link

This termination resistor is fitted internally into the DSE CAN interface so is not required externally

Ensure that the DSE controller controller is the ‘last’ device on the communications link where more than one device is connected to the engine ECU’s CAN connector

However,

the DSE RS485 interface does not include the 120Ω 120Ω termination resistor internally,

this is supplied loose with the RS485 enabled controller

NOTE:NOTE:- DSE31xx DSE31xx Series fuel/start outputs are rated at 2A DC

DSE31xx auxiliary outputs are rated at 2A DC

NOTE:NOTE:- DSE44xx Series fuel/start outputs are rated at 2A DC

DSE44xx auxiliary outputs are rated at 2A DC

NOTE:NOTE:- DSE5xxx Series fuel/start outputs are rated at 15A 15A DC

DSE5xxx auxiliary outputs are rated at 5A DC

NOTE:NOTE:- DSE6xxx Series fuel/start outputs are rated at 2A DC

DSE6xxx auxiliary outputs are rated at 2A DC

NOTE:NOTE:- DSE7xxx Series fuel/start fuel/start outputs are rated at 15A 15A DC

DSE7xxx auxiliary outputs are rated at 2A DC

NOTE:NOTE:- DSE8xxx Series fuel/start outputs are rated at 15 15A DC

DSE7xxx auxiliary outputs are rated at 2A 2A DC

DSE Module Connection

DSE CONTROLLER AND CAN FILE COMPATIBILITY NOTE:NOTE:-If a DSE module does not have the CAN file you require,

please contact DSE Technical Support for more information

CUMMINS CM570            

ISUZU 4H            

CUMMINS CM850            

IVECO EDC62            

CUMMINS CM2250            

IVECO EDC7C1             PERKINS 1100            

CUMMINS ISB            

IVECO EDC7UC31             PERKINS 1300            

CUMMINS QSK            

IVECO T3            

PERKINS ADEM3            

JOHN DEERE JDEC             PERKINS ADEM4            

CUMMINS QST             JOHN DEERE PUMP             SCANIA S6            

CUMMINS QSX            

MTU ADEC             SISU EEM3            

MTU ECU8            

DEUTZ EMR2            

DEUTZ EMR3            

MTU MDEC201            

VOLVO EDC3            

VOLVO EDC4            

ECONTROLS GCP            

MTU MDEC302             VOLVO EMS2            

GENERIC J1939            

MTU MDEC303             VOLVO EMS2B            

GENERIC PLUS            

MTU MDEC304             YANMAR ECO            

GM PSI            

MTU MDEC506            

DSE Module Connection

TYPICAL CONNECTIONS

Connections between the DSE controller and the engine system are similar for all engine types and includes connection to the Engine ECU link and in some engine types,

ancilliary control is also required

Engine ECU link DSE Controller

RUN / POWER Engine CRANK

NOTE:NOTE:- RUN/POWER and CRANK are not required with all engine types

See specific connection lists elsewhere in this manual for further details

ECU POWER AND ECU STOP OUTPUTS

DSE controllers have configurable output sources specifically designed to control the engine ECU

These are labelled CAN ECU Power and ECU Stop in the DSE configuration software

The exact timing/sequence of their operation varies slightly depending upon the configuration of “Electronic Engine type” but essentially their functions are as follows:

CAN ECU POWER

Normally used to turn on the ECU (sometimes via an external slave relay)

Some engine ECUs are permanently powered in which case the ECU Power output is used to give input to a Run (or similarly named) input on the ECU

CAN ECU STOP

Used to give input to a Stop (or similarly named) input on the ECU

This is used as a backup stop system should the ECU Data link fail

In this instance,

it’s not possible to stop the engine using a data command as the link is not operative

As a backup,

the STOP signal is given to the engine via a separate hardwired connection

CAUTION

!: Check the current rating of the ECU terminals that CAN ECU POWER and CAN ECU STOP STOP signals are connected to and ensure the DSE output rating is not exceeded

REMOTE SPEED CONTROL DSE53XX SERIES

As the DSE module’s analogue inputs for oil pressure and coolant temperature are not used when the module is configured for use with an electronic engine,

it is possible to use the coolant temperature input as engine speed control by connecting a potentiometer

Contact Deep Sea Electronics Technical Support Department for further details and to confirm the list of engines that support this feature

DSE55XX SERIES

Version 10 and later DSE5510/5520 controllers have a configurable speed parameter that can be adjusted when the engine is running

See the relevant operator and PC software configuration manual for further details

DSE7XXX AND DSE8XXX SERIES

The DSE7XXX and DSE8XXX controllers have a configurable speed parameter that can be adjusted when the engine is running

See the relevant operator and PC software configuration manual for further details

Caterpillar and DSE Controllers

These different systems are fully compatible with the DSE Controllers when configured correctly and can allow engine control and diagnostics via the J1939 link

NOTE:NOTE:-Caterpillar engines use the ADEM3 and ADEM4 ECUs which are also found on the Perkins range of engines

Please refer to the section entitled ‘Perkins’ else where in this manual for more information

Cummins and DSE Controllers

These different systems are fully compatible with the DSE Controllers when configured correctly and can allow engine control and diagnostics via the J1939 link

We have collated the following data for the electronically governed engines

Cummins and DSE Controllers

CM570 Space Reserved for Photo of ECU

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

CM570 FUNCTIONALITY MODBUS Engine Hours MODBUS Oil Pressure MODBUS Coolant Temperature MODBUS Engine RPM MODBUS Charge Alt MODBUS Speed Feed Engine speed Oil Pressure Coolant Temperature Battery Voltage Charge Alternator Voltage Engine Hours Number of Starts Oil Temperature Coolant Pressure Inlet Temperature Exhaust Temperature Fuel Temperature Turbo Pressure Fuel Pressure Fuel Consumption Fuel Used Atmospheric Pressure Water in Fuel

         DSE DSE  DSE           

CM570 FUNCTIONALITY DM1 Conv

Method 4 DM1 Ignored DM1 Amber  DM1 Red   DM1 Protect  DM1 Malfunction  Start Stop  1500/1800 switch  Idle Mode  Speed Control  Source address 0xDC ECU Power ECU Stop J1939 msg RQST,

CCVS Proprietary msg GAP,GCP,EG Notes DTC Ignore

Legend   DSE

Function supported Not supported DSE controller measures/calculates the value

ECU WIRING

DSE TERMINAL DESCRIPTION Start Relay Output Auxiliary Output 1 CANbus common

CUMMINS QSM11 C1 CONNECTOR TERMINALS

CANbus H

CANbus L

NOTES Connect directly to engine starter solenoid

NOTE:NOTE:- An external slave relay may be needed

Check the current consumption does not exceed the DSE unit’s output specification

Drive an external auxiliary relay to close Cummins terminals 5 (Run/Stop) to terminal 8 (common return) Screen for the J1939 cable

Connect at Cummins ECU end only

J1939 + Use only screened 120Ω impedance cable approved specifically for use in CANbus applications

J1939 – Use only screened 120Ω impedance cable approved specifically for use in CANbus applications

Cummins and DSE Controllers

CAN CONFIGURATION

Information regarding these configuration parameters can be found in the products software manual,

please refer to section entitled ‘Bibliography’ for more details

This comprises of the DSE31xx,

DSE44xx,

DSE6xxx,

DSE71xx,

DSE72xx,

DSE73xx and DSE8xxx series of controllers

The DSE controller must be configured for the Cummins CM570 or Cummins ISB CAN file depending which is available

Using the Cummins CM570 CAN file will require a SW1 setting of 5

This setting is only applicable with DSE Load Share Controllers and will need fine tuning during the DSE Four Steps to Successful Synchronisation Commissioning steps

This comprises the DSE5xxx and DSE75xx series of controllers

The DSE controller must be configured for either the Cummins-CM570 or Cummins ISB CAN file depending which is available

Using the Cummins-CM570 CAN file will require a SW1 setting of 5

This setting is only applicable with DSE Load Share Controllers and will need fine tuning during the DSE Four Steps to Successful Synchronisation Commissioning steps

Cummins and DSE Controllers

ECU FUNCTIONALITY

CM850 FUNCTIONALITY MODBUS Engine Hours MODBUS Oil Pressure MODBUS Coolant Temperature MODBUS Engine RPM MODBUS Charge Alt MODBUS Speed Feed Engine speed Oil Pressure Coolant Temperature Battery Voltage Charge Alternator Voltage Engine Hours Number of Starts Oil Temperature Coolant Pressure Inlet Temperature Exhaust Temperature Fuel Temperature Turbo Pressure Fuel Pressure Fuel Consumption Fuel Used Atmospheric Pressure Water in Fuel

CM850 FUNCTIONALITY DM1 Conv

Method 4 DM1 Ignored DM1 Amber  DM1 Red   DM1 Protect  DM1 Malfunction  Start Stop  1500/1800 switch   Idle Mode Speed Control  Source address 0xDC ECU Power ECU Stop J1939 msg RQST,

CCVS Proprietary msg GAP,

EG Notes DTC Ignore

         DSE DSE  DSE           

Legend   DSE

Function supported Not supported DSE controller measures/calculates the value

ECU WIRING

DSE TERMINAL DESCRIPTION Fuel Relay Output

CUMMINS CM850 50 PIN CONNECTOR TERMINALS 39

NOTES NOTE:NOTE:- An external slave relay may be needed

Check the current consumption does not exceed the DSE unit’s output specification

Connect directly to engine starter solenoid

Start Relay Output

DSE TERMINAL DESCRIPTION CANbus common

NOTE:NOTE:- An external slave relay may be needed

Check the current consumption does not exceed the DSE unit’s output specification

CUMMINS CM850 9 PIN CONNECTOR TERMINALS E

CANbus H

CANbus L

NOTES Screen for the J1939 cable

Connect at Cummins ECU end only

J1939 + Use only screened 120Ω impedance cable approved specifically for use in CANbus applications

J1939 – Use only screened 120Ω impedance cable approved specifi