- Articulated Truck:
- 725 (S/N: B1L1-UP; AFX1-UP)
- Off-Highway Truck/Tractor:
- 769C (S/N: 01X1-UP)
- Quarry Truck:
- 771D (S/N: BCA1-UP; 6JR1-UP; 6YS1-UP)
- Wheel Tractor-Scraper:
- 611 (S/N: 6SZ1-UP; 7WZ1-UP)
- 730 (S/N: AGF1-UP; B1M1-UP)
- 730 EJECTOR (S/N: B1W1-UP)
- 735 (S/N: B1N1-UP; AWR1-UP)
- 740 (S/N: AXM1-UP; B1P1-UP)
- 740 EJECTOR (S/N: B1R1-UP; AZZ1-UP)
- 769D (S/N: BBB1-UP; 5SS1-UP)
- 770 (S/N: BZZ1-UP)
- 772 (S/N: RLB1-UP)
- 773 (S/N: 63G1-UP)
- 773B (S/N: 63W1-UP)
- 773D (S/N: NBJ1-UP; 7CS1-UP)
- 773E (S/N: BDA1-UP)
- 773F (S/N: EED1-UP)
- 777C (S/N: 4XJ1-UP)
- 777D (S/N: AGC1-UP; FKR1-UP; 3PR1-UP; AGY1-UP)
- 777F (S/N: JRP1-UP; JXP1-UP)
- 785 (S/N: 8GB1-UP)
- 785B (S/N: 6HK1-UP)
- 785C (S/N: 1HW1-UP; APX1-UP; 5AZ1-UP)
- 785D (S/N: MSY1-UP)
- 789B (S/N: 7EK1-UP)
- 789C (S/N: 2BW1-UP)
- 793 (S/N: 3SJ1-UP)
- 793B (S/N: 1HL1-UP)
- 793C (S/N: CBR1-UP; ATY1-UP; 4GZ1-UP)
- 793D (S/N: FDB1-UP)
- 797 (S/N: 5YW1-UP)
- 797B (S/N: JSM1-UP)
- 775B (S/N: 7XJ1-UP)
- 775D (S/N: 6KR1-UP; 8AS1-UP)
- 775E (S/N: BEC1-UP)
- 775F (S/N: DLS1-UP)
- 613CSeries II (S/N: 93X1-UP)
- 613G (S/N: ESB1-UP; DBE1-UP; DBJ1-UP)
- 615CSeries II (S/N: 2XG1-UP; 9XG1-UP)
- 621B (S/N: 8HC1-UP; 45P1-UP)
- 621F (S/N: 4SK1-UP; 5JK1-UP; 8PL1-UP; 9NL1-UP)
- 621G (S/N: DBB1-UP; ANG1-UP; CEN1-UP; ALP1-UP; CEP1-UP; DBX1-UP)
- 623E (S/N: 6DB1-UP)
- 623F (S/N: 3XW1-UP; 5EW1-UP)
- 623G (S/N: AWB1-UP; DBC1-UP; CES1-UP; ARW1-UP)
- 627F (S/N: 4YK1-UP; 1DL1-UP)
- 627G (S/N: DBD1-UP; AXF1-UP; AYK1-UP; CEX1-UP; CEZ1-UP; DBZ1-UP)
- 631ESeries II (S/N: 1BB1-UP; 1NB1-UP; 6PC1-UP)
- 631E (S/N: 1AB1-UP)
- 631G (S/N: DFA1-UP; AWK1-UP; CLR1-UP; AXZ1-UP)
- 633D (S/N: 25W1-UP)
- 633ESeries II (S/N: 1EB1-UP; 2PS1-UP)
- 637 (S/N: 65M1-UP)
- 637D (S/N: 26W1-UP; 27W1-UP)
- 637ESeries II (S/N: 7CB1-UP)
- 637E (S/N: 1FB1-UP; 1HB1-UP; 1JB1-UP)
- 637G (S/N: CEH1-UP; DFJ1-UP; AXT1-UP; DEY1-UP)
- 651E (S/N: 4YR1-UP; 5XR1-UP; 89Z1-UP)
- 657E (S/N: 6MB1-UP; 5YR1-UP; 6PR1-UP; 6TR1-UP; 7KR1-UP; 90Z1-UP; 91Z1-UP)
- 657G (S/N: W1B1-UP; W1C1-UP; W1E1-UP; W1F1-UP; A4G1-UP; GER1-UP)
Events Related to Transmission Abuse
The "Transmission Abuse" event (E47) is utilized as an event to train the operator. AVSpare has determined that engaging a transmission gear or changing gear direction with an engine speed that is greater than low idle may lead to damage of the transmission.
This event is used in order to inform the operator and the manager of the site of improper operation of the machine. EquipmentManager allows you to configure these event alerts to be sent to an e-mail account or a device capable of receiving text messages. This enables the immediate notification of these events so that the events can be addressed in a timely manner. Refer to "Managing Fault Codes in the "EquipmentManager"" in order to configure EquipmentManager. Configuration of the reactions allow the customer to control which notifications are received. These configurations do not affect on board operation. An event is logged in the transmission/chassis ECM If the event trigger conditions occur. On some of the machine models listed, a level 2 warning and a message is momentarily issued to the operator when the transmission abuse event is triggered.
Events Related to Coasting in Neutral
The "Coasting in Neutral" event (E49) is utilized as an event to train the operator. AVSpare has determined that allowing the machine to move (or roll) without a transmission gear engaged is not a favorable condition. Operation of the transmission in such a manner may lead to damage of the transmission. Damage may occur due to the drop in engine speed which results in a drop of oil pressure and lubrication oil flow to the transmission. Transmission damage may also occur due to excessive overspeeding of the internal components of the transmission.
This event is used in order to inform the operator and the manager of the site of improper operation of the machine. Refer to "Managing Fault Codes in the "EquipmentManager"" in order to configure EquipmentManager. Use the "Add / Edit Reactions" dialog in order to configure which notifications are received. These configurations do not affect on board operation. A "Coasting in Neutral" event (E49) is logged in the transmission/chassis ECM if the machine is in motion with the transmission in neutral. On some of the machine models that are listed, a level 2S warning and a message is momentarily issued to the operator when the machine is being operated in this condition. Some machine models contain a strategy to elevate engine speed sufficiently in order to maintain adequate lubrication oil flow during a "Coasting in Neutral" condition.
Managing Fault Codes in EquipmentManager
EquipmentManager has features that help manage the flow of information regarding fault codes.
The "Transmission Registry" will display the schedule by which fault codes are sent from the machine and made available for display in EquipmentManager. Illustration 1 shows a typical screen for the "Transmission Registry".
From the "Transmission Registry" screen, select the check box next to a piece of equipment and click "Configuration". The "Over the Air Configuration" screen will appear. On this screen, you can edit the parameters of the transmission in order to transmit codes according to your needs.
Table 1 describes the parameters of the "Transmission Registry".
|Field    ||Description    ||Sample Values    |
|"Event Reporting Frequency: Level 1"    ||Defines when to send messages from the Product Link System when a level 1 event is reported from other ECMs on the machine.    ||Immediate: Sends a message when an event occurs.
Next: Queues messages about events and sends the messages in a batch based on the next scheduled interval that is calculated from the start time of the report.
Never: Never log messages or send messages about the events.
|"Event Reporting Frequency: Level 2"    ||Defines when to send messages from the Product Link System when a level 2 event is reported from other ECMs on the machine.    |
|"Event Reporting Frequency: Level 3"    ||Defines when to send messages from the Product Link System when a level 3 event is reported from other ECMs on the machine.    |
|"Event Reporting Frequency: Diagnostic"    ||Defines when to send messages from the Product Link System when a diagnostic event is reported from other ECMs on the machine.    |
|"Event/Diagnostic Interval"    ||Determines when the Product Link will report a recurrence of an event or a diagnostic code, measured in units of machine operating hours. All events and diagnostics are recorded and may be viewed with the Electronic Technician.
The default value of 20 hours means that an event or diagnostic update message will not be present for a specific event or diagnostic update until the machine has operated for 20 hours after the last transmitted occurrence of that event or diagnostic update. At the next event or diagnostic occurrence after the time period elapses, another message will be sent.
|Minimum Value: 4 hours
Default Value: 20 hours
|"Next Scheduled Interval"    ||Sets the time period before an event or diagnostic message update is sent, measured in units of real time or clock hours. This time period is calculated from the Report Start Time.
The default value of 168 hours or 1 week is only valid if the event or diagnostic report intervals are set to Next.
|Minimum Value: 24 hours
Default Value: 168 hours or 1 week
EquipmentManager can be configured in order to send e-mail messages when alarms, events, diagnostics, planned maintenance notifications, and warnings are received.
Level Reaction Types
One of the reaction types that you can maintain is level. There are four level types that are available in the "Descriptions" list box:
- Unknown Severity
Refer to Illustration 2.
Table 2 lists the event reaction term and the corresponding severity level.
|Reaction Type Level    ||ET Diagnostic Severity Level    |
|Severe    ||Level 3    |
|Derate    ||Level 2    |
|Warning    ||Level 1    |
|Unknown Severity    ||Level 0    |
Diagnostic Reaction Types
Specific diagnostic codes can be configured as event reactions. When a diagnostic code is configured for an event reaction, an e-mail message will be sent to the designated e-mail address regardless of severity level.
Diagnostic Reaction Types
Event Reaction Types
Specific event codes can be configured as event reactions as well. When an event code is configured for an event reaction, an e-mail message will be sent to the designated e-mail address regardless of severity level.
Event Reaction Types