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com www.thomsontechnology.com th This description of options covers the following products: MEC 310 FW version 1.2X.X MEC 310 GENSET
CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Table of Contents 1. WARNINGS AND LEGAL INFORMATION 1 LEGAL INFORMATION AND
RESPONSIBILITY 1 ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE AWARENESS 1 SAFETY ISSUES .1 FACTORY SETTINGS 1 DEFINITIONS .1 2. DESCRIPTION OF
OPTION 2 OPTION J.2 TERMINAL DESCRIPTION FOR MEC 3102 MODBUS COMMUNICATION 2 WIRING.
3 3. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION 4 ENGINE TYPES 4 COMMUNICATION SYSTEM 5 EIC UNIT 5 COMMON FOR ALL ALARM FUNCTIONS 5 J1939
MEASUREMENT TABLE .6 VERIFICATION OF J1939 OBJECTS .8 DISPLAYING OF J1939 DM1/DM2 AND SCANIA KWP2000 ALARMS .10
DISPLAYING OF J1939 DM1/DM2 AND SCANIA KWP2000 ALARMS .
10 CONTROL COMMANDS SENT TO THE ENGINE .11 4. SPECIFIC ENGINE TYPE DESCRIPTIONS12 ALARM ENABLING/DISABLING. 12 VIEWS
AVAILABLE ON THE DISPLAY 13 DISPLAY FUNCTIONS .14 RUNNING DETECTION 15 CATERPILLAR/PERKINS (J1939)16 CUMMINS CM850
(J1939) .
17 DETROIT DIESEL DDEC (J1939) 18 DEUTZ EMR 2 (J1939) 19 GENERAL J1939 (J1939) 20 IVECO (J1939) 21 JOHN DEERE JDEC (J1939) .22 MTU
ADEC (CANOPEN) 23 MTU MDEC MODULE 302/303 (MTU).26 SCANIA EMS (J1939).27 SCANIA EMS 2 S6 (J1939).27 VOLVO PENTA EMS (J1939)29
VOLVO PENTA EMS 2 (J1939).30 5. 6. PARAMETERS .31 MODBUS COMMUNICATION32 READING OF ANALOGUE VALUES 32 ALARMS,
CATERPILLAR/PERKINS .35 ALARMS, CUMMINS35 ALARMS, DDEC DETROIT ENGINES 36 ALARMS, EMR 2 DEUTZ ENGINES.
36 PM077 R1 09/08/20 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 ALARMS, GENERAL J193937 ALARMS,
IVECO .38 ALARMS, JDEC JOHN DEERE ENGINES 38 ALARMS, MTU ADEC.39 ALARMS, MTU MDEC SERIES 2000/4000 MODULE 302 & 303 40
ALARMS, SCANIA .41 ALARMS, VOLVO PENTA 42 PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 1 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J -
CANbus J1939 1. Warnings and legal information Legal information and responsibility Thomson Technology takes no responsibility for installation or
operation of the engine set. If there is any doubt about how to install or operate the engine controlled by the unit, the company responsible for the installation
or the operation of the set must be contacted. The units are not to be opened by unauthorized personnel. If opened anyway, the warranty will be lost.
Electrostatic discharge awareness Sufficient care must be taken to protect the terminals against static discharges during the installation. Once the unit is
installed and connected, these precautions are no longer necessary.
Safety issues Installing the unit implies work with dangerous currents and voltages. Therefore, the installation should only be carried out by authorised
personnel who understand the risks involved in working with live electrical equipment. Be aware of the hazardous live currents and voltages. Do not touch
any AC measurement inputs as this could lead to injury or death. Factory settings The unit is delivered with certain factory settings.
Given the fact that these settings are based on average values, they are not necessarily the correct settings for matching the individual engine. Thus
precautions must be taken to check the settings before running the engine. Definitions Throughout this document a number of notes and warnings will be
presented. To ensure that these are noticed, they will be highlighted in order to separate them from the general text. Notes The notes provide general
information, which will be helpful for the reader to bear in mind.
Warning The warnings indicate a potentially dangerous situation, which could result in death, personal injury or damaged equipment, if certain guidelines
are not followed. PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 1 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 2. Description of
option Option J This manual describes option J for the MEC 310 controller. The option gives the possibility to communicate between the MEC 310 and
several engine types over the CANbus network. Terminal description for MEC 310 Term.
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53 54 55 Function CAN-H CAN-GND CAN-L Description CAN 1 An overview of the terminals can be seen below. The slots are positioned in the unit as
follows (rear of the unit): Term. 53: CAN-H Term. 54: CAN common Term. 55: CAN-L 12 +0 DC Power supply Status 34 56 com 1 7 2 8 3 9 10 11 12 13 14
15 16 17 18 com Tacho com Tacho w/capacitor 12 3456 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 com R21 R22 R23 E-Stop R24 R26 Multi functional input Binary inputs
49 50 51 52 Can H 53 RS485 modbus (option M) TX com RX Can H com Can L Can H Can 1 J1939 Option J com 54 Can L 55 56 57 58 59 Can 1 Option J
Can 2 EAP com Can L Mains Voltage L1 N 28 29 L2 30 NA L3 31 32 33 Generator Voltage L1 N 34 NA L2 35 36 NA L3 37 38 Generator Current L1 L2 L3
39 40 41 42 43 44 R45 R47 45 46 47 48 Modbus communication If option M is present in the MEC 310 unit it's possible to read engine data over the Modbus.
Please refer to the document `Option M Modbus Communications' for the relevant MEC 310 unit. PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 2 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY
MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Wiring MEC 310: For wiring details, please refer to the document `Installation Instructions
and Reference Handbook'. Principle diagram Display Option J MEC 310 Option M ECM Module Generator set PLC (or computer), AMS (Alarm- and
Monitoring system) Connection diagram: ECM Engine Communication Module MEC 310 Engine controller CAN bus port 53 54 55 GND GND CAN - L CAN
- H CAN - L CAN - H R = Z cable R = Z cable Ground cable screen in one end only PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 3 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310
GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 3. Functional description This communication extracts information from the Electronic Control Module
(ECM) of an engine equipped with an ECM module with CANbus interface. The values can be used as display values, alarms/shutdown alarms and values to
be transmitted through Modbus. Engine types Data can be transmitted between the MEC 310 units and the following engine controllers/types: Engine
Manufacturer Caterpillar Cummins Detroit Diesel Deutz Iveco John Deere MTU MTU MTU Perkins Scania Scania Volvo Penta Volvo Penta Volvo Penta
Engine Controller/Type ADEM III and A4/C4.4, C6.6, C9, C15, C18, C32 CM570, CM850/QSL, QSB5 & 7, QSM11, QSK19, 50 & 60 DDEC III and
IV/Series 50, 60 & 2000 EMR 2 (EMR)/912, 913, 914 and L2011 General J1939 EDC7 (Bosch MS6.2)/Series NEF, CURSOR and VECTOR 8
JDEC/PowerTech M, E and Plus MDEC, module M.302 or M.
303/Series 2000 and 4000 MDEC, module M.201 or M.304/Series 2000 and 4000 ADEC/Series 2000 and 4000 Series 1100, 1300, 2300 and 2800 EMS EMS
S6 (KWP2000)/Dx9x, Dx12x, Dx16x EDC4 EMS EMS 2 and EDCIII/D6, D7, D9, D12 and D16 (GE and AUX variants only) Comment Rx/Tx Rx/Tx Rx/Tx
Rx/Tx Rx/Tx Rx/Tx Rx/Tx Rx Rx Select M.303 Rx/Tx Rx/Tx Rx Rx/Tx Rx Select EMR 2 Rx Rx/Tx Rx/Tx: Please go to the section `Specific engine type
descriptions' for details of data read and write. The engine type is selected in menu 7561.
For support of controller/engine types not listed, please contact Thomson Technology. PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 4 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310
GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Communication system All these protocols are based on a CANbus communication system. Except for the
MDEC and ADEC communication, all of them are based on the J1939. The MDEC and ADEC protocols are MTU designed protocols based on CANopen.
The baud rate is fixed by the engine manufacturer at: MDEC, ADEC 125 kb/s Caterpillar, Cummins, Detroit Diesel, Deutz, Iveco, John Deere, Perkins,
Scania and Volvo Penta 250 kb/s EIC unit The selection of the EIC unit (menu 10970) determines whether bar/PSI and Celsius/Fahrenheit is used.
The selection affects display readings, values used for alarm evaluation (menu 76xx) and data readable by Modbus communication (option M). Common for
all alarm functions A number of alarms can be configured.
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The following items can be configured to an alarm: Menu number 7570 7580 Alarm EI comm. error EIC warning Comment Communication error Any alarm
listed as warning for the selected engine type in the section `Specific engine type descriptions'. Any alarm listed as shutdown for the selected engine type in
the section `Specific engine type descriptions'. Actual RPM Actual temperature Actual pressure Actual temperature 7590 EIC shutdown 7600 7610/7620
7630/7640 7650/7660 EIC overspeed EIC coolant t. (2 levels) EIC oil press. (2 levels) EIC oil temp. (2 levels) PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 5 THOMSON
TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 J1939 measurement table This is the common J1939 measurement overview
showing which measurements are available. Note that not all measurements are supported by the individual engines; please refer to the specific engine
description.
The table shows which values can be displayed in the view screens. For information about the menu structure, please see the Installation and Operation
Manual. The display values corresponding to the engine communication have a description beginning with `EIC'. Error messages The following error
messages can occur: Message Engine I. value N.A. Value selected error `N.A.' Description The view is not selectable for the present engine type. The value
cannot be read due to sensor error, sub-system or module error.
The value is not supported by the engine, or due to communication error. PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 6 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET
CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Object selection, J1939 The view lines can be configured with these available values. For Modbus scaling, please
see the table on page 39. The engine is expected to use source address 0. Start position st of 1 data byte Length (bytes) PGN no.
Object EIC speed EIC coolant temp. (*1) EIC oil pressure (*2) EIC faults EIC oil temp. (*3) EIC fuel temp. EIC intake manifold #1 P. (also called EIC boost
P.
) EIC air inlet temp. EIC coolant level EIC fuel rate EIC intake manifold 1 temp. (also called EIC charge air temp.) EIC d.d. % torque EIC actual % torque
EIC acc. pedal pos. EIC % load, c. speed EIC air inlet pressure EIC exhaust gas temp. EIC engine hours EIC oil filter diff.
press. EIC key switch battery potential EIC fuel del. press. EIC oil level EIC crankcase press. EIC coolant pressure EIC water in. fuel 61444 65262 65263
65230 65262 65262 65270 65269 65263 65266 65270 61444 61444 61443 61443 65270 65270 65253 65276 65271 65263 65263 65263 65263 65279 EIC
turbo oil temp. 65262 EIC particulate trap inlet 65270 SPN no. Priority 3/6 3/6 6 6 3/6 3/6 6 6 6 6 6 3/6 3/6 3/6 3/6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 3/6 6 4 1 4 1 3 2 2 6 8 1
3 2 3 2 3 4 6 1 4 7 1 3 5 7 1 5 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 bit 2 1 190 RPM 110 C 100 kPA 1218 175 C 174 C 102 kPA 172 111 183
105 C % l/h C 512 513 91 92 106 173 247 % % % % kPA C h 1 %/bit, offset -125% 1 %/bit, offset -125% 0.4 %/bit, offset 0 1 %/bit, offset 0 2 kPA/bit,
offset 0 o o 0.03125 C/bit, offset -273 C 0.
05 hr/bit, offset 0, max: 32767hrs 99 kPA 0.5 kPA/bit, offset 0 158 V DC 0.05 V DC/bit, offset 0 94 98 101 109 97 176 81 kPA % kPA kPA 4 kPA/bit, offset 0
0.4 %/bit, offset 0 1/128 kPA/bit, offset -250 kPA 2 kPA/bit, offset 0 00: No, 01: Yes, 10: Error, 11: Not available o o 0.03125 C/bit, offset -273 C 0.
5 kPA/bit, offset 0 C kPA Unit J1939-71 scaling 0.125 rpm/bit, offset 0 1 deg C/bit, offset -40 C 4 kPA/bit, offset 0 1/bit, offset 0 o o 0.03125 C/bit, offset -273
C o o 1 C/bit, offset -40 C 2 kPA/bit, offset 0 1 C/bit, offset -40 C 0.4 %/bit, offset 0 0.05 l/h per bit, offset 0 1 C/bit, offset -40 C o o o o PM077 R1 09/08/20
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Object EIC air filter diff. EIC coolant filter diff. EIC atmospheric press. EIC ambient air temp. EIC trip fuel gaseous EIC total fuel used gaseous EIC engine
trip fuel EIC engine total fuel used 65270 65270 65269 65269 65199 65199 65257 65257 SPN no.
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For the Iveco Vector 8 type only: (*1): EIC coolant temp.: PGN=65282, priority=6, start at byte 5, length=1byte, SPN=110, same scale (*3): EIC oil temp.:
PGN=65282, priority=6, start at byte 6, length=1byte, SPN=175, same scale (*2): EIC oil pressure. PGN=65282, priority=6, start at byte 7, length=1byte,
8kPa/bit gain, 0kPA offset, data range: 0 to +2000 kPA The objects are not supported by all engines. Please refer to the specific engine type manual for
information about the specific engine.
The Modbus addresses are read only (function code 04h), and are only available if option M (Modbus RTU) is implemented. Verification of J1939 objects To
verify the communication, various CAN PC tools can be used. Common for these are that they must be connected to the CANbus between the MEC 310 unit
and the engine controller. When the tool is connected, it is possible to monitor the communication between the two units. For use of the CAN tool, please refer
to the manual for the product used. As an example, you may see the following telegram: 0xcf00400 DATA BYTE: ff 7d 7d e0 15 ff f0 ff 12 3 4 5678 0xc is the
priority f004 is the PGN number (61444 in decimal value) The 8 bytes following the CAN ID (0xcf00400) are data, starting with byte 1 The priority needs to
be converted to decimal. Note that the 3 priority bits in this case are displayed in the CAN id (You see 0xcf00400 instead of 0x0cf00400). In other cases you
may read e.g. 0x18fef200 (PGN 65266).
Priority 6 6 6 6 7 7 6 6 Unit J1939-71 scaling 0.05 kPA/bit, offset 0 0.5 kPA/bit, offset 0 0.5 kPA/bit, offset 0 o o 0.03125 C/bit, offset -273 C 0.
5 kg/bit, offset 0 0.5 kg/bit, offset 0 0.5 L/bit, offset 0 0.5 L/bit, offset 0 5 8 1 4 1 5 1 5 1 1 1 2 4 4 4 4 107 112 108 171 1039 1040 182 250 kPA kPA kPA C kg
kg L L PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 8 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 The formula to find the
priority number (P) is to divide by 4: 0xc = 12 (Dec) =] Priority 3 Priority 1 2 3 4 5 6 DecID 4d 8d 12d 16d 20d 24d HexID 0x4 0x8 0xc 0x10 0x14 0x18
Normally in SAE J1939, only priority 3 and 6 are used. Hereafter the data can be read (PGN 61444): 0xcf00400 xD ff 7d 7d e0 15 ff f0 ff Engine torque
Driver demand torque Actual engine torque Engine speed Engine speed Source address Engine starter mode Engine Demand Calculation example: RPM
resolution is 0.
125 RPM/bit, offset 0. The result is then 15e0 (Hex) or 5600 (dec)*0.125 = 700 RPM. (Data byte 1) (Data byte 2) (Data byte 3) (Data byte 4) (Data byte 5)
(Data byte 6) (Data byte 7) (Data byte 8) ff 7d 7d e0 15 ff f0 ff Not available Not available Not available PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 9 THOMSON
TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Displaying of J1939 DM1/DM2 and Scania KWP2000 alarms Besides some
engine specific alarms which are shown in the standard alarm list, the J1939 Diagnostic messages DM1 (active alarms) and DM2 (historic alarm log list) as
well as the Scania KWP 2000 alarms can all be shown on the display. MEC 310 J1939 Use the up or down buttons until the DM1 or DM2 is shown in the
display and press enter. The alarm log will be shown in the display. Example: DM1 LOG Oil pressure Low level warning SPN 100 FMI 17 DDEC The alarm
log in DM1 shows the active alarms, the DM2 shows the historical alarms. Use the up and down buttons to scroll through the list. Scania KWP 2000 Use the
up or down buttons until the engine log is shown in the display and press enter. The alarm log will be shown in the display.
Example: Scania KW2000 LOG 1105 Speed sensor 1 Active alarms: 6 The Scania KWP 2000 log shows active and passive alarms in a mix. Use the up and
down buttons to scroll through the list. PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 10 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus
J1939 Control commands sent to the engine Engine types with the possibility to send commands to the ECM via the CANbus communication line: Engine type
Detroit Diesel DDEC X - Volvo Penta EMS 2 John Deere JDEC Scania EMS S6 Generic J1939 Volvo Penta Scania EMS MTU MDEC MTU ADEC Deutz
EMR Caterpillar Cummins Perkins Iveco Command Preheat Start / Stop Engine speed Nominal frequency Governor gain Idle speed Droop Shutdown
override X - X - X - X X X X X X - X - X X X - - X X X - - X X X X X X - X X X X X X - For engine types not mentioned, CANbus control is not supported.
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In these cases start/stop etc. must be send to the controller using hardwired connections. The menu number 7563 has to be used for enabling or disabling the
transmission of all the MEC 310 unit EIC control frames listed in the above table. When the droop command is available for an engine communication type,
the droop function must be enabled by using M-logic only. See the M-logic documentation. When the droop command is not available for an engine
communication type, the droop emulated function can be selected by using M-logic. In this case, it will be the MEC 310 unit that will operate the droop
function.
See the M-logic documentation. PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 11 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 4.
Specific engine type descriptions Alarm enabling/disabling Refer to the MEC 310 Installation and Operation Manual, chapter TPS 300 software
configuration. If an alarm is enabled, it can be inhibited. The configuration of this inhibit function is selectable by means of the TPS 300 software in the menu
line Settings/Inhibits.
The illustration below shows the inhibit EI alarms located in the I/O settings. PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 12 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET
CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Views available on the display Object Speed Coolant temp. Oil pressure EIC: Faults EIC: Oil temp. EIC: Fuel
temp. EIC: Boost pressure EIC: Air inlet temp.
EIC: Coolant level EIC: Fuel rate EIC: Charge air pressure EIC: Charge air temp. EIC: Air inlet pressure EIC: Exhaust gas temp. EIC: Engine hours EIC:
Oil f. diff. press. EIC: Battery voltage EIC: Fuel del. press. EIC: Oil level EIC: Crankcase press. EIC: Coolant pressure EIC: Water in. fuel DDEC Available
Available Available N.
A. Available Available Available Available Available Available N. A. N. A. N. A. N. A. N.
A. N. A. N. A.
N. A. N. A. N.
A. N. A. N. A. EMR Available Available Available Available N. A. N. A. N.
A. N. A. N. A. N. A. N. A. N.
A. N. A. N. A.
N. A. N. A. N.
A. N. A. N. A. N. A. N. A. N.
A. JDEC Available Available Available N. A. N. A. Available N. A. N. A. N.
A. Available N. A. Available N. A.
N. A. N. A. N.
A. N. A. N. A. N. A. N. A. N.
A. N. A. Volvo Penta Available Available Available N. A. Available N. A. Available N. A. Available Available N.
A. Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Available Scania EMS Available Available Available
N. A. Available N. A.
Available N. A. Available Available N. A. Available N.
A. N. A. N. A. N. A. N. A. N.
A. N. A. N. A. N. A. N. A. All the display values corresponding to this option J have a description beginning with `EIC'.
If a view line is not available, it will not be shown. If the value for an available view line is not available due to some type of error in the sensor, sub-system or
module, `--' is shown. If the value for an available view line is not available (e.g. due to a communication error), the value field is exchanged with `--'.
The menu 6001 (Engine I. Comm.) is affecting the shown value on the display. PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 13 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET
CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Display functions The display indicates both readings and alarms. Illustrated below are examples with icons and
English language.
MEC 310 version Type and software version. Battery RPM 00000.h 24.0 V 0 Battery voltage, RPM and running hours counter. 1 0d 2 0d 27/11 2006 00000.h
0h 0h 14:30:55 Service timer 1 and 2. Date and time. Alarm list 2 alarm(s) High Battery Ack 2 alarm(s) Press to enter the list of active alarms. Active alarm
list. The alarm list pops up automatically, when an alarm appears.
When the arrow is present, more alarms are active. Press to scroll through the list. Exit the list by pressing ESC. Parameter Press to enter the parameter
setting. D+ delay 0.0 s 10.0 s 100.0 s Parameter example: D+ delay setting. Use or to scroll through the settings list. If change of settings is necessary, press
and enter the password.
Then use or to change values. Use ESC to leave settings.
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Min. value Actual value Max. value The available parameters depend on the set options.
Some parameters can only be changed using the TPS 300 programming software. The parameter list will automatically be abandoned, if no button is pressed
during a 30 sec. period. PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 14 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Running
detection During a start sequence the start relay is deactivated, if: the speed exceeds the RPM running setting the running feedback input is ON, or the
measured frequency of the generator is above 30Hz, or the speed information given by the EIC communication is above the limit EICoverspeed_6010 During
a stop sequence the generator is considered to be stopped, if: the speed is below the running setting the running feedback input is OFF, or the measured
frequency of the generator is below 30Hz, or the speed information given by the EIC communication is below the limit EICoverspeed_6010 PM077 R1
09/08/20 Page 15 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 The J1939 warnings/shutdowns with
corresponding SPN and FMI numbers in this chapter refer to those that will automatically appear in the alarm list. The alarms can be acknowledged from the
display.
The available alarms vary from engine type to engine type. Besides these, the entire log list can be read in the engine controller by holding the `LOG' button
for 3 seconds. Caterpillar/Perkins (J1939) Warnings and shutdowns Warning/shutdown list SPN 100 102 110 172 174 190 J1939 codes FMI FMI warning
shutdown 17 1 15 15 1 15 15 15 0 X X Low oil pressure Intake manifold #1 P Coolant temperature High inlet air temp. Fuel temperature Overspeed EIC
yellow lamp EIC red lamp FMI indication ` ` means that the alarm in question is not supported. Write commands to engine controller Engine controls All
the write commands to the engine controller (ex: speed, start/stop, etc.) are enabled in setting 7563 (EIC Controls). Engine speed CANbus ID for speed
control: 0x0c000000. J1939 TSC1. The speed regulation is enabled in setting 2781 (Reg. output) and 7563 (EIC Controls).
PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 16 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Cummins CM850 (J1939) Warnings
and shutdowns Warning/shutdown list SPN 100 110 175 105 174 111 190 101 109 J1939 codes FMI FMI warning shutdown 18 1 16 0 16 0 16 0 16 0 18 1 16
0 1 X X Low oil pressure Coolant temperature Oil temperature Intake manifold temp Fuel temperature Coolant level low Overspeed Crankcase pressure high
Coolant pressure low EIC yellow lamp EIC red lamp FMI indication ` ` means that the alarm in question is not supported. Write commands to engine
controller Engine controls All the write commands to the engine controller (ex: speed, start/stop, etc.) are enabled in setting 7563 (EIC Controls). Engine
speed CANbus ID for speed control: 0x00FF69DC. For Cummins proprietary `Engine governing' EG telegram, the source address of the ML-2 controller is
0xDC/220 dec). The speed regulation is enabled in setting 2781 (Reg. output) and 7563 (EIC Controls). Frequency selection Nominal frequency is written
automatically based on the frequency nominal setting. 50Hz is written if fNOM [ 55Hz, 60Hz is written if fNOM is ]55Hz. Gain setting Gain is set in menu
2773.
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Warnings and shutdowns Warning/shutdown list SPN J1939 codes FMI FMI warning shutdown X X EIC yellow lamp EIC red lamp FMI indication ` ` means
that the alarm in question is not supported. Write commands to engine controller Engine controls All the write commands to the engine controller (ex: speed,
start/stop, etc.) are enabled in setting 7563 (EIC Controls). Engine speed CANbus ID for speed control: 0x0c000000. J1939 TSC1.
The speed regulation is enabled in settings 2781 (Reg.
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output) and 7563 (EIC Controls). PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 18 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939
Deutz EMR 2 (J1939) Warnings and shutdowns Warning/shutdown list SPN 100 110 190 J1939 codes FMI FMI warning shutdown 1 0 0 X X Low oil pressure
Coolant temperature Overspeed EIC yellow lamp EIC red lamp FMI indication ` ` means that the alarm in question is not supported. Write commands to
engine controller Engine controls All the write commands to the engine controller (ex: speed, start/stop, etc.) are enabled in setting 7563 (EIC Controls).
Engine speed CANbus ID for speed control: 0xc000003. For J1939 TSC1, the source address of the ML2 controller is 3. The speed regulation is enabled in
setting 2781 (Reg. output) and 7563 (EIC Controls). PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 19 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J
CANbus J1939 General J1939 (J1939) Warnings and shutdowns Warning/shutdown list SPN J1939 codes FMI FMI warning shutdown X X EIC yellow lamp
EIC red lamp FMI indication ` ` means that the alarm in question is not supported. Write commands to engine controller Engine controls All the write
commands to the engine controller (ex: speed, start/stop, etc.) are enabled in setting 7563 (EIC Controls). Engine speed CANbus ID for speed control:
0x0c000000. J1939 TSC1. The speed regulation is enabled in setting 2781 (Reg.
output) and 7563 (EIC Controls). PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 20 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939
Iveco (J1939) Warnings and shutdowns Warning/shutdown list SPN 100 102 110 172 174 190 J1939 codes FMI FMI warning shutdown 17 1 15 15 0 15 15
15 0 X X Low oil pressure Intake manifold #1 P Coolant temperature High inlet air temp. Fuel temperature Overspeed EIC yellow lamp EIC red lamp FMI
indication ` ` means that the alarm in question is not supported. Write commands to engine controller Engine controls All the write commands to the engine
controller (ex: speed, start/stop, etc.) are enabled in setting 7563 (EIC Controls). Engine speed CANbus ID for speed control: 0xc000003. For J1939 TSC1,
the source address of the ML-2 controller is 3. For the Iveco Vector 8 type only: CANbus ID for speed control: 0xcFF0027. The speed regulation is enabled
in setting 2781 (Reg. output) and 7563 (EIC Controls).
PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 21 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 John Deere JDEC (J1939)
Warnings and shutdowns Warning/shutdown list SPN 100 105 110 1076 174 2000 J1939 codes FMI FMI warning shutdown 18 1 16 16 0 10 6 16 6 X X Low
oil pressure Intake manifold Coolant temperature Fuel injection pump Fuel temperature ECU failure EIC yellow lamp EIC red lamp FMI indication ` `
means that the alarm in question is not supported. Write commands to engine controller Engine controls All the write commands to the engine controller (ex:
speed, start/stop, etc.) are enabled in setting 7563 (EIC Controls). Engine speed CANbus ID for speed control: 0x0c000000. J1939 TSC1.
The speed regulation is enabled in setting 2781 (Reg. output) and 7563 (EIC Controls). PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 22 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310
GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 MTU ADEC (CANopen) The MTU ADEC is not a part of the J1939, therefore the reading of values,
alarms and shutdowns are different. Display readings Object EIC speed EIC coolant temp. EIC oil pressure EIC faults EIC oil temp.
EIC fuel temp. EIC Coolant level EIC charge air pressure EIC charge air temp. (or EIC intake manifold 1 temp.) EIC air inlet press. EIC running hours EIC
ECU power supp. EIC oil level EIC after cooler water inlet temp. EIC atmospheric press. EIC ambient air temp. EIC exch. temp.
A EIC exch. temp. B EIC temp. winding 1 EIC temp. winding 2 EIC temp. winding 3 EIC turbo 1 outlet temp. EIC engine intercooler temp. The Modbus
addresses are read only (function code 04h), and are only available if option M Modbus RTU is implemented.
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PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 23 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Warning Below is a list of
warnings that can be shown on the display. The warnings will be shown as an alarm in the alarm window.
The alarms can be acknowledged from the display, but they will be visible until the alarm disappears in the ECM module. Warning list Coolant temp. high
Charge air temp. high Intercooler coolant temp. high Lube oil temp.
high ECU temp. high Engine speed too low Prelube fail. Start speed not reached Common alarm (yellow) Lube oil pressure low Coolant level low Intercooler
coolant level low ECU defect Speed demand failure Power supply low voltage Power supply high voltage Overspeed Lube oil press. low Coolant temp. high
Lube oil temp.
high Charge air temp. high Warning list ECU power supply high ECU power supply low Generator temp. high Holding tank high level Holding tank low level
Generator winding 1 high temp. Generator winding 2 high temp. Generator winding 3 high temp. Ambient temp. high Water in fuel 1 Water in fuel 2 Fuel
temp. high Exhaust bank A high temp. Exhaust bank B high temp. Fuel high pressure 1 Fuel high pressure 2 Day tank high level Day tank low level Run-up
speed not reached Idle speed not reached Shutdown Below is a shutdown value that can be shown on the display.
It is possible to configure `EIC shutdown' in the system setup to put the unit in a shutdown state and/or to activate relay outputs if necessary. The shutdown
state is present, until it disappears in the ECM module. Shutdown list AL Com. Alarm Red PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 24 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC
310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Write commands to engine controller Engine controls All the write commands to the engine
controller (ex: speed, start/stop, etc.) are enabled in setting 7563 (EIC Controls). Engine speed CANbus ID for speed control: 0x300+ADEC ID speed
demand telegram (ADEC ID is selected in menu 7562, default ID is 6 0x306). The speed regulation is enabled in setting 2781 (Reg. output) and 7563 (EIC
Controls). Start/Stop command Frequency selection Nominal frequency is written automatically based on the frequency nominal setting. 50Hz is written if
fNOM [ 55Hz, 60Hz is written if fNOM is ]55Hz.
The CANopen node ID no is selected in setting 7562. The default value (6) usually matches the ADEC setting. PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 25 THOMSON
TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 MTU MDEC module 302/303 (MTU) The MTU MDEC is not a part of the
J1939, therefore the reading of values, alarms and shutdowns are different. Displayed values Object EIC speed EIC coolant temp. EIC oil pressure EIC faults
EIC oil temp.
EIC fuel temp. EIC charge air pressure EIC charge air temp. (or EIC intake manifold 1 temp.) The Modbus addresses are read only (function code 04h), and
are only available if the option M Modbus RTU is implemented. Alarms Below is a list of alarms that can be shown on the display.
The alarms will be shown in the alarm window. The alarms can be acknowledged from the display, but they will be visible until the alarm disappears in the
ECM module. Alarm list MDEC yellow alarm MDEC red alarm Overspeed Low oil pressure High coolant temp. High oil temp High intercooler temp.
Defective cool. level switch Low coolant level MDEC ECU failure Warning X X X X X Shutdown X X X X X X X MDEC indication " " means that the alarm in
question is not supported. Write commands to engine controller None. PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 26 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET
CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Scania EMS (J1939) Warning/shutdowns None. Write commands to engine controller None. Scania EMS 2 S6
(J1939) Scania EMS 2 S6 does not use the J1939 SPN/FMI (Suspect Parameter Number/Failure Mode Indicator) system for alarm handling.
Instead the DNL2 system is used. For this reason, the alarm handling is also different. Warnings and shutdowns (DNL2 alarms) Below is a list of warnings
and shutdowns that can be shown on the display.
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They will be shown as an alarm in the alarm window. The alarms can be acknowledged from the display, but they will be visible until the alarm disappears in
the ECM module. Warning/shutdown list EMS warning Low oil pressure High coolant temp Stop limit exceeded Charge 61 EIC yellow lamp EIC red lamp
DNL2 warning X X X X X - DNL2 shutdown X X DNL2 indication " " means that the alarm in question is not supported. Handling of alarms is only active
when the engine is running. Error log It is possible to retrieve and acknowledge alarms in the error log of the Scania EMS S6 (KWP 2000). The alarms
available are the same alarms, which can be read by the flash combination of the diagnostics lamp on the EMS S6 (please refer to the engine documentation).
For option J, the EMS S6 software version and engine number is automatically retrieved when CANbus communication is established.
PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 27 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Flash code 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
23 25 27 31 32 33 37 43 48 49 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 61 66 86 87 89 94 96 99 MEC310 displayed text Overreving Speed sensor 1 Speed sensor 2 Water
T sen. Char. air T sen Char. air P sen Oil temp. sen.
Oil pres. sen. Fault in cor. Throttle pedal Emerg. stop o.
r Oil pres. prot Wrong parameter Battery voltage Emerg. stop cor CAN cir. defect CAN mess. DLN1 Wrong CAN ver. Un. inj. cyl. 1 Un. inj.
cyl. 2 Un. inj. cyl. 3 Un. inj. cyl. 4 Un. inj. cyl.
5 Un. inj. cyl. 6 Un. inj.
cyl. 7 Un. inj. cyl. 8 Extra ana.
inp. System shutdown Coola. l. prot. HW watchdog Fault in RAM Seal Coola. shut off Overheat prot. Fault in TPU Description One or both engine speed
sensors have indicated above 3000 RPM Engine sensor 1 Engine sensor 2 Engine coolant temperature sensor Charge air temperature sensor Charge air
pressure sensor Oil temperature sensor Oil pressure sensor Fault in coordinator CAN message for fine tune nominal speed out of range Engine stop
overridden Oil pressure protection activated Wrong parameter setting for defect CAN communication Battery voltage out of range Emergency stop switch
activated CAN circuit defect CAN message from the coordinator missing or not correct Non-matching CAN version in EMS and coordinator Unit injector
cylinder 1 Unit injector cylinder 2 Unit injector cylinder 3 Unit injector cylinder 4 Unit injector cylinder 5 Unit injector cylinder 6 Unit injector cylinder 7
Unit injector cylinder 8 Voltage out of range on extra analogue input pin System shut down incorrectly Low engine coolant level Hardware watchdog The
EMS has detected that the fault code memory is not functioning correctly The program in the EMS has been altered in a prohibited manner Engine coolant
temperature/oil pressure shutdown Overheat protection activated Error in TPU Timer Processor Unit Write commands to engine controller Engine controls
All the write commands to the engine controller (ex: speed, start/stop, etc.) are enabled in setting 7563 (EIC Controls) Droop Engine speed CANbus ID:
Offset: 0xcfff727 Speed: 0x0cff8027 PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 28 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus
J1939 Frequency selection Nominal speed/frequency is selected in 2772. If `User' is selected, nominal speed/frequency is written automatically, based on the
frequency nominal setting. Start/stop command The speed regulation is enabled in setting 2781 (Reg.
output) and 7563 (EIC Controls). It is only possible to write commands to the engine when the Scania Coordinator is NOT mounted. Control In the parameter
2770 it is possible to configure the droop setting and the initial speed setting. Volvo Penta EMS (J1939) Warnings and shutdowns Warning/shutdown list SPN
100 102 110 172 174 94 98 190 111 J1939 codes FMI FMI warning shutdown 5 5 5 5 5 X 0 1 X Low oil pressure Intake manifold #1 P Coolant temperature
High inlet air temp. Fuel temperature Fuel pressure Oil level Overspeed Coolant level low EIC yellow lamp EIC red lamp Write commands to engine
controller None.
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PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 29 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Volvo Penta EMS 2 (J1939) EMS 2
and EDCIII/D6, D7, D9, D12 and D16 (GE and AUX variants only). Warnings and shutdowns Warning/shutdown list SPN 100 102 110 172 174 94 98 190
111 J1939 codes FMI FMI warning shutdown 5 5 5 5 5 0 1 X X Low oil pressure Intake manifold #1 P Coolant temperature High inlet air temp. Fuel
temperature Fuel pressure Oil level Overspeed Coolant level low EIC yellow lamp EIC red lamp FMI indication " " means that the alarm in question is not
supported, Write commands to engine controller Engine controls All the write commands to the engine controller (ex: speed, start/stop, etc.) are enabled in
setting 7563 (EIC Controls). Engine speed CANbus ID for speed control: 0x0cff4611 Volvo Penta proprietary telegram.
Preheat Start/stop Readable states Preheat and running The speed regulation is enabled in setting 2781 (Reg. output) and 7563 (EIC Controls).
Selection of primary or secondary speed is selected in setting 2774. PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 30 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET
CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 5. Parameters Parameters related to engine communication can be found in settings 2770 and 7500-7660.
Please refer to the separate parameter list for details: For MEC 310, please see the "MEC310 Installation and Operation Manual" document. PM077 R1
09/08/20 Page 31 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 6. Modbus communication This chapter is to be
considered as additional information for option M (Modbus RS 485 RTU). Please refer to the ECM (Engine Communication Module) user manuals for more
information about the ECM protocol technical description and the details of each communication value. If option M is installed, then the data can be
transmitted to a PLC, a computer, the alarm-andmonitoring system or a Scada system.
Please refer to the option M technical documentation for more information about our standard external Modbus communication. A certain amount of engine
data can be transmitted from the engine communication module to the controller unit. They can be transmitted through Modbus option M. The available
values depend on the selected type of engine communication. The data readable by the Modbus communication are converted into the chosen unit in menu
10970. Reading of analogue values The reading of values is independent of engine type, so all readings below are available in the Modbus protocol. The
availability of data from the individual engine types is dependent on the specific engine. Please refer to the engine manual in question. These data refer to the
common J1939 display reading list as well as the overview of readings in the MTU ADEC (CANopen) and MTU MDEC (MTU protocol). Measurement table
(read only) function code 04h.
Addr Content Unit J1939 593 594 595 596 597 598 599 600 EIC speed EIC coolant temp. EIC oil pressure EIC no of faults EIC oil temp. EIC fuel temp. EIC
intake manifold #1 P EIC air inlet temp. [RPM] [deg] [F] [bar] [psi] [Faults] [deg] [F] [deg] [F] [bar] [psi] [deg] [F] 1/1 1/1 1/100 1/1 1/10 1/1 1/100 1/1
Scaling ADEC 1/1 1/10 1/100 1/1 1/10 1/10 1/100 MDEC 1/1 1/10 1/100 1/1 1/10 1/10 Speed Coolant temperature Engine oil pressure Number of faults
Engine oil temperature Fuel temperature Intake manifold #1 P Air inlet temperature Description PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 32 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY
MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Measurement table (read only) function code 04h. Addr Content Unit J1939 601 602 603 604
605 EIC coolant level EIC fuel rate EIC charge air press EIC intake manifold 1 T (or EIC charge air T) EIC d.d. % torque [%] [L/h] [bar] [psi] [deg] [F]
[%] 1/10 1/10 1/1 1/1 Scaling ADEC MDEC 1/100 1/10 Coolant level Fuel rate Charge air press Intake manifold 1 temperature Driver's demand engine -
percent torque Actual engine percent torque Accelerator pedal position Percent load at current speed Air inlet pressure Exhaust gas temperature ENGINE
HOURS Oil filter diff press Keyswitch battery potential Fuel delivery pressure Engine oil level Crankcase pressure Coolant pressure Water in fuel (1 = Yes, 0
=NO) Turbo oil temp.
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Trap inlet Air filter diff press Cool filter diff press Atmospheric pressure Ambient air temp [F/10] Description 606 607 608 609 610 611 612 613 614 615 616
617 618 619 620 621 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 EIC actual % torque EIC acc. pedal pos.
EIC % load, c. speed EIC air inlet pressure EIC exhaust gas temp. EIC engine hours EIC oil filter diff. press. EIC battery voltage EIC fuel del.
press. EIC oil level EIC crankcase press. EIC coolant pressure EIC water in fuel Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved EIC turbo oil temp. EIC trap inlet
EIC Air filter diff press EIC Cool filter diff press EIC Atm press EIC Ambient air temp [%] [%] [%] [bar] [psi] [deg] [F] [H] [bar] [psi] [V] [bar] [psi] [%]
[bar] [psi] [bar] [psi] [2 bits] [deg] [F] [bar] [psi] [bar] [psi] [bar] [psi] [bar] [psi] [deg] [F] 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/100 1/10 1/1 1/100 1/10 1/100 1/10 1/100
1/100 1/1 1/1 - - 1/10 1/100 - - 1/10 1/100 1/1000 1/100 1/100 1/10 - PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 33 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET
CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Measurement table (read only) function code 04h. Addr Content Unit J1939 629 630 631 632 633 634 635 636 637
638 639 640 641 EIC exch.
temp A EIC exch. temp B EIC Winding 1 temp EIC Winding 2 temp EIC Winding 3 temp Reserved Reserved EIC Turbo 1 compr outlet press EIC Intercooler
temp EIC trip fuel_gaseous EIC total fuel used_gaseous EIC engine trip fuel EIC engine total fuel used [deg] [F] [deg] [F] [deg] [F] [deg] [F] [deg] [F]
[bar] [psi] [deg][F] [kg] [ton] [L] [kL] 1/1 1/10 1/1 1/10 Scaling ADEC 1/10 1/10 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/10 1/10 MDEC Exh. temp bank A Exch. temp bank B Gen
winding 1 temp Gen winding 2 temp Gen winding 3 temp Turbo 1 compr outlet press Intercooler temp Trip fuel, gaseous Total fuel used, gaseous Engine trip
fuel Engine total fuel used Description PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 34 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus
J1939 Alarms, Caterpillar/Perkins Alarm, status and measurement table (read only) function code 04h. Addr. 1020 Content EIC alarms, MEC 310 controller
Type Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 8 Bit 9 Bit 10 Bit 11 1024 EIC alarms, engine controller (DM1)
7570 EIC communication error 7580 EIC warning 7590 EIC shutdown 7600 EIC overspeed 7610 EIC coolant water temperature 1 7620 EIC coolant water
temperature 2 7630 EIC oil pressure 1 7640 EIC oil pressure 2 EIC low oil pressure, warning EIC low oil pressure, shutdown EIC boost pressure, warning
EIC high coolant temperature, warning EIC low coolant level, shutdown EIC high inlet air temperature, warning EIC fuel temperature, warning EIC ECM
yellow lamp, warning EIC ECM red lamp, shutdown EIC overspeed, warning EIC overspeed, shutdown Alarms, Cummins Alarm, status and measurement
table (read only) function code 04h. Addr. 1020 Content EIC alarms, MEC 310 controller Type Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit
3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 8 Bit 9 Bit 10 Bit 11 Bit 12 Bit 13 Bit 14 1024 EIC alarms, engine controller (DM1) 7570 EIC communication error 7580 EIC
warning 7590 EIC shutdown 7600 EIC overspeed 7610 EIC coolant water temperature 1 7620 EIC coolant water temperature 2 7630 EIC oil pressure 1 7640
EIC oil pressure 2 EIC DEC communication error EIC low oil pressure, warning EIC low oil pressure, shutdown EIC high coolant temp, warning EIC high
coolant temperature, shutdown EIC low coolant level, warning EIC low coolant level, shutdown EIC intake manifold temp, warning EIC intake manifold,
shutdown EIC fuel temp., warning EIC fuel temp, shutdown EIC coolant pressure, shutdown EIC oil temp., warning EIC oil temp.
, warning EIC overspeed shutdown PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 35 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939
Addr. Content Type Bit 15 EIC crankcase press., shutdown Alarms, DDEC Detroit engines Alarm, status and measurement table (read only) function code
04h.
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Addr. 1020 Content EIC alarms, MEC 310 controller Type Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 1024 EIC alarms, engine controller
(DM1) 7570 EIC communication error 7580 EIC warning 7590 EIC shutdown 7600 EIC overspeed 7610 EIC coolant water temperature 1 7620 EIC coolant
water temperature 2 7630 EIC oil pressure 1 7640 EIC oil pressure 2 EIC communication error, warning EIC warning EIC shutdown Alarms, EMR 2 Deutz
engines Alarm, status and measurement table (read only) function code 04h. Addr. 1020 Content EIC alarms, MEC 310 controller Type Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3
Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 1024 EIC alarms, engine controller (DM 1) 7570 EIC communication error 7580 EIC warning 7590 EIC
shutdown 7600 EIC overspeed 7610 EIC coolant water temperature 1 7620 EIC coolant water temperature 2 7630 EIC oil pressure 1 7640 EIC oil pressure 2
EIC high coolant temperature, shutdown EIC low oil pressure, shutdown EIC overspeed, shutdown EIC EMR shutdown (LS: lamp status) EIC EMR warning
(LS: lamp status) PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 36 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Alarms, General
J1939 Alarm, status and measurement table (read only) function code 04h. Addr. 1020 Content EIC alarms, MEC 310 controller Type Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3
Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 7570 EIC communication error 7580 EIC warning 7590 EIC shutdown 7600 EIC overspeed 7610 EIC coolant water temperature 1
7620 EIC coolant water temperature 2 7630 EIC oil pressure 1 7640 EIC oil pressure 2 PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 37 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310
GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Alarms, Iveco Alarm, status and measurement table (read only) function code 04h. Addr.
1020 Content EIC alarms, MEC 310 controller Type Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 8 Bit 9 Bit 10 Bit 11
1024 EIC alarms, engine controller (DM 1) 7570 EIC communication error 7580 EIC warning 7590 EIC shutdown 7600 EIC overspeed 7610 EIC coolant
water temperature 1 7620 EIC coolant water temperature 2 7630 EIC oil pressure 1 7640 EIC oil pressure 2 EIC low oil pressure, warning EIC low oil
pressure, shutdown EIC boost pressure, warning EIC high coolant temperature, warning EIC high coolant temperature, shutdown EIC high inlet air
temperature, warning EIC fuel temperature, warning EIC ECM yellow lamp, warning EIC ECM red lamp, shutdown EIC overspeed, warning EIC overspeed,
shutdown Alarms, JDEC John Deere engines Alarm, status and measurement table (read only) function code 04h. Addr. 1020 Content EIC alarms, MEC 310
controller Type Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 8 Bit 9 Bit 10 7570 EIC communication error 7580
EIC warning 7590 EIC shutdown 7600 EIC overspeed 7610 EIC coolant water temperature 1 7620 EIC coolant water temperature 2 7630 EIC oil pressure 1
7640 EIC oil pressure 2 EIC high coolant temperature, shutdown EIC low oil pressure, shutdown EIC fuel temperature, shutdown EIC fuel control valve,
shutdown EIC ECU failure, shutdown EIC oil pressure, warning EIC intake manifold, warning EIC coolant temperature, warning EIC fuel injection pump,
warning EIC JDEC shutdown (LS: lamp status) EIC JDEC warning (LS: lamp status) 1024 EIC alarms, engine controller (DM 1) PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page
38 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Alarms, MTU ADEC Alarm, status and measurement table
(read only) function code 04h. Addr. 1020 Content EIC alarms, MEC 310 controller Type Bit 0 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit
5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 8 Bit 9 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 8 Bit 9 Bit 10 Bit 11 Bit 12 Bit 13 Bit 14 Bit 15 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit
7 Bit 8 Bit 9 Bit 10 Bit 11 Bit 12 Bit 13 Bit 14 1022 EIC alarms, engine controller 1023 EIC alarms, engine controller 1024 EIC alarms, engine controller
EIC communication error EIC shutdown EIC overspeed EIC coolant water temperature 1 EIC coolant water temperature 2 EIC oil pressure 1 EIC oil
pressure 2 EIC ECU power supp voltage LoLo EIC Fuel high temp EIC Exhaust A high temp EIC Exhaust B high temp EIC Pressure 1 high (Aux 1) EIC
Pressure 2 high (Aux 2) EIC Day tank high level EIC Day tank low level EIC Run-up speed not reached EIC Idle speed not reached EIC Common alarm red
EIC Overspeed EIC Lube oil press LowLow EIC Coolant temperature HiHi EIC Lube oil temp HiHi EIC Charge air temp HiHi EIC ECU power supp voltage
HiHi EIC Generator temp high warning EIC Holding tank high level EIC Holding tank low level EIC Winding 1 temp high EIC Winding 2 temp high EIC
Winding 3 temp high EIC Ambient temp high EIC Water in fuel 1 EIC Water in fuel 2 EIC Coolant high temp EIC Charge air high temp EIC Intercooler
coolant high temp EIC Lube oil high temp EIC ECU high temp EIC Engine speed low EIC Prelube fail EIC Start speed not reached Common alarm EIC
yellow EIC Lube oil pressure low EIC Coolant level low EIC Intercooler coolant level low EIC ECU defect EIC Speed demand defect EIC Power supply low
voltage PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 39 THOMSON TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Addr.
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Content Type Bit 15 EIC Power supply high voltage Alarms, MTU MDEC series 2000/4000 module 302 & 303 Alarm, status and measurement table (read
only) function code 04h. Addr. 1020 Content EIC alarms, MEC 310 controller Type Bit 0 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit
6 Bit 7 Bit 8 Bit 9 Bit 10 Bit 11 Bit 12 1024 EIC alarms, engine controller EIC communication error EIC shutdown EIC overspeed EIC coolant water
temperature 1 EIC coolant water temperature 2 EIC oil pressure 1 EIC oil pressure 2 EIC overspeed, shutdown EIC low oil pressure, warning EIC low oil
pressure, shutdown EIC low coolant level, shutdown EIC MDEC ECU failure, shutdown EIC high coolant temperature, warning EIC high coolant
temperature, shutdown EIC high intercooler coolant temp, warning EIC high oil temperature, shutdown EIC high charge air temperature, shutdown EIC
defect coolant level switch, warning EIC MDEC yellow alarm, warning EIC MDEC red alarm, shutdown PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 40 THOMSON
TECHNOLOGY MEC 310 GENSET CONTROLLER - Option J CANbus J1939 Alarms, Scania Alarm, status and measurement table (read only) function
code 04h. Addr. 1026 Content EIC alarms (KWP 2000) Type Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 8 Bit 9 Bit 10 Bit 11 Bit 12 Bit 13 Bit 14 Bit 15 Bit
0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 8 Bit 9 Bit 10 Bit 11 Bit 12 Bit 13 Bit 14 Bit 15 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 8 Bit 9 Bit 10 Bit 11
Bit 12 Bit 13 Bit 14 Bit 15 1027 EIC alarms (KWP 2000) 1028 EIC alarms (KWP 2000) EIC overreving EIC speed sensor 1 EIC speed sensor 2 EIC water
temp.
sensor EIC charge air temp. sensor EIC charge air pressure sensor EIC oil temp. sensor EIC oil pressure sensor EIC fault in cor. EIC throttle pedal EIC
emergency stop override EIC oil pressure prot. EIC wrong parameter EIC battery voltage EIC oil pressure prot. EIC emergency stop cor. EIC CAN cir.
defect EIC CAN mess. DLN1 EIC Wrong CAN version EIC un. inj.
cyl. 1 EIC un. inj. cyl. 2 EIC un. inj. cyl. 3 EIC un. inj. cyl.
4 EIC un. inj. cyl. 5 EIC un. inj.
cyl. 6 EIC un. inj. cyl. 7 EIC un.
inj. cyl. 8 EIC extra ana. inp. EIC system shutdown EIC coola. L. prot. EIC HW watchdog EIC fault in RAM EIC seal EIC coola. shut OFF EIC overheat prot.
Fault in TPU Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used PM077 R1 09/08/20 Page 41
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only) function code 04h.
Addr. 1020 Content EIC alarms, MEC 310 controller Type Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 0 Bit 1 Bit 2 Bit 3 Bit 4 Bit 5 Bit 6 Bit 7 Bit 8 Bit 10
Bit 11 1024 EIC alarms (DM 1) 7570 EIC communication error 7580 EIC warning 7590 EIC shutdown 7600 EIC overspeed 7610 EIC coolant water
temperature 1 7620 EIC coolant water temperature 2 7630 EIC oil pressure 1 7640 EIC oil pressure 2 EIC overspeed, warning EIC oil pressure, warning
EIC oil temperature, warning EIC high coolant temperature, warning EIC low coolant level, warning EIC fuel pressure, warning EIC ECM yellow lamp,
warning EIC ECM red lamp, shutdown EIC high inlet air temperature, warning EIC battery voltage, warning EIC low oil level, warning Thomson
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