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Installation Guideline

Installation Guideline

This guideline describes the recommended installation procedure and maintenance for the STT SCRmarine system
Latest version available at www.sttemtec.com

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Table of content
1. Purpose
2. The SCR technology
2.1. The STT SCRmarine system
2.2. Catalyst and POC
2.2.1 SCR Catalyst configurations
2.2.2 POC
2.2.3 Noise reduction
2.2.4 Catalyst
2.2.5 Thermal expansion
2.3. Mixer assembly & injection nozzle
2.3.1 Replacing the injection nozzle
2.4. Urea dosing unit (UDS)
2.4.1 Installation
2.4.2 Replacing the urea dosing unit
2.4.3 Replacing the DEF filter
2.4.4 Adjusting the main air pressure
2.4.5 Adjusting the secondary air pressure
2.5. Urea/air lines & connections
2.5.1 Urea line, from tank to dosing unit
2.5.2 Urea nozzle, from dosing unit to mixer
2.5.3 Urea line, from dosing unit to tank
2.6. Urea tank
2.7 Insulation

3. Electrical and pneumatic system


3.1 NOx concentration sensor
3.2 Exhaust temperature sensors
3.3 Exhaust back pressure sensor
3.4 Monitoring system
3.5 Control cabinet
3.6 Wiring harness and hose/tube length information
3.7 Wiring, layout drawing

4. Post installation adjustments and inspection

5. Service and maintenance


5.1 Required service
5.1.1 Control cabinet
5.1.2 Urea lines / connections
5.1.3 Flange connections
5.1.4 Injection nozzle and mixer unit
5.1.5 Mixer unit
5.1.6 DEF filter

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6. Technical specifications
6.1 Urea dosing unit (UDS)
6.2 Nozzle
6.3 Urea line, tank - - dosing unit
6.4 Urea line, dosing unit - - tank
6.5 Main air regulator
6.6 Urea tank
6.7 POC
6.8 Catalyst
6.9 Control cabinet

Appendix 1 Assembly drawings


Appendix 2 Wiring connection and length diagram
Appendix 3 Post installation adjustment and inspection
Appendix 4 Trouble shooting guide
Appendix 5 Commissioning prerequisites
Appendix 6 Adblue safety manual
Appendix 7 Installing analogue sensors

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1 Purpose

The purpose of this document is to give sufficient information on how to use and install the key
components of the SCRmarine system. The installation guideline also describes the post
adjustments and inspection processes and gives general information on service and maintenance.

2 The SCR technology


NOx, nitrogen oxides, produced during the combustion process in diesel engines is a contributing
factor to air pollution. In an SCR system (Selective Catalytic Reduction) the injected urea reacts
over the catalyst with the harmful NOx gases in the exhaust and converts it to water and nitrogen.

4NH 3 + 4NO + O2 4N2 + 6H2O

The urea is a clear, non-toxic chemical. It is in normal conditions safe to handle and is not harmful
to the environment. To be able to inject the urea into the exhaust, a mixture of urea diluted in
distilled water, called DEF is used. Urea can cause corrosion to metal parts, therefore the handling
equipment must be designed to withstand urea. This applies to tanks, pumps, lines, etc.

In this document the common names DEF and urea are used instead of trade names.

It is important to only use urea liquid controlled by the DIN 70070-standard.

Note! The fuel quality for the SCR system is MGO with 1000ppm sulphur.

Note! If a POC is used in combination with SCR or as a stand alone unit, the fuel
quality must fulfill EN 590.

Figure 1 on the next page is a general component location guide for the urea system.

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2.1 The STT SCRmarine system

Figure 1. SCR marine system configuration

1. SCR Catalyst, 2. Injection point, 3. Mixer unit, 4. Diagnostic display, 5. Urea tank, 6. Urea dosing unit,
7. Electronic control unit (ECU), 8. Urea pressure sensor, 9. Control cabinet, 10. Air pressure regulator,
11. Temperature sensor, 12. Exhaust pressure sensor, 13. NOx sensor, 14. Urea nozzle,
15. Urea line; from pump to tank. 16. Urea line; from tank to pump, 17. POC (Option),
18. Sensor adapter exhaust pipe (Option).

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2.2 Catalyst and POC

2.2.1 SCR Catalyst configurations

The STT SCRmarine system is a modular system based on the same type of key components for
each engine size. Different SCR catalyst diameter and length are used for the different
configurations. The larger SCR catalysts LA to LC are housed in a 15 inch canning and the
smaller systems, MD and ME uses a 11.25 inch canning.

A recommendation table based on the rated power of the engine is presented in figure 2.
8
ME
7
MD
6
SCR Setup

LC
5
4
LB
3
LA
2
XA
1
0
XB
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800

Rating (kW)
Figure 2. System size recommendation determined by engine power rating

The additional exhaust backpressure caused by the pressure drop over the SCR catalyst
configuration is dependent on the actual exhaust volume flow. The actual volume flow can be
calculated from the exhaust mass flow, available from the engine specification sheet, and the
measured exhaust temperature at a point near the catalyst inlet.

Figure 3 presents typical exhaust mass flow rates versus rated engine power together with the
corresponding volume flows at exhaust temperatures from 300 to 500C.
Note that this data is a guideline only and that data from the engine manufacturer are to be used
for determine the proper SCR catalyst configuration.

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10000
Kg/h
9000
M3/h (@ 300 deg C)
Exhaust flow (kg/h, M3/h)

8000
M3/h (@ 400 deg C)
7000 M3/h (@ 500 deg C)
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
Power(kW)

Figure 3

Depending on the SCR catalyst configuration the total pressure drop including the urea mixer unit
are displayed in figure 4 to 6.

200
180 LA
160 LB
Pressure drop (mbar)

140 LC
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000
Actual Exhaust Volume Flow (M3/h)

Figure 4

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200
180
160 MD
ME
Pressure drop (mbar)

140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000
Actual Exhaust Volum e Flow (M3/h)

Figure 5

120
110
XA
Pressure drop (mbar)

100
90 XB
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000

Actual Exhaust Volume Flow (M3/h)

Figure 6

The pressure drop curves that are displayed in the graphs above are a measured value of the
differential pressure over the SCR catalysts and mixer unit. It doesnt include bends, silencers or
additional piping.

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If the option with a POC upstream of the SCR system is used pressure drop over the complete
system (POC, urea mixer and SCR catalyst) will increase by approximately 60%. The total
pressure drop including the urea mixer unit are displayed in figure 7 and 8

260
240 LA + POC
220
LB + POC
Pressure drop (mbar)

200
180 LC + POC
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000
Actual Exhaust Volume Flow (M3/h)

Figure 7

ME + POC

200
180
160
ME + POC
Pressure drop (mbar)

140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000
Actual Exhaust Volum e Flow (M3/h)

Figure 8

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2.2.2 POC

The POC is designed by the same principle as the catalyst. The canning is produced of stainless
steel with flanges on the in- and outlet ports. The shape of the flanges can differ due to regulations
and/or customer demands. The flange pairs are mounted with a 1.5mm stainless steel reinforced
graphite gasket. Additional brackets to support the POC assembly may be needed depending on
the surroundings and support of other parts. STT Emtec recommends the use of metal resilient
elements type Vibratec or similar. Additional insulation may be used according to regulations
and/or customer demands. It is important to leave space for the insulation at the installation. In a
typical installation the insulation is minimum 50 mm thick.

The POC works with a wall-flow and partial flow principle, which guarantees trouble free engine
operation even without regenerations. The separated particles are reduced by a continuous reaction
with NO2.

Figure 9. (Picture from Emitec)


Exploded view of the POC

It is maintenance free and has a quite low affect on the backpressure. The figure 10 below shows
the backpressure in a stand alone application.

100

80 POC
Pressure drop (mbar)

60

40

20

0
0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000
Actual Exhaust Volum e Flow (M3/h)

Figure 10.

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The POC must be installed as close as possible to the turbocharger outlet, the exhaustpipe and
POC must be insulated in order to keep the exhaust temperature as high as possible when it enters
the POC, but also to ensure the engine crew safety and protection of the surrounding areas.

Figure 11.
POC installed close to the turbocharger outlet.

Note! The flow direction arrow must be pointing with the exhaust flow.

Figure 12.
Flow direction arrow on the POC.

Data

Material, canning: Stainless steel AISI 316/316L, AISI 304/304L


Dimensions: L=599 3mm
D=416 mm
Inlet/outlet port: Flanges for DN125, DN150 and DN200 exhaust pipe.
Maintenance: No maintenance required, check for exhaust leaks at the
same time as the rest of the exhaust system.

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2.2.3 Noise reduction

The SCR catalysts system will contribute to the total exhaust system noise reduction.
The noise attenuation for a SCR system without the POC option will be between 10 and 15 dB(A)
and in combination with a POC the attenuation can be up to 20 dB(A).

Note that these values are guidelines only and the total noise attenuation of the complete exhaust
system is the responsibility of the installer or the supplier of the exhaust system.

2.2.4 Catalyst

The catalysts are designed by the same principle, regardless of content. The canning is produced
of stainless steel with flanges on the in- and outlet ports. The shape of the flanges can differ due to
regulations and/or customer demands. The flange pairs are mounted with a 1.5mm stainless steel
reinforced graphite gasket.
Additional brackets to support the catalyst assembly are required due to the weight of the catalyst.
The design of the support may be depending on the surroundings and support of other parts. STT
Emtec recommends the use of metal resilient elements type Vibratec or similar. Additional
insulation may be used according to regulations and/or customer demands. It is important to leave
space for the insulation at the installation. In a typical installation the insulation is minimum 50
mm thick.

Figure 13.
Catalyst assembly

2.2.5 Thermal expansion

Relative movements and heat extension must always be considered when routing and installing
exhaust pipes. Use gastight flexible parts and compensators when necessary.
In general a heat expansion of 1-2 mm /meter piping for every 100C can be used as a rule of
thumb.

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Flanges are welded on the pipe ends. The flange pairs are mounted together with a 1.5mm
stainless steel reinforced graphite gasket. For attachment, 8 - 16 pcs of zinc plated screws (or
stainless) M16x60 8.8 with nuts and washers are used. The shape of the flanges can differ due to
regulations and/or customer demands.

Figure 14. Figure 15.


Flange pair Flange pair (exploded view)

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2.3 Mixer assembly & injection nozzle

The mixer assembly, see figure 16 below is a part of the exhaust system and contains the injection
nozzle. The urea is mixed with compressed air in the urea pump and is transported to the nozzle
and into the exhaust flow. With guidance from the exhaust flow and the mixer wings, a swirl is
created and an even distribution over the SCR catalyst is obtained.
The nozzle can be bent to make a proper route from the manifold to the mixer unit.

Note! The inside radius of the hose must not be bent narrower than 125mm.

Note! In case of a vertical stack, there must be a water trap installed between the
injection point and the engine.

Figure 16.
Mixer assembly, cross section

Note! It is important that the nozzle tip is oriented in the same direction as the
exhaust flow. When the mixer is mounted in a horizontal position the orientation
of the nozzle must be on the topside of the mixer not more than 90 from the
vertical plane. See figure 17 below.

Figure 17.
Nozzle installation, allowed angle

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Pos P/N Description Quantity


Application
01 specific Mixer Housing 1
Application
02 specific Injection Nozzle 1
03 102273 Gasket 1
04 104090 Washer, spring 2
05 104089 Screw 2
06 102270 Washer, Tredo 1
07 102283 O-ring 1

Figure 18. Mixer assembly with injection nozzle


1. Mixer assembly, 2. Injection nozzle, 3. Gasket, 4. Washer, 5. Screw, 6. Sealing, 7. O-ring

2.3.1 Replacing the injection nozzle

Note! Start by releasing the air pressure and make sure that the system is
powerless. If the nozzle is blocked /clogged, note that pressurized air can be
trapped in the urea line from the pump to the nozzle!

The gasket, screws, sealing and o-ring (pos 3-7 above) can be reused if the condition of the
components are acceptable. The gasket shall always be replaced. When installing the new nozzle,
check that that the nozzle tip is oriented in the same direction as the exhaust flow, see figure 16
above.

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2.4 Urea Dosing Unit (UDS)

The urea dosing unit consists of urea pump, manifold for urea/air, air pressure sensor, urea
pressure sensor and a FRL-unit (Filter-Regulator-Lubricator). It is designed to supply the nozzle
with urea. Pressurized air is used to create a fine mist of urea to enable an even distribution over
the catalyst surface. The urea dosing is done by the built-in diaphragm pump. A heater is installed
in the pump unit to allow the system to operate at low temperatures. The urea pump is controlled
by the electronic control unit (ECU).

UP

Figure 19. Urea dosing unit (UDS)


1. Urea pump, 2. Urea/air dosing manifold, 3. Air pressure sensor, 4. Urea pressure sensor, 5. Secondary air
pressure regulator, 6. Main air pressure regulator, 7. Main connector, 8. DEF filter

2.4.1 Installation

For proper function, the urea pump and its components should be oriented, as shown in figure 19
above.
The urea dosing unit is mounted with flanged screws on an additional bracket. This bracket has to
be attached to a fixed point in the engine room either on the bottom or its back. In case of heavy
vibrations, additional rubber bobbins should be used (STT P/N 101793).

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Figure 20. View from rear View from bottom


Bracket for urea dosing unit

Figure 21. Figure 22.


UDS with additional rubber bobbins UDS bracket with rubber bobbins (cross section)

2.4.2 Replacing the urea dosing unit

Note! Start by releasing the air pressure and make sure that the system is
powerless. If the nozzle is blocked /clogged, note that pressurized air can be
trapped in the urea line from the pump to the nozzle!

Note! When releasing the urea- and the electric connections, make sure no urea
gets in contact with the connector receptacles!

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2.4.3 Replacing the DEF filter

The urea dosing unit is equipped with an in-line DEF (urea) filter to prevent particulates from
entering the dosing system and interrupting the dosing function.
The filter unit consists of a filter body, filter element and the hose fitting

DEF filter

Figure 23.
DEF filter location

To replace the DEF filter unit make sure that the system is powerless. Disconnect the urea suction
hose from the fitting on the filter unit. Unscrew the entire filter unit from the pump. Fit the new
filter unit (new O-ring sealing included) and reconnect the urea hose before turning power back
on.

Figure 24. Pos P/N Description Quantity


DEF filter unit 01 108930 DEF filter unit 1

The filter unit shall be replaced every 12 mon.

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2.4.4 Adjusting the main air pressure

The main air pressure regulator is located on the left hand side of the urea dosing unit. The
regulator is connected to the vehicle air pressure or an additional air compressor. Max allowed
inlet pressure is 12 bar and has to be adjusted to 5.50.5 bar. Use the manometer on the FRL-unit
when adjusting the air pressure.

Use the Diagnostic tool (software) to verify the main air pressure;
Start the Diagnostic tool and connect to the Electronic Control Unit (ECU) (see Diagnostic tool
manual in Appendix 4). Release the main air pressure by clicking the control button UDS air in
the System tab and make sure that the meter Air valve shows ON. (When the engine is
running, or has just been stopped, the air valve is already ON) The meter Nozzle prs shall
read 1600200 mbar when correct air pressure is adjusted. This reading is in gauge i.e. showing
0200 mbar when the air valve is OFF

Figure 25.
Main air pressure regulator on FRL-unit

2.4.5 Adjusting secondary air pressure

Note! Adjust the main air pressure as described in 2.4.3 before adjusting the
secondary air pressure!

The secondary air pressure regulator is located on the right hand side of the manifold on the urea
dosing unit. When the main air pressure is set to 5.50.5 bar, use the Diagnostic tool (software) to
adjust the secondary air pressure.

The procedure using the Diagnostic tool is as follows; start the Diagnostic tool and connect to the
Electronic control unit (ECU) (see the Diagnostic tool manual in appendix 4). Release the air
pressure by clicking the control button on the screen named Mantle Air. (When the engine is
running, or has just been stopped, the air valve is already ON) To adjust the air pressure, use the
adjustable pressure regulator shown in figure 26 below. On the screen a meter named Mantle prs
(mbar) should read 1800200 mbar when correct air pressure is adjusted. This reading is in
absolute i.e. showing 1000200 mbar when the air valve is OFF
Use the locking device to secure the adjustment screw.

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Figure 26.
Secondary air pressure regulator

Compressed air should be provided from the ships air supply with installed oil separator. If the
compressed air supply includes an air dryer, then if possible, take the air supply to the urea pump
before the air dryer. If a compressed air system is not available a separate air compressor has to be
installed.

Table 1 below contains STT Emtecs recommendations of the air compressor.

Table 1: Compressor data recommendations


Capacities Min 20 l/min at 6 bar absolute
pressure (100 l/min FAD)
Tank volume Min 150 l to reduce the
number of compressor start
up
Standard pressures 6-12 bar

2.5 Urea/air lines & connections

Figure 27.
Port interface
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2.5.1 Urea line (under pressure). Urea tank - - urea dosing unit

The urea lines are part of the system supply and can be made either of stainless steel tubes, steel
braided teflon hoses or polyamide (PA) hoses. Depending on the application, the connectors can
be of compressed type (cone sealing) or SAE quick lock type with O-ring sealing.

The suction line between the urea tank and the urea dosing unit has to be routed as straight as
possible to prevent air pockets, see figure 28 and 29 below. The maximum length is set to 5 m but
it is preferable to keep it as short as possible. The hoses that are available from STT are made with
prefabricated fittings and are available in lengths of 2, 3, 4 or 5 meters. The inner diameter of the
hose (or pipe) must be minimum 4 mm and withstand a pressure of 2 bar.

Max. 2
meters
Urea line

Figure 28. Figure 29.


Urea line, routing ok Urea line, routing not ok

Note! Urea is very volatile and will slip thru the slightest gap! Make sure all
connections are tight!

Note! Do not use copper or brass in compression fittings!

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The urea pump has to be placed above the maximum urea tank level to prevent drainage of the
tank, see figure 30 and 31 below.

Figure 30. Figure 31.


Urea pump, ok position Urea pump, not ok position

When using a bulk tank to store larger amounts of urea than the service tank(-s) can hold the
recommended material selection is chromium nickel or chromium nickel molybdenum steel .

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2.5.2 Urea nozzle (under pressure). Urea pump - - urea mixer

Urea nozzle

Figure 32 . Urea nozzle


Pump - - mixer

The braided stainless steel hose from the urea pump to the mixer is called urea nozzle. It is
transporting urea and air from the pump and creates a mist of urea/air at the nozzle tip in the
exhaust stream. The standard length of the urea nozzle is 1,5 meters. If a longer urea nozzle is
needed contact technical department at STT Emtec AB for evaluation. The urea nozzle tip is made
of stainless steel and the urea nozzle line is made of stainless steel braided teflon tube.

Note! The urea pump must be placed on a level above the nozzle and ensure that
the urea line is routed uphill from the exhaust pipe to the urea pump.

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2.5.3 Urea line (pressure) urea pump - - urea tank

Urea line

Figure 33.
Urea line. Pump - - tank

The return line from the pump to the tank is used when the pump is priming the nozzle or if the
nozzle is plugged. The inner diameter of the hose (or pipe) must be min 4 mm and withstand a
pressure of 2 bar.

2.6 Urea tank

Figure 34.
Urea tank. 100l. Optional 50l.

The urea tank provides the urea dosing unit with AdBlue. The liquid is pumped from the tank by
using the built-in diaphragm pump that is positioned inside the urea dosing unit. The urea dosing

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unit has to be positioned above the maximum urea level, to prevent drainage of the tank, see figure
33 above. The urea tank can be mounted on additional brackets and has to be attached firmly. The
urea tank is re-filled manually or automatically from a bulk tank. If a bulk urea tank is located in
the vessel and the smaller tank is permanently connected by a line or hose, there must be a
mechanical shut-off valve before the small tank. This in order to prevent hydraulic lock of the
engine, in case of a urea pump breakdown.
The urea tank holds approximately 100 liters of urea and is sufficient for at least 70 hours of
normal operation on a 300 kW engine. The bulk tank and urea tank refill system is outside STT
Emtecs scope of supply.

The service tank has a filling cap for manual filling and the cap is ventilated. The tank has also
two spare bosses (M12x1.5) to the right at the top of the tank.

Note! Prevent urea from getting in contact with the air line or its connections.
Any air equipment that has been polluted with urea has to be replaced. Urea
liquid or crystals in the air inlet can cause serious damage to the urea pump!

2.7 Insulation

For the engine crew safety and protection of the surrounding areas, it is very important to insulate
the exhaust system. The exhaust temperature can exceed 500 C and the complete SCR system
will radiate a considerable amount of heat to the engine room if the insulation is not done
properly.

The insulation has to fulfil the stated regulations, e.g. surface temperature. The insulation is not
within STT Emtecs scope of supply but must be designed for easy access to the covered parts and
clamps if service is needed.

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3 Electrical and pneumatic system


All electrical and pneumatic connections are subject to changes and differences can occur between
applications. Make sure that the correct pneumatic and wiring diagram is used for the application
at hand. The pneumatic and wiring diagram details are given in appendix 2.

3.1 NOx concentration sensor

The NOx concentration sensor is installed in the exhaust pipe upstream of the oxidation catalyst.
The electronic control unit of the NOx sensor should be kept away from the exhaust heat
radiation. The wiring harness between the sensor element and the sensor control unit has a
maximum length of 600 mm. Make sure that the sensor control unit is attached securely with
screws (use flanged M6 screws) and within the allowed mounting positions. Figure 35 below is
showing the NOx sensor from Siemens.

Figure 35.
NOx concentration sensor with control unit

Figure 36.
Allowed orientation of the NOx sensor control unit

The NOx sensor has to be mounted in such way that no condensed water is collected inside the
protection tube of the sensing element. The sensor can be mounted on the prefabricated sensor
adapter exhaust pipe (Option, STT P/N 107073), figure 37, or mount the sensor on a boss which
you weld onto the exhaust pipe. The mounting boss is shipped together with the NOx sensor.
Make a 19 mm hole in the exhaust pipe and weld the M20 mounting boss (STT P/N 107337) onto
the exhaust pipe on top of the hole. Figure 37 below is showing the allowed NOx sensor mounting
positions. The NOx sensor element should be installed 150 mm or more from a bend and a flange.
Apply anti-seize (high temperature graphite paste) to the mounting boss and the sensor thread
before assembly. Max torque 50 Nm.

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Figure 37.
Allowed orientation of the NOx-sensor on the exhaust pipe

3.2 Exhaust temperature sensors (thermocouple type)

The mixer and catalyst is pre-assembled with fittings for the temperature sensors.
Install the sensors the following way;

1.) Slide the sensor into the fitting as far as it will go and then pull it out approx. 2 cm.
2.) Tighten the lock nut finger tight and then with a key of a turn, only.
3.) The sensor can be bent up to 90 in any direction.

Figure 38.
Installation of thermocouple

Note! Do not try to straighten the thermocouple after it has been bent once.

Note! Do not tight the nut past of a turn, the thermocouple will break or
wear out prematurely

Note! The inside radius of the thermocouple must not be bent narrower than
15mm
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The temperature sensors (STT P/N 105055 and 105056) has a wire length of 1.5 meters, see figure
39 below.

Figure 39.
Temperature sensor

3.3 Exhaust back pressure sensor

The preferred position for the backpressure sensor assembly is on the right hand side of the urea
dosing unit, see figure 40 below. Install the pressure hose on the boss on the exhaust pipe.

LOW
(downstream)
HIGH
(upstream)
LOW
(downstream)

HIGH
(upstream)

Figure 40.
Installed pressure sensor

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Apply
anti-seize

Figure 41.
Pressure sensor, mounting boss

Apply anti-seize (high temperature graphite paste) on the thread of the mounting boss and on the
hose end. Install the threaded end of the metal hose into the mounting boss. The other end should
be connected with the hose routed to the sensor. The length of the metal hose is 1 m.

Note! Ensure that the exhaust back pressure hoses are routed uphill from the
exhaust pipe to the pressure sensor to enable drainage of condensed water.

If the sensor can not be installed on the urea dosing unit for reasons mentioned above, e.g. in a
vertical stack, an optional (10m) extended wiring harness for the exhaust back pressure sensor is
available.

Pos P/N Description Quantity


01 108365 EBP extension cable (10m) 1

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3.4 Monitoring system


The SCR system Diagnostic and monitoring tool is a PC based software called EmtecDiag.
EmtecDiag will show runtime data and trouble codes and allow the operator to download diagnose
files with trouble code history and recorded logger data. Limited control of the system actuators,
such as air valves, is also possible.

See Diagnostic tool manual in Appendix 4 for further information

Figure 42.
Example of monitoring software desktop

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A diagnostic display (see figure 43 below) is mounted at the front of the SCR control cabinet. This
display shows the current state of the system. If an error occurs, the display is showing an error
code number with an error code description. The display has three LEDs (Light Emitting Diode),
System On (green), warning (yellow) and alarm (red).

SCR
CCT

Figure 43. Diagnose display

In addition to the display on the control cabinet front a discrete display may be fitted in parallel.
This display will show the same information as the cabinet display. The maximum cable length for
this display is 30m (to the control cabinet).
Dimensions: 117mm x 79mm x 24mm
IP classification: IP20
Temperature range: -20C-+70C

Figure 44. Discrete display

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3.5 Control cabinet

The control cabinet contains the electronic control unit (ECU),


main switch, relays, 230/24V converter and a terminal block
where all the wires from the sensors and power supply are
installed.

In case of heavy vibrations, the cabinet can be mounted on 6


pcs of rubber bobbins. (Option, STT P/N 480-00-0753.0)

If needed, additional brackets (Option, STT P/N 106110) can


be used, see figure 45.

The maximum wiring routing length between the control


cabinet and the urea pump is 10 m.
Figure 45. Control cabinet with
brackets and bobbins (Option)
1. Control cabinet, 2. Rubber
bobbin, 3. Bracket

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Main power
switch

Figure 46.
Control cabinet, interior layout

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3.6 Wiring harness and hose/tube length information

The wiring harness uses three different types of wires: 3G1.5, Nx2x0.5 and 2x0.22/K. All wires
are pre-assembled with connectors on the sensor or actuator side of the wiring harness. The other
side has open wires. All wiring harnesses have a standard length of 10 m but can be cut to proper
length for the application. During installation a spreadsheet (see appendix 2) with cable length
information is processed. The urea lines are parts of the system supply. During installation,
information regarding hose or tube length and type of connectors are noted in appendix 2.

This document is then kept for future information and is a part of the installation information
package to the customer.

The wires are installed according to a wiring layout document (see appendix 2) where the physical
location of each sensor and actuator is shown. Installation means connection to the sensor or
actuator, tying the cables to their physical location, cutting the open wire side to the right length
and making the proper connections in the cabinet. Make sure that all wires are well protected from
excessive heat and that there is no strain on the connectors and sensors.

Figure 47 shows the layout of the wiring connection and length diagram. The table below explains
the information given in the diagram.

Label Explanation
Label (from) Wire connected to individual sensors and actuators in the system
Refer to drawing in appendix 2 for the respective sensor / actuator position.
Length (dm) Length of the wire (individual for each application, measured during the installation
process)
Wire type Type of wire.
2x2x0,5 = 2 x twisted pair 0,5mm2 (min)
6x2x0,5 = 2 x twisted pair 0,5mm2 (min)
2x0,22/K = 2 x 0,22mm2 thermocouple type K wire
3G1,5 = 1 phase with ground wire 1,5mm2
Conn. Information regarding connector type (sensor or actuator end)
Cab. (to) Information on where to connect the wire end. (CC = control cabinet.)
Wire routing Information on which terminal (inside the control cabinet) each wire end should be
connected to. The label describes the terminal group and the actual terminal number
on each group where the wire should be connected.
Example. G5 means terminal 5 on I/O terminal group.
A=Main power supply
B=Ground
C=+24V switched supply
D=+24V constant supply
E=+5V supply
F=BUS
G=I/O
Function More detailed description of function
ECU IO This is where terminals are connected in the control unit (ECU). For information
only, (pre-wired in the cabinet).

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System Marine SCR Proj nr Date 2011-03-25


Detail ref. Karl berg
Revision ref. APPENDIX 2
Vessel
Fill out vessel and project info.
Table 1 Wire length and pinout
No Label Length Wire type Conn. Cab. Wire routing Function ECU IO
(from) [dm] (to) 1 2 3 4
1 TANK 100 2x2x0.75 CC B E G5 - Urea tank level A5
2 PNOZ 100 2x2x0.75 CC B E G4 - Nozzle backpressure A4
3 ALARM 100 2x2x0.75 CC - - - - Alarm O1
4 ENOX 100 2x2x0.75 CC B D1 F5 F1 Engine Out NOx CAN1
5 CAN 100 2x2x0.75 CC B - F7 F3 Engine CAN bus CAN1
6 NOX2 100 2x2x0.75 CC B - F8 F4 Tail pipe Nox CAN1
7
8
9
10
total: 600 2x2x0.75
11 1 2 3 4
12 UDS 100 6x2x7.75 CC B D E F6 Urea dosing unit
13 5 6 7 8
14 6x2x7.75 CC F2 E G16 G3 Urea dosing unit
15 9 10 11 12
16 6x2x7.75 CC G4 G1 G19 G18
Use theUrea
wiredosing unit
routing
17 Fill out the final wiring length
18 information to locate the correct
in the yellow marked cells
19 connection point for each wire
total: 100 6x2x7.75
20 TSCR 100 2x0.22/K CC G11 G12 - - SCR inlet temp 1-A0
21 TSCR2 100 2x0.22/K CC G9 G10 - - SCR outlet temp 1-A9
22
23
24
total: 200 2x0.22/K
25 230VAC 100 4G1.5 CC AG AL1 AL2 - SCR supply voltage

total: 100 4G1.5

Table 2 Wiring colours


Type/ Colour 1 2 3 4
2x0.22/K White Green This table identifies the
4G1.5 Green/ Black Brown White corresponding wire colours to
Yellow the number 1-4 under wire
routing
Table 3 CAN Wiring
CAN Connection
For Volvo Penta engines wire the CAN wire from the SCR control cabinet to
the engine control cabinet and the terminal block labeled X4.
Terminal number 1 is CAN High and number 2 is CAN Low. Additional information about
connections made to the
engines CAN data bus.

Table 4 Hose/tube length and pinout


Label Length Connector type Tube size Function
Fill out the final hose/tube length
No [dm] [mm] in the yellow marked cells
Inlet Outlet

1 Supply Urea sucktion line from tank


2 Return Urea return line from pump to tank
3 Air Air supply to pressure regulator
4 Nozzle Urea/air mix from pump to injection nozzle
5

Figure 47.
Wiring length and connection diagram, example only!
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3.7 Wiring, layout drawing

Use this table and layout to locate the physical position of sensors and actuators. Note: This
drawing depicts the optional POC and Sensor adapter exhaust pipes.
19 (optional)
10-15
17
16
9 5

2
10-15

11 12

4 6
3

8 18
Figure 48. 7
Sensor layout
10 13 14 15

Pos Wire name EmtecDiag name Function


1 TANK Urea level DEF level in service tank
2 NOX NOx conc Engine out NOx concentration
3 CAN N/A Engine CAN bus (J1939) connection
4 RUN Ignition key Engine running signal
5 NOX2 Tail NOx conc NOx concentration after SCR catalyst
6 RPM Engine speed Engine speed signal (when using analogue sensors)
7 MIT Boost air temp Engine boost air temp (when using analogue sensors)
8 MAP Boost prs Engine boost pressure (when using analogue sensors)
9 COM N/A Connection to Diagnostic service tool (EmetcDiag)
10 UDS.PUMP Urea dose DEF dosing command
11 UDS.U_AIR UDS air Nozzle air valve solenoid
12 UDS.AIR Mantle air Mantle air valve solenoid
13 UDS.AIR_P Nozzle prs Nozzle back pressure from Nozzle air
14 UDS.UREA_P Mantle prs Nozzle back pressure from Mantle air
15 UDS.EXH_P Exhaust prs Exhaust back pressure drop over SCR system
16 TEMP T_SCR1 Inlet temperature of SCR catalyst
17 TEMP2 T_DOC Outlet temperature of SCR catalyst
18 SUPPLY Supply voltage SCR system supply voltage (after AC/DC converter)
19 EBP Exhaust prs Optional extended cable for exhaust backpressure

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4 Post installation adjustment and inspection


After an installation is completed it is important that the system is checked from a complete list of
inspection points and adjustments before the system is and handed over to the operator.

The inspection includes testing alarms, fault codes and its intended default position.
The list of inspection points can vary between engines and applications and are therefore
presented in an appendix to this document.

The complete post installation adjustments and inspection protocol can be found in appendix 3

This protocol must be completed and sent to STT Emtec AB in order to enable the product
warranty and is a part of the documentation package handed over to the system operator.

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5 Service and maintenance


Note: The service interval is indicated in both calendar time and operating hours. The interval should be interpreted
as the shortest of the two. See also SCRmarine documentation for further maintenance points.

Component See section 4 mon 6 mon. 12 mon. 24 mon.


750h 1500h 3000h 6000h
Control cabinet 5.1.1 I
Urea Line/connection 5.1.2 I
Flange connections 5.1.3 I
Injection nozzle and mixer unit 5.1.4 I
Mixer unit 5.1.5 I
DEF (urea) filter 5.1.6 R

I= Inspect (if necessary, clean, adjust or replace), C = Clean, R = Replace.

Below is a list of key components and scheduled service intervals

5.1 Required service

5.1.1 Control cabinet

Check and retighten all terminal screws at the terminal block.

5.1.2 Urea Lines / connections

Regular visual inspection for urea leakage in connections and lines. Check the urea dosing unit,
the urea tank and the urea nozzle. If any urea leakage is detected, please retighten or replace the
connection.

5.1.3 Flange connections

Regular visual inspection for exhaust/soot leakage.


Check that screws and bolts are securely tightened every 6 month. Replace gaskets if necessary.

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5.1.4 Injection nozzle and mixer unit

Follow the steps below to verify the nozzle and mixer unit functionality.
1. Remove the nozzle from the mixer unit.
2. Visual inspection of the urea mixer unit. If any urea deposits is found, follow procedure in
chapter 5.1.5
3. Connect and start the Diagnostic tool
a. Press the control UDS air
b. Does air flow thru the nozzle tip?
c. Does the meter Nozzle air show 1600200 mbar?
d. Press the control Mantle air
e. Does air flow thru the nozzle tip?
f. Does the meter Mantle air show 1800200 mbar?
g. If No on any of the above replace the nozzle.
4. Install the nozzle to the mixer unit. Replace the gasket, see bill of material in chapter 2.3.

5.1.5 Mixer unit

When the injection nozzle is removed from the mixer unit, do a visual inspection through the
nozzle flange. If the mixer unit contains major urea deposits the mixer unit needs to be
dismounted and cleaned. Use hot water to clean the mixer unit.

5.1.6 DEF (urea) filter

The DEF filter skall be replaced every 12 mon or upon performance problems with the dosing
unit; typically noticed as reoccurring trouble codes for Dosing unit, Air/Urea flow or Dosing
failure alarm. See section 2.4.3 for a guide to replace the DEF filter.

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6 Technical specifications
6.1 Urea dosing unit (UDS)

Material: Powder coated aluminum alloy


Dimension: W=144mm, H=184mm, L=247mm
Weight: 4,2 kg (dry)
Ambient temperature: -40 to +50C (+85C peak)
Urea temperature range: -5 to +50C (+85C peak)
Urea flow: Max 7,5 l/h
Mounting: Mounting on additional bracket (STT P/N 107196)
Placed above urea tank level
Medium: DEF DIN 70070 (Urea conc. 32,5% in water),
ex AdBlue
Supply air pressure: 6 to 12 bar
Regulated air pressure: 5,50,5 bar
Air consumption: Approx. 20 l/min @ 6 bar = 100 l/min FAD (+20C)
Cleanliness requirements: 100 m filter from urea tank
System supply voltage: 12/24 VDC
Supply voltage range: 9-32 VDC
Current consumption: 12V=15.2 A
24V=7.6 A
Max power consumption: 150 W
Degree of protection: IP 65
Communication protocol: CANbus SAE J1939

6.2 Nozzle

Material: Stainless steel, Teflon


Mounting: Injection point level, lower than urea pump
Medium: DEF DIN 70070 (Urea conc. 32,5% in water),
ex AdBlue, mixed with compressed air

6.3 Urea line, tank - - dosing unit

Medium: DEF DIN 70070 (Urea conc. 32,5% in water),


ex AdBlue
Dimension: Inner diameter min 4 mm, max length 5 m
Kept as short as possible
Material Teflon alt. polyamide tube (PA) or stainless steel pipe
Pressure: 0 to 2 bar

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6.4 Urea line, dosing unit - - tank

Medium: DEF DIN 70070 (Urea conc. 32,5% in water),


ex AdBlue

Dimension: Inner diameter min 4 mm. Kept as short as possible,


max length 5 m
Material: Teflon alt. polyamide tube (PA) or stainless steel pipe
Pressure: 0 to 2 bar

6.5 Main air regulator

Material: Brass, NBR, technopolymer


Temperature: Operating temperature 0 to +50C
Mounting: Attached to bracket for urea dosing unit
Distance: Minimum distance to other components, 25 mm
Medium: Compressed air
Operating pressure: Max 16 bar
Outlet pressure range: 0,5 to 10 bar
Filter pore size: 5 m
Drain: Automatic drain
Connection: 6 mm teflon alt. polyamide tube (PA) or stainless steel
pipe

6.6 Urea Tank

Material: LDX2101 Stainless steel, EN 1.4162


Ambient temperature: -40 to +85C
Volume: 50 - - 125 l
Weight: 32 kg (100 l empty)

6.7 POC

Material, canning: Stainless steel AISI 316/316L, AISI 304/304L


Dimensions: L=599 3mm
D=416 mm

6.8 Catalyst and mixer unit

Material, canning: Stainless steel AISI 316/316L, AISI 304/304L


Dimensions: L=1908,5 mm (max)
D=497 mm (max)

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6.9 Control Cabinet

Material: Powder coated steel


Dimension: 380x380x210 mm
Weight: Approx. 25 kg
Temperature: -20 to +60C
Mounting: Mounting on additional bracket (STT P/N 106110) with
rubber bobbins (STT P/N 480-00-0753.0)
Voltage range: 176 to 264 VAC, 88 to 132 VAC
Power consumption: 120 W
Degree of protection: IP66

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Appendix 1 Assembly drawings

Mechanical assembly drawings for the main key components of the SCR system.

The drawings are examples from a typical installation. Variations due to technical
prerequisites, authority regulations and/or customer demands may occur.

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Product No. Kit Pos Product No. Description Quantit Sign.
Components y

108233-01 00 OP1003 Assembly 240


01 108277-00 Can Outlet Assy, 15"--8" Flang 1
02 107722-02 Cat Assy 120+190+120x377 1
03 108160-00 Flange 15" 1
04 105060-00 Pipe 8x2 L=100mm 1
106196-00 Marking Plate, Stt logo w pn 1
05 105551 Fitting Compr. 3,2mm (Weld) 1
Product No. Kit Pos Product No. Description Quantit Sign.
Components y

108164-01 00 OP1003 Assembly 1


01 108165-00 Pipe 8", SCR Mixer 15" 1
02 108275-00 Inlet Cone 15", Marin SCR 1
03 108167-00 Pipe Intermed, SCR Mixer 15" 1
04 108166-00 Gable Inner, SCR Mixer 15" 1
05 108195-00 Support Pipe, SCR mixer 8
06 108295-00 Support Ring, SCR mixer 2
07 108168-01 Outercan, SCR Mixer 15" 1
08 106995-02 Flange (8") 204/285 1
09 108160-00 Flange 15" 1
10 102203-02 Flange 1
11 105551 Fitting Compr. 3,2mm (Weld) 1
12 105060-00 Pipe 8x2 L=100mm 1
Product No. Kit Pos Product No. Description Quantit Sign.
Components y

107457-02 00 OP1003 Assembly


01 103854-02 Fuel Supply, Assy 1
02 107458-02 Air Supply, Assy 1
03 103868-04 Nozzle Cap 1
04 104176 Adapter 1/4BSP--3/8BSP SS2333 1
05 102259-07 Piston 1
06 102283 O-ring, 6x2 (Viton) 1
07 102270 Washer R1/4", Tredo 14 1
Product No. Kit Pos Product No. Description Quantit Sign.
Components y

107360-03 00 OP1003 Assembly 1


01 106665 Urea Pump Grundfos 1
02 107417-00 Manifold SCR, Assy 1
03 107196-03 Bracket UDS, Assy 1
04 107357 Filterreg/Shut-off/Manometer 1
05 107352-00 Fitting SAEJ2044 1/4, Assy 1
06 107456-00 Fitting SAEJ2044 3/8, Assy 1
07 107387-01 Hose Assy, Pump-Man. SAE 1/4" 1
08 107359 Fitting, Straight G1/4--6 1
09 107361 Fitting, Elbow Swivel G1/4--6 1
10 107356 Fitting, Elbow Sw. M12x1,5--6 1
11 108373 Fitting, Stem-Y 3x6 1
12 108374-00 Tube 6x1 L=0,220 1
13 107428-01 Tube 6x1 L=0,190 1
14 107429-01 Tube 6x1 L=0,090 1
15 480-00-0733.0 Screw M6SF 8x50 FZB 4
16 107502 Screw MC6S 4x55 8.8 fzb 2
17 102255 Screw KTS M3x10 2
18 107871 Filter Ham-let 1
19 107945-00 Fitting SAEJ2044 1/4 1
20 107946-00 Fitting 1/4" -- M12x1.5, Assy 1
21 107507-02 WI Urea Dosing Unit 1
22 103321-01 Bracket, Connector 1
23 105512 Screw MRT 2.5x4 8.8 Fzb 2
24 103407 Sensor, Prs DIF 0-100kPa 1
25 480-00-0821.0 Screw M6SF 6x20 yellow 1
26 102327 Screw MC6S 6x45 8.8 2
Product No. Kit Pos Product No. Description Quantit Sign.
Components y

107073-00 00 OP1003 Assembly 1


01 107074-00 Exhaust Pipe, 8" 1
02 107337-00 Boss M20x1,5 L=15 1
03 104345-00 Boss Rp3/8" L10 1
04 106995-02 Flange (8") 204/285 2
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Appendix 2 Wiring connection and length diagram (230VAC)

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Appendix 2 Wiring connection and length diagram (24VDC)

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0.5mm2 (min) 50V


ECU 1
ALA2
ALA1
22 Alarm rel output (107150)
2 21 Alarm rel output 1.0mm2 (min) 230V
102918 3
TXD ACT4
ACT3
20 51x 105938
4 19 UDS Mix ctrl 2.5mm2 (min) 50V
ACT2 1x 105939
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5 18 UDS Air ctrl


0V (AIN1-) ACT1
D 6
7
0V (AIN3-) DIG4
17
16
Alarm rel c trl
UDS Air req
8x 106121 Databus ( single wires c an be used)
D
AIN5 DIG3 DIG3
8 15
AIN8 DIG2 thermo-c ouple c ompensation wire
9 (for LCD 107170-02) 14 Engine r unning
AIN9- DIG1
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Date

10 13
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

AIN0- LIN AIN0+


11 12 SCR inlet temp
DIG2 AIN0-
12 11 SCR inlet temp
ACT3 AIN9+
13 10 SCR outlet temp
ACT2 AIN9-
14 9 SCR outlet temp
1 15
CAN1_LO
CAN2_LO
AIN8
AIN7
8
16 7
LIN AIN6
17
18
(107339) AIN5
6
5 Tank level
19
AIN2+ ALA1
ALA AIN4+
AIN3+
4 UDS Urea prs
20 3 UDS Air prs
AIN3+ 12 AIN2+
21 2

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0V (AIN4-) ALA2 11 AIN1+

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22 1 UDS Exh prs
AIN7 14
23 G (I/O)
AIN0+
24

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Rear view (wire entry)

Tel: +46 (0)60-64 10 40


DIG3
Installation Guideline

C 25 LIN C
ACT4 +24V 1 2 ACT1 13 Slave LCD display
26 CAN2 LO
+5V 12
27 CAN2 HI
+24V 11
28 CAN1 LO
STT SCRmarine

CAN1_HI 10 TP NOx CAN_L


29 CAN1 LO
CAN2_HI 9 NOx sensor CAN_L
30 CAN1 LO
RXD 8 UDS pump CAN_L
31 CAN1 LO
7 Engine J1939 CAN_L
32 CAN1 HI
6 TP NOx CAN_H
Appendix 2 Control cabinet wiring

33 CAN1 HI
Document

AIN1+ 5 NOx sensor CAN_H


34 CAN1 HI
0V (AIN2-) 4 UDS pump CAN_H
35 CAN1 HI
AIN4+ 3 Engine J1939 CAN_H
36 TXD
AIN6 2
37 RXD
AIN9+ 1
38
DIG1 F (BUS)
39
DIG4
40
ACT1 +5V
41 4 Tank level 5V
0V +5V
42 3
+5V
2
1 +5V
B 1 UDS pump 5V B
3 2 RS232
4 +24V E (+5V)
106513 1
2
TXD
+24V
DIAG 3
RXD
+24V
4 Engine r unning 24V
4
0V (107339) +24V
3
2
TP NOx 24V
NOx sensor 24V
View from front
LIN
S24V 12 +24V
1 UDS pump 24V

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104025 1
2
LIN 14 S24V
S24V
Rev Change
OBD
321

0V 2
3 S24V
1 UDS pump 24S 03 Separated chassie GND from local 0V

STT Emtec AB (pbl)


DIG2 1 2 0V
C (+24V Switch) Added +24V to DIAG connector
0V Added wire to detect switches on LCD 107170-02
4 Tank level 0V
0V

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L2O (0V) 3 TP NOx 0V
(105888) N
L
L1O (24V)
0V
0V
2 NOx sensor 0V 02 Added alarm output relay
24VDC V-
0V
+24V
1 UDS pump 0V
Title
A V+ B (0V) A

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L2I (+24V) Wiring Marine SCR - ctrl cabinet
(107338) L1I (0V)
L
N
24VDC input (230VAC)
0V input (230VAC)
Size Number Revision
GND
PWR GND Chassie GND A4 107143 03
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(460) 0V
D
24V
91
62
108794 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 D
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CAN_LO
CAN_HI
17
3
16
4
PUMP 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
24S
15
5
AIR1
13
6 Rear view ( wir e entry)
AIR2
14
7
Date

View from rear end


2 1 0V (wire entry)
6 5 4 3 1
24V
10 9 8 7 2 2
5V (470) AIR2
14 13 12 11 3
4
24S AIR1
2
1
104367
16 15 CAN_LO
5
6
CAN_HI U_AIR 1
AIR
7
PAIR
8
Rear view PUREA

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9
PEXH

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C
107453 10
11
MAIR
C
UAIR

Fax: +46 (0)60 64 10 45


UDS

Tel: +46 (0)60-64 10 40


12
(290) PAIR
Installation Guideline

103979 Blue tye-rap

3
3
0V
2

2
5V
1 AIR_P on booth

1
STT SCRmarine

Appendix 2 Urea dosing unit wiring

(310) PUREA
103979 Green tye-rap

3
Document

3
thermo-c ouple c ompensation wire 0V
2

2
5V
0.5mm2 (min)
1 UREA_P on booth

1
1.0mm2 (min)

2.5mm2 (min)
(370) PEXH
103979 Yellow tye-rap

3
3
0V
B 2 B

2
Databus ( single wires c an be used) 5V
1 EXH_P on booth

1
(350) 24V
2 104121 Black tye-rap

2 1
MAIR
1
AIR_P AIR on booth

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480-00-0234.0 U_AIR
120 UREA_P 80 Rev Change

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190 200 03 Changed PUMP connector
CABINET

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160
Title
A AIR 70
PUMP A
<CABINE> Wiring Marine SCR - UDS assy

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180 Size Number Revision
EXH_P A4 107507 03
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Appendix 2 Wiring harness assy


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107593 UDS ASSEMBLY connec tors


viewed from
Cable: 107447 1 GND wire entry
1 GND
1 107451
Length: 10m 2 +24V
3 +5V
2
3
+24V
+5V
2 UDS
3
4 S24V (IGN) 4 S24V
4
5 CAN1_LO 5 CAN1_LO
5
6 CAN1_HI 6 CAN1_HI 1 2
6
7 DIG4 (AIR) 7 DIG4
7 3 4
5 6
8 AIN3 (PAIR) 8 AIN3
8
9 AIN4 (PUREA) 9 AIN4 7 8 9 10
D 9 D
10 AIN1 (PEXH) 10 AIN1 11 12 13 14
10
11 ACT3 (MAI R) 11 ACT3
11 15 16
12 ACT2 (UAI R) 12 ACT2
12
13
14
15
16

107261 NOX SENSOR


Cable: 107446 12 GND
+24V
2
1
+24V
GND
1 102560 5 1

Length: 10m 3 CAN1_LO 3 CAN1_LO


2
3
NOX
4 CAN1_HI 4 CAN1_HI
4
5

107263 TEMP SENSOR


Cable: 107448 1 AIN0- 1 AIN0-
1 104121

2 1
Length: 10m 2 AIN0+ 2 AIN0+
2 TEMP
C C

107260 TANK SENSOR


Cable: 107446 1 GND 4 1
2 +5V
1 103024
Length: 10m 2 +5V
3 AIN5
(LVL) 3
4
AIN5
2 TANK
3 2 3
1 GND
4

107404 TEMP2 SENSOR


Cable: 107448 1 AIN9- 1 AIN9-
1 104122
1 2

Length: 10m 2 AIN9+ 2 AIN9+


2 TEMP2

107757 PWR SUPPLY


Cable: 107443 12 GND
N/0V
1
2
GND
N/0V
Length: 10m 3 L/24V 3 L/24V SUPPLY
B B

107262 J1939 CAN


Cable: 107446 1 0V 1 0V
2 CAN
Length: 10m 3 CAN1_LO
4 CAN1_HI
3
4
CAN1_LO
CAN1_HI

108307 ENGINE CTRL


Cable: 107446 21 DIG2 1 DIG2
24V (IGN) 2 24V RUN
Length: 10m 3 ALA1
4 ALA2
3
4
ALA1
ALA2

Rev Change
0.5mm2 (min)

1.5mm2 (min) 01 Changed pinout UDS. Added TEMP2 cable.


A thermo-c ouple c ompensation wire Label print: 02 Added CTRL connector A
03 Added RUN cable
Label text, ex 'UDS' 04 Bugfix wire naming UDS
heat shrink tube Title
4 3 2 1

LABEL Marine SCR wiring assy


Size Number Revision

Length [m] A4 107737 04


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Appendix 2 Process overview

Air
Regulator
Air Compressor

Transfer Urea Tank


pump (service)
Urea Tank UDS
Urea/Air
(bulk)

Control
Cabinet
Temp Signals

NOx Signal

Mixer Catalyst
Urea ExP Engine
Sensor
Compressed Air
Air / Urea mix
Exhaust pressure
Electric signal

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

107737
108262 108463
Wiring assembly (LCD)
104025 LCD display
B3 0V 1 2 VDD
1 1
D3 +24V 2 3 LIN
2 2
F13 LIN 3 1 VSS
3 3

Vessel interface
107260 (107598)
Power supply 107147 103024 TANK sensor
D Option A 107757 B4 0V 1
(TANK)
2 +5V
1 1
D
24VDC/16A L2I (+24V) 3
(SUPPLY)
2 L1I (0V) A2
Ctrl cabinet 107150 E4
G5
+5V
AIN5
2
3
3
1
AIN5
0V
2 2
1
2
L1I (0V) 2 3 L2I (+24V) A3 102918 3 3
Control unit ALA2 Alarm rel output ALA2 G22
1 1 22
ALA1 Alarm rel output ALA1 G21
2 2 21
TXD ACT4 ACT4 G20
3 3
ACT3 UDS Mix ctrl
20
ACT3 G19 107261 105379
4 4
ACT2 UDS Air ctrl
19
ACT2 G18 102560 NOX sensor
Option B 107757 5
6
5
6
0V (AIN1-) ACT1 Alarm rel c trl
18
17
ACT1 G17 B2 0V 1
(NOX)
2 +24V
1 1
230VAC/10A L2I (+24V) 3
(SUPPLY)
1 PGND A1
7 7
0V
AIN5
(AIN3-)
DIG3
DIG4
DIG3
UDS Air req
16
DIG4
DIG3
G16
G15
D2
F9
+24V 2
CAN1_LO 3
1
3
0V
CAN1_LO
2 2
1 8 8 15 3 3
L1I (0V) 2 2 L1I (0V) A2 AIN8 DIG2 Engine r unning DIG2 G14 F5 CAN1_HI 4 4 CAN1_HI
2 9 9 (for LCD 107170- 02) 14 4 4
PGND 1 3 L2I (+24V) A3 AIN9- DIG1 DIG1 G13
3 10 10 13 5 5
AIN0- LIN AIN0+ SCR inlet temp AIN0+ G12
11 11 12
DIG2 AIN0- SCR inlet temp AIN0- G11
12 12 11
ACT3 AIN9+ SCR outlet temp AIN9+ G10
13 13 10
ACT2 AIN9- SCR outlet temp AIN9- G9
14 14
CAN1_LO AIN8
9
AIN8 G8 108358 104257
15
16
15
16
CAN2_LO AIN7
8
7
AIN7 G7
(RPM)
102898 RPM sensor
LIN AIN6 AIN6 G6 B3 0V 1 2 +5V
17 17 6 1 1
AIN5 Tank level AIN5 G5 E3 +5V 2 3 DIG1
18 18 5 2 2
19 19
AIN2+ ALA1
107339 AIN4+
AIN3+
UDS Urea prs
UDS Air prs
4
AIN4+
AIN3+
G4
G3
G13 DIG1 3 1 0V
3 3
20 20 3
AIN3+ 12 AIN2+ AIN2+ G2
21 21 2
0V (AIN4-) ALA2 11 AIN1+ UDS Exh prs AIN1+ G1
22 22 1
Engine c ontrol AIN7 14
107262 23 23
AIN0+ G (I/O) 108368 103195
J1939-CAN (CAN)
24
25
24
25
DIG3
LIN Slave LCD display LIN F13 (MIT)
104122 MIT sensor

ALA
CAN1_HI 3 1 0V B3 ACT4 +24V 1 2 ACT1 13 B3 0V 1 1 0V
1 26 26 CAN2 LO CAN2 LO F12 1 1
CAN1_LO 2 2 CAN1_LO F7 +5V 12 G6 AIN6 2 2 AIN6
2 27 27 CAN2 HI CAN2 HI F11 2 2
0V 1 3 CAN1_HI F3 +24V 11
3 28 28 CAN1 LO TP NOx CAN_L CAN1 LO F10
CAN1_HI 10
29 29 CAN1 LO NOx sensor CAN_L CAN1 LO F9
CAN2_HI 9
30 30 CAN1 LO UDS pump CAN_L CAN1 LO F8
RXD 8
31 31 CAN1 LO Engine J1939 CAN_L
7
CAN1 LO F7 108366 102593
32 32 CAN1 HI TP NOx CAN_H
6
CAN1 HI F6 103979 MAP sensor
Engine Running 108307 33
34
33
34
AIN1+
CAN1 HI
CAN1 HI
NOx sensor CAN_H
UDS pump CAN_H
5
CAN1 HI
CAN1 HI
F5
F4
B3 0V 1
(MAP)
2 +5V
1 1
0V (AIN2-) 4 E3 +5V 2 1 0V
(RUN) 35 35 CAN1 HI Engine J1939 CAN_H CAN1 HI F3 2 2
C +24V 1 1 +24V D4 AIN4+ 3 G7 AIN7 3 3 AIN7 C
1 36 36 TXD TXD F2 3 3
DIG2 2 2 DIG2 G14 AIN6 2
2 37 37 RXD RXD F1
ALA1 3 3 ALA1 G21 AIN9+ 1
3 38 38
ALA2 4 4 ALA2 G22 DIG1
4 39 39 F (BUS)
DIG4
40 40
ACT1 +5V Tank level 5V +5V E4 107263 105055
41
42
41
42
0V +5V
4
3
+5V E3
(TEMP)
104121 TEMP sensor
System Alarm 106514 106513 +5V
+5V UDS pump 5V
2
+5V
+5V
E2
E1
G11 AIN0-
G12 AIN0+
1
2
1
2
AIN0-
AIN0+
1 1
Type K
1 2 2
+24V +24V
1 1
TXD TXD E (5V)
2 2
RXD RXD
3 3 +24V Engine r unning 24V +24V D4
0V 0V 4
4 4 +24V
3
+24V D3 107404 105056
RS232 107339 +24V
+24V
NOx sensor 24V
UDS pump 24V
2
+24V
+24V
D2
D1 (TEMP2)
104122 TEMP2 sensor
Ctrl cabinet display 104025 12
1 G9 AIN9-
G10 AIN9+
1
2
1
2
AIN9-
AIN9+
1 1
Type K
+24V +24V 11 D (24V) 2 2
1 1
LIN 14 S24V
2 2 S24V S24V C2
0V 2
3 3 S24V UDS pump 24S S24V C1
1

S24V
LIN DIG2 1 2 0V
C (24S) 107360
107489 0V Tank level 0V 0V B4 107593 107507
Voltage conver ter
L2O (0V)
0V J1939 0V
4
3
0V B3 107453 107453 UDS pump
N 0V NOx sensor 0V 0V B2 (UDS)
230VAC L
L1O (24V)
0V
0V UDS pump 0V
2
1
0V B1
B1
D1
0V
+24V
1
2
1 0V
2 +24V
1 1
0V
24V 106665
24VDC/8A V-
V+
+24V
B (0V)
E1 +5V 3 3 +5V
2
3
2
3
5V 104366 UDS dosing pump
C1 S24V 4 4 S24V 24S 0V
4 4 15
1 15
L2I (+24V) 24VDC input (230VAC) L2I (+24V) A3 F8 CAN1_LO 5 5 CAN1_LO CAN_LO 24V
107338 L1I (0V) 0V input (230VAC)
L
L1I (0V) A2 F4 CAN1_HI 6 6 CAN1_HI
5 5
CAN_HI CAN_LO
2
16 16
105888 GND Chassie GND
N
GND
PGND A1 G16 DIG4 7 7 DIG4
6
7
6
7
AIR 0V
22
3
4
23
22
23
Dosing pump
G3 AIN3 8 8 AIN1 PAIR CAN_HI
8 8 5
28 28
A (PWR) G4 AIN4 9 9 AIN3 PUREA 24S
9 9 6
34 34
106836

108782

G1 AIN1 10 10 AIN4 PEXH AIR


10 10 7
35 35
G19 ACT3 11 11 ACT3 MAIR
(10m)

11 11
G18 ACT2 12 12 ACT2 UAIR
12 12
13 13
B
14
15
14
15
104367 B
UAIR
16 16 1 1
24V UAIR solenoid
2 2
108224
(1m)

102554
103979 AIR pr essure
(Customer specific) 104006 104007 103118 PAIR 1
Diagnose PC GSM modem 102909 0V
3
2
2
1 1 5V 3
1 1 1 1 1
6 6 Antenna
6 6 2 2
2 TXD RXD 2
2 2
7 7
7
3 RXD TXD 3
7 107199
RS232 3
8
8 8
3
8
RS232 103979 UREA pressure
4 4 PUREA
4 4 3 1
9 9 0V
9 9 2 2
5 VSS 0V 5 5V
5 5 1 3

103407
(Customer specific) 104391 103979 EXH pressure
USB sof tware dongle +24V PEXH
1 1 3 1
0V
1 1 2 2 2 2
0V 5V
2 2 3 3 1 3
USB +24V Power
3 3 4 4
4 4 5 5
0V
6 6 107762
104121 MAIR solenoid
24V
2 1
MAIR
1 2

A A

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Appendix 3 Post installation and adjustment and inspection

After an installation is completed it is important that the system is checked from a


complete list of inspection points and adjustments before the system is and handed over
to the operator.

The inspection includes testing alarms, fault codes and its intended default position.
The list of inspection points can vary between engines and applications and are therefore
presented in an appendix to this document.

This protocol must be followed and completed in order to enable the product warranty
and is a part of the documentation package handed over to the system operator.

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Group Power supply


Sub system / actuator/sensor SCR Control cabinet

System status during test


Item Status
Compressed air Off
Main switch electrical central for On
SCR control cabinet
Disable switch inside the control On (enabled)
cabinet
Service tool connected to the Not required
control cabinet
Engine Off

Tests and result


Step Test Approved Result Signature
interval
1 Make sure that the 230VAC main supply, <1
(terminal group A) is properly grounded.

2 Measure voltage on terminal group A (230 200-250


VAC) in the control cabinet. Measure VAC
between terminal connectors L1 and L2
3 Measure voltage on terminal group D in the 24-30 volt
control cabinet. Measure between any
terminal in group D and any terminal in group
B.
4 Measure voltage on terminal group E in the 4,5-5,5 volt
control cabinet. Measure between any
terminal in group E and any terminal in group
B.

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Sub system / actuator/sensor System wiring

System status during test


Item Status
Compressed air On
Main switch electrical central for On
SCR control cabinet
Disable switch inside the control On (enabled)
cabinet
Diagnostic service tool connected EmtecDiag connected
to the control cabinet
Engine Off

Tests and result


Step Test Approved Result Signature
interval
1 Connect the Diagnostic service tool to the File names
control cabinet. according to
Establish online connection and upload .XML appendix 2
file (map file).
Make sure that the correct .XML file and
correct. HEX file (firmware) are used.
2 Clear all errors by using EmtecDiag

3 Check if any active errors occur.

If any active error occurs, consult error code


list, appendix 4 for corrective actions.

Note.
If CAN J1939 is used for obtaining engine
signals, errors for engine signals can occur if
engine control system is deactivated.

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Sub system / actuator/sensor Type K thermocouples

System status during test


Item Status
Compressed air On
Main switch electrical central for On
SCR control cabinet
Disable switch inside the control On (enabled)
cabinet
Service tool connected to the EmtecDiag connected
control cabinet
Engine Off

Tests and result


Step Test Approved Result Signature
interval
1 Check temperature readings on EmtecDiag 5C to
meters T_ SCR1 and T_ DOC. ambient
Check if the value is reasonable according to temperature
current conditions.
2 Unplug the connector at T_SCR1 and check
that EmtecDiag identifies the correct sensor
by changing temperature meter colour from
green to red.
And that the corresponding fault code
becomes active (standard default is 0C).
Reconnect the sensors and check that the fault
code becomes inactive and that the reading
resume the original value

Repeat the procedure with T_DOC.

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Sub system / actuator/sensor Exhaust pressure sensor
at the urea dosing unit
bracket

System status during test


Item Status
Compressed air On
Main switch electrical central for On
SCR control cabinet
Disable switch inside the control On (enabled)
cabinet
Service tool connected to the EmtecDiag connected
control cabinet
Engine Off

Description
The exhaust pressure sensor is used to detect high exhaust back pressure.
The exhaust pressure is located at the bracket for the urea dosing unit and is marked with
P_EXH.

Tests and result


Step Test Approved Result Signature
interval
1 Check that the value on the meter exhaust prs. in 0 mbar 10
EmtecDiag corresponds to 0 mbar. mbar max.

2 Disconnect the pressure hose to the sensor and 10 mbar


apply a known pressure to the sensor. max
difference to
Note: max pressure 1000 mbar. the applied
pressure.

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Sub system / actuator/sensor Connections and lines

System status during test


Item Status
Compressed air On
Main switch electrical central for On
SCR control cabinet
Disable switch on inside the On (enabled)
control cabinet
Service tool connected to the EmtecDiag connected
control cabinet
Engine Off

Description
The compressed air is connected to the urea pump via an FR-unit (Filter/Regulator unit with a
shut-off valve). See the installation guideline for more information about the FR-unit. The FR-
unit is located at the left side of the urea pump.

Tests and result


Step Test Approved Result Signature
interval
1 Visual inspection of all air connections and lines at No air leaks
urea pump.
2 Verify that the air pressure at the manometer at the 5,5bar
FR-unit is 5.5bar and the shut-valve on the FR unit 0.5bar
is open.

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Sub system / actuator/sensor Connections and lines

System status during test


Item Status
Compressed air On
Main switch electrical central for On
SCR control cabinet
Disable switch inside the control On (enabled)
cabinet
Service tool connected to the EmtecDiag connected
control cabinet
Engine On

Description
When the engine is started the first time after installation the Urea pump will start a priming
sequence to make sure that air is bleed out from the urea pump an the line from the urea tank.
The priming sequence has duration of 30 seconds followed by switching on the air pressure to
the nozzle and an automatic urea pressure test. If the pump is not properly primed the sequence
will continue until the pump is ready. The priming sequence can be followed on the meter
actual pump state in EmtecDiag. When the pump is priming the message Priming is
displayed and when ready the message Ready is displayed.

The actual urea dosing into the exhaust stream will not start until the engine and the system has
reached the start conditions.
At first the NOx concentration sensor has to be pre-heated. The pre-heating (heating element
inside the sensor) will not start until the exhaust temperature has reached 130C (meters
T_DOC and T_SCR1 in EmtecDiag)
The NOx sensor status can be followed on the meter NOx conc. The meter will display pre-
heating followed by read delay and then the actual NOx concentration.

Make sure that the urea tank is filled with AdBlue before starting the engine. Wait for the
system to be completely ready before performing the inspections below.

The exhaust temperature must reach at least 230C until the SCR system starts to dose any urea
/air mixture into the exhaust stream. The actual dosing rate can be seen on the meter Urea
dose. In order to inspect the urea/air line from the urea pump to the nozzle (point 4 in the table
below) the engine must have been run in such conditions so urea dosage has occurred (an
exhaust temperature above 230C and at various loads)

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Step Test Approved Result Signature
interval
1 Make sure that the urea tank is filled with AdBlue Full tank
before starting the engine.
2 Visual inspection of all urea connections and line at No leakage
the urea tank.
3 Visual inspection of all urea connections and lines No leakage
at the urea pump.
4 Visual inspection of urea connection and line at the No leakage
urea nozzle.
5 Check if any active error codes occurs after at least
30 minutes of engine running.

If any, consult the error code list, appendix 4, for


corrective actions.

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Sub system / actuator/sensor Sensors

System status during test


Item Status
Compressed air On
Main switch electrical central for On
SCR control cabinet
Disable switch inside the control On (enabled)
cabinet
Service tool connected to the EmtecDiag connected
control cabinet
Engine On

Description
Run the engine on idle and check all engine related signals. The signals are checked by
comparing the readings on the relevant meters in EmtecDiag to the corresponding standard
engine instrumentation.
The engine signals can be supplied to the SCR control system via the engines CAN (SAE
J1939) system or from external digital and or analogue sensors. The inspection procedure is the
same.

Note that some engines does not broadcast CAN signals if the engine is not running. If so, the
SCR system can display active error codes for these signals when the engine is stopped. The
errors will clear as son as the engines is started.

Tests and result


Step Test Approved interval Result Signature
1 Engine load within 5% of
standard
instrumentation
2 Engine speed within 5% of
standard
instrumentation
3 Boost prs within 5% of
standard
instrumentation
4 Boost air temp within 5% of
standard
instrumentation

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Sub system / actuator/sensor Nozzle and mantle
pressure sensors at the
urea dosing unit bracket

System status during test


Item Status
Compressed air On
Main switch electrical central for On
SCR control cabinet
Disable switch inside the control On (enabled)
cabinet
Service tool connected to the EmtecDiag connected
control cabinet
Engine On

Description
The nozzle and mantle pressure sensors are used to detect whether the nozzle is clogged or if
any leakage between the urea dosing unit and the injection nozzle exists.
The sensors are located at the bracket for the urea dosing unit and are marked according to;
Nozzle prs: Green tie-wrap
Mantle prs: Blue tie-wrap

Tests and result


Step Test Approved Result Signature
interval
1 Keep the engine idling and verify that both air On, On
solenoids Air valve and Mantle air valve are
On in EmtecDiag.

Check that the value on the meter Nozzle prs in 1600 mbar
EmtecDiag. 200mbar
max.
Check that the value on the meter Mantle prs in 1800 mbar
EmtecDiag. 200mbar
max.

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Sub system / actuator/sensor NOx sensor

System status during test


Item Status
Compressed air On
Main switch electrical central for On
SCR control cabinet
Disable switch inside the control On (enabled)
cabinet
Service tool connected to the EmtecDiag connected
control cabinet
Engine On

Description
The NOx concentration sensor is used by the urea dosing algorithm. The NOx sensor element is
located up stream of the catalysts. A sensor electronic control unit is located around 600 mm
from the sensor.

Tests and result


Step Test Approved Result Signature
interval
1 The meter NOx conc in EmtecDiag should show Stable and
actual NOx concentration when all exhaust relevant
temperatures (T_DOC, and T_SCR 1) have been values.
above 130C for more than 3 minutes.

After finalization of the post installation inspection checks, clear the error code list and
disconnect the service tool.

Make sure that all connectors and hoses are reinstalled properly and leave the disable
switch inside the control cabinet on (enabled) and the compressed air valve open.

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Appendix 4 Trouble shooting guide


The troubleshooting guide also includes a description on how to use the diagnose
application EmtecDiag.

The troubleshooting guide can vary between applications.

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About the Marine SCR diagnose application


The Marine SCR diagnose application is a PC software designed to support system
maintenance and troubleshooting
It is designed to run under Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 and does not require
a hardware lock
Your PC must have at least one available RS232 or USB port

The application installation software comes on a CD labelled STT Emtec Marine SCR
Diagnose Application
The latest version of the diagnose application can also be downloaded from
http://www.sttemtec.com/

Table of contents
1. Connecting your diagnose equipnemt
2. Overview
3. Software installation
2.1 System requirements
2.2 ECU drivers
2.3 Software setup
4. Program user guide
4.1 User interface
4.2 Runtime display
4.3 display components
4.4 Buttons
4.5 Logdata graph
5. System state

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1 Connecting your diagnose equipment


The Marine SCR control cabinet connects to your PC using an
RS232 communication cable
(STT part no: 106836)

You can use any RS232 or USB port on your PC, the diagnose
application will automatically detect where the control system is
connected

If your PC does not feature a


built-in RS232 connector you 107926
should use an additional USB 106836
adapter cable USB to RS232 PC
(STT part no: 107926) adapter cable communication
cable (RS232)

Connect the cable(-s) and make sure that the control cabinet has
supply power
Hint: Supply power is on when there is text on the cabinet door
display

Communication
connector

The connector is located at the


bottom right of the Marine SCR
control cabinet

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2 Overview
EmtecDiag is a monitoring and service tool for STT Emtec ECUs.
It can show runtime data and error codes, download diagnostic data, and
update ECU calibration data in the form of complete calibration files.
All files (calibration-, diagnostic data-, and configuration files) are encrypted.

3 Software installation
3.1 System requirements
1GHz processor or better
512 MB RAM
A Mouse
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or later.
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.51
50 Megabyte free space on the hard disk
RS232 Serial port or USB (on STTs latest ECUs)

3.2 ECU drivers


STTs latest generation of ECUs have moved from using a serial port for
communication to using USB. This allows for higher communication speeds and
better connectivity since many computers are not equipped with serial ports
today. To be able to communicate with an ECU using USB, a set of drivers have to
be installed. This is done automatically by the EmtecDiag installation program.

3.3 Software setup


Install EmtecDiag and its bundle of drivers and configuration files, by running Setup.exe
from the installation CD and following the on-screen instructions.
The setup-program installs EmtecDiag, the drivers for USB-connected ECUs and any
configuration files accompanying the setup files. After the setup-program completes, you
can start EmtecDiag from the start-menu.
The setup-program will detect if your system already have Microsoft .NET framework 3.5
SP1 installed, and updates your system automatically if needed. The automatic update
requires an active internet connection to access Microsofts servers for downloading the
.NET Framework files.
The .NET-framework update is a lengthy task and requires the computer to be restarted, so
make sure you plan for it.

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4 Program User Guide


When EmtecDiag is started, it automatically performs a scan of all serial ports on the computer.
If it gets a response from a STT ECU, it scans any available configuration file for a match, and
connects if one is found. The process requires no user input to connect to an ECU other than
starting the program.
4.1 User Interface
The program window is named after the configuration file used to access the ECU (in the
following examples Demo.cfg). At the top of the screen are a row of buttons where the
two rightmost are optional and can be hidden depending on the settings in the
configuration file.
On the same level as the buttons, but on the far right of the screen is the communication-
indicator which blinks when EmtecDiag is communicating with an ECU.
The runtime information is grouped into pages of Meters, Errors and Control-buttons. The
number of pages, their names and content is decided by the configuration file. In these
examples, there are two pages (Engine sensors and ECU-info). Switch between pages
by clicking on the desired tab with your mouse.
4.2 Runtime display
The ECU runtime display is composed of Meters, Error information and Control-buttons and
its data is updated as long as the ECU is connected (and the Communication Indicator is
flashing).
Each line in the runtime display is a different Meter, Error or Control-button.

ECU runtime display


Pages

Optional buttons Comm. indicator

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4.3 Display components


There are three different objects that can be found on the runtime display
Meters which typically show sensor readings, Errors which show registered fault-
conditions and Control-buttons which can be pushed using the mouse to send
commands to the ECU.
Meters
are identified by the M designator at the far left of its row.
After the designator comes the Meter name and value. To the far right
is its current status, which is determined by preset min- and max values
(in the configuration-file). The status can be OK or ERR and the entire
row will change color from green (OK) to red (ERR).

Errors
are identified by the E designator at the far left of its row. After the
designator comes the Error name and a group of other information.
R:2011-10-24 Reset date, is when the error code was last reset by a user.
F:0000 days - First error, is the no. of days after reset the first error
occurred.
L:0000 days - Last error, is the no. of days after reset the latest error
occurred.
NrOf:0 - Error count, is the total no. of recorded errors since reset.

To the far right is the current status of the Error which can be OK or
ERR.
When the Error is currently active, the row turns from green (OK) to red
(ERR).
An error that is not currently active, but has stored errors is shown in
yellow.

Control buttons
are used to send simple on/off-type instructions to the ECU. Activate the
Control button by pressing it with your mouse. Each Control button is
labeled with its function.

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4.4 Buttons

Use this button to update the dataset in the ECU. A file-selection window
pops up when the button is pressed. Navigate to the new dataset-file
(extension .mml), select it and press the OK-button.
The text Saving config to ECU is shown while the update is in progress.

After the dataset has been updated, the runtime communication is


resumed.

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Downloads all stored error codes in the ECU to a file. Depending on the
settings in the configuration file, logger data may be included in the
download. If this is the case, the download will take longer to complete.
You will be asked for a file name when the button is pressed. An
automatically generated file name will be presented as a suggestion, but
the user is free to change it. The download will start when the Save-button
is pressed. If the configuration file allows it, the logger data is shown to the
user as a graph. Normal operation is resumed after the download is
completed.

Logger data being downloaded. This is a long task if the ECU has a large
memory.

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After download of the logger data, it is saved to the diagnostic data file.
This can take some time if there is a lot of data. The downloaded
diagnostic data file is in binary form and not in readable text. The ECU
configuration tool EmtecMapper V is used to extract readable data from
the file.

Resets currently active error codes in the ECU. On ECUs with support for
this function, the current error-states of all Errors are set to OK while the
ECU re-evaluates them all. On ECUs lacking this function, all error
counters will be reset, and the reset date will read 1970-01-01.

This button is optional, and may not be shown for all installations.
Resets all error counters in the ECU and sets the reset time to the current
date.

This button is optional, and may not be shown for all installations.
Clears all logged data in the ECU along with any stored Alarms.

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4.5 Logdata graph


If the settings in the configuration file allow it, some- or all of the data is
presented in graph form. The logdata-viewer can plot data on both the left- and
right axis of the graph. Use the checkboxes to select on which axis to plot the
data. The selected traces are plotted, each in a different color and a legend with
information on which axis they belong to is shown below the graph area. If the
trace is broken, the logger has been trigged-off during that time.

Trig-off (no data)

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Zooming
Zoom in to view details by selecting an area with your mouse (press-and-hold the
left mouse button in the graph area and drag the mouse. Release the mouse to
zoom in).

After zoom When zoomed in, use the scroll bars to pan around in the graph
area.
Click outside the graph-area to get a popup-menu to reverse the zoom.

The Print-button will print the current graph, as seen on the screen
The Save-button saves the current view (selected traces only, and only the time
span shown on screen, i.e. the zoomed in data only) to a TAB-separated text file
for easy import into a spreadsheet.

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5 System state
The operating state of the control system is reflected on the SCR diagnose state meter
The system operates normally in either Dosing or No dosing, air flush state
White states are temporary and correspond to either startup or shutdown, yellow and red states
indicate system Warning and Alarm, respectively
Please note that there may be a delay before any Warning or Alarm will show

No
dosing,
air flush

Exhaust Exhaust
temp < temp >
~250C ~250C

Ignition Priming Ignition Purge Flush


key = Pump complete Dosing key = Purging complete Flushing complete OFF
ON priming (~30s) OFF (~30s) (~300s)

Nozzle clean See also SCR diagnose state


Purge holdoff
Clear Trouble
Hold off
active No code
errors filter
Nozzle blocked Normal: Green (Normal operation)
dosing Cleaning
Cooling
Warning: Yellow (No or limited urea injection)
Nozzle regen Alarm: Red (No urea injection,
Nozzle cooling
Urea deposit
Clear active errors required)
Clog test

Dosing Normal operating state with urea injection = NOx reduction


No dosing, flush When exhaust temp < 250C urea injection is temporarily inhibited
to avoid clogging and deposits
Priming After engine startup the urea pump is filling up with urea
Purging After engine shutdown the urea pump is drained from urea
Flushing After the pump is drained the hoses and nozzle is flushed with air
OFF Power supply to the urea pump is turned off
No dosing The system is in Alarm and NOx reduction is disabled
Active errors must be cleared
Nozzle clean All of the remaining states indicate a system problem related to
clogging or deposits. The system automatically returns to Dosing
Clog test after the problem is resolved. If not Active errors must be cleared

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System
Name Meaning Default (Ok) value Red background
SCR error Will scroll trouble codes between 1-48 in case of system No error Any trouble code
failure
Codes are also presented in plain text
See Errors tab for more information
Note: trouble codes may appear on the SCR error long before
the SCR diagnose changes from Normal to Warning or alarm

System state What the system is currently doing Engine running: OFF N/A
Urea injection is enabled in System state = Dosing Engine stopped: Dosing or Air
OFF: Engine stopped or Ignition key=OFF flush depending on exhaust
Air flush: Urea dose=0 temperature
Dosing: Urea dose>0 and No error
Cooling [s]: Nozzle hot, cooling in process
Cleaning [s]: Nozzle cleaning in progress
Hold off [s]: Nozzle cleaning in progress
System state Will show remaining time in above state N/A N/A
activity

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System continued
Name Meaning Default (Ok) value Red background
SCR System alarm state (same information as on the LEDs under Normal Alarm
Diagnose the LCD display)
System is in Alarm state when any Alarm trouble code is
active. In this state Urea injection is disabled.
Normal: Green lamp
Warning: Yellow lamp
Alarm: Red lamp
Note: some trouble codes have a long filter time before they
appear one the SCR diagnose
Always check the SCR error after a trouble code reset
Actual pump Direct information from the urea pump, live update Ready Not ready or
state All states but Not ready and Pump frozen are normal during Pump frozen
system start and stop.
Ready: Urea dosing active
Not ready: System failure
Pump off: Ignition key=OFF (engine stopped > 30s)
Priming: Filling up pump (engine start +30s)
Purging: Draining the pump (engine stop + 30s)
No CAN signal: Ignition key=OFF or supply failure
Pump frozen: Urea freezes at approx -9C

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System continued
Name Meaning Default (Ok) value Red background
Urea dose Actual Urea injection 0-7000ml/h depending on engine N/A
[ml/h] The dosing rate depend on NOx rating and engine operation operation
At exhaust temperature (T_SCR and T_DOC) below approx
250C the Urea dose will be 0
Urea dosing is also disabled in case of active trouble codes
UDS Air Controls the nozzle air valve on the urea pump OFF N/A
Overrides the control system. When the control is pressed the
valve is opened for 10sec. Pressing the control repeatedly
overrides the valve up to max 60sec.
0:OFF: Nozzle air valve closed
1:ON: Nozzle air valve open
Air valve State of the air valve on the urea pump ON N/A
Compressed air is used to atomise (create spray) of the urea
solution. The system will not work without air. The air valve is
off at system start and stop but should always be on at normal
operation plus a couple of minutes after engine shutdown
OFF: system flushing or engine stopped
ON: system operating normally

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System continued
Name Meaning Default (Ok) value Red background
Nozzle prs Backpressure in the injection nozzle Air valve and Mantle air valve N/A
[mbar] The pressure is a result of urea and compressed air being OFF: 0100 mbar
forced thru a tight nozzle to form a uniform spray over the Air valve and Mantle air valve
SCR catalyst ON: 1600100 mbar
A low pressure indicate lack of air pressure or a damaged (guage)
hose, nozzle or solenoid valve
A high pressure indicate a clogged nozzle
Both high and low nozzle pressure will disable urea injection
Mantle Air Controls the nozzle air valve on the urea pump OFF N/A
Overrides the control system. When the control is pressed the
valve is opened for 10sec. Pressing the control repeatedly
overrides the valve up to max 60sec.
0:OFF: Nozzle air valve closed
1:ON: Nozzle air valve open
Mantle Air State of the mantle air valve on the injection manifold ON N/A
valve Compressed air is used to atomise (create spray) of the urea
solution. The system will not work without air. The air valve is
off at system start and stop but should always be on at normal
operation plus a couple of minutes after engine shutdown
OFF: system flushing or engine stopped
ON: system operating normally

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System continued
Name Meaning Default (Ok) value Red background
Mantle prs Backpressure in the injection nozzle mantle line Air valve and Mantle air valve N/A
[mbar] The pressure is a result of compressed air in the mantle being OFF: 1000100 mbar
forced thru a tight nozzle to form a uniform spray over the SCR Air valve and Mantle air valve
catalyst ON: 1800100 mbar
A low pressure indicate lack of air pressure or a damaged hose, (absolute)
nozzle or solenoid valve
A high pressure indicate a clogged nozzle

Sensors
Name Meaning Default (Ok) value Red background
Ignition key 24VDC signal from the engine controller N/A OFF, Qm or
OFF, Qm: Running signal active but engine stopped OFF, Ign
OFF, Ign: Running signal deactivated
On: Engine runnung
Engine load Typically CAN (J1939) data from engine >0 when running
[%]
Engine speed Typically CAN (J1939) data from engine >0 when running
[rpm]
Boost air Typically CAN (J1939) data from engine >0 when running
temp [C]

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Sensors continued
Name Meaning Default (Ok) value Red background
Boost prs Typically CAN (J1939) data from engine 950 when running
[mbar]
Air massflow Computed value from above sensors >0 when running
[kg/h]
NOx conc Sensor reading or operation information 500-2000ppm when engine at Off - Error
[ppm] The NOx sensor is communication via the same CAN bus as the peak power
engine J1939
In case of a communication fault the trouble code CAN comm
may be activated
The sensor does not start measuring NOx until the temperature in
the whole exhaust system is > 120C
Off Preheating: Low exhaust temperature
Read delay: Sensor heating up (60s)
Off Error: Sensor failure
Preheating-Mapped NOx used: Fallback state
Read delay-Mapped NOx used: Fallback state
Exhaust prs Pressure drop over SCR (and POC) System dependant System dependant
[mbar] A high pressure drop may indicate a soot or urea clogging
problem
T_SCR1 [C] Temperature reading upstream SCR >250C: injection active N/A
This temperature is used to control urea injection
At temperatures < approx 250C nor urea will be injected

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Sensors continued
Name Meaning Default (Ok) value Red background
T_DOC [C] Temperature reading downstream SCR Should follow T_SCR with a N/A
This temperature is used to control urea injection delay
At temperatures < approx 250C nor urea will be injected
Urea level [l] Remaining amount of urea in the system tank >15 Level < 15
Urea injection is disabled when tank level is low to avoid getting
air in the suction line
Low: Level below spare limit
Supply Lo voltage power supply in control cabinet 22000-29000 mV Supply < 22000 or
voltage [mV] Note: system uses 24VDC which may be directly connected to Supply > 29000
ship battery supply or derived from a 230VAC/24VDC converter
Converter is located in the Marine SCR control cabinet

Errors
Name Trouble condition Possible fault Action Latched
Load sensor CAN (J1939) sensor not transmitting or Damaged sensor Check wiring
Speed sensor Analog sensor reading 0.0V or 5.0V Cable break Replace sensor
Boost air Cable short circuit
temp sensor

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Errors continued
Name Trouble condition Possible fault Action Latched
Boost prs
sensor
NOx conc Sensor not transmitting or
sensor Sensor reporting internal failure
T_SCR1 Sensor reading <-100C or >2000C
sensor
T_DOC
sensor
Exhaust prs Sensor reading 0.0V or 5.0V
sensor
Nozzle prs
sensor
Urea level Sensor reading 0.0V or 5.0V Damaged sensor Check wiring
sensor Cable break Replace sensor
Urea temp Cable short circuit
sensor
T_Mixer
sensor
CAN comm. Control system cannot communicate with NOx
sensor
Sensor failure A sensor error has been active for an extended Latch
alarm period (> filter time)

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Errors continued
Name Trouble condition Possible fault Action Latched
Supply DC supply < 11V or > 32V Damaged power supply Check wiring
voltage Short circuit in wire or Replace power
sensor supply
Internal temp ECU internal failure N/A Replace control unit
Program
failure
Mapdata
failure
Exhaust prs Exhaust pressure drop over SCR (and POC) Excessive engine soot Check engine
warning above warning limit production Check for
Urea crystallization in crystallization in SCR
mixer or SCR Check for soot build-
up in POC
Dosing unit Urea pump dosing failure or Cable short circuit Check wiring
Urea pump communication failure Cable break Replace urea pump
Damaged urea pump
Air/Urea flow Dosing unit reports low air or urea flow Blocked urea filter Check urea level
Urea tank drained Check air supply
Air leak in urea suction Replace urea filter
hose/line Check urea
Poor air supply lines/hoses

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Errors continued
Name Trouble condition Possible fault Action Latched
Low nozzle Backpressure in injection nozzle to low Poor air supply Check air supply
prs Damaged injection nozzle Replace nozzle
Nozzle Nozzle self cleaning failed Damaged injection nozzle Replace nozzle
blocked alarm
Urea empty Urea tank empty Urea tank empty Fill up urea tank
alarm
Exhaust prs Exhaust pressure drop over SCR (and POC) Excessive engine soot Check engine Latch
alarm above alarm limit production Check for
Urea crystallization in crystallization in SCR
mixer or SCR Check for soot build-
up in POC
Clear error codes
Exh Over- SCR outlet temp above alarm limit Engine or turbo Check for soot build- Latch
Temp alarm malfunction up
Soot build-up in POC or Check engine
SCR
System Ice build-up in urea pump Urea freezes at approx - Crank up the heat Latch
frozen alarm 9C
Dosing failure Error Dosing unit has been active for an Cable short circuit Check wiring Latch
alarm extended period Cable break Replace urea pump
Damaged urea pump
Low nozzle Error Low nozzle prs has beed active for an Poor air supply Check air supply Latch
prs alarm extended period Damaged injection nozzle Replace nozzle

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Errors continued
Name Trouble condition Possible fault Action Latched
Mixer clogged Urea injection not detected by SCR inlet Urea crystallization in Check for
temperature sensor mixer crystallization in
SCR temperature sensor mixer
damaged Check SCR
Cable short circuit temperature sensor
Check wiring
Low NOX NOx reduction over time was insufficient to meet Any trouble code resulting See Action
reduction the system calibration requirements in reduced or inhibited procedure for all
DEF injection recorded error
entries

Note: Errors with a Latch in the last column must be manually cleared before system is operational!

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Error code x-ref valid for firmware version: marinscr_120328.hex. Please note that error numbers may differ with firmware versions.
Number Group Name Number Group Name
1 (OBD2) Sensor failure Load senaor 25 (OBD5) Special test errors Logger derate
2 (OBD2) Sensor failure Speed sensor 26 (OBD1) ECU failure Program failure
3 (OBD2) Sensor failure Boost air temp sensor 27 (OBD1) ECU failure Mapdata failure
4 (OBD2) Sensor failure Air flow sensor 28 (OBD3) SCR system failure Urea quality
5 (OBD2) Sensor failure Boost prs sensor 29 (OBD3) SCR system failure Dosing unit
6 (OBD2) Sensor failure NOx conc sensor 30 (OBD3) SCR system failure Air/Urea flow
7 (OBD2) Sensor failure T_SCR1 sensor 31 (OBD4) Information log Heater activation
8 (OBD2) Sensor failure T_DOC sensor 32 (OBD4) Information log Nozzle purge count
9 (OBD2) Sensor failure Exhausr prs sensor 33 (OBD3) SCR system failure Nozzle regenerating
10 (OBD2) Sensor failure Nozzle prs sensor 34 (OBD4) Information log Alarm reset
11 (OBD2) Sensor failure Urea level sensor 35 (OBD3) SCR system failure Low nozzle prs
12 (OBD2) Sensor failure Mantle prs sensor 36 (OBD3) SCR system failure Nozzle blocked alarm
13 (OBD5) Special test errors Comp X sensor 37 (OBD4) Information log STOP feedback
14 (OBD5) Special test errors Comp Y sensor 38 (OBD3) SCR system failure Urea empty alarm
15 (OBD5) Special test errors Comp Z sensor 39 (OBD3) SCR system failure Exhaust prs alarm
16 (OBD2) Sensor failure T_Mixer sensor 40 (OBD2) Sensor failure Sensor failure alarm
17 (OBD2) Sensor failure Tail NOx sensor 41 (OBD3) SCR system failure Exh Over-Temp alarm
18 (OBD2) Sensor failure Urea conc sensor 42 (OBD3) SCR system failure Urea quality alarm
19 (OBD2) Sensor failure CAN comm 43 (OBD3) SCR system failure System frozen alarm
20 (OBD1) ECU failure Supply voltage 44 (OBD3) SCR system failure Dosing failure alarm
21 (OBD1) ECU failure Internal temp 45 (OBD3) SCR system failure Low nozzle prs alarm
22 (OBD3) SCR system failure Exhaust prs warning 46 (OBD4) Information log NOx Pre-filter Log
23 (OBD5) Special test errors Dreate actuator 47 (OBD3) SCR system failure Mixer clogged
24 (OBD5) Special test errors Logger alarm 48 (OBD3) SCR system failure Lox NOx reduction

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Installation Guideline

Appendix 5 Commissioning prerequisites

In order to achive a successful commissioning of the SCRmarine system the following


conditions must be met

5.1. System installation completed, checklist below

5.1.1. Exhaust system


5.1.1. SCR catalyst/mixer assembly installed
5.1.2. Exhaust system without leakage
5.1.3. Insulation of exhaust system from engine to SCR catalyst completed
5.1.4. Accessible threaded, M20x1.5, boss installed in exhaust system
downstream SCR catalyst (for NOx verification during commissioning)

5.1.5. SCR dosing system


5.1.6. DEF dosing pump (UDS) assembly installed
5.1.7. Injection nozzle installed
5.1.8. Urea tank installed
5.1.9. DEF hoses or pipes between UDS and tank installed and air tight
5.1.10. Hoses for exhaust backpressure pressure sensor assembly
installed and air tight with a continuous downward slope
5.1.11. Pipe or hose for compressed air installed

5.1.12. Electrical system


5.1.13. SCR control cabinet installed
5.1.14. Sensors and cables installed according to Appendix 2
5.1.15. Supply voltage installed according to Appendix 2 (24VDC or
230VAC)
5.1.16. CAN (J1939) cable connected to engine management system,
the following signals must be available:
Engine load
o PGN 0xF003: EEC2 PercentLoadAtCurrentSpeed or
o PGN 0xF004: EEC1 ActualEnginePercentTorque
Engine speed
o PGN 0xF004: EEC1 EngineSpeed
Boost pressure
o PGN 0xFEF6: InletExhaustCond BoostPressure
Boost temperature
o PGN 0xFEF6: InletExhaustCond IntakeManifoldTemp or
o PGN 0xFEF5: AmbientConditions AirInletTemperature
5.1.17. RUN (Engine running) cable connected to engine management system
contact closing when engine is running

5.2. Optional system


5.2.1. SCR system alarm relay output in SCR control cabinet connected to vessel
monitoring sum alarm or equivalent system
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5.2.2. LCD display installed on bridge and connected to SCR control cabinet

5.3. Urea day tanks filled up


Min 25 litres per system tank

5.4. Compressed air available


6 bar, 20 l/min continuous per system (100l/min free air)

5.5. Supply voltage available at control cabinet


24VDC/10A or 230VAC depending on installation (See Appendix 2)

5.6. Engine able to run under normal load conditions


15 min 25% continuous load
15 min 50% continuous load
15 min 75% continuous load
15 min 100% continuous load

NOTE: Engine operation with SCR system deactivated


If engine operation is required before commissioning of the SCR system, the NOx
sensor should not be installed. The sensor contains an electrical heater which is
imperative to the sensors lifespan. Shorter starts of the engine are
ok. Without the NOx sensor fitted the engine can be operated without
restrictions.

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Installation Guideline

Appendix 6 AdBlue safety manual

Note! AdBlue is a trade name and others exist.

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Conforms to Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 (REACH), Annex II - United Kingdom (UK)

SAFETY DATA SHEET


Air1

1. Identification of the substance/preparation and of the


company/undertaking
Identification of the substance or preparation
Product name : Air1
Synonyms : Urea Solution 32.5%
Company/undertaking identification
Manufacturer / Supplier : Yara Industrial
Immingham
North East Lincolnshire
DN40 2NS
United Kingdom
T: +44 (0) 1469 554600
F: +44 (0) 1469 571624
e-mail address of person : yarauk.hesq@yara.com
responsible for this SDS
Emergency telephone : 0800 7312058 (24 hrs)
number

2 . Hazards identification
The product is not classified as dangerous according to Directive 1999/45/EC and its amendments.
Classification : Not classified.
See section 11 for more detailed information on health effects and symptoms.

3 . Composition/information on ingredients
Substance/preparation : Preparation
Ingredient name CAS % EC number Classification
number
Water 7732-18-5 67.5 231-791-2 Not
classified.
Urea 57-13-6 32.5 200-315-5 Not
classified.
See section 16 for the full text of the R-phrases
declared above

There are no additional ingredients present which, within the current knowledge of the supplier and in the
concentrations applicable, are classified as hazardous to health or the environment and hence require reporting in
this section.
[1] Substance classified with a health or environmental hazard
[2] Substance with a workplace exposure limit
Occupational exposure limits, if available, are listed in section 8.

4. First-aid measures
Ingestion : If large quantities of this material are swallowed, call a physician immediately. Do not induce
vomiting unless directed to do so by medical personnel. Never give anything by mouth to an
unconscious person.
Skin contact : Avoid prolonged or repeated contact with skin. Wash with soap and water. Get medical
attention if irritation develops.
Eye contact : In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water. Get medical attention if
irritation occurs.
Protection of first-aiders : No action shall be taken involving any personal risk or without suitable training.
See section 11 for more detailed information on health effects and symptoms.

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5. Fire-fighting measures
Extinguishing media : In case of fire, use water spray (fog), foam, dry chemical or CO 2.
Hazardous thermal : These products are
decomposition products carbon dioxide
carbon monoxide
nitrogen oxides
Ammonia.
Special protective equipment : Fire-fighters should wear appropriate protective equipment and self-contained breathing
for fire-fighters apparatus (SCBA) with a full face-piece operated in positive pressure mode.

6. Accidental release measures


Personal precautions : Follow all fire-fighting procedures (section 5).
Environmental precautions : Avoid contact of spilled material and runoff with soil and water courses.
and clean-up methods
Absorb with DRY sand or other non-combustible material. Use a tool to scoop up solid or
absorbed material and place into appropriate labelled waste container. Avoid creating dusty
conditions and prevent wind dispersal. Keep out of waterways. See section 13 for waste
disposal information.
Note: see section 8 for personal protective equipment and section 13 for waste disposal.

7. Handling and storage


Handling : Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing. Ensure eyewash facilities are located close to the
working environment.
Storage : Keep container tightly closed. Keep container in a cool, well-ventilated area. Keep away
from heat and direct sunlight.
Packaging materials
Recommended : Use original container.

8. Exposure controls/personal protection

Exposure controls
Respiratory protection : Use a properly fitted, air-purifying or air-fed respirator complying with an approved standard
if a risk assessment indicates this is necessary. Respirator selection must be based on
known or anticipated exposure levels, the hazards of the product and the safe working limits
of the selected respirator. Recommended: If ventilation is inadequate, use respirator that
will protect against dust/mist.
Hand protection : Chemical-resistant, impervious gloves complying with an approved standard should be worn
at all times when handling chemical products if a risk assessment indicates this is
necessary. Recommended: >8 hours (breakthrough time): butyl rubber , natural rubber
(latex) , nitrile rubber
Eye protection : Recommended: Chemical splash goggles or face shield.
Skin protection : Personal protective equipment for the body should be selected based on the task being
performed and the risks involved.
Wash hands, forearms and face thoroughly after handling chemical products, before eating,
smoking and using the lavatory and at the end of the working period.

9. Physical and chemical properties


General information
Appearance
Physical state : Liquid. [Clear.]
Colour : Colourless.
Odour : Ammoniacal. [Slight]
Important health, safety and environmental information
pH : 9,8 to 10 [Conc. (% w/w): 10%]
Boiling point : Decomposition temperature: 100C

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Air1

9. Physical and chemical properties


Melting/freezing point : -11.5C (11.3F)
Vapour pressure : 6.4 kPa (48 mm Hg) (at 40C)
Density g/cm3 : 1.09 g/cm3 (20C / 68F)
Miscible in water. : Yes.

10. Stability and reactivity


Stability : Stable under recommended storage and handling conditions (see section 7).
Conditions to avoid : Urea reacts with calcium hypochlorite or sodium hypochlorite to form the explosive nitrogen
trichloride.
Materials to avoid : Highly reactive or incompatible with the following materials: oxidizing materials, acids and
alkalis.
Hazardous decomposition : These products are
products carbon dioxide
carbon monoxide
nitrogen oxides
Ammonia.

11. Toxicological information


Potential acute health effects
Adverse health effects are considered unlikely, when the product is used according to directions.
Potential chronic health effects

Chronic effects : No known significant effects or critical hazards.


Carcinogenicity : No known significant effects or critical hazards.

Mutagenicity : No known significant effects or critical hazards.


Teratogenicity : No known significant effects or critical hazards.
Developmental effects : No known significant effects or critical hazards.
Fertility effects : No known significant effects or critical hazards.
Over-exposure signs/symptoms
Inhalation : No specific data.
Ingestion : No specific data.
Skin : No specific data.
Eyes : No specific data.

12. Ecological information


Environmental effects : Readily biodegradable
Other ecological information
Product/ingredient name Aquatic half-life Photolysis Biodegradability
Air1 - - Readily
Conclusion/Summary : The product does not show any bioaccumulation phenomena.
Mobility : Soluble in the following materials: water
Other adverse effects : No known significant effects or critical hazards.

13. Disposal considerations


Methods of disposal : Empty containers or liners may retain some product residues. Do not empty into drains;
dispose of this material and its container in a safe way. Dispose of in accordance with all
applicable local and national regulations
Hazardous waste : Within the present knowledge of the supplier, this product is not regarded as hazardous
waste, as defined by EU Directive 91/689/EEC..

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14. Transport information


Not regulated.

Not classified as hazardous material according to UN Orange Book and international transport codes e.g. ADR
(road), RID (rail), ADN (inland waterways) and IMDG (sea).

15. Regulatory information


EU regulations
Risk phrases : This product is not classified according to EU legislation.
Product use : Industrial applications.

Classification and labelling have been performed according to EU Directives 67/548/EEC


and 1999/45/EC (including amendments) and the intended use.
Europe inventory : All components are listed or exempted.

16. Other information


References : European Chemical Bureau, Annex 1 EU Directive 67/548/EEC
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, U.S. Dept. of Health, Education,
and Welfare, Reports and Memoranda
Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances
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History
Date of printing : 26/05/2009.
Date of issue/Date of : 26/05/2009.
revision
Date of previous issue : 09/02/2009.
Version : 5
Prepared by : Yara Product Classification and Regulations
Indicates information that has changed from previously issued version.
Notice to reader
To the best of our knowledge, the information provided in this Safety Data Sheet is accurate as at the date of its issue. The
information it contains is being given for safety guidance purposes and relates only to the specific material and uses described
in it. This information does not necessarily apply to that material when combined with other material(s) or when used otherwise
than as described herein. Final determination of the suitability of any material is the sole responsibility of the user. All materials
may represent unknown hazards and should be used with caution. Yara International ASA disclaims any liability for loss or
damage resulting from the use of any data, information or recommendations set out in this Safety Data Sheet.

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Appendix 7 Installing analogue sensors


This document contains general information regarding sensor installation on engines
without CAN bus protocol (J1939).

Position of sensors, cabling, threading, welding of adapters and so on differs between


applications and has to be developed for each installation.

7.1 Engine load sensor (Throttle position sensor)

This chapter is only for engines without engine load signal at the CAN bus (J1939).

Bag 104103 contains mounting details for the load sensor.

Remove screw and nut in the centre of the injection pump axle. Mount a spacer nut on injection
pump axle. Mount support washer on the injection pump axle, use tapered head screw. Before
tightening the tapered head screw, adjust the support washer so that the two M4 holes are in a
parallel line with the injection pump lever arm.

Mount position indicator on support washer with the two allen head M4 screw.

Mount load sensor bracket. It is possible that the sensor bracket needs to be modified to fit at the
injection pump.

The height of the position sensor should be approximately 2mm lower than the height of the load
sensor bracket. If the distance is bigger use washers between the spacer nut and support washer to
adjust. Mount the load sensor on the load sensor bracket.

7.2 Engine speed sensor

This chapter is only for engines without engine speed signal at the CAN bus (J1939).

Option 1: OEM RPM sensor


Locate the OEM RPM sensor and the RPM signal wire. Strip off a section of insulation (do not
cut) this wire approximately 30mm from the sensor. Solder the STT Emtec wire marked RPM and
the OEM RPM wire together and insulate with shrink hose or similar to ensure that the seal is
completely tight.

Option 2: RPM signal from the generator, marked W


Route the engine speed wire from the SCR control cabinet to the generator and the connector
marked W.

Option 3: STT Emtec RPM sensor


Mount the alternator RPM sensor (included in the bag with STT P/N 107938) using a bracket (not
included). Turn the alternator so that one of the alternator fan blades is directly under the RPM
sensor. Adjust the bracket so that the distance between the RPM sensor and the fan blade is
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approximately 2mm. Turn the alternator around and make sure that all fan blades passes the sensor
with the same distance. Figure below shows an example of an RPM sensor installed at the
generator. Wire the harness from the sensor to the SCR control cabinet. Secure the harness with
cable ties. Cut the open wire side to the right length and make proper connections in the cabinet
(see the wiring layout document in appendix 2).

Figure 1
RPM sensor at the generator (example only)

7.3 Boost pressure (MAP) sensor

This chapter is only for engines without the boost pressure signal from the CAN bus (J1939)

Bag STT P/N 107938 contains the sensor and the wiring harness for the boost pressure sensor
installation. Locate the air inlet pipe. Mount a boss at the air inlet pipe. The figure below shows an
example of the mounting position of the boss. Mount the sensor near to the air inlet pipe. Connect
a hose between the MAP sensor and the boss at the air inlet pipe using clamps.

Ensure the MAP sensor hose is routed uphill from the air inlet pipe to the sensor.

Secure hose with cable ties.

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Figure 2. Mounting position of the boss for the MAP sensor. Example only!

Wire the harness from the sensor to the SCR control cabinet. Secure the harness with cable ties.
Cut the open wire side to the right length and make proper connections in the cabinet (see the
wiring layout document in appendix 2).

7.3 Manifold inlet temperature (MIT) sensor

This chapter is only for engines without the manifold inlet temperature signal at the CAN bus
(J1939).

Bag 107938 contains the sensor and the wiring harness for the boost pressure sensor installation.
Locate the air inlet pipe. Mount the sensor at the air inlet pipe using a boss or direct into the inlet
pipe. Make sure that the sensor element is in touch with the gas stream. Figure below shows the
temperature sensor delivered by STT. The thread is M10x1.5.

Figure 3. Manifold inlet temperature sensor.

Wire the harness from the sensor to the SCR control cabinet. Secure the harness with cable ties.
Cut the open wire side to the right length and make proper connections in the cabinet (see the
wiring layout document in appendix 2).

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Kontorsvgen 9 Fax: +46 (0)60 64 10 45 Org.nr: 55 62 05 2927
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SWEDEN Internet: www.sttemtec.com ISO-cetrifikat nr: 15627