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  • color marine power display

    caterpillar marine power systems

    Basic operation

  • 2 table of contents

    page 1 TableofContents.....................................................................2 2 Figures........................................................................................3 3 Foreword....................................................................................4 4 SafetyInformation...................................................................5 4.1ElectricalSafety.................................................................5 4.2ElectrostaticDischargeAwareness...............................5 5 ColorMPDButtons(Keys)..................................................... .6 6 BasicOperation........................................................................7 7 SystemConfigurationScreen................................................9 7.1UserNameExample.....................................................10 7.2VideoFeature....................................................................10 7.3OtherMenuItems............................................................10 8 SystemScreens.....................................................................11 9 EngineScreens......................................................................1310 DualEngineOperation..........................................................1511 On-ScreenEditing..................................................................16 11.1MovingaGaugeExample#1....................................16 11.2MovingaGaugeExample#2................................... .1712 ChangingColors.....................................................................18 12.1ChangingOtherColors..................................................1913 AddingGauges.......................................................................20 13.1SelectingGaugeType................................................20 13.2SelectingGaugeData................................................21 13.3SelectingDataRange................................................21 13.4CreatingNewGauges

    Example#1:BatteryVolts.............................................22 13.5CreatingNewGauges

    Example#2:VesselSpeed............................................23

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  • 32 Figurespage

    DescriptionsofKeys......................................................................6SplashScreen.................................................................................7MainScreen....................................................................................7MixedGaugesScreen...................................................................7NightModeScreen........................................................................8AlarmScreen(J1939).....................................................................8DiagnosticAlert..............................................................................8SystemConfigurationScreen.......................................................9SystemConfigurationScreen.....................................................11SystemInformationScreen........................................................11ControlSystemInformationScreen..........................................12ETDScreen....................................................................................12EngineInformationScreens.......................................................13EngineConfigurationScreen......................................................14ExhaustTemperaturesScreen...................................................14DualEngineModeDefaultScreen.........................................15MovingaGaugeScreens...................................................... 16-17ChangingColorsScreens...................................................... 18-19GaugeMenuWindow..................................................................20BarGaugeisSelectedHere.......................................................20BatteryVoltsisSelectedHere...................................................21DataRange....................................................................................21SelectingGaugeSize...................................................................22NewBatteryVoltsGaugeCreated.............................................22BatteryVoltsGaugeMoved........................................................22VesselSpeedisSelectedHere..................................................23DataRangeisSelectedHere.....................................................23SelectOKBox................................................................................23NewGaugeCreated.....................................................................23VesselSpeedGaugeMoved.......................................................23

  • 4 Forward

    ThisguidedescribesthebasicoperationfortheCatColorMarinePowerDisplay(ColorMPD)anditsnewfeatures.Actualscreenshotswillbeusedtoillustratespecificfunctionsandexamples.Forinformationregardingtheinstallation,operation,specifications,andtroubleshootingbeyondthescopeofthismanual,seethemanualsfortheCatMarinePowerDisplay(MPD).MoreinformationmaybefoundataCaterpillardealerorontheCatwebsite.

    TheinformationinthisdocumentisthepropertyofCaterpillarInc.and/oritssubsidiaries.Anycopying,transmissiontoothers,andanyuseexceptthatforwhichitisloanedisprohibitedwithoutwrittenpermission.

    3 reFerence manUalsLEXM2818-01

    LEBM0189-04

    LEXM3985-01

    FeatUresColorVGA6.5LCD640X480

    4NTSC/PALvideoinputs

    PIPvideow/30frames/sec

    115viewing

    4pushbuttons

    4-positionrockerswitch

    WinFlashcapability

    ScreenBuildersoftware

    2externaldrivers300mA

  • 54 safety information4.1 electrical saFety do notoperateorworkonanyelectricalcomponentunlessyouhavereadandunderstandtheinstructionsandwarningsintheOperationandMaintenanceManual.Failuretofollowtheinstructionsorheedthewarningscouldresultininjuryordeath.ContactanyCaterpillardealerforreplacementmanuals.Propercareisyourresponsibility.

    4.2 electrostatic discHarGe awarenessAnelectrostaticchargecandamagethedisplay,resultinginColorMPDbreakdownorimproperoperation.Takethefollowingprecautionswhileinstalling/removing/handlingthedisplay:Handleequipmentcorrectly.UseESD-protectivepackagingandmaterialhandlingcontainersthatareanti-staticandprovidedischargeprotectionandelectricfieldsuppression.

    Useprotectivedevices:ESD-protectiveworkstationsand/orworksurfaces(groundingmat,anti-staticwriststrap,etc.).

    Keepallplasticitemsawayfromthedevices.Anyplasticitemisapotentialstaticgenerator.Thisincludescandywrappers,foamcups,syntheticcarpet,foamcushions,etc.

    Theanti-staticbagcannotfunctionasastaticdissipatingmat.

    do not useananti-staticbagforanyotherpurposethantoencloseaproduct.

    caUtionTheareawithconnectorsonthebackofthedisplayistheareamostvulnerabletoelectrostatic discHarGe (esd).WhilehandlingtheColorMPD,extraattentionisrequiredregardingthebackofthedisplay.Thedisplaymaybecomedamagedorinoperableifextracareisnottaken.

    ConsulttheElectrostaticDischargeAssociationforproperprocedureduringparticularsituations:http://www.esda.org

  • color mpd Buttons (Keys)

    TheColorMPDhasfivecontrolbuttonslocatedontherightfrontofthedisplaypanel.Thecontrolbuttons(orkeys)arelistedbelowalongwithadescriptionoftheirassociatedfunctions.

    description oF Keys

    scroll KeyTheSCROLLKEYisusedtonavigatethroughscreensandmenus.PressingonanarrowwillscrollUp,Down,Left,orRight.TheseactionsarelabeledasUp5arrow,down6arrow,leFt3arrow,andriGHt4arrowinthetextthatfollows.Holdingdownanarrowwillallowforfastscrollinginthatdirection.

    oK KeyTheOKKEYisusedtoselectgaugesandmenusitems.Thisactionwillchangethelookofitemsdisplayedonthescreenandthedatausedintheseitems.

    taB KeyTheTABKEYisusedtoscrollthroughcertainmenus,atwhichtimethemenuitemscrolledtomaybeselectedbypushingtheOKKEY.

    display mode KeyTheDISPLAYMODEKEYisusedtochangethedisplayscreenfromcolor(DAYMODE)tomonochromered(NIGHTMODE).HoldingthiskeydownwillopenaScreenContrastmenuallowingtheusertochangethescreencontrast.

    alarm acKnowledGe (or alarm) KeyTheALARMKEYisusedtostop,silence,andclearalarms.Pressingthekeyoncesilencesthealarmandpressingitagain(twice)removesthealarmwarningfromthescreenanddisplaytheMAINSCREEN.

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  • Basic operation

    Inthissectionthebasicoperationisdiscussed,startingfrompoweronthroughsimplescreennavigation.

    splasH screenWhentheColorMPDispoweredon,theSplashscreenisshownforafewseconds.

    TheMAINScreenisthenshown:

    main screendeFaUlt GaUGes: Scroll56

    EngineSpeedCoolantTemperatureOilPressureBoostPressureEngineLoadFuelRateXmsnTemperatureXmsnPressure

    otHer screens Scroll34MAINScreenRectangularGaugesRoundGaugesMixedGaugesSystemInformation

    1: ScrollingUp5ordown6willhighlightthedifferentgaugesdisplayedonthescreen.Whenhighlighted,thegaugecanbemodifiedorremoved.

    2: ScrollingleFt3orriGHt4willchangethescreenanddifferentgaugeswillbedisplayed.

    SPLASHSCREEN

    MAINSCREEN

    MIXEDGAUGESSCREEN

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  • 8niGHt mode screen PushNIGHTModeDAYMode

    PushandHold:CONTRAST

    alarm screen PushToSilenceToClear

    Whenanalarmisactive,theColorMPDwillenteradiagnosticmode.diaGnosticisdisplayedintheupperleftcornerofallscreens.

    diaGnostic alert

    Operationalfunctionsareavailabletotheuserbuttheproblemthatcausedthealarmneedstoberesolved.

    ALARMSCREEN(J1939)

    NIGHTMODESCREEN

    Onthisscreen:TheJ1939 data commUnication linKisdisplayedandthesystemisrequestingredUce power now.

  • 9TheSYSTEMCONFIGURATIONscreenisaccessedbyscrollingLEFT3orRIGHT4fromtheMAINScreen.Theusercanselectvariousfeaturesfromthemenubelow.

    7 system configuration screen

    SYSTEMCONFIGURATIONSCREENsystem inFormationmenU item sUB-menUUserName