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1399763 ENGINE AR-COMPLETE Caterpillar parts 3406E ENGINE
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CA1399763
139-9763
1399763
Caterpillar 1399763 ENGINE AR-COMPLETE

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Engine Starting Sequence
The OCP receives an engine start signal under one of the following conditions:
The operator presses the "RUN" key
The control is in "AUTO" and the remote initiate input becomes active
The operator presses the "AUTO" key and a start command is sent via the RS-485 SCADA Data Link (Modbus).
The OCP checks the following system items before beginning the cranking sequence:
There are no shutdowns on any module
The engine is stopped
The OCP begins the starting sequence.
The OCP activates the pre-crank and start aid outputs, if programmed, for the configured duration.
On MUI engines, the OCP activates the starting motor relay (relay output 1) and the fuel control relay (relay output 2).
On EUI engines that do no utilize a common engine interface, the OCP activates the starting motor relay (SMR). The start signal is sent to the engine ECM. This signal is sent via the primary CAN data link or through a hardwired connection.
On EUI engines that utilize a common engine interface, the OCP will send a start signal to the Engine ECM via the CAN data link or through a hardwired connection and the ECM will be responsible for cranking the engine (step 4) and deactivating the starting motor relay (step 5).
The OCP cranks the engine for the programmed crank time or until the engine starts. If the engine does not start after the crank time has elapsed, then the starting motor relay will de-energize for the programmed rest time. After the rest time has elapsed, then the starting motor relay will start cranking again for the programmed crank time. A cycle consists of a crank time and a rest time. If the engine has not started after the programmed number of cycles, then the OCP will abort the starting process. The OCP will then generate an "Engine Failure to Start Shutdown".
The OCP deactivates the starting motor relay when the engine speed reaches the setpoint for the crank terminate speed. Engine Stopping Sequence
The OCP will stop the engine under either of the following conditions:
The operator presses the "STOP" key.
If the control is in "AUTO", and no longer receives any of the following:
the remote initiate input
the SCADA start signalNote: If the control is in "AUTO", the remote initiate must be inactive, and the Modbus data link must be requesting a stop. If either the remote initiate is active, then the engine will not stop. Remote initiates are as follows:
Engine run state is being requested via the Modbus
After receiving the "Stop" signal, the OCP checks to ensure that there are no system faults present.
The OCP begins the cooldown period. In order to bypass the cooldown, depress and hold the "STOP" key. The screen displays instructions to "PRESS ENTER TO BYPASS", and "PRESS ESCAPE TO CONTINUE". Press the "OK" key in order to bypass the cooldown sequence or press the Escape key in order to continue the cooldown sequence. Note: For common engine interface applications, cooldown must be controlled by the Engine ECM.
After the cooldown cycle, the OCP initiates an engine shutdown by turning

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