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3905140 ENGINE AR-PRIMARY Caterpillar parts C6.6 ENGINE
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CA3905140
390-5140
3905140
Caterpillar 3905140 ENGINE AR-PRIMARY

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Pin Locations
Table 1
Machine ECM Connector J1 Contact Descriptions
No. Function Type
2 PRV 8–10 Return PRV Return
3 PRV 4-7 Return PRV Return
20 8V Supply 8V Supply 1
38 Analog & PWM Return 2 Analog & PWM Return 2
54 Pump 1 Pressure Sensor PWM Input 1
55 Pump 2 Pressure Sensor PWM Input 2
56 NFC 1 Pressure Sensor PWM Input 3
57 NFC 2 Pressure Sensor PWM Input 4
61 NFC 1 Solenoid PRV 6
62 NFC 2 Solenoid PRV 7
81 Power Shift Solenoid PRV 10 Inputs
The inputs describe the status of the machine systems. Two types of inputs exist. The inputs can be either a switch type or a sensor type. Switches provide an open, a ground, or a + battery signal to the inputs of the controller. Sensors (frequency, PWM, or voltage) provide a changing signal to the sensor inputs of the controller. The controller will recognize the following types of sensor signals:Analog - The sensor will produce a voltage signal that changes as the conditions that the sensor is sensing, changes.Frequency - The sensor will produce an AC signal (sine wave or square wave) that varies in frequency (Hz) as the condition changes.Pulse Width Modulated - The sensor produces a digital signal and varies the duty cycle as the condition changes. The frequency of the signal will remain constant.In some cases the operator is provided a manual switch that can be used to change a condition of the machine.Sensors
Low Pressure Sensors
Illustration 3 g02263393Note: The values in Table 2 are for bench testing only. Values may not represent parameters for machine systems specifications.
Table 2
Operating pressure 10 MPa
Supply Voltage +7V ~ +14V
Output signal 500 100 Hz (PWM)
Output range 5% ~ 95% Negative Flow Control Pressure Sensors
The negative flow control pressure sensors for the drive pump and idler pump are inputs to the machine ECM. The machine ECM uses this pressure information to determine the hydraulic demand requested by the operator. The machine ECM then sends a PWM driver to the negative flow control solenoids to control the pump flow rate.The NFC pressure sensors are located on the top on the main control valve in the end plate.For more information on the NFC pressure sensors, refer to Systems Operation, "Negative Flow Control System".High Pressure Sensors
Illustration 4 g02263513Note: The values in Table 3 are for bench testing only. Values may not represent parameters for machine systems specifications.
Table 3
Operating Pressure 50 MPa
Supply Voltage +7V ~ +14V
Output Signal 500 100 Hz (PWM)
Output Range 5% ~ 95% Drive Pump Pressure Sensor and Idler Pump Pressure Sensor
The drive pump pressure sensor and idler pump pressure sensors are inputs to the machine ECM. The drive pump and idler pump pressure sensors are located on the main control valve. The drive pump pressure sensor monitors the pressure of the drive pump oil in the front half of the main control valve high-pressure passages. The idler pump pressure sensor monitors the idler pump oil pressure in the rear half of the main control valve high-pressure passages.The pressure sensors send a pulse width modulated (PWM)

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