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Set the Default Cold Inflation Pressures.Default Cold Inflation Pressures should be customized to the machine tires using Cat ET. The Cat ET interface will allow the customizing of Cold Inflation Pressure per axle. Consult and follow the tire manufacturers recommendation for Cold Inflation Pressure, Pressure Deviation, and Critical Low Pressure for each tire.It is recommended that the following three parameters are all set to 'Disabled' under Tire Monitoring System Event Configurations
Tire Monitoring System Barometric Pressure Compensation Enable Status
Tire Monitoring System First Alert Temperature Compensation Enable Status
Tire Monitoring System Second Alert Temperature Compensation Enable StatusNote: Never inflate a tire to less than the tire's recommended cold inflation pressure. A tire is considered to be "cold" when the tires temperature is 18.33° C (65° F) or less. The tire temperature can be estimated using the outside temperature.
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If desired, change the settings for the "Tire Monitoring System First Alert Pressure Percentage Threshold", and the "Tire Monitoring System Second Alert Pressure Percentage Threshold".Once all TMS installation and configuration has been completed, it is necessary to save the system data to an ECM Replacement file using Cat ET. In the event of a Messenger ECM failure, this ECM replacement file can be used to restore the installation and configuration settings, including the system sensor configuration data.Tire Monitoring System Lamps, Warnings, and Alarms Displayed Through the Messenger Display
Lamps and Warnings
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Tire Pressure Lamp
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Tire Failure/Malfunction Lamp
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Tire Temperature Lamp
Illustration 59 g03731198When an alarm activates, Messenger will indicate which tire is producing the event and the reason through a pop-up message. Refer to Illustration 59.If a sensor battery has low voltage, then the low voltage diagnostic for that sensor will be active.If the pressure is not being updated, the display will show **** due to an abnormal update rate.There are two types of alarms. Level one alarms have the ability to be snoozed. To snooze a level one alarm, press the "OK" button. Level two alarms cannot be snoozed and should be addressed as soon as possible.Refer to Table 7for a list of the Tire Monitoring System alarms on the Messenger.
Table 7
Tire Monitoring System Alarms
Alarm / Annunciation Snooze Time
Over Pressure 2 minutes
Under Pressure 20 minutes
Extreme Under Pressure 2 minutes
High Temperature 2 minutes
Tire Sensor Low Battery 1 hour Tire Monitoring System Final Checks and Validation
Perform the following checks before placing the Tire Monitoring System into service.Cat ET
Verify that the ET summary screen lists the correct software version.
Verify that the configuration screen allows values to be edited.
Verify that all sensor ID numbers are recorded correctly, tire locations are correct, and the sensor identifiers are in the correct locations.
Confirm that the Cold Inflation Pressure configuration values are correct on each axle.
Confirm that the Pressure Threshold Percentages configuration value is correct on each axle.Messenger Display
Verify the Messenger display powers up and the display is visible.
Verify that the configuration can be set/reset as required.
All active diagnostic codes should be clear at start-up.
Verify that all tire values are reading correctly.Product Status Report
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