Features and Parameters

Trip Information is always enabled and will automatically collect a standard set of operational data whenever the engine is operating. To further enhance it's effectiveness regarding the collection of this data, it is possible to set road speeds at which Trip Information will begin recording the time when the vehicle remained at or above these speeds. If these are not specifically set by the customer, the default values of 100 mph and 120 mph will be used.

In the event of an ECM change, two parameters associated with the feature need to be set. These parameters represent the number of engine hours and miles recorded prior to the ECM change and allow for an offset to be included in future cumulative engine hours and miles totals.

To reset Trip Information, it is necessary to connect Cummins PowerSpec, to the ECM. The Trip Information feature cannot be reset by any means other than the authorized Cummins' service tool or fleet management tool. This is to protect from accidental or intentional erasure of the information by unauthorized individuals.

Setting the Vehicle Overspeed Parameters
Trip Information can be tailored for specific operating circumstances by setting the road speeds when the feature will begin recording the time at which the vehicle remained at or above these speeds. If these are not specifically set, the default values of 100 mph and 120 mph will be used.

The Trip Information feature collects a standard set of vehicle operation data and uses this information to generate several reports. It requires NO initial setup to be used. There are two parameters associated with the feature that are set if the engine requires the replacement of the electronic control module. The trip information data will be unrecoverable; however, we can program the vehicle hours and miles offset to assure accurate reporting.

Setting the ECM Offset Parameters
In the event of an ECM change, two parameters associated with the feature need to be reset. These parameters represent the number of engine hours and miles recorded prior to the ECM change and allow for an offset to be included in future trip information reports.

Trip Information Vehicle Overspeed 2
Specify the Road Speed at which the ECM will begin recording the time when the vehicle stayed at or above this speed. This speed must be higher than that of Overspeed 1. If no speed is selected, the ECM will use the road speed of 120 MPH as the default value. When Overspeed 2 is in effect, both Overspeed 1 and Overspeed 2 will be recording the time at which the vehicle exceeded the set road speeds.
Note: This parameter is only available for ISB02, ISB03 and ISL03 engines.

Trip Information Vehicle Overspeed 1
Specify the Road Speed at which the ECM will begin recording the time when the vehicle stayed at or above this speed. The range is from 0 to 120 miles per hour. If no speed is specifically selected, the ECM will use the road speed of 100 MPH as the default value.
Note: This parameter is only available for ISB02, ISB03 and ISL03 engines.

Trip Information Engine Distance Offset
Specify the total engine distance run before replacement of the electronic control module. This parameter is used as an offset to correct the total engine distance value. It should only be set if the engine must be equipped with a replacement electronic control module. The trip information data will be unrecoverable, but the offset will correct the total engine distance to assure accurate reporting. The range is between 0 and 67,000,000 miles.

Trip Information Engine Hours Offset
Specify the total engine hours run before replacement of the electronic control module. This parameter is used as an offset to correct the total engine hour value. It should only be set if the engine must be equipped with a replacement electronic control module. The trip information data will be unrecoverable, but the offset will correct the total engine hours to assure accurate reporting. The range is between 0 and 99,999 hours.

Feature/Parameter

Range

Default

Vehicle Overspeed 2 - Parameter

0 - 120 mph

120 mph

Vehicle Overspeed 1 - Parameter

0 - 120 mph

100 mph

Engine Distance Offset - Parameter

0 - 67,000,000 miles

0 miles

Engine Hours Offset - Parameter

0 - 99,999 hours

0 hours