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Normal Instrumentation using Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link (DDDL)

Normal Instrumentation (DDDL v6.46)

Figure 1.1 - Normal Instrumentation (Press ^2)


#Normal Instrumentation
The instruments in the Instrumentation window can be grouped together on tabs in two possible ways. To group the instruments so that those for the same type of measurement (such as mechanical, temperature or pressure) are on the same tab:

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2). Choose Normal Instrumentation from the Diagnostics menu. The toolbar button displays the diagnostic or normal pages of the Instrumentation window depending on which was last displayed.

Figure 1.2 - Normal Instrumentation (Diagnostics)

3). A radio button will appear beside the command in the menu when it is selected. The window displays live data measurements from the ECM connected to your PC.

Figure 1.2 - Mech ^1 
Figure 1.3 - Temp ^3
Figure 1.4 - Turbo ^7

4). You can customize the information shown in the instrumentation window using the Graph and User menus.

(A). Clicking on the User tab in the Instrumentation window displays the User page:

Figure 2.1 - User ^9

→The User page allows you to monitor your own selection of measurements by assigning them to appropriate instruments.
→The page provides four meters, one digital meter and three indicators.
→To choose which measurements to monitor:
Press Modify to display the Modify user page dialog box:
Figure 2.2 - Modify user page (User ^9)

→For each instrument, choose what measurement you want it to display from the drop-down list box below the instrument.
→When you close the Modify user page dialog box, the current values of the chosen measurements will be shown on the instruments.
Figure 2.3 - Modify (User ^9)

#To save the current user page settings in a file:
→Press Save to display standard Windows Save As dialog box:
→Select the folder in which to save the file.
→Enter a File name for the file.
→Press Save to save the file and close the dialog box:
Figure 2.4 - Save User Page Settings As

#To load a set of previously saved graph page settings:
→Press Load to display a standard Windows Open dialog box.
→Use the dialog box to locate the folder holding the required file.
→Click on the File name to select it.
→Press Open to close the dialog box and load the settings.

(B). Clicking on the Graph tab in the Instrumentation window displays the Graph page:
→The Graph page allows you to display traces showing the variation of selected measurements over time.

Figure 3.1 - Graph ^8

→The traces are scaled automatically and color coded so that they can be identified from the Description at the bottom of the Graph page.
→When the trace reaches the left-hand edge of the graph window (after two minutes) the trace scrolls, so that the window always shows the result of measurements made in the last two minutes.
→To choose (or change) which measurements to trace:
Press Modify to display the Modify graph page dialog box:
Figure 3.2 - Modify graph page (1)

The Selected list shows the measurements chosen for tracing in the Graph page.
#To add another measurement:
→Select the measurement by clicking on it in the Available list.
→Press Add(As a shortcut, you can just double-click on the required measurement in the Available list.)
Figure 3.3 - Modify graph page (2)

#To remove a measurement from the "Selected" list.
→Select the measurement by clicking on it in the Selected list.
→Press Remove.
(As a shortcut, you can just double-click on the required measurement in the Selected list.)

#To confirm the new list of measurements to be traced in the Graph page:
→Press OK to close the dialog box.
As soon as you have closed the Modify graph page dialog box, the chosen measurements are listed in the box at the bottom of the Graph page, with the current value, and the value is traced in the graph window.

Figure 3.4 - Graph ^9 (Modify) 

#To save the current graph page settings in a file:
→Press Save to display the Save Graph Page Settings As dialog box: 
→Select the folder in which to save the file.
→Enter a File name for the file.
→Press Save to save the file and close the dialog box:
Figure 3.5 - Save Graph Page Settings As

#To load a set of previously saved graph page settings:
→Press Load to display a standard Windows open dialog box.
→Use the dialog box to locate the folder holding the required file.
→Click on the File name to select it.
→Press Open to close the dialog box and load the settings.


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