The INSITE Fault Viewer (CUMMINS Engines)

INSITE Fault Viewer

Figure 1.1 - Fault reading in progress
The INSITE Fault Viewer is designed to identify the electronic components on the J1939 and/or the J1708 communication network of a machine. Not only will detect the machine's devices, but it will also detect, display, and reset the faults from all devices on the communication network, including the Engine, brake, and Transmission. This is accomplished by using the publicity provided information for each device. 

#To connect your PC to a network
1). Connect communication cable to the PC and datalink adapter, and data link connector cable to machine. Read More: Diagnostic Port on Electronic Engine and Transmission.
2). Select the connections.
In the menu bar, select the datalink adapter manufacturer’s name from the first dropdown list in the tool bar.
Select the appropriate datalink adapter and communications channel from the second dropdown list in the tool bar.
Figure 1.2 - Datalink adapter

#Common Tasks
1). Reading Fault Data from all the devices connected to the communication network (J1939/J1708).
The Fault Viewer reads fault data as soon as it is launched using the default connection settings. After new connection settings have been configured, select Refresh in the tool bar to view faults on the current connection settings. The last used connection settings will be the default connection settings the next time Fault Viewer is launched. Fault Viewer detects all the devices using the current connection settings. It tries detecting on both the J1939 and J1708 network simultaneously and starts reading the fault data.
Figure 1.3 - Fault reading started on J1939 and J1708 network
Figure 1.4 - INSITE Fault Viewer (Refresh)
2). Saving Fault Data.
To save the current fault data displayed on both J1939 and J1708 communication networks:
Click on the Save option on the Tool Bar.
A Save As window will appear with a default file name and directory.
▪Use the default file name or enter a new file name.
▪Use the default directory or use the dropdown to select another path.
Click on Save.
Figure 1.5 - INSITE Fault Viewer (Save)
3). Printing Fault Data.
Click on the Print option on the Tool Bar.
Select the appropriate printer.
Click the OK button.
4). Getting Help.
Click on the Help option on the Tool Bar to display available help information.
5). Getting Training.
Click on the Training option on the Tool Bar to display available training presentation.
Figure 1.6 - INSITE Fault Viewer (Training) 
6). Display the version and copy right information of the Fault Viewer.
→Select the About option on the Tool bar. 
Figure 1.7 - INSITE Fault Viewer (About) 
7). Resetting Inactive Faults.
To reset inactive fault(s) on a single device, select the Reset option to the right on the device header line. It will clear inactive faults present in that particular device and refresh the data present on both the J1939 and J1708 communication networks.
To reset inactive fault(s) on all devices, select the Reset All option on the menu bar. It will clear inactive faults for the current view only (J1939 or J1708).
→Please turn the key switch off for 30 seconds.
Figure 1.8 - INSITE Fault Viewer (Reset All)

#The Status Bar
The Status Bar is located at the bottom of the screen and contains the following information:
Connection status
Fault reading in progress - Indicates that fault reading is in progress (refer to Figure 1.1 and 1.4 above).
Fault reading completed - Indicates that fault reading is completed (refer to Figure 1.5 above).
Resetting inactive faults - Indicates that resetting of inactive faults is in progress.
Resetting of inactive faults completed - Indicates that resetting of inactive faults is completed (refer to Figure 1.8 above).
Ready - Indicates that Fault Viewer is in ready state (refer to Figure 1.2 and 1.7 above).
▪Last Successful Faults Retrieved Time  - Time the fault information was retrieved.
Adapter Details  - Datalink adapter name, version and firmware details.

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