OPERATOR CONTROLS AND INDICATORS CONTINUED
Figure 2. Right-Hand Console Display.
Shows engine hours momentarily when operator initially sits in
seat. Operator may choose to leave engine hours on display
continuously or select one of following: Engine RPM, engine
coolant temperature (degrees F or C), hydraulic fluid temperature
(degrees F or C), or cycle (if this display option is chosen, display
will continuously cycle through all four options briefly). Digital
display will show temperature or voltage, as required, when fault
conditions are reached. Digital display will also help operator or
technician with information as SETUP menu is utilized.
Fuel Level Gauge
Indicates level of fuel in fuel tank. When all eight bars are visible,
fuel tank is full. Each solid bar equals 3 gal. (11 L). A full tank is
23.3 gal. (88.2 L). Alarm sounds when fuel is low.
Engine Coolant Temperature Bar
Indicates relative temperature of engine coolant between 32°F
(0°C) and 228°F (109°C). If coolant temperature goes above 228°F
(109°C), all eight graph segments will display, backlighting will
flash, audible alarm will sound, and digital display will show current
temperature. Condition will be recorded in machine fault history.
Hydraulic Fluid Temperature Bar
Indicates relative temperature of hydraulic fluid between 32°F (0°C)
and 230°F (110°C). If temperature exceeds 230°F (110°C), all eight
graph segments will display, backlighting will flash, audible alarm
will sound, and digital display will show current temperature.
Condition will be recorded in machine fault history.