VOLVO BBI

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Body builder instructions
Volvo Truck Corporation
Supersedes VBI Release 17 from 6.17
Changes are marked with a bar (|) in the margin.
Chapter 4, Electricity
Vehicle electronics
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Contents
“General”, page 4
“Introduction”, page 4
“Body builder related components”, page 5
“Body builder module (BBM)”, page 6
“BBM connectors”, page 6
“BBM pinout”, page 6
“Power take-off (PTO)”, page 11
“Function”, page 11
“PTO switches in the instrument panel (flexible switches)”, page 12
“Increasing and decreasing engine speed ramps”, page 14
“Parameters”, page 14
“Parameters, PTO feedback”, page 23
“Engine speed control (ESC)”, page 29
“Function”, page 29
“ESC using steering wheel cruise control buttons”, page 29
“ESC from Work Remote”, page 30
“ESC from the BBM”, page 30
“Parameters”, page 35
“ESC used as cross-country cruise control”, page 45
“Maximum engine speed limitation”, page 48
“Function”, page 48
“Parameters”, page 48
“Engine torque limitation”, page 49
“Function”, page 49
“Parameters”, page 49
“Customer road speed limitation”, page 50
“Function”, page 50
“Parameters”, page 51
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“Remote engine shut down, remote engine start and start inhibit”, page
53
“Common parameter for source selection”, page 53
“Engine shutdown”, page 53
“Remote engine start”, page 55
“Starter motor inhibit”, page 57
“Autoneutral and inhibit gear engagement”, page 58
“Autoneutral”, page 58
“Parameters”, page 59
“Speed output”, page 84
“Function”, page 84
“Vehicle speed as a threshold signal”, page 84
“Engine speed as a threshold signal”, page 84
“Vehicle speed as FM/PWM signal (B7 similar)”, page 85
“Vehicle distance as four pulses per meter signal (B8) ”, page 85
“FM Engine speed signal”, page 86
“PWM Engine torque signal”, page 86
“PWM Accelerator pedal position”, page 86
“Parameters — Vehicle speed outputs (DO out signal on xxx)”, page 87
“Access to display icons”, page 61
“Function”, page 61
“Parameters”, page 64
“Access to bodywork display gauges”, page 77
“Function”, page 77
“Parameters”, page 78
“Vehicle warning”, page 89
“Function”, page 89
“Parameters”, page 89
“Splitbox PTO”, page 90
“Function”, page 90
“Parameters PTO3 for splitbox use”, page 93
“Parameters, splitbox”, page 95
“Second driver interface”, page 97
“Function”, page 97
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“Second accelerator pedal”, page 99
“Parameters”, page 100
“Electronically controlled suspension (ECS)”, page 104
“Function”, page 104
“Parameters”, page 105
“Braking system access”, page 107
“Function”, page 107
“Remote control of parking brake — Requires BSYS-EBS”, page 108
“Parking brake release inhibit – Trucks built week 11, 2014 and after”, page
110
“Parameters”, page 110
“Vehicle immobilisation — Requires BSYS-EBS”, page 111
“Parameter”, page 111
“Brake and Park — Requires BSYS-EBS”, page 112
“Parameters”, page 113
“Full brake (all wheel brake) — Requires BSYS-EBS”, page 113
“Full pneumatic redundant emergency brake function”, page 114
“Fleet management system (FMS) preparation kit”, page 115
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Vehicle electronics
General
Introduction
The truck's electrical system is prepared to support body
applications in many ways. All trucks are equipped with a
unique separate electrical centre in the cab for accessories and bodybuilder applications.
A wide range of preparations can also be ordered to simplify installations and thereby shorten lead-times. Examples are:
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Two flexible switches mounted in the instrument
panel.
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Preparation for four additional flexible switches.
Preparation kit with wires for four hard-wired switches.
Body Builder Module (BBM), a control unit dedicated
for the use of body builders.
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Wire harnesses pre-routed from the body builder electrical centre to connectors in the chassis frame rail.
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Preparation kit for working and warning lamps.
Volvo Work Remote Control (WRC)
Volvo offers a work remote control that, among other functions, can control engine start/stop, PTOs, engine speed
control and work lamps. This control is described separately from this bodywork instruction.
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Programming body builder parameters
In the complete truck and in the BBM, there are many
software parameters available making it possible to adapt
and fine tune the truck's behaviour to fit different types of
bodywork.
The Guided parameter programming section of Tech Tool
is used, together with this document, when working with
body builder parameters.
T9072411
Note: Parameters may be presented differently in Guided
parameter programming and the VBI documentation. For
example, in Guided parameter programming parameters
may be grouped to form a function whereas in the VBI
documentation parameters are always presented
separately.
Guided parameter programming features:
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Guided parameter programming
Help texts
Current settings downloaded from vehicle.
Icons show parameter status before and after uploading to vehicle.
List of changed parameters settings presented before
uploading to vehicle.
Body builder related components
For information on accessing BBM related components,
please see the VBI chapter “Standard equipment”.
Location of components
T9081820
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T9092119
1 Body builder module (BBM)
See also “Body builder module (BBM)”, page 6 .
2 Body builder electrical centre.
3 Body builder chassis connectors.
Variant BBCHAS1 — BB1
Variant BBCHAS3 — BB1, BB2 and BB3
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Body builder module (BBM)
BBM connectors
A36
Connector
Pins
Part number
A
12
994119
B1
30
978310
B2
14
9456277
B3
22
978309
Terminals (JEA 14–30 pin)
Dimensions (mm)
Part number
0,35 — 0,75
978304
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BBM pinout
Connectors below are seen from the wire side.
Note: The pinouts shown here are the default pinouts of
the BBM connectors. Different preparation kits may
change the function of some pins. When this is the case,
the pin number will be marked with an asterisk (*) and the
deviations will be described together with the descriptions
of the concerned preparation kit.
Unless otherwise stated, maximum output current is
1,0 A.
DI H — Digital input high level +24 V. (B3:16 should be
used as voltage source for these inputs)
DI L — Digital input low level (ground).
DO H — Digital output high level +24 V.
DO L — Digital output low level, (ground when active).
FI — Frequency input
AI — Analog input
AO — Analog output
PWM — Pulse width modulated signal
All inductive loads, for example solenoids, shall be equipped with transient protection such as a free wheel diode).
As many of the inputs are dependent on parameter
settings, it is recommended that the detailed description for each function is read.
Most digital pins on the BBM are programmable, and the
functions on each pin can be changed according to the tables below.
The first three tables describe the pins and their default
settings in the BBM. The remaining tables list all available
functions.
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BBM connector B1
Volvo part number: 978310
T9074496
Designation
Default function
Type
B1:1
PTO1 request
DI H
B1:2
PTO2 request
DI H
B1:3
Engine speed control Mode 1
DI H
B1:4
Engine speed control Resume
DI H
B1:5
Engine speed control Increase
DI H
B1:6
Engine speed control Decrease
DI H
B1:7
Engine speed control Mode 2
DI H
B1:8
Engine speed control Mode 3
DI H
B1:9*
Display icon, Equipment status 2
DI H
B1:10
Display icon, Equipment status 3
DI H
B1:11
Display icon, Equipment status 4
DI L
B1:12
Display icon, Equipment status 5
DI L
B1:13*
Parking brake release inhibition
Vehicle immobilisation
Brake and Park
Full brake
Engine start inhibit
DI L
B1:14
Engine torque limit
DI L
B1:15
Engine speed limit
DI H
B1:16
Engine start request
DI H
B1:17
Engine shut down request
DI H
B1:18
PWM External Engine speed control
FI
B1:19
Enable second driver interface
DI H
B1:20
Kneeling, air suspension
DI H
B1:21
Second gear selector, neutral
DI H
B1:22
Second gear selector, forward gear
DI H
B1:23
Hazard warning request / (Horn request)
DI H
B1:24
Engine speed control Mode 4
DI H
B1:25*
PTO3/Splitbox PTO, request
DI H
B1:26
PTO3/Splitbox PTO, feedback switch
DI L
B1:27
Parking brake release request (low signal)
DI L
B1:28
PWM input, value to display
FI
B1:29
Bodybuilder CAN network, High
CAN
B1:30
Bodybuilder CAN network, Low
CAN
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BBM connector B2
Volvo part number: 9456277
T9074498
Designation
Default function
Type
B2:1
Autoneutral active
DO L
B2:2*
Reverse gear engaged
DO L
B2:3
Parking brake status
DO L
B2:4*
Road speed limit 2 (incl. EN1501-1, reverse gear inhibition)
DI H
B2:5
Road speed limit 3 (including alternative starting gear)
DI H
B2:6
Inhibit height control
DI H
B2:7
Not used
—
B2:8
Not used
—
B2:9
Not used
—
B2:10
Vehicle speed > 5 km/h
DO L
B2:11
Spare
DI H
B2:12*
Parking brake release request (high signal)
Parking brake release inhibition emergency override
Vehicle immobilisation emergency override
Brake and Park
DI H
B2:13
Second gear selector, reverse gear
DI H
B2:14
Autoneutral enable
DI H
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BBM connector B3
Volvo part number: 978309
T9074497
Designation
Default function
Type
B3:1*
PTO3/Splitbox PTO, solenoid valve
DO H
B3:2*
Vehicle warning
DO H
B3:3*
Auxiliary switch 3 (ID56)
DO H
B3:4*
Auxiliary switch 4 (ID57)
DO H
B3:5*
Auxiliary switch 5 (ID58)
DO H
B3:6*
Auxiliary switch 6 (ID59)
DO H
B3:7*
Engine speed > 1000 r/min
DO H
B3:8*
Direction indicator, front right / Plough light direction indicator R
DO H
B3:9
PTO active
DO H
B3:10*
PTO4 valve
DO H
B3:11
Analog equipment value 2 to display
AI
B3:12
Analogue engine speed control input
AI
B3:13
Analog equipment value 1 to display
AI
B3:14
Analog sensors supply (5V)
AO
B3:15
Analog sensors ground
AGND
B3:16
Switch supply, 24V, current limited to 300 mA
OH
B3:17*
Vehicle weight > 38 Ton
DO H
B3:18
Corrected vehicle speed (Tachograph B7 similar)
PWM
B3:19
Vehicle distance 4 pulses/meter (Tachograph B8)
PWM
B3:20*
Direction indicator, front left / Plough light direction indicator L
DO H
B3:21*
Plough light; Dipped beam
DO H
B3:22*
Plough light; Full beam
DO H
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Variants with deviating BBM pinout
Variant TAILPRE2 (Tail lift control form Work remote)
B1 :9 Taillift overload, DI L
B1 :25 Enable remote control, DI H
B3 :1 Taillift up, DO H
B3 :5 Taillift slide out/AUX5, DO H
B3 :6 Taillift slide in/AUX6, DO H
B3 :7 Taillift down, DO H
B3 :10 Taillift tilt, DO H
Variant BEPR-T2 (Tipper control from Work Remote)
B1 :13 External Stop button, DI L
B2 :2 Dump valve (Stop button feedback), DO L
B3 :1 Tipper body vibrator, DO H
B3 :2 Tipper Truck or Trailer switch relay, DO H
B3 :3 Tipper body up, DO H
B3 :4 Tipper body down, DO H
B3 :5 Tipper tailgate, open, DO H
B3 :6 Tipper tailgate, close, DO H
B3 :10 Tipper body tarpaulin, open, DO H
B3 :17 Tipper body tarpaulin, close, DO H
Variant SPEED-DU (for RCV vehicles)
B1 :9 Communication from footstep icon and acoustic,
DI H
B1 :10 Instrument Icon, emergency stop active, DI H
B2 :4 RSL2, Footstep occupied icon, Reverse inhibit function, DI H
B2 :12 Reverse inhibit override, DI H
Variant TAMA-CHN (Chinese tacho)
B3 :5 Lhs. direction indicator signal, DO H
B3 :6 Rhs. direction indicator signal, DO H
B3 :8 AUXiliary switch 6, DO H. Needs to be loaded in off
state to become a low level.
B3 :10 Brake light signal, DO H
B3 :20 AUXiliary switch 5, DO H. Needs to be loaded in
off state to become a low level.
B3 :21 Dipped beam signal, DO H.
B3 :22 Full beam signal, DO H
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Power take-off (PTO)
Function
Two PTOs with individual conditions can be installed in
trucks without a BBM, and up to four PTOs are supported
in trucks with a BBM.
When trucks are delivered with PTOs directly from the factory, the set up is adapted to the PTOs mounted.
In vehicles built without a BBM, there are always wires prerouted to support PTO1 (gearbox PTO is set as default). In
vehicles built with a BBM, there are always wires to support PTO1 and PTO2. PTO1 is, by default, set up to support a gearbox mounted PTO while PTO2 is set up to
support an engine mounted PTO.
PTO1 and PTO2 solenoid valves are controlled from the
CCIOM (Centre Chassis I/O Module).
PTO3 and PTO4 solenoid valves shall be connected to the
BBM (Body Builder Module) in the cab. Wires for PTO3
and PTO4 are not supported in the trucks and must therefore be routed by the body builder.
All PTOs can be controlled via flexible switches in the cab,
remotely via digital inputs on the BBM unit, or via CAN requests over the BB-CAN network (see VBI chapter “Body
builder CAN Gateway”).
All PTOs can also be controlled from the Volvo wireless remote control, Work Remote.
PTO3 is designed to also support “Splitbox PTO” functionality. The use of a splitbox PTO requires a feedback signal
from Splitbox to BBM. See also “Splitbox PTO”, page 90 .
Note: To ensure an even torque distribution from a PTO,
power shall not be taken out at low engine idle speeds.
When power is required, an engine speed request shall be
made active to set the engine to PTO mode.
Any engine speed request above low idle engine speed will
set the engine to PTO mode.
An engine speed request can be initiated using the steering wheel buttons or automatically with an input request to
the BBM.
The following shows the default settings for PTO1 and
PTO2.
PTO1
PTO2
No PTO from factory
Gearbox
Engine 2
One gearbox PTO
Gearbox
Engine 2
One engine pump
Engine
Engine 2
Double gearbox PTOs (PTRD-D1,
PTRD-D2)
Gearbox
Gearbox 2
One gearbox PTO and one engine
pump
Gearbox
Engine 2
Two engine pumps
Engine
Engine 2
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PTO switches in the instrument panel (flexible switches)
All PTO switches in the cab are so-called “flexible
switches” meaning that each switch has it own, unique,
identity.
PTO1 is controlled with a flexible switch with function ID
50, which is available with a “Gearbox PTO” symbol or with
“engine PTO” symbols.
PTO2 is controlled via a flexible switch with function ID 51.
This switch is marked with a “Gearbox PTO2” or “engine
PTO2 ” symbol.
PTO3 is controlled via a flexible switch with function ID 52.
This switch is marked with a “PTO3” symbol.
PTO4 is controlled via a flexible switch with function ID 53.
This switch is marked with a “PTO4” symbol.
Switch caps with different PTO symbols and Splitbox PTO
symbols (described in the VBI chapter, “Switches”) are
available from Volvo Parts.
Driver information and feedback
When any PTO is active, the “PTO” icon will be shown in
the instrument cluster display.
Conditions
Entry conditions
Manditory
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Activation request from either from a PTOx dashboard
switch, from a hard-wired input on the BBM, via BBCAN, or from the Volvo Work remote.
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Engine speed must have been above 500 r/min for
more than two seconds before any PTO can be
activated.
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For activation of gearbox mounded PTO on Powertronic gearbox, maximum engine speed is 1000 r/min.
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Selectable
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Maximum engine speed which will allow PTO activation (default setting 1000 r/min).
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Maximum engine speed limitation during the time the
PTO is engaged (default setting is 1700 r/min but can
be set lower for some pumps).
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Minimum engine speed. This function will set the engine speed to a selected value when the concerned
PTO is activated and the neutral gear is selected. The
clutch pedal shall be released for manual gearboxes.
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Maximum vehicle speed limitation during the time the
PTO is engaged: This function can also be used to
avoid PTOs being forgotten in active state.
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If engine speed or Vehicle speed is selected as a condition and these signals are not available or corrupt,
then it will not be possible to engage the PTO.
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Engine speed ramping between Engine Speed Modes:
Ramping speed can be made dependent on which
PTO is active. The lowest active ramp will be followed.
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Accelerator pedal and steering wheel buttons for engine speed control can be disabled when a PTO is
active.
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Clutch pedal condition is by default set as a condition
to activate PTOs mounted on manual gearboxes.
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Brake conditions:
Note: When this condition is selected, the PTO will disengage if the brake conditions are no longer fulfilled.
Make therefore sure that the PTO being used can handle disengagement under load conditions before selecting this condition.
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Gear in neutral. For manual gearboxes, a neutral
switch must be mounted according to VBI instructions.
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Gearbox in low split gear. For I-shift: Makes it possible
to force the split gear to a desired position.
When more than one “maximum” limitation of the same
type is active at the same time, priority will be given to the
limitation with the lowest value.
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Exit conditions
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Deactivation request from either the PTOx dashboard
switch, from a hard-wired input on the BBM or via BBCAN.
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Brake released (when condition selected).
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Gear in high split gear (when low split condition
selected).
Gear engaged/not engaged (when neutral condition
selected).
• Shifting gear on manual gearboxes above ~3 km/h.
Increasing and decreasing engine speed ramps
For each PTO Out there are independent parameters for
“PTOx engine speed increasing ramp” and “PTOx engine
speed decreasing ramp”.
The engine speed will follow these ramping values between different engine speed modes. The accelerator
pedal will override the ramp values, but the accelerator
pedal can also be disabled.
Parameters
Parameters PTO1
Note: The default maximum engine speed setting can
vary depending on pump installed.
Parameter
code
Description
Min
P1AJL
PTO1 Function Enabled
Yes/No
Yes
P1BM8
PTO1 digital input to BBM, enable
Yes/No
Yes
P1FZG
PTO1 remote control from Work Remote (Volvo wireless remote
control), enable
Yes/No
No
P1E00
PTO1 Icon in Work Remote (Volvo wireless remote control)
0 = No icon
1 = Gearbox PTO
2 = Engine PTO
3 = Gearbox PTO2
4 = Engine PTO2
5 = Splitbox PTO
0
0
5
P1CWL
Switch type for PTO1 and type of activation behaviour.Also valid
for request from DI on BBM or over BB-CAN.
Level input cannot be combined with monostable cab switch or
control from Work Remote .
0 = Interfaces are monostable, requests are edge triggered.
1 = Interfaces are bistable, requests are edge triggered.
2 = Interfaces are bistable, requests are level triggered.
0
0
2
P1EAF
Flexible switch ID 050 PTO1, switch in cab diagnostics enabled
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
0
0/1
1
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PTO used to control a splitbox PTO
0 = No PTO is Splitbox PTO
1 = PTO1 is Splitbox PTO
2 = PTO3 is Splitbox PTO
0
0
2
P1D4E
PTO1 activation condition, engine speed below
3050 = Disabled (Unit: r/min)
500
1000
3050
P1CVG
PTO1 activation condition vehicle speed below
255 = disabled (Unit: km/h)
(Gearbox PTO on manual gearbox, default 10 km/h)
0
255
255
P1F79
PTO1 minimum engine speed limit
600 = Disabled (Unit: r/min)
600
600
2550
P1F75
PTO1 maximum engine speed limit
2550 = Disabled (Unit: r/min)
The default maximum engine speed setting can vary depending
on which pump is installed.
600
1700
2550
P1BUM
PTO1 maximum engine torque limit
100% = Disabled (Unit: %)
0% will force engine to low idle.
0
100
100
P1CYD
PTO1 maximum vehicle speed limit
255 = Disabled (Unit:km/h )
5
255
255
P1I4L
PTO1 minimum system air pressure before activation
20,4 = Disabled (Unit: bar)
0
20,4
20,4
P1I45
PTO1, entry condition brake
0 = Condition not used
1 = Park brake applied
2 = Service Brake applied
3 = Park brake OR Service brake applied
0
0
3
P1I4T
PTO1, exit condition brake
0 = Condition not used
1 = Park brake released
2 = Service Brake released
3 = Park brake AND Service brake released
0
0
3
P1I41
PTO1 entry condition gear in neutral.
0 = Condition not used
1 = Gear in neutral
0
0
1
P1I4P
PTO1 exit condition gear in neutral.
0 = Condition not used
1 = Gear not in neutral
0
0
1
P1CVS
PTO1 entry condition clutch pedal.
(1 when gearbox PTO on manual gearbox)’
0 = Condition not used
1 = Clutch pedal depressed
0
0
1
P1CWG
PTO1 exit condition output shaft speed.
Disables gearbox mounted PTO when clutch is opened to
change gear. (Manual gearbox only).
0 = function disabled (Unit:r/min )
70 r/min for manual gearboxes
0
0
2550
P1CU6
PTO1 gearbox mounted on an I-shift Gearbox(“No” in trucks
with manual gearbox and in trucks with engine PTO as only
PTO)
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P1CVW
PTO1 engagement condition split gear (manual gearbox only)
0 = Function disabled
1 = High split gear
2 = Low split gear
0
0
2
P1AO5
PTO1 force I-shift gearbox to low/high split gear. Used for gearbox mounted PTO on I-shift. When set to 0, selectable, low split
is prioritised
0 = selectable
1 = low split
2 = high split
0
0
2
P1B73
Deactivation of primary accelerator pedal and steering wheel
+/- buttons when PTO1 is engaged.
Yes/No
No
P1BY9
Deactivation of automatic day running light when PTO1 is
engaged
Yes/No
No
P1IZ3
Cab steering wheel buttons for engine speed control inhibited
when primary accelerator pedal is inhibited by any PTO.
0 = Not inhibited
1 = Inhibited
P1BYM
Activation of Beacon warning light when PTO1 engaged
Yes/No
No
P1BZG
Activation of Hazard warning light when PTO1 engaged
Yes/No
No
P1J80
PTO1 feedback switch installed (DI to CCIOM). Used when
PTO1 is used for split box purpose
Yes/No
No
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Parameters PTO2
Note: The default maximum engine speed setting can
vary depending on pump installed.
Parameter
code
Description
P1AJM
PTO2 Function Enabled
Yes/No
Yes
P1BM9
PTO2 digital input to BBM, enable
Yes/No
Yes
P1FZH
PTO2 remote control from Work Remote (Volvo wireless remote
control), enable
Yes/No
Yes
P1E01
PTO2 Icon in Work Remote (Volvo wireless remote control)
0 = No icon
1 = Gearbox PTO
2 = Engine PTO
3 = Gearbox PTO2
4 = Engine PTO2
5 = Splitbox PTO
0
0
5
P1CWM
Switch type for PTO2 and type of activation behaviour. Also valid for request from DI on BBM or over BB-CAN..
Level input cannot be combined with monostable cab switch or
control from Work Remote
0 = Interfaces are monostable, requests are edge triggered.
1 = Interfaces are bistable, requests are edge triggered.
2 = Interfaces are bistable, requests are level triggered.
0
0
2
P1EAF
Flexible switch ID 051
PTO2, switch in cab diagnostics enabled
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
0
0/1
1
P1I49
PTO 1 shall be engaged before PTO 2 can be engaged
0 = function disabled
1 = PTO1 shall be enabled
0
0
1
P1D4F
PTO2 activation condition, engine speed below
3050 = Disabled (Unit: r/min)
500
1000
3050
P1CVH
PTO2 activation condition vehicle speed below
255 = disabled (Unit: km/h)
(Gearbox PTO on manual gearbox, default 10km/h)
0
255
255
P1F8A
PTO2 minimum engine speed limit
600 = Disabled (Unit: r/min)
600
600
2550
P1F76
PTO2 maximum engine speed limit
2550 = Disabled (Unit: r/min)
The default maximum engine speed setting can vary depending
on which pump is installed.
600
1700
2550
P1BUN
PTO2 maximum engine torque limit
0% will force engine to low idle.
100% = Disabled (Unit: %)
0
100
100
P1DGO
PTO2 maximum road speed limit
255 = Disabled (Unit: km/h)
5
255
255
P1I4M
PTO2 minimum system air pressure before activation
20,4 = Disabled (Unit: bar)
0
20,4
20,4
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P1I46
PTO2, entry condition brake
0 = Condition not used
1 = Park brake applied
2 = Service Brake applied
3 = Park brake OR Service brake applied
0
0
3
P1I4U
PTO2, exit condition brake
0 = Condition not used
1 = Park brake released
2 = Service Brake released
3 = Park brake AND Service brake released
0
0
3
P1I42
PTO2 entry condition gear in neutral.
0 = Condition not used
1 = Gear in neutral
0
0
1
P1I4Q
PTO2 exit condition gear in neutral.
0 = Condition not used
1 = Gear not in neutral
0
0
1
P1CVT
PTO2 entry condition clutch pedal.
(1 when gearbox PTO on manual gearbox)’
0 = Condition not used
1 = Clutch pedal depressed
0
0
1
P1CWH
PTO2 exit condition output shaft speed.
Disables gearbox mounted PTO when clutch is opened to
change gear. (Manual gearbox only).
0 = function disabled (Unit: r/min)
70 r/min for manual gearboxes
0
0
2550
P1CU7
PTO2 gearbox mounted on an I-shift Gearbox (default “YES”
when I-shift gearbox)
Yes/No
P1CVX
PTO2 engagement condition split gear (manual gearbox only)
0 = Function disabled
1 = High split gear
2 = Low split gear
0
0
2
P1AO6
PTO2 force I-shift gearbox to low/high split gear. Used for gearbox mounted PTO on I-shift. When set to 0, selectable, low split
is prioritised
0 = selectable
1 = low split
2 = high split
0
0
2
P1MOR
PTO2 to exit when PTO1 becomes inactive
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
0
0
1
P1B74
Deactivation of primary accelerator pedal and steering wheel
+/- buttons when PTO2 is engaged.
Yes/No
P1IZ3
Cab steering wheel buttons for engine speed control inhibited
when primary accelerator pedal is inhibited by any PTO
0 = Not inhibited
1 = Inhibited
P1BZA
Deactivation of automatic day running light when PTO2 is
engaged
Yes/No
No
P1BYN
Activation of Beacon warning light when PTO2 engaged
Yes/No
No
P1BZH
Activation of Hazard warning light when PTO2 engaged
Yes/No
No
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No
0
1
1
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Parameters PTO3
Parameter
code
Description
P1BBG
PTO3 Function, enabled
Yes/No
Yes
P1BNA
PTO3 digital input to BBM, enable
Yes/No
Yes
P1FZI
PTO3 remote controll from Work Remote (Volvo wireless remote control), enable
Yes/No
No
P1E02
PTO3 Icon in Work Remote (Volvo wireless remote control)
0 = No icon
1 = Gearbox PTO
2 = Engine PTO
3 = Gearbox PTO2
4 = Engine PTO2
5 = Splitbox PTO
0
0
5
P1CWN
Switch type for PTO3 and type of activation behaviour.Also valid
for request from DI on BBM or over BB-CAN.
Level input cannot be combined with monostable cab switch or
control from Work Remote
0 = Interfaces are monostable, requests are edge triggered.
1 = Interfaces are bistable, requests are edge triggered.
2 = Interfaces are bistable, requests are level triggered.
0
0
2
P1EAF
Flexible switch ID 053
PTO3, switch in cab diagnostics enabled
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
0
0
1
P1CUW
PTO as splitbox PTO
0 = No PTO is Splitbox PTO
1 = PTO1 is Splitbox PTO
2 = PTO3 is Splitbox PTO
0
0
2
P1D4G
PTO3 activation condition, engine speed below
3050 = Disabled (unit: r/min)
500
1000
3050
P1CVI
PTO3 activation condition, vehicle speed below
255 = Disabled (unit: km/h)
0
255
255
P1F8B
PTO3 minimum engine speed limit
600 = Disabled (Unit: r/min)
600
600
2550
P1F77
PTO3 maximum engine speed
2550 = Disabled (unit: r/min)
600
1700
2550
P1BUO
PTO3 maximum engine torque (unit: %)
(0% will force engine to low idle)
0
100
100
P1DGP
PTO3 maximum vehicle speed limitation value
255 = Disabled (unit: km/h)
5
255
255
P1I4N
PTO3 minimum system air pressure before activation
20,4 = Disabled (Unit: bar)
0
20,4
20,4
P1I47
PTO3 entry condition, brake
0 = Condition not used
1 = Park brake applied
2 = Service Brake applied
3 = Park brake OR Service brake applied
0
0
3
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P1I4V
PTO3 exit condition, brake
0 = Condition not used
1 = Park brake applied
2 = Service Brake applied
3 = Park brake AND Service brake applied
0
0
3
P1I43
PTO3 entry condition, gear in neutral.
0 = Condition not used
1 = Gear in neutral
0
0
1
P1I4R
PTO3 exit condition, gear in neutral.
0 = Condition not used
1 = Gear in neutral
0
0
1
P1CVU
PTO3 entry condition, clutch pedal.
0 = Condition not used
1 = Clutch pedal depressed
0
0
1
P1CWI
PTO3 exit condition, output shaft speed
0 = Disabled (unit: r/min)
0
0
2550
P1CVY
PTO3 engage condition split-gear
0 = Disabled
1 = High split gear
2 = Low split gear
0
0
2
P1B75
Deactivation of primary accelerator pedal and steering wheel
+/- buttons when PTO3 is engaged
Yes/No
P1IZ3
Cab steering wheel buttons for engine speed control inhibited
when primary accelerator pedal is inhibited by any PTO
0 = Not inhibited
1 = Inhibited
P1BZB
Deactivation of automatic day running light when PTO3 is
engaged
Yes/No
No
P1BYO
Activation of beacon warning light when PTO3 engaged
Yes/No
No
P1BZI
Activation of hazard warning light when PTO3 engaged
Yes/No
No
P1J81
PTO3 feedback switch installed (DI on CCIOM)
Yes/No
No
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0
1
1
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Parameters PTO4
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1BBH
PTO4 function, enable
Yes/No
Yes
P1BNB
PTO4 digital input to BBM, enable
Yes/No
No
P1FZJ
PTO4 remote control from Work Remote (Volvo wireless remote
control), enable
Yes/No
No
P1E03
PTO4 Icon in Work Remote (Volvo wireless remote control)
0 = No icon
1 = Gearbox PTO
2 = Engine PTO
3 = Gearbox PTO2
4 = Engine PTO2
5 = Splitbox PTO
0
0
5
P1CWO
Switch type for PTO4 and type of activation behaviour.Also valid
for request from DI on BBM or over BB-CAN.
Level input cannot be combined with monostable cab switch or
control from Work Remote..
0 = User interfaces are monostable, requests are edge
triggered.
1 = User interfaces are bistable, requests are edge triggered.
2 = User interfaces are bistable, requests are level triggered.
0
0
2
P1EAF
Flexible switch ID 054
PTO4, switch in cab diagnostics enabled
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
0
0
1
P1D4H
PTO4 activation condition, engine speed below
3050 = Disabled (unit: r/min)
500
1000
3050
P1CVJ
PTO4 activation condition, vehicle speed below
255 = Disabled (unit: km/h)
0
255
255
P1F8C
PTO4 minimum engine speed limit
600 = Disabled (Unit: r/min)
600
600
2550
P1F78
PTO4 maximum engine speed
2550 = Disabled (unit: r/min)
600
1700
2550
P1BUP
PTO4 maximum engine torque (unit: km/h)
0% will force engine to low idle
100 = Disabled (unit: %)
0
100
100
P1DGQ
PTO4 maximum vehicle speed limitation value
255 = Disabled (unit: km/h)
5
255
255
P1I4O
PTO4 minimum system air pressure before activation
0
20,4
20,4
0
0
3
20,4 = Disabled (Unit: bar)
P1I48
PTO4 entry condition, brake
0 = Condition not used
1 = Park brake applied
2 = Service Brake applied
3 = Park brake OR Service brake applied
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P1I4W
PTO4 exit condition, brake0 = Condition not used
1 = Park brake applied
2 = Service Brake applied
3 = Park brake AND Service brake applied
0
0
3
P1I44
PTO4 entry condition, gear in neutral
0 = Condition not used
1 = Gear in neutral
0
0
1
P1I4S
PTO4 exit condition, gear in neutral
0 = Condition not used
1 = Gear in neutral
0
0
1
P1CVV
PTO4 entry condition, clutch pedal.
0 = Condition not used
1 = Clutch pedal depressed
0
0
1
P1CWJ
PTO4 exit condition, output shaft speed
0 = Disabled (unit: r/min)
0
0
2500
P1CVZ
PTO4 engage condition split gear
0 = Disabled
1 = High split gear
2 = Low split gear
0
0
2
P1B76
Deactivation of primary accelerator pedal and steering wheel
+/- buttons when PTO4 active
Yes/No
P1IZ3
Cab steering wheel buttons for engine speed control inhibited
when primary accelerator pedal is inhibited by any PTO
0 = Not inhibited
1 = Inhibited
P1BZC
Deactivation of automatic day running light when PTO4 is
engaged
Yes/No
No
P1BYP
Activation of beacon warning light when PTO4 engaged
Yes/No
No
P1BZJ
Activation of hazard warning light when PTO4 engaged
Yes/No
No
No
0
1
1
PTO disengagement based on Vehicle mode
Parameter
code
P1I5A
Description
Min
Any active PTO will be disengaged when Vehicle mode is different from:
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0
0
Max
Unit
1
0 = Pre-running,
start or running
1 = Running
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Parameters, PTO feedback
Available on BBM pin B3:9 when selected conditions
fulfilled.
Parameter code
Description
P1B4Q [2]
PTO feedback (array
2)
Default value
Operator=0 (copy)
Operand1=11 (any
PTO active)
Possible values for
operand 1
7 = PTO1 active
8 = PTO2 active
9 = PTO3 active
10 = PTO4 active
11 = Any PTO active
13 = PTO1 feedback
active
14 = PTO3 feedback
activ
PTO related I/O
Related I/O description
All I/Os in this table are from the BBM
X2:2
PTO1 Solenoid valve, DO H. Maximum load 1,4 A. Solenoids shall be equipped with transient protection.
X1:1
PTO2 Solenoid valve, DO H. Maximum load 1,4 A. Solenoids shall be equipped with transient protection.
X2:10
PTO1, feedback switch, DI L
B1:1
PTO1 remote activation request, DI H
B1:2
PTO2 remote control request, DI H
B1:25
PTO3/Splitbox PTO activation request, DI H
—
PTO4 remote activation request. PTO4 digital input for remote request is not supported in the default pinout.
PTO can by default be controlled with a cab switch, by network request or via Volvo WRC
B3:9
PTO active info. (any or configurable, see paragraph above), DO H
B1:26
PTO3/Splitbox PTO feedback switch, DI L
B3:1
PTO3/Splitbox PTO Solenoid valve, DO H
Maximum load 1,0 A. Solenoids shall be equipped with transient protection.
B3:10
PTO4 Solenoid valve, DO H
Maximum load 1,0 A. Solenoids shall be equipped with transient protection.
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PTO installation — Examples
Wiring for PTO1 is present in all trucks.
Wiring for PTO2 is present when the truck is delivered
with two PTOs from factory or ordered with a BBM.
More than two PTOs requires BBM.
Wiring for PTO1 feedback is not delivered from factory.
PTO3 is intended to be used to control a Splitbox PTO.
Feedback is required to enable Splitbox PTO
functionality.
Wiring for PTO3 – 4 and PTO3 feedback must be routed
from the BBM by the Bodybuilder.
Flexible switches are available for PTO1 – 4, are to be
mounted in the instrument panel. Any free flexible switch
position can be used and no additional wires are needed
inside the cab to connect these switches.
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Note that different switch IDs control different PTOs.
Digital inputs to request PTO (remote requests) are available at the BBM unit only.
Remote request of PTOs can also possible over the BB
CAN bus. This is described in the VBI chapter “Body
builder CAN Gateway”.
All PTOs can also be controlled from the work remote.
Engine mounted Hydraulic pumps are delivered electrically disconnected. The necessary wire harnesses are
supplied inside the cab. Installation of these wire harnesses is described in the VBI chapter “Hydraulic system
and Power take-off”.
The following table shows how PTOs are connected from
factory and where an engine mounted pump shall be
connected.
Y18A
Y18B
No PTO from factory (without BBM,
variant ECBB-BAS)
Plugged
-
No PTO from factory (without BBM,
variant ECBB-HIG)
Plugged
Plugged
One gearbox mounted PTO
Gearbox PTO
Plugged (ECBB-HIG)
One engine mounted PTO (hydraulic
pump with electrical solenoid valve)
Engine PTO
Plugged (ECBB-HIG)
Two gearbox mounted PTO (PTRDD1/PTRD-D2)
Gearbox PTO1
Gearbox PTO2
One gearbox mounted PTO & One engine mounted PTO
Gearbox PTO
Engine PTO
Two engine mounted PTO (twin flow
hydraulic pump, HPE-Txx)
Engine PTO1
Engine PTO2
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Hardwired activation and level triggedered PTO activation
Level triggered PTO activation is only supported with
hardwired PTO activation request to BBM.
When this is used, the flexible switch in the instrument
panel should be removed. Aslo, when applicable, the
PTO switch shall be removed from Work Remote.
Level triggered PTO activation is intended to be used
mainly together with engine mounted hydraulic pumps.
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The arrow shows where additional bodywork conditions can be
added to this circiut.
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Engine PTO in combination with AMT gearboxes
Engine PTOs are available with different Torque capacity
EPTT650– Engine PTO with torque capacity 650 Nm.
EPTT1000– Engine PTO with torque capacity 1000 Nm.
Maximum allowed torque take out during normal driving (with gearchanging) is 200 Nm for D11 and 300 Nm for
D13/D16.
To protect the driveline when driving in low gears (C, C1, C2, RC) the engine torque is limited from the factory. Depending on transmission ratios, the engine torque can be heavily reduced.
For special applications, torque up to 800 Nm can be taken out during gearchanging (upto 1000Nm, when not changing
gear).
Parameter P1QHB will be available after installation of conversion kit, Volvo part no. 85153243
Following are the combination of variants, required in the truck to install the Conversion kit : PTOENG-R, ENG-VE13,
AT2612F/ ATO2612F, ASO-C/ ASO-ULC.
This conversion kit shall not be programmed neither in vehicles used in heavy haulage applications, nor where GCW is
above 40 Ton.
Maximum recommended torque to take out from any engine PTO during gear shifting between gears C1, C2, 1, RC, R is
800Nm. The PTO load and driving situation can have impact to the gear shift comfort. Also the vehicle startability from
standstill in slopes and at higher rolling resistance can be decreased when the PTO is loaded.
For further information, please refer the VBI chapter 6, Hydraulic System and Power Take-off.
Parameter
code
Description
P1QHB
Maximum engine PTO torque that is
required in gears C, C1, C2, RC.
Variant EPTT650: max 650 Nm.
Variant EPTT1000: max 1000 Nm.
(Valid for PTO1 and PTO2)
P1QRX
Sets the minimum engine speed required to close the driveline clutch at
takeoff.
Set to values above 799 r/min. the engine speed after a gear shift is secured
to be above the set value. This will also
require higher engine speed to allow
upshift.
P1KN1
PTO Torque Request, configuration.
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Default
value
0
0
1000
Nm
600
800
900
r/min
5
0 = No PTO requests
torque.
1 = PTO1 can request
torque.
2 = PTO2 can request
torque.
3 = PTO3 can request
torque.
4 = PTO4 can request
torque.
5 = Bodybuilder equipment
can request torque.
0
0
Max
value
Unit
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High Torque Engine PTO in combination with AMT gearboxes
Trucks delivered from factory with the High torque Engine PTO installed, have this PTO connected as PTO2
When this PTO is activated, the engine speed shall increase to 800 r/min. and the maximum vehicle speed will as default
setting be reduced to 10 km/h
Low idle engine speed is not possible to reduce below 600 r/min. in these trucks.
Bi-stable PTO switch is not allow together with this PTO and all control interfaces shall be mono-stable (P1CWM = 0).
Parameter settings that can be adjusted in the aftermarket to better suit to the connected equipment are;
Parameter
code
Description
Factory
setting
Max value
Unit
P1D4F
PTO2 activation condition, max. engine speed
1600
1600
r/min.
P1F76
PTO2 maximum engine speed
limitation
2000
2000
r/min
P1CVH
PTO2 activation condition, max. vehicle speed
10
2551
P1DGO
PTO2 maximum vehicle speed
limitation
10
2551
km/h. See special note
km/h. See special note
1 To set maximum vehicle speed to values above 10 km/h. special conditions shall be considered which are described further down in this document and in
VBI chapter 6, Hydraulic System and Power Take-off.
Below described parameters are factory setting in trucks with the High torque PTO to protect the PTO and are not allowed to change to any other value.
Parameter code
Description
P1F8A
PTO2 minimum engine speed
P1I4M
Mandatory value
Unit
800
r/min.
PTO2 minimum system air pressure for
activation
6
Bar
P1KN1
PTO Torque Request, configuration
2
2 = PTO2 can request torque
P1I5A
PTO disengagement depending on vehicle
mode
1
1 = Go to state 0 if VM different from running
Switch type for PTO2
Also valid for request from DI on BBM or over
BB-CAN.
0
0 = Interfaces are mono-stable and requests are edge
triggered.
P1CWM
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Below described parameters are factory setting in trucks with the High torque PTO to protect the PTO and are not allowed to change to any other value
Parameter
code
Mandatory
value
Parameter code
Mandatory value
Parameter
code
Mandatory
value
P1B5P[2]
440 (22)
P1B4Q [96][1]
30
P1B4Q [91][0]
3
P1B5P[3]
600 (30)
P1B4Q [95][0]
2
P1B4Q [91][1]
193
P1B5Q[2]
0 (0)
P1B4Q [95][1]
197
P1B4Q [91][2]
195
P1B5Q[3]
0 (0)
P1B4Q [95][2]
8
P1B4Q [90][0]
6
P1B4Q [99][0]
1
P1B4Q [94][0]
3
P1B4Q [90][1]
192
P1B4Q [99][1]
31
P1B4Q [94][1]
196
P1B4Q [90][3]
10
P1B4Q [98][0]
2
P1B4Q [94][2]
198
P1BVG[8]
0
P1B4Q [98][1]
200
P1B4Q [93][0]
2
P1BVG[11]
2
P1B4Q [98][2]
8
P1B4Q [93][1]
30
P1BVG[12]
0
P1B4Q [97][0]
4
P1B4Q [93][2]
23
P1BVG[54]
6
P1B4Q [97][1]
199
P1B4Q [92][0]
9
P1B4K[17]
91
P1B4Q [97][3]
6
P1B4Q [92][1]
194
P1BVH[1]
45
P1B4Q [96][0]
1
P1B4Q [92][3]
6
To drive with the High torque PTO active, special driving conditions must be known by the operator. This information is
available in the Driver handbook.
For driving at higher speed than 10 km/h, parameters below must be secured;
Parameter code
P1ISH [0]
Description
Mandatory value
Unit
800
r/min
2 = PTO is running (level trig)
Engine Speed Mode 0 resume speed
P1BTK
Engine Speed Mode 0 automatically activated
when;
2
P1IQ0
Engine Speed Mode 0 to automatically deactivate when no PTO is active
1
Engine Speed Mode 0 exit condition brake
0
P1F8E [0]
1 = Condition enabled
0 = Condition not used
Parameter
code
Description
Factory
setting
Set to value
Unit
P1DGO
PTO2 maximum vehicle speed limitation
value.
10
5-250
km/h. (255 = disabled)
P1CVH
PTO2 activation condition, max. vehicle
speed.
10
5-250
km/h. (255 = disabled)
P1BT8 [0]
Engine Speed Mode 0 entry condition
vehicle speed below:
Shall be set higher than the limitation
speed set in parameter P1CVH.
12
>P1CVH
km/h.
P1BUC [0]
Engine Speed Mode 0 deactivation
above:
Shall be set higher than the limitation
speed set in parameter P1DGO.
Consider that temporary overspeed shall
not deactivate the Engine speed control.
12
>P1DGO
km/h.
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Engine speed control (ESC)
Function
Engine Speed Control is a function which enables control
of the engine speed in different ways other than with the
accelerator pedal. For example, this function can be used
to control the engine speed during PTO use. Engine
Speed Control can be performed either with the standard
steering wheel buttons for Cruise Control, with the digital
inputs located on the BBM unit, via BB-CAN, via analog or
frequency inputs or by PWM input. Engine speed control
can also be performed from the Work Remote (Volvo wireless remote control)
When any Engine Speed Control is active “EC” is shown
in the central instrument display.
Cruise control is disabled while any type of engine speed
control is active.
ESC using steering wheel cruise control buttons
“Cruise Control” shall be enabled (but not active). “CC” is
shown in the instrument display when cruise control is
active.
The vehicle speed range for Engine Speed Control activation is 0 km/h - 15 km/h (12 km/h is the default setting),
and can be extended to up to 30km/h.
The Resume button or the increase/decrease button can
be used to activate Engine Speed Control.
Quickly press and release the 0 (zero) button to deactivate Engine Speed Control. The engine speed will then
return to low idle (unless the accelerator pedal is depressed or any engine speed mode is active).
Pressing and holding the 0 (zero) button will disable
Cruise Control. Depending on the parameter settings, the
brake pedal, clutch pedal and parking brake can also be
used for deactivation.
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1 — CC button to enable Engine speed control
2 — Zero button: Short press to temporarily return to low idle. Long
press to disable Engine speed control
3 — Resume button
4 — Increase/decrease speed (up/down). Select speed (press).
If driving with Engine Speed Control, it will deactivate
when the vehicle speed reaches an upper limit (12 km/h
default setting).
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ESC from Work Remote
(Volvo wireless remote control)
To activate Engine Speed Control from the Work Remote,
the Engine Control menu must be selected.
In the Engine Control menu, the up arrow can be used to
increase the engine speed or the right arrow can be used
to resume the engine speed value stored in Engine speed
mode 0 (P1ISH [0]).
To decrease engine speed, the down arrow can be used.
Alternatively a short press on the left arrow will cause the
engine speed to go back to low idle engine speed.
A long press on the left arrow (idle) will exit the Engine control menu.
Entry and exit conditions will be the same as those used
for engine speed control from steering wheel buttons.
Behaviour of the engine speed control when the Work Remote is out of range can be set in parameter P1M2B.
By default, the engine speed will go back to low idle engine
speed 5 seconds after the Work Remote has gone out of
range. If the Work Remote should come back into range
within the 5 seconds, the selected engine speed will remain. The time the Work Remote is allowed to be out of
range before the engine speed automatically returns to low
idle engine speed is set in parameter P1M2B. When set to
the maximum value, the engine speed will not automatically return to low idle.
The Work Remote display will show that WRC is out of
range with a delay of 2 s.
ESC from the BBM
Engine Speed Control can also be activated using hardware inputs located on the BBM or by sending a request
over the bodybuilder CAN-bus (BB-CAN).
Engine speed control from BBM can be performed at any
vehicle speed, but default setting is up to 30 km/h. When
driving with the vehicle at the same time engine speed
control active, it is recommended to use manual gear selection to avoid unintended acceleration due to automatic
upshifts.
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Engine speed modes 1, 2, 3 and 4
Engine Speed Modes gives access to four equal set up
blocks called ““Engine Speed Modes” which can as example be used to control the engine speed during PTO use.
Each engine speed mode has a predefined engine speed
target, and individual activation- and deactivation conditions. When any of the engine speed modes are active,
the pre-set value can be adjusted, up or down with “SET+
” or “SET–” buttons on the steering wheel (steering wheel
buttons will at default setting be deactivated for engine
speed control at 12 km/h). When engine speed control
modes from BBM is active, the engine speed control will
not be deactivated by the zero button on the steering
wheel, but have to be deactivated from BBM. Accelerator
pedal and steering wheel buttons can be made inactive
when any PTO is active.Engine speed can also be adjusted with the corresponding digital inputs for engine
speed increase/decrease on BBM, according to the wiring
diagram shown here.
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Installation example: A rotary switch is used to switch between the
engine speed modes 1 to 4.
Requirement
When activating the digital inputs for engine speed modes
on the BBM, the corresponding Engine Speed ModeX
set-up will become active provided that the selected conditions for this engine speed mode are fulfilled. If more
than one Engine Speed Mode input is active at the same
time, engine speed mode 1 will have the lowest priority
and engine speed mode 4 the highest.
Activation
When any of the Engine Speed ModeX inputs are activated, the engine speed will raise to the value that is selected in the applicable parameter: “Engine Speed
ModeX, Engine resume speed”. Engine Speed Modes
can be “edge triggered” or “level triggered”.
Edge trigger description
When Edge trigger is set to “Yes”:
If the function shall be reactivated, due to one or more
of the criteria not being fulfilled, the dash switch must
be set from Off to On.
When Edge trigger is set to “No”:
The function is activated when all criteria are fulfilled.
The dash switch does not need to be set from Off to
On.
Deactivation
Removing the input to the BBM will deactivate the corresponding Engine speed mode. When engine speed control is requested over BB-CAN, an “override disable”
message must be sent to disable the control and end the
session. If no engine speed request message is received
within approximately 100 ms, the engine speed control
will time-out and the engine speed will return to low idle.
Also, depending on the parameter settings, the brake
pedal, parking brake, neutral gear and clutch pedal can
be used for deactivation.
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Deactivation delay
It is possible to delay the deactivation of “Engine Speed
mode 1” when any of the digital inputs are removed. The
delay can be set from 1 to 25 seconds (via parameters). A
setting of 0 (zero) means no deactivation delay.
ESC (stepless) +/ESC shall be active before adjustments with set + and set
– can be carried out. Either the cruise control steering
wheel buttons or digital inputs to the BBM can be used.
A short input to the “plus” or “minus” inputs on the BBM
will cause changes in steps. Longer inputs will cause
ramping behaviour. Parameters are available to control
the step and ramp values.
Deactivation is performed by removing the digital input request for active engine speed mode, but, depending on
the parameter settings, can also be performed using the
brake pedal, parking brake, neutral gear and clutch pedal.
Installation example
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A — Switch to activate engine speed mode
B — Resume switch
C — Set + (engine speed increase)
D — Set - (engine speed decrease)
Power to the switches should be taken from the BBM
which is short circuit protected.
Resume
The resume function is related to the engine speed
modes. This means that when any of the engine speeds
have been adjusted from the default value for active
mode, to another value, a positive pulse on the resume
digital input B1:4 will bring the engine speed back to the
default value of the active engine speed mode.
This function can be modified by setting parameter
P1BTO to 1. This will cause the resume function to toggle
between the default value and the value selected using
the buttons “set+/set-”. Every second pulse on B1:4 will
bring the engine speed back to the default value for active
engine speed mode, and every second pulse back to the
modified value.
Adjusting engine speed in steps or by ramping
Related to each active PTO there are independent parameters for engine speed control which controls the size of
the steps or according to ramps depending on parameter
settings.
ramps. Also when no PTO is engaged the engine speed
mode ramps can be controlled by separate parameters.
When more than one step or ramp is valid, the smallest
step or flattest ramp will be valid.
The ramps will be followed when the related PTO is active, and an engine speed mode is requested or left.
Those ramps will also be used in-between different engine speed modes. It is possible to vary the ramp between
10 to 1000 rpm per second. Value 0 will mean that the
ramping will be according to predefined ramps. If the engine, due to heavy load, cannot follow the requested
ramp, the ramp will be requested until the target value of
requested engine speed mode is reached. The accelerator pedal and second driver interface will override these
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Low idle regulation
Low idle regulation will always have highest priority. This
means that the engine will always try to stay above the
low idle engine speed, irrespective of the selected “Engine speed mode resume speed”. Note however that
heavy loads can temporarily bring the engine speed below low idle, or even cause the engine to stall.
When using engine speed control, it is recommended that
the engine speed which is requested is slightly higher
than low idle speed.
Minimum engine speed for PTO
A minimum engine speed can be selected for each PTO.
This will automatically be activated when the related PTO
is active, the gearbox is in neutral gear and when the applicable the clutch pedal is released.
ESC via BB CAN
Engine speed can be requested over the BB CAN network. This is done via a TSC1 request, further described
in VBI chapter BB CAN.
When engine speed request over BB CAN, via TSC1 requests, is enabled with parameter P1BTE, the digital inputs to request engine speed will be disabled.
ECS via analog input
Engine speed can be requested with an analog voltage input to BBM pin B3:12 (default setting). The control interface can be based on an ordinary potentiometer or a
voltage source. The voltage level is between 0 – 5 Volt
but can be fine tuned with parameters described later in
this document. To use the analog engine speed control,
there shall be an active digital input to BBM, pin B1:19.
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ESC via PWM input request
Engine speed can be requested with PWM input to BBM
pin B1:18.
Requirement on PWM request signal:
Vin Low < 3.5 V (@ fin nom)
Vin High > 4.5 V (@ fin nom)
Hysteresis Min 0.2 V
Fin nom. 140 Hz (default setting)
PWM duty cycle shall be 2% - 98%
(Below 2% and above 98% the signal is considered as
erroneous).
The FM/PWM input to BBM is equipped with a software
controlled pull up resistor. This is detailed described in the
Second driver interface part. To use the PWM engine
speed control, there shall be an active digital input to
BBM, pin B1:19.
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In frequency mode, the frequency range is between 0600 Hz.
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Parameters
General parameters
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1F7M
Specifies maximum engine speed available via cruise control
buttons or digital inputs to the BBM
Unit: r/rpm
600
2500
2550
P1F7N
Specifies the minimum engine speed which can be achieved
when engine speed control (set via the cruise control buttons) is
active.
This will also be the minimum speed when using the cruise control - (minus) button or the digital decrease engine speed input
to the BBM.
Unit: r/rpm
300
500
2550
P1B0V
Maximum vehicle speed for engine speed control set using the
cruise control buttons. Engine speed control will exit when the
selected vehicle speed is reached.
Unit: km/h
0
12
30
P1IZF
Engine speed step up size when increasing engine speed with
cruise control + (plus) button or digital increase engine speed
input to the BBM. Step size is 10 r/min
Unit: r/rpm/step
0
50
250
P1IZG
Engine speed step down size when decreasing engine speed
with cruise control - (minus) button or digital decrease engine
speed input to the BBM. Step size is 10 r/min
Unit: r/rpm/step
0
50
250
P1BUQ
Time threshold before the engine speed (set by pressing cruise
control set+/set- buttons) changes by ramping instead of
stepping.
Unit: s
0
0,5
2,5
P1BTQ
Engine speed trim factor for engine speed ramp up when using
cruise control buttons or digital increase engine speed input to
BBM.
Unit: r/rpm/s
0
250
1000
P1BTP
Engine speed trim factor for engine speed ramp down when using cruise control buttons or digital decrease engine speed input
to BBM.
Unit: r/rpm/s
0
250
1000
P1BTO
Toggling function for engine speed resume switch.
True/False
P1M2B
Time the Work Remote can be out of range before the engine
speed automatically returns to low idle engine speed.
Value 127,5 will give no timeout and the engine speed will not
automatically return to low idle when the Work Remote is out of
range.
Unit: s
False
0
5
60
Note: The size of steps and ramps, set using the parameters above, will also be valid for engine speed control from
the BBM.
Steps and ramps can also can be made dependent of an
active PTO. See “BBM engine speed control characteristics related to active PTO”, page 43 .
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Note that engine speed control from steering wheel buttons will be automatically shut off at 12 km/h (default setting, parameter code P1B0V).
To increase the value of parameter P1B0V to values above 15 km/h. (30 km/h. is maximum speed), also below parameters values have to be increased:
P1BXW, Cruise Control Deactivation speed. Default setting 15 km/h. (min. value 15 km/h or the set value of parameter
P1B0V, max. value is 140 km/h or the value of P1BYF).
P1BYF, Cruise Control Minimum vehicle speed to resume. Default setting 15 km/h. (min. value 15 km/h or the set value
of P1B0V, max. value 140 km/h or the value of P1BXY).
P1BXY, Cruise Control Minimum Set speed. Default setting and min. value is 30 km/h. or the set value of P1BYF.Max.
value is 140 km/h.
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Parameters for basic engine speed control using steering wheel cruise control buttons
This function is also referred to as Engine speed mode 0.
This is the engine speed mode that will be valid when the
resume button on the steering wheel is pressed for engine
speed control or when resume engine speed is requested
from the Work Remote.
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1ISH [0]
Engine speed mode 0 — Resume speed
(Unit: r/min)
0
1000
2550
P1BT6 [0]
Engine speed mode 0 — Entry condition, brake
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Parking brake applied
2 = Service brake applied
3 = Parking brake applied or service brake applied
0
1
3
P1F8E [0]
Engine speed mode 0 — Exit condition, brake (exit is on the
change of state of described conditions)
0 = Condition not used
1 = Parking brake released
2 = Service brake not applied
3 = Parking brake released or service brake applied
4 = Service brake applied or parking brake changing status
5 = Parking brake released and service brake not applied
0
4
5
P1BT7 [0]
Engine speed mode 0 — Entry condition, clutch pedal
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Clutch pedal depressed
2 = Clutch pedal released
0
0
2
P1BT9 [0]
Engine speed mode 0 — Entry condition, neutral gear
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Gearbox in neutral
2 = Gearbox not in neutral
0
0
2
P1BUD [0]
Engine speed mode 0 — Exit condition, neutral gear
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Gearbox not in neutral
2 = Gearbox in neutral
0
0
2
P1BTK
Engine speed mode 0 — Automatically activated together with
PTO switch, when condition true
0 = Condition disabled
1 = PTO is activated (flank trig)
2 = PTO is running (level trig)
0
0
2
P1BTM
Requirement that ESC is enabled to have Engine speed mode
0 activated automatically with PTO
0 = Condition disabled
1 = ESC enabled from cab
2 - 3 shall not be used
0
0
3
P1IQ0
Engine Speed Mode 0 to automatically deactivate when no
PTO is active
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Condition enabled
0
0
1
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P1BT8 [0]
Engine speed mode 0 — Entry condition, vehicle speed below
set value.
Note that engine speed control from the steering wheel buttons
will be shut off at 12 km/h (default setting, parameter code
P1B0V).
(Unit: km/h)
0
12
255
P1BUC [0]
Engine speed mode 0 — Deactivation above set value.
Note that engine speed control from the steering wheel buttons
will be shut off at 12 km/h (default setting, parameter code
P1B0V).
(Unit: km/h)
0
12
255
Parameters for engine speed mode 1, BBM
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1ISH [1]
Engine speed mode 1 — Resume speed
(Unit: r/min)
0
800
2550
P1BT6 [1]
Engine speed mode 1 — Entry condition, brake
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Parking brake applied
2 = Service brake applied
3 = Parking brake applied or service brake applied
0
1
3
P1F8E [1]
Engine speed mode 1 — Exit condition, brake (exit is on the
change of state of described conditions)
0 = Condition not used
1 = Parking brake released
2 = Service brake not applied
3 = Parking brake released or service brake applied
4 = Service brake applied or parking brake changing status
5 = Parking brake released and service brake not applied
0
4
5
P1BT7 [1]
Engine speed mode 1 — Entry condition, clutch pedal
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Clutch pedal depressed
2 = Clutch pedal released
0
0
2
P1HB9 [1]
Engine Speed Mode 1 exit condition clutch pedal. (default 0 in
trucks without clutch pedal)
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Clutch pedal pressed
0
1
1
P1BT9 [1]
Engine speed mode 1 — Entry condition, neutral gear
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Gearbox in neutral
2 = Gearbox not in neutral
0
0
2
P1BUD [1]
Engine speed mode 1 — Exit condition, neutral gear
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Gearbox not in neutral
2 = Gearbox in neutral
0
0
2
P1BTA
Engine speed mode 1 — Trigger condition
0 = Edge triggered
1 = Level triggered
0
0
1
P1EK3
Engine speed mode 1 — Idle return delay
(Unit: seconds)
0,0
0,0
25,5
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P1BT8 [1]
Engine speed mode 1 — Entry condition, vehicle speed below
set value.
(Unit: km/h)
0
30
255
P1BUC [1]
Engine speed mode 1 — Deactivation above set value
(Unit: km/h)
0
30
255
Parameters for engine speed mode 2, BBM
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1ISH [2]
Engine speed mode 2 — Resume speed
(Unit: r/min)
0
1000
2550
P1BT6 [2]
Engine speed mode 2 — Entry condition, brake
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Parking brake applied
2 = Service brake applied
3 = Parking brake applied or service brake applied
0
1
3
P1F8E [2]
Engine speed mode 2 — Exit condition, brake (exit is on the
change of state of described conditions)
0 = Condition not used
1 = Parking brake released
2 = Service brake not applied
3 = Parking brake released or service brake applied
4 = Service brake applied or parking brake changing status
5 = Parking brake released and service brake not applied
0
4
5
P1BT7 [2]
Engine speed mode 2 — Entry condition, clutch pedal
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Clutch pedal depressed
2 = Clutch pedal released
0
0
2
P1HB9 [2]
Engine Speed Mode 2 exit condition clutch pedal. (default 0 in
trucks without clutch pedal)
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Clutch pedal pressed
0
1
1
P1BT9 [2]
Engine speed mode 2 — Entry condition, neutral gear
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Gearbox in neutral
2 = Gearbox not in neutral
0
0
2
P1BUD [2]
Engine speed mode 2 — Exit condition, neutral gear
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Gearbox not in neutral
2 = Gearbox in neutral
0
0
2
P1BTB
Engine speed mode 2 — Trigger condition
0 = Edge triggered
1 = Level triggered
0
0
1
P1BT8 [2]
Engine speed mode 2 — Entry condition, vehicle speed below
set value
(Unit: km/h)
0
30
255
P1BUC [2]
Engine speed mode 2 — Deactivation above set value
(Unit: km/h)
0
30
255
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Parameters for engine speed mode 3, BBM
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1ISH [3]
Engine speed mode 3 — Resume speed
(Unit: r/min)
0
1200
2550
P1BT6 [3]
Engine speed mode 3 — Entry condition, brake
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Parking brake applied
2 = Service brake applied
3 = Parking brake applied or service brake applied
0
1
3
P1F8E [3]
Engine speed mode 3 — Exit condition, brake (exit is on the
change of state of described conditions)
0 = Condition not used
1 = Parking brake released
2 = Service brake not applied
3 = Parking brake released or service brake applied
4 = Service brake applied or parking brake changing status
5 = Parking brake released and service brake not applied
0
4
5
P1BT7 [3]
Engine speed mode 3 — Entry condition, clutch pedal
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Clutch pedal depressed
2 = Clutch pedal released
0
0
2
P1HB9 [3]
Engine Speed Mode 3 exit condition clutch pedal. (default 0 in
trucks without clutch pedal)
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Clutch pedal pressed
0
1
1
P1BT9 [3]
Engine speed mode 3 — Entry condition, neutral gear
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Gearbox in neutral
2 = Gearbox not in neutral
0
0
2
P1BUD [3]
Engine speed mode 3 — Exit condition, neutral gear
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Gearbox not in neutral
2 = Gearbox in neutral
0
0
2
P1BTC
Engine speed mode 3 — Trigger condition
0 = Edge triggered
1 = Level triggered
0
0
1
P1BT8 [3]
Engine speed mode 3 — Entry condition, vehicle speed below
set value
(Unit: km/h)
0
30
255
P1BUC [3]
Engine speed mode 3 — Deactivation above set value
(Unit: km/h)
0
30
255
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Parameters for engine speed mode 4, BBM
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1ISH [4]
Engine speed mode 4 — Resume speed
(Unit: r/min)
500
1400
2550
P1BT6 [4]
Engine speed mode 4 — Entry condition, brake
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Parking brake applied
2 = Service brake applied
3 = Parking brake applied or service brake applied
0
1
3
P1F8E [4]
Engine speed mode 4 — Exit condition, brake (exit is on the
change of state of described conditions)
0 = Condition not used
1 = Parking brake released
2 = Service brake not applied
3 = Parking brake released or service brake applied
4 = Service brake applied or parking brake changing status
5 = Parking brake released and service brake not applied
0
4
5
P1BT7 [4]
Engine speed mode 4 — Entry condition, clutch pedal
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Clutch pedal depressed
2 = Clutch pedal released
0
0
2
P1HB9 [4]
Engine Speed Mode 4 exit condition clutch pedal. (default 0 in
trucks without clutch pedal)
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Clutch pedal pressed
0
1
1
P1BT9 [4]
Engine speed mode 4 — Entry condition, neutral gear
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Gearbox in neutral
2 = Gearbox not in neutral
0
0
2
P1BUD [4]
Engine speed mode 4 — Exit condition, neutral gear
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Gearbox not in neutral
2 = Gearbox in neutral
0
0
2
P1BTD
Engine speed mode 4 — Trigger condition
0 = Edge triggered
1 = Level triggered
0
0
1
P1BT8 [4]
Engine speed mode 4 — Entry condition, vehicle speed below
set value
(Unit: km/h)
0
30
255
P1BUC [4]
Engine speed mode 4 — Deactivation above set value
(Unit: km/h)
0
30
255
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Parameters for analog and PWM engine speed control, BBM
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1BTF
Engine speed control hardware input
0 = Disabled
1 = Analog input active
2 = Frequency / PWM active
0
1
2
P1OMF
Minimum engine speed when second driver interface active
(Unit: rpm)
0
500
2550
P1BTJ
Maximum engine speed when second driver interface active
(Unit: rpm)
0
2500
2550
P1BVB
Analog input for Second throttle (2 = analogue input no.2, pin
B3:12))
0 = No source selected
1 = Analog value 1 (B3 :13)
2 = Analog value 2 (B3 :12)
3 = Analog value 3 (B3 :11)
0
2
3
P1EQR [0]
Low limit, corresponding to low idle engine speed
(Unit: Volt)
0,5
1,0
4,0
P1EQR [1]
High limit, corresponding to low high engine speed
(Unit: Volt)
1,0
4,0
4,5
P1EQR [2]
Value for the potentiometer in minimum position, this value must
be smaller than P1EQR [0].
(Unit: Volt)
0
0,48
1,0
P1EQR [3]
Value for the potentiometer in maximum position, this value
must be greater than P1EQR [1].
(Unit: Volt)
4,0
4,52
5,0
P1BVG [30]
Engine speed control enable.
Analog or PWM
This parameter shall be set to value 4
0
0
255
P1JJN
Input pin to BBM for Second Accelerator Pedal Sensor 1 (Frequency/PWM input)
0 = No source selected
1 = Frequency/PWM input 1, B1:18
2 = Frequency/PWM input 2, B1:28
0
0
2
P1L8S [0]
Mode for BBM frequency/PWM input 1, B1:18
0 = Frequency mode
1 = PWM mode
0
0
1
P1L8S [1]
PWM input 1 frequency (B1:18). Used in PWM mode only.
(Unit: Hz)
0
140
600
P1L8S [2]
Percentage that correspond to 0% throttle to input 1 (B1:18).
In frequency mode, the frequency in % between 0-600 Hz.
In PWM mode, this value shall be 0%.
(Unit: %)
0
0
100
P1L8S [3]
Percentage that correspond to 100% throttle to input 1 (B1:18).
In frequency mode, the frequency in % between 0-600 Hz.
In PWM mode, this value shall be 100%.
0
100
100
P1IQZ
Engine speed request interrupted during braking. Setting of this
parameter is valid for both analog and PWM engine speed
control.
0 = Not interrupted
1 = Interupted
0
1
1
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BBM engine speed control characteristics related to active PTO
The time between steps and size of the steps is set with
the common parameter P1BUQ.
Engine speed control from the BBM makes it possible
to select the size of steps and ramps depending on
which PTO is active. The steps or ramps will be used
when engine speed is increased or decreased to reach
different engine speed modes. The accelerator pedal or
second driver interface will override the ramps.
The primary accelerator pedal and steering wheel buttons for engine speed control can be automatically disabled when a selected PTO is active. See “Power takeoff (PTO)”, page 11 .
When more than one step or ramp is valid, the smallest
step or flattest ramp will be valid. This means that the
values, related to active PTOs (described below) cannot be set higher than the corresponding values set for
steering wheel buttons, parameters P1BTP and
P1BTQ.
Minimum step size is 10 r/min.
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1IZB
Engine speed step up size, with active PTO1
(Unit: rpm/step)
0
50
250
P1IZH
Engine speed step down size, with active PTO1
(Unit: rpm/step)
0
50
250
P1BTS
Engine speed increasing ramp, with active PTO1
(Unit: r/min/s)
0
250
1000
P1BTR
Engine speed decreasing ramp, with active PTO1
(Unit: r/min/s)
0
250
1000
P1IZC
Engine speed step up size, with active PTO2
(Unit: rpm/step)
0
50
250
P1IZI
Engine speed step down size, with active PTO2
(Unit: rpm/step)
0
50
250
P1BTU
Engine speed increasing ramp, with active PTO2
(Unit: r/min/s)
0
250
1000
P1BTT
Engine speed decreasing ramp, with active PTO2
(Unit: r/min/s)
0
250
1000
P1IZD
Engine speed step up size, with active PTO3
(Unit: rpm/step)
0
50
250
P1IZJ
Engine speed step down size, with active PTO3
(Unit: rpm/step)
0
50
250
P1BTW
Engine speed increasing ramp, with active PTO3
(Unit: r/min/s)
0
250
1000
P1BTV
Engine speed decreasing ramp, with active PTO3
(Unit: r/min/s)
0
250
1000
P1IZE
Engine speed step up size, with active PTO4
(Unit: rpm/step)
0
50
250
P1IZK
Engine speed step down size, with active PTO4
(Unit: rpm/step)
0
50
250
P1BTY
Engine speed increasing ramp, with active PTO4
(Unit: r/min/s)
0
250
1000
P1BTX
Engine speed decreasing ramp, with active PTO4
(Unit: r/min/s)
0
250
1000
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B1:3
Engine speed mode 1, DI H
B1:7
Engine speed mode 2, DI H
B1:8
Engine speed mode 3, DI H
B1:24
Engine speed mode 4, DI H
B1:4
Engine speed resume, DI H
B1:5
Engine speed increase, DI H
B1:6
Engine speed decrease, DI H
B1:19
Digital input to enable analog or PWM engine speed control
B3:14
Analog supply (5 volt supply for second throttle)
B3:15
Ground, analog
Ground connection for extra throttle
B3:12
Analog engine speed request (AI2)
B3:18
PWM engine speed request (FI1)
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ESC used as cross-country cruise control
This function is intended to be used when driving under
bumpy conditions where it can be difficult to keep the accelerator pedal in a constant position at low speeds (for automatic gearboxes it is recommended that this function is
used in manual mode). No other engine speed control or
cruise control can be activated at the same time as “Crosscountry cruise control” engine speed control is active.
Note that a monostable flexible switch for “cross-country
cruise control” must be installed. Part number: 22020792
The “Cross-country cruise control” is combined with a road
speed limitation. The value of this limitation can be
changed with parameter P1CYB. If more than one road
speed limit is active at the same time, the lowest will have
priority.
Activation
Pressing the switch will give either 600 rpm or the preset
engine speed (pressing again will disable the function).
Press “CC” on the steering wheel to activate control.
Press “Resume” to return to the default value.
Parameter P1B0W will enable the “Cross-country cruise
control” engine speed mode set-up.
By pressing the flexible switch once “Cross-country cruise
control” will become enabled as long as the relevant conditions are fulfilled. The engine speed will return to what is
was at the time the button was pressed, or at least the default (600 rpm).
Control
When “Cross-country cruise control” is active, the engine
speed can be adjusted with the set+/set- buttons. The last
used engine speed can be resumed by pressing the Resume button. This memory will be cleared when the
“Cross-country cruise control” is deactivated with the flexible panel switch. To be able to make any request with the
steering wheel buttons, the buttons must be first enabled,
this is done with the “CC” button.
Driver information
When “Cross-country cruise control” is active, the indication for this, “XC” will be shown in the instrument cluster
display. This is to indicate to the driver that engine speed
control is active, and that neither the normal cruise control, nor any of the engine speed modes can be activated.
An LED in the switch will also indicate that the “Crosscountry cruise control” is active.
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Deactivation
Depending on the parameter settings, the brake pedal,
clutch pedal and neutral gear can deactivate “Cross-country cruise control”.
Applying the parking brake or using auxiliary brakes will
always deactivate the “Cross-country cruise control”.
Pressing the steering wheel Zero button will deactivate
“Cross-country cruise control”, but the steering wheel button must first be activated, this is done with the “CC”
button.
The resume switch can be used to reactivate the “Crosscountry cruise control” functionality as long as it has not
been deactivated by the flexible panel switch.
Exit conditions
To exit “Cross-country cruise control” engine speed mode,
the flexible switch must be pushed.
Parameters, cross-country cruise control
Parameter
code
Description
Min
P1B0W
“Cross-country cruise control” enable
True/False
P1EAD
Flexible switch ID 037 Cross-country cruise control, switch in
cab diagnostics enabled
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
0
0/1
1
P1ISH [5]
“Cross-country cruise control” engine resume speed
(Unit: r/min)
0
600
2500
P1BTQ
“Cross-country cruise control” increase trim ramp (this is the
same ramp up as when using the steering wheel plus button for
engine speed control)
(Unit: rpm/s)
0
250
1000
P1BTP
“Cross-country cruise control” decrease trim ramp (this is the
same ramp down as when using the steering wheel plus button
for engine speed control)
(Unit: rpm/s)
0
250
1000
P1CYB
“Cross-country cruise control” maximum vehicle speed limit
255 = Disabled
(Unit: km/h)
0
20
250
P1BT6 [5]
“Cross-country cruise control” entry condition, brake
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Parking brake applied
2 = Service brake applied
3 = Parking brake applied or service brake applied
0
0
3
P1F8E [5]
“Cross-country cruise control” exit condition, brake (exit is on
the change of state of described conditions)
0 = Condition not used
1 = Parking brake released
2 = Service brake not applied
3 = Parking brake released or service brake applied
4 = Service brake applied or parking brake changing status
5 = Parking brake released and service brake not applied
0
4
5
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P1BT7 [5]
“Cross-country cruise control” entry condition, clutch pedal.
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Clutch pedal depressed
2 = Clutch pedal released
0
0
2
P1HB9 [5]
“Cross-country cruise control” exit condition clutch pedal. (default 0 in trucks without clutch pedal)
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Clutch pedal pressed
0
1
1
P1BT9 [5]
“Cross-country cruise control” entry condition, neutral gear
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Gearbox in neutral
2 = Gearbox not in neutral
0
0
2
P1BUD [5]
“Cross-country cruise control” exit condition, neutral gear
0 = Condition disabled
1 = Gearbox not in neutral
2 = Gearbox in neutral
0
0
2
P1BT8 [5]
“Cross-country cruise control” entry condition, vehicle speed
below set value
(Unit: km/h)
0
30
255
P1BUC [5]
“Cross-country cruise control” deactivation above set value
(Unit: km/h)
0
30
255
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Maximum engine speed limitation
Function
This function limits the engine speed to a value below the
high idle engine speed.
This limitation cannot be exceeded by any type of driver
request, but with external forces.
Maximum engine speed can also be related to active
PTOs. See “Power take-off (PTO)”, page 11 for more
information.
Note: If more than one engine speed limit demand is active, the one with lowest value will be used.
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Parameters
Parameter
code
Description
Min
P1B1L
Enable engine speed limitations
True/False
P1BTG
Maximum engine speed limit, value
(Unit: r/min)
Default
value
Max
True
600
1500
3000
Related I/O description
B1:15
Engine speed limit, DI H
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Engine torque limitation
Function
This function limits the maximum engine torque to a preprogrammable value. Maximum engine torque can also
be related to active PTO. Refer to description of PTO
Engine torque limit value:
100% = no torque reduction
0% = maximum torque reduction (the engine will be
forced to low idle).
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Parameters
Parameter
code
Description
P1B1M
Enable engine torque limitations
True/False
P1BTH
Engine torque limit 1, value
(Unit: %)
Min
Default
value
Max
False
0
100
100
Related I/O description
B1:14
Engine Torque Limitation, DI L
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Customer road speed limitation
Function
The Customer Road speed limitation (RSL) function
makes it possible to limit the vehicle speed to a speed
which is lower than that required by law.
Three independent Customer road speed limitations
are available; RSL1, RSL2 and RSL3, each with a predefined speed limitation.
The RSL2 function (Customer road speed limit 2 only)
includes the option to inhibit the reverse gear from
being engaged in trucks equipped with an automatic
gearbox (Powertronic) or with I-Shift (if the I-Shift gearbox is equipped with variant APF-ENH).
The RSL3 function (Customer road speed limit 3 only)
includes the option to select the lowest gear as starting
gear when RSL3 is active. This is selected by setting a
parameter.
When more than one road speed limitation is active at
the same time, the RSL with the lowest value will have
priority.
When using the RSL at low road speeds (typically below 30 km/h), ensure that the total gear ratio (selected
gear, rear axle ratio and tyre size) results in an engine
speed clearly above the low idle engine speed. This is
especially important for trucks equipped with a Powertronic gearbox.
This also means that it may be necessary to use a lower starting gear than normal.
RSL1, RSL2 and RSL3 can be requested over BB
CAN. RSL2 and RSL3 can also be requested via digital
inputs to BBM.
An additional customer road speed limitation, without a
predefined value, is available over the BB CAN. In this
case the limitation speed can be requested directly.
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Driver information
When any Road Speed Limit is active, the RSL icon will
be shown in the instrument cluster display.
Note: To avoid unintended speed increase when the
speed limitation is removed, the accelerator pedal must
be released by the percentage set at parameter P1BJM
(default 20%), before the RSL is deactivated. This applies
to all RSLs.
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Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1BJL
Road Speed Limit function enabled (not visible in all trucks)
0 = RSL functions disabled
1 = RSL function enable
0
1
1
P1BJN
RSL Digital inputs enabled
0 = Digital RSL inputs disabled
1 = Digital RSL inputs enabled
0
1
1
P1BJO
RSL BB-network request enabled
0 = Network request disabled
1 = Network request enabled
0
0
1
P1BJM
Accelerator pedal position to deactivate any RSL (this parameter is common for deactivation of any RSL)
(Unit: %)
0
20
100
Min
Default
value
Max
Parameters
First customer road speed limitation (RSL1)
Parameter
code
Description
P1BJK [0]
RSL1, enable
Yes/No
P1BJK [1]
RSL1 speed limit, value
(Unit: km/h)
5
30
250
P1BJK [2]
RSL1, maximum vehicle speed for activation
255 = Disabled
(Unit: km/h)
0
255
255
P1BJK [3]
RSL1, maximum vehicle speed for deactivation
255 = Disabled
(Unit: km/h)
0
255
255
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Second customer road speed limitation (RSL2)
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
P1BJG [0]
RSL2, enable
Yes/No
P1BJG [1]
RSL2 speed limit, value
(Unit: km/h)
P1BJG [2]
RSL2, activation inhibited above limit value
Yes/No
No
P1B45
Reverse gear inhibit (when RSL2 is active), enable
(SPEED-DU = True)
True/False
False
P1B46
Neutral gear required to exit reverse inhibit
True/False
True
P1B47
Reverse inhibit by blocking reverse gear, enable (valid for automatic gearboxes only)
0 = Digital input only
1 = BB CAN command only
2 = Digital input or BB CAN request
(Default = 2 in variant SPEED-DU)
Max
Yes
5
30
250
0
0
2
Min
Default
value
Max
Third customer road speed limitation (RSL3)
Parameter
code
Description
P1BJH [0]
RSL3, enable
Yes/No
P1BJH [1]
RSL3 speed limit, value
(Unit: km/h)
P1BJH [2]
RSL3, activation inhibited above speed limit value
Yes/No
No
P1B4S
Alternative starting gear, enable
True/False
False
No
5
6
250
Related I/O description
B2:4
Second customer road speed limit, DI H
B2:5
Third customer road speed limit, DI H
B3:16
Switch supply, 24V
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Remote engine shut down, remote engine start and start inhibit
Engine remote shut down, remote start and start inhibit
can be performed via digital inputs or by BB CAN network
requests.
Engine start and stop can also be performed from the Work
Remote (not in trucks with Alco-lock).
A common parameter is used to select the source for the
remote engine shut down, remote start inhibit and remote
engine start requests.
Network requests are described in detail in VBI chapter
BB-CAN.
BBM must be installed for all types of remote engine start
or shut down (including from the Work Remote).
Common parameter for source selection
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1B1H
Remote start, remote stop and remote inhibit start, command
source
0 = Digital input enabled only
1 = BB CAN input enabled only1
2 = Digital input and BB CAN command supported
0
0
2
1 When set to value 1, note that engine can only be started when BB CAN network is up and running. When set to value 2, the engine can be started with the
BB CAN network shut off.
Engine shutdown
This function is not to be considered an engine emergency stop.
If an engine emergency stop is required, the ADR variants shall be used. It is recommended that the engine
is only shut off remotely when the vehicle is at still stand
and the parking brake is applied.
Function
This function makes it possible to remotely shut down
the engine.
Remotely shutting down the engine according to this instruction will leave the ignition ON. This means that an
engaged PTO will remain engaged when the engine is
subsequently remotely started.
Note that a gearbox mounted PTO on an automatic
gearbox must be manually reactivated.
Remote engine shut down from the Work Remote is not
supported in trucks with Alcolock.
When a splitbox PTO is used, if there is an active feedback signal from the splitbox to the BBM and the parking brake is applied, then engine will be shut down
when requested, irrespective of if there is a vehicle
speed signal.
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Driver information
When the engine has been stopped from the BBM, an
icon will be displayed in the instrument cluster display.
The engine can not be started from the cab as long as
there is an active engine shut down request to the BBM.
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Engine stopped from chassis
Parameters
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1EK5 [0]
BBM
Engine remote shut down, enable
Yes/No
P1EK5 [1]
BBM
Engine shut down condition, parking brake applied
0 = No parking brake condition
1 = Parking brake activated
0
1
1
P1EK5 [2]
BBM
Engine shut down condition, vehicle road speed not above set
value
(Unit: km/h)
0
10
250
P1BVM
VMCU
Engine remote shut down, enable
True/False
False
P1FZL
WRC
Engine remote shut down enable from Volvo Work Remote
Control.
Remote engine shut down from Work Remote is not available in
trucks with Alcolock.
True/False
False
No
Related I/O description
B1:17
Engine shut down, DI H
Engine stops on digital high input.
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Remote engine start
Function
This function makes it possible to remotely control engine start.
Remote start from the Work Remote is not supported in
trucks with Alcolock.
Conditions
Neutral gear is mandatory in combination with I-shift or
Powertronic gearboxes.
Selectable conditions are parking brake applied and, in
combination with manual gearboxes, neutral gear position. It is however recommended remote start is performed only in neutral gear and/or with the parking brake
applied.
The starter motor will be automatically deactivated as
soon as the engine has started, irrespective of the status
of the remote request.
For remote start in combination with Splitbox PTOs and Ishift or Powertronic gearboxes, it is recommended that a
second gear selector is installed. See “Second driver interface”, page 97 .
Entry conditions
•
•
•
•
Function enabled
Input high level to BBM, pin B1:16
Parking brake applied — Selectable condition
Gearbox in neutral — Selectable condition
Parameters
Parameter
code
Description
P1EK6 [0]
BBM
Remote engine start control, enable
Yes/No
P1EK6 [2]
BBM
Remote engine start condition, neutral gear
Manual gearboxes only
0 = No condition
1 = Neutral gear
0
1
1
P1EK6 [3]
BBM
Remote engine start condition, brake
0 = No condition
1 = Parking brake applied
0
1
1
P1BVN
VMCU
Remote engine start function, enable
True/False
False
P1FZK
WRC
Remote engine start enable from Volvo Work Remote Control
Note, Engine remote start will not function if the vehicle is equipped with Alcolock
True/False
False
P1GD7
WRC
Engine remote start from Work Remote, parking brake
condition
True/False
True
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Default
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Max
No
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B1:16
Engine start request, DI H
Engine starts on digital high input
B1:17
Engine shut down, DI H
Engine shuts down on digital high input
B3:16
Switch supply, 24V
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Starter motor inhibit
Function
When input to BBM pin B1:13 is connected to ground, the
starter motor will be inhibited from being engaged. The
starter motor can also be inhibited when the tail lift is enabled. In this case only a parameter change is necessary.
A message will be shown in the instrument cluster display
when this function is activated.
No additional wires are required.
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Wiring for switch, starter motor inhibit from chassis
Driver information
When the starter motor is inhibited from the BBM, an icon
will be displayed in the instrument cluster display.
The engine can not be started from the cab as long as
there is an input to BBM, pin B1:13.
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Icon, starter motor inhibit from chassis
Parameters
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
P1BVQ
VMCU
Engine start inhibit function, enable
True/False
False
P1EK6 [1]
BBM
Remote inhibit start, enabled
Yes/No
No
P1B80
VMCU
Inhibit start request when tail lift, enabled
Yes/No
No
Max
Related I/O description
B1:13
Engine start inhibit, DI L
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Autoneutral and inhibit gear engagement
Autoneutral and inhibit gear engagement are available in
trucks equipped with:
•
I-Shift gearbox in combination and gearbox variant
APF-ENH
•
Powertronic gearbox
Autoneutral on the brake pedal is only possible on a truck
which is equipped with EBS.
Autoneutral on the parking brake is neither designed for,
nor permitted by Volvo, to be used in combination with Autorelease of the parkning brake.
When Autoneutral on the parking brake is enabled, then
Autorelease of the parking brake shall be disabled. This is
done by setting parameter P1E07 to the value 0.
Note: It is the responsibilty of the body builder to set parameter P1E07 to 0 (zero) when Autoneutral on parking
brake is enabled.
Emergency release of the parking brake cannot be performed as long as Autoneutral is active. For that reason
the driver should be given the opportunity to manually deactivate Autoneutral.
Autoneutral
Function
This function can temporarily set the automatic gearbox
into neutral gear when the brake pedal is depressed,
the parking brake is applied or only by external input.
Autoneutral can be set to be active in forward gear only,
in reverse gear only or in both forward and reverse
gears.
When all selected conditions are fulfilled, an active high
level (DI H) on the input Autoneutral (B2:14) will temporarily set the automatic gearbox in neutral gear.
The gear indication in the instrument display will blink
when autoneutral is active.
Active autoneutral can also be detected on BBM, pin
B2:1 (DI L).
Autoneutral in forward gear can be combined with a
predefined engine speed. With this setup, the engine
will, during autoneutral sessions, run at the engine
speed selected in parameter P1F8D.
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Autoneutral with the I-Shift gearbox
In an I-Shift gearbox, Autoneutral can be achieved by:
•
Disengaging the clutch.
This is usually preferred when the brake pedal is used for
activation.
Since the clutch is open, no power can be taken out
from a gearbox mounted PTO. Therefore, an engine
mounted PTO should be used.
•
Shifting to neutral gear and engaged the clutch.
This is usually preferred when the parking brake is used for
activation.
Since the clutch is engaged, power can be taken from a
gearbox mounted PTO.
Inhibit gear engage
In trucks with I-Shift or Powertronic gearboxes, any gear
can be inhibited from engaging as long as the input is
active.
Parameters
Parameter settings for Powertronic and I-Shift gearboxes.
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1B4V
Autoneutral, enable
0 = Autoneutral disabled
1 = Digital input enabled only
2 = BB CAN request enabled only
3 = Digital input and BB CAN request enabled
0
0
3
P1B4W
Autoneutral, function
0 = In forward gears only
1 = In reverse gears only
2 = Autoneutral in both forward and reverse gears
0
2
2
P1ELG
Parking brake shall be applied to activate autoneutral.
Visible only when P1E07 is set to 0.
0 = No parking brake condition
1 = Parking brake applied
0
0
1
P1B4Y
Brake pedal stroke to activate autoneutral (zero value will disable the brake pedal condition)
(Unit: %)
0
100
100
P1ELF
Maximum vehicle speed to activate autoneutral.
(Unit: km/h)
1
3
250
P1B43
Decides if gear lever must be put in neutral position before autoneutral is exited.
True/False
True
P1B41
Automatic engine speed control when autoneutral is active
True/False
False
P1F8D
Engine speed when autoneutral is active.
If any other engine speed control function is active, this value
will be ignored.
600
600
2550
600 = disabled
(Unit: r/min)
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P1B44
Neutral detection output.
An active low output will be present on B2:1 when the gear is in
neutral according to description).
0 = No output
1 = Autoneutral only
2 = Autoneutral or neutral gear
3 = Neutral gear only
0
1
3
P1B48
Inhibit gear engagement
0 = Inhibit gear disabled
1 = Digital input enabled only
2 = BB CAN input enabled only
3 = Digital input and BB CAN command enabled
0
0
3
P1GGX
Parking brake shall be applied to activate to inhibit gear engagement function
True/False
P1GGY
Maximum vehicle speed to activate inhibit gear engagement
funjction
(Unit: km/h)
True
0
3
250
Autoneutral parameter setting for I-Shift in the TECU.
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1AO7
Decides if the I-shift gearbox is disengaged with the clutch only
during autoneutral.
0 = Autoneutral by neutral gear
1 = Autoneutral with clutch only
0
0
1
Related I/O description
B2:14
Autoneutral enable (DI H)
Input signal to request autoneutral
B2:1
Autoneutral active (DO L)
Output signal to confirm active autoneutral
B3:16
Switch supply, 24V
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Access to display icons
Function
The characteristics of up to five different bodywork icons
can be adapted by the user. One of the Icons is supported
in the basic truck and the additional four Icons require that
the BBM is installed.
The icons can be displayed as status icons in the status
bar of the instrument display and can be complemented
with larger pop-up icons which appear in the central display when selected conditions are fulfilled. These icons
can be combined with sounds.
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1. Area for pop-up icons
2. Status bar icons
3. Control and warning icons
Icons
The following table describes the default bodywork
icons available in the instrument display (HMIIOM).
Default icons can be replaced by other icons, available
in the symbol library presented further down in this
document.
Icons available without BBM installed
Bodywork Icon 1
This icon is available by default in all trucks1 , with or without BBM.
Activated by connecting grounding pin BBEC1:5 in the body builder electrical centre.
Body not in driving position
warning
In trucks ordered with the Tail lift preparation variant TAILPREP, this icon is, by default,
used to indicate if the tail lift is in the closed position or not.
Activated by connecting grounding pin BBEC1:5 in the body builder electrical centre.
Tail lift open warning
Additional icons available in trucks with BBM installed
Bodywork Icon 2
The Crane height warning icon is the default setting for Bodywork Icon 2.
Activated by connecting +24 Volt to BBM pin B1:9.
Crane height warning
Bodywork Icon 3
The Support legs warning icon is the default setting for Bodywork Icon 3.
Activated by connecting +24 Volt to BBM pin B1:10.
Support legs out warning
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Bodywork Icon 4
The Body temperature warning icon is the default setting for Bodywork Icon 4.
Activated by connecting pin B1:11 on BBM to ground.
Body temperature warning
Bodywork Icon 5
General body warning icon is the default setting for Bodywork Icon 5.
Activated by connecting pin B1:12 on BBM to ground.
General body warning
1 This does not apply to trucks specified with the Tail lift preparation variant TAILPREP.
The following table gives a detailed description of the
conditions for each of the five icons which can be set
individually.
Note that the information in this table applies to each of
the five icons (icon memories) listed later in this
section.
Parameters for HMIIOM:
Parameter
line
Description
Function
0
Bodywork Display Icon number x
Functions enable
Enables the specified icon memory icon (1 – 5) Default enabled
1
Bodywork Display icon number x
Enable reactivation of Pop-up icon when parking
brake is being released
When this parameter is set to “True” a large “popup” icon will be presented when the parking brake is
released. This activation can be set with desired severity (line 8)
2
Bodywork Display icon number. x
Enable Pop-up icon functionality also when severity
“information” is selected
When severity level in line 7 is set to value 0 (zero)
(“information level”) and this parameter is set to
“false”, anr icon will be presented in the status bar.
When set to “true”, a pop-up icon is shown in the
display at activation.
3
Bodywork Display icon number x
Pop-up icon on road speed threshold
When this parameter is set to be “enabled” by a vehicle speed threshold value, a large pop-up icon is
presented when this vehicle speed value is
reached. This activation can be set with desired severity (line 9)
4
Text string to be presented together with pop-up
icon. Maximum 32 characters
This text string can be modified. The desired text is
typed into this parameter.
5
Icon to be presented as pop-up icon at event
This parameter describes which pop-up icon shall
be presented in each of the five Display icon memories. One icon is selected by default for each memory, but can be replaced with other icons available in
the icon library. Available icons are presented further down in this document.
6
Icon to be presented in the status bar
This parameter describes which status bar icon
shall be presented in each of the five Display icon
memories. One icon is selected by default for each
memory, but can be replaced with other icons available in the icon library. These icons are presented
further down in this document.
7
Bodywork Display icon number x Severity level
Different severity levels can be selected for each
type of activation.
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Line 7 sets the behaviour when the icon is requested (input activated).
Line 8 sets the behaviour when the icon is requested and the parking brake is released.
Line 9 sets the behaviour when the icon is requested and the selected vehicle speed threshold is
reached. 0 = Information level. A “white” information
popup will be shown.
If only a status bar icon is desired, this is selected
by the value “false” in line 2.
1 = Yellow warning level. This level is combined with
“yellow warning sound”.
2 = Red warning level. This level is combined with
“red warning sound”
3 = Note. Same as yellow warning level (value 1).
8
Bodywork Display icon number x
Level of warning when Pop-up is activated due to
releasing of parking brake
9
Bodywork Display icon number x
Level of warning when Pop-up is activated due to
road speed threshold
10
Minimum time for status bar icon to be displayed
This is the minimum time a status bar icon will be
displayed. The status bar icon will be shown during
this time, even if the digital input is removed.
11
Note: This setting shall be used in trucks with the
variant SPEED-DU
Sounds related to yellow or red warnings are not dependant on the setting of this parameter.
0 = None(This setting shall be used in trucks without
the variant SPEED-DU)
1 = Single stroke pulsed signal (SPEED-DU)
2 = Rapid intermittent signal (SPEED-DU)
Reminder sound for Status bar icon (sound is
played as long as the digital input is active)
Icons shown in the instrument display are, by default, also
shown in the Work remote control (WRC).
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Parameters
Bodywork icon 1 parameters
This icon is available by default in all trucks, with or without BBM. The only exception is a truck specified with the
tail lift preparation variant TAILPREP. This icon is activated by connecting pin BBEC1:5 in the body builder electrical centre to ground.
T9069316
In trucks ordered with the tail lift preparation variant TAILPREP, this Icon is by default used to indicate if the tail lift
is open or closed. This icon is activated by connecting pin
BBEC1:5 in the body builder electrical centre to ground.
T9069317
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1CZI
Bodywork display icon No. 1, enable/disable
0 = Icon No. 1 disabled
1 = Icon No. 1 enabled
0
1
1
P1J6T [0]
Bodywork display icon No. 1, function enable
True/False
P1J6T [1]
Bodywork display icon No. 1, Enable activation of pop-up icon
when parking brake is released.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Default = 0 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2
P1J6T [2]
Bodywork display icon No. 1, Enable pop-up icon functionality
also when severity “information” is selected
True/False
P1J6T [3]
Bodywork display icon No. 1, pop-up icon on road speed
threshold.
255 = Condition not used
Default = 255 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2
(unit: r/min)
0
P1J6T [4]
Text string to be presented together with pop-up icon. Max. 32
characters
Default text: “Body not in driving
position”
(TAILPREP/TAILPRE2: “Tail lift
open”)
P1J6T [5]
Icon to be presented as pop-up icon at event. See table below
for available icons
1 = Body not in driving position
Default = 2 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2
1
1
100
P1J6T [6]
Icon to be presented in the status bar. See table below for available icons
1 = Body not in driving position
Default = 2 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2
1
1
100
P1J6T [7]
Bodywork Display Icon no.1. Severity level
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
0
0
3
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0
1
1
False
10
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P1J6T [8]
Bodywork Display Icon no.1. Level of warning when pop-up is
activated due to release of parking brake.
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
Default = 0 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2
0
1
3
P1J6T [9]
Bodywork Display Icon no.1. Level of warning when pop-up is
activated due to road speed threshold.
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
Default = 0 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2
0
2
3
P1J6T [10]
Minimum time for status bar icon to be displayed
(unit: s)
0
3
30
P1J6T [11]
Acoustic sound for status bar Icon (as long as input is active)
0 = None
1 = Single stroke pulsed signal
2 = Rapid intermittent signal
0
0
2
P1K8A [0][0]
Status icon to be displayed in Work Remote when Bodywork
Display Icon no.1 is active
1 = Raised tipper body
2 = Tail lift not closed
(2 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2)
1
1
100
P1K8A [0][1]
Text to be displayed in Work Remote together with pop-up icon
for Bodywork Display Icon no.1
Default text: “Body not in driving
position”
(TAILPREP/TAILPRE2: “Tail lift
open”)
P1K8A [0][2]
Enables Bodywork Display Icon no.1 presentation in Work
Remote.
When False, no status bar icon or pop-up will be shown in Work
Remote.
True/False
True
P1K8A [0][3]
Enables the Bodywork Display Icon no.1 pop-up icon in Work
Remote.
When False, only the status bar icon will be shown in Work
Remote.
True/False
False
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Bodywork icon 2 parameters
Crane height warning. Alternative icon for some variants.
The Crane height warning Icon is the default setting for
Bodywork Icon 2.
This icon is activated by connecting +24 Volt to BBM pin
B1:9.
T9069319
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1CZJ
Bodywork display icon No. 2, enable/disable
0 = Icon disabled
1 = Icon enabled
0
1
1
P1JXO [0]
Bodywork display Icon No.2 source for request
0 = Digital input
1 = BB CAN request
0
0
1
P1J6U [0]
Bodywork display icon No. 2, function enable
True/False
P1J6U [1]
Bodywork display icon No. 2, Enable activation of pop-up icon
when parking brake is released.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Default = 0 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2/SPEED-DU
P1J6U [2]
Bodywork display icon No. 2, Enable pop-up icon functionality
also when severity “information” is selected.
(True for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2)
True/False
P1J6U [3]
Bodywork display icon No. 2, pop-up icon on road speed
threshold.
0-255 km/h, 255 = Condition not used
Default = 255 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2/SPEED-DU
(unit: km/h)
0
P1J6U [4]
Text string to be presented together with pop-up icon. Max. 32
characters
Default text: “Crane height warning”
(TAILPREP/TAILPRE2: “Tail lift
overload”)
(SPEED-DU: “Communication from
footstep”)
P1J6U [5]
Icon to be presented as pop-up icon at event. See table below
for available icons
13 = Crane height warning
(8 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2)
(24 for SPEED-DU)
1
13
100
P1J6U [6]
Icon to be presented in the status bar. See table below for available icons
13 = Crane height warning
Default = 8 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2)
Default = 24 for SPEED-DU)
1
13
100
P1J6U [7]
Bodywork Display Icon no.2. Severity level
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
0
0
3
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0
1
1
False
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P1J6U [8]
Bodywork Display Icon no.2. Level of warning when pop-up is
activated due to release of parking brake.
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
Default = 0 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2/SPEED-DU
0
1
3
P1J6U [9]
Bodywork Display Icon no.2. Level of warning when pop-up is
activated due to road speed threshold.
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
Default = 0 for TAILPREP/TAILPRE2/SPEED-DU
0
2
3
P1J6U [10]
Minimum time for status bar icon to be displayed
(unit: s)
0
3
30
P1J6U [11]
Acoustic sound for status bar Icon (as long as input is active)
0 = None
1 = Single stroke pulsed signal
2 = Rapid intermittent signal
Default = 1 for SPEED-DU, single stroke pulsed signal
0
0
2
P1K8A [1][0]
Status icon to be displayed in Work Remote when Bodywork
Display Icon no. 2 is active
13 = Crane height warning
(TAILPREP/TAILPRE2: 8 = overload)
0
13
62
P1K8A [1][1]
Text to be displayed in Work Remote together with pop-up icon
for Bodywork Display Icon no.2
Default text: “Crane height”
(TAILPREP/TAILPRE2: “Tail lift
overload”)
P1K8A [1][2]
Enables Bodywork Display Icon no.2 presentation in Work
Remote.
When False, no status bar icon or pop-up will be shown in Work
Remote.
True/False
True
P1K8A [1][3]
Enables the Bodywork Display Icon no.2 pop-up icon in Work
Remote.
When False, only the status bar icon will be shown in Work
Remote.
True/False
False
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Bodywork icon 3 parameters
Support legs out warning.
The Support legs out warning Icon is the default setting
for Bodywork Icon 3.
This icon is activated by connecting +24 Volt to the BBM
pin B1:10.
T9069320
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1CZK
Bodywork display icon No. 3, enable/disable
0 = Icon disabled
1 = Icon enabled
0
1
1
P1JXO [1]
Bodywork display Icon No.3 source for request
0 = Digital input
1 = BB CAN request
0
0
1
P1J6V [0]
Bodywork display icon No. 3, function enable
True/False
P1J6V [1]
Bodywork display icon No. 3, Enable activation of pop-up icon
when parking brake is released.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Default = 0 for SPEED-DU
P1J6V [2]
Bodywork display icon No. 3, Enable pop-up icon functionality
also when severity “information” is selected.
True/False
P1J6V [3]
Bodywork display icon No. 3, pop-up icon on road speed
threshold.
0-255 km/h, 255 = Condition not used
(unit: km/h)
0
P1J6V [4]
Text string to be presented together with pop-up icon. Max. 32
characters
Default text: “Support legs out”
(SPEED-DU: “Emergency stop”)
P1J6V [5]
Icon to be presented as pop-up icon at event.
4 = Support legs out
Default = 25 for SPEED-DU
1
4
100
P1J6V [6]
Icon to be presented in the status bar.
4 = Support legs out
Default = 25 for SPEED-DU
1
4
100
P1J6V [7]
Bodywork Display Icon no.3. Severity level
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
0
0
3
P1J6V [8]
Bodywork Display Icon no.3. Level of warning when pop-up is
activated due to release of parking brake.
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
Default = 0 for SPEED-DU
0
1
3
P1J6V [9]
Bodywork Display Icon no.3. Level of warning when pop-up is
activated due to road speed threshold.
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
0
2
3
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0
1
1
False
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P1J6V [10]
Minimum time for status bar icon to be displayed
Default = 10 seconds for SPEED-DU
(unit: s)
0
3
30
P1J6V [11]
Acoustic sound for status bar Icon (as long as input is active)
0 = None
1 = Single stroke pulsed signal
2 = Rapid intermittent signal
Default = 2 for SPEED-DU, Rapid intermittent signal
0
0
2
P1K8A [2][0]
Status icon to be displayed in Work Remote when Bodywork
Display Icon no. 3 is active
4 = Support legs out
0
4
62
P1K8A [2][1]
Text to be displayed in Work Remote together with pop-up icon
for Bodywork Display Icon no.3
Default text: “Support legs out”
P1K8A [2][2]
Enables Bodywork Display Icon no.3 presentation in Work
Remote.
When False, no status bar icon or pop-up will be shown in Work
Remote.
True/False
True
P1K8A [2][3]
Enables the Bodywork Display Icon no.3 pop-up icon in Work
Remote.
When False, only the status bar icon will be shown in Work
Remote.
True/False
False
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Bodywork icon 4 parameters
Body temperature warning.
The Body temperature warning Icon is the default setting
for Bodywork Icon 4.
This icon is activated by connecting pin B1:11 on the BBM
to ground.
T9069321
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1CZL
Bodywork display icon No. 4, enable/disable
0 = Icon disabled
1 = Icon enabled
0
1
1
P1JXO [2]
Bodywork display Icon No.4 source for request
0 = Digital input
1 = BB CAN request
0
0
1
P1J6W [0]
Bodywork display icon No. 4, function enable
True/False
P1J6W [1]
Bodywork display icon No. 4, Enable activation of pop-up icon
when parking brake is released.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
P1J6W [2]
Bodywork display icon No. 4, Enable pop-up icon functionality
also when severity “information” is selected.
True/False
P1J6W [3]
Bodywork display icon No. 4, pop-up icon on road speed
threshold.
0-255 km/h, 255 = Condition not used
(unit: km/h)
0
P1J6W [4]
Text string to be presented together with pop-up icon. Max. 32
characters
Default text: “Body temperature”
(SPEED-DU: “Footstep occupied”)
P1J6W [5]
Icon to be presented as pop-up icon at event.
5 = Body not in driving position
Default = 63 for SPEED-DU
1
5
100
P1J6W [6]
Icon to be presented in the status bar.
5 = Body not in driving position
Default = 63 for SPEED-DU
1
5
100
P1J6W [7]
Bodywork Display Icon no.4. Severity level
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
Default = 0 for SPEED-DU
0
1
3
P1J6W [8]
Bodywork Display Icon no.4. Level of warning when pop-up is
activated due to release of parking brake.
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
0
0
3
P1J6W [9]
Bodywork Display Icon no.4. Level of warning when pop-up is
activated due to road speed threshold.
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
0
0
3
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0
1
True
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P1J6W [10]
Minimum time for status bar icon to be displayed
(unit: s)
0
3
30
P1J6W [11]
Acoustic sound for status bar Icon (as long as input is active)
0 = None
1 = Single stroke pulsed signal
2 = Rapid intermittent signal
0
0
2
P1K8A [3][0]
Status icon to be displayed in Work Remote when Bodywork
Display Icon no. 4 is active
5 = Body temperature
(Pop-up only. No status bar icon)
0
5
62
P1K8A [3][1]
Text to be displayed in Work Remote together with pop-up icon
for Bodywork Display Icon no.4
Default text: “Body temperature”
P1K8A [3][2]
Enables Bodywork Display Icon no.4 presentation in Work
Remote.
When False, no status bar icon or pop-up will be shown in Work
Remote.
True/False
True
P1K8A [3][3]
Enables the Bodywork Display Icon no.4 pop-up icon in Work
Remote.
When False, only the status bar icon will be shown in Work
Remote.
True/False
True
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Bodywork icon 5 parameters
General body warning.
The General bodywork warning Icon is the default setting
for Bodywork Icon 5.
This icon is activated by connecting pin B1:12 on the
BBM to ground.
T9069322
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1CZM
Bodywork display icon No. 5, enable/disable
0 = Icon disabled
1 = Icon enabled
0
1
1
P1JXO [3]
Bodywork display Icon No.5 source for request
0 = Digital input
1 = BB CAN request
0
0
1
P1J6X [0]
Bodywork display icon No. 5, function enable
True/False
P1J6X [1]
Bodywork display icon No. 5, Enable activation of pop-up icon
when parking brake is released.
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
P1J6X [2]
Bodywork display icon No. 5, Enable pop-up icon functionality
also when severity “information” is selected.
True/False
P1J6X [3]
Bodywork display icon No. 5, pop-up icon on road speed
threshold.
0-255 km/h, 255 = Condition not used
(unit: km/h)
0
P1J6X [4]
Text string to be presented together with pop-up icon. Max. 32
characters
Default text: “Body warning”
P1J6X [5]
Icon to be presented as pop-up icon at event.
6 = General body warning
1
6
100
P1J6X [6]
Icon to be presented in the status bar.
6 = General body warning
1
6
100
P1J6X [7]
Bodywork Display Icon no. 5. Severity level
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
Default = 0 for SPEED-DU
0
1
3
P1J6X [8]
Bodywork Display Icon no.5. Level of warning when pop-up is
activated due to release of parking brake.
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
0
0
3
P1J6X [9]
Bodywork Display Icon no.5. Level of warning when pop-up is
activated due to road speed threshold.
0 = Information level (white info.)
1 = Yellow warning level
2 = Red warning level
3 = Notice
0
0
3
P1J6X [10]
Minimum time for status bar icon to be displayed
(unit: s)
0
3
30
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0
0
1
True
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P1J6X [11]
Sound type for status bar Icon (as long as input is active)
0 = None
1 = Single stroke pulsed signal
2 = Rapid intermittent signal
0
0
2
P1K8A [4][0]
Status icon to be displayed in Work Remote when Bodywork
Display Icon no. 5 is active
5 = Body temperature
(Pop-up only. No status bar icon)
0
6
62
P1K8A [4][1]
Text to be displayed in Work Remote together with pop-up icon
for Bodywork Display Icon no.5
Default text: “Body warning”
P1K8A [4][2]
Enables Bodywork Display Icon no.5 presentation in Work
Remote.
When False, no status bar icon or pop-up will be shown in Work
Remote.
True/False
True
P1K8A [4][3]
Enables the Bodywork Display Icon no.5 pop-up icon in Work
Remote.
When False, only the status bar icon will be shown in Work
Remote.
True/False
True
I/O descriptions
Bodywork display icon 1
Inputs to connector in BBEC
BBEC1:5
Bodywork Icon 1 (DI L)
Bodywork display icons 2–5
Inputs to BBM
B1:9
Bodywork Icon 2 (DI H)
B1:10
Bodywork Icon 3 (DI H)
B1:11
Bodywork Icon 4 (DI L)
B1:12
Bodywork Icon 5 (DI L)
B3:16
Switch supply, 24V
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Icon library
Icon library for pop-up and status bar icons
The icons listed in table below are stored in all trucks and
are available as status bar icons, pop-up icons or both.
Icon
Name
Status bar number
Pop-up number
Body not in driving position
1
1
Tail lift not closed
2
2
Crane enabled
3
3
Support legs out
4
4
Body temperature
—
5
General body warning
6
6
Text from body
7
7
Overload
8
8
Slidable 5th wheel
—
9
Height adjustable 5th wheel
—
10
Container lock
—
11
Working light
—
12
Crane height warning
13
13
Sand spreader
14
14
Automatic snow chains
15
15
Tail gate
—
16
Rear door open
—
17
3rd axle lock
—
18
Adjustable drawbar
—
19
Tipper enabled
—
20
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Splitbox PTO
21
—
Warning flashlight
—
22
Body interior light
—
23
Signal from footstep
—
24
Emergency stop active
—
25
Tag axle lifted
—
26
Pusher axle lifted
—
27
Body heating active
—
28
Beacon warning light active
—
29
Remote control enabled
—
30
Body cooling active
—
31
Trailer not in driving position
—
32
Trailing wheel drive
33
33
Left hand side gate open
—
34
Right hand side gate open
—
35
Level control inhibited
—
36
Crane light active
—
37
Tarpaulin
—
38
Hook lift enabled
—
39
Hook lift not in driving
position
40
40
Hydraulic locks open
41
41
Hook lock open
42
42
Tail lid open
—
43
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Pump active
44
44
Rear underrun protection
lifted
—
45
Trailer connection locked
46
46
Trailer connection not
locked
47
47
Drawbar angle warning
—
48
Hydraulic pump active
—
49
Tank full
—
50
Load compartment
pressure
—
51
Brake temperature
—
52
Transmission oil
temperature
—
53
Shuttle not in driving
position
—
54
Winch
—
56
Steering active
—
57
Trailer axle steering lock
open
—
58
Trailer axle steering locked
—
59
Tire temperature
—
60
Hose out
62
62
Footstep occupied
63
—
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Access to bodywork display gauges
Function
The content of up to two different bodywork gauges in
the central instrument cluster can be adapted by the
user. All inputs for this function are to the BBM unit; the
BBM is therefore required for this function.
Each gauge can be used to present analogue data as a
numerical value or as a bar graph. In Graphical mode,
red and green fields can be added to parts of the bar.
The following shows some examples.
Examples
Numerical mode
1 Title. Free text, maximum 16 characters
2 Icon. Selected by ID
3 Unit. Maximum 4 characters
4 Value. 3 digits, 1 decimal
Graphical mode
1 Title. Free text, maximum 16 characters
2 Icon. Selected by ID
3 Low. Red field
4 Low. Green field
5 No high field defined
Red and green fields
Not available in variant INST-BAS
In Graphical mode, it is possible to have red and green
fields. There can be two red fields, one at the low end
of the range (3) and one at the high end (5). The low
end red field always starts at 0% and the end value can
be set using a parameter. The high end red field’s start
point can be set with a parameter, and the end of this
field will always be at 100%. To suppress the red fields,
the low end red field end point shall be set to 0%, and
the high end red field start point shall be set to 100%.
There can be only be one green field. The green field
start and end points are set using parameters; one parameter for the start point and another for the end point.
To suppress the green field, the green field start point
shall be set higher than the green field end point.
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Parameters
Bodywork display gauge 1
By default, bodywork display gauge 1 is set to show temperatures between 0 and 50 degrees, in numerical mode.
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1ESV [0]
Bodywork Display Gauge 1, enable
0 = Gauge no. 1 disabled
1 = Gauge no. 1 enabled
0
0
1
P1J6Q [0]
Bodywork Display Gauge 1, enable in instrument display
0 = Gauge no. 1 disabled
1 = Gauge no. 1 enabled
0
0
1
P1J6Q [1]
Presentation of Gauge 1 value as numerical value or as a
graphical view
0 = Numerical mode 1 = Graphical mode (bargraph)
0
0
1
P1J6Q [2]
Minimum value
Value that corresponds to 0%
(A setting of zero means that the minimum displayed value will
be 0 °C.)
(unit: °C)
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0
3276,7
P1J6Q [3]
Maximum value
Value that corresponds to 100%
(A setting of 50 means that the maximum displayed value will
be 50 °C.)
(unit: °C)
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50
3276,7
P1J6Q [4]
Number of digits in presented value.
Zeros entered before the valid figures will be removed
automatically.
1
5
5
P1J6Q [5]
Number of decimals in presented value
0
0
4
P1J6Q [6]
Green field start point
(Graphical mode only)
(unit: %)
0
100
100
P1J6Q [7]
Green field end point
(unit: %)
0
0
100
P1J6Q [8]
Low red field end point (Low red field always starts at 0%)
(Graphical mode only)
(unit: %)
0
0
100
P1J6Q [9]
High red field start point (high red field always ends at 100%)
(Graphical mode only)
(unit: %)
0
100
100
P1J6Q [10]
Gauge 1 title text string. To be displayed as the title of the presented value
Maximum 6 characters
Title as free text. Default text: “Body
temperature”
P1J6Q [11]
Unit for Gauge 1, to be displayed as the unit of the value.
Unit as free text. Default unit: °C
P1J6Q [12]
Icon to be displayed in Gauge 1
1 = Load compartment temperature
0
1
255
P1INM [0]
Enable presentation of Display gauge 1 in Work remote
0 = Gauge number 1 disabled
1 = Gauge number 1 enabled
0
0
1
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P1K79 [0] [0]
Gauge 1 title text string. To be displayed as the title of the presented value
Title as free text. Maximum 16 characters. Default text: “Body
temperature”
P1K79 [0] [1]
Icon to be displayed in Gauge 1
1 = Load compartment temperature
0
1
20
P1K79 [0] [2]
Presentation of Gauge 1 value as numerical value or as a
graphical view
0 = Graphical mode
1 = Numerical mode
0
1
1
P1K79 [0] [3]
Unit for Gauge 1, to be displayed as a unit of the value.
Unit as free text. Maximum 4 characters. Default unit: °C
P1K79 [0] [4]
Minimum value
Value that corresponds to 0%
(A setting of zero means that the minimum displayed value will
be 0 °C.)
(unit: °C)
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0
3276,7
P1K79 [0] [5]
Maximum value
Value that corresponds to 100%
(A setting of 50 means that the maximum displayed value will
be 50 °C.)
(unit: °C)
-3276,8
50
3276,7
P1K79 [0] [6]
High red field start point
0
100
100
P1K79 [0] [7]
Low red field end point
0
0
100
P1K79 [0] [8]
Green field start point
0
100
100
P1K79 [0] [9]
Green field end point
0
0
100
P1K79 [0] [10]
Number of decimals in presented value
0
0
4
Note: When the limit value given in Green/Red Low is
higher than the value given in Green/Red High, no green/
red zone shall be present.
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Bodywork display gauge 2
By default, bodywork display gauge 2 is set to show tank
volume between 0 and 1000 litres, in numerical mode.
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1ESV [1]
Bodywork Display Gauge 2, enable
0 = Gauge no. 2 disabled
1 = Gauge no. 2 enabled
0
0
1
P1J6R [0]
Bodywork Display Gauge 2, enable in instrument display
0 = Gauge no. 2 disabled
1 = Gauge no. 2 enabled
0
0
1
P1J6R [1]
Presentation of Gauge 2 value as numerical value or as a
graphical view
0 = Numerical mode 1 = Graphical mode
0
0
1
P1J6R [2]
Minimum value
Value that corresponds to 0%
(A setting of zero means that the minimum displayed value will
be 0 l.)
(unit: l)
-3276,8
0
3276,7
P1J6R [3]
Maximum value
Value that corresponds to 100%
(A setting of 1000 means that the maximum displayed value will
be 1000 l.)
(unit: l)
-3276,8
1000
3276,7
P1J6R [4]
Number of digits in presented value.
Zeros entered before the valid figures will be removed
automatically.
1
5
5
P1J6R [5]
Number of decimals in presented value
0
0
4
P1J6R [6]
Green field start point
(Graphical mode only)
(unit: %)
0
100
100
P1J6R [7]
Green field end point
(unit: %)
0
0
100
P1J6R [8]
Low red field end point (Low red field always starts at 0%)
(Graphical mode only)
(unit: %)
0
0
100
P1J6R [9]
High red field start point (high red field always ends at 100%)
(Graphical mode only)
(unit: %)
0
100
100
P1J6R [10]
Gauge 2 title text string. To be displayed as the title of the presented value
Title as free text. Default text: “Tank
volume”
P1J6R [11]
Unit for Gauge 2, to be displayed as the unit of the value.
Unit as free text. Default unit: l.
P1J6R [12]
Icon to be displayed in Gauge 2
2 = Tank volume
0
2
20
P1INM [1]
Enable presentation of Display gauge 2 in Work remote
0 = Gauge no. 2 disabled
1 = Gauge no. 2 enabled
0
0
1
P1K79 [1] [0]
Gauge 2 title text string. To be displayed as the title of the presented value
Title as free text. Maximum 16 characters. Default text: “Tank volume”
P1K79 [1] [1]
Icon to be displayed in Gauge 2
2 = Tank volume
0
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P1K79 [1] [2]
Presentation of Gauge 2 value as numerical value or as a
graphical view
0 = Graphical mode
1 = Numerical mode
0
1
1
P1K79 [1] [3]
Unit for Gauge 2, to be displayed as a unit of the value.
Unit as free text. Maximum 4 characters. Default unit: l.
P1K79 [1] [4]
Minimum value
Value that corresponds to 0%
(unit: %.)
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0
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P1K79 [1] [5]
Maximum value
Value that corresponds to 100%
(unit: %.)
-3276,8
1000
3276,7
P1K79 [1] [6]
High red field start point
0
100
100
P1K79 [1] [7]
Low red field end point
0
0
100
P1K79 [1] [8]
Green field start point
0
100
100
P1K79 [1] [9]
Green field end point
0
0
100
P1K79 [1] [10]
Number of decimals in presented value
0
0
4
Note: When the limit value given in Green/Red Low is
higher than the value given in Green/Red High, no green/
red zone shall be present.
Parameters for bodywork display gauge analogue inputs
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1BVC
Analogue input used for Bodywork Display Gauge 1
0 = No source selected
1 = Analogue value input 1 (pin B3:13)
2 = Analogue value input 2 (pin B3:12)
3 = Analogue value input 3 (pin B3:11)
0
1
3
P1BVB
Analogue input default used for Second throttle (2 = analogue input number.2, pin B3:12). Further described in Engine speed control.
0 = No source selected
1 = Analogue value input 1 (pin B3:13)
2 = Analogue value input 2 (pin B3:12)
3 = Analogue value input 3 (pin B3:11)
0
2
3
P1BVD
Analogue input used for bodywork display Gauge 2.
0 = No source selected
1 = Analogue value input 1 (pin B3:13)
2 = Analogue value input 2 (pin B3:12)
3 = Analogue value input 3 (pin B3:11)
0
3
3
P1EQQ [0]
Analogue input no.1, low limit, corresponding to 0% bar
graph displayed
0,5
1,0
4,0
Volt
P1EQQ [1]
Analogue input no.1, high limit, corresponding to 100%
bar graph displayed
1,0
4,0
4,50
Volt
P1EQQ [2]
Low value for the Analogue input no.1, that shall be considered as error value.
This value shall be set lower than P1EQS [0].
0
0,48
1,0
Volt
P1EQQ [3]
High value for the Analogue input no.1, that shall be considered as error value.
This value shall be set higher than P1EQR [1].
4,0
4,52
5,0
Volt
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P1EQS [0]
Analogue input no.3, low limit, corresponding to 0% bar
graph displayed
0,5
1,0
4,0
Volt
P1EQS [1]
Analogue input no.3, high limit, corresponding to 100%
bar graph displayed
1,0
4,0
4,50
Volt
P1EQS [2]
Low value for the Analogue input no.3, that shall be considered as error value.
This value shall be set lower than P1EQS [0].
0
0,48
1,0
Volt
P1EQS [3]
High value for the Analogue input no.3, that shall be considered as error value.
This value shall be set higher than P1EQR [1].
4,0
4,52
5,0
Volt
I/O descriptions
Bodywork Display Gauges 1-2
Inputs to connector in BBM
B3:11
Analogue equipment value 2 to display (AI 3)
B3:13
Analogue equipment value 1 to display (AI 1)
B3:14
Analogue sensor supply, 5 Volt
B3:13
Analogue sensor return (-)
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Icon library
The icons listed in the table below are stored in all trucks
and are available for use in the analog gauges.
Icon
Name
Status bar
number
Body
temperature
1
Tank volume
2
—
—
Bodywork height
4
—
—
Hydraulic oil
temperature
6
Body cooling
active
7
Pressure
8
Transmission oil
temperature
9
Drawbar angle
10
—
—
Temperature
12
Tail lift load
13
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Speed output
Function
Four BBM outputs are, by default, set to provide speed
output:
•
•
•
•
Engine speed as a threshold signal
Vehicle speed as a threshold signal
Vehicle speed as PWM signal (B7 similar)
Vehicle distance as a pulse signal (B8)
The vehicle speed signal is also available from the
tachograph.
The duty cycle of the FM/PWM signal is proportional to
the vehicle speed.
PWM = Pulse Width Modulated
FM = Frequency Modulated
Where applicable, outputs are similar to ISO16844
Tolerance can be up to +/- 8 Hz at 600 Hz
Vehicle speed as a threshold signal
Vehicle speed threshold is a digital output that will be active above a preselected vehicle speed value.
Output hysteresis can be selected and will then be used
on both sides of the threshold value.
Vehicle speed output can be inverted. This means that
the output is active below the selected value.
Engine speed as a threshold signal
Engine speed threshold is a digital output that will be
active above a preselected engine speed value.
Output hysteresis can be selected and will then be used
on both sides of the threshold value.
Engine speed output can be inverted. This means that
the output is active below the selected value.
1 Output state
2 Active
3 Inactive
4 Nominal value minus hysterisis
5 Nominal value
6 Nominal value plus hysterisis
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Vehicle speed as FM/PWM signal (B7 similar)
FM/PWM signal with variable frequency and duty cycle
will be generated on Speed Output.
As shown in the illustration, the positive duty cycle time,
Tduty, will however be constant.
Vehicle speed is calculated according to the following:
v = 3600 / (k x T)
Tduty = 16 / k
V = 3600 / (( 16 / Tduty ) x T ) = 225 km/h x Tduty / T
Where:
v = vehicle speed in km/h
k = pulse per kilometre, constant
T = time in seconds
Tduty = time in seconds
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Tduty is the positives duty cycle time in seconds.
k is the velocity constant; a scale factor defining the
number of pulses per kilometre. The constant 16 is
chosen to give 100% duty cycle when the speed equals
225 km/h.
The amplitude of the vehicle speed signal is 8 Volt (0–8
Volt). Maximum load: 10 mA.
Note: When the speed is less than 3 km/h the output is
set to constant low.
Vehicle distance as four pulses per meter signal (B8)
Each positive edge represents a distance of 250 mm, as
an average over 1 km.
The frequency of this signal is 4 times the vehicle speed
(m/s).
Duty cycle is 50%
The amplitude of the vehicle distance signal is 8 Volts (0–
8 Volts).
Maximum load = 10 mA
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FM Engine speed signal
The engine speed is transformed into an FM signal where
the frequency is proportional to the engine speed.
f = z x rpm
Where:
f = Frequency
z = Value of parameter P1B4N (17 by default)
The duty cycle of the output signal is 50 %
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PWM Engine torque signal
Engine torque is transformed into a PWM signal where
the duty cycle percentage is equal to the engine torque
(engine torque is received as a percentage).
Frequency = 140 Hz (default) which gives a period time
T = 1/140 s
Tduty = Actual torque in percentage of maximum torque
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PWM Accelerator pedal position
The position of the accelerator pedal is transformed into a
PWM signal where the duty cycle percentage is equal to
the pedal position (the pedal position is received as a
percentage).
Frequency = 140 Hz (default) which gives a period time
T = 1/140 s
Tduty = Actual pedal position as a percentage (where
100% is fully depressed).
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Parameters — Vehicle speed outputs (DO out signal on xxx)
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1B5N [0]
Vehicle speed output threshold
(Unit: km/h)
0
5
250
P1B5O [0]
Vehicle speed output hysteresis (the selected value is used on
both sides of the threshold value)
(Unit: km/h)
0
0,2
25,5
P1B4Q [0]
Operator
Vehicle speed output inverted (if this parameter is set to “1” the
output will be active low at speeds below the threshold value)
0 = Speed signal active above selected value
1 = Speed signal active below selected value
0
0
1
P1B5P [0]
Engine speed output threshold (resolution 20 rpm)
(Unit: r/min)
0
1000
5100
P1B5Q [0]
Engine speed output hysteresis (the selected value is used on
both sides of the threshold value)
(Unit: r/min)
0
20
510
P1B4Q [1]
Operator
Engine speed output inverted (if this parameter is set to “1” the
output will be active high at engine speeds below the threshold
value)
0 = Speed signal active above selected value
1 = Speed signal active below selected value
0
0
1
P1B4L
Pulse output 1 configurations
Output on B3 :19
0 = No output signal
1 = FM Engine speed signal
2 = PWM Engine torque signal
3 = Tachograph vehicle speed (C3/B7 similar)
4 = Tachograph vehicle distance (B8)
5 = PWM Accelerator pedal position
0
4
5
P1B4M
Pulse output 2 configurations
Output on B3 :18
0 = No output signal
1 = FM Engine speed signal
2 = PWM Engine torque signal
3 = Tachograph vehicle speed (C3/B7 similar)
4 = Tachograph vehicle distance (B8)
5 = PWM Acceleration pedal position
0
3
5
P1B4N
Engine speed pulse output frequency factor
0,2
0,17
2,0
P1B4O
Engine torque pulse output frequency
40
140
250
P1B4P
Accelerator pedal pulse output frequency
40
140
250
P1NHF
Vehicle Speed Pulse, Factor
0 = 4 pulses / rotation
1 = 8 pulses / rotation
2 = 16 pulses / rotation
3 = 20 pulses / rotation
4 = 25 pulses / rotation
0
0
4
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Related I/O description
B2:10
Road Speed Output DO L
Digital output, (Maximum load 1 A.)
B3:7
Engine Speed Output DO H
Digital output, (Maximum load 1 A.)
B3:18
Pulse output 2, PWM, corrected vehicle speed (B7 similar).
A load is required for the signal to be able to reach a low level.
Maximum load: 10 mA
B3:19
Pulse output 1, PWM, vehicle distance, 4 pulses/meter (B8).
A load is required for the signal to be able to reach a low level.
Maximum load: 10 mA
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Vehicle warning
Function
This function can be used to visually or audibly alert the
operator that at one or more fault conditions has occurred.
This warning can be used to limit or deactivate body
equipment.
Parameters
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1BKU
Powertrain warning status engine speed, enable.
Warns if engine speed signal not available
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
0
0
1
P1BKV
Powertrain warning list status, enable.
Enables the warning functions for the functions listed below
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
0
0
1
P1BKY
Engine low oil level warning
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
0
0
1
P1BKZ
Engine low oil pressure warning
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
0
0
1
P1BKW
Coolant high temperature warning
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
0
0
1
P1BKX
Coolant low level warning
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
0
0
1
P1BK0
Engine high oil temperature warning
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
0
0
1
P1BK1
Engine water in fuel warning
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
0
0
1
P1BK2
Transmission high oil temperature warning
0 = disabled
1 = enabled
0
0
1
Related I/O description
B3:2
Vehicle warning DO H
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Splitbox PTO
See also the VBI chapter “Hydraulic system and Power
take-off”.
Function
A splitbox is a type of power take-off (PTO) that is installed directly onto the propeller shaft. It is used when
regular PTO equipment cannot transmit enough torque
and/or power. The splitbox PTO is not a variant from
Volvo, but can be mounted by body builders and is supported by the truck’s electrical system. PTO3 is intended to be used to supply the solenoid valve that
activates the splitbox PTO.
It is also recommended that the vehicle speed sensor is
moved from the gearbox to the outgoing shaft of the
splitbox. If this is not done, the splitbox PTO will work,
but the maximum power from the splitbox may be reduced. The tooth wheel in the gearbox for the speed
sensor has six teeth.
Splitbox PTO in I-Shift vehicles
To install a Split-box PTO in a truck with I-Shift gearbox,
the gearbox variant APF-ENH is required. In I-Shift gearboxes, this function will activate the direct gear (which is
gear 12 in direct gearboxes and gear 11 in gearboxes with
overdrive)
It is supported to select a lower gear then the direct gear
as starting gear for splitbox use. This makes a smooth
start-up for applications with high moment of inertia possible. When a lower starting gear is used and the gear selector is in position “M”, the driver must shift up manually
to the splitbox gear (P1NL8) within 60 seconds, otherwise
the transmission will revert to Neutral. Gear 7 – 12 can be
used as start gear.
When splitbox mode is requested or running, HS or HR
will be shown in the gear indicator according to the
following:
HS – indicates that the gearbox is standby in splitbox
mode.
HR - indicates that the gearbox is running in splitbox
mode.
In AMT-F gearboxes, any gear between 7-12 can be continuously used in splitbox mode. Gear shifting can be
manually performed by using the plus/minus (+/-) buttons
with the gear selector in position M (Trucks with gear selector variant GSS-4BS does not support manual gear
shifting). With the gear selector is in the position “A”, it
can be configured to have an automatically upshift to the
direct gear is reached. An engine speed value at which
the gear changes shall be performed has then to be set.
When a gearbox mounted PTO is engaged in neutral
gear, this can be disengaged during the time the gearbox
is changing gears and has to be manually reactivated.The
gearbox will not change gear with a gearbox mounted
PTO active. It is strongly recommended that gearbox
PTOs are disengaged before shifting gear lever (from A/
M) to Neutral, this to avoid harsh reengagement of rotating PTO equipment. Split gear selection for gearbox PTO
is not prioritised during splitbox operation (parameters
P1AO5, P1AO6). Split gear position from last engaged
splitbox gear will be used. The dubble gearbox PTOs,
PTRD-D1 and PTRD-D2 are not suported in splitbox
mode.
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Note that the heat in the gearbox will increase when continuously running a splitbox PTO with high load in other
gears than the direct gear. For torque limitations in respective gear and gearbox cooler requirement see information, in the VBI chapter “Hydraulic system and Power
take-off
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Splitbox PTO in Powertronic vehicles
Highest gear and lock-up will be engaged.
Requirements - All trucks with Splitbox PTO
Activation conditions shall be set in PTO3.
The entry condition shall be set according to instructions in the following pages.
A feedback signal shall be connected from the splitbox
PTO to the truck and shall be active when the truck’s drive
axle/axles are disconnected and the splitbox PTO is engaged and ready to use. The feedback shall be a digital
input Low to BBM, pin B1:26, when the splitbox PTO is
engaged.
This feedback is also necessary in trucks with manual
gearbox so that the remote engine stop function engages
if the vehicle speed sensor has not been moved to a position behind the splitbox.
For I-shift and Powertronic gearboxes, an active low level
(DI L) on input splitbox will request an activation of the
predefined gear for splitbox use.
Note: Splitbox shall only be activated when the truck is at
standstill, the gearbox is in neutral and the parking brake
is applied. After the splitbox is engaged, the parking brake
can be released and the truck can be moved, for example
with a hydraulic propulsion device.
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In trucks that are equipped with Splitbox PTO, The Autorelease function of the electronic controlled parking
brake shall be disabled. This is to avoid unintended
movement of the truck during splitbox use, as conditions for Autorelease of the parking brake could be
fulfilled.
It is the responsibility of the body builder installing the
splitbox to ensure that the Autorelease feature of the
electronic parking brake is disabled. This is done by
setting parameter P1E07 to the value 0 (zero).
It is strictly forbidden to use the splitbox functionality in
case there should be any fault in the electronic parking
brake function. This to avoid that the emergency release of the electronic parking brake is activated, which
could be the case if the accelerator pedal is pressed
during those fault conditions. For the same reason, the
accelerator pedal shall be disabled during the time the
splitbox is engaged. Engine speed shall be controlled
with the Engine speed control function, either from
steering the wheel buttons or via the BBM. If the use of
the accelerator pedal or a second accelerator pedal is
required while the splitbox PTO is active, then please
contact Volvo for further information and support.
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Parameters PTO3 for splitbox use
Parameters for PTO3 shall be set to control the activation
and deactivation of the splitbox PTO. It is also possible to
use PTO1 to control the splitbox PTO. If PTO1 is used to
control the splitbox PTO, corresponding parameters for
PTO1 (see “Parameters PTO1”, page 14 ) shall be used.
The parameters in bold text, in table below, shall be set to
bold values. It is the responsibility of the body builder to ensure that these parameters are set to the specified values
before the splitbox is used. The remaining parameters are
set depending on user requirements.
Parameter
code
Description
P1BBG
PTO3 function, enable
Yes/No
Yes
P1BNA
PTO3 digital input to BBM, enable
Yes/No
Yes
P1FZI
PTO3 remote control from Work Remote (Volvo wireless remote
control), enable
Yes/No
No
P1E02
PTO3 Icon in Work Remote (Volvo wireless remote control)
0 = No icon
1 = Gearbox PTO
2 = Engine PTO
3 = Gearbox PTO2
4 = Engine PTO2
5 = Splitbox PTO
0
5
5
P1CWN
Switch type for PTO3 and type of activation behaviour. Also valid for request from DI on BBM or over BB-CAN.
Level input cannot be combined with monostable cab switch or
control from Work Remote
0 = Interfaces are monostable, requests are edge triggered.
1 = Interfaces are bistable, requests are edge triggered.
2 = Interfaces for are bistable, requests are level triggered.
0
0
2
P1EAF
Flexible switch ID 053 PTO3, switch in cab diagnostics enabled
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
0
1
1
P1CUW
PTO as splitbox PTO
The selected PTO must be active before the feedback signal is
taken into consideration.
0 = No PTO is Splitbox PTO
1 = PTO1 is Splitbox PTO
2 = PTO3 is Splitbox PTO
0
2
2
P1D4G
PTO3 activation condition, engine speed below
3050 = disabled
(Unit: r/min)
500
1000
3050
P1CVI
PTO3 activation condition, vehicle speed below
255 = disabled
(Unit: km/h)
0
0
255
P1F8B
PTO3 minimum engine speed
0 = disabled
0
600
2550
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P1F77
PTO3 maximum engine speed
2550 = disabled
(Unit: r/min)
0
1700
2550
P1BUO
PTO3 maximum engine torque
0% will force engine to low idle
(Unit: %)
0
100
100
P1DGP
PTO3 maximum vehicle speed limitation value
255 = disabled
(Unit: km/h)
0
255
255
P1I4N
PTO3 minimum system air pressure for activation
20,4 = disabled
(Unit: Bar)
0
0
20,4
P1I47
PTO3 entry condition brake
0 = Condition not used
1 = Park brake applied
2 = Service Brake applied
3 = Park brake OR Service brake applied
0
1
3
P1I4V
PTO3 exit condition brake
0 = Condition not used
1 = Park brake released
2 = Service Brake released
3 = Park brake AND Service brake released
0
0
3
P1I43
PTO3 entry condition gear in neutral.
0 = Condition not used
1 = Gear in neutral
0
1
1
P1I4R
PTO3 exit condition gear in neutral.
0 = Condition not used
1 = Gear not in neutral
0
0
1
P1CVU
PTO3 entry condition clutch pedal.
0 = Condition not used
1 = Clutch pedal depressed
0
0
1
P1CWI
PTO3 exit condition output shaft speed
0 = function disabled
(Unit: r/min)
0
0
2550
P1CVY
PTO3 engage condition split-gear
0 = function disabled
1 = high split
2 = low split
0
0
2
P1B75
Deactivation of primary accelerator pedal when PTO3 is
engaged
Yes/No
P1IZ3
Cab steering wheel buttons for engine speed control inhibited
when primary accelerator pedal is inhibited by any PTO
0 = Not inhibited
1 = Inhibited
P1BZB
Deactivation of automatic day running light when PTO3 is
engaged
Yes/No
No
P1BYO
Activation of Beacon warning light when PTO3
Yes/No
No
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0
0
1
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P1BZI
Activation of Hazard warning light when PTO3
Yes/No
No
P1J81
PTO3 feedback switch installed
Yes/No
Yes
Parameters, splitbox
Additional parameters for splitbox
Parameter
code
Description
Unit
Min
Default
value
Max
0
0
1
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
Default:
Gear 11 for ATOxxxx
gearboxes.
Gear 12 for ATxxxx
gearboxes (for AMT-F
limited by P1NL8).
P1ISM
Enables gear 12, overdrive gear, as splitbox gear in
ATOxxxx-gearboxes.
P1ISL
Start gear with Splitbox PTO engaged
(Gearbox mounted PTO cannot be activated together with splitbox PTO in gears
lower than selected in P1NL8).
7
11/12
12
P1NL8
Lowest gear for continuous split box use.
(AMT-F).
Default: Gear 11 for ATOxxxx gearboxes
Gear 12 for ATxxxx gearboxes
Manually gear shifting can be performed
with the plus/minus (±) button with the gear
lever in position M. Gear shifting will not be
performed if also a gearbox PTO is active.
(AMT-F).
7
11/12
12
Gear
Engine speed value at which the gearbox
will automatically shift up to next gear until
the direct gear is reached.
Start gear will be the gear selected in
P1ISL. The gear selector shall be in the Aposition
(AMT-F)
600
4000
4000
r/min
Set to maximum value,
no up-shifting will be
performed
automatically.
Upshifting can however
be done manually with
the up-shift button and
the gear lever in Mposition.
P1KCL
Maximum engine torque allowed for splitbox use in gear 12 in an ATOxxxx (overdrive) gearbox
0
1000
5000
Nm
P1NL9
Maximum engine torque in respective
gear, 7-12 in AMT-F gearboxes.
Default setting gear 7/8: 800 Nm.
Default setting gear 9/10: 1000 Nm.
Default setting gear 11: 1300 Nm.
Default setting gear 12: 1600 Nm.
Setting for direct gear will be overridden by
default value 4000 Nm (ATxxxx = 12 gear /
ATOxxxx = 11 gear).
0
5000
Nm
1
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled
P1PO4
P1E07
Autorelease of the electronic parking
brake
Note: This parameter shall be set to 0
(zero) when a splitbox is used.
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B1:26
Splitbox feedback (DI L)
Input required when splitbox is mechanically engaged to activate splitbox functionality
B3:1
PTO3/Splitbox PTO Solenoid valve, DO H
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Second driver interface
Function
This function is used when two driver locations are installed in the truck.
Note: No wires are prepared in the truck for this function.
Second accelerator pedal
A standard Volvo accelerator pedal should be used.
Conditions for switching between driver interfaces:
•
•
•
Vehicle speed shall be zero
The parking brake shall be applied to allow switching
between the driver interfaces (recommended but selectable condition).
Both devices (accelerator pedals) shall be in the zero
throttle span before for switching is performed.
If conditions for overtaking are not fulfilled, no switching
will be performed. When the second accelerator pedal is
active, the primary accelerator pedal is disabled, as well
as the steering wheel buttons for engine speed control. Also the parking brake autorelease function will be inhibited.
It is possible to read out the value of the primary accelerator pedal over BB CAN, both when the second driver interface is active or when the primary accelerator pedal is
inhibited.
Vehicle speed limit for second driver interface
A vehicle speed limit function is connected to the second
driver interface function and will be active as long as the
second driver interface is used.
If more than one Vehicle Speed Limit is active at the same
time, the lowest speed limit will have priority.
Disable primary accelerator pedal
The primary accelerator pedal can be made inactive when
there is a high input on pin B1:19, and the parameter
P1B72 is set to value 2. This can be done without a second accelerator pedal installed and connected.
Steering wheel buttons for engine speed control can also
be disabled (parameter P1IZ3) when the primary accelerator pedal is disabled.
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Second gear lever
Only Powertronic and I-shift gearboxes
The BBM, has digital inputs for Extra Gear Lever, supporting the gear positions Forward, Neutral and Reverse.
When giving control to the secondary gear lever, which is
done by an active input on BBM pin B1:19, it is important
that the second gear lever is in neutral position, and that
there is an active input also to BBM on pin B1:21 (neutral).
If no gear lever input is activated or more than one gear
lever input is activated at the same time, the TECU will
give priority to neutral position.
To give control back to the primary gear selector, the gear
lever shall be in the neutral position and the digital input
removed.
Conditions
Second accelerator pedal:
Parameter Second accelerator pedal enable, P1B72 = 1
Deactivate primary accelerator pedal:
Parameter Second accelerator pedal enable, P1B72 = 2
Second gear lever:
Parameter P1EK4 = 1 or 2
The digital input Second Throttle Enable B1:19 is active
(DI H).
Note: To engage forward or reverse gear the signal
must switch from neutral to forward or reverse gear.
This means that there must have been an active input
to neutral before forward or reverse can be selected.
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Second accelerator pedal
Volvo accelerator pedal without kick-down position
should be used as second accelerator pedal. Volvo part
no. 82849298 (Volvo FH pedal) or 82356368 (Volvo FM
pedal).
Those both pedals have the same electrical characteristic but different shapes of the pedal arm.
A Volvo pedal shall be connected according to the schematic sketch below. The software controlled internal pull
up resistors in the BBM (1k) have to be activated when a
Volvo accelerator pedal is used.
Volvo part nunber for the accelerator pedal connector is
993370. Terminal for wire 0,5-1,0 mm2 is 983014, sealing 25617877.
T9096926
1 – Supply 1 (24 V)
2 – Signal 1
3 – Ground 1
4 – Supply 2 (24 V)
5 – Signal 2
6 – Ground 2
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If the PWM input is produced from any other device than
a standard Volvo accelerator pedal, the characteristics
must to be according to the graph shown here.
PWM with duty cycle below 2 % or above 98 % will be
considered as erroneous.
Maximum allowed deviation in-between sensors is 8 %.
More deviation will be considered as error. With less than
8% deviation, the position from the PWM1 is taken into
account.
Requirement on PWM request signal:
Vin Low < 3.5 V (@ fin nom)
Vin High > 4.5 V (@ fin nom)
Frequency shall be 125 Hz.
A – PWM duty cycle
B – Pedal stroke
C – Pedal released
D – Pedal fully depressed
E – Error
F – PWM input to B1:18
G – PWM input to B1:28
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Parameters
Enabling second driver interface and/or deactivating primary accelerator
pedal
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1B72
Second accelerator pedal enable
0 = Disabled
1 = Enable second accelerator pedal
2 = Inhibit primary accelerator pedal
0
0
2
P1IZ3
Cab steering wheel buttons for engine speed control inhibited
when primary accelerator pedal is inhibited
0 = Not inhibited
1 = Inhibited
0
1
1
P1QPT
Source for second accelerator pedal value
0 = Frequency / PWM signal
1 = Bodybuilder CAN signal
0
0
1
P1JJN
Input pin to BBM for Second Accel Pedal Sensor 1
(Frequency/PWM input)
(Shall be set to 1 for Frequency or PWM input)
0 = No source selected
1 = Frequency/PWM input 1, B1:18
2 = Frequency/PWM input 2, B1:28
0
0
2
P1JJM
Input pin to BBM for Second Accel Pedal Sensor 2
(Frequency/PWM input)
(Shall be set to 2 for Frequency or PWM input)
0 = No source selected
1 = Frequency/PWM input 1, B1:18
2 = Frequency/PWM input 2, B1:28
0
0
2
P1NWW
SW controlled pull-up resistor for the frequency/PWM input 1,
B1:28
0 = Deactivated
1 = Activated
0
1
1
P1NWX
SW controlled pull-up resistor for the frequency/PWM input 2,
B1:18
0 = Deactivated
1 = Activated
0
1
1
P1L8S [0]
Mode for BBM frequency/PWM input 1, B1:18
Shall be set to 1 when a Volvo accelerator pedal is used
0 = Frequency mode
1 = PWM mode
0
0
1
P1L8T [0]
Mode for BBM frequency/PWM input 2, B1:28
Shall be set to 1 when a Volvo accelerator pedal is used
0 = Frequency mode
1 = PWM mode
0
0
1
P1L8S [1]
PWM input 1 frequency (B1:18).
Used in PWM mode only.
Shall be set to 125 Hz. when a Volvo accelerator pedal is used
or simulated
(Unit: Hz)
0
140
600
P1L8T [1]
PWM input 2 frequency (B1:28).
Used in PWM mode only.
Shall be set to 125 Hz. when a Volvo accelerator pedal is used
or simulated
(Unit: Hz)
0
140
600
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P1L8S [2]
Percentage that correspond to 0 % throttle to input 1 (B1:18).
In frequency mode; the frequency in % between 0-600 Hz.
In PWM mode; the duty cycle in %.
In PWM mode, this value shall be 0%
(Unit: %)
0
0
100
P1L8T [2]
Percentage that correspond to 0 % throttle to input 2 (B1:28).
In frequency mode; the frequency in % between 0-600 Hz.
In PWM mode; the duty cycle in %.
In PWM mode, this value shall be 0%
(Unit: %)
0
0
100
P1L8S [3]
Percentage that correspond to 100 % throttle to input 1 (B1:18).
In frequency mode; the frequency in % between 0-600 Hz.
In PWM mode, this value shall be 100%.
(Unit: %)
0
100
100
P1L8T [3]
Percentage that correspond to 100 % throttle to input 2 (B1:28).
In frequency mode; the frequency in % between 0-600 Hz.
In PWM mode, this value shall be 100%.
(Unit: %)
0
100
100
P1JCE
Source for second accelerator pedal activation request
0 = Digital input
1 = Network request
2 = Digital input or network request
0
0
2
P1JCT
Park brake applied as condition to switch between accelerator
pedals
True/False
0
True
P1BRZ
Maximum vehicle speed to switch over to Second driver interface or to inhibit primary accelerator pedal
(Unit: km/h)
0
0
P1BVG [48]
Second driver interface enable request
Shall be set to value 4 to support secondary driver interface
100
4
Vehicle speed limitation
Valid when second driver interface (B1:19) is active.
Parameter
code
Description
Min
P1BJJ [0]
Second driver interface vehicle speed limit enable
True/False
P1BJJ [1]
Second driver interface vehicle speed limit speed
Default
value
Max
True
5
20
40
Note: If the speed is set lower than 30 km/h, ensure that the total gear ratio (chosen gear, rear axle ratio and tyre size) results
in an engine speed of about 1000 r/min. This is especially important for trucks with Powertronic gearbox.
Note: For trucks with manual gearbox: It may be necessary to
use a lower start gear than normal.
(Unit: km/h)
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Enabling second gear lever
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1EK4
Second Gear Lever enable
0 = Remote control of gearbox disabled
1 = Digital input command only
2 = BB CAN input command only
0
0
2
P1JCU
Park brake applied as condition to enable second gear lever
Not available in trucks with GSS-4BS1
True/False
False
1 Brake applied is a mandatory condition in trucks with buttons for gear selection and can therefore not be disabled.
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B1:22
Extra gear selector, forward (DI H).
B1:21
Extra gear selector, neutral (DI H).
B2:13
Extra gear selector, reverse (DI H).
B1:19
Second driver interface enable (DI H)
B3:16
Output supply 24 volt supply to be used for input signals (max. load 300 mA)
B1:18
Second Throttle, FI1 (PWM input 1)
B1:28
Second Throttle, FI2 (PWM input 2)
B3:15
Ground, analogue Ground connection for extra accelerator pedal
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Electronically controlled suspension (ECS)
Function
The ECS air suspension offers access for bodywork functions to control or influence the Electronic Controlled air
Suspension.
For equipment with support legs, such as cranes, it is required that the automatic level control of the air suspension
shall be switched off before forces are put on the legs. This
can be done via a digital input to BBM, or by a BB CAN request. It is recommended that the truck is set to a low position before the height control is switched off.
The kneeling function makes it possible to lower or lift the
front end, the rear end or make the truck parallel on request. The stroke of the kneeling function depends on vehicle type. The actual height value, for example when the
truck is lowered to the bump stops, can be read out using
Techtool Level Sensor, Test 72876–3. This value can then
be used to program as the target value for the kneeling
feature.
For equipment that brings lifting forces to the truck, such
as support legs for cranes, it is required that the automatic
height regulation of the air suspension shall be inhibited
before those forces are applied. This can be done via a
digital input to BBM or by a BB-CAN request.
Depending on the remaining air pressure in the suspension
bellows, at the time the height regulation is inhibited, the
height position of the truck can still change if the weight on
the truck changes. It is therefore recommend that the truck
is set to a low position before the height regulation is
inhibited.
The kneeling function can be used to lower the truck before
the height regulation is inhibited.
Ferry mode is used to lower the chassis to the bump stops.
This can be used when the truck shall be lashed on a ferry,
or in some other way be lowered by external forces.
Ferry mode shall not be used when there can be external
forces lifting the truck, as ferry mode will not leave any remaining air pressure in the spring bellows.
Ferry mode is requested by the air suspension hand control. A flexible switch is also available for mounting in the
instrument panel giving direct access to Ferry mode.
Alternative load distribution function can be used to transfer more load to the forward or rearmost rear axle. This can
be used, for example, when lifting a body with a hook lift
body from the ground.
Alternative load distribution is sold as conversion kits.
Please see Accessory Catalogue for further information or
contact your market company.
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Parameters
Note: The parking brake must be released to “wake up”
the ECS system each time the engine has been stopped
with the key.
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1B49
Suspension control by Digital Input to BBM
(B1:20 and B2:6)
0 = Digital input disabled
1 = Digital input for air suspension control enabled
0
1
1
P1B5A
Suspension control by network requests
0 = Network request disabled
1 = Network request enabled
0
0
1
P1B5B
Suspension kneeling, enabled
0 = Kneeling disabled
1 = Kneeling enabled
0
0
1
P1B5D
Inhibit height regulation control
0 = Inhibit regulation disabled
1 = Inhibit regulation enabled
0
1
1
P1CT4
Ferry level function enabled by flexible switch ID63, part number 21500737. Conversion kit part number 85140735 enables
this function.
0 = Disabled
1 =Enabled
0
0
1
P1CT9
Loading height function enabled by flexible switch ID61, part
number 21500735. Conversion kit part number 85140736 enables this function.
0 = Disabled
1 =Enabled
0
0
1
P1EXH
Kneeling enabled by flexible switch ID62, part number
21500736. Conversion kit part number 85140738 enables this
function.
True/False
P1E4D
Kneeling request type
BBM request can be to a hardwired input on the BBM or by a request over BB CAN
0 = Disabled
1 = Kneeling on flexible switch request
2 = Kneeling on BBM request
3 = Kneeling on flexible switch or BBM request
4 = Kneeling on flexible switch and BBM request
P1COJ
Kneeling on parking brake
Requires that switch and input requests are active at the same
time.
True/False
P1COK
Truck kneeling behaviour
0 = Front end
1 = Rear end
2 = Front and Rear
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4
True
0
0
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P1CJ11
Front kneeling height
Stroke depends on vehicle type
0 = Normal driving height
(Unit: mm)
-320
0
320
P1CJ21
Rear kneeling height
Stroke depends on vehicle type
0 = Normal driving height
(Unit: mm)
-320
0
320
1 The present height values from the truck can be read out in Techtool test 72876, Level sensors.
Related I/O description
B1:20
Kneeling, air suspension (DI H)
B2:6
Inhibit height control, air suspension (DI H)
B3:16
Switch supply, 24V
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Braking system access
Function
The truck braking system is prepared to support different types of bodywork. If any of the functions Parking
brake, Brake and park or Vehicle immobilisation is requested when the vehicle is in motion, the retardation
level will be determined by customer settings.
Supported functions are:
•
Remote controlled parking brake – The parking
brake can be released and reapplied from a remote
location.
•
Parking brake release inhibition – The parking
brake can be inhibited from being released.
•
Brake and Park – This function slows the truck
down and, when at standstill, automatically applies
the parking brake.
•
Full brakes – This function temporarily increases
the power of the parking brake by applying brakes
on all wheels.
Most functions related to the braking system must be
enabled with conversion kits.
Digital inputs for Braking system control are not provided in the default BBM pinout. This must be set with
an aftermarket tool (Techtool) for the desired function.
For some Braking system control functions, this is done
with a Conversion kit.
Note: The bodybuilder and end user shall ensure that
all Braking system control functions are used in a safe
way, without causing any additional risks. It should also
be ensured that the truck can be stopped in a safe way
in all situations, including during a fault condition such
as during communication between bodywork and truck.
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Remote control of parking brake — Requires BSYS-EBS
The parking brake can be remotely released and
reapplied.
This function is intended to be used when a truck shall be
moved from a remote position, and when the truck normally is brought to stillstand with some equipment other
that the wheel brakes. A typical example can be a hydrostatic driven truck used at low speed.
The remotely released parking brake can be reapplied at
high speed, but is not intended to be as the retardation will
be strong. Therefore this function shall not be used as the
main braking device.
The applied parking brake can be remotely released by
changing the status to two digital inputs to BBM. Then the
parking brake will be released as long as those digital inputs are active.
The two digital inputs must change polarity within 500 ms
to be considered as a valid request to release the parking
brake.
To reapply the parking brake, both of the inputs shall
change back to the original polarity, but if only one input
changes polarity or is lost the truck will immediately slow itself down and, at a given speed threshold, reapply the
parking brake.
The parking brake can also be released and reapplied using BB network requests.
If parking brake application is requested at vehicle speeds
of above 7 km/h (default) , the service brakes will be applied according to retardation values in parameter P1KML
until the vehicle speed is below 7 km/h. Then the parking
brake will reapply.
If the truck has been moved with the ordinary driveline, the
body builder must ensure that the drivline is opened before
the truck comes to standstill. This can be done by requesting Neutral gear or by using Autoneutral.
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The parking brake can only be released remotely while the
engine is running. If the engine should stall, the brake will
be automatically reapplied immediately, irrespective of vehicle speed.
A fully pneumatic, redundant emergency brake function,
for reapplying the parking brake, shall be installed by the
body builder. This is for use in situations where the truck
is intended to be driven from somewhere other than the
cab (such as from a sky lift or from a remote control).
It is strictly the responsibility that this emergency brake
function is installed and tested before the truck is taken
into use.
The parking brake can only be released remotely while the
engine is running. If the engine should stall during the time
the parking brake is remotely released, the brakes will immediately be reapplied.
The parking brake remote control function is enabled by
running a conversion kit. Two conversion kits are available:
Remote parking brake & Full brake: Volvo part number
85142182
Remote parking brake & Vehicle immobilisation: Volvo par
number 85142231
Related I/O description
BBM
pin
Function
Parameter setting for parking brake release
B1:27
Remote parking brake release request (DI L)
P1BVG [9] : source 33 (P.B. release request, low)
B2:12
Remote parking brake release request (DI H)
P1BVG [2] : source 18 (P.B. Release request, high)
When requesting parking brake release, both digital input low and digital input high must change polarity with a maximum
of 500 ms difference in time. If only one input changes polarity or is lost the truck will immediately slow itself down and, at
a given speed threshold, reapply the parking brake.
B2:3
Parking brake status signal (DO L)
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Parking brake release inhibit – Trucks built week 11, 2014 and after
This function inhibits the parking brake from being
released.
The function is intended to be used when it is requested
that the vehicle shall remain stationary, for example when
the support legs are out for a crane or when the hose of a
tank truck is connected.
Entry conditions for this function are that there is a request to a digital input and that the parking brake is applied. This function will then prevent the applied parking
brake from being released as long as the request input is
active. When Parking brake release inhibition is active,
and an attempt is made to release the parking brake, an
Icon will be shown in the instrument cluster display.
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If an emergency makes it necessary to release the parking
brake, even if the request input is active, this will be possible by applying an input to BBM, pin B2:12. After this has
been done, it will be possible to release the parking brake
within 30 seconds. This input should be from a monostable
switch, and the input must be removed after maximum
60 seconds.
The Parking brake release inhibition function is enabled by
running a conversion kit.
Parking brake release inhibition: Volvo part number:
85142232
Parameters
the parameters below can be set with conversion kit
85142232 (Parking Brake Release Inhibition)
Parameter code
Description
Kit, set
value
Default
value
P1KKF
Remote parking brake release inhibition enable by digital input to
BBM
0 = Function disabled
1 = Enabled for Digital Input
1
0
P1LHC
APM
Electronic Parking Brake Function, Release Inhibition Configuration
State
0 = Function disabled
1 = Function enabled
1
0
Related I/O description
BBM
pin
Function
Parameter setting for parking brake release inhibition function
B1:13
Parking brake release inhibition request (DI L)
P1BVG [62] : source 30 (P.B. release inhibition)
B2:12
Parking brake release inhibition, emergency override
(DI H)
P1BVG [63] : source 18 (P.B. Release inhibit
override)
B2:3
Parking brake status signal (DO L)
P1BVH [17] : function 34
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Vehicle immobilisation — Requires BSYS-EBS
This function is intended to be used when it is required
that the vehicle is stationary and is not allowed to be
moved.
Vehicle immobilisation can be also requested when the
truck is moving.
This function is used for RCV-trucks (included in variant
SPEED-DU) to prevent reversing with an occupied rear
footstep according to requirement in EN 1501-1.
The service brakes are used for this function and the
parking brake will not be applied. It is not permitted to use
this function as a parking brake.
The function will only be accessible in vehicle modes prerunning, running and start.
When Vehicle immobilisation is active, an Icon will be
shown in the instrument cluster display.
When vehicle immobilisation is active, the engine will be
forced to low idle by maximum torque reduction. For
RCVs the brakes will release first when the reverse gear
is disengaged. For all trucks, the vehicle immobilisation
function will release the brakes when the ignition is turned
off.
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Note: For all trucks; the vehicle immobilisation function
will release the brakes when the ignition is turned off.
Parameter
The Vehicle immobilisation function is enabled by running
a conversion kit. Two conversion kits are available:
Remote Immobilisation: Volvo part number 85142230
(RCV trucks)
Remote parking brake & Vehicle immobilisation: Volvo part
number 85142231
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1J5Y
Vehicle Immobilisation override function enable
0 = Function disabled
1 = Enabled
0
0
1
Related I/O description
Note that arrays 47 and 56, in parameter P1BVG, must be
set to the same value.
BBM
pin
Function
Parameter setting for vehicle immobilisation
B1:13
Vehicle immobilisation request (DI L)
P1BVG [47] (Vehicle immobilisation): source 30
P1BVG [56] (Vehicle immobilisation, redundant):
source 30
Pinout for trucks built with the variant SPEED-DU
B2:4
Vehicle speed limit 2
P1BVG [21] (RSL2 request): source 9
P1BVG [47] (Vehicle immobilisation): source 9
P1BVG [56] (Vehicle immobilisation, redundant ):
source 9
P1BVG [19] (Body instrument icon 4): source 9
B2:12
Vehicle immobilisation emergency override (DI H)
P1BVG [60]: source 18 (Vehicle immobilisation emergency override )
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Brake and Park — Requires BSYS-EBS
This function is intended to be used when it is requested
that the truck shall be automatically braked and then that
the parking brake shall be automatically applied. The Remote Brake and Park function can be requested when the
truck is moving. The retardation level will be 3 m/s2 (default) and the parking brake will be automaticlly applied
when the speed has come down to 1 km/h (default).
When brake and park is active, the engine will be forced
to low idle by maximum torque reduction during the braking sequence.
The body builder must ensure that the drivline is opened
when Brake and Park is requested to avoid that the low
idle engine speed will work against the brakes. This can
be done by requesting Neutral gear or by using Autoneutral at the same time as Brake and park is requested. If
the Brake and Park request is removed at speeds above
the speed at which the parking brake will apply, then the
service brakes will release and the parking brake will not
apply.
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Special conditions can be selected to avoid that this function is unintentionally exited.
An active remote Brake and Park is indicated by an Icon
in the instrument cluster.
Brake and park can, by default, only be requested below
10 km/h. Above that speed, no braking will be performed.
This function can be combined with the parking brake release inhibit function. If brake and park shall be used in
trucks with trailer, then the trailer shall be equipped with at
least ABS.
The two digital inputs shall be so connected in the bodywork, that a single fault does not result in that the brakes
are unintentionally applied.
The Brake and Park function is enabled by running a conversion kit.
Remote Brake and Park: Volvo part number 85142228
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Parameters
Parameter
code
Description
Min
Default
value
Max
P1KMK
Deceleration level for Brake and park function
(Unit: m/s2) — Negative values for deceleration
-4
-3
0
Related I/O description
BBM
pin
Function
Parameter setting for full brake function
B1:13
Remote brake and park request (DI L)
P1BVG [57]: source 30 (Brake and park)
Remote brake and park request (DI H)
P1BVG [58]: source 18 (Brake and park)
Vehicle immobilisation emergency override (DI H)
P1BVG [60]: source 18 (Vehicle immobilisation emergency override )
B2:12
When requesting parking brake release, both digital input low and digital input high must change polarity with a maximum
of 500 ms difference in time. If only one input changes polarity or is lost the truck will immediately slow itself down and, at
a given speed threshold, reapply the parking brake.
B2:3
Parking brake status signal (DO L)
P1BVH [17]: function 34
Full brake (all wheel brake) — Requires BSYS-EBS
This function applies service brakes on all wheels of the
vehicle.
This function is intended to be used when it is requested
that a vehicle at standstill (a tow truck for example) shall
have the highest possible brake force on all wheels.
When the full brake function is enabled and requested,
brake force will only be applied on all wheels when the engine is running, the vehicle speed is zero, and the parking
brake is applied.
An icon in the instrument cluster will indicate the active full
brake.
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When the parking brake is released (from the cab or by remote) then “full brake” will also be released, even if the request for “full brake” is still active.
Note: Note that Full brake is only available when the engine is running. This means that the Full brake feature will
deactivate at “key off”.
A requested engine shut off will for this reason be delayed
by two seconds when the Full brake feature is active.
Full brakes shall be only used when necessary due to the
higher air consumption and fatigue of brake components.
The Full brake feature shall not be used in combination
with long distance optimised brakes, variant RBRA-D41
The digital input shall be of edge type (monostable switch)
and must be repeated at each activation.
The Full brake function is enabled by running a conversion
kit.
Remote parking brake & Full brake: Volvo part number
85142182
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Related I/O description
BBM
pin
Function
Parameter setting for parking brake release
B1:13
Full brake request (DI L)
P1BVG [0]: source 30 (Full brake)
Full pneumatic redundant emergency brake function
The diagram shown here describes the connection of the
full pneumatic redundant emergency brake function
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A — Truck
B — Remote location (Such as a sky lift workman basket)
C — Air Production Modulator (APM)
D — Emergency switch, part number: 25328623
E — Air distributor - 3/2, part number: 25572748
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Fleet management system (FMS) preparation kit
Including preparation for tachograph information
download.
Function
By using the FMS Gateway (Fleet Management System)
it is possible to install external transport information systems in a vehicle, since the interface uses an open standard that is used by all the major truck manufacturers.
FMS Gateway allows you to use the same transport information system for all vehicles in your fleet, even if the vehicles come from different manufacturers. The purpose of
FMS Gateway is to act as an interface that receives signals from the vehicle network, translates them to the FMS
standard and then forwards them to an external FMS unit.
T9077158
WARNING
FMS Gateway connector is located inside the instrument panel.
It is strictly forbidden to connect to the internal CAN
buses. This could severely affect the drivability of the
truck.
Ordering FMS Gateway - Accessory
For ordering the FMS preparation kit please refer to the
Accessories Catalogue which can be accessed from the
VBI site.
Installation of external FMS (non Volvo)
For connection of power, ground and ignition signals see
the VBI document “Standard Equipment” in chapter 4.
Connection of CAN signals
The cables from the FMS Gateway are mounted on:
A - FMS Gateway connector Part number 20367824
B - Connector from external transport information system
FMS:6 = CAN-H (yellow wire)
FMS:9 = CAN-L (green wire)
Twisted wires, 40 turns per meter.
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Requirement
The FMS Gateway is equipped with a 120 Ohm terminating resistor. It is the responsibility of the installer of
the external FMS unit to ensure that the external CAN
link from the FMS Gateway is terminated correctly.
If only an FMS unit is connected to the FMS Gateway,
the FMS unit should be terminated with a 120 Ohms resistor. For more details see SAE J1939
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Signals from control unit FMS Gateway corresponds to FMS standard
version 3
The Description column contains English terminology from
the SAE J1939 standard ( www.sae.org).
Further information regarding the FMS standard is available at: www.fms-standard.com
All messages may not be available depending on the vehicle configuration.
Note: The messages from the FMS Gateway are only
available when the ignition is on (interrupted during start).
AIR1 —Air Supply Pressure
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65198/FEAE
Transmission repetition rate: 1000 ms
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
SPN
Description
Service brake Air pressure, circuit 1 (front circuit)
16
8
1087
Resolution: 8 kPa/bit. Offset: 0
Data range: 0 to 2000 kPa, 254 = Error, 255 = Not available
Service brake Air pressure, circuit 2 (rear circuit)
8
24
1088
Resolution: 8 kPa/bit. Offset: 0
Data range: 0 to 2000 kPa, 254 = Error, 255 = Not available.
AMB Ambient conditions
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65269/FEF5
Transmission repetition rate: 1000 ms
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
SPN
Description
Ambient air temperature
24
16
171
Resolution: 0,03125 deg C/bit. Offset: -273 deg. C.
Data range: -273 to 1735 deg C.
65024 - 65279 = Error, 65280 - 65535 = Not available.
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AT1T1I Aftertreatment 1 Diesel Exhaust Fluid Tank 1 Information
Transmission repetition rate: 1000 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65110/FE56
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
Description
SPN
After-treatment 1 Diesel Exhaust Fluid Tank 1 Level
0
8
1761
Resolution: 0,4 % /bit. Offset: 0
Data range: 0 to 100 %. 254 = Error, 255 = Not available
CCVS_X_BBM – Cruise Control / Vehicle speed
Transmission repetition rate: 100 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65265/FEF1
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
SPN
Description
Wheel-based vehicle speed
8
16
84
Resolution: 1/256 km/h/bit. Offset: 0
Data range: 0 to 250,996 km/h,
65024 - 65279 = Error, 65280 - 65535 = Not available.
Cruise control active
24
2
595
0 / 00
Cruise control switched off
1 / 01
Cruise control switched on (enabled)
2 / 10
Error indicator
3 / 11
Not available
Brake switch
28
2
597
0 / 00
Brake pedal released
1 / 01
Brake pedal depressed
2 / 10
Error indicator
3 / 11
Not available
Clutch switch
30
2
598
0 / 00
Clutch pedal released
1 / 01
Clutch pedal depressed
2 / 10
Error indicator
3 / 11
Not available
PTO governor state
48
5
976
0 / 00000
Off/disabled
5 / 00101
Set
31 / 11111
Not available
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CVW-Combination Vehicle Weight
Transmission repetition rate: 10000 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65136/FE70
Signals (Detailed)
Length
(bits)
Start
bit6
Description
SPN
Gross Combination Vehicle Weight
16
16
Resolution: 10 kg/bit. Offset: 0
1760
Data range: 0 to 642550 kg
DD Dash Display
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65276/FEFC
Transmission repetition rate: 1000 ms
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
Description
SPN
Fuel level 1
8
8
96
Resolution: 0.4% /bit. Offset: 0
Data range: 0 to 100%, 254 = Error, 255 = Not available
DI Driver identification
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65131/FE6B
Transmission repetition rate: 10000 ms
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
SPN
Description
Driver 1 identification, Driver 2 identification
0
32
1625/1626
Sent as ASCII characters
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EEC1 Electronic Engine Controller 1
Transmission repetition rate: 20 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 61444/F004
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
Description
SPN
Actual engine – percent torque
16
8
513
Resolution: 1% /bit. Offset: -125%
Data range: -125 to 125%. Operational range: 0 to 125%
254 Error ; 255 Not available
Engine speed
16
24
190
Resolution: 0,125 rpm/bit. Offset: 0 rpm
Data range: 0 to 8031.875 rpm
65024 - 65279 Error ; 65280 - 65535 Not available
EEC2 Electronic Engine Controller 2
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 61443/F003
Transmission repetition rate: 50 ms
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
Description
SPN
Primary Accelerator pedal position (available also when pedal is
disabled)
8
8
91
Resolution: 0.4% /bit. Offset: 0
Data range: 0 to 100%, 254 = Error, 255 = Not available.
Engine percent load at current speed
16
8
92
Resolution: 1% /bit. Offset: 0
Data range: 0 to 250%. Operational range: 0 to 125%
254 = Error, 255 = Not available
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ERC1–Electronic Retarder Controller 1
Transmission repetition
rate: 100 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 61440/F000
Signals (Detailed)
Length
(bits)
Start
bit6
Description
SPN
Retarder Torque Mode
0
4
Resolution: 16 states/bit. Offset: 0
900
Data Range: 0 to 15
Actual Retarder - Percent Torque
8
8
Resolution: 1 % /bit. Offset: -125 %.
520
Data Range: -125 to 125 %. Operational Range: -125% to 0 %.
Retarder Selection, non-engine
48
8
1760
Resolution: 0,4 % /bit. Offset: 0 %.
Data Range: 0 to 100 %.
ET1 Engine Temperature
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65262/FEEE
Transmission repetition rate: 1000 ms
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
SPN
Description
Engine coolant temperature
0
8
110
Resolution: 1 deg C/bit. Offset: -40 deg C.
Data range: -40 to 210 deg C, 254 = Error, 255 = Not available
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FMS standard Interface Identity/Capabilities
Transmission repetition rate: 10000 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 64977/FDD1
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
Description
SPN
Diagnostics supported
0
2804
2
0 / 00
Diagnostics is not supported
1 / 01
Diagnostics is supported
2 / 10
Reserved
3 / 11
Don’t care
Requests supported
2
2805
2
0 / 00
Request is not supported
1 / 01
Request is supported
2 / 10
Reserved
3 / 11
Don’t care
SW-version supported
8
32
2806
Sent as ASCII characters
Version number in the format ab.cd. Each 8 bits.
FMS1_FMS Tell Tale Status
Transmission repetition rate: 1000 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 64893/FD7D
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
SPN
Description
Telltale Block ID
0
4
-
0-14 / 0000-1110
See table for block ID and telltale ID
15 / 1111
Don’t care
Telltale Status
4,8,12,16,
20,24,28,32,
36,40,44,
48,52,56,60
Each 3
bits
-
0 / 000
Off
1 / 001
Condition Red
2 / 010
Condition Yellow
3 / 011
Condition Info
4 / 100
Reserved
5 / 101
Reserved
6 / 110
Reserved
7 / 111
Not available
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Table for Telltale status:
Block ID
Telltale
status
Telltail ID
SPN
Name
0
1
1
27
Cooling air conditioning
0
2
2
82
High beam, main beam
0
3
3
83
Low beam, dipped beam
0
4
4
84
Turn signals
0
5
5
85
Hazard warning
0
6
6
100
Provision for the disabled or handicapped persons
0
7
7
238
Parking Brake
0
8
8
239
Brake failure/brake system malfunction
0
9
9
242
Hatch open
0
10
10
245
Fuel level
0
11
11
246
Engine coolant temperature
0
12
12
247
Battery charging condition
0
13
13
248
Engine oil
0
14
14
456
Position light,side lights
0
15
15
633
Front fog light
1
1
16
634
Rear fog light
1
2
17
637
Park Heating
1
3
18
640
Engine / Mil indicator
1
4
19
717
Service, call for maintenance
1
5
20
1168
Transmission fluid temperature
1
6
21
1396
Transmission failure/malfunction
1
7
22
1407
Anti-lock brake system failure
1
8
23
1408
Worn brake linings
1
9
24
1422
Windscreen washer fluid/windshield washer fluid
1
10
25
1434
Tire failure/malfunction
1
11
26
1603
Malfunction/general failure
1
12
27
2426
Engine oil temperature
1
13
28
2427
Engine oil level
1
14
29
2429
Engine coolant level
1
15
30
2440
Steering fluid level
2
1
31
2441
Steering failure
2
2
32
2461
Height Control (Levelling)
2
3
33
2574
Retarder
2
4
34
2596
Engine Emission system failure (Mil indicator)
2
5
35
2630
ESC indication
2
6
36
-
Brake lights
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2
37
-
Articulation
Stop Request
2
8
38
-
2
9
39
-
Pram request
2
10
40
-
Bus stop brake
2
11
41
2946
AdBlue level
2
12
42
-
Raising
2
13
43
-
Lowering
2
14
44
-
Kneeling
2
15
45
-
Engine compartment temperature
3
1
46
-
Auxillary air pressure
3
2
47
2432
Air filter clogged
3
3
48
2452
Fuel filter differential pressure
3
4
49
249
Seat belt
EBS
3
5
50
-
3
6
51
2682
Lane departure indication
3
7
52
-
Advanced emergency braking system
3
8
53
2681
ACC
3
9
54
no
Trailer connected
3
10
55
2444/2445
ABS Trailer 1,2
3
11
56
2108
Airbag
3
12
57
-
EBS Trailer 1,2
3
13
58
-
Tachograph indication
3
14
59
2649
ESC switched off
3
15
60
-
Lane departure warning switched off
Fuel Economy (Liquid)
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65266/FEF2
Transmission repetition rate: 100 ms
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
SPN
Description
Fuel rate
0
16
183
Resolution: 0,05 l/h / bit. Offset: 0
Data range: 0 to 3212,75 l/h.
65024 - 65279 = Error, 65280 - 65535 = Not available
Instantaneous fuel economy
16
16
184
Resolution: 1/512 km/l / bit. Offset: 0
Data range: 0 to 125,5 km/l.
65024 - 65279 = Error, 65280 - 65535 = Not available
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HOURS Engine Hours, Revolutions
Transmission repetition rate: 1000 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65253/FEE5
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
Description
SPN
Engine total hours of operation
Resolution: 0,05 h/bit . Offset: 0
0
32
247
Data range: 0 to 210554060,75 hr.
4261412864 – 4278190079 = Error, 4278190080 - 4294967295= Not
available
HRLFC High Resolution Fuel Consumption
Transmission repetition rate: 1000 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 64777/FD09
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
Description
SPN
High Resolution Engine Total Fuel Used
32
32
Resolution: 0, 001 l. /bit. Offset: 0
5054
Data range: 0 to 4211081 l.
LFC Fuel Consumption
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65257/FEE9
Transmission repetition rate: 1000 ms
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
SPN
Description
Engine total fuel used
Resolution: 0,05 l / bit. Offset: 0
32
32
250
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Data range: 0 to 2105540607,5 l.
4261412864 – 4278190079 = Error, 4278190080 – 4294967295 = Not
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PTODE
Transmission repetition rate:
100 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 64932/FDA4
Signals (Detailed)
Start
bit
Length
(bits)
Description
SPN
At least one PTO engaged
48
3948
2
0 / 00
No PTO activated
1 / 01
At least on PTO activated
2 / 10
Error
3 / 11
Not available
Service
Transmission repetition rate: 1000 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65216/FEC0
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
Description
SPN
Service distance
8
16
914
Resolution: 5 km/bit. Offset: -160635 km
Data Range: -160,635 to 160,640 km
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TCO 1 Tachograph
Transmission repetition rate: 50 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65132/FE6C
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
SPN
Description
Driver 1 working state
0
3
1612
0 / 000
Rest - sleeping
1 / 001
Driver available – short break
2 / 010
Work – loading, unloading, working in an
office
3 / 011
Drive – behind wheel
4 / 100
Reserved
5 / 101
Reserved
6 / 110
Error
7 / 111
Not available
Driver 2 working state
3
3
1613
0 / 000
Rest - sleeping
1 / 001
Driver available – short break
2 / 010
Work – loading, unloading, working in an
office
3 / 011
Drive – behind wheel
4 / 100
Reserved
5 / 101
Reserved
6 / 110
Error
7 / 111
Not available
Vehicle motion
6
2
1611
0 / 00
Vehicle motion not detected
1 / 01
Vehicle motion detected
2 / 10
Error
3 / 11
Not available
Driver 1 time related states
8
4
1617
Vehicle electronics
ENG141235716
0 / 0000
Normal / no limits reached
1 / 0001
Limit #1 – 15 min before 4½ h.
2 / 0010
Limit #2 – 4½ h. reached
3 / 0011
Limit #3 – 15 min before 9 h.
4 / 0100
Limit #4 – 9 h. reached
5 / 0101
Limit #5 – 15 min before 16 h.
(not having 8 h. rest during last 24 h.)
6 / 0110
Limit #6 – 16 h. reached
7 / 0111
Reserved
8 / 1000
Reserved
9 / 1001
Reserved
FM (4), FH (4)
Date 5.18
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10 / 1010
Reserved
11 / 1011
Reserved
12 / 1100
Reserved
13 / 1101
Other
14 / 1110
Error
15 / 1111
Not available.
Driver card, driver 1
12
2
1615
0 / 00
Driver card not present
1 / 01
Driver card present
2 / 10
Error
3 / 11
Not available
Vehicle overspeed
14
2
1614
0 / 00
No overspeed
1 / 01
Overspeed
2 / 10
Error
3 / 11
Not available
Driver 2 time related states
16
4
1618
0 / 0000
Normal / no limits reached
1 / 0001
Limit #1 – 15 min before 4½ h
2 / 0010
Limit #2 – 4½ h. reached
3 / 0011
Limit #3 – 15 min before 9 h
4 / 0100
Limit #4 – 9 h. reached
5 / 0101
Limit #5 – 15 min before 16 h.
(not having 8 h. rest during last 24 h.)
6 / 0110
Limit #6 – 16 h. reached
7 / 0111
Reserved
8 / 1000
Reserved
9 / 1001
Reserved
10 / 1010
Reserved
11 / 1011
Reserved
12 / 1100
Reserved
13 / 1101
Other
14 / 1110
Error
15 / 1111
Not available.
Driver card, driver 2
20
2
1616
0 / 00
Driver card not present
1 / 01
Driver card present
2 / 10
Error
3 / 11
Not available
Vehicle electronics
ENG141235716
FM (4), FH (4)
Date 5.18
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System event
24
2
1622
0 / 00
No tachograph event
1 / 01
Tachograph event
2 / 10
Error
3 / 11
Not available
Handling information
26
2
1621
0 / 00
No handling information
1 / 01
Handling information
2 / 10
Error
3 / 11
Not available
Tachograph performance
28
2
1620
0 / 00
Normal performance
1 / 01
Performance analysis
2 / 10
Error
3 / 11
Not available
Direction indicator
30
2
1619
0 / 00
Forward
1 / 01
Reverse
2 / 10
Error
3 / 11
Not available
Tachograph vehicle speed
48
16
1624
Resolution: 1/256 km/h per bit. Offset: 0
Data range: 0 to 250,996 km/h.
65024 - 65279 = Error, 65280 - 65535 = Not available
VDHR High Resolution Vehicle Distance
Transmission repetition rate: 1000 ms
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65217/FEC1
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
SPN
Description
Total vehicle distance High resolution
0
32
917
Resolution: 5 m/bit. Offset: 0
Data range: 0 to 21055406000 km.
4261412864 – 4278190079 = Error, 4278190080 - 4294967295= Not available
Vehicle electronics
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FM (4), FH (4)
Date 5.18
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VI Vehicle Identification
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65260/FEEC
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65217/FEC1
Signals (Detailed)
Length
(bits)
Start bit
Description
SPN
BBM vehicle identification number, VIN
136
0
Sent as ASCII characters
237
TP.CM (PGN 00EC00) with a minimum of two TP.DT (PGN 00EB00) will be
used
VW Vehicle Weight
Parameter group number (Dec/Hex): 65258/FEEA
Transmission repetition rate: 1000 ms
Signals (Detailed)
Start bit
Length
(bits)
Description
SPN
Tire location
0
4
928
4
4
0-14 / 0000-1110
Bit-mapped, counting left to right facing forward
15 / 1111
Not available
Axle location,(up to 15 axle positions are supported)
0-14 / 0000-1110
Bit-mapped, counting front to back
15 / 1111
Not available
Axle load
Resolution: 0,5 kg/bit. Offset: 0
8
16
582
Data range: 0 to 32127,5 kg
FExx
Error
FFxx
Not available
Vehicle electronics
ENG141235716
FM (4), FH (4)
Date 5.18
Release 18
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Vehicle electronics
ENG141235716
FM (4), FH (4)
Date 5.18
Release 18
Page 131 (132)
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