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ENGINE AR-COMPLETE 1246720 - Caterpillar



1246720 ENGINE AR-COMPLETE Caterpillar parts 3406C ENGINE
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124-6720
1246720
Caterpillar 1246720 ENGINE AR-COMPLETE

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Downloading the Logged Data
A personal computer with an available RS232 or RS485 port is necessary to download the logged data. An RS485 to RS232 converter will be required if only an RS232 port is available on the personal computer. Any device used to capture the data must be capable of accepting continuous data at 19,200 baud to a total of approximately one megabyte. Contact CSTG for information on how to interface the fuel flow display and personal computer in order to download the data logged information. The data logged, which is stored inside of the display, is not cleared after a download and will be retained even if power is removed to the display.
Set up the fuel flow display to download the data. Press the PRINT key on the display keypad and the display will show PRINT LOG DATA NOW? and prompts Fl-YES and FSNO. Do not push any other key pads and setup the personal computer to accept the logged file.Note: The fuel flow display data logger does not have to be turned off (LOGGING OFF) while downloading to a personal computer. Logging will be suspended automatically while the fuel flow display downloads data to the personal computer and then resumes when the download is complete.
Set up the personal computer to accept the data to be downloaded from the fuel flow display. For a personal computer running Windows95, the HyperTerminal program will be utilized to capture the data file from the fuel flow display and then store it.
When using the HyperTerminal program in Windows95, open the HyperTerminal program by using the Windows95 ... Start. Programs ... Accessories ... HyperTerminal. HyperTerminal menu sequence.
Set up the HyperTerminal by selecting whether the COM1 or COM2 port will be used to capture data on the personal computer.
Type in COM1 Direct for using COM1 port or COM2 Direct for using COM2 port for the name of the new connection. Click on OK.
Click on the down arrow to the right of Connect Using and choose Direct to Com1 or Direct to Com2 depending on whether using the COM 1 or COM2 port.
Choose 19200 for Bits per Second, 8 for Data Bits, None for Parity, 1 for Stop bits, and None for Flow Control. Click on OK to save this setup.
Select the Call pull-down window and then select Disconnect to reset capture before transferring the data file.
Select Transfer on the menu bar of the HyperTerminal and then select submenu item "Capture Text ... ". The HyperTerminal will respond by offering the default file name of CAPTURE.TEXT. Accept this default or choose another file name and directory location. Click on OK when ready to capture the data file. The HyperTerminal program is now waiting for the data file from the fuel flow display.
Press the F1 key on the fuel flow display, which will start the transmission of the formatted ASCII data to the personal computer.
Watch the transfer of the logged data scroll by on the personal computer display. The transfer is complete when END-OF-DATA is

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