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LOCK 0002831 - Caterpillar

0002831 LOCK Caterpillar parts LOCK
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Table 1
Description Access Level Expiration Date ID1 ID2
Operator 2 Standard "- - - - - " 58396874 52398427
Operator 1 Standard "- - - - - " 86935748 87458963
Key 2 Standard 10/24/2000 12:00am 36454896 65842781
Key 1 Standard 6/15/2000 6:00pm 23548719 65842781
John Master "- - - - - " 0 59377777
Foreman Master "- - - - - " 23548719 36525897 ID1 & ID2 (ID & ID2)The ID that is stored in the electronic key is a 16 digit number that is displayed as two 8 digit numbers in the Caterpillar Electronic Technician (ET). These fields are known as ID1 and ID2. When the numbers are combined the complete ID number is formed. The ECM uses this ID to associate a key to the set of parameters in the list of keys. In Table 1, the fourth entry and the sixth entry have the same ID1. These keys are still unique since ID2 is different. Entries in the list may have the same information for the following items: Description, Access Level and Expiration Date. You may choose a description of eleven characters or less for each key in the list of keys. There can be multiple entries in the list with the same description. Create a description so that the key describes either the owner of the key or the function of the user.Note: It is advisable not to make duplicate descriptions for the electronic keys. Access Level
You may assign one of two access levels to a key in the list of keys. The levels are either "Standard" or "Master". Both access levels allow the key to disarm the system for operation. The master access level also gives the user the ability to modify the settings of the Machine Security System with the Caterpillar Electronic Technician (ET).The standard access level is for normal operation of the machine. The master access level should be restricted to those persons that need to modify the settings of the Machine Security System. Expiration Date
An expiration date may be assigned to any key in the list of keys. This expiration date is defined in six hour intervals on a given date. The third entry and the fourth entry in Table 1 contain an expiration date. For all of the other keys in Table 1, the column with the expiration date is filled with "Dash lines". "Dash lines" indicates that those entries do not have an expiration date. The Machine Security System has an internal clock. Once the internal clock has passed the expiration date for a key, that key will no longer disarm the system. However, the entry will not be deleted from the list of keys. A new expiration date can be set, or the feature can be disabled. A possible use for the expiration date is used in conjunction with a rental contract.Note: If the machine is running when the expiration date and time is reached, the machine will continue to run. When the machine is shut down and the 30 second grace period

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