Perkins EST Diagnostic Interface Compact Adapter

Diagnostic Interface Perkins EST Compact Adapter is intended for diagnostics of electronic engines for Perkins.
Perkins EST Diagnostic Interface is a compact diagnostic unit, which is a set of hardware and software (comprehensive parts and service system or “TIPSS”), which the user can use to communicate with the 2300/2800 electronic engines Perkins (FG Wilson 300 – 750 KVA range ) and FG Wilson panel PowerWizard. This connection is via J1939 data link. In general, EST interface kit provides the user with an effective tool for diagnosing problems engine and the ability to configure the system.
Essential in replacing or upgrading FG Wilson PowerWizard control panel module – the new standard in FG Wilson control systems. Empty module can be configured using EST (installing the base flash file into an empty module PowerWizard).

Diagnostic Interface Perkins EST Compact Adapter allows you to:
Upload, download and save files in the client configuration.
View PowerWizard third-level passwords.
Update software version PowerWizard customer control panels, as required.
Install additional language files PowerWizard, as required.

The set of diagnostic tools Perkins EST includes:
Perkins EST Scanner
1. Perkins EST Interface
2. 6 pin and 9-pin cable
3. 25-pin cable

Perkins EST Diagnostic Adapter contains the following features:
Overriding PowerWizard level three passwords
Configure and / or change system parameters
Display graphics and logs state parameters
Displays the status of a group of parameters (temperature, pressure, etc.)
View and clear active and logged diagnostic codes
View and clear active and logged event codes
Display, view or change the current configuration to a file or Baseline Flash File
Upload, download and save configuration files
View a list of violations recorded by ECM (engine control module)
Run the diagnostic tests
Perform calibration
Print reports and diagnostic results.

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