FW Murphy PowerView™ / MurphyLink™ / J1939

The PowerView™ Series comprises the PowerView™ family of displays and PowerView™ analog gages. The PowerView™ displays are multifunction tools that enable equipment operators to view many different engine or transmission parameters and service codes. PowerView™ analog gages communicate with the PowerView™ displays, providing a window into modern electronic engines and transmissions. RJ Mann & Associates, Inc. offers a selection of wiring harnesses that connect the different displays to the PVA gages.

 

PowerView™ - Model PV101-A

murphy.PV101-AThe PowerView™ Model PV101-A, Murphy’s powerful display in the J1939 MurphyLink® family of components, provides a window into modern electronic engines and transmissions. The PV101-A display is a multifunction tool which enables equipment operators to view many standard engine and transmission parameters as well as active and stored trouble codes. The display can show either a single parameter or a quadrant display showing four parameters simultaneously. Diagnostic capabilities include codes with text translation for the most common fault conditions. The enhanced alarm indication has ultra-bright alarm and shutdown LEDs (amber and red).

The PV101-A features include:

OEM Menu - This password protected menu offers access to MODBUS Setup, Engine Speed Control ON/OFF, and other critical menu items that require restricted access.

Multiple language options − Russian, Czech, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, and Japanese models have been added to the line of existing languages (English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian).

Fuel Sender Input − select between backlight dimmer function or fuel level. Can be calibrated to use non-Murphy fuel senders.

Service Reminders – 5 service reminders allow users to set hours for: Change Engine Oil, Change Air Filters, Change Hydraulic Oil, Service Engine, and Service Machine.

Select Source Address – select the exact address the PV101-A will claim on the Bus.

Select CANBUS Data Rate – allows user to select CANBUS data rate.

Other components in the MurphyLink system include micro-processor-based PowerView™ Analog (PVA) Gages for displaying critical engine data broadcast by an electronic engine or transmission’s Engine Control Unit (ECU); engine RPM, oil pressure, coolant temperature, system voltage, and a combination audible alarm and relay unit for warning and shutdown annunciation. Up to 32 components may be linked to the PowerView using a simple daisy chain wire connection scheme using RS485. The PowerView and all connected components can be powered by either 12 or 24-volt systems. Download the Sales Bulletin to review all the engine and transmission parameters displayed by the PowerView. The PowerView can display these parameters in all available languages, as well as in English or Metric units.

Literature

• Sales Bulletin (pdf)
• User's Guide (pdf)
• Troubleshooting Guide (pdf)
• SAE J1939 Parameters (pdf)
• Wiring Diagrams (pdf)
• Wiring Harness Accessories (pdf)
• Modbus Holding Registers (pdf)
• Error Messages (pdf)
• Fuel Sender Calibration (pdf)

PowerView™ - Model PV101-C

murphy.PV101-CThe PowerView™ PV101-C display is a multifunction tool that enables equipment operators to view standard engine and transmission parameters as well as active and stored trouble codes. The display can show a single parameter or a four-parameter simultaneous display. Diagnostic capabilities include codes with text description for most common fault conditions. The enhanced alarm indicators have ultra-bright alarm and shutdown LEDs (amber and red).

The PowerView™ PV101-C display is designed for use on modern electronic engines and equipment applications using SAE1939 Controller Area Network and is Tier 4 emissions compliant. The unit displays over 50 standard SAE J1939 parameters broadcast by engine and transmission ECU's. It displays active and ECU-stored faults with text description for diagnosing equipment malfunctions.

The PV101-C has many features including:

Tier 4 Emissions Implementation - Three icons indicating Active Regeneration, Inhibit Regeneration, and Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Restricted. Menu offers Auto DPF Regen and Request DPF Regen.

OEM Menu - A password protected menu offers access to MODBUS Setup, Engine Speed Control ON/OFF, and other critical menu items that require restricted access.

TSCI (Torque Speed Control) - Allows user to set run speed via CAN if supported by engine manufacturer.

Additional 4-Up Screen - Allows user to have two 4-Up screens to toggle between. Second user configurable screen is defaulted to show Tier 4 Parameters; DEF Level (Diesel Exhaust Fluid Level), DPF Active Regen Status, Exhaust Filter Outlet Temp, and Exhaust Filter Inlet Temperature.

Multiple language options − Russian, Czech, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, and Japanese models have been added to the line of existing languages (English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian).

Sender Input − select between backlight dimmer function or fuel level. Can be calibrated to use non-Murphy fuel senders.

Service Reminders – 5 service reminders allow users to set hours for: Change Engine Oil, Change Air Filters, Change Hydraulic Oil, Service Engine, and Service Machine.

Select Source Address – select the exact address the PV101 will claim on the Bus.

Select CANBUS Data Rate – allows user to select CANBUS data rate.

PV101-C Configuration Tool – allows users to create, view, edit and download configurations for the PV101 using their computer.

The PV101-C Display is compatible with all our current PVA gages, as well as additional J1939 I/O modules.

Other components in the MurphyLink system include micro-processor-based PowerView™ Analog (PVA) Gages for displaying critical engine data broadcast by an electronic engine or transmission’s Engine Control Unit (ECU); engine RPM, oil pressure, coolant temperature, and system voltage. A combination audible alarm/relay unit offers warning and shutdown alerts. Up to 32 components may be linked to the PowerView using a simple daisy chain wire connection scheme using RS485. The PowerView and all connected components can be powered by either 12 or 24 volt systems. Download the Sales Bulletin to review all the engine and transmission parameters displayed by the PowerView. The PowerView can display these parameters in all available languages, as well as in English or Metric units.

Literature

• Sales Bulletin (pdf)
• User's Guide (pdf)
• Troubleshooting Guide (pdf)
• SAE J1939 Parameters (pdf)
• Wiring Diagrams (pdf)
• Wiring Harness Accessories (pdf)
• Modbus Holding Registers (pdf)
• Error Messages (pdf)
• Fuel Sender Calibration (pdf)
• Tier 4 General Information (pdf)
• PV101-C Configuration Tool (v3.2) Sales Bulletin (pdf)
• PV101-C Configuration Software (v3.2) Installation and Operations Manual (pdf)

PowerView™ - Model PV450

murphy.PV450The PowerView™ 450 display is the smaller, sleeker version of the PowerView™ 750 full color display. The PV450 display has been redesigned for tighter spaces. With a smaller screen and streamlined design using fewer components, it delivers the same performance as the PV750 in a compact package. The PV450 display is designed for small-to-medium machines. In addition, the PV450 display meets the requirements for Tier 4 and Stage IIIB/IV emissions monitoring from the factory.

The PowerView™ 450 display features a freely configurable design. Any of the major components can be custom engineered to meet your exact needs. It’s an incredible amount of customization with minimal non-recurring engineering costs. You can change the shape of the bezel and buttons. You can rework the I/O board to add extra inputs. You can add custom graphics and company branding to the interface. The PowerView™ 450 display is compatible with PowerVision™ Configuration Studio, so you can continue to make quick and easy changes to the display.

Features

• Compact CAN-based display to fit your application with freely configurable design
• Customize the bezel, buttons, I/O interface and more
• Easy-to-use PowerVision™ Configuration Studio
• Bonded LCD screen viewable in direct sunlight
• Rugged / Reliable Design
• Data Logging capability

Literature

• Sales Bulletin (pdf)
• Installation and Operations Manual (pdf)
• Sales Flyer (pdf)

PowerView™ - Model PV750

murphy.PV750The PowerView™ 750 display features a fully modular design. Any of the major components can be redesigned and assembled to meet your exact needs. It’s an incredible amount of customization with minimal non-recurring engineering costs. You can change the shape of the bezel and buttons. You can rework the I/O board to add extra inputs. You can add custom graphics and company branding to the interface. Supports J1939, NMEA 2000 (GPS) and CANOpen protocols.

The PowerView™ 750 display also has configuration software for OEM's available, so you can continue to make quick and easy changes to the onscreen display. With the PV750 display, you may customize 100+ parameters, plus diagnostic codes and onscreen text. Link bitmaps to parameter data for graphic alarms, or upload your own bitmaps to design uniquely customized screens designs - including logos, instrument layout, machine graphics and more. You may send updates easily through a standard USB interface and translate to multiple languages. Best of all - you can now integrate video.

Features

• CAN-based display with fully modular design
• Customize the bezel, buttons, I/O interface and more
• Configuration software for OEMs available
• Bonded LCD screen viewable in direct sunlight
• Rugged / reliable design

Literature

• Sales Bulletin (pdf)
• Installation and Operations Manual (pdf)
• Sales Flyer (pdf)
• Sales Brochure (pdf)

PowerView™ - Model PV10 Diagnostic Display

murphy.PV10The PV10 Diagnostic display is a CAN device that receives data from a controller or ECU and then displays Active and Stored Fault messages and Engine Hours. The default mode provides hourmeter data from the ECU for cumulative engine hours.

The PV10 is equipped with two buttons to quickly elect between Active or Stored Faults, a graphic display, two LED's to indicate the Active fault's Alarm or Shutdown status in a sealed enclosure that matches the PowerView™ line of gages. Fault messages are formatted to display SPN (Suspect Parameter Number), FMI (Failure Mode Indicator) and OC (Occurrence Count) codes that conform to the SAEJ1939 protocol. Up to 32 Active or Stored messages may be displayed/cycled at a rate of 3 seconds per message.

Features

• Display supports electronically controlled engines and equipment applications that use J1939 CAN.
• Displays Active and Stored diagnostic trouble codes for diagnosing equipment malfunctions.
• Displays Engine Hours, SPN, FMI, and OC information on a graphic display.
• Provides enhanced visual alarm indication using Ultra-bright ALARM or SHUTDOWN LED’s.
• Simple installation and connections to the system bus.
• Rugged design for demanding applications.

Literature

• Sales Bulletin (pdf)
• Installation Instructions (pdf)

PowerView™ Analog Gages - PVA Series

murphy.PVAseriesThe PowerView™ Analog Gages (PVA) are a series of intelligent gages designed to display easy-to-read information transmitted by the PowerView™ Display. The PVA gages communicate with the PowerView™ via a single RS485 twisted pair MODBUS® RTU serial link. The gages can be daisy-chained using quick-connect harnesses with watertight connectors.

The major feature of the PVA gages is their balance between design and functionality. These modern gages offer a selection of lens and bezel styles and colors. The PVA gages also include features such as a smooth stepper motor operation for the 270° sweep pointer, an environmentally sealed case with two Deutsch DT style connectors molded into the casing, and green LED back lighting. They are available for standard 2-1/16 in. (52 mm) and 3-3/8 in. (86 mm) diameter hole sizes. In addition their plastic cases incorporate a “D” shape allowing panel cutouts that eliminate gage rotation during installation.

The PowerView™ Audible Alarm (PVAA) alerts operators to fault conditions via piezoelectric alarm and relay contacts. It also has a temporary silencer button that silences the audible tone for 2 minutes on warnings and 30 seconds on shutdown conditions. All PowerView™ Gages can be powered by 12 or 24 VDC systems.


Features

• For Modern Electronic Engines and Equipment Using J1939 CAN
• Display SAE J1939 Parameters Broadcast by The PowerView™ System
• Cutting-Edge, Stepper Motor Technology and Robust Functionality Combined
• Microprocessor Driven for High Accuracy
• Simple Installation and Wiring Design

PVA20 Series Models: 2 inch size gages:
PVA20-A = Engine Oil Pressure
PVA20-B = Coolant Temperature
PVA20-C = Voltmeter
PVA20-D = Percent Load at Current RPM
PVA20-E = Transmission Oil Pressure
PVA20-F = Transmission Oil Temperature
PVA20-G = Engine Oil Temperature
PVA20-H = Hydraulic Oil Temperature
PVA20-J = Percent Fuel Level
PVA20-K = Boost Pressure
PVA20-L = Exhaust Gas Temperature
PVA20-M = Intake Manifold Temperature
PVA20-N = Auxiliary Temperature
PVA20-P = Auxiliary Pressure
PVA20-T = Tachometer
PVAA20 = Audible alarm

PVA35 Series Models: 3-1/2 inch size gages:
PVA35-T = Tachometer
PVA35-S = Speedometer

Literature

• Sales Bulletin (pdf)
• Installation Instructions (pdf)
• Wiring Harness Accessories (pdf)

Wiring Harness Accessories for PV101 Module and PVA Analog Gages

A variety of wiring harnesses are available to connect your PowerView™ PV101 display to an engine ECU or to connect a PowerView™ PV101 display to one or more PVA Series gages, a PVAA Audible Alarm or to an optional external device. Download the Wiring Harness Easy Connect Diagram from the link at the bottom of the page to help you locate the wiring harness that you need.

 

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PowerView™
CAN and Power Harness


12" CAN and Power Harness for PowerView™ module. Only available in a 12" (305 mm) length. Includes a 120 ohm CAN resistor.

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PowerView™
Jumper Harness


The PowerView™ Jumper Harness is used to connect a PowerView™ display to a PVA Gage, and to daisy chain one PVA Gage to another. The harness is available in three lengths: 9" (229 mm), 12" (305 mm) and 24" (607 mm).

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PowerView™
Audible Alarm Jumper Harness


The PowerView™ Audible Alarm Jumper Harness provides alarm relay contacts for external devices, and includes a terminating resistor. The harness is available in three lengths: 9" (229 mm), 12" (305 mm) and 24" (607 mm).

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Terminating Resistor

A terminating resistor is used on the last PVA Gage in a series. It is not needed for the PowerView™ display.

 

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PowerView™
CAN Extension Harness


The PowerView™ CAN Extension Harness is used to extend the connection from a PowerView™ display to the engine ECU. The harness is available in four lengths: 72" (1.82 m), 144" (3.65 m), 240"
(6.10 m) and 360" (9.10 m).

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PowerView™
Battery Power Extension Harness


The PowerView™ Battery Power Extension Harness is used to extend the connection from a PowerView™ display to battery power. The blue wire independent from the sheath is a 24" external dimmer wire. The harness is available in four lengths: 72" (1.82 m), 144" (3.65 m), 240" (6.10 m) and 360" (9.10 m).

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PowerView™
Wiring Kit


The PowerView™ Wiring Kit includes (1) PVW-P, (2) PVW-J, and (1) PVJR. The kit is available in two lengths: 12" (305 mm) and 24" (607 mm).

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PowerView™
CAN and Power Loose Wiring


The PowerView™ CAN and Power Loose Wiring Harness is available in one size: 30" (762 mm). The harness includes a 120 ohm resistor.

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PowerView™
CAN Loose Wiring


The PowerView™ CAN Loose Wiring Harness is available in one size: 24" (607 mm).

 

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PowerView™
Power Loose Wiring


The PowerView™ Power Loose Wiring Harness is available in one length: 24" (607 mm).

 

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PowerView™
CAN Bus "Tee" Wiring Harness


The PowerView™ CAN Bus Wiring Harness is a one-connector-to-two connector "tee" fully contained in a durable plastic unit with no wires.

Literature

• Wiring Harness Easy Connect Diagram (pdf)

XM500 Input / Output Module

murphy.XM500The XM500 is a configurable Input / Output (I/O) module designed to bring analog input and digital input and output information onto the SAE J1939 Controller Area Network.

Your application may require monitoring additional I/O information which may not be provided by the OEM Engine or Transmission Electronic Control Unit (ECU), such as Fuel Level, Hydraulic Oil Pressure, or a Low Engine Coolant Level switch. The XM500 is ideally suited to bring the additional information you need onto the J1939 CAN bus, and can be configured to broadcast fault codes and activate digital outputs per input conditions such as Fuel Level Low, Hydraulic Oil Temperature High, etc.

Because the XM500 broadcasts information using the J1939 standard protocol, the information can be displayed using standard J1939 display modules, such as the PowerView™ PV101-A.

Features

• Adds I/O to J1939 network
• Works with standard J1939 display modules
• Wide operating temperature range
• Industry standard Deutsch enclosure and connectors
• Custom programming available

Literature

• Sales Bulletin (pdf)
• Installation and Operations Manual (pdf)
• Wiring Diagram (pdf)

CANdrive™ - CANbus J1939 to Electric Gage Interface

murphy.CANdriveAs part of the MurphyLink® family, the Murphy CANdrive offers a cost effective instrument solution for modern electronic engines. CANdrive acts as an interface between ECU CANbus/J1939 transmitted data and standard electric indicating gages. CANdrive and electric gages are an alternative solution to retrofitting of engine senders, magnetic pickups and associated wiring.

CANdrive has dedicated outputs for a tachometer, oil pressure, and coolant temperature electric gages. Configurable switches allow for selectivity between 12 or 24 VDC systems, and for all gage outputs to be selected as either Murphy, VDO, or Datcon.

CANdrive is packaged in a compact, surface mounted case with epoxy encapsulation for maximum durability and environmental sealing. Electrical connection is via a 12-way automotive-type connector.

Features

• For modern electronic engines and equipment applications
   using SAE J1939 CAN
• Drives standard electric gages
• User configurable compatibility with Murphy, VDO, or Datcon
• Engine fault LED option

Literature

• Sales Bulletin (pdf)
• Installation Instructions (pdf)

FuelCAN - Fuel Level Sender to J1939 Transmitter

murphy.fuelCANFuelCAN is a compact interface that translates an analog fuel level sender signal into digital SAE J1939 CANbus data. The device allows integration of standard senders into modern J1939/CANbus engine instrument and control systems.

FuelCAN modules have three inputs (only one of which is connected at any one time): input 1 is configured for use with Murphy ES series resistive fuel level senders; inputs 2 and 3 can be used with fuel level senders having compatible resistance ranges. FuelCAN inputs can also be factory-configured for use with other types of fuel level or resistive senders. Please note that minimum order quantities apply for custom solutions.

A rear facing LED indicates input/CANbus status. FuelCAN is compact and light enough to be incorporated into wiring harnesses, but can also be surface mounted via four holes. The polycarbonate case is fully sealed in epoxy resin for high impact and environmental resistance.

Features

• Compatible with Murphy ES series and other fuel level senders
• Transmits fuel level over CANbus J1939 systems
• Compact, epoxy-filled case

Literature

• Sales Bulletin (pdf)
• Installation Instructions (pdf)



 
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