Category: Overview

Cummins Engine Compatibility

IMPORTANT INFORMATION BEFORE YOU BEGIN Check your ECM The Simulator has only been tested and shown to work on a handful of Cummins engines using Cummins CM2350 ECMs. Before you begin building your own Simulator we recommend that you ascertain what model ECM you have. As a general guideline the Simulator should work on all Cummins engines designated as EPA 13 and/or EPA 17. We believe that includes all engines produced since 2013. Even ifLearn More

Credits

Primary technical project architects: Flyboy013 Archer2 RadarEng Additional project contributors: JP PhlSeattle Voltdoc redbaron73 Post project Information contributors: NMBluept – Freightliner connector info  

DEF Sensor Simulator

Background: DEF systems in modern diesel engines are key to reducing Nitrous Oxide (NOx) emissions  and protecting the environment.   The DEF system is a combination of software, hardware and DEF fluid that enable this important task.  Recently there has been a pandemic of failures affecting one of the elements of the DEF system called the DEF sensor.  The origins of this “DEF pandemic” are not  known for certain but the failures may be related toLearn More

Fault Codes Explained

A modern diesel engine is a very complex device. Over the many years that they have been used there have been steady increases in power, reductions in fuel usage and significant reductions in harmful pollutants. Some claim the exhaust of a modern diesel engine can actually be cleaner than the air going into it! These improvements have required more and more sophisticated control systems. At the heart of the Cummins engines is the Electronic ControlLearn More

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