Cat C7.1 engines are found in a large range of off-highway agricultural, construction, forestry and specialty equipment including Chippers/Grinders, Combines/Harvesters, Compactors/Rollers, Compressors, Cranes, Crushers, Feller Bunchers, Forklifts, Hydraulic Power Units, Irrigation Equipment, Loaders/Forwarders, Material Handling, Mining, Paving Equipment, Pumps, Skidders, Sprayers, Sweepers, Trenchers and Underground Mining Equipment.
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Recent versions of TEXA diagnostic software (TEXA Truck 51 and TEXA Off-Highway 22) have an updated process for pairing the Navigator TXTs diagnostic adapter to the diagnostic software.
Your TEXA dealer will typically configure your software upon installation but it’s important to know how to pair the Navigator TXT because the software will lose the Bluetooth connection occasionally for a number of reasons.
TEXA has automated this procedure, previously you had to toggle the device on and enable USB and Bluetooth separately but now you just click on your Navigator TXT and TEXA configures the device for USB and Bluetooth communication.
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Keeping your diagnostic software up to date is important, TEXA Truck 51.0 includes features to improve productivity via dashboards and searchability.
Diagnostic Operator Entry – a new option allows adding the operator name using TEXA which will appear in printouts and reports. One issue this has created is a popup message which blocks TEXA from performing a diagnosis. A quick read of the popup instructs users to either Disable the feature (what most users choose) or Configure the names of the people using TEXA. Read the blog post on how to manage Operator Entry.
System Scan Dashboards – display information graphically by system, their location on the vehicle, a list of codes per system and a link to further diagnosis.
Logical Groupings in Adjustments – identified by the type of adjustment and searchable using the field at the bottom of the screen search for REGENERATION, RESET, PARAMETERIZATION and others to quickly locate the desired setting change.
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With the release of recent versions of TEXA Truck and Off-Highway diagnostic software, a new feature called Operator Entry comes enabled by default which causes a popup message to jump up when starting a diagnostic session.
Operator Entry allows the TEXA owner to add the names of the people using TEXA so they can be selected at the start of the diagnostic process. The Operator name will appear in printouts and reports.
The popup window explains what actions need to be taken but many TEXA users confuse this with the Navigator TXT not being configured because of the Configure icon. This screen is saying the user has the option of disabling Operator selection or Configure. Disabling it is straightforward, click the button and TEXA will not prompt again.
To add Operator names click the Configure button on the popup window, TEXA loads the Configuration Wizard so Operator names can be managed in the bottom left corner of the screen. Click the + button to add Operators.
Enter the Operator name and click the green check mark.
As many Operators names as needed may be entered. When finished entering operators click the arrow at the bottom right corner of the screen then complete the Configuration Wizard for your diagnostic adapter.
When performing a diagnosis TEXA now presents a list of Operators to choose from.
If Operator Entry has been disabled and you want to enable it, click the settings icon at the top of the screen.
Click the User Preferences icon at the bottom of the screen then scroll down to Enable operator entry and check the box.
If you have any questions or need further assistance with Operator Entry or any other TEXA issue please call J-Ball Electronics toll-free at 1-855-326-8863.
Kubota engines are a cornerstone of small and medium equipment applications for brands from around the globe. Kubota engines power backhoe loaders, compact track loaders, excavators, farm tractors, generators, pumps, skid steers, tracked carriers, welders, wheel loaders and more.
DPF Tuning is available for D1803/V2403/V2607/V3307/V3800/V6108 engines to improve reliability.
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Industry demands reliability, there’s no time for ongoing problems with temperamental emission systems. Scania DC9, DC13 and DC16 engines are found in a growing number of applications including excavators, articulated dump trucks, wheel loaders and aggregate processing equipment.
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