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Electronic Engine Control Panel

Posted on February 19, 2013

LOFA Industries, Inc. has announced the addition of its new model CP620 control panel to its line of electronic engine controls.  The new model CP620 panel uses SAE J1939 protocol and is configurable to most engine manufacturers’ application requirements and compatible with Tier 3, Tier 4i, Tier 4 final and Euro Stage 3b/4 requirements.

LOFA said the CP620 Tier 4 panel has been designed to assist operators in the management of regeneration.  A three-position rocker switch on the panel facilitates automatic regeneration, stationary regeneration and inhibit regeneration commands without having to navigate through display menus that could require intensive training.  LOFA said the operator activates the rocker switch in response to the panel’s displayed emission-related icons and/or message. 

An optional interlock rocker switch is also available in both CANbus and hardwire configuration for engines requiring operator confirmation of a machine’s readiness for regeneration.

The design of the CP620 includes a corrosion-resistant enclosure with a powder coating and IP rated components.  It also has a three-point vibration isolation system and simple mounting bracket to facilitate multiple mounting positions/locations. 

In addition, the CP620 has heavy duty, weather-resistant switches including a key switch and single momentary switch that adjusts the engine rpm for most electronically governed engines using CANbus throttle control.  Connection to the engine harness is via a 21-pin Deutsch connector mounted on the bottom of the panel.  Custom adapter harnesses are also available.

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