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07 July 2016

Special Instruction
i06712146 Rear camera mounting ....................................8
Left and right camera mounting (4 camera
Installation Procedure for the systems only) ................................................9
Object Detection Sensor Mounting (Radar
Cat ® Detect Object Detection Systems Only) ..................................................9
and Vision Systems for Quarry, Installation hardware .......................................9
Front object detection sensors .......................10
Off-Highway and Mining Truck Side object detection sensors.........................10
Applications Rear object detection sensor.......................... 11
Radar Mounting................................................14
SMCS Code: 7610; 7620 Mounting the rear-upper radars ......................14
Mounting the rear-lower radars.......................15
Machine Control & Guidance Products Display Mounting Installation and Mounting
CATDETECT-OBJECTDETEC (S/N: the Display .....................................................16
DTJ1-Up) Mounting the RAM-style display
mount .........................................................16
CATDETECT-VISIONONLY (S/N: DTL1- Mounting the pedestal-style display
Up) mount .........................................................18
Mounting the Power Converter (Radar
Table of Contents Systems Only), Relays, and Circuit
Breakers ........................................................19
Introduction ...........................................................1 Electrical component mounting
Important Safety Information...................................2 bracket .......................................................20
Weld Specifications and Qualifications ....................2 Machine Power and Interface
Proper Welding Procedure on Machines and Connections ...................................................20
Engines with Electronic Controls ........................3 Converting Harness for Switch to Ground
Preparing the Metal for Welding ..............................3 Applications ...................................................21
Installation Kits ......................................................3 Routing the Harness and Camera Cable ............21
Parts Tables ..........................................................4 Bulkhead connections for the camera and
Installation Requirements .......................................4 sensor harness ...........................................22
Machine Requirements .......................................4 Camera cables .............................................22
Component Location Selection ............................5 Sensor and chassis harness ..........................22
Determining the Mounting Locations ....................5 Cab harnesses connections ...........................23
Mounting Location Selection for the Software Installation .........................................23
Display.............................................................5 Generic Object Detection for Trucks
Preparation for Installation ..................................6 Equipment ID Configuration and
Custom brackets needed for installation on Recommended Filter Settings..........................23
some machines .............................................6
Inspecting the machine....................................6
Guidelines for routing the harnesses.................6 Introduction
Tools, parts, and resources required for
installation ....................................................6
Do not perform any procedure in this Special
Grounding practices ........................................6
Instruction until you have read the information and
Installation Procedure ............................................7
you understand the information.
Camera and Lamp Installation .............................7
Front camera mounting....................................7

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This Special Instruction covers the installation of the
Object Detection and Vision System on Quarry, Off-
Highway, and Mining Truck applications. This system
Accidental engine starting can cause injury or
is to be installed on machines that meet certain
death to personnel working on the equipment.
requirements and are not currently covered by the
Object Detection retrofit systems available. These To avoid accidental engine starting, disconnect
machines are listed in the machine and the battery cable from the negative (−) battery ter-
“DETECTOBJ” price list. minal. Completely tape all metal surfaces of the
disconnected battery cable end in order to pre-
These kits are to be used on Quarry, Off-Highway, or vent contact with other metal surfaces which
Mining Trucks of the 70-400 ton classes. could activate the engine electrical system.
This system can be configured to have 2, 4, or 8 Place a Do Not Operate tag at the Start/Stop
Object Detection sensors on the machine. The switch location to inform personnel that the
system can be configured to have 2 or 4 cameras on equipment is being worked on.
the machine. The number of sensors will be
determined by the size of the machine and mounting
location availability. A Caterpillar technology
representative or dealer support should be consulted Weld Specifications and
prior to beginning an installation project. Qualifications
Important Safety Information
Use only proper tools and observe all precautions
that pertain to the use of those tools. Failure to follow Personal injury or death can result from fumes,
these procedures can result in personal injury. The gases and ultraviolet rays from the weld arc.
following procedures should also be observed.
Welding can cause fumes, burn skin and produce
Work safely. Most accidents that involve product ultraviolet rays.
operation, maintenance, and repair are caused by Keep your head out of the fumes. Use ventilation,
failure to observe basic safety rules or precautions. exhaust at the arc, or both, to keep fumes and
An accident can often be avoided by recognizing gases from your breathing area. Wear eye, ear
potentially hazardous situations before an accident and body protection before working.
occurs.
Protect yourself and others; read and understand
A person must be alert to potential hazards. This this warning. Fumes and gases can be dangerous
person should also have the necessary training, to your health. Ultraviolet rays from the weld arc
skills, and tools to perform these functions properly. can injure eyes and burn skin. Electric shock can
cause death.
Safety precautions and warnings are provided in this
instruction and on the product. If these hazard Read and understand the manufacturer's instruc-
tions and your employer's safety practices. Do
warnings are not heeded, bodily injury or death could not touch live electrical parts.
occur to you or to other persons. Caterpillar cannot
anticipate every possible circumstance that might See “American National Standard Z49.1, Safety in
involve a potential hazard. Welding and Cutting” published by the American
Welding Society.
Therefore, the warnings in this publication and the
warnings that are on the product are not all inclusive. American Welding Society
Ensure that any tool, procedure, work method, or 2501 N.W. 7th Street
operating technique you use that is not recommended Miami, Florida 33125
by Caterpillar is safe.
See “OSHA Safety and Health Standards, 29 CFR
Ensure that the product will not be damaged or the 1910”, available from U.S. Department of Labor.
product will not be made unsafe by the operation,
lubrication, maintenance, or repair procedures used. U.S. Department of Labor
Washington, D.C. 20210

Note: Personal breathing protection should be worn


Personal injury or death can result from improper by the personnel that are welding. Personal breathing
assembly procedures. protection will prevent fumes from entering the lungs
of the person that is welding. Use a 1U-8088 Type H
Do not attempt any assembly until you have read Respirator Gp for breathing protection.
and understand the assembly instructions.

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Welders must be qualified for fillet welding and Mask all parts prior to gouging.
groove welding. The welder must be qualified in
different welding angles. The welders should be Proper Welding Procedure on Machines
qualified in the use of the welding processes that and Engines with Electronic Controls
follow: Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Flux
Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) and Gas Metal Arc Proper precautions are necessary to prevent damage
Welding (GMAW). Refer to ISO 9606 or “American to electronic controls. When you weld on a machine
National Standards Institute (ANSI)/American with electronic controls, use the steps that follow:
Welding Society (AWS) Specification D1.1, or
Specification D14.3” for information that regards the 1. Turn off the engine. Put the key start switch in the
qualifications for the processes that follow: SMAW OFF position.
process, FCAW process, and GMAW process. The
welders must have used the process at some time 2. If the machine has a battery disconnect switch,
within the last 6 months. The welders must complete open the switch. If the machine does not have a
the process of certification if the welders have not battery disconnect switch, disconnect the negative
used the welding processes for 6 months. battery cable at the battery.

The power source should be able to supply 500 A or 3. Connect the ground cable for the welder directly to
more with DC current for the welding operation. The the actual machine component that will be welded.
power source should be able to gouge metal with 500 Attach the clamp for the ground cable as close as
A. possible to the area that is being welded. This
connection will reduce the chance of damage from
Use the direct current electrode positive (DC reverse welding current to the components that follow:
polarity). bearings, hydraulic components, and electrical
components.
The welding wire must be shielded with CO2 gas or
Argon/CO2 80/20 gas. Note: Do NOT use electrical components as a ground
point for the welder. Do NOT use ground points for
All repair welds should be done in a controlled electronic components as a ground point for the
environment. Controlled environments prevent the welder.
rapid cooldown after the repair. Controlled
4. Protect the wiring harnesses from the weld splatter.
environments would be inside a repair shop.
All welds should be done in the horizontal position to
make a smooth surface finish. Preparing the Metal for Welding
If the vertical position must be used in the welding
procedure, the operation should be performed in the
“vertical up” direction, instead of the “vertical down”
direction. Personal injury can result from flame cutting or
Table 1 welding on painted areas.
Allowed Filler Material The effect of gasses from burned paint is a hazard
to the person doing the cutting or welding.
AWS A5.18 ER70S-6
DIN 8559 SG3 Do not flame cut or weld on painted areas.
EN 440 G4Si1
All grease, water, paint, rust, dirt, and scale must be
Recommended European weld consumables: SAF removed before welding. Any of these materials will
Oerlikon Carbofil SG3, ESAB OK Autrod 12.64, Pittini discharge gas which will cause porosity in the weld
Pitarc G9, or Thyssen® Union k56 deposit. Water and rust will cause hydrogen
embrittlement. Hydrogen embrittlement causes
If only manual welding is possible, use ESAB OK cracks in the weld deposit.
48.00 with a rod diameter of 3.25 mm (0.128 inch) or
the equivalent AWS A5.1 E7018 or EN ISO 2560-A E Note: Identify the material to be welded. Some
42 4 B 42 H5. bumpers are cast and cannot be welded. Alternate
mounting methods may have to be used in this
If welding quenched steel or tempered steel, the scenario.
recommendation is to use specific filler metal with
higher mechanical properties and lower hydrogen
levels such as flux cored wire with AWS A5.20 Class Installation Kits
E70T-5 specification. If something other than an AWS
A5.20 Class E70T-5 Electrode is used, preheat to Installation Kits are listed in the “DETECTOBJ” price
200° C (392° F) and maintain interpass temperature list. Refer to this list for additional ordering
at 150° C (302° F). information. Installation of this system will require the
following components:

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Display Mounting – Can be a RAM mount or Table 4
pedestal. Provides mounting and hardware for the
Vision Kits (1)
display.
250 ton - 400 ton, 4 camera 500-8809
Cab Kit – Contains the display, display harnessing,
hardware, and components used to complete the cab 100 ton - 249 ton, 4 camera 500-8810
portion of the installation.
Less than 100 ton, 4 camera 500-8814

Less than 100 ton, 2 camera 500-8815


Note: The display is not shipped with software
installed. Software is available on SIS Web. The (1) One of these Vision Kits will be used
software is installed using 425-6889 Cable As and
479-4193 Wiring Cable Assembly available from Table 5
the service kit 457-9179 Object Detection Kit. Object Detection Sensor Kits (1)
These parts are also available separately through
parts distribution channels. 250-400 ton, 8 sensor 500-8808

100 - 249 ton, 8 sensor 500-8823


Vision Kit – Contains the camera, camera mounting,
rear lamp, and camera cables. Vision kits for 2 and 4 Less than 100 ton, 4 sensor 500-8863
camera applications are available.
Less than 100 ton, 2 sensor 500-8866
Object Detection Kit – Contains the Object (1) One of these Object Detection Sensor kits will be used
Detection sensors, sensor mounting, sensor
harnessing, power converter, and associated Table 6
hardware needed to complete installation on the
machine. Sensor kits are available for 2, 4, and 8 Accessory Parts
sensor applications.
Quantity Part Number Part Name

The following are some configuration examples: Object Detection


1 457-9179
Kit
• 150 ton to 400 ton class machines will use 8 Wiring Cable
Object Detection sensors and 4 cameras 1 479-4193
Assembly

• 70 ton to 150 ton class machines will use 2 or 4 1 425-6889 Cable As


sensors with 2 or 4 cameras. 1 437-4620 Protractor
1 441-3703 Protractor
Parts Tables Varies by
207-3814 Wire As
installation
This section lists the kits and the components of
Varies by
these kits. The last table contains accessory parts 4C-5843 Black Paint
installation
that may need to be ordered if they are not already
available. Varies by
4C-4200 Paint (YELLOW)
Table 2 installation

Display Mounting (1) Varies by Primer Paint


4C-4205
installation (YELLOW)
RAM Mount 451-3759
Black Paint
Pedestal Mount 462-2978 Varies by
4C-4198 (AEROSOL
installation
(1) One of these display mounting options will be used SPRAY)

Table 3
Cab Installation Kit (1) Installation Requirements
Cab kit 500-8806

Power Converter kit 500-8816


Machine Requirements
GPS Installation Group 500-8820 The system requires a regulated power supply with a
(1) These Cab Installation Kits will be used on all applications nominal voltage of 24 volts DC and must sustain a
maximum load of 20 amps. Switched and unswitched
inputs are required as well as a machine ground that
is common with the chassis ground.
The system requires a 24 volt DC input for machine
motion in forward and reverse. Connections will be
made to these points with the systems cab harness.

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The system requires a 24 volt DC input for machine
body position if a dump body is installed. Connections
will be made to these points with the systems cab Note: 4-camera systems will have a front, right-hand,
harness. rear, and left-hand camera.

Note: Additional electrical connectors and wiring may Note: 2-camera systems will have a front and rear
be required to complete the machine interface camera.
connections.
Rear and Side Lamps – Provides illumination for the
camera when operating in conditions with reduced
ambient lighting. The rear lamp should be mounted to
Component Location Selection the rear of the machine near the camera. Only mount
the lamp if approved for locale use. Some regulations
Ensure the guidelines listed in the following section may prevent mounting of additional lamps on the rear
are properly observed for selecting mounting of machines. Side lamps will be used on 4-camera
locations, mounting the components, and routing systems to illuminate the right and left-hand camera
harnessing and cables. coverage area.
Object Detection Sensors – Provides detection
Determining the Mounting Locations information to the display. The sensors must be
mounted in an area that provides a clear area in the
sensors field of view and does not interfere with
Harnesses and cables will interconnect all the access to the machine.
components and interface with the machine.
Harnesses and camera cables will be routed through
the cab and to the rear of the machine. Follow Note: 8-sensor systems will have two front sensors
harness routing guidelines and trace existing (left and right), one right-hand, one-left hand sensor,
harnessing routes. and four rear seasons (left, right, upper, and lower).

Note: Ensure that the components are located in Note: 4-sensor systems will have one front sensor,
areas that allow the cab harness to be routed and one right-hand sensor, one left-hand sensor, and one
connected to all components and machine interfaces. rear sensor.

The following components must be mounted in the Note: 2-sensor systems will have one front sensors
cab: and one rear sensor.
Display and display mounting – The display
performs system processing, displays video from the Mounting Location Selection for the
camera, displays detection information, produces
audible alarms in certain situations, and mounting Display
ensures that the display is visible to the operator
without interfering in machine operation. Additional The monitor display group must be mounted in a
considerations for display mounting can be found in location that will not interfere with the existing
the following section. The display will be installed in equipment in the cab. If necessary, relocate the
the machine cab on the RAM and bracket or pedestal existing equipment.
option.
Note: The monitor display group must not interfere
Power Converter – Converts power from 24 volts DC with any movement of the operator.
to 12 volts DC for sensor power. The power converter
is installed in the machine cab near the machines Ensure that the monitor display group does not cause
electrical system center. any of the listed conditions:
Relays – The relays are for main power, lamp, and
switched inputs. The relays are installed in the • Interfere with the direct view of the operator or the
machine cab near the machines electrical system view in the mirror of the operator.
center.
• Interfere with the ability to enter the cab or exit the
Circuit Breaker – System power circuit breaker is cab from the seat of the operator or the buddy seat
mounted on the circuit breaker panel or the provided
plate. • Expose the operator or the person in the buddy
seat to potential of additional injury from impact
during machine collisions or rollovers.
The following components must be mounted on the
machine: • Interfere with the operation of the machine
controls. The machine controls include the
Camera – The camera provides a video signal to the following components: the gear selector, the
system display. The cameras must be mounted in an
area clear of obstructions. Ensure that the area retarder, and the steering wheel.
provides a view of the rear of the machine as
reference and an adequate view of the systems • Interfere with operator comfort. Operator comfort
desired coverage area to the rear of the machine. includes the rest positions for the arm and the leg.

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• Block or cover up any warning films. • Protect the cables from sharp metal edges.
• Secure the cables near each connector in order to
Preparation for Installation reduce strain on the connector.

This section outlines the following information: • Ensure that the cables will not be exposed to
excessive heat.
• Custom brackets needed for installation

• Inspecting the machine and component mounting Tools, parts, and resources required for
locations installation

• Special tools and resources required for the Ensure that the following list of tools, parts, and
installation resources are available prior to installation:
Table 7
• Grounding practices for the ECM
Tools, Parts, and Resources
Custom brackets needed for installation on some
Standard and metric socket set (5/16 inch - 3/4 inch)
machines
Standard and metric wrench set (5/16 inch - 3/4 inch)
Some machines require additional brackets or
custom component mounting depending on third Hex tool set standard and metric
party equipment installs and customer requirements. Electrical tape

Thorough evaluation of the machine should be done Welder


prior to install. The purpose of this evaluation is to Grinder
identify all component mounting locations. The
evaluation also identifies any risk associated with Spray paint
component mounting such as access to other Hole cutter
components, interference with electrical systems, and
interference with machine harness and cabling. Drill bits
Wires splices as needed to make machine switched input con-
nections. (1)
Inspecting the machine
Crimping tool for Deutsch connectors
Perform an inspection of the machine to identify the
Deutsch connector accessory kit
best mounting location for each component. Verify
that the selected location will meet the following Service harnesses for installing software on the display. (1)
conditions:
Angle finder and protractor for setting the angle and azimuth of
• The installation will not interfere with the ability of the sensor. (2)
the operator to view from the cab. (1) Part numbers listed in the accessory parts table in the “Parts Ta-
bles” section.
• The installation will not block any mirrors. (2) The angle finder and protractor are available as part of the serv-
ice kit or can be ordered separately.
• The components will not block the entry or the exit
of the operator. Note: The welder is required for the installation of the
mounting blocks and brackets for the camera and
• The components will not interfere with the Object Detection sensors. The welder may be
operation of other equipment required for the display bracket mounting.
• The cables will not extend beyond the electrical Note: The service kit 457-9179 Object Detection Kit
specifications is recommended for any technicians who perform
installation or servicing of this system.
Guidelines for routing the harnesses
Grounding practices
Use the following guidelines when routing harnesses:
Note: The system has ground terminals that connect
• Route the harnesses in a manner that does not to the chassis ground of the machine. This ground
create a trip hazard. strap will ground the system and components.
• Properly restrain the harnesses. The equipment is grounded for the following
• Protect the harnesses from mechanical damage. purposes:

• Ensure that the cable routing does not prevent • Safety of personnel
access to any service panels.

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• Safety of equipment through protection against Front camera mounting
lightning strikes
• Signals that are free of noise.

• Improved equipment operation


• Reduction of emitted noise

• Continuity of service

Installation Procedure
Camera and Lamp Installation
Refer to the steps in the following sections for the
camera and lamp mounting procedures:

1. Collect the necessary parts from the vision kit.


Refer to Table 8 .
Table 8
Parts Used for Camera and Lamp Installation

Quantity Part Number Part Name Illustration 1 g06087440


(1) 51 mm (2.0 inch)
1 268-9063 Bracket As
(2) 63.5 mm (2.5 inch)
1 8T-4185 Bolt
1. At the mounting location for the front camera, weld
1 8T-4121 Hard Washer the 255-8274 Plate. Alternatively, drill 4 x
1 8M-2772 Clip 13.8 mm (0.54 inch) holes spaced 63.5 mm
(2.5 inch) by 51 mm (2.0 inch). Refer to Illustration
1 122-5855 Spacer 1. Ensure proper orientation of the drilled holes.
1 7Y-8169 Grommet
3 8T-4136 Bolt
3 8T-4121 Hard Washer

1 336-6684 Camera Gp

1 426-5380 Flood Lamp Gp

2. Ensure that the machine key switch and main


battery disconnect are in the off position.

Illustration 2 g06089932
(3) Hardware to secure camera to bracket
(4) Camera group hardware
(5) Hardware to secure upper bracket to lower bracket
(6) Additional lower bracket hardware
(7) Lower bracket hardware
(8) Clip ladder hardware

2. Assemble the front camera mounting assembly as


seen in Illustration 2. Refer to Table 9 .

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Table 9
Front Camera Mounting Assembly Hardware 4. Bolt the front camera mounting assembly to the
weld plate or the four holes previously drilled. Refer
Quantity Part Number Part Name to Illustration 3.
Hardware to Secure Camera to Bracket (3)

3 8T-6466 Bolt Rear camera mounting


3 8T-4121 Hard Washer
3 8T-4133 Nut
1 312-4475 Bracket

Camera Group Hardware (4)

1 305-3748 Plate As

1 336-6684 Camera Gp

Hardware to Secure Upper Bracket to Lower Bracket (5)

4 8T-4136 Bolt
8 7X-7729 Washer
4 8T-4133 Nut
Additional Lower Bracket Hardware (6) (1)

4 7X-7729 Washer
4 8T-4133 Nut
Lower Bracket Hardware (7)

4 8T-4195 Bolt
Illustration 4 g06090042
4 7X-7729 Washer
(9) 336-6684 Camera Gp
1 348-8145 Bracket (10) 7X-7729 Washer
(11) 8T-4195 Bolt
Clip Ladder Hardware (8) (12) 348-9537 Plate As
1 4P-7581 Clip
1. Assemble the camera to the 348-9537 Plate As.
1 8T-4136 Bolt Refer to Illustration 4.
2 8T-4121 Hard Washer 2. If the Object Detection sensors are installed, this
1 8T-4133 Nut
assembly will be mounted to the sensor mounting
brackets. If no sensors are installed, drill two
(1) Use this hardware only if the bracket will be bolted on front of 13.5 mm (0.532 inch) holes spaced 50 mm
the platform and not the weld plate. (2.0 inch) apart.
3. Assemble the 336-6684 Camera Gp. Mount the 3. To mount the lamp assembly, drill a single 13.5 mm
assembly to the 312-4475 Bracket. (0.532 inch) hole on the side of the camera bracket
or another bracket on the rear of the machine.
4. Mount the lamp to the hole using the nut and
washers provided with the lamp.

5. Adjust the lamp towards the camera viewing area.


Adjust the lamp to face downwards and just
beyond the rear of the machine.

6. Tighten the mounting bolt to 55 ± 10 N·m


(41 ± 7.4 lb ft). Tighten the angle adjustment bolt to
27 ± 8 N·m (20 ± 6 lb ft).

Illustration 3 g06087450
Front camera mounting example

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Left and right camera mounting (4 camera (Table 10, contd)
systems only) Left and Right-Hand Camera Mounting Assembly
Hardware
Quantity Part Number Part Name
1 6V-8801 Nut
Lamp Group Hardware (17)

1 426-5380 Flood Lamp Gp

1 4P-7581 Clip

Hardware to Secure Bracket (18)

4 8T-4137 Bolt
4 8T-4121 Hard Washer

1 4D-9517 Clip

1. At the left and right-hand camera mounting


locations, do either of the following:
• Weld the 255-8274 Plate

• Drill four 13.8 mm (0.54 inch) holes. Space the


holes 63.5 mm (2.5 inch) by 51 mm (2.0 inch).
Refer to Illustration 1. Ensure proper
orientation.
2. Assemble the left and right-hand camera mounting
assemblies.
3. Mount the lamp to the hole using the nut and
Illustration 5 g06090100 washers provided with the lamp.
(13) Camera group hardware
(14) Hardware to secure camera plate 4. Adjust the lamp towards the camera viewing area.
(15) Plate Adjust the lamp downwards and just beyond the
(16) Hardware to secure lamp
(17) Lamp group hardware
rear of the machine.
(18) Hardware to secure bracket
5. Tighten the mounting bolt to 55 ± 10 N·m
Table 10
(41 ± 7.4 lb ft). Tighten the angle adjustment bolt to
27 ± 8 N·m (20 ± 6 lb ft).
Left and Right-Hand Camera Mounting Assembly
Hardware 6. Assemble the 336-6684 Camera Gp. Mount the
336-6684 Camera Gp to the 305-3747 Plate
Quantity Part Number Part Name As.
Camera Group Hardware (13)
7. Mount the camera mounting assembly to the
1 305-3748 Plate As 255-8274 Plate or the four holes previously
drilled.
1 336-6684 Camera Gp

Hardware to Secure Camera Plate (14)


Object Detection Sensor Mounting (Radar
3 4L-6459 Bolt
Systems Only)
6 5P-1075 Hard Washer
This section covers the mounting procedure for the
3 6V-8801 Nut
Object Detection sensors. Repeat the procedure if
Plate (15) multiple sensors will be installed.
1 305-3747 Plate As Installation hardware
Hardware to Secure Lamp (16)
Refer to Table 11 for the required parts needed from
1 5S-7379 Bolt the Object Detection Sensor kit.
2 8T-4896 Hard Washer

(continued)

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Table 11
Object Detection Sensor Mounting Hardware Side object detection sensors
Quantity Part Number Part Name
4 6V-7357 Bolt
4 5P-4116 Hard Washer
4 198-4775 Hard Washer
2 8T-4956 Bolt
2 245-9941 Hard Washer
Object Detection
1 430-8391
Box Gp

1 8X-6102 Block
1 379-3987 Bracket
1 2M-3432 Grommet
8 7T-1099 Link

Front object detection sensors

1. Mark a weld location for the 8X-6110 Block at the


mounting location for the front sensor.

2. Remove all paint and dirt from the marked location


and 8X-6110 Block. Apply a 6 mm (0.24 inch)
fillet weld around the perimeter of the block. Ensure
that the area has cooled after welding before
applying a protective layer of paint. The protective
layer of paint prevents corrosion. Refer to Table 6
for paint recommendations.

Illustration 7 g06090440
Side Object Detection Sensors
(21) 8T-4186 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washer, 6V-7744 Locknut
(22) 452-1420 Object Detection Box Gp
(23) 458-2204 Bracket As, 380-4489 Plate
(24) 380-6932 Bracket, 9X-8256 Washer, 5C-9553 Bolt
(25) 379-8128 Sensor Mounting Gp
(26) 8T-4136 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washer
(27) 8T-4183 Bolt, 198-4778 Hard Washer

1. Weld the 348-8762 Plate As at the mounting


location for the left and right-hand Object Detection
Illustration 6 g06090140 sensors.
(19) Top of bumper
(20) Two 8X-6110 Blocks

3. Assemble the front radar structure. Mount the front


radar structure to the 8X-6110 Block. Refer to
Illustration 6.

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Illustration 8 g06090655 Illustration 10 g06090666
(28) 372-9143 Plate (35) 8T-4195 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washer
(29) 452-1420 Object Detection Box Gp (36) 8T-4183 Bolt, 198-4778 Hard Washer
(30) 326-9055 Film (NO STEP) (37) 378-7007 Plate As
(31) 8T-4189 Bolt, 5P-4116 Hard Washer
(32) 378-6997 Bracket As, 8T-4196 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washer, 2. Assemble the left and right-hand Object Detection
265-9596 Hard Washer Mounting assemblies using the proper hardware.
Refer to Illustrations 8,9, and 10.
3. Mount the assembly to the 348-8762 Plate As.

Rear object detection sensor

Illustration 9 g06090659
(33) 8T-4196 Bolt, 265-9596 Hard Washer
(34) 380-4489 Plate

Illustration 11 g06090671
Example of rear object detection sensor mounting location

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Illustration 12 g06090676
Example of mounted rear object detection sensor

The rear of trucks varies greatly by manufacturer. The


rear mounting structure provided in this kit may need
modifications to allow mounting one rear of each
unique application. Unique brackets may need to be
fabricated for other types of mounting applications.

Illustration 13 g06090692

(38) 8T-4648 Bolt, 198-4778 Hard (39) 092-5524 Bolt, 265-9596 Hard
Washer, 6V-7687 Locknut Washer, 6V-7687 Locknut

1. Install the 419-5055 Clamp halves to the axle


housing using the proper hardware. Refer to
Illustration 13.
2. Torque the top 8T-4648 Bolts (38) to 100 N·m
(73.8 lb ft). Torque the bottom 092-5524 Bolts
(39) to 50 N·m (36.9 lb ft).

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Illustration 14 g06090700
(40) 8T-4195 Bolt, 8T-4121 Hard Washer
(41) 419-5054 Bracket As
(42) 419-5053 Bracket As
(43) 389-7028 Plate As
(44) 8T-4182 Bolt, 8T-4121 Hard Washer
(45) Rear view of assembled brackets

3. Attach 389-7028 Plate As (43) to 419-5053


Bracket As (42) and 419-5054 Bracket As (41).
Refer to Illustration 14 for the proper hardware.

4. Weld the assembled bracket from Step 3 to the


axle clamps installed in Step 1. Ensure that the
front face of the bracket is perpendicular to the
ground.

5. Perform a mock fit up of the anti-rotational brackets


to determine the correct location of the two
422-2398 Blocks.
6. After determining the proper location, prepare the
welding area. Weld the two 422-2398 Blocks to
the frame.

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Illustration 15 g06090706

(46) 8T-4648 Bolt, 198-4778 Hard (50) 8T-4195 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washer (54) 092-5524 Bolt, 265-9596 Hard
Washer, 6V-7687 Locknut (51) 419-6048 Bracket As Washer, 6V-7687 Locknut
(47) 8T-4195 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washer (52) 8T-4186 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washer (55) 419-5053 Bracket As
(48) 419-5054 Bracket As (53) 419-5056 Bracket As (56) 419-5055 Clamp
(49) 422-2398 Block

7. Bolt the brackets together using the proper


hardware. Refer to Illustration 15.

Radar Mounting
Mounting the rear-upper radars

Note: The following procedure is for one upper radar.


Use the same procedure for the second radar.

Illustration 16 g06090717
(57) 380-4489 Plate
(58) 8T-4196 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washer, 265-9596 Hard Washer
(59) 458-2206 Bracket As
(60) 8T-4186 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washer

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1. Assemble the rear radar assemblies. Attach the
452-1420 Object Detection Box Gp to the
458-2204 Bracket As. Use four 8T-4136 Bolts,
two 7X-7729 Washers, and one 380-4489
Plate. Refer to Illustration 16.

Illustration 18 g06091075
(64) 458-2204 Bracket As
(65) 8T-4136 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washer, 380-4489 Plate
(66) 8T-4186 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washer

1. Assemble the rear radar assemblies. Attach the


Illustration 17 g06090721 452-1420 Object Detection Box Gp to the
(61) 348-8765 Clamp Bracket 458-2204 Bracket As. Use four 8T-4136 Bolts,
(62) 8T-4186 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washers, 6V-7744 Locknut two 7X-7729 Washers, and one 380-4489
(63) 452-1420 Object Detection Box Gp Plate. Refer to Illustration 18.

2. Attach the assembled box group and bracket


assembly to the 348-8765 Clamp Bracket. Use
four 8T-4186 Bolts, eight 7X-7729 Washers,
and four 6V-7744 Locknuts.
3. Mount the upper radar assemblies to the rear
bracket on the back of the truck. Use two 8T-4186
Bolts and two 7X-7729 Washers for each
assembly.

Mounting the rear-lower radars

Note: The following procedure is for one lower radar.


Use the same procedure for the second radar.

Illustration 19 g06090721
(61) 348-8765 Clamp Bracket
(62) 8T-4186 Bolt, 7X-7729 Washers, 6V-7744 Locknut
(63) 452-1420 Object Detection Box Gp

2. Attach the assembled box group and bracket


assembly to the 348-8765 Clamp Bracket. Use
four 8T-4186 Bolts, eight 7X-7729 Washers,
and four 6V-7744 Locknuts. Refer to Illustration
19.

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3. Mount the lower radar assemblies to the rear Note: There are two options for display mounting.
bracket on the back of the truck. Use two 8T-4186 Follow the instructions for the kit that was ordered.
Bolts and two 7X-7729 Washers.
Collect one of the following mounting kits:

• 451-3759 Display Mounting Kit (RAM)


• 462-2978 Display Mounting Kit (PEDESTAL)

Mounting the RAM-style display mount

1. Determine if the machine has a base capable of


supporting the RAM mount footprint.
Note: Mounting for a RAM base may already exist.

a. If the RAM base footprint already exists, use the


area for mounting the RAM coupler. Attach the
Illustration 20 g06090710 329-2680 Base to the footprint. Use four
8T-4753 Screws if the location contains M5x.08
threads. If this location accepts another thread
size, use the fastening hardware intended to be
used at this location of the machine model.

b. Use the following steps if the RAM base footprint


does not already exist but there is an area for
mounting the base.

a. Paint the bracket to protect from


corrosion.

Illustration 21 g06090711

Note: Depending on the application, there is a


possibility that the rear axle clamps in the provided
kits may not be applicable. Refer to Illustration 20 and
Illustration 21 for other examples to mount rear
radars. Ensure that the chosen method of installation
provides adequate radar support for vibration and
conditions in the field. Illustration 22 g06090740
(67) 38.1 mm (1.50 inch)
(68) 110 mm (4.33 inch)
Display Mounting Installation and (69) 30.2 mm (1.19 inch)
Mounting the Display
Use the following procedures to install the display
mounting and to mount the display.

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b. Drill four 8 mm (0.31 inch) holes in the
mounting area. Drill the holes in a
30.2 mm (1.19 inch) by 38.1 mm
(1.50 inch) pattern. Refer to Illustration
22.

c. Attach the 329-2680 Base to the


329-2682 Bracket As using the four
holes. Use four 8T-4753 Screws.

d. If the RAM base does not exist and there is no


area for mounting the base, use one of the
following procedures:
• Drill mounting holes and bolt the mounting

• Weld the mounting plate

a. To bolt the mount, first paint the


bracket to protect from corrosion. Drill
two 10.5 mm (0.41 inch) holes in the
mounting area. Space the holes
110 mm (4.33 inch) apart as seen in
Illustration 22.
Attach the 329-2682 Bracket As to Illustration 23 g06090764
the mounting area through the two
Display and display mounting assembly
holes. Use two 8T-4189 Bolts, four
5C-7261 Nuts, and four 8T-4224 (70) 450-0297 Bracket As
Hard Washers. (71) 329-2680 Base
(72) 329-2679 Clamp
Attach the 329-2680 Base to the (73) 329-2682 Bracket As
329-2682 Bracket As. Use four (74) 8T-4189 Bolt, 5C-7261 Nut, 8T-4224 Hard Washer
8T-4753 Screws.

b. To weld the mounting plate, first clean


the area to be welded. Remove any
paint or grease.
Weld the 329-2682 Bracket As to
the mounting location. Use 4 mm
(0.16 inch) x 3 mm (0.12 inch) fillet
welds. Each fillet weld is 20 mm
(0.79 inch) long.
Attach the 329-2680 Base to the
329-2682 Bracket As. Use four
8T-4753 Screws.
2. Assemble the remainder of the RAM clamp and
bases. Use the 329-2679 Clamp and the second
329-2680 Base.
3. Attach the 450-0297 Bracket As to the
329-2680 Base. Use four 8T-4753 Screws.

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Mounting the pedestal-style display mount

Illustration 24 g06090769
Rear view of display mounting assembly
Illustration 25 g06090771
(70) 450-0297 Bracket As
(71) 329-2680 Base (77) 348-2163 Pedestal As
(72) 329-2679 Clamp (78) 5S-7379 Bolt, 8T-4896 Hard Washer
(75) 6V-5683 Bolt, 114-6658 Washer (79) 167-8748 Plate
(76) 8T-4753 Screw

4. Attach 459-2220 Electronic Control Gp to the


450-0297 Bracket As. Use four 6V-5683
Boltsand four 114-6658 Washers.

Illustration 26 g06090779
(80) 444-7077 Plate
(81) 6V-5683 Bolt, 114-6658 Washer
(82) 9X-2042 Screw, 5P-4116 Hard Washer
(83) 352-4694 Bracket
(84) 9B-7237 Bolt, 8T-4896 Hard Washer
(85) 132-5789 Clip

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1. Clear a 152 mm (5.98 inch) by 152 mm (5.98 inch) (Table 12, contd)
area for the 167-8748 Plate at the mounting Electrical Components and Mounting Plate Parts
location. Remove paint and grease.
Quantity Part Number Part Name
2. Clear the area and weld the 167-8748 Plate
using 6 mm (0.2 inch) fillet welds. Use at least two 2 5C-9553 Bolt
25 mm (0.98 inch) long fillet welds per side.
2 9X-8267 Washer
3. After the weld has cooled, paint the 167-8748 2 6V-8225 Nut
Plate to prevent corrosion.
3 231-3930 Relay As
4. Assemble the pedestal-style display mount. Refer
3 5C-9553 Bolt
to Illustration 25 and Illustration 26.
3 9X-8267 Washer
a. Bolt the 348-2163 Pedestal As to the 3 6V-8225 Nut
167-8748 Plate. Use four 5S-7379 Bolts and
four 8T-4896 Hard Washers.
Obtain the following parts from the converter kit
b. Place the 352-4694 Bracket into the clamp on located in the object detection kit:
the top of the 348-2163 Pedestal As. Table 13
Converter Kit Parts
c. Install the 132-5789 Clip to the clamp. Tighten
the clamp using one 9B-7237 Bolt and one Quantity Part Number Part Name
8T-4896 Hard Washer.
1 443-6362 Power Converter
d. Mount the 444-7077 Plate to the 352-4694 4 9X-2045 Screw
Bracket. Use four 9X-2042 Screws and four
4 9X-8267 Washer
5P-4116 Hard Washers.
4 6V-8225 Nut
e. Mount the 459-2220 Electronic Control Gp to
the 444-7077 Plate. Use four 6V-5683 Bolts 1. Use the following procedure if an area is available
and four 114-6658 Washers. to mount the 490-5042 Bracket.

a. Mark the location of the mounting holes for the


Mounting the Power Converter (Radar bracket. The hole pattern is 140 mm (5.5 inch)
Systems Only), Relays, and Circuit by 470 mm (19 inch).
Breakers
b. Drill four 13 mm (0.51 inch) holes at the marked
Use the following procedures when mounting the locations.
electrical components. Ensure that the components
installed are in a locations such that the 495-2266 c. Mount the 490-5042 Bracket. Use four
Cab Harness As can connect to all components. 8T-4137 Bolts, eight 8T-4121 Hard Washers,
four optional 9R-2613 Weld Boss, Spacer M10/
Obtain the following parts from the cab kit. 25, and four 344-5675 Nuts to secure the
Table 12
bracket through the drilled holes.

Electrical Components and Mounting Plate Parts d. Mount the 6T-3644 Circuit Breaker As to the
490-5042 Bracket. Use two 9X-8486 Screws
Quantity Part Number Part Name and two 4B-4863 Washers.
1 490-5042 Bracket
e. Mount the two 3E-5239 Relay As to the
4 8T-4137 Bolt
490-5042 Bracket. Use two 5C-9553 Bolts,
4 8T-4121 Hard Washer two 9X-8267 Washers, and two 6V-8225 Nuts
4 9R-2613 Weld Boss
to secure the circuit breaker.

4 344-5675 Nut f. Mount the three 231-3930 Relay As to the


1 6T-3644 Circuit Breaker As 490-5042 Bracket. Use three 5C-9553 Bolts,
three 9X-8267 Washers, and three 6V-8225
2 9X-8486 Screw Nuts.
2 4B-4863 Washer
g. If installing Object Detection sensors, mount the
2 3E-5239 Relay As 443-6362 Power Converter to the 490-5042
Bracket. Use four 9X-2045 Screws, four
9X-8267 Washers, and four 6V-8225 Nuts to
(continued) secure the converter to the bracket.

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Electrical component mounting bracket

Illustration 27 g06090787
(86) 443-6362 Power Converter
(87) 7X-2533 Bolts, 6V-8225 Nuts, 7X-2533 Bolts
(88) 5C-9553 Bolts, 9X-8267 Washers, 6V-8225 Nuts
(89) 6T-3644 Circuit Breaker As
(90) 9X-8486 Screws, 4B-4863 Washers Illustration 29 g06090791
(91) 5C-9553 Bolts, 9X-8267 Washers, 6V-8225 Nuts
(92) 8T-4137 Bolts, 8T-4121 Hard Washers, Spacer M10/25, (99) 101.6 mm (4 inch)
344-5675 Nuts (100) 130.7 mm (5.1 inch)
(93) 490-5042 Bracket
(94) 3E-5239 Relay As 4. Drill four 8 mm (0.31 inch) holes to mount the
(95) 231-3930 Relay As power converter. Refer to Illustration 29.

Use the following procedure to mount the 5. Mount the 6T-3644 Circuit Breaker As through
components in the electronic compartment. the holes drilled in Step 2. Use two 9X-8486
Screws and two 4B-4863 Washers to secure the
1. Mark the location of the mounting holes for each circuit breaker.
component. Refer to Illustration 27 for the proper
layout of the circuit breaker and the power 6. Mount the two 3E-5239 Relay As through the
converter. holes drilled in Step 3. Use two 5C-9553 Bolts,
two 9X-8267 Washers, and two 6V-8225 Nuts to
secure the relays.

7. Mount the three 231-3930 Relay As through the


holes drilled in Step 3. Use three 5C-9553 Bolts,
three 9X-8267 Washers, and three 6V-8225
Nuts to secure the relays.

8. If installing Object Detection sensors, mount the


443-6362 Power Converter through the holes
drilled in Step 4. Use four 9X-2045 Bolts, four
9X-8267 Washers, and four 6V-8225 Nuts to
secure the power converter.

Machine Power and Interface


Connections
Illustration 28 g06090789
Use the power and cab harnesses to connect to the
(96) 40 mm (1.57 inch)
(97) 5 mm (0.2 inch) following:
(98) 12 mm (0.5 inch)
• Unswitched power
2. Drill two 5 mm (0.2 inch) holes and one 12 mm
(0.5 inch) hole for the circuit breaker. Refer to • Switched power
Illustration 28.
• Ground
3. Drill five 8 mm (0.31 inch) holes for mounting the
relays. • Machine forward

• Machine reverse
• Machine body up (if available)

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Obtain the following parts from the cab kit: Converting Harness for Switch to Ground
• 494-4251 Power Harness As
Applications

• 495-2266 Cab Harness As


1. Identify the unswitched power source for the
system.

2. Install the terminal end of the 494-4251 Power


Harness As to a power lug of the power source.

3. Identify the switched power source for the system.

4. Connect the key switch power lead terminal of the


495-2266 Cab Harness As, labeled “Key Switch”
, to the key switched power source of the machine.

5. Identify a machine grounding lug. Connect the


harness ground terminals, labeled “Ground” , to
these lugs.

6. Identify a 24-VDC circuit that is only powered when


the machine is in forward gear.

7. Connect the “Gear FWD Machine Interface”


terminal to this connection.
Illustration 30 g06091753
Note: If a splice must be made, use the 207-3814 (101) Relay connection (to be removed)
Wire As listed in the accessory tables. Terminate in (102) Relay connection
Deutsch connectors. (103) Ground wires (there are two)
(104) Reverse Gear Machine Interface
8. Identify a 24-VDC circuit that is only powered when
the machine is in reverse gear. Table 14
Signal Wires
9. Connect the “Gear REV Machine Interface”
terminal to this connection. Wire from Relay
Wire from Dis-
Signal to Machine
Note: If a splice must be made, use the 207-3814 play to Relay
Interface
Wire As listed in the accessory tables. Terminate in
Deutsch connectors. Forward Y986-YL-16 593-GRN-16
Reverse Y985-ORNG-16 594-PURPLE-16
10. Use the following procedure for machines with
dump bodies. Body Up Y984-BRN-16 592-BLU-16

a. Identify a 24-VDC circuit that is only powered 1. Find the appropriate signal wires (forward, reverse,
when the dump body of the machine is in the up and body position) to the display. In the following
position. example, Y985 is the wire for the reverse signal.
b. Connect the “Body Up Machine Interface” 2. Identify the relays with the signal wires found in
terminal to this connection. Step 1. Cut off the relay.
Note: If a splice must be made, use the 207-3814 3. Tape every wire back except for the signal wire
Wire As listed in the accessory tables. Terminate in (Y985) and the machine interface wire. In this
Deutsch connectors. example the machine interface wire is 594. Ensure
that all unused grounds are properly secured.

4. Attach the signal wire from the display (Y985)


directly to the machine interface wire (594).

Routing the Harness and Camera Cable


Route the harness and camera cable after all
components have been installed and once machine
connections have been made. Drill a bulk head hole
so that the bulk head connector of the chassis
harness and the cab harness can be mounted. Drill a
hole for the camera harness.

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Obtain the following parts: 7. Connect the 494-4251 Power Harness As to the
Table 15
video connector of the display.

Parts Needed for Routing the Harness and Camera 8. Route the harness to the interior side of the
Cable bulkhead connector.
Quantity Part Number Part Name 9. Coil excess cable at the bulkhead end. Ensure that
the coils maintain a radius of at least 150 mm
Vision Kit Parts (6 inch) to prevent cable damage.
Communication
1 251-8248 10. Connect to the bulkhead connector.
Cable As
1 - 2 (varies by kit) 274-4478 Cable As 11. Secure the cable every 400 mm (16 inch). Use the
7K-1181 Cable Strap (15.5-IN) to secure the
Objection Detection Kit Parts cable.
Chassis Harness
1 494-3952
As
Sensor and chassis harness
Lighting Harness
0 - 2 (varies by kit) 494-3953 1. Locate the 494-3954 Sensor Harness As,
As
494-3952 Chassis Harness As, and 494-3953
1 494-3954 Sensor Harness As Lighting Harness As.
Cab Kit Parts Note: The 494-3953 Lighting Harness As is only
1 494-4251 Power Harness As used when adding additional length to the rear of the
system.
Cab Kit Parts Already Connected to the Machine To Be Con-
nected To Harnessing
2. Connect the 494-3954 Sensor Harness As to the
1 494-4251 Power Harness As
Object Detection sensors installed at the rear of the
machine. Make the following connections:
1 495-2266 Cab Harness As
a. For one-sensor systems, connect the “Left
Bulkhead connections for the camera and sensor Radar” harness lead to the left sensor.
harness
b. For two-sensor systems, ensure the following
1. Drill a 41.5 mm (1.63 inch) hole and a 50 mm connections:
(1.97 inch) hole into the area of the machine that
will contain the bulkhead connectors. • Connect the “Left Radar” harness lead to
the left sensor.
2. Install the 456-8330 Cable As in the 50 mm
(1.97 inch) hole. • Connect the “Right Radar” harness lead to
the right sensor.
Note: The connector end with the pins should be in
the interior of the cab.
c. For three-sensor systems, ensure the following
3. Install the bulkhead connector of the 494-3952 connections:
Chassis Harness As in the 41.5 mm (1.63 inch)
hole.
• Connect the “Left Radar” harness lead to
the left sensor.
Camera cables
• Connect the “Center Radar” harness lead to
1. Select the appropriate lengths of the cable the center sensor.
assemblies to connect the camera to the bulkhead
connector. Ensure that each end is securely • Connect the “Right Radar” harness lead to
fastened. Wrap the connection in electrical tape to the right sensor.
prevent loosening.
3. Route the opposite end of the harness back
2. Make the connection to the camera. towards the machine. Use existing harness routes
and follow harness routing guidelines.
3. Route the cables from the camera to the bulkhead
connector. 4. Connect to the Deutsch connection end 494-3952
Chassis Harness As. If additional length is
4. Make the bulkhead connection. needed, connect the 494-3953 Lighting Harness
As.
5. Coil any excess cable at the two end connections.
Ensure that the coils maintain a radius of at least 5. Connect the bulkhead end of the 494-3952
150 mm (6 inch) to prevent cable damage. Chassis Harness As to the bulkhead connector.
6. Secure the cable every 400 mm (16 inch). Use the 6. Route the end labeled “Lamp” to the camera lamp.
7K-1181 Cable Strap (15.5-IN) to secure the
cable.

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7. Secure the unused ends of the sensor harness with Generic Object Detection for Trucks
the 7K-1181 Cable Strap (15.5-IN).
Equipment ID Configuration and
8. Secure the harnesses every 400 mm (16 inch). Recommended Filter Settings
Use the 7K-1181 Cable Strap (15.5-IN) to secure
the cable. After the Object Detection software is flashed onto
the display, use the Cat ® Electronic Technician (Cat
ET) Service Tool to enter the appropriate equipment
Cab harnesses connections ID for the application. Refer to Table 16 for the correct
1. Connect the “Power” lead to the power receptacle IDs.
of the display.
Note: The filter settings in the table are a good
2. Connect the “CDL” lead to the CDL receptacle of starting point but require adjusting depending on the
the display. application.

3. Connect the “Ethernet 1” lead to the Ethernet 1


receptacle of the display.

4. Connect the “Ethernet 2” lead to the Ethernet 2


receptacle of the display.

5. Connect the “Power Converter” lead to the installed


power converter.

6. Connect the “FWD Gear” , “REV Gear” , and


“Body” leads to the installed 231-3930 Relay As.

7. Connect the “Main Power” and “Lamp” leads to the


installed 3E-5239 Relay As.

8. Connect the power connection of the 494-4251


Power Harness As to the 495-2266 Cab Harness
As.
9. Secure the harnesses every 400 mm (16 inch).
Use the 7K-1181 Cable Strap (15.5-IN) to secure
the cable.
10. With the main disconnect of the machine on, turn
the machine key switch to the “on” position. The
display powers up to the software installation
screen.

Software Installation
Refer to Special Instruction, REHS7353, “Procedure
for Installing Object Detection Software on Monitor
Display Group” for software installation instructions.
The latest software versions are available on SIS
Web. Search Service Magazines for Object Detection
software releases under serial numbers (S/N: DTL)
and (S/N: DTJ).
Note: The display is not shipped with software
installed. Software is available on SIS Web. Install the
software using the 425-6889 Cable As and
479-4193 Wiring Cable Assembly. These cables are
available in the 457-9179 Object Detection Kit.
These parts are also available separately through
parts distribution channels.

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Table 16
Filter Settings

Cat ET Side Rear Water


Compara- Number of Rear Body Rear Beam Truck
Truck Size Equipment Ground Ground
ble Model Radars Filter Width Option
ID Filter Filter
3.8 m 10 m
400 797 8 OHT81xxxx 3 m (9.8 ft) N/A N/A
(12.5 ft) (32.8 ft)

3.7 m 10 m
350 795 8 OHT82xxxx 3 m (9.8 ft) N/A N/A
(12.1 ft) (32.8 ft)

3.5 m
250 793 8 OHT83xxxx 3 m (9.8 ft) 9 m (29.5 ft) N/A N/A
(11.5 ft)

3.3 m
200 789 8 OHT84xxxx 3 m (9.8 ft) 8 m (26.2 ft) N/A Yes
(10.8 ft)

150 785 8 OHT85xxxx 3 m (9.8 ft) 3 m (9.8 ft) 7 m (23.0 ft) N/A Yes

2.2 m 2.6 m
100 777 4 OHT4xxxxx (7.2 ft) (8.5 ft) N/A N/A Yes

2.2 m 2.6 m
70 775 2 OHT2xxxxx (7.2 ft) (8.5 ft) N/A N/A N/A

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