Version:Cummins PowerSpec 5.4
OS:VISTA, Win7 x32, Win98, Windows 8 x32, WinJapan, WinNT, WinXP
PowerSpec compatibility with INLINE 6 and INLINE 5
PowerSpec versions of 4.2 and later support the RP1210 protocol and are thus compatible with the INLINE 6 and INLINE 5 adapters. See the chart below for an example of the basic connections needed to hook-up to the vehicle data link.
Cummins PowerSpec 5.4 description of the catalogue:
PowerSpec version 5.3 was released in August 2011 and supports Cummins 2010 On-Highway engine products (ISX15, ISX 11.9, ISL9, ISC8.3, and ISB6.7), 2007 products (ISX, ISM, ISL, ISC, ISB) and earlier products.The release was to address the trip issue with the latest calibration for the middle range engines and the compatibility issue with the competitive datalink adapters.
PowerSpec Version 4.1.0 (February 2009)
PowerSpec Version 4.1.0 was released in February 2009, and brings the following key changes:
1. Light Box Support
2. Metric Support
3.Simulator / Demo Mode Support (engines only)
4. RoadRelay 4 Inline 4/5 J1587 Datalink Support
Please note, all features above can be set from Configuration Options. Metric support is not available for Gearing in this release.
5.Read ISBe engine data
6.Windows Vista (32 bit) Support
7.Trip snapshot data will be stored in separate folder
8.Edit OEM Ambient Air Temperature Sensor- Read RoadRelay Sudden Deceleration Data
9.RoadRelay Spec Transfer will require a RoadRelay license (allow Roadrelay spec transfer only) or PowerSpec license (allow engine and RoadRelay spec transfer).
1.Dropped 3.5 spec support
2.Resolved Driver Reward issue
3.Allow multiple selections when open spec files
4.ECM Runtime will be displayed on engine report header
5.View Report: reports will be displayed in alphabet order
The PowerSpec program that calculates optimum gearing based on information supplied initially by the user. Any variation between this input data and the actual operation could affect the accuracy of the results, and make comparisons with actual operating experience questionable.PowerSpec does not have the capability of making distinctions in resistance forces and factors affecting energy requirements, such as;
1.Air resistance increases due to winds and rain or snow.
2.Drivetrain and accessory loss increases due to cold weather.
3.Air Resistance due to frontal area or aerodynamic drag coefficient.
4.Increased fuel consumption due to use of blended fuels and long periods of idling in cold weather.
5.Rolling Resistance due to tire construction (bias, radial, low profile radial, etc.).
6.Rolling Resistance increases due to cold and rain or snow, or due to different pavement types and condition.
Cummins Powerspec Download: Cummins PowerSpec User Manual