2019C lastest Version CAT Caterpillar ET Diagnostic Adapter III Cat Communication Adapter 3

Caterpillar Comm Adapter III – diagnostic scanner interface is a cat group dealer workshop diagnostic tool built to work with Caterpillar heavy vehicles and Caterpillar engines. It is the latest generation of the cat Communication Adapter group and replaces the cat Comm Adapter II & the old 466-6258 and 317-7487 tool number.

Caterpillar Electronic Technician (Cat ET) is a service tool designed to run on a personal computer (PC) under Microsoft Windows. It will communicate with the Electronic Control Modules (ECMs) through a communication data link thus allowing you to diagnose existing and potential problems, configure the product and obtain data for analysis.

 

Caterpillar ET Software 2019C Function:
This diagnostic app allows you to:
View active and logged diagnostics.
View events where irregularities occurred and were logged by the ECM.
View the status of a group of parameters (temperatures, pressures, etc.) simultaneously.
Record and log performance data.
Graph a group of status parameters.
View the current configuration of an ECM.
Change ECM configurations.
Perform diagnostic tests.
Perform calibrations.
Print reports and diagnostic results.
Please keep in mind that some ecm settings for example, speed limit requires factory password. The factory password generator is not included in this application

What’s New
What’s New – 2019C
Indication of Selected Communications Adapter

2019A CAT 3

The automotive diagnostic tool now displays the selected communications adapter when the service tool is disconnected. The adapter name is displayed in the status area at the bottom right of the service tool window.

End of Support for Windows 7

Microsoft is ending extended support for Windows 7 as of January 2020. The service tool will be ending support for Windows 7 as of the 2020A release.

What’s New – 2019B
Automatic Product Status Report (PSR) Upload

The service tool includes a new tool that automatically uploads Product Status Reports. The tool scans for newly generated Product Status Reports and uploads them when an internet connection is available. The default is that automatic report uploading is enabled. The Preferences dialog has an option to disable the tool.

What’s New – 2019A
ECM Naming Changes
Certain ECMs connect to the service tool over two data links at the same time. The service tool shows a message popup when the ECM is only detected on one link. The service tool has been changed to add the text **INCOMPLETE** in the ECM name when the connection is incomplete. Service tool features that display a connection icon also use a new icon for an incomplete connection.

What’s New – 2018C
No significant new features or feature enhancements

What’s New – 2018B
CEOS Fleet Configuration File TOP
A CEOS (Customer Electronic Option Selection) Fleet Configuration File can be created/modified for an engine using the Service Tool. This is available in connected and disconnected mode.
Error When Launching Service Tool
There is a Microsoft issue with upgrading libraries during an installation involving certain versions of the C++ redistributable. After a successful service tool installation, when trying to run the service tool for the first time, one of the following errors may occasionally appear: “The entry point could not be located in api-ms-win-crt-runtime” or “The program can’t start because mfc140u.dll is missing from your computer.” If either of these messages is displayed, please let us know and we will send you to step by step troubleshooting guide. This procedure requires administrator rights.
Service Tool License Corruption Issues with Windows 10 Updates
Windows 10 updates 1709 and 1803 will corrupt service tool licenses. Future Window 10 updates may do the same
If either of license error messages is displayed, please let us know and we will send you to step by step troubleshooting guide.

What’s New – 2018A
What’s New 2018A
Trainer Update – 988K XE Wheel Loader
The 988K XE Wheel Loader has been added to the Trainer application.

What’s New – 2017C
Preferences Option to Save a Product Status Report to PDF
The Preferences dialog for the Product Status Report has changed. The dialog contains a new checkbox to automatically save a Product Status Report as a PDF file when the report is created. The service tool will continue to automatically save Product Status Reports as an XML file.

What’s New – 2017B
Product Status Report Updates
The Product Status Report has been updated to include certain history features supported by the ECM, such as the after-treatment Regeneration History and the Service Test History.
Winflash Screen Update
The screen for the Winflash feature has been updated. A new Expand All button opens all sections of the screen to show all details for ECMs detected by WinFlash. A new Collapse All button hides all sections of the screen, except for header rows showing detected ECM names.

PC, Communication Hardware, and Cable Requirements
To run the service tool, the next PC, communication hardware, and cable requirements must be met. NOTE: The minimum PC Configurations should not be used as a standard when buying new personal computers for service tool purposes. If the existing equipment meets these minimum requirements, it will run the service tool.

PC Requirements
Recommended Configurations
PC containing a 2.0 GHz dual-core processor
3GB RAM
3GB of the available hard disk drive
DVD-ROM drive (optionally)
15.4-inch XGA Screen (1280×1024 compatible)
Microsoft Windows™ 7 Professional or Windows 8 Professional, Windows 10 Professional (Not tested with Home Edition) (Note: Windows 8 RT is not supported)
RS232 port with 16550AF UART or compatible (for use with Comm Adapter II)
USB 1.1 or 2.0 port (for use with Comm Adapter 3)
Ethernet RJ45 connector
Built-in pointing device or mouse
For security purposes, Microsoft Internet Explorer version 11 or newer or Microsoft Edge is recommended.
Note: The most recent version of Microsoft Internet Explorer may not be validated to work with the service tool.
Wi-Fi (for the Wireless Comm Adapter 3)

Minimum Configurations
PC containing a Pentium 2 GHz processor or greater
1GB RAM
500MB of an available hard disk drive
CD-ROM drive
Super VGA monitor or display (1024×768)
Microsoft Windows™ 7 Professional or Windows 8 Professional, Windows 10 Professional (Not tested with Home Edition) (Note: Windows 8 RT is not supported)
RS232 port with 16550AF UART or compatible (for use with Comm Adapter II)
USB 1.1 or 2.0 port (for use with Comm Adapter 3)
Ethernet RJ45 connector
Built-in pointing device or mouse
For security purposes, Microsoft Internet Explorer version 9 or newer is recommended. Note: The most recent version of Microsoft Internet Explorer may not be validated to work with the service tool.

Communication Hardware
Caterpillar Communication Adapter III
Configuring Cat Electronic Technician to use the Communication Adapter 3
For Cat Electronic Technician to work with the Communication Adapter 3, the settings must be changed to select the Communication Adapter 3 as the Communication Interface Device:
Step 1 Start Cat Electronic Technician.
Step 2 Click the Stop Connect button when it appears.
Step 3 Select the Utilities menu.
Step 4 Choose “Preferences > Modify…”.
Step 5 Select the Communications tab.
Step 6 Select Cat Comm Adapter 3 (RP1210) and click OK.
NOTE: Because a growing number of products require multiple data link service, the “Enable Dual Datalink Service” checkbox has been pre-selected.
Servicing ECMs on more than one data link requires this check box to be enabled.
Failure to do this will result in undetected ECMs and reduced functionality.

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