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ManualModel 1313Handheld ProgrammerFor Serial Communication Protocol» Software Version OS 1.15.16.00Curtis Instruments, Inc.200 Kisco AvenueMt. Kisco, NY 10549www.curtisinstruments.comRead Instructions Carefully!Specifications are subject to change without notice. 2019 Curtis Instruments, Inc. Curtis is a registered trademark of Curtis Instruments, Inc. The design and appearance of the products depicted herein are the copyright of Curtis Instruments, Inc.38798, Rev D 4/19

TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTERS1: OVERVIEW. 1INTRODUCTION. 1HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL. 12: 1313 HHP OPERATION. 3CONNECTIONS. 3SYSTEM CONNECTOR. 4USB CONNECTOR. 4BATTERIES. 4SD CARD. 4POWER-ON THE 1313 HHP. 5DISPLAY FORMAT. 7ACCESS LEVEL. 8KEY FUNCTIONS. 9SOFTKEYS. 9ARROW KEYS. 9 KEYS. 10POWER. 10FAVORITES. 10SCREENSHOTS. 10MAIN SCREEN. 10HELP. 103: MAIN SCREEN AND APPS ORGANIZATION. 11APP STRUCTURE. 11TYPES OF APP ITEMS. 13THE NINE APPS. 144: SYSTEM INFO. 155: PARAMETERS. 16PARAMETER STRUCTURE. 16ADJUSTING/EDITING PARAMETERS. 17SOFTKEYS AVAILABLE IN PARAMETERS APP. 186: MONITOR. 20SOFTKEYS AVAILABLE IN MONITOR. 20pg. iiModel 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019

TABLE OF CONTENTS CONT’D7: DIAGNOSTICS. 21PRESENT ERRORS FOLDER. 22FAULT HISTORY FOLDER. 22SOFTKEY AVAILABLE IN DIAGNOSTICS. 238: PROGRAMMING. 24SAVE .CPF FILE. 25NAMING .CPF FILES. 26RESTORE .CPF FILE. 289: FAVORITES. 31USING “ADD TO” IN PROGRAMMER. 32USING SOFTKEYS WITHIN FAVORITES. 33ADJUST PARAMETERS. 33MONITOR VARIABLE. 33ARRANGING ITEMS ON THE FAVORITES LIST(S). 33IMPORTING. 34EXPORTING. 3410: HHP SETTINGS. 35ACCESS LEVEL. 35LANGUAGE. 35DECIMAL SEPARATOR. 36SHOW ALL PARAMETERS. 36LEFT HANDED SOFT KEYS. 36BACKLIGHT. 36KEYTONE. 36AUTO POWEROFF (BATTERY). 36AUTO POWEROFF (EXT). 36EXIT MENUS WITH LEFT ARROW. 36ENABLE SCREENSHOT. 37LOG & PLOT CYCLE TIME. 37SHOW ONLY EMPTY BATTERY. 37TEXT FOR “SAVE AS”. 37KEYBOARD HELP TEXT. 37REMEMBER LAST SCREEN. 37Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019pg. iii

TABLE OF CONTENTS CONT’DDELETE CACHE FILE. 38DELETE FAVORITES. 38DATE & TIME. 38ABOUT. 39SOFTKEYS AVAILABLE IN HHP SETTINGS. 3911: FILE MANAGER. 40SOFTKEYS AVAILABLE IN FILE MANAGER. 4112: PLOT & LOG. 42PLOT. 42LOG. 4413: USING THE KEYBOARD. 4614: TAKING SCREENSHOTS. 4815: WORKING OFFLINE. 501313 HHP DISCONNECTED. 511313 HHP OFFLINE OPERATION FROM POWERED SERIAL BUS WITH NO DEVICE. 521313 HHP CONNECTED TO DEVICE AND THEN GO OFFLINE. 52OFFLINE MODE APPLICATIONS. 5316: UPDATING THE SOFTWARE IN THE 1313 HHP. 54COPYING NEW FIRMWARE ONTO THE 1313 HHP. 54INSTALLING NEW FIRMWARE USING THE SD CARD. 541313 HHP DETERMINES WHICH UPDATE FILES TO USE. 55INSTALLING NEW FIRMWARE USING THE INTERNAL MEMORY. 55APPENDIX A. 56FILE TYPES. 56APPENDIX B. 57SPECIFICATIONS: 1313 HHP. 57pg. ivModel 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOC1 — OVERVIEWINTRODUCTIONThe Curtis 1313 Handheld Programmer (1313 HHP) performs programming and troubleshootingtasks for Curtis programmable motor controllers, gauges, and control systems. The 1313 HHPconnects to Curtis devices in one of two ways- specific to the device: Either directly via the device’sRS232 serial port, or through a Controller Area Network (CAN) connection which can have multipledevices on the CANbus. Cables specific to the connection are supplied with the 1313 HHP.Model 1313 Handheldprogrammer.This manual covers the operation for the Serial-connected programmable controllers. Gaugesand control systems (devices) operate in a similar fashion.HOW TO USE THIS MANUALThis manual describes how to use the 1313 HHP to accomplish these tasks: Access and change parameter settings. Use it as a diagnostic tool. Save, transfer, and clone parameter settings between devices and 1313 HHPs. Update device firmware/software and 1313 HHP software.The first 2 chapters describe the 1313 HHP basic operation, followed by the Main Screen applications.The subsequent chapters explain how to use a specific application (app). Appendix A summarizes thefiles associated with the 1313 HHP. Appendix B lists the 1313 HHP models and their specifications.New users will want to read this manual to train themselves on the 1313 HHP. Users familiar with theprevious serial-based 1313 HHP will find no differences when using the serial connection applications.When using battery mode, the user must now select Serial or CANopen modes. Always use the 1313HHP in conjunction with the controller manual. The controller manuals contain the information aboutthe parameters, monitor variables, faults, diagnostics, initial set-up, and motor control tuning.1 — OVERVIEWpg. 1

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOCFor an additional overview of the 1313 HHP, consult the datasheet, Curtis document number 50194,available on the Curtis website: www.curtisinstruments.comSee: P roducts/Programming/1313 Handheld ProgrammerDirect Link: /Available on the Curtis website is the 1313 Handheld Programmer Operation video tutorial.See: H ome/Videos/Tutorial:1313 Handheld ProgrammerDirect link: https://curtisinstruments.com/?v handheldNOTICEWARNINGpg. 2For technical support or applications not covered in this manual, contact the vehicle manufacturer.OEMs should contact the Curtis distributor where the 1313 HHP and devices were obtained, or theregional Curtis sales-support office.WARNING! The control system can affect speed, acceleration, deceleration, dynamicstability, and braking. If the control system is programmed incorrectly or outside the safelimits as determined by the vehicle manufacturer, it can create a dangerous situation. Onlythe vehicle manufacturer or an authorized service agent or dealer should program thecontrol system.1 — OVERVIEW

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOC2 — 1313 HHP OPERATIONThis chapter describes how to use the 1313 HHP for serial-based communication controllers.CONNECTIONSThe 1313 HHP has two connectors, one for communicating with the motor controller and one forinterfacing with a PC. The 1313 HHP also has a battery compartment and a memory card slot.2 — 1313 HHP OPERATIONpg. 3

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOCSystem ConnectorUse this connector with the supplied cables to connect the programmer to the motor controller. Usethe cable with the 4-pin Molex connector for connection to serial-port programmable controllers.*Note: the cable with the DB9 connector is for the the CAN-port programmable devices (For CANbased connections, use that manual: Curtis Document # 53225).USB ConnectorUse this connector with the supplied USB cable to connect the 1313 HHP to a PC. Windows Explorerwill display the 1313 HHP as a removable drive. If an SD card is inserted in the 1313 HHP, WindowsExplorer will display the 1313 HHP’s “Internal” memory location and the “SD-Card” location as 2independent removable drives. Files can be transferred to/from the 1313 HHP Internal memory,the SD card, or the PC using any of the standard tools available in Windows Explorer (Copy, Cut,Paste, Drag & Drop).BATTERIESA compartment on the back holds two AA sized batteries. The batteries keep the real-time clockrunning and are used to power the 1313 HHP when working offline. Although the batteries canbe used to power the 1313 while connected to a controller, operations such as data logging mayquickly deplete the batteries. Battery life will be extended by powering the 1313 HHP from theconnected controller or device.SD CARDSD cards provide up to an additional 64MB of memory. SD cards can be used fortransferring files between the 1313 HHP andeither a PC or another 1313 HHP. The SD cardmust be inserted face down (opposite of a PCinsertion).* See the controller/device manual for the mating 4-pin Molex wiring: Pin-1 Rx, Pin-2 Gnd, Pin-3 Tx, Pin-4 12V. Vehicle/system mating connector: Molex Mini-Fit Jr. dual-row, 4 circuits, vehicle harness plug (p/n 39-01-2046). Male pinterminal (p/n 39-00-0041) Note: Some controllers/device are specifically fitted with the mating serial bus connector. No additional wiring or hardware isneeded to connect the 1313 HHP.pg. 42 — 1313 HHP OPERATION

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOCPOWER-ON THE 1313 HHPConnect the 1313 HHP into the control system by plugging it into the controller’s serial port.If the controller is on, the 1313 HHP will automatically power-up. The “loading” screen will bedisplayed while information is obtained from the controller.Once the 1313 HHP has uploaded the information from the controller, it displays the Main Screen.If a controller hasn’t connected to the 1313 HHP before, the connection-screen displays a series of 2successive progress bars (loading) that are identified as 1/2 and 2/2. The progress percentage is shownabove the bar. The 1313 HHP saves the information from each controller in a cache file, resultingin multiple saved cache files as different controllers are connected. If the cache file is deleted (see“Delete Cache File” in the HHP Settings app), the 2 steps will repeat the next time the connection ismade to the same controller. If the controller’s cache file is available, the next connection to the devicewill progress quickly because only the latest parameter settings are obtained from the controller.Connection times are faster when a cache file is available.When the 1313 HHP is initially powered from the controller’s serial-bus 12V and Groundconnections. If the power is lost while connected, the 1313 HHP will shut off even if it has batteriesinstalled.2 — 1313 HHP OPERATIONpg. 5

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOCWhen the 1313 HHP has the batteries installed and is connected to a controller without the 12V power(just the Rx/Tx/Gnd connected), pressing the power key will enable the option to either “Go Online” or “GoOffline”. If the 12V power is restored, cycling the connection will offer the option to either remain on batterypower on not.When transitioning from the Offline (battery powered) mode (see Chapter 15), the main screen will display“Waiting for System” when there is a delay or loss of the serial communication channels.If the Tx or Rx connections are disrupted, one of 2 messages are displayed. Check the system wiringconnections when any of these messages are displayed or persist.“No System detected”“System is Off ”If the serial-bus Rx and Tx lines are crossed, the 1313 HHP will power-up in the offline mode, only.For controllers/devices using the AMPSEAL connectors (individually wired serial bus), consult the controller/device manual for the proper wiring of the mating 1313 HHP 4-pin Molex connector.pg. 62 — 1313 HHP OPERATION

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOCDISPLAY FORMATThe high-resolution clarity of the LCD screen allows a wealth of information to be displayed at once.The example below shows the information available in the Main Screen.green circle ( ) indicatingconnection to system;red slash ( ) when notconnectedicon indicating accessleveldate and time(optional) 1313 batterystate-of-chargecontent area(this example showsthe Main Screen,which consistsof nine individualapplication icons)additional text linesoftkey text lineTo perform an action indicated in the softkey text, press the blanksoftkey located directly below it.In this above example, pressing the “Select” softkey will open the highlighted Parameter app. The“Select” softkey opens whichever app is highlighted. Pressing the “Offline” softkey switches the 1313HHP to Offline mode. In Offline Mode, the 1313 HHP cannot communicate with the controller.The 1313 HHP can perform operations that do not require communication with the controller. SeeChapter 15.2 — 1313 HHP OPERATION?pg. 7

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOCACCESS LEVELThe 1313 HHP is available in four access levels: OEM, Dealer, Service, and User. Each 1313 HHPmodel has access to levels below it, but not above it. Using the HHP Settings app, the access levels canbe lowered, which is useful to view apps and menus as they would appear to the lower-access 1313HHP models.OEMDealerServiceUserpg. 82 — 1313 HHP OPERATION

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOCKEY FUNCTIONSThe pushbutton keys on the 1313 HHP’s keypad allow rapid navigation through the apps.softkeysarrow keys keyspowerhelpfavoritesmain screenSoftkeysThese three keys are blank, because their function is context-specific. At any given time, their functionis shown directly above them on the LCD screen. The symbol “»” indicates more options; pressingthe softkey under the “»” will scroll to another set of options.Arrow Keys?Use these four keys to scroll up-and-down and right-and-left within the display screen. In the mainscreen, use the arrow keys to highlight one of the apps; then open the highlighted app using the“Select” softkey.Within apps, the left-arrow key () is used to navigate back to the previous screen, up to the apps? opening screen. If the “Exit menus with left arrow” is set to “Yes” in the HHP Settings options,pressing this key will exit the app, displaying the main screen.Within apps, the right-arrow key ( ) is used to navigate forwards—that is, to go to the next screen,the next function, or to open a parameter’s detail screen.2 — 1313 HHP OPERATIONpg. 9

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOC KeysUse these keys to increase or decrease the value of parameters. These keys are also used as “ Yes”and “– No” keys. The keys are also used to scroll through optional settings such as access levels orlanguages.?PowerThe Power key turns the 1313 HHP on or off.?If the controller’s serial connection is powered, the 1313 HHP will turn on automatically whenconnected.Turn off the 1313 HHP by pressing and holding the Power key for 2 seconds. A pop-up message willask you to confirm. The softkey text will offer the choices “Yes” and “No.”Unplugging the 1313 HHP will turn it off even if the batteries are installed.If the 1313 HHP has been turned off, or if it has timed out and shut off, pressing the Power key willturn it on again.Note: when the 1313 HHP is connected to a PC using the USB cable, the 1313 is powered by thePC. Pressing the power key will have no effect. The 1313 HHP displays “USB Mode Active” andappears as a removable drive to the PC.FavoritesThis key is an alternate way to bring up the Favorites app. Access Favorites by either selecting theFavorites icon on the Main Screen, or by using this Favorites key. See Chapter 9, Favorites, for moreinformation about using the Favorites app.?ScreenshotsMomentarily press the Power Key and then momentarily press the Favorites key to save the presentimage of the LCD display. These are called screenshots. See Chapter 14 for further details aboutscreenshots.?Main ScreenPressing this key will return the 1313 HHP to the Main Screen from any location. When the main?screen is displayed, use this key to cycle through the individual apps. Use either this key or the arrowkeys to navigate within the main screen.?pg. 10HelpThis key is used to display context-specific Help text.2 — 1313 HHP OPERATION

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOC3 — MAIN SCREEN AND APPS ORGANIZATIONThe Main Screen contains 9 apps that are each identified by a specific icon.Some apps may contain just one level of information, but most contain multiple levels. Items markedwith a folder open as new submenus. Items marked with a grid open into tables. Items marked witha dialogue balloon open into a set of instructions for performing a procedure, such as calibration.At any point, use the left-arrow key ( ) to navigate back to the previous screen. (It is possible tolimit this left-arrow key function using the “Exit menus with left arrow” item in the HHP Settingsmenu; see Chapter 10.)APP STRUCTUREWhen any of the app’s top-level menus are selected () the name of the app is displayedadjacent to its icon. When navigating through a hierarchical menu, the text at the top of the screenexpands to show the path taken. Likewise, the item’s relative position on the screen or in a menu isshown in the window. The top, or first item will indicate “1 of X” while the bottom, or last item willindicate “X of X” on the screen. This is helpful when the quantity of items in the menu/sub-menuexceeds the display’s 8 lines.3 — MAIN SCREEN AND APPS ORGANIZATIONpg. 11

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019This is the root level of theParameters app, as indicatedby the bold text heading.Return to TOCHighlighted item is the3rd of 19 items withinthe menuThese lines of text show thepath to the selected itemwithin the Parameters app.Parameters1 - Speed ModeSpeed ControllerAcc FeedforwardBuild RateNote that when the Speed Mode folder is highlighted, the “ 10” and “ 100” softkeys are grayed out(indicating they do not apply)—but when Build Rate is highlighted, these softkeys are available.If exiting an app using the main screen key ( ) and later returning to the same app, the app willopen to a location that depends on the “Remember Last View” setting in the HHP Settings app. Ifthe setting is “Off ”, the app opens at the top-level. If the setting is “On”, the app opens to the mostrecently used location.In the above illustrated example, if “Remember Last View” is set to “On,” the next time the Parametersapp is selected it will open at the highlighted Build Rate parameter.Note: If the 1313 HHP is turned off (e.g., the controller is key-cycled) the “last-place-memory”is lost. Each power-on session begins the Remember Last View anew, even if the setting is “On”.pg. 123 — MAIN SCREEN AND APPS ORGANIZATION

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOCTYPES OF APP ITEMSEach item in the applications is represented by one of the following icons.These are read-only items, providing detailed information. This symbol also appears on pop-upscreens.Folders indicate menus or submenus. Pressing select or the right-arrow key opens the folder. Use theleft-arrow key to navigate back out of nested menus.These are settings adjust with the “ ” and “–” keys. Press the “ ” and “–” keys to cycle through theoptions. Options can be numerical values, yes/no choices, or multiple choices.These items perform a procedure as indicated by the item’s name. Pressing the “right-arrow" keywill either complete the procedure, or open a dialogue box to step through the procedure, such asautocalibrating a throttle.These items open up into tables. A text line located below the table (just above the softkey text line)shows the name of the cell and its present value. Use the arrow keys to select cells, and the “ ” and“–” keys to increase/decrease the values.These are read-only Monitor values.This symbol indicates a file the programmer cannot recognize; it is also used for .hps (programmersettings) files.These are system faults.These are .cpf (parameter settings) files.These are read-only parameters. Useful when cloning controllers to verify these settings.3 — MAIN SCREEN AND APPS ORGANIZATIONpg. 13

Model 1313 Handheld Programmer Manual, Rev. D - April 2019Return to TOCTHE NINE APPSThe following 9 applications (apps) are available for programmable controllers. Each application willbe fully described in the subsequent chapters.System InfoChapter 4System InfoParametersChapter 5ParametersMonitorChapter 6MonitorDiagnosticsChapter 7DiagnosticsProgrammingChapter 8Prog

The Curtis 1313 Handheld Programmer (1313 HHP) performs programming and troubleshooting tasks for Curtis programmable motor controllers, gauges, and control systems. The 1313 HHP connects to Curtis devices in one of two ways- specific