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  DEFINITIONS   IMPORTANT: Data shown in the Isuzu Health Report is only valid between the beginning and ending selected reporting dates unless otherwise noted. General Tab General Information - Customer data entered by the user with the exception of the VIN and reporting dates. The VIN is extracted from the engine control module, while the reporting date and time is based upon internet server date and time (if an internet connection was detected at the time of the data upload) OR PC date and time. Fuel Economy Summary - Distance Traveled, Fuel Consumed and Average Fuel Economy between the selected report dates. Engine Condition Summary – OK, YIELD or STOP will be displayed for Engine Coolant Overtemperature Frequency (230+°F) and Engine Overspeed (4000+ RPM). Emission Condition Summary - OK, YIELD or STOP will be displayed for diesel particulate filter (DPF) Regeneration Completion (percentage as the ratio of the number of regeneration cycles completed to the number of regeneration cycles attempted). See Emission Tab for actual DPF Regeneration count information. 100-65%  complete displays OK indicating the vehicle is being operated in a manner that is acceptable to ensure complete DPF regeneration. 64-29%  complete displays YIELD (Caution) indicating the vehicle is being operated in a manner that does not always complete the regeneration process before the engine is shut off by the driver. 28-0%  complete displays STOP (Take Action) indicating the vehicle is being driven in a manner that may cause the vehicle to automatically shutdown to prevent permanent engine and DPF damage. In this case, analyze driving habits and route patterns to avoid this condition. DPF Particulate Matter Accumulation – Status of particulate matter accumulation inside the DPF based upon the last differential pressure test performed before the Ending Report data was pulled. Driver Braking Rating – 0-40=STOP, 41-70=YIELD, 71+=OK. Calculation is a function denoted as the following: 100-((Y+R)*100)/G, where G is defined as the sum of (Deceleration Rate*Brake Transition Cycles in the Green area of the Braking graph), Y is defined as the sum of (Deceleration Rate*Brake Transition Cycles in the Yellow area of the Braking graph), and R is defined as the sum of (Deceleration Rate*Brake Transition Cycles in the Red area of the Braking graph). Braking Energy Rating per Mile – 0-40=STOP, 41-70=YIELD, 71+=OK. Calculation is a function denoted as the following: 100-((G+Y+R)*4)/total mileage, where G is defined as the sum of (Deceleration Rate*Brake Transition Cycles in the Green area of the Braking graph), Y is defined as the sum of (Deceleration Rate*Brake Transition Cycles in the Yellow area of the Braking graph), and R is defined as the sum of (Deceleration Rate*Brake Transition Cycles in the Red area of the Braking graph).  Average Brake Pedal Applications per Mile – Total Number of Brake Transition Cycles divided by the number of miles driven between the selected report dates. Print Current button will print the current page displayed from the Isuzu Health Report. Print All button will print all pages from the Isuzu Health Report. If you have the full Adobe Acrobat version, you can save the Isuzu Health Report as a .PDF file by selecting Adobe PDF from available printers in the Print Screen window. Save to PDF button will prompt you for a location to save the current report as a PDF document. Driving Type Highway Driving is defined as vehicle speed greater than about 50 mph for an extended period of time. City Diving is defined as vehicle speed about 20 to 50 mph. Low Speed Driving is defined as vehicle speed about 10 to 20 mph. Idling While Driving is defined as engine speed less than 1200 RPM with vehicle speed greater than about 10 mph (coasting). Low Speed Idling is defined as engine speed at idle with vehicle speed less than about 10 mph (creeping). Idling While Parked is defined as engine speed less than 1200 RPM with the vehicle stopped. PTO Operation is defined as the PTO switch turned ON with the engine running.  Mileage Tab Distances Traveled at each speed range between the selected report dates. Fuel Tab Fuel Consumed at each speed range between the selected report dates. Economy Tab Miles per Gallon at each speed range between the selected report dates. Time Tab Driving Time at each speed range between the selected report dates. Speed Tab OWNER MUST APPROVE THE VIEWING OF THIS PAGE. Complete the provided Consent Form to allow viewing. Total time in hours the engine is operating for each MPH range (6 mph increments) between the selected report dates. Temperature Tab Total time in hours the engine is operating for each engine coolant temperature range between the selected report dates. Cold engine running coolant temperature: Less than 149°F Normal engine running coolant temperature: Between 149°F and 221°F Hot engine running coolant temperature: Between 221°F and 240°F Overheating engine running coolant temperature (harmful): Over 240°F  Acceleration Tab Total time in hours the engine is operating for each accelerator pedal position (10% increments) between the selected report dates. A “heavy footed” driver will operate the vehicle at large accelerator pedal openings, which will be displayed toward the 81%-100% range. Braking Tab Total number of times the brake pedal was applied between the selected report dates resulting in various vehicle stopping rates. Vehicles operating in the RED colored range of the Braking chart will cause premature brake component wear. Miscellaneous Tab DPF Regeneration Count displays the total number of attempted and completed regeneration attempts between the selected report dates. Engine Usage displays the number of times the engine was started, the amount of time the engine was running and the number of times the engine rotated between the selected report dates. Vehicle Speed displays the maximum speed achieved since vehicle production; the total distance traveled over 75 mph between the selected report dates, and the amount of time the vehicle was driven above 75 mph between the selected report dates. OWNER MUST APPROVE THE VIEWING OF THIS SECTION. PTO Activation displays the number of times and the amount of time that the PTO switch was turned ON with the engine running between the selected report dates.
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