Hello , i am now in the market for purchasing the cummins Inline 5 so i have a few questions .
1) can i password lock my ECU with insite/inline , so truck can’t be started (like you do with Roadrelay5) ?
2) Does Insite/Incal have any software options to do a complete test with the full loaded truck/trailler exactly like the Cummins dealer do on a Dyno test ? ( i mean HP , fuel pressure , blowby test , injector cut ,etc ?)
3) What’s the main difference between Incal 5 and 6 ?
Well insite is the Cummins electronic service diagnostic tool. There are several different versions of Cummins insite from the free version all the way up to the pro version and they all cost different prices and they are bought with a yearly subscription. The inline 5,6 is the tool you use to hook up to the truck and to your computer that basically talks to the ecm and converts the data from the ecm to your computer to be able to be viewed on the computer. The difference between the two is the 5 is the previous data link tool now the 6 is the latest and fastest interface tool meaning that it converts the data faster from the ecm to the laptop. You can’t lock the ecm with insite for anti theft but you can password protect the ecm so changes can only be made to the ecm with a password entered first. If you want anti theft then you need to get the road relay. With insite you can do several tests to your engine like cut out tests andinjector performance tests and several other tests depending on your engine model and calibration. Insite is the tool that deals and distributors use to diagnose engines and you can change parameters, view data logs trip information, view fault codes and clear fault codes, view engine abuse history calibrate the vgt turbo and ecm. Incal is the calibration disc’s that are used to install calibrations with insite into the ecm for updates. There is so much more that can be done with insite to.