Even if you don’t have the VMSpc Cables and Hardware you can still install and try out the software. You can see for yourself how easy it is to customize VMSpc to your tastes. And when you are ready to “go live”, give us a call and we’ll set you up with everything else you need.
Software upgrades are always free and no log-in is required. When in doubt: Read the manual. ====
Diagnostic ports vary greatly across the spread of coach-builds and years. Find yours and have a good look at it before you call. Refer to the Connector Document to identify what the Diagnostic sockets look like.
To start a fresh installation, click on VMSpc link below. When first prompted, Open it (don’t download it) –save/copy the Folder to a place on your PC you can find easily, such as c:\ or your Desktop. Install the drivers by (double-clicking on) ‘Install_Drivers.exe’. Once the driver software has completed, install program from that same folder (ex: “Distribution_Disk_v4.0.x”). Reboot, open the VMSpc program with that new desktop shortcut, select your specific engine (when prompted). The first time opening you’ll need to confirm that communications are set; USB JIB etc. Follow the manual on this. Need a hand? Call and we can walk you through.
If you are having difficulty Installing VMSpc v4.x, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions Page for further information.
v4.0.8 (Coaches 2007 and Newer)
v3.0 (Coaches 2006 and older)
v2.5 (prior release to v3.0. Alternative option)
Device drivers for win7, 8, 10
Manual for v3.0 or prior software
Manual for v4.x and later software
Engine Calibration Files
Looking for a particular engine for your VMSpc™ installation? All the current engine files since 2008 have been added to the VMSpc distribution disk– Open the link for the group, extract the Engines Folder to your C:\VMSpc folder, then select [Advanced] [Engine Type] use the [Look In] box at the top to open the newly downloaded Engines folder. Select your engine then click [Open]. You’re done.
If your engine is not included in the VMSpc Installation contact us, and we’ll go to work on developing the calibration tables for it. Some ISL9 engines have been difficult (or impossible) to find data on. It seems Cummins is choosing to keep this information “proprietary” and otherwise all to themselves. If this is the case, you may need to help by requesting it or scouring the web for it. Also, note that these files are only used to calculate torque and horsepower. All other gauges and features will function and report without them.