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(g) HIRSCHMANN

Crane Safety Load Moment Indicator

User Manual

HC3926

(g) HIRSCHMANN

Crane Safety Load Moment Indicator

User Manual

HC3926

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1. General information 2. Warnings 3. General information of use 4. Inspection before operation 5. System description 5.1 System components 5.2 Characteristics parameter for main components 5.2.1 Central unit 5.2.2 Operate console 5.2.3 Pressure transducer 5.2.4 Length/Angle sensor 5.3 Control and alarm 6. Description of system components 6.1 LCD display 6.1.1 Display content 6.2 Description of the display 6.2.1 Bargraph (load moment percentage) 6.2.2 Operation code set 6.2.3 Reeving setting 6.2.4 Setting time 6.2.5 Memory check 3 4 4 5 6 7 8 8 8 9 9 10 11 11 11 12 12 13 14 15 16

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6.2.6 Print data 6.3 Error code 6.4 Limitation of boon angle 6.4.1 Setting of upper angle limitation 6.4.2 Setting of lower angle limitation 6.4.3 Delete of angle setting 6.5 Tare display 6.6 Alarm stop 6.7 Indication Light 6.7.1 A2B indication light 6.7.2 Pre-warning light 6.7.3 Overload warning light 7. Daily maintenance 7.1 Content of maintenance 7.2 Replace the fuse 7.3 Adjustment for the length sensor 7.4 Adjustment for the angle sensor 7.5 Buzzer 7.6 Length cable of the length sensor 8. Error codes and remedy 9. HC3926 LMI system connection drawing 10. Operation mode list

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1. General information
The load moment indicator (LMI) HC3926 can be equipped with various cranes and has been designed to provide the crane operator with the essential information which enable the machine to be used within its designed parameters. Using various sensing devices and operation mode, the HC3926 LMI monitors all crane functions and provides the operator with a real time working condition parameter. The readings continuously change with the crane action. The HC3926 LMI also provides the operator with information regarding the length and angle of the boom, tip height, working radius, rated load and actual load. If non permitted conditions are approached, the HC3926 warning light LMI will warn the operator by an audible alarm, or a at the same time send out a cutting-off signal.

Combining with some control circuit of the crane, the operators can only work to the safe direction, and telescope out, boom luffing down, hoist up will be stopped.

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2. Warnings
The HC3926 LMI is an operational aid which warns a crane operator of an approaching of over-hoist condition and of overload conditions which may cause damage to equipment and personnel. This device is not, and should not, be a substitute for good judgment, experience and accepted safe crane operating procedures, the operator is solely responsible for the safe operation of the crane and must observe and obey all warnings and instructions supplied by the crane manufacturer. Prior to operating a crane equipped with a operational aid, the operator must carefully and thoroughly read and understand the information in this manual and the crane manufacturer's manual to insure that the operator knows the operation and limitations of the operational aid and crane. Proper functioning is dependent on proper daily inspection and observance of the operating instructions set forth in this manual.

3. General information of use


(1) The LMI is a protection aid. To use it properly the operator
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must comply with this manual Ensure that operation is under permitted conditions Abide the safe operation rule Abide other rules and notes. (2) Before operation the operator must switch on and ensure LMI system works well. (3) Forbid heavily shake central unit, display and sensors. (4) Unauthorized personnel can't remove the shell, otherwise moisture and dust will go into the inner part. (5) Cut off the electricity while moving the crane. (6) Gently clean the display with pledget.

4. Inspection before operation


(1) Check the cable of the length/angle sensor. (2) Check the cable of the other parts. (3) Switch on and check the display. (4) After the properly work of the display, please check the system. If you find some problems that you can't solve, please directly contact with us.

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5. System description
The HC3926 load moment indicator consists of a central microprocessor unit (central unit), operating console, length/angle sensor, pressure transducer and anti-two-block switch. The system operates on the principle of reference/actual

comparison. The actual value, resulting from the pressure measurement is compared with the reference data stored in the central processor memory and evaluated in the microprocessor. When limits are reached, an overload-warning signal is generated at the operator's console. At the same time, the dangerous crane movements, such as hoist up, telescope out and boom down will be stopped (need the cooperation of the crane's circuit). The data regarding the crane, such as load capacity charts, boom weights, centers of gravity and other geometry parameters are stored in memory chips in the central processor unit and calculated by the central unit for operation condition. Boom length and angle are measured by the length/angle sensor, which is mounted on the boom. The length cable reel also serves for

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signal transmission for the anti-two-block switch. The actual load is measure by the pressure transducer which separately mounted in the cylinder piston and cylinder rod and then sent to the central unit and calculated by microprocessor. Pressure transducers attached to the main and auxiliary hoisting rope measure the crane load. 5.1 System components (1) Central unit (2) Operate console (3) Length/angle sensor (4) Pressure transducer (one or two) (5) A2B switch
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5.2 Characteristics parameter for main components 5.2.1 Central unit Power supply: Temperature: Humidity: Protection class: DC24V(-25%~+50%) -20C ~ +70C below 95% IP42

5.2.2 Operate console Power supply: Temperature: Humidity: Protection class: DC10V ~ 30V -20C ~ +70C below 95% IP42

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5.2.3 Pressure transducer Power supply: Output signal: Calibration temperature: Working temperature: Storage temperature: Accuracy class: Protection class: Linearity error: DC +24V(-25%~+50%) 4mA~20mA -25C~+70C -40C~ +85 C -50C~+100C 1 IP65 <+/- 1%F.S

Temperature drifts of zero point and sensitivity per degree centigrade: < 0.3%o/C

5.2.4 Length/Angle sensor Install position: Protection class: *fr one side of the crane's main boom - IP 65

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5.3 Control and alarm 1. Alarm for: Over load Over-hoist System error

Any of above condition happens, HC3926 will send alarm signal or stop crane movement toward dangerous. 2. Prohibit Boom luffing down Boom telescope out Hoist up

When system alarm any of above movement will be stopped, and only operation toward safety is allowed. 3. Weighing Actual load Net weight

The actual load will be displayed and if you press "net weight" button, then the weight of the weighing tool will be set to 0 and the display is only the net weight of the load.

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6. Description of system components


6.1 LCD display It is generally installed in the operate console where the best place for the operator to watch the displayed data. Mostly is in front of the operator.

the operator's field of vision.

6.1.1 Display content (1) Time (or error code) (2) Actual load (3) Rated load (4) Hoist height (5) Operation code (6) Reeving code (time or E xx) ( unit: (unit: (unit: ton) ton) m)

( numerical) ( numerical)
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(7) Lower angle limit (8) Bargraph (load moment percentage) (9) Upper angle limit (10) Boom length (11) Boom angle (13) Working radius

( unit: centigrade) (unit: %)

(unit: centigrade) (unit: m)

(unit: centigrade) (unit: m)

6.2 Description of the display 6.2.1 Bargraph (load moment percentage) As the rated load change with motion of the crane, the bargraph will constantly change on the display thus to correspond with the cranes' rated data. The bargraph has three areas: green area : within 90% of the rated load moment 12 -

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yellow prewarning area: reaching 9 0 % ^ 100% of the rated load moment red warning area: exceeding 100% of the rated load moment 6.2.2 Operation code set To adjust LMI's parameter according to the actual working condition of the crane. Before operation the crane, operation code should coincident with the actual operation condition. Correct ways of choose an operation code: Press the button "function" for confirmation then it displays: Function setting D ^ S e t t i n g OM Setting Reevings Setting time Print Error code Please choose "setting OM" and then press "enter", it displays: Setting OM OM code 01 Setting for current OM , press " t " and " J, " for increase or decrease the OM value. Press "enter ' for return. Obey the regulation!

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You can use " " or " , " to adjust the operation condition value the same as the actual value. After that please press "enter" to return to the normal interface. 6.2.3 Reeving setting To ensure that the displayed value is the same with the actual reeving before start work. The correct way of setting reevings: Press the button "function" and then the " J, " button, it displays: Function setting Setting OM Setting reevings Setting time Print Error code Press the "enter" on the display and then you can see: Setting reevings Reeving 01 Setting current rope number as reeving 01.Press " " and " * " for increase or decrease the OM value. Press "enter" for return. Obey the regulation!
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You can use " I " or " + " to adjust the displayed reeving value the same as the actual value. After that please press "enter" to return to the normal interface. 6.2.4 Setting time Correctly setting of time is the basic work of counting and operating. To set to local time. Press" function" and then the key " J- " It displays: Function setting Setting OM Setting reevings Setting time Print Error code You can use " T " or " . " to choose the "Setting time" item and press "enter". Then it displays: ****** Setting time ****** * *Y 2004
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And then you can " | "enter". Then you can see:

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After setting the correct time then move the hand cursor to "back" and press "enter" then return to the normal interface. 6.2.5 Memory check This function is only available for the manufacture of crane. 6.2.6 Print data For LMI system which consist print application. 6.3 Error code In case of a malfunction of the system the display will indicate a code which identifies the system malfunction. Thus the operator can find and eliminate the malfunction and make maintenance. Right way of checking the malfunction: Press "function" button and choose "Error code" and press"enter".

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See picture 16 Function setting Setting OM Setting reevings Setting time Query for store Print Error code You can use " I " or " J" to check the information of the

error code. Then press "enter" return to the normal interface. See the interface of error code page:

Error code E19 malfunction : reference voltage error

cause j 1. The reference voltage in the measuring point SPGSUM is lower than 3.6V 2. A/D converter is defective remedy: 1. Check the power supply 2. Replace main board

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6.4 Limitation of boon angle HC3926 LMI system has the function of confining angle scope of the crane's boom. In order to warn the operator of dangerous working conditions such like buildings, bridges and high-volt wirings it should reset the angle limitation of the boom after the boom telescope out again. Warning The angle limitation function of HC3926 system is only a warning purpose no control function. The user can select this function according to the actual condition. Each time restart the LMI system it is asked to reset the angle limitation.

6.4.1 Setting of upper angle limitation Please boom up to the maximum safe angle and press this button before operate the crane. Then the LMI system set this angel as the upper limitation. The signal will light and display "upper angle limitation xx ". If this limitation is exceeded the button's signal will light and LMI sound alarm to warn the operator to take care.

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6.4.2 Setting of lower angle limitation Please boom down to the minimum safe angle and press this button before operate the crane. Then the LMI system set this angel as the lower limitation. The signal will light and display "lower angle limitation xx ". If the actual angle is lower than this value the button's signal will light and LMI sound alarm to warn the operator to take care.

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limitation was deleted. 6.5 Tare display The net weight refers to the only actual load without the other appendix such as hook weight. When empty load (including: hook) please press "net weight" button on the display and it will indicate "0" (see pic.20); If the boom angle keep unchanged then the displayed value is the net weight of the load.

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Warning
Make sure the boom movement be in allowed scope when hoist with load. To delete the function of "net weight" just change the radius. 6.6 Alarm stop HC3926 system will sound aloud under the following conditions: reach to maximum rated capacity the hook approach the tip of limitation reach to angle limitation LMI system malfunction wrong operation By pressing the button o f alarm stop" the alarm will be stopped for 15 seconds. 21 -

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6.7 Indication Light 6.7.1 A2B indication light See picture (right) IC

The red warning light will light up as soon as the anti-two-block limit Switch contact open, indicating that a two-blocking condition is approaching. At the same time the audible alarm will sound. The following crane movements will be stopped subsequently: hoist up, telescope out, boom down. In order to avoid any injury to people or crane, please check the A2B system before operating the crane in the following procedure: a. Manually lifting the weight attached to the anti two-block switches, then the audible alarm sound and the anti two-block alarm light will light. b. Slowly raise the hook or lower the boom or extend(telescope) the boom to create a potential two-block condition, when the hook lifts the weight, the audible alarm sound, the anti two-block alarm light will light and the crane movement such as hoist up, luffing down, telescopic out will be stopped. c. If the light and audible alarm do not function as described and the crane movements are not stopped, the system is not working
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properly. The malfunction shall be corrected before operating the crane. 6.7.2 Pre-warning light See picture (right) The yellow load moment pre-warning light will light up when the load on the crane reaches the defined pre-warning area 90%"-100% of the rated capacity, thus indicating that an overload condition is approaching. This means for the operator to continue his crane operation with extreme caution. 6.7.3 Overload warning light The red "Stop" light will light up and alarm Sound when the actual load reach to 100% of the rated capacity. The crane movement such as hoist up, boom stretch out and luffing down will be stopped. This condition can be eliminated when hoist down the load or luffing up.

7. Daily maintenance 7.1 Content of maintenance A. Check the connection of the cable. Replace if any defective. B. Check the insulation of the connection cable and induction cable of the length angle sensor and A2B Switch. Replace if any defective.
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C. Check the sensibility of the A2B Switch. D. Check the cable reel (loose or not). E. Check the pressure transducer on the hydraulic and the connection line. 7.2 Replace the fuse Malfunction: only alarm sound no cut-off output power Remedy: replace the 10A refuse 7.3 Adjustment for the length sensor To adjust the length of the boom in the following way: Retract the boom to basic boom length and check the pre-stress of the cable reel (cable must be tight). Then open the housing of the length/angle sensor and use the screwdriver turn the axis of the length potentiometer (see the arrow mark) till the displayed boom length accord with the basic boom length.

Adjustment of length sensor


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7.4 Adjustment for the angle sensor The angle sensor is installed in the same housing with the length sensor. First, retract the boom to the basic length and make sure the displayed value accord with the actual length. Use the angle instrument or the tape measure to check whether the actual angle between 10 and 70 keep the same with the displayed value. If not then must adjust the angle sensor. You can loose the install bolt with an arrow mark in the picture and write down the angle degree. Adjust the angle sensor to change the radius. Usually per 0.5 accord with 100mm. And then luffing to 70 and check the radius

again. Repeat the above action till the displayed value accord with the actual value. And then tight the bolt again.

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7.5 Buzzer If the system display in order and no any error code but the buzzer aloud without stop then you should check the connection between the length cable and A2B switch to see whether it drop off or water fall in. 7.6 Length cable of the length sensor The reason for the length cable that cannot drawback when the boom retract or length cable loose when the boom retract to the basic condition is that the mechanic peculiarity of the reelspring or the length cable fall off the tank so the retrieve force decrease. To solve the problem just tight the length cable inside the cable reel for several rounds: 1. Withdraw the crane and lay the boom on the frame 2. Tight the cable reel for several rounds to make the length cable can be draw out as normal 3. If tighting the cable cause boom length wrong display then adjust the length sensor till the displayed value accord with the actual boom length

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8. Error codes and remedy


During the operations in case of any improper operation or LMI system malfunction the display will indicate a code which identifies the error for the operator's reference. Some errors are caused by LMT

malfunction and some errors are caused by operator's improper action.

Mark: If you need any help please do not hesitate to contact us phone: +86 516 87885700 fax +86 516 87793971

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Malfunctions table 1 Error 1 code Error Cause Elimination

E01

Fallen below the Fallen below minimum radius or Luff down the the radius exceeding the maximum boom to a radius or range or angle specified in the angle preset in the angle range respective load chart due load chart exceeded to luffing up the boom too far The maximum radius was Max. radius exceeded or fallen below Luff up the boom exceeded or the minimum angle to a radius or an fallen below specified in the respective angle reset in the the angle load chart due to luffing load chart range down the boom too far Boom position is Exceeded the permissible out of the working area with load permissible working area

E02

E03

Move boom back to the permissible working area

E04

Operating mode not existing

Correctly set operating mode Incorrect setting of OM according to actual or enter into operation or move impermissible working back to the area permissible working area

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Error

Cause a) boom has been extended too far or not enough ,e.g. if operation is only admitted up to a certain boom length or for load charts of jibs with the boom having to be extended to a certain length b) the length sensor adjustment changed i.e. length sensor cable slid off the length sensor drum c) clutch between length sensor pot and drive is defective d) cable between the central unit and the length sensor defective or slack e) length potentiometer defective

Elimination a) telescope boom to correct length, given in the load capacity chart b) retract the boom, check the pre-stress of the cable reel(the rope has to be under traction open the length sensor and carefully turn the length pot counterclockwise by use of a screwdriver to make the displayed value the same with the actual length of the boom c) completely replace the clutch with the drive wheel and adjust length sensor pot as described at b d) check cable as well as connectors and exchange, if necessary e) replace length pot

E05

Prohibited length ange

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Error code

Error Fallen Fallen below angle range during luffing operation jib

Cause below in the the

Elimination

minimum angle range specified respective load chart due to luffing down the jib too far

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E06

load chart

Replace relay, if No E07 acknowledgement from the overload relay Overload relay is this replacement is not satisfactory the connection board has to be replaced, too

caught, defective or is not being driven

Replace relay No E08 acknowledgement of the A2B switch relay A2B-relay is caught, defective or is not being driven replacement satisfactory has to

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Elimination

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Replace relay, if this replacement The relay 2 in the is not No connection board is acknowledgment satisfactory, the defective or not being of the relay 2 connection board driven has to be replaced, too a) cable between length sensor and a) check cable central unit defective and connectors not connected or as well and Fallen below limit water in the replace, if for the measuring connectors necessary channel "length b) length sensor pot b) replace length telescopic boom" defective sensor pot c) electronic board in c) replace main the measuring board channel defective a) cable leading from the central unit to the Fallen below pressure transducers lower limit value defective or water in the connectors. for the measuring channel " pressure b) pressure transducer transducer rod defective side" c)electronic board in the measuring channel defective a) check cable and connectors as well and replace, if necessary. b) replace pressure transducer c)replace main board

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Error code

Error

Cause

Elimination a) check cable &connectors as well and replace, if necessary b) replace pressure transducer c) replace main board a) check cable &connectors as well and replace if necessary b) replace angle sensor c) replace main board

E13

E15

a)cable between central unit to the transducer Fallen below pressure defective or water in lower limit value for the measuring the connectors channel "pressure b)pressure transducer transducer piston defective c)electronic board in side" the measuring channel defective a)cablc between central unit to the length/angle sensor Fallen below defective, loose or lower limit value water in the connectors for the measuring b) angle sensor channel "angle defective main boom" c) electronic board in the measuring channel defective a) cable between central unit to the length/angle sensor defective, loose or water in the connectors

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Fallen below lower limit value for the measuring angle sensor channel "luffing b) defective jib angle" c) electronic board in the measuring channel defective

a) check cable & connector as well, replace if necessary. b) replace angle connector c) replace main board

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Error code

Error

Cause

Elimination

a) reference voltage is E19 Reference voltage defective less than 3.6V b) A/D

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length/angle sensor to connectors and Exceeded the central unit defective replace or water in the necessary b) length potentiometer c) replace main board replace if

upper limit value E21 for measuring channel "length

connectors b) length pot defective c) electronic board in the measuring channel defective

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Cause a) cable between pressure transducer to central unit defective or water in the connector b) pressure transducer defective c) electronic board in the measuring channel defective

Elimination a) check cable and connector, and replace if necessary b) replace pressure transducer c) replace main board

Exceeded upper value E22 measuring channel "pressure transducer side"

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E23

a)cable from central unit a) check cable as to pressure transducer Upper limit well as plugs, defective or water inside replace if need value in the plugs b) replace measuring b)pressure transducer pressure channel "rod defective -side pressure" transducer c)electronic board in the exceeded c) replace main measuring channel board defective a) cable between central unit to length/angle Exceeded upper sensor defective or water limit value for in the water measuring b) angle sensor defective channel "angle c)electronic board in the main boom" measuring channel defective a) check cable & connectors replace if need b) replace angle sensor c) replace main board

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Error code

Error Exceeded upper limit value for measuring channel "angle luffing jib" Reference voltage defective

Cause a) cable between central unit to length/angle sensor defective or water in the connectors b) angle sensor defective c) electronic board in the measuring channel defective a) reference voltage is higher than 4.4V b) A/D converter defective

Elimination a)check cable & connector repl. if need b) replace angle sensor c) replace main board a) check voltage supply b) replace main board a) set the overload chips' jumper (JIPl,JP2)to512K b) replace chips and test the overload record c) replace main board

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E29

E31

Cannot store the overload memory's counter

a) chip trouble b) chip drop off c) in-correct setting of the chip's jumper d) overload record over than 1000 times

E38

Wrong system program in the SL1

The system program in the SLI does not match the Replace system programming in the data program EPROM EPROM

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Error code

Error

Cause

Elimination

E39

a) check the ground connection of the sensors b) check the test-point's c) check 8V voltage The voltage d) check if the analog signal Voltage of the supply in the is connected with high analog input voltage analog over than it's channel or e) check if the A2B switch measurement A2B switch is connect with high voltage range over 5 V t) use HC4900 checker to check if there is high voltage g) if it cause the circuit board distortion by tightening the screw replace main board Error in the internal write/ read memory (RAM) of the computer module C167 Error in the external write/read memory (RAM) defective

E41

a) replace computer module C167 b) replace main board

E42

a) replace write/read memory (CMOS) b) replace SLI main board

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Error

Cause

Elimination

E46

a) chips drop off b) incorrect setting of the chip's Cannot write jumper data into c) chips defective overload chips d) malfunction of the working voltage

a) high voltage in the analog channel b) check the setting of the jumper c) replace chips and do the overload test d) replace main board chart chart chart chart

E47

Load chart CRC calibration not correct

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a) check the load chip b) check the load The data in the chip's +5V supply load chart was lost c) replace the load or been changed data d) replace load chips

E48

Defective of load chart chips

a) chips drop off b) chips defective

a) replace the load chart data chips b) check if high voltage pass the analog channel c) check the digital channel's 5V supply d) replace main board

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Error code

Error

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Elimination

E49

Upon loading, no a) replace memory valid data are to be extension Faulty data found on the RMA in b) replace on-line during on-line the memory extension interface operation in c) replace SL1 main on-Line-programrning board

E51

Error in the Error in the FLASH Replace data FLASH FLASH data Short circuit between length cable and A2B switch
a) cable to A2B a) check cable switch defective b) A2B switch b) check the A2B switch defective c) electronics in the c) replace main board main board defective a) check 24V power supply b) check the connection between console electronics and central unit, if find defective, replace it c) replace console electronics or related SLI main board

E80

E91

a) no 24V power supply to the console b) circuit of the from No data electronics console to central transmission from console unit broken or touch to central unit the ground c) electronic board of the send/receiver defective

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Error

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E92

a) circuit from a)check the connection Error in the console electronics to between console data central unit not electronics & central transmission unit b) replace console from console connected properly or to central b) electronic board of electronics the send/receiver corresponding SLI unit defective main board Error in the data transmission from central unit to the console a) improper connection between central unit to console b) electronic board of the send/receiver defective a) check circuit to the console b) replace console electronics or corresponding SLI main board a) check connection of the console b) check the connection of the power supply c) replace electronics d) replace electronics of the console or central unit e) check the FLASH 0 replace main board of the central unit g) replace computer module h) replace the coupler of main board

E93

E94

a) circuit from central unit to the console is broken or touch the ground b) 5 V power supply in the central unit is No data defective transmission from central c) 5V power supply is too low unit to the d) data send/receiver console defective e) data FLASH defective f ) computer module defective g) coupler defective

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10. Operation mode list


crane type operation
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explain use main boom work in side or rear area use main boom work in front area use jib with zero degree fixed angle work in side or rear area use jib with zero degree fixed angle work in front area use jib with 15 degrees fixed angle work in side or rear area use jib with 15 degrees fixed angle work in front area use jib with 30 degrees fixed angle work in side or rear area use jib with 30 degrees fixed angle work in front area use head sheave work in side or rear area use head sheave work in front area use main boom work in side or rear area use main boom work in front area use jib with zero degree fixed angle work in side or rear area use jib with zero degree fixed angle work in front area use jib with 15 degrees fixed angle work in side or rear area use jib with 15 degrees fixed angle work in front area use head sheave work in side or rear area | use head sheave work in front area

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Operation mode 01 21 31 81 02 22 32 82

explain use main boom with full outrigger work in side or rear area use main boom with half outrigger work in side or rear area use main boom with half outrigger work in front area use main boom with full outrigger work in front area use the first jib under zero degree fixed angle with full outrigger work in side or rear area use the first jib under zero degree fixed angle with half outrigger work in side or rear area use the first jib under zero degree fixed angle with half outrigger work in front area use the first jib under zero degree fixed angle with full outrigger work in front area use two jibs under zero degree fixed angle with full outrigger work in side or rear area use two jibs under zero degree fixed angle with half outrigger work in side or rear area use two jibs under zero degree fixed angle with half outrigger work in front area use two jibs under zero degree fixed angle with full outrigger work in front area use the first jib under 15 degrees fixed angle with full outrigger work in side or rear area use the first jib under 15 degrees fixed angle with half outrigger work in side or rear area use the first jib under 15 degrees fixed angle with half outrigger work in front area use the first jib under 15 degrees fixed angle with full outrigger work in front area

QY50B 03 23 33 83 04 24 34 84

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MANUAL

crane

explain use two jibs under 15 degrees fixed angle with full outrigger work in side or rear area use two jibs under 15 degrees fixed angle with half outrigger work in side or rear area use two jibs under 15 degrees fixed angle with half outrigger work in front area use two jibs under 15 degrees fixed angle with full outrigger work in front area use the first jib under 30 degree fixed angle with full outrigger work in side or rear area use the first jib under 30 degree fixed angle with half outrigger work in side or rear area use the first jib under 30 degree fixed angle with half outrigger work in front area use the first jib under 30 degree fixed angle with full outrigger work in front area use two jibs under 30 degrees fixed angle with full outrigger work in side or rear area use two jibs under 30 degrees fixed angle with half outrigger work in side or rear area use two jibs under 30 degrees fixed angle with half outrigger work in front area use two jibs under 30 degrees fixed angle with full outrigger work in front area use head sheave with full outrigger work in side or rear area use head sheave with half outrigger work in side or rear area use head sheave with half outrigger work in front area use head sheave with full outrigger work in front area

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86 QY50B
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