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4. Troubleshooting
Repairs
4.1 Troubleshooting methods
4.2 Troubleshooting SPACE
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5.1 Service
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Contents
Preface......................................................................................... 3
Safety regulations......................................................................... 4
Read this for your safety.................................................... 4
Excluded personnel ........................................................... 4
Extract from EN12999:2000............................................... 5
Extract from EN12644-1 .................................................... 6
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PREF PREF PREF PREF PREFACE ACE ACE ACE ACE
This service manual describes the microprocessor
controlled electronic safety system, which is used to
control the various functions on a HIAB crane.
The information in this manual is divided into seven
different main sections. Some of the sections are
divided into subsections.
The new structure of the binder will make it easier for
you, the service engineer in the HIAB organisation, to
find the information you are looking for.
If for example a customer wants to have a winch
mounted on his crane, all information regarding electri-
cal connection and changing of settings will be found
under section 6.1 Connecting accessories.
If you want to learn more about how the system works
all information regarding function and components will
be found under section 2 System description.
We hope that you will like the improved layout of the
manual.
If there is something regarding the information or
structure in the manual that you think could be im-
proved please let us know. Your information will be of
great value to us and will be used when updating the
manual.
HIAB AB,
Product support dept.,
Technical documentation
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SAFETY SAFETY SAFETY SAFETY SAFETY REGULA REGULA REGULA REGULA REGULATIONS TIONS TIONS TIONS TIONS
Read this for your safety Read this for your safety Read this for your safety Read this for your safety Read this for your safety
The HIAB Cargo Handling Equipment can be hazar-
dous if it is not operated correctly. Make sure you read
and understand the general safety information given in
this chapter.
The equipment must be operated in accordance with
the instructions given in the relevant Operators
Manual. Using the equipment in any other way or for
any other purpose is prohibited.
Warnings, cautions, notes and tips are given in this
manual. Their meanings are as follows:
W WW WWARNING ARNING ARNING ARNING ARNING
A Warning is given where wrong action could result in
death or injury to the operator and nearby personnel.
Warnings must always be adhered to, and given
precedence over written and verbal instructions as well
as Cautions.
CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION CAUTION
A Caution is given where wrong action could result in
damage to the equipment. Cautions must always be
adhered to, and given precedence over Notes, and
written and verbal instructions.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
A note emphasises an important piece of information or
an instruction.
Warnings and Cautions that apply to the general
operation of the HIAB Cargo Handling
Equipment are given in the relevant Operators Manual.
TIP! TIP! TIP! TIP! TIP!
Tip to make work easy to carry out.
Excluded personnel Excluded personnel Excluded personnel Excluded personnel Excluded personnel
Untrained personnel must not operate or carry out
repairs to the Cargo Handling Equipment.
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Extract from EN12999:2000 Extract from EN12999:2000 Extract from EN12999:2000 Extract from EN12999:2000 Extract from EN12999:2000
7.2.4 7.2.4 7.2.4 7.2.4 7.2.4 Maintenance manual Maintenance manual Maintenance manual Maintenance manual Maintenance manual
7.2.4.1 The manual shall contain information and
instructions to ensure that maintenance can
be carried out safely, and foreseen hazards
which may occur shall be noted.
Information and drawings for the identification
of parts which may need replacement during
maintenance shall be shown.
The manual shall include information for the
in-service inspections and tests that are
required to be carried out by a competent
person to ensure that the crane is safe to
use. The instructions shall detail the
necessary periodic checks and tests
procedures for the crane and the limiting and
indicating devices. Specific time period and/
or monitoring procedures may be listed.
The manual shall contain instructions on
examinations and tests which shall be
carried out after alterations or repairs to a
crane before putting back into use.
7.2.4.2 The manufacturer shall provide advice how to
disconnect tubing and lines when pressure
may be retained in the hydraulic lines when
the power supply has been switched off.
7.2.4.3 The manual shall include information on
materials and parts requiring specialized
repairing techniques (e.g. welding at low
temperature).
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Extract from EN12644-1 Extract from EN12644-1 Extract from EN12644-1 Extract from EN12644-1 Extract from EN12644-1
5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5 Maintenance instructions (preventative Maintenance instructions (preventative Maintenance instructions (preventative Maintenance instructions (preventative Maintenance instructions (preventative
and corrective) and corrective) and corrective) and corrective) and corrective)
This section shall include:
a) drawings and parts lists as appropriate
b) preventative maintenance tasks and
intervals
c) safety precautions during maintenance
d) maintenance parameters (pressure
settings, torque values, rope discard
criteria, tolerances, etc.)
e) checklists, test values and associated
schematic diagrams
f) reference to specialist repair processes
g) reference to special tools
h) checks, inspections, examinations and
tests, which are needed in accordance
with the design of the crane, including the
safe conditions for carrying them out, with
advice for the recording of all defects and
incidents
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
Guidance for periodical checks, Guidance for periodical checks, Guidance for periodical checks, Guidance for periodical checks, Guidance for periodical checks,
inspections, examinations and tests is inspections, examinations and tests is inspections, examinations and tests is inspections, examinations and tests is inspections, examinations and tests is
given in ISO 12480-1. given in ISO 12480-1. given in ISO 12480-1. given in ISO 12480-1. given in ISO 12480-1.
i) criteria and, if appropriate, adequate
records to enable determination of the
approach to the design constraints of the
cranes components. If specific indicating
or recording devices are used to achieve
this, instructions for use and maintenance
are to be given
N NN NNOTE! OTE! OTE! OTE! OTE!
Futher guidance is given in ISO 12482-1. Futher guidance is given in ISO 12482-1. Futher guidance is given in ISO 12482-1. Futher guidance is given in ISO 12482-1. Futher guidance is given in ISO 12482-1.
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j) precautions required to maintain the crane
for significant periods of non-use (on site
or dismantled)
k) where appropriate, the examination and
test programme after a significant period
of non-use, the necessary action before
using the orane (such as lubricating,
cleaning components, check of electric
wiring etc.). The same, or a specific
programme, shall apply following severe
weather condition
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
Further guidance is given in ISO 12480-1. Further guidance is given in ISO 12480-1. Further guidance is given in ISO 12480-1. Further guidance is given in ISO 12480-1. Further guidance is given in ISO 12480-1.
l) repair conditions or reference to the
manufacturer for advice. The instruction
handbook shall draw attention to and wam
against servicing of the crane by non-
specialised personnel, and to replacement
parts which are not guaranteed in
accordance with the manufacturers
specification
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
Guidance for the content of spare parts Guidance for the content of spare parts Guidance for the content of spare parts Guidance for the content of spare parts Guidance for the content of spare parts
manual is given in ISO 10973. manual is given in ISO 10973. manual is given in ISO 10973. manual is given in ISO 10973. manual is given in ISO 10973.
m) conditions which are allowed to repair the
elements of the crane instead of replacing
them. ln this situation the manufacturer
needs to consider if the original fitness for
purpose result can still be valid after
certain repairs. Those components which
are needed for preventative maintenance
shall be listed in the handbook. Any
necessary reference and source of
supply, together with replacement
procedures and tools that are needed
shall also be given.
Before first use of any crane it shall be
verified by a visual assessment that
instruction handbook(s) have been
provided in accordance with this
standard.
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2.1 Overview SPACE 3000, Service Manual
General......................................................................................... 3
SPACE ......................................................................................... 4
CAN-Communication......................................................... 4
Standard box (SPACE box) ................................................ 4
User interface .................................................................... 5
Column box........................................................................ 5
Sensors ............................................................................. 5
Indicators ........................................................................... 5
Dump valve........................................................................ 6
Signalling components....................................................... 6
Function ....................................................................................... 7
SPACE Operating Principles ............................................. 7
Switch on................................................................ 7
Beginning Operation ............................................... 8
During Operation .................................................... 8
SPACE, system overview.................................................. 9
2.1 Overview
Contents
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GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL
SPACE 3000 is a microprocessor controlled electronic
safety system used to control the various functions on
a HIAB crane (Fig. 1).
SPACE stands for:
S SS SS = Speed
P PP PP = Payload
A AA AA = Accessories
C CC CC = Certificate
E EE EE = Electronics
SPACE 3000 contains a microprocessor that is the
system's "brain". On the crane there are various
sensors and indicators which send signals to the
microprocessor regarding the crane's load, position
and movements.
This then decides how the crane can be operated and
stops or reduces unpermitted movements and speeds.
To utilise all the functions in SPACE 3000 a control
valve type 91 is required, however the 50 type control
valves can be used with reduced SPACE functions.
SPACE 3000
ADC
1
0
7
0
-3
2
8
Fig. 1
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SP SP SP SP SPACE ACE ACE ACE ACE
(Fig. 2)
A CL/DUO system consists of e.g.:
Standard box (microprocessor)
User interface
Empty box
Column box
Pressure sensors
Indicators
Dump valve
Spool sensors.
A Space 3000 PRO system also include:
Extended box
MSC valve
The modules are connected in a star-shaped pattern
with the Standard box in its centre.
CAN-Communication CAN-Communication CAN-Communication CAN-Communication CAN-Communication
The Standard box, the User interfaces and other
components such as Cabin warning are with 7-wire
shielded cables. The modules use a CAN-bus for
communication. It was developed for the automotive
industry with high demands on reliability and suppres-
sion of disturbances. The CAN-bus uses two wires, but
will still function if one of them is interrupted or shorted
to a permanent voltage.
Standard box Standard box Standard box Standard box Standard box
The Standard box is the heart of the system. The
microprocessor monitors crane operation.
Main power supply is connected to the Standard box.
SPACE 3000
ADC
1
0
7
0
-3
2
7
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
Fig. 2
1. Tilt indicators
2. Pressure sensors
3. Column box
4. Slewing sector indicators
5. Standard box
6. Dump valve
7. Spool sensors
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User interface User interface User interface User interface User interface
(Fig. 3)
The User interface is the communication centre of the
SPACE 3000. It gives information about the system
and is also where the user controls the system.
The User interface is located on the Standard box and
on an empty box. It can also be located on an
Extended box (if present). Maximum four User
interfaces can be fitted on a crane.
Column box Column box Column box Column box Column box
The information from pressure sensors, tilt indicators
etc. on the boom system is assembled in the Column
box on the loader body. The Column box is connected
to the Standard box with a 9-conductor cable.
Indicators Indicators Indicators Indicators Indicators
An indicator gives an on/off signal, which correspond to
e.g. the position of outer boom.
The inner boom and outer boom indicators (option on
certain cranes) give the position of the inner boom and
outer boom. The slewing sector indicators (option on
certain cranes) give information of slewing position of
the crane.
Sensors Sensors Sensors Sensors Sensors
A sensor gives an analogue signal, which correspond
to e.g. the pressure in the inner boom cylinder.
The pressure sensors register the pressures in the
inner boom and outer boom cylinders.
The spool sensors gives information of the position of
the spools.
SPACE 3000
ADC
1
0
7
0
-
3
1
6
Fig. 3
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Dump valve Dump valve Dump valve Dump valve Dump valve
(Fig. 4)
The dump valve controls the oil flow:
When active, oil goes to the control valve
When inactive, i.e. without power, this flow stops and
all crane functions stop.
Signalling components Signalling components Signalling components Signalling components Signalling components
It is possible to connect additional warning lamps and
sounders to the HIAB cranes. The Cabin warning is a
popular factory fitted option, giving a warning to the
operator both from the truck cab and externally, that the
boom system is pointing upwards and should be
lowered before moving the truck.
Many of the additional warning systems are installed by
the equipment installers and designed to exact
customer requirements.
Fig. 4
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FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION
SP SP SP SP SPACE Operating ACE Operating ACE Operating ACE Operating ACE Operating
Principles Principles Principles Principles Principles
The purpose of this section is to give a brief overview of
the basic principles employed in the operation of the
SPACE system. It is not intended to be an accurate
description of a particular system, but a familiarisation
section for the engineer who has not worked with
SPACE before or one who has maybe not been in
contact with a full SPACE system for sometime.
Switch on Switch on Switch on Switch on Switch on
(Fig. 5)
SPACE is switched on by pressing the ON/OFF button
on the User interface.
If the button is pressed for more then 2 s when system
is switched on the lamp test is activated, as long as
the button is pressed all red LEDs light, when
released all red LEDs continue to light for 3 s then all
green LEDs light for 3 s.
Fig. 5
SPACE 3000
ADC
1
0
7
0
-3
3
1
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ADC
1
0
7
0
-
3
2
5
100%
90%
1
0
7
0
-
3
1
4
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Beginning operation Beginning operation Beginning operation Beginning operation Beginning operation
(Fig. 6)
When operation begins with the movement of a control
valve lever, the spool sensor for the relevant spool
sends a signal to the Standard box. A signal is then
sent from the Standard box to the dump valve which
will open, allowing oil to enter the valve and the
hydraulic function to begin.
During operation During operation During operation During operation During operation
(Fig. 7)
Whilst the crane is operating SPACE monitors signals
sent from the spool sensors, tilt indicators and pres-
sure sensors. In the event of any of the signals moving
outside the pre-determined parameters set in SPACE,
a warning is given that the crane has reached 90% of
it's capacity the red LEDs 1-3 on the User interface
will flash. If operation continues to increase the loading
of the crane the signal to the dump valve will be
switched off and crane operation will cease. The red
LEDs 1-4 will be lit constantly. SPACE will now wait
for an operation command that will reduce the loading
on the crane and operation will restart automatically.
SPACE will not accept any command that will in-
crease the loading of the crane once OLP has been
activated.
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SP SP SP SP SPACE, system overview ACE, system overview ACE, system overview ACE, system overview ACE, system overview
This table shows the possible connections between
the four different crane types and control systems,
valves and remote controls.
Control System Control System Control System Control System Control System
Crane type Crane type Crane type Crane type Crane type
CL CL CL CL CL
DUO DUO DUO DUO DUO
PRO PRO PRO PRO PRO
HI PRO HI PRO HI PRO HI PRO HI PRO
V50 V50 V50 V50 V50 V50 RD V50 RD V50 RD V50 RD V50 RD V91 V91 V91 V91 V91 V91 CD 5000 V91 CD 5000 V91 CD 5000 V91 CD 5000 V91 CD 5000
SPACE 3000
SPACE 3000
SPACE 3000
SPACE 5000
SPACE
SPACE
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2.2 Functions
Contents
General ......................................................................................... 3
Functions ..................................................................................... 4
Overload protection (OLP) ................................................. 4
OLP Basic crane .................................................... 4
OLP Winch ............................................................. 5
OLP Manual extensions .......................................... 5
OLP Disconnection ................................................ 5
Automatic Duty Control (ADC) ................................ 6
Manual Speed Control (MSC) ................................. 6
Automatic Dumping of Oil (ADO) ............................ 7
Stability ............................................................................... 8
Slewing Sector ........................................................ 8
Fixed platform......................................................... 9
Cabin warning ......................................................... 9
Automatic damping on slewing (ADS) .................... 9
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GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL
This section contains functions that SPACE 3000 is
equipped with as a standard for the majority of cranes.
This section also describes a number of functions that
can be obtained with the accessories supplied by
HIAB and options that are only program possibilities in
SPACE 3000. HIAB has no standard solutions how to
apply sensors e.g.
Please contact HIAB for information of supply sources
of these components.
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FUNCTIONS FUNCTIONS FUNCTIONS FUNCTIONS FUNCTIONS
Overload protection (OLP) Overload protection (OLP) Overload protection (OLP) Overload protection (OLP) Overload protection (OLP)
OLP Basic crane OLP Basic crane OLP Basic crane OLP Basic crane OLP Basic crane
LEDs on the User interface (Fig. 1) show the increased
load in the inner or outer boom cylinders. At 100% load
OLP cuts in, stopping moment increasing movements.
The LEDs have a steady red light until the overload
situation is over .
Boom movements that increase the cranes load
moment to 100% are stopped as set out in Fig. 2
and 3.
When the outer boom is directed upwards (Fig. 2): When the outer boom is directed upwards (Fig. 2): When the outer boom is directed upwards (Fig. 2): When the outer boom is directed upwards (Fig. 2): When the outer boom is directed upwards (Fig. 2):
inner boom downwards
outer boom downwards
extension outwards
inner boom upwards (if OLP-pressure in the inner
boom cylinder).
When the outer boom is directed downwards When the outer boom is directed downwards When the outer boom is directed downwards When the outer boom is directed downwards When the outer boom is directed downwards
(Fig. 3): (Fig. 3): (Fig. 3): (Fig. 3): (Fig. 3):
inner boom upwards
outer boom upwards
extension outwards
inner boom downwards. Applies only if:
crane has mechanical link
OLP-pressure in inner boom cylinder
inner boom angle more than 25!.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
100%
90%
1
0
7
0
-
3
1
4
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OLP Winch OLP Winch OLP Winch OLP Winch OLP Winch
When winch reaches 90% of permitted load the winch
LED on the User interface starts flashing. At 100%
load OLP cuts in, stopping load increasing move-
ments. The LED has a steady red light until the
overload situation is over.
When the wire is almost completely unwound (three
turns left on drum) winch lowering is stopped. Operator
has to winch in to reverse situation.
OLP Manual extensions OLP Manual extensions OLP Manual extensions OLP Manual extensions OLP Manual extensions
(Fig. 4)
When using manual extensions the button shall be
pressed and the LED will have a steady green light.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
For information how to change OLP-settings For information how to change OLP-settings For information how to change OLP-settings For information how to change OLP-settings For information how to change OLP-settings
for manual extensions, see section 6.2 for manual extensions, see section 6.2 for manual extensions, see section 6.2 for manual extensions, see section 6.2 for manual extensions, see section 6.2
Settings. Settings. Settings. Settings. Settings.
OLP Disconnection OLP Disconnection OLP Disconnection OLP Disconnection OLP Disconnection
In certain OLP-situations the crane boom can be
locked. It is possible to disconnect the OLP for approx
5 seconds.
Press the "RELEASE" button (Fig. 5), while moving
one control lever (time starts to "count" when you
move the lever). The red LED will flash.
During this period it is possible to operate a suitable
crane function to correct the overload situation. Only
one unallowed function at a time can be operated.
Extension out can't be operated.
There is a waiting time of 30 seconds before the
release operation can be activated again.
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
SPACE 3000
ADC
1
0
7
0
-3
3
1
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Automatic Duty Control (ADC) Automatic Duty Control (ADC) Automatic Duty Control (ADC) Automatic Duty Control (ADC) Automatic Duty Control (ADC)
(Fig. 6)
Automatic Duty Control (ADC) is a patent pending
function in SPACE 3000/5000.
The purpose of ADC is that the crane knows in which
type of lifting mode it is.
SPACE will automatically calculate the maximum
lifting capacity in each lifting mode so that the crane
will be used in an optimised way without any risk of
overloading the crane structure.
ADC is sensed by the spool sensor on the sixth lever
or if function winch is used.
If sixth lever or winch is used ADC will automatically be
chosen again after 60 seconds inactivity in these
functions.
ADC is automatically chosen at start up, which is
indicated by a LED on the user interface.
ADC increases the lifting capacity without any
reduction in lifting speed. In winch mode the lifting
capacity is increased.
Manual Speed Control (MSC) Manual Speed Control (MSC) Manual Speed Control (MSC) Manual Speed Control (MSC) Manual Speed Control (MSC)
Manual Speed Control (MSC) is a function in SPACE
3000, which is protected by patent.
When the capacity of the crane is calculated the
speed of the crane is an essential factor. If the speed
is reduced, the capacity can be increased without any
risk of overloading the crane structure.
On cranes with Manual Speed Control (MSC) SPACE
3000 continuously receives signals from pressure
sensors on inner and outer boom cylinders. When the
load is above approx. 90 % of the maximum allowed
load, SPACE activates MSC by opening a hydraulic
valve. The speed of the function is reduced to 25% in
one step.
MSC will be automatically switched off when the load
in cylinder decreases.
When MSC is activated the maximum stroke in the
spool is hydraulically reduced in both directions. The
operator will notice that the lever movement will be
reduced.
MSC increases the lifting capacity depending on type
of crane.
MSC is only available on cranes fitted a 91-valve and
an Extended box.
Fig. 6
SPACE 3000
ADC
1
0
7
0
-
3
3
5
ADC
1
0
7
0
-
3
3
7
Fig. 7
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Automatic Dumping of Oil Automatic Dumping of Oil Automatic Dumping of Oil Automatic Dumping of Oil Automatic Dumping of Oil
(ADO) (ADO) (ADO) (ADO) (ADO)
To prevent high pressure and thereby unnecessary
heating of the oil there is an automatic dumping
function. When no lever movement has been made for
3 seconds SPACE opens the dump valve and the oil is
returned directly to the hydraulic tank. As soon as the
operator moves a lever the valve closes.
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Stability Stability Stability Stability Stability
Slewing Sector Slewing Sector Slewing Sector Slewing Sector Slewing Sector
When the truck has insufficient stability in a certain
sector, e. g. in front of the cabin indicators can be
fitted defining this sector (Fig. 8). The system is
programmed to allow only reduced load in the indi-
cated sector. For load sensing inner boom cylinder
pressure is used.
This function is optional on certain cranes.
It is possible to define two different slewing sectors,
each with different load capacity. In addition there is
the normal sector with 100% capacity.
If you slew the crane into a reduced sector with too
much load the OLP will cut in and slewing stops.
You may now slew the crane back or operate accord-
ing to normal OLP logic.
If you lift a load in a reduced sector and OLP cuts in, it
is possible to use normal OLP logic, but possible to
slew out of the sector only on the side where you
came into the sector.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
For information how to set parameters For information how to set parameters For information how to set parameters For information how to set parameters For information how to set parameters
when using a special slewing sector when using a special slewing sector when using a special slewing sector when using a special slewing sector when using a special slewing sector, see , see , see , see , see
section 6.2 Settings. section 6.2 Settings. section 6.2 Settings. section 6.2 Settings. section 6.2 Settings.
1
0
7
0
-
0
4
3
Fig. 8
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Fixed platform Fixed platform Fixed platform Fixed platform Fixed platform
(Fig. 9)
Fixed platform is known in some countries as Stand up
platform.
It is possible to connect this function to SPACE. It will
prevent the operator from slewing the boom into the
fixed platform or themselves.
Slewing sector, inner boom and outer boom angle
indicators are used to define permitted lifting areas
when operating the crane from fixed platform.
This function is only available on cranes fitted with an
Extended box.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
For information how to set parameters, see For information how to set parameters, see For information how to set parameters, see For information how to set parameters, see For information how to set parameters, see
section 6.2. Settings. section 6.2. Settings. section 6.2. Settings. section 6.2. Settings. section 6.2. Settings.
Cabin warning Cabin warning Cabin warning Cabin warning Cabin warning
Signal in the cabin (normally a lamp) is possible if one
of following conditions is fulfilled:
the system is ON and the stop button is pulled out
the system is ON and tilt indicator indicates "UP"
the system is OFF and the tilt indicator indicated
"UP" when powering off (provided there is current to
the lamp kit).
Even if the truck battery has been disconnected when
the inner boom was positioned to high the system will
remember that and the lamp in the cabin will light up
when the driver start the truck again.
Automatic damping on slewing Automatic damping on slewing Automatic damping on slewing Automatic damping on slewing Automatic damping on slewing
(ADS) (ADS) (ADS) (ADS) (ADS)
On crane with extended box it is possible to connect
ADS to the system. ADS is a system that
automatically reduces the oscillations in the slewing
function of cranes with many extensions.
ADS consists of two pressure sensors and one valve
which make it possible to move oil between piston side
and piston rod side of slewing cylinder.
Fig. 9
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SPACE 3000, Service Manual 2.3 Components
General......................................................................................... 3
Boxes and sensors ...................................................................... 4
Connection plinths ............................................................. 4
Grease ............................................................................... 4
Bar code signs................................................................... 4
Connection diagram........................................................... 5
CL/DUO crane........................................................ 5
PRO crane ............................................................. 6
Standard box...................................................................... 7
Function.................................................................. 7
Connection plinths .................................................. 8
J umpers................................................................ 10
User interface ...................................................................11
Function.................................................................11
Buttons ..................................................................11
Indicator LEDs ..................................................... 12
Connection plinths ................................................ 14
J umpers................................................................ 15
Column box...................................................................... 16
Function................................................................ 16
Connection plinths ................................................ 16
Extended box ................................................................... 18
Function................................................................ 18
Connection plinths ................................................ 19
Operation ................................................................................... 20
J umper settings ............................................................... 20
Channels and connection plinths ..................................... 21
Slewing sector indicators................................................. 22
Function................................................................ 22
2.3 Components
Contents
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Spool sensor .................................................................... 22
Winch box........................................................................ 23
Function................................................................ 23
Logic operation................................................................. 24
Plug....................................................................... 24
Connection plinths ................................................ 25
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GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL
This section contains components that SPACE 3000
is equipped with as a standard and also describes a
number of accessories supplied by HIAB for the
majority of cranes.
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Fig. 1
BOXES BOXES BOXES BOXES BOXES AND SENSORS AND SENSORS AND SENSORS AND SENSORS AND SENSORS
Boxes and sensors are moulded in with plastics.
The size of cable inlets are PG9 or PG 13.5.
Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths
The connection boxes in SPACE 3000 consist of a
case with several cable inlets and a cover that is
mounted with screws. Under the cover there are
different types of connection plinths depending on the
box type.
The connections are marked with e.g. P2.1, P2.2,
P2.3 in pictures and wiring diagrams (Fig 1).
P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 is the connection plinth.
.1 .1 .1 .1 .1 is plinth number 1 which normally is the first from
left seen from the cable side.
Grease Grease Grease Grease Grease
All the boxes, plinths and connections should be
greased. Use grease of type Statoil SG32W Grease
way or SHELL GREASE 1398 Si2, a white oil with a
non-organic additive for thickening.
Bar code signs Bar code signs Bar code signs Bar code signs Bar code signs
Almost all SPACE 3000 components are marked with
bar code signs (Fig. 2). All the boxes have two signs,
one inside and one outside the box. On the sign there
is one bar code and figures for sub supplier, one bar
code and figures for serial number of the component or
box and one bar code and figures for the part number
of the component. The components name or an
abbreviation is written in English.
Fig. 2
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Connection diagram Connection diagram Connection diagram Connection diagram Connection diagram
The connection diagrams is show example of a CL/
DUO crane (Fig. 3) and a PRO crane (Fig. 4).
Below the diagrams are component lists.
CL/DUO crane CL/DUO crane CL/DUO crane CL/DUO crane CL/DUO crane
Fig. 3
1. Tilt indicator, inner boom
2. Pressure sensor, inner boom
3. Tilt indicator, outer boom (option on certain cranes)
4. Pressure sensor, outer boom
5. Column box
6. Fixed platform angle indicator, inner boom (option on certain cranes)
7. Fixed platform angle indicator, outer boom (option on certain cranes)
8. Winch indicators (winch box) (option on certain cranes)
9. User interface 1
10. Standard box
11. Dump valve
12. Horn (option on cranes with outreach below 12 m)
13. Slewing sector indicators (option on certain cranes)
14. Terminal connection
15. On platform indicator (option on certain cranes)
16. Spool sensor (2 spools)
17. Spool sensor (4 spools)
18. Empty box
19. User interface 2
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PRO crane PRO crane PRO crane PRO crane PRO crane
24 V
1
0
7
0
-
3
2
1
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Fig. 4
1. Tilt indicator, inner boom
2. Pressure sensor, inner boom
3. Tilt indicator, outer boom (option on certain cranes)
4. Pressure sensor, outer boom
5. Column box
6. Fixed platform angle indicator, inner boom (option on certain cranes)
7. Fixed platform angle indicator, outer boom (option on certain cranes)
8. Winch indicators (winch box) (option on certain cranes)
9. User interface 3
10. Empty box
11. Dump valve
12. Horn (Option on cranes with outreach below 12 m)
13. Slewing sector indicators (option on certain cranes)
14. Spool sensor (2 spools)
15. Spool sensor (4 spools)
16. Dump valve 91M (option on certain cranes)
17. MSC valve 91M (option on certain cranes)
18. Cabin warning (option on certain cranes)
19. Pressure sensor ADS (option on certain cranes)
20. Valve ADS (option on certain cranes)
21. Extended box
22. User interface 2
23. User interface 1 (option on certain cranes)
24. Standard box
25. Terminal connection
26. On platform indicator (option on certain cranes)
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A
B
Fig. 5
Standard box Standard box Standard box Standard box Standard box
Function Function Function Function Function
(Fig. 5)
The Standard box is the central unit of the system. It
supplies power to all the other units in the system. It
consists of two parts, a connection terminal board and
a display.
The Standard box distributes power to all the other
modules of the system. Nominal supply is 24 V DC,
but the system will be fully operational between
16V32V.
There is two a digit indicator (A) in the box which
displays a number if an error should occur in the
system and the number of errors.
Example: The digit 4 and a dot, followed by 03 without
a dot indicates that there are four errors and the lowest
number of these is no. 03.
If there are no errors the number 0 flashes.
The Standard box is aquipped with several automatic
fuses and one 7.5 A automotive fuse (B).
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P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 Communication with terminal Communication with terminal Communication with terminal Communication with terminal Communication with terminal
P3.1 Ground
P3.2 24 V
P3.3 Data out
P3.4 Data in
P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 From on platform indicator/manual From on platform indicator/manual From on platform indicator/manual From on platform indicator/manual From on platform indicator/manual
extension in indicator extension in indicator extension in indicator extension in indicator extension in indicator
P4.1 Ground
P4.2 24 V
P4.3 Signal from on platform indicator
A
B
Fig. 5
Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths
(Fig. 5)
Plinth Plinth Plinth Plinth Plinth Description Description Description Description Description
P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 From Spool sensors 1-4 From Spool sensors 1-4 From Spool sensors 1-4 From Spool sensors 1-4 From Spool sensors 1-4
P1.1 Ground
P1.2 24 V
P1.3 Signal from spool sensor 1 (0-5 V)
P1.4 Signal from spool sensor 2 (0-5 V)
P1.5 Signal from spool sensor 3 (0-5 V)
P1.6 Signal from spool sensor 4 (0-5 V)
P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 From Spool sensors 5-6 From Spool sensors 5-6 From Spool sensors 5-6 From Spool sensors 5-6 From Spool sensors 5-6
P2.1 Ground
P2.2 24 V
P2.3 Signal from spool sensor 5 (0-5 V)
P2.4 Signal from spool sensor 6 (0-5 V)
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P5 P5 P5 P5 P5 From Column box From Column box From Column box From Column box From Column box
P5.1 Ground
P5.2 24 V
P5.3 Signal from inner boom pressure sensor
(4-20 mA)
P5.4 Signal from outer boom pressure sensor
(4-20 mA)
P5.5 Signal from outer boom tilt indicator
(10 or 19 mA)
P5.6 Signal from inner boom tilt indicator
(10 or 19 mA)
P5.7 Signal from winch indicator (4-20 mA)
P5.8 Signal from second inner boom tilt indicator
or inner & outer boom fixed platform angle
indicator (0/24 V)
P5.9 Signal from hydraulic extension in indicator
or second tilt indicator (0/24 V)
P6 P6 P6 P6 P6 From slewing sector 1/2 From slewing sector 1/2 From slewing sector 1/2 From slewing sector 1/2 From slewing sector 1/2
P6.1 Ground
P6.2 24 V
P6.3 Signal from indicator 1, positive (0/24 V)
P6.4 Signal from indicator 1, negative (0/24 V)
P6.5 Signal from indicator 2, positive (0/24 V)
P6.6 Signal from indicator 2, negative (0/24 V)
P7 P7 P7 P7 P7 CAN (From/to user interface 1) CAN (From/to user interface 1) CAN (From/to user interface 1) CAN (From/to user interface 1) CAN (From/to user interface 1)
P7.1 Ground
P7.2 24 V
P7.3 CAN +
P7.4 CAN -
P7.5 Emergency stop out
P7.6 Emergency stop in
P7.7 On/off
P8 P8 P8 P8 P8 T TT TTo horn o horn o horn o horn o horn
P8.1 Ground
P8.2 24 V ( 2 A)
P9 P9 P9 P9 P9 T TT TTo dump valve o dump valve o dump valve o dump valve o dump valve
P9.1 Ground
P9.2 24V
P10 P10 P10 P10 P10 Power in Power in Power in Power in Power in
P10.1 Ground to truck
P10.2 24 V from truck, 10A
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
Only plinth P10 shows the 24 V supply from Only plinth P10 shows the 24 V supply from Only plinth P10 shows the 24 V supply from Only plinth P10 shows the 24 V supply from Only plinth P10 shows the 24 V supply from
truck. truck. truck. truck. truck.
All other plinths show lower voltage All other plinths show lower voltage All other plinths show lower voltage All other plinths show lower voltage All other plinths show lower voltage
depending on a filtering unit between them depending on a filtering unit between them depending on a filtering unit between them depending on a filtering unit between them depending on a filtering unit between them
and P10. and P10. and P10. and P10. and P10.
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Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers
(Fig. 6)
In the Standard box the jumpers are located in the
lower centre of the box. There is one row with five
jumpers.
The four jumpers to the right (B1-4) represent the
number of User interface in the system.
If all four jumpers are strapped, four interfaces are
connected.
The fifth jumper (I) is only for internal use, and
strapping it has no effect.
Fig. 6
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User interface User interface User interface User interface User interface
Function Function Function Function Function
(Fig. 7)
The User interface is the communication centre of the
SPACE 3000. It gives information about the system
and is also where the user controls the system.
The User interface is mounted on the Standard box
and the extended box (if present). It can also be
mounted on an Empty box. Maximum four User
interfaces can be fitted on a crane.
Buttons Buttons Buttons Buttons Buttons
(Fig. 7)
1. Power On
Enables power to SPACE. If button is pressed for
more then 2 s when system is on the LED test is
activated, as long as the button is pressed all red
LED`s light, when released all red LED`s continue to
light for 3 s then all green LED`s light for 3 s.
2. Release
Enables power to:
- OLP release if crane has OLP
- Dump valve/valves if not OLP, if Extended box
present also dump valve 2 (switched off after 10
minutes and when a crane function is used
dump valve 2 is always switched off).
3. Emergency stop
In danger the emergency stop button is pressed.
Power to the dump valve is cut and the crane stops.
The emergency stop button is to be turned
clockwise to reset.
4. Horn
Enables power to the horn if present.
5. Manual extension
Enables power to manual extension logic.
Fig. 7
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Indicator LEDs Indicator LEDs Indicator LEDs Indicator LEDs Indicator LEDs
(Fig. 8)
The display consists of eight LED`s which indicates
button positions, errors, stability sector, winch etc.
For detailed information, see table below.
There are also two groups of LED`s in the inner boom
and outer boom. Each group contain four LED`s. Two
are two-coloured, green/red, and two are red. The
purpose of the LED`s is to show the pressure in the
cylinders. For detailed information, see table below.
Fig. 8
1. Power On, green
2. Stab sector, green
3. Service/error, green/red
4. Inner boom pressure, green/red
5. Winch, red
6. ADC, green
7. Manual extension, green
8. Release, red
9. Release, green
10. Outer boom pressure, green/red
SPACE 3000
ADC
1
0
7
0
-
3
3
9
3
4
5
6
7 9 8
1
2
10
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LED LED LED LED LED State State State State State Meani ng Meani ng Meani ng Meani ng Meani ng
1. Power On, green On System is on.
Flash An emergency stop button is depressed, dump power to
space is interrupted or no jumper is strapped in user
interface.
2. Stab sector, green On Crane is in sector and capacity is lowered.
3. Service Green, on Time for service of the crane.
Error Red, on Error detected in the system.
Red, flashing CAN communication error.
4. Inner boom pressure All LED`s off <50 % of OLP pressure
Green LED 1 on 50 - 69 % of OLP pressure
Green LED`s 1-2 on 70 - 89 % of OLP pressure
Red LED`s 1-3 flashes 90 - 99 % of OLP pressure
Red LED`s 1-4 on 100 % of OLP pressure
5. Winch, red Flashing 90 % of OLP pressure
On 100 % of OLP pressure
Flashing fast The outer boom is over a given angle when the system is
switched off.
6. ADC, green On Crane is working with hook (added) capacity.
7. Manual extension, green On Manual extension logic on.
8. Release, red On OLP.
Flashing Release button pushed and allowed to run crane
(OLP case).
9. Release, green On Dump valve on.
10.Outer boom pressure All LED`s off <50 % of OLP pressure
Green LED 1 on 50 - 69 % of OLP pressure
Green LED`s 1-2 on 70 - 89 % of OLP pressure
Red LED`s 1-3 flashes 90 - 99 % of OLP pressure
Red LED`s 1-4 on 100 % of OLP pressure
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Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths
(Fig. 9)
Plinth Plinth Plinth Plinth Plinth Description Description Description Description Description
P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 CAN (From/to Standard box) CAN (From/to Standard box) CAN (From/to Standard box) CAN (From/to Standard box) CAN (From/to Standard box)
P1.1 Ground
P1.2 24 V
P1.3 CAN +
P1.4 CAN -
P1.5 Emergency stop out
P1.6 Emergency stop in
P1.7 On/off
P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 CAN (From/to Cover 2, Extended box) CAN (From/to Cover 2, Extended box) CAN (From/to Cover 2, Extended box) CAN (From/to Cover 2, Extended box) CAN (From/to Cover 2, Extended box)
P2.1 Ground
P2.2 24 V
P2.3 CAN +
P2.4 CAN -
P2.5 Emergency stop out
P2.6 Emergency stop in
P2.7 On/off
Fig. 9
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Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers
(Fig. 10)
The jumpers are located in the higher right side of the
User interface. There is one row with five jumpers.
The four jumpers to the right (B1-4) tell the Standard
box which address the current User interface has.
Only one jumper should be strapped and each User
interface must have unique strapping.
The fifth jumper (I) is only for internal use, and
strapping it has no effect.
Fig. 10
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Column box Column box Column box Column box Column box
Function Function Function Function Function
(Fig. 11)
This connection box is fitted to the crane column. All
the signals from the pressure sensors and indicators
(max. 7) on the boom system are collected in the box.
The Column box is connected to the SPACE box using
a 9-conductor cable.
Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths
(Fig. 11)
P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 T TT TTo Standard box o Standard box o Standard box o Standard box o Standard box
P1.1 Ground
P1.2 24 V
P1.3 Signal from inner boom pressure sensor
(4-20 mA)
P1.4 Signal from outer boom pressure sensor
(4-20 mA)
P1.5 Signal from outer boom tilt indicator
(10 or 19 mA)
P1.6 Signal from inner boom tilt indicator
(10 or 19 mA)
P1.7 Signal from winch indicator (4-20 mA)
P1.8 Signal from second tilt indicator or inner &
outer boom fixed platform angle indicator
(0/24 V)
P1.9 Signal from hydaulic extension in indicator
or second tilt indicator (0/24 V)
Fig. 11
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P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 From winch/manual extension in From winch/manual extension in From winch/manual extension in From winch/manual extension in From winch/manual extension in
indicator indicator indicator indicator indicator
P2.1 Ground
P2.2 24 V to winch indicators
P2.3 Signal from winch indicators (4-20 mA)
P2.4 Ground
P2.5 24 V to outer boom fixed platform angle
indicator or hydraulic extension in indicator
P2.6 Connection to outer boom fixed platform
angle indicator (0/24 V) or hydraulic
extension in indicator
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
Outer boom fixed platform angle indicator Outer boom fixed platform angle indicator Outer boom fixed platform angle indicator Outer boom fixed platform angle indicator Outer boom fixed platform angle indicator
should be connected to P2.46 if no hydrau- should be connected to P2.46 if no hydrau- should be connected to P2.46 if no hydrau- should be connected to P2.46 if no hydrau- should be connected to P2.46 if no hydrau-
lic extension in indicator is present in lic extension in indicator is present in lic extension in indicator is present in lic extension in indicator is present in lic extension in indicator is present in
system. If hydraulic extension in indicator is system. If hydraulic extension in indicator is system. If hydraulic extension in indicator is system. If hydraulic extension in indicator is system. If hydraulic extension in indicator is
present, outer boom fixed platform angle present, outer boom fixed platform angle present, outer boom fixed platform angle present, outer boom fixed platform angle present, outer boom fixed platform angle
indicator should be connected to P3.46 indicator should be connected to P3.46 indicator should be connected to P3.46 indicator should be connected to P3.46 indicator should be connected to P3.46
instead. instead. instead. instead. instead.
P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 From fixed platform angle indicators From fixed platform angle indicators From fixed platform angle indicators From fixed platform angle indicators From fixed platform angle indicators
P3.1 Ground
P3.2 24 V to inner boom fixed platform angle
indicator
P3.3 Signal from inner boom fixed platform angle
indicator (0/24 V)
P3.4 Ground
P3.5 Signal from P3.3, inner boom fixed platform
angle indicator (0/24 V)
P3.6 Signal from P3.3, inner boom fixed platform
angle indicator (0/24 V, if there is a jumper
between P3.5 and P3.6) or signal from outer
boom fixed platform angle indicator (0/24 V)
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
P3.3 and P3.5 are connected in series. P3.3 and P3.5 are connected in series. P3.3 and P3.5 are connected in series. P3.3 and P3.5 are connected in series. P3.3 and P3.5 are connected in series.
P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 From pressure sensors/tilt indicators From pressure sensors/tilt indicators From pressure sensors/tilt indicators From pressure sensors/tilt indicators From pressure sensors/tilt indicators
P4.1 24 V to inner boom pressure sensor
P4.2 Signal from inner boom pressure sensor
(4-20 mA)
P4.3 24 V to outer boom pressure sensor
P4.4 Signal from outer boom pressure sensor
(4-20 mA)
P4.5 24 V to outer boom tilt indicator
P4.6 Signal from outer boom tilt indicator
(4-20 mA)
P4.7 24 V to inner boom tilt indicator
P4.8 Signal from inner boom tilt indicator
(4-20 mA)
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Extended box Extended box Extended box Extended box Extended box
Function Function Function Function Function
(Fig. 12)
The Extended box is present if Space 3000 is
equipped with MSC, ADS or external dump.
There is a digit indicator (A) in the box which display a
number if an error should occur in the system and the
number of errors. To interpret these numbers there is
an error list.
Example: The digit 4 and a dot, followed by 03 without
a dot indicates that there are four errors and the
lowest number of these is no. 03.
If there are no errors the number 0 flashes.
There is a row with five jumpers in the Extended box.
NOTE NOTE NOTE NOTE NOTE
The jumpers are only for internal use and The jumpers are only for internal use and The jumpers are only for internal use and The jumpers are only for internal use and The jumpers are only for internal use and
should under no circumstances be should under no circumstances be should under no circumstances be should under no circumstances be should under no circumstances be
strapped. strapped. strapped. strapped. strapped.
Fig.12
A AA AA
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Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths
P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 T TT TTo o o o o ADS valve ADS valve ADS valve ADS valve ADS valve
P1.1 Ground, not same potential as other ground.
P1.2 24 V (1 A)
P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 From ADS pressure 1 From ADS pressure 1 From ADS pressure 1 From ADS pressure 1 From ADS pressure 1
P2.1 24 V
P2.2 Signal from pressure sensor (4-20 mA)
P3 P3 P3 P3 P3 From ADS pressure 2 From ADS pressure 2 From ADS pressure 2 From ADS pressure 2 From ADS pressure 2
P3.1 24 V
P3.2 Signal from pressure sensor (4-20 mA)
P4 P4 P4 P4 P4 Extra sensor input Extra sensor input Extra sensor input Extra sensor input Extra sensor input
P4.1 Ground
P4.2 24 V
P4.3 Signal from extra indicator (0/24 V)
P5 P5 P5 P5 P5 From spool sensors 7-8 From spool sensors 7-8 From spool sensors 7-8 From spool sensors 7-8 From spool sensors 7-8
P5.1 Ground
P5.2 24 V
P5.3 Signal from spool sensor 7 (0-5 V)
P5.4 Signal from spool sensor 8 (0-5 V)
P6 P6 P6 P6 P6 CAN (From/to User interface 2) CAN (From/to User interface 2) CAN (From/to User interface 2) CAN (From/to User interface 2) CAN (From/to User interface 2)
P6.1 Ground
P6.2 24 V
P6.3 CAN +
P6.4 CAN -
P6.5 Emergency stop out
P6.6 Emergency stop in
P7 P7 P7 P7 P7 CAN (From/to extra boxes) CAN (From/to extra boxes) CAN (From/to extra boxes) CAN (From/to extra boxes) CAN (From/to extra boxes)
P7.1 Ground
P7.2 24 V
P7.3 CAN +
P7.4 CAN -
P7.5 Emergency stop out
P7.6 Emergency stop in
P8 P8 P8 P8 P8 T TT TTo dump 2 valve (V91M) o dump 2 valve (V91M) o dump 2 valve (V91M) o dump 2 valve (V91M) o dump 2 valve (V91M)
P8.1 Ground
P8.2 24 V (2 A)
P9 P9 P9 P9 P9 T TT TTo MSC valve (V91M) o MSC valve (V91M) o MSC valve (V91M) o MSC valve (V91M) o MSC valve (V91M)
P9.1 Ground
P9.2 24 V (2 A)
P10 P10 P10 P10 P10 Extra sensor input Extra sensor input Extra sensor input Extra sensor input Extra sensor input
P10.1 Ground
P10.2 24 V
P10.3 Signal from extra Indicator (0/24 V)
P1 P1 P1 P1 P11 11 11 T TT TTo extra dump valve o extra dump valve o extra dump valve o extra dump valve o extra dump valve
P11.1 Ground
P11.2 24 V
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Fig.13
Fig.14
OPERA OPERA OPERA OPERA OPERATION TION TION TION TION
Jumper settings Jumper settings Jumper settings Jumper settings Jumper settings
The Standard box and the different User interfaces
must be configured in the correct way otherwise the
system will not function.
The Standard box must know how many User faces
there are in the system.
Each User interface must have a unique address.
This example shows a system with two User interface.
(Fig. 13)
In the Standard box B1 and B2 are strapped
informing SPACE that two User interfaces are in the
system.
In User interface 1 (Fig. 14) B1 is strapped and in
User interface 2 B2 is strapped.
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Channels and connection Channels and connection Channels and connection Channels and connection Channels and connection
plinths plinths plinths plinths plinths
This connection diagram shows the connection
between an input channel and its connection plinth in
Standard box (A) or Extended box (B).
E.g. C12=P5.4 in Standard box.
C 0
C 6 C 17
C 7
C 18
C 1
C 2
C 3
C 4
C 5
C 13
C 20
C 12
C 11
C 10
C 9
C 8
C 19
C 14
C 15
C 21
C 22
1
0
7
0
-
3
3
2
A
B
Fig.15
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Slewing sector indicators Slewing sector indicators Slewing sector indicators Slewing sector indicators Slewing sector indicators
Function Function Function Function Function
The indicators are positioned on the crane to define a
slewing sector with insufficient stability. To define one
slewing sector two slewing sector indicators are
needed. On a crane it can be one or two slewing
sectors with different restricted load capacity. The
indicators are fitted on the crane column, above the
sector plates (Fig. 16).
The system is programmed to limit loads within these
sectors. The indicators are of the proximity type and
should be activated in the safe sectors (the plate
should be over the sensor). If the cable breaks SPACE
interprets this as if the crane is in the limited sector.
The indicators for slewing sector 1 and 2 are
connected to the Standard box (P6).
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
For information and settings, see section For information and settings, see section For information and settings, see section For information and settings, see section For information and settings, see section
Connecting accessories 6.1. Connecting accessories 6.1. Connecting accessories 6.1. Connecting accessories 6.1. Connecting accessories 6.1.
Spool sensor Spool sensor Spool sensor Spool sensor Spool sensor
(Fig. 17)
The spool sensors give information of the position of
the spools. There are two different spool sensors, one
for two spools and one for four spools. The sensors are
fitted directly on the valves.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
For information and settings, see section For information and settings, see section For information and settings, see section For information and settings, see section For information and settings, see section
Settings 6.2. Settings 6.2. Settings 6.2. Settings 6.2. Settings 6.2.
Fig.16
Fig.17
1
0
7
0
-
3
4
2
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Winch box Winch box Winch box Winch box Winch box
Function Function Function Function Function
The winch can be positioned on the loader body, inner
boom, outer boom, outer end of the crane, jib or the
outer end of the jib. OLP-logic is dependent on where
the winch is positioned.
The winch can have four indicators connected to a
special Winch box (Fig. 18) according to:
WTOP WTOP WTOP WTOP WTOP Possible top block switch connected to
the screw terminal P2.
WEND WEND WEND WEND WEND The switch three turns remaining is
connected to the screw terminal P3.
WLOAD WLOAD WLOAD WLOAD WLOAD Torque switch is connected to the screw
terminal P4.
WDIS WDIS WDIS WDIS WDIS Indicator wire completely wound in is
connected to screw terminal P5.
Indicators gives 24 V signal when not activated.
Plugs (A) may not be removed unless a winch
indicator is to be connected.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
These plugs are different from the plugs in These plugs are different from the plugs in These plugs are different from the plugs in These plugs are different from the plugs in These plugs are different from the plugs in
the Column box. the Column box. the Column box. the Column box. the Column box.
The Winch box is connected to the SPACE system via
the Column box using a three-conductor cable
connected to the screw terminal P1.
Fig. 18
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Logic operation Logic operation Logic operation Logic operation Logic operation
The 2-tonne winch has a torque indicator, WLOAD (1)
and a switch for three turns remaining WEND (2) as
standard (Fig. 19).
Winches can also be equipped with a WTOP indicator
(hook near the boom) and a WDIS indicator (cable fully
wound in).
If the indicator WLOAD is active it is not possible to
wind the winch in.
If the indicator WTOP is active it is only possible to
wind the winch out.
If the indicator WEND is active it is only possible to
wind the winch in.
If the indicator WDIS is active you can only operate the
winch by pressing the emergency override button. This
will allow you to run the winch for about 20 seconds.
Press the button again to continue. Waiting time does
not apply as it does with normal override operation.
Normally the winch is controlled from the 5th valve
function. If the winch is to be controlled from another
function, parameter changes are demanded.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
For information and settings, see section 6.1 For information and settings, see section 6.1 For information and settings, see section 6.1 For information and settings, see section 6.1 For information and settings, see section 6.1
Connecting accessories. Connecting accessories. Connecting accessories. Connecting accessories. Connecting accessories.
Plug Plug Plug Plug Plug
If you disconnect the winch and instead connect a tool
to the winchs valve function you must connect a plug
in the contact on the cable which runs between the
SPACE system and the winch box. This plug tells
SPACE that the winch is disconnected and that the
function should be regarded as a tool (Fig. 20).
Fig. 19
Fig. 20
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Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths Connection plinths
(Fig. 21)
P1 P1 P1 P1 P1 To Column box To Column box To Column box To Column box To Column box
P1.1 Ground
P1.2 24 V
P1.3 Signal (4-20 mA, in steps) from winch
indicators
P2 - P5 P2 - P5 P2 - P5 P2 - P5 P2 - P5 From winch indicators From winch indicators From winch indicators From winch indicators From winch indicators
Px.1 Ground
Px.2 24 V
Px.3 Signal from winch indicator (0-24 V)
Fig. 21
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2.4 Terminal
Contents
Handheld PC ................................................................................ 3
Equipment needed for HIAB terminal ................................. 4
New Users .............................................................. 4
HP95/200 Users ..................................................... 4
Things to be aware of when using a handheld PC............. 5
Battery Power ......................................................... 5
Time Bug ................................................................ 5
Memory Cards ........................................................ 5
Installation of HIAB Windows CE terminal programs ......... 6
What is needed?..................................................... 6
Installation ............................................................... 6
Windows CE terminal functions................................................... 7
Login .................................................................................. 7
Main menu ......................................................................... 7
Init ...................................................................................... 7
Init System Overview .............................................. 8
Init Auto ................................................................... 8
Init Type.................................................................. 11
Init Levers .............................................................. 11
Calibrate ................................................................ 11
Variables .......................................................................... 12
Detailed................................................................. 13
User Interface ....................................................... 13
Extended............................................................... 14
Errors ............................................................................... 15
Error Counters ...................................................... 15
Parameters ...................................................................... 16
Change Par Value ................................................. 16
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File ................................................................................... 16
Counters .......................................................................... 17
Service log ............................................................ 17
Reset Counters .................................................... 17
Dos terminal ............................................................................... 18
General ............................................................................ 18
Init Auto ................................................................. 18
Variable list ....................................................................... 22
Variables..................................................................................... 22
OLP ................................................................................. 24
MSC ................................................................................. 24
Analogue inputs................................................................ 25
Levers .............................................................................. 25
Pressure sensors ............................................................ 26
Digital inputs .................................................................... 26
Stability ............................................................................. 28
Various ............................................................................. 28
Timers ........................................................................................ 29
Timer list .......................................................................... 29
Parameters ................................................................................ 30
Parameter list .................................................................. 30
OLP ................................................................................. 32
MSC ................................................................................. 33
Pressure sensors ............................................................ 33
Digital inputs .................................................................... 34
Stability ............................................................................. 35
Service ............................................................................. 36
Various ............................................................................. 37
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HANDHELD PC
A Handheld PC is a small computer that has Windows
CE as its operating system.
The Handheld PCs has a lot of advantages:
1. Easy to use. If you know Windows, then you are
already familiar with Windows CE.
2. Cheaper than a Laptop.
3. Communication with a PC through serial cable.
Files can be copied to the PC and stored there.
Update of the HIAB terminal program versions will
be easier.
4. Instead of a mouse there is a stylus pen used for
clicking directly onto the screen.
5. Handheld PCs have the Pocket Office version of the
ordinary Office package. If you write anything in for
example Pocket Word you can send that file to the
PC and read it in Word.
6. Its small size (approx the same size as a HP95)
and therefore easy to pack in a bag, compared to
the bulky Laptop.
HIAB will not produce any hardware for a specific
Handheld PC, this means that there will not be any
sort of special protection made for them.
Fig. 1
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Equipment needed for
HIAB terminal
New Users
PC System
PC, using Windows. With a 1,44 Mb Floppy drive.
PC Interface 365 0766 from HIAB. Includes
Interface, diskette with programs and instructions.
Handheld System
Handheld PC. Currently we support only Hewlett
Packard HP 680/690. Do not buy anything else but
these computers, since the programs depend very
much on the hardware of the Handheld PC,
especially the processor.
Handheld Interface 370 9426 from HIAB. Includes
Interface, diskette with Windows CE programs and
instructions.
HP95/200 Users
HIAB will continue to update the DOS programs to
work with the latest versions of Space boxes.
HP Interfaces 361 0888 and 367 3103 will remain as
spare parts.
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Things to be aware of
when using a handheld PC
Battery Power
The Handheld PC does not get any power whatsoever
from the SPACE system, so it needs to have fully
charged batteries at all time.
The Handhelds have a feature that turns off the power
after between 15 minutes when on battery power. The
battery of a HP 690 lasts for 7-8 hours of continuous
use. If the battery is fully charged when starting a job
the battery power should not be a problem.
Charge the battery for the Handheld PC at all times
when it is not used, because if the battery is drained
all information is lost on the Handheld PC, and the
terminal programs must be reinstalled.
Battery is drained even if the Handheld PCs power is
switched off.
Time Bug
Currently there is a time bug in Windows CE, when the
date is asked for in the programs the returned date
from Windows CE is incorrect.
Symptom:
S3000 CE.exe will not start due to an illegal year.
Wrong year in the file headers from files saved using
the HIAB terminal programs.
Solution:
Chose a city within USA when selecting Home City,
this cures the time problem. But set the date and time
to your date and time.
Memory Cards
HIAB will not sell memory cards for Handheld
systems. This is because the programs come on a PC
Diskette.
Handheld systems support the RAM cards that were
used for HP 95/200. An even better and cheaper
memory card is CompactFlash cards which have a
much higher storage capacity than RAM cards.
It is a good idea to put a backup of the terminal
programs onto a CompactFlash card so you dont
need to reinstall the HIAB terminal programs if the
battery is completely drained. Do also remember to
take backups of Crane.dat and Crane.s3d.
Fig. 2
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Installation of HIAB
Windows CE terminal
programs
What is needed?
A PC with Windows 95 or later.
A Handheld PC recommended from HIAB.
Installation programs. This comes with the Handheld
Interface as a PC Diskette.
Installation
This installation assumes that the program to install is
Space CE. Use the same procedure for the other
terminal programs.
1. Establish a connection between the PC and the
Handheld PC. Refer to the Handheld PC
manufacturers users guide for information regarding
this.
2. Insert the diskette labeled Handheld Installation
into the PC.
3. Copy Space CE.exe to a temporary folder on the
PCs hard drive.
4. Start the Space CE.exe that is now on the hard
drive. This will extract the installation files.
5. Start the newly extracted Setup.exe. Follow the
instructions on the screen.
6. When asked Install using default directory, answer
Yes.
7. Wait for the files to be installed on the Handheld
PC, this takes some time without any indication on
the screen, so be patient.
8. Ignore the error message saying that Space CE
was not installed successfully, remove it using add/
remove programs. This error message is wrong,
the installation is successful.
9. Space CE is now installed in the HIAB folder.
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WINDOWS CE
TERMINAL FUNCTIONS
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
Login
(Fig. 3)
Type in your User ID and Password then
click on button OK.
Main menu
(Fig. 4)
At the top is the program version of the
Space 3000, and the program serial
number.
Below that, there is the crane serial
number and further down we have the
Crane Type.
Top right is your Access level, and below
is your Display level.
From access level Service its possible
to chose diplay level Diagnostic.
Init
(Fig. 5)
Here are all the Init Menus:
System Overview, Auto, Type, Levers and
Prog SerNo.
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Init System Overview
Sub menu 1
(Fig. 6)
Shows an overview of how the system is
set up. You can see if the system has
ADC, MSC etc. You can also see where
the different indicators are connected.
Init Auto
Sub menu 1
Slew Sector 1 and 2
(Fig. 7)
Here you set which slewing sectors are
present is the system. You can choose
from:
- No Sector
- OLP
- Stop
- Platf 0 Low
- Platf 1 Low
- Platf 2 Low
- Platf 2S Low
No sector:
No slewing sector sensor is present in
system.
OLP:
Is used when the crane has a stability
sector.
Stop:
Stops the crane when entering the
slewing sector.
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Platf 1 Low
Sector Type:
Slew Sector 1 Slew Sector 2
Sector Type:
OLP
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
ADS
Cap (%) Cap (%)
Cap (%)
OB +1%
IB +2%
Winch
Automatic Parameter Initialization
Height Warn
Yes
No
Ext In Indicator
Pressure Settings (bar)
Manual Extension
No
50
60 60
75
OK Cancel
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
5
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
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Platf is for Fixed Platform and the
number tell how many tilt indicators are
used for the Fixed Platform.
Platf 0 Low:
No tilt indicators for the Fixed Platform.
Platf 1 Low:
One tilt indicator on the inner boom.
Platf 2 Low:
Tilt indicators for the Fixed Platform on
both inner and outer boom. The
indicators are not connected in series.
Platf 2S Low:
Tilt indicators connected in series for the
Fixed Platform on both inner and outer
boom.
This setting is only used when both
platform indicators are connected to
plinth P3 in Column box.
Cap (%):
Only used if the sector is set as OLP,
and sets the capacity of the inner boom
pressure when crane is in the slew
sector.
Winch
(Fig. 7)
Yes & No. Tells SPACE 3000 if Winch is
mounted or not.
Ext In Indicator
(Fig. 7)
Yes & No. Tells SPACE 3000 if a
hydraulic extension in indicator is
mounted or not.
ADS
(Fig. 7)
Yes & No. Tells SPACE 3000 if ADS is
mounted or not.
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Platf 1 Low
Sector Type:
Slew Sector 1 Slew Sector 2
Sector Type:
OLP
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
ADS
Cap (%) Cap (%)
Cap (%)
OB +1%
IB +2%
Winch
Automatic Parameter Initialization
Height Warn
Yes
No
Ext In Indicator
Pressure Settings (bar)
Manual Extension
No
50
60 60
75
OK Cancel
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
5
Fig. 7
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Height Warn
(Fig. 7)
If the crane has a tilt indicator on the
inner boom this option will be set to Yes,
whether you have a Height Warning kit or
not. The program checks if the crane is
equipped with an M-Link, which needs an
inner boom tilt indicator. Which means
that if you have selected the correct
Crane Type in InitType, then the program
will not remove the inner boom setting if
you selected No and have an M-Link.
Pressure settings (bar)
(Fig. 7)
Sets ib_p_lim_corr and ob_p_lim_corr.
The display shows inner and outer boom
pressure. Select correction values by
clicking on the arrows.
Manual Extension
(Fig. 7)
Sets the capacity when Manual
extension is selected on the User
Interface. The first value (should be the
lowest value) is used when the hydraulic
extensions are fully in or if no ext_in
sensor is connected and the second
value (higher) when the hydraulic
extensions are out.
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Platf 1 Low
Sector Type:
Slew Sector 1 Slew Sector 2
Sector Type:
OLP
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
ADS
Cap (%) Cap (%)
Cap (%)
OB +1%
IB +2%
Winch
Automatic Parameter Initialization
Height Warn
Yes
No
Ext In Indicator
Pressure Settings (bar)
Manual Extension
No
50
60 60
75
OK Cancel
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
5
Fig. 7
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Fig. 8
Fig. 9
Fig. 10
Init Type
Sub menu 1
(Fig. 8)
Sets parameters for the selected crane
type. Click select to set the parameters.
Button File is only used if more than one
Crane.dat file is used
.
Init Levers
Sub menu 1
(Fig. 9)
This menu can be used for three things;
Firstly to check if the calibration of the
levers was good or not. Move the lever on
the valve and see that the sliders on the
screen will move appropriately. Secondly
you can also see if the correct function is
connected to this lever, the name of the
function is above the slider. Third, see if
the correct functions are used for this
crane. The Terminal checks parameter
lev_ad_chan to see what functions are
used, and then only shows those func-
tions on the screen. To calibrate the
levers press button Calibrate.
Calibrate
Sub menu 2
(Fig. 10)
Follow the instructions on the screen
when calibrating the levers. To skip a
Tool lever press button Skip Lever. To
abort calibration press Back. You dont
have to press any key during calibration
just follow the commands on the screen.
As opposed from the DOS version where
you have to press Enter after every
command.
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Back
MPa Lim
Pressure Lev %
26
Tilt
Sect
up
-1,0
Platform
in
up
down
off
down
0
104
0
109
100
Max +
%
0
-43
0
100
0
0
0
0
0
0
100
0
0
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Max -
0
50
50
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Detailed
User Interface
Extended
Slew
Inner Boom
Outer Boom
Extension
Winch t0 l0 e0 d0
Tool 1
Tool 2
Tool 3
Variables
(Fig. 11)
This display is called the Summary display.
Here you can read off several variables simultaneously.
Here you can do a lot of troubleshooting by viewing the information from the variables.
Fig. 11
1 Winch Shows which winch indicators are connected to the system.
t = top, l = load, e = end, d = disable
0 = non active, 1 = active ? = not connected
(wtop, wload, wend and wdis)
Winch variables is only shown if winch is chosen in Init Auto menu.
2 Pressure MPa Shows current working pressure in inner and outer boom in MPa (ib_p_mom and ob_p_mom).
% Shows current working pressure in inner and outer boom in % of maximum pressure (ib_p_filt
and ob_p_filt).
Lim Shows maximum permitted working pressure in inner and outer boom in %.
The value is normally 100 but can be higher if ADC and/or MSC is activated. If manual
extension or an OLP slewing sector indicator is activated the value is lower than 100.
(ib_olp_lim and ob_olp_lim).
3 Lev % Shows signals from spool sensors. Maximum is +/- 100 (lever).
4 Max + Shows maximum permitted spool stroke in % of full stroke for each function and
Max - direction. 0 means that the movement is stopped (max_speed_p and max_speed_n).
5 Tilt Shows signals from inner and outer boom tilt indicator.
up = up
down = down
? = not connected
(ib_tilt and ob_tilt)
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Detailed
Sub menu 1
(Fig. 12)
Select variable class and then select
variable. The variable value will now be
shown in the variable value box.
User Interface
Sub menu 1
(Fig. 13)
Translates the variable cov_stat file to
plain text. Here you can see the status
of the User Interfaces of the system.
Only the UIs that are connected are
shown. The status is shown with simple
Yes/No answers.
Fig. 13
Fig. 12
6 Sect Sect shows one sector value if only one slewing sector is set for this crane, otherwise it will show
both sector values. (stab_sects)
7 Platform Platform is the indicators for the Fixed Platform. From the top of this box and down we have:
In or Out of the Fixed Platform slewing sector.
Inner boom Fixed Platform tilt indicator up or down.
Outer boom Fixed Platform titl indicator up or down.
On, if there is a person on the Fixed Platform, otherwise Off.
(stand_ib_low, stand_ob_low and stand_on)
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Extended
Sub menu 1
(Fig. 14)
Translates the variable ext_stat file to
plain text. Here you can see the status
of the Space 3000 Extended box, if one
is connected to the system. The follow-
ing text strings can be shown:
- Input from Extended Slewing Sector
positive
- Input from Extended Slewing Sector
negative
- Incoming Emergency Stop voltage OK
- Outgoing Emergency Stop voltage OK
- ADS output on
- Dump 2 connected
- MSC connected
- ADS connected
- Dump 2 output faulty
- MSC output faulty
- ADS output faulty
- The +24V fuse has tripped
- The lever 7 input: XX. Where XX is the
lever input value.
- The lever 8 input: XX. Where XX is the
lever input value.
- The On Platform input: XX. Where XX is
the On platform input value.
- The Extra Sensor input: XX. Where XX
is the Extra Sensor input value.
- ADS pressure 1 input byte: XX. Where
XX is the ADS input value.
- ADS pressure 2 input byte: XX. Where
XX is the ADS input value.
Fig. 14
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Errors
(Fig. 15)
Shows current Errors in Space. The
errors are continuously updated from
Space. Button Clear Errors is used to
tell Space to clear the errors manually. If
the error still persists then it is not
cleared, otherwise it is cleared. Most
errors are cleared when the reason for
the error disappears.
Button Error Count will take you to error
counters.
Error Counters
Sub menu 1
(Fig. 16)
Shows a count of all errors in this Space
box since it was produced. Press button
Reset to reset the right column of the
error counters. This can be used to
check what kind of errors that have
occurred since the last time the crane
was in a workshop.
Fig. 15
Fig. 16
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Parameters
(Fig. 17)
This is where you can check and set
parameter values. Select parameter
class and then a Parameter. When a
parameter is selected its value will be
shown in the Parameter Value box. To
change a parameter click button
Change Par Value or double click on
the parameter name.
Change Par Value
Sub menu 1
(Fig. 18)
Change the parameter value in the New
Value box.
Click OK and the submenu will appear to
confirm successful parameter change.
Click OK and new values are set.
File
(Fig. 19)
Load, loads a coded parameter file (.sav)
that was saved with the Save button.
Save As Text saves parameters,
counters, diary and error counters to a
file as text. This file can be opened later
with any text editor (Word, Notepad
etc.). Save As Code saves all data from
this Space box to a coded file. This file
cannot be viewed with a text editor. The
purpose of this coded file is to get a
complete picture of what this crane has
been doing and its settings. Can only be
viewed by certain personnel at HIAB.
Fig. 19
Fig. 17
Fig. 18
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Counters
(Fig. 20)
Shows counter and timer values. This
menu is continuously updated from
Space, so if a timer has a new value it is
automatically updated.
Service log
Sub menu 1
(Fig. 21)
In access level Diagnostic it is possible
to view the Service log by clicking on
Yes.
This question will not appear in access
level Service.
Reset Counters
Sub menu 2
(Fig. 22)
Click on Yes to reset Service counters.
NOTE!
For more information about
timer and counter settings, see
section 5.1 Service.
Fig. 20
Fig. 21
Fig. 22
dump_time 23:31
lift_ctr 40
srvc_tot_time_left 1950:12
srvc_use_time_left 986:45
tot_time 56:52
use_time 14:23
Timers and Counters
Service
Back
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
7
dump_time 23:31
lift_ctr 40
srvc_tot_time_left 1950:12
srvc_use_time_left 986:45
tot_time 56:52
use_time 14:23
Timers and Counters
Service
Back
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
6
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DOS TERMINAL
General
This section only describes the Init Auto menu in DOS.
The Init Auto menu is the menu that differs most from
Windows CE.
For more information about the DOS terminal and the
different menus, see SPACE service manual.
Init Auto
Sub menu 1
Navigation in menu:
%, & = Move between parameters.
ENTER = Change between values.
Inner or Outer Boom Pressure Limits
Sets ib_p_lim_corr and ob_p_lim_corr.
The display shows inner and outer boom
pressure. Type correction values if needed
and press ENTER to update values.
Slewing Sectors
(Fig. 23)
Here you set which slewing sectors that are
present in the system. It is possible to have
two slewing sectors.
You can choose from:
- NO
- OLP
- STOP
- PLATF0
- PLATF1
- PLATF2
- PLATF2S
Fig. 23
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NO:
No slewing sector sensor is present in system.
OLP:
Is used when the crane has a stability sector. If OLP is
chosen the capacity (%) of the inner boom pressure
when crane is in the slewing sector should be set in
line below OLP.
STOP:
Stops the crane when entering the slewing sector.
PLATF is for Fixed Platform and the number tells how
many tilt indicators are used for the Fixed Platform.
PLATF0:
No tilt indicators for the Fixed Platform.
PLATF1:
One tilt indicator on the inner boom.
PLATF2:
Tilt indicators for the Fixed Platform on both inner and
outer boom. The indicators are not connected in
series.
PLATF2S:
Series connected tilt indicators for the Fixed Platform
on both inner and outer boom.
This setting is only used when both platform indicators
are connected to plinth P3 in Column box.
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Fig. 24
Inner Boom Tilt ind.
(Fig. 24)
If the crane has a tilt indicator on the
inner boom this option will be set to
YES, whether you have a Height
Warning kit or not. The program checks
if the crane is equipped with an M-Link,
which needs an inner boom tilt indicator.
Which means that if you have selected
correct Crane Type in InitType, then the
program will not remove the inner boom
setting if you selected No and have an
M-Link.
Winch
(Fig. 24)
YES & NO. Tells SPACE 3000 if a winch
is mounted or not.
ADS
(Fig. 24)
YES & NO. Tells SPACE 3000 if ADS is
mounted or not.
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Fig. 25
Fig. 26
Man Ext Capacity
(Fig. 25, 26)
Sets the capacity when Manual
Extension is selected on the User
Interface. The first value (should be the
lowest value) is used when the hydraulic
extensions are fully in or if no ext_in
indicator is connected (ext_in_chan = -1)
and the second value (higher) when the
hydraulic extensions are out.
Type new value if needed and press
ENTER to update value.
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VARIABLES
S ?b_olp_lim These variables show the present OLP activating pressure for the inner or
outer boom (in % of the working pressure ib_p_lim and ob_p_lim).
S olp_rel_w_ctr This variable shows the number of seconds that remains until the OLP
release mode can be activated again.
D ?b_msc_on These variables show if the MSC is active or not.
D mm_active This variable shows in which Multi Mode the crane currently is.
D mm_off_?cnt These variables show how many lifts or how many seconds remain until
the Multi Mode returns to hook mode.
S anin These variables contain the raw data from the analogue inputs.
A value of 0 corresponds to a input voltage of 0 V or a current of 0 mA.
The full scale value is 255 and corresponds to a input voltage of +5 V or
current of 22.7 mA.
D st_anin This is a special version of the analogue inputs variable. This variable
contains all the Standard Box physical analogue inputs.
D lever This variable shows the lever position [%]. Should correspond to the
amount of oil that flows trough the valve.
S ?b_p_filt These variables show the filtrated relative pressure [%].
S ?b_p_mom This variable shows the actual momentary pressure in bars.
S ?b_tilt These variables show the actual state of the inner or outer boom tilt
indicator (0 = down, 1 = up, -1 = not connected).
D digin This variable shows the state of the eight voltage supervision signals.
S ext_in_inp This variable shows the actual state of the crane hydraulic extensions in
input.
(0 = extension in, 1 = extension out, -1 = not in use)
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S lo_load_inp This variable shows the actual state of the crane capacity reducing input
(0 = off, 1 = on, -1 = not connected).
S man_ext_sel This variable shows whether manual extensions are selected or not
(selected with the manual extension switch on the User Interface).
D stand_?b_low These variables show the actual state of the stand platforms inner or
outer boom too low indicator
(0 = low, 1 = high, -1 = not connected).
D stand_on This variable shows the actual state of the person on platform indicator
(0 = off, 1 = on, -1 = not connected).
D voltin This variable shows the state of the eight digital input pins.
S wdis This variable shows the actual state of the winch disabled signal
(0 = off, 1 = on, -1 = not connected).
S wend This variable shows the actual state of the winch 3 coils left indicator
(0 = off, 1 = on, -1 = not connected).
S wload This variable shows the actual state of the winch overload indicator
(0 = off, 1 = on, -1 = not connected).
S wtop This variable shows the actual state of the winch top position indicator
(0 = off, 1 = on, -1 = not connected).
S stab_? These variables show the current status of the slewing sector indicators
(negative and positive for three different sectors).
S stab_sect This variable shows the combined (worst case) status of the slewing
sectors.
S stab_sects This variable shows the status of the slewing sectors.
D apo_ctr This variable shows the time (minutes) left to the Automatic Power Off.
D max_speed_? These variables show the actual maximum permitted speed [%] for each
function in both directions (negative and positive).
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OLP
ib_olp_lim display: S
ob_olp_lim
These variables show the present OLP activating pressure for the inner or outer boom (in % of
the working pressure ib_p_lim and ob_p_lim).
This value is normally 100, but changes according to MSC status, Multi -Mode, stability
conditions and so on.
olp_rel_w_ctr display: S
This variable shows the number of seconds that remains until the OLP release mode can be
activated again.
MSC
ib_msc_on display: D
ob_msc_on
These variables show if the MSC is active or not.
mm_active display: D
This variable shows in which Multi Mode the crane currently is.
The modes are:
0 Tool Mode (Basic capacity)
1 Hook Mode (mm_?b_olp_add[0] capacity used, typically +10%)
2 Winch Mode (mm_?b_olp_add[1] capacity used, typically +5%)
mm_off_lcnt display: D
mm_off_tcnt
These variables show how many lifts (mm_off_lcnt) or how many seconds (mm_off_tcnt)
remain until the Multi Mode returns to hook mode.
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Analogue inputs
anin display: S
These variables contain the raw data from the analogue inputs.
A value of 0 corresponds to a input voltage of 0 V or a current of 0 mA.
The full scale value is 255 and corresponds to a input voltage of +5 V or current of 22.7 mA.
st_anin display: D
This is a special version of the analogue inputs variable. This variable contains all the
Standard Box physical analogue inputs (not even channel number related).
Levers
lever display: D
This variable shows the lever position [%]. Should correspond to the amount of oil that flows
through the valve.
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Pressure sensors
ib_p_filt display: S
ob_p_filt
These variables show the filtrated relative pressure [%].
?b_p_mom display: S
This variable shows the actual momentan pressure in bars.
Digital inputs
ib_tilt display: S
ob_tilt
These variables show the actual state of the inner or outer boom tilt indicator
(0 = down, 1 = up, -1 = not connected).
digin display: D
This variable shows the state of the eight voltage supervision signals:
Bit Dec Name Terminal Normally used for
0 1 DIGIN_0 P5:9 Extensions out indicator
1 2 DIGIN_1 P4:3 Manual Extension / On Platform indicator
2 4 DIGIN_2 P6:5 Slewing sector 1 Positive Indicator
3 8 DIGIN_3 P6:6 Slewing sector 1 Negative Indicator
4 16 STRAP_0 P11:5
5 32 STRAP_1 P11:4
6 64 STRAP_2 P11:3
7 128 STRAP_3 P11:2
ext_in_inp display: S
This variable shows the actual state of the crane hydraulic extensions in input
(0 = extension in, 1 = extension out, -1 = not in use)
lo_load_inp display: S
This variable shows the actual state of the crane capacity reducing input
(0 = off, 1 = on, -1 = not connected).
man_ext_sel display: S
This variable shows whether manual extensions are selected or not (selected with the manual
extension switch on the User Interface).
If a Hydraulic extension in indicator is connected, this variable can also get the value 2 which
means that manual extension are selected, but the crane extensions are out (ext_in_inp = 0)
which means use the higher man_ext_load[1].
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stand_ib_low display: D
stand_ob_low
These variables show the actual state of the stand platforms inner or outer boom too low
indicator
(0 = low, 1 = high, -1 = not connected).
stand_on display: D
This variable shows the actual state of the person on platform indicator
(0 = off, 1 = on, -1 = not connected).
voltin display: D
This variable shows the state of the eight digital input pins:
Bit Dec Name Terminal Used for
0 1 VBHORN P8:2 The voltage on the Horn output (relay supervision)
1 2 V24TERM P3:2 The voltage supply to the terminal connection
(fuse supervision)
2 4 V5VCAN - The voltage supply to the CAN interface
3 8 VON_OFF (P7:7) Input from the On/Off switch
4 16 VSTOP_IN P7:6 Input from the Emergency Stop chain
5 32 V24VCOL P5:2 The voltage supply to the Column box (Fuse supervision)
6 64 V24VIO P1:2 The voltage supply to other I/O (Fuse supervision)
7 128 DMP_VEN - Input from the Watchdog circuit for the Dump valve output
wdis display: S
This variable shows the actual state of the winch disabled signal
(0 = off, 1 = on, -1 = not connected).
(wdis is activated when the inputs for both wend and wtop are activated at the same time).
wend display: S
This variable shows the actual state of the winch 3 coils left indicator
(0 = off, 1 = on, -1 = not connected).
wload display: S
This variable shows the actual state of the winch overload indicator
(0 = off, 1 = on, -1 = not connected).
wtop display: S
This variable shows the actual state of the winch top position indicator
(0 = off, 1 = on, -1 = not connected).
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Stability
stab_n display: S
stab_p
These variables show the current status of the slewing sector indicators (negative
and positive for three different sectors).
stab_sect display: S
This variable shows the combined (worst case) status of the slewing sectors. A zero
means that the crane is not in any sector. -1 means that the crane has entered a restricted
sector in the negative direction and +1 that the sector is entered in the positive direction. 2
means that the entering direction is unknown or that two conflicting sectors are active.
stab_sects display: S
This variable shows the status of the slewing sectors. A zero means that the crane is
out of the restricted sector. -1 means that the sector has been entered in the negative
direction and +1 that the sector is entered in the positive direction. 2 means that the entering
direction is unknown (indicator error or conflict with the valve position)
Various
apo_ctr display: D
This variable shows the time (minutes) left to the Automatic Power Off.
max_speed_n
max_speed_p display: D
These variables show the actual maximum permitted speed [%] for each function in both
directions (negative resp positive). These values reflects the status of the MSC, the different
OLPs and the LO_SPEED errors.
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TIMERS
Timer list
S=Service
D=Diagnostic
S dump_time This timer counts how many minutes the dump valve output has been on.
D ib_OLP_ctr These timers counts how many times an inner boom or outer boom OLP-
ob_OLP_ctr situation has occurred in the system.
D ib_prewarn_ctr This timer counts how many times the inner boom pre-warning pressure
level has been reached.
D lift_ctr This timer counts how many lifts have been done with the crane.
D man_ext_ctr This timer counts how many time the Manual Extension or lo_load logic
is activated.
D man_ext_time This timer counts how many minutes the crane has been used with
Manual Extensions selected at the User interface or with the lo_load_inp
active.
D OLP_rel_ctr This timer counts how many times the OLP release function has been
used.
S srvc_lifts_left This timer counts down how many lifts are left until the next service.
S srvc_tot_time_left This timer counts how many tot_time minutes are left until the next
service.
S srvc_use_time_left This timer counts how many use_time minutes are left until the next
service.
D stab_OLP_ctr This timer counts how many times an inner boom OLP situation has
occurred because of some slewing sector limitation.
S tot_time This timer counts how many minutes the power has been on to the
Standard box.
S use_time This timer counts how many minutes the crane has been used (lever not
centred and oil not dumped).
D wi_OLP_ctr This timer counts how many times the winch overload indicator (wload)
has been activated.
Diplay Timer name Description of timer
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PARAMETERS
Parameter list
S=Service
D=Diagnostic
D D mlink_mode This parameter sets if the crane has a mechanical link or not
S S olp_lim This parameter sets the default OLP limit pressure for inner and
outer boom OLP systems
S S prew_horn_on This parameter sets how many times the horn should beep
when the crane load reaches the pre-warning level.
S S prew_horn_time This parameter sets how long the pre-warning horn beeps
should be.
D D w_top_? These parameters describe which functions should be stopped
in the negative (w_top_n) or positive (w_top_p) directions
when the winch top switch indicator is activated.
S S msc_act_mode This parameter describes how the MSC is activated:
0: Auto The MSC is automatically activated always
when the pressure reaches the MSC limit.
1: Non-limiting The MSC is automatically activated only if no
lever needs to be forced back.
2: Zero-pos The MSC is activated only when all levers are
centred
S S msc_rel_mode This parameter activates the MSC system.
S S ?b_p_lim_corr These parameters adjust the ib_p_lim or ob_p_lim values.
S S stop_tool_?_load When the inner boom pressure (ib_p_filt) is higher than this
level, the positive direction of TOOL_1 or TOOL_2 is stopped
D D ext_in_chan This parameter sets the channel number for the crane
extension in indicator
S S ib_tilt_chan This parameter sets the channel number for the inner boom tilt
indicator.
D D lo_load_inp_chan This parameter is a digital input with which the crane capacity
can be reduced.
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D D lo_load_inp_load The inner boom capacity is limited to this value [%] when the
lo_load_inp_chan is set and the lo_load_inp variable is off.
D D man_ext_load The inner boom capacity is limited to this value [%] when the
manual extension mode is selected on User interface.
D D stand_?b_low_chan These parameters set the channel number for the inner and
outer boom tilt indicators for the fixed platform.
D D stand_on_chan This parameter sets the channel number for the person on
platform indicator.
D D stab_?_chan These parameters set the channel number for the two slewing
sector indicators negative or positive side.
S S stab_olp This parameter sets the level (in %) to which the inner boom
OLP pressure limit will reduce when the slewing is inside an
OLP_SECT restriction sector.
D D stab_sect_type This parameter sets the type of the three different slewing
sectors.
0 OLP_SECT normal capacity reducing stability sector
2 STND_SECT sector for stand platform .
D D srvc_lifts This parameter sets the number of lifts (lift_ctr) in a service
interval.
D D srvc_tot_hours This parameter sets the number of total hours (tot_time) in a
service interval.
D D srvc_use_hours This parameter sets the number of crane in use hours
(use_time) in a service interval.
D D ads_mode This parameter activates the ADS system.
S S apo_time This parameter sets the Automatic Power Off time in minutes.
S S dump_time This parameter sets the number of seconds the dump valve
should remain active after all levers have been centred.
S S password To be able to change any of the password protected parameters
(msc_mode, multi_mode, serial_no), this password semi-
parameter must first be set to the correct value.
(Contact HIAB AB for password)
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OLP
mlink_mode access: D display: D limits: 0..1 default:0
This parameter tells if the crane has a mechanical link (mlink_mode = 1) or not
(mlink_mode = 0).
Note that the ib_tilt_chan-parameter also has to be set for the mechanical link logics to
work. If ib_tilt_chan is set, but mlink_mode = 0, the ib_tilt signal is used for high inner
boom warning only.
olp_lim access: S display: S limits: 50..150 default: 100
This parameter sets the default OLP limit pressure (in % of the working pressure ??_p_lim)
for the two different OLP systems (Inner Boom and Outer Boom). The final OLP limit pressure
will vary depending on MSC, MultiMode, errors, cabin area and so on.
Note! This parameter will always default to 100 % when the power is switched on.
prew_horn_on access: S display: S limits: 0..10 default: 1
This parameter tells how many times (1 second apart) the horn should sound when the crane
(inner or outer boom) load reaches the pre-warning level.
prew_horn_time access: S display: S limits: 0..255 default: 30
This parameter tells how long the pre-warning horn beeps should be.
w_top_n access: D display: D limits: 0..255 default: 22
w_top_p
These parameters contains a bit pattern that describes which functions will be stopped in the
negative (w_top_n) or positive (w_top_p) directions when the winch top switch indicator is
activated.
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MSC
msc_act_mode access: S display: S limits: 0..2 default: 1
This parameter describes how the MSC is activated:
0: Auto The MSC is automatically activated when the inner or outer boom
pressures reach the MSC limit. Levers that are deflected more than the
MSC limit, are hydraulically forced back to the MSC limit.
1: Non-limiting The MSC is automatically activated only if no lever needs to be forced
back (no functions are being driven too fast). Otherwise the MSC is not
activated until all levers are centred.
2: Zero-pos. The MSC is activated only when all levers are centred. This means that
when the crane load increases, you will first get an OLP at the crane
nominal capacity (100%). When you center the levers, the MSC will be
activated (also limiting the valve spool strokes) and the crane capacity will
increase with ??_msc_olp_add %.
msc_rel_mode Password protected parameter
access: S display: S limits: 0..1 no default
This parameter activates the MSC system. A zero means that the crane does not have MSC
and 1 that the crane has MSC. Note that the Extended bottom and a MSC valve also must be
present.
Pressure sensors
ib_p_lim_corr
ob_p_lim_corr access: S display: S limits: -20..+3 default: 0
These parameters adjust the ib_p_lim or ob_p_lim values.
stop_tool_1_load access: S display: S limits: 0..255 default: 200
stop_tool_2_load
When the inner boom pressure (ib_p_filt) is higher than this level, the positive direction of
TOOL_1 or TOOL_2 is stopped.
This parameter is intended to be used on cranes with the support legs on the TOOL_1 or
TOOL_2 functions.
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Digital inputs
ext_in_chan access: D display: D limits: -1..24 default: -1
This parameter sets the channel number (usually 19) for the crane hydraulic extension in
indicator (used to give a higher manual extension load when the crane extensions are out).
ib_tilt_chan access: S display: S limits: -1..18 default: -1
This parameter sets the channel number for the inner boom tilt indicator.
lo_load_inp_chan access: D display: D limits: -1..24 default: -1
This parameter is a digital input with which the crane capacity can be reduced.
lo_load_inp_load access: D display: D limits: 0..100 default: 50
The inner boom capacity is limited to this value [%] when the lo_load_inp_chan is set
(? 1) and the lo_load_inp variable is off (? 1).
man_ext_load access: D display: D limits: 0..100 default: 50, 75
The inner boom capacity is limited to this value [%] when the manual extension mode is
selected on User interface. The first value (should be lower) is used when the crane
hydraulic extensions are in (ext_in_inp = 1) or no ext_in indicator is connected
(ext_in_chan = -1) and the second value (higher) when the crane extensions are out
(ext_in_inp = 0).
stand_ib_low_chan access: D display: D limits :-1..24 default: -1
stand_ob_low_chan
These parameters set the channel number for the inner or outer boom angle indicators for
the stand platform.
stand_on_chan access: D display: D limits: -1..24 default: -1
This parameter sets the channel number for the person on platform indicator.
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Stability
stab_n_chan access: D display: D limits: -1..24 default: -1, -1, -1
stab_p_chan
These parameters set the channel number for the two slewing sector indicators, negative
or positive side.
stab_olp access: S display: S limits: 0..100 default: 60, 100, 100
This parameter sets the level (in %) to which the inner boom OLP pressure limit shall reduce
when the slewing is inside an OLP_SECT restriction sector.
stab_sect_type access: D display: D limits: 0..2 default: 0, 0, 0
This parameter tells the type of the three different slewing sectors
0 OLP_SECT normal capacity reducing stability sector
2 STND_SECT sector for fixed platform.
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Service
srvc_lifts access: D display: D limits: 0..30000 default: 10000
This parameter sets the number of lifts (lift_ctr) in a service interval (Set 0 to disable the
function).
srvc_tot_hours access: D display: D limits: 0..20000 default: 2000
This parameter sets the number of total hours (tot_time) in a service interval (Set 0 to disable
the function).
srvc_use_hours access: D display: D limits: 0..10000 default: 1000
This parameter sets the number of crane in use hours (use_time) in a service interval (Set 0
to disable the function).
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Various
ads_mode access: D display: D limits: 0..1 default: 0
This parameter activates the ADS system. A zero means that the crane does not have ADS
and 1 that the crane has ADS.
Note that the Extended box, the two ADS pressure sensors and a ADS valve also must be
present.
apo_time access: S display: S limits: 0..255 default: 30
This parameter sets the Automatic Power Off time in minutes (set to zero to disable
Automatic Power Off). The system will automatically switch off the power if the crane has not
been used (all levers centred) for this time.
dump_time access: S display: S limits: 2..255 default: 3
This parameter sets the number of seconds the dump valve should remain active after all
levers has been centred. This automatic dumping function can be disabled by setting
dump_time = 255.
password access: S display: S limits: n/a default: n/a
To be able to change any of the password protected parameters (msc_mode, multi_mode,
serial_no), this password semi-parameter must first be set to the correct value. This value is
dependent of the serial number of the box (serial_no parameter). The password is
automatically reset to zero every time the power is switched off.
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3 Delivery settings
Contents
Connection of a 24 V power supply to SPACE 3000.................... 3
Connection of a oil cooler................................................................3
Initiation of the system ................................................................. 4
Load and Stability tests ................................................................ 5
Adjustments for load and stability testing........................... 5
Raising the OLP limit ......................................................... 5
Windows CE terminal ............................................. 6
DOS terminal .......................................................... 7
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CONNECTION OF A
24 V POWER SUPPLY
All new cranes are supplied with an 8-metre power
supply cable connected to the SPACE 3000 standard
box.
Connect this cable to a 15 A power output provided by
the truck manufacturer.
If the cable needs to be replaced with a longer cable
the minimum cable area is 2.25 mm.
CONNECTION OF A OIL
COOLER
With SPACE 3000 it is not possible to connect an oil
cooler to the control system power supply as a MPCB
box is not used.
The oil cooler power supply must be connected
directly to the truck electrical system using a suitable
fused 15amp-connection point. All connections at the
oil cooler are made at the factory and the connection
cable is attached to the crane for transport.
Before starting the crane, make sure that the transport
protection plate is removed from the oil cooler. It is
secured by 4 plastic ties. Rapid Overheating of the oil
will occur if this plate is not removed.
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INITIATION OF THE
SYSTEM
All the basic settings in SPACE 3000 are made at the
factory and no further adjustments are necessary.
NOTE!
If accessories have been fitted to the crane
during installation refer to section 6.1
Connecting accessories for connection and
setting details.
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LOAD AND STABILITY
TESTS
Carry out all load and stability tests in accordance with
the procedures in Crane Info 7.
Adjustments for load and
stability testing
It is no longer possible to make adjustments to the
parameters ?b_p_lim. It is possible to make small
adjustments to the cylinder pressures using the
?b_lim_corr parameters. These provide an adjustment
range between -20 % and +3 %.
To access these parameters from the main menu
select Parameters, Pressures and select the boom
cylinder you wish to adjust.
Any attempt to try and set a new value higher than 3
% or lower than -20 % will be ignored and the previ-
ously entered value will be reset.
Raising the OLP limit
Normally, the crane stops when the 100 % capacity is
reached, therefore, the OLP limit must be temporarily
increased during the test.
To temporarily increase the OLP limit, the parameter
olp_lim must be changed.
Set the value to 130 % to make sure that the OLP
system will not interfere during the stability test.
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Windows CE terminal Windows CE terminal Windows CE terminal Windows CE terminal Windows CE terminal
1. Connect a HP Jornada terminal to
SPACE.
2. Type User Name and Password, click
on OK and the Main menu is dis-
played.
3. Select Parameters from Main menu.
4. Select OLP in the Class window.
5. Select Olp_lim in the Parameter
window (Fig. 1).
6. Click on Change Par Value.
7. Type in 130, click on OK and the
display returns to previous display
(Fig. 2).
8. Click on Back and the display returns
to the Main menu.
9. Carry out load and stability tests in
accordance with the procedures in
Crane Info 7.
The temporary value is now set and will
remain set until SPACE is switched off.
When SPACE is switched on again the
Olp_lim parameter will automatically
reset to 100 %.
The power saving feature or accidentally
switching off of the HP Journada
handheld PC's will not affect the
temporary settings.
Fig. 1
100
130
olp_lim
150 Service
50
1
0
7
0
-
3
8
2
Fig. 2
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DOS terminal DOS terminal DOS terminal DOS terminal DOS terminal
1. Connect a HP 95 terminal or a 200
model of Handheld PC to SPACE.
2. Type User Name and press ENTER.
Type Password, press ENTER and the
Main menu is displayed.
3. Press F3 - PARS from Main menu.
4. Highlight OLP using the arrow keys
and press ENTER.
5. Highlight olp_lim using the arrow
keys and press ENTER (Fig. 3).
6. In the new value window type in 130
(Fig. 4).
7. Press ENTER and then F10 - EXIT
twice to return to the Main menu.
8. Carry out load and stability tests in
accordance with the procedures in
Crane Info 7.
The temporary value is now set and will
remain set until SPACE is switched off.
When SPACE is switched on again the
Olp_lim parameter will automatically
reset to 100 %.
1
0
7
0
-
3
8
3

SPACE-3000 v1.20/Nov 20 2000/n:125

Crane s/n: Default


Crane Type: Default
Customize parameters
Class: OLP

olp_horn_on olp_horn_time
olp_lim prew_horn_on
prew_horn_time
SELECT
Fig. 3
1
0
7
0
-
3
8
4

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Crane s/n: Default


Crane Type: Default
Customize parameters
Class: OLP

Parameter: olp_lim
Access: Service Min: 50 Max: 150
current value:
100
new value:
130_
SELECT
Fig. 4
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4.1 Troubleshooting methods
Contents
General......................................................................................... 3
Troubleshooting organization ............................................. 4
Reading out errors on Standard box ....................... 5
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GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL
This section covers SPACE system troubleshooting. It
gives information how the troubleshooting is carried out
and what measures are to be taken before the crane is
returned to the customer.
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organization organization organization organization organization
To determine in which of the systems the error lies:
1. Checking of error codes 1. Checking of error codes 1. Checking of error codes 1. Checking of error codes 1. Checking of error codes
Connect the terminal/handheld PC to the Standard
box.
Select ERRS/Errors ERRS/Errors ERRS/Errors ERRS/Errors ERRS/Errors on main menu.
Are any error codes stored in SPACE?
Yes: Perform troubleshooting according to given error
code. Continue with final crane check.
No: Proceed to step 2.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
All troubleshooting is to be carried out with All troubleshooting is to be carried out with All troubleshooting is to be carried out with All troubleshooting is to be carried out with All troubleshooting is to be carried out with
SP SP SP SP SPACE active. ACE active. ACE active. ACE active. ACE active.
Most of the errors are reset automatically when the
faulty condition disappears, but some errors require to
be reset manually.
A manual reset can be done by selecting CLEAR/ CLEAR/ CLEAR/ CLEAR/ CLEAR/
Clear Errors Clear Errors Clear Errors Clear Errors Clear Errors on terminal/handheld PC or by switching
the SPACE power off and on.
2. Hydraulic system check 2. Hydraulic system check 2. Hydraulic system check 2. Hydraulic system check 2. Hydraulic system check
Try to operate the crane by using the levers on valve
unit.
Does the crane work?
Yes: Proceed to step 3.
No: Check the crane hydraulic system according to
the relevant Crane Info manual.
3. Intermittent error check 3. Intermittent error check 3. Intermittent error check 3. Intermittent error check 3. Intermittent error check
Operate all crane functions to end position. At the
same time, check if the red error LED on User
interface is on.
Is the error LED on?
Yes: Perform troubleshooting according to given error
code. Continue with step 6.
No: Proceed to step 4.
4. No error is found 4. No error is found 4. No error is found 4. No error is found 4. No error is found
Select COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. Reset error counter in
right column by selecting RESET/Reset RESET/Reset RESET/Reset RESET/Reset RESET/Reset.
Ask the customer to come back if the error symptom
occurs again.
5. Customer comes back and no 5. Customer comes back and no 5. Customer comes back and no 5. Customer comes back and no 5. Customer comes back and no
error code is stored in SP error code is stored in SP error code is stored in SP error code is stored in SP error code is stored in SPACE: ACE: ACE: ACE: ACE:
Select ERRS/Errors ERRS/Errors ERRS/Errors ERRS/Errors ERRS/Errors on main menu.
Select COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. Check in the right
column what kind of errors that has occurred since
last time this crane was in a workshop. The error -s
are now inactive.
Perform troubleshooting according to given error
code.
Check especially:
connectors for bad contact, contact resistance and
oxidation
cables to sensors, indicators and boxes for damage.
6. Final check of crane 6. Final check of crane 6. Final check of crane 6. Final check of crane 6. Final check of crane
After a crane is repaired, it shall be tested before
delivery to the customer.
Connect the terminal/handheld PC to the Standard
box.
Select ERRS/Errors ERRS/Errors ERRS/Errors ERRS/Errors ERRS/Errors on main menu.
Select COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count.
Reset error counter by selecting RESET/Reset RESET/Reset RESET/Reset RESET/Reset RESET/Reset.
Check that current crane function works perfectly
Select COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. COUNT/Error Count. Check in the right
column that no error has occurred during the test run
of crane.
Deliver crane to customer.
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A
B
Fig. 1
Reading out errors on Reading out errors on Reading out errors on Reading out errors on Reading out errors on
Standard box Standard box Standard box Standard box Standard box
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
If more than one error code is stored in If more than one error code is stored in If more than one error code is stored in If more than one error code is stored in If more than one error code is stored in
SP SP SP SP SPACE the code with the lowest number ACE the code with the lowest number ACE the code with the lowest number ACE the code with the lowest number ACE the code with the lowest number
will be displayed first. will be displayed first. will be displayed first. will be displayed first. will be displayed first.
When the fault creating the first error code When the fault creating the first error code When the fault creating the first error code When the fault creating the first error code When the fault creating the first error code
is repaired SP is repaired SP is repaired SP is repaired SP is repaired SPACE displays the next error ACE displays the next error ACE displays the next error ACE displays the next error ACE displays the next error
code. code. code. code. code.
1 Unscrew the cover. The two digit indicator (A)
show, in turn, the number and type of error.
Example: The digit 4 and a dot, followed by 03
without a dot indicates that there are four errors
and the lowest number of these is no. 03.
2 Look in the error list to identify the error.
3 Perform troubleshooting according to given error
code.
4 If more than one error code is displayed,
continue troubleshooting procedures.
5 Continue with Final check of crane.
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4.2 Troubleshooting
Contents
How to use troubleshooting.......................................................... 4
E0: Supply voltage to Standard box too low ................................. 6
E1: Voltage feed to sensors too low............................................. 8
E2: Voltage feed to dump valve too low...................................... 12
E3: Emergency button pushed in............................................... 14
E4: Error in dump valve circuit ................................................... 18
E5: Error in emergency chain .................................................... 20
E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low................................. 24
E7: Supply voltage to terminal too low........................................ 36
E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low...................................... 38
E9: Voltage feed to horn too low................................................. 44
E10: Extended box error ............................................................ 46
E11, E20, E27, E28, E29, E30: Internal error ............................. 50
E12, E13, E14, E15: Spool sensor signal too low or to high ...... 52
E16, E17: Spool sensor signal too low or too high ..................... 54
E18, E19: Spool sensor signal too low or too high ..................... 56
E20: Inner boom fixed platform angle indicator,
signal too low or too high .................................................... 58
E21: Winch box, signal too low or too high ................................ 62
E22: Inner boom tilt indicator, signal too low or too high............. 66
E23: Outer boom tilt indicator, signal too low or too high............ 70
E23: Outer boom tilt indicator, signal too low or too high............ 72
E24: Outer boom pressure sensor, signal too low or too high ... 74
E25: Inner boom pressure sensor, signal too low or too high .... 78
E31: Slewing sector 1, faulty signal ........................................... 82
E32: Slewing sector 2, faulty signal ........................................... 84
E33: Slewing sector 3, faulty signal ........................................... 86
E34: Winch, indicator error ........................................................ 88
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E35: Standard box, parameter error........................................... 90
E36: Levers not centered at start up.......................................... 92
E37: Inner boom pressure sensor, faulty signal ......................... 94
E38: Outer boom pressure sensor, faulty signal ........................ 96
E39: User interface 1, error........................................................ 98
E40: User interface 2, error...................................................... 104
E41: User interface 3, error.......................................................110
E42: User interface 4, error.......................................................116
E43: ADS valve error................................................................ 122
E44: ADS pressure sensor 1 error........................................... 124
E45: ADS pressure sensor 2 error........................................... 130
E46: MSC valve error ............................................................... 134
E47: Dump 2 valve error .......................................................... 138
E48: Program stop................................................................... 140
E49: Service............................................................................. 142
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HOW TO USE TROUBLESHOOTING CHARTS
1
2
2 22 22
1 11 11
3 33 33
4 44 44
5 55 55
6 66 66 7 77 77
8 88 88
9 99 99
10 10 10 10 10
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User interface 1
Disconnect wire from P2.5.
Test for min. 15,0 V between P2.5
and P2.6
Connect wire to P2.5
User interface 2
Disconnect wire/strapping from
P2.5
Test for min. 15,0 V between P2.5
and P2.6.
Connect wire/strapping to P2.5
To be continued on next page
Make sure that stop buttons are
not pushed in
Voltage is below 15,0 V.
Check and replace defective
cable to Standard box.
Replace User interface 1 if no
error is found
Voltage is below 15,0 V.
Check and replace defective
cable to User interface 1.
Replace User interface 2 if no
error is found
E3: Emergency button pushed in E3: Emergency button pushed in E3: Emergency button pushed in E3: Emergency button pushed in E3: Emergency button pushed in
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E3 is set when the Standard box records that there is no voltage on connection P7.6 in Standard box.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Stop button pushed in
- Emergency stop chain is broken or shorted to ground
- Defective User interface
- Contact resistance in connections
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1. Error code headline 1. Error code headline 1. Error code headline 1. Error code headline 1. Error code headline
Gives information about error code number, compo-
nent and signal status
2. 2. 2. 2. 2. Condition Condition Condition Condition Condition
Gives information under which conditions that
SPACE sets an error code.
3. 3. 3. 3. 3. Error reasons Error reasons Error reasons Error reasons Error reasons
Gives information about possible error reasons. The
most likely is placed first.
4. Rectangle 4. Rectangle 4. Rectangle 4. Rectangle 4. Rectangle
A rectangle gives information about what to check,
disconnect, measure etc.
5. C 5. C 5. C 5. C 5. Circle with a number ircle with a number ircle with a number ircle with a number ircle with a number
A picture on the opposite page with the same
number shows exactly where to measure in boxes
etc.
6. Thick 6. Thick 6. Thick 6. Thick 6. Thick arrow arrow arrow arrow arrow
A thick arrow shows the flow if measuring values etc.
are correct in the square.
Some troubleshootings will be continued on next
page.
7. Broken 7. Broken 7. Broken 7. Broken 7. Broken line arrow line arrow line arrow line arrow line arrow
A broken line arrow shows the flow if measuring
values etc. are incorrect in the square.
8. Rectangle with rounded corners 8. Rectangle with rounded corners 8. Rectangle with rounded corners 8. Rectangle with rounded corners 8. Rectangle with rounded corners
A rectangle with rounded corners gives information
about what action that has to be taken.
9. Thin 9. Thin 9. Thin 9. Thin 9. Thin arrow arrow arrow arrow arrow
A thin arrow shows the flow when an action has been
taken and the error is corrected.
10. H 10. H 10. H 10. H 10. Hexagon exagon exagon exagon exagon
The hexagon is the end of the troubleshooting.
Check crane according to 6 Final check of crane in
section 4.1 Troubleshooting organization.
Description of troubleshooting Description of troubleshooting Description of troubleshooting Description of troubleshooting Description of troubleshooting
charts charts charts charts charts
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Finish
Voltage is below 16,0 V.
Check fuse holder for oxidation
Standard box
Test for min. 16,0 V between
P10.1 and P10.2
Standard box
Remove fuse.
Test for min. 16,0 V in fuse holder
Replace fuse
Voltage is below 16,0 V.
Rectify power supply problem on
truck
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E0 is set when the Standard box records a supply voltage below 16,0 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Vehicle battery voltage too low
- Contact resistance in connections or fuse holder
E0: Supply voltage to Standard box too low E0: Supply voltage to Standard box too low E0: Supply voltage to Standard box too low E0: Supply voltage to Standard box too low E0: Supply voltage to Standard box too low
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P10.1
P10.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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Standard box
Disconnect wire from P2.2.
Clear errors
Check if E1 is still active.
Connect wire to P2.2
Standard box
Disconnect wire from P1.2.
Clear errors.
Check if E1 is still active.
Connect wire to P1.2
To be continued on next page
E2 is not active
Replace spool sensor no.
1-4 (P1)
E2 is not active
Replace spool sensor no.
5-6 (P2)
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E1 is set when the Standard box records that voltage to sensors (connection P1, P2, P4 or P6 ) is below 15,0 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Voltage wire to a sensor shorted to ground
- Defective spool sensor
- Defective indicator on control platform
- Defective slewing sector indicator
E1: V E1: V E1: V E1: V E1: Voltage feed to sensors too low oltage feed to sensors too low oltage feed to sensors too low oltage feed to sensors too low oltage feed to sensors too low
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P1.2
P2.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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4
E1: V E1: V E1: V E1: V E1: Voltage feed to sensors too low oltage feed to sensors too low oltage feed to sensors too low oltage feed to sensors too low oltage feed to sensors too low
Finish
Standard box
Disconnect wire from P4.2.
Clear errors
Check if E1 is still active.
Connect wire to P4.2
Disconnect slewing sector indica-
tors one by one from connection
box.
Clear errors before disconnecting
the next sensor.
Check if E1 is active.
Connect cables to connecton box
E1 is not active.
Disconnect control platform
sensor.
Clear errors.
Check if E1 is still active.
Replace cable if E1 is active.
Replace sensor if E1 is not
active
E1 is not active.
Replace defective slewing
sector sensor.
Replace cable between
Standard box P6 and slewing
sensors if E1 is still active
when all slewing sectors are
disconnected
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E2: V E2: V E2: V E2: V E2: Voltage feed to dump valve too low oltage feed to dump valve too low oltage feed to dump valve too low oltage feed to dump valve too low oltage feed to dump valve too low
Disconnect dump valve.
Check if E2 is active.
Connect dump valve
E2 is not active.
Replace dump valve.
E2 is active.
Check if P9.2 in Standard box is
shorted to ground.
Replace cable to dump valve if
no eror is found
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E2 is set when the Standard box records that voltage to dump valve is below 15,0 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Voltage wire to dump valve shorted to ground
- Contact resistance in connections
- Defective dump valve
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P 9.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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User interface 1
Disconnect wire from P2.5.
Test for min. 15,0 V between P2.5
and P2.6
Connect wire to P2.5
User interface 2
Disconnect wire/strapping from
P2.5
Test for min. 15,0 V between P2.5
and P2.6.
Connect wire/strapping to P2.5
To be continued on next page
Make sure that stop buttons are
not pushed in
Voltage is below 15,0 V.
Check and replace defective
cable to Standard box.
Replace User interface 1 if no
error is found
Voltage is below 15,0 V.
Check and replace defective
cable to User interface 1.
Replace User interface 2 if no
error is found
E3: Emergency button pushed in E3: Emergency button pushed in E3: Emergency button pushed in E3: Emergency button pushed in E3: Emergency button pushed in
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E3 is set when the Standard box records that there is no voltage on connection P7.6 in Standard box.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Stop button pushed in
- Emergency stop chain is broken or shorted to ground
- Defective User interface
- Contact resistance in connections
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P2.5
P2.6
P2.5
P2.6
Location Location Location Location Location
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Extended box (if present)
Disconnect strapping from P7.5.
Test for min. 16,0 V between P7.5
and P7.6.
Connect strapping to P7.5
Finish
User interface 3 (if present)
Disconnect wire/strapping from
P2.5.
Test for min. 15,0 V between P2.5
and P2.6.
Connect wire/strapping to P2.5
Voltage is below 15,0 V.
Check and replace defective
cable to User interface 2.
Replace User interface 3 if no
error is found
Voltage is below 15,0 V.
Check and replace defective
cable to User interface 3
Replace Extended box if no
error is found
E3: Emergency button pushed in E3: Emergency button pushed in E3: Emergency button pushed in E3: Emergency button pushed in E3: Emergency button pushed in
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P2.5
P2.6
P7.6
P7.5
Location Location Location Location Location
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Disconnect dump valve.
Mesure resistance in dump valve.
Should be 20-100 .
Connect dump valve
Standard box
Disconnect wire from P9.2.
Measure resistance between the
wire and P9.1
Should be 20-100 .
Connect wire to P9.2.
Resistance is incorrect.
Replace dump valve
Resistance is incorrect.
Replace cable to dump valve
E4: Error in dump valve circuit E4: Error in dump valve circuit E4: Error in dump valve circuit E4: Error in dump valve circuit E4: Error in dump valve circuit
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E4 is set when the Standard box records dump valve to be disconnected or active when it should not be.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Interruption in ground cable and/or voltage cable between Standard box and dump valve
- Defective dump valve
- Contact resistance in connections
- Dump valve relay in Standard box is jammed
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P9.1
1
9.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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User interface 1
Push in the emergency stop.
Disconnect wire from P2.6.
Test for max. 1,0 V between P1.1
and P1.6
Connect wire to P2.6.
Pull out the emergency stop
User interface 2
Push in the emergency stop.
Disconnect wire/strapping from
P2.6
Test for max. 1,0 V between P1.1
and P1.6.
Connect wire/strapping to P2.6.
Pull out the emergency stop
To be continued on next page
Voltage is above 1,0 V.
Check and replace defective
cable to Standard box.
Replace User interface 1 if no
error is found
Voltage is above 1,0 V.
Check and replace defective
cable to User interface 1
Replace User interface 2 if no
error is found
E5: Error in emergency chain E5: Error in emergency chain E5: Error in emergency chain E5: Error in emergency chain E5: Error in emergency chain
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E5 is set when the Standard box records that one of the emergency buttons is pushed in and there still is voltage
on connection P7.6 in Standard box.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Emergency stop chain is shorted to voltage
- Defective User interface
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P2.6 P1.6 P1.1 P2.6 P1.6 P1.1
Location Location Location Location Location
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User interface 3 (if present)
Push in the emergency stop.
Disconnect wire/strapping from
P2.6.
Test for max. 1,0 V between P1.1
and P1.6.
Connect wire/strapping to P2.6.
Pull out the emergency stop
Extended box (if present)
Push in one emergency stop.
Disconnect strapping from P7.5.
Test for max. 1,0 V between P7.5
and P7.6.
Connect strapping to P7.5
Pull out the emergency stop
Voltage is above 1,0 V.
Check and replace defective
cable to User interface 1
Replace User interface 3 if no
error is found
Voltage is above 1,0 V.
Check and repalce defective
cable to User interface.
Replace E xtended box if no
error is found
E5: Error in emergency chain E5: Error in emergency chain E5: Error in emergency chain E5: Error in emergency chain E5: Error in emergency chain
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P2.6 P1.6 P1.1
P7.6
P7.5
Location Location Location Location Location
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Column box
Disconnect wire from P4.1.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Connect wire to P4.1
Column box
Disconnect wire from P1.2.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Connect wire to P1.2
To be continued on next page
E6 is active.
Check if P5.2 in Standard box is
shorted to ground.
Replace cable to Column box if
no error is found
E6 is not active.
Disconnect pressure sensor,
inner boom.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Replace cable if E6 is active.
Replace sensor if E6 is not
active
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E6 is set when the Standard box records voltage to Column box being below 15,0 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Voltage cable to a boom sensor shorted to ground
- Defective pressure sensor
- Defective tilt indicator
- Defective winch sensor
- Defective hydraulic in indicator
- Defective fixed platform angle sensor
- Defective connection box
E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low
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P1.2
P4.1
Location Location Location Location Location
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Column box
Disconnect wire from P4.3.
Clear errors
Check if E6 is still active.
Connect wire to P4.3
Column box
Disconnect wire from P4.5.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Connect wire to P4.5
To be continued on next page
E6 is not active.
Disconnect pressure sensor,
outer boom.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Replace cable if E6 is active.
Replace sensor if E6 is not
active
E6 is not active.
Disconnect tilt indicator, outer
boom.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Replace cable if E6 is active.
Replace indicator if E6 is not
active
E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low
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P4.5 P4.3
Location Location Location Location Location
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Column box
Disconnect wire from P4.7.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Connect wire to P4.7
E6 is not active.
Disconnect tilt indicator, inner
boom.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Replace cable if E6 is active.
Replace tilt indicator if E6 is
not active
To be continued on next page
E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low
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P4.7
Location Location Location Location Location
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Column box
Disconnect wire from P2.2.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Connect wire to P2.2
E6 is not active.
Disconnect wire from P1.2 in
winch box.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Connect wire to P1.2
E6 is still active.
Replace cable betwen winch
box and Column box
E6 is not active.
Disconnect voltage supply
from P2.2 and winch indicators
one by one form P2.2, 3.2, 4.2
and 5.2 in winch box.
Clear errors before
disconnecting next indicator.
Check if E6 is still active.
E6 is not active.
Error cables to (Rotzler)
connection box, connection box or
indicator.
Troubleshoot according to
Crane Info 15.
E6 is still active.
Replace winch box
To be continued on next page
E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low
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P2.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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Column box
Disconnect wire from P2.5.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Connect wire to P2.5
E6 is not active.
Disconnect outer boom fixed
platform angle indicator.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Replace cable if E6 is active.
Replace indicator if E6 is not
active
E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low
To be continued on next page
Column box
Disconnect wire from P3.2.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Connect wire to P3.2
E6 is not active.
Disconnect inner boom fixed
platform angle indicator.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Replace cable if E6 is active.
Replace indicator if E6 is not
active
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P2.5
P3.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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E6 is not active.
Disconnect hydraulic extension
in indicator..
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Replace cable if E6 is active.
Replace indicator if E6 is not
active
E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low E6: Supply voltage to Column box too low
Column box
Disconnect wire from P3.5.
Clear errors.
Check if E6 is still active.
Connect wire to P3.5
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P3.5
Location Location Location Location Location
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Connect terminal/handheld
computer.
Switch system off and on again
Check if E7 is still active by
looking at the display in standard
box
E7 is active.
Error is in terminal/handheld
computer, interface or in
connection cables.
Disconnect terminal/handheld
computer.
Switch system off and on again
Check if E7 is still active by
looking at the display in standard
box
E7 is active.
Check that wires connected to
P3 are properly fixed and that
there is no dirt in terminal
connector.
Replace cable if no error is
found
E7: Supply voltage to terminal too low E7: Supply voltage to terminal too low E7: Supply voltage to terminal too low E7: Supply voltage to terminal too low E7: Supply voltage to terminal too low
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E7 is set when the Standard box records voltage to the terminal being below 15,0 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Voltage cable to terminal shorted to ground
- Error in terminal/handheld computer, interface or in connection cables
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3
E8 is active.
Replace Standard box
E8 is active.
Replace cable to Standard box
Finish
Standard box
Disconnect wire from P7.3 and
P7.4.
Clear errors.
Check if E8 is still active.
Connect wires to P7.3 and P7.4
User interface 1
Disconnect wire from P1.3 and
P1.4.
Clear errors.
Check if E8 is still active.
Connect wires to P1.3 and P1.4
E8 is active.
Replace User interface 1
To be continued on next page
User interface 1
Disconnect wire from P2.3 and
P2.4.
Clear errors.
Check if E8 is still active.
Connect wires to P2.3 and P2.4
E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E8 is set when the Standard box records voltage in CAN-bus being below 4,0 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Contact resistance in connections
- Defective CAN-cable.
- Defective User interface, Standard box or Extended box
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3
P7.4
P7.3
P1.3
P1.4
P2.3
P2.4
Location Location Location Location Location
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6
E8 is active.
Replace cable to User interface
1
E8 is active.
Replace User interface 2
Finish
User interface 2
Disconnect wire from P1.3 and
P1.4.
Clear errors.
Check if E8 is still active.
Connect wires to P1.3 and P1.4
User interface 2
Disconnect wire from P2.3 and
P2.4.
Clear errors.
Check if E8 is still active.
Connect wires to P2.3 and P2.4
E8 is active.
Replace cable to User interface
2
To be continued on next page
User interface 3 (if present)
Disconnect wire from P1.3 and
P1.4.
Clear errors.
Check if E8 is still active.
Connect wires to P1.3 and P1.4
E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low
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P1.3
P1.4
6
P1.3
P1.4
P2.3
P2.4
Location Location Location Location Location
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User interface 3 (if present)
Disconnect wire from P2.3 and
P2.4.
Clear errors.
Check if E8 is still active.
Connect wires to P2.3 and P2.4
Extended box (if present)
Disconnect wire from P6.3 and
P6.4.
Clear errors.
Check if E8 is still active.
Connect wires to P6.3 and P6.4
E8 is active.
Replace User interface 3
E8 is active.
Replace cable to User interface.
E8 is not active.
Replace Extended box
E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low E8: Supply voltage to CAN-bus too low
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P2.3
P2.4
P6.3
P6.4
Location Location Location Location Location
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Standard box
Test for min. 16,0 V between
P10.1 and P10.2
Disconnect horn.
Check if E9 is active.
Connect horn.
Voltage is below 16,0 V.
Check voltage supply from
vehicle to Standard box
according to E0
E9 is not active.
Replace horn.
E9 is active.
Check if P8.2 in Standard box is
shorted to ground.
Replace cable to horn if no error
is found
E9: V E9: V E9: V E9: V E9: Voltage feed to horn too low oltage feed to horn too low oltage feed to horn too low oltage feed to horn too low oltage feed to horn too low
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E9 is set when the Standard box records that voltage to horn is below 15,0 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Voltage cable to horn shorted to ground
- Vehicle battery voltage too low
- Defective horn
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P10.1
P10.2
P8.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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Should Extended box be present in
the system?
Extended box
Check that wires connected to P6
are properly fixed
User interface 2
Check that wires connected to P2
are properly fixed
To be continued on next page
No.
Set parameters correctly
Wires are not fixed.
Connect wires
Wires are not fixed.
Connect wires
E10: Extended box error E10: Extended box error E10: Extended box error E10: Extended box error E10: Extended box error
Condition:
E10 is set when channel 6, 7, 17, 18, 23 or 24 are set but the Standard box does not receive any CAN protocol
from the Extended box.
Error reasons:
- Wrong channel parameter settings (channel 6, 7, 17, 18, 23 or 24 is expected from Extended box)
- Interruption in CAN, voltage or ground wires between Extended box and User interface 2
- Contact resistance in connections
- Defective Extended box
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P6
P2
Location Location Location Location Location
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Check if cable between P6 in
Extended box and P2 in User
interface 2 is broken.
Disconnect connections at both
ends of the cable and measure
resistance in all wires
Resistance should be approx. 0
Resistance is incorrect.
Replace cable between
Extended box and User
interface 2.
Resistance is correct.
Replace Extended box
E10: Extended box error E10: Extended box error E10: Extended box error E10: Extended box error E10: Extended box error
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Clear errors.
Run system
Errors will not clear.
Replace Standard box
Turn off system and start again
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E11, E20, E27, E28, E29 or E30 is set when the Standard box records an internal problem in processor or
programme.
Error reason: Error reason: Error reason: Error reason: Error reason:
- Error in processor or programme
E1 E1 E1 E1 E11, E20, E27, E28, E29, E30: Internal error 1, E20, E27, E28, E29, E30: Internal error 1, E20, E27, E28, E29, E30: Internal error 1, E20, E27, E28, E29, E30: Internal error 1, E20, E27, E28, E29, E30: Internal error
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Standard box
Check that wires connected to
P1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6 are
properly fixed
Wires are not fixed.
Connect wires
Clear errors.
Run system
Errors will not clear.
Replace spool sensor
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E12, E13, E14 or E15 is set when the Standard box records a signal from one of the spool sensors which is
below 0,3 V or above 4,7 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Interruption in signal, ground or voltage wire
- Signal or voltage wire shorted to ground
- Signal wire shorted to voltage
- Defective sensor
- Contact resistance in connections
E12, E13, E14, E15: Spool sensor signal too low or E12, E13, E14, E15: Spool sensor signal too low or E12, E13, E14, E15: Spool sensor signal too low or E12, E13, E14, E15: Spool sensor signal too low or E12, E13, E14, E15: Spool sensor signal too low or
too high too high too high too high too high
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P1.1
P1.2
P1.3
P1.4
P1.5
P1.6
Location Location Location Location Location
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Wires are not fixed.
Connect wires
Standard box
Check that wires connected to
P2.1, 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4 are properly
fixed
Clear errors.
Run system
Errors will not clear.
Replace spool sensor
E16, E17: Spool sensor signal too low or too high E16, E17: Spool sensor signal too low or too high E16, E17: Spool sensor signal too low or too high E16, E17: Spool sensor signal too low or too high E16, E17: Spool sensor signal too low or too high
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E16 or E17 is set when the Standard box records a signal from one of the spool sensors which is below 0,3 V or
above 4,7 V.
E16: Spool sensor 5 (P2.3)
E17: Spool sensor 6 (P2.4)
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Interruption in signal, ground or voltage wire
- Signal or voltage wire shorted to ground
- Signal wire shorted to voltage
- Defective sensor
- Contact resistance in connections
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P2.1
P2.3
P2.2
P2.4
Location Location Location Location Location
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Wires are not fixed.
Connect wires
Extended box
Check that wires connected to
P5.1, 5.2, 5.3 and 5.4 are properly
fixed
Clear errors.
Run system
Errors will not clear.
Replace spool sensor
E18, E19: Spool sensor signal too low or too high E18, E19: Spool sensor signal too low or too high E18, E19: Spool sensor signal too low or too high E18, E19: Spool sensor signal too low or too high E18, E19: Spool sensor signal too low or too high
Condition:
E18 or E19 is set when the Standard box records a signal from one of the spool sensors which is below 0,3 V
or above 4,7 V.
E18: Spool sensor 7 (P5.3 in extension box)
E19: Spool sensor 8 (P5.4 in extension box)
Error reasons:
- Interruption in signal, ground or voltage wire
- Signal or voltage wire shorted to ground
- Signal wire shorted to voltage
- Defective sensor
- Contact resistance in connections
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P5.2
P5.3
P5.4 P5.1
Location Location Location Location Location
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Finish
E6 is set.
Check voltage supply to Column
box according to E6
Check if E6 is set
Disconnect angle indicator.
Test for min. 14,5 V.
Connect tilt indicator
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
angle indicator
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
cable to tilt indicator
Column box
Disconnect wire from P3.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P3.2 and P3.3.
Connect cable to P3.2
To be continued on next page
E20: Inner boom fixed platform angle indicator E20: Inner boom fixed platform angle indicator E20: Inner boom fixed platform angle indicator E20: Inner boom fixed platform angle indicator E20: Inner boom fixed platform angle indicator, ,, ,,
signal too low or too high signal too low or too high signal too low or too high signal too low or too high signal too low or too high
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E20 is set when the Standard box records a signal from inner boom fixed platform angle indicator, which is
below 0,3 V or above 4,7 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Interruption in signal or voltage wire
- Signal or voltage wire shorted to ground
- Signal wire shorted to voltage
- Defective indicator
- Contact resistance in connections
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P3.2
P3.3
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Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
Column box
Column box
Disconnect wire from P1.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
the wire and P1.8.
Connect wire to P1.2
Standard box
Disconnect wire from P5.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P5.2 and P5.8.
Connect wire to P5.2
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
cable to Column box
E20: Inner boom fixed platform angle indicator E20: Inner boom fixed platform angle indicator E20: Inner boom fixed platform angle indicator E20: Inner boom fixed platform angle indicator E20: Inner boom fixed platform angle indicator, ,, ,,
signal too low or too high signal too low or too high signal too low or too high signal too low or too high signal too low or too high
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P5.2
P5.8
3
P1.2
P1.8
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E6 is set.
Check voltage supply to
Column box according to E6
Winch box
Disconnect wire from P1.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
the wire and P1.3.
Connect wire to P1.2
Check if E6 is set
V VV VVoltage is min. 14,5 V oltage is min. 14,5 V oltage is min. 14,5 V oltage is min. 14,5 V oltage is min. 14,5 V. .. ..
Replace winch box Replace winch box Replace winch box Replace winch box Replace winch box
To be continued on next page
E21: Winch box, signal too low or too high E21: Winch box, signal too low or too high E21: Winch box, signal too low or too high E21: Winch box, signal too low or too high E21: Winch box, signal too low or too high
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E21 is set when the Standard box records a signal from a winch box which is below 0,3 V or above 4,7 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Interruption in signal or voltage wire
- Signal or voltage wire shorted to ground
- Signal wire shorted to voltage
- Contact resistance in connections
Voltage is min. 14,5 V.
Replace cable to winch box
Column box
Disconnect wire from P2.2
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P2.2 and 2.3.
Connect wire to P2.2
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1.2
P1.3
2
P2.3
P2.2
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Voltage is min. 14,5 V.
Replace cable to Column box
Column box
Disconnect wire from P1.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
the wire and P1.7.
Connect wire to P1.2
Standard box
Disconnect wire from P5.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P5.2 and P5.7.
Connect wire to P5.2
Voltage is min. 14,5 V.
Replace Column box
E21: Winch box, signal too low or too high E21: Winch box, signal too low or too high E21: Winch box, signal too low or too high E21: Winch box, signal too low or too high E21: Winch box, signal too low or too high
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4
P5.2
P5.7
3
P1.7
1.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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E6 is set.
Check voltage supply to Column
box according to E6
Check if E6 is set
Disconnect tilt indicator.
Test for min. 14,5 V.
Connect tilt indicator
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
tilt indicator
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
cable to tilt indicator
Column box
Disconnect wire from P4.7.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P4.7 and 4.8.
Connect wire to P4.7
To be continued on next page
E22: Inner boom tilt indicator E22: Inner boom tilt indicator E22: Inner boom tilt indicator E22: Inner boom tilt indicator E22: Inner boom tilt indicator, signal too low or , signal too low or , signal too low or , signal too low or , signal too low or
too high too high too high too high too high
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E22 is set when the Standard box records a signal from tilt indicator, inner boom which is below 0,3 V or above
4,7 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Interruption in signal or voltage wire
- Signal or voltage wire shorted to ground
- Signal wire shorted to voltage
- Defective indicator
- Contact resistance in connections
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P4.7
Location Location Location Location Location
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Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
Column box
Column box
Disconnect cable from P1.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
the wire and P1.6.
Connect wire to P1.2
Standard box
Disconnect wire from P5.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P5.2 and P5.6.
Connect wire to P5.2
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
cable to Column box
E22: Inner boom tilt indicator E22: Inner boom tilt indicator E22: Inner boom tilt indicator E22: Inner boom tilt indicator E22: Inner boom tilt indicator, signal too low or , signal too low or , signal too low or , signal too low or , signal too low or
too high too high too high too high too high
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4
P5.2
P5.8
3
1.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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E6 is set.
Check voltage supply to Column
box according to E6
Check if E6 is set
Disconnect tilt indicator.
Test for min. 14,5 V.
Connect tilt indicator
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
tilt indicator
E23: Outer boom tilt indicator E23: Outer boom tilt indicator E23: Outer boom tilt indicator E23: Outer boom tilt indicator E23: Outer boom tilt indicator, signal too low or , signal too low or , signal too low or , signal too low or , signal too low or
too high too high too high too high too high
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
cable to tilt indicator
Column box
Disconnect wire from P4.5.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P4.5 and P4.6.
Connect wire to P4.5
To be continued on next page
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E23 is set when the Standard box records a signal from outer boom tilt indicator which is below 0,3 V or above
4,7 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Interruption in signal or voltage wire
- Signal or voltage wire shorted to ground
- Signal wire shorted to voltage
- Defective indicator
- Contact resistance in connections
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P4.6
P4.5
Location Location Location Location Location
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Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
Column box
Column box
Disconnect wire from P1.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
the wire and P1.5.
Connect wire to P1.2
Standard box
Disconnect wire from P5.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P5.2 and P5.5.
Connect wire to P5.2
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
cable to Column box
E23: Outer boom tilt indicator E23: Outer boom tilt indicator E23: Outer boom tilt indicator E23: Outer boom tilt indicator E23: Outer boom tilt indicator, signal too low or , signal too low or , signal too low or , signal too low or , signal too low or
too high too high too high too high too high
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4
P5.2
P5.5
3
1.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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E6 is set.
Check voltage supply to Column
box according to E6
Check if E6 is set
Disconnect pressure sensor.
Test for min. 14,5 V.
Connect pressure sensor
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
pressure sensor
E24: Outer boom pressure sensor E24: Outer boom pressure sensor E24: Outer boom pressure sensor E24: Outer boom pressure sensor E24: Outer boom pressure sensor, signal too low , signal too low , signal too low , signal too low , signal too low
or too high or too high or too high or too high or too high
Column box
Disconnect wire from P4.3.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P4.3 and P4.4.
Connect wire to P4.3
To be continued on next page
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
cable to pressure sensor
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E24 is set when the Standard box records a signal from outer boom pressure sensor which is below 0,3 V or
above 4,7 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Interruption in signal or voltage wire
- Signal or voltage wire shorted to ground
- Signal wire shorted to voltage
- Defective sensor
- Contact resistance in connections
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P4.3
P4.4
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Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
Column box
Column box
Disconnect wire from P1.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
the wire and P1.4.
Connect wire to P1.2
Standard box
Disconnect wire from P5.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P5.2 and P5.4.
Connect wire to P5.2
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
cable to Column box
E24: Outer boom pressure sensor E24: Outer boom pressure sensor E24: Outer boom pressure sensor E24: Outer boom pressure sensor E24: Outer boom pressure sensor, signal too low , signal too low , signal too low , signal too low , signal too low
or too high or too high or too high or too high or too high
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1.2
4
P5.2
P5.4
3
Location Location Location Location Location
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E6 is set.
Check voltage supply to Column
box according to E6
Check if E6 is set
Disconnect pressure sensor.
Test for min. 14,5 V.
Connect pressure sensor
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
pressure sensor
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
cable to pressure sensor
Column box
Disconnect wire from P4.1.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P4.1 and P4.2.
Connect wire to P4.1
To be continued on next page
E25: Inner boom pressure sensor E25: Inner boom pressure sensor E25: Inner boom pressure sensor E25: Inner boom pressure sensor E25: Inner boom pressure sensor, signal too low , signal too low , signal too low , signal too low , signal too low
or too high or too high or too high or too high or too high
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E25 is set when the Standard box records a signal from inner boom pressure sensor which is below 0,3 V or
above 4,7 V.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Interruption in signal or voltage wire
- Signal or voltage wire shorted to ground
- Signal wire shorted to voltage
- Defective sensor
- Contact resistance in connections
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P4.2
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Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
Column box
Column box
Disconnect wire from P1.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
the wire and P1.3.
Connect wire to P1.2
Standard box
Disconnect wire from P5.2.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P5.2 and P5.3.
Connect wire to P5.2
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
cable to Column box
E25: Inner boom pressure sensor E25: Inner boom pressure sensor E25: Inner boom pressure sensor E25: Inner boom pressure sensor E25: Inner boom pressure sensor, signal too low , signal too low , signal too low , signal too low , signal too low
or too high or too high or too high or too high or too high
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4
P5.2
P5.3
P1.3
3
Location Location Location Location Location
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Sector plate is defective/loose.
Adjust/replace sector plate
Check that sector plate is not
defective or loose
Standard box
Check that wires connected to
P6.1, 6.2, 6.3 and 6.4 are properly
fixed
Wires are not fixed.
Connect wires
Clear errors.
Run system
Errors will not clear.
Replace slewing sensors
E31: Slewing sector 1, faulty signal E31: Slewing sector 1, faulty signal E31: Slewing sector 1, faulty signal E31: Slewing sector 1, faulty signal E31: Slewing sector 1, faulty signal
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E31 is set when the Standard box records that the signals from the two sensors in slewing sector 1 stop at the
same time. The Standard box will not know from which direction the crane moves into the slewing sector.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Defective or loose sector plates
- Interruption in signal, ground or voltage wires to both slewing sensors
- Signal wires from slewing sensors shorted to each other
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P6.2 P6.4
Location Location Location Location Location
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Sector plate is defective/loose.
Adjust/replace sector plate
Check that sector plate is not
defective or loose
Standard box
Check that wires connected to
P6.1, 6.2, 6.5 and 6.6 are properly
fixed
Wires are not fixed.
Connect wires
E32: Slewing sector 2, faulty signal E32: Slewing sector 2, faulty signal E32: Slewing sector 2, faulty signal E32: Slewing sector 2, faulty signal E32: Slewing sector 2, faulty signal
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E32 is set when the Standard box records that the signals from the two sensors in slewing sector 2 stop at the
same time. The Standard box will not know from which direction the crane moves into the slewing sector.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Defective or loose sector plates
- Interruption in signal, ground or voltage wires to both slewing sensors
- Signal wires from slewing sensors shorted to each other
Clear errors.
Run system
Errors will not clear.
Replace slewing sensors
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P6.2 P6.6
Location Location Location Location Location
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Sector plate is defective/loose.
Adjust/replace sector plate
Check that sector plate is not
defective or loose
Extended box
Check that wires to slewing
sensors are properly fixed
Wires are not fixed.
Connect wires
Clear errors.
Run system
Errors will not clear.
Replace slewing sensors
E33: Slewing sector 3, faulty signal E33: Slewing sector 3, faulty signal E33: Slewing sector 3, faulty signal E33: Slewing sector 3, faulty signal E33: Slewing sector 3, faulty signal
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E33 is set when the Standard box records that the signals from the two sensors in slewing sector 3 stop at the
same time. The Standard box will not know from which direction the crane moves into the slewing sector.
Sensors for slewing sector 3 are connected to undefined plinths in Extended box.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Defective or loose sector plates
- Interruption in signal, ground or voltage wires to both slewing sensors
- Signal wires from slewing sensors shorted to each other
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Adjust indicator according to
Crane Info 15
The error is probably in the circuit
for the indicator which is not
mechanically activated. Make sure
that indicator is correctly
fitted/adjusted
Winch box
Disconnect not indicator
activated indicator
from P3.3 or P4.3
Check if E34 is still active.
Connect indicator
E34 is not active.
Replace winch box
E34 is not active.
Error in cables to (Rotzler)
connection box, connection box
or indicator.
Troubleshoot according to
Crane Info 15
Winch box
Disconnect wire from P1.3
Check if E34 is still active
Connect wire to P1.3
E34: Winch, indicator error E34: Winch, indicator error E34: Winch, indicator error E34: Winch, indicator error E34: Winch, indicator error
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E34 is set when the Standard box receives signals implying that both indicator WTOP (hook at top position) and
indicator WEND (three turns left) are active.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Interruption in voltage or signal wire
- Defective indicator
- Contact resistance in connections
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P1.3
P3.3 P4.3
Location Location Location Location Location
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E35 is active.
If message is
Checksum" the error may
appear if voltage to standard
box is broken during setting of
a parameter.
Try again to initialise the same
parameters as when the error
occured
Turn system off and on again.
Clear errors.
Run system.
Check if E35 is active
E35 is active.
Read error message on
terminal, at top of main menu.
Initialize system if message is
Uninitialized
E35 is active.
Change current parameter if
message is Out of range.
Turn system off and on again.
Clear errors.
Run system.
Replace Standard box if E35
is still active
E35: Standard box, parameter error E35: Standard box, parameter error E35: Standard box, parameter error E35: Standard box, parameter error E35: Standard box, parameter error
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E35 is set when the Standard box records incorrect parameter values.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Incorrect parameter values have been programmed
- Voltage was turned off during setting of parameters
- Parameters have not been initialised (e.g. new Standard box has been mounted)
- Defective Standard box
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Levers are correct adjusted.
Calibrate spool sensors
according to section Terminal
Make sure that levers are correct
adjusted, run smoothly and return
to neutral
E36: Levers not centered at start up E36: Levers not centered at start up E36: Levers not centered at start up E36: Levers not centered at start up E36: Levers not centered at start up
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E36 is set when the Standard box records a lever not centered when the system is switched ON or when the a
stop button is pulled out.
Error reason: Error reason: Error reason: Error reason: Error reason:
- Something is acting on the control levers
- Control levers stick and do not return to neutral
- Spool sensors incorrectly calibrated
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Replace pressure sensor
E37: Inner boom pressure sensor E37: Inner boom pressure sensor E37: Inner boom pressure sensor E37: Inner boom pressure sensor E37: Inner boom pressure sensor, faulty signal , faulty signal , faulty signal , faulty signal , faulty signal
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E37 is set when the Standard box records no change in signal from inner boom pressure sensor after 30 minutes
seconds of inner boom operation at a speed above 50%.
Error reason: Error reason: Error reason: Error reason: Error reason:
- Defective sensor
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Replace pressure sensor
E38: Outer boom pressure sensor E38: Outer boom pressure sensor E38: Outer boom pressure sensor E38: Outer boom pressure sensor E38: Outer boom pressure sensor, faulty signal , faulty signal , faulty signal , faulty signal , faulty signal
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E38 is set when the Standard box records no change in signal from outer boom pressure sensor after 30 minutes
of outer boom operation at speed above 50%.
Error reason: Error reason: Error reason: Error reason: Error reason:
- Defective sensor
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E0 is set
Troubleshoot according to E0
Check if E0 is set
Identify User interface 1.
Check that jumper B1 is strapped
J umper B1 is not strapped.
Strap jumper B1
To be continued on next page
E39: User interface 1, error E39: User interface 1, error E39: User interface 1, error E39: User interface 1, error E39: User interface 1, error
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E39 is set when the Standard box is strapped so that User interface 1 should be present in the system, but the
Standard box does not receive any CAN-protocols from that User interface.
E39 is also set when voltage supply to User interface 1 is below 12,0 V or if there is a conflict in the emergency
stop chain.
User interface 1 is normally the cover on Standard box.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Vehicle battery voltage too low
- User interface 1 is incorrectly strapped
- Contact resistance in connections
- CAN or voltage wires between Standard box and User interface 1 are broken
- Wires to emergency stop on User interface 1 are incorrectly connected
- Defective User interface 1
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Voltage is below 12,0 V.
Replace cable to Standard box
User interface 1
Disconnect P2.2
Wait min 15 sec.
Test for min. 12,0 V between P1.1
and P1.2
User interface 1
Test for min. 12,0 V between
P2.1 and P2.2.
Connect P2.2
Voltage is below 12,0 V.
Replace User interface 1
Voltage is above 1,0 V.
Replace User interface 1
User interface 1
Push in emergency stop.
Disconnect wire from P2.5.
Test for max. 1,0 V between P2.1
and P2.5
Connect wire to P2.5.
Pull out emergency stop
To be continued on next page
E39: User interface 1, error E39: User interface 1, error E39: User interface 1, error E39: User interface 1, error E39: User interface 1, error
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P2.2 P1.1
P2.1
P2.2 P1.2
P2.1
P2.5
Location Location Location Location Location
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Resistance is incorrect.
Replace cable between User
interface 1 and Standard box
Resistance is correct.
Replace User interface 1
Check if cable between P1 in user
interface 1 and P7 in Standard box
is broken.
Disconnect connectors at both
ends of the cable and measure
resistance in all wires
Resistance should be approx. 0
E39: User interface 1, error E39: User interface 1, error E39: User interface 1, error E39: User interface 1, error E39: User interface 1, error
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E0 or E39 is set
Troubleshoot according to E0 or
E39.
Check if E0 or E39 is set
Identify User interface 2. rface 2. rface 2. rface 2. rface 2.
Check if jumper B2 is strapped Check if jumper B2 is strapped Check if jumper B2 is strapped Check if jumper B2 is strapped Check if jumper B2 is strapped
J umper B2 is not strapped.
Strap jumper B2
To be continued on next page
E40: User interface 2, error E40: User interface 2, error E40: User interface 2, error E40: User interface 2, error E40: User interface 2, error
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E40 is set when the Standard box is strapped so that User interface 2 should be present in the system, but the
Standard box does not receive any CAN-protocols from that User interface.
E40 is also set when voltage supply to User interface 2 is below 12,0 V or if there is a conflict in the emergency
stop chain.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Vehicle battery voltage too low
- User interface 2 is incorrectly strapped
- Contact resistance in connections
- CAN- or voltage wires between Standard box and User interface 2 is broken
- Wires to emergency stop on User interface 2 are incorrectly connected
- Defective User interface 2
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Voltage is below 12,0 V.
Replace cable to User interface
1
User interface 2
Disconnect P2.2
Wait min 15 sec.
Test for min. 12,0 V between P1.1
and P1.2
User interface 2
Test for min. 12,0 V between
P2.1 and P2.2.
Connect P2.2
Voltage is not min. 12,0 V.
Replace User interface 2
To be continued on next page
E40: User interface 2, error E40: User interface 2, error E40: User interface 2, error E40: User interface 2, error E40: User interface 2, error
User interface 2
Push in emergency stop.
Disconnect wire from P2.5.
Test for max. 1,0 V between P2.1
and P2.5
Connect wire to P2.5.
Pull out emergency stop
Voltage is above 1,0 V.
Replace User interface 2
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P2.2 P1.1
P2.1
P2.2 P1.2
P2.1
P2.5
Location Location Location Location Location
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Resistance is incorrect.
Replace cable between user
interface 1 and 2
Resistance is correct.
Replace User interface 2
Check if cable between P1 in User
interface 2 and P2 in User interface
1 is broken.
Disconnect connectors at both
ends of the cable and measure
resistance in all wires
Resistance should be approx. 0
E40: User interface 2, error E40: User interface 2, error E40: User interface 2, error E40: User interface 2, error E40: User interface 2, error
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E0, E39 or E40 is set
Troubleshoot according to E0,
E39 or E40
Check if E0, E39 or E40 is set
Identify User interface 3.
Check that jumper B3 is strapped
J umper B3 is not strapped.
Strap jumper B3
User interface 3 should not be
present in system
Unstrap jumper B3
Standard box
Should it be three User interfaces
in the system?
To be continued on next page
E41: User interface 3, error E41: User interface 3, error E41: User interface 3, error E41: User interface 3, error E41: User interface 3, error
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E41 is set when the Standard box is strapped so that User interface 3 should be present in the system, but the
Standard box does not receive any CAN-protocols from that User interface.
E41 is also set when voltage supply to User interface 3 is below 12,0 V or if there is a conflict in the emergency
stop chain.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Vehicle battery voltage too low
- Standard box is incorrectly strapped
- User interface 3 is incorrectly strapped
- Contact resistance in connections
- CAN- or voltage wires between Standard box and User interface 3 are broken
- Wires to emergency stop on User interface 3 are incorrectly connected
- Defective User interface 3
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2
1
Finish
Voltage is below 12,0 V.
Replace cable to User interface
2
User interface 3
Disconnect P2.2
Wait min 15 sec.
Test for min. 12,0 V between P1.1
and P1.2
User interface 3
Test for min. 12,0 V between
P2.1 and P2.2.
Connect P2.2
Voltage is below 12,0 V.
Replace User interface 3
To be continued on next page
E41: User interface 3, error E41: User interface 3, error E41: User interface 3, error E41: User interface 3, error E41: User interface 3, error
Voltage is above 1,0 V.
Replace User interface 3
User interface 3
Push in emergency stop.
Disconnect wire from P2.5.
Test for max. 1,0 V between P2.1
and P2.5
Connect wire to P2.5.
Pull out emergency stop
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3
P2.2 P1.1
P2.1
P2.2 P1.2
P2.1
P2.5
Location Location Location Location Location
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Resistance is incorrect.
Replace cable between user
interface 2 and 3
Resistance is correct.
Replace User interface 3
Check if cable between P1 in User
interface 3 and P2 in User interface
2 is broken.
Disconnect connectors at both
ends of the cable and measure
resistance in all wires.
Resistance should be approx. 0
E41: User interface 3, error E41: User interface 3, error E41: User interface 3, error E41: User interface 3, error E41: User interface 3, error
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E0, E39, E40 or E41 is set.
Troubleshoot according to E0,
E39, E40 or E41
Check if E0, E39, E40 or E41 is
set
Identify User interface 4.
Check that jumper B4 is strapped
J umper B4 is not strapped.
Strap jumper B4
User interface 4 should not be
present in system
Unstrap jumper B4
Standard box
Should it be four User interfaces in
the system?
To be continued on next page
E42: User interface 4, error E42: User interface 4, error E42: User interface 4, error E42: User interface 4, error E42: User interface 4, error
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E42 is set when the Standard box is strapped so that User interface 4 should be present in the system, but the
Standard box does not receive any CAN-protocols from that User interface.
E42 is also set when voltage supply to User interface 4 is below 12,0 V or if there is a conflict in the emergency
stop chain.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Vehicle battery voltage too low
- Standard box is incorrectly strapped
- User interface 4 is incorrectly strapped
- Contact resistance in connections
- CAN- or voltage wires between Standard box and User interface 4 are broken
- Wires to emergency stop on User interface 3 are incorrectly connected
- Defective User interface 4
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2
1
Finish
Voltage is below 12,0 V.
Replace cable to User interface
3
User interface 4
Disconnect P2.2
Wait min 15 sec.
Test for min. 12,0 V between P1.1
and P1.2
User interface 4
Test for min. 12,0 V between
P2.1 and P2.2.
Connect P2.2
Voltage is below 12,0 V.
Replace User interface 4
To be continued on next page
E42: User interface 4, error E42: User interface 4, error E42: User interface 4, error E42: User interface 4, error E42: User interface 4, error
Voltage is above 1,0 V.
Replace User interface 4
User interface 4
Push in emergency stop.
Disconnect wire from P2.5.
Test for max. 1,0 V between P2.1
and P2.5
Connect wire to P2.5.
Pull out emergency stop
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P2.2 P1.1
P2.1
P2.2 P1.2
P2.1
P2.5
Location Location Location Location Location
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Check if cable between P1 in User
interface 4 and P2 in User interface
3 is broken.
Disconnect connectors at both
ends of the cable and measure
resistance in all wires
Resistance should be approx. 0
Resistance is incorrect.
Replace cable between user
interface 3 and 4
Resistance is correct.
Replace User interface 4
E42: User interface 4, error E42: User interface 4, error E42: User interface 4, error E42: User interface 4, error E42: User interface 4, error
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Finish
E10 is set.
Check error in Extended box
according to E10
Check if E10 is set
Should ADS be present in the
system?
No.
Set parameters correctly
Resistance is incorrect.
Replace ADS valve
Disconnect ADS valve. Measure
resistance in ADS valve.
Should be 15-100 .
Connect ADS valve
To be continued on next page
E43: E43: E43: E43: E43: ADS valve error ADS valve error ADS valve error ADS valve error ADS valve error
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E43 is set when the ads_mode ads_mode ads_mode ads_mode ads_mode parameter is set but the Standard box does not receive any signal from
the ADS valve.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Wrong channel parameter setting
- Interruption in CAN, voltage or ground wires between Extended box and User interface 2
- Interruption in ground cable and/or voltage cable between Extended box and ADS valve
- Contact resistance in connections
- Defective ADS valve
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Resistance is incorrect.
Replace ADS valve
Extended box
Disconnect wire from P1.2
Measure resistance between the
wire and P1.1
Should be 20-100 .
Connect wire to P1.2
E43: E43: E43: E43: E43: ADS valve error ADS valve error ADS valve error ADS valve error ADS valve error
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P1.1
1.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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E10 is set.
Check error in Extended box
according to E10
Check if E10 is set
Should ADS be present in the
system?
No.
Set parameters correctly
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
pressure sensor 1
Disconnect pressure sensor 1.
Test for min. 14,5 V.
Connect pressure sensor 1
To be continued on next page
E44: E44: E44: E44: E44: ADS pressure sensor 1 error ADS pressure sensor 1 error ADS pressure sensor 1 error ADS pressure sensor 1 error ADS pressure sensor 1 error
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E43 is set when the ads_mode ads_mode ads_mode ads_mode ads_mode parameter is set but the Standard box does not receive any signal from
the ADS pressure sensor 1.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Wrong channel parameter setting
- Interruption in CAN, voltage or ground wires between Extended box and User interface 2
- Interruption in signal or voltage wire
- Signal or voltage wire shorted to ground
- Signal wire shorted to voltage
- Contact resistance in connections
- Defective ADS pressure sensor 1
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Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
cable to pressure sensor 1
Extended box
Disconnect wire from P2.1.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P2.1 and P2.2.
Connect wire to P2.1
E44: E44: E44: E44: E44: ADS pressure sensor 1 error ADS pressure sensor 1 error ADS pressure sensor 1 error ADS pressure sensor 1 error ADS pressure sensor 1 error
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P2.2
P2.1
Location Location Location Location Location
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E10 is set.
Check error in Extended box
according to E10
Check if E10 is set
Should ADS be present in the
system?
No.
Set parameters correctly
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
pressure sensor 2
Disconnect pressure sensor 2.
Test for min. 14,5 V.
Connect pressure sensor 2
To be continued on next page
E45: E45: E45: E45: E45: ADS pressure sensor 2 error ADS pressure sensor 2 error ADS pressure sensor 2 error ADS pressure sensor 2 error ADS pressure sensor 2 error
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E43 is set when the ads_mode ads_mode ads_mode ads_mode ads_mode parameter is set but the Standard box does not receive any signal from
the ADS pressure sensor 2.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Wrong channel parameter setting
- Interruption in CAN, voltage or ground wires between Extended box and User interface 2
- Interruption in signal or voltage wire
- Signal or voltage wire shorted to ground
- Signal wire shorted to voltage
- Contact resistance in connections
- Defective ADS pressure sensor 2
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Finish
Voltage is min. 14,5 V. Replace
cable to pressure sensor 2
Extended box
Disconnect wire from P3.1.
Test for min. 14,5 V between
P3.1 and P3.2.
Connect wire to P3.1
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P3.2
P3.1
Location Location Location Location Location
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E10 is set.
Check error in Extended box
according to E10
Check if E10 is set
No.
Set parameters correctly
Should MSC be present in the
system?
Resistance is incorrect.
Replace MSC valve
Disconnect MSC valve. Measure
resistance in MSC valve.
Should be 20-100 .
connect MSC valve
To be continued on next page
E46: MSC valve error E46: MSC valve error E46: MSC valve error E46: MSC valve error E46: MSC valve error
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E46 is set when the msc_mode msc_mode msc_mode msc_mode msc_mode parameter is set but the Standard box does not receive any signal from
the MSC valve.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Wrong channel parameter setting
- Interruption in CAN, voltage or ground wires between Extended box and User interface 2
- Interruption in ground cable and/or voltage cable between Extended box and MSC valve
- Contact resistance in connections
- Defective MSC valve
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Resistance is incorrect.
Replace cable to MSC valve
Extended box
Disconnect wire from P9.2.
Measure resistance between the
wire and P9.1
Should be 20-100 .
Connect wire to P9.2.
E46: MSC valve error E46: MSC valve error E46: MSC valve error E46: MSC valve error E46: MSC valve error
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P9.1
9.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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Resistance is incorrect.
Replace dump 2 valve
Disconnect dump 2 valve.
Measure resistance in dump 2
valve.
Should be 20-100 .
Connect dump 2 valve
Resistance is incorrect.
Replace cable to dump 2 valve
Extended box
Disconnect wire from P8.2.
Measure resistance between the
wire and P8.1
Should be 20-100 .
Connect wire to P8.2.
E47: Dump 2 valve error E47: Dump 2 valve error E47: Dump 2 valve error E47: Dump 2 valve error E47: Dump 2 valve error
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E47 is set when the Standard box records dump 2 valve to be disconnected.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Interruption in ground cable and/or voltage cable between Extended box and dump 2 valve
- Contact resistance in connections
- Defective dump 2 valve
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P8.1
8.2
Location Location Location Location Location
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E48: Program stop E48: Program stop E48: Program stop E48: Program stop E48: Program stop
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E48 is set when the Standard box records the supply voltage being too low or a parameter error at start up.
Program could also be stopped by the terminal program (initiating spool sensors or writing parameters)
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
- Vehicle battery voltage too low
- Contact resistance in connections or fuse holder
- Incorrect parameter values have been programmed
- Voltage was turned off during setting of parameters
- Parameters have not been initialized (e.g. new Standard box has been mounted)
- Defective Standard box
Finish
E0 or E35 is active
Troubleshoot according to E0 or
E35
Check if E0 or E35 is active
To be continued on next page
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E48: Program stop E48: Program stop E48: Program stop E48: Program stop E48: Program stop
Finish
Clear errors.
Run system
Is terminal connected to standard
box when E48 is active?
Turn off system and start again
Terminal is connected.
Disconnect terminal.
Turn off system and start
again.
Clear errors.
Check if E48 is still active.
Replace Standard box if E48 is
active.
Check terminal communication
if E48 is not active
Errors will not clear.
Replace Standard box
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Finish
Reset counters with terminal
according section Terminal
Perform periodical inspection
according to Delivery and periodic
instructions book
E49: Service E49: Service E49: Service E49: Service E49: Service
Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition: Condition:
E49 is set when the Standard box records that one of the service counters (total time, use time or number of lifts)
is full.
Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons: Error reasons:
-
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4.4 Repairs
4.4 Repairs
Contents
Replacing Standard box ............................................................... 3
Settings, Windows CE terminal ......................................... 5
Settings, DOS terminal ...................................................... 6
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REPLACING REPLACING REPLACING REPLACING REPLACING
ST ST ST ST STANDARD BOX ANDARD BOX ANDARD BOX ANDARD BOX ANDARD BOX
1. Unscrew the 4-socket head screws in the front of
the User interface. It is not necessary to completely
remove these screws they are designed to be
retained in the cover, only unscrew until no further
resistance is felt.
2. Carefully remove the User interface. It maybe
necessary to ease the User interface from the
Standard box by placing a screwdriver in the joint
between the two components. Take care not to
damage this joint, it is part of the water protection
seal.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
Do not allow the User interface to hang on Do not allow the User interface to hang on Do not allow the User interface to hang on Do not allow the User interface to hang on Do not allow the User interface to hang on
wires, always support it while the wiring is wires, always support it while the wiring is wires, always support it while the wiring is wires, always support it while the wiring is wires, always support it while the wiring is
connected. connected. connected. connected. connected.
3. Disconnect all connections from plinth P7 P7 P7 P7 P7 in the
Standard box.
4. Disconnect all connections from plinth P2 P2 P2 P2 P2 on the
User Interface and place in a safe area.
5. Mark up cables in Standard box. Disconnect all
connections to Standard box plinths.
6. Release all clips from cable inlets and carefully
withdraw cables.
7. Remove the 4-socket head mounting screws from
rear of the mounting plate and lift the Standard box
away.
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8. On the new Standard box all cable inlets are sealed.
Using a suitable tool remove sealing from the
number of cable inlets, you require.
9. Mount and reconnect in reverse order of removal.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
T TT TTake care that no wires become trapped in ake care that no wires become trapped in ake care that no wires become trapped in ake care that no wires become trapped in ake care that no wires become trapped in
the sealing joint when refitting User the sealing joint when refitting User the sealing joint when refitting User the sealing joint when refitting User the sealing joint when refitting User
interface to Standard Box. interface to Standard Box. interface to Standard Box. interface to Standard Box. interface to Standard Box.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
All Standard boxes are supplied as a spare All Standard boxes are supplied as a spare All Standard boxes are supplied as a spare All Standard boxes are supplied as a spare All Standard boxes are supplied as a spare
part with the Classic program, if you are part with the Classic program, if you are part with the Classic program, if you are part with the Classic program, if you are part with the Classic program, if you are
fitting to a Duo or Pro crane refer to section fitting to a Duo or Pro crane refer to section fitting to a Duo or Pro crane refer to section fitting to a Duo or Pro crane refer to section fitting to a Duo or Pro crane refer to section
6.2 for the setting procedure. 6.2 for the setting procedure. 6.2 for the setting procedure. 6.2 for the setting procedure. 6.2 for the setting procedure.
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Settings, Windows Settings, Windows Settings, Windows Settings, Windows Settings, Windows
CE terminal CE terminal CE terminal CE terminal CE terminal
1. Connect a HP J ornada terminal to
SPACE.
2. Type User Name and Password, click
on OK OK OK OK OK and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. If you have only a Service Service Service Service Service level
password select Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic in the
display box.
4. Select I II IInit nit nit nit nit from Main menu.
5. Select T TT TType ype ype ype ype in Parameter Initialization
screen.
6. Highlight the crane class and type you
require and click on S SS SSelect elect elect elect elect (fig. 1).
The required channels and parameters
are now set. Select B BB BBack ack ack ack ack.
7. Select L LL LLevers evers evers evers evers in Parameter
Initialization screen.
8. Select C CC CCalibrate alibrate alibrate alibrate alibrate and follow screen
instructions (fig. 2).
9. Make any adjustments to the basic
settings by selecting I II IInit nit nit nit nit followed by
A AA AAuto uto uto uto uto (fig. 3). Settings for winch etc.
can be made here.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
For information about setting For information about setting For information about setting For information about setting For information about setting
accessories refer to section 6.1. accessories refer to section 6.1. accessories refer to section 6.1. accessories refer to section 6.1. accessories refer to section 6.1.
10. Disconnect terminal.
11. Carry out full function test on crane.
Fig. 1
Fig. 3
Fig. 2
265
273
Platf 1 Low
Sector Type:
Slew Sector 1 Slew Sector 2
Sector Type:
OLP
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
ADS
Cap (%) Cap (%)
Cap (%)
OB +1%
IB +2%
Winch
Automatic Parameter Initialization
Height Warn
Yes
No
Ext In Indicator
Pressure Settings (bar)
Manual Extension
No
50
60 60
75
OK Cancel
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
5
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Settings, DOS terminal Settings, DOS terminal Settings, DOS terminal Settings, DOS terminal Settings, DOS terminal
1. Connect a HP 95 terminal or a 200 model of
Handheld PC to SPACE.
2. Type User Name and press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER. Type
Password, press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. If you have only a Service Service Service Service Service level password highlight
with the cursor bar Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic.
4. Press F2 - INIT F2 - INIT F2 - INIT F2 - INIT F2 - INIT from Main menu.
5. Press F1- TYPE F1- TYPE F1- TYPE F1- TYPE F1- TYPE from INIT menu.
6. Highlight the crane class and press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
7. Highlight the crane type and press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
8. Type Y YY YY at the cursor point if you are satisfied with
the crane shown in the selection line and press
ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
Type N NN NN if you have made a mistake, press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER
and you will return to the crane class window to
make a new choice.
9. This screen asks if you want to start from Defaults.
Unless you have a special reason to use this facility
type N NN NN and press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
10. Type in the serial number of the crane and press
ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
11. Press F3 - LEVERS F3 - LEVERS F3 - LEVERS F3 - LEVERS F3 - LEVERS and follow the on screen
instructions.
12. Make any adjustments to the basic settings by
selecting F2 - INIT F2 - INIT F2 - INIT F2 - INIT F2 - INIT followed by F5 - AUTO F5 - AUTO F5 - AUTO F5 - AUTO F5 - AUTO.
Settings for winch etc. can be made here.
NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE! NOTE!
For information about setting accessories For information about setting accessories For information about setting accessories For information about setting accessories For information about setting accessories
refer to section 6.1. refer to section 6.1. refer to section 6.1. refer to section 6.1. refer to section 6.1.
13. Disconnect terminal.
14. Carry out full function test on crane.
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5.1 Service
Contents
Service requirements ................................................................... 3
General checks.................................................................. 3
OLP check......................................................................... 4
Stickers / manuals ............................................................. 4
Functional test ................................................................... 4
Resetting counters, Windows CE terminal ........................ 5
Resetting counters, DOS terminal ..................................... 6
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SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE
REQUIREMENTS REQUIREMENTS REQUIREMENTS REQUIREMENTS REQUIREMENTS
General checks General checks General checks General checks General checks
Check all cables for wear, damage, corrosion or
tightness
Check all sensors, indicators and connectors for wear,
damage or corrosion
- pressure sensor, inner boom cylinder
- pressure sensor, outer boom cylinder
- tilt indicator, inner boom
- tilt indicator, outer boom
- fixed platform angle indicators
- slewing sector indicators
- spool sensors
- Cannon connector, winch
- etc.
Check all boxes and cable connections for damage or
corrosion
- Standard box
- Extended box
- Empty box
- Column box
- Winch box
- Cable reel box
- etc.
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OLP check OLP check OLP check OLP check OLP check
Check the function of OLP by moving the first and
second boom cylinders to end position.
Stickers / manuals Stickers / manuals Stickers / manuals Stickers / manuals Stickers / manuals
Check that Operators manual and Service manuals
are with truck.
Check that warning plates, load plates, symbol plates
etc. are unbroken.
For information about type and numbers of stickers
see Operators manual.
Functional test Functional test Functional test Functional test Functional test
Check:
- operation of all User interface buttons and warning
LEDs
- crane movements to/from folded/unfolded position
and end positions
By means of a HP terminal, check for any error
messages in F6 - ERRS F6 - ERRS F6 - ERRS F6 - ERRS F6 - ERRS.
Reset after corrective measures.
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After completing all service operations as
per the HIAB service documentation, it is
necessary to reset the counters in
SPACE 3000.
1. Connect a HP J ornada terminal to
SPACE.
2. Type User Name and Password, click
on OK OK OK OK OK and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. Select C CC CCounters ounters ounters ounters ounters from Main menu.
4. Select S SS SService ervice ervice ervice ervice from counters menu.
5. On message window Reset Service
counters Click on Y YY YYes es es es es (fig 1).
6. Click on Back Back Back Back Back.
7. Disconnect terminal.
dump_time 23:31
lift_ctr 40
srvc_tot_time_left 1950:12
srvc_use_time_left 986:45
tot_time 56:52
use_time 14:23
Timers and Counters
Service
Back
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
6
Fig. 1
Resetting counters, Resetting counters, Resetting counters, Resetting counters, Resetting counters,
Windows CE terminal Windows CE terminal Windows CE terminal Windows CE terminal Windows CE terminal
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Resetting counters, Resetting counters, Resetting counters, Resetting counters, Resetting counters,
DOS terminal DOS terminal DOS terminal DOS terminal DOS terminal
After completing all service operations as per the HIAB
service documentation, it is necessary to reset the
counters in SPACE 3000.
1. Connect a HP 95 terminal or a 200 model of
Handheld PC to SPACE.
2. Type User Name and press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER. Type
Password, press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. Press F9 - F9 - F9 - F9 - F9 - COUNT COUNT COUNT COUNT COUNT from Main menu.
4. Press F8 - SERVICE F8 - SERVICE F8 - SERVICE F8 - SERVICE F8 - SERVICE from count menu.
5. Enter the letter Y YY YY at the flashing cursor, press
ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
6. Disconnect terminal.
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6.1 Connecting accessories
Contents
Connecting a winch...................................................................... 3
General .............................................................................. 3
Settings, Windows CE terminal ......................................... 4
Settings, DOS terminal ...................................................... 5
Connecting a fixed platform.......................................................... 6
Description......................................................................... 6
Connection of indicators to Column box ............................ 8
Connection if no hydraulic extension in indicator
is present................................................................ 8
Plinth Description.................................................... 8
Connection if a hydraulic extension in indicator
is present................................................................ 9
Plinth Description.................................................... 9
Connection of indicators to Standard box ........................ 10
Plinth Description...................................................11
Setting fixed platform....................................................... 12
Settings, Windows CE terminal ............................ 12
Settings, DOS terminal ......................................... 14
Connecting ADS ......................................................................... 16
General ............................................................................ 16
Settings, Windows CE terminal ....................................... 17
Settings, DOS terminal .................................................... 18
Connecting a hydraulic extension in indicator ............................ 19
Description....................................................................... 19
Connection of indicator to Column box............................ 20
Plinth Description.................................................. 20
Settings, Windows CE terminal ....................................... 21
Settings, DOS terminal)................................................... 22
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CONNECTING A WINCH
General
NOTE!
The following instructions relate only to the The following instructions relate only to the The following instructions relate only to the The following instructions relate only to the The following instructions relate only to the
electrical connections and adjustments to electrical connections and adjustments to electrical connections and adjustments to electrical connections and adjustments to electrical connections and adjustments to
SP SP SP SP SPACE 3000 that are required when ACE 3000 that are required when ACE 3000 that are required when ACE 3000 that are required when ACE 3000 that are required when
connecting a winch. For all other connecting a winch. For all other connecting a winch. For all other connecting a winch. For all other connecting a winch. For all other
information you must refer to Crane Info 15 information you must refer to Crane Info 15 information you must refer to Crane Info 15 information you must refer to Crane Info 15 information you must refer to Crane Info 15
or the relevant winch manufacturers or the relevant winch manufacturers or the relevant winch manufacturers or the relevant winch manufacturers or the relevant winch manufacturers
installation instructions. installation instructions. installation instructions. installation instructions. installation instructions.
1. As with previous SPACE systems you must mount
a HIAB winch box on the crane.
2. Make the wiring connections as shown in the
connection diagram (Fig. 1).
NOTE!
Wire B (red) and E (brown) are not used and
must be isolated.
NOTE!
The diagram shows the connections to the
winch box for the Rotzler Picargo winches.
Reference must be made to the relevant
manufacturers instructions for any other
make of winch.
Fig. 1
1. Rotzler Picargo connection box
2. Column box
3. Winch box
4. 24 V/ground cable to Rotzler Picargo connection box
5. Signal cable to Winch box
6. Signal cable to Column box
A. White (Signal, WLOAD)
C. Black (24 V, WLOAD)
D. Gray (Signal, WEND)
F. Blue (24 V, WEND)
(+). Red (24 V to Rotzler Picargo connection box)
(-). Brown (Ground from Rotzler Picargo connection box)
B. Red (not used)
E. Brown (not used)
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Settings, Windows
CE terminal
1. Connect a HP Jornada terminal to
SPACE.
2. Type User Name and Password, click
on OK and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. Select Init from Main menu.
4. Select Auto in Automatic Parameter
Initialization screen.
5. Select Yes in selection box Winch
and click on OK (Fig. 2).
6. A message window The parameters
were successfully set! will be
displayed (Fig 3).
Click on OK and SPACE 3000 will
automatically set the required
parameters and channel.
7. Click on Back once.
8. Select Levers.
9. Select Calibrate (Fig. 4) and follow
the on screen instructions.
10. When calibration is completed click
on OK in message box (Fig. 5) and
check functions
11. Click on Back twice to return to main
menu.
12. Carry out full function and load test
according to Crane Info 7.
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Platf 1 Low
Sector Type:
Slew Sector 1 Slew Sector 2
Sector Type:
OLP
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
ADS
Cap (%) Cap (%)
Cap (%)
OB +1%
IB +2%
Winch
Automatic Parameter Initialization
Height Warn
Yes
No
Ext In Indicator
Pressure Settings (bar)
Manual Extension
No
50
60 60
75
OK Cancel
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
5
Fig. 2
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Platf 1 Low
Sector Type:
Slew Sector 1 Slew Sector 2
Sector Type:
OLP
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
ADS
Cap (%) Cap (%)
Cap (%)
OB +1%
IB +2%
Winch
Automatic Parameter Initialization
Height Warn
Yes
No
Ext In Indicator
Pressure Settings (bar)
Manual Extension
No
50
60 60
75
OK Cancel
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
9
Ready
The parameters were successfully set !
OK
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
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Settings, DOS terminal
1. Connect a HP 95 terminal or a 200 model of
Handheld PC to SPACE.
2. Type User Name and press ENTER. Type
Password, press ENTER and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. Press F2 - INIT from Main menu.
4. Press F5- AUTO from INIT menu.
5. Using arrow keys scroll the cursor bar down to the
Winch line in Automatic Parameter Initialization
menu.
6.Press ENTER and the display will change to YES.
7. Press F10- Exit once.
8. Press F3-Levs and follow the on screen
instructions.
9. When the programme returns to the Parameter
intialization screen Press F10-Exit. The main menu
is displayed. The winch function is now set.
10. Disconnect terminal.
11. Carry out full functon and load testing according to
Crane Info 7.
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CONNECTING A FIXED
PLATFORM
NOTE!
These instructions do not include mounting
details for the mechanical components of a
fixed platform.
Description
When a crane is fitted with a fixed platform, it is
necessary to stop crane operation when there is a
possibility the operator may be struck by the boom
assembly.
To facilitate this HIAB have introduced logic into
SPACE 3000 system that will not permit the crane to
operate in the area over the platform.
The logic for the fixed platform is controlled by:
an indicator mounted under the platform to inform
SPACE if an operator is on the platform
indicators mounted at the base of the column
indicating the slew position
additional angle indicators that can be mounted on
both the inner and outer booms to provide the means
to stop the crane depending on boom position, in
addition to the slewing position.
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When fitting the fixed platform to a crane fitted with
cross controls and you wish to retain these controls, it
will be necessary to fit an additional Empty box and
User interface by the control levers with an additional
empty box and user interface fitted to the platform
control panel. (Empty box may not be required if
Extended box is already present)
Function
Slewing sector indicator
Inner boom fixed platform angle indicator
Outer boom fixed platform angle indicator
Number Type
On platform indicator 1
2
1
1
Normally closed
Normally open
Normally open
Normally open
Proximity switches are used as indicators. In table
below you can see the number of indicators that are
needed for each function and what signal the indicator
gives in normal mode.
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Connection of indicators to
Column box
The inner and outer boom indicators should be con-
nected to the Column box.
The connection in the Column box has to be done in
two different ways depending on if a hydraulic exten-
sion in indicator is mounted or not.
Connection if no hydraulic
extension in indicator is
present
If no hydraulic extension in indicator is mounted, the
fixed platform indicators should be connected to the
Column box as shown in fig. 6, which is the most
common connection.
Plinth Description
P2.4-6 Outer boom fixed platform angle
indicator
P2.4 Ground (brown)
P2.5 24 V (red)
P2.6 Signal (orange, 0/24 V)
P3.1-3 Inner boom fixed platform angle
indicator
P3.1 Ground (brown)
P3.2 24 V (red)
P3.3 Signal (orange, 0/24 V)
NOTE!
A jumper must always be fitted between
plinth P3.5 and P3.6.
P3
P4
P2
P1
1 2 3 5 6
6
5
4
1
1
1
1
0
7
0
-
3
7
4
Fig. 6
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C CC CConnection if a hydraulic
extension in indicator is
present
If a hydraulic extension in indicator is mounted, the
fixed platform indicators should be connected to the
Column box as shown in fig. 7.
The hydraulic extension in indicator has to be
connected to plinth P2.4-6.
If an outer boom angle indicator is used it has to be
connected to P3.4-6 instead.
Plinth Description
P2.4-6 Hydraulic extension in indicator
P3.1-3 Inner boom fixed platform angle
indicator
P3.1 Ground (brown)
P3.2 24 V (red)
P3.3 Signal (orange, 0/24 V)
P3.4-6 Outer boom fixed platform angle
indicator
P3.4 Ground (brown)
P3.5 24 V (red)
P3.6 Signal (orange, 0/24 V)
NOTE!
A jumper must always be fitted between
plinth P3.5 and P3.6 when only a inner
boom angle indicator is connected to plinth
P3.
Remove jumper when connecting an outer
boom indicator.
P3
P4
P2
P1
1 2 3 5 4 6
1
1
1
1
0
7
0
-
3
7
5
Fig. 7
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Connection of indicators to
Standard box
(Fig. 8)
The On platform indicator and slewing sector indicators
should to be connected to the Standard box.
NOTE!
Only connections for On platform indicator
and slewing sector indicators used for fixed
platform are illustrated. All other compo-
nent connections have been removed for
clarity.
NOTE!
Ensure that there is a jumper placed in the
User interface 3 between plinth P2.5 and
P2.6.
1
0
7
0
-
3
7
3
1 2
3
4
5
6
7 8
Fig. 8
1. User interface 2
2. User interface 1
3. User interface 3
4. Empty box (placed on platform)
5. Slewing sector indicators
6. On platform indicator
7. Standard box
8. Extended box or Empty box (placed on tank side)
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Plinth Description
(Fig. 9)
P4 On platform indicator
P4.1 Ground (brown)
P4.2 24 V (red)
P4.3 Signal (orange, 0/24 V)
P6.1-4 Slewing sector indicator
P6.1 Ground (brown)
P6.2 24 V (red)
P6.3 Signal from indicator 1,
positive (orange, 0/24 V)
P6.4 Signal from indicator 1,
negative (orange, 0/24 V)
HIAB AB, Control Systems recommend that the User
Interfaces are located in the following positions:
User interface Position
1 By the main hydraulic control valve
2 On opposite side of the crane by
the cross control levers or
3 On the fixed platform above the
control levers
4 For use by additional control valve
levers
1
0
7
0
-
3
7
8
Fig. 9
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Settings, Windows CE terminal
1. Connect a HP Jornada terminal to SPACE.
2. Type User Name and Password, click on OK and
the Main menu is displayed.
3. Select Init from Main menu.
4. Select Auto in Automatic Parameter Initialization
screen.
5. The fixed platform slewing sector indicators should
always be set in the Slew Sector 1 menu box. The
Slew sector 1 window displays information relating
to plinths P6.3 and P6.4 in the Standard box.
Always ensure that the signal wires from the
indicators are connected to these plinths.
If the crane is equipped with stability slewing sector
indicators they should be set in the Slew Sector 2
menu box.
Setting fixed platform
The table below shows the different indicator combina-
tions for the different fixed platform settings.
The Slewing sector indicators and On platform
indicator are present in all options.
NOTE!
Never fit just the outer boom indicator on
its own, it must be fitted together with an
inner boom indicator.
Slewing
sector
indicators
On
platform
indicator
Inner boom
fixed platform
angle indicator
Outer boom
fixed platform
angle indicator
Hydraulic
extension
in indicator
Platf 1
Platf 2
Platf 0
Platf 2S



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Platf 1 Low
Sector Type:
Slew Sector 1 Slew Sector 2
Sector Type:
OLP
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
ADS
Cap (%) Cap (%)
Cap (%)
OB +1%
IB +2%
Winch
Automatic Parameter Initialization
Height Warn
Yes
No
Ext In Indicator
Pressure Settings (bar)
Manual Extension
No
50
60 60
75
OK Cancel
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
5
Fig. 10
6. Click on the drop down menu box
arrow and select the correct sector
type for your installation and click on
OK (Fig. 10).
Platf 0 Low:
No tilt indicators fitted to the boom
system.
Platf 1 Low:
One tilt indicator fitted on the inner
boom.
Platf 2 Low:
Tilt indicators fitted to both inner and
outer booms with the inner boom
indicator connected to plinth P3 and
outer boom indicator connected to plinth
P2.
Platf 2S Low:
Tilt indicators fitted to both inner and
outer boom and both connected to plinth
P3 in the column box.
7. A message window The parameters
were successfully set! will be
displayed (Fig. 11).
Click on OK and SPACE 3000 will
automatically set the required
parameters and channels.
8. Click on Back twice.
9. Disconnect terminal.
10. Carry out function test of fixed
platform functions. Make any final
adjustments to boom angle indicator
settings that may be required.
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273
Platf 1 Low
Sector Type:
Slew Sector 1 Slew Sector 2
Sector Type:
OLP
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
ADS
Cap (%) Cap (%)
Cap (%)
OB +1%
IB +2%
Winch
Automatic Parameter Initialization
Height Warn
Yes
No
Ext In Indicator
Pressure Settings (bar)
Manual Extension
No
50
60 60
75
OK Cancel
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
9
Ready
The parameters were successfully set !
OK
Fig. 11
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Settings, DOS terminal
1. Connect a HP 95 terminal or a 200 model of
Handheld PC to SPACE.
2. Type User Name and press ENTER. Type
Password, press ENTER and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. Press F2 - INIT from Main menu.
4. Press F5- AUTO from INIT menu.
5. Using the arrow keys scroll the cursor bar down to
the Slewing Sectors line in Automatic Parameter
Initialization menu.
6. The fixed platform slewing sector indicators should
always be set in the left column, which displays
information relating to plinths P6.3 and P6.4 in the
Standard box. Always ensure that the signal wires
from the indicators are connected to these plinths.
If the crane is equipped with stability slewing sector
indicators they should be set in the right column.
7. Press ENTER until the connection option you want
appears.
The options will scroll through in the following order:
OLP (not used in this application)
STOP (not used in this application)
PLATF0:
No tilt indicators fitted to the boom system.
PLATF1:
One tilt Indicator fitted on the inner boom.
PLATF2S:
Tilt indicators fitted to both inner and outer boom and
both connected to plinth P3 in the Column box.
PLATF2:
Tilt indicators fitted to both inner and outer booms with
the inner boom indicator connected to plinth P3 and
outer boom indicator connected to plinth P2.
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8. Press F10 - EXIT twice and the Main menu will be
displayed.
Fixed platform function is now set.
9. Disconnect terminal.
10. Carry out function test of fixed platform functions.
Make any final adjustments to boom angle
indicator settings that may be required.
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CONNECTING ADS
General
NOTE!
Refer to separate instruction sheet for
installation of hydraulic components.
To install ADS it is necessary (if not already installed)
to fit an Extended box to the SPACE 3000 system.
Remove existing Empty box from User interface 2
position and mount Extended box. Mount all compo-
nents in the ADS kit of parts using separate instruc-
tions supplied with kit. Make wiring connections as
shown in Fig.12.
1
0
7
0
-
3
7
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Fig. 12
1. User interface 2
2. User interface 1
3. Standard box
4. Pressure sensor ADS
5. Valve ADS
6. Extended box
NOTE!
The illustration shows only basic
connection details for ADS, all other
component connections have been
removed for clarity.
NOTE!
When replacing an Empty box with
Extended box, ensure that there is a jumper
placed in the Extended box between plinth
P7.5 and P7.6.
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Settings, Windows
CE terminal
1. Connect a suitable terminal to SPACE
and enter the main menu.
2. Type User Name and Password, click
on OK and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. Select Init from Main menu.
4. Select Auto in Automatic Parameter
Initialization screen.
5. Select Yes in selection box ADS box
and click on OK (Fig. 13).
6. A message window The parameters
were successfully set! will be
displayed (Fig 14).
Click on OK and SPACE 3000 will
automatically set the required
parameters and channel.
7. Click on Back twice.
8. Disconnect terminal.
9. Carry out function test of the ADS
function.
NOTE!
If you wish to confirm that an
item is recognised by SPACE,
select System Overview from
the Parameter Initilization
menu and view the item status
in this window.
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Platf 1 Low
Sector Type:
Slew Sector 1 Slew Sector 2
Sector Type:
OLP
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
ADS
Cap (%) Cap (%)
Cap (%)
OB +1%
IB +2%
Winch
Automatic Parameter Initialization
Height Warn
Yes
No
Ext In Indicator
Pressure Settings (bar)
Manual Extension
No
50
60 60
75
OK Cancel
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
5
Fig. 13
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273
Platf 1 Low
Sector Type:
Slew Sector 1 Slew Sector 2
Sector Type:
OLP
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
ADS
Cap (%) Cap (%)
Cap (%)
OB +1%
IB +2%
Winch
Automatic Parameter Initialization
Height Warn
Yes
No
Ext In Indicator
Pressure Settings (bar)
Manual Extension
No
50
60 60
75
OK Cancel
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
9
Ready
The parameters were successfully set !
OK
Fig. 14
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Settings, DOS terminal
1. Connect a HP 95 terminal or a 200 model of
Handheld PC to SPACE.
2. Type User Name and press ENTER. Type
Password, press ENTER and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. Press F2 - INIT from Main menu.
4. Press F5- AUTO from INIT menu.
5. Using arrow keys scroll the cursor bar down to the
ADS line in Automatic Parameter Initialization
menu.
6. Press ENTER and the display will change to YES.
7. Press F10 - EXIT twice and the Main menu will be
displayed.
The ADS function is now set.
8. Disconnect terminal.
9. Carry out function test of the ADS function.
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CONNECTING A
HYDRAULIC
EXTENSION IN
INDICATOR
Description
The hydraulic extension in indicator makes it possible
to control the lifting capacity of a crane when using
manual extensions. By using a signal from a suitable
indicator mounted approximately at the centre position
along the length of the outer boom, SPACE 3000
reduces the inner boom lifting capacity to pre-set limits
depending on the position of the hydraulic extension.
The logic for this facility is activated when the manual
extension button is pressed on the User interface.
NOTE!
HIAB do not supply any indicator kit for this
function.
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Connection of indicator to
Column box
A normally open type proximity switch must be used
as the indicator for this function.
It should be connected to plinth P2.4-6 in Column box
as shown in fig. 15.
NOTE!
If the crane is fitted with a fixed platform
with angle indicators on the inner and outer
booms, refer to Connecting fixed platform
in this section before proceeding with
connection.
Plinth Description
P2.4-6 Hydraulic extension in indicator
P2.4 Ground (blue)
P2.5 24 V (brown)
P2.6 Signal (black, 0/24 V)
P3
P4
P2
P1
6
5
4
1
1
1
1
1
0
7
0
-
3
7
7
Fig. 15
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Settings, Windows
CE terminal
1. Connect a HP Jornada terminal to
SPACE.
2. Type User Name and Password, click
on OK and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. Select Init from Main menu.
4. Select Auto in Automatic Parameter
Initialization screen.
5. Select Yes in selection box Ext In
Indicator and click on OK (Fig. 16).
6. In Manual Extension box enter the
figure that you want to reduce the
crane capacity by in percentage in
and click OK.
NOTE!
The figure entered in the left-
hand box must always be
lower than the figure in the
right-hand box. The default
figures of 50% and 75% are
recommended.
7. A message window The parameters
were successfully set! will be
displayed (Fig 17).
Click on OK and SPACE 3000 will
automatically set the required
parameters and channel
8. Click on Back twice.
9. Disconnect terminal.
10. Carry out function test of The
hydraulic extension-in function.
Make any final adjustments to
hydraulic extension in indicator that
may be required.
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273
Platf 1 Low
Sector Type:
Slew Sector 1 Slew Sector 2
Sector Type:
OLP
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
ADS
Cap (%) Cap (%)
Cap (%)
OB +1%
IB +2%
Winch
Automatic Parameter Initialization
Height Warn
Yes
No
Ext In Indicator
Pressure Settings (bar)
Manual Extension
No
50
60 60
75
OK Cancel
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
5
Fig. 16
265
273
Platf 1 Low
Sector Type:
Slew Sector 1 Slew Sector 2
Sector Type:
OLP
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
ADS
Cap (%) Cap (%)
Cap (%)
OB +1%
IB +2%
Winch
Automatic Parameter Initialization
Height Warn
Yes
No
Ext In Indicator
Pressure Settings (bar)
Manual Extension
No
50
60 60
75
OK Cancel
1
0
7
0
-
3
6
9
Ready
The parameters were successfully set !
OK
Fig. 17
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Settings, DOS terminal
1. Connect a HP 95 terminal or a 200 model of
Handheld PC to SPACE.
2. Type User Name and press ENTER. Type
Password, press ENTER and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. Press F2 - INIT from Main menu.
4. Press F5- AUTO from INIT menu.
5. Using arrow keys scroll the cursor bar down to the
Ext-In Indicator line in Automatic Parameter
Initialization menu.
6. Press ENTER and the display will change to YES.
7. The Man Ext Capacity above will now display 50%
and 75%.
If you want to change these values, using the arrow
keys move the cursor bar to the value you want to
change and type in a new value.
NOTE!
The lower value must always appear in the
left-hand column. Under no circumstances
attempt to enter a higher value in this
column than is shown in the right-hand
column.
8. Press F10 - EXIT twice and the Main menu will be
displayed.
The hydraulic extension-in function is now set.
9. Disconnect terminal.
10. Carry out function test of The hydraulic extension-
in function.
Make any final adjustments to hydraulic extension
in indicator that may be required.
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6.2 Settings
6.2 Settings
Contents
Settings introduction..................................................................... 3
Operating systems ............................................................ 3
Conventions used.............................................................. 4
Setting ADC function.................................................................... 5
Windows CE terminal ........................................................ 5
DOS terminal ..................................................................... 7
Setting MSC function.................................................................... 8
Windows CE terminal ........................................................ 8
DOS terminal ................................................................... 10
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6.2 Settings
SETTINGS SETTINGS SETTINGS SETTINGS SETTINGS
INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION
We understand that not all service engineers work with
our products everyday, and this can make it difficult to
remember exactly which display to use or which
button to press when presented with a specific task,
when using one of the terminal units that are available.
With the introduction also of the new Windows CE
based programs the choices and options have
increased.
The purpose of this section is to provide the service
engineer with a step by step guide, to making changes
to the basic settings of the SPACE 3000 system.
Following the introduction of the new HP J ornada range
of handheld PC's into the list of suitable terminal units,
for use with the SPACE control systems, we have
provided instructions for both types of operating
systems now available.
Operating systems Operating systems Operating systems Operating systems Operating systems
Desktop and laptop PC's in conjunction with the PC
interface use the DOS based program.
HP 95 and 200 handheld PC's use the DOS based
programs.
HP 680/690 and 720 handheld PC's use the Windows
CE based program.
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Conventions used Conventions used Conventions used Conventions used Conventions used
(Fig. 1) Throughout the instructions you
will find different types of text used, the
meanings are listed below, please take a
few minutes to read these it will help you
to understand the instructions more
clearly.
All windows within the main display are
discussed in plain text (1).
Where text is written in bold bold bold bold bold (2), this
represents the text you will find on the
command or option buttons on the
Windows CE display.
The texts on the buttons will always
display in normal text; bold is used
only as a guide to help you find the
command button quickly.
Where the instructions tell you to
check an option button, simply touch
the screen with your pointer on the
button the centre will turn Black or
White depending on its status. Option
buttons with a black dot mean that the
function described at the side of the
button is selected.
When text is written in bold Italics bold Italics bold Italics bold Italics bold Italics (3),
this is to indicate that you will find the
text in one of the windows.
Change Par Value
1
0
7
0
-
3
7
2
1
3
2
Parameter Parameter Value
Fig. 1
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SETTING SETTING SETTING SETTING SETTING ADC ADC ADC ADC ADC
FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION
When a new SPACE 3000 Standard box
is supplied as a spare part, only the
Classic crane program is present. If you
have a DUO or PRO crane, you must
enable the logic in SPACE. To carry out
this operation it is necessary for your
service responsible to obtain a special
password from product support
department at HIAB AB.
Windows CE Windows CE Windows CE Windows CE Windows CE
terminal terminal terminal terminal terminal
1. Connect a HP J ornada terminal to
SPACE.
2. Type User Name and Password, click
on OK OK OK OK OK and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. If you have only a Service Service Service Service Service level
password select Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic in the
display box.
4. Select P PP PParameters arameters arameters arameters arameters from Main menu.
5. Select V VV VVarious arious arious arious arious In the Class window.
6. Select password password password password password In the Parameter
window (Fig. 2).
7. Click on C CC CChange Par V hange Par V hange Par V hange Par V hange Par Value alue alue alue alue.
8. In the New Value window type in the
special password obtained from HIAB
AB.
9. Click on OK OK OK OK OK and the display will return
to the previous screen.
Change Par Value
1
0
7
0
-
3
7
1
Parameter Parameter Value
Fig. 2
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10. Select ADC ADC ADC ADC ADC in the Class window.
11. Select multi_mode multi_mode multi_mode multi_mode multi_mode In the Parameter
window and click on C CC CChange Par hange Par hange Par hange Par hange Par
V VV VVal ue al ue al ue al ue al ue.
12. In the New Value window, type 1 11 11,
click on OK OK OK OK OK and the display returns
to previous display.
13. Click on Back Back Back Back Back and the display
returns to the Main menu window
and the ADC function is now active.
If you would like to confirm the function
has been activated before starting the
crane follow the operations below.
1. Select I II IInit nit nit nit nit from the Main menu.
2. Click on S SS SSystem Overview ystem Overview ystem Overview ystem Overview ystem Overview.
3. If function is acitve Y YY YYes es es es es will be present
in info column opposite ADC (Fig 3).
4. Click on B BB BBack ack ack ack ack twice.
5. Disconnect terminal.
6. Carry out full crane function test.
Fig. 3
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DOS terminal DOS terminal DOS terminal DOS terminal DOS terminal
1. Connect a HP 95 terminal or a 200 model of
Handheld PC to SPACE.
2. Type User Name and press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER. Type
Password, press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. If you have only a Service Service Service Service Service level password highlight
with the cursor bar Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic.
4. Press F3 - P F3 - P F3 - P F3 - P F3 - PARS ARS ARS ARS ARS from Main menu.
5. Highlight Various Various Various Various Various using the arrow keys and press
ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
6. Highlight password password password password password using the arrow keys and
press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
7. In the New Value window type in the special
password obtained from HIAB AB.
8. Press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER and then F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT and the display
will return to the previous screen.
9. Select ADC ADC ADC ADC ADC using the arrow keys and press
ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
10. Highlight multi_mode multi_mode multi_mode multi_mode multi_mode using the arrow keys and
press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
11. Type 1 11 11 under New Value, press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER and the
display returns to previous display.
12. Press F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT twice and the display returns to
the Main menu window and the ADC function is
now active.
13. Disconnect terminal.
14. Carry out full crane function test.
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SETTING MSC SETTING MSC SETTING MSC SETTING MSC SETTING MSC
FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION FUNCTION
When a new SPACE 3000 Standard box
is supplied as a spare part, only the
Classic crane program is present. If you
have a crane fitted with the MSC function,
you must enable the logic in SPACE. To
carry out this operation it is necessary for
your service responsible to obtain a
special password from product support at
HIAB AB.
Windows CE Windows CE Windows CE Windows CE Windows CE
terminal terminal terminal terminal terminal
1. Connect a HP J ornada terminal to
SPACE.
2. Type User Name and Password, click
on OK and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. If you have only a Service level
password select Diagnostic in the
display box.
4. Select Parameters from Main menu.
5. Select Various In the Class window.
6. Select password In the Parameter
window (Fig. 4).
7. Click on Change Par Value.
8. In the New Value window type in the
special password obtained from HIAB
AB.
9. Click on OK and the display will return
to the previous screen.
Change Par Value
1
0
7
0
-
3
7
1
Parameter Parameter Value
Fig. 4
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10. Select MSC in the Class window.
11. Select msc_mode in the Parameter
window and click on Change Par
Value.
12. In the New Value window, type 1,
click on OK and the display returns
to previous display.
13. Click on Back and the display
returns to the Main menu window
and the MSC function is now active.
If you would like to confirm the function
has been activated before starting the
crane follow the operations below.
1. Select Init from the Main menu.
2. Click on System Overview.
3. If function is acitve Yes will be present
in info column opposite ADC (Fig 5).
4. Click on Back twice.
5. Carry out full crane function test.
Fig. 5
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DOS terminal DOS terminal DOS terminal DOS terminal DOS terminal
1. Connect a HP 95 terminal or a 200 model of
Handheld PC to SPACE.
2. Type User Name and press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER. Type
Password, press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER and the Main menu is
displayed.
3. If you have only a Service Service Service Service Service level password highlight
with the cursor bar Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic Diagnostic.
4. Press F3 - P F3 - P F3 - P F3 - P F3 - PARS ARS ARS ARS ARS from Main menu.
5. Highlight Various Various Various Various Various using the arrow keys and press
ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
6. Highlight password password password password password using the arrow keys and press
ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
7. In the New Value window type in the special
password obtained from HIAB AB.
8. Press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER and then F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT and the display
will return to the previous screen.
9. Select MSC MSC MSC MSC MSC using the arrow keys and press
ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
10. Highlight msc_mode msc_mode msc_mode msc_mode msc_mode using arrow keys and press
ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER.
11. Type 1 11 11 under New Value, press ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER and the
display returns to previous display.
12. Press F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT F10 - EXIT twice and the display returns to
the Main menu window and the MSC function is
now active.
13. Disconnect terminal.
14. Carry out full crane function test.
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