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“ICS”

Integrated Control System

VC OJ 5.07 Y2K

Software_VC OJ 5.07 Y2K_000_e


INDEX

1 INSTRUCTION ON HANDBOOK (INFORMATIVE)


1.1 FOREWORD
1.2 WARNING INDICATIONS AND SYMBOLS
2 GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1 SCREEN GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION
2.1.1 Entering a variable
2.1.2 Start working pages
2.1.3 Introduction pages
2.1.3.1 Comedil-Terex home page
2.1.3.2 Custom-made home page
2.1.3.3 Software information page
3 “SETUP” MODE
3.1 ENTERING “SET” PAGE
3.2 ENTERING “MENU” PAGE
3.2.1 Load
3.2.2 Height
3.2.3 Range
3.2.4 Moment
3.2.5 Slewing (Optional)
3.2.6 Anticollision (Optional)
3.2.7 Hour meter
3.2.8 Programmable digital outputs
3.2.9 Programmable analog output (Optional)
3.2.10 Diagnostic
4 PARAMETER TABLES
4.1 PARAMETERS FOR SETTING UP THE “RANGE” AND “HEIGHT” FUNCTIONS
4.2 PARAMETERS FOR SETTING UP THE “MOMENT” FUNCTION

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1 INSTRUCTION ON HANDBOOK (INFORMATIVE)
1.1 FOREWORD
This manual shows how to use the VisualCrane OJ 5.07 Y2K software, studied by Gru
Comedil for Mitsubishi series GOT 940 data setting panel, which dialogues with Mitsubishi series
FX2N programmable logic control (PLC). The system displays the following values:

ç Weight on the hook

ç Height of the hook

ç Hook distance from the crane tower axis

ç Load moment

ç Jib slewing angle to the crane tower (Optional)

ç Working hours of the crane

ç Wind speed (Optional)

ç Scheduled maintenance interventions

It is also equipped with:

ç Programmable Digital outputs

ç Programmable Analog output (Optional)

ç Anticollision (Restriction of the working areas) (Optional)

The reliability of the values displayed depends on the setup correct execution; the system doesn’t
play an active role as regards the safety of the crane.

F Gru Comedil reserves the right to make changes to the specifications herein at any time without
prior notice.

1.2 WARNING INDICATIONS AND SYMBOLS


Particularly important sections in this manual are highlighted by the following symbols:

F NOTE: Special indications concerning the efficient application of the


crane.

CAUTION: Special indications of instructions/prohibitions for damage


prevention

WARNING: Indications of instructions/prohibitions for the prevention of


personal injury or extensive material damage.

MANDATORY AND ADVISORY RULES


Mandatory rules of this volume are characterized by use of the word shall. If a provision is of an
advisory nature, it is indicated by use of the word should and is a recommendation to be considered,
the advisability of which depends on the facts in each situation.

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2 GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1 SCREEN GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION

“ICS” (Integrated Control System) uses “LCD” touch screen. It means one can interact with the
system just finger-touching the screen.

There are three types of working areas which are graphic designed on the screen:
1 ç Area set for activation of controls specific to the page displayed
(example: change of the unit of measurement system used or input of a variable)

Change of the unit of measurement system used

Input of a variable

2 ç Area set for activation of controls for page-to-page moving and for access to Menu

Go to “Menu” page

3 ç Area set for activation of controls for introduction page-to-page moving


(a flashing hand indicator shows the pages ON)

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2.1.1 Entering a variable

Having to enter a variable, the screen displays a window with a keyboard, which varies depending
on the type of variable (numerical value or character string).

ç Keyboard for entering a numerical variable

Leave “Enter Mode” Window moving bar


and close window

1 2 3 DEL Cancel value entered

4 5 6 Move cursor to
previous / next variable
7 8 9

0 - AC ENT Confirm value entered

Cancel with backspace

ç Keyboard for entering an alphanumeric variable


Space
Leave “Enter Mode”
and close window Window moving bar
Confirm value entered

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SP ENT
% $ & < = > - /
A B C D E F G 1 2 3
H I J K L M N 4 5 6
O P Q R S T U 7 8 9
V W X Y Z AC BS 0

Cancel value entered Move cursor to


previous / next variable

Cancel with backspace

F To change the keyboard position, just finger-touch the window moving bar and then the desired
new location on the screen.

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2.1.2 Start Working Pages

There are two start working pages. When operating the system activation, the screen displays the
working page “ON” at the time of the last system shutdown.
There are no substantial differences between the two pages, except for “Jib slewing angle to the
crane tower” option included in one of them only (enabled if the system is equipped with the special
slewing sensor) and for the graphic representation.
The crane operator shall use these pages for activation of the controls needed. Namely:
1 ç Change of the unit of measurement (metric or U.S. customary units)

2 ç Change of the hoisting falls

3 ç Zero setting of the hook height (a facility for the operator, who can set up daily a new reference
spot after changing, maybe, the hooking device: chains, buckets, etc.)

F Warning! With the anticollision system “ON”, this function is inhibited.

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When operating the crane, in the start working page a “hand” indicator appears in the “slewing”
area to show that a reference angle has not yet been established.

Operate the crane slewing. When the sensor will be near one of the three reading proximity switches
inside the lower slewing ring support, the “hand” indicator will disappear and the display will show
the slewing degrees.

Slewing degrees

Sensor
Reading proximity switch

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Move from one page to another using “Next” and “Back” touch-key.

E
G
From these pages you can enter the introducing environment by “Main” touch-key or the configuration
and utilities field by “Menu” touch-key.

E
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2.1.3 Introduction Pages

The introducing environment consists of general information pages with no controls available.
Move from one page to another following the forced paths, which shall take you again to the start
working pages at the end of the route.

Touch-enter Comedil Touch-enter the


home page custom-made
home page

Touch-enter the Software


information page

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2.1.3.1 Comedil-Terex home page

You have finger-touched


Comedil home page
You have finger-touched
Terex home page

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2.1.3.2 Custom-made Home page

The configuration of the custom-made home page is upon the User (see “Menu” - “Hours
counter” touch-keys)

2.1.3.3 Software Information Page

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3 “SETUP” MODE
3.1 ENTERING “SET” PAGE

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Return to “User Menu”

Return to
“Data setting panel ”
Activate touch
screen buzzer

Deactivate touch
screen buzzer

Return to
“Data setting panel ”

Set date
Set time

Return to
“Data setting panel”

Set screen saver start time


(minutes)

Activate screen saver

Return to
“Data setting panel”

Increase contrast

Reduce contrast

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3.2 ENTERING “MENU” PAGE

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Touch here
to choose the language
(Italian/English/French)

Touch here
to go back to
start working pages

Touch here to enter


the numeric keypad

Inserting the
password touch here to
enter page “Menu”

Insert the
Password

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Touch here Touch here
to go back to to choose the language
start working pages (Italian/English/French)

From “Menu” you can enter the ten different setup and utilities environments of the
system. Just finger-touch the right key:

1 ç “Load” (Weight on the hook)

2 ç “Height” (Height of the hook)

3 ç “Range” (Hook distance from the crane tower axis)

4 ç “Moment” (Load moment)

5 ç “Slewing” (Jib slewing angle to the crane tower [Optional])

6 ç “Anticollision” (Restriction of the working areas [Optional])

7 ç “Hour meter” (Crane working hours counter)

8 ç “Digital outputs” (Programmable Digital outputs)

9 ç “Analog output” (Programmable Analog output [Optional])

10 ç “Diagnostic” (Troube shooting of the system and scheduled maintenance interventions)

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3.2.1 Load
Select analog channel
Analog points reading by the (CH.1 or CH.2)
“PLC” (Range of values: 0 ç 250 for load cell signal
equal to 4 ç 20 mA) (CH.1 standard)

Change hoist line


Load signal actual value as parts number
processed by the “PLC” (2 or 4 parts)
(value displayed
on the start working pages)
Change unit measurement
(kg or lbs)

Go back to “Menu”

Scale calibration procedure:

1 ç Move the hoist block (loadless) up to the path limit and wait for a few seconds.

2 ç Finger-touch “Offset” key

3 ç Hook a load of known weight at least 50% of the crane rated capacity allowed by the hoist line
parts (2 or 4-part line) engaged (calibration weight).

4 ç Move again the hoist block up to the path limit and wait for a few seconds.

5 ç Enter the value of the calibration weight


according to the unit of measurement
displayed in the window (kg or lbs)

6 ç Finger-touch here and make sure that


“Actual value” field shows the right value
entered.

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3.2.2 Height

Number of impulses counted

A and B phase inputs


of sensors placed
A B
on hoist sheave

Enter the value


of the hoist rope diameter
expressed in mm
(see Parameter Table)

Enter the value


of the hoist sheave diameter
measured on groove bottom
expressed in mm
Offset the hours meter and
(see Parameter Table)
height value
(with anticollision system Go back to “Menu”
“ON”, this function is inhibited) Enter the number
of holes of the readout disc
on hoist sheave

3.2.3 Range

Number of impulses counted

A and B phase inputs


of sensors placed
A B
on trolley sheave

Enter the value


of the trolley rope diameter
expressed in mm
(see Parameter Table)

Enter the value


of the trolley sheave diameter
measured on groove bottom
Trolley home position expressed in mm
expressed in mm (see Parameter Table)
Enter the number (see Parameter Table)
of holes of the readout disc
on trolley sheave Trolley home position input
Go back to “Menu”

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3.2.4 Moment
Max. load moment
for jib length used
expressed in kgm
(see Parameter Table)
Rated load value (2-part line)
(see Parameter Table)

Rated load value (4-part line)


(see Parameter Table)

Tare value (2-part line)


(see Parameter Table)

Tare value (4-part line)


(see Parameter Table)

Go back to “Menu”

F Important advice: A new setup of the function is required each time you change the
jib length.

3.2.5 Slewing (Optional)

Jib slewing position zone


(slewing area is shared
in 3 zones of 120°/each
defined by 2 proximity sensors)

Number of impulses counted


A and B phase inputs
of sensors placed
on slewing unit

A B Number of slewing ring teeth

Number of teeth
of the limit switch pinion
(encoder support)

Reduction ratio
of the limit switch pinion
(encoder support)

Number of impulses Go back to “Menu”


issued by the encoder
through a complete turn

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3.2.6 Anticollision (Optional)

The anticollision environment consists of 4 (four) pages: the first page is general and set for activation
of the anticollision device or its configuration; the other three pages concern “A” - “B” - “C”
programmable collision zones.
Move from one page to another by “Next” and “Previous” touch-keys; go back to “Menu” by
“Back” touch-key.

General page
The arrow moves to the position of the actuated control.

Enabling the “PLC” control


of the anticollision
(“A”-“B”-“C” zones) Disabling Setup
ç all crane motions stopwhen of the collision zones limits
entering the collision area
Setup
of the collision zones limits
ç enter next pages for setup
Disabling the “PLC” control with this control “ON”
of the anticollision
(“A”-“B”-“C” zones)
ç all crane motions enabled

Enabling forced outputs “ON”


Disabling forced outputs “ON”
ç all crane motions enabled
to allow programming
the anticollision zones

Setup pages of “A” - “B” - “C” collision zones

F The information and operating instructions given are common to the three pages.
Setup premises:
Prior to setting the slewing angles sequence to define the collision zone visualize “Anticollision
Setup ” page, disable the zone concerned, enable “Enable zone setup” and “Set forced outputs
ON”.

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1) Set the slewing angle sequence counterclockwise stopping the crane jib in the chosen spot
and finger-touching the proper keys on the screen (the system shall consider “Collision Zone”
the area between angle 1 and angle 2 slewing counterclockwise)

Slewing current
Set Stop Angle 2 position preview

Set Stop Angle 1

Set Deceleration Angle 1

Set Deceleration Angle 2

Set trolley traversing radius

Slowing down angle 2


Slowing down angle 1

Stop angle 2
Stop angle 1

no-go area

It is possible to bypass the angles set up for the collision zone keeping the pushbutton placed
under the data setting pannel pressed.

Data setting pannel

Anticollision by-pass
push-button

On setting up the collision zone return to “Anticollision setup” page, enable the zone concerned,
disable “Disable zone setup” and “Reset forced outputs ON”.
Now the anticollision zone is enabled and the crane cannot slew in the no-go area.

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2) Enter “Anticollision zone” page and select the number of trolley traversing radii with jib foot-to-
jib point sequence .

Setting 2 trolley traversing radii


Tower axis

Deceleration radius 1 Stop radius 1 Stop radius 2 Deceleration radius 2

no-go area

Setting 1 trolley traversing radius


Tower axis

Deceleration radius 1 Stop radius 1

no-go area

3) With stop height 1 set to “0”, the system shall consider any height (either positive or negative
value) no-go area.
With stop height 1 set to any value other than “0”, the system shall consider any lower height
no-go area.
Warning: when setting the height, always take care of the maximum size of the load hoisted
(height value refers to the hook, not to the load hanging from it).

Deceleration height 1

Stop height 1

no-go area

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Jib Trolley current
Set Stop Radius 2 position preview

Set Stop Radius 1

Set Deceleration Radius 1

Set Deceleration Radius 2

Hook current
position preview

Activate/Deactivate
Stop Height 1

Set Stop Height 1

Set Deceleration Height 1

3.2.7 Hour meter

The Hour meter environment allows to display the crane working hours. It consists of 6 (six)
pages: 5 (five) pages assigned to the working hours count and 1 (one) page (the sixth) to the
configuration of the custom-made page.
Move from one page to another by “Next” and “Previous” touch-keys; go back to “Menu” by
“Back” touch-key.
The first page shows the total working hour counters, which cannot be offset. These counters are
set going during the crane final inspection carried out at Comedil’s works. The starting date is
stored and legible on the screen.

“ON” time of the crane


(even if not working)

Running time of the hoist winch


with any lifting/lowering speed engaged

Running time of the slewing


motors with any right/left speed
engaged (braking times not included)

Running time of the trolley winch


with any in/out speed engaged

Start counting date

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The following pages show some partial working hour counters, which can be offset by the user (the
date of the last reset is stored, anyhow, by the system).

The sixth page assigned to the configuration of the custom-made home page allows to use one of
the Logos stored by the system and to insert two strings of 38 alphanumeric characters/each.
The software basic release includes some Logos of Comedil’s main customers. The data base of
new releases shall be subject, of course, to further integrations. Anyhow, the user who wants to
have his logo available from the system memory, shall have to contact Comedil Technical
Department.

Select Logo
from system data base

Enter
alphanumeric strings

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3.2.8 Programmable digital outputs

Move from one page to another using “Next” and “Previous” touch-keys; go back to “Menu” by
“Back” touch-key.
There are 8 (eight) digital outputs, which can be configurated according to the special needs.
They are numbered Y0 to Y7.

Y0 to Y5 outputs are linked to some internal variables of the system. Namely:


Y0 to Y1 ç wind speed value
Y2 to Y3 ç load value
Y4 to Y5 ç load moment value
These outputs are set for activation when the threshold set is exceeded.

Each output allows the following working modes:


ç working output (“Enabled”)
ç non-working output (“Disabled”)
ç output “ON”, when the threshold is exceeded (“Positive logic”)
ç output constantly “ON” and “OFF”, when the threshold is exceeded (“Negative logic”)
ç output back to the original state, when the variable falls back within the threshold set (“Normal”)
ç output keeping the final state, until the main power is “OFF” (“Self-retaining”)

The arrow moves to the position of the actuated control.

F “Y0” page example is valid also for “Y1” to “Y5” pages.

Variable linked
to the output

Select output
working mode Variable actual value

On selecting the output working mode, enter the threshold value, the “ON” delay time (from threshold
exceeding and to output activation), the “OFF” delay time (from falling back within the threshold set
to output deactivation) and the screen number to be displayed automatically by the system when
the threshold set is exceeded.

F The last function is working only with “Positive logic” mode selected. To disable this function, enter
number 300 in “Activate screen” field.

Set threshold value

Designed threshold
exceeding indicator Set “ON” delay time

Output state indicator Set “OFF” delay time

Screen number
set for activation
(300 = no screen activated)

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Alarm screens

Alarm screens which can be set for activation shall be numbered 300 to 399.
At present, the following screens are available:

No. 301 No. 302

No. 303 No. 304

No. 305 No. 306

F When one of the above alarm screens appears, you can go back to the start working pages by
finger-touching “Back” key. But, if the output connected to the alarm screen displayed is
“Self-retaining” type, you can only leave the screen by switching “OFF” the crane.

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Y6 to Y7 outputs are bistable type.
The arrow moves to the position of the actuated control.

Y6 digital output

The output allows the following working modes:


ç working output (“Enabled”)
ç non-working output (“Disabled”)
ç working output with no link (“Indipendent”)
ç working output with at least one of Y0-Y2-Y4 outputs “ON” (“Connected to Y0-Y2-Y4”)
ç working output if “by-pass anticollision” key “ON”

Select
output working configuration

Select
output working mode

Impulse number

Output “OFF” time

Output “ON” time Break time


The following working modes are also available:
ç phase “ON” time (“ON” output time)
ç phase “OFF” time (“OFF” output time)
ç number of phases (“Impulse number”)
ç break time before next sequence of phases starts (“Break time”)
Y7 digital output

The output has the same characteristics of Y6, but other than Y6 output can be connected
simultaneously to Y1-Y3-Y5.

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3.2.9 Programmable analog output (Optional)
“ICS” system allows the connection of a special digital instrument for the remote display of one of
the following specific function at a time:
1 - Weight of the load hanging from the hook “Load”
2 - Load moment “Moment”
3 - Wind speed “Anemometer”
4 - Position of the jib trolley off the tower “Range”
5 - Hook height off the ground “Height”
6 - Jib slewing angle to the crane tower “Slewing angle”

Select the required function for remote display e by finger-touching “Configure output” key and
make sure the arrow moves to the proper window on the screen.
The output range varies from 0 to 250 points (0 to 10 Vdc).
For the correct instrument calibration, enter 0 as “Minimum value” and the rated value equivalent
to 10 Vdc (250 points) as “Maximum value” (these values shall refer to the specific function selected).

Example

Remote display at distance of “Load” function


(crane rated capacity : 12,000 kg)

Considering a 25% extra margin on the rated capacity of the crane (12,000 kg + 25% = 15,000 kg),
enter 0 as “Minimum value” and 15,000 as “Maximum value” .

F The portable digital instrument shall be set, then, with the same values (operating instructions
accompanying the application concerned).

Select function
for remote display “PLC” confirmation of the
function selected
for remote display

Selected function Current reference value


of the function selected
for remote display

Current point-value
Enter maximum
of digital to analog convertion
value for the
selected function

Input minimum value Go back to “Menu”


allowed

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3.2.10 Diagnostic

The “Diagnostic” environment includes two pages.


Move from one page to another using “Next” and “Previous” touch-keys; go back to “Menu” by
“Back” touch-key.
The first page shows some system flags of the “PLC” and of the data setting panel.
The second page shows, instead, the values of some “PLC” internal record books.
Referring to the “Silver Book” and “Golden Book” manuals from MITSUBISHI, you can diagnose
failures or malfunctionings of the system.
In case the backup battery of the “PLC” or of the data setting panel is getting used up, the system
will automatically display the first page and point out the state of the battery itself.
The first page also allows the digital activation of the “Stop” and “Run” controls of the “PLC”, thus
avoiding the manual opening of the “PLC” box when reactivating the system in case of failure.

F Warning windows for scheduled maintenance

The system automatically displays some screens of scheduled maintenance, reminding the crane
operator of some recommended interventions or inspections to be carried out.

Every 50 hours Every 160 hours

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Every 460 hours Every 800 hours

Every 1500 hours Every 50 working hours with 2-part line


engaged

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4 PARAMETER TABLES

4.1 PARAMETERS FOR SETTING UP THE “RANGE” AND “HEIGHT” FUNCTIONS

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4.2 PARAMETERS FOR SETTING UP THE “ MOMENT” FUNCTIONS

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2400 3100 3700 4300 5000 5000 5000
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 1950 2650 3250 3850 4550 5050 5550
Tare (2-Part Line) 609 609 609 609 609 609 609
Tare (4-Part Line) 1068 1068 1068 1068 1068 1068 1068
Max. moment 196170 223080 233172 236064 235956 220248 198540
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000

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&UDQH0RGHO &77
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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 1400 1700 2200 2600 3000 3000 3000
Tip Load (4-Part Line)
Tare (2-Part Line) 445 445 445 445 445 445 445
Tare (4-Part Line)
Max. moment 104796 116474 103949 134894 135389 118164 100939
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000
Max. Load (4-Part Line)

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 1250 1550 2050 2450 3000 3000 3000
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 1250 1550 2050 2450 3100 3650 4400
Tare (2-Part Line) 580 580 580 580 580 580 580
Tare (4-Part Line) 580 580 580 580 580 580 580
Max. moment 103944 115659 103359 134229 144624 145089 145914
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 1650 2150 2650 3000 3000 3000 3000
Tip Load (4-Part Line)
Tare (2-Part Line) 445 445 445 445 445 445 445
Tare (4-Part Line)
Max. moment 124234 140909 121634 152614 135389 118164 100939
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000
Max. Load (4-Part Line)

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 1500 2000 2500 3000 3000 3000 3000
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4300 5150
Tare (2-Part Line) 580 580 580 580 580 580 580
Tare (4-Part Line) 580 580 580 580 580 580 580
Max. moment 123344 140094 121044 158594 160344 167384 167889
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000

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&UDQH0RGHO &77
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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 1600 2100 2600 3100 3600 4000 4000
Tip Load (4-Part Line)
Tare (2-Part Line) 490 490 490 490 490 490 490
Tare (4-Part Line)
Max. moment 123728 140378 121128 158678 160328 153558 131108
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000
Max. Load (4-Part Line)

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 1450 1950 2450 2950 3450 4000 4000
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 1450 1950 2450 2950 3450 4250 5100
Tare (2-Part Line) 660 660 660 660 660 660 660
Tare (4-Part Line) 660 660 660 660 660 660 660
Max. moment 124912 141462 121912 159562 161112 167922 168192
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2150 2650 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000
Tip Load (4-Part Line)
Tare (2-Part Line) 445 445 445 445 445 445 445
Tare (4-Part Line)
Max. moment 153624 167749 135044 152269 135044 117819 100594
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000
Max. Load (4-Part Line)

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4000 4000
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 2000 2500 3000 3500 4200 4950 5950
Tare (2-Part Line) 580 580 580 580 580 580 580
Tare (4-Part Line) 580 580 580 580 580 580 580
Max. moment 152736 166936 140336 180336 187376 189126 190676
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2100 2600 3100 3600 4000 4000 4000
Tip Load (4-Part Line)
Tare (2-Part Line) 490 490 490 490 490 490 490
Tare (4-Part Line)
Max. moment 153328 167478 140728 180778 176008 153558 131108
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 2100 2600 3100 3600 4000 4000 4000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 1950 2450 2950 3450 4000 4000 4000
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 1950 2450 2950 3450 4150 4900 5900
Tare (2-Part Line) 660 660 660 660 660 660 660
Tare (4-Part Line) 660 660 660 660 660 660 660
Max. moment 154512 168562 141512 181662 188552 190152 191552
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 1900 2600 3100 3600 4000 4000 4000
Tip Load (4-Part Line)
Tare (2-Part Line) 490 490 490 490 490 490 490
Tare (4-Part Line)
Max. moment 153438 182928 194578 160328 198458 176008 153558
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000
Max. Load (4-Part Line)

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2400 2900 3400 4000 4000 4000 2400
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 2400 2900 3400 4000 4700 5600 2400
Tare (2-Part Line) 660 660 660 660 660 660 660
Tare (4-Part Line) 660 660 660 660 660 660 660
Max. moment 181152 192952 159152 205972 210112 214092 181152
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2900 3500 4100 4800 5600 6000 6000 6000 6000
Tip Load (4-Part Line)
Tare (2-Part Line) 800 750 700 650 650 650 650 650 650
Tare (4-Part Line)
Max. moment 274170 293675 360480 322095 338125 326515 293265 260015 227675
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000
Max. Load (4-Part Line)

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2600 3200 3900 4600 5400 6000 6000 6000 6000
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 2600 3200 3900 4600 5400 6200 7300 8400 9500
Tare (2-Part Line) 1200 1100 1000 900 900 900 900 900 900
Tare (4-Part Line) 1200 1100 1000 900 900 900 900 900 900
Max. moment 281580 297130 367990 325050 340830 348610 361620 363630 354640
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2900 3500 4100 4800 5600 6400 7500 8000 8000
Tip Load (4-Part Line)
Tare (2-Part Line) 800 750 700 650 650 650 650 650 650
Tare (4-Part Line)
Max. moment 274170 293675 360480 322095 338125 346155 359415 338215 294965
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000
Max. Load (4-Part Line)

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2600 3200 3900 4600 5400 6200 7300 8000 8000
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 2600 3200 3900 4600 5400 6200 7300 8400 9500
Tare (2-Part Line) 1200 1100 1000 900 900 900 900 900 900
Tare (4-Part Line) 1200 1100 1000 900 900 900 900 900 900
Max. moment 281580 297130 367990 325050 340830 348610 361620 363630 354640
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2500 3550 4800 6150 7300 8000 8000 8000 8000
Tip Load (4-Part Line)
Tare (2-Part Line) 1000 950 900 850 800 800 800 800 800
Tare (4-Part Line)
Max. moment 294350 355950 422370 483700 519210 520080 476080 432080 344080
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000
Max. Load (4-Part Line)

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2000 3100 4400 5800 7000 8000 8000 8000 8000
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 2000 3100 4400 5800 7000 8300 10500 12000 16000
Tare (2-Part Line) 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100
Tare (4-Part Line) 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100
Max. moment 294350 355950 422370 483700 519210 555540 627560 643210 668610
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2500 3600 4800 6200 7300 8700 10000 10000 10000
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 1600 2800 4100 5600 6700 8200 10400 12000 16000
Tare (2-Part Line) 970 870 870 770 770 770 670 670 670
Tare (4-Part Line) 1900 1700 1700 1500 1500 1300 1300 1300 1300
Max. moment 294000 355500 429200 489900 524800 560500 631800 651700 674700
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 10000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 2400 3500 4700 6100 7200 8600 10800 12000 12000
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 1500 2700 4000 5500 6600 8100 10300 11800 15800
Tare (2-Part Line) 970 870 870 770 770 770 670 670 670
Tare (4-Part Line) 1900 1700 1700 1500 1500 1300 1300 1300 1300
Max. moment 285600 347600 421800 483000 518400 554600 626400 641900 666900
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000 12000
Max. Load (4-Part Line) 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000 24000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 1400 2500 3800 5100 6300 7700 9800 12100 15400
Tip Load (4-Part Line)
Tare (2-Part Line) 2070 1970 1870 1770 1670 1670 1670 1670 1670
Tare (4-Part Line)
Max. moment 291480 353130 419580 474030 510080 552830 619380 674730 665730
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 1900 3000 4400 5600 6800 8200 10300 12200 15600
Tip Load (4-Part Line)
Tare (2-Part Line) 1620 1520 1420 1320 1320 1320 1320 1320 1320
Tare (4-Part Line)
Max. moment 295680 357080 430680 477480 519680 561680 627480 662480 659880
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000

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Tip Load (2-Part Line) 800 2000 3400 4800 6100 7500 9600 12100 15400
Tip Load (4-Part Line) 800 2000 3400 4800 6100 7500 9600 12100 15400
Tare (2-Part Line) 2770 2570 2370 2170 1970 1970 1970 1970 1970
Tare (4-Part Line) 2770 2570 2370 2170 1970 1970 1970 1970 1970
Max. moment 299880 361030 426980 480930 516480 558730 624780 689430 677430
Max. Load (2-Part Line) 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000 16000

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