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STT200 CONCISE MANUAL

TOWER CRANE STT200 CONCISE MANUAL

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Tel: ++ 44/ 1707 600 199 – Fax: ++44/ 1707 600 188 -8- EURC1. the technical data in this manual are subject to change without warning. technical updates are from time to time necessary. This is the result of a constant technological research. The absence of tie-bars allows an optimized erection (quicker and safer).ENG . Topless tower cranes. Potters Bar EN6 3DQ Hertfordshire• U. The best solution for installation in job sites next to airports or in the city with several cranes in use and interfering working areas. and high technology are the success of Yongmao’s topless tower cranes all over the world. quality. Cranborne Road.PREFACE Dear Customer Jinlong Europe. a revolutionary evolution! Reliability. In Europe all our cranes are CE approved.0. Jinlong Europe Zandvoorstraat 10/6 2800 Mechelen. Belgium Tel: ++ 32/15 28 54 54 – Fax: ++32/15 20 96 80 Jinlong Europe UK & Ireland Unit 14 The Enterprise Centre. a revolutionary evolution.K. safety. The use of small sized mobile cranes saves air space. Therefore. Because of our relentless efforts to improve our products.

................................ 46 2..2...................................................12 1.......................................................1. 18 1.......................49 2....1.....................4................. 33 1........15 1..2....... 111 1.............4.........................................................................1............................................. FROM DUAL REEVING TO SINGLE REEVING.......6........34 1.. MAST 2X2M L68A1 ...... STANDARD CONFIGURATION ..........................................................................................21 1....... 2.....................................................................3.......1.................................5 M.................................0.......................3................................... EXPLANATION OF THE SYMBOLS......................................... MAST 2X2 M – L68A1 – CHASSIS 6 X 6 M ..................................1................................................. OPERATING FUNCTIONS . RE-REEVING (SEE FIG...2......................... 49 2....2....................................2.............4........................................1.....1......................................3............... 47 2....12 1........3.. PROGRAMMABLE PLC CONTROLLER ..................4.... 21 1................................................................................... 17 1.......................5 X 4.............................3............2................2..........................41 1........... 17 1..27 1............................... PARTS AND MAINTENANCE..................................... 12 1...............................4...... INTRODUCTION......................... INSTALLING THE FOUNDATION ANCHORS ...................... 46 2...............................................1......................6..........................................3 MAST 1.....6 M – S15 – CHASSIS 4................. 50 -9- EURC1.........................3.48 2.................2................31 1...4...................................................... PREPARING THE CONSTRUCTION SITE ..............................................................3.........1..................................................................................................................1................... FREQUENCY CONVERTER ................1...........2.........................................29 1...................................2..2........... FROM SINGLE REEVING TO DUAL REEVING.................................. 41 1............................2 DIMENSION OF COUNTER-JIB BALLAST........................................... COUNTER-JIB BALLAST .......................... SOIL PRESSURE AND CHOICE OF CONCRETE BLOCKS ON FIXING ANGLES......................................20 1..............................................2.......4.....5.................................ENG ......................1.......................................... DIGITAL ACTUATOR USE DIRECTIONS...43 CHAPTER 2.............4...........17 1................................................................1......... 29 1......................................... 20 1.............2..................CONTENTS CHAPTER 1............................2.....................26 1............................................................ OPERATING PRINCIPLE..............6................. 48 2.................. 45 2.......... SPACE REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSEMBLY..........................................................................2...4........................ TECHNICAL DATA........................................ CENTRAL BALLAST....................1......................3......................................................................1.............................................................4.............................................................................. SPECIFICATIONS ..... CENTRAL BALLAST DETAILS ....33 1. INTRODUCTION ............................... COMPOSITION OF THE WINCH UNIT ................6 X 1................................................................................... CONCRETE FOUNDATION FOR FOUNDATION ANCHORS......................1........................... PREPARATION....................5........................................................4................. DIMENSIONAL FEATURES OF THE FOUNDATION ANCHORS ................. INTRODUCTION ......................................... DIMENSIONS........................................ WINCH UNIT ..3-1)...........................................................2.............................................................1...................................5..

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MAST 2X2M L68A1 1.6m 2. MAST 2X2 m – L68A1 – CHASSIS 6 X 6 m 16.8m 12t 3.1.2t 54m 50m 2. SPECIFICATIONS 1.1.1-a 12 .0m 60m 3.2t 6.0m 62.2m 3.2.7t 44m 3.1.0t 40m 3.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1.7t 34m 4.3t 30m 5.1.1.0t Fig.1.

00 6.98 5.90 12.4m 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 .1-a R 60 54 50 44 40 34 30 Fall IV II IV II IV II IV II IV II IV II IV II R(max C(max ) ) m t 14.4 44.40 12.00 25 6. 4m H 63 62 61 60 59 153m 50 49 48 47 46 125.73 4.04 2.94 6.03 4.69 6.1.37 4.34 6.30 6.50 6.9 11 46.4 20.70 60 1.05 5.4 29.00 7.60 6.00 8.87 3.5m L68G21 L 6 F8 2 G 2 2 0.0 30.00 54 2.60 12.9 40.0 29.50 12.22 3.9 25.5m 3m L68G21 32.75 6.00 9. 5m 3m 12.76 5.00 9.2a 13 7.4 26.9 15 58.29 4.44 3.20 2.34 5.50 3.80 12.96 6.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL Table 1.48 2.05 5.05 6.4 10 38.00 7.20 3.61 3.4 89.9 22.51 2.70 12.39 5.9 161.0 15.00 8.91 3.70 5.4 8 7 6 2x2m 5 L68B1 4 3 L68A1 2 1 7. 4m 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 H 27 26 25 24 23 17 16 15 45m 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 L68A1 3m 3 2 1 7.46 5.50 3.0 28.97 2.4 17.54 4.0 15.90 6.18 4.30 2.4 13 12 47.20 197.0 25.76 2.37 6.79 6.9 10 9 8 7 6 2x2m 5 L68B1 4 43.4 9 35.02 6.4 15 53.00 34 4.00 3.99 4. 4m H 39 38 37 36 35 27 81m 26 25 24 23 17 16 15 45m 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 39 117m 38 37 36 35 27 26 25 24 23 17 16 15 45m 14 13 12 11 10 39 38 37 36 35 27 81m 26 25 24 23 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 59.9 37.65 4.0 20 7.80 4.9 34.0 15.00 8.67 4. 4m H H(m) 17 59.00 6.00 7.80 3.1.00 6. 4m H 51 50 49 48 47 11 41.9 28.15m F3 F1 6mx6m Fig.0 15.14 3.75 5.02 3.00 8.4 14 50.4 H(m) 16 61.30 44 2.46 3.70 5.9 12 49.4 16 56.0 30.00 6.80 6.1.70 2.0 14.9 31.00 6.20 40 3.43 6.9 14 55.25 6.56 6.51 5.70 50 2.9 19.20 12.22 6.4 11.09 5.46 3.9 16.4 14.0 27.9 13 52.32 4.90 6.00 6.00 30 4.0 14.0 27.16 6.4 23.00 7.22 3.

5 4x2.5t 107t 130t Crane weight without load or ballast with longest jib and at maximum height.0 9.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL Table 1.0 3.4 12.6 2.8 rpm 0—0.8 rpm 12.2-3 Rope capacity Motor kW Hoisting 55LFV30 70RCS30 580m >580m* 550m >550m* 55 51. Crane mechanism specifications Name Code Speed/ Hoist weight m/min 0—44 0—53 0—88 0—40 0—80 t 6.0 Table 1.2 6.0 6.m 2x10.6/5.1.5 120N.8 1.0 4.m 2x 145N.2 Trolleying Slewing DTC120 RTC290 YMD100 0→68 m/min 0—0.2-a F2 F3 In service 129t 84t 102t 161t 121t Out of service F1 87.0 m/min 0—22 0—27 0—44 0—20 0—40 t 12.5-25m/min Traveling RT * Please consult us 14 .1.

1.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1.1.3 MAST 1.6 m – S15 – CHASSIS 4.5 m Fig.1.5 x 4.1.2-1 Table 1.2-2 15 .6 x 1.

1.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL Table 1.5 120N.5-25m/min Travelling RT * Please consult us 16 .5 4x2.6/5.8 rpm 12.m 2x10.0 6. Crane mechanism specifications Name Code Speed / Hoist weight m/min 0—44 0—53 0—88 0—40 0—80 t 6.4 12.2t 107T 61t Craneweight without load or ballast with longest jib and maximum height.0 m/min 0—22 0—27 0—44 0—20 0—40 t 12.0 4.2a F2 F3 In service 129t 84t 102T 161t 121t Out of service F1 81.3a Rope capacity Motor kW Hoisting 55LFV30 70RCS30 580m >580m* 550m >550m* 55 51.2 6.8 1.2 Trollying Slewing DTC120 RTC290 YMD100 0→68 m/min 0—0.0 9.m 2x 145N.0 Table 1.8 rpm 0—0.1.0 3.6 2.

1. INTRODUCTION This brochure provides the dimensions of the space requirements for the crane.1. 17 . .The crane is shown in three parts: − Foundation anchors and undercarriage − Mast composition − Range and jib length Based on the provided dimensions. ATTENTION: The provided dimensions do not take account of sagging under load or any manufacturing tolerances.The entire crane with indication of the most important dimensions.2.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1.1.2. They consist of two sets: . you can prepare the assembly of the crane. PREPARING THE CONSTRUCTION SITE 1. SPACE REQUIREMENTS FOR ASSEMBLY 1.2.

DIMENSIONS 1.2.1. 0m 5 1 2 2.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1. 1m 60.1.2. 2m 19 20 18 17 12 2.2.2. 0m 10 9 7 11 13 8 14 16 15 6 2. Total crane 16. 0x2. 0x2. 0x3.1-1 18 .2.1. 0m 3 4 6x6m Fig. 0x3.1.

STT200 CONCISE MANUAL N° 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Name Foundation anchor Brace strut Central ballast (untercarriage) Bogie Mast section Mast section Telescoping cage Telescoping mechanism Lower slewing Upper slewing N° 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Name Slewing mechanism Tower head Jib Trolley mechanism Trolley Hook assembly Counter jib Hoist mechanism Electric control system Counterweight 19 .

Potters Bar • EN6 3DQ Hertfordshire • U.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1.2. PREPARATION TO BE PREPARED BY THE CLIENT: The concrete foundation of the foundation anchors must be executed on basis of the parameters in Table 1.1.Tel: ++ 32/ 15 28 54 54 – Fax: ++32/ 15 20 96 80 and • Jinlong Europe UK & Ireland • Unit 14 The Enterprise Centre. taking account of the stability requirements of the crane. Cranborne Road. ATTENTION: The listed parameters are minimum values to be observed.1.3.3. 1 Jinlong Europe • Zandvoorstraat 10/6 • 2800 Mechelen • Belgium . Tel: ++ 44/ 1707 600 199 – Fax: ++44/ 1707 600 188 20 . CONCRETE FOUNDATION FOR FOUNDATION ANCHORS 1.3.K. Please contact us in case of deviating conditions1.

1-2 59.90 1.60 1.70 59.25 1.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1.2.4 17 pB b h 181 6.1. STANDARD CONFIGURATION M v Fh h Fv Fg b e= M v + Fh ⋅ h b ≤ Fv + Fg 3 M v + Fh ⋅ h b ≤ Fv + Fg 3 e= l e pB = 2( Fv + Fg ) 3bl ≤ [ pB ] Mv: Fv: L: YM: ES: e: pB: Over turning moment(kNm) Crane weight(kN) Jib length(m) Types of concrete blocks In service Offset(m) Soil pressure(kN/m2) Fh: n: Fg: HS: b: [pB]: Horizontal force(kN) Mast section n° (stationary) Concrete block weight Out of service Dimension of concrete blocks(m) Admissible soil pressure(kN/m2) Table 1.1-1 H n R=60 Mv Es 2824 35 912 Hs 3756 145 812 Table 1.3.4 17 Fh Fv H n Fg YM101N 1010 341 5.35 21 .3.45 1. SOIL PRESSURE AND CHOICE OF CONCRETE BLOCKS ON FIXING ANGLES. 1.2.70 YM169N 1690 159 6.3.35 YM126N 1260 YM142N 1420 218 5.3.

STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 20 555 ( e=17) 2 33H A25x625 A16x155 ( e=51) 3 11x11H 1 33H A25x625 555 ( e=17) 135 70 130 20 1 33H A25x625 2 33H A25x625 555 ( e=17) 555 ( e=17) 560 560 M101N L=560cm;I=560cm;H=135cm;V=42m3 22 280 .

STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 20 20 610 ( e=12) 2 52H A25x680 20 20 3 14x14=196H A16 ( e=48) 610 ( e=12) 1 52H A25x680 70 130 135 20 620 ( e=12) 1 52H A25x690 20 20 2 52H A25x690 620 ( e=12) 20 625 D 2. 4 : 625 M126N L=625cm;I=625cm;H=135cm;V=53m3 23 .

5) 590 D 2. 5) 20 620 ( e=15. 4 : 590 M142N L=590cm;I=590cm;H=170cm;V=59m3 24 130 20 20 585 ( e=15.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 2 38H A25x645 20 20 1 38H A25x645 585 ( e=15. 5) 170 1 38H A25x655 2 38H A25x655 20 20 20 620 ( e=15. 5) 70 3 12x12=144H A16x190 ( e=46. 5) .

STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 20 20 2 55H A20x700 640 ( e=11. 8) 170 20 20 640 ( e=12) 1 55H A25x710 20 20 640 ( e=12) 2 55H A25x710 645 645 D 2. 8) 1 55H A20x700 70 20 3 13x13=169H A20x190 ( e=47) 20 640 ( e=11. 4 : M169N L=645cm;I=645cm;H=170cm;V=71m3 25 165 .

1.3. 26 150 Earthing .3-1 ATTENTION: Cutting or reducing the reinforcement in the foundation is prohibited.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1. based on the dimensions of the mast to be erected (see Fig.3.3. The distance between the topside of the mounting plate and the topside of the foundation block must be 150 mm.3. 600 600 2000 2000 Fig.3-1).1. DIMENSIONAL FEATURES OF THE FOUNDATION ANCHORS The foundation anchors are placed symmetrically in the foundation block and are to form a 2-by-2 m square.

Check perpendicularity in both directions after assembly of the lower mast section on the framework.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1. Install the foundation anchor on the reinforcement and adjust by means of filling plates. Adjust if necessary. The difference between respectively the diagonals and the bearing surface heights may be at the most 2 mm. INSTALLING THE FOUNDATION ANCHORS The foundation anchors are mounted by means of: − 4 foundation anchors and 8 associated pins − 1 foundation framework and 8 associated pins − 1 standard mast section − 1 plumb line or measuring device Check the framework for any deformation during transport.4. Pour the concrete block and wait until it is completely hardened before removing the mast section and the framework 27 .3.

3.1.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL Plumb Perpendicular line Standard section Mast section 2 Pins in each corner Perpendicular 2 Pins in each corner 150 4 Fixing angles Fig.4-1 28 .

4t 63.4m 20.8t 31.6t 74.4m 14.8t 31.2-2. The central ballast must be composed according to the table below (taking account of the mast composition).4m 59.4.4m 17.8t 31.8t 42.8t 31. The ballast is to be supplied by the client in accordance with Fig.4m 26.4m NR 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 6 7 8 10 ND 6C+6D 6C+6D 6C+6D 6C+6D 6C+6D 6C+6D 6C+6D 6C+6D 6C+6D 6C+6D 6C+6D 6C+6D 8C+8D 12C+12D 14C+14D 16C+16D 20C+20D LD 31. CENTRAL BALLAST 1. 1.4m 53.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1. .2-1.8t 31. Required minimum soil pressure: 2.4m 41.8t 31.4.4m 56.4m 44.4m 32.8t 31.4m 35.1.8t 106.4.4m 50. The blocks are marked with the letters C or D.4m 29.4m 23.0 kg/cm2 (200kN/m2).CHASSIS L68A1 CP 2+1+1 2+2+1 2+3+1 2+4+1 HUH 13.0t C D D C 2+5+1 2+6+1 2+7+1 2+8+1 2+9+1 2+10+1 2+11+1 CP: Mast composition HUH: Hook height NR: Number of layers ND: Number of blocks LD: Ballast obtained 2+12+1 2+13+1 2+14+1 2+15+1 2+16+1 2+17+1 29 .2t 84.8t 31.4m 47.4m 38.8t 31. 1.4. INTRODUCTION The central ballast consists of reinforced concrete blocks symmetrically placed on the undercarriage for the chassis.8t 31.8t 31.

TYPE YZ48X B blok A blok A blok A blok A blok A blok A blok CP 2+1+1 2+2+1 2+3+1 2+4+1 2+5+1 2+6+1 2+7+1 HUH NR ND 6A+1B 6A+1B 6A+1B 6A+1B 6A+1B 6A+1B 6A+1B LD 70.4m 7 34.2t 70.9m 7 29.2t 70.2t 70.4m 7 45.9m 7 40.4m 7 23.2t 70.2t 70.9m 7 30 .2t 13.2t 70.9m 7 19.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL .

t 100 720 ※ Q235-B Form M 220 R30 R10 ( ※) R20 2 3 4 220 220 880 160 480 115 R3 0 Reinforced concrete P:2800kg D:2. CENTRAL BALLAST DETAILS 150 900 250 420 750 1 2 1500 3 750 4 450 100 C 500 2 1 All dimensions tolerances: ±1cm Rep : Serial No.4.4.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1.2-2 31 250 540 .3 Fig.2. 1. & : Diameter N : Quantity Lu : Unit length cm Lt : Total length cm Form: Form M : Material REP 1 & mm 40 10 10 10 N 2 8 4 3 L.u 50 90 L.

u L.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 500 150 900 250 500 420 750 1 1500 2 3 750 4 450 100 500 All authorized dimensions +/.3 Fig. φ Reference Pos: : Diameter N : Quantity & L.u Diameter in mm : Unit length cm L.t Numberlength cm : Total N Form Length in cm : Form Lu M : Material Lt Total length in cm & Form Reinforcement type REP N L.4.1 cm All dimensions tolerances: ±1cm 2 D 1 Rep : Serial No.t mm M Material 1 40 2 50 100 2 220 2 R0 Form 250 540 M Q235-B 220 R30 R0 1 ( ※) 10 10 10 8 4 3 90 720 ※ 3 4 220 880 160 480 R3 0 115 Reinforced concrete P:2500kg D:2.2-2 32 . 1.

care must be taken to ensure that they cannot be chipped or become loose while operating the crane.2. These blocks are suspended one by one at the rear of the counter-jib. We recommend weighing the concrete blocks and marking their weight with paint on a visible side of the block. B or C. The counter-jib ballast is governed by the length of the jib.2-1.1.5. Composition and structural dimensions are dealt with in point 5. INTRODUCTION The counter-jib ballast consists of various reinforced concrete blocks A.5. 33 . alter dimension X to bring the blocks within the indicated tolerance. The admissible tolerance is +50 0 kg per block. The ballast is to be supplied by the client in accordance with Fig.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1. 1. During installation. COUNTER-JIB BALLAST 1.5. To allow for concrete density changes.

2 DIMENSION OF COUNTER-JIB BALLAST Length of jib Length of counter jib 30 16.2 54 16.4 2.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1.5.4 Weight(kg) 4000 2000 1000 Tolerance ±1% ±2% ±2% The dimension and parameter of counterweight see the following counterweight drawing in details.2 50 16.2 60 16.2 44 16.2 34 16. 34 .2 40 16.2 During Blocks 2A+B+C 3A 3A+C 3A+B 4A 4A+C 4A+B working and telescoping weight(kg) 11000 12000 13000 14000 16000 17000 18000 Block type A B C Density (t/m3) 2.4 2.

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STT200 CONCISE MANUAL T 742719-1 4000 kg 37 .

STT200 CONCISE MANUAL T 742719-2 2000 kg 38 .

STT200 CONCISE MANUAL T 742719-3 1000 kg 39 .

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2. . From dual reeving to single reeving . . connecting arm (5) and single hook block (4). 4 3 5 9 8 - Fig.1.6.2.Remove the connecting pin (8).4.Reinstall the connecting pin (8) on the single hook block and secure it with cotter pins.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1.4.4.Bring the trolley against the jib foot and fasten it.Lower the hoist hook down to the ground (vertical position).6. RE-REEVING (SEE FIG.3-1) 1. .4.2.2.3-1 41 .

. both trolleys become separated. 1 2 4 9 8 Fig.Convert to dual reeving.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL Hoist the single hook block (4) against the trolley (jib) (see Fig.2.2. .When the trolley (2) is being run out.Reinstall the connecting pin (8) and cotter pins (9) on the rear trolley.This concludes the transition from dual (4-rope) reeving to single (2- rope) reeving.4. .1-2). the following periodic maintenance must be performed. 2.2. let the trolley run a few times over the entire jib length while veering and hoisting the load hook over the entire hoisting height.3.3-2 ATTENTION: . .Revert to single (2-rope) reeving 42 . .4. .4.Remove the trolley connection pin (8) between both trolleys (1) and (2).4.If operating a significant amount of time with single reeving.

Lower the single hook block (4) down to the ground.Press the switch button on the operating panel.3.This concludes the transition from single to dual reeving.4.2. 2 4 9 3 8 6 Fig.Connect both trolleys with the connecting pin (8) and secure it with the cotter pins (9). From single reeving to dual reeving .2. . 2-5-10). . .Bring the front trolley (2) against the rear trolley (1) (opposite the jib foot). 1 43 . 9 and 10) (see Fig.6.2. .4. .Connect both hook blocks (4 and 3) by means of the fittings (8.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1.

The traveling wheel (nylon wheel) of the trolley must be replaced every two year. an imbalance can occur.The crane is designed to work with single reeving up to the maximum freestanding height. . which will lead to diminished hoisting capacities.In case of higher heights. . In that case. 44 .Working in single reeving configuration with cranes installed above freestanding mast height.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL ATTENTION: . . Please contact us on this. the hook blocks must be ballasted.

WINCH UNIT 45 .STT200 CONCISE MANUAL CHAPTER 2.

4. EXPLANATION OF THE SYMBOLS LFV (EX.2-1 . COMPOSITION OF THE WINCH UNIT The LFV winch unit consists of the following components: See Fig.Support frame [chassis] (7) 46 . D for high speed motor Load capacity of single wire Frequency controlled Motor power in kW 2.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 2.Motor ventilator (6) .Gear box (3) . 4.Frequency controlled driving motor (1) .2-1 Fig.Hoisting drum (4) . 90LFV60) Speed code.Brake mechanism (2) .Limiter (5) .2.1.

OPERATING PRINCIPLE The LFV frequency controlled system allows conversion of the 3phase supply (through an AC transformer) to a frequency controlled supply voltage. Schematic electric diagram: XL PLC Lfa PG LM Joystick Programmable controller Brake Converter Hoisting motor frequency-converter 47 .3.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 2.

48 .STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 2. PARTS AND MAINTENANCE 2.N: AC 220V Control panel 0°C~55°C 30% ~ 85% RH I/O voltage DC24V Connecting conditions Battery backup +/. PROGRAMMABLE PLC CONTROLLER The PLC must be checked regularly for proper operation.1.3 year Failure message: ERR: fire because of low battery backup voltage. ATTENTION: The battery must be replaced within 1 month.4. Part Description Parameter Supply voltage PLC voltage Dust-free ambient temperature and humidity Operating voltage Input/output voltage Actual connecting parameters Replace the batteries regularly L.4.

jogging.4. FREQUENCY CONVERTER Connect the frequency converter CIMR-G7A to the vector controller connection according to the wiring diagram. 2. Name and function for digital actuator 49 . The following shows the name and function of the key. DIGITAL ACTUATOR USE DIRECTIONS. Data Display Displays monitor data. and settings. Mode Display (Displayed at upper left of data display. ADV: Lit in Advanced Programming Mode.2. and auto tuning. constant numbers.4.2.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 2. Drive Mode Indicators FWD: Lit when there is a forward run command input REV: Lit when there is a reverse run command input SEQ: Lit when the run command from the control circuit terminal is enabled.) DRIVE: Lit in Drive Mode. Keys Execute operations such as setting user constants: monitoring. REF: Lit when the frequency reference from control circuit terminals A1and A2 is enabled. VERIFY: Lit in Verify Mode. ALARM: Lit when an error or alarm has occurred.1.

actuator discharge can take several minutes.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL NOTE: When disconnecting the power. there is a risk of electrocution when touching the components or the wiring. During that period. 50 .

Also used to switch from one display to another.2. Pressed to enter menu items. OPERATING FUNCTIONS General: Key Name LOCAL/REMOTE Key Function . This Key can be enabled or disabled when operating from the control circuit terminal by setting user constant o2-02.4.2. and increments set values. Selects the rotation direction of the motor when the Inverter is being operated from the Digital Operator Sets the number of digits for user constant settings. Also acts as the Reset Key when a fault has occurred. and increments set values. Selects menu items sets user constant numbers. MENU Key ESC Key JOG Key FWD/REV Key Shift/RESET Key Increment Key Decrement Key DATA/ENTER Key RUN Key STOP Key 51 . and set values.This Key can be enabled or disabled by setting user constant 02-01 Selects menu items (modes ) Returns to the status before the DATA/ENTER Key was pressed Enables jog operation when the Inverter is being operated from the Digital Operator. user constants. Stops Inverter operation. Selects menu items sets user constant numbers. Starts the Inverter operation when the Inverter is being controlled by the Digital Operator.Switches between operation via the Operator (LOCAL)and control circuit terminal operation(REMOTE). Used to move to the previous item or data. Used to move to the next item or data.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 2.

the customer could operate at actuator instead of open the electric control box during system is normal. checking and setting the parameter. DB (incipient excitation) RUN key is glitter and STOP key is light up. glitter and crush out. Monitor malfunction and maintenance for frequency converter 52 . STOP key. The following showing about the indicator light showing or RUN key and STOP key operating Indicator light and showing The parameter set and converter adjusted in the factory. The setting code ensures that system could run right. Therefore.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL Indicator light on the left or the RUN. stably and safely. Customer can operate by joysticks and the digital actuator is for repairing. the indicator light operating condition is light up.

Increase the deceleration time or connect a braking 1. regenerative energy Alternatively. (A short or ground fault can be caused by motor burn Reset the fault after damage. An open-phase occurred with the input power supply 2. A special-purpose motor or motor with a capacity too 53 . The wiring terminals for Under voltage correcting its cause the input power supply are loose. The voltage fluctuations in the input power supply are too large. 4. A momentary power loss occurred Main Circuit Reset the fault after 3. A short-circuit or ground fault occurred at the Inverter output. prevention selection during deceleration Main Circuit (L3-04). specifications. The deceleration time is resistor (or Braking too short and the Resistor Unit). The power supply so it’s within voltage is too high. enable from the motor is too (set to 1) the stall large. when an overshoot enable (set to 1) the occurs after over voltage inhibit acceleration is selection (L3-11) completed is too large Decrease the voltage 3. The regenerative energy In vector control. The load is too large or the acceleration / deceleration time is too short.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL Monitor malfunction and maintenance for frequency converter Display Explanation Cause Solution UV1 OV OC 1. Over voltage 2. worn insulation.) correcting its cause. Over current or a damaged cable.

3. There is a broken wire in Reset the fault after the motor winding. The wiring terminals for Main Circuit Reset the fault after the input power supply Voltage Fault correcting its cause are loose. 1. Output Open. An open-phase occurred in the input power supply. Control Power 2. correcting its cause. A magnetic switch was switched at the Inverter output. worn insulation.) 1. or a damaged cable. 4. The output terminals are phase loose The motor being used has a capacity less than 5% of the Check the motor and Inverter’s maximum motor Inverter capacity capacity 54 . The voltage balance between phases is bad. 5. Try turning the power supply off and on. Solution GF UV2 PF LF A ground fault occurred at the Inverter output. 1. The voltage fluctuations in the input power supply are too large. (A ground fault can be caused Reset the fault after Ground Fault by motor burn damage. 2.3. Replace the Fault Inverter if the fault continues to occur.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL Display Explanation Cause large for the Inverter is being used. There is a broken wire in the output cable 2. A momentary power loss occurred. correcting its cause.

The Motor Rated Current Check the Motor (E2-01) is incorrect. Replace the Inverter The Inverter capacity is too with one that has a low. of the acceleration. and cycle time are too short. characteristics. Overload The V/f characteristics Check the V/f voltage is too high. cycle times Inverter Overload The V/f characteristics Check the V/f voltage is too high. and time are too short. deceleration time. and Motor cycle times. Overshooting/Undershooting Adjust the gain again are occurring Check the reference The reference speed is too Over speed circuit and reference high gain The settings in F1-08and F1Check the settings in 09 aren’t appropriate F1-08 and F1-09 PG Fix the There is a break in the PG Disconnection broken/disconnected wiring Detected wiring The PG is wired incorrectly Fix the wiring Power isn’t being supplied to Supply power to the the PG PG properly The load is too heavy. The load and the length acceleration time. deceleration time and cycle deceleration. Rated Current (E2-01) Check the size of the The load is too heavy. deceleration.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL Display Explanation Cause The ambient temperature is too high. larger capacity. There is a heat source nearby Solution Install a cooling unit Remove the heat source Replace the cooling fan (Contact our sale representative) OH Cooling Fin Overheating The Inverter’s cooling fan has stopped OL1 OL2 OS PGO Check the size of the load and the length of the acceleration. characteristics. 55 . The acceleration time.

STT200 CONCISE MANUAL Display Explanation Cause — The load is too heavy The acceleration time and deceleration time are too short Solution Check for open circuit when using brake (motor) Reduce the load Lengthen the acceleration time and deceleration time Check the mechanical system Check the settings in F1-10 and F1-11 Check for open circuit when using brake (motor) Try turning the power supply off and on again Replace the Inverter Try turning the power supply off and pm again Replace the Inverter Try turning the power supply off and on again Replace the Inverter Try turning the power supply off and on again Replace the Inverter DEV Excessive Speed Deviation The load is locked The settings in F1-10and F1-11 — — The control circuit is damaged CPF02 Base block circuit error CPF03 EEPROM error — The control circuit is damaged CPF04 CPU internal — A/D converter error The control circuit is damaged CPU external — A/D converter error The control circuit is damaged The Option Card is not connected properly CPF05 Turn off the power Option Card and insert the Card again CPF06 connection error The Inverter or Option Card Replace the Option is faulty Card or the Inverter NOTE: User needn’t alter setting. otherwise bring any change could influence running normally. 56 .

F1-09 setting error Wire of PG broken PGO Wire of PG broken PG connecting error PG without supply Overload DEV Deviation of speed too Accelerating time too long Speed of load is locking state F1-10. insert card Replace card OS Over speed Appointed speed too high F1-08. F1-11 setting error OPR CPF02 CPF03 CPF04 CPF05 CPF06 Digital actuator contacting not good Base electrode locking not good Not good Controlling return circuit broken Controlling return circuit broken Controlling return circuit broken Controlling return circuit broken Selection card connecting error Selection card broken PG-B2 connecting not good NOTE: User needn’t alter setting.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL Display Explanation Cause Up impulse/ under impulse Solution Adjust gain Adjust appointed return circuit and gain Confirm the setting value Connecting broken wire Correct wiring Supply normally Reduce load Prolong accelerating time Check winch Confirm setting value Check signal PG disturbance Confirm actuator input Regulate supply ON/OFF Replace the converter Regulate supply ON/OFF Regulate supply ON/OFF Regulate supply ON/OFF Supply OFF. otherwise bring any change could influence running normally. 57 .

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Gradually increase or decrease the slewing speed.1. The slew brake may only be used to position the jib during hoisting at wind speeds < 13 m/s (46 km/h).1. 59 .1. DESCRIPTION: Select the slewing speed suitable for the required movement. EXPLANATION OF THE SYMBOLS: R T C (ex. Avoid simultaneous slewing and hoisting to prevent damage to the hoist rope (rope twisting risk).STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 3. RTC435) Couple (Nm) Eddy current Voltage timing Slewing mechanism 3. Slow down gradually instead of stopping the load abruptly with the slew brake.

Electrodynamics coupling/brake to perform the speed changes.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 3. Slewing limiter.2. SLEWING UNIT 3. Techno-dynamo. DESCRIPTION The RTC slewing unit consists of: Motor with squirrel-cage armature turning at constant speed in the desired direction.2. A gearwheel in which the clutch engages directly on the slewing ring. Safety brakes mounted on the electrodynamics coupling/brake. The crane can be put in weathervaning both manually and electrically. for speed control.1. - 60 .

STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 3. OPERATION - Make the motor run in the desired direction. The brake releases. the desired speed can be obtained by means of the control box.The electrodynamics brake inductor is supplied with direct current. the operator presses the slewing brake button (XRFS). At Standstill: . In that way. .The safety brake only locks when. power is supplied to the inductor of the electrodynamics brake and the jib is brought to a stop.The power supply to the motor is switched off. At the end of the workday. in case of necessity. the jib must be placed in weathervaning. . .2. ATTENTION: Stopping the jib by counter-slewing is prohibited.An amperage change in the inductor produces a speed change. 61 .2.

5. 3. 5. Motor Gearbox Weathervaning mechanism Slewing ring Limit switch Eddy current brake 3 1 6 5 2 4 Fig.2.2-1 62 .STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1. 4. 6. 2.

RTC SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM +V IC Contactor clockwise Contactor counterclockwise Adjustable 3IC -V Voltage feedback phase AC- RP IC IC Functional diagram Name RP: IC: Potentiometer Signal amplifier Operation: The control signal of the potentiometer RP (slewing mechanism RTC) is converted through the amplifier IC to a single and three-phase AC-voltage that directly controls the driving motor.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 3. 63 . The slewing direction is controlled through a separate signal.3.2.

STT200 CONCISE MANUAL RDi A RD B RM RG C AC48V RR Wiring diagram 64 .

Controls slewing acceleration and deceleration . Slewing movement from “0” position on joystick Slewing movement towards “0” position Shunt bridging 65 . The tower deforms Slewing stops suddenly.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 3. MALFUNCTIONS The slewing mechanism is provided with an electronic control device that: . Table 5.3. The tower deforms Slewing stops instantly.Prevents changing of the slewing direction by a control error - If a malfunction occurs. working with the crane must be stopped and its cause must be eliminated.3-1 Operation Normal Slewing starts gradually up to its maximum speed The slewing movement slows down and stops after 7-10 seconds Free slewing Abnormal Slewing starts abruptly.

- 66 . excessive voltage fluctuations. Check if the control box still works within the given parameters. Check the connections of each part for damage and/or improper tightening. Check if the inverter is intact and operates properly within the parameters. Potentiometer and joystick are not compatible or are incorrectly adjusted with reference to the resistance OR/2.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL NOTE: These malfunctions can have the following causes: Incorrect connection of the 380VAC/48VAC power upply.

SLEW BRAKE 3. When the button (2) is pushed. 67 .4.1. There may be no clearance at the brake lever (1). 3-4-1) 1) Weathervaning: Engage the manual brake lever (1). RELEASING THE BRAKE MANUALLY (SEE FIG. Release the manual brake lever (1) to let it rest on the clamp (3) and lock it. When putting in weathervaning is complete. according to movement A. ATTENTION: Locking of the weathervaning can jeopardize crane stability in case of high wind speeds.4. according to movement A.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 3. When weathervaning locking is complete. the clamp (3) comes under the brake lever (1). The clamp (3) releases by the spring (4) action. Adjust if necessary. Release the pushbutton (2). the slewing mechanism should be locked. 2) Locking of the weathervaning: Set the manual brake lever upright (1). Release the manual brake lever (1). the slewing mechanism must rotate freely.

3-4-1 68 .STT200 CONCISE MANUAL A 1 2 3 4 Fig.

Adjust if necessary.2 mm.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 3)Operating principle 1.4. This value must lie between 0. 5. 69 . Brake released E Fig.1-2 REMARK: “E” is the brake clearance. Brake coupled 2.8 mm and 1.

Brake released E Fig.2 REMARK: “E” is the brake clearance. This value must be at least 0. OPERATING PRINCIPLE 1. Brake coupled 2. adjust brake clearance. ELECTRICALLY CONTROLLED WEATHERVANING 3.8 mm and at the most 1. If not within these values.4.2. 5. DESCRIPTION: The electromagnetic brake becomes coupled when the current is cut.2.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 3.4.4. It has its own independent power supply.2.2 mm.2. 70 .2. 3.1.4.

.Check for presence of foreign matter between the brake linings (cement.Check air slot and brake torque. . etc. SLEW BRAKE MAINTENANCE Fig.) ATTENTION: The brakes must free from dust and foreign matter (such as cement. grease. - Programmed maintenance Every 200 hours or every month.4. etc.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 3. grease. Replace before they are completely worn. 71 .3.). 5.Insufficient braking moment is generated because of wear or damage of the brake disc (friction disc).4. sand.3 - Intermediate maintenance Maintenance must be performed if: .The control lamp no longer lights up. sand. . as well as the condition of the brake linings.

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3.4.4. WIRING DIAGRAM (see fig. 5.4.4-1)
R M R M

14 G 1Fa 13

Ra R

1 3 2 4

5 6

H VeM H VeM 7 8 9

16 15

LFa 11 12

Terminal strip for the connecting box of slewing (R 11~14 R 5、6 7~9 panel) 15、16 19~22 terminal terminal 1~4

H

1~9、11~16

47、48、49、46

F

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4.1. EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS D T C (EX. DTC55)
Couple Voltage regulator, brake Voltage regulator Trolley winch

Remark: The trolley speed must be selected according to the distance to be run. Increase and decrease speeds gradually

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The brake torque is set by a spring screw Fig.Gearbox .Electromagnetic brake .Rope drum .8 – 1. High speed.2. release through voltage control). The brake clearance is set in an identical way as for the slewing motor. 6.2-1): . realized by partial actuation of the electromagnetic brake and control of the motor voltage (380 V). realized by a combination of actuation of the electromagnetic brake and running of the motor at lower voltage (230 -260 V).Electric squirrel-cage motor . PV1: PV2: The disk brake of the trolley winch unit is of the regular closed type (i. the motor is run at its rated voltage (380 V) without excitation of the electromagnetic brake.2 mm.e. Normal brake clearance is 0.Disk brake Three speeds are available: MV: Low speed. Medium speed.2-1 item 14. 76 .STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 4. COMPOSITION OF THE TROLLEY WINCH UNIT The DTC trolley winch unit consists of the following components (see Fig. 6.

12. 13. 23. synch rev. Brake disc locknut Protection Spindle connection Bearing type 80212 Transmission axle Gear coupling. 3. 10. 17. 11. 1500 rpm Motor brake field excitation voltage DC-20 V Protection cover locknut Manual brake release lever Fixing nut Screw M8 for disc brake Brake pressure adjusting spring.36 Bearing type 60209 Sealing ring Trolley rope clamp 77 . 14. 8. model DXZ-4/FW Motor brake field excitation voltage DC-20 V Motor. speed ratio r = 30. 4. 4. 20. 21. 19. 7. 5. 22.2-1 1. 9. 16.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 Fig. 2. 18. 15. 6. Outer support plate Connecting rod Drum and gear housing Limit switch pin Inner support plate Limit switch.

3. Brake plate 6. Screw 9.2 mm.1-1 Brakes: When the current is cut. By this. Check the brake clearance for soiling (oil . TROLLEY BRAKE 4. the pressure disc (6) is attracted and the brake pressure spring (2) is pressed in. Cover E Brake Fig.3.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 4.8 to 1. Brake moment adjustment: The brake moment was factory-set 78 . Movable plate 5. Brake lining 8.1. Releasing the brake: When the excitation coils (1) is energized.1-1): The electromagnetic brake starts operating as soon as the power supply is cut. This closes the brake. Brake yoke nut 4. excitation coil 2. The brake is of the regular. the brake discs open up. Operating principle 1.3. Pressure disc 7. the electromagnetic attractive force disappears. Description (SEE FIG. 6. Brake clearance: Normal brake clearance is 0. 6.grease). The brake spring (2) pushes the pressure disc (6) back on the brake disc (5).3. closed type. Spring 3. 1. Brake clearance in the active range is automatically adjusted.

. PROGRAMMED MAINTENANCE Every 200 hours once a month: Check brake clearance and brake moment.8 – 1. Brake clearance is to be 0. ATTENTION: The brake must immediately be inspected if: - It does not work properly It is overheating Abnormal vibrations are noticed Braking torque is insufficient 79 . as well as the condition of the brake discs.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL Releasing the brake manually: The brake can be released manually by loosening the brake yoke (3).Attention: replace brake discs before they are completely worn.2 mm. Check if there is any foreign matter in the brake and if it is free from oil and grease.

WIRING DIAGRAM DMV1 DMV DPV1 DAV DAr RXDAr 0 档 SDAv SDM0 XDAV DFa RDMr RXDAv XDGV XDPV DPv 1S SDAr XDAr XDGV XDPV SD DPv 1S Engaged when energized Disengaged in deenergized condition Holding position 80 DGV DPV PD SD .4.STT200 CONCISE MANUAL 4.

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