MULTIQUIP C30HDG Specifications

INSTALLATION/OPERATION MANUAL
MIRATRON WIRELESS
REMOTE CONTROL RADIO
MAYCO MODEL C30HDG
Revision #0 (08/19/09)
THIS MANUAL MUST ACCOMPANY
THE EQUIPMENT AT ALL TIMES.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Warranty ............................. 3
Overview ............................ 4
Specifications .................... 5
Care And Handling ............. 6
Receiver Installation ......... 7-8
Cable Installation .............. 9
Wiring Diagram................... 10
Transmitter/Receiver ......... 11-12
Troubleshooting ................. 13
System Wiring Diagram ..... 14
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WARRANTY
LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY
Miratron Incorporated, hearafter referred to as Miratron, is providing this
warranty in lieu of all other express or implied warranties, including any
warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. This warranty
is buyer’s exclusive remedy for all claims against Miratron. Miratron shall
not be liable for any consequential or incidental damages. Miratron’s total
liability for all contracts, negligence, or other claims shall be limited to the
price paid for its product.
Miratron promises buyer that any Miratron product purchased by buyer shall
be free from all material defects in desgin, material, or manufacturing for a
period of one year from the manufacture date; provided, however, that the
warranty shall not extend to ordinary wear and tear or to normally replaceable
components (e.g., batteries).
During the warranty period, Miratron may repair or replace (in its sole
discretion) any product suffering from a warranty defect and returned
freight prepaid by buyer, with no charge to buyer for any warranty repair or
replacement.
The warranty shall remain in full force and effect for such 1 year period,
provided that the product: (1) was installed, operated, and maintained
properly; (2) has not been abused or misused; and (3) has not been repaired,
altered, or modified outside of Miratron’s authorized facilities. This warranty
provides specific legal rights that may be varied by state law.
Miratron products are not designed for life or safety applications.
Product specification subject to change without notice.
NOTICE
System must be physically disconnected from the
machine prior to welding on the machine. Welding
may cause permanent damage to sensitive electronic
components, and will void this warranty.
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OVERVIEW
ALWAYS read manual before attempting to operate the
equipment. Failure not to read manual could cause severe
equipment damage and or damage to the receiver and
transmitter.
Make sure work area is safe to operate radio control receiver and
transmitter.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
If any problems or malfunctions occur using this product, discontinue use
immediately, and refer to the Troubleshooting Guide in this manual. If the
problem persists, call your equipment dealer immediately for parts and or
service.
NOTICE
Disconnect and lock-out all power sources before
making any wiring connections to the receiver.
NOTICE
Improper operation of the transmitter receiver could
cause damage to the equipment. DO NOT allow
unauthorized personnel to operate this equipment
before reading manual.
NOTICE
MIRATRON, Inc. transmitters and receivers are not
intended for life or safety applications, MIRATRON,
Inc. shall not accept resposibility for installation,
application, or safety of machine or systems which
utilize MIRATRON, Inc. transmitters and receivers.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Table 1. Specifications
Miratron Model Number:
RX4 Radio Control Receiver
General:
CMD16-0135 ~ (MQ P/N EM98215)
Power Requirements
Radio:
12-24VDC, 500mA max
Frequency Standard
902-928 MHz, FHSS, ISM Band
Frequecy Control
Direct FM
FCC ID
OUR9XCITE (Standard)
Receiver Sensitivity
-106 dBM
Transmitter:
Range
CMD16-0135 ~ (MQ P/N EM98215)
300 ft. (91.44 meters) Line of Sight (Standard)
Battery Type
1.5 Volt “AA” Alkaline (4)
Battery Life (Standard)
Standby, 80 hrs. — Transmitt, 12-16 hrs.
Battery Life (Extended Range)
Standby, 40 hrs. — Transmitt, 6-8 hrs.
LED Indicator
Flashing = Battery Good
Double Blink = Battery Low
Enclosure:
Transmitter
Environmental:
Operating
Storage
High Impact Polystyrene
-14° F ~ 158° F (-10°C ~ 70° C)
-40° F ~ 185° F (-40°C ~ 85° C)
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CARE AND HANDLING
Transmitter:
 Clean transmitter gently with a damp cloth. DO NOT immerse transmitter
in water, or spray with hose. DO NOT store outside.
 DO NOT drop transmitter or otherwise subject transmitter to physical
shock.
 DO NOT expose transmitter to extreme temperatures.
 DO NOT open transmitter enclosure. Transmitter contains no serviceable
parts.
Receiver:
 Remove receiver from machine prior to welding on machine
 DO NOT paint electrical connector.
 Use only factory provided antenna and cabling.
 DO NOT open receiver enclosure except to change radio channel or make
adjustments to factory settings.
 Use transmitter to test functions. DO NOT apply voltage to circuit board
directly.
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RECEIVER INSTALLATION
Parts:
Make sure all parts are accounted for before performing the installation.
The following parts are included with the kit:
 Radio Transmitter
 Radio Receiver
 Spiral Antenna with associated mounting hardware
 Coaxial Antenna Cable
 Data /Power Cable (7-wire)
 Remote Control Cable
Battery Disconnection
1. Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery cable from the battery.
Ant enna Mounting
1. Drill a 3/4” hole into the hood on the C30HDG as shown in Figure 1.
2. After hole has been drilled, deburr hole opening.
3. Tilt the engine hood slightly forward to gain access to the antenna hole
opening. Support the hood with a block of wood to maintain the desired
access position.
4. Insert antenna cable thru 3/4” hole opening in hood. Insert BNC end of
cable first.
5. With one hand holding the antenna end of the cable through the antenna
hole opening, connect the locking flange, antenna and rubber gasket.
Tighten locking flange securely.
6. Secure coaxial antenna with pressed on tie-wrap pads (interior). Also
apply pressed on tie-wrap pads (exterior) to the control box support
panel (bottom).
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RECEIVER INSTALLATION
Radio Control Receiver Mounting
1. Drill two 1/4” holes into the control box support panel on the C30HDG
as shown in Figure 1.
2. After both holes have been drilled, deburr each hole opening.
3. Using a 1/4-20 x 1-1/4 bolt (2), 1/4 lock washer (2), 1/4 flat washer (2)
and 1/4 nut (2), mount the radio control receiver onto the control box
support panel as shown in Figure 1.
4. Connect BNC end of coaxial antenna cable to BNC connector on radio
control receiver.
STEP 5
LOCKING
FLANGE
ANTENNA
RUBBER
GASKET
ANTENNA
END
COAXIAL
CABLE
RX4
RADIO
CONTROL
RECEIVER
MIRATR
ON
BNC CONNECTOR
RECEIVER
END
STEP 6
TIGHTEN
LOCKING
FLANGE
COAXIAL
CABLE
RX4
RADIO
CONTROL
RECEIVER
MIRATR
ON
DATA
CABLE
TIE-WRAP
CABLE
PADS
SERVICE
(OUTSIDE)
LOOP
TIE-WRAP
PADS
(INSIDE)
Figure 1. Antenna/Receiver Installation
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CABLE INSTALLATION
Control Box Removal
1. Using a 7/16 socket remove the mounting bolts (3) that secure the control box
to the support bracket.
2. Once the bolts have been removed, flip the panel downward to gain access to
the connection points.
Data Cable Connections
1. Wire data cable into control box as shown in Figure 2.
2. Crimp a 16-14 (3/16”) terminal ring onto the RED wire labeled BATT+. Connect
this end of the wire to the +12VDC terminal strip, pin 2.
3. Crimp a #16-14 (3/16”) terminal ring onto the WHITE wire labeled DECREASE.
Connect this end of the wire onto pin 3 on the throttle high low switch.
4. Crimp a 16-14 (3/16”) terminal ring onto the WHITE wire labeled INCREASE.
Connect this end of the wire to pin 1 of the throttle high low switch.
5. Crimp a #16-14 (3/16”) terminal ring onto the WHITE wire labeled PIN 9.
Connect this end of the wire to pin 2 on the pumping control switch.
6. Crimp a #16-14 (5/16”) terminal ring onto the BLACK wire labeled FRAME
GROUND. Connect this end of the wire to engine chassis ground.
7. Splice the WHITE wire labeled EMERGENCY STOP with the RED or PINK
wire from the engine oil sensor.
8. Insert connector end of data cable into Miratron receiver.
Remote Control Cable Connections
1. Connect the remote control cable to the control box as shown in Figure 2 .
2. Splice the WHITE wire labeled REMOTE (data cable) with the BLACK wire
from the yellow remote cable
3. Crimp a #16-14 (3/16”) terminal ring onto the WHITE wire from the yellow remote
cable. Connect this end of the wire to pin 1 on the pumping control switch.
4. Re-install control box using the existing mounting hardware.
5. Insert the yellow remote control cable into the 2-pin receptacle labled REMOTE
OUTLET on the control box.
6. Reconnect negative battery cable to battery.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
RED OR PINK
12-PIN
DATA CABLE
OL
TR
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CO
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AD EIV
4 R EC
RX R
MIR
R
AT
SPLICE
ON
HOUR
METER
3
ENGINE OIL
SENSOR
EMERGENCY
STOP
PIN 4 (WHITE)
7-WIRES
FRAME GROUND
BLACK
BATT + (RED)
DECREASE (WHITE)
CHECK
ENGINE
INCREASE (WHITE)
HOOD
OPEN
R
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M
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ADD
TERMINAL
RING
REMOTE (WHITE)
C
A
B
L
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PIN 9 (WHITE)
WHITE
Y
E
L
L
O
W
BLACK
TERMINAL
STRIP
(+12VDC)
1
SPLICE
2
2
3
PUMPING
CONTROL 1
SWITCH
WHITE (ADD)
BLACK (ADD)
BATT +
2
1
DECREASE
INCREASE
ADD
TERMINAL
RING
ADD
TERMINAL
RING
2
1
IGNITION
SWITCH
EMERGENCY
STOP
SWITCH
3
T
H
R
O
T
T
L
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THROTTLE
HIGH/LOW 1
SWITCH
HIGH
LOW
CHEC
ENGINK
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EMER
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STOP Y
HOOD
OPEN
IGNITI
ON SW
OFF
ON
ENGIN
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REM
ING
OTE
ON
1
WIRING DIAGRAM SHOWS REAR VIEW OF COMPONENTS.
2
TERMINAL STRIP IS NOT MARKED. WIRE CAN BE CONNECTED
TO ANY PIN (+12VDC BUS). PIN 2 RECOMMENDED.
3
ENGINE OIL SENSOR IS LOCATED BEHIND LEFT REAR OF CLUTCH.
ITCH
START
URS
PUMP
NOTE:
CONTR
OFF
OL
PUM
P
ON
REMO
OUTLETE
T
CONNECT YELLOW
REMOTE CABLE TO
RECEPTACLE LABELED
“REMOTE OUTPUT”
Figure 2. Wiring Diagram
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TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER
The definitions below describe the controls and functions of the Miratron
Transmitter and Radio Control Receiver.
Transmitter
1. Power On Switch — Place this switch in the ON position to turn on the
transmitter. Be sure to place this switch in the OFF position when the system
is not in use.
2. Status LED Indicator — Status LED blinks to indicate transmitter is ON
and active. LED will double-blink when battery strength is low.
3. E-STOP Switch — When activated will cause the engine stop and all
pumping will cease.
4. Belt Clip — If desired the transmitter can be placed on a belt.
5. Pump ON/OFF Switch — Place this switch in the pump ON position to
begin pumping. Place the switch in the OFF position to stop pumping.
6. Engine Speed Switch — Place this switch upward to increase engine
speed. Place downward to decrease engine speed.
7. Batteries — Transmitter requires four AA 1.5V alkaline batteries. If
rechargable batteries are to be used, nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) are
recommended.
Receiver (Learn Button)
Transmitter and receiver must be matched as a pair. Perform the procedure
listed below to pair the transmitter and receiver.
1. Place the ignition switch in the ON position.
2. Verify that the status LED on transmitter blinks (active).
3. Place the pumping control switch on the control box in the REMOTE ON
position.
4. Press and hold the learn button on the RX4 radio control receiver. While
keeping the learn button depressed, toggle the pump ON/OFF switch for
10 seconds.
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TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER
Functional Test
Perform the functional test procedure below to test the remote control radio
system..
1. Start the engine as outlined on the operator’s manual.
2. Place the transmitter power ON/OFF switch in the ON position.
3. Place the pumping control switch on the control box in the REMOTE ON
position.
4. Toggle the engine speed switch back and forth. Verify that engine speed
increases and decreases.
5. Toggle pump ON/OFF switch. Verify that pumping starts and stops.
POWER
ON
STATUS
E-STOP
BELT CLIP
PUMP ON/OFF
SWITCH
PUM
P
ON
OFF
ENGI
INCR NE
EASE
TRANSMITTER
MODEL CDM16
BATTERY
COMPARTMENT
+
DECR
EASE
ENGINE SPEED
SWITCH
RX
4R
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ON
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1.5V
1.5V
1.5V
1.5V
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A
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A
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A
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A
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A
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A
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4 AA 1.5V
ALKALINE
BATTERIES
REQUIRED
RX4 RADIO
CONTROL RECEIVER
MODEL CDM16
LEARN
BUTTON
Figure 3. Transmitter/Receiver
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
Transmitter does not
function at all
Table 2. Troubleshooting
Possible Problem
LED status indicator not
flashing.
Solution
Turn transmitter power
switch ON.
Weak dead battery, replace
batteries.
Check orientation of
batteries.
LED indicator not lit when
power ON/OFF switch is
pressed.
Make sure transmitter has
be matched (paired) to
receiver.
Receiver is not powered
up.
Transmitter range is poor
LED indicator not lit when
power ON/OFF switch is
pressed
Weak dead battery, replace
batteries.
LED indicator lit when
switch is pressed
Check receiver antenna
Maintain line-of-sight
Avoid obstructions
Check for interference
Heavy rain reduces range
Transmitter works (RX LED Check wiring.
in receiver comes on) but
outputs do not operate
Make sure output wires are
not shorted to Ground
Verify load is wired
correctly.
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SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAM
Figure 4. System Wiring Diagram
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INSTALLATION/OPERATION MANUAL
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