Operation Service Manual
SC0817-AWD
& SC1017-AWD
Series 1
Owners, Users and operators:
Important
We appreciates your choice of our machine for
your application. Our number one priority is
user safety, which is best achieved by our joint
efforts. We feel that you make a major
contribution to safety if you, as the equipment
users and operators:
Read, understand and obey these safety rules
and operating instructions before operating this
machine.
Only trained and authorized personnel shall be
permitted to operate this machine. This manual
should be considered a permanent part of your
machine and should remain with the machine
at all times. If you have any questions, please
call DINGLI Machinery.
Contents
1.
Comply with employer, job site and
governmental rules.
2.
Read, understand and follow the
instructions in this and other manuals
supplied with this machine.
3.
Use good safe work practices in a
commonsense way.
4.
0nly have trained / certified operators,
directed by informed and knowledgeable
supervision, running the machine.
Page
Safety Rules
1
Control panel
9
Pre-operation Inspection
13
Maintenance
15
Function Tests
18
Workplace Inspection
22
Operating Instructions
24
Transport and Lifting Instructions
29
Decals
32
Specifications
34
Schematic
36
If there is anything in this manual that is not
clear or which you believe should be added,
please contact us.
Contact us:
Dingli Australia
Unit 4/18-20 prospect place, Berrinba,
QLD 4117 Australia
Tel:+617 3804 3334
Fax:+617 3804 3332
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Safety Rules
Decal Legend
Danger
DINGLI product decals use symbols, color
coding and signal words to identify the
following:
Failure to obey the instructions and
safety rules in this manual will result
in death or serious injury.
Safety alert symbol—used to alert
personnel to potential personal injury hazards.
Obey all safety messages that follow this
symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
Do Not Operate Unless:
You learn and practice the principles of safe
machine operation contained in this operator's
manual.
√
Red—used to indicate the
presence of an imminently hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
1 Avoid hazardous situations.
Know and understand the safety rules
before going on to the next section.
Orange—used to indicate the
presence of a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
2 Always perform a pre-operation
inspection.
3 Always perform function tests prior to use.
4 Inspect the workplace.
Yellow with safety alert symbolused to indicate the presence of a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may
cause minor or moderate injury.
5 Only use the machine as it was intended.
√ You read, understand and obey the
manufacturer's instructions and safety rules—
safety and operator's manuals and machine
decals.
Yellow without safety alert
symbol—used to indicate the presence of a
potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in property damage.
√ You read, understand and obey employer's
safety rules and worksite regulations.
√ You read, understand and obey all
applicable governmental regulations.
√ You are properly trained to safely operate
the machine.
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Safety Rules
Electrocution Hazards
Tip-over Hazards
This machine is not electrically insulated and
will not provide protection from contact with or
proximity to electrical current.
Occupants, equipment and materials must not
exceed the maximum platform capacity.
Maximum capacity – SC0817-AWD
Maintain safe distances from electrical power
lines and apparatus in accordance with
applicable governmental regulations and the
following chart.
Voltage
Phase to Phase
0 to 300V
Maximum occupants
4
Models with one extension deck
Minimum Safe
Approach Distance
Meters
Avoid Contact
Platform retracted
567kg
Only platform
431 kg
Only extension deck
136 kg
300V to 50KV
3.05
50KV to 200KV
4.60
Only
Extension
deck
136kg
Only platform
200KV to 350KV
6.10
Maximum capacity – SC1017-AWD
350KV to 500KV
7.62
500KV to 750KV
10.67
750KV to 1000KV
13.72
431kg
Maximum occupants
4
Models with one extension deck
Allow for platform movement, electrical line
sway or sag and beware of strong or gusty
winds.
Platform retracted
454 kg
Only platform
224 kg
Only extension deck
136 kg
Only
Extension
deck
136kg
Keep away from the machine if it contacts
energized power lines. Personnel on the ground
or in the platform must not touch or operate the
machine until energized power lines are shut
off.
Do not operate the machine during lightning or
storms.
Do not use the machine as a ground for
welding.
2
Only platform
224kg
Safety Rules
Do not raise the platform unless the machine is
on a firm, level surface.
Do not use the platform controls to free a
platform that is caught, snagged or otherwise
prevented from normal motion by an adjacent
structure. All personnel must be removed from
the platform before attempting to free the
platform using the ground controls.
Do not drive over 1.1 km/h with the platform
raised.
Use extreme care and slow speeds while
driving the machine in the stowed position
across uneven terrain, debris, unstable or
slippery surfaces and near holes and drop-offs.
Do not drive the machine on or near uneven
terrain, unstable surfaces or other hazardous
conditions with the platform raised.
Do not depend on the tilt alarm as a level
indicator.
Do not use the machine as a crane.
The tilt alarm sounds on the chassis and in the
platform when the machine is on a slope.
Do not place or attach fixed or overhanging
loads to any part of this machine.
If the tilt alarm sounds:
Do not push the machine or other objects with
the platform.
Lower the platform. Move the machine to a firm,
level surface. If the tilt alarm sounds when the
platform is raised, use extreme caution to lower
the platform.
Do not contact adjacent structures with the
Platform
Do not alter or disable the limit switches.
Do not raise the platform when wind speeds
may exceed 12.5 m/s. If wind speeds exceed
12.5 m/s when the platform is raised, lower the
platform and do not continue to operate the
machine.
Do not push off or pull toward any object
outside of the platform.
Do not operate the machine in strong or gusty
winds. Do not increase the surface area of the
platform or the load. Increasing the area
exposed to the wind will decrease machine
stability.
Maximum allowable manual force
400 N
Do not tie the platform to adjacent structures.
Do not place loads outside the platform
perimeter.
Do not alter or disable machine components
that in any way affect safety and stability.
Do not modify or alter an aerial work platform
without prior written permission from the
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Safety Rules
manufacturer. Mounting attachments for holding
tools or other materials onto the platform,
toeboards or guard rail system can increase the
weight in the platform and the surface area of
the platform or the load.
Fall Hazards
The guard rail system provides fall protection. If
occupant(s) of the platform are required to wear
personal fall protection equipment (PFPE) due
to job site or employer rules, PFPE equipment
and its use shall be in accordance with the
PFPE manufacturer’s instructions and
applicable governmental requirements.
Do not replace items critical to machine stability
with items of different weight or specification.
Do not sit, stand or climb on the platform guard
rails. Maintain a firm footing on the platform
floor at all times.
Do not place ladders or scaffolds in the platform
or against any part of this machine.
Do not transport tools and materials unless they
are evenly distributed and can be safely
handled by person(s) in the platform.
Do not climb down from the platform when
raised.
Do not use the machine on a moving or mobile
surface or vehicle.
Keep the platform floor clear of debris.
Be sure all tires are in good condition, air-filled
tires are properly inflated and lug nuts are
properly tightened.
Close the entry gate before operating.
Do not operate the machine unless the guard
rails are properly installed and the entry is
secured for operation.
Do not drive the machine on a slope that
exceeds the slope and side slope rating of the
machine.
Slope rating applies to machines in the stowed
position.
SC0817-AWD
Maximum slope rating, stowed position 35%
SC1017-AWD
Maximum slope rating, stowed position 30%
Note: Slope rating is subject to ground
conditions and adequate traction.
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Safety Rules
Collision Hazards
Be aware of limited sight distance and blind
spots when driving or operating.
Limit travel speed according to the condition of
the ground surface, congestion, slope, location
of personnel, and any other factors which may
cause collision.
Be aware of extended platform position(s) when
moving the machine.
Operators must comply with employer, job site
and governmental rules regarding use of
personal protective equipment.
Check the work area for overhead obstructions
or other possible hazards.
Be aware of crushing hazards when grasping
the platform guard rail.
Observe and use color-coded direction arrows
on the platform controls and platform decal
plate for drive and steer functions.
Do not operate a machine in the path of any
crane or moving overhead machinery unless
the controls of the crane have been locked out
and/or precautions have been taken to prevent
any potential collision.
No stunt driving or horseplay while operating a
machine.
Do not lower the platform unless the area below
is clear of personnel and obstructions.
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Safety Rules
responsibilities manuals are complete, legible
and in the storage container located in the
platform.
Component Damage Hazards
Do not use any battery or charger greater than
12V to jump-start the engine.
Crushing Hazards
Do not use the machine as a ground for
welding.
Keep hands and limbs out of scissors.
Use common sense and planning when
operating the machine with the controller from
the ground. Maintain safe distances between
the operator, the machine and fixed objects.
Explosion and Fire Hazards
Do not start the engine if you smell or detect
liquid petroleum gas (LPG), gasoline, diesel fuel
or other explosive substances.
Maintain a firm grasp on the platform rail when
removing the rail pins. Do not allow the platform
guard rails to fall.
Do not refuel the machine with the engine
running.
Bodily Injury Hazard
Always operate the machine in a well-ventilated
area to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.
Do not operate the machine with a hydraulic oil
or air leak. An air leak or hydraulic leak can
penetrate and/or burn skin.
Refuel the machine and charge the battery only
in an open, well-ventilated area away from
sparks, flames and lighted tobacco.
Improper contact with components under any
cover will cause serious injury. Only trained
maintenance personnel should access
compartments. Access by the operator is only
advised when performing a pre-operation
inspection. All compartments must remain
closed and secured during operation.
Do not operate the machine in hazardous
locations or locations where potentially
flammable or explosive gases or particles may
be present.
Do not spray ether into engines equipped with
glow plugs.
Outrigger Safety
Damaged Machine Hazards
Do not lower the outriggers unless the machine
is on a firm surface. Avoid drop-offs, holes,
unstable or slippery surfaces and other possible
hazardous conditions.
Do not use a damaged or malfunctioning
machine.
Conduct a thorough pre-operation inspection of
the machine and test all functions before each
work shift. Immediately tag and remove from
service a damaged or malfunctioning machine.
When the auto level function is not being used
and the outriggers are being lowered
individually, the steer-end outriggers must be
lowered first.
Be sure all maintenance has been performed as
specified in this manual and the appropriate
DINGLI service manual.
Do not raise the platform unless the machine is
level. Do not set the machine up on a surface
where it cannot be leveled using only the
outriggers.
Be sure all decals are in place and legible.
Be sure the operator’s, safety and
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Safety Rules
Do not raise the platform unless all four
outriggers are properly lowered, the footpads
are in firm contact with the ground and the
machine is level.
Battery Safety
Burn Hazards
Batteries contain acid. Always wear protective
clothing and eye wear when working with
batteries.
Do not adjust the outriggers while the platform
is raised.
Do not drive while the outriggers are lowered.
Avoid spilling or contacting battery acid.
Neutralize battery acid spills with baking soda
and water.
Explosion Hazard
Keep sparks, flames and lighted tobacco away
from batteries. Batteries emit explosive gas.
Electrocution Hazard
Avoid contact with electrical terminals.
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Safety Rules
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Fuel tank (behind cover)
Non-steer tire
Tilt alarm (under cover)
Entry ladder
Ground controls with LCD readout screen
Ground controls side cover
Hydraulic oil level indicator (under cover)
Brake release pump knob and brake
release knob (hidden from view in this
picture)
22 Safety arm (hidden from view)
23 GFCI outlet
Platform entry gate
Platform extension guard rails
Manual storage container
Lanyard anchorage point
Platform extension lock handle
Platform controls
Platform extension
Outrigger housing (if equipped)
Outrigger footpad (if equipped)
Steer tire12 Engine side cover
8
Control Panel
Ground Control Panel
1 LCD indicator light
8 Platform up / down switch
2 Idle select switch
9
3 Engine start switch
10
4 Hour meter
11 Lift function enable switch
5 Key switch for platform / off / ground control
selection
12 Outrigger auxiliary retract switch
6 Engine glow plug switch
13 Red Emergency Stop button
7 Reset
14
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Control Panel
Platform Controls
1 Drive function enable button
9
2 Lift function enable button
10 Engine glow plug button
3 Red Emergency Stop button
11 Power indicator light
4 Engine high speed idle select button
12 Engine start switch
5 Engine lower speed Idle select button
13 Thumb rocker switch for steer function
6 Horn button
14 Proportional control handle
7 Light
15 Function enable switch
8 Outrigger control button
10
Outrigger auto level button
Control Panel
Fault State
In the fault state, a fault code from the list will be displayed flashing at a 1 Hz rate (0.5
seconds on, 0.5 off).
Table List of fault codes
Display
Fault Number
Description
Internal ECU Fault
01
Main ECU System Fault
Platform ECU Fault
02
ECU/Platform Communication Fault
Chassis Start Sw Fault
20
Chassis Start Switch ON at power-up
Chassis Choke Sw Fault
21
Chassis Choke Switch ON at power-up
Chassis Up Sw Fault
22
Chassis Up Switch ON at power-up
Chassis Lift Sw Fault
23
Chassis Lift Switch ON at power-up
Chassis Down Sw Fault
24
Chassis Down Switch ON at power-up
Left Turn Switch Fault
25
Platform Left Turn Switch ON at
power-up
Right Turn Switch Fault
26
Platform Right Turn Switch ON at
power-up
Drive Enable Sw Flt
27
Platform Drive Enable Switch ON at
power-up
Off Neutral Drive Joystick
28
Platform Joystick not in neutral ON at
power-up
Platform Choke Sw Fault
31
Platform Choke Switch ON at power-up
Platform Start Sw Fault
32
Platform Start Switch ON at power-up
Left Front Outrig Sw Flt
33
Platform Left Front Outrigger Enable
Switch ON at powerup
Right Front Outrig Sw Flt
34
Platform Right Front Outrigger
Enable Switch ON at power-up
Left Rear Outrig Sw Flt
35
Platform Left Rear Outrigger
Enable Switch ON at powerup
Right Rear Outrig Sw Flt
36
Platform Right Rear Outrigger
Enable Switch ON at powerup
Auto Level Switch Fault
37
Platform Outrigger Auto Level Enable
Switch ON at power-up
LR OR Limit Switch Fault
38
Left Front Outrigger Limit Switches are
both ON
RF OR Limit Switch Fault
39
Right Front Outrigger Limit Switches
are both ON
LR OR Limit Switch Fault
40
RR OR Limit Switch Fault
41
Left Rear Outrigger Limit Switches are
both ON
Right Rear Outrigger Limit Switches
are both ON
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Control Panel
Drive Coil 1 Fault
49
Power FET, channel DRIVE 1 fails
Drive Coil 2 Fault
50
Power FET, channel DRIVE 2 fails
Drive Coil 3 Fault
51
Power FET, channel DRIVE 3 fails
Func Prop Coil Fault
52
power FET, channel PROPORTIONAL
1 fails
Up Coil Fault
54
Power FET, channel DOWN fails
Down Coil Fault
55
Power FET, channel RT fails
Right Turn Coil Fault
56
Power FET, channel LT fails
Left Turn Coil Fault
57
Power FET, channel LT fails
Brake Coil Fault
58
Power FET, channel LT fails
Forward 1 Coil Fault
60
Power FET, channel FORWARD LEFT
fails
Reverse 1 Coil Fault
61
Power FET, channel REVERSE LEFT
fails
Low Oil Pressure
66
Oil Pressure Fault
High Coolant Temperature
67
Water Temperature Fault
Low ECU Voltage
68
Low Battery Voltage
Low Engine RPM
69
Low RPM Fault
High Engine RPM
70
High RPM Fault
Left Front Otrg Coil Flt
81
Power FET, channel LEFT FRONT
OUTRIGGER fails
Left Rear Otrg Coil Flt
82
Power FET, channel LEFT REAR
OUTRIGGER fails
Right Front Otrg Coil Flt
83
Power FET, channel RIGHT FRONT
OUTRIGGER fails
Right Rear Otrg Coil Flt
84
Power FET, channel RIGHT REAR
OUTRIGGER fails
Outrigger Ext Coil Flt
85
Power
FET,
channel
OUTRIGGER fails
Outrigger Ret Coil Flt
86
Power FET, channel
OUTRIGGER fails
Machine Type Fault
95
Wrong Machine Type Selected
Platform Overload
OL
Platform Overload Fault
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EXTEND
RETRACT
Pre-operation Inspection
Do Not Operate Unless:
Fundamentals
√
It is the responsibility of the operator to perform
a pre-operation inspection and routine
maintenance.
You learn and practice the principles of
safe machine operation contained in this
operator's manual.
The pre-operation inspection is a visual
inspection performed by the operator prior to
each work shift. The inspection is designed to
discover if anything is apparently wrong with a
machine before the operator performs the
function tests.
1 Avoid hazardous situations.
2 Always perform a pre-operation
inspection.
Know and understand the pre-operation
inspection before going on to the next
section.
The pre-operation inspection also serves to
determine if routine maintenance procedures
are required. Only routine maintenance items
specified in this manual may be performed by
the operator.
3 Always perform function tests prior to use.
4 Inspect the workplace.
5 Only use the machine as it was intended.
Refer to the list on the next page and check
each of the items.
If damage or any unauthorized variation from
factory delivered condition is discovered, the
machine must be tagged and removed from
service.
Repairs to the machine may only be made by a
qualified service technician, according to the
manufacturer's specifications. After repairs are
completed, the operator must perform a
pre-operation inspection again before going on
to the function tests.
Scheduled maintenance inspections shall be
performed by qualified service technicians,
according to the manufacturer's specifications
and the requirements listed in the
responsibilities manual.
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Pre-operation Inspection
Pre-operation Inspection
□ Platform entry gate
□ Be sure that the operator’s, safety and
□ Beacon and alarms (if equipped)
responsibilities manuals are complete, legible
and in the storage container located in the
platform.
□ Safety arm
□ Be sure that all decals are legible and in
□ Scissor pins and retaining fasteners
□ Platform extension(s)
place. See Decals section.
□ Platform control joystick
□ Check for engine oil leaks and proper oil
□ Generator (if equipped)
level. Add oil if needed. See Maintenance
section.
□ Outrigger housings and footpads (if
equipped)
□ Check for hydraulic oil leaks and proper oil
level. Add oil if needed. See Maintenance
section.
Check entire machine for:
□ Cracks in welds or structural components
□ Check for engine coolant leaks and proper
level of coolant. Add coolant if needed. See
Maintenance section.
□ Dents or damage to machine
□ Check for battery fluid leaks and proper fluid
components are present and all associated
fasteners and pins are in place and properly
tightened
□ Be sure that all structural and other critical
level. Add distilled water if needed. See
Maintenance section.
□ Side rails are installed and rail pins and
Check the following components or areas for
damage, improperly installed or missing parts
and unauthorized modifications:
bolts are fastened
□ Electrical components, wiring and
electrical cables
□Hydraulic hoses, fittings, cylinders and
manifolds
□ Fuel and hydraulic tanks
□ Drive motors
□ Wear pads
□ Tires and wheels
□ Engine and related components
□ Limit switches, alarms and horn
□ Nuts, bolts and other fasteners
□ Platform overload components
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Maintenance
Check the Batteries
Observe and Obey:
□ Only routine maintenance items specified in
this manual shall be performed by the operator.
Proper battery condition is essential to good
engine performance and operational safety.
Improper fluid levels or damaged cables and
connections can result in engine component
damage and hazardous conditions.
□ Scheduled maintenance inspections shall be
completed by qualified service technicians,
according to the manufacturer's specifications
and the requirements specified in the
responsibilities manual.
Electrocution hazard
Maintenance Symbols Legend
Contact with hot or live circuits may result in
death or serious injury. Remove all rings,
watches and other jewelry.
The following symbols have
been used in this manual to help communicate
the intent of the instructions. When one or more
of the symbols appear at the beginning of a
maintenance procedure, it conveys the
meaning below.
Bodily injury hazard
Batteries contain acid. Avoid spilling or
contacting battery acid. Neutralize battery acid
spills with baking soda and water.
Indicates that tools will be required to
perform this procedure.
Indicates that new parts will be required
to perform this procedure.
Indicates that a cold engine is required
before performing this procedure.
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1
Put on protective clothing and eye wear.
2
Be sure that the battery cable
connections are tight and free of
corrosion.
3
Be sure that the battery hold-down bars
are secure.
4
Remove the battery vent caps.
5
Check the battery acid level. If needed,
replenish with distilled water to the bottom
of the battery fill tube. Do not overfill.
6
Install the vent caps.
Maintenance
Check the Engine Oil Level
Check the Hydraulic Oil Level
Maintaining the proper engine oil level is
essential to good engine performance and
service life.
Maintaining the hydraulic oil at the proper level
is essential to machine operation. Improper
hydraulic oil levels can damage hydraulic
components. Daily checks allow the inspector to
identify changes in oil level that might indicate
the presence of hydraulic system problems.
Operating the machine with an improper oil
level can damage engine components.
Check the oil level with the
Perform this procedure with the
platform in the stowed position and the engine
off.
engine off.
1
Release the latches on the engine tray and
fully slide the engine tray out.
2
Check the oil level dipstick. Add oil as
needed.
1
Visually inspect the sight gauge located on
the side of the hydraulic oil tank.
☉Result: The hydraulic oil level should be
Perkins 404C-22
within the top 5 cm of the sight gauge.
Oil Type
5W-30
Oil Type - cold conditions
0W-20
2
Add oil if necessary. Do not overfill.
Hydraulic oil specifications
-18℃~-5℃
-18℃~99℃
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10W
10W-20,10W-30
Maintenance
Check the Engine Coolant Level
Scheduled Maintenance
Maintenance performed quarterly, annually and
every two years must be completed by a person
trained and qualified to perform maintenance on
this machine according to the procedures found
in the service manual for this machine.
Maintaining the engine coolant at the proper
level is essential to engine service life. Improper
coolant level will affect the engine's cooling
capability and damage engine components.
Daily checks will allow the inspector to identify
changes in coolant level that might indicate
cooling system problems.
Machines that have been out of service for
more than three months must receive the
quarterly inspection before they are put back
into service.
Check the fluid level in the radiator. Add fluid as
needed.
Bodily injury hazard
Fluids in the radiator are under pressure and
extremely hot. Use caution when removing cap
and adding fluids.
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Function Tests
Fundamentals
The function tests are designed to discover any
malfunctions before the machine is put into
service.
Do Not Operate Unless:
√ You learn and practice the principles of safe
machine operation contained in this operator's
manual.
The operator must follow the step-by-step
instructions to test all machine functions.
1 Avoid hazardous situations.
A malfunctioning machine must never be used.
If malfunctions are discovered, the machine
must be tagged and removed from service.
Repairs to the machine may only be made by a
qualified service technician, according to the
manufacturer's specifications.
2 Always perform a pre-operation inspection.
3 Always perform function tests prior to
use.
Know and understand the function tests
before going on to the next section.
After repairs are completed, the operator must
perform a pre-operation inspection and function
tests again before putting the machine into
service.
4 Inspect the workplace.
5 Only use the machine as it was intended.
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Function Tests
1
Select a test area that is firm, level and free
of obstruction.
10 Push and hold the lift function enable button.
Push and hold the platform down button.
☉Result: The platform should lower to end. The
At the Ground Controls
2
Pull out the platform and ground red
Emergency Stop buttons to the on position.
3
Turn the key switch to ground control.
descent alarm should sound while the
platform is lowering.
At the Platform Controls
Test Emergency Stop
☉ Result: The LCD indicator will light one by
one.
4
11 Push in the platform red Emergency Stop
button to the off position.
Start the engine. See Operating Instructions
section.
☉ Result: No functions should operate.
Test Emergency Stop
5
12 Pull the red Emergency Stop button out to
the on position.
Push in the ground red Emergency Stop
button to the off position.
☉ Result: The LED indicator light should come
on.
☉ Result: The engine should turn off and no
6
functions should operate.
Test the Horn
Pull out the red Emergency Stop button to
the on position and restart the engine.
13 Push the horn button.
☉ Result: The horn should sound.
Test Up/Down Functions and Function
Enable
The audible warnings on this machine come
from the same central alarm. The horn is a
constant tone. The descent alarm sounds at 60
beeps per minute. The alarm that goes off when
the machine is not level sounds.
7
Do not move the lift function enable switch
up. Move up and hold the platform switch.
☉ Result: No function should operate.
8
Push and hold the lift function enable button.
Push and hold the platform up button.
☉ Result: The platform should raised .
9
Push and hold the lift function enable button.
Push and hold the platform down button.
☉ Result: The platform should lower then stop
at the height is 2 m . The descent alarm
should sound while the platform is lowering.
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Function Tests
Test Up/Down Functions and Function
Enable
Test Drive and Braking
23 Press and hold the function enable switch
on the control handle.
14 Start the engine.
24 Slowly move the control handle in the
direction indicated by the up arrow on the
control panel until the machine begins to
move, then return the handle to the center
position.
15 Activate the up/down rocker switch in the
direction indicated by the up arrow.
☉ Result: The platform should not raised.
16 Push and hold the lift function enable
button.
☉ Result: The machine should move in the
direction that the up arrow points on the
control panel, then come to an abrupt stop.
17 Activate the up/down rocker switch in the
direction indicated by the up arrow.
25 Press and hold the function enable switch
on the control handle.
☉ Result: The platform should raise.
18 Push and hold the lift function enable
button.
26 Slowly move the control handle in the
direction indicated by the down arrow on the
control panel until the machine begins to
move, then return the handle to the center
position.
19 Activate the up/down rocker switch in the
direction indicated by the down arrow.
☉ Result: The platform should lower. The
descent alarm should sound while the
platform is lowering.
☉ Result: The machine should move in the
direction that the down arrow points on the
control panel, then come to an abrupt stop.
Test the Steering
Note: The brakes must be able to hold the
machine on any slope it is able to climb.
Note: When performing the steer and drive
function tests, stand in the platform facing the
steer end of the machine.
20 Press and hold the function enable switch
on the control handle.
Test Limited Drive Speed
27 Push and hold the lift function enable button.
Raise the platform approximately 2 m from
the ground.
21 Depress the thumb rocker switch on top of
the control handle in the direction identified
by the left triangle on the control panel.
28 Press and hold the function enable switch
on the control handle.
☉ Result: The steer wheels should turn in the
direction that the left triangle points on the
control panel.
29 Slowly move the control handle to the full
drive position.
22 Depress the thumb rocker switch in the
direction identified by the right triangle on
the control panel.
☉ Result: The maximum achievable drive
speed with the platform raised should not
exceed 22 cm/s. If the drive speed with the
platform raised exceeds 22 cm/s,
immediately tag and remove the machine
from service.
☉ Result: The steer wheels should turn in the
direction that the right triangle points on the
control panel.
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Function Tests
Test the Tilt Sensor Operation
Note: Perform this test from the ground with the
platform controller. Do not stand in the platform.
30 Fully lower the platform.
31 Drive both wheels on one side onto an 10
cm block.
32 Raise the platform at least 1.8 m.
☉ Result: The platform should stop and the tilt
alarm will sound. The indicator light on the
lift function enable button will be red.
33 Turn the lift function enable switch to drive
function.
34 Move the drive control handle in the
direction indicated by the up arrow, then
move the drive control handle in the
direction indicated by the down arrow.
☉ Result: The drive function should not work in
either direction.
35 Turn the lift function enable switch to lift
function.
36 Lower the platform and drive the machine
off the block.
Test Auxiliary Lowering
37 Push and hold the lift function enable button
and raise the platform approximately 60 cm.
38 Push in the red Emergency Stop button to
shut off the engine.
39 Pull out the red Emergency Stop button to
the on position.
40 Push and hold the lift function enable button.
Activate the up/down rocker switch in the
direction indicated by the down arrow.
☉ Result: The platform should lower.
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Workplace Inspection
Fundamentals
Do Not Operate Unless:
The workplace inspection helps the operator
determine if the workplace is suitable for safe
machine operation. It should be performed by
the operator prior to moving the machine to the
workplace.
√ You learn and practice the principles of safe
machine operation contained in this operator's
manual.
1 Avoid hazardous situations.
It is the operator's responsibility to read and
remember the workplace hazards, then watch
for and avoid them while moving, setting up and
operating the machine.
2 Always perform a pre-operation inspection.
3 Always perform function tests prior to use.
4 Inspect the workplace.
Know and understand the workplace
inspection before going on to the next
section.
5 Only use the machine as it was intended.
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Workplace Inspection
Workplace Inspection
Be aware of and avoid the following hazardous
situations:
- Drop-offs or holes
- Bumps, floor obstructions or debris
- Sloped surfaces
- Unstable or slippery surfaces
- Overhead obstructions and high voltage
conductors
- Hazardous locations
- Inadequate surface support to withstand all
load forces imposed by the machine
- Wind and weather conditions
- The presence of unauthorized personnel
- Other possible unsafe conditions
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Operating Instructions
Fundamentals
The Operating Instructions section provides
instructions for each aspect of machine
operation.
Do Not Operate Unless:
√
It is the operator's responsibility to follow all the
safety rules and instructions in the operator's,
safety and responsibilities manuals.
You learn and practice the principles of
safe machine operation contained in this
operator's manual.
Using the machine for anything other than lifting
personnel, along with their tools and materials,
to an aerial work site is unsafe and dangerous.
1 Avoid hazardous situations.
2 Always perform a pre-operation inspection.
Only trained and authorized personnel should
be permitted to operate a machine. If more than
one operator is expected to use a machine at
different times in the same work shift, they must
all be qualified operators and are all expected to
follow all safety rules and instructions in the
operator's, safety and responsibilities manuals.
That means every new operator should perform
a pre-operation inspection, function tests, and a
workplace inspection before using the machine.
3 Always perform function tests prior to use.
4 Inspect the workplace.
5 Only use the machine as it was intended.
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Operating Instructions
Emergency Stop
Operation from Ground
Push in the red Emergency Stop button to the
off position at the ground controls or the
platform controls to stop all machine functions
and turn the engine off.
1
Turn the key switch to ground control.
2
Pull out both ground and platform red
Emergency Stop buttons to the on position.
3
Start the engine.
Repair any function that operates when either
red Emergency Stop button is pushed in.
To Position Platform
Starting the Engine
1
2
3
4
At the ground controls, turn the key switch
to the desired position.
Be sure both ground and platform control
red Emergency Stop buttons are pulled out
to the on position.
1
Move up and hold the lift function
enable switch.
2
Move up or down the platform up/down
switch to activate the up function or the
down function.
Drive and steer functions are not available from
the ground controls.
Move up and hold the glow plug switch for 3
to 5 seconds.
Engine Idle Select
Select the engine idle (rpm) by moving the idle
select switch. There are three settings for
engine idle.
Move the engine start switch up.
If the engine fails to start after 15 seconds of
cranking, determine the cause and repair any
malfunction. Wait 60 seconds before trying to
start again.
- Indicator light off: low idle
- Indicator light blinking: high idle activated by
any function enable button
In cold conditions, -6°C and below, warm the
engine for 5 minutes before operating to
prevent hydraulic system damage.
- Indicator light on: high idle
Operation from Platform
In extreme cold conditions, -18°C and below,
machines should be equipped with optional cold
start kits. Attempting to start the engine when
temperatures are below -18°C may require the
use of a booster battery.
1
Turn the key switch to platform control.
2
Pull out the ground and platform red
Emergency Stop buttons to the on position.
3
Start the engine.
To Position Platform
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1
Turn the lift function enable
switch to lift function.
2
Push and hold the lift function enable
button.
3
Activate the up/down rocker switch in the
Operating Instructions
desired direction.
To Steer
Driving on a slope
1
Turn the lift function enable
switch to drive function.
Determine the slope and side slope ratings for
the machine and determine the slope grade.
2
Press and hold the function enable switch
on the controller.
SC1017-AWD
3
Turn the steer wheels with the thumb rocker
switch located on the top of the control
handle.
Maximum slope rating, stowed position 30% ,
Maximum side slope rating, stowed position
30%
To Drive
Note: Slope rating is subject to ground
conditions and adequate traction.
1
Press and hold the function enable switch
on the control handle.
To determine the slope grade
2
Increase speed: Slowly move the control
handle off center.
Measure the slope with a digital inclinometer
OR use the following procedure.
You will need:
Decrease speed: Slowly move the control
handle toward center.
Carpenter’s level straight piece of wood, at
least 1 m long tape measure
Stop: Return the control handle to center or
release the function enable switch.
Lay the piece of wood on the slope.
Use the direction arrows on the platform
controls and on the platform to identify the
direction the machine will travel.
At the downhill end, lay the level on the top
edge of the piece of wood and lift the end until
the piece of wood is level.
Machine travel speed is restricted when the
platform is raised.
While holding the piece of wood level, measure
the distance from the bottom of the piece of
wood to the ground.
Drive Select Switch
Divide the tape measure distance (rise) by the
length of the piece of wood (run) and multiply by
100.
Machine on incline symbol:
Low range operation for inclines
Example:
Indicator Light On Red
Run = 3.6 m
If the indicator light is on red,
push in and pull out the red
Emergency Stop button to reset the system.
Rise = 0.3 m
0.3 m ÷ 3.6 m = 0.083 x 100 = 8.3%
If the light stays red, tag and remove the
machine from service.
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Operating Instructions
To Extend and Retract Platform
Outrigger Operation (if equipped)
1
Lift the platform extension lock handle to the
horizontal position.
1
2
Push the platform extension lock handle to
extend the platform to the desired position.
Note: The engine must be running for the
outriggers to operate.
Do not stand on the platform extension
while trying to extend it.
2
Push and hold the auto level button.
3
Move the outrigger extend / retract switch in
the down direction. The outriggers will
extend and level the machine. A beep will
sound when the machine is level.
3
Lower the platform extension lock handle.
Auxiliary Lowering
At the Ground Controls
Position the machine below the desired
work area.
The indicator light on the lift function enable
button will turn red when one but not all
outriggers are down. All drive and lift functions
are disabled.
In the event of a power failure, use the backup
auxiliary lowering function.
At the Platform Controls
The light turns green on the lift function enable
button and on the individual outrigger buttons
when all the outriggers are in firm contact with
the ground.
Move the auxiliary lower switch down. Turn the
lift function enable button to lift function enable
and activate the up/down rocker switch in the
down direction.
The drive function is disabled while the
outriggers are down.
To control individual outriggers
Operation from Ground with
Controller
Maintain safe distances between operator,
machine and fixed objects.
Be aware of the direction the machine will travel
when using the controller.
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1
Push and hold one or more outrigger
buttons.
2
Activate the outrigger up/down rocker
switch inthe desired direction to level the
machine..
Operating Instructions
Fall Protection
Personal fall protection equipment (PFPE) is
not required when operating this machine. If
PFPE is required by job site or employer rules,
the following shall apply:
All PFPE must comply with applicable
governmental regulations and must be
inspected and used in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
After Each Use
1
Select a safe parking location—firm level
surface, clear of obstructions and traffic.
2
Lower the platform.
3
Turn the key switch to the off position and
remove the key to secure from unauthorized
use.
4
Chock the wheels.
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Transport and Lifting Instructions
Observe and Obey:
Free-wheel Configuration for
Winching
√ Common sense and planning must be
applied to control the movement of the machine
when lifting it with a crane or forklift.
√ The transport vehicle must be parked on a
level surface.
√ The transport vehicle must be secured to
prevent rolling while the machine is being
loaded.
√
1
Chock the wheels to prevent the machine
from rolling.
2
Be sure the winch line is properly secured to
the drive chassis tie points and the path is
clear of all obstructions.
3
Push in the brake release knob to open the
brake valve.
4
Pump the brake release pump knob.
Be sure the vehicle capacity, loading
surfaces and chains or straps are sufficient to
withstand the machine weight. See the serial
label for the machine weight.
After the machine is loaded:
√ The machine must be on a level surface or
secured before releasing the brakes.
1
Chock the wheels to prevent the machine
from rolling.
√ Do not drive the machine on a slope that
exceeds the slope or side slope rating. See
Driving on a Slope in the Operating Instructions
section.
2
Press and hold the function enable switch
on the control handle. Move the control
handle off center to reset the brakes.
√ If the slope of the transport vehicle bed
exceeds the maximum slope rating, the
machine must be loaded and unloaded using a
winch as described.
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Transport and Lifting Instructions
Securing to Truck or Trailer for
Use chains or straps of ample load capacity.
Transit
Turn the key switch to the off position and
remove the key before transporting.
Always chock the machine wheels in
preparation for transport.
Inspect the entire machine for loose or
unsecured items.
Retract and secure the extension deck(s).
If the railings have been folded down, secure
them with straps before transporting.
Use the tie-down points on the chassis for
anchoring down to the transport surface.
Use a minimum of four chains or straps.
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Transport and Lifting Instructions
Center of gravity
X Axis
Y Axis
SC0817-AWD
0.852m
0.696m
SC1017-AWD
0.834m
0.73m
Observe and Obey:
√
Only qualified riggers should rig and lift the
machine.
√
Be sure the crane capacity, loading
surfaces and straps or lines are sufficient to
withstand the machine weight. See the serial
plate for the machine weight.
Lifting Instructions
Fully lower the platform. Be sure the extension
decks, controls and covers are secure. Remove
all loose items on the machine.
Determine the center of gravity of your machine
using the table and the picture on this page.
Attach the rigging only to the designated lifting
points on the machine. There are two lifting
points on each end of the machine.
Adjust the rigging to prevent damage to the
machine and to keep the machine level.
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Decals
SC1017-AWD
Green - used to indicate operation or maintenance information.
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Decals
Decal Inspection
Use the pictures on the next page to verify that all decals are legible and in place.
Below is a numerical list with quantities and descriptions.
No.
Description
QTY.
Part No.
Description
QTY.
1
Model Name Decal
2
17
Decal for scissor pole
2
2
Danger-Tip-over Hazard
2
18
Warning-Crushing Hazard
2
3
SGS
2
19
Danger-Crushing / Hazard
2
4
Notice- Maximum Side Force
90lbs/400N
2
20
5
Danger-Tip-over Hazard
2
21
Tie Hole decal
4
6
Danger-Crushing Hazard
2
22
Notice-Manual box
1
7
Series Name Decal
2
8
Cosmetic-4×4
SELF-PROPELLED ROUGH
TERRAIN SCISSOR LIFTS
2
9
Label- Inspection
1
10
IPAF
2
11
Warning-Injection Hazard
4
12
Decal for pull
1
13
Logo
1
14
Warning-Crushing Hazard
4
Capacity 454kg city 567kg
1
Important-Brake
1
15
16
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Label-Diesel
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Specifications
Model
SC0817-AWD
Height, working maximum
10 m
Platform dimensions
Height, platform maximum
8m
Platform length x width
Height, stowed maximum
Rails up
2.32m
Height, stowed maximum
Rails lowered
1.72 m
Width, standard tires
1.73 m
Length, platform retracted
2.67 m
Platform extension length
2.51 x 1.55 m
1.45 m
Drive speeds
Stowed, maximum
Platform raised,
maximum
6.1 km/h
0.8 km/h
12.2 m/54.6 sec
Airborne noise emissions
80 dB
Length, platform retracted
Models with outriggers
3.4 m
Maximum sound level at normal operating
workstations (A-weighted)
Length, platform extended
4.2m
Floor loading information
Maximum load capacity
Maximum wind speed
567 kg
12.5 m/s
Wheelbase
1.85 m
Turning radius (outside)
3.68 m
Turning radius (inside)
1.52 m
Ground clearance
Weight
Tire load, maximum
1261 kg
Outrigger load, maximum (if
equipped)
1261 kg
Tire contact pressure
423 kPa
Occupied floor pressure
8.95 kPa
20 cm
See Serial Label
(Machine weights vary with option configurations)
Gradeability
Controls
Proportional
AC outlet in platform
Standard
Maximum hydraulic pressure
(functions)
241.3 bar
Tire size - standard tires
Note: Floor loading information is approximate and does
not incorporate different option configurations.
35%
It should be used only with adequate safety factors.
Continuous improvement of our products is a DINGLI
policy. Product specifications are subject to change
without notice or obligation.
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Specifications
Model
SC1017-AWD
Height, working maximum
12 m
Platform dimensions
Height, platform maximum
10 m
Platform length x width
Height, stowed maximum
Rails up
2.45m
Height, stowed maximum
Rails lowered
1.72 m
Platform extension length
2.51 x 1.55 m
1.45 m
Drive speeds
Width, standard tires
Length, platform retracted
Stowed, maximum
Platform raised,
maximum
2.3 m
6.1 km/h
0.8 km/h
12.2 m/54.6 sec
2.67 m
Airborne noise emissions
80 dB
Length, platform retracted
Models with outriggers
3.4 m
Maximum sound level at normal operating
workstations (A-weighted)
Length, platform extended
4.2m
Floor loading information
Maximum load capacity
Maximum wind speed
454 kg
12.5 m/s
Wheelbase
1.85 m
Turning radius (outside)
3.68 m
Turning radius (inside)
1.52 m
Ground clearance
Weight
Controls
Outrigger load, maximum (if
equipped)
1485 kg
Tire contact pressure
516 kPa
Occupied floor pressure
9.34 kPa
See Serial Label
Note: Floor loading information is approximate and does
not incorporate different option configurations.
30%
It should be used only with adequate safety factors.
Proportional
AC outlet in platform
Standard
Maximum hydraulic pressure
(functions)
241.3 bar
Tire size - standard tires
1485 kg
20 cm
(Machine weights vary with option configurations)
Gradeability
Tire load, maximum
Continuous improvement of our products is a DINGLI
policy. Product specifications are subject to change
without notice or obligation.
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Schematic
Hydraulic Schematic
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DC12V Battery
-
+
CPU
Power relay
+12V
output
1A lfRt steer
output
2A Up steer
3A Brakeoutputoutput
4A Forward output
5A
6A reverse output
7A
8A Down output
9A
output
10A Drive(1)
11A Drive(2)output
12A Drive(3)output
1B Light output
2B Outrigger pro. output2
3B
4B Rt outrigger output
5B Outrigger ext. output
6B Outrigger ret.output
7B low speed output
8B Lf front outrigger output
9B
output
10B LfRt bkbk outrigger
11B outrigger output
12B
outrigger ext.switch
1C RtRt front
outrigger ret.switch
2C Rt front
ext.switch
3C Rt bkbk outrigger
outrigger ret.switch
4C Lf front outrigger ext.switch
5C Lf front outrigger ret.switch
6C Engine speed input
7C Engine temperature input
8C
9C Engine oil pressure input
10C
11C
12C
Engine speed
G
Rt fr outrigger ret.switch
Rt bk outrigger valve
+12V
Lf bk outrigger ret.switch
Lf bk outrigger valve
Key switch
Alarm
+12V
Rt fr outrigger ret.switch
Engine high speed coil
Engine on relay
+12V
Horn
Emergency stop
Low speed coil
CPU
Rt fr outrigger ext.switch
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Rt fr. outrigger valve
1A UpDownLimitlimitswitchswitch
2A
3A
4A Key switch
5A
6A Lf.bk outrigger ext. switch
7A Lf,bk outrigger ret. switch
8A
9A
10A Ground
11A CAN(+)
12A CAN(-)
1B Angle sensor input
2B Pressure sensor1
3B
4B Pressure sensor 2
5B Y axle tilt sensor input
6B Engine on relay output
7B Engine off relay output
8B
9B High speed
10B Horn
11B Alarm
12B
1C 12VPower(+)
2C Power(+)
3C Engine hot output
4C
5C X axle tilt sensor input
6C
7C
8C
9C
10C Beacon output
11C
12C 12V
outrigger ext. coil
outrigger ret. coil
Lf fr outrigger ext.switch
Lf fr. outrigger valve Lf fr outrigger ret.switch
Lf bk outrigger ext.switch
Rt bk outrigger ext.switch
light
Engine hot
Engine off coil
Engine temperature sensor
Engine oil pressure sensor
Beacon
Speed(3)coil
Speed(1)coil
Speed(2)coil
Reverse coil
Brake coil
Lf steer coil
Up coil
0~5V
Pressure sensor(1)
Up controller
0~5V
Angle sensor
X/Y axle tilt sensor
Pressure sensor(2)
Lift down switch
outrigger pro.(2)coil
Forward coil
Rt steer coil
Down coil
0~5V
0~5V
6
Lift up switch
5
CAN-
4
3
shield wire
Em. stop
2
Power - 1
Power relay coil
CAN+
0~5V
+12V
Schematic
Electrical Schematic
Schematic
Inspection and Repair Log
Date
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