Crane | EE-8243 | Lenny Mini® Crane Arm - Chapman

Lenny Mini® Crane Arm
USER GUIDE
Operational Instructions & Specifications
Lenny Mini®
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exceptional Customer Service. Therefore, we are compiling this User Guide to aid in
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Florida
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Table of Contents
4
Assembly Procedure
8
Reversible Section
11 Weight Bucket
15 Cable System Setup
16 Configurations
31 Warnings
32 Parts and Accessories
Terms and Definitions
33 Photos of Components
37 Mounting Options
38 Triple Cable System Checklist
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Lenny Mini® Assembly Procedure
The Lenny Mini® is among the smallest of
Chapman’s array of crane arms. The Lenny
Mini® is the arm of choice for scenes
requiring: easy assembly, lightweight setups,
ample reach and height and rigidity.
The complete Lenny Mini® can be stored
within its Accessory Cart.
Always lock the wheels when the cart is
parked.
The Lenny Mini® is small enough to be mounted
on a variety of dollies and pedestals.
The Pedolly pedestal is ideal for use with the
Lenny Mini®.
Assembly of the Lenny Mini® begins with insuring
that the wheels of the dolly or base are either
locked or chocked.
Lenny Mini® can be easily assembled by one person. Begin by placing the Center Post on top of
the pedestal or dolly Post Kit.
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Lenny Mini® Assembly Procedure
The Castle Ring secures the Center Post to the
base of your choice.
Tighten the Castle Ring with a bar. Moderate
torque is sufficient to achieve the correct tightness.
Warning!
Always use the The Safety Cap.
The Safety Cap and Bolt is installed over the
Castle Ring. This will prevent the Castle Ring from
coming loose in any situation.
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Lenny Mini® Assembly Procedure
Tighten the Safety Cap and Bolt with a wrench
(provided with accessories).
The Lenny Mini® arm sections fit together with two
tapered pins. Position the tapered pins of one arm
section into the holes of another arm section.
NOTE: Each section of the Lenny Arm is
numbered. Every Lenny Arm is assembled
at the factory in numerical order.
Assembling a Lenny Arm is quick and
easy if it is built in the correct numerical
sequence.
Hand tighten the bolts prior to wrench tightening.
A support may be used to aid in the assembly
procedure.
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Lenny Mini® Assembly Procedure
A special socket wrench is included with every
Lenny Mini®.
Tighten the upper Bolt with the wrench.
Note!
Correct positioning of the support is an
important part of building the arm.
Tighten the lower Bolt with the wrench.
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Lenny Mini® Assembly Procedure - Reversible Section
There is a special arm section that is reversible. It
enables its use as either a front or rear section.
Each side of the special section is labeled.
To change the Reversible section from a front
section to a rear section, the linkage must be
moved from one side of the arm section to the
other.
Lay the Reversible section on a flat surface.
Extract the two Quick Release Pins that secure the
linkage to the arm section. Begin by pressing on
the two Quick Release Pins at the same time and
pull away from the arm section.
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Lenny Mini® Assembly Procedure - Reversible Section
It is not necessary to completely remove the Quick
Release Pins from the linkage. There is a washer
and spacer on each Quick Release Pin.
Flip the Reversible section over.
Reattach the linkage to the Reversible section.
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Lenny Mini® Assembly Procedure - Reversible Section
The male end of the linkage should be oriented to
match up with Insertion Pins of the Reversible
section.
The male end of the linkage.
Insertion Pin of the Reversible section.
The Reversible section is now ready to attach to
the Arm.
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Lenny Mini® Assembly Procedure - Weight Bucket
The Rear Segment has a large Quick Release Pin
for attaching the Weight Bucket. However, this is
only part of the attachment procedure.
There is a slot inside the Weight Bucket for
accepting the Rear Segment of the Arm.
Remove the large Quick Release Pin from the
Rear Segment of the arm. Lift the Weight Bucket
and line up the slot with the Rear Segment of the
arm.
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Lenny Mini® Assembly Procedure - Weight Bucket
Insert the large Quick Release Pin joining the
Weight Bucket to the Rear Segment of the arm.
Be sure that the large Quick Release Pin is fully
seated in the hole.
Hand tighten the two lower bolts in the rear center
of the Weight Bucket.
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Lenny Mini® Assembly Procedure - Weight Bucket
Hand tighten the large knobs in the Weight Bucket
to eliminate any looseness in the connection
between the Weight Bucket and the arm. Try to
equally tighten the two large knobs. Tighten the left
Knob one turn.
Now tighten the right knob one turn. Go back to
the left knob and tighten one turn.
Repeat until there is no play in the Weight Bucket.
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Lenny Mini® Assembly Procedure
This is only one of the configurations that is
possible with the Lenny Mini®.
The Lenny Mini® is for Remote Use ONLY!
Never attempt to use as a Man Set-Up.
At this point you can begin to load the Bucket with
Weights as each additional forward section is
added to the Arm. Load the Weight Bucket evenly.
Load only enough weight to counter balance the
desired payload.
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Always maintain a balanced Arm. A balanced
Arm will safely remain in any position, or
maintain a smooth constant motion. A balanced
Arm makes for greater Arm control and safety.
When changing the Payload, be sure to counter
balance with the correct amount of weight.
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The Center Cable attaches to the
upper part of the Weight Bucket.
North Hollywood, CA facility
May 15, 2002
Chapman/Leonard
Studio Equipment, Inc.
The LENNY MINI
Cable System
A level Nose Plate is achieved by
adjusting the Center Cable Turnbuckle,
AFTER the Center Post of the Base
has been leveled.
Leveling the Nose Plate begins with
leveling the Center Post of the Base,
and ends with checking BOTH Bubble
Levels on the Nose Plate.
Regardless of the Configuration that
you choose for the Lenny Mini, the
Center Cable must ALWAYS be used.
The Center Cable enhances the
leveling integrity of the Nose Plate;
acts as a safety feature of the Weight
Bucket, and adds greater rigidity to
the arm.
An essential safety feature of
the Lenny Mini requires that the
Weight Bucket be able to touch the
ground when the arm is raised to
its maximum height.
Center Cable
Turnbuckle
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1' 5"
4.
5304
1' 5"
3.
5303
1' 5"
2.
5302
1' 5"
1.
5301
MH = 3' 2" (.97 m)
MR = 3' 6" (1.1 m)
MP = 304 lb. (138 kg)
BW = 7 lb. (3.2 kg)
BAW = 200 lb. (90.9 kg)
4' 5"
MH = 4' 10" (1.5 m)
MR = 5' 6" (1.7 m)
MP = 119 lb. (54 kg)
BW = 101 lb. (45.9 kg)
BAW = 325 lb. (147.7 kg)
3' 5"
MH = 4' (1.22 m)
MR = 4' 6" (1.4 m)
MP = 194.5 lb. (88.3 kg)
BW = 42 lb. (19.1 kg)
BAW = 245 lb. (111.4 kg)
2' 5"
1' 5"
MH = 2' 4" (.71 m)
MR = 2' 6" (.76 m)
MP = 592 lb. (268.8 kg)
BW = -33 lb. (-15 kg)
BAW = 206 lb. (93.6 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
4 foot
MOW = 947 lb. (430.5 kg)
ROW = 881 lb. (400.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.12
PMH = 12" (.31 m)
UW = 224 lb. (101.8 kg)
2 foot
1 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
MOW = 995 lb. (452.3 kg)
ROW = 706 lb. (320.9 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.41
PMH = 12" (.31 m)
UW = 203 lb. (92.3 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
2 foot
MOW = 1,105 lb. (502.3 kg)
ROW = 567 lb. (257.7 kg)
BR = 1 : 1.71
PMH = 12" (.31 m)
UW = 194 lb. (88.2 kg)
Turnbuckle Only
Blue Center Cable Uses
MOW = 1,360 lb. (618.2 kg)
ROW = 410 lb. (186.4 kg)
BR = 1 : 1.00
PMH = 12" (.31 m)
UW = 173 lb. (78.6 kg)
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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8.
5308
2' 5"
2' 5"
7.
5307
1' 5"
6.
5306
1' 5"
5.
5305
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5' 5"
MH = 6' 6" (2 m)
MR = 6' 6" (2 m)
MP = 201.5 lb. (91.5 kg)
BW = 56 lb. (25.5 kg)
BAW = 309 lb. (140.5 kg)
4' 5"
MH = 5' 8" (1.73 m)
MR = 5' 6" (1.68 m)
MP = 270.5 lb. (122.8 kg)
BW = 23 lb. (10.5 kg)
BAW = 268 lb. (121.8 kg)
6' 5"
MH = 6' 6" (2 m)
MR = 7' 6" (2.3 m)
MP = 42 lb.(19.1 kg)
BW = 218 lb. (99.1 kg)
BAW = 768 lb. (349.1 kg)
5' 5"
MH = 5' 8" (1.73 m)
MR = 6' 6" (2 m)
MP = 81 lb. (36.8 kg)
BW = 134 lb. (60.9 kg)
BAW = 390 lb. (177.3 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
5 foot
1 foot
MOW = 1,054 lb. (479.1 kg)
ROW = 747 lb. (339.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.24
PMH = 22" (.56 m)
UW = 254 lb. (115.5 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
5 foot
MOW = 1,117 lb. (507.7 kg)
ROW = 650 lb. (295.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 1.83
PMH = 22" (.56 m)
UW = 245 lb. (111.4 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
5 foot
1 foot
MOW = 1,706 lb. (775.5 kg)
ROW = 1,242 lb. (564.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 4.53
PMH = 9" (.23 m)
UW = 277 lb. (125.9 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
5 foot
MOW = 1,740 lb. (790.9 kg)
ROW = 1,041 lb. (473.2 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.82
PMH = 9" (.23 m)
UW = 256 lb. (116.4 kg)
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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5312
11.
5311
10.
5310
2' 5"
2' 5"
2' 5"
2' 5"
9.
5309
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8' 5"
MH = 8' 11" (2.72 m)
MR = 9' 6" (2.89 m)
MP = 255 lb. (115.8 kg)
BW = 184 lb. (83.6 kg)
BAW = 512 lb. (232.7 kg)
7' 5"
MH = 8' 1" (2.46 m)
MR = 8' 6" (2.59 m)
MP = 318 lb. (144.4 kg)
BW = 125 lb. (56.8 kg)
BAW = 432 lb. (196.4 kg)
6' 5"
MH = 7' 3" (2.21 m)
MR = 7' 6" (2.3 m)
MP = 389 lb. (176.6 kg)
BW = 79 lb. (35.9 kg)
BAW = 377 lb. (171.4 kg)
6' 5"
MH = 7' 6" (2.3 m)
MR = 7' 6" (2.3 m)
MP = 146.5 lb. (66.5 kg)
BW = 103 lb. (46.8 kg)
BAW = 378 lb. (171.8 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
5 foot
4 foot
MOW = 1,812 lb. (823.6 kg)
ROW = 1,117 lb. (507.7 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.48
PMH = 19" (.48 m)
UW = 328 lb. (149.1 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
5 foot
3 foot
MOW = 1,857 lb. (844.1 kg)
ROW = 981 lb. (445.9 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.07
PMH = 19" (.48 m)
UW = 307 lb. (139.5 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
5 foot
2 foot
MOW = 1,932 lb. (878.2 kg)
ROW = 870 lb. (395.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.65
PMH = 19" (.48 m)
UW = 298 lb. (135.5 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
5 foot
2 foot
MOW = 1,017 lb. (462.3 kg)
ROW = 870 lb. (395.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.65
PMH = 22" (.56 m)
UW = 275 lb. (125 kg)
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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5316
15.
5315
14.
5314
13.
5313
3' 5"
3' 5"
2' 5"
2' 5"
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10' 5"
7' 5"
MH = 8' 11" (2.71 m)
MR = 8' 6" (2.59 m)
MP = 198 lb. (89.9 kg)
BW = 80 lb. (36.4 kg)
BAW = 373 lb. (169.5 kg)
6' 5"
MH = 8' 1" (2.46 m)
MR = 7' 6" (2.28 m)
MP = 249 lb. (113 kg)
BW = 58 lb. (26.4 kg)
BAW = 342 lb. (155.5 kg)
MH = 10' 7" (3.23 m)
MR = 11' 6" (3.51 m)
MP = 169 lb. (76.7 kg)
BW = 311 lb. (141.4 kg)
BAW = 669 lb. (304.1 kg)
9' 5"
MH = 9' 9" (2.97 m)
MR = 10' 6" (3.20 m)
MP = 214 lb. (97.2 kg)
BW = 240 lb. (109.1 kg)
BAW = 577 lb. (262.3 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
1 foot
MOW = 1,102 lb. (500.9 kg)
ROW = 801 lb. (364.1 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.17
PMH = 32" (.81 m)
UW = 293 lb. (133.2 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
MOW = 1,137 lb. (516.8 kg)
ROW = 731 lb. (332.3 kg)
BR = 1 : 1.88
PMH = 32" (.81 m)
UW = 284 lb. (129.1 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
3 foot
MOW = 1,769 lb. (804.1 kg)
ROW = 1,386 lb. (630 kg)
BR = 1 : 4.31
PMH = 19" (.48 m)
UW = 358 lb. (162.7 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
2 foot
MOW = 1,822 lb. (828.2 kg)
ROW = 1,182 lb. (537.3 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.48
PMH = 19" (.48 m)
UW = 337 lb. (153.2 kg)
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5320
19.
5319
18.
5318
17.
5317
3' 5"
3' 5"
3' 5"
3' 5"
MH = 11' 5" (3.48 m)
MR = 11' 6" (3.51 m)
MP = 296 lb. (134.4 kg)
BW = 189 lb. (85.9 kg)
BAW = 556 lb. (252.7 kg)
MH = 10' 7" (3.23 m)
MR = 10' 6" (3.20 m)
MP = 355 lb. (161.2 kg)
BW = 139 lb. (63.2 kg)
BAW = 485 lb. (220.5 kg)
9' 5"
8' 5"
MH = 9' 9" (2.97 m)
MR = 9' 6" (2.89 m)
MP = 414 lb. (188 kg)
BW = 98 lb. (44.5 kg)
BAW = 435 lb. (197.7 kg)
8' 5"
MH = 9' 9" (2.97 m)
MR = 9' 6" (2.89 m)
MP = 151 lb. (68.6 kg)
BW = 142 lb. (64.5 kg)
BAW = 456 lb. (207.3 kg)
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10' 5"
MOW = 1,901 lb. (864.1 kg)
ROW = 1,102 lb. (500.9 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.05
PMH = 29" (.74 m)
UW = 367 lb. (166.8 kg)
MOW = 1,948 lb. (885.5 kg)
ROW = 993 lb. (451.4 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.76
PMH = 29" (.74 m)
UW = 346 lb. (157.3 kg)
MOW = 2,345 lb. (1,065.9 kg)
ROW = 902 lb. (410 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.46
PMH = 29" (.74 m)
UW = 337 lb. (153.2 kg)
MOW = 1,065 lb. (484.1 kg)
ROW = 923 lb. (419.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.46
PMH = 32" (.81 m)
UW = 314 lb. (142.7 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
4 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
3 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
2 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
2 foot
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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23.
5323
22.
5322
21.
5321
4' 5"
4' 5"
3' 5"
3' 5"
MH = 11' 5" (3.48 m)
MR = 10' 6" (3.2 m)
MP = 196 lb. (94.1 kg)
BW = 99 lb. (89 kg)
BAW = 443 lb. (201.4 kg)
MH = 10' 7" (3.23 m)
MR = 9' 6" (2.89 m)
MP = 216 lb. (98.1 kg)
BW = 68 lb. (30.9 kg)
BAW = 403 lb. (183.2 kg)
MH = 13' 11" (4.24 m)
MR = 14' 6" (4.42 m)
MP = 284 lb. (128.9 kg)
BW = 354 lb. (160.9 kg)
BAW = 759 lb. (345 kg)
MH = 12' 3" (3.73 m)
MR = 12' 6" (3.81 m)
MP = 256.5 lb. (116.5 kg)
BW = 238 lb. (108.2 kg)
BAW = 614 lb. (279.1 kg)
8' 5"
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9' 5"
MOW = 1,145 lb. (520.5 kg)
ROW = 865 lb. (393.2 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.13
PMH = 42" (1.07 m)
UW = 344 lb. (156.4 kg)
MOW = 1,180 lb. (536.4 kg)
ROW = 796 lb. (361.8 kg)
BR = 1 : 1.91
PMH = 42" (1.07 m)
UW = 335 lb. (152.3 kg)
13' 5"
MOW = 1,829 lb. (831.4 kg)
ROW = 1,425 lb. (647.7 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.93
PMH = 29" (.74 m)
UW = 406 lb. (184.5 kg)
11' 5"
MOW = 1,851 lb. (841.4 kg)
ROW = 1,200 lb. (545.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.34
PMH = 29" (.74 m)
UW = 376 lb. (170.9 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
4 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
3 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
5 foot
2 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
5 foot
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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27.
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26.
5326
25.
5325
4' 5"
4' 5"
4' 5"
4' 5"
MH = 16' 5" (5 m)
MR = 16' 6" (5.03 m)
MP = 220 lb. (99.9 kg)
BW = 349 lb. (158.6 kg)
BAW = 806 lb. (366.4 kg)
MH = 14' 9" (4.5 m)
MR = 14' 6" (4.42 m)
MP = 191 lb. (86.7 kg)
BW = 242 lb. (110 kg)
BAW = 669 lb. (304.1 kg)
MH = 13' 1" (4 m)
MR = 12' 6" (3.81 m)
MP = 116 lb. (52.7 kg)
BW = 176 lb. (80 kg)
BAW = 550 lb. (250 kg)
MH = 12' 3" (3.73 m)
MR = 11' 6" (3.51 m)
MP = 153 lb. (69.5 kg)
BW = 144 lb. (65.5 kg)
BAW = 509 lb. (231.4 kg)
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15' 5"
MOW = 1,898 lb. (862.7 kg)
ROW = 1,414 lb. (642.7 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.49
PMH = 39" (.99 m)
UW = 457 lb. (207.7 kg)
13' 5"
MOW = 1,946 lb. (884.5 kg)
ROW = 1,215 lb. (552.3 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.04
PMH = 39" (.99 m)
UW = 427 lb. (194.1 kg)
11' 5"
MOW = 1,106 lb. (502.7 kg)
ROW = 1,033 lb. (469.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.58
PMH = 42" (1.07 m)
UW = 374 lb. (170 kg)
10' 5"
MOW = 1,124 lb. (510.9 kg)
ROW = 963 lb. (437.7 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.36
PMH = 42" (1.07 m)
UW = 365 lb. (165.9 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
2 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
5 foot
3 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
5 foot
1 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
5 foot
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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30.
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MH = 13' 3" (4 m)
MR = 11' 6" (3.5 m)
MP = 218 lb. (99 kg)
BW = 122 lb. (55.5 kg)
BAW = 496 lb. (225.5 kg)
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5' 5"
MH = 15' 7" (4.7 m)
MR = 14' 6" (4.42 m)
MP = 122 lb. (55.4 kg)
BW = 195 lb. (88.6 kg)
BAW = 608 lb. (276.4 kg)
5' 5"
MH = 13' 11" (4.24 m)
MR = 12' 6" (3.81 m)
MP = 184 lb. (83.5 kg)
BW = 91 lb. (41.4 kg)
BAW = 474 lb. (215.5 kg)
5' 5"
4' 5"
MH = 18' 6" (5.64 m)
MR = 18' 6" (5.64 m)
MP = 160.5 lb. (72.9 kg)
BW = 428 lb. (194.5 kg)
BAW = 915 lb. (415.9 kg)
13' 5"
MOW = 1,144 lb. (520 kg)
ROW = 1,076 lb. (489.1 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.48
PMH = 52" (1.32 m)
UW = 413 lb. (187.7 kg)
11' 5"
MOW = 1,192 lb. (541.8 kg)
ROW = 894 lb. (406.4 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.11
PMH = 52" (1.32 m)
UW = 383 lb. (174.1 kg)
10' 5"
MOW = 1,188 lb. (540 kg)
ROW = 890 lb. (404.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 1.92
PMH = 52" (1.32 m)
UW = 374 lb. (170 kg)
17' 5"
MOW = 1,888 lb. (858.2 kg)
ROW = 1,582 lb. (719.1 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.94
PMH = 39" (.99 m)
UW = 487 lb. (221.4 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
1 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
5 foot
2 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
8 foot
5 foot
1 foot
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
4 foot
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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34.
5365
33.
5333
Brackets
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5' 5"
MH = 20' 4" (6.2 m)
MR = 20' 6" (6.2 m)
MP = 183 lb. (83.1 kg)
BW = 488 lb. (221.8 kg)
BAW = 1,050 lb. (477.3 kg)
5' 5"
Cable
MH = 18' 11" (5.8 m)
MR = 18' 6" (5.6 m)
MP = 243 lb. (110.3 kg)
BW = 370 lb. (168.2 kg)
BAW = 900 lb. (409.1 kg)
5' 5"
MH = 17' 3" (5.26 m)
MR = 16' 6" (5.03 m)
MP = 306 lb. (139 kg)
BW = 259 lb. (117.7 kg)
BAW = 725 lb. (329.5 kg)
MOW = 1,970 lb. (895.5 kg)
ROW = 1,669 lb. (758.6 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.58
PMH = 49" (1.24 m)
UW = 568 lb. (258 kg)
2-
1/4"
19' 5"
Front
1White Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" White Cable - 2’ long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
1/4"
CABLES
Yellow Cables - 38" long
Rear
Front
1 - 1/4" White Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
CABLES
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 38" long
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
5 foot
2 foot
17' 5"
Rear
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
5 foot
NOTE: For front sections in excess of 17' 5", the Cable System
is recommended for maximum rigidity and performance. See
configurations #45 - 55.
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
3 foot
Cable
MOW = 1,997 lb. (907.7 kg)
ROW = 1,470 lb. (668.2 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.22
PMH = 49" (1.24 m)
UW = 538 lb. (245 kg)
15' 5"
MOW = 1,999 lb. (908.6 kg)
ROW = 1,244 lb. (565.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.85
PMH = 49" (1.24 m)
UW = 466 lb. (211.8 kg)
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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37.
5370
36.
5336
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6' 5"
MH = 21' 5" (6.5 m)
MR = 20' 6" (6.25 m)
MP = 257 lb. (116.7 kg)
BW = 382 lb. (173.6 kg)
BAW = 967 lb. (439.5 kg)
6' 5"
MH = 19' 9" (6 m)
MR = 18' 6" (5.64 m)
MP = 323 lb. (146.6 kg)
BW = 282 lb. (128.2 kg)
BAW = 835 lb. (379.5 kg)
6' 5"
MH = 18' 1" (5.5 m)
MR = 16' 6" (5.03 m)
MP = 398 lb. (180.7 kg)
BW = 216 lb. (98.2 kg)
BAW = 703 lb. (319.5 kg)
MOW = 2,035 lb. (925 kg)
ROW = 1,511 lb. (686.8 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.03
PMH = 59" (1.50 m)
UW = 589 lb. (268 kg)
MOW = 2,085 lb. (947.7 kg)
ROW = 1,335 lb. (606.8 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.71
PMH = 59" (1.50 m)
UW = 559 lb. (254 kg)
15' 5"
Rear
Front
White Cable - 14’ 8" long
11 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" White Cable - 2’ long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
1/4"
CABLES
2Yellow Cables - 38" long
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 12" long
1/4"
Rear
19' 5"
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
8 foot
Front
White Cable - 14’ 8" long
11 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
1/4"
CABLES
2Yellow Cables - 38" long
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 12" long
1/4"
17' 5"
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
5 foot
1 foot
MOW = 2,097 lb. (953.2 kg)
ROW = 1,162 lb. (528.2 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.40
Blue Center Cable Uses
PMH = 59" (1.50 m)
16 foot
UW = 487 lb. (221.4 kg)
4 foot
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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R
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5341
40.
5340
39.
5372
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7' 5"
MH = 20' 7" (6.27 m)
MR = 18' 6" (5.64 m)
MP = 111 lb. (50.4 kg)
BW = 227 lb. (103.2 kg)
BAW = 730 lb. (331.8 kg)
7' 5"
MH = 18' 11" (5.77 m)
MR = 16' 6" (5.03 m)
MP = 166 lb. (75.3 kg)
BW = 179 lb. (81 kg)
BAW = 652 lb. (296.4 kg)
6' 5"
MH = 23' 1" (7 m)
MR = 22' 6" (6.9 m)
MP = 205 lb. (93.1 kg)
BW = 501 lb. (227.7 kg)
BAW = 1,117 lb. (507.7 kg)
MOW = 1,229 lb. (558.6 kg)
ROW = 1,182 lb. (537.3 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.35
PMH = 72" (1.83 m)
UW = 503 lb. (228.6 kg)
MOW = 1,241 lb. (564.1 kg)
ROW = 1,067 lb. (485 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.08
PMH = 72" (1.83 m)
UW = 473 lb. (215 kg)
MOW = 2,028 lb. (921.8 kg)
ROW = 1,703 lb. (774.1 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.34
PMH = 59" (1.50 m)
UW = 619 lb. (281 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
5 foot
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Front
1 - 1/4" White Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
CABLES
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 38" long
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 2’ long
Rear
17' 5"
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
5 foot
2 foot
15' 5"
Front
1 - 1/4" White Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" White Cable - 2’ long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
CABLES
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 38" long
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 12" long
Rear
21' 5"
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
8 foot
2 foot
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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44.
5344
43.
5343
42.
5342
R
R
R
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7' 5"
MH = 25' 6" (7.77 m)
MR = 24' 6" (7.47 m)
MP = 204 lb. (92.6 kg)
BW = 457 lb. (207.7 kg)
BAW = 1,073 lb. (487.7 kg)
7' 5"
MH = 23' 11" (7.29 m)
MR = 22' 6" (6.86 m)
MP = 261 lb. (118.5 kg)
BW = 364 lb. (165.5 kg)
BAW = 950 lb. (431.8 kg)
7' 5"
MH = 22' 3" (6.78 m)
MR = 20' 6" (6.25 m)
MP = 323 lb. (146.6 kg)
BW = 280 lb. (127.3 kg)
BAW = 836 lb. (380 kg)
MOW = 2,050 lb. (931.8 kg)
ROW = 1,637 lb. (744.1 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.16
PMH = 69" (1.75 m)
UW = 616 lb. (280 kg)
MOW = 2,070 lb. (940.9 kg)
ROW = 1,475 lb. (670.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.89
PMH = 69" (1.75 m)
UW = 586 lb. (266.4 kg)
MOW = 2,107 lb. (957.7 kg)
ROW = 1,325 lb. (602.3 kg)
BR = 1 : 2.62
PMH = 69" (1.75 m)
UW = 556 lb. (252.7 kg)
Front
White Cable - 14’ 8" long
11 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
3 - 1/4" White Cable - 2’ long
3 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
1/4"
CABLES
2Yellow Cables - 38" long
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 2’ long
1/4"
Rear
23' 5"
Not recommended for loads over 60 lb. (27.3 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
8 foot
5 foot
!
1White Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
2 - 1/4" White Cable - 2’ long
2 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
1/4"
CABLES
2Yellow Cables - 38" long
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 2’ long
1/4"
Rear
21' 5"
Front
Not recommended for loads over 120 lb. (54.5 kg)
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
8 foot
3 foot
!
Front
1 - 1/4" White Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" White Cable - 2’ long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
CABLES
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 38" long
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 2’ long
Rear
19' 5"
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
8 foot
1 foot
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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47.
5369
46.
5368
45.
5367
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5' 5"
MH = 25' 7" (7.8 m)
MR = 26' 6" (8.08 m)
MP = 39 lb. (17.7 kg)
BW = 887 lb. (403.2 kg)
BAW = 1,544 lb. (701.8 kg)
5' 5"
MH = 23' 11" (7.3 m)
MR = 24' 6" (7.5 m)
MP = 80 lb. (36.3 kg)
BW = 731 lb. (332.3 kg)
BAW = 1,356 lb. (616.4 kg)
5' 5"
MH = 22' 3" (6.8 m)
MR = 22' 6" (6.9 m)
MP = 126 lb. (57.2 kg)
BW = 601 lb. (273.2 kg)
BAW = 1,195 lb. (543.2 kg)
MOW = 1,935 lb. (879.5 kg)
ROW = N/A
BR = 1 : 4.69
PMH = 49" (1.24 m)
UW = 658 lb. (299 kg)
MOW = 1,948 lb. (885.5 kg)
ROW = N/A
BR = 1 : 4.32
PMH = 49" (1.24 m)
UW = 628 lb. (285 kg)
MOW = 1,955 lb. (888.6 kg)
ROW = 1,863 lb. (846.8 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.95
PMH = 49" (1.24 m)
UW = 598 lb. (272 kg)
Rear
Front
1 - 1/4" White Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
4 - 1/4" White Cable - 2’ long
4 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
CABLES
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 38" long
Rear
25' 5"
Front
1White Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
1
3 - /4" White Cable - 2’ long
3 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
1/4"
CABLES
Yellow Cables - 38" long
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
8 foot
5 foot
2-
1/4"
Rear
23' 5"
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
8 foot
3 foot
Front
1 - 1/4" White Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
2 - 1/4" White Cable - 2’ long
2 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
CABLES
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 38" long
21' 5"
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
8 foot
1 foot
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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50.
5375
49.
5374
48.
5373
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MOW = 1,971 lb. (895.9 kg)
ROW = N/A
BR = 1 : 4.27
PMH = 59" (1.50 m)
UW = 709 lb. (322 kg)
MOW = 1,997 lb. (907.7 kg)
ROW = N/A
BR = 1 : 3.96
PMH = 59" (1.50 m)
UW = 679 lb. (309 kg)
MOW = 2,016 lb. (916.4 kg)
ROW = 1,880 lb. (854.5 kg)
BR = 1 : 3.65
PMH = 59" (1.50 m)
UW = 649 lb. (295 kg)
Rear
25' 5"
Front
White Cable - 14’ 8" long
11 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
5 - 1/4" White Cable - 2’ long
5 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
1/4"
CABLES
27' 5"
2Yellow Cables - 38" long
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 12" long
1/4"
Rear
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
8 foot
5 foot
3 foot
Front
1 - 1/4" White Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
4 - 1/4" White Cable - 2’ long
4 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
CABLES
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 38" long
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 12" long
Rear
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
8 foot
5 foot
1 foot
Front
1 - 1/4" White Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
3 - 1/4" White Cable - 2’ long
3 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
CABLES
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 38" long
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 12" long
23' 5"
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
8 foot
4 foot
R
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6' 5"
MH = 28' 2" (8.59 m)
MR = 28' 6" (8.69 m)
MP = 55.5 lb. (25.2 kg)
BW = 892 lb. (405.5 kg)
BAW = 1,602 lb. (728.2 kg)
6' 5"
MH = 26' 5" (8.05 m)
MR = 26' 6" (8.08 m)
MP = 96 lb. (43.6 kg)
BW = 743 lb. (337.7 kg)
BAW = 1,422 lb. (646.4 kg)
6' 5"
MH = 24' 9" (7.5 m)
MR = 24' 6" (7.47 m)
MP = 141 lb. (64 kg)
BW = 605 lb. (275 kg)
BAW = 1,253 lb. (569.5 kg)
Lenny Mini®
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7' 5"
MH = 25' 7" (7.8 m)
MR = 26' 6" (8.08 m)
MP = 143.5 lb. (65.1 kg)
BW = 887 lb. (403.2 kg)
BAW = 1,544 lb. (701.8 kg)
MOW = 1,935 lb. (879.5 kg)
ROW = N/A
BR = 1 : 3.4
PMH = 64" (1.63 m)
UW = 700 lb. (318 kg)
1/4"
Front
1White Cable - 14’ 8" long
1 - 1/4" Red Cable - 14’ 8" long
5 - 1/4" White Cable - 2’ long
5 - 1/4" Red Cable - 2’ long
CABLES
2Yellow Cables - 38" long
2 - 1/4" Yellow Cables - 2’ long
1/4"
Rear
25' 5"
Blue Center Cable Uses
16 foot
8 foot
5 foot
2 foot
Lenny Mini® Configurations
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Lenny Mini® Warnings
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WARNING: It is not permitted and is unlawful to operate this equipment within 10 feet of High-Voltage Lines of 50,000 volts or less.
For minimum clearances of High-Voltage Lines in excess of 50,000 volts, see California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Article 37,
High-Voltage Electrical Safety Orders.
WARNING:
Keep the crane arm balanced at all times. Avoid sudden disembarking of personnel or removing equipment.
WARNING: When attaching the Bucket Section to the Lenny Mini, be sure that the Quick Release Pin is fully seated. Then hand tighten the large knobs in the Weight Bucket to eliminate any looseness in the connection between the Weight Bucket and the arm. Tighten all the knobs equally.
NOTE: The stated maximum height will vary according to the Base chosen. All weights and heights are based on scale accuracy of 2%.
For configurations not shown in this brochure, or questions regarding a special setup, please contact a Chapman/Leonard Service Representative.
WARNING: The Lenny Arm Bucket Positioning Bolts are for aligning and mounting an EMPTY Bucket to the rear of a Lenny Arm.
As soon as a Bucket is connected to a Lenny Arm with the Positioning Bolts, the two Retaining Rods MUST be inserted and
Knurled Nuts tightened on the Retaining Bolts.
WARNING: Never exceed the maximum payload values for any configuration. Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc. will NOT guarantee the safety or performance of any alterations to the depicted arm configurations.
WARNING:
Do not exceed the listed Post Mount Height (PMH) values to avoid invalidating our safety recommendations.
WARNING: The Lenny Arm rear section combination should be configured so that the bucket touches the ground before the Lenny Arm
vertical travel limits are obtained.
WARNING:
The Lenny Mini is for Remote Use ONLY! Never attempt to use as a Man Set-Up.
SAFETY FIRST!
WARNING
• It is NOT Permitted and is Unlawful to Operate This
Equipment Within 10 Feet of High-Voltage Line of
50,000 Volts or Less.
• For Minimum Clearances of High-Voltage Line in
Excess of 50,000 Volts. See California Code of
Regulations, Title 8, Article 37, High-Voltage Electrical
Safety Orders.
Source Title 8, California Code of Regulations, Subchapter 5, Group 2,
Article 37, §2946, 29 Code of Federal Regulations 1926.451 (F)(6)
Nominal Voltage
Minimum Required Clearance
(Feet)
(Meters)
600 up to 50,000
10
3
Over 50,000 to 75,000
11
3.4
Over 75,000 to 125,000
13
4
Over 125,000 to 175,000
15
4.6
Over 175,000 to 250,000
17
4.6
Over 250,000 to 370,000
21
6.4
Over 370,000 to 550,000
27
8.2
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12.8
Warnings Regarding the CS Base
DO NOT exceed the total weight capacity of the CS Base.
DO NOT use the tires on the CS Base as a step. The tires
will turn easily if the base is raised up on the Jackscrews.
DO NOT use the Riser in any Manned Configurations. The
Riser is for Unmanned or Remote Configurations only.
DO NOT mix tire types. All tires on the CS Base must be of
the same type.
DO place the CS Base on firm ground or provide further
support by adding plywood sheeting or other means.
DO keep any unused Weights in the Storage Areas of the
CS Base. This adds to the balance and stability of the
CS Base.
DO wear gloves when handling Weights.
DO use the Pneumatic Tires as a Safety Feature when the
CS Base is used on track.
DO ensure the Weight Bucket is able to touch the ground
when an Arm is attached to the CS Base.
The Cable System MUST be used on any Arm attached to
the CS Base if the Auxiliary Weight Bucket is used on the
Arm.
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Parts and Accessories
All weights are based on scale accuracy of 2%
Center Post: 90.5 lb. (41.1 kg)
A: 15.5" (.39 m)
B: 19.3" (.49 m)
C: 24" (.61 m)
Note: Length is 25" (.64 m)
including leveling rod ends
Nose Segment +
Camera Plate: 43.5 lb. (19.7 kg)
A: 9.8" (.25 m)
B: 19.5" (.5 m)
C: 24.5" (.62 m)
D: 5" (.13 m) end to bearing
2 Ft. (.61 m) Rear Section: 30 lb. (13.6 kg)
Note: Length is 26" (.66 m) including leveling
rod ends and insert pins. (Insert pins are
on right side.)
B
A
C
R
2 Ft. (.61 m) Reversible Section: 30.5 lb.
(13.8 kg) Note: Length is 26" (.66 m) including
leveling rod ends and insert pins.
C
D
B
A
A
Bucket Segment: 17.5 lb. (7.9 kg)
A: 8" (.2 m)
B: 5" (.13 m) end to bearing
Small Bucket: 39.5 lb. (17.9 kg)
Total Capacity: 21 Weights - 577 lb. (262.3 kg)
A: 25" (.64 m)
B: 7.5" (.19 m)
B
1 Ft. (.3 m) Front Section: 21 lb. (9.5 kg)
Note: Length is 14" (.36 m) including leveling
rod ends and insert pins. (Insert pins are
on left side.)
B
Short Split Bucket: 67.5 lb. (30.6 kg)
Total Capacity: 30 Weights - 825 lb. (374.6 kg)
A: 17.5" (.44 m)
B: 14" (.36 m)
1 Ft. (.3 m) Rear Section: 21 lb. (9.5 kg)
Note: Length is 14" (.36 m) including leveling
rod ends and insert pins. (Insert pins are
on right side.)
width from
side to side:
24.5" (.62 m)
A
B
2 Ft. (.61 m) Front Section: 30 lb. (13.6 kg)
Note: Length is 26" (.66 m) including leveling
rod ends and insert pins. (Insert pins are
on left side.)
Split Bucket: 67 lb. (30.5 kg)
Total Capacity: 44 Weights - 1,210 lb. (550 kg)
A: 29.5" (.75 m)
B: 14" (.36 m)
C
Nose Segment +
Camera Plate: 48.5 lb. (22 kg)
A: 9.8" (.25 m)
B: 29" (.74 m)
C: 28.5" (.72 m)
D: 5" (.13 m) end to bearing
width from
side to side:
21.8" (.55 m)
A
width from
side to side:
24.5" (.62 m)
A
D
B
B
A
Heavy Split Bucket: 169 lb. (76.7 kg)
Total Capacity: 44 Weights - 1,210 lb. (550 kg)
A: 29.5" (.75 m)
B: 14" (.36 m)
Cable System: 34.5 lb. (15 kg) - 43 lb. (19 kg)
Weight: 27.5 lb. (12.5 kg)
width from
side to side:
24.5" (.62 m)
A
B
Terms and Definitions
MH = Maximum Height. (From lens to ground in underslung
mode. An additional 2 to 4 feet may be achieved by inverting
remote head.)
MR = Maximum Reach. (As measured from center post to ideal
camera position.)
MP = Maximum Payload.
BAW + (BR + 1) X Nose Load = Operating Weight for any given nose load.
** = PeeWee, Hybrid & Hustler hydraulic arm use
is possible with a 50 lb. maximum load.
*** = Hybrid and Hustler hydraulic arm use is
possible with a 50 lb. maximum load.
BW = Bucket Weight for balanced arm. (No payload.)
BAW = Balanced Arm Weight. (No payload.)
Ex. Figure
Diagram lengths are measured from bearing to bearing.
All diagrams are drawn to scale.
MOW = Maximum Operating Weight of unit. (With maximum
payload and a full bucket.)
ROW = Remote Operational Weight of unit. ( With 135 lb. payload.)
BR = Balance Ratio. (Determines the weight required in bucket
to balance a payload after arm has been balanced.)
PMH = Post Mount Height needed to obtain maximum
height on level ground. (Do not exceed.)
UW = Unit Weight.
2' 5"
5' 5"
Lenny Mini® Components
Front Nose Section
5346
Center Post
5345
Rear Bucket Section
5347
1 Foot Section
5355
2 Foot Reversible
Section
5358
Overslung Nose
5455
Underslung Nose
5362
2 Foot Rear Section
5350
2 Foot Front Section
5348
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Lenny Mini® Components
Small Bucket
5351
Split Bucket
5352
Center Post Cable Bracket
5121
Quick Release Pin
9078
Safety Cap & 2" Bolt
4415
Cable Carrying Case
5129
Front Cable Bracket
5428
Rear Cable Bracket
5429
Strut
4696
Lenny Mini Cart
0430
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Lenny Mini® Components
User Guide
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1/4
Weight
6 7/8 lb.
3148
1/2
Weight
13 3/4 lb.
3150
Weight Cart
400
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Weight
271/2 lb.
3151
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Lenny Mini® Components
Rear Cables
5125
Assorted Cable Lengths
5432 - 5436
Front Cables
5123
8 Foot Cable
5435
Bucket Quick Release Pin
5289
2 Foot Cables
5124
Turnbuckle 1/2" x 12"
5437
1 Foot Cables
5430
Quick Release Pins
9077
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LENNY MINI IS FOR REMOTE USE ONLY
The Lenny Mini can be mounted on these Chapman/Leonard products:
46.5"
(1.19 m)
40"
(1 m)
8' 6"
(2.59 m)
49"
(1.22 m)
41"
(1 m)
Super Peewee®
(With High Post Kit)
MAXIMUM PAYLOAD =
1,100 lb. (500 kg)
Operating Weight of unit =
386 lb. (175 kg)
Min. Carrying Wt. of unit =
280 lb. (127 kg)
Hybrid
Hy Hy®
(With High Post Kit)
(With 7.5" riser)
MAXIMUM PAYLOAD =
1,900 lb. (863 kg)
Operating Weight of unit =
501 lb. (227 kg)
Min. Carrying Wt. of unit =
395 lb. (180 kg)
Pedolly®
Olympian
MAXIMUM PAYLOAD =
2,900 lb. (1,318 kg)
Operating Weight of unit =
325 lb. (148 kg)
Minimum Carrying Weight
of unit = 260 lb. (118 kg)
Chassis
(with Center Post Insert)
MAXIMUM PAYLOAD =
1,700 lb. (795 kg)
Weight of unit =
1,790 lb. (813 kg)
MAXIMUM PAYLOAD =
1,100 lb. (500 kg)
Weight of unit =
248 lb. (112 kg)
Minimum carrying weight =
224 lb. (102 kg)
For Super Nova
For Apollo
72"
(1.8 m)
ATB Base
(7.5" riser optional)
MAXIMUM PAYLOAD =
5,500 lb. (2,500 kg)
Weight of unit =
2,339 lb. (1,063 kg)
64"
(1.6 m)
CS Base®
(With 7.5" riser)
MAXIMUM PAYLOAD =
5,500 lb. (2,500 kg)
Operating Weight of unit =
771 lb. (350 kg)
Min. Carrying Wt. of unit =
302 lb. (137 kg)
60"
(1.3 m)
Camera Car
Mount
30' 8"
(9.3 m)
22' 8"
(6.9 m)
(7.5" riser optional)
MAXIMUM PAYLOAD =
3,300 lb. (1,519 kg)
Weight of unit =
515 lb. (237 kg)
Mobile Crane
For SUPER NOVA/APOLLO With Platform and 2 Ft. riser: MAXIMUM
PAYLOAD = 2,700 lb. [1,227 kg).Platform at 1/2 circle weighs 285
lb. (131 kg). Platform at full circle weighs 412 lb. (189 kg). These
weights, depending on application, are deducted from Maximum
Payload. Subtract 8 Ft. (2.4 m) for Apollo height.
The maximum height for the LENNY MINI is calculated by using the bearings at
both ends of the arm as points of reference. Assuming that the arm is at its maximum
angle of elevation (56 ) and that the arm touches the ground, the maximum height
is calculated by multiplying the arm length by sin56 (.829). The forward bearing height
is approximately the same as the camera lens height when the camera is underslung.
Additional height can be achieved by the use of risers or by overslinging.
MH
The maximum payloads and operational weights for the LENNY MINI have been calculated using a CAMERA PLATE (7 lb.)
and NOSE SEGMENT (18 lb.). Please consider these facts while deciding which configuration is to be chosen for a given
task.
To calculate specific operational weight for any given
configuration, please use the following formula:
Specific
BAW
+
payload
Operational = (Balanced arm
(camera weight,
Weight
weight, no payload.) risers, etc.)
+
payload x balance ratio
(Weight in bucket required to
balance the given payload.)
SPECIFIC OPERATIONAL HEIGHT ON
ELEVATED PLATFORMS =
PLATFORM
MOUNT
+
HEIGHT
(Ground
to mount)
FORWARD LENGTH +
1.1 Ft. (.35 m)
OF ARM x .829
(Center post to
(Center post bearing
fwd. bearing)
to mount)
Actual Height (H) = MH - (PMH x BR - Actual Mount Height x BR)
Never exceed the maximum payload values for any configuration.
Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment, Inc. will NOT guarantee the safety or
performance of any alterations to the depicted arm configurations.
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Lenny Mini® Triple Cable System Checklist
Quantity
2
10
Item Description
15 foot Front Cable
2 foot Extension
7
Center Cable (Blue) 1', 2', 3', 4', 5'., 8' and 16'
2
38 inch Rear Cable
2
10 inch Rear Cable
23 Quick Release Pins, 3/8' x 1"
4
Quick Release Pins, 3/8" x 1 1/2"
4 Cable System Turnbuckle 1/2" x 6"
1
Cable System Turnbuckle 12" x 1/2" with 2 Bolts and Nuts 1 1/2" x 3/8"
2
F/R Brackets
4
Nuts 3/8"
4
Washers 3/8"
2 Lenny Mini Center Post Brackets
4
1/2"
2
Center Post Spreaders
1
Carrying Case
x 3/8" Bolt (Bracket)
1
Lenny
Mini User
Guide
KEEP
THE CRANE ARM
BALANCED
AT ALL
TIMES. AVOID SUDDEN DISEMBARKING OF PERSONNEL OR
REMOVING OF EQUIPMENT
The Lenny Arm rear section
combination should be
configurated so that the
bucket touches the ground
before the Lenny Arm vertical
travel limits are obtained.
Bucket reaches ground
(RECOMMENDED)
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Bucket does not reach ground
(NOT RECOMMENDED)
WARNING: DOUseNOT
EXCEED THE LISTED POST MOUNT HEIGHT (PMH) VALUES TO
a Qualified Operator. For Assistance Please call our 24 hour Customer Service at 1-888-883-6559.
AVOID INVALIDATING
OUR SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS.
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