BETCO | XT3 21 | Operator`s manual | BETCO XT3 21 Operator`s manual

BETCO XT3 21 Operator`s manual
E12601-00
XT3 21
21”
Battery Burnisher
Operator’s Manual
Parts Schematic
©2007 Betco Corporation. All Rights Reserved. 1001 Brown Avenue • Toledo, Ohio 43607-0127 • 888-GO-BETCO • www.betco.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
COVER PAGE
1
LEFT BLANK INTENTIONALLY
2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
3
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
4-5
SPECIFICATIONS
6
PROCEDURES FOR LOADING, TRANSPORTING, AND UNLOADING
7
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
8
BATTERY CHARGING
9
BATTERY MAINTENANCE
10
BATTERY CHARGER OPERATION
11
CHARGER SETTINGS FOR DIFFERENT BATTERIES
12
BATTERY DISCHARGE INDICATOR AND HOUR METER INFORMATION
13
PAD CHANGING INSTRUCTIONS
14
BALANCING INSTRUCTIONS
15
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION AND SHIPPING EYEBOLT REPLACEMENT
16
XT3-21 BELT TENSIONING INSTRUCTIONS
17
XT3-21 COVER AND HANDLE
18 - 19
XT3-21DECK, FRAME, AND WHEELS
20 - 21
XT3-21 MOTOR, PULLEYS, AND BELT
22 - 23
XT3-21 PAD DRIVER ASSEMBLY
24
XT3-21 ELECTRICAL AND BATTERY VIEW
25-27
ELECTRICAL LAYOUT
28
WIRING LADDER DIAGRAM
29
WIRING HARNESS
30
TROUBLE SHOOTING
31
WARRANTY
32
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Hazard Level
Explanation or Description of Hazard Level
Failure to follow safety instructions labeled
injury or death to the machine operator or others.
could result in severe
could result in injury to
the machine operator or others. Also, machine or property damage could
occur.
could result in damage
Failure to follow safety instructions labeled
to the machine or other property.
This manual contains important information about your
machine. Read and understand all instructions before
operating the machine. Failure to read and follow the
instructions could result in injury to the person operating the
machine or injury to others. Damage to the machine or other
property could occur if instructions are not followed.
Do not operate this machine around any solvents, thinners, or other
flammable liquids or materials. Electrical sparks can cause a fire or even an
explosion.
Do not smoke around the machine. Also, keep all sparks and flames away
from the batteries. The batteries generate gases that can cause an
explosion.
Special care needs to be used when working on or near the batteries. Wear
eye protection. Do not lay tools on batteries, as they may short out battery
terminals. Do not wear metal jewelry, as it may short out battery terminals.
Charging batteries can be dangerous. Be aware that the battery charger
may have a relatively low voltage output, but the current output is very high
and therefore dangerous. Do not operate the charger if any parts of the
charger or charger cords are damaged. Do not stand on a wet floor when
connecting or disconnecting charger to the power outlet or to the
machine.
Safety Instructions are continued on the next page
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 4
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Battery acid is dangerous. Wear eye and face protection, hand protection,
and body protection when working on and around batteries. If you get acid
on your skin, wash off immediately. If you get acid on your clothing, remove
clothing and wash any skin that was in contact with the clothing. Baking
soda mixed with water will help to neutralize the acid on your skin.
The machine is very heavy, so be very careful when loading, transporting,
and unloading the machine.
Keep all body parts, clothing, and objects away from moving parts.
Operate machine from the rear, not from the side.
Disconnect a wire to the batteries before working on the machine.
Do not operate machine with charger plugged in.
Do not operate machine with any parts damaged or missing.
Do not operate close to stairs, loading docks, or other drop-offs. Do not park
machine in such a manner that it could roll, forward or backward, off a
drop-off.
Authorized personnel must perform maintenance and repairs. Do not alter or
modify the machine, unless authorized by the manufacturer.
Do not expose the electrical components to water or excessive moisture.
Always put caution signs around the areas that are being cleaned.
Do not use machine as a “ladder”. Do not use machine as a “forklift” to
push stuff around. Do not ride or let anyone ride on the machine.
Your machine warranty may be voided if parts other than PowerBuff parts
are used.
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 5
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
XT3 - 21 Product Specifications
Burnish path:
Pad size:
Motor:
Motor controller:
21”
21”
Maintenance Free, brushless, rated at 5 hp.
Monitors and maintains consistent pad speed and
torque
Motor speed:
2000 rpm
Pad pressure:
Approx. 25 lbs.
Pad driver:
Flexible, Flex Lock III
Center lock:
Threaded, for easy installation
Noise level:
70 dB (at operator)
Voltage:
36 volt system
Batteries:
(3) Maintenance free, 12 volt, 140 ah, AGM
Technology
Run time:
Up to 2.5 hours
Charger:
Onboard, high frequency computer controlled
Battery/hour meter gauge: Yes, BDI (battery discharge indicator) computer
controlled
Key switch:
Yes.
Main power light:
Yes, bright red
Safety switch:
Yes, spring loaded handle assembly
Length:
56”
Width:
24.5”
Height:
40.5”
Weight:
484 lbs.
Tank Construction:
Polyethylene
Deck Construction:
Cast Aluminum
Wheels:
(2) 6” heavy duty, non-marking, sealed bearings
Casters:
(2) 3” heavy duty, non-marking
Productivity:
Up to 24,000 sq.ft/hr.
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 6
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
Procedures for Loading, Transporting, and Unloading
Battery Burnisher
The machine is very heavy, so be very careful when loading,
transporting, and unloading the machine. Use at least two
people to load or unload the machine.
•
Loading Procedure Using a Ramp
o It is not recommended that the battery burnisher be loaded using a
ramp with an incline of more than 7 degrees. The machine is not
self-propelled and therefore it is not able to assist itself up a ramp.
It is too heavy to manually push up a steep incline.
o If you must load with a ramp, the incline must be no more than 7
degrees. (This would permit a height of no more than one foot for
an 8-foot ramp).
o Ramp must be secured to vehicle, and be clean and dry.
o Machine must be pushed or pulled straight up the ramp and never
at an angle.
•
Loading Procedure Using a Lift Gate
o Lift gate must have ample capacity to lift the burnisher.
o Wheels must be firmly chocked to prevent burnisher from rolling off
the lift gate.
•
Securing Battery Burnisher
o Burnisher must be secured, so that it will not roll or turn over. Use
chocks and tie downs to secure.
o Please be aware that the battery burnisher is very heavy, and that a
metal bulkhead in a van may not contain equipment in the event of
an accident. The equipment in a van can be more dangerous than
the accident itself.
•
Unloading Procedure Using a Ramp
o Ramp must be long enough so that removal can be controlled. Use
same ramp incline restrictions as used for loading burnisher.
o Ramp must be secured to vehicle, and be clean and dry.
o Machine must be taken straight down the ramp and never at an
angle.
o Do not let machine run over you or anyone else as it comes off
ramp.
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 7
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY LEVER
KEY SWITCH
ROCKER SWITCH
TO START BUFFING:
# 1 - TURN ON KEY SWITCH
# 2 - TURN ON ROCKER SWITCH
# 3 - DEPRESS SAFETY HANDLE
AND BEGIN BUFFING
TO END BUFFING:
# 1 - RELEASE SAFETY HANDLE
# 2 - TURN OFF ROCKER SWITCH
# 3 - TURN OFF KEY SWITCH
AFTER EACH USE:
PLUG CHARGER CORD
INTO 110 VOLT WALL OUTLET
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 8
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
BATTERY CHARGING
REFER TO NEXT THREE PAGES FOR
BATTERY CHARGER OPERATION
AND BATTERY MAINTENANCE
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Become familiar with and follow the instructions issued by the charger
manufacturer.
Batteries should be charged after each period of use. Lead acid batteries
do not develop a memory and need not be fully discharged before
recharging.
The charger is factory set to properly charger the size and type batteries
that were supplied with your machine.
Charge only in well-ventilated area. Keep sparks or flames away from a
charging battery.
Do not get the charger wet.
Do not remove battery caps, the caps are vented. Caps on standard wet
cell batteries. No caps on AGM batteries.
Do not charge machine in a wet area.
Do not stand in a wet area when plugging in charger to the 110 volt
receptacle.
Plug in the charger to a properly grounded 110 volt receptacle.
Lights will indicate the charging status.
Charger will shut off automatically when batteries are fully charged.
TO CHARGE BATTERIES:
•
OPEN DOOR
•
REMOVE ELECTRICAL CORD
•
PLUG INTO 11O VOLT OUTLET
•
BATTERIES WILL BEGIN CHARGING
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 9
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
figure 2
WATER
LEVEL
IN THIS
CELL IS
TOO HIGH
WATER
LEVEL
IN THIS
CELL IS
TOO LOW
DO NOT OVERFILL.
DO NOT FILL ABOVE
THE BOTTOM OF THE TUBE
THAT EXTENDS INTO BATTERY.
KEEP ABOUT 1/4" BELOW
BOTTOM OF TUBE.
ADD DISTILLED WATER, AS NEEDED,
SO THAT ELECTROLYTE LEVEL
IS ABOUT 1/2" ABOVE PLATES.
WATER
LEVEL
IN THIS
CELL IS
GOOD
KEEP ELECTROLYTE LEVEL
ABOVE TOP OF PLATES.
CHECK ELECTROLYTE
LEVEL IN ALL CELLS
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 10
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
BATTERY CHARGER OPERATION
OPERATION
•
•
•
PLUG THE CORD FROM THE CHARGER INTO A 110 VOLT OUTLET
• Batteries should now start charging.
A test is run on the battery voltage to decide if the charging process should be started or not. If the
battery is not connected to the battery charger, the display will show the word “bat”. The word will
stay on, even if the test is failed (for instance, reversed polarities or incorrect battery connection). If
the test is passed, the display will show the battery voltage for approximately 5 seconds and the
battery will begin to be charged. The charging cycle progress will be shown by red, yellow, and
green LED indicators. At the end of the charge, when the green indicator is on, unplug the cord from
the socket and operate the machine.
NOTE: THE MACHINE WILL NOT POWER ON IF THE CHARGER IS STILL PLUGGED IN TO
THE 110 VOLT OUTLET.
INDICATOR LIGHTS
• Red indicator shows that the charging cycle has started.
• Yellow indicator shows that the final phase of the charging cycle has
started.
• Green indicator shows that the charging cycle has finished.
DISPLAY
Press button “S” (for Selection) to display:
• A = the charging current,
• U = the battery voltage,
• h = the charging time,
• C = the charging ampere-hours [Ah],
• E = the energy used [KWh].
CAUTION - CHARGER SETTINGS MUST BE
CHANGED IF BATTERY TYPE IS CHANGED
(SEE NEXT PAGE FOR SETTINGS)
THIS BATTERY CHARGER IS FACTORY SET FOR THE TYPE OF BATTERIES THAT CAME WITH
YOUR MACHINE. IF YOU SWITCH BATTERY TYPES (FOR EXAMPLE GO FROM AGM TYPE
BATTERIES TO STANDARD WET CELL BATTERIES), THEN THE BATTERY CHARGER MUST BE
REPROGRAMMED. SEE NEXT PAGE “HOW TO SET THE CHARGER FOR DIFFERENT SIZES AND
TYPES OF BATTERIES” FOR INSTRUCTION.
GENERAL INFORMATION AND WARNINGS
• READ SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ON PAGES 4 AND 5
• This is a state-of-the-art electronic high frequency automatic battery charger with microprocessor.
• It is suitable for any battery type, if the charger has the proper settings. (Call manufacturer of
machine on how to set the charger for different batteries than were supplied with your machine)..
• Never disconnect the battery while charging, since this could cause sparks.
• Never use the equipment in the rain, in areas used for washing, or in wet or damp areas.
• Use battery chargers only in well ventilated areas.
FOR LEAD ACID BATTERIES:
• Control the water level after each charging process. (See “Battery Maintenance” page).
• Refill with distilled water only.
• Caution! The gases generated during charging are explosive. Do not smoke in the vicinity of the
batteries. When working with cables and electrical equipment, avoid open flames and sparks.
• Attention: Use protective glasses and gloves during battery maintenance. Battery acid causes
injuries. In case of contact with battery acid, wash the affected parts with a lot of fresh water and
consult a doctor if necessary.
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 11
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
HOW TO SET THE CHARGER
FOR DIFFERENT SIZES AND TYPES OF BATTERIES
THE INFORMATION THAT FOLLOWS IS PROVIDED SHOULD YOU EVER
CHANGE THE TYPE OR SIZE OF BATTERIES IN YOUR MACHINE. CONSULT
WITH THE EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER BEFORE YOU MAKE ANY CHANGES
TO THE CHARGER SETTINGS. DAMAGE COULD OCCUR TO THE BATTERIES
AND MORE SERIOUS, IF THE BATTERIES ARE CHARGED TO THE INCORRECT
AMPERAGE OR VOLTAGE, THE BATTERIES COULD EXPLODE.
UP IS ON
DOWN IS OFF
DIP SWITCHES ARE LOCATED UNDER LABEL
DIP 1, DIP 2, DIP 3, AND DIP 4 ARE FOR SELECTING THE CHARGING CURVE
DIP 1
DIP 2
DIP 3
DIP 4
CHARGING
CURVE
OFF
ON
ON
ON
WET BATTERIES
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
AGM BATTERIES
PLEASE CONSULT EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER BEFORE CHANGING
DIP 5 AND DIP 6 ARE CONTROL THE CHARGING CURRENT
DIP 5
DIP 6
AMPERAGE
ON
ON
15 A
OFF
ON
20 A
ON
OFF
25 A
OFF
OFF
30 A
DIP 7 AND DIP 8 CONTROL THE BATTERY CHARGING VOLTAGE
DIP 7
DIP 8
VOLTAGE
ON
ON
12 V
OFF
ON
24 V
ON
OFF
36 V
OFF
OFF
48 V
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 12
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
BATTERY DISCHARGE INDICATOR (BDI) AND HOUR METER
7 0 1
2
6
5 4 3
Connector pin configuration (B)
1: hour meter input 2: key +
3: relay +
4: relay –
5: battery –
6: not used
7: not used
8: battery +
A
C
1 2 3 4
B
5 6 7 8
D
E
BACK
FRONT
A. Shutoff voltage rotary dipswitch. Factory set to 4 (32.76 volts). This is the voltage at which the
batteries are 80% discharged. Do not set below this voltage or battery life will be shortened.
B. Connections to meter (molex connector)
C. Hour meter (display is always on, but only counts time when negative voltage is applied to pin 1)
D. Low voltage shutoff LED
E. Battery condition LED’s. (1 through 7 with 7 being fully charged batteries)
POSITION
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
VOLTS PER CELL
1.63
1.68
1.73
1.76
1.82
1.84
1.86
1.89
TOTAL VOLTS
29.34
30.24
31.14
31.68
32.76
33.12
33.48
34.02
BDI DISPLAY
When the machine is turned on, the battery level indicator is switched on and the LED (D or E)
corresponding to the position currently held by the rotary dipswitch will turn on. Position 0 (zero)
corresponds to the red LED (D), position 1 corresponds to the first yellow LED (row of 7 LED’s (D), and
so on. After that, all the LED’s turn on for a few seconds (lamp test) and then ordinary operation is
started. The battery level indicator features two voltage thresholds: the stopping threshold and the
resetting threshold. The stopping threshold corresponds to the value of the voltage at the end of
discharge and depends on the position of the rotary dipswitch (A) located at the back side of the
indicator. The resetting threshold corresponds to the reset-point threshold of the device (this value
varies along with the discharging current selected by the dipswitch (A) and is close to the battery
nominal value). When the voltage value corresponding to the stopping threshold is reached, the last
yellow LED will flash for 15 seconds, then the red LED will turn on, and the blocking relay will open. To
reset, switch off the battery level indicator, charge the batteries, and then switch on the machine.
BDI OPERATION
When the battery level indicator is switched on, the battery voltage is measured, and:
• If the voltage is below the stopping voltage, the machine will not run.
• If the voltage is higher than the resetting threshold, all the LED’s will turn on again and the battery
level indicator will reset and the machine will run.
• If the voltage ranges between the stopping voltage and the resetting voltage, the LED’s will turn on
rapidly according to the condition prior to the switching off. If the previous condition was a stop, the
last yellow LED will flash.
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 13
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
PAD CHANGING INSTRUCTIONS
TILT MACHINE BACK AND
REMOVE FRONT COVER
DO NOT TILT MACHINE ON ITS SIDE
USE 3/4" OPEN END
WRENCH TO SECURE
SHAFT AND SPIN
PAD DRIVER OFF
SHAFT BY HAND
DETAIL A
SCALE 1 : 6
A
CENTER THE PAD ON PAD HOLDER
AND TIGHTEN CENTER LOCK
USE THE HI-SHINE LIGHT BURNISH PAD
21" IS PART NUMBER F084621 (5 PER CASE)
27" IS PART NUMBER F084627 (5 PER CASE)
SPIN PAD DRIVER BACK ONTO SHAFT
AND REPLACE COVER
NOTE: PAD CAN BE CHANGED ON THE MACHINE WITHOUT REMOVING PAD DRIVER,
BUT YOU MUST GET ON THE FLOOR AND BE SURE THAT PAD IS CENTERED ON PAD DRIVER.
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 14
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
BALANCING INSTRUCTIONS
TO ACHIEVE PROPER MACHINE BALANCE
SHIFT SHIMS FROM FRONT TO BACK OR
BACK TO FRONT OF BATTERIES
For best operation and maximum battery life, the XTG3 battery burnisher must have the
correct pad pressure. The burnisher should require only minor adjustments to the balance. Only the
battery shims should be adjusted. The wheel axel positions are factory set and are in the proper
locations in the wheel brackets.
Tilt the burnisher back. Remove front cover.
Tilt burnisher to upright position.
With a new pad, the burnisher should hesitate and then barely fall back.
With a worn pad, the burnisher should barely sit upright.
If burnisher falls back easily, then the batteries need to be moved forward.
•
Remove several battery spacers from front of batteries
•
Slide batteries forward
•
Add spacer(s) to rear of batteries
•
Slide batteries tight against rear spacers (can be done by tilting machine back quickly)
•
Replace remaining spacers in front of batteries (batteries should now be “locked” into position)
If burnisher sits upright easily, then the batteries need to be moved back.
•
Remove some battery spacer(s) from rear of batteries
•
Slide batteries back
•
Replace remaining spacers in front of batteries (batteries should now be “locked” into position)
If batteries are moved as far as possible and proper balance cannot be achieved,
then one of the wheels may be moved to achieve balance. The burnisher is factory balanced,
so this is usually not necessary unless different batteries are installed by the customer. Most of the time,
only one wheel needs to be moved. Any stagger of the wheels should have the left wheel in front (to the
front of the machine) of the right wheel.
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 15
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION AND
SHIPPING EYEBOLT REPLACEMENT
HAVE SERIAL NUMBER AVAILABLE
WHEN CALLING SERVICE CENTER
FOR PARTS OR SERVICE
LOCATION
OF SERIAL #
21" HAS ONE EYEBOLT
27" HAS TWO EYEBOLTS
A
REPLACE THE SHIPPING
EYEBOLT WITH THE
PROVIDED HAMMER RIVET
DETAIL B
SCALE 1 : 4
DETAIL A
SCALE 1 : 4
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
B
Page 16
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
XT3-21 BELT TENSIONING INSTRUCTIONS
figure 2
DETAIL VIEW OF BELT AND TENSIONER
fig. 1
TENSIONER BOLT
USE 9/16"
WRENCH
OR SOCKET
TEST TENSION BY
PUSHING OR PULLING
ON BELT. WITH BELT
PROPERLY TENSIONED,
THE PULLEY ON THE
TENSIONER ARM
SHOULD MOVE ONLY
ABOUT AN INCH.
USE 15/16 SOCKET WITH EXTENSION
TO TIGHTEN TENSIONER IN DIRECTION
SHOWN TO PUSH INSIDE OF BELT OUT
TO TIGHTEN THE BELT TENSIONER
(Tensioner may have slipped, or belt may have stretched)
1.
Tilt machine back and remove front cover
2.
Using a 3/4" open end wrench, secure the top of the shaft and remove
pad driver assembly. (see "Pad Changing Instructions" page)
3.
On the top of the deck, use a 9/16” wrench or socket to loosen tensioner
bolt. Leave a little snug to help hold tensioner in place after adjustment.
(location shown in fig. 1)
4.
Using a 15/16” socket with an extension, fully tighten tensioner from the
underside of deck, and back off 10 to 15 degrees. This will be about 2
inches at the end of the socket handle. (Note: This is about one mark on
the tensioner. There are five marks on the side of the tensioner, which are
difficult to see with the tensioner in place. Each mark is equal to about 15
degrees. This leaves the tensioner at about 60 degrees of tightness.)(see
figure 2)
5.
While holding position tensioner in this proper location, fully tighten the
tensioner bolt from the top. TIGHTEN SECURELY!
6.
Make sure tensioner did not slip by pushing or pulling on side of belt away
from tensioner. Belt should be tight and move the tensioner arm 10 to 15
degrees (about 1 ").
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 17
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
XT3-21 COVER AND HANDLE
16
15
14
13
3
11
2
16
8
14
3
5
6
7
1
5
4
10
7
8
7
2
6
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
5
4
9
Page 18
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
XT3-21 COVER AND HANDLE
18 NUT IS
HIDDEN
11
17
21
13
13
22
A
19
20
6
15
6
16
11
14
12
ITEM NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
PART NO.
E012653
E012633
E012625
E012633
E012676
E011834
E012219
E012632
E012640
E012641
E012638
E010259
E012639
E011051
E011504
E011136
E011122
E012242
E012215
E011565
E011553
E012221
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
QTY.
1
3
1
3
12
11
8
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
DETAIL A
SCALE 1 : 2
DESCRIPTION
21" DURACOAT MILLED DECK
LATCH, RUBBER DRAW (PART 1 OF 2)
ROTOMOLDED SHROUD XT21G3
LATCH, RUBBER DRAW (PART 2 OF 2)
RIVET, LOAD SPREADING, 5/32"
WASHER, FLAT, 1/4
SCREW, 1/4-20 x 1, PHMS, BLACK
DOOR, ACCESS
HINGE WELDMENT A
HINGE WELDMENT B
HANDLE, MAIN XTG3
CAP, TUBING, BLACK, 1"
HANDLE, SAFETY SHUTOFF XTG3
BOLT, HEX, 1/4-20 x 1.25
WASHER, LOCK, 3/8
WASHER, FLAT, 3/8 SAE
SCREW, 1/4-20 x .5, PHMS, SS
NUT, FLANGED, 1/4-20
SWITCH, SAFETY SHUTOFF
SPRING, HANDLE RETURN
LANYARD 3/64 x 6"
SLEEVE FOR LANYARD, ALUMINUM
Page 19
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
XT3-21 DECK, FRAME, AND WHEELS
7
4
7
11
13
6
8
5
9
8
11
9
13
14
3
8
9
1
24
2
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 20
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
XT3-21 DECK, FRAME, AND WHEELS
22
DETAIL A
SCALE 1 : 4
8
9
A
10
23
11
21
12
12
3
19
17
18
15
ITEM NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
PART NO.
E010705
E011531
E012653
E012634
E012643
E011833
E012204
E012248
E011133
E012242
E011424
E011432
E011136
E012635
E012672
*
E012675
E011176
E012644
E012285
E012237
E012656
E012242
E012584
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
20
16
QTY. DESCRIPTION
1 BUMPER GUARD, RED
5 RIVET, T-RIVET, BSP T63
1 21" DURACOAT MILLED DECK
1 FULL MOUNT FOR XT21
1 CHARGER CORD WRAP
2 SCREW, 1/4-20 x .75, PHMS, BLACK
2 TRIM, EDGE, SOLD BY THE FOOT
11 BOLT, HEX, 1/4-20 x 1
12 WASHER, FLAT, 1/4
10 NUT, FLANGED, 1/4-20
8 BOLT, HH, 3/8-16 x 1.5
8 NUT, FLANGE, 3/8-16
8 WASHER, FLAT, 3/8 SAE
2 HANDLE TO BASE MOUNT FOR XT21
4 BEARING, SEALED BALL BEARING FOR WHEEL
2 BUSHING, WHEEL, 1.5 x .5 OD x .312 ID
2 BOLT, HH, 5/16 - 18 x 2.75
2 NUT, NYLOC, 5/16-18
2 ADJUSTABLE WHEEL BRACKET 4.062 AXLE
2 WHEEL, 6" x 1.5" WITH BUSHING
2 CASTER, 3" WITH GREY WHEEL
1 CHAIN, STAINLESS, STATIC, SOLD BY THE FOOT
1 NUT, NYLOCK, 1/4-20
1 RIVET, 3/8" HAMMER RIVET
Page 21
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
XT3-21 MOTOR, PULLEYS, AND BELT
16
1
12
13
17
2
A
3
14
19
8
15
9
10
18
DETAIL A
SCALE 1 : 2
7
10
20
10
20
14
17
13
12
8
7
9
18
19
15
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 22
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
XT3-21 MOTOR, PULLEYS, AND BELT
16
5
4
6
3
11
12
13
1
ITEM NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION
E012653 1 21" DURACOAT MILLED DECK
*
4 SHIM FOR FRONT END BEARING HOUSING
E012284 1 BEARING AND SHAFT ASSEMBLY
E010116 4 BOLT, 7/16-14 x 1.25
E012218 4 WASHER, FLAT, 7/16 SAE
E012217 4 WASHER, LOCK, 7/16
E012459 1 KEYSTOCK, 7mm x 8mm x 30mm
E012401 1 PULLEY, 7.5 OD, QT STYLE
E012400 1 PULLEY BUSHING, 25MM SHAFT, QT STYLE
E012248 4 BOLT, HEX, 1/4-20 x 1
E011051 1 BOLT, HEX, 1/4-20 x 1.25
E011136 5 WASHER, FLAT, 3/8 SAE
E011504 5 WASHER, LOCK, 3/8
E010459 1 BELT TENSIONER, SMALL FOR XT
E010107 1 BELT, BX40
E012197 1 MOTOR,36 VDC, BRUSHLESS
E011424 4 BOLT, HH, 3/8-16 x 1.5
E012663 1 PULLEY BUSHING, 1" SHAFT, QT STYLE
E012662 1 PULLEY, BK45QT
E011723 1 KEYSTOCK, 1/4 x 1/4
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 23
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
XT3-21 FLEX-LOC PAD DRIVER ASSEMBLY
(COMPLETE ASSEMBLY- PE50028)
5
6
2
1
7
3
8
4
ITEM NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION
E010250 1 FLEX-LOC 21
E010586 1 SHAFT TO PAD DRIVER COUPLING
E012517 1 CENTER-LOC 2 (COMES AS A SET 1 OF 2)
E012517 1 CENTER-LOC 2 (COMES AS A SET 2 OF 2)
E012247 6 BOLT, HEX, 5/16-18 x 1.25
E011505 6 WASHER, LOCK, 5/16
E011176 6 NUT, NYLOC, 5/16-18
E010118 3 RIVET, AAP64
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 24
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
XT3-21 ELECTRICAL AND BATTERY VIEW
72
70
83
69
95
71
73
68
60
67
61
62
94
62
76
93
75
WIRING HARNESS
(CONTROLLER TO MOTOR
AND ELECTRICAL PARTS) 86
29
59
29
6
5
28
90
29
66
91
89
63
64
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
55
Page 25
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
XT3-21 ELECTRICAL AND BATTERY VIEW
ITEM NO.
5
6
28
29
55
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION
E012643 1 CHARGER CORD WRAP
E011833 2 SCREW, 1/4-20 x .75, PHMS, BLACK
E011834 16 WASHER, FLAT, 1/4
E012219 17 SCREW, 1/4-20 x 1, PHMS, BLACK
E012197 1 MOTOR,36 VDC, BRUSHLESS
E012628 1 CHARGER, ON-BOARD, SPE WITH CORDS
E012219 6 SCREW, 10-24 x 1, PHMS, BLACK
E011834 6 WASHER, #10, SAE, BLACK
E010137 2 TUBE CLIP, .5, COV-0909
E010878 1 ELECTRICAL PLUG, SB-175, GREY, 36 VOLT
E011623 2 BOLT, HH, 1/4-20 x 1.25
E012592 1 SOLENOID, 36V, CURTIS-ALRIGHT
E011353 1 TUBE CLIP, .75 COV-1309
E011106 1 FUSE, 10 AMP, AGC, 1.25" LONG
E011835 1 FUSE HOLDER, FOR 1.25" AGC FUSE
E012630 1 BDI (BATTERY DISCHARGE INDICATOR AND HOUR METER)
E012646 1 LAMP, LED, 36V
E011529 1 SWITCH, ROCKER, DPST
E012629 1 KEYSWITCH, HEAVY DUTY WITH 2 KEYS
E011528 1 CIRCUIT BREAKER, 70 AMP
E010708 1 CABLE TIE, BLACK, 7.5"
*
1 SPARE KEY
E012199 1 MOTOR CONTROLLER
E012631 1 HEAT SINK
E012561 6 CABLE TIE, BLACK, AF529
E012660 14 SHIM, PLASTIC, 12 x 1.5 x .125
E012642 1 BATTERY TRAY STEEL
E012652 3 BATTERY, AGM, MAINTENANCE FREE
E012624 1 BATTERY TRAY, PLASTIC, 3 BATTERIES
E010133 1 WIRE, BATTERY CABLE, RED, 4 GA x 11"
E012568 1 WIRE, BATTERY CABLE, 4GA x 7.75"
E012673 1 LOOM, 1" DIA
E012655 1 WIRING HARNESS FOR XT3
E012543 3 TERMINAL PROTECTOR, STRAIGHT, RED
E012542 3 TERMINAL PROTECTOR, STRAIGHT, BLACK
E012562 1 WIRE, BATTERY CABLE, 4 GA, BLACK, 36"
E012563 1 WIRE, BATTERY CABLE, 4 GA, RED, 36"
E012669 1 WIRE, BATTERY CABLE, 4 GA, RED WITH YELLOW ENDS, 33"
E011139 2 WIRE, BATTERY CABLE, 4 GA, BLACK OR RED, 16"
E012565 1 WIRE, BATTERY CABLE, 4 GA, BLACK, CHARGING, 24"
E012564 1 WIRE, BATTERY CABLE, 4 GA, RED, CHARGING, 28"
E012562 1 WIRE, BATTERY CABLE, 4GA, BLACK, 36"
E011837 1 WIRE, BATTERY CABLE, 4 GA, RED, 7"
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 26
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
XT3-21 ELECTRICAL AND BATTERY VIEW
79
80
82
81
87
88
92
78
78
95
92
84
79
83
77
39
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 27
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
ELECTRICAL LAYOUT
E012630
BDI (REAR OF BDI)
E011529
ROCKER
SWITCH
E012629 E012646
KEYSWITCH LAMP
E011835
FUSE
HOLDER
E011106
FUSE 10A
E012592
SOLENOID
E012215
SAFETY SWITCH
E012199
MOTOR
CONTROLLER
E011528
70A CIRCUIT
BREAKER
E012628
CHARGER
E012655
WIRING HARNESS
(INCLUDES ALL
CONTROL WIRING)
E012197
MOTOR
XT3-21, 12 VOLT AGM BATTERY E012652 (NEED 3)
XT3-27, 6 VOLT STANDARD BATTERY E011563 (NEED 6)
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 28
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
CB
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
-
+
Page 29
LED
R
c
KEY
K - KEY SWITCH
R - ROCKER SWITCH
S - SAFETY RUN SWITCH
CB - CIRCUIT BREAKER
F - FUSE
-
+
K
F
W
U
B+
B-
12
RED
BLACK
BLUE
GREEN
WHITE
S
1 2 3 4
5 BDI 8
ALSO SEE OTHER PAGES FOR:
- ELECTRICAL AND BATTERY VIEW
- ELECTRICAL LAYOUT
- WIRING HARNESS
- BATTERY DISCHARGE AND HOUR METER INFORMATION
1
M2 M3 M1 20
19
MOTOR
18
3 CONTROL 17
8
V
MOTOR
AC
WIRING LADDER DIAGRAM
CHARGER
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 30
6 F
7 M
NOTE - MOLEX CONNECTORS
VIEWED FROM WIRE SIDE
1 - MOLEX 39-01-2200 TO CONTROL
2 - MOLEX 39-01-2201 FROM MOTOR
3 - MOLEX 39-01-2080 TO METER
F - FEMALE INSULATED TERMINAL
M - MALE INSULATED TERMINAL
BC - INSULATED BUTT CONNECTOR
RED 5 - SOLENOID COIL SIDE A
RED 6 - SOLENOID COIL SIDE B
YELLOW 7 - TO SAFETY RUN SWITCH
BLUE 8 - TO KEY SWITCH
GREEN 9 - TO LAMP POS
GREEN 10 - TO LAMP NEG
BROWN 11 - TO CHARGER INHIBIT
BROWN 12 - TO ROCKER SWITCH
BLACK 13 - CONTROLLER NEG
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
5 F
3
F 12
1
3
1
12
20
19
8 18
17
BC
BC
2
12
20
19
18
17
F 10
13
M 7
M 11
F 8
M 9
WIRING HARNESS
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
TROUBLE-SHOOTING
PROBLEM
CAUSE
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
No sign of power. No on
lamp, no BDI readout.
(a) Bad connection
(b) Bad connection to BDI
(c) On-board charger is
plugged in
(d) Batteries dead
(e) Charger plugged into
outlet
Powers on with key switch,
but solenoid does not “click”
with rocker switch.
Powers on, solenoid “clicks”,
but does not run
Bad connection
Pad “bogs down”
Machine will not set upright
with cover on
Low runtime
Machine vibrates
Noise coming from
underside of deck
Machine hard to push
(a) Safety run switch
problem. Not pulling
plunger enough to
activate.
(b) Safety run switch wire
connectors may be loose
Too much pad pressure
Too little pad pressure
(a) Improper charge
(b) Old batteries or defective
cell in battery
(c) Too much pad pressure.
(d) BDI set to too high a
voltage
(a) Pad not centered
(b) Pad is torn or worn
excessively
Belt is loose and causing belt
tensioner to “chatter”.
(a) Worn pad
(b) Worn wheel bearings
(c) Pad out of alignment
Machine pulls left
(a) Worn pad
(b) Wrong pad
(c) Right side of pad needs a
little more contact than
the left so “pad assist”
can help pull machine
forward .
Uneven floor buffing (right
side of pad polishes and left
side does not)
Right side of pad contacting
too much, therefore left side
is not contacting enough.
BETCO CORP. 6/22/07
Page 31
(a) Check all connections.
(b) Make sure connector is fully pushed into
BDI.
(c) Disconnect charger from wall outlet.
(d) Recharge or replace batteries as needed.
(e) Unplug charger from 110v outlet. Charger
has an “inhibit” circuit that prevents machine
from running if charger is plugged in.
Check all connections.
(a) Cable may have slipped and sleeve needs
to be re-crimped or replaced.
(b) Push in connectors
Decrease pressure using directions on
“Balancing Instructions” page
Increase pad pressure using directions on
“Balancing Instructions” page
(a) Make sure that batteries get a full charge
after each use.
(b) Replace batteries. Best to replace as a set.
(c) Balance machine. See “Balancing
Instructions” page.
(d) See BDI instruction page on how to set to a
value of 4 for optimal run time and battery
life
(a) Remove pad and re-center the pad
(b) Replace pad
Tighten belt. See page with “Belt tightening
instructions”.
(a) Replace pad.
(b) Replace bearings or replace wheels.
(c) See solution to next problem “Machine pulls
left”.
(a) Replace pad
(b) Replace pad with pad approved use with XT
burnisher.
(c) Add a small shim (.010 thick) between
bearing housing and deck on the right side.
This will “push” right side down toward floor.
(If there are too many shims, then left side
of pad will not contact properly).
The reverse of the previous procedure. Remove
one of the small shims (.010 thick) between
bearing housing and deck on the right side
XT3 BATTERY BURNISHER
Betco Warranty Express Program™
Revised November 1, 2006
10 Year Coverage
Subject to the conditions stated
below, Betco Corporation
warrants parts and labor on
rotationally molded polyethylene
tanks/housings and injection
molded vacuum head assemblies
to be free from defects in
materials and workmanship for a
period of ten years to the original
purchaser.
3 Year Coverage
Subject to the conditions stated
below, Betco Corporation
warrants parts and labor on all
other Betco components to be
free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of three
years to the original purchaser.
1 Year Coverage
Subject to the conditions stated
below, Betco Corporation offers a
limited warranty on parts and
labor on the following equipment,
parts and accessories to be free
from defects in material and
workmanship for a period of one
year to the original purchaser.
●DM Series Vacuums:
#85506-00, #85507-00
●Bac Pac Lite Vacuum:
#85903-00
●FiberPRO® Floor Dryer:
#85507-00
●WORKMAN™ Series Vacuums:
#85024-00, #85025-00,
#85026-00, #85027-00
●CV100T Vacuum:
#85023-00
●All Tools and Accessories
●All Battery Chargers
●All Batteries are pro-rated for 1 year.
Allowable Travel Time Warranty Reimbursement:
Eligible equipment: All battery and propane powered equipment products.
Warranty period: 90 days from date of sale to the original purchaser. A maximum 60 mile round trip at 44
cents per mile will be allowed for warranty consideration.
Propane Machine Warranty:
Honda engines are warranted by Honda for a period of 2 years against manufacturer defect. Kawasaki
engines are warranted by Kawasaki for a period of 2 years against manufacturer defect. All other
components (except wear items)* are warranted by Betco Corporation for a period of 3 years.
*Wear items exempt from warranty consideration include but may not be limited to: power
cords, transport wheels, vacuum bags, belts, squeegee blades, pad drivers, clutch plates,
handle grips, filters, screens, throttle cables, brushes and carbon brushes.
Subject to the conditions and exceptions stated in this warranty, Betco warrants the Betco products to be
free from defects in material and workmanship, under normal use and service, for the periods listed under
the warranty policy to the original purchaser. At any time during the warranty period, Betco will furnish
replacement parts for the Betco products to the original purchaser. Such parts will be furnished and charged
including transportation costs, to the original owner through any Betco authorized Service Distributor. If the
original part is returned within the warranty policy period from date of delivery for inspection by Betco and is
found to be defective, the owner will be credited for the cost of replacement parts plus shipping and
handling. Replacement parts that have become defective through wear or abuse are not included in this
warranty.
This warranty does not apply to damage or defect caused by accident, misuse, negligence, fire or to any
Betco product which has been serviced or repaired by other than an authorized Betco Service Distributor or
Betco factory personnel. This warranty is void if products are used for any purpose other than that which
was intended. There are no other warranties expressed or implied. In no event shall Betco be liable for
incidental or consequential damages or any damage to person or property. (Please note some states do not
allow the exclusion or limitations for incidental and consequential damages.)
©2006 Betco Corporation
All Rights Reserved.
1001 Brown Avenue
Toledo, Ohio 43607-0127
888-462-3826
www.betco.com
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising