BIN SENSOR NEW LEADER INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Stay out of the spreader. If it’s necessary to enter the spreader, return to the shop, empty body, turn oﬀ all power, set vehicle brakes, lock engine starting switch and remove keys WARNING before entering. Tag all controls to prohibit operation. Tags should be placed, and later removed, only by person working in the body. BINBIN SENSOR SENSOR LEAD SHORT18" LEAD Bin 2 Bin 1 BIN SENSOR BIN SENSOR LONG LEAD 78" LEAD Figure 1 – Bin Sensor Locations 2 Page Rev. A UCTIONS RN IO ST AT IN LL ON TA N SI I N S TA L LI AT The following instructions are to be used as a guideline only. Flow characteristics vary depending on product, moisture/humidity, etc. 1. Find a suitable location to mount the bin level sensor inside rear of spreader. Figure 1 shows suitable locations and positioning in bin 1 and bin 2. (The bin 1 sensor is approximately 12” (30.48) from the conveyor and 4-1/2” (11.43cm) from the side sheet. The bin 2 sensor is approximately 16” (40.64cm) from the conveyor and 2-1/2” (6.35cm) from the side sheet.) 2. Use the sensor as a template to mark the mount and cable hole locations. 3. Drill two 3/16” (.48cm) holes for mounting and one 1” (2.54cm) hole for the cable. Deburr all holes. 4. Mount sensor using hardware provided. 5. Route sensor cables to rear of unit. Front bin sensor cable should be routed between insert and side sheet and through insert endgate. 6. Route controller cable along side of unit and plug into sensor. 7. Use tie wraps as necessary to secure the cable. 8. To test sensor with stand alone control box (pn 98787-B): Turn it on and the light should illuminate and a buzzer should sound. Cover sensor and the light and buzzer should turn oﬀ. To test sensor with “7” controller: Turn on controller and go to run screen. A warning message should appear specifying which channel (bin) is low. Cover sensor and warning should go away.
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