Segway® Personal Transporter i2, x2, x2 Turf

Segway® Personal Transporter i2, x2, x2 Turf
Segway® Personal Transporter
i2, x2, x2 Turf
Preventive Maintenance Guide
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Copyright, Trademark and Contact Information
Copyright © 2010 Segway Inc. All rights reserved.
Trademarks
Segway Inc. (“Segway”) owns a number of trademarks, including, but not
limited to, Segway® and the Segway “flyguy” logo that have been registered in
the United States and in other countries.
Those trademarks followed by ® are registered trademarks of Segway Inc.
that have been registered in the United States and in other countries. All
other marks are trademarks or common law marks of Segway Inc. Failure of
a mark to appear in this guide does not mean that Segway Inc. does not use
the mark, nor does it mean that the product is not actively marketed or is not
significant within its relevant market. Segway reserves all rights in its
trademarks. All other trademarks are the property of their respective
companies.
Contact Information
For support, please contact the company from which you bought the
products. For a listing of Authorized Segway Dealers and Distributors, refer to
the Segway website at: http://www.segway.com.
Segway Customer Care: 866.4SEGWAY (866.473.4929)
Fax: 603.222.6001
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.segway.com
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Contents
Safety Messages ................................................................................................... 5
Introduction ........................................................................................................... 6
Parts Requiring Regular Inspection .................................................................... 7
Basic Tool Box ...................................................................................................... 8
Segway Personal Transporter Recommended Preventive Maintenance
Checklist................................................................................................................ 9
Examples of Tire Wear ....................................................................................... 10
Recommended Segway PT Maintenance Schedule......................................... 11
Recommended Segway PT Operation Pre-Ride Checklist .............................. 12
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Safety Messages
Standards
Safety messages for this guide and product safety signs and labels are based on standards set
forth by the American National Standards Institute for Product Safety Information in Product
Manuals, Instructions, and Other Collateral Materials (ANSI). To assist in the communication of
safety information across language barriers, some safety graphics are based on standards set forth
by the International Standards Organization (ISO).
Safety Alert Symbol
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury
hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or
death.
Signal Words
Warning indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
Caution, used with the safety alert symbol, indicates a hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
Caution, used without the safety alert symbol, is used to address
practices not related to personal injury.
Notice is used to address practices not related to personal injury.
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Introduction
This guide has been designed to provide a Segway® Personal Transporter (Segway PT) inspection
checklist and maintenance schedule to insure optimal performance, safety and life of your Segway
PT. Included in this guide is identification of the Segway PT components that are considered user
replaceable parts and the recommended tools required to perform self maintenance of the Segway
PT. This guide also includes references to The Segway Personal Transporter (PT) Reference
Manual, which is included as part of your standard user materials, and should be used in
conjunction with this guide. To the extent that this guide provides different instructions than The
Segway Personal Transporter (PT) Reference Manual, this guide shall control.
The Recommended Segway PT Operation Pre-Ride Checklist, found on the last page of this guide,
can be copied and used as a posted reminder to riders to inspect the machine before riding. The
Recommended Segway PT Maintenance Schedule found on page 11 has been designed to be
used as a form for recording the history of service and maintenance that you have performed. We
recommend making copies of this schedule to have on hand for your own designated service
personnel to use.
In addition to the regular inspection of your Segway PT we also recommend the following:
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Record the serial number(s) of both your Segway PT and the InfoKey™ Controllers that come
with the Segway PT and keep the serial number information in a secure place separate from
your Segway PT.
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Your Segway PT will come with two InfoKey Controllers. We recommend that you maintain a
spare InfoKey at all times. To order a new InfoKey contact your Segway Dealer or Distributor
and be prepared to provide the serial number information mentioned above. To locate the
nearest Segway Dealer or Distributor please visit www.segway.com.
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Keep a spare set of Segway PT packaging materials for shipping the machine when necessary.
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Keep a copy of the standard Segway PT User Materials on hand that includes the Segway PT
Reference Manual, Getting Started Manual and the Safety Video. If you do not have these
materials contact an Authorized Segway Dealer, Distributor or Segway Customer Care via
phone 866.4SEGWAY or email [email protected] You may also download the
materials from www.segway.com.
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Parts Requiring Regular Inspection
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Tire & Wheels
Fenders
Platform Mats
LeanSteer™ Frame
InfoKey™ Controller
Batteries for both the machine
and the InfoKey Controller
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Basic Tool Box
The following tools are recommended for assembling and maintaining your Segway PT. Segway
offers a basic tool kit that contains these items for purchase. Please inquire with your Authorized
Segway Dealer or Distributor for details.
Tool Description
• ¼” Clicker 4-25NM Torque Wrench
• 3/8” Clicker 10-100NM Torque Wrench
• 3/8 X 1/4M 3/8” Drive Adapter
• 1/4SQX1/4Hex Bit Adapter
• 6” 3/8ths Extension
• T-45 3/8” Torx bit socket
• T-20X3 ½ long ¼ hex power Torx bit
• 5mm ¼” Hex Power Drive Bit
• Tire Pressure Gauge
• 3/8” Drive Reversible Ratchet
• ¼ 2-36 in lb Torque Screwdriver
• 13mm 3/8” Dr 6PT Deep Socket
• 4mm Hex Bit
• 3mm 4” long hex bit
• 3mm T-handle
• 5mm T-handle
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Segway Personal Transporter Recommended Preventive
Maintenance Checklist
1. Make sure the Segway PT is unplugged and powered off. Inspect the Segway PT from top to
bottom to ensure that no part is damaged or loose. Start at the top of the PT with the
handlebars and work your way down to the wheels and tires. If a part is damaged and/or loose
refer to the appropriate part installation document for instructions on how to correctly install a
replacement part. If there are no instructions available for a particular damaged part, please call
your Authorized Segway Dealer or Distributor. Please refer to your Segway PT Reference
Manual for more details on the location of machine components. If you do not have your
Segway PT Reference Manual visit www.segway.com to download a copy.
2. Inspect the LeanSteer™ frame for tightness; the LeanSteer™ wedge and bolt should be
torqued to 11 N-m. (See LeanSteer™ Frame Wedge & Bolt install instructions in the Segway
PT Reference Manual for details.) Make sure the Segway PT is unplugged and powered off. Tilt
the LeanSteer™ frame fully to the left and then right, until it touches each fender. Release the
LeanSteer™ and verify that it returns to a straight-up position perpendicular to the PT’s chassis.
The LeanSteer™ frame should be replaced if any part is bent or otherwise broken.
3. Check that all fasteners are in place, secured and torqued to specifications set forth in the
Recommended Segway PT Maintenance Schedule table on page 11. Adhere to torque
specifications when tightening fasteners. Over-tightening or under-tightening fasteners can
result in damage or malfunction.
4. Check that the mats are intact, secured and free of debris. It is appropriate to replace a mat if
any worn edges or tears are observed. For replacement instructions please see the Segway PT
Reference Manual.
5. Check tires and wheels for wear, tightness and tire pressure. i2 tires should be inflated to 15
psi, x2 and x2 Turf tires to 4 psi. Wheel nuts should be torque to 30 N-m.
Excess tire wear is determined as follows:
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Model i2—Center rib is worn flush with tire surface
Model x2—Diamond pattern on center rib is no longer visible
Model x2 Turf—Tire tread depth is less than 3/32” (2.38mm)
See page 10 of this document for visual examples.
6. Power the Segway PT on and off twice to
ensure it is able to power on and off reliably.
Confirm that the Wireless InfoKey controller is
displaying a “happy face” icon as seen in the
image to the right.
7. Check that the fenders are intact, secured and free of debris. The fenders on the Segway PT
are designed to protect the rider from debris. The fender will also shield the rider from having
the tire rub against their leg while leaning in turns. Cracked or otherwise broken fenders should
be replaced. For replacement instructions please see the Segway PT Reference Manual.
8. Turn on the Segway PT and test the rider detect sensors. See the Segway PT Reference
Manual for more details. When your feet are properly positioned on the rider mats, all four rider
detect sensors depress, allowing the Segway PT to operate normally in Balance Mode.
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Examples of Tire Wear
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Recommended Segway PT Maintenance Schedule
Product:
Serial Number:
Inspected By:
Date:
Mileage:
Hours:
Monthly Checks
Check installation and torque of lean steer – 11Nm
Check tire wear and pressure – i2 = 15 PSI and x2 = 4 PSI
Ensure rider mats are intact, secured and free of debris
Inspect handle bar grips for proper installation excessive wear
Inspect docking station for condition and functionality
Inspect fenders for cracks and obstructions
Check operation of height adjustment knob
Power on PT. Ensure operability and document hours/miles
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Quarterly Checks
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Circle Accordingly
Repaired Replaced
Repaired Replaced
Repaired Replaced
Repaired Replaced
Repaired Replaced
Repaired Replaced
Repaired Replaced
Repaired Replaced
Circle Accordingly
Check torque of all Fasteners: *Note: Only check with proper torque tool
Perform all monthly checks
Handle bar clamp = 6Nm
Checked
Did not check
Info key dock = 2Nm
Checked
Did not check
Batteries = 1.6Nm
Checked
Did not check
Wheel = 30Nm
Checked
Did not check
Fascia/Parking stand = 1.5Nm
Checked
Did not check
Gearbox Trim = 6Nm
Checked
Did not check
Fender = 1.5Nm
Checked
Did not check
Perform Function Checks
Check info key operation for proper functionality
Checked
Did not check
Check battery level of info key (refer to Reference Manual)
Checked
Did not check
Inspect lean steer frame for damage
Checked
Did not check
Semi-Annually
Perform monthly and quarterly checks
Replace tires and handle bar grips as required
Test ride PT, note any wheel alignment, drift or performance issues
Circle Accordingly
Yes
No
Checked
Replaced
Yes
No
Annually
Perform monthly, quarterly and semi-annual checks
Dealer to inspect elastomer and coupling as outlined in SB10-001
Replace components and update software as necessary, factory
technicians only.
Circle Accordingly
Yes
No
Yes
No
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Recommended Segway PT Operation Pre-Ride Checklist
Thoroughly inspect your Segway Personal Transporter (PT) before each use. Refer to the Segway
PT Reference Manual and this guide for information concerning the topics presented here.
Check tire pressure
15 PSI- i2
4 PSI – x2 & x2 turf
Check for tire wear
i2 – center rib is worn flush with the tires surface.
x2 – diamond pattern on center rib is no longer visible
x2t – tire tread depth is less than 3/32” (2.38mm)
Power on the Segway PT, confirm that the battery level
is displayed on the InfoKey is at least at 4 bars
Ensure that there is no visible
damage to the PT
Check that the LeanSteer Frame is
standing straight and upright as
illustrated here (Figure A)
Check the LeanSteer Frame for
tightness
Torque to 11 Nm
Figure A
Ensure that the rider mats are intact, secured and free
of debris
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