Technical data | Bench 32PFL7582D Brush Cutter User Manual

CORDLESS
BRANCH CUTTER
Before reading, unfold the page containing the illustrations and familiarise yourself with all functions
of the device.
PRC 9.6
CORDLESS Branch Cutter
Kompernaß GmbH
Burgstraße 21
D-44867 Bochum (Germany)
Last Information Update: 10 / 2007 ·
Ident.-No.: PRC9.6-102007-6
Operation and Safety Notes
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Operation and Safety Notes
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Table of Content
Introduction
For your safety...............................................................................................................Page
Equipment.......................................................................................................................Page
Delivery scope...............................................................................................................Page
Technical data................................................................................................................Page
General safety advice
Your working area.........................................................................................................Page
Electrical safety..............................................................................................................Page
Personal safety...............................................................................................................Page
Careful handling and use of electrical power tools...................................................Page
Safety instructions specific to the tool..........................................................................Page
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Starting operation
Charging the integrated rechargeable battery..........................................................Page 9
Operation
Switching on / off . ........................................................................................................Page 10
Cutting branches...........................................................................................................Page 10
Changing the saw blade..............................................................................................Page 10
Maintenance and cleaning
Maintenance..................................................................................................................Page 10
Cleaning.........................................................................................................................Page 10
Disposal......................................................................................................................Page 10
Information
Service centre................................................................................................................Page 11
Declaration of Conformity / Manufacturer..................................................................Page 11
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Introduction
The following pictogrammes / symbols are used in these operating instructions:
Read instruction manual!
W/mW
Watts / Milliwatts
Observe caution and safety notes!
Safety class II
Caution – electric shock!
Dangerous electric current – danger to life!
Wear hearing protection, dust protection mask,
protective glasses and protective gloves.
Explosive material!
Keep children and other unauthorised personnel
at a safe distance when using electrical tools.
Risk of fire!
Keep the device away from rain or moisture.
Water entering an electrical device increases the
risk of electric shock.
V~
V Volt (AC)
Volt (DC)
Damaged appliances, power cables and power
plugs mean potentially fatal risks from electric
shock. Regularly check the condition of the appliance, the power cables and the power plugs.
mA
A / Ah
Milliamps / Amps / Amp-hours
Dispose packaging and appliance in an
environmentally-friendly way!
Cordless Branch Cutter PRC 9.6
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Introduction
Please make sure you familiarise yourself
fully with the way the device works before you use it for the first tim e and
that you under-stand how to handle electrical power
tools correctly. To help you do this please read the accompanying operating instructions. Keep these instructions in a safe place. If you pass the device on to
anyone else, please ensure that you also pass on all
the documentation.
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For your safety
The cordless branch cutter is approved exclusively
for non-commercial, domestic use for cutting
branches. Any other use or modification to the device shall be considered as improper use and
could give rise to considerable dangers. The manu6
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facturer will not accept liability for loss or damage
arising from improper use.
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Equipment
Cordless branch cutter
1 Starting lock
2 Charging socket
3 Handle
4 On / Off switch
5 Ventilation grate
6 Screw
7 Saw blade
8 Branch holder
9 Saw blade cover
10 Edge guide
Battery charger (see Fig. A)
11 Battery charger
12 Cable
13 Plug
Introduction / General safety advice
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Delivery scope
1 cordless branch cutter
1 battery charger with cable and plug
1 operating instruction manual
1 “Warranty and Service” booklet
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Technical data
Cordless branch cutter PRC 9.6 - KH 3127:
Rated voltage:
9,6 V
Rated speed:
860 rpm
Sound pressure level: 72,4 dB (A)
Sound power level: 83,4 dB (A)
Integrated NI-CD rechargeable battery:
Rated capacity:
1.7 Ah
Rated voltage:
9,6 V
Charging time:
approx. 3 h
Charger PRC 9.6 - 01:
Primary
Rated voltage: 230 V ~ 50 Hz
Rated power consumption: 11 W
Secondary
Rated voltage:
12 V
Rated power consumption: 450 mA
Protection class: II / General safety advice
JAttention! Please read all the instructions
and advice. Failure to observe the instructions
and advice given below may result in electric
shock, fire and / or serious injury.
MAKE SURE THAT YOU KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND SAFETY ADVICE IN A SAFE PLACE.
1. Your working area
a)Keep your working area clean and
clutter-free. Untidy or poorly lit working
areas can lead to accidents.
b)
Do not work with the device
in potentially explosive environments in which there are
inflammable liquids, gases or dusts.
Electrical power tools create sparks, which can
ignite dusts or fumes.
c)
Keep children and other
people away while you are
operating the electrical tool.
Distractions can cause you to lose control of
the device.
2. Electrical safety
a) T he mains plug on the device must
match the mains socket. The plug
must not be modified in any way. Do
not use an adapter plug with devices
fitted with a protective earth. Unmodified plugs and matching sockets reduce the risk
of electric shock.
b) Avoid touching earthed surfaces such
as pipes, radiators, ovens and refrigerators with any part of your body.
There is an increased risk of electric shock if
your body is earthed.
c)
Keep the device away from
rain or moisture. Water entering
an electrical device increases the risk
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General safety advice
of electric shock.
d)
Do not use the mains lead for
any purpose for which it was
not intended, e.g. to
carry the device, to hang up the device
or to pull the mains plug out of the
mains socket. Keep the mains lead
away from heat, oil, sharp edges or
moving parts of the device. Damaged
or tangled mains leads increase the risk of
electric shock.
3. Personal safety
a) R
emain alert at all times, watch what
you are doing and always proceed
with caution. Do not use the device if
you are tired or under the influence
of drugs, alcohol or medication. One
moment of carelessness when using the device
can lead to serious injury.
b)
Wear personal protective
equipment and always wear
safety glasses. The
wearing of personal protective equipment such
as dust masks, non-slip safety shoes, safety
helmets or ear protectors, appropriate to the
type of electrical power tool used and work
undertaken, reduces the risk of injury.
c)Avoid unintentional operation of the
device. Accidents can happen if you carry
the device with your finger on the switch.
d)Remove any setting tools or spanners
before you switch the device on. A
tool or spanner left attached to a rotating part
of a device can lead to injury.
e)Do not overestimate your own abilities. Keep proper footing and balance
at all times. By doing this you will be in a
better position to control the device, especially
in unforeseen circumstances.
f) Wear suitable clothing. Do not wear
loose clothing or jewellery. Keep
your hair, clothing and gloves clear
of moving parts. Loose clothing, jewellery or
long hair can become trapped in moving parts.
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4.Careful handling and use of
electrical power tools
a)Do not overload the device. Always
use an electrical power tool that is
intended for the task you are undertaking. By using the right electrical power
tool for the job you will work more safely and
achieve a better result.
b)Do not use an electrical power tool if
its switch is defective. An electrical power tool that can no longer be switched on and
off is dangerous and must be repaired.
c)When not in use always ensure that
electrical power tools are kept out of
reach of children. Do not let anyone
use the device if he or she is not
familiar with it or has not read the
instructions and advice. Electrical power
tools are dangerous when they are used by
inexperienced people.
d)Look after the device carefully.
Check that moving parts are working
properly and move freely. Check for
any parts that are broken or damaged
enough to detrimentally affect the
functioning of the device. Have damaged parts repaired before you use
the device. Many accidents have their origins
in poorly maintained electrical power tools.
e)Keep cutting tools clean and sharp.
Carefully maintained cutting tools with sharp
cutting edges are less likely to jam and are
easier to control.
f)Use the electrical power tool, accessories, inserted tools etc. in accordance
with these instructions and advice, and
the stipulations drawn up for this particular type of device. In doing this,
take into account the working conditions and the task in hand. The use of
electrical power tools for purposes other than
those intended can lead to dangerous situations.
General safety advice / Starting operation
Safety instructions
specific to the tool
J Check the condition of the device,
charger 11 , lead 12 and plug 13
before starting to charge the device.
Do not use the tool if any of the parts are damaged. Never open the tool. Repair or replacement must only be carried out by the Service
Office or an electrical expert. Damaged tools,
mains cables or mains plugs pose a danger to
life as a result of electric shock.
J Maintenance and cleaning must only be carried
out when the tool is switched off and the battery
charger is disconnected from the mains power.
J Never under any circumstances charge the
integrated rechargeable battery with the battery charger if damaged.
J Only use the original battery charger to
charge the integrated battery.
J Before connecting the battery charger to the
mains power, make sure that the mains current
is 230 V ~ 50 Hz and is equipped with a 16 A
fuse in accordance with requirements.
by wood shavings / sawdust).
JNever have the charger 11 connected to the
device while you are sawing.
JKeep out of the area in which a cut and falling
branch could hit.
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Starting operation
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Charging
the integrated
rechargeable battery
The battery initially requires about 4 - 5 charging
cycles before it achieves its maximum capacity.
Starting the charging process
j Insert the plug 13 into the charging socket 2 .
j Insert the charger 11 into the mains socket.
The LED on the charger 11 indicates the device’s
battery charge state:
1. Red: The device requires to be charged or is
being charged.
2. Green: The device is fully charged.
Caution! How to avoid injury:
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Use the following safety gear when
operating the tool: Wear safety goggles, worker safety boots and protective gloves.
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Caution! The saw blade 7
runs on after the tool has
been switched off! Avoid any
contact with the rotating saw blade 7 .
J Only remove workpieces when the saw blade
has come to a complete standstill.
J Prevent the saw blade 7 from coming into
contact and / or colliding with stones, metal, or
similar materials. The saw blade 7 may otherwise be damaged.
JSwitch off the device immediately (by releasing
the On / Off switch 4 ):
- If you strike any foreign body (e.g. a nail)
while making a cut!
- if the saw blade 7 becomes blocked (e.g.
Ending the charging process
j Pull the charger 11 out of the mains socket.
j Pull the plug 13 out of the charging socket 2 .
Only charge the rechargeable battery when it is
empty. This prevents the “memory effect” (loss of
capacity as a result of charging when only partially
discharged).
JNever switch the device on while it is being
charged.
JDo not allow any objects to cover the charger!
The heat generated by the charger while operating can lead to a build-up of heat!
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Operation / Maintenance and cleaning / Disposal
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Operation
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Switching on / off
Switching on
jSwitch on 1 to the front.
jPress the On / Off switch 4 .
The starting lock 1 prevents your branch cutter
from being switched on unintentionally.
Switching off
jRelease the On / Off switch 4 .
Danger! The saw blade 7 runs
on after the tool has been
switched off!
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Cutting branches
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Switch on the device and guide it on
to the branch that you intend to cut.
Always cut in such a way that the guiding edge 10
is resting on the branch (see Fig. B).
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Changing the saw blade
Change the saw blade 7 as soon as its toothing
becomes blunt.
jUnscrew the screw 6 using a Phillips screw driver.
jLift off the saw blade cover 9 .
jRemove the saw blade 7 .
jRemove any sawing debris.
jMake sure that the markings showing the direction of rotation
on the new saw blade 7
and on the saw blade cover 9 point in the
same direction (see Figs. C+D).
jScrew the saw blade cover 9 back on to the
device using the screw 6 .
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You can obtain replacement saw blades from our
Service Centres.
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Maintenance and cleaning
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anger: Only carry out maintenance and cleaning when the tool is switched off and the battery
charger 11 is disconnected from the mains power.
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Maintenance
j A
lways charge the integrated rechargeable
battery completely at the beginning and the
end of any lengthy period of non-use
(for instance in spring and summer).
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Cleaning
jClean off any dirt or debris (e.g. sawdust,
chippings or plant residues) from the device.
jThoroughly clean the saw blade 7 .
jUse a dry cloth to clean the outside of the
device - never use petrol, solvents or cleaners.
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Disposal
The packaging is wholly composed of environmentally-friendly materials that can be
disposed of at a local recycling centre.
Do not dispose of electrical power tools with the household rubbish!
In accordance with European Directive
2002 / 96 / EC (covering waste electrical and electronic equipment) and its transposition into national
legislation, worn out electrical power tools must be
collected separately and taken for environmentally
compatible recycling.
Contact your local refuse disposal authority for
more details of how to dispose of your worn out
electrical devices.
Information
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Information
QDeclaration
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Service centre
We, Kompernaß GmbH, Burgstr. 21,
D-44867 Bochum, Germany, declare
that this product complies with the
following EU directives:
The service centre for your country is shown in the
warranty documentation.
JHave your device repaired only by qualified
specialist personnel using original manufacturer parts only. This will ensure that your device
remains safe to use.
JIf the plug or mains lead needs to be replaced,
always have the replacement carried out by
the manufacturer or its service centre. This will
ensure that your device remains safe to use.
of Conformity /
Manufacturer
Machinery Directive (89 / 392 / EC),
(91 / 368 / EC), (93 / 44 / EC)
EU Low Voltage Directive (2006 / 95 / EC)
Electromagnetic Compatibility
(2004 / 108 / EC)
Type / Device description:
Cordless Branch Cutter PRC 9.6
Bochum, 31.10.2007
Hans Kompernaß
- Managing Director -
We reserve the right to make technical modifications in the course
of product development.
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