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Falcon® 4400 Series
Powered Vehicle Dock
Installation Guide
PSC Inc.
959 Terry Street
Eugene, Oregon 97402
Telephone: (541) 683-5700
Fax: (541) 345-7140
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Table of Contents
PSC Falcon® 4400 Series
Powered Vehicle Dock
Warranty ............................................................................................................ iii
Electrical Warnings, Safety
Precautions & Regulatory Statements ................................................................ iv
Electrical Warnings ........................................................................................................ iv
Safety Precautions ........................................................................................................ iv
Introduction ........................................................................................................ 1
Manual Overview ...........................................................................................................1
Document Conventions ..................................................................................................1
About the Powered Vehicle Dock ......................................................................................2
Features of the Powered Vehicle Dock .........................................................................2
Electrical Specifications: ..................................................................................................3
Unpacking ....................................................................................................................3
Electrical Considerations ..................................................................................... 5
Electrostatic Build-up ......................................................................................................5
Ground Contact Anti-Static Straps ..............................................................................6
Electrical Accessories ......................................................................................................7
Electrical Accessory Matrix ..............................................................................................7
Electrical System Connections ..........................................................................................8
Connection to +12V .................................................................................................8
Connection to +24V, +36V and +48V Systems ............................................................9
Mounting Options .............................................................................................. 11
Ram Ball Mounting Assembly ......................................................................................... 11
Components, Materials and Tools ............................................................................. 12
Ram Ball Assembly (sold separately) ........................................................................ 12
Attaching the Ram Ball to the Vehicle Dock ................................................................ 13
Final Assembly ...................................................................................................... 13
Inserting/Removing the 4400 ........................................................................................ 14
Inserting the 4400 in the Dock ................................................................................ 14
Removing the 4400 from the Dock ........................................................................... 17
Power and Peripheral
Device Connections............................................................................................ 19
Connections on the Dock ......................................................................................... 19
Power Connection .................................................................................................. 20
Battery Charging ................................................................................................... 20
COM Port Connections ............................................................................................ 20
Appendix. Troubleshooting ................................................................................ 23
Hardware Troubleshooting ............................................................................................. 23
Issues with Power to the Dock ................................................................................. 23
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PSC Technical Support .................................................................................................. 23
Appendix. Accessories and Peripherals ............................................................. 25
Overview .................................................................................................................... 25
Index ................................................................................................................ 29
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PSC Falcon® 4400 Series
Powered Vehicle Dock
Warranty
Warranty
Falcon products are guaranteed against defects in materials and workmanship for the period specified at the time of sale. This warranty shall apply to Falcon
Portable Data Terminals (PDT's), Base Stations for the Falcon and Chargers for the Falcon. Cables, mounts and other accessory items are specifically warranted for a period of 90-days from product purchase. Customer must notify PSC of the claimed defect before the expiration of the Warranty period and
obtain from PSC a return authorization number for return of the product to designated PSC service center. If PSC determines Customer’s claim is valid, PSC
will repair or replace product without additional charge for parts and labor. Customer shall be responsible for packaging and shipping the product to the designated PSC service center, with shipping charges prepaid. PSC shall pay for the return of the product to Customer if the shipment is to a location within the
country in which the PSC service center is located. Customer shall be responsible for paying all shipping charges, duties, taxes, and any other charges for
products returned to any other locations.
Warranty is subject to the limitations and exclusions set forth in the paragraphs that follow.
WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS.
Exclusions
Warranty coverage shall not apply to any claimed defect, failure or damage which PSC determines was caused by: abuse, neglect, improper use of product;
failure to provide product maintenance, including but not limited to cleaning of the display in accordance with product reference guide; installation or service
of product by other than PSC representatives; use of product with any other instrument, equipment or apparatus; modification or alteration of product or units
with Warranty Void labels that have been tampered with. External cables and replacement of upper window/cartridge due to scratching, stains or other degradation will not be covered under the Warranty. External power supplies returned for service must be accompanied by the original product for performance
of service.
Returned products that PSC inc. has determined are not covered by Warranty, will be charged PSC Inc. standard repair rates then in effect for repair of product. Replacement of display due to scratching, stains or other degradation will not be covered under Warranty. If a product is determined to be not repairable
customer will be notified and product may be returned to customer at their request. A minimum repair fee may be charged.
Limitation of Liability
PSC's REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE PRODUCT AS SET FORTH ABOVE IS THE CUSTOMER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY ON
ACCOUNT OF CLAIMS OF BREACH OF WARRANTY OR PRODUCT DEFECT. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL PSC BE LIABLE TO CUSTOMER
OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY LOST PROFITS, OR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL IN-DIRECT, SPECIAL OR CONTINGENT DAMAGES
REGARDLESS OF WHETHER PSC HAD ADVANCE NOTICE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Assignment
Customer may not assign or otherwise transfer its rights or obligations under Warranty except to a purchaser or transferee of product. No attempted assignment or transfer in violation of this provision shall be valid or binding upon PSC.
Risk of Loss
Customer shall bear risk of loss or damage for product in transit to PSC. PSC shall assume risk of loss or damage for product in PSC's possession or product
being returned to Customer by PSC, except such loss or damage as may be caused by the negligence of Customer, its agents or employees. In the absence
of specific written instructions for the return of product to Customer, PSC will select the carrier, but PSC shall not thereby assume any liability in connection
with the return shipment.
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Electrical Warnings, Safety Precautions & Regulatory Statements
Electrical Warnings, Safety
Precautions & Regulatory Statements
Electrical Warnings
To ensure safe operation when using the standard 110/220 VAC Power supply, the
three prong electrical plug must be inserted into a standard three prong electrical
power plug. The power plug should be grounded through the normal wiring.
WARNING
During installation, make sure that the main outlet socket is easily accessible; this
allows users to remove the dock from the power supply by unplugging the unit.
Only three-prong, grounded extension cords should be used. Improperly wired
extension cords are a major cause of fatalities!
Only use PSC approved accessories and peripherals.
Safety Precautions
The PSC Falcon 4400 Series is a powerful, compact, rugged data terminal,
ready for installation in mobile environments using the Powered Vehicle
Dock. However, there are some safety precautions you should take to protect
the terminal from unnecessary damage.
Do not place the terminal near a television or radio receiver.
Keep the terminal away from magnets and from magnetic fields.
CAUTION
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Chapter 1
Introduction
Manual Overview
•
Chapter 1 provides an introduction to the features of the Powered Vehicle Dock.
•
Chapter 2 specifies important electrical considerations to observe when
installing the unit.
•
Chapter 3 describes the various peripheral connections made to the
Dock, and their functions.
•
Chapter 4 contains instructions for mounting.
Document Conventions
Formatting conventions are used throughout this guide to provide a consistent
method for representing the user interface and vehicle mount dock. This guide
also provides special conventions for information of high interest, in the form
of notes, cautions, and warnings.
Notes contain information that is helpful and recommended. They provide information
that is critical to operations and/or procedures described in this manual.
Cautions inform you that proper handling (adherence to the procedures described) is
required to avoid damage to equipment and/or property.
CAUTION
Warnings alert you to potential physical harm or injury. These statements do not
include potentially fatal hazards, which would be designated as ‘DANGER’ blocks.
Use of this product does not warrant the need for a DANGER block.
WARNING
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Introduction
About the Powered Vehicle Dock
The Powered Vehicle Dock (PVD) is a rugged cradle for Falcon 4400 Series
Win CE .NET data terminals, for use on mobile vehicle applications. This
guide is intended to address some of the factors to consider when installing the
PVD on gas, diesel, propane or electric powered forklifts.
To ensure you have the latest version of manuals and instructions for this product,
download them from the PSC website listed on the back cover of this manual.
The procedures describe installation for most standard mounting applications;
however, if your target installation does not generally match any of the mounting
options detailed, contact PSC for technical support regarding a custom installation.
Features of the Powered Vehicle Dock
2
•
Power On Indicator
•
Rugged holder for the Falcon terminal
•
Battery charging for the Falcon terminal
•
Versatile mounting options
•
Two serial port connections for peripherals (with power available)
•
Additional styluses included
Falcon® 4400 Series Powered Vehicle Dock
Electrical Specifications:
Figure 1. Features of the F4400 Powered Vehicle Dock
Stylus
Power-On
Indicator
Serial Port
Connections
Electrical Specifications:
•
Input voltage range: +12 to +18V
•
Power consumption: <50 MA with no load
•
+12v available on COM A and COM B ports
Unpacking
Unpack the unit carefully and ensure you received everything you ordered.
Refer to your packing slip for an exact list of items delivered, which may
include some or all of the following items:
•
Powered Vehicle Dock
•
Power Charging Cable
•
Installation Guide
Installation Guide
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Introduction
•
Ram Ball Mount Kit
• Ram Ball Assembly
• Assorted Screws
• Any additional accessories required for your installation
If any parts are missing, please contact your dealer or refer to “Troubleshooting” on page 23 for PSC Technical Support contact information.
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Chapter 2
Electrical Considerations
Electrostatic Build-up
One common characteristic of forklifts is the possibility of producing high levels of electrostatic voltage. Static is created by the wheels as they move about
the floor and can also be generated when an operator slides on or off of a vehicle's cloth-covered seat. Static buildup on the forklift frame can be as high as
several thousand volts (see Figure 2). At these levels of high voltage, a discharge
can cause severe damage to electronic devices.
Figure 2. Static Build-up on a Forklift Frame
Positive Charge (+)
Negative Charge (-)
There are several factors which affect the levels of static buildup on a forklift.
For instance, the type of materials used to make the wheels can help to reduce
static, as well the conductive properties of the flooring and the relative humidity in the air. Static buildup will remain on the vehicle until it can be dissipated. Lowering the front forks to make contact to the floor surface can
typically do this. However, eliminating the potential for static buildup is the
best means of protection for both operator and equipment.
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Electrical Considerations
Ground Contact Anti-Static Straps
The recommended method of reducing static buildup is to install ground contacting anti-static straps or conductors to the frame of the forklift (refer to Figure 3).
Contact your forklift parts provider for availability.
Figure 3. Installing Ground Contact Anti-Static Straps
Ground Contact
Anti-Static Straps
It is recommended that more than one strap be installed on each vehicle to
help eliminate or reduce the potential for static buildup while the vehicle is in
motion. This will provide an adequate level of redundancy, should one of the
straps become dislodged from the lift.
Ground Contact Anti-Static Straps should be checked at regular intervals to
ensure proper installation or identify need for replacement.
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Electrical Accessories
Electrical Accessories
Installation of the PVD may require accessory electronic equipment for proper
and safe operation. Some of this equipment may not be available through
PSC, but could be available through your dealer, forklift parts provider, or
other suppliers. See Appendix A, “Accessories and Peripherals” on page 25.
DC/DC Converter. Voltage step down device used to power the terminal
from +24, +36 and +48 volt battery systems.
DC Conditioner/UPS. Used to provide backup DC power during sags or
interruptions in battery voltage due to peak loads or disconnect.
Delay Timer. Provides automatic shut-off of power to a terminal or other
equipment, to reduce battery drain.
Noise Spike/RF Filter. Used to suppress high voltage and RF voltage
spikes on the power system.
Electrical Accessory Matrix
Table 1 summarizes the accessory recommendations and options available
depending on the forklift voltage application. This matrix should be used only
as a reference and may not include accessories for all applications.
Table 1. Electrical Accessories
Forklift System Voltage
Accessory
12 volt
24 volt
36 volt
48 volt
DC/DC Converter
Not Required
Required
Required
Required
DC Conditioner/UPS
Optional*
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
Delay Timer
Optional*
Optional*
N/A
N/A
Noise Spike/RF Filter
Recommended
Recommended
Recommended
Recommended
5-Amp Dock In-Line Fuse
Required
Required
Required
Required
*Ensure that the device being installed is properly rated for use on your vehicle.
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Electrical Considerations
Electrical System Connections
This section covers electrical connection to +12V, +24V, +36V and +48V systems.
CAUTION
Proper installation requires that source power connections be made directly to
the vehicle's positive and negative battery terminals. It is important to maintain
electrical isolation when installing the powered vehicle dock and any accessory
equipment, to ensure safe and proper operation. Do not make any electrical
connections directly to the chassis of the forklift.
Connection to +12V
Figure 4 illustrates a typical wiring connection for a +12 volt system. The
input voltage operating range of the dock will allow direct connection to the
battery terminals. However, the use of a 5-Amp fuse is required, and a Noise
Spike/RF filter is highly recommended.
Accessory equipment may also be required depending on your application,
Refer to Table 1 on page 2-7. Read and follow all manufacturer's installation
instructions carefully.
Figure 4. Wiring Diagram for +12V Systems
Fuse each device according to
manufacturer’s recommendation
** White (N/C)
Pos
DC Conditioner/UPS
(Optional)
+
5-Amp In-Line Fuse
(Required)
Dock
Power Cord
Red (Pos)
Black (Neg)
Neg
-
Noise/Spike Filter
(Recommended)
Delay Timer
(Optional)*
* ENSURE that the device being
installed is properly rated for use
on your vehicle
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Use crimp connectors
for all wire connections
**DO NOT connect the white wire.
Either cut it or ensure it is properly
isolated.
Falcon® 4400 Series Powered Vehicle Dock
Electrical System Connections
Connection to +24V, +36V and +48V Systems
Figure 5 illustrates a wiring diagram for +24, +36 and +48 volt systems. The
use of a DC/DC converter is required to step down the battery voltage for use
by the terminal.
CAUTION
Proper installation requires that source power connections be made directly to
the vehicle's positive and negative battery terminals. It is important to maintain
electrical isolation when installing the PVD and any accessory equipment, to
ensure safe and proper operation. Do not make any electrical connections
directly to the chassis of the forklift.
When using any optional equipment caution must be taken to ensure that
+24, +36 or +48VDC does not exceed any voltage rating for these devices. Follow all manufacturer's installation instructions carefully.
Some DC/DC converters provide internal Noise Spike/RF filtering. The use
of an additional filter is optional.
Figure 5. Wiring Diagram for +24V, +36V and +48V Systems
In-Line Fuse
(integral to converter)
Pos
+
Neg
-
DC/DC
Converter
(Required)
Pos
IN
Neg
+
White (N/C)*
5 Amp In-Line Fuse
(Required)
Red (Pos)
OUT
Black (Neg)
Power Cord
-
Use crimp connectors
for all wire connections
* DO NOT connect the white wire.
Either cut it or ensure it is properly
isolated.
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Electrical Considerations
NOTES
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Chapter 3
Mounting Options
Ram Ball Mounting Assembly
This chapter outlines the steps needed to assemble and mount the Powered
Vehicle Dock using the Ram Ball mount accessory. The Ram Ball and mounting assembly, shown in Figure 6, combine to form an extremely a flexible
mounting assembly. This assembly allows wide range of rotation for the Vehicle Dock. It can be mounted on any flat horizontal or vertical surface.
Figure 6. The Ram Ball Mount
Ram Ball
Mounting
Assembly
CAUTION
Install only on properly grounded vehicles. If this Dock is used on an electric vehicle,
ensure that no part of the PVD and PDA can come into contact with the vehicle
chassis. Electrical discharges can develop on these vehicles, which can damage the
PVD and/or PDA. Refer to “Electrical Considerations” starting on page 5 for important
information.
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Mounting Options
Components, Materials and Tools
•
Ram Ball Assembly (sold separately)
•
8 screws and nuts for mounting Ram Ball (supplied)
•
Phillips head screwdriver
Ram Ball Assembly (sold separately)
1. Loosen the large adjustment knob handle on the Ram Ball assembly.
2. Remove both Ram Balls from the mount as demonstrated in Figure 7.
Figure 7. Ram Ball Assembly
Ram Balls
Adjustment
Knob
Screws
3. Use four screws (customer supplied) to secure one of the Ram balls to
the desired mounting surface. Set the other Ram ball aside to use later in
the assembly process.
4. Re-attach the Ram Ball Assembly to the Ram Ball you just affixed to the
mounting surface.
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Ram Ball Mounting Assembly
Attaching the Ram Ball to the Vehicle Dock
1. Align the second Ram Ball with the four screw holes on the rear of the
Vehicle Dock as shown in Figure 8.
Figure 8. Installing the Ram Ball on the Vehicle Dock
Secure the Ram Ball to the mounting area using the four supplied 10-24 x
5/8” Phillips head screws and four supplied 10-24 hex nuts.
Final Assembly
1. Insert the Ram Ball, mounted to the rear of the Vehicle Dock assembly,
into the Ram Ball assembly you earlier affixed to the mounting surface
(see Figure 9). Tighten the adjustment knob to secure the Ram Ball in
place.
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Mounting Options
Figure 9. Installing the Vehicle Dock Assembly on the Mount
Ram Ball
Ram Ball
Assembly
Adjustment
Knob
2. Loosen the Adjustment Knob slightly to tilt the Vehicle Dock to the
desired mounting angle. Re-tighten the Adjustment Knob securely.
3. Route and connect all cables (see “Power and Peripheral Device Connections” starting on page 19 for more on connections). If you haven’t
already prepared the power connection, reference “Electrical Considerations” starting on page 5 for wiring information.
Inserting/Removing the 4400
Inserting the 4400 in the Dock
To insert a 4400 terminal into the Powered Vehicle Dock, perform the following steps:
1. Slide the Falcon up under the top of the Powered Vehicle Dock.
2. Push upwards to lift the spring-loaded top to allow insertion of the Falcon as shown in Figure 10 on page 15.
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Inserting/Removing the 4400
Figure 10. Inserting a Falcon 4400 in the Vehicle Dock
3. Keeping the top of the Terminal in contact with the Dock, push the bottom of the terminal upward.
Figure 11. Pushing the 4400 upward
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Mounting Options
4. Seat the bottom of the Terminal into the cradle on the Dock.
Figure 12. Seating the Falcon into the Dock
Insertion of the 4400 in the Dock is complete.
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Inserting/Removing the 4400
Removing the 4400 from the Dock
To remove the Falcon 4400 from the Dock:
1. Grasp the Falcon terminal.
2. Lift upwards while pulling the bottom of the terminal forward.
Figure 13. Removing the 4400 from the Dock
3. Slide the top of the Falcon out from under the top of the Dock.
Removal of the Falcon from the Dock is complete.
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Mounting Options
NOTES
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Chapter 4
Power and Peripheral
Device Connections
This chapter describes connection of peripheral devices that are provided with
or available for the Falcon® 4400 Series PVD system. For more on power connections, see “Electrical Considerations” starting on page 5.
Connections on the Dock
Figure 14 shows the connection located on the bottom of the dock. See the
following pages for more information about these connections.
Figure 14. Cable Connections
COM A
COM B
Input Power
connection
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Power and Peripheral Device Connections
Power Connection
Insert the DC power cord at the power port with the arrow on the connector
facing down, toward the rear of the dock. When power is applied to the dock,
the Power-On LED will light.
Also refer to “Electrical Considerations” starting on page 5 for complete information and wiring diagrams detailing power connection. When powered, the
dock power-on LED will light.
Insert connector
with arrow
facing down
For non-mobile applications, an AC power supply adapter is available to power the
PVD. Contact your local distributor or PSC sales for additional information.
Battery Charging
The PVD provides battery charging for the Falcon terminal when powered.
The Falcon terminal must be powered on when inserted in the dock in order to charge
the batteries.
COM Port Connections
The PVD includes two powered DTE serial port connections to allow the Falcon terminal to communicate with peripherals, such as a PowerScan® handheld scanner or a portable printer. +12v is available on pin 9 of each port
connector for power to a peripheral. However, since the Falcon terminal can
only communicate with one peripheral at a time, the dock includes circuity to
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minimize data contention between any two peripherals connected to the dock.
This feature is enabled only if hardware flow control is enabled.
Some peripherals may not follow all of the specifications for RS-232 hardware flow
control. These will require additional or special considerations when used with the
dock. See Table 2 for COM port pinouts.
Table 2. COM port DB9M Pinouts
Pin No.
Signal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
DCD
RXD
TXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
+12 @ 200Ma
Refer to the PowerScan User’s Guide for more information on the handheld
scanner.
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Power and Peripheral Device Connections
NOTES
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Appendix A
Troubleshooting
Hardware Troubleshooting
Issues with Power to the Dock
•
Ensure that the Hirose connector is pushed securely into the power plug.
•
When power to the unit is turned on, a light will appear on the Dock.
Refer to the Falcon 4400 Series Quick Reference Guide (QRG) for information
about powering on the Falcon and a description of its LED functions.
PSC Technical Support
PSC Website Support
PSC’s website at www.psc.com is the complete source for technical support
and information for PSC products. The site offers PSC’s new TekForum,
product support, product registration, warranty information, product FAQs
(frequently asked questions), product manuals, product tech notes, software
updates, patches, demos, and instructions for returning products for repair.
PSC WebsiteTekForum
Search for information on the TekForum by clicking on the Support link at
the top of PSC’s home page then click on TekForum. Browse the TekForum at
PSC’s website to find answers to your questions about common technical
issues. Register with TekForum to submit a question to the PSC Technical
Support Staff.
Reseller Technical Support
An excellent source for technical assistance and information is an authorized
PSC reseller. A reseller is acquainted with specific types of businesses, application software, and computer systems and can provide individualized assistance.
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Troubleshooting
Telephone Technical Support
If you don’t have internet or email access, please contact PSC technical support
by telephone at (541) 349-8281.
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Appendix B
Accessories and Peripherals
Overview
Installation of the PVD may require accessory electronic equipment for proper
and safe operation. Contact your reseller or PSC sales for information about
availability.
Table 3. F4400 Vehicle Dock Accessories
Item
Description
4400 Powered Vehicle Dock (Mounting hardware not included)
Mount, RAM Base w/ 1.5" Ball
Mount, RAM 5.5" 2x Socket, 1.5" Ball
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Accessories and Peripherals
Item
Description
Mount, RAM 2.5" Wide Clamp Base w/1.5" Ball
(Accommodates up to 2.5" wide posts)
Mount, RAM 3.5" 2x Socket, 1.5" Ball
Mount, RAM 6" Base Plate
Mount, RAM 7.35" Assy w/ 2x 1.5" BALLs
Kit, RAM Mount, Base w/ 1.5" ball, 5.5" socket,
2.5" wide clamp w/1.5" ball. (Includes one
each)
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Overview
Item
Description
Mount, RAM 5.25" Assy w/ 2x1.5" BALLs
110/220 AC/DC Power Supply
Power Cord, Bare lead, 8',
DC Converter, 18-55VDC IN / 13.8V 10Amp
Out
DC Noise Spike Filter, 4-60VDC, 8Amp
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Accessories and Peripherals
Item
Description
Kit, Inline Fuse 5 Amp
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Index
+12V and +24V Systems 8
+36V and +48V Systems 9
G
Ground Contact Anti-Static Straps 6
A
accessories 25
overview 25
Attaching the 4220 to the Dock 14
D
Detaching the 4220 from the Dock 17
document
conventions 1
overview 1
E
Electrical Accessories 7
AC Power Adapter 8
DC Conditioner 7
DC/DC Converter 7
Delay Timer 7
Noise Spike/RF Filter 7
Electrical Accessory Matrix 7
Electrical Specifications 3
electrical warnings iv
Electrostatic Build-up 5
F
I
installation 19
M
Mounting Options 11
RAM Ball Mount 11
O
overview
manual 1
P
peripherals 25
power
troubleshooting 23
R
Ram Ball Assembly 12
regulatory statements iv
formatting conventions 1
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Index
S
safety precautions iv
Static Build-up on a Forklift Frame 5
style conventions 1
T
technical support 23
The Ram Ball Mount 11
troubleshooting 23
power 23
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U
unpacking 3
W
warranty iii
Wiring Diagram for +12V and +24V Systems 8
Wiring Diagram for +36V and +48V Systems 9
Falcon® Powered Vehicle Dock
NOTES
Index
NOTES
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Asia Pacific
Italy
PSC Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Telephone: [852]-2-584-6210
Fax: [852]-2-521-0291
PSC S.p.A.
Vimercate (MI), Italy
Telephone: [39] (0) 39/62903.1
Fax: [39] (0) 39/6859496
Australia
Japan
PSC Asia Pacific Pty Ltd.
North Ryde, Australia
Telephone: [61] 0 (2) 9878 8999
Fax: [61] 0 (2) 9878 8688
PSC Japan K.K.
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Telephone: 81 (0)3 3491 6761
Fax: 81 (0)3 3491 6656
France
Latin America
PSC S.A.R.L.
LES ULIS Cedex, France
Telephone: [33].01.64.86.71.00
Fax: [33].01.64 46.72.44
PSC S.A., INC.
Miami, Florida, USA
Telephone: (305) 591-3222
Fax: (305) 591-3007
Germany
United Kingdom
PSC GmbH
Darmstadt, Germany
Telephone: 49 (0) 61 51/93 58-0
Fax: 49 (0) 61 51/93 58 58
PSC Bar Code Ltd.
Watford, England
Telephone: 44 (0) 1923 809500
Fax: 44 (0) 1923 809 505
www.psc.com
PSC Inc.
959 Terry Street
Eugene, OR
Telephone: (541) 683-5700
Fax: (541) 345-7140
©2005 PSC INC.
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