56112351 control panel kit 56112352 control panel kit

56112351 control panel kit 56112352 control panel kit
56112351 CONTROL PANEL KIT
SC750, SC800 Models: ALL
56112352 CONTROL PANEL KIT
SC750 ST, SC800 ST Models: ALL
CONTENTS OF KIT
ITEM
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1#
PART NO.
56090067
56112738
56112120
QTY
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
Instruction Sheet
Interface Panel Assy (56112351)
Interface Panel Assy (56112352)
[ ] = Not Shown
# = Revised or new since last update
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7/10 revised 2/12 Form No. 56090067 REV C
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING!
DISCONNECT BATTERIES BEFORE SERVICING.
DISCHARGE STATIC ELECTRICITY PRIOR TO HANDLING CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY.
START DISASSEMBLY
1
Drain the recovery tank.
2
See Figure 1. Remove the top two mounting Bolts (A) from the Handle Assembly (B). Loosen the bottom two Bolts (C) and tilt the Handle
Assembly (B) back.
3
Remove the rear mounting Bolts (D) from the Control Panel Assembly.
4
Tilt the recovery tank to the side and remove the front two mounting bolts from the control panel assembly.
FIGURE 1
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DISCONNECT CONTROL PANEL FROM MACHINE
5
Tilt the control panel assembly back away from the machine to access
the backside of the control panel. NOTE: Be careful to not pinch or
crimp the pvc pressure sensing tube on SC750 & SC800 models.
This can be verified after reassembly by draining and refilling the
solution tank and confirming the display reads correctly.
6
See Figure 2 (ST Models). Disconnect all wires from the Key Switch
(A). Disconnect Ground Wire (C). Disconnect the Wire Harness
Connectors (D) from the circuit board. Remove the Circuit Board
Mounting Screws (E). NOTE: Make note of wire color location on
the key switch prior to disconnecting.
FIGURE 2
SC750 ST & SC800 ST Models
A
C
E
D
7
See Figure 3 and 4 (SC750, SC800 Models). See Figure 3. Remove the large pressure sensing tube (A) from the solution tank via the solution
fill opening and make sure all water drains out of the tube. See Figure 4. Disconnect all wires from the Key Switch (A). Disconnect Ground
Wire (C). Disconnect the Wire Harness Connectors (D) from the circuit board. Cut the Pressure Sensing Tube (F) to disconnect it from the pcb
board. Remove the Circuit Board Mounting Screws (E). NOTE: Make note of wire color location on the key switch prior to disconnecting.
FIGURE 3
FIGURE 4
SC750 & SC800 Models
A
C
E
D
F
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REMOVE CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
8
See Figure 5. Remove the (5) Screws (A) from the Control Panel Assembly (B) and remove the panel assembly from the machine.
FIGURE 5
INSTALL NEW CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
9
Follow steps 2 through 8 in reverse order to install the new Control Panel Assembly. IMPORTANT NOTE!: During installation it is critical that
you reinsert the large pressure sensing tube back into the solution tank after connecting the small pressure sensing tube to the pcb board.
10 Reconnect the batteries and follow the programming instructions on the following page.
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Hidden Menu Functionality (SC750, SC800)
To select the proper scrub deck, machine platform and low voltage cut out perform the following steps:
1 Turn the main power key switch to the OFF position. (If optional on-board battery charger is installed, it must be unplugged from AC power).
NOTE: The first time the PCB is turned on it will automatically go to the “Deck Type” menu.
2 Press and hold the scrub ON/OFF switch and vacuum switch together.
3 While holding both switches, turn the main key switch to the ON position.
4 Continue to hold both switches for 3 seconds until all (5) solution and scrub indicator LED’s turn on.
5 Release both switches. The display will now show “Programming Options”.
6 To scroll through the menu use the solution UP or DOWN buttons.
7 To enter a sub menu press the solution switch.
8 To save and go back to the main menu press scrub ON/OFF switch.
9 To exit from Hidden Menu completely, cycle the key switch.
Programming Options
1. DECK TYPE
2. MACHINE PLATFORM
3. CHEMICAL SELECTION
4. DETERGENT MODE
5. CHARGER SELECTION
6. LOW VOLT CUTOUT
7. LOCKOUT BRUSH PRE
8. LOCKOUT SOL FLOWS
9. RECOVER TANK FULL
10. CHEMICAL RATE BIAS
11. RESTORE DEFAULTS
12. DISPLAY REV LEVEL
13. FAULT RECALL
14. FAULT DETECTION
15. SERVICE TEST MODE
Deck Type
28 INCH CYL / BA756C “SC800-71C”
32 INCH CYL
26 INCH DISC
28 INCH DISC / BA756 “SC800-71”
34 INCH DISC / BA856 “SC800-86”
Machine Platform
MX (21 GAL / 80 LITRE) “SC750”
LX (25 GAL / 95 LITRE) “SC800”
Low Voltage Cut Out
WET BATTERY 80%
LVC = 20.55V
MAIN FREE BATTERY 70%
LVC = 21.75V
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Hidden Menu Functionality (SC750 ST, SC800 ST)
To select the proper scrub deck and low voltage cut out perform the following steps:
1
Turn the main power key switch to the OFF position. (If optional on-board battery charger is installed, it must be unplugged from AC power.)
NOTE: The first time the PCB is turned on it will automatically go to the “Deck Type” menu and then automatically goes to “Charger Selection”.
2
Press and hold the appropriate combination of switches for the hidden menu you wish to enter. (See Table below).
3
While holding the switches, turn the main key switch to the ON position.
4
Continue to hold the switches for 3 seconds until the appropriate indicator LED’s turn on.
5
Release the switches.
6
To change a setting, press the solution switch up or down. The Fault Code Indicator will blink at the same rate as the fault code display to show what the current setting is.
7
Press the scrub switch to the up position to save the settings and then turn on all LED’s. The program should wait for the operator to turn off the key switch and all buttons should be
disabled.
Software Revision Code
Service Test Mode
Fault Detection
Fault Recall
Restore Defaults
Recovery Tank Full
Lock Out Solution
Low Voltage Cutout
Charger Selection
Deck Type
Hidden Mode >
Lock Out Brush Pressure
Note: For the following table, switch position “Up” refers to the rocker switch being pressed to the up (ON or increment) position while “Down” refers to the switch being pressed to the down
(OFF or decrement) position. Otherwise the switch is left in its default center position.
SWITCHES PRESSED TO ENTER MODE
Vacuum Switch
Down
Down
Scrub Switch
Down
Down
Solution Switch
Down
Down
Down
Down
Down
Up
Down
Up
Down
Down
Down
Down
Up
Up
Up
Down
Down
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
Up
INITIAL LED INDICATION
Red Battery LED
ON
Yellow Battery LED
ON
Green Battery LED
ON
Vacuum LED
ON
High Scrub LED
ON
Low Scrub LED
ON
ON
ON
High Solution
ON
Medium Solution
ON
ON
Low Solution
ON
ON
ON
X
X
AVAILABLE SELECTION OPTIONS (SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS)
Fault LED
1-3
1-6
1-2
1-3
1-7
1-2
1-2
X
1-2
Scrub Deck Type
28 INCH CYL (MX)
LED BLINKS = 1
26 INCH DISC (MX)
LED BLINKS = 2
34 INCH DISC (LX)
LED BLINKS = 3
Charger Selection
NONE
LED BLINKS = 1
WET 25A
LED BLINKS = 2
AGM DISCOVER 25A
LED BLINKS = 3
GEL EXIDE 25A
LED BLINKS = 4
GEL-AGM 25A
LED BLINKS = 5
WET 15A
LED BLINKS = 6
GEL-AGM 15A
LED BLINKS = 7
Low Voltage Cut Out
WET BATTERY 80%
LVC = 20.55V
MAIN FREE BATTERY 70%
LVC = 21.75V
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LED BLINKS = 1
LED BLINKS = 2
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