UNIVERSAL GUIDER REMOTE

UNIVERSAL GUIDER REMOTE
UNIVERSAL GUIDER
TM
REMOTE
FULL FEATURED REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
OPERATION AND INSTALLATION MANUAL
3B0901AJ.DOC
July 18, 2008
AP
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INDEX
DESCRIPTION .......................................................................................2
TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER ID CODE PROGRAMMING.....................................2
INDICATOR LIGHTS ................................................................................2
BATTERY CHARGING ..............................................................................3
OUTPUTS ...........................................................................................3
RECEIVER DISPLAY ................................................................................3
INSTALLATION .....................................................................................7
BEFORE APPLYING POWER ......................................................................7
SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING USING OPTIONAL PALM PILOT™ .............................8
DIAGNOSTICS ....................................................................................8
HISTOGRAM .................................................................................... 10
FILE TRANSFER ............................................................................... 11
CALIBRATION .................................................................................. 11
PUMP OUTPUT FUNCTIONALITY......................................................... 11
SENSORS AND SAFETY SETTINGS ........................................................ 12
ADDITIONAL SETTINGS .................................................................... 14
TIME AND DATE SETTING .................................................................... 14
HOUR METERS MANAGEMENT .............................................................. 14
HOUR METER SET WITH PALM ........................................................... 14
HOUR METER SET WITH PENDANT ...................................................... 15
CALIBRATION WITH PENDANT................................................................. 16
WIRING CHART ................................................................................... 17
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE ....................................................................... 18
MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS ................................................................. 18
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................. 18
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART .................................................................. 19
ERROR CODE CHART ............................................................................ 21
PARTS LIST ....................................................................................... 22
SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................. 23
INSTRUCTION TO THE USER ................................................................... 24
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DESCRIPTION
crane and engine functions.
KAR-TECH's GUIDER REMOTE is a state of
the art microprocessor based Radio
Frequency (RF) and Controller Area
Network (CAN) control system. It is
designed to provide the machine
operator with the ability to operate
equipment remotely.
The machine
operator must follow OSHA and other
applicable standards when operating the
equipment.
The receiver is designed with 13 on/off
outputs,
one
currentregulated
proportional output, 3 inputs, and a 4character alphanumeric LED display. The
receiver also includes a real-time clock
for hour meter functionality.
TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER ID
CODE PROGRAMMING
Each radio transmitter is preprogrammed
with a unique radio ID code. The
receiver is programmed to respond only
to the radio transmitter with the ID code
for which it is set. This feature allows
multiple systems to work in close
proximity to one another without
interference. In the event that a
transmitter becomes damaged and a new
one is needed, the receiver can be
reprogrammed to respond to the new
radio transmitter.
To teach the
receiver, plug the CAN cable into the
charging port on the transmitter and run
the functions for 5-10 seconds, or until
the green LED goes from steady to
flashing.
This system is designed with Frequency
Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS), twoway communication, and Digital Phase
Lock Loop technology for the optimum
performance in radio remote products.
The remote control system consists of
two major modules: the transmitter
(pendant) and the receiver.
The transmitter is designed with one
hall-effect proportional trigger for speed
control. A hall-effect trigger provides
worry-free operation due to its noncontact functionality.
Five toggle switches for BOOM
UP/DOWN, HOIST UP/DOWN, ROTATE
CW/CCW, BOOM EXTEND/RETRACT, and
ENGINE START/STOP are provided.
Switches are also provided for ENGINE
SPEED and the COMPRESSOR/AUXILIARY
output.
INDICATOR LIGHTS
The transmitter has two LED indicators,
the red BATTERY indicator and the green
TRANSMIT
indicator.
The
green
TRANSMIT indicator flashes rapidly
whenever there is communication
between the transmitter and the
receiver. It will flash slowly in radio (RF)
mode and faster when the CAN cable is
used.
Pressing and holding the POWER button
for ½ second activates the transmitter.
Activating a switch and operating the
proportional trigger will operate the
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When the battery is new, the run-time
will be shorter until it has gone through
the drain/charge cycle more times. This
unit‟s current drain should allow at least
20 hours of run-time before a recharge is
needed.
The red BATTERY indicator starts
blinking once every second when the
battery voltage is low and requires
charging.
The transmitter‟s red and green LEDs are
also used for warning the operator of
overload and anti-two block (ATB)
conditions.
When both LEDs flash
together then there is an overload
condition, if red and green lights toggle
back and forth then there is an ATB
condition. Refer to your specific crane
manual for additional information on
overload and ATB.
To save battery life, the transmitter is
designed with an auto shut down
feature.
This feature turns the
transmitter off when none of the
switches or the trigger is used for period
of 10 minutes. The user must press the
POWER button to restore operation.
OUTPUTS
The receiver is designed with a green
data reception LED which is visible from
the outside the receiver. This LED blinks
when there is RF or CAN communication
between the receiver and transmitter.
Each of the outputs from the receiver
module is designed with built-in short
circuit and overload protection. The
outputs are also designed with no load or
broken wire status. Any error condition
of the ON/OFF or proportional outputs is
reported to the machine operator via the
alphanumeric display on the receiver
module or the histogram page on the
optional Palm Pilot™. Refer to the error
code chart on the front of the receiver
module or the ERROR CODE CHART in this
manual. The ON/OFF and proportional
outputs will indicate an error under no
load or broken wire status if NOT
activated, and will detect a short IF
activated.
BATTERY CHARGING
The transmitter is designed with a smart
battery charger, so the internal battery
can be recharged by the 12 volt
electrical system of the truck. This is
done by connecting the transmitter via
the charging port with the cigarette
lighter charger cable. The battery can
also be recharged with the AC wall
charger or the CAN cable. The red and
green LEDs on the bottom of the pendant
indicate the status of the charger: The
red LED indicates that the battery is
charging and green LED indicates that
the battery is fully charged. A complete
charge can be achieved in about 1 hour.
RECEIVER DISPLAY
The receiver‟s 4-character alphanumeric
LED display is used to report the status
of outputs, radio communication, boom
status, and machine hours to the
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operator. For additional information on
error codes refer ERROR CODES section
of
this
manual.
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USER ASSIST DIAGNOSTIC
THIS DISPLAY AND THE
FOLLOWING CHART ASSISTS THE
USER IN TROUBLESHOOTING THE
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM.
PLEASE REFER TO SERVICE
MANUAL FOR ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION.
EC01
EC02
EC03
EC04
EC05
EC06
EC07
EC08
EC09
EC10
EC11
EC12
EC13
EC14
EC15
EC16
EC17
EC18
EC19
THERE ARE NO SERVICEABLE PARTS BEYOND THIS POINT.
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR SERVICE PERSONNEL FOR
FURTHER ASSISTANCE.
Radio/CAN
Receiver Unit
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POWER
+
SPEED
CONTROL
COMPRESSOR
BOOM
UP
BOOM
DOWN
START
BOOM
EXTEND
WINCH
UP
STOP
CLOCKWISE
BOOM
RETRACT
WINCH
DOWN
COUNTER
CLOCKWISE
ESTIMATED CHARGE
TIME: 1 HOUR
USE APPROVED
CHARGER ONLY
CHARGING READY
Radio/CAN Transmitter
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INSTALLATION
1.
Refer to the wiring chart in this
manual for wiring connections.
2. The receiver should be mounted on
shock absorbing mounts. The receiver is
best mounted in a protected location.
3. When installing the unit, the main
power should run from the battery,
through a 20-amp fast blow fuse, to a
power switch or relay; then into the
receiver unit. For best results connect
receiver main power connections to the
auxiliary terminal of the ignition switch,
PTO switch, or ignition relay. Use 18
gauge or heavier wire.
4. All connections must be properly
insulated to protect against shorts.
5. Seal all connections with a nonconductive silicone grease to prevent
against corrosion.
BEFORE APPLYING POWER
1. Check power and ground polarity.
2. Check wiring harness for possible
shorts before connecting remote control
to output devices (i.e., valves, and
relays) by checking each mating pin
terminal.
3. Check transmitter battery for proper
operation or any leakage from the
battery. Always remove battery if the
transmitter is to be stored for a long
period of time.
4. Read the rest of this manual.
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SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING USING
OPTIONAL PALM PILOT™
Use the Palm‟s stylus pen and tap the
icon “GUIDER II” to launch the
application.
The Patented Palm Pilot™ interface, US
patent No. 6,907,302, software is a very
useful tool for troubleshooting the
control system.
Tap the „i‟ icon in the corner of any of
the screens for more information.
DIAGNOSTICS
To use this tool, connect the Palm Pilot™
serial cable to the 9-pin DB9 serial
connector on the receiver control
harness, and turn the Palm Pilot™ and
system powers on.
Tap the Diagnostic button to see the
diagnostic screens, which shows the
current state of remote communications,
system inputs and system outputs.
Main page
RF communications page
Several pages are password protected to
prevent unauthorized or accidental
changes to key functions of the system.
The password can be entered using the
scratch pad at the bottom of the display,
or by using the keyboard panel accessed
by tapping on the numbers in the lowerright of the entry area. The password
for this system is 1262
When the round circle next to a label is
dark, the corresponding ON/OFF input or
output is sensed to be active.
This screen also shows the currently read
values of the pressure sensor, battery
voltage, trigger voltage, RF signal quality
& strength, and power setting.
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Digital inputs page
ON/OFF outputs page
Tap the Next Page button to switch
between pages of inputs and outputs.
Tap Previous to go back a page.
Tap the Done button to return to the
main menu.
Switch & sensors page
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HISTOGRAM
Tap the Histogram icon to see a set of
screens that show which error codes are
active and how many times the specific
error code has been active.
Overloads & Data page
Tapping Overloads & Data will bring
you to another page that includes a page
for History of Overloads and
Histogram
Data
Management.
Tapping History of Overloads will
show the dates and times of all overloads
on the system, based on the setting of
the OVL Psi on the Calibration
page.
Histogram main page
This feature can be used to troubleshoot
machine wiring and other problem areas.
Tapping the Reset button resets all the
error code counts except overload.
Tapping Ovl Reset will allow you to
clear the overload history page. Tapping
Next Page allows access to all the error
counts.
Tapping Histogram Data Management
will bring you to a page where you can
create, save, delete, transfer, and print
histogram files to and from the receiver
board and the PC. Tap the Click HERE
To Start bar on the top to choose one
of these menu items. Tap the “i” button
for further instructions.
Tap the Done button to return to the
main menu.
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FILE TRANSFER
Tap the File Transfer button to send
new program files from the Palm to the
receiver. New programs are uploaded to
the Palm via the Palm desktop as a *.pdb
file using HotSync.
Calibration main page
PUMP OUTPUT FUNCTIONALITY
File transfer page
CALIBRATION
This page provides the user with ability
to adjust key system parameters,
including pump output settings and
safety limits. The lines PWM Out:, Prop
Trig:, and Pressure in the middle of
the screen will show the present value of
current on the proportional output, the
input trigger voltage, and pressure on
the transducer (if selected)
Proportional output setting
1. Change the functionality of the pump
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output by checking the desired
operation from the first three in the
large box in the middle of the screen:
a. Proportional – pump output
will have current regulated
proportional functionality based
on the position of the trigger
b. Elec. On/Off – pump will be
deactivated when WINCH is
operated.
c. Hyd. On/Off – pump will be
activated
when
WINCH
is
operated.
2. When Proportional is selected,
the following parameters from the
first drop-down menu can be
changed:
a. Min – minimum current
b. Max – maximum current
c. Ramp Up – designated time from
Min to Max current
d. Ramp Down – designated time
from Max to Min current
e. Frequency – choose the PWM
dither frequency for the
specified valve coil
3. Enter the new value on the line
above Factory Setting
4. Tap the Save button to send the
setting to memory
SENSORS AND SAFETY SETTINGS
Safety and sensor settings
1. To set key parameters and safety
limits for the system, use the second
drop-down menu as shown:
a. Max Psi – set this to match the
maximum pressure for your
sensor. Enter a value on the line
at the bottom of the page. Tap
the Save button to send the
setting to memory
b. ATB – when this is selected, the
ATB Limit menu appears for you
to select outputs that respond to
this condition by reducing or
eliminating the output chosen.
Enter a percentage of reduction
(or 0% to shut off the output) for
each output desired when this
condition exists. Tap the Save
button to send the setting to
memory
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ATB Limit assign menu
Overload assign menu
c. OVL Psi – when this is selected,
the Over Load menu appears for
you to select outputs that respond
to this condition by reducing or
eliminating the output chosen.
Enter a percentage of reduction
(or 0% to shut off the output) for
each output desired when this
condition exists. Tap the Save
button to send the setting to
memory
d. LL Psi – set the maximum load
to which you desire a system limit
to be. Enter a value on the line
at the bottom of the page. when
this is selected, the Load Limit
menu appears for you to select
outputs that respond to this
condition
by
reducing
or
eliminating the output chosen.
Enter a percentage of reduction
(or 0% to shut off the output) for
each output desired when this
condition exists. Tap the Save
button to send the setting to
memory
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ADDITIONAL SETTINGS
the current time and date for the realtime clock that runs the hour meter and
logs overload conditions to the
histogram.
In the middle box of the page there are
additional settings:
1. Eng Spd Mom – if this check box
is selected, the behavior of the
ENGINE SPEED output will be
momentary instead of maintained
2. Aux Mom – if this check box is
selected, the behavior of the AUX
OUTPUT will be momentary
instead of maintained
3. P-S – if this check box is
selected,
the
system
will
recognize a pressure switch to
this input with an ON/OFF
functionality.
Selecting
this
option will automatically deselect the pressure transducer
option (P-X). The monitor line for
Pressure next to the large box
will disappear
4. P-X – if this check box is
selected,
the
system
will
recognize a pressure transducer
to this input that recognizes PSI
and can be set. Selecting this
option will automatically deselect the pressure switch option
(P-S). The monitor line for
Pressure will appear
Time and date setting screen
HOUR METERS MANAGEMENT
The receiver includes a real-time clock
to provide for time tracking of certain
functions of the system in hours of use.
These measurements include engine
hours, compressor hours, and crane use
hours. The hour meters can be adjusted
using the Palm or a special procedure
using the transmitter pendant.
Tapping the Factory Setting button
will change all settings back to their
factory set values. The Done button will
send the user back to the main menu.
HOUR METER SET WITH PALM
Tapping Hour Meters Management
will allow you to update, change, or
clear the different hour meters
available. Use the drop-down menu
Engine hours and choose the meter
TIME AND DATE SETTING
Tapping Time & Date Setting will
bring up a splash screen for you to enter
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to update. Tap Apply to set the value
you enter on the line. Tap Done to
return to the main menu.
HOUR METER SET WITH PENDANT
1. With the pendant power off,
activate the BOOM DOWN, BOOM
EXTEND, and RPM switches. With
those switches held on, turn on
the pendant power. The receiver
display should scroll “ENTER
PASSWORD”
2. Using the BOOM, EXTENSION,
WINCH, and ROTATION switches,
toggle through the characters and
numbers to input the password,
each switch representing a
different character of the 4
character
password.
The
password is KAR5. Select the RPM
function on the pendant to accept
the password. If, at any time, the
user wants to exit the hour
meters adjustment area, select
the COMPRESSOR function on the
pendant
Hour meters management page
3. When the password is successfully
entered, the receiver display will
scroll “SET ENGINE HOURS”. The
user is able to then set the
desired value for the ENGINE
HOURS meter by using the BOOM,
EXTENSION, WINCH, and LOWER
switches
4. When the desired value is “dialed
in” activate the RPM function
switch to enter and save the
value. The receiver will then
scroll “SET COMPRESSOR HOURS”
Hour meters drop-down menu
5. The user is then able to set the
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value of this meter using the
BOOM, EXTENSION, WINCH, and
LOWER function switches to select
the value. Activate the RPM
function switch to save the
entered value. The receiver will
then scroll “SET CRANE HOURS”
different character of the 4
character
password.
The
password is 1262. Select the RPM
function on the pendant to accept
the password. If, at any time, the
user wants to exit the hour
meters adjustment area, select
the COMPRESSOR function on the
pendant.
6. Again activate the BOOM,
EXTENSION, WINCH, and LOWER
function switches to enter the
desired value for CRANE HOURS.
Use the RPM function switch to
save the desired value. The menu
will scroll “SET ENGINE HOURS”
again. The user can then either
set a different value for this
meter, or select the COMPRESSOR
function switch to exit the menu
and return to normal operation
3. When the password is successfully
entered, the receiver display will
scroll “SET MIN valve”. The user
is able to then set the desired
value for the Minimum current to
the valve is by using one of the
boom toggle switches and the
transmitter
trigger.
The
amperage to the valve is
displayed on the receiver 4
character display.
CALIBRATION USING PENDANT
The minimum and maximum current to
the proportional valve can be performed
using the transmitter and the following
procedure:
4. When the desired value is reached
activate the RPM function switch
to enter and save the value. The
receiver will then scroll “SET MAX
VALUE”.
1. With the pendant power off,
activate the BOOM DOWN, BOOM
EXTEND, and RPM switches. With
those switches held on, turn on
the pendant power. The receiver
display should scroll “ENTER
PASSWORD”.
5. The user is able to then set the
Maximum current to the valve is
by using one of the boom toggle
switches and the transmitter
proportional trigger.
The
amperage to the valve is
displayed on the receiver.
2. Using the BOOM, EXTENSION,
WINCH, and ROTATION switches,
toggle through the characters and
numbers to input the password,
each switch representing a
6. When the desired value is reached
activate the RPM function switch
to enter and save the value for
the
maximum
current.
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WIRING CHART
RECEIVER WIRING
CONNECTOR: DEUTSCH 12 PIN DTM SERIES
PIN#
WIRE COLOR
FUNCTION
1
BLACK
GROUND
2
WHITE
CAN COMMUNICATION HIGH
3
GREEN
CAN COMMUNICATION LOW
4
RS-232 TXD (TO PALM PILOT)
5
RS-232 RXD (TO PALM PILOT)
6
PURPLE
PRESSURE SENSOR INPUT
7
BLUE
ATB SWITCH INPUT
8
TRUCK BATTERY SENSE (NO CONNECTION)
9
ORANGE
NO CONNECTION
10
PURPLE
ENGINE THROTTLE OUTPUT
11
BLUE
COMPRESSOR OUTPUT
12
RED
POWER IN (9 TO 35 VDC)
CONNECTOR: DEUTSCH 12 PIN DTM SERIES
PIN#
WIRE COLOR
FUNCTION
1
BROWN
ROTATION CW OUTPUT
2
GREEN
ROTATION CCW OUTPUT
3
RED
EXTENSION OUT OUTPUT
4
GRAY
EXTENSION IN OUTPUT
5
BLACK
LOWER UP OUTPUT
6
ORANGE
LOWER DOWN OUTPUT
7
YELLOW
WINCH UP OUTPUT
8
WHITE
WINCH DOWN OUTPUT
9
BLUE
PROPORTIONAL OUTPUT
10
NO CONNECTION
11
YELLOW
ENGINE START OUTPUT
12
WHITE
ENGINE STOP OUTPUT
TRANSMITTER PENDANT WIRING
CONNECTOR: 3102A14S-5P
PIN#
FUNCTION
A
RED
POWER
B
BLACK
GROUND
C
WHITE
CAN DATA HIGH (TO PENDANT)
D
GREEN
CAN DATA LOW (TO PENDANT)
D
SHIELD
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ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
or other electrical loads.
1.
Clean transmitter and receiver
regularly with a damp cloth and mild
detergent.
TROUBLESHOOTING
2.
Periodically check
antenna for tightness.
This section provides basic operator
level troubleshooting for the GUIDER
REMOTE system. If, after following
these instructions, the system still does
not function, check the hydraulic
system then contact your KAR-TECH
representative for further instructions
or servicing.
receiver
3.
Inspect electrical wiring for
wear points or other damage. Repair
as required.
4.
Inspect all connections for
looseness or corrosion. Tighten and/or
"seal" as necessary.
MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS
When performing any inspection or
maintenance work on the VERSA
REMOTE system, always exercise care
to prevent injury to yourself and others
or damage to the equipment. The
following are general precautions,
which should be closely followed in
carrying out any maintenance work.
1.
Do not have hydraulic power
available to the valves when
performing electrical tests.
2.
Never operate or test any
function if any person is in an area
where they could be hurt by being hit
or squeezed by the hydraulic
equipment.
4.
Turn
power
off
before
connecting or disconnecting valve coils
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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
1. No operation of all functions when a
function switch is activated.
1. Check that transmitter power is on.
2. Check that receiver power switch is on.
3. Check vehicle wiring for power into the system.
4. Check LED status display for system status.
5. Check for proper grounding of vehicle's electrical
circuit.
6. Check vehicle's hydraulic system
2. Certain functions do not work
1. Check the wiring connection from the system to the
valve coil or the output function that does not work.
2. Check LED status display for system status.
3. Check vehicle's hydraulic system
4. Check vehicle's electrical system
3. Function operates intermittently.
1. Loose connector at the valve coil.
2. Check LED status display for system status.
3. Check receiver antenna for any damage and proper
connection.
1.
4. Check vehicle's hydraulic system
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PROBLEM
2. Boom will not rise.
SOLUTION
1.
Check Boom limit switch.
2. Check wiring harness to see if there is power to pin
12 of receiver.
3.
Check LED status display for short or open
connection to Boom up coil.
6. Check vehicle's hydraulic system
3. Boom does not lower when raised all
the way
Premature overload
1. Check boom switch adjustment.
2.
Check wiring harness for connection from boom
switch to pin 12 of receiver.
3. Check wiring harness to see if there is power to
other pole of boom switch.
4.
Check LED status display for short or open
connection to Boom lower coil.
4. Check vehicle's hydraulic system
4. Only Boom Raise functions
1. Check pressure transducer output and connections.
2. Check home switch function.
3. Check vehicle's hydraulic system
5. Winch up, Extend and Boom Lower
does not function
1.
Check pressure transducer output and connections.
2. Check wiring harness.
3. Check vehicle's hydraulic system
6. Winch up function not operable
1.
Check Anti Two block switch operation
2. Check wiring harness from ATB switch to receiver.
3. Check vehicle's hydraulic system
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ERROR CODE CHART
EC03
EC04
EC05
EC06
EC07
EC08
EC09
EC10
EC11
EC12
EC13
EC14
EC15
EC16
EC17
EC18
-
Boom limit switch active.
Low truck battery.
Pendant trigger problem.
Trigger pulled before switch.
Short or open connection at BOOM UP output.
Short or open connection at BOOM DOWN output.
Short or open connection at RETRACT output.
Short or open connection at EXTEND output.
Short or open connection at ROTATE CW output.
Short or open connection at ROTATE CCW output.
Short or open connection at WINCH UP output.
Short or open connection at WINCH DOWN output.
Short or open connection at PROPORTIONAL output.
Short or open connection at COMPRESSOR output.
Pressure transducer fault.
Wrong RF ID received.
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PARTS LIST
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
3B0902A
TRANSMITTER PENDANT
3B0903A
RECEIVER MODULE
3B0904A
RECEIVER WIRE HARNESS
020-506-0250
25 FT CAN/CHARGER CABLE
B20032B
CHARGER, 12 VDC CIGARETTE LIGHTER PLUG
B20072A
CHARGER, UNIVERSAL 110-240 VAC
001-001-2201
REPLACEMENT RECAHRGABLE NiMH BATTERY
There are no user-serviceable parts inside the Transmitter or the Receiver. Return
the units to the KAR-TECH for service.
Note: For operation with negative ground vehicles only.
WARNING:
The KAR-TECH GUIDER REMOTE must be operated in compliance with all applicable
safety regulations, rules, and practices. Failure to follow required safety practices
may result in death or serious injury.
The information, specifications, and illustrations in this manual are those in effect at the time of
printing. KAR-TECH reserves the right to change specifications or design at any time without notice.
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SPECIFICATIONS
FCC ID: P4U-VRTS
Industry Canada Certification Number: 4534A-VRTS
EQUIPMENT CLASS: PART 15 SPREAD SPECTRUM TRANSMITTER
TRANSMITTER
Power supply .............................................................. 7.2 Volt Rechargeable, NiMH batteries.
Operating temperature - Radio ...................................................................... -40˚C to +85˚C
Storage temperature .................................................................................. -40˚C to +100˚C
RF Frequency ................................................................................................ 922-927 MHz
RF Transmit power (EIRP) ....................................................................................... 33 mW
Vibration ...................................................................................................... 3G to 200Hz
Shock ..................................................................................................................... 50G
Ingress Protection ..................................................................................................... IP66
RECEIVER
Power supply voltage ............................................................................................. 12 VDC
Transient .........................................................................................9V to 30V
Operating temperature ................................................................................ -40˚C to +85˚C
Storage temperature .................................................................................. -40˚C to +100˚C
Outputs ............................................................................................ 5.0 Amps (Protected)
RF Frequency ................................................................................................ 922-927 MHz
Vibration ...................................................................................................... 3G to 200Hz
Shock .................................................................................................................. 100G
Ingress Protection .................................................................................................... IP66
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GUIDER REMOTE
INSTRUCTION TO THE USER
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
* Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
* Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
* Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
* Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This equipment has been certified to comply with the limits for a class B computing
device, pursuant to FCC Rules. In order to maintain compliance with FCC regulations,
shielded cables must be used with this equipment. Operation with non-approved
equipment or unshielded cables is likely to result in interference to radio and TV
reception. The user is cautioned that changes and modifications made to the equipment
without the approval of manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate this
equipment.
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