KM 105/100 R Bp KM 105/100 R Bp Pack KM 105

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Contents
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN
General notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN
Environmental protection
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Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Accessories and Spare
Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Symbols in the operating instructions . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Symbols on the machine
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Proper use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN
Foreseeable misuse. . . .
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Suitable surfaces . . . . . .
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Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . EN
Safety instructions concerning the operation . . . . . .
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Operations . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety information concerning the driving operation.
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Appliances with high emptying system . . . . . . . . . . .
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Devices with overhead
guard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety information concerning the transport of the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety information concerning maintenance and care EN
Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN
Operating and Functional Elements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN
Operating field . . . . . . . .
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Intelligent key yellow/grey EN
Program selection switch EN
Safety Devices . . . . . . . .
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Parking brake. . . . . . . . .
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Before Startup . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN
Remove the appliance coverEN
Opening/closing cover on
the left . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Unloading tips . . . . . . . .
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Install side brush . . . . . .
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Notes regarding the battery EN
Charging battery . . . . . .
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Start up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN
Prior to start/safety test .
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Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN
Adjusting driver's seat . .
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Storage area . . . . . . . . .
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Starting up the appliance
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Drive the machine . . . . .
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Sweeping mode . . . . . . .
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Emptying waste container EN
Charging battery upon display message. . . . . . . . .
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Turn off the appliance . .
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Transport . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Shutdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN
Maintenance and care . . . . . . . EN
General notes . . . . . . . .
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Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Maintenance intervals . .
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Maintenance Works . . . .
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Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . EN
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Troubleshooting by the operator with plain text messages on the display. . . . . .
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Troubleshooting with coded
error message on the display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN
EC Declaration of Conformity . EN
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN
Accessories and Spare Parts
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Please read and comply with
these original instructions prior
to the initial operation of your appliance and
store them for later use or subsequent owners.
Please read the safety instructions before
start-up!
Appliance configuration
There are 2 different options for waste disposal:
The KM 105/100 R has two removable
waste containers (low emptying system).
The KM 105/110 R is equipped with a high
emptying system for the waste container.
General notes
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Your sales outlet should be informed about
any transit damage noted when unpacking
the product.
– Warning and information plates on the
machine provide important directions
for safe operation.
– In addition to the information contained
in the operating instructions, all statutory safety and accident prevention regulations must be observed.
Environmental protection
The packaging material can be
recycled. Please do not throw the
packaging material into household waste; please send it for recycling.
Old appliances contain valuable
materials that can be recycled.
Please arrange for the proper recycling of old appliances. Please
dispose your old appliances using appropriate collection systems.
Engine oil, diesel and petrol must not be
released into the environment. Protect the
ground and dispose of used oil in an environmentally responsible way.
Notes about the ingredients (REACH)
You will find current information about the
ingredients at:
www.kaercher.com/REACH
 DANGER
To avoid risks, all repairs and replacement
of spare parts may only be carried out by
authorized customer service personnel.
– Only use accessories and spare parts
which have been approved by the manufacturer. The exclusive use of original
accessories and original spare parts
ensures that the appliance can be operated safely and trouble free.
– At the end of the operating instructions
you will find a selected list of spare
parts that are often required.
– For additional information about spare
parts, please go to the Service section
at www.kaercher.com.
Symbols in the operating
instructions
 DANGER
Warns about immediate danger which can
lead to severe injuries or death.
몇 WARNING
Warns about possible danger which could
lead to severe injuries or death.
몇 CAUTION
Points out a possibly dangerous situation
which can lead to light injuries or property
damage.
ATTENTION
Pointer to a possibly dangerous situation,
which can lead to property damage.
Symbols on the machine
 DANGER
Risk of fire!
Please do not sweep away
any burning substances such
as cigarettes, match sticks or
similar objects.
몇 WARNING
Risk of being squeezed or
hurt at the belts, side-brushes, containers, machine cover.
 DANGER
Danger of tipping. Only empty
the waste container when the
appliance is placed on a level
and stable ground
Tyre pressure
Intake points for the jack
Warranty
The warranty terms published by the relevant sales company are applicable in each
country. We will repair potential failures of
your appliance within the warranty period
free of charge, provided that such failure is
caused by faulty material or defects in manufacturing. In the event of a warranty claim
please contact your dealer or the nearest
authorized Customer Service centre.
Please submit the proof of purchase.
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Lashing point
Risk of injury on account of
rotating roller brush. Open
the appliance hood only when
the engine has come to a halt.
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Proper use
Safety instructions
The sweeper is intended for cleaning floor
surfaces for commercial use and e.g. for
the following fields of application:
 Car parks
 Production facilities
 Logistics areas
 Hotel
 Retail industry
 Storage areas
 Walkways
– Use this sweeper only as directed in
these operating instructions.
– Any use extending beyond this is not
considered as proper use. The manufacturer is not liable for any losses resulting from this; the user alone bears
the risk for this.
– The machine may not be modified.
– The sweeper is only suitable for use on
the types of floor areas specified in the
operating instructions.
– The machine may only be operated on
the surfaces approved by the company
or its authorised representatives.
– The following applies in general: Keep
highly-flammable substances away
from the appliance (danger of explosion/fire).
Safety instructions concerning the
operation
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The machine with working equipment
must be checked to ensure that it is in
proper working order and is operating
safely prior to use. Otherwise, the appliance must not be used.
– If the appliance is used in hazardous areas (e.g. filling stations) the corresponding safety provisions must be observed. It is not allowed to use the appliance in hazardous locations.
 DANGER
Risk of injury!
 Do not use the appliance without an
overhead guard in areas where the operator might get hit by falling objects.
Operations
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Foreseeable misuse
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Never vacuum up explosive liquids,
combustible gases or undiluted acids
and solvents. This includes petrol, paint
thinner or heating oil which can generate explosive fumes or mixtures upon
contact with the suction air. Acetone,
undiluted acids and solvents must also
be avoided as they can harm the materials on the machine.
Never sweep/vacuum up reactive metal
dusts (e.g. aluminium, magnesium,
zinc), as they form explosive gases
when they come in contact with highly
alkaline or acidic detergents.
Do not sweep/vacuum up any burning
or glowing objects.
The appliance is not suitable for sweeping off hazardous substances.
The machine may not be used or stored
in hazardous areas. It is not allowed to
use the appliance in hazardous locations.
It is strictly prohibited to take co-passengers.
Pushing/pulling or transporting objects
by means of this appliance is prohibited.
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Asphalt
Industrial floor
Screed
Concrete
Paving stones
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The operator must use the appliance
properly. The person must consider the
local conditions and must pay attention
to third parties, in particular children,
when working with the appliance.
Prior to starting work, the operator must
ensure that all protective devices are
properly installed and function correctly.
The operator of the appliance is liable
for accidents with other individuals or
their property.
Ensure that the operator wears tight-fitting clothes. Wear sturdy shoes and
avoid wearing loose-fitting clothes.
Check the immediate vicinity prior to
starting (e.g. children). Ensure sufficient visibility!
Never leave the device unattended as
long as it is switched on. The operator
may only leave the device when the key
(Intelligent Key) has been removed and
the device is secured against accidental movements.
Please remove the key, when not in
use, to avoid unauthorised use of the
appliance.
The appliance may only be used by persons who have been instructed in handling the appliance or have proven
qualification and expertise in operating
the appliance or have been explicitly
assigned the task of handling the appliance.
This appliance is not intended for use
by persons (including children) with limited physical, sensoric or mental capacities or lack of experience and/or skills,
unless such persons are accompanied
and supervised by a person in charge of
their safety or if they received precise
instructions on the use of this appliance.
Children should be supervised to prevent them from playing with the appliance.
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Safety information concerning the
driving operation
 Danger
Risk of injury!
Danger of tipping if gradient is too high.
– The falling and rising gradients in the direction of travel may not exceed 12%.
Danger of tipping on unstable ground.
– Only use the machine on sound surfaces.
Danger of tipping with excessive sideways
tilt.
– The gradient perpendicular to the direction of travel should not exceed 10%.
The travel speed must be adapted to the
existing conditions.
Appliances with high emptying
system
 DANGER
Risk of injury!
 When working on the high emptying
system, completely lift and secure the
waste container.
Devices with overhead guard
NOTICE
The overhead guard (optional) protects the
driver against larger falling objects. However, it does not provide rollover protection!
Safety information concerning the
transport of the appliance
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Mind the weight of the appliance during
transport.
Disconnect the battery and securely
fasten the device for transport.
Safety information concerning
maintenance and care
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Prior to cleaning and maintaining the
appliance, the replacement of parts, or
the change to another function, the appliance must be switched off and the
key (intelligent key) pulled out.
Always disconnect the battery when
working on the electrics.
Do not clean the appliance with a water
hose or high-pressure water jet (danger
of short circuits or other damage).
Maintenance work may only be carried
out by approved customer service outlets or experts in this field who are familiar with the respective safety regulations.
Please observe the local safety regulations regarding portable commercially
used appliances.
Always use appropriate gloves while
working on the device.
Function
The sweeper operates using the overthrow
principle.
– The side brushes (3) clean the corners
and edges of the surface, moving dirt
and debris into the path of the roller
brush.
– The rotating roller brush (4) moves the
dirt and debris directly into the waste
container (5).
– The dust raised in the container is separated by the dust filter (2) and the filtered clean air is drawn off by the suction fan (1).
– The cleaning of the dust filter (2) takes
place automatically.
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Operating field
Steering wheel
Cover on the left
Pedal for raising/lowering bulk waste
flap
Localised work illumination (option)
Left side brush (optional)
Driving operations
Fastener of the side brush
Right side brush
Drive pedal
Sickle brush (option)
Appliance cover right side
Rear wheel
Lever for seat adjustment
Holding rail for home base
Waste container high emptying system
(KM 105/110 R)
Waste container low emptying system
(KM 105/100 R)
Storage area
Storage cylinder support (safeguard
high emptying system)
Dust filter (flat-fold filter)
Seat (with seat contact switch)
Button for two-handed operation
(KM 105/110 R)
Rear sealing strip
Roller brush
Lateral sealing strip on the left
Lateral sealing strip on the right
Front sealing strip
Batteries
(KM 105/100(110) R Bp Pack: already
installed)
(KM 105/100(110) R Bp: not included in
delivery)
29 Charger
(KM 105/100(110) R Bp Pack: already
installed)
(KM 105/100(110) R Bp: not included in
delivery)
Optional
The following equipment that is installed
when ordering ex work or can be subsequently installed is not displayed.
– Beacon lamp
– Overhead guard
– Comfort seat
Operating field
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Control elements on the control panel
1 Main switch
Position 0: Appliance is decommissioned
Position I: The appliance is ready for
operation.
2 Button suction blower with indicator
lamp
Lamp is illuminated: Suction blower
and filter dedusting deactivated:
– for sweeping damp or wet floors, or fibrous dry waste such as straw, hay, etc.
Lamp off: Suction blower and filter dedusting activated (default):
– for sweeping dry floors
3 Key (intelligent key)
yellow - operator
grey - supervisor
4 Display sweeping programme "ECO"
– for even floors with minor soiling
Note: This sweeping programme is activated by default with every start-up of
the sweeping system, even if another
sweeping programme was selected before.
Note: The selected sweeping programme is shown on the display, the
setting is effected by means of the direction keys.
5 Display sweeping programme "MEDIUM"
– for normally soiled floors
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Display sweeping programme
"HEAVY"
– for heavily soiled and uneven floors
7 Display
8 KM 105/110 R: Lift waste container and
direction key "upwards"
KM 105/100 R: Direction key "upwards"
9 KM 105/110 R: Tip waste container and
direction key "to the right"
KM 105/100 R: Direction key "to the
right"
10 Confirmation key "OK"
11 KM 105/110 R: Swivel in waste container and direction key "to the left"
KM 105/100 R: Direction key "to the
left"
12 KM 105/110 R: Lower waste container
and direction key "downward"
KM 105/100 R: Direction key "downward"
13 Blinker switch
14 Horn
15 Program selection switch
Language setting on the control panel
The default language on the display is English.
Select the desired language on the control
panel prior to working with the machine.
How the language is set for the yellow and
grey key (Intelligent Key) is shown in the illustrated brief instructions on Page 2 of
these operating instructions or in the following Chapter "Intelligent Key yellow/grey".
Intelligent key yellow/grey
Yellow intelligent key
The parameters for the various cleaning
programmes are preset. The indication
takes place on the display.
The texts on the display are plain texts and
therefore self-explanatory. The selection of
the desired sweeping program is made by
means of the direction key "to the right".
Shown display texts are:
>Battery charge indicator<
>Operating hours and sweeping programme<
>Usability of the roller brush: .. %<
>Day counter .. h .. min<
Extra with upgrade kits:
>Switch on beacon light<
>Switch on working light<
If you wish to permanently change the parameters, you must use a grey intelligent
key to make the settings. The procedure is
described in section "Grey intelligent key".
Grey Intelligent Key
With the grey intelligent key the authorisations for the yellow intelligent key are enabled.
Parameters that are adjusted with the grey
Intelligent Key, are kept until another setting is selected.
 Insert the grey intelligent key.
 Turn the programme selector switch to
"ON".
 Push the direction key "upwards" or
"downwards" until the >key manager<
menu appears.
Note: In this menu item the authorisations for the yellow intelligent key are
enabled.
 Confirm the message with the "OK"
key.
 Remove the grey intelligent key and
within the seconds being counted down
insert the yellow intelligent key that is to
be personalised.
 Push the direction keys "upwards" or
"downwards" and select menu items.
Available menu items are:
>Language selection<
18 languages are available in the language
selection, among others German, English,
French, Spanish, Greek and Russian.
>Device operation locked/enabled<
The yellow key (Intelligent Key) can be
locked for the operation of this machine
here.
>Sweeping track locked/enabled<
With a locked sweeping track the sweeping
programme ECO, MEDIUM or HEAVY is to
be set and cannot be changed by the operator. With an enabled sweeping track you
can change between the 3 sweeping programmes during operation.
>Dust level locked/enabled<
Adaption of the automatic filter cleaning
(TACT) to the environment.
>Light on/off<
The operator can switch on the light (optional).
>Light locked/enabled<
Continuous operation with light is activated
or locked.
>Flashing beacon locked/enabled<
The operator can choose whether he or
she wants to drive with or without the flashing beacon; when starting the device, the
flashing beacon is on automatically.
>Flashing beacon mode locked/enabled<
It can be selected whether the flashing
beacon is necessarily on (even if it has
been switched off by the operator) or not.
>Speed locked/enabled<
Without function
>Sweeping speed locked/enabled<
Without function
>Blower/pump locked/enabled<
Without function
>Enable delete day counter<
It can be selected whether the operator is
able to reset the day counter.
>Programming yes/no<
As the last menu item the >Programming< display with the seconds counted
down appears.
 To transfer the settings to the yellow intelligent key:
While the seconds are counted down,
select >YES< with the direction key "to
the right" and confirm with the "OK" key.
Note: Thereby the settings made are
transferred to the yellow intelligent key
and are enabled.
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Program selection switch
Note
The functions are only activated with the
main switch being switched on and the key
(Intelligent Key) inserted.
A OFF
Device is switched off
B ON
The appliance is now ready for operation.
C Drive the machine
Drive to the operating location; in order
to do so, push the accelerator pedal.
Note
Roller brush and side brushes are
raised and switched off.
D Sweeping with sweep roller
Roller brush is lowered.
E Sweeping with roller brush and right
side brush
Roller brush and right side brush are
lowered, the sickle brush (optional) is
ready for operation.
F Sweeping with roller brush and right
and left side brush
Roller brush and right side brush are
lowered, the sickle brush (optional) is
ready for operation.
Safety Devices
몇 WARNING
This appliance is equipped with a variety of
safety installations. The proper function of
every safety installation must be checked
prior to operation and must NOT be overridden!
Main switch
The main switch serves the immediate
shutdown of the electrical drives in case of
emergencies and may only be used for this
purpose.
Cover on the left
The left cover is equipped with a safety installation that switches off the running device when it is opened and issues a warning message on the display.
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Waste container (low emptying system)
Both waste containers are equipped with a
safety installation that switches off the running device when it is opened and issues a
warning message on the display.
Waste container (high emptying system)
The high emptying system is equipped with a
safety installation that blocks the sweeping
operation during the emptying procedure.
Button for two-hand operation
Appliances with a high emptying system
are equipped with a button for two-hand operation.
 For emptying the waste container, the
button must be pressed together with
the keys of the high emptying system.
Safety support waste container (high
emptying system)
During any work underneath the lifted
waste container, the lifting cylinder must be
secured by means of a safety support.
The safety support is attached to the crossbeam by means of 2 star screws for storage.
 Remove safety support, in order to do
this, unscrew 2 star screws.
 Insert safety support into the piston rod
for the lifting cylinder and secure it.
Note: The round notch must point upwards.
Parking brake
The appliance is equipped with an automatic parking brake that is integrated in the
front-wheel drive.
The parking brake takes effect as soon as
the device comes to a standstill and the accelerator pedal is released.
Before Startup
Remove the appliance cover
 The cover with the seat can be removed
for repair or maintenance work.
 Prior to removing the cover, disconnet
the electrical socket plug connection of
the seat contact switch.
Opening/closing cover on the left
ATTENTION
The left cover may only be opened when
the programme selector switch is in the
"OFF" position and the key (Intelligent Key)
is removed.
Opening the left cover during operation of
the device is prohibited.
 Grab the front of the cover on the recessed grip, unlock it towards the top
and swivel it to the side.
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Note: The cover is equipped with a safety
installation that switches off the drive when
it is opened and issues a warning message
on the display. If the cover is not properly
closed the device will not operate.
If a warning message is pending, it can be
reset as follows:
 Completely close the bonnet (locking in
place).
 Turn the programme selector switch to
"ON".
 Sit on the driver seat.
Unloading tips
 DANGER
Risk of personal injury or damage!
 Observe the weight of the appliance
when you load it!
 Do not use a forklift truck to unload the
machine as this may damage it.
ATTENTION
Charge the battery before commissioning
the machine.
Net weight (transport weight)
Weight (without driver, without attachment kits, without batteries) 305 kg
KM 105/100 R (low emptying sys- 405 kg
tem)
KM 105/110 R (high emptying
system)
Weight (without driver, without at490 kg
tachment kits, with batteries)
KM 105/100 R (low emptying sys- 590 kg
tem)
KM 105/110 R (high emptying
system)
* If upgrade kits are installed, the weight is
respectively higher.
 When loading the appliance a suitable
ramp must be used!
 If the machine is delivered on a pallet,
you must create an unloading ramp using the boards provided.
To unload the machine, proceed as follows:
 Cut plastic packing belt and remove foil.
 Remove the elastic tape fasteners at
the stop points.
 Connect battery (see section on Care
and maintenance)
 Four indicated floor boards of the pallet
are fastened with screws. Unscrew
these boards.
 Place the boards on the edge of the pallet. Place the boards in such a way that
they lie in front of the four wheels of the
machine. Fasten the boards with
screws.
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 Slide the four support beams included
in the packaging under the ramp.
 Remove the wooden blocks for locking
the wheels.
Push the sweeper off the pallet
(appliance without built-in battery)
 DANGER
Risk of accident, risk of injury!
 It is prohibited to release the emergency brake on an incline without using the
stopper.
 Before releasing the immobilizing
brake, the machine must be secured to
prevent it rolling away. If the device is
not secured, it will roll with a speed of
approx. 4.5 km/h after releasing the
parking brake until the electronics
brakes the device.
Release emergency brake:
 Remove the brake level from the wheel
and put it in its position.
The immobilizing brake is thus deactivated; the machine can now be moved.
 Slide the machine over the prepared
ramp from the pallet.
Drive the sweeper off the pallet
(appliance with built-in battery)
 Connect the battery, refer to Chapter
"Connecting and installing the battery".
 Main switch to position 1/ON and insert
key (Intelligent Key).
 Turn the programme selector switch to
position C (drive).
 Press the drive direction switch and
slowly move the machine down from
the ramp.
 Turn the programme selector switch to
position A (OFF).
Install side brush
Upon delivery the side brush is not installed, install side brush prior to commissioning.
 Refer to Chapter "Care and maintenance/replacing the side brush".
Notes regarding the battery
Safety notes regarding the batteries
Please observe the following warning notes
when handling batteries:
Observe the directions on the
battery, in the instructions for
use and in the vehicle operating
instructions!
Wear an eye shield!
Keep away children from acid
and batteries!
Risk of explosion!
Fire, sparks, open light, and
smoking not allowed!
Danger of causticization!
First aid!
Warning note!
Disposal!
Do not throw the battery in the
dustbin!
 Danger
Risk of explosion! Do not put tools or similar
on the battery, i.e. on the terminal poles
and cell connectors.
 Danger
Risk of injury! Ensure that wounds never
come into contact with lead. Always clean
your hands after having worked with batteries.
 Danger
Risk of fire and explosion!
– Smoking and naked flames are strictly
prohibited.
– Rooms where batteries are charged
must have good ventilation because
highly explosive gas is emitted during
charging.
– Batteries must not be stored outside.
 DANGER
Danger of causticization!
– Rinse thoroughly with lots of clear water
if acid gets into the eye or comes in contact with the skin.
– Then consult a doctor immediately.
– Wash off the acid If it comes in contact
with the clothes.
Check and correct the fluid level of the
battery (only for low-maintenance
batteries)
몇 Warning
Regularly check the fluid level in acid-filled
batteries.
– The acid in a fully charged battery has a
specific weight of 1.28 kg/l at a temperature of 20 °C.
– The acid in a partially discharged battery has a specific weight between 1.00
and 1.28 kg/l.
– The specific weight of the acid must be
uniform in all cells.
 Unscrew all cell caps.
 Take a sample from each cell using the
acid tester.
 Put the acid sample back into the same
cell.
 Where fluid level is too low, top up cells to
the mark provided with distilled water.
 Charge battery.
 Screw in cell caps.
Recommended batteries, chargers
We recommend the use of our batteries
and chargers; only then a claim under warranty exists.
NOTICE
With the KM 105/100(110) R Bp pack the
low-maintenance batteries and the charger
are already installed.
Use of batteries and chargers of other
manufacturers
ATTENTION
Only if you use the batteries and chargers
recommended by Kärcher, a claim under
warranty exists.
Note
When using batteries of other manufacturers, the maximum battery dimensions must
be observed.
Maximum battery dimensions (single
battery)
The appliance requires 4 single batteries
with 6 volt each.
The available space (LxWxH) in the device
is: 622 mm x 402 mm x 379 mm
Please follow these instructions if you are
using low-maintenance batteries:
– It is necessary to conform to the maximum battery dimensions.
– When charging low-maintenance batteries, the left cover must be opened.
– While charging maintenance-free batteries, follow the specifications of the
battery manufacturer.
Installing and connecting the batteries
 Open left cover.
 Remove the appliance cover.
 Insert batteries into the battery mount.
몇 Warning
Pay attention to correct poles.
 Connect pole terminal (red cable) to
positive pole (+).
 Screw the connection lines onto the
batteries.
 Connect pole terminal to negative pole
(-).
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NOTICE
When removing the battery, make sure that
the negative pole lead is disconnected first.
Check that the battery pole and pole terminals are adequately protected with pole
grease.
NOTICE
Charge the batteries before commissioning
the appliance.
Charging battery
 DANGER
Risk of injury!
 Comply with safety regulations on the
handling of batteries. Observe the directions provided by the manufacturer
of the charger.
 DANGER
Risk of injury!
 Only put the charger into operation if
the mains connection is free of damage.
A damaged mains connection must immediately be replaced by the manufacturer, the customer service or a qualified person.
 DANGER
Risk of injury!
 Charge the battery only with an appropriate charger.
NOTICE
The charger is controlled electronically and
completes the charging process automatically. All functions of the device are automatically interrupted during the charging
process.
NOTICE
When the batteries are charged, first remove the charger from the mains and then
disconnect it from the batteries.
(1) Charging process KM 105/100(110) R
Bp Pack
With the KM 105/100(110) R Bp pack the
low-maintenance batteries and the charger
are already installed.
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3
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1
1
2
3
4
Retainers for mains connection (folding)
Mains cable with mains plug
Connection for mains connection of the
charger
Batteries
 Open left cover.
 Fold in retainers and remove mains
connection.
 Insert the plug of the charger into the
socket.
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Note
The progress of the charging process is
shown via a bargraph (5 bars) on the display.
At the beginning of the charging process
5 lines can be seen briefly.
Little by little the 5 bars are filled (depending on the charging state of the battery at
the beginning of the charging process,
more slowly or faster). When the last bar is
filled, the battery is charged.
(2) Charging process KM 105/100(110)
R Bp
 Open left cover.
 Separate the battery plug and connect
the charger cable.
 Plug in mains connector and switch on
charger, if necessary.
With low-maintenance batteries
 Add distilled water after the charging
process has been completed; observe
the correct acid level. There are corresponding indicators on the battery.
 DANGER
Danger of causticization!
 Adding water to the battery in its discharged state can cause the acid to leak.
 Wear protective glasses and protective
clothing when handling battery acid.
Observe the regulations concerning the
handling of batteries!
몇 WARNING
Risk of damage!
 Use only distilled or desalinated water
(EN 50272-T3) for filling the battery.
 Do not add any substances (so-called
performance improving agents), else
warranty claims will not be entertained.
Information concerning accidents with a
risk of chemical burns
 Rinse thoroughly with lots of clear water
if acid gets into the eye or comes in contact with the skin.
 Then consult a doctor immediately.
 Change clothing.
 Wash off the acid If it comes in contact
with the clothes.
After charging
 Unplug the charger from the mains.
 For devices with built-in charger:
Store the mains connection away in the
retainer and clip in the mains plug.
 If the device does not have a built-in
charger: Pull the mains plug off the
charger, reconnect the battery plug.
 During a standstill of the machine:
Check the drive pedal for ease of movement in order to guarantee functional
reliability or timely detect a jamming of
the pedal.
 Empty waste container.
 Check tyre pressure.
 Check battery acid level.
 With appliances with high emptying
system: Check filling level at the hydraulic unit.
Operation
Adjusting driver's seat
 Pull seat adjustment lever inwards.
 Slide seat, release lever and lock in
place.
 Check that the seat is properly locked in
position by attempting to move it backwards and forwards.
Storage area
Note: The max. load of the storage area is
20 kg.
 Ensure safe fastening of the cargo.
Starting up the appliance
Preconditions for the functioning operation
of the appliance are:
– The intelligent key (grey or yellow) with
the authorisation for the operation of the
appliance must be inserted in the key
slot of the control panel.
– The main switch must be in position 1.
– The programme selector switch may
not be in the "OFF" position.
– Waste container and left cover must be
closed and locked in place.
Drive the machine
몇 CAUTION
Risk of damage!
 Always press the accelerator pedal
carefully and slowly. Do not jerkily
change from reverse to forward drive or
vice versa.
 The travel speed must be adapted to
the existing conditions.
Start up
Prior to start/safety test
To be performed by the operator on a
daily basis!
The description of the checks and work below can be found in Chapter "Care and
maintenance/maintenance work".
 Check safety function of the left cover
(device must not start while the cover is
open).
 Check function of seat contact switch.
 Check the roller brush and the side
brush for wear, foreign bodies and
wrapped belts
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1 Drive pedal
2 Driving direction switch
Drive forward
 Set the travel direction to forward using
the travel direction switch at the control
panel.
 Press accelerator pedal down slowly.
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Reverse drive
 DANGER
Risk of injury!
 When reversing, there must not be any
risk for third parties, have somebody
marshal the driver if necessary.
 Set the travel direction to reverse using
the travel direction switch at the control
panel.
 Press accelerator pedal down slowly.
Driving method
 The accelerator pedal can be used to
vary the driving speed infinitely.
 Avoid operating the pedal fitfully.
Brakes
 Release the accelerator pedal, the machine brakes automatically and stops.
Note: Should the device not come to a
stop, push the main switch to the "0" position for an "Emergency stop".
Driving over obstacles
ATTENTION
Objects or loose obstacles may not be run
over or pushed.
 Stationary obstacles of a height of up to
6 cm can be slowly and carefully driven
over (only when the coarse dirt flap is
opened).
 Drive over stationary obstacles higher
than 6 cm (2 1/3 inch) only when using a
suitable ramp.
Sweeping mode
 DANGER
Risk of injury! If the bulk waste flap is open,
stones or gravel may be flung forwards by
the roller brush. Make sure that this does
not endanger persons, animals or objects.
CAUTION
Do not sweep up packing strips, wire or
similar objects as this may damage the
sweeping mechanism.
Information on the sweeping operation
– Adjust the driving speed to the conditions in order to achieve an optimal
cleaning result.
– Empty the waste container at regular intervals during the sweeping operation.
Note: If mainly gravel was swept up
(high weight of the waste), empty the
waste container sooner.
With appliances with low emptying
system: There is a marking for the
maximum filling level for gravel on the
waste container. The marking becomes
visible when the waste container is removed.
– Lower the roller brush while cleaning
surfaces.
– Preferably perform the cleaning of side
edges with the right side brush.
– The sickle brush (optional) is only lowered during left cornering.
Sweeping with sweep roller
For cleaning with the roller brush 3 different
sweeping programmes are available, they
are shown by 2 arrows on the display.
1 Sweeping programme "ECO"
2 Sweeping programme "MEDIUM"
3 Sweeping programme "HEAVY"
4 Indicator (2 arrows)
Note: By default the sweeping programme
"ECO" is activated during start-up.
If another sweeping programme is required, proceed as follows (a precondition
is that an intelligent key with the enabled
authorisation is inserted in the control panel).
Selecting a sweeping programme
(Programme selector switch in position D,
E, F)
 Stop the machine.
 Push the direction key "to the right" in
order to select the desired sweeping
programme.
Note: The indicator (2 arrows) on the
display points to the selected sweeping
programme.
Sweeping with bulk waste flap raised
Note: To sweep up larger items up to a
height of 50 mm, e.g. cigarette packs, the
bulk waste flap must be raised briefly.
Raising bulk waste flap:
 Push the coarse dirt flap pedal towards
the front and hold it there briefly.
Sweeping damp or wet floors
To protect the filter from moisture:
 Switch the suction blower off using the
button on the control panel.
Note: The indicator lamp is illuminated.
Sweep in fibrous and dry waste (such as
dry grass, hay)
To avoid clogging of the filter system:
 Switch the suction blower off using the
button on the control panel.
Sweeping dry floors
 Work with suction blower switched on.
Note: The suction blower is activated
by default when switching on a sweeping programme.
Filter dedusting
The appliance is equipped with an automatic filter cleaning system.
The cleaning takes place automatically approx. every 15 seconds. In the process a
short blow-off sound can be heard.
 Check the installed dust filter for contamination every once in a while. Replace a heavily contaminated or defective filter.
Emptying waste container
Note: After parking the appliance, wait at
least 1 minute before opening or emptying
the waste container. This way the dust can
settle.
With appliances with low emptying
system
 Park the sweeper on an even surface.
 Turn the program selection switch to
"OFF".
 Slightly lift the waste container and
swivel it downwards to the rear, then
unhinge the waste container.
 To lower it, take foot off pedal.
Note: An optimum cleaning result can
only be achieved if the bulk waste flap
has been lowered completely.
Sweeping with side brushes
 Turn the programme selector switch to
the E or F position. The side brushes
and roller brush are lowered.
 Empty waste container.
 Slide the waste container in and lock it
in place, check for proper seating of the
waste container
Caution
Risk of crushing hands!
 Empty the second waste container.
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With appliances with high emptying
system
The high emptying system of the appliance
allows the direct disposal of the waste in
the waste container into a refuse container
(for maximum unloading height see Chapter "Technical data").
 Danger
Risk of injury! When emptying the waste
container, care should be taken to ensure
that no persons or animals are within its
swivelling range.
 Danger
Danger of crushing. Never reach into the
rod assembly for the drainage mechanism.
Stay away from the area under the raised
container.
 Danger
Danger of tipping. Place the machine on an
even surface during emptying.
 Turn the programme selector switch to
position C (drive).
 Roughly position the appliance.
NOTICE
The container can only be tilted and emptied once a set minimum level has been
reached.
NOTICE
The following steps can only be performed
in the two-hand operation. Push the twohand operation button on the left cover together with the corresponding direction
keys 1 to 4 on the control panel.
 Raise waste container: Push the twohand operation button and direction key
1.
Note: Function reacts with a delay.
몇 CAUTION
Do not switch into the sweeping mode
(programme selector switch in D, E, F position) while the waste container is raised.
 Slowly drive towards the collection container.
 Tipping the waste container outwards:
Push the two-hand operation button
and direction key 2.
Note: Function reacts with a delay.
 Completely tip the waste container inwards: Push the two-hand operation
button and direction key 3.
Note: Function reacts with a delay.
 Drive away the collection container
slowly.
 Lower the waste container to the endposition: Push the two-hand operation
button and direction key 4.
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Note: Function reacts with a delay.
Note: The waste container can only be
completely lowered after it has been
tipped inwards into its initial position.
Charging battery upon display
message
 If the message >Charge battery!< appears on the display during cleaning
work, the machine can only be driven
for approx. 15 more minutes to protect
the battery against total discharge.
It is highly recommended to drive to the
charging station and to charge the battery.
 If this message is ignored, the message
>BAT switch off!< will eventually appear on the display. Driving the machine is no longer possible now.
Turn off the appliance
Note: After switching off the appliance, the
dust filter is automatically dedusted.
 Park the sweeper on an even surface.
 Turn the program selection switch to
"OFF".
 Remove the key.
Transport
 DANGER
Risk of personal injury or damage!
 Mind the weight of the appliance during
transport.
 DANGER
Risk of accident, risk of injury!
 When loading the device, the drive and
the parking brake must be operational.
The appliance must always be moved
up or down slopes by engaging selfpropulsion.
 Secure the wheels of the machine with
wheel chocks.
 Secure the machine with tensioning
straps or cables.
Note: Observe markings for fixing
points on the base frame (chain symbols). Only unload the appliance on level grounds.
Storage
몇 CAUTION
Risk of personal injury or damage!
 Consider the weight of the appliance
when storing it.
 Park the machine in a safe and dry
place.
Shutdown
If the sweeper is going to be out of service
for a longer time period, observe the following points:
 Park the machine on an even surface.
 Clean the inside and outside of the
sweeper.
 Park the machine in a safe and dry
place.
 Turn the program selection switch to
"OFF".
 Remove key (intelligent key).
 Main switch to position 0.
 Disconnect the negative terminal of the
battery if the appliances is not used for
more than 4 weeks.
 Charge battery approx. every 2 months.
Maintenance and care
General notes
 DANGER
Prior to cleaning and maintaining the appliance, the replacement of parts, or the
change to another function, the appliance
must be switched off and the key (intelligent key) pulled out.
Always disconnect the battery when working on the electrics.
 Turn the program selection switch to
"OFF".
 Remove key (intelligent key).
– Maintenance work may only be carried
out by approved customer service outlets or experts in this field who are familiar with the respective safety regulations.
– Mobile appliances used for commercial
purposes are subject to safety inspections according to VDE 0701.
– Use only roller brushes/ side-brushes
that are provided with the appliance or
specified in the Operations Manual.
The use of other roller brushes/ sidebrushes can affect the safety of the appliance.
– The battery installed in the device is
low-maintenance.
Cleaning
 When transporting in vehicles, secure
the appliance according to the guidelines from slipping and tipping over.
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몇 CAUTION
Risk of damage! Do not clean the appliance
with a water hose or high-pressure water
jet (danger of short circuits or other damage).
Do not use aggressive and abrasive detergents.
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Cleaning the inside of the machine
 Danger
Risk of injury! Wear dust mask and protective goggles.
 Open left cover.
 Blow through machine with compressed air.
 Clean the machine with a damp cloth
which has been soaked in mild detergent.
 Close left cover.
External cleaning of the appliance
 Clean the machine with a damp cloth
which has been soaked in mild detergent.
Maintenance intervals
Observe the inspection checklist!
The service hour counter indicates the time
of the maintenance intervals.
 Turn the programme selector switch to
"ON".
 Read the service hours: Push the direction keys "upwards" or "downwards".
Note: If the value reaches "0", a service
message with the phone number of the
local service branch is displayed when
the appliance is switched on.
Maintenance by the customer
Note: Where maintenance is carried out by
the customer, all service and maintenance
work must be undertaken by a qualified
specialist. If required, a specialised Kärcher dealer may be contacted at any time.
Note: For description, see section on Maintenance work.
Daily maintenance:
 See chapter "Prior to start/safety test".
Weekly maintenance:
 Check dust filter and clean filter box, if
required.
 Check moving parts for freedom of
movement.
 Check the sealing strips in the sweeping area for position and wear.
 With appliances with high emptying
system: Check filling level at the hydraulic unit.
Check hydraulic lines for leaks.
Maintenance to be carried out every 200
operating hours
 Check the drive belt of the roller brush
for tension, wear and function.
Maintenance following wear:
 Replace sealing strips.
 Replace roller brush.
 Replace side brush.
Maintenance by Customer Service
Note: In order to safeguard warranty
claims, all service and maintenance work
during the warranty period must be carried
out by the authorised Kärcher Customer
Service in accordance with the maintenance booklet.
Maintenance to be carried out every 200
operating hours
Maintenance to be carried out every 300
operating hours
Maintenance Works
General notes on safety
 Danger
Risk of injury! While working around the lift/
tilt emptying mechanism, raise the waste
container to its highest point and secure.
 Insert safety support into the piston rod
for the lifting cylinder and secure it.
 DANGER
Risk of burns!
Allow the machine sufficient time to cool
down before carrying out any maintenance
and repair work.
Preparation
 Park the sweeper on an even surface.
 Turn the program selection switch to
"OFF".
 Remove key (intelligent key).
 Allow device to cool down sufficiently.
Check the tyre pressure
 Park the sweeper on an even surface.
 Connect air pressure testing device to
tyre valve.
 Check air pressure and adjust if required.
For permissible tyre inflation pressure
see Chapter "Technical specifications".
Remove rear wheel
 Park the machine on an even surface.
 Check stability of ground. Lock the appliance to ensure that it does not roll off.
 Place the jack at the relevant position
point.
NOTICE
Use a suitable commercially available vehicle jack.
 Loosen the central wheel bolt by approx. 1 rotation using a suitable tool.
 Raise machine using vehicle jack.
 Unscrew and remove the wheel bolt.
 Remove wheel.
 Have a defective wheel repaired or replaced in a specialist workshop.
 Fit the wheel and screw the wheel bolt
all the way in and tighten it lightly.
 Lower machine using vehicle jack.
 Tighten the wheel bolt with the required
torque.
Tightening torque 49 Nm
Dismantling the drive
 Contact the customer service for the removal of the drive.
Check the function of the seat contact
switch
 Do not sit down on the driver seat.
 Turn the programme selector switch to
position C (drive).
 If the message >Please sit down on
the machine< appears on the display,
the safety function is given.
Checking hydraulic oil level at the
hydraulic unit
(only with devices with high emptying system)
CAUTION
This inspection may only be carried out
when the machine has cooled down.
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1
1 Hydraulic unit
2 Filler neck
Checking the sweeping mirror of the
side-brushes
Note: The side brush floating mounting adjusts the sweeping track as the bristles
wear down. The side brush must be replaced if it becomes too worn.
Replacing side brush
Recommendation: Replacing the side
brush at a remaining bristle length of approx. 10 cm.
 Park the machine on an even surface.
 Turn the programme selector switch to
"OFF" and remove the key (intelligent key).
Note: The side brush is raised.
 Unscrew all 3 star grip nuts at the bottom of the side brush by hand. For this
purpose reach through the bristles of
the side brush.
 Remove the wiper blade.
 Clip new side brushes on to driver and
screw on.
Checking roller brush
 Park the sweeper on an even surface.
 With appliance with low emptying system:
Turn the programme selector switch to
"OFF" and remove the key (intelligent
key).
Remove both waste containers.
 With appliance with high emptying system:
Turn the programme selector switch to
position C (drive).
Lift the waste container and secure by
means of cylinder support.
Turn the programme selector switch to
"OFF" and remove the key (intelligent
key).
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 Remove belts or cords from roller
brush.
Check the sweeping mirror of the
sweeping roller
The sweeping track of the roller brush is automatically adjusted by a system called
TEACH.
The condition of the roller brush can be
shown on the display.
 Turn the programme selector switch to
"ON".
 Push the direction key "upwards" or
"downwards" until the display > usability of the roller brush: ..%< appears.
Note: If the roller brush is heavily worn, the
indication >Usability of the roller brush
<20%< appears on the display.
Now, at the latest, the roller brush should
be replaced.
Replacing the roller brush halves
The replacement is required if the sweeping result visibly decreases due to the wear
of the bristles or the indication >Usability
of the roller brush <20%< appears on the
display.
Each roller brush half is attached to the
shaft by means of 2 screws. Both halves
are identical, which facilitates the installation.
 Park the machine on an even surface.
With appliance with low emptying system:
 Turn the programme selector switch to
"OFF" and remove the key (intelligent
key).
 Remove both waste containers.
Note: For the removal of the roller
brush dismount the centre bar first.
 Loosen the screw and remove the centre bar.
With appliance with high emptying system:
 Turn the programme selector switch to
position C (drive).
 Lift the waste container and secure by
means of cylinder support.
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 Turn the programme selector switch to
"OFF" and remove the key (intelligent
key).
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2
Screws
Roller brush
 Unscrew both screws by hand and pull
the roller brush half from the shaft.
 Insert new roller brush halves and tighten the screws (pay attention to the
marking "L" = left and "R" = right).
 Turn the roller brush by 180 °, loosen
and remove the screws from the second roller brush half.
 Insert new roller brush half and tighten
the screws.
 Then ensure that the roller brushes are
safely locked in place.
With appliance with low emptying system:
 Reattach the centre bar, ensure proper
seating of the gaskets!
Adjusting and replacing sealing strips
 Park the machine on an even surface.
 Turn the programme selector switch to
"OFF" and remove the key (intelligent
key).
Side brush and roller brush are raised.
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4
2
3
1
 Front sealing strip
Adjusting the sealing strip:
 Loosen the nuts by approx. 2 rotations,
do not completely unscrew them.
 Set the distance between the sealing
strip and the floor so that the bottom
edge trails behind at a distance of between 80-85 mm.
 Tighten nuts.
If worn, replace.
 For replacing the sealing strips unscrew
the nuts completley, insert new sealing
strip, fit retaining plate, adjust sealing
strips and screw down retaining plate.
 Rear sealing strip
Adjusting the sealing strip:
 Loosen screws by approx. 2 rotations,
do not completely unscrew them.
 Set the distance between the sealing
strip and the floor so that it tilts towards
the front with an overtravel of 15 20 mm.
 Tighten the screws.
If worn, replace.
 For replacing the sealing strips unscrew
the screws completley, insert new sealing strip, fit retaining plate, adjust sealing strips and screw down retaining
plate.
 Side sealing strips
Adjusting the sealing strip:
 Loosen screws by approx. 2 rotations,
do not completely unscrew them.
 To set the floor clearance, insert a
sheet with a thickness of between 1 and
3 mm under the sealing strip.
 Adjust sealing strip.
 Tighten the screws.
If worn, replace.
 For replacing the sealing strips unscrew
the screws completley, insert new sealing strip, fit retaining plate, adjust sealing strips and screw down retaining
plate.
Check/replace dust filter
몇 WARNING
Wear a dust mask when working around
the dust filter. Observe safety regulations
on the handling of fine particles.
Note: Wait at least 1 minute before removing the dust filter so that the dust can settle.
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15-20 mm
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2
3
4
5
6
16
Front sealing strip
Nut
Retaining plate front
Rear sealing strip
Screw
Forward travel direction
80-85 mm
1
2
3
4
Lid with cleaning device
Screw
Support
Dust filter (flat-fold filter)
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 Loosen screws.
 Fold the lid up and secure it by means
of the support.
 Take out the dust filter.
 Check dust filter.
 Insert cleaned or new dust filter.
 Place support into retainer.
 Close the lid.
 Screw in the screws and tighten them.
Check suction blower
 Have the suction blower checked for
leaks.
Check by customer service
Checking drive belt of roller brush
 Check the drive belt of the roller brush
for tension, wear and function.
Check by customer service
Replacing fuses
 Replace defective fuse.
F1
F2
Control CPU
Main fuse
Pole fuse
F70 Charger
5A
175 A
40 A
Pole fuse
2
1
3
1 Pole fuse
2 Jumper
3 Nut
Note:A defective pole fuse may only be replaced by a Kärcher service technician or
an authorised expert. If this fuse is defective, check the usage conditions and the
entire control system.
Troubleshooting
Failure
Appliance cannot be started
Correction
Turn the programme selector switch to position C (drive).
Sit on the driver seat, the seat contact switch gets activated.
Set main switch to “I/ON”.
Insert approved key (intelligent key)
Plug in battery plug (KM 105/100 R Bp; KM 105/110 R Bp)
Close left cover.
Properly insert the waste container (low emptying system) or completely tip it inwards and
lower it (high emptying system)
Check the charging state of the battery on the display (appears upon switching on the device).
Charge the battery if required.
Inform Kärcher Customer Service.
Machine is not sweeping properly
Select sweeping programme, in order to do so, turn the programme selector switch to position D, E or F
Increase roller brush contact pressure; in order to do so, select sweeping programme
"MEDIUM" or "HEAVY" on the control panel.
Check roller brush and side brushes for wear, replace if necessary.
Check function of bulk waste flap
Check sealing strips for wear, adjust or replace as required
Check the roller brush halves for proper seating
Inform Kärcher Customer Service.
Dust gathers in the machine
Empty waste container
Insufficient vacuum performance
Switch on suction blower
Check dust filter, clean or replace
Check filter case seal
Check the function of the automatic filter cleaning device (see malfunction point "repeated
blowout bang audible"
Check the gaskets on the waste container
Check sealing strips for wear, adjust or replace as required
Inform Kärcher Customer Service.
Side brush or roller brush switch-on operation Inform Kärcher Customer Service.
is not working
Roller brush does not turn.
Select sweeping programme, in order to do so, turn the programme selector switch to poSide brush does not turn
sition D, E or F
Check the roller brush and side brushes for wrapped belts.
Inform Kärcher Customer Service.
(High emptying system) waste container does Turn the programme selector switch to position C (drive).
not retract/extend
Push and hold down the two-hand operation button on the left cover and the direction
Waste container cannot be tilted
keys on the control panel.
Note: Function reacts with a delay.
Inform Kärcher Customer Service.
A short blow-off sound can be heard.
The appliance is OK, the automatic filter cleaning system is working
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Troubleshooting by the operator with plain text messages on the display
Note:
If the display messages shown remain despite the corrective measures described, contact service!
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2
Display
Invalid KiK!
Operation locked
Valid KiK but no
operation rights
Meaning and consequence
The identification of the inserted key is unknown.
– The appliance operation is prevented
The Kärcher key is known, however, not approved for
this appliance.
– The appliance operation is prevented
The function of the two-hand operation button is
checked for its safety function when the appliance is
switched on.
– When the two-hand operation button is pushed, the
operation is prevented during start-up
The two-hand operation button (high emptying system)
was pushed in a sweeping programme.
– High emptying is prevented in the sweeping programme for safety reasons.
Corrective measures
 Use approved Kärcher key!
 Use approved Kärcher key!
 Programme the key with the Supervisor Intelligent Key.
 Release the two-hand operation button.
 Confirm the message with the OK key (delete).
3
High dump tracer
stuck! Check it!
4
 Release the two-hand operation button.
 Turn the programme selector switch to position
C (drive).
 Press the two-hand operation button and keep it
down.
 Operate the high emptying system by means of
the direction keys.
Sit on machine
Appears when a sweeping or transport programme is  Sit on the driver's seat.
Note: The selected sweeping / transport operafor operation!
selected upon starting up the machine and no operator
tion starts fully automated.
is sitting on the seat.
Note: This procedure simultaneously serves the
– All unit functions are prevented
inspection of the safety function of the seat
switch!
Dirt pan open!
Is displayed (low emptying system) as soon as a trans-  Lock all waste containers in place.
port or sweeping programme has been selected and at  Turn the programme selector switch to "ON".
Note: The message disappears. The appliance
least one waste container is removed.
is ready for operation.
– All unit functions are prevented
 Turn the programme selector switch to position
Dirt pan open?
Is displayed (high emptying system) as soon as a
C (drive).
sweeping programme has been selected and the waste
 Press the two-hand operation button and keep it
container is not fully retracted and tipped inwards.
down.
– All sweeping functions are prevented.
 If necessary, tip the waste container inwards
and then lower it by means of the direction keys.
Note: In case of an attempt to completely lower a con-  Release the two-hand operation button and the
direction keys.
tainer that is tipped outwards, a collision monitoring system prevents the high emptying system from being dam-  Press the two-hand operation button and keep it
down.
aged
 Completely tip the container inwards by means
of the direction keys before lowering it.
Note: In case of an attempt to tip a retracted container  Release the two-hand operation button and the
outwards, a collision monitoring system prevents the
direction keys.
high emptying system from being damaged
 Press the two-hand operation button and keep it
down.
 Sufficiently raise the container by means of the
direction keys before it can be tipped outwards.
Brushpos. not ok
Is displayed when the roller brush cannot move to the  Confirm the message with the OK key (delete).
 Turn the programme selector switch to position
factory-set end position.
C (drive).
– The appliance is ready for operation, however, the
 Change to the desired sweeping programme
sweeping result may be dissatisfying
again.
RBroompos.not ok Is displayed when the right side brush cannot move to  Confirm the message with the OK key (delete).
 Turn the programme selector switch to position
the factory-set end position.
C (drive).
– The appliance is ready for operation, however, the
sweeping result may be dissatisfying or the right side  Change to the desired sweeping programme
again.
brush may not be raised
LBroompos.not ok Is displayed when the optionally available left side brush  Confirm the message with the OK key (delete).
 Turn the programme selector switch to position
cannot move to the factory-set end position.
C (drive).
– The appliance is ready for operation, however, the
 Change to the desired sweeping programme
sweeping result may be dissatisfying or the left side
again.
brush may not be raised
5
7
8
9
10
11
18
Locked HD-tracer
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Display
SBroompos.not ok
13
Seat switch open
14
Usable sweeping
brush <25%
15
MF-module not
ready to use x
16
Motorhood open!
18
Charge battery!
19
BAT shut-down
20
MF-mod. requests
firmware update!
22
Call service!
+xx-xxxx-xx-xxxx
23
Red 0/1 switch=0
Operation locked
24
Easy oper.switch
must be OFF next
Meaning and consequence
Is displayed when the optionally available sickle brush
cannot move to the factory-set end position.
– The appliance is ready for operation, however, the
sweeping result may be dissatisfying or the sickle brush
may not be raised
Appears if the seat is left for more than 1.5 seconds in
drive mode.
– Device switches off, all brushes and the roller brush
that are lowered to the ground are raised automatically
Appears if the roller brush has reached its wear limit.
– The appliance is ready for operation, however, the
sweeping result may be dissatisfying
Appears if the control panel has no connection to the
machine control.
– The operation of the appliance is disabled
Appears if the left side cover is not properly locked in
place.
– The operation of the appliance is disabled
Corrective measures
 Confirm the message with the OK key (delete).
 Turn the programme selector switch to position
C (drive).
 Change to the desired sweeping programme
again.
 Sit on the driver's seat.
Note: The selected sweeping / transport operation starts fully automated.
 Replace the roller brush as soon as possible to
achieve a good sweeping result.
 Perform a programme selector switch reset
(OFF position).
 Completely close the left cover and lock in
place.
 Turn the programme selector switch to "ON".
Note: The message disappears. The appliance
is ready for operation.
Appears if the battery voltage is low.
Note: The message can no longer be confirmed.
– All sweeping functions are switched off, the appliance  Charge battery.
is still running
Appears if the battery is empty.
 Charge battery.
– The operation of the device is prevented for the protection of the battery, device can no longer be driven.
Appears if the machine control has detected a safety-  Call service!
critical error during the self test.
– The operation of the appliance is disabled
The inspection interval has lapsed. This message ap-  Confirm the message with the OK key (delete).
 Contact your local service for inspection under
pears upon every start-up of the appliance.
the displayed phone number.
– The appliance remains fully operational
The message appears both during operation and start-  Set main switch to “I/ON”.
up of the appliance if the red main switch is in the "0" position.
– The appliance operation is prevented
This message appears in connection with message 23.  For safety reasons the start-up of the appliance
requires the switching-off of the programme selector switch (OFF position)!
Troubleshooting with coded error message on the display
Note:
A coded error message is always displayed in the upper display line and has the following formats:
X yyy
Identification letter X followed by up to 3 digits yyy
e.g.
There is a system error that completely or partly disables the appliance function.
S 110
There is an error in the machine control. Individual or several appliance functions are disabled.
e.g.
P3
C 41
H2
If a coded error occurs, try resetting the programme selector switch first.
In order to do so, turn the programme selector switch in the "OFF" position. Wait for at least 5 seconds before restarting the appliance.
If the error is still pending, contact service. The indication of the error code may be helpful for the service!
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Specifications
Machine data
Length x width x height
Net weight (transport weight)
KM 105/100 R (low emptying system)
KM 105/110 R (high emptying system)
Permissible overall weight
KM 105/100 R (low emptying system)
KM 105/110 R (high emptying system)
Driving speed
Cleaning speed
Usage duration with battery fully charged
Climbing capability (max.)
Turning radius
Roller brush diameter
Roller brush width
Side brush diameter
Surface cleaning performance without side
brushes
Surface cleaning performance with 1 side
brushes
Surface cleaning performance with 2 side
brushes
Working width without side brushes
Working width with 1 side brushes
Volume of waste container
KM 105/100 R (low emptying system)
KM 105/110 R (high emptying system)
Maximum unloading height (high emptying
system)
Protection type, drip-proof
Motors
– Drive motor
Type
Type
Voltage
Rated power (mechanical)
Type of protection
Speed
– Blower motor
Type
Voltage
Rated power (mechanical)
Type of protection
Speed
– Roller brush motor
Type
Voltage
Rated power (mechanical)
Type of protection
Speed
– Side brush motor
Type
Type
Voltage
Rated power (mechanical)
Type of protection
Speed
20
KM 105/100 R Bp
KM 105/110 R Bp
KM 105/100 R Bp Pack
KM 105/110 R Bp Pack
kg
kg
1800 x 1250 x 1450
Weight (without batteries)
305
405
1800 x 1250 x 1450
Weight (with batteries)
490
590
kg
kg
km/h
km/h
h
%
m
mm
mm
mm
m2/h
725
825
6
4
ca. 2,5
12
2,70
400
640
600
3840
725
825
6
4
ca. 2,5
12
2,70
400
640
600
3840
m2/h
6300
6300
m2/h
8700
8700
mm
mm
640
1050
640
1050
l (kg)
l (kg)
mm
2 x 35 (2 x 50)
80 (110)
1550
2 x 35 (2 x 50)
80 (110)
1550
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IPX 3
IPX 3
--V
W
-1/min
DC permanent solenoid motor for
front and reverse drive
Wheel hub motor in front wheel
24
750
IP 44
Phaseless
DC permanent solenoid motor for
front and reverse drive
Wheel hub motor in front wheel
24
750
IP 44
Phaseless
-V
W
-1/min
DC permanent solenoid motor
24
200
IP 20
3500
DC permanent solenoid motor
24
200
IP 20
3500
-V
W
-1/min
DC permanent solenoid motor
24
750
IP 20
500 (at the roller brush)
DC permanent solenoid motor
24
750
IP 20
500 (at the roller brush)
--V
W
-1/min
DC permanent solenoid motor
Drive motor (angular drive)
24
240
IP 44
65
DC permanent solenoid motor
Drive motor (angular drive)
24
240
IP 44
65
mm
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Battery
Type
Capacity
Charging time for fully discharged battery
Operating time after frequent charging
Charger
Mains voltage
Output voltage
Output current
Fuses
Main fuse
Control CPU
Charger
Tyres
Size, rear
Air pressure, rear
Brake
Service brake
Parking brake
Filter and vacuum system
Filter system
Category of use – filter for non-hazardous
dust
Nominal vacuum, suction system
Nominal volume flow, suction system
Working conditions
Temperature
Air humidity, non-condensing
Values determined as per EN 60335-2-72
Noise emission
Sound pressure level LpA
Uncertainty KpA
Sound power level LWA + Uncertainty KWA
Machine vibrations
Hand-arm vibration value
Seat
Uncertainty K
KM 105/100 R Bp
KM 105/110 R Bp
KM 105/100 R Bp Pack
KM 105/110 R Bp Pack
-Ah
h
h
-----
24V 4 PzS 240 I
240
10...15
ca. 2,5
V~
V
A
----
230
24
30
A
A
A
175
5
--
175
5
40
-bar
4.00-8 8PR
6,0
4.00-8 8PR
6,0
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electronic
electronic
Disc brake, operated electrically (with Disc brake, operated electrically (with
spring)
spring)
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TACT
M
TACT
M
mbar
l/s
6
92
6
92
°C
%
0...+ 40
0 - 90
0...+ 40
0 - 90
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
64
3
83
64
3
83
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
< 2,5
0,4
0,2
< 2,5
0,4
0,2
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EC Declaration of Conformity
We hereby declare that the machine described below complies with the relevant
basic safety and health requirements of the
EU Directives, both in its basic design and
construction as well as in the version put
into circulation by us. This declaration shall
cease to be valid if the machine is modified
without our prior approval.
Product:
Vacuum sweeper
Type:
1.280-120.2
Relevant EU Directives
2006/42/EC (+2009/127/EC)
2004/108/EC
2000/14/EC
Applied harmonized standards
EN 55012: 2007 + A1: 2009
EN 60335–1
EN 60335-2-29
EN 60335–2–72
EN 61000–3–2: 2006+A1: 2009+A2: 2009
EN 61000–3–3: 2008
EN 61000–6–2: 2005
EN 62233: 2008
Applied conformity evaluation method
2000/14/EC: Appendix V
Sound power level dB(A)
Measured:
Guaranteed: 83
Accessories
Side brushes, standard 6.966-063.0
For cleaning of indoor and outdoor areas.
Hard side-brushes
6.906-705.0
For removing stubborn dirt in the external
area; resistant to moisture.
Side-brushes, soft
6.966-065.0
Especially for sweeping fine dust on even
floors.
Roller brush, standard 4.762-529.0
Resistant of wear and moisture. Universal
bristles for inside and outside cleaning.
Roller-brush, soft
4.762-523.0
With natural bristles especially for fine
dust sweeping on smooth indoor floors.
Not resistant to wetness; not for abrasive
surfaces.
Roller-brush, hard
4.762-524.0
For removing stubborn dirt in the external
area; resistant to moisture.
Flat-fold filter (dust fil- 6.907-352.0
ter)
Set holder brush
homebase
4.035-523.0
Set coarse dirt pliers
homebase
4.035-524.0
The undersigned act on behalf and under
the power of attorney of the company management.
CEO
Head of Approbation
Authorised Documentation Representative
S. Reiser
Alfred Kärcher GmbH Co. KG
Alfred-Kärcher-Str. 28 - 40
71364 Winnenden (Germany)
Phone: +49 7195 14-0
Fax: +49 7195 14-2212
Winnenden, 2013/10/01
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