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4131584-CN-Rev B

Dealer Manual

零售商手册

Greens King 500A Series

InCommand

63281 – 18” 11 Blade Reel / 18 英寸 11 刀片滚刀

63287 – 18” 15 Blade Reel / 18 英寸 15 刀片滚刀

63282 – 22” 11 Blade Reel / 22 英寸 11 刀片滚刀

63288 – 22” 15 Blade Reel / 22 英寸 15 刀片滚刀

63285 – 26” 7 Blade Reel, Tee & Collar / 26 英寸 7 刀片滚刀 (发球台和果岭环)

WARNING

WARNING: If incorrectly used this machine can cause severe injury. Those who use and maintain this machine should be trained in its proper use, warned of its dangers and should read the entire manual before attempting to set up, operate, adjust or service the machine.

警告

警告:如果不当使用本剪草机可能导致严重伤害。使用和维护

本剪草机的人员应当经过培训,了解如何正确使用本机,了解

危险警告,且尝试设置、调节或维修本机前,应当通读本手

册。

CN

China

When Performance Matters.

CONTENTS

1 CONTENTS

1 SAFETY

1.1How to Operate Safely ............................................. 3

1.2 Important Safety Notes ........................................ 6

2 CONTROLS

2.1 Icons .................................................................... 7

2.2 Controls ............................................................... 7

3 SET UP

3.1 General ................................................................ 9

3.2 Initial inspection ................................................... 9

3.3 operating checks ................................................. 9

3.4 Operator Presence Control ................................ 10

4 ADJUSTMENTS

4.1 General.............................................................. 11

4.2 Reel-To-Bedknife ............................................... 11

4.3 Bedknife ............................................................. 12

4.4 Brake ................................................................. 12

4.5 Cutting Height .................................................... 13

4.6 Handle ............................................................... 13

Proposition 65 Warning

Engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm

© Jacobsen, A Textron Company/Textron Innovations Inc.

“All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form”.

All information in this publication is based on information available at time of approval for printing. Jacobsen reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation.

LITHO IN U.S.A 9-2014

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SAFETY 1

1 SAFETY

1.1 HOW TO OPERATE SAFELY

!

WARNING

EQUIPMENT OPERATED INCORRECTLY OR WITHOUT TRAINING CAN BE DANGEROUS.

Know the location and correct operation of controls. Operators without experience must receive instruction from another person that knows the correct operation of the equipment before you operate the mower.

Only use parts, accessories and attachments approved by Jacobsen.

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f

SAFE OPERATION

a

a

b

c

d

g

Read the Operator’s Manual and other training material. If the operator or technician can not read this manual, the owner is responsible to describe this material to the operators and technicians.

Manuals in additional languages may be available on the Jacobsen or RansomesJacobsen website.

Read all of the instructions for this mower carefully.

Know the controls and the correct operation of the equipment.

Children or persons who do not understand these instructions must not use the mower. The local regulations can limit the age of the operator.

Never use a mower near persons, including children or animals.

Remember that the operator or owner is responsible for accidents or hazards that occur to other persons or their property.

Never carry passengers.

Never allow persons to operate or service the mower or its attachments without correct instructions.

Do not operate equipment while tired, sick or after you use alcohol or drugs.

PREPARATION

a

b

c

When you operate the mower, wear correct clothing, slip resistant work shoes or boots, work gloves, hard hat, safety glasses and hearing protection. Long hair, loose clothing or jewelry can be caught in moving parts.

Do not operate the equipment with the Interlock

System disconnected or the system does not operate correctly. Do not disconnect or prevent the operation of any switch.

Never operate equipment that is not in correct order or without decals, guards, shields, deflectors or other protective devices fastened.

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e

f

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i

Inspect the mower before you operate the mower.

Check the tire pressure, engine oil level, the radiator coolant level and the air cleaner indicator.

Fuel is flammable. Use caution when you add the fuel to the mower.

Operate the mower in daylight or in good artificial light. Use caution when you operate the mower during bad weather. Never operate the mower with lightning in the area.

Inspect the area to select the accessories and attachments that are needed to correctly and safely do the job. Only use parts, accessories and attachments approved by Jacobsen.

Be careful of holes in the terrain and other hazards that are not visible.

Inspect the area where the equipment is operated.

Remove all objects you can find before you operate. Be careful of obstructions above the ground (low tree limbs, electrical wires) and also underground obstacles (sprinklers, pipes, tree roots). Enter a new area carefully. Look for possible hazards.

Inspect the cutting system before you start the mower. Make sure the blades are free to rotate.

When you rotate one blade, other blades can rotate.

OPERATION

a

b

c

Never operate the engine without enough ventilation or in an enclosed area. The carbon monoxide in the exhaust fumes can increase to dangerous levels.

Never carry passengers. Keep other persons or animals away from the mower.

Disengage all drives and engage the parking brake before you start the engine. Only start the engine with the operator in the seat. Never start the engine with persons near the mower.

3

4

1 SAFETY

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d

e

Keep your legs, arms and body inside the operator compartment while the mower is in operation.

Keep your hands and feet away from the cutting units.

Do not use on the slopes greater than the safe slope limit for the equipment.

To guard against over turning or loss of control:

Operate the mower across the face (horizontally), but not up and down on the face of slopes

(vertically).

Do not start or stop suddenly on slopes.

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k

Decrease the speed when you operate on slopes or when you must turn. Use caution when you change direction. Turf condition can change the mower stability.

Use caution when you operate the mower near drop-offs, ditches or embankments.

Be careful of holes in the terrain and other hazards that are not visible.

Always operate at speeds that allow you to have complete control of the machine. Make sure of your footing keep a tight grip the handle and walk.

Never run when you operate the mower.

Use caution when you go near corners, trees or other objects that can prevent a clear view.

Equipment must meet the current regulations to be driven on the public roads.

Before you move across or operate on the paths or roads, turn off the PTO switch, lift the mowers and travel at decreased speed. Look for traffic.

Stop the blades when the mower is on any surface that is not grass.

l

m Do not operate the mower with damaged guards or without safety devices in position.

n Do not change the engine governor setting or overspeed the engine. Never change or tamper with adjusters that are closed with a seal for the engine speed control.

o

Do not release the cut grass in the direction of persons or allow persons near the mower while in operation.

Before you leave the operator compartment, for any reason:

Disengage all the drives and lower attachments to the ground.

Engage the parking brake.

p

q

r

Stop the engine and remove the key.

When you hit an object or mower starts to cause the vibration that is not normal, inspect the mower for damage and make repairs.

Decrease the throttle setting before you stop the engine.

Do not use this equipment for uses that the mower was not made for.

SAFE HANDLING OF FUELS

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

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j

The fuel and the fuel vapors are flammable. Use caution when you add the fuel to the mower. The fuel vapors can cause an explosion.

Never use the containers that are not approved to keep or transfer fuel.

Never keep the mower or fuel containers near an open flame or any device that can cause the ignition of fuel or fuel vapors.

Never fill the fuel containers inside a vehicle or on a truck or trailer with a plastic liner. Always put the fuel container on the ground away from your vehicle before you fill the container.

Refuel the mower before you start the engine.

When the engine is in operation or while the engine is hot, never remove the fuel cap or add fuel to the mower.

Refuel outdoors only and do not smoke when you add fuel. Extinguish all types of ignition.

The fuel nozzle must touch the rim of the fuel tank when you add fuel to the mower. Do not use a device to lock the fuel nozzle in the open position.

Do not over fill the fuel tank. Leave at least 1 inch

(25 mm) below the filler neck.

Always tighten the fuel tank cap and container cap after you add fuel.

If the fuel spills on your clothing, change your clothing immediately.

MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE

a

b

c

Before you clean, adjust or repair this equipment, stop the engine and disconnect the spark plug wire. Keep the wire away from the plug to prevent the engine to start.

Make sure the mower is parked on a solid and level surface.

Never work on a mower that is lifted only by the jack. Always use the jack stands.

SAFETY 1

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f

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h

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k

l

Never allow persons to service the mower or its attachments without correct instructions.

When the mower is parked, put into storage or left without an operator, lower the cutting device unless a positive mechanical lock is used.

When you put the mower on a trailer or put the mower in storage, close the fuel valve. Do not keep fuel near flames or drain the fuel inside a building.

Disconnect the battery before you service the mower. Always disconnect the negative battery cable before the positive battery cable. Always connect the positive battery cable before the negative battery cable.

Charge the battery in an area with good airflow.

The battery can release hydrogen gas that is explosive. To prevent an explosion, keep any device that can cause sparks or flames away from the battery.

Disconnect the battery charger from the power supply before you connect or disconnect the battery charger to the battery. Wear protective clothing and use insulated tools when you service the battery.

Be careful and wear gloves when you check or service the cutting unit blades. Replace any damaged blades, do not try to correct a damaged blade.

Keep your hands and feet away from parts that move. Do not adjust the mower with the engine in operation, unless the adjustment needs the engine in operation.

Carefully release the pressure from components with stored energy.

m Keep the mower and the engine clean.

n Allow the engine to become cool before storage and always remove the ignition key.

o

p

Keep all nuts, bolts and screws tight to make sure the equipment is in safe condition.

Replace worn or damaged parts for safety.

Replace damaged or worn decals. Only use parts, accessories and attachments approved by

Jacobsen.

q

r

To decrease the fire hazard, remove materials that burn from the engine, muffler, battery tray and fuel tank area.

Disconnect the battery and controller connectors before you weld on this mower.

WHEN YOU PUT THE MOWER ON A

TRAILER

a

b

c

d

Be careful when you load or unload the mower on a trailer. Trailer must be wider than the mower and can carry the weight of the mower.

Use a full-width ramp to load or unload the mower on a trailer.

Use straps, chains, cables or ropes to fasten the mower to the trailer. Both front and rear straps must be sent down and toward sides of trailer.

Make sure that all latches are correctly fastened.

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1 SAFETY

1.2

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTES________________________________________________

This safety alert symbol is used to alert you to potential hazards.

DANGER

- Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL result in death or serious injury.

WARNING

- Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, COULD result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION

- Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, MAY result in minor or moderate injury and property damage. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.

NOTICE

- Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, MAY result in property damage. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.

For pictorial clarity, some illustrations in this manual may show shields, guards or plates open or removed. Under no circumstances should this equipment be operated without these devices securely fastened in place.

!

WARNING

The Operator Presence Control (OPC) on this machine will shut off the reel and traction drive if the operator releases the OPC bail.

To protect the operator and others from injury, never operate equipment with the OPC system disconnected or malfunctioning.

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!

WARNING

1. Before leaving the operator’s position for any reason: a. Disengage all drives.

b. Engage parking brake.

c. Stop engine.

2. Keep hands, feet, and clothing away from moving parts. Wait for all movement to stop before you clean, adjust or service the machine.

3. Keep the area of operation clear of all bystanders and pets.

4. Chock or block the wheels if the machine is left on an incline.

5. Never operate mowing equipment without the discharge deflector securely fastened in place.

By following all instructions in this manual, you will prolong the life of your machine and maintain its maximum efficiency. Adjustments and maintenance should always be performed by a qualified technician.

If additional information or service is needed, contact your Authorized Jacobsen Dealer who is kept informed of the latest methods to service this equipment and can provide prompt and efficient service.

CONTROLS 2

2 CONTROLS

2.1 ICONS ___________________________________________________________________

O.P.C. Unlock

Engine Off

Parking Brake

Engaged Disengaged

Fuel

Gasoline

O.P.C. Lock

Engine Run

Fast

Throttle

Slow

Choke

!

WARNING

Never attempt to operate the machine unless you have read the Technical Manual and the engine manual and know how to operate all controls correctly.

Familiarize yourself with the icons shown above and what they represent. Learn the location and purpose of all the controls before operating this mower.

2.2

CONTROLS_______________________________________________________________

A.

Parking Brake

– Used whenever the mower is left unattended or as a service brake while transporting.

B. Paddle Throttle –

Controls the speed of the engine when OPC Bail is engaged. Push (+) side of lever to increase engine speed. Push (-) side of lever to decrease engine speed.

C. O.P.C. Bail –

Engaging bail increases engine speed which engages the centrifugal clutch. Release bail to return engine to idle. The bail must be disengaged to start the engine.

D. Engine Switch –

The engine switch enables and disables the ignition system. The engine switch must be in the ON position for the engine to run.

Turning the engine switch to the OFF position stops the engine.

A

J

D

P

N

D

B

C

Figure 2A

OFF

ON

Figure 2B

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8

2 CONTROLS

E. Choke Lever -

The choke lever opens and closes the choke valve in the carburetor. The CLOSED position enriches the fuel mixture for starting a cold engine. The OPEN position provides the correct fuel mixture for operation after starting, and for restarting a warm engine.

F.

Fuel Valve Lever -

The fuel valve opens and closes the connection between the fuel tank and the carburetor. The fuel valve lever must be in the ON position for the engine to run. When the engine is not in use, leave the fuel valve lever in the OFF position to prevent carburetor flooding and to reduce the possibility of fuel leakage.

NOTICE

Before tipping mower back for adjustments, the fuel lever must be moved to the OFF position to prevent fuel from leaking into the crankcase.

G. Traction Clutch Lever -

Point lever forward (G

2

)

to disengage traction drive and allow drum to “freewheel”. Point lever to the back (G

1

)

to engage.

H. Reel Clutch Lever -

Point lever up (H

1

)

to engage the reel drive mechanism. Point lever down (H

2

disengage the reel.

)

to

!

WARNING

To prevent bodily injury or property damage, never engage the reel or traction clutch levers while the engine is running or the O.P.C. bail is engaged.

!

DANGER

Keep hands and feet away from the cutting unit to prevent serious cuts.

J.

E-Stop -

Used to stop the engine. Push switch down to disable engine ignition, pull up for normal operation.

H

1

H

2

F

OFF

ON

E

G

H

G

2

Figure 2C

G

1

Figure 2D

SET UP 3

3 SET UP

3.1 GENERAL ________________________________________________________________

The set-up and testing of the unit should always be performed by a trained technician, familiar with the operation of the equipment.

Read each instruction completely and make sure you understand it before proceeding with the assembly. Stay alert for potential hazards and obey all safety precautions.

The RIGHT, LEFT, FRONT and REAR of the machine are referenced from the operator’s seat, facing forward.

Accessories not included with this product must be ordered separately. See instructions provided with accessory for installation and parts.

!

CAUTION

Do not attempt to operate the machine unless you are familiar with this type of equipment and know how to operate all controls correctly.

This machine is shipped assembled. After unpacking, perform the initial inspection, operating checks, and test the Operator Presence Control (OPC).

3.2

INITIAL INSPECTION _______________________________________________________

!

CAUTION

The initial inspection should be performed only when the engine is off and all fluids are cold.

Disengage all drives, engage parking brake, and stop engine.

1. Perform a visual inspection of the entire unit, look for signs of wear, loose hardware, and components that may have been damaged during transport.

2. Inspect paint and decals for damage or scratches.

Decals provide important operating and safety information. Replace all missing or hard to read decals.

3. Check that the engine oil level is at the full level mark with the engine cold.

4. Visually check for fuel or oil leaks.

5. Inspect lube points for proper lubrication.

3.3

OPERATING CHECKS ______________________________________________________

After the initial inspection, test the machine for proper operation.

1. Test the Operator Presence Control. (Section 4.4)

2. Start the machine and check that controls operate

as described. See Section 3.2.

3. After operation, stop and inspect again for fuel or oil leaks.

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3 SET UP

3.4

OPERATOR PRESENCE CONTROL (O.P.C.)____________________________________

1. The O.P.C. system is intended to protect the operator and others from injury by stopping the reel and drive mechanism as soon as the operator releases the

O.P.C. bail. The unit is also equipped with an engine stop (E-Stop) switch that will stop the engine from the operator’s position.

!

WARNING

Never operate equipment with the O.P.C. system disconnected or malfunctioning. Do not disconnect or bypass any switch.

2. To test the system: a. Place mower on the kickstand.

b. Disengage the reel clutch lever (E).

3. Start the engine.

a. Slide bail to the left adn engage OPC Bail.

b. Engine speed will increase, the drive mechanism will engage and the wheels will begin to turn.

c. Release the O.P.C. bail. The bail must disengage, engine speed return to idle and drive mechanism must stop.

d. Push E-Stop switch down. Engine must stop immediately.

4. If the drive mechanism engages before the O.P.C.

bail is engaged or the drive mechanism continue to turn after the O.P.C. bail is released; stop the engine immediately and have the system repaired.

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ADJUSTMENTS 4

4 ADJUSTMENTS

4.1 GENERAL ________________________________________________________________

!

WARNING

Before you adjust, clean, or repair this equipment, always disengage all drives, engage parking brake, and stop engine to prevent serious injury.

Whenever performing maintenance other than carburetor adjustments, remove the spark plug wire, and place the wire away from the plug to prevent accidental starting and bodily injury.

1. Adjustments and maintenance should always be performed by a qualified technician. If proper adjustment cannot be made, contact an authorized

Jacobsen dealer.

2. Replace, do not adjust, worn or damaged components.

3. Long hair, jewelry, or loose fitting clothing may get tangled in moving parts.

!

CAUTION

Be careful to prevent entrapment of the hands and fingers between moving and fixed components of the machine.

4. Do not change governor settings or overspeed the engine.

4.2

REEL-TO-BEDKNIFE _______________________________________________________

(Pre-adjustment Check)

1. Check the reel bearings for end play or radial play. If there is any abnormal movement of the reel, up and down or side to side, adjust or replace components as needed.

6. Grass conditions will also affect the adjustment.

a. Dry, sparse conditions will require a wider gap to prevent heat buildup and damage to the reel and bedknife.

b. High quality grass with a good moisture content requires a closer gap (near zero).

!

CAUTION

To prevent personal injury and damage to the cutting edges, handle the reel with extreme care.

°

°

1/32 in.

(0.8 mm) 2. Inspect the reel blades and bedknife to ensure good sharp edges without bends or nicks.

a. The cutting edges of the reel blades and bedknife must be sharp, free of burrs and show no signs of rounding off.

b. The bedknife and bedknife backing must be securely tightened. The bedknife must be straight and sharp.

c. A flat surface of at least 1/32 in. (0.8 mm) minimum must be maintained on the front face of the bedknife. Use a standard flat file to dress the bedknife.

3. If wear or damage is beyond the point where the reel or bedknife can be corrected by the lapping process, they must be reground.

Figure 4A

4. Proper reel-to-bedknife adjustment is critical. A gap of 0.001 to 0.003 in. (0.025 to 0.076 mm) must be maintained across the entire length of the reel and bedknife.

5. The reel must be parallel to the bedknife. An improperly adjusted reel will lose its sharp edges prematurely and may result in serious damage to the reel and bedknife.

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4 ADJUSTMENTS

4.3

BEDKNIFE ADJUSTER _____________________________________________________

1. Adjuster (A) is used to increase or decrease the spring load on the bedknife. Adjuster (B) is used to move the bedknife to the reel or away from the reel.

B

A

2. Once the spring is totally collapsed as a result of many adjustments, the bedknife cannot be moved.

Back-off adjuster (A) before adjusting (B).

3. For most applications, compress the spring to 1 in.

(25 mm).

Figure 4B

4.4

BEDKNIFE _______________________________________________________________

1. Read Section 5.2 before making the adjustment.

2. Start adjustment at the leading edge of the reel, followed by the trailing end. The leading end of the

reel blade is the end that passes over the bedknife first during normal rotation.

Leading Edge

Rotation

Figure 4C

3. Turn adjuster (B) clockwise to bring the bedknife closer to the reel or counterclockwise to back the bedknife away from the reel.

a. Slide a feeler gauge or shim stock 0.001 - 0.003

in., (0.025 - 0.075 mm) between the reel blade and the bedknife. Do not turn the reel.

b. Adjust the trailing end of the reel in the same manner, then recheck the adjustment at the leading end.

c. When the reel and bedknife are properly adjusted, the reel will spin freely, and will cut a piece of newspaper along the full length of the reel when the paper is held at 90° to the bedknife.

!

CAUTION

To prevent personal injury and damage to the cutting edges, handle the reel with extreme care.

4.5

BRAKE __________________________________________________________________

A properly adjusted brake requires 10 lb. pull at top of brake lever to engage and must have 1.50 in. (38 mm) center to center when released.

1. Minor adjustments are made at the handle. Loosen nut (H), turn nut (J) to adjust the brake cable, then tighten nut (H).

2. If adjustments cannot be made at the handle, remove the transport wheel, and make the adjustment at the brake band.

3. Loosen screw (K) and pull cable to obtain desired brake tension. Tighten screw (K). Readjust (H) and

(J)

.

H

J

K

Brake Band

1.50 in.

(38 mm)

Figure 4D

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ADJUSTMENTS 4

4.6

CUTTING HEIGHT _________________________________________________________

Note:

Make sure the bedknife is properly adjusted before

setting the cutting height. (See Section 5.4)

1. Push kickstand down and tip mower back on it’s handle. Do not leave the mower tipped back for an extended length of time or oil may migrate into the combustion chamber.

2. Loosen nuts (M) on both sides just enough to allow knob (L) to raise the front roller or Turf Groomer.

Raise both sides an equal amount.

3. Set gauge screw (P) to the desired cutting height

(O)

. Measure from the gauge bar (N) to the underside of the screw head (P) then tighten wing nut to lock the adjustment.

4. Place gauge bar between front roller and traction roller, near the outer end of the rollers.

5. Slide screw head over bedknife (Q) and adjust knob

(L)

so roller just contacts the gauge bar. Tighten nut

(M)

.

6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 on the opposite end of the reel then tighten nuts (M). Recheck and readjust the cutting height if necessary.

N

O

L

M

P

Q

Figure 4E

4.7

BELT ADJUSTMENT _______________________________________________________

1. Belt (A) is tensioned by a spring loaded idler pulley

(F)

. No adjustment is necessary.

E

D

NOTICE

To prevent permanent damage to the belt, do not twist, fold, bend or overtighten the belt.

F

2. To adjust belt (B) or (C), loosely assemble 5/16-18 x

3-1/4” hex head screw (K) through tension bracket

(P)

, bearing bracket and 5/16-18 hex nut (N).

Assemble 5/16-18 x 1” hex head screw (L) and 5/

16-18 hex nut (N) to bottom of bearing bracket (G).

Loosen nuts (E).

a. Place bedknife gauge bar (H) on top of roller and under screw (L). Tighten screw (L) until belt (B) deflects 1/10” (2.5 mm) with 12.2 ~ 15.2 lb (5.5 ~

7.4 kg) load applied at mid span.

b. Tighten screw (K) until belt (C) deflects 9/64” (3.5

mm) with 3.5 ~ 6.3 lb (1.59 ~ 2.86 kg) load applied at mid span.

c. Tighten nuts (E) and remove 5/16-18 x 1” screw

(L)

and lower nut (N).

Note:

5/16-18 x 3-1/4” screw (K) and upper nut (N) can be left in place after the adjustment procedure is complete without affecting operation.

3. Place hardware (L and N) in a safe place for future adjustments.

M

K

H

L

N

A

G

F

C

B

Figure 4F

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4 ADJUSTMENTS

4.8

HANDLE _________________________________________________________________

1. To adjust the angle of the handle bar (Y), loosen screw (W) on both sides of the mower and adjust the handle bar to the desired position.

2. After adjusting handle bar, adjust bracket (X) so that the handle bar just rests on the bottom of the slot in bracket. Tighten screw (W).

X

W

Y

Figure 4G

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ADJUSTMENTS 4

4.9

TORQUE SPECIFICATION ___________________________________________________

NOTICE

All torque values included in these charts are approximate and are for reference only. Use of these torque values is at your sole risk. Jacobsen is not responsible for any loss, claim, or damage arising from the use of these charts.

Extreme caution should always be used when using any torque value.

Jacobsen uses Grade 5 Plated bolts as standard, unless otherwise noted. For tightening plated bolts, use the value given for lubricated.

AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD FASTENERS

SIZE UNITS GRADE 5

Lubricated Dry

#6-32

#8-32

#10-24

#10-32

#12-24

1/4-20

1/4-28

5/16-18

5/16-24

3/8-16

3/8-24 in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm)

75 (8.4)

85 (9.6)

157 (17.7)

173 (19.5)

23 (31.1)

26 (35.2)

M4

M5

M6

M8

M10

M12

M14

SIZE UNITS

Nm (in-lb)

Nm (in-lb)

Nm (in-lb)

Nm (in-lb)

Nm (ft-lb)

Nm (ft-lb)

Nm (ft-lb)

Lubricated

1.80 (16)

3.05 (27)

7.41 (65)

14.7 (11)

25.6 (19)

40.8 (30)

4.6

Dry

2.40 (21)

4.07 (36)

9.98 (88)

19.6 (14)

34.1 (25)

54.3 (40)

20 (2.3)

24 (2.7)

35 (4.0)

40 (4.5)

50 (5.7)

100 (11.3)

115 (13.0)

210 (23.7)

230 (26.0)

31 (42.0)

35 (47.4)

GRADE 8

Lubricated Dry

SIZE UNITS

107 (12.1)

120 (13.5)

220 (24.8)

245 (27.6)

32 (43.3)

37 (50.1)

30 (3.4)

45 (5.1)

50 (5.7)

65 (7.3)

143 (16.1)

163 (18.4)

305 (34.4)

325 (36.7)

44 (59.6)

50 (67.8)

METRIC FASTENERS

7/16-14

7/16-20

1/2-13

1/2-20

9/16-12

9/16-18

5/8-11

5/8-18

3/4-10

3/4-16

7/8-14 ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm)

GRADE 5

Dry Lubricated

37 (50.1)

42 (56.9)

57 (77.2)

64 (86.7)

82 (111)

92 (124)

113 (153)

128 (173)

200 (271)

223 (302)

355 (481)

50 (67.8)

55 (74.6)

75 (101)

85 (115)

109 (148)

122 (165)

151 (204)

170 (230)

266 (360)

298 404

473 (641)

GRADE 8

Dry Lubricated

53 (71.8)

59 (80.0)

80 (108)

90 (122)

115 (156)

129 (174)

159 (215)

180 (244)

282 (382)

315 (427)

500 (678)

70 (94.9)

78 (105)

107 (145)

120 (162)

154 (209)

172 (233)

211 (286)

240 (325)

376 (509)

420 (569)

668 (905)

8.8

10.9

12.9

Non Critical

Fasteners into

Aluminum

Lubricated

4.63 (41)

7.87 (69)

19.1 (69)

37.8 (29)

66.0 (48)

105 (77)

Dry

6.18 (54)

10.5 (93)

25.5 (226)

50.5 (37)

88.0 (65)

140 (103)

Lubricated

6.63 (59)

11.3 (102)

27.3 (241)

54.1 (40)

94.5 (70)

150 (110)

Dry

8.84 (78)

15.0 (133)

36.5 (323)

72.2 (53)

125 (92)

200 (147)

Lubricated

3.83 (34)

7.75 (68)

13.2 (117)

32.0 (283)

63.3 (46)

110 (81)

175 (129)

Dry

5.11 (45)

10.3 (910

17.6 (156)

42.6 (377)

84.4 (62)

147 (108)

234 (172)

2.0 (18)

4.0 (35)

6.8 (60)

17.0 (150)

33.9 (25)

61.0 (45)

94.9 (70)

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5 NOTES

NOTES

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Pre-Delivery Checklist

Product No. 63281, Greens King™518A Serial No.

____________________

Product No. 63282, Greens King™522A Serial

____________________

Product No. 63285, Greens King™526A Serial

____________________

Mower —————————————————

Check:

o

Brake adjustment o

Handle bar angle & spring adjustment o

Transport wheel installation & retaining clip function o

Traction clutch operation o

Reel clutch operation o

Engine clutch operation & adjustment o

Operation of kickstand o

All decals in place and legible o o o

OPC

Belt Adjustments

Tire pressure 6 -8 psi (41 - 55 kPa) (with 62293 Option)

Engine —————————————————

Check:

o

Engine oil level o

Air cleaner element and connections

Cutting Units ———————————————

Check:

o

Bedknife screws tight o

Reel - should be no free end play o

All hardware properly tightened

Adjust the following:

o

Reel to bedknife, .001” to .003” (.025 - .08 mm) clearance.

o

Bedknife backing adjuster spring tension o

Adjust cutting height to customers’ requirements

Miscellaneous ——————————————

Check:

o

For loose or missing hardware o

All lubrication points o

Paint finish; touch up where necessary o

Decals in place and legible o

__________________________________________________ o

__________________________________________________

Electrical System ————————————

o

Engine switch working correctly

Should you encounter any areas that required repair during set-up, please explain below and fax (704-504-4908) a copy of the checklist and problem description to us.

Problem Description

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

Dealer ______________________________________________ Inspected ______________________________

Customer ___________________________________________ Date _________________________________

目录

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CONTENTS

安全

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如何安全操作 ...................................... 3

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重要安全须知 ...................................... 6

2 控制装置

2.1

图标 ..................................................... 7

2.2

控制装置 .............................................. 7

3 安装

3.1

概述 ..................................................... 8

3.2

初始检验 .............................................. 8

3.3

操作检查 .............................................. 8

3.4

操作员在场控制器 (OPC) .............. 10

4 调整

4.1

概述 ................................................... 11

4.2

滚刀至底刀 ........................................ 11

4.3

底刀调整器 ........................................ 12

4.4

底刀 ................................................... 12

4.5

制动器 ............................................... 12

4.6

剪草高度 ............................................ 13

4.7

皮带调节 ............................................ 13

4.8

手柄 ................................................... 14

4.9

扭矩规格说明 ..................................... 15

5 注意

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导致癌症和出生缺陷或其他生殖危害的

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1.1 如何安全操作 ____________________________________________________________

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警告

不正确操作设备或未经培训就操作设备属于危险行为。

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了解控制装置的位置和正确操作方式。操作员如果没有经验,必须接受了解设备正确操作的人员的指导,然后才能操作剪

草机。

只使用 Jacobsen 认可的部件、配件和附件。

安全操作 f

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阅读操作员手册和其他培训资料。如果操作员或技

师无法阅读本手册,机器所有者应负责向操作员和

技师讲述本手册内容。Jacobsen

的手册。

制装置及正确操作方式。

地法规可能对操作员的年龄有限制。

准备工作

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操作剪草机时,要穿戴合适的服装、防滑工作鞋或工

作靴、劳保手套、安全帽、护目镜和听力保护装置。

长发、宽松服装或首饰可能会缠到运动部件上。

切勿在联锁系统断开或正常不工作时操作设备。切

勿断开任何开关或妨碍其操作。

设备工作状态不良,或没有安装贴标、护板、护罩、

排草导板或其他防护装置时,切勿操作。使用侧排草

底盘剪草时 , 请勿在未安装排草通道的情况下操作

剪草装置。

操作剪草机前要检查机器。检查胎压、发动机油液

位、散热器冷却液液位和空气过滤器指示灯。燃油为

可燃性液体。给剪草机加油时要小心操作。

在白天或有良好灯光照明的条件下操作本剪草机。

天气不好时操作剪草机要小心谨慎。请勿在有雷电

的区域操作剪草机。

RansomesJacobsen 网站可能会提供其他语言版本

仔细阅读本剪草机的所有指导说明。了解设备的控

儿童或不了解这些说明的成人不得使用剪草机。当

请勿在人畜 (包括儿童或动物)附近使用剪草机。

切记操作员或机器所有者需要对机器造成的事故或

者对他人或其财产造成的危害负责。

请勿搭载任何乘客。

未经适当指导的人员,不得操作或保养本剪草机或

其附件。

请勿在疲劳、生病时或者在饮酒或服用对神经有影

响的药物后操作设备。

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操作

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查看作业区域来选择所需的配件和附件,以正确安

全地完成作业。只使用 Jacobsen 认可的部件、配件

和附件。

小心工作区域的洞穴和其他看不见的危险隐患。

查看设备的作业区域。操作前将作业区域内任何可

发现的物品清理干净。谨防地面上方的障碍物 (较

低树枝、电线等)以及地下障碍 (喷灌器、管道、

树根等)。进入新区域时应小心。查找可能存在的危

险隐患。

检查剪草系统然后再起动剪草机。确保刀片可自由

旋转。您转动一个刀片时,其他刀片应该可以旋转。

不要在通风不充分的条件下或在密封区域运转发动

机。排放的废气中的一氧化碳可能会增加危险性。

请勿搭载任何乘客。使他人和动物远离剪草机。

起动发动机之前,松开所有驱动装置,接合驻车制动

器。仅在操作员坐到座椅上后再起动发动机。剪草机

附近有人时请勿起动发动机。

操作剪草机时,使腿、手臂和身体保持在座椅舱内。

保持手脚远离剪草装置。

请勿在超出剪草机安全操作极限的斜坡上使用剪草

机。

防止过度转弯或失控:

沿斜坡上下(垂直)行驶剪草机,不要横穿(水平)

斜坡。

请勿在斜坡上突然起动或关闭发动机。

在斜坡上操作时或需要转弯时要减速。改变行驶方

向时要小心操作。草坪状况可能会影响剪草机的稳

定性。

在陡坡、沟渠、堤岸或护坡上操作剪草机要小心谨

慎。

小心工作区域的洞穴和其他看不见的危险隐患。

倒车时要观察后面,确保路线通畅。请勿在倒车时操

作剪草装置。

在拐角、树丛或其他可能妨碍视线的物体附近行驶

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在公路上驾驶设备时必须遵守现行的法规要求。

在穿过小路或道路,或者在其上行驶时,应关闭

PTO 开关,将剪草装置升起,然后减速行驶。注意

来往交通车辆。

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当剪草机行驶到任何没有草的表面时应停止刀片动

作。

请勿朝有人的方向排草 ,操作时也不要允许人员在

剪草机附近。

m 请勿在护板受损或安全装置未安装到位的情况下操

作剪草机。

n 切勿更改发动机调速器设置或使发动机超速运转。

请勿更改或篡改使用封条密封以控制发动机转速的

调节器。

操作员出于任何原因离开座舱前:

切断所有驱动装置,将附件降到地面。

接合驻车制动器。

关闭发动机,拔下钥匙。

撞到物体时,或者剪草机开始不正常颤动时,检查剪

草机是否受损, 必要时进行维修。

降低油门设置然后再关闭发动机。

请勿将剪草机用于设计意图之外的其他用途。

安全处理燃油。

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燃油和燃油蒸汽具有易燃性。给剪草机加油时要小

心操作。燃油蒸汽可能引发爆炸。

请勿使用未经认可的容器来保存或运送燃油。

请勿使剪草机或燃油容器处于明火或任何可能引燃

燃油或燃油蒸汽的设备附近。

请勿将容器置于车辆内部、卡车或拖车上并用塑料

管灌装燃油。务必将容器置于远离车辆的地面上灌

装燃油。

起动发动机前为剪草机加注燃油。当发动机正在运

转或发动机尚未冷却时,切勿打开燃油箱的油箱盖

或添加燃油。

只能在户外加油,且加油时不要吸烟。熄灭任何类型

的点火装置。

向剪草机加注燃油时,加油枪嘴必须接触油箱边缘。

请勿使用装置将加油枪嘴锁定在打开的位置。

请勿将油箱加的过满。使油箱液面距加注口至少保

留 1 英寸 (25 毫秒)。

加注燃油后务必拧紧油箱盖和容器盖。

如果燃油溅到衣服上,请立即更换衣服。

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ROPS (防翻架)

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ROPS 是安全装置。使 ROPS 保持在垂直锁定位

置。操作剪草机时务必系上座椅安全带。确保在紧急

情况下能够快速松开座椅安全带。

仅在平坦的表面操作剪草机且在必要的情况下,才

可将防翻架置于折叠位置。在斜坡上、有陡峭的边缘

或水源附近作业时,请勿使防翻架处于折叠状态。防

翻架处于折叠状态无法起到滚翻保护作用。

机器下方有物体时,检查离地间隙然后再行驶通过。

请勿使防翻架接触树丛、电线或其他物体。

防翻架处于折叠状态时请勿使用座椅安全带。

检查防翻架是否有损坏。将防翻架的紧固件拧紧。

请勿焊接、钻孔、改动或弯折防翻架。防翻架如损坏

应予更换。请勿尝试修复损坏的防翻架。

请勿从剪草机上拆下防翻架。

必须经过 Jacobsen 批准才能对防翻架做任何改

动。

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维护和存放

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在清洁、调节或修理此设备前,将 PTO 开关推到

OFF 位置,将剪草装置完全下降到地面,接合驻车

制动器,关闭发动机并拔下钥匙。

确保将剪草机停放在坚硬、平坦的地面上。

请勿对仅由千斤顶撑起的剪草机执行操作。必须使

用千斤顶支架。

未经适当指导,不得保养本剪草机或其附件。

剪草机停机、存放或无操作员在旁边时,除非使用了

机械闭锁装置,否则应降下剪草装置。

将剪草机放在拖车上或者存放时,应关闭燃油阀门。

使燃油远离火源,请勿在建筑内部排放燃油。

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保养剪草机前应断开蓄电池。务必先断开蓄电池负

极电缆,然后再断开正极电缆。务必先连接蓄电池正

极电缆,然后再连接负极电缆。

在通风良好的区域为蓄电池充电。蓄电池可能会释

放出容易引起爆炸的氢气。为防止爆炸,使任何可产

生火星或火焰的设备远离蓄电池。

切断蓄电池充电器电源,然后再将蓄电池充电器连

接到蓄电池或从蓄电池断开。保养蓄电池时应穿戴

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检查或保养剪草装置刀片时应带上手套谨慎操作。

损坏的刀片应予更换,请勿尝试修复。

保持手脚远离运动装置。请勿在发动机运转时调节

剪草机,除非需要这样调节。

小心释放存有能量的组件的压力。 l

m 为防止高压热油造成伤害,决不要用手检查是否发

生漏油。使用纸或硬纸板查找泄漏。

n 液压油压力所释放的力量足以使液压油透入皮肤。

如果液压油进入皮肤,需要医生通过手术将液压油

取出,否则皮肤可能会出现坏疽。

o 保养液压系统时,确保液压接头、管子和软管紧固至

正确扭矩。确保液压系统状态良好,然后再起动发动

机。

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使剪草机和发动机保持清洁。

存放剪草机之前,要待发动机冷却,而且务必要拔下

点火开关钥匙。

使所有螺母、螺栓和螺钉保持拧紧,以确保设备处于

安全状态。

为安全起见,部件如有磨损或损坏应予更换 . 贴标如

有损坏或破烂应予更换。只使用 Jacobsen 认可的

部件、配件和附件。

为减少火灾危险,应将发动机、消音器、蓄电池托架

和油箱区域的可燃物质清理干净。

对此剪草机进行焊接操作前,应断开蓄电池和控制

器连接器。

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将剪草机放在拖车上

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在拖车上装卸剪草机时要小心操作。拖车宽度必须

超过剪草机,并且可以承受剪草机的重量。

使用全宽跳板在拖车上装卸剪草机。

使用带子、链条、线缆或绳子将剪草机固定在拖车

上。前后带子向下走绳到拖车侧面。

确保所有插销正确插紧。

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重要安全 知

此安全惊叹号用于警告注意隐患。

危险:

表示存在不加预防会造成伤亡的危险状况。

警告:

表示存在不加预防可能造成伤亡的危险状况。

注意:

表示存在不加预防可能造成人员受伤或财产损坏的危险状况。另外,该标签也代表有风险的工作程序。

重要提示:

只有在公路上驾驶机器时才能以道路速度行驶。在有草区域或崎岖路面和砂石道路上不得以道路速度行驶。

为清楚起见,本手册有些插图可能展示的是拆下护罩、护板或导板的设备。如果未将这些装置紧紧固定到位,请勿操作

本设备。

警告

本剪草机上的联锁系统可防止剪草机起动,除非 a.) 松开驻车制动器; b.) 剪草开关置于 OFF 位置; c.) 牵引踏

板处于空挡位置; d) 操作员坐在座椅上。如果操作员离座时 a.) 没有接合驻车制动器或 b.) 剪草开关未在 OFF

位置,联锁系统将关闭发动机。请勿在联锁系统未处于工作状态时操作剪草机。

警告

1. 操作员因故离开工作位置之前: a. 使牵引踏板回到空档位置。 b. 分离所有驱动装置。 c. 将所有刀具下降到地面。 d. 接合驻车制动器。 e. 关闭发动机并拔下点火开关钥匙。

2. 保持手、脚和衣服远离运动部件。待所有机械运动停止后再清洁、调节或保养本机。

3. 使所有旁观者和动物离开操作区。

4. 请勿搭载任何乘客。

5. 请勿在未将排草导板正确固定到位的情况下操作设备。

遵守本手册中的各项说明,不仅能延长机器寿命,而且还可保持设备的最大效率。必须由合格技术人员执行调节和维护

工作。

如果需要其他信息或服务,请与当地的 Jacobsen 授权经销商联系,他们熟知本设备的最新维修方法,能够为您提供快

捷高效的服务。 zh-6

控制装置 2

2 控制装置

2.1 图标 ____________________________________________________________________________

操作员在场控制器解锁

发动机关闭

驻车制动器

已接合 已分离

燃油

汽油

操作员在场控制器锁定

发动机运行

油门

阻塞

!

警告

除非您已阅读 《技术手册》和 《发动机手册》并了解如何正确操作所有控制装置,否则请勿

尝试操作机器。

熟悉上文所示图标及其表示的含义。在操作本剪草机之前,请学习和了解所有控制器的位置

和用途。

2.2 控制装置 __________________________________________________________________________

A.

B.

C.

D.

驻车制动器

– 用于剪草机无人看管之时,或在运输过

程中充当主制动器。

油门踏板 –

合上 OPC 操纵杆后,控制发动机的转速。

推动杆 (+)侧增加发动机转速。推动杆 (-)侧降低

发动机转速。

操作员在场控制器操纵杆 –

合上操纵杆可以增加发动

机转速,从而合上离心离合器。释放操纵杆返回到发

动机怠速状态。起动发动机时,必须断开操纵杆。

发动机开关 –

发动机开关可启用和停用点火系统。发

动机开关处于 “ON (开)” 位置时,发动机运转。将

发动机开关转动到 “OFF(关)” 位置时,发动机停止。

A

J

P

N

D

B

C

图 2A

D

OFF

ON

图 2B zh-7

2 控制装置

E.

F.

阻风门杆 -

阻风门杆用于开启和关闭化油器的阻风

门。“CLOSED (关闭)” 位置可为起动冷态发动机增

大燃油混合气的浓度。“OPEN (开启)” 位置可为起

动后操作和重新起动热态发动机提供合适的燃油混合

气。

燃油开关 -

燃油阀开启和关闭燃油箱与化油器之间的

连接。燃油开关必须处于 “ON (开)” 位置,使发动

机运转。不使用发动机时,将燃油开关扳至 “OFF

(关)” 位置,以防化油器溢油,减小漏油的可能性。

注意

在向后倾翻剪草机准备调节之前,请将燃油开关扳至

“OFF (关)” 位置,以防燃油泄漏到曲轴箱中。

G.

H.

牵引离合杆 -

离合杆指向前 (G

2

) 即断开牵引驱动力,

让牵引鼓进入 “ 自由轮 ” 状态。离合杆指向后 (G

1

合上离合。

) 即

滚刀离合杆-

离合杆向上(H

1

)合上滚刀驱动机构。离合

杆向下 (H

2

) 分离滚刀。

!

警告

为防止人身伤害或财产损失,发动机在运行时或 OPC

操纵杆合上时,请勿进行滚刀或牵引离合杆的合上操

纵。

!

危险

保持手脚远离剪草装置,防止被严重划伤。

J.

发动机停止按钮 -

用于关闭发动机。推下开关,可停

用发动机点火开关,向上拉动开关则可进行正常操

作。

H

1

H

2

F

OFF

ON

E

G

H

G

2

图 2C

G

1

图 2D zh-8

安装 3

3 安装

3.1 概述 ____________________________________________________________________________

剪草机的装配和测试始终应由熟悉设备操作的熟练技术员

进行。

开始装配之前,请通读并确定已经熟悉各项说明。时刻警

惕隐患,遵守所有安全预防措施。

机器的前部、后部、左部、右部以面向前部的操作员的座

位为参考。

本产品未附带的配件必须单独订购。请参阅随安装配件和

零部件提供的说明。

!

小心

除非您熟悉此类型的设备并了解如何正确操作所有控

制装置,否则请勿尝试操作本机器。

本机装运时已组装好。开箱后,请进行初始检验、操作检

查,并测试操作员在场控制器 (OPC)。

3.2 初始检验 ________________________________________________________________________

!

小心

仅在关闭发动机且所有液体均已冷却时执行初始检查。

请分离所有驱动,接合驻车制动器,关闭发动机。

1. 目视检查整个机器,查看有无磨损痕迹、固定件松动

迹象及运输途中零部件受损的情况。

2. 检查油漆和贴标有无受损或划痕。贴标上印有重要的

操作和安全信息。更换所有缺失或难以辨识的贴标。

3. 检查发动机油位,发动机冷却后是否处在满位刻度

线。

4. 目视检查有无燃油或机油泄漏。

5. 检验润滑点是否正确润滑。

3.3 操作检查 ________________________________________________________________________

初始检验后,测试机器是否正常工作。

1. 测试操作员在场控制器。(第 4.4 节)

2. 起动机器,检查控制器是否按照说明进行工作。(第

3.2 节)

3. 操作之后,停机并重新检验有无燃油或机油泄漏。 zh-9

3 安装

3.4 操作员在场控制器 (OPC)________________________________________________________

1. OPC 系统用于保护操作员和其他人员,防止人员受

伤。操作员松开操作员在场控制器操纵杆后,OPC 系

统立即停止滚刀和驱动机构的运转。该装置还配有一

个发动机停止 (E-Stop)开关,可在操作员位置关闭

发动机。

!

警告

切勿在 OPC 系统断开或出故障时操作设备。切勿断开任

何开关或将任何开关设为旁路。

2. 测试系统时: a. 用撑脚架支起剪草机。 b. 分离滚刀离合杆 (E)。

3. 起动发动机。 a. 向左滑动操纵杆,接合 OPC 操纵杆。 b. 发动机转速增加,驱动机构进入结合状态,车轮开

始转动。 c. 释放 OPC 操纵杆。必须分离操纵杆,让发动机进

入怠速运转状态,关闭驱动机构。 d. 向下推动 E-stop 开关。发动机必须立即停止转

动。

4. 如果在接合操作员在场控制器操纵杆之前,驱动机构

已接合,或释放操作员在场控制器操纵杆后,驱动机

构仍继续转动,请立即关闭发动机,维修系统。 zh-10

调整 4

4 调整 4.1 概述 ____________________________________________________________________________

!

警告

调节、清洁或修理本设备之前,请始终分离所有驱动

器,拉起驻车制动器,关闭发动机,以防重伤。

进行除化油器调节之外的其他维护时,请拆除火花塞

电线,将电线与火花塞分离,防止意外启动,造成人身

伤害。

2. 对于已磨损或已损坏的部件,请予以更换,不要进行

调节。

3. 长发、首饰或宽松服装可能被缠到运动部件上。

!

小心

请务必小心,防止手和手指被卡夹到机器的运转部件和

固定部件之间。

1. 必须由合格技术人员执行调节和维护工作。如果无法

正常调节,请与 Jacobsen 授权经销商联系。

4. 请勿更改调速器设置或使发动机超速运行。

4.2 滚刀至底刀 ______________________________________________________________________

(调节前检查)

1. 检查滚刀轴承的端隙或游隙。如果滚刀有任何异常运

动 (上下或左右),根据需要调节或更换组件。

!

小心

为避免人身伤害和刀刃受损,装卸滚刀时应极其小心。

2. 检查滚刀刀片和底刀,确保刀刃锋利,无弯曲和缺口。 a. 滚刀刀片和底刀的刀刃必须锋利,无毛刺,无卷刃

痕迹。 b. 底刀和底刀刀座必须牢牢固定住。底刀必须平直

锋利。 c. 底刀正面必须保持至少 1/32 英寸 (0.8 毫米)的

平直表面。请使用标准扁锉修整底刀。

3. 如果滚刀或底刀的磨损或损坏程度无法通过倒磨加以

纠正,则必须重新磨削加工。

4. 适当的滚刀至底刀调节至关重要。滚刀和底刀的整个

长度上必须保留 0.001 至 0.003 英寸 (0.025 至

0.076 毫米)的间隙。

5. 滚刀必须与底刀平行。如不适当调节滚刀,则会过早

地失去锋利刀刃,可能导致滚刀和底刀严重受损。

6. 草地状况也会对调节产生影响。 a. 干燥稀疏的草地需要更宽的间隙,以防生热并损

坏滚刀和底刀。 b. 具有良好含水量的优质草则需要更近的间隙 (接

近零)。

°

°

1/32 英寸

(0.8 毫米)

图 4A zh-11

4 调整

4.3 底刀调整器 ______________________________________________________________________

1. 调节器 (A) 用于增加或减少底刀上的弹簧压力。调节

器 (B) 用于使底刀向滚刀移动或使底刀远离滚刀。

A

2. 多次调节使弹簧完全收缩后,则无法移动底刀。先拧

松调节器 (A) 然后再对调节器 (B) 进行调节。

B

3. 在部分应用中,将弹簧压缩至 1 英寸 (25 毫米)。

图 4B

4.4 底刀 ____________________________________________________________________________

1. 请在调节之前阅读 Section 5.2。

2. 先调节滚刀的前刃,然后调节尾端。

滚刀刀片的前端

是指正常旋转过程中先经过底刀的刀端。

前刃

旋转

图 4C

3. 顺时针旋转调节器 (B) 使底刀靠近滚刀,逆时针旋转

使底刀远离滚刀。 a. 在滚刀刀片与底刀之间,滑移测隙规或塞尺 0.001

~ 0.003 英寸(0.025 ~ 0.075 毫米)。请勿转动

滚刀。 b. 以相同方式调节滚刀的尾端,然后复检前端的调

节。 c. 正确调节滚刀和底刀后,滚刀会自由旋转,如果拿

一张报纸使其与底刀呈 90°,滚刀会按照完整长度

剪切下一条报纸。

!

小心

为避免人身伤害和刀刃受损,装卸滚刀时应极其小心。

4.5 制动器 __________________________________________________________________________

制动器正确调节后,在制动杆顶部进行接合时需要 10 磅

的拉力,释放后必须有 1.50 英寸 (38 毫米)中心距。

1. 在手柄位置进行细微调节。要调节制动器线 , 请拧松螺

母 (H),旋转螺母 (J),然后拧紧螺母 (H)。

2. 如果无法在手柄位置调节,请拆下行走轮,在制动带

位置进行调节。

3. 松开螺钉 (K) 后,拉紧制动拉索以达到所需的制动器

张紧力。拧紧螺钉 (K)。重新调节 (H) 和 (J)。

H

1.50 英寸

(4.6 英寸)

J

K

制动带

图 4D zh-12

调整 4

4.6 剪草高度 ________________________________________________________________________

注:请在设置剪草高度之前确保正确调节底刀。(参阅第

5.4 节)

L

1. 推下撑脚架,将剪草机后翻到手柄上。请勿长时间后

翻剪草机,否则机油可能会流入燃烧室。

2. 拧松两侧的螺母 (M),让旋钮 (L) 恰好可以提升前滚轮

或梳理辊。将两侧抬到相同高度。

3. 将量规螺钉 (P) 设置到希望的剪草高度 (O)。测量从

规杆 (N) 到螺钉头 (P) 底面的距离,然后上紧蝶形螺

母以锁定调节。

4. 在滚筒外端附近,将规杆放入前滚筒与牵引滚筒。

5. 将螺钉头滑入到底刀 (Q) 上方,并调节旋钮 (L) 让滚

轮与规杆处于刚好结合的位置。拧紧螺母 (M)。

6. 对滚刀的另一端重复第 4 步和第 5 步,然后上紧螺母

(M)。必要时复检和重新调节剪草高度。

N

O

M

P

Q

图 4E

4.7 皮带调节 ________________________________________________________________________

1. 皮带 (A) 的张紧通过加载有怠轮 (F) 的弹簧进行调节。

无需进行调节。

E

D

注意

为防止皮带永久受损,请勿扭曲、折叠、弯曲或过度绑

紧皮带。

F

2. 要调节皮带 (B) 或 (C),请将 5/16-18 x 3-1/4 英寸六

角头螺钉 (K) 装入张紧支架 (P),轴承支架和 5/16-18

六角螺母 (N),不要拧紧。将 5/16-18 x 1 英寸六角头

螺钉 (L) 和 5/16-18 六角螺母 (N) 装入轴承支架的底

部 (G)。拧松螺母 (E)。 a. 将底刀规杆 (H) 置于滚轮的上方螺钉 (L) 的下方。

拧紧螺钉 (L) ,直到皮带 (B) 在中部承受 12.2 ~

15.2 磅(5.5 ~ 7.4 千克)负荷时的形变量为 1/10

英寸 (2.5 毫米)。 b. 拧紧螺钉 (K),直到皮带 (C) 在中部承受 3.5 ~ 6.3

磅(1.59 ~ 2.86 千克)负荷时的形变量为 9/64 英

寸 (3.5 毫米)。 c. 拧紧螺钉 (E) 并卸下 5/16-18 x 1 英寸螺钉 (L) 和

下螺母 (N)。

Note:

调节过程结束后,可以将 5/16-18 x 3-1/4 英寸

螺钉 (K) 和上螺母 (N) 留在原来的位置上,不会影响

机器的运行。

3. 将固定件 (L 和 N) 存放到安全位置,以备后用。

M

K

H

L

N

A

G

F

C

B

图 4F zh-13

4 调整

4.8 手柄 ____________________________________________________________________________

1. 为调节手柄杆 (Y) 的角度,请松开剪草机两侧的螺钉

(W),将手柄杆调节到所需位置。

2. 调节手柄杆后,调节支架 (X),使手柄杆停在支架的槽

孔底部。拧紧螺钉 (W)。

X

W

Y

图 4G zh-14

调整 4

4.9 扭矩规格说明 ____________________________________________________________________

注意

表中的所有扭矩值均是近似值,仅供参考。使用这些扭矩值时,风险自负。Jacobsen 不对使用下表而产生的任何损

失、索赔或损坏负责。使用任何扭矩值时始终应极其小心。

除有另行说明外,Jacobsen 均以 5 级大帽螺栓为标准。为上紧大帽螺栓,请使用所给定的润滑数值。

美国国家标准固定件

尺寸 单位

#6-32

#8-32

#10-24

#10-32

#12-24

1/4-20

1/4-28

5/16-18

5/16-24

3/8-16

3/8-24 in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) in-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm)

75 (8.4)

85 (9.6)

157 (17.7)

173 (19.5)

23 (31.1)

26 (35.2)

润滑

5 级

未润滑

20 (2.3)

24 (2.7)

35 (4.0)

40 (4.5)

50 (5.7)

100 (11.3)

115 (13.0)

210 (23.7)

230 (26.0)

31 (42.0)

35 (47.4)

107 (12.1)

120 (13.5)

220 (24.8)

245 (27.6)

32 (43.3)

37 (50.1)

润滑

8 级

未润滑

30 (3.4)

45 (5.1)

50 (5.7)

65 (7.3)

143 (16.1)

163 (18.4)

305 (34.4)

325 (36.7)

44 (59.6)

50 (67.8)

公制固定件

尺寸 单位

7/16-14

7/16-20

1/2-13

1/2-20

9/16-12

9/16-18

5/8-11

5/8-18

3/4-10

3/4-16

7/8-14 ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm) ft-lb (Nm)

润滑

37 (50.1)

42 (56.9)

57 (77.2)

64 (86.7)

82 (111)

92 (124)

113 (153)

128 (173)

200 (271)

223 (302)

355 (481)

5 级

未润滑

50 (67.8)

55 (74.6)

75 (101)

85 (115)

109 (148)

122 (165)

151 (204)

170 (230)

266 (360)

298 404

473 (641)

润滑

53 (71.8)

59 (80.0)

80 (108)

90 (122)

115 (156)

129 (174)

159 (215)

180 (244)

282 (382)

315 (427)

500 (678)

8 级

未润滑

70 (94.9)

78 (105)

107 (145)

120 (162)

154 (209)

172 (233)

211 (286)

240 (325)

376 (509)

420 (569)

668 (905)

8.8

10.9

12.9

铝制非临界

固定件

M4

M5

M6

M8

M10

M12

M14

尺寸 单位

Nm (in-lb)

Nm (in-lb)

Nm (in-lb)

Nm (in-lb)

Nm (ft-lb)

Nm (ft-lb)

Nm (ft-lb)

润滑

1.80 (16)

3.05 (27)

7.41 (65)

14.7 (11)

25.6 (19)

40.8 (30)

4.6

未润滑

2.40 (21)

4.07 (36)

9.98 (88)

19.6 (14)

34.1 (25)

54.3 (40)

润滑

4.63 (41)

7.87 (69)

19.1 (69)

37.8 (29)

66.0 (48)

105 (77)

未润滑

6.18 (54)

10.5 (93)

25.5 (226)

50.5 (37)

88.0 (65)

140 (103)

润滑

6.63 (59)

11.3 (102)

27.3 (241)

54.1 (40)

94.5 (70)

150 (110)

未润滑

8.84 (78)

15.0 (133)

36.5 (323)

72.2 (53)

125 (92)

200 (147)

润滑

3.83 (34)

7.75 (68)

13.2 (117)

32.0 (283)

63.3 (46)

110 (81)

175 (129)

未润滑

5.11 (45)

10.3 (910

17.6 (156)

42.6 (377)

84.4 (62)

147 (108)

234 (172)

2.0 (18)

4.0 (35)

6.8 (60)

17.0 (150)

33.9 (25)

61.0 (45)

94.9 (70) zh-15

5

5 注意

注意 zh-16

交货前检查清单

产品编号 63281,Greens King ™ 518A 序列号

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产品编号 63282, Greens King ™ 522A 序列号

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产品编号 63285,Greens King ™ 526A 序列号

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剪草机——————————————————

检查: o

制动器调整 o

手柄杆角和弹簧调整 o

行走轮安装和固定夹功能 o

牵引离合的操作 o

滚刀离合的操作 o

发动机离合的操作和调整 o

撑脚架的操作 o

所有贴标位置正确,清晰易读 o

OPC o

皮带调整 o

轮胎压力 6 -8 psi (41 - 55 kPa) ( 带 62293 选件 )

发动机——————————————————

检查: o

发动机油液位 o

空气过滤器滤芯和连接

剪草装置 ————————————————

检查: o

底刀螺钉紧固 o

滚刀 - 不应有任何轴向游隙 o

所有紧固件适当上紧

调节下列各项: o

滚刀与底刀间隙 .001 ~ .003 英寸 (.025 ~ .08 毫米)。 o

底刀支撑调整器弹簧张力 o

根据客户要求调整剪草高度

其他检查项 ———————————————

检查: o

检查五金件是否松动或缺少 o

所有润滑点 o

检查油漆面;必要时补漆 o

贴标位置正确,清晰易读 o

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电气系统————————————————— o

发动机开关工作正常

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