s-series and k-series dot – public use lift

s-series and k-series dot – public use lift
S-SERIES
AND K-SERIES
®
®
DOT – PUBLIC USE LIFT
S -S e rie s
K -S erie s
Service Manual
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Australia Patent Nos: 661127;687066;
Canadian Patent Nos: 1,245,603; 2,168,761
Other U.S. and foreign patents pending
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This Ricon service manual is for use by qualified service technicians, and is not intended for use by non-professionals (do-ityourselfers). The manual provides essential instructions and reference information, which supports qualified technicians in the
correct installation and maintenance of Ricon products.
Qualified service technicians have the training and knowledge to
perform maintenance work properly and safely. For the location of
a Ricon Dealer or qualified service technician, call Ricon Product
Support at 1-800-322-2884 or visit our website at
www.riconcorp.com.
“DOT – Public Use Lift” verifies that this platform lift meets the
public use lift requirements of FMVSS no. 403. This lift may be installed on all vehicles appropriate for the size and weight of the lift,
but must be installed on buses, school buses, and multi-purpose
passenger vehicles other than motor homes with a gross vehicle
weight rating (GVWR) that exceeds 10,000 lbs (4,536 kgs).
Customer Name:
Installing Dealer:
Date Installed:
Serial Number:
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Chapter
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
I. INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................... 1-1
A.
B.
C.
D.
RICON FIVE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY .................................................................................... 1-2
SHIPMENT INFORMATION ............................................................................................................ 1-3
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................. 1-3
CUSTOMER ORIENTATION........................................................................................................... 1-3
1. S-SERIES MAJOR LIFT COMPONENTS ................................................................................................. 1-4
2. K-SERIES MAJOR LIFT COMPONENTS ................................................................................................. 1-6
II. INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................................... 2-1
A. MECHANICAL INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................... 2-1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
LIFT LOCATION......................................................................................................................................... 2-1
VEHICLE STRUCTURAL REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................ 2-1
LIFT INSTALLATION GUIDELINES .......................................................................................................... 2-2
LIFT INSTALLATION INTO VANS ............................................................................................................. 2-3
LIFT INSTALLATION INTO BUSES .......................................................................................................... 2-6
B. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................... 2-8
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
INSTALL MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKER ......................................................................................................... 2-9
ROUTE AND CONNECT MAIN POWER CABLE...................................................................................... 2-9
GROUND CONNECTIONS ...................................................................................................................... 2-10
CONTROL PENDANT ............................................................................................................................. 2-11
INSTALLATION OF INTERLOCK DEVICE ............................................................................................. 2-12
C. FINAL ADJUSTMENTS ................................................................................................................ 2-13
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
LIMIT SWITCH ADJUSTMENT................................................................................................................ 2-13
PLATFORM TILT ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................ 2-15
K-SERIES PLATFORM FOLDING LINKAGE ADJUSTMENT ................................................................. 2-15
K-SERIES OUTER ROLLSTOP BARRIER ADJUSTMENT .................................................................... 2-16
PLATFORM PRESSURE SWITCH CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT .......................................................... 2-16
D. VERIFY INSTALLATION............................................................................................................... 2-19
E. SAFETY CHECKLIST FOR VEHICLE MANUFACTURER .......................................................... 2-19
III. MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR .............................................................................................. 3-1
A.
B.
C.
D.
LUBRICATION ................................................................................................................................ 3-1
CLEANING ...................................................................................................................................... 3-1
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE .......................................................................................................... 3-2
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................... 3-3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
LIFT TROUBLESHOOTING....................................................................................................................... 3-3
PUMP SOLENOID LED STATUS INDICATOR ......................................................................................... 3-4
BRIDGEPLATE CABLE ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT............................................................................. 3-4
S-SERIES LIMIT SWITCH STATES .......................................................................................................... 3-5
BRIDGEPLATE ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................. 3-6
STOW-LOCK ADJUSTMENT .................................................................................................................... 3-7
REAR SPRING REPLACEMENT .............................................................................................................. 3-8
HYRDAULIC CYLINDER GLAND NUT AND PISTON REPLACMENT .................................................... 3-9
E. HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ................................................................................................ 3-11
F. ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM................................................................................................ 3-12
1. DIAGRAM LEGENDS .............................................................................................................................. 3-12
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2. WIRING DIAGRAM.................................................................................................................................. 3-14
IV. PARTS DIAGRAMS AND PARTS LISTS .............................................................................. 4-1
1. S-SERIES PUBLIC USE DECALS ............................................................................................................ 4-2
2. K-SERIES PUBLIC USE DECALS ............................................................................................................ 4-3
Appendix: Lift Specifications .......................................................................................................... 4-25
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I.
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
T
he RICON S-Series and K-Series Public Use wheelchair lifts provide wheelchair access to public use vehicles including buses, school buses and large multi-purpose vehicles which are DOT compliant. The patented movement provides a smooth, safe entry and exit and lifts up to 800 pounds (363) kilograms. It is to be operated by a
trained attendant. The lift contains a powerful electro-hydraulic pump that includes a built-in manual backup pump. If
the lift loses electrical power, it can be raised or lowered manually.
The S-Series has a solid, one-piece platform that is raised and folded into the vehicle when stowed. The platform on
the K-Series has a two-piece folding platform that splits horizontally to reduce overall lift height when stowed. This results in a less obstructed view, either into or out of the vehicle. The mechanical linkages provide smooth movement to
both non-skid platforms where the wheelchair and occupant are situated during the “Up” and “Down” lift motions.
This manual contains warranty information, installation instructions; maintenance and repair instructions; troubleshooting guide; parts and diagram lists that apply to Ricon S-Series and K-Series Public Use wheelchair lifts. It is important
to user safety that the lift operator be completely familiar with the operating instructions. Once the lift is installed, it is
very important that the lift be properly maintained by following the Ricon recommended cleaning, lubrication, and inspection instructions.
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RICON PRODUCT SUPPORT
If you have questions about this manual, or additional copies are needed, please contact Ricon Product Support at one
of the following locations:
Ricon Corporation
1135 Aviation Place
San Fernando, CA 91340 ........................................................................................... (818) 267-3000
Outside (818) Area Code ........................................................................................... (800) 322-2884
Website ..............................................................................................................www.riconcorp.com
Vapor Ricon Europe Ltd.
Meadow Lane
Loughborough, Leicestershire .................................................................................... 0044 (9) 1509 635 920
LE 1HS United Kingdom
Website .................................................................................................................................www.riconuk.com
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RICON FIVE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
RICON S-SERIES AND K-SERIES PUBLIC USE WHEELCHAIR LIFTS
FIVE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Ricon Corporation (Ricon) warrants to the original purchaser of this product that Ricon will repair or replace,
at its option, any part that fails due to defective material or workmanship as follows:
• Repair or replace parts for a period of one year from the date of purchase. A complete list of parts covered
by this warranty can be obtained from Ricon Corporation.
• Labor costs for specified parts replaced under this warranty for a period of one year from the date of purchase. A Ricon rate schedule determines the parts covered and labor allowed.
• Repair or replace lift powertrain parts for a period of five years from the date of purchase. A list of parts
covered can be obtained from Ricon Product Support.
If you need to return a product: Return this product to Ricon following the Ricon RMA procedure. Please
give as much advance notice as possible, and allow a reasonable amount of time for repairs.
This warranty does not cover: Malfunction or damage to product parts caused by accident, misuse, lack of
proper maintenance, neglect, improper adjustment, modification, alteration, the mechanical condition of the vehicle, road hazards, overloading, failure to follow operating instructions, or acts of nature (i.e., weather, lightning, flood).
Note: Ricon recommends that this product be inspected by a Ricon dealer or qualified service technician at
least once every six months, or sooner if necessary. Required maintenance should be performed at that time.
WARNING
THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED TO EXACT SPECIFICATIONS.
MODIFICATION OF THIS PRODUCT IN ANY RESPECT CAN BE DANGEROUS.
•
•
This warranty is void if:
The product has been installed or maintained by someone other than a Ricon dealer or qualified service
technician.
The product has been modified or altered in any respect from its original design without written authorization by Ricon.
Ricon disclaims liability for any personal injury or property damage that results from operation of a Ricon product that
has been modified from the original Ricon design. No person or company is authorized to change the design of this
Ricon product without written authorization by Ricon.
Ricon's obligation under this warranty is exclusively limited to the repair or exchange of parts that fail within the applicable warranty period.
Ricon assumes no responsibility for expenses or damages, including incidental or consequential damages. Some
states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply.
Important: The warranty registration card must be completed and returned to Ricon within 20 days after installation
of this Ricon product for the warranty to be valid. The warranty is not transferable.
The warranty gives specific legal rights, and there may be other rights that vary from state to state.
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INTRODUCTION
SHIPMENT INFORMATION
•
When the product is received, unpack the product and check for freight damage. Claims for any damage should be
made to the carrier immediately.
• Verify that the installation kit contains all items listed on the enclosed packing list. Please report any missing items
immediately to Ricon Product Support. The warranty and owner registration cards must be completed and returned
to Ricon within 20 days for the warranty to be valid.
NOTE: The Sales or Service personnel must review the Warranty and this Operator Manual with the user to be certain
that they understand how to safely operate the product. Instruct the user to follow the operating instructions
without exception.
C.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following general safety precautions must be followed during installation, operation, and maintenance:
• Under no circumstances should installation, maintenance, repair, and adjustments be attempted without the immediate presence of a person capable of rendering aid.
• An injury, no matter how slight, should always be attended. Always administer first aid or seek medical attention
immediately.
• Protective eye shields and appropriate clothing should be worn at all times.
• To avoid injury, always exercise caution when operating and be certain that hands, feet, legs, and clothing are not
in the path of product movement.
• Batteries contain acid that can burn. If acid comes in contact with skin, flush affected area with water and wash with
soap immediately.
• Always work in a properly ventilated area. Do not smoke or use an open flame near a battery.
• Do not lay anything metallic on top of a battery.
• Check under vehicle before drilling to avoid drilling into frame, subframe members, wiring, hydraulic lines, brake fluid lines, fuel lines, fuel tank, etc.
• Read and thoroughly understand the operating instructions before attempting to operate.
• Inspect the product before each use. If an unsafe condition is noted, such as unusual noises or movements, do not
use lift until the problem is corrected.
• Never load or stand on the platform until installation is complete. Upon completion of installation, test load the lift to
100% of its rated load capacity.
• Stand clear of doors and platform and keep others clear during operation.
• The product requires regular periodic maintenance. Inspections are recommended at the intervals prescribed in
chapter three. The product must be maintained at the highest level of performance.
D.
CUSTOMER ORIENTATION
IMPORTANT
- Customer Orientation Ricon Sales or Service personnel must review the warranty card and Operator manual
with the customer to be certain they understand how to safely operate the lift. The
customer should be instructed to follow the operating instructions without exception.
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S-SERIES MAJOR LIFT COMPONENTS
The references used throughout this manual are illustrated in Figure 1-1 and defined in the Table 1-1. Refer to
Chapter IV “Parts Diagrams and Lists” for more details.
4
14
15
13
5
16
12
17
2
18
19
20
6
1
23
SEE DETAIL "B"
11
22
3
8
21
10
7
24
9
DETAIL "A"
DETAIL "B"
(REAR VIEW)
CONTROL
PENDANT
RSM0000900
FIGURE 1-1: S-SERIES PUBLIC USE WHEELCHAIR LIFT
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TABLE 1-1: S-SERIES MAJOR COMPONENT TERM DEFINITIONS
REF
1, 2,
3, 4
NAME
Left, Right,
Front, Rear
DESCRIPTION
Position references when the lift is viewed from outside of the vehicle.
Bridgeplate Load
Sensor
Senses if weight is present on the lowered bridgeplate.
Hydraulic Cylinder
(Left and Right) Telescoping, single-acting cylinders convert
hydraulic pressure into platform lifting and folding force.
Hydraulic Power Unit
Contains hydraulic pump driven by an electric motor that produces pressure to raise and fold platform, and a pressure release valve to unfold and
lower platform.
Audible Alarm
(Inside housing for hydraulic unit) Announces when something is passing
over threshold. Activated by threshold beam.
Cycle Counter
Visible at rear of pump housing, it records number of times platform has
deployed from the vehicle floor to ground and stowed back to vehicle floor.
Visual Alarm
Flashing light makes it known when something has passed over threshold.
Activated by threshold beams.
Manual Backup
Pump Handle
Used to operate manual back up-pump (located on hydraulic power unit
inside pump housing).
Stow-Lock Latch
Engages ratchet block located on bottom of bridgeplate when platform is
fully stowed.
13
Baseplate
Assembly
Bolts to vehicle floor; provides secure foundation for lift.
14
Threshold Beams
Light-beams detect presence of objects in threshold area.
15
Serial Number
This is the location of lift serial number decal.
16
Top and Bottom
Arms
(Left and Right) Upper and lower links connecting vertical arm to
baseplate assembly.
17
Vertical Arms
(Left and Right) Connects platform to top and bottom arms.
18
Bridgeplate
(Inboard Rollstop)
Plate that bridges gap between platform and baseplate when platform is at
floor level. Acts as barrier to prevent wheelchair from rolling off of the platform during "Up" and "Down" platform motions.
19
Handrail
(Left and Right) Provides a handhold for standing passenger.
20
Occupant Restraint
Belt
Electrically interlocked safety belt that is intended to prevent acceleration
of wheelchair from platform. Lift will not operate unless belt is properly
connected.
Front Rollstop
Front barrier prevents the wheelchair from inadvertently rolling off of the
platform during lift operation.
Platform
Component of lift where the wheelchair and occupant are situated during
"Up" and "Down" lift motions.
23
Platform Light
(Left and Right) Directs light onto platform surface.
24
Control Pendant
Hand-held device controls platform motions.
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
21
22
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2.
K-SERIES MAJOR COMPONENTS
The terms used throughout this manual are illustrated in Figure 1-2 and defined in Table 1-2. Refer to the parts
diagrams and lists in Chapter IV for more details.
4
14
15
13
5
16
12
17
2
18
19
20
6
1
23
11
SEE DETAIL "B"
22
3
8
22
7
24
9
DETAIL "A"
DETAIL "B"
(REAR VIEW)
CONTROL
PENDANT
RSM0001400
FIGURE 1-2: K-SERIES PUBLIC USE WHEELCHAIR LIFT
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TABLE 1-2: K-SERIES MAJOR COMPONENT TERM DEFINITIONS
REF
1, 2,
3, 4
NAME
Left, Right,
Front, Rear
DESCRIPTION
Position references when the lift is viewed from outside of the vehicle.
Bridgeplate Load
Sensor
Senses if weight is present on the lowered bridgeplate.
Hydraulic Cylinder
(Left and Right) Telescoping, single-acting cylinders convert
hydraulic pressure into platform lifting and folding force.
Hydraulic Power Unit
Contains hydraulic pump driven by an electric motor that produces pressure to raise and fold platform, and a pressure release valve to unfold and
lower platform.
Audible Alarm
(Inside housing for hydraulic unit) Announces when something is passing
over threshold. Activated by threshold beam.
Cycle Counter
Visible at rear of pump housing, it records number of times platform has
deployed from the vehicle floor to ground and stowed back to vehicle floor.
Visual Alarm
Flashing light makes it known when something has passed over threshold.
Activated by threshold beams.
Manual Backup
Pump Handle
Used to operate manual back up-pump (located on hydraulic power unit
inside pump housing).
Stow-Lock Latch
Engages ratchet block located on bottom of bridgeplate when platform is
fully stowed.
13
Baseplate
Assembly
Bolts to vehicle floor; provides secure foundation for lift.
14
Threshold Beams
Light-beams detect presence of objects in threshold area.
15
Serial Number
This is the location of lift serial number decal.
16
Top and Bottom
Arms
(Left and Right) Upper and lower links connecting vertical arm to
baseplate assembly.
17
Vertical Arms
(Left and Right) Connects platform to top and bottom arms.
18
Bridgeplate
(Inboard Rollstop)
Plate that bridges gap between platform and baseplate when platform is at
floor level. Acts as barrier to prevent wheelchair from rolling off of the platform during "Up" and "Down" platform motions.
19
Handrail
(Left and Right) Provides a handhold for standing passenger.
20
Occupant Restraint
Belt
Electrically interlocked safety belt that is intended to prevent acceleration
of wheelchair from platform. Lift will not operate unless belt is properly
connected.
Front Rollstop
Front barrier prevents the wheelchair from inadvertently rolling off of the
platform during lift operation.
Front Platform
Section
Front portion of platform that unfolds during deploy and folds during stow.
See “Platform folding linkage”.
Platform Hinges
Three hinges provide a flexible connection between front and rear platform
sections.
Rear Platform
Rear portion of platform that is folded by linkage located within the vertical arms.
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
21
22
23
24
Section
25
Platform Folding
Linkage
(Left and Right) Links that cause front platform section to unfold as it deploys or fold as it stows.
26
Platform Light
(Left and Right) Directs light onto platform surface.
27
Control Pendant
Hand-held device controls platform motions.
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II.
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
T
his chapter contains instructions for installing the RICON S-Series and K-Series Public Use wheelchair lift into
most vans and busses, although custom installations are also possible in other types of vehicles. Due to the wide
range of lift applications, specific information for every possible application is not available. The following general
procedures will apply to most installations. Contact Ricon Product Support for instruction concerning installations not
covered. To install lift, refer to following sections and perform procedures carefully and in the order that they are presented. Be certain that installation instructions are followed exactly and do not eliminate any steps or modify product.
NOTE: Please review carefully the installation instructions (32ii399e) that are supplied with this lift before beginning the
following procedures. Where these procedures conflict, the installation instructions take precedence.
A.
GENERAL MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
1.
LIFT LOCATION
The installation surface must be flat and level. It is recommended that lift be installed on a ½", minimum, highgrade plywood sub-floor. However, this additional installation height may not be acceptable in cases where overhead clearance is limited.
Refer to Figure 2-1.
NOTE: Check for proper travel clearance through doorway.
a. With doors fully open, place/position lift in vehicle doorway as close as possible to door, with lift's baseplate
assembly parallel to side of vehicle.
b. Allow a distance of 3/4", if possible, between door and the part of lift closest to it. Adjust lift left and rightside locations to accommodate subframe members.
c. Verify proper clearance of door frame, passenger seats, and outer edge of vehicle floor and possible interference with wires, fluid lines, subframe members, etc.
2.
VEHICLE STRUCTURAL REQUIREMENTS
The following figures and text provide installation guidelines for the RICON S-Series and K-Series Public Use
wheelchair lift into most vans and busses. Adherence to these requirements will verify that the lift installation conforms to the requirements of FMVSS 403 and 404.
a.
VEHICLE DOOR OPENING DIMENSIONAL REQUIREMENTS in inches and [millimeters].
MODEL
S2005
S2010
S5005
S5010
S5505
S5510
K2005
K2010
K5005
K5010
K5505
K5510
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B (Height)
C (Floor-To-Ground)
40.5 [1029]
43.0 [1092]
40.5 [1029]
43.0 [1092]
40.5 [1029]
43.0 [1092]
40.5 [1029]
43.0 [1092]
40.5 [1029]
43.0 [1092]
40.5 [1029]
43.0 [1092]
55.0 [1397]
55.0 [1397]
55.0 [1397]
55.0 [1397]
58.0 [1473]
58.0 [1473]
55.0 [1397]
55.0 [1397]
55.0 [1397]
55.0 [1397]
58.0 [1473]
58.0 [1473]
42.0 [1067]
42.0 [1067]
48.0 [1219]
48.0 [1219]
51.0 [1295]
51.0 [1295]
37.0 [940]
37.0 [940]
43.0 [1092]
43.0 [1092]
48.0 [1219]
48.0 [1219]
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A
B
VEHICLE DOOR OPENING
VEHICLE FLOOR LEVEL
GROUND LEVEL
C
RSM0002400
FIGURE 2-1: DOOR OPENING REQUIREMENTS
b.
VEHICLE FLOOR STRENGTH REQUIREMENTS
Rated Load: 800 lbs
Standard Load: 600 lbs
Standard Load Test: 1800 lbs
MODEL
L1
L2
A*
B **
C
S2000 w/51” platform
11”
36.25
-5930
7730
1800
S2000 w/54” platform
11”
37.75
-6180
7980
1800
S5000 w/51” platform
11”
41.50”
-6790
8590
1800
S5000 w/54” platform
11”
43.00”
-7040
8840
1800
* Negative numbers (column A) indicate tensile load pulling upward at the inboard edge mounting holes of
the base plate.
** Positive numbers (column B) indicate compressive load pushing floor downward at the outboard edge
mounting holes of the base plate.
A
C
B
L1
L2
RSM0006800
FIGURE 2-2: FLOOR STRENGTH REQUIREMENTS
3.
LIFT INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
The lift mounting is a very important step. Improper mounting or fastening of baseplate can adversely affect lift performance. Although fastening details may vary from one vehicle to the next, these general principles apply:
 Be certain that all mounting bolts are properly installed and tightened. Bolts used to fasten baseplate assembly
to vehicle floor must have a minimum strength rating of SAE Grade 5 and be torqued to 28 ft lbs, dry. Recognize that the most important bolts are those along the rear of lift, since these bolts retain the majority of the
load.
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 Refer to Figures 2-3 and 2-7. Improper torquing sequence of baseplate bolts may result in a warped or bowed
baseplate, which can cause platform to move erratically.
CORRECT
BOWED UP
BOWED DOWN
TIGHTEN HERE
LOOSE N HERE
LOOSE N HERE
TIGHTEN HERE
RSM0004800
FIGURE 2-3: FORD VAN CLAMPING BAR ARRANGEMENT
 Refer to Figure 2-4. On Ford van installations, clamping bars are used to help evenly distribute floor loading
and should only be cut if needed to clear a subframe member. A subframe member must be used to support
clamping bar.
VEHICLE FLOOR
CLAMPING BAR
SUBFRAME MEMBER
MINIMUM UNSUPPORTED
CLAMPING BAR LENGTH
12”
CLAMPING BAR SUPPORTED BY
SUBFRAME WHERE POSSIBLE
RSM0004000
FIGURE 2-4: FORD VAN CLAMPING BAR ARRANGEMENT
4.
LIFT INSTALLATION INTO VANS
This is a general procedure for installing Ricon lifts into Ford, Dodge, and Chevrolet full size vans.
a. Refer to Figure 2-5. Use four 1" x 3/8" bolts, 3/8" washers, 3/8" lock washers, and 3/8" hex nuts to assemble two bracket assembly kits.
NOTE: The top bracket must overlap bottom bracket, and both slots must face outward.
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TOP BRACKET
(LEVEL WITH VEHICLE FLOOR)
TWO PER BRACKET ASSEMBLY
VEHICLE STEPWELL
BOTTOM BRACKET
RSM0004100
FIGURE 2-5: STEPWELL BRACKET
b. Position brackets on stepwell and adjust height of both bracket assemblies so that top bracket is level with
vehicle floor. Tighten bracket assembly bolts.
c. Verify that lift is fully folded (stowed) with handrails folded tight against vertical arms. If necessary, use
manual pump.
WARNING
LIFT WEIGHT IS APPROXIMATELY 340 - 370 LBS. USE EXTREME CARE WHEN POSITIONING BECAUSE
STEPWELL BRACKETS MAY TIP. THIS PROCEDURE MUST NOT BE ATTEMPTED BY ONE PERSON.
d. Refer to Figure 2-6. With doors fully open, position lift in vehicle doorway so that back of lift is supported
by vehicle floor, and front of lift is supported by both bracket assemblies.
LIFT FRONT
LIFT REAR
BRACKET ASSEMBLY
VEHICLE FLOOR
RSM0004200
FIGURE 2-6: BRACKET ASSEMBLY
e. Fasten Baseplate to Floor:
NOTE: If Ricon power door operators are used, install them first. They may influence location of lift.
F Be certain baseplate is flush against vehicle floor. The baseplate may be slightly offset in door opening to
provide proper clearance for passenger seats.
F Before drilling, verify that lift position does not interfere with closing of vehicle doors or operation of passenger seats.
F If this lift is being installed in a Dodge van with sliding doors, omit the bolts in baseplate holes 7 and 8.
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INSTALLATION
Mark and Drill Holes:
CAUTION
Before drilling holes, verify that underlying wires and tubing will not be damaged.
1) Refer to Figure 2-7. Mark and drill five 25/64" baseplate mounting holes (1, 2, 3, 4, and 5) through vehicle floor. (On Dodge and GM vans, you must drill through vehicle floor and subframe).
2) Place five 8" x 3/8" carriage bolts (use 4" x 3/8" bolts on Ford vans) into holes to secure position.
RSM0004300
FIGURE 2-7: VAN BASEPLATE HOLES
3) Refer to Figure 2-8 on the following page. Match and align top holes of stepwell brackets 6, 7, 8, and
9, with baseplate holes 6, 7, 8, and 9. Mark lower stepwell bracket holes 10, 11, 12, and 13 onto vehicle step.
4) Remove five carriage bolts installed in step 2). Carefully push lift into vehicle interior.
5) Drill 1/4" dia holes through marked locations 10, 11, 12, and 13.
VEHICLE REAR
VEHICLE FRONT
RSM0004400
FIGUR FIGURE 2-8: STEPWELL BRACKET HOLE LOCATIONS
g. Fasten Bracket Assemblies and Lift:
1) Use 1-1/2" x 5/16" sheet metal screws with 5/16" lock washers to secure lower brackets to vehicle step
holes 10 through 13.
NOTE: If the screw in position 13 interferes with proper door operation, do not install.
2) Reposition lift and verify that surface beneath lift is free of obstacles.
3) Insert five 8" x 3/8" carriage bolts through mounting holes at rear of baseplate assembly, and insert four
1-1/2" x 3/8" carriage bolts through baseplate and bracket assemblies. Place 3/8" washers, lock washers, and nuts under bracket assemblies, and finger tighten nuts.
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NOTE: On Dodge and GM vans, place five 4" x 4" plates, 3/8" washers, lock washers and hex nuts on 8" x 3/8"
carriage bolts under van and finger tighten. On Ford models, reinforce vehicle floor with clamping bars.
They are installed in positions 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 and run across width of baseplate towards center of van.
4) Before tightening carriage bolts, verify that lift is level with vehicle floor. Adjust bracket assembly bolts if
necessary.
5) Tilting lift towards inside of van may hinder its initial unfolding. Install lift with its baseplate assembly as
level as possible. Tightening carriage bolts requires special care to keep baseplate assembly from
warping when secured to vehicle floor. If baseplate assembly warps, the vertical arms will not be parallel. Make corrections by shimming at appropriate locations. To help prevent warping, tighten the eight
carriage bolts (six on Dodge van with sliding door) to 28 ft. lbs. in the appropriate sequence:
DODGE WITH SWING DOORS, ALL FORD AND GM VANS .......... 3, 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
DODGE WITH SLIDING DOORS ............................................................... 3, 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 9
NOTE: Vertical arms must be parallel for proper operation. Adjust bolts as required. Best results are obtained
when lift is mounted on plywood. Shims, although best avoided, may be used if required.
6) Make certain that holes 14 and 15 on the front of each bracket assembly are drilled through, and 5/16"
bolts are inserted to lock position of bracket assemblies.
5.
LIFT INSTALLATION INTO BUSES
Refer to Figure 2-9. Clamping bars are used on most bus installations to help distribute floor loading, and should
only be cut if needed to clear a subframe member. A subframe member should be used to support clamping bar.
VEHICLE FLOOR
CLAMPING BAR
SUBFRAME MEMBER
MINIMUM UNSUPPORTED
CLAMPING BAR LENGTH
12”
CLAMPING BAR SUPPORTED BY
SUBFRAME WHERE POSSIBLE
RSM0004500
FIGURE 2-9: BUS CLAMPING BAR ARRANGEMENT
WARNING
LIFT WEIGHT IS APPROXIMATELY 340-370 LBS. TAKE EXTREME CARE WHEN POSITIONING BECAUSE
STEPWELL BRACKETS MAY TIP. THIS PROCEDURE MUST NOT BE ATTEMPTED BY ONE PERSON.
a. Open doors fully and position lift so that it is centered in vehicle doorway. Close doors and move lift outward until it clears doors by a minimum of ½”. The baseplate must be parallel to side of bus. Open manual
pump release valve (CCW) and allow folded platform to fully settle against latch on baseplate. Verify that
interference is not present between lift and doors. Reposition lift, if necessary. Close pump release valve;
do not overtighten valve.
b. Refer to Figure 2-10. Mark and drill ten 25/64" baseplate mounting holes (1 thru 10) through vehicle floor.
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RSM0004600
FIGURE 2-10: BUS BASEPLATE HOLES
CAUTION
Before drilling holes, verify that underlying wires and tubing will not be damaged.
c.
Fasten Lift:
1) Insert ten 4" x 3/8" carriage bolts through baseplate and vehicle floor.
2) Refer to Figure 2-9. Install five clamping bars on bolts underneath vehicle floor (across baseplate), i.e.,
from 1 to 6, 2 to 7, etc, and secure lift to vehicle floor with 3/8" washers, lock washers and hex-nuts.
3) Use care when tightening carriage screws to prevent baseplate warpage. If baseplate assembly warps,
vertical arms will not be parallel. Make corrections by shimming at appropriate locations. To help prevent warping, tighten the eight carriage bolts to 28 ft. lbs. in the following sequence:
3, 8, 2, 4, 7, 9, 1, 5, 6, 10
NOTE: Vertical arms must be parallel for proper operation. Adjust bolts as required. Best results are obtained
when lift is mounted on plywood. Shims, although best avoided, may be used if required.
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CAUTION
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Do not route any wire while it is connected to the battery.
Route wires clear of moving parts, brake lines, and the exhaust system. Secure to the vehicle.
When routing an electrical wire through vehicle floor or walls, use a grommet to protect wires from chafing.
Check underside of vehicle before drilling to avoid damage to fuel lines, vent lines, brake lines, or wiring.
8 AMP CIRCUIT BREAKER
30 AMP CIRCUIT BREAKER
MAIN POWER HARNESS
CONNECTED TO
TOP OF PUMP MOTOR
PCB ASSEMBLY
TWS JUMPER
PUMP ASSEMBLY
CHASSIS
GROUND STRAP
CONNECTED TO
PUMP BLOCK
B
MOTOR TERMINAL BOOT
MAIN POWER HARNESS
CONNECTED TO
12V SOLENOID
MAIN MODULE HARNESS
CONNECTIONS TO PCB
KIT P/N 37152 SHIPPED WITH PUMP HANDLE
ATTACH TO TERMINAL
1.45” W BUSBAR
4 AWG POWER CABLE:
POSITION INPUT
SWITCH ASSEMBLY
LONG CABLE CONNECTED
BETWEEN MAIN CIRCUIT
BREAKER AND POSITIVE
CONNECTION BLOCK
12V SOLENOID
GROUND STRAP
CONNECTED TO
VEHICLE CHASSIS
90 AMP MAIN
CIRCUIT BREAKER
12V SOLENOID
MAIN BUSBAR
B
A
POSITIVE CONNECTION
BLOCK
4 AWG POWER CABLE:
A
SHORT CABLE NOT TO EXCEED 12”,
CONNECTED BETWEEN BATTERY (OR
MAIN POWER SOURCE) AND MAIN
CIRCUIT BREAKER
MOTOR TERMINAL BOOT
FACTORY INSTALLED ON PUMP
4 AWG GROUND CABLE
FROM BATTERY TERMINAL
RSM0028001
FIGURE 2-11: ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION DIAGRAM
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INSTALLATION
INSTALL MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKER
a. Disconnect battery.
b. Mount main circuit breaker inside engine compartment within 12 inches of battery (to minimize length of unprotected cable). Avoid installing near a heat source.
2.
ROUTE AND CONNECT MAIN POWER CABLE
CAUTION
Check under-side of vehicle before drilling to avoid damage to fuel lines, vent lines, brake lines, or wiring.
NOTE: For applications where power cable is to pass through sheet metal, drill a 3/4" hole and use wire clamp provided. For applications where cable is to pass through plywood, drill a 1" hole and use black plastic grommet provided.
a. Refer to Figure 2-12. Drill a hole through the vehicle floor near the positive connection block (stud on the
side of the pump chassis that is attached to the main bus bar) so power cable can be connected. Drill hole
where the installed pump cover will cover it.
MAIN POWER
CABLE
12V SOLENOID
12V SOLENOID
VEHICLE CHASSIS
GROUND STRAP
MAIN BUS BAR
“A”
POSITIVE CONNECTION
BLOCK
1.88”
“B”
“A”: 0.75 DIAMETER FOR FLOOR METAL
1.00 DIAMETER FOR OTHER MATERIAL
“B”: 30” PLATFORM WIDTH = 1.25”
32” PLATFORM WIDTH = 2.25”
RSB0002900
FIGURE 2-12: POWER CABLE ACCESS HOLE
b. Install supplied heavy ring terminals to each end of the short (12" long) 4 AWG power cable. Install one
ring terminal, only, to one end of long power cable. Use an appropriate crimp tool (such as Ricon hammer
tool, part of kit P/N 01243).
c. Connect ring terminal end of long 4 AWG power cable to 90A main circuit breaker, then route power cable
underneath vehicle floor and up through hole in floor.
d. Tie power cable to vehicle chassis, using cable ties. Avoid pinch points, exhaust system, moving parts, and
brake lines. Verify that power cable is secure.
CAUTION
Be sure that there is no interference with any parts that
could damage power cable or other wires in any way.
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e. Refer to Figure 2-13. Cut excess wire from long cable, install heavy ring terminal, and then connect to positive connection block. Verify that red wire from main circuit breaker (if applicable) is connected to positive
connection block.
MAIN POWER CABLE
CONNECTION TO TOP
OF PUMP MOTOR
POSITIVE CONNECTION BLOCK
MAIN POWER CABLE
CONNECTION TO
12V SOLENOID
4 AWG POWER CABLE
CONNECTION TO BATTERY
RSM0003000
FIGURE 2-13: CABLE ROUTING
f.
Connect 12" cable, with ring terminals, from positive battery terminal to main circuit breaker terminal.
3.
GROUND CONNECTIONS
a. Refer to Figure 2-14. Locate 4GA ground cable that is pre-installed then install ground cable to vehicle
chassis. Avoid pinch points, exhaust system, moving parts, and brake lines. Verify that ground cable is secure.
GREEN WIRE CONNECTED
TO 8 AMP CIRCUIT BREAKER
BLACK WIRE (THICK) CONNECTED
TO PCB (GND T3)
BLACK WIRE (THIN) CONNECTED
TO LEFT SIDE HANDRAIL LIGHTS
GROUND CABLE
CONNECTED TO PUMP BLOCK
BLACK WIRE (THIN) CONNECTED
TO RIGHT SIDE HANDRAIL LIGHTS
GROUND CABLE CONNECT
TO VEHICLE CHASSIS
RSM0003100
FIGURE 2-14: GROUND CABLE
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b. Refer to Figure 2-14. Ensure other wires that are fasted with the ground cable are secure and remain connected after installation.
c.
12 VDC Systems
12 VDC powered lifts are chassis grounded and do not require a separate ground cable connection to battery. However, if the common side of the lift electrical system is connected to chassis with a cable, the cable must be attached in a manner that provides a reliable electrical connection. If ground cable is attached
to an existing ground circuit, the circuit must be capable of conducting an additional 90 amps.
d. 24 VDC Systems
1) Ricon recommends that a dedicated ground cable be used in 24 VDC installations. A 4GA cable, or
heavier, must be used.
2) Refer to Figure 2-15. The ground cable is connected from the negative stud (-) on pump motor to the
negative battery terminal.
4.
CONTROL PENDANT
a. Refer to Figure 2-15. Remove pump cover to gain access to PCB assembly then insert six-pin connector
with cord through pump cover and chassis assembly openings.
b. Refer to Figure 2-15. Install six pin connector of hand-held control pendant to J23 input connector of PCB.
c.
Slide pump cover back onto pump assembly chassis.
CONTROL PENDANT
CORD
SCREW
PCB ASSEMBLY
6 PIN CONNECTOR
PUMP CHASSIS
J23 CONNECTOR
PUMP COVER
RSM0003200
FIGURE 2-15: CONTROL PENDANT
d. Refer to Figure 2-15. Install screw to secure control pendant bracket to pump assembly chassis.
CAUTION
Be sure that harness does not interfere with any moving
parts, or binds against any parts, or is pinched in any way.
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5.
INSTALLATION OF INTERLOCK DEVICE
The supplied interlock device must be installed to prevent operation of the lift or vehicle when it is unsafe to do so.
The S and K-Series lifts provide an electrical interlock signal to the vehicle that prevents movement of the vehicle
unless the platform is fully stowed. The interlock control also supplies power to the lift only when the vehicle parking brake is set and the transmission is in PARK.
NOTE: A 30-amp circuit breaker is located within the lift as a circuit protection device. The circuit interface used by
the installer must be capable of carrying an additional 30 amps of continuous current.
Refer to Figure 2-16. The interlock installation kit provides a display panel for mounting on the vehicle dashboard.
The figure shows an LED display panel. The Lift Power LED lights green when the vehicle transmission is in PARK
and the parking brake is set. While the LED is green the lift is lowered and the platform can be deployed. The Not
Stowed LED lights red when the platform is not fully stowed into the vehicle. While the LED is red the transmission
cannot be shifted out of PARK.
NOT STOWED
(RED)
LIFT POWER
(GREEN)
RSM0005100
FIGURE 2-16: INTERLOCK DISPLAY PANEL
The installer must verify that none of the original equipment circuit breakers, fuses, or solenoids are bypassed, removed, or altered. Be sure that no wires are left frayed or hanging loose after installation of the interlock device. If
you have any questions concerning the proper installation of this interlock device, please contact our Product Support department.
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INSTALLATION
FINAL ADJUSTMENTS
1.
LIMIT SWITCH ADJUSTMENT
Refer to Figures 2-17, 2-18, and the following procedure.
NOTE: To avoid operational “dead-spots”, adjust DEPLOY CUTOFF SWITCH before UP CUTOFF SWITCH.
NOTE: When loosening adjustment screws, apply enough pressure to screw to move block instead of screw.
(The block might stick if insufficient pressure is applied to screw.)
UP CUTOFF SWITCH
UP CUTOFF
ADJUSTMENT SCREW
CAM
STOW STATUS SWITCH
STOW STATUS
ACTUATOR
LOWER CAM
LOBE
DEPLOY CUTOFF
ADJUSTMENT SCREW
DEPLOY CUTOFF SWITCH
RSM0003300
FIGURE 2-17: LIMIT SWITCH ADJUSTMENT DIAGRAM
a. Fully DEPLOY platform.
b. Adjust UP CUTOFF ADJUSTMENT SCREW and DEPLOY CUTOFF ADJUSTMENT SCREW 6-8 turns
counterclockwise (CCW) and then push screws FORWARD.
c. Cycle platform to STOW then DEPLOY.
d. When in DEPLOY position, platform should stop at an angle and NOT even with vehicle floor. If not, turn
DEPLOY CUTOFF ADJUSTMENT SCREW an additional 2-3 turns counterclockwise (CCW), push screw
forward, STOW then DEPLOY platform, then repeat this step.
e. Cycle platform to UP position.
f. When in UP position, platform should stop short of vehicle floor level. If not, turn UP CUTOFF
ADJUSTMENT SCREW an additional 2-3 turns counterclockwise (CCW), push screw forward, cycle platform DOWN then UP, then repeat this step.
g. Cycle platform to STOW then DEPLOY.
h. Push and hold control pendant DEPLOY switch. Slowly turn DEPLOY CUTOFF ADJUSTMENT SCREW
clockwise (CW)until platform “jogs” down to vehicle floor level. Make sure that clearance between knuckle
actuator saddle and parallel arm is 1/8" minimum (distance may be 1/2" maximum and unequal from left or
right arm), stop turning screw and release DEPLOY switch.
FIGURE 2-18: LIMIT SWITCH ADJUSTMENT DIAGRAM
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i.
Position platform DOWN to ground level then UP until it stops.
j.
Push and hold control pendant UP switch. Slowly turn UP CUTOFF ADJUSTMENT SCREW clockwise
(CW) until platform “jogs” up to vehicle floor level. Make sure that clearance between knuckle actuator
saddle and parallel arm is 1/8" minimum (distance may be 1/2" maximum and unequal from left or right
arm), stop turning screw and release UP switch.
NOTE: If lift does not operate after 1-2 full turns of adjustment screw, cycle platform UP and DOWN (The UP
CUTOFF SWITCH is less sensitive than DEPLOY CUTOFF SWITCH.)
KNUCKLE
ACTUATOR
SADDLE
PARALLEL ARM
1/8”
INBOARD ROLLSTOP
RSM0004700
FIGURE 2-19: LIMIT SWITCH ADJUSTMENT CLEARANCE
k.
Cycle platform through all functions (DEPLOY, DOWN, UP, and STOW) to verify correct adjustment. Refer
to Table 2-1 if necessary.
TABLE 2-1: LIMIT SWITCH ADJUSTMENT CHART
COMPONENT
Fold cutoff
actuator
Up cutoff
adjustment
screw
Deploy cutoff
adjustment
screw
SYMPTOM
Lift does not
fold tightly.
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Rotate CAM
(CCW).
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
With lift fully folded (handrails should be
folded tight against vertical arms), rotate
actuator so that it barely trips fold cutoff
switch.
Pump runs
Rotate actuator
continuously. (CW).
Test lift. Pump should cutoff when lift is
folded tight.
Lift stops
low.
Adjust screw
(CW).
Adjust up cutoff switch so that lift stops just
before first knuckle actuator saddle or roller
touches underside of lower parallel arm.
(Saddle or roller should be about 1/8" from
lower parallel arm.)
Lift stops
high.
Adjust screw
(CCW).
Lift stops
low.
Adjust screw
(CCW).
Lift stops
high.
Adjust screw
(CW).
Adjust deploy limit switch so that lift stops
just below "Up" cutoff described in above
step. This will give the necessary overlap
to avoid "dead" spots.
END OF TABLE
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2.
PLATFORM TILT ADJUSTMENT
Correct platform tilt adjustment is crucial for proper platform rollstop operation, but cannot be adjusted at factory.
Factors such as vehicle floor height, lift tilt angle and stiffness of vehicle springs will vary installation geometry.
a. Deploy and lower lift platform to a position halfway between vehicle floor level and ground level.
b. Refer to Figure 2-20. Adjust left and right platform set screws until platform is level at zero (0) degrees.
Turn setscrews clockwise to angle front-end of platform upward, or counter-clockwise to angle downward.
NOTE: At ground level, the distance between heel of platform and ground should be 3/4" to 1". This distance
should be measured at initial point of rollstop full deployment.
NOTE: Adjust setscrews on both sides of platform simultaneously and evenly to ensure proper leveling of platform.
SET SCREW
S-SERIES TYPE PLATFORM
RSM0003400
FIGURE 2-20: S/K-SERIES PLATFORM SET SCREWS
c.
Repeat steps a and b as required to achieve proper rollstop operation.
3.
K-SERIES PLATFORM FOLDING LINKAGE ADJUSTMENT
For K-Series with split platforms, the front portion of the platform is connected to the rear portion with a hinge. The
front portion is folded with linkages located at the right and left sides of the platform. The length of the linkage might
require adjustment after installation of the lift or after disassembly of the platform.
NOTE: Perform the PLATFORM TILT ADJUSTMENT procedure before adjusting the linkage.
a. Deploy and lower the platform to a position about halfway between floor level and ground level.
b. Refer to Figure 2-21. Inspect the gaps on both sides of the platform folding joints. The gaps must be uniform. If the gaps are not uniform, adjustment is required.
FIGURE 2-21: S/K-SERIES PLATFORM SET SCREWS
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the linkages so that the front and rear portions are in the same plane; the two surfaces of the platform portions must be flat without any apparent folding along the hinge.
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JAM NUT
FOLDING LINKAGE
ADJUSTER
RSM0007600
FIGURE 2-22: ADJUSTMENT HARDWARE FOR PLATFORM FOLDING LINKAGE
d. Verify that the tension of both linkages is the same by sighting along the outer edge of the platform (arrow
in figure). Tighten jam nuts.
e. Lower platform until it settles on the ground. Verify that a slight amount of slack is present in both linkages.
If either linkage is under tension, repeat steps a and b.
4.
K-SERIES OUTER ROLLSTOP BARRIER ADJUSTMENT
NOTE: This procedure is done to tighten the outer rollstop barrier by adjusting the universal platform folding brackets that are attached to the vertical arms on a K-Series lift.
a. Fully stow the platform and check to see if there is movement of the outer rollstop barrier. If there is sufficient movement, deploy the platform to floor level.
b. Refer to Figures 2-23. Turn the screws to loosen the folding bracket. Slightly move the bracket down to
add pre-load on the platform link assembly.
FIGURE 2-23: PLATFORM FOLDING BRACKET
c. Tighten the screws then repeat for the opposite folding bracket.
d. Stow the platform and verify that the outer rollstop barrier securely folds and locks with no movement.
5.
PLATFORM PRESSURE SWITCH CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT
Correct adjustment of this pressure switch is required to prevent platform from folding into vehicle when there is a
load of 50 lbs., or more, on the platform.
a. Refer to Figure 2-24. Deploy and lower platform to ground.
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N O T E : H A N D R A ILS N O T S H O W N
F O R C L A R IT Y .
A P P LY 5 0 LB . LO A D
KNUCKLE LIN K
RSM0003600
FIGURE 2-24: PRESSURE SWITCH TEST AT FLOOR LEVEL
NOTE: Weight must be 50 lbs. and placed 6 inches from rear edge of platform mesh as shown in Figure 2-25.
FIGURE 2-25: 50 LB. WEIGHT PLACEMENT ON PLATFORM
b. Place a 6” x 6” x 12”, 50 lb. load on the rear, center portion of platform then raise platform to floor level by
pressing and holding the STOW switch.
c. Refer to Figure 2-26. If an alternate weight is to be used, the center of the weight must be 6 inches from
the rear edge of the platform mesh.
FIGURE 2-26: ALTERNATE 50 LB. WEIGHT
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d. The pressure switch is correctly set if pump motor shuts off when attempting to stow the lift, preventing inward movement of the platform.
e. The pressure switch is not correctly set if pump motor does NOT shut off and there is inward movement of
the platform. Adjustment of the pressure switch will be required.
NOTE: If adjustment is necessary then pressure switch must be adjusted as shown in FIGURE 2-27.
f.
Refer to Figure 2-27. Loosen the locking set screws from the hydraulic pressure switch, using a 5/64” hex
wrench to allow adjustment of the hydraulic pressure switch.
PRESSURE SWITCH
(P/N 39399)
TURN CCW TO LOOSEN AND
ADJUST PRESSURE
TURN CW TO TIGHTEN AND
ADJUST PRESSURE
RSM0005000
FIGURE 2-27: PRESSURE SWITCH ADJUSTMENT (P/N 39399)
g. Turn the hydraulic pressure switch enclosure 1/8 of a turn counterclockwise (CCW), by hand to reduce
the pressure.
NOTE: Turn the hydraulic pressure switch enclosure clockwise (CW) to increase pressure and counterclockwise
(CCW) to decrease pressure, by hand.
h. Stow platform and observe if the motor shuts off.
i. If the motor does not shut off, turn the hydraulic pressure switch enclosure 1/8 of a turn counterclockwise
(CCW), by hand to reduce the pressure.
NOTE: The lift should NOT stow or have inward movement with the weight on the platform.
j. Repeat pressure switch adjustment as necessary to achieve correct setting.
k. Tighten the locking set screw when the correct pressure setting is achieved.
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D. VERIFY INSTALLATION
! Be certain that no vehicle components interfere with operation of lift.
! The lift is designed to carry the weight of a wheelchair and its passenger. The vehicle structure must be capable of
supporting all loads produced during lift operation as well as those forces caused by motion of vehicle when it is
driven.
CAUTION
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
!
Do not operate lift when test weight is on platform. This load test is designed to test the lift
mounting method, not the lift capacity. Remove test weight immediately after check.
Vehicle suspension will compress and vehicle will lean when test weight is placed on platform. If
weighted platform contacts ground, remove weight, raise platform, and retest.
Ricon recommends that the lift be test loaded at its rated 800 pound load capacity to verify integrity of installation.
Position lift platform 2" - 6" above the ground, place 600 pounds in center of platform, and inspect lift mounting
brackets and hardware. REMOVE TEST WEIGHT.
Run lift through several complete cycles while checking for proper operation.
!
NOTE: The installing dealer affixes the Operating Instructions decal to vehicle in a location clearly visible to the lift operator.
E.
SAFETY CHECKLIST FOR VEHICLE MANUFACTURER
This checklist is intended to verify safe operation of Ricon FMVSS 403 and 404 compliant wheelchair lifts. All requirements must be met for the wheelchair lift to be considered compliant.
COMPLIANT
NONCOMPLIANT
REQUIREMENT
Wheelchair lift and vehicle properly interlocked (lift cannot be powered unless vehicle interlocks are activated, and interlocks cannot be disengaged unless lift is fully
stowed).
Threshold warning device functioning properly (audible warning and visual warning
is activated if threshold area is entered when platform is at least one inch below vehicle floor level).
Main power switch enables and disables the lift control system.
Control pendant illuminated when the lift is powered (Public Use Lift Only).
Inboard rollstop does not rise from floor level with 25 pounds, or more, at center of
barrier.
Platform unable to rise more than 3” above ground if safety belt is not engaged.
Platform lighting functional when lift is powered.
Platform does not stow if a weight of 50 pounds, or more, is present on platform.
Manual back-up operation fully functional (see operator manual for directions).
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III.
MAINTENANCE
S/K-SERIES PUBLIC USE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
R
egular maintenance of the RICON S-Series and K-Series Public Use wheelchair lift will help optimize its performance and reduce the need for repairs. This chapter contains cleaning and lubrication instructions, maintenance schedule, troubleshooting section, and maintenance diagrams.
CAUTION
This Ricon product is highly specialized. Maintenance and repairs must be performed by a Ricon
dealer or qualified service technician using Ricon replacement parts. Modifying or failing to properly
maintain this product will void warranty and may result in unsafe operating conditions.
A.
LUBRICATION
CAUTION
Do not lubricate motor or other electrical components. Lubrication
of electrical components may create unintentional short circuits.
Lubrication should be performed at least every six months, or sooner depending on usage. Refer to Figure 3-1 and the
following Maintenance Schedule. Lubricate lift at points specified.
1
TORSION SPRINGS
(BOTH SIDES)
"A "
D E T A IL "A "
"B "
HINGE 1
KNUCKLE LINKS
1 (BOTH SIDES)
2
TORSION SPRINGS
1
(BOTH SIDES)
2
D E T A IL "B"
1
LUBRICATE WITH A PENETRATING OIL
2
LUBRICATE WITH DRY LUBRICANT (GRAPHITE)
NOTE:
HANDRAILS AND PLATFORM
MAY DIFFER FROM ILLUSTRATION.
RSM0005200
FIGURE 3-1: LIFT LUBRICATION POINTS
B.
CLEANING
Regular cleaning with mild soap (i.e. dish soap, car wash liquid) and drying thoroughly will protect lift painted surfaces.
Cleaning is especially important in areas where roads are salted in winter. Make sure that lift pivot points remain clear
and clean prior to lubrication.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Under normal operating conditions, maintenance inspections are required at least every six months (1750 cycles) and a
thorough inspection should be performed at service intervals referenced in Table 3-1. Service should be increased under conditions of heavier use (more than 10 cycles per day).
TABLE 3-1: MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
SERVICE POINT
Overall condition
Control pendant
Threshold
warning system
Bridgeplate load sensor
Electrical wiring
Vehicle interlock
Decals
Armrests
Lift mounting points
Main lifting pivots
Platform pivot points
Bridgeplate
Front rollstop
ACTION TO PERFORM
10 CYCLES
Listen for abnormal noises as lift operates (i.e. grinding or binding noises.)
Verify that control pendant is undamaged and cable connector is tight.
Verify that system properly detects objects in threshold area and actuates the audible alarm.
Verify that sensor inhibits downward movement of platform when a weight is present on
lowered bridgeplate.
150 CYCLES
Inspect electrical wiring for frayed wires, loose connectors, etc.
Place vehicle in non-interlock mode and verify that lift does not operate.
Verify that lift decals are properly affixed, clearly visible, and legible. Replace, if necessary.
Verify that armrest fasteners are properly tightened.
 Verify that vehicle mounting and support points are undamaged.
 Verify that mounting bolts are sufficiently tight and free of corrosion.
Verify that link pins on arms are properly installed, free from damage, and locked in position.
Verify that platform moves freely, without binding, and does not wobble.
 Verify that bridgeplate operates without binding during lift functions.
 Verify that bridgeplate deploys fully when platform stops at floor level.
 Verify bridgeplate rests flat against baseplate.
 Verify that rollstop is opened completely when platform is at ground level.
 Verify that rollstop closes and locks when platform leaves ground.
Hydraulic power unit
CAUTION
Check and add fluid when platform is at ground level. Fluid that is added when platform is
raised will overflow when platform is lowered.



Verify that pump hydraulic fluid level is at FULL mark when platform is at ground level.
Add Texaco 01554 Aircraft Hydraulic Oil or equivalent U.S. mil spec H5606G fluid.
Verify there are no hydraulic fluid leaks.
Verify that manual backup pump operates properly.
1800 CYCLES
1. Clean lift with mild soap and water and wipe dry. Prevent rust by coating all surfaces
with a light weight oil. Remove excess oil.
2. Spray penetrating oil (Curtisol Red Grease 88167 or WD-40) where specified following directions on container. Remove excess grease from surrounding areas.
Cleaning and
lubrication
CAUTION
A Ricon dealer or qualified service technicican must perform the following safety check.
Hydraulic cylinder,
hoses and fittings



3600 CYCLES
Check hydraulic cylinder for evidence of leaks.
Inspect hydraulic hoses for damage.
Verify that all fittings are tight.
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D.
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
The troubleshooting guides are designed to provide logical starting points to locate general problems that could occur
with lift. However, not all possible problems or combinations of problems are listed. For troubleshooting lift, refer to
Tables 3-2. The guide do not incorporate routine safety precautions or preliminary procedures and assume that vehicle
battery is fully charged and battery terminals/connectors are clean and tight.
WARNING
THE TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDES DO NOT INCORPORATE ROUTINE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
OR PRELIMINARY PROCEDURES. DURING THE RICON WARRANTY PERIOD A TRAINED, RICON
DEALER OR QUALFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN MUST PERFORM TROUBLESHOOTING. AFTER
THE WARRANTY PERIOD, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT TROUBLESHOOTING BE CONTINUED BY
A RICON DEALER OR QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN.
1.
LIFT TROUBLESHOOTING
TABLE 3-2: TROUBLESHOOTING LIFT OPERATION
SYMPTOM
Hydraulic fluid leaks
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Loose hydraulic fitting.
Make sure fitting is PROPERLY tightened.
Hydraulic component
defective.
Discontinue use of lift. Have repairs made by a Ricon
dealer or qualified service technician.
Rollstop does not open
Obstruction of rollstop
release latch.
Raise lift and remove obstruction.
Lift
Abnormal
functions Operation.
Obstruction in lifting frame.
Remove obstruction and check for any damage
Backup pump manual release Turn manual release valve CLOCKWISE until slightly snug.
valve OPEN.
Hydraulic fluid may be low.
While platform is at GROUND LEVEL, be certain that pump
hydraulic fluid level is maintained at required FULL level.
Add only Texaco 01554 Aircraft Hydraulic Oil or equivalent
U.S. mil spec H5606G fluid.
Air may be trapped in
hydraulic system.
Purge hydraulic system by operating lift through its maximum range of travel for at least four complete cycles. (For
vehicles that do not use full travel of lift, the maximum range
of travel is accomplished by raising vehicle on a service
hoist or ramp.)
No Operation. Control system circuit breaker Reset circuit breaker.
tripped.
Backup pump manual release Turn manual release valve CLOCKWISE until slightly snug.
valve OPEN.
Hydraulic hose or fitting leak.
Contact a Ricon dealer or qualified service technician for repair.
Hydraulic fluid may be low.
While platform is at GROUND LEVEL, be certain that pump
hydraulic fluid level is maintained at required FULL level.
Add only Texaco 01554 Aircraft Hydraulic Oil or equivalent
U.S. mil spec H5606G fluid.
Air can be trapped in
hydraulic system.
Purge hydraulic system by operating lift through its maximum range of travel for at least four complete cycles. (For
vehicles that do not use full travel of lift, the maximum range
of travel is accomplished by raising vehicle on a service
hoist or ramp.)
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2.
PUMP SOLENOID LED STATUS INDICATOR
Refer to Figure 3-2. Two identical solenoids provide a margin of safety in the event that one of the solenoids fails
with its contacts closed. A two-color status indicator LED is located between the 8A and 30A circuit breakers to
monitor the condition of the two solenoids. The LED is normally off when the pump is not operating and becomes
green when the pump operates. When the pump is not operating and the left solenoid has failed the LED will be
red. The LED will be green when the right solenoid has failed.
8 AMP CIRCUIT BREAKER
LED STATUS INDICATOR
30 AMP CIRCUIT BREAKER
RSM0005300
FIGURE 3-2: STATUS INDICATORS FOR PUMP SOLENOIDS
3.
BRIDGEPLATE CABLE ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT
The following steps provide instructions for replacing the bridgeplate (also known as inner rollstop or IRS) cable assembly. Refer to Figure 3-3 on following page. Please follow these instructions carefully. Call Ricon Product Support if you need assistance.
a. Study the routing of the cable before removing it.
b. Deploy the lift platform to vehicle floor level. Be certain that bridgeplate is resting against baseplate assembly.
c. Remove pinch point shields from the left and right vertical arm assemblies.
d. Assemble and secure one end of an IRS cable to the IRS pulley mount block (#1; located inside the left vertical arm assembly) using a hex screw, bushing, and washer.
e. Route the cable around the IRS pulley mount block bushing (#2). Verify that cable is routed between the
bushing tab and the point where the cable makes contact with the bushing. Install washer and hex nut over
bushing and cable assembly.
f. Continue to route the cable around grooved bearings #3, #4, and #5.
g. Route the cable down the length of the vertical arm assembly and around grooved bearing #6.
h. Assemble and secure the end of the IRS cable to the left side of the bridgeplate (#7) using a hex screw,
washer, bushing, and he nut. Be sure to install a hex nut on the inside of the inner rollstop.
i. Repeat for right side.
j. Reinstall pinch point shields removed in step 2.
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VERTICAL ARM
MAINTENANCE
IRS CABLE
ASSEMBLY
4
PINCH POINT
SHIELD
2
1
3
5
GROOVED
BEARING
IRS PULLEY
MOUNT BLOCK
IRS ACTUATOR
CAM ASSEMBLY
6
7
INNER ROLLSTOP
RSM0001000
FIGURE 3-3: BRIDGEPLATE CABLE ROUTING
4.
S/K-SERIES LIMIT SWITCH STATES
Refer to Figure 3-4. The limit switch actuation diagram shows the state of all limit switches as the platform travels
from fully stowed, to vehicle floor level, and to ground level. The solid (▬) line indicates the normally CLOSED portion of switch is operational, while the two thin lines (═) indicate the normally OPEN portion of the switch is operational. The dotted lines (∎ ∎ ∎ ) are used to show switch states beyond normal travel boundaries of the platform.
This is useful to show the operation of switches that change state at folded or ground level positions. For proper
operation of lift, the switch actuations must overlap as shown.
RSM0005400
FIGURE 3-4: LIMIT SWITCH ACTUATION CHART
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BRIDGEPLATE ADJUSTMENT
NOTE:
The purpose of the bridgeplate adjustment is to adjust the floor level setting by adjusting the Up Cutoff
Adjustment Screw and Deploy Cutoff Adjustment Screw so that the bridgeplate properly sits onto the
load sensor.
a. Fully STOW platform.
b. Refer to Figure 3-5 and 3-6. Insert the screwdriver into the DEPLOY CUTOFF ADJUSTMENT SCREW
(bottom adjusting screw) then deploy the platform to floor level. Push and hold control pendant DEPLOY
switch.
FIGURE 3-5: BOTTOM ADJUSTING SCREW
c.
FIGURE 3-6: PUSH AND HOLD DEPLOY
Slowly turn DEPLOY CUTOFF ADJUSTMENT SCREW clockwise until the bridgeplate moves onto the
load sensor, as shown in Figure 3-7.
FIGURE 3-7: BRIDGEPLATE ADJUSTED CORRECTLY
d. DEPLOY platform about 10 inches from ground.
e. Refer to Figure 3-8. Insert the screwdriver into the UP CUTOFF ADJUSTMENT SCREW (top adjusting
screw) then push and hold control pendant UP switch to cycle the platform back up to floor level.
FIGURE 3-8: PUSH AND HOLD UP
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f.
MAINTENANCE
Refer to Figure 3-9 and 3-10. When the platform is at floor level, observe where the bridgeplate sits on the
load sensor.
FIGURE 3-9: ADJUSTMENT REQUIRED
FIGURE 3-10: ADJUSTMENT REQUIRED
g. Refer to Figure 3-9 and 3-10. If the bridgeplate sits over the load sensor where it is not visible or if the rivet
head is visible, slowly turn the UP CUTOFF ADJUSTMENT SCREW counterclockwise to adjust the
bridgeplate backward or clockwise to adjust the bridgeplate forward.
h. Cycle platform to DEPLOY then UP to floor level. Observe the position of the bridgeplate to the load sensor
and make any necessary adjustments. The bridgeplate should sit on the load sensor, as shown in Figure
3-7.
6.
STOW-LOCK ADJUSTMENT
NOTE:
The purpose of this procedure is to replace and properly set the stow-lock.
a. Fully STOW platform.
b. Refer to Figures 3-11 and 3-12. Use a 3/16” allen wrench to remove the two screws and washers that attach the base latch block to the bridgeplate. Partially deploy platform then remove base latch block for replacement.
BASE LATCH
BLOCK
LATCH RELEASE
WELDMENT
FIGURE 3-11: PUSH AND HOLD UP
FIGURE 3-12: BASE LATCH BLOCK
c.
Place sharp edge of the base latch block against the blade of the platform latch release weldment in the
baseplate, as shown in Figure 3-12.
d. Stow the platform.
e. Add medium strength thread lock to the screws then install the two screws and washers. Turn the screws
out one turn so that the screws are not completely tightened.
NOTE:
This is done to ensure the sharp edge of the base latch block contacts the blade of the platform latch
release weldment in the baseplate before tightening.
f.
Slowly open the manual release valve to apply load to the lift. The weight of the lift will pull the base latch
block flush with the blade of the platform latch release weldment. Tighten the screws until the base latch
block is secured in place.
g. Close the manual release valve the press the STOW function to remove the load from the lift.
h. Partially deploy the lift. Ensure that the platform deploys with no delay. Stow the lift and verify that there is
a positive lock when the lift is stowed.
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REAR SPRING REPLACEMENT
NOTE:
A well maintained and lubricated parallel arm spring will prolong the life of the spring. In the event that
the spring will need to be replaced, proceed with rear spring replacement.
a. Deploy platform to ground level onto a pallet for support and to maintain the parallel arms at a 90 degree
angle perpendicular to the rear of the platform towers. The tine of the spring will load straight up and down
when done so.
b. Use a 3/16” allen wrench to remove screw and lock washer from the pin.
c. Refer to Figures 3-13 and 3-14. Attach pin alignment tool to pin. Replace pin with appropriate tool to hold
parallel arm and rear spring in place.
FIGURE 3-13: PIN WITH PIN ALIGNMENT TOOL
FIGURE 3-14: PIN WITH PIN ALIGNMENT TOOL
d. Refer to Figure 3-15. Carefully remove tool holding parallel arm and rear spring in place. Hold rear spring
and parallel arm, then pull parallel arm up and remove rear spring.
FIGURE 3-15: PIN WITH PIN ALIGNMENT TOOL
e. Replace and install rear spring.
f. Refer to Figures 3-16. Install a 2” extension pin through parallel arm and rear spring.
FIGURE 3-16: 2-INCH EXTENSION
FIGURE 3-17: PLACE REAR SPRING
g. Refer to Figure 3-17. Use appropriate tool to use as leverage to pull back tine of bent rear spring and
place into baseplate tower.
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h. Replace 2-Inch extension with existing pin.
i. Reinstall screw and lock washer.
j. Repeat removal and installation for opposite parallel arm.
8.
HYDRAULIC CYLINDER GLAND NUT AND PISTON REPLACEMENT
a. Lower lift to ground level.
NOTE: Lift must be lowered as far as possible to avoid personal injury and oil spillage when hydraulic components
are dismantled.
b. Fully open manual release valve.
NOTE: Important for allowing easy removal/insertion of ram into cylinder.
c.
Install hydraulic breather tube if available.
NOTE: The hydraulic breather tube may help in avoiding oil overflow from filler neck when reinstalling ram. An assistant may be required to check oil level in filler neck as ram is reinserted, if breather tube is not available.
d. Loosen both hydraulic button head screws with 3/16” hex wrench to loosen pin.
e. Remove and retain cap screw with 5/32” hex wrench.
f. Refer to Figure 3-18. Drive rear pin out and retain. Use pin driver, pin is driven towards bushing side.
FIGURE 3-18: PLATFORM FOLDING BRACKET
g. Drive front pin out and retain.
NOTE: Hydraulic cylinder may be left in baseplate “U” tower for this and proceeding operations.
i.
j.
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Refer to Figure 3-19. Unscrew gland nut.
Refer to Figure 3-19. Pull shaft out.
Refer to Figure 3-19. Remove old piston using appropriate tool. Heat piston thread if required to soften
the thread lock and remove piston.
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HYDRAULIC CYLINDER TUBE
PISTON ASSY
GLAND NUT ASSY
SHAFT
RSM0007100
FIGURE 3-19: HYDRAULIC CYLINDER
l.
Refer to Figure 3-19. Replace gland nut with the gland nut supplied in kit. Apply thin film of hydraulic fluid
to the seals before installing.
m. Thoroughly clean shaft and new piston threads.
NOTE: If shaft threads were damaged by the thread locking punch, rethread with 1/2-20 die. Use a wire brush to
remove all thread sealer from shaft threads. Blow clean. Always blow piston threads clean even if no dirt is
visible.
n. Refer to Figure 3-19. Install new piston supplied in kit. Apply medium strength thread lock (blue) on shaft
threads and tighten securely.
o. Refer to Figure 3-19. Reinsert shaft into cylinder. Apply thin film of hydraulic fluid to seals before installing.
Use split cup tool to insert piston.
NOTE: Be extra careful not to damage piston seals.
p. Firmly tighten gland nut. Apply medium strength thread lock (blue) on gland nut threads.
q. Install front pin. Place set screw face down. Apply medium strength thread lock (blue) on cap screw.
Tighten using 5/32” hex wrench.
r. Install rear spring using spring installation tools.
s. Install rear pin. Insert pin from bushing side. Apply medium strength thread lock (blue) to button head
screw. Tighten using 3/16” hex wrench.
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E.
MAINTENANCE
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
RSM0005500
FIGURE 3-20: S/K-SERIES HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT
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ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
1.
DIAGRAM LEGEND
a.
Wire Color Codes
TABLE 3-3: WIRE COLOR CODES
LETTER
COLOR
LETTER
COLOR
BLK
Black
RED
Red
BLU
Blue
VIO
Violet
BRN
Brown
GRY
Gray
GRN
Green
WHT
White
ORG
Orange
YEL
Yellow
END OF TABLE
b.
Electrical Connector Description
Refer to Figure 3-6. The standard electrical connectors used by Ricon are Molex .062" Series. These connectors have terminal numbers molded onto the back. Use these numbers and colors to identify all wires.
PLUG
(P)
RECEPTACLE
(R)
RSM0005600
FIGURE 3-21: MOLEX CONNECTORS
c.
Diagram Labels
TABLE 3-4: DIAGRAM LABELS
Diagram Label
Definition
Command/Description
12V
12 Volts
DC
Door Close
Direct Command
DO
Door Open
Direct Command
DOE
Door Open Enable
DWN
Pump Down
DWNA
Down Attempt
Circuit current rating is also given
Used by OUT and DOWN
Must be enabled
FAST
Signal to speedup valve for UP and DOWN
GND
Ground
OUTA
Out Attempt
SDA
From Door Open Cut-off switch.
Out must be enabled
System Deploy Attempt DO followed by OUT
SSA
System Store Attempt
IN followed by DC
UP
Pump Up
Used by UP and IN
UPA
Up Attempt
Up must be enabled
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d.
Electrical Symbols
Figure 3-22 shows standard symbols used in the electrical wiring diagram.
RSM0005700
FIGURE 3-22: DIAGRAM SYMBOLS
e.
WIRING DIAGRAM
Refer to Figures 3-23 on the following page for the S/K-Series Public Use wiring diagram.
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RED
12VDC
M OD EL
PUM P
V E H IC L E
IN T E R F A C E
GRN
B LK
WHT
RED
R E D L IG H T
PUMP
CO NTACTO RS
STO W STATUS
RED
RED
30A
12 VO L T
9 0A
RED
CO UNTER
D O W N E N AB L E
D EP L O Y E N AB L E
U P E N AB L E
S T O W E N AB L E
8A
S L O -B L O C
VA L V E
RED
J7
W HT 1 P7
T5
J9
J3
RED 1
B LK 2 P 9
B LK 1 P 3
B LK 2
J2 2
P22
TX
J5
J4
DOWN
VA L V E
P21
P R ESS UR E
S W IT C H
R E S T R A IN T
BE LT
RX
TX
B R ID G E P L A T E
S W IT C H
P1
J1
P20
J20
J1 5
J1 7
J1 6
J1 0
P 18
J18
SET 3
J 1 3 J1 4
J1 1
J6
S ET 2
P 13 P 14
P11
P6
GRN
B LK
T2
H A N D R A IL
L IG H T S
P R IN T E D
C IRC U IT
BOARD
( D O N O T S E R V IC E )
SE T 1
P5
P4
T3
J2 3
P23
RX
J21
P8
J8
P2
J2
T1
C O N TR O L
P E ND A N T
RED 1
V IO
RED
BLK
GRN
RED 1
7
1
5
2
BLK
RED
RED
BLK
NC
NC
2
1
3
4
5
6
RED
ORG
BR N
GRN
V IO
BLK
GR N 2
BLK 1
2
1
2
1
ORG 2
GRN 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
BLK
BLU
B LU
2
1
2
1
2
1
BLU
N /C
V IO
V IO
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W HT 1
BLK 2
N /C
N /C
N /C
P 16
P 17
P 15
RSM0005800
S T O W -L O C K
S O L E N O ID
N /C
P 10
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FIGURE 3-23: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE WIRING DIAGRAM
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IV.
SPARE PARTS
S-SERIES AND K-SERIES PUBLIC USE SPARE PARTS
T
his chapter contains spare parts diagrams and lists for the RICON S-Series and K-Series Public Use wheelchair
lifts. The part diagrams are exploded views of each major lift assembly, with individual parts and components
referenced by numbers. Each accompanying parts list contains figure item numbers, part descriptions, quantities
used, configurations and the Ricon part number. To order parts, locate part on an appropriate diagram and note the
figure item number. Find the figure item number on the accompanying parts list and use the part number in the far right
column. Note that parts identified with (REF) in the QTY column of the spare parts list are for reference purposes only
and are not sold for spare parts. Refer to the DECAL LOCATIONS AND PART NUMBERS figure in Chapter II for decal part numbers.
NOTE: Most kits contain a single part (plus hardware). Therefore, you may need to order more than one kit if the part
is used more than once on a major assembly.
S -S e rie s
K -S erie s
LIFT MODEL AND KIT NUMBERS
PRODUCT NUMBER
DOCUMENTATION KIT NUMBER
SPARE DECAL KIT NUMBER
S2010-L1120401E (first model in number sequence)
36927
36955( S-Series) 36928 (K-Series)
PARTS DIAGRAM ...................................................................................................................................................... PAGE
FIGURE 4-1.1: S-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE DECALS ................................................................................................ 4-2
FIGURE 4-1.2: K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE DECALS ................................................................................................ 4-3
FIGURE 4-2:
S-SERIES AND K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE PENDANT ................................................................... 4-4
FIGURE 4-3:
S-SERIES AND K-SERIES USE PUMP ASSEMBLY ............................................................................ 4-6
FIGURE 4-4:
S-SERIES AND K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE HYDRAULIC ASSEMBLY ........................................... 4-8
FIGURE 4-5:
S-SERIES AND K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE ELECTRICAL ASSEMBLY ....................................... 4-10
FIGURE 4-6.1: S -SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE TRAVELING FRAME.......................................................................... 4-12
FIGURE 4-6.2: K -SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE TRAVELING FRAME.......................................................................... 4-13
FIGURE 4-7.1: S-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE PLATFORM ASSEMBLY..................................................................... 4-18
FIGURE 4-7.2: K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE PLATFORM ASSEMBLY..................................................................... 4-19
FIGURE 4-8:
S-SERIES AND K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE HANDRAIL ASSEMBLY ........................................... 4-22
LIFT SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................. 4-25
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DOWNCUTOFF
ADJUSTMENT
SCREW
CORPORATION
7900 N elson R oad , P ano ra ma C it y, CA 9140 2
mfg . da te :
M ade i n U .S .A.
PART OF SERIAL NUMBER
DECAL (ONLY RICON
REPLACEABLE)
PROPER
LOADING
P/N 26201
36948.A
LIMIT SWITCHES
P/N 36948
(INSIDE PUMP COVER)
U . S . and
f o r e i gn
pa t en t s pend i ng .
32-10-171
US AND FOREIN
PATENTS PENDING
P/N 32-10-171
LED FUNCTIONS
P/N 36949
CONNECTORS
P/N 36950
(INSIDE PUMP COVER)
PEND AN T
STO RAG E
LO CAT ION
369 4 6. A
PENDANT
STORAGE
P/N 36946
S- SE RI ES LIF T
T h is p r o d u c t is c o v e re d b y o n e o r m o re o f t h e
f ol lo w i n g p a t e n t no 's U .S : 4 ,534 ,450 ; 5 ,22 8 ,538 ; 5 ,3 0 8 , 21 5 ; 5 ,3 73 , 915 ;
5 , 445 , 488 ; 5, 60 5 ,431 ; 5 ,9 4 4 ,47 3 ; 6 ,043 ,74 1
A u s tr a li a n : 6 612 7 ; 69 706 6
C anad
ian : 1 , 245 ,603 ; 2 ,12 9 ,821 ; 2 ,168 ,76 1
G e rm an and
U . K : EP 062 5896 B 1
O t h e r U .S . a n d fo r e ig n p a te n ts pend
i ng .
32-10 -173 .G
STANDEE
LOCATION
P/N 26255
S-SERIES
PATENT NO.
P/N 32-10-173
PR ESSURE
SWITCH
ADJU ST
C LOSE
OPEN
36947.B
PRESSURE SWITCH
P/N 36947
(INSIDE PUMP COVER)
PUBLIC USE
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
P/N 32146
(VEHICLE
EXTERIOR)
I N S T A LL E R
F AS TEN O CCUPAN T
RES T RA I N T BE L T
BEF OR E OP ER AT I NG L IFT .
PUBLIC USE
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
P/N 32136
D O T - P ub lic U s e L if t
3 2113 .A
DOT-PUBLIC
USE LIFT
P/N 32113
RESTRAINT
BELT
P/N 26155
S - S ER I E S P U BL I C U SE
W H E E L CH A I R & S T A N DE E L IF T S
STAND CLEAR
CAUTION
P/N 26185
S - SE R IES /K -SE R IE S P U B L IC U S E
W H EE L CH A IR & S T A ND EE L IFT S
WA RN ING
RI CO N CO R P O RAT IO N
7900 NE LS O N RD.
PA NO R AM A CI T Y, C A 9140 2
( 800 ) 322 - 2884
( 818 ) 267 - 3000
D e p l o y L ift :
RICON LOGO
P/N 32-10-152
E n t e r V e h ic l e :
O PE R A T IN G IN ST RU C T IONS
D ep lo y Li ft:
E x i t V e h i c le :
E n te r V eh icle :
S t o w L ift :
E x it V eh ic le:
S t a n d ee s :
S to w Li ft :
S tandee s :
M ANU A L O PE RAT I ON
C AU T ION
RSM0003700
FIGURE 4-1.1: S-SERIES PUBLIC USE LIFT DECAL LOCATIONS AND PART NUMBERS
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2
3
C O R P O R A T IO N
790 0 Ne sl o n R oa d, P anoram a C ti y , CA 9140 2
mfg. date:
DEPLOY
Mad e in U.S .A.
1
- M A I N T E N A N C E R E Q U IR E D IF C O NTINU
OU SLY
IL L U M IN A T ED
- M A I N T E N A N C E D O I T E T R E F A IT E S I C E TT E L UMI E R E
R E S T E A L L U M EE E N PE R M A N E NC E
- M A T E N IM IE N T O E S R EQ U E R I D O S I PE R M A N E C E
2
C O N T IN U A M E N TE IL UMIN A D O
PART OF SERIAL
NUMBER DECAL
(LOCATED ON
INNER SIDE OF HYDRAULIC
CYLINDER; ONLY RICON
REPLACEABLE)
- B E I U N U N T E R B R O C H E N E R W A R N LI C H T A NZ E IGE IST
W A R T U N G E R FO R D E R L IC H
36932 .A
SECOND
SOLENOID
P/N 36932
RAISE AND STOW
36929.B
MANUAL
OPERATION
P/N 36929
UP C UT O F F
A DJ U S T M E N T
S CR EW
D OW N C U TO F F
A DJ U S T M E N T
S CR EW
36948.A
LIMIT SWITCHES
P/N 36948
(INSIDE PUMP COVER)
C O R P O R A TIO N
790 0 N els on R oa d , Pan orama City , C A 9140 2
mfg. da te:
Mad e in U.S .A .
PART OF SERIAL
NUMBER DECAL
(ONLY RICON
REPLACEABLE)
PROPER
LOADING
P/N 26201
U .S . a nd f or e ig n pa te n ts p end ing .
32-10-17 1
US AND FOREIGN
PATENTS PENDING
P/N 32-10-171
PENDANT
STORAGE
LOC ATIO N
LED FUNCTIONS
P/N 36949
CONNECTORS
P/N 36950
(INSIDE PUMP COVER)
36946 .A
PENDANT
STORAGE
P/N 36946
S- SERIES LIFT
T h i s p ro d uc t is c o ve r ed b y o ne o r m o r e of th e
f ol l ow in g p at en t no 's U . S : 4, 534 , 450 ; 5 ,228 , 538 ; 5 ,3 08 ,215 ; 5, 373 , 915 ;
5 , 445 ,488 ; 5, 605 , 431 ; 5 ,94 4,473 ; 6, 043 , 74 1
A us tr a li an : 6 6127 ; 69706
6
C anad i an : 1 ,245 ,603 ; 2 ,12 9 ,821 ; 2 ,168 ,76 1
G e rma n a nd U . K : E P0 6 25896 B 1
O t he r U . S . and f o re ign pa t en ts pend ing .
STANDEE
LOCATION
P/N 26255
32- 10-173.G
S-SERIES
PATENT NO.
P/N 32-10-173
PRESSURE
SWITCH
AD JUST
C LOSE
OPEN
36947.B
PRESSURE SWITCH
P/N 36947
(INSIDE PUMP COVER)
PUBLIC USE
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
(VEHICLE
EXTERIOR)
IN S TA LL E R
PUBLIC USE
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
P/N 32137
K - SE R I ES P U B L IC U S E
W H EE L CH A I R & S T A N DE E L I F T
F A ST EN O C C U PA NT
R EST R A IN T BEL T
BEF O R E O PE R AT ING LIFT .
D O T - P ub lic U se L ift
3211 3.A
DOT-PUBLIC
USE LIFT
P/N 32113
RESTRAINT
BELT
P/N 26155
S - S E R IE S / K -S E R IE S P U B LIC U S E
W H E E L C H A I R & S TA N D E E LIFT S
W ARNIN G
R ICO N C ORP O RA T IO N
79 00 NE LS O N RD .
P ANO RAM A CI TY , CA 9140 2
(8 00 ) 32 2- 2884
(8 18 ) 26 7- 3000
D e p lo y L i ft :
RICON LOGO
P/N 32-10-152
E n t e r Ve h i c le :
OPE R A T ING I NS TRUCT IO NS
D ep loy L ift :
E x i t V e h i c le :
E nte r V eh ic le:
S t o w L ift :
E x it V e hic le:
S to w L ift:
S ta n d e e s:
S ta nd ee s:
M A NUA L O PE RA TION
CA UT IO N
RSM0003800
FIGURE 4-1.2: K-SERIES PUBLIC USE LIFT DECAL LOCATIONS AND PART NUMBERS
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2
1
RSM0000101
FIGURE 4-2: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE PENDANT
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FIGURE 4-2: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE PENDANT
FIG.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
1
PENDANT ASSY, COIL CORD, 12FT, W/PUSH BUTTON & MAGNET 1
42891
1A *
PENDANT ASSY, 7 FT CORD, MOD (SUPERSEDED P/N 37386)
1
42891
1B *
PENDANT ASSY, 12 FT COIL CORD, MOD (SUPERSEDED P/N 42510)
1
42891
2
SCREW,PHP,1/4-20,TAP TITE,BLK ZINC (BAG OF 10)
1
45529
QTY
CONFIG.
PART NO.
NOTE: * Item or configuration not shown.
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1
10
9
13
8
3
11
7
2
5
6
REF
4
12
REF
RSM0000200
FIGURE 4-3: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE PUMP ASSY (LEFT HAND SIDE PUMP SHOWN)
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FIGURE 4-3: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE PUMP ASSY
FIG.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
1
COVER, PUMP, MODULAR
2
BRACKET WLDT, PUMP CHASSIS
3
PUMP ASSY, 12V, MODULAR
1
PM212000008N
4
PRESSURE SWITCH, MODEL CJ
1
42395
5
VALVE ASSY, POPPET, DELTROL, 12V
1
V2-SH-105
6
RESERVOIR, PUMP, PLASTIC W/DECAL & PLUG
1
30938
7
CLAMP, RESERVOIR
1
V2-SH-109
QTY
CONFIG.
PART NO.
1
36585
REF
36575
8
SCREW, FLANGED, 5/16-18 X .75L, ZINC (BAG OF 10)
2
55682
9
HANDLE ASSY,PUMP,MANUAL OPERATION
1
V2-SH-111
10
KIT, CLIP, TOOL, EMERGENCY, PAINTED
1
42033
11
BUMPER, CHASSIS
2
38388
12
RIVET, POP, 3/16 X 3/8 A/S ##AD66BS (BAG OF 10)
2
15918
13
PLUG,1"BLACK NYLON LOW PROFILE
4
25563
NOTE: (REF) in QTY column is for Referenced Parts Only and are not sold as spare parts.
NOTE: * Item or configuration not shown.
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MAY 2014
REF
17
10
9
16
7
15
6
14
13
11
12
3
5
REFER ENCE FOR
2
R EFERENC E FOR
19
4
1
8
PISTON ASS Y
G LA N D N UT AS S Y W ITH S E ALS
HY D RA ULIC O IL
RSM0000300
FIGURE 4-4: S/K -SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
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FIGURE 4-4: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE HYDRAULIC ASSY
FIG.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
1
CYLINDER ASSY, 37" (BLACK) (SUPERSEDED 35793)
1A *
1B *
QTY
CONFIG.
PART NO.
2
S/K20XX
VT-SH-105K
CYLINDER ASSY, 40" (BLACK) (SUPERSEDED 38728)
2
S/K50XX
V5-SH-105K
CYLINDER ASSY, 43" (BLACK) (SUPERSEDED 38726)
2
S/K55XX
30836K
2
KIT, CYLINDER REPAIR (SUPERSEDED 21829)
2
VT-SH-56
3
PIN ASSY, PIVOT, CAM SIDE
2
37780
4
SCREW, SHC, 1/4-20 X 1, BLK (BAG OF 10)
1
14491
5
WASHER, FDR, .31 X 1.25 SST BLK OXIDE (BAG OF 10)
1
15921
6
KIT, PIN, CAM, W/HARDWARE
2
42036
7
FITTING, STE, 1/4J/9/16-18STL
2
V2-SH-14
8
FITTING, "L", MALE, M5, BARB
2
V2-SH-16
9
SPRING, TOP ARM
2
V2-SP-97
10
KIT, PIN, LINK, ARM W/HARDWARE
2
16679
11
KIT, FLOW CONTROL, FIXED RATE .50 GPM, (KIT OF 2)
1
30968
12
TUBE, POLY, 6MM OD X 4MM ID, 5.0'
1
20229
13
HOSE ASSY, HYD, 74" X 1/4 JIC X 1/4 JIC
1
37716
14
HOSE ASSY, HYD, 36" X 1/4 JIC X 1/4 JIC
1
UV-SH-013
15
HARNESS, STOW-LOC SOLENOID EXTENSION
1
37333
16
TUBE, POLY, 6MM OD X 4MM ID, 8.0'
1
20228
17
GROMMET, CATERPILLAR, 3/16 X 12" LONG
2
26647
18
CHASSIS ASSY, LH PUMP, 12V (DISCONTINUED
P/N 37701)
1
S/K20XX
42343
18A *
CHASSIS ASSY, RH PUMP, 12V (DISCONTINUED
P/N 38374)
1
S/K50XX
42343
19
OIL, HYDRAULIC, TEXACO #15, MEETS MIL-H-5606G
1
GAL
20-16-051
NOTE: (REF) in QTY column is for Referenced Parts Only and are not sold as spare parts.
NOTE: * Item or configuration not shown.
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5
4
REF
3
SEE DETAIL "B"
14
8
SEE DETAIL "A"
2
6
9
10
7
26
27
25
23
24
16
21
18
15
17
13
22
12
REF
20
19
11
DETAIL "A"
DETAIL "B"
RSM0000400
FIGURE 4-5: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
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FIGURE 4-5: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE ELECTRICAL ASSY
FIG.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
1
LIGHT ASSY, RED W/CONNECTORS
1
37319
2
HARNESS, PUMP CHASSIS, 12V (PACKAGED)
1
36276
3
COUNTER ASSY, 12V, MODULAR
1
38391
4
SCREW, PHP, 6-32 X 1/4, TYPE F, SST
REF
21953
5
KIT, GROUND STRAP, LONG
1
37388
6
KIT, SOLENOID, 12V, SGL POLE, SGL THROW
1
29297
7
SCREW, HEX, 10-24 X 3/8, QUICK-DRIVE
REF
37702
8
KIT, BLOCK, POSITIVE CONNECTION, W/HARDWARE (MODULAR) 1
35454
9
BUSBAR, MAIN
REF
36592
10
BUSBAR, 1.45" W
REF
37767
11
PCB ASSY, W/LEDS
1
35792
11A *
PCB ASSY, W/LEDS (FOR LIFTS W/SERIAL NUMBERS BELOW 242082)
1
45557
12
BRACKET, PCB MOUNT, MODULAR
1
37785
13
PCB STANDOFFS (BAG OF 5)
1
42034
14
JUMPER TWS
REF
37379
15
SWITCH ASSY, POSITION INPUT
1
37711
16
CAM, POSITION INPUT
1
36271
17
SCREW,BHS, 5/16-18 X 2 1/4 BLK (BAG OF 10)
1
36270
18
WASHER, FLT, .325 X .563 X .065 (BAG OF 10)
1
36269
19
ACTUATOR, FOLD CUTOFF
1
V2-AC-089
20
WASHER, SPL, 1/4" (BAG OF 10)
1
45815
21
NUT, ESN, 8-32 (BAG OF 10)
1
15907
22
SWITCH, LIMIT, UPPER/LOWER, (MODIFIED)
3
V2-ES-110
23
SWITCH BLOCK
2
34314
24
SCREW, PHP, 4AB X 1.00, ZINC (BAG OF 10)
1
42035
25
BLOCK, SWITCH MOUNT
REF
36578
26
SCREW, PHP, 10-24 X 2 1/4
REF
10860
QTY
CONFIG.
PART NO.
27
SPRING, ADJUSTABLE LIMIT SWITCH
2
V2-ES-93
28 *
KIT, CIRCUIT BREAKER, MAIN (90A)
1
01010K
NOTE: (REF) in QTY column is for Referenced Parts Only and are not sold as spare parts.
NOTE: * Item or configuration not shown.
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36
43
41
37
SEE DETAIL "B"
42
47
39
44
38
40
35
36
3
REF
34
33
8
13
R EF
REF
4
4
14
R EF
1
45
46
53
15
55
R EF
57
12
R EF
SEE DETAIL "A"
54
7
9
56
10
60
58
6
59
R EF
DETAIL "B"
26
17
32
11
24
25
22
52
5
21
50
27
51
28
27
18
23
48
20
32
19
26
31
49
20
30
29
DETAIL "A"
2
REF
RSM0000501
FIGURE 4-6.1: S-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE TRAVELING FRAME
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R EF
R EF
4
SPARE PARTS
13
12
SEE DETAIL "B"
SEE DETAIL "A"
61
R EF
7
2
R EF
5
R EF
62
53
8
RE F
48
3
R EF
RSM0007001
FIGURE 4-6.2: K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE TRAVELING FRAME
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FIGURE 4-6: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE TRAVELING FRAME ASSY
FIG.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
1
BASEPLATE WLDT, 34" PLATFORM
2
VERTICAL ARM ASSY, LH, S20XX (DISCONTINUED)
REF
S20XX
38797
2A *
VERTICAL ARM ASSY, LH, S50XX (DISCONTINUED)
REF
S50XX
37747
2B *
VERTICAL ARM ASSY, LH, S55XX (SUPERSEDED 39912)
REF
S55XX
42341
2C
VERTICAL ARM ASSY, LH, GREY
REF
K20XX
38785
3
VERTICAL ARM ASSY, RH, S20XX, (DISCONTINUED)
REF
S20XX
38798
3A *
VERTICAL ARM ASSY, RH, S50XX (DISCONTINUED)
REF
S50XX
37746
3B *
VERTICAL ARM ASSY, RH, S55XX (SUPERSEDED 39911)
REF
S55XX
42341
3C
VERTICAL ARM ASSY, RH, K2003 SERIES
REF
K20XX
38786
4
KIT, PIN, LINK, ARM W/HARDWARE
5
KNUCKLE ASSY (DISCONTINUED)
QTY
CONFIG.
1
PART NO.
35772
1
16679
REF
37724
6
SPACER
4
VT-BU-42
7
KIT, HANDRAIL ASSY, LH W/BUCKLE
1
34895
8
KIT, HANDRAIL ASSY, RH W/BELT
1
34896
9
SCREW, 5/16 X 3/8 SSS (BAG OF 10)
2
45884
10
KIT, GROMMET (KIT OF 10)
2
23391
11
NUT, ESN, 1/4-20 THIN, SST (BAG OF 10)
2
13339
12
PARALLEL ARM ASSY, LOWER (SUPERSEDED 38748)
1
S/K20XX
VT-AC-252
12A *
PARALLEL ARM ASSY, LOWER (SUPERSEDED 38745)
1
S/K50XX
V5-AC-252
12B *
PARALLEL ARM ASSY, LOWER (DISCONTINUED)
REF
S/K55XX
39915
13
ARM ASSY, UPPER, PARALELL (GREY)
1
S/K20XX
VT-AC-250
13
ARM ASSY, UPPER, PARALELL (GREY)
1
S/K50XX
VT-AC-250
13A *
ARM ASSY,TOP
1
S/K55XX
30858
14
KIT, CAM, W/HARDWARE
1
42036
15
SPRING, TOP ARM
2
V2-SP-97
16A *
KIT, KICK-OUT SPRING
2
S2010
01115
16B *
KIT, KICK-OUT SPRING
2
S50XX
01115
16C *
KIT, KICK-OUT SPRING
2
S55XX
01115
17
CAM ASSY, IRS ACTUATOR
2
V2-AC-190
18
KIT, IRS SPACER
2
01224
19
PIN, SNAP RING, .38D X 3.09L
2
VS-PI-09
20
SNAP RING 3/8" (BAG OF 10)
1
11795
21
BRACKET, PULLEY MOUNT, IRS
2
V2-AC-112
22
BUMPER, IRS CAM ANTI-RATTLE
2
V2-BU-090
23
SCREW, BHS, 1/4-20 X 2 1/4, SST, BLK OXDE (BAG OF 10)
1
19720
24
WASHER, FDR, .281 X 1.00 X .065 (BAG OF 10)
1
25623
CONTINUED
NOTE: (REF) in QTY column is for Referenced Parts Only and are not sold as spare parts.
NOTE: * Item or configuration not shown.
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FIGURE 4-6: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE TRAVELING FRAME ASSY
FIG.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
25
NUT, ESN, 1/4-20 (BAG OF 10)
1
15919
26
BEARING, GROOVED (SHEAVE)
6
VS-AH-06
27
SCREW, HEX, 1/4-20 X 3/4 GR5 (BAG OF 10)
1
13308
28
BUSHING, STEEL, .25ID X .32OD X .19L
2
V2-BU-003
29
SCREW, BHS, 1/4-20 X 1 SST, BLK OXIDE (BAG OF 10)
1
19715
30
WASHER, FLT, .281 X .625 X .065 (BAG OF 10)
1
17504
31
NUT, ESN, ¼-20 THIN, SST (BAG OF 10)
2
13339
32
KIT, CABLE ASSY (52.75”), IRS (2 CABLES PER KIT)
1
S20XX
16094
KIT, CABLE ASSY (52.75”), IRS (2 CABLES PER KIT)
1
K20XX
16094
32A *
KIT, CABLE ASSY w/SLEEVE (59.13”), (2 CABLES PER KIT)
1
S55XX
34247
*
KIT, CABLE ASSY w/SLEEVE (59.13”), (2 CABLES PER KIT)
1
K55XX
34247
33
CAP, END, UPPER PARALLEL ARM, PLASTIC
2
34
RIVET, POP, 3/16 X 5/8 STL SD68BS (BAG OF 10)
1
34519
35
BLOCK, SUPPORT, LOCK ROD
1
36587
36
SCREW, BHS, 1/4-20 X 1/2 BLK (BAG OF 10)
1
15985
37
LATCH WLDT, RELEASE, 34" PLATFORM
1
38437
38
BLOCK, MOUNT, BASE LATCH
1
V2-AC-001
39
SWITCH ASSY, BP LOAD SENSOR
1
35781
39A *
KIT, RETRO, BRIDGE PLATE SW, "L" MODEL
1
55917
40
RIVET, 3/16 STRUCTURAL, BLIND (BAG OF 10)
1
22021
QTY
CONFIG.
PART NO.
V2-AC-89
41
SENSOR, PHOTOBEAM, TRANSMITTER, MODULAR
2
37389
42
SENSOR, PHOTOBEAM, RECIEVER, MODULAR
2
37390
43
KIT, TWS COVER, S&K
1
39979
44
SCREW, HWH, 5/16-18D X ½
REF
282155
45
KIT, GUIDE BLOCK, INNER ROLLSTOP, W/RIVETS
1
35708
46
RIVET, POP, 3/16 X 29/32 STL
47
SPACER, CABLE OR HOSE, PANDUIT
2
48
KIT, SHAFT, MAIN, 1.00 x 40.50L (PACKAGED)
1
KIT, SHAFT, MAIN, 1.00 x 40.50L (PACKAGED)
1
S2010
34887
KIT, SHAFT, MAIN, 1.00 x 40.50L (PACKAGED)
1
K5510
34887
KIT, SHAFT, MAIN, 1.00 x 40.50L (PACKAGED)
1
K2010
34887
48A *
KIT, SHAFT, MAIN, 1.00 X 39.13L (PACKAGED)
1
S5505
34893
*
KIT, SHAFT, MAIN, 1.00 X 39.13L (PACKAGED)
1
S2005
34893
*
KIT, SHAFT, MAIN, 1.00 X 39.13L (PACKAGED)
1
K5505
34893
*
KIT, SHAFT, MAIN, 1.00 X 39.13L (PACKAGED)
1
K2005
34893
49
SHIM, PVC SPACER
2
50
SET, PINCH POINT SHIELDS (P/N S21XX-XXXXXXX0X)
1
REF
14-33-510
25557
34887
V2-BU-091
S/K20XX
S21XX-
CONTINUED
NOTE: (REF) in QTY column is for Referenced Parts Only and are not sold as spare parts.
NOTE: * Item or configuration not shown.
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FIG.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
50A *
QTY
CONFIG.
PART NO.
SET, PINCH POINT SHIELDS (P/N S50XX-XXXXXXX0X)
1
S/K50XX
S50XX-
50B *
SET, PINCH POINT SHIELDS (P/N S50XX-XXXXXXX0X)
1
S/K55XX
S50XX-
51
SCREW, PHP, 10-24 X ½ (BAG OF 10)
1
13304
52
NUT, SPRING, 10-24 U TYPE (BAG OF 10)
1
11799
53
COVER, STOWLOCK, MODULAR
1
36588
54
SCREW, PHP, 1/4-20, TAP TITE, BLK ZINC (BAG OF 10)
2
45529
55
KIT, SOLENOID ASSY, 12V,w/CLIPSPRING
1
V2-ES-127
56
SPRING,STO-LOC RELEASE
1
V2-SP-093
57
CLIP, SPRING, BASE LATCH, SST
1
V2-AC-009
58
ROLLPIN, 1/8” X 1 1/4” (BAG OF 10)
1
36252
59
HOOK, STOWLOCK
1
36251
60
SCREW, PHP, 10-24 X 1/2” TRS
REF
61
KIT, BRKTS W/CAM FOLLOWER
1
K20XX
31247
62
KIT, GAS SPRING ASSY, TRAVELING FRAME
1
K20XX
19318
28111T
NOTE: (REF) in QTY column is for Referenced Parts Only and are not sold as spare parts.
NOTE: * Item or configuration not shown.
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15
14
12
13
11
10
9
16
8
2
6
3
11
10
REF
1
7
4
REF
5
NOTE: S-SERIES PLATFORM SHOWN
RSM0000600
FIGURE 4-7.1: S -SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE PLATFORM ASSEMBLY
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14
16
12
13
10
9
17
2
5
3
17
8
11
10
1C
R EF
6
REF
4
7
NOTE: K-SERIES PLATFORM SHOWN
RSM0006900
FIGURE 4-7.2: K -SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE PLATFORM ASSEMBLY
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FIGURE 4-7: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE PLATFORM ASSY
FIG.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
QTY
CONFIG.
1
PLATFORM WLDT, SOLID (34" X 54") GREY
REF
S2010
38332
1A *
PLATFORM WLDT, SOLID (34" X 54") GREY
REF
S50XX
38332
1B *
PLATFORM WLDT, SOLID (34" X 54") GREY
REF
S55XX
39925
1C
PLATFORM WLDT, SOLID (34" X 54") GREY
REF
K2010
30871
2
BUMPER, UHMW, .75D X .38T
2
V2-AC-027
3
SCREW, PHP, 8 TEK X 1/2 (BAG OF 10)
1
15961
4
ROLLSTOP ASSY, 6"H X 34"W
1
39953
PART NO.
5
KIT, REPLACEMENT, ROLLSTOP ACTUATOR, LH
1
22903
6
KIT, REPLACEMENT, ROLLSTOP ACTUATOR, RH
1
22902
7
KIT, HARDWARE, ROLLSTOPS
1
110011
8
KIT, COLLAR ROLLSTOP ACTUATOR, 8.25", W/HARDWARE
1
28773
9
KIT, FLANGE BEARING 1"ID (BAG OF 10)
1
19579
10
BLOCK, GREY, PLATFORM LEVEL ADJ
2
VT-AH-142
11
SCREW, HSS, 1/2-20 X 1 1/4 W/NYLOK
2
14403
12
KIT, HINGE, PLATFORM (GREY)
1
32107
13
SPRING, BRIDGEPLATE
14
ROLLSTOP WLDT, INNER, 34" (YELLOW WRINKLE)
3
15
BLOCK, BASE LATCH, RATCHET (SUPERSEDED P/N 36576)
1
V2-AC-103
16
KIT, SPACER, BRIDGEPLATE
2
42038
17
KIT, LINK ASSY, FRONT & REAR, YELLOW
2
K20XX
34523
KIT, LINK ASSY, FRONT & REAR, YELLOW
2
K55XX
34523
REF
25463
S2010
32472
NOTE: (REF) in QTY column is for Referenced Parts Only and are not sold as spare parts.
NOTE: * Item or configuration not shown.
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2
10
8
9
10
6
12
4
5
10
11
1
9
3
5
10
RSM0000700
FIGURE 4-8: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE HANDRAILS
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FIGURE 4-8: S/K-SERIES DOT PUBLIC USE HANDRAILS ASSY
FIG.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
HANDRAIL WLDT, LH (YELLOW)
REF
35791
2
HANDRAIL WLDT, RH (YELLOW)
REF
35790
3
KIT, BUCKLE ASSY, W/SWITCH & HARDWARE
1
22017
4
STRAP ASSY, STRAIGHT SLIDER
1
37976
5
LIGHT ASSY, PLATFORM
2
32478
6
HARNESS, BELT & HANDRAIL LIGHT
1
37348
7
HARNESS, HANDRAIL LIGHT
1
37346
8
SPACER, TRANSIT HANDRAIL
1
V2-AC-063
9
SCREW, HEX, 5/16-18 X 1 SST (BAG OF 10)
2
19706
10
SCREW, PHP, 8TEK X 3/4 (BAG OF 10)
1
15911
11
CABLE TIE, 5.5" (NAT)
REF
25520
12
CAP, ROUND, BLK, CAPLUG MFG.NO. FCR-20
2
25550
CONFIG.
PART NO.
NOTE: (REF) in QTY column is for Referenced Parts Only and are not sold as spare parts.
NOTE: * Item or configuration not shown.
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APPENDIX 1
LIFT SPECIFICATIONS
S/K-SERIES PUBLIC USE WHEELCHAIR LIFT
Power ............................................................ electro-hydraulic
Motor [email protected] volts DC .......... 65 amp avg/cycle, 1500 psi
Motor [email protected] volts DC ....... 32.5 amp avg/cycle, 1500 psi
Hydraulic cylinders ........... 2ea, 1.5", power up – gravity down
Rated load capacity, max ..................................800 lbs
Manual backup–up ..................................... hand pump
Manual backup–down............... pressure release valve
Lift weight..................................... approx 340 - 370 lbs
A
C
G
H
B
F
E
D
RSM0000800
DIMENSIONS (inches/millimeters)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
MODEL
Stationary
frame
width
Height
(folded)
Installation
depth
(folded)
Usable
platform
width
Usable
platform
length
Floor-toground
travel
Traveling
frame
width
Clear entry
width
S2005
47 / 1194
55 / 1397
14 / 356
32 / 813
51 / 1295
42 / 1067
40 / 1016
32 / 813
S2010
49 / 1245
55 / 1397
14 / 356
34 / 864
54 / 1372
42 / 1067
42 / 1067
34 / 864
S5005
47 / 1194
58 / 1473
14 / 356
32 / 813
51 / 1295
48 / 1219
40 / 1016
32 / 813
S5010
49 / 1245
58 / 1473
14 / 356
34 / 864
54 / 1372
48 / 1219
42 / 1067
34 / 864
S5505
47 / 1194
58 / 1473
14 / 356
32 / 813
51 / 1295
51 / 1295
40 / 1016
32 / 813
S5510
49 / 1245
58 / 1473
14 / 356
34 / 864
54 / 1372
51 / 1295
42 / 1067
34 / 864
K2005
47 / 1194
55 / 1397
17 / 432
32 / 813
51 / 1295
37 / 940
40 / 1016
32 / 813
K2010
49 / 1245
55 / 1397
17 / 432
34 / 864
54 / 1372
37 / 940
42 / 1067
34 / 864
K5005
47 / 1194
58 / 1473
17 / 432
32 / 813
51 / 1295
43 / 1092
40 / 1016
32 / 813
K5010
49 / 1245
58 / 1473
17 / 432
34 / 864
54 / 1372
43 / 1092
42 / 1067
34 / 864
K5505
47 / 1194
58 / 1473
17 / 432
32 / 813
51 / 1295
48 / 1219
40 / 1016
32 / 813
K5510
49 / 1245
58 / 1473
17 / 432
34 / 864
54 / 1372
48 / 1219
42 / 1067
34 / 864
END OF TABLE
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