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BM15101 Molift NOMAD English
Table of content
General advice.................................................. 3
Explanation of symbols................................ 3
Before using the patient lifter....................... 3
Responsibility............................................... 3
Safety precautions........................................... 4
General........................................................ 4
If defects or faults occur............................... 4
Lift and transfer............................................ 4
Maintenance. ................................................... 16
Cleaning..................................................... 16
Monthly maintenance................................. 16
Periodic inspection..................................... 16
Troubleshooting.......................................... 16
Service....................................................... 17
Service light codes................................... 17
Labelling..................................................... 17
Checklist for periodic inspection. .............. 18
About the product............................................ 5
Main parts.................................................... 5
Safety devices.............................................. 5
Technical data................................................... 6
Assembly/disassembly................................... 7
Assembly...................................................... 7
Checklist after mounting............................... 7
Disassembly................................................. 7
Operation............................................................ 8
Functions...................................................... 8
Operating the lifter........................................ 8
Emergency stop and emergency lowering... 8
Battery care.................................................. 8
Charging....................................................... 9
Electrical system.......................................... 9
Lift and transfer.......................................... 10
Checklist before use................................... 10
Using lifting slings...................................... 10
Climbing......................................................11
Rail system................................................. 12
Trolley..................................................... 12
IMPORTANT!
The patient lifter is only meant to be used by
qualified personnel.
The manual shall not be handed over, or
made available to, any unauthorised third
party, without a prior written consent from
Etac Supply Gjøvik. Existing laws, conventions
and agreements protects all documents. No
extract of this documentation can be reproduced, used or transferred without prior written consent from Etac Supply Gjøvik. Violation of these regulations may lead
to judicial repercussions and economic
responsibility. Industrial rights are reserved.
Accessories..................................................... 14
Lifting sling................................................. 14
Sling size guide. ...................................... 15
Sling bag.................................................... 15
Molift NOMAD Attachment arm.................. 15
Etac AS, Etac Supply Gjøvik
Hadelandsveien 2
2816 Gjøvik, Norway
Teleph: (+47) 40001004
Fax: (+47) 40001008
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BM15101 Molift NOMAD English - Rev. K 09/2012
General advice
This user manual contains important safety instructions and information regarding the use of
the lifter. Carefully read the manual before using
the lifter in order to be familiar in the function and
use of the lifter.
Explanation of symbols
This symbol is used to point out instructions
and information related to work place safety
where injury may occur if the information is
disregarded or ignored. Follow these instructions, be careful and attentive at all times.
This symbol indicates important information
regarding the use of the equipment. If not
taken into consideration, it may lead to damage or functional defects to the lifter or other
equipment.
This symbol indicates important and useful
information. If taken into consideration, it
will help the operator of the lifter to work efficiently. It may help simplify routines and to
explain complicated facts.
Before using the patient lifter
Before using a patient lifter, the operator must be
trained accordingly. Practice lifting a colleague,
and be lifted by others. It is important not only to
know how to move another person using the lifter,
but also how it is to be lifted. Try out and practice
using all the relevant slings for the different types
of lifter and movement you may encounter. Before
lifting a person, you should explain the procedure.
Responsibility
Please read these operating instructions carefully
before putting the product into operation. We assume no liability for damage or malfunctions resulting from failure to comply with the instructions. Warranty claims must be made immediately
on detecting the defect. Remember to quote the
serial number. Consumable parts are not subject
to the warranty.
All technical information, data and instructions
for operation contained in these operating instructions were up-to-date at time of print and
are compiled on the basis of our experience and
to the best of our knowledge. We reserve the right
to incorporate technical modifications within the
scope of further development of the product described in this manual. No claims can be derived
from the information, illustrations or descriptions
contained in these instructions. We assume no liability for any damage or malfunction caused by
operating errors, noncompliance with these operating instructions or inappropriate maintenance.
We expressly point out that only genuine Molift
spare parts and accessories approved by us may
be used. For safety reasons, the fitting and use of
spare parts or accessories, which have not been
approved, and unauthorized modification or conversion of the product, are not permitted. Etac
Supply Gjøvik will accept no liability for damages
resulting from such acts.
With the exclusion of product liability, Etac Supply
Gjøvik is liable for faults or omissions on its part
within the scope of the warranty obligations stated in the purchase contract. Claims for damages
are excluded, irrespective of the legal reason from
which such claims are derived. Only documentaWhen using the lifter, it’s also important to use the tion belonging to the actual equipment is valid.
correct sling and accessories according to:
Any failure to comply with the safety regulations
and precautionary measures stated in these oper• type of disability
ating instructions renders the declaration of con• size
formity supplied with the system in accordance
• weight
with Council Directive (93/42/EEC) concerning
• type of movement
medical devices invalid.
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Safety precautions
If the lifting movement does not start when
the corresponding button is pressed, please
consult the troubleshooting table in the
maintenance chapter to locate the fault.
General
Before putting a Molift NOMAD into operation, the
operator must ensure that the lifter and accessories are in good working order, especially with re- Injury to personnel or equipment may occur if
gards to safety.
Molift NOMAD is used in an incorrect manner and
if:
All instruction and information in this manual regarding safety and general precautions must be • covers are removed by unauthorized personnel
read, understood and followed carefully. Any dis- • used incorrectly
regard to these precautions may result in person- • insufficient maintenance
nel injury or damage to the equipment. The lifter • load exceeds maximum limit. The maximum
must be taken out of service immediately, or not
load stated in this manual and on the lifter is
returned to service, if faults and/or irregularities
the maximum load
that may have influence on the safety are discov- • unauthorized repair of electrical devices or caered.
bles
Lift and transfer
Several factors have to be considered during
movement of the lifter:
• the user shall sit as low as possible facing the
direction of movement.
• there is no obstacles in the moving area of the
lifter.
The lifter is designed for indoor use only, and
should not be exposed to sun for a longer peStand to the side of the user when lifting. Ensure
riod.
that arms and legs are clear of the chair, bed etc.
The lifter is designed for use in room tempera- Try to maintain eye contact with the user - this will
ture, +10 to +40 °C. This should be taken into help the user feel safe and comfortable.
consideration when transporting the lifter,
and therefore keeping it in a temperate part
Pay close attention to your actions. Ensure
of the vehicle. Alternatively, the lifter must rest
that all four loops of the sling are securely fasin a temperate room until the equipment has
tened to avoid the user slipping or falling.
achieved proper working temperature.
Make sure that there are no damages on the
lifter or lifting belt, or accessories, before lift The lifter has an expected lifetime of 10 years
ing.
or 30 000 lifts with max load (SWL), when all
recommended service is performed.
Molift slings shall ONLY be used to lift persons.
If defects or faults occur
NEVER use the sling to lift and/or move obThe lifter must be switched off immediately if one
jects of any kind.
of the following conditions occur;
Molift NOMAD should NOT be run constantly
• damage to electrical devices or cables, or damfor more than 2 minutes during 18 minutes.
age to parts of electrical insulation
• damage or failure on safety devices
Safety devices and -equipment must not be removed, disabled or in any other way altered. A
Molift NOMAD shall only be used when all safety
devices and equipment is in place and fully operational.
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BM15101 Molift NOMAD English - Rev. K 09/2012
About the product
Safety devices
Molift NOMAD is equipped with several safety deMolift NOMAD is a portable ceiling lifter intend- vices, which are intended to prevent personal ined for lifting and transferring persons. The lifter jury or damage to equipment in the case of incoris made out of light materials and has a battery. rect use.
It can be used in institutions with various needs,
making it necessary to move the lifter between • The lifter has an overload sensor which prevents the lifter from lifting too much. If the
different rooms.
weight of the patient is too high, the lifter will
stop.
The lifter has intelligent electronics with soft start/
stop, and a counter to register the number of lift • The lifting hooks are designed to prevent the
lifting sling from falling off.
cycles.
• Electrical system has a protection against overheating. If the temperature on the circuit card
Main parts
is too high, the lifter will stop, and you will have
The lifter consists of a chassis with motor, lifting
to wait until the temperature goes down.
belt, electronics and battery. A rail system with a
trolley is necessary for attachment of the lifter. The • The lifter has a sensor which will stop the lifter
if the lifting belt is not tight, to avoid it curling
lifter has four hooks for attaching the sling with
up.
the user.
• The electrical system registers the lifters operating time, and gives a signal when service is reThe lifter can be attached to the trolley directly, or
quired.
by using an attachment arm. This makes it easy to
move between the different rail systems. A climb- • The battery lamp will illuminate when the lifter
needs charging, and an audible signal will
ing strap on the trolley makes it possible to climb
sound.
from one rail system to another with a user sus• The lifter features emergency stop and emerpended.
gency lowering.
Trolley
Safety hook
Lifting handle
Lifting belt
Emergency lowering
Chassis
Buttons for lifting and
lowering
Emergency stop
Lifting hooks
Battery light and
service light
Hand Control
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Technical data
Lifting capacity, SWL (Safe Working Load):
Weight, total:
Lifting height:
255 kg (560 lbs), adjustable to lower loads
6,8 kg
2 meters
Material:
Motor:
Battery:
Lifting Speed:
Fibre armoured plastic and aluminium
23 mm/sec w/load,
26 mm/sec without/load
24 VDC
Number of lifts with fully charged battery:
26,4 V NiMH 2,2 Ah (Type EMP 2200CS)
or
26,6 V NiCd 1,9 Ah (Type N-1900 CSR)
Sound level, max. A-weighted sound power level:
Type 2215 10-20 cells
Battery charger:
Protection:
approx 60 (standard lifts 75 kg, 50 cm)
LWA = 68,8 dB
Operating forces:
Buttons on hand control: 3,4 N
Buttons on lifter: 1,3 N
Measurements:
IP24
522 x 200 x 330 mm (LxBxH)
Measurements in illustrations below are in millimetres.
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Procedures:
- 14-P01 Assembly instructions
- 14-P02 Control scheme
All bolts to be tightened with 2,5Nm (10x),
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Bill of materials:
Qty. Description.
Designed/Drawn: Date:
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Material.
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Assembly/disassembly
• Reset the emergency stop button.
Checklist after mounting
• Check that the lifter has no visible damage or
missing parts.
• Check that the batteries are sufficiently
charged.
Assembly
• Make sure that the lifter is properly attached to
the trolley and attachment arm, and that the
The lifter shall only be mounted on a rail syssafety hook is locked.
tem with a capacity on 255 kg or higher.
• Check that the lifter functions correctly by running it up and down.
If the Molift NOMAD is mounted on a rail system with a lower lifting capacity, the lowest
capacity also applies for the lifter.
If any damage or faults occur on the lifter or
the rail system, contact your local service representative/dealer or Etac Supply Gjøvik im Etac Supply Gjøvik has the system liabilimediately. The lifter shall not to be used.
ty only when the rail system with trolley is
mounted by authorized service representative/dealer or Etac Supply Gjøvik.
Disassembly
• Lower the lifter enough to hold it.
Take care that the lifter do not get damaged • Untighten the lifting belt and remove it from
the trolley using the attachment arm, or release
by hitting the floor or walls. Danger of personthe safety hook.
al injury if the lifting hooks are damaged.
• The lifter can be moved.
• Attach the safety hook on the lifting belt on the
attachment arm.
The control electronic has a power saving feature, which puts the system into stand by after a while of no activity. Activate one button
Trolley
and the service lamp will give a green light to
show that the lifter is ready for use.
To be able to operate the Molift NOMAD, the operator must have good knowledge of the lift, including assembly and preparation before use.
Attachment arm
Lifting belt
If the lifter is to be stored for a longer period,
activate the emergency stop.
Lifter
• Hook the attachment arm to the trolley. The
arm will swing up when the lifter is hanging in
the hook.
• Alternatively, the lifting belt can be hooked directly onto the trolley.
• Connect the hand control unit to the lifter.
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Operation
• If the lifter don’t move, charge the battery, and
try the emergency lowering button again. Do
not run the lifter when connected to the charger!
• If none of the actions above works, the user
must be lowered manually. Call for assistance.
Functions
Emergency lowering
Up
Battery light
Emergency
stop
Down
Service light
Contact hand control
Hand control
Operating the lifter
Connect the hand control cable to the plug on the
back side of the lifter. The hand control has two
buttons which gives the operator excellent control
of the movement of the lifter up and down. Two
buttons with the same function are placed on the
right front side of the lifter.
Emergency stop and emergency lowering
All Molift lifters are equipped with emergency stop
and lowering. The emergency stop button will cut
the power to the motor, and is situated on the left
front side of the chassis. Turn the button clockwise
to reset. Charging and emergency lowering does
not work if the emergency stop is activated.
If the Molift Nomad is operated by the user
alone, the Emergency Stop and Emergency
lowering button is difficult to operate. Make
sure to have a mobile telephone or other communication device available.
If the reason for failure causing an emergency
lowering is unknown or if it is a result of failed
component, contact your local service representative/dealer or Etac Supply Gjøvik.
Battery care
The batteries of the Molift NOMAD is a 26,4 V cell
unit that is placed inside the chassis. Molift NOMAD can be used with two kinds of batteries: NiCd
and NiMH. The battery charger works with both
types.
The lifter has a battery light on the hand control
which illuminates when the battery voltage drops
below a certain level. If there is no hand control
connected the battery light on the lifter will illuminate when battery level is low. There will also be
an audible alarm, which indicates that the battery
needs charging. There is still enough capacity to
lower the patient.
If the battery is discharged during a lift, it is
always enough power to lower the user down
again.
It is possible to perform an emergency lowering in
case of an electronic malfunction or uncontrolled
stop. There is an emergency lowering button on
the left front side of the chassis with a yellow seal.
Move the lifter to a suitable location to lower the
user.
• Puncture the seal and press the emergency
lowering button. The lifter will make a smoothly
movement downwards.
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BM15101 Molift NOMAD English - Rev. K 09/2012
Charging
The charger can be placed on the wall or a table
and connected to the power outlet. The charging
light on the charger gives a yellow light when the
charger is ready for use and there is no hand control unit placed in the charger.
Operating buttons
up/down
Battery light
Charger
Hand control
The battery will not achieve full capacity before it has been fully charged and discharged
a couple of times.
The lifter can be operated without hand control.
The lifter is then equipped with a special charger
with a contact to be plugged in the hand control
contact on the lifter when charging. Both chargers
have the same functions.
Electrical system
On the front right side of the lifter there is a service
light which will give a signal when the lifter needs
service. When there is a green light, the lifter can
be used normally. If there is no light, push one of
the up/down buttons to activate the electronics,
and the service lamp will illuminate.
The electrical system has a power save function
which will turn off the electrical system after ten
minutes without activity. All lights will turn off. The
system is activated when pushing one of the operating buttons.
Charging light
Battery light
Description of charging light
Charging light
Yellow
Yellow
Orange
Green/yellow
Green
Orange/green
Mode
Ready for use, no battery connected
Initialization
Fast charge
Top-off charge
Trickle charge
Error
Service light
If the lifter is run up and down constantly for a
longer period, the electronics may be overheatPlace the hand control in the charger, make sure ed, and then the lifter will stop. The service diode
the cable is connected to the lifter. After a few sec- will give a yellow flashing signal until the lifter has
onds the charger light will change from yellow to cooled down sufficiently to work again.
orange, indicating that the battery is charging. If
the charging light gives a constant green light, this If the lifting belt is untight, the lifter will stop to
means the batteries are fully charged. The lifter can avoid the belt from rolling in incorrectly. Run lifter
not be used while charging the batteries.
up to tighten belt.
If the emergency stop button is activated the
batteries will not charge.
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Lift and transfer
The suspension shall always be positioned across
the user as shown left in the illustration below.
When using slings intended for two point suspension, the suspension shall be used diagonally, i.e. loops from the sling shall be fastened on hooks diagonally opposite.
When transferring the user shall sit as low as possible facing the direction of movement.
Be careful during movement - the suspended user
may swing somewhat during turns, stops and
starts. Be particularly careful when manoeuvring
close to furniture to prevent the suspended user
from colliding with these objects. It is preferred to
turn the user to face the moving direction.
Check that the lifting belt don’t curl when raising.
Checklist before use
• Check that the lifter has no visible damage or
missing parts.
• Check that the batteries are sufficiently charged
(no light on battery light on hand control or
lifter).
• Check that the srvice light is green, meaning no
service is needed.
• Make sure that the lifter is properly attached to
the trolley and attachment arm, and that the
safety hook is locked.
• Check that the lifter functions correctly by running it up and down.
If any damage or faults occur on the lifter or
the rail system, contact your local service representative/dealer or Etac Supply Gjøvik immediately. The lifter shall not to be used.
Using lifting slings
It is recommended to use Molift Easy slings.
Slings from other manufacturers may have
other specifications leading to unexpected instability and possible injury to personnel.
Torn, cut, frayed or broken slings can fail, resulting in serious injury to the user. Use slings
in good condition only. Destroy and discard
old, unusable slings.
Please see the user manual following each
sling for specific user instructions.
The lifter is only to be used for transferring
over short distances. It is not a replacement
for wheelchairs or similar.
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BM15101 Molift NOMAD English - Rev. K 09/2012
Climbing
With Molift NOMAD it is possible to climb between
two rail systems, and then we can avoid cut-outs
above the doors. There must be a trolley with a
climbing belt present on both rail systems.
Trolley
• Lower the lifter until it hangs in the climbing
belt only.
The lifter will stop if the lifting belt is untight.
Rail
Climbing belt
• Move the lifter until it stops at the end of the
rail, and move the trolley on the opposite side
as close as possible.
• Move the lifting belt to the opposite trolley
with the attachment arm.
• Run the lifter up until it hangs in the lifting belt.
The climbing belt can be released, and the lifter
can be run up and down as normal.
Climbing
belt
Lifting belt
Handle
• Raise the lifter until it is possible to attach the
climbing belt on the opposite trolley to the lifters handle.
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Rail system
The rail system is mounted rigidly and may consist
of several parts, like a traverse with transition coupling and switches.
Trolley
There are several types of trolleys for Molift Nomad supplied to the rail system.
Trolleys MRS
Etac Supply Gjøvik has two different rail systems,
one with open rails and a new system with closed
rails which can be integrated in the ceiling (Molift
Rail System, MRS).
If any damage or faults occur on the rail system,
contact your local service representative/dealer or
Etac Supply Gjøvik immediately.
Only one lifter is allowed to be mounted on
each rail system at the same time. Make sure
that the rail system has the same max. load as
the lifter, 255 kg.
If the Molift NOMAD is mounted on a rail sys- Trolley Molift Nomad (SWL 255 kg)
tem with a lower lifting capacity, the lowest Part number 1109400
capacity also applies for the lifter.
This is a standard trolley for Molift Nomad in MRS,
with end bumpers and lifting eye with swivel func Etac Supply Gjøvik has the system liability tion mounted.
only when the rail system with lifting motor
and suspension is mounted by authorized
service representative/dealer or Etac Supply
Gjøvik.
The Rail System with all parts is described in separate manuals (MRS handbook and Architect binder)
Trolley Molift Nomad Climbing (SWL 255 kg)
Part number 1109403
Trolley for Molift Nomad, with end bumpers, belt
and lifting eyes prepared for climbing.
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BM15101 Molift NOMAD English - Rev. K 09/2012
Trolley for Molift open rail
Trolley Molift Nomad
Part number 1210001
Trolley with swivel and a climbing belt that makes
it possible to climb between two different rail systems.
When necessary it is possible to have a trolley with
a suspended attachment hook.
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Accessories
Molift Easy Toilet Sling
Lifting sling
Molift Easy Paediatric Sling
Size
XXS
XS
No headsupport
Art. no 3005050
Art. no 3005000
With headsupport
Art. no 3006050
Art. no 3006000
Easy Toilet Sling and Basic Bathing Sling for kids,
see the tables below, size XXS and XS.
Size
XXS
XS
S
M
L
XL
XXL
No headsupport
Art. no 3032050
Art. no 3032000
Art. no 3032100
Art. no 3032200
Art. no 3032300
Art. no 3032400
Art. no 3032500
With headsupport
Art. no 3033050
Art. no 3033000
Art. no 3033100
Art. no 3033200
Art. no 3033300
Art. no 3033400
Art. no 3033500
Molift Easy Toilet Sling Comfort
Molift Easy Sling
Size
XS
S
M
L
XL
XXL
No headsupport
Art. no 3025000
Art. no 3025100
Art. no 3025200
Art. no 3025300
Art. no 3025400
Art. no 3025500
With headsupport
Art. no 3026000
Art. no 3026100
Art. no 3026200
Art. no 3026300
Art. no 3026400
Art. no 3026500
Size
No headsupport
XXS
XS
S
M
L
XL
XXL
Art. no 3016050
Art. no 3016000
Art. no 3016100
Art. no 3016200
Art. no 3016300
Art. no 3016400
Art. no 3016500
Separate
headsupport
Art. no 3016055
Art. no 3016001
Art. no 3016111
Art. no 3016222
Art. no 3016333
Art. no 3016444
Art. no 3016555
Molift Basic Sling
Size
XXS
XS
S
M
L
XL
XXL
No headsupport
Art. no 3021050
Art. no 3021000
Art. no 3021100
Art. no 3021200
Art. no 3021300
Art. no 3021400
Art. no 3021500
With headsupport
Art. no 3022050
Art. no 3022000
Art. no 3022100
Art. no 3022200
Art. no 3022300
Art. no 3022400
Art. no 3022500
Molift Easy Amputee Sling
With headsupport
Art. no 3024050
Art. no 3024000
Art. no 3024100
Art. no 3024200
Art. no 3024300
Art. no 3024400
Art. no 3024500
Molift Ambulating Vest
Size
XXS
XS
S
M
L
XL
XXL
No headsupport
Art. no 3027050
Art. no 3027000
Art. no 3027100
Art. no 3027200
Art. no 3027300
Art. no 3027400
Art. no 3027500
With headsupport
Art. no 3028050
Art. no 3028000
Art. no 3028100
Art. no 3028200
Art. no 3028300
Art. no 3028400
Art. no 3028500
Molift Basic Bathing Sling
Size
XXS
XS
S
M
L
XL
XXL
No headsupport
Art. no 3023050
Art. no 3023000
Art. no 3023100
Art. no 3023200
Art. no 3023300
Art. no 3023400
Art. no 3023500
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Size
S
M
L
No headsupport
Art. no 303610
Art. no 3036200
Art. no 3036300
Waist diameter
60-75 cm
75-100 cm
100-150 cm
BM15101 Molift NOMAD English - Rev. K 09/2012
Sling size guide
A
C
B
Easy and Basic Slings
Color
code
Recomm.
A
B
C
weight
(cm) (cm) (cm)
(Kg)
XXL
White
230-300
86
130
68
XL
Blue
160-240
76
115
66
L
Green
90-160
66
100
64
M
Yellow
45-95
56
85
62
S
Red
25-50
51
75
60
XS
Light
blue
Pink
17-25
46
65
58
12-17
41
55
56
Size
XXS
Choice of sling size depends on both user weight
and shape/size of user.
Please see the user manual following each
sling for specific user instructions.
Sling bag
Bag for slings - Art. no 3048000
Molift NOMAD Attachment arm
1200004 Extension Arm I 900 Nomad
1200006 Extension Arm I 1050 Nomad
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Maintenance
Troubleshooting
If you are not able to solve the fault or problems by
yourself using this manual, please contact your loCleaning
cal authorized service representative. If you don’t
Detergents must be pH-neutral. Do not use know whom to contact locally, please contact your
solvents or strong liquids - this may damage dealer or Etac Supply Gjøvik to get help.
surfaces on the lifter. For disinfection when Symptom
Possible cause/action
needed; use isopropyl alcohol. Avoid abrasive
The lifter does
Battery discharged / charge
cleaning products.
not work
battery
Clean surfaces with a damp cloth using an appropriate detergent.
Regular cleaning is recommended and should be
implemented in the suitable cleaning routines.
Monthly maintenance
• Run the lifter through the complete installation,
and check that it is running smoothly.
• Verify that the hand control contact is firmly
in place. Clean contact and hand control with
white spirit to remove grease and dirt.
• Check that the hand control cable has no damage.
• Check that the lifting belt has no damage, remove hair, dirt and dust from opening and
check that the belt moves out and in easily
throughout the length of the belt.
• Run lifter up and down to verify that it moves
normally without any abnormal noise.
• Check that the battery and service light gives
no signal. Contact local service representative/
dealer or Etac Supply Gjøvik if the lifter does
not work properly or if the service light illuminates.
Periodic inspection
Molift recommends periodic inspection of the
lifter once a year according to checklist on page
18. Periodic inspection is to be performed by authorized personnel. The rail system has a separate
checklist for annually inspection.
One checklist is to be filled in and signed for each
lifter after inspection. The owner of the lifter is responsible for keeping the list for information.
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Lifter moves
slowly or makes
noise
The lifter is not
charging
Emergency stop is activated
(pushed in) / turn clockwise to
reset
The cable/contact of the hand
control has disconnected / reconnect contact
Hand control has failed / use
operating buttons on lifter,
switch hand control or contact
local service representative
for service
Lifting belt is untight / tighten
lifting belt, raise lifter
Defective control electronics
/ contact local service representative for service
Lifter is defective / contact local service representative for
service
Brakes defective / contact local service representative for
service
Emergency stop is activated /
Reset emergency stop
Plug for charger is not connected to power (no light on
charging light) / Connect to
power outlet
Hand control not placed correct in charger / Check that
the hand control is placed
correct in the charger.
Connection between charger and hand control, or hand
control and lifter, is bad /
Check and clean the contact points on the charger and
hand control.
BM15101 Molift NOMAD English - Rev. K 09/2012
Service
Labelling
On the front right side of the lifter there is a service Explanation of the lifters labelling:
light which will give a signal when the lifter needs Controlled
Part number Serial number
service. When there is a green light, the lifter can and approved
be used normally. If there is no light, push one of
the up/down buttons to activate the electronics,
and the service lamp will illuminate.
Battery light
Type BF applied part
Service light
CE certified
The electronics measures the operating time of
the lifter, and after a specific time the yellow light
will illuminate, indicating that the lifter needs service. Take contact with your local Molift service representative/dealer. The lifter can still be operated,
but after a while an audible alarm will sound, to remind the operator that the lifter needs service immediately.
Service light codes
Service light
No light
Green
Yellow
Red
Red + sound
Flashing yellow
Refer to user manual
Electrical Emergency lowering
255
560
Max user weight 255 kg
CSA certified
Do not dispose in general waste
Mode
Power saving
Ready for use
Book service
Perform service
Perform service immediately
Overheating
Service is done according to procedures in the
technical manual for the lifter.
Spare parts
A full parts list is available upon request. Contact
your local dealer.
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12.11.2007
Checklist for periodic inspection of Molift Nomad
Checklist for periodicRevision
inspection
A – 10/2007
COMPULSORY SAFETY CHECK (annual):
OK
Fault
Completed
Corrected
Visual inspection
Whole lifter checked for damage, cracks and deformation and found to
be in good order. (Especially lifting hooks, lifting belt with hooks,
screw piece and all cables).
Lifter has been correctly assembled and has no loose parts.
Accessories have been checked. See separate form for sling. Battery
charger is an accessory.
List the accessories checked:…………………….………………
Function checks
Emergency stop and manual control have been checked and are in
working order.
The lifter has been tested on the installation (preferably under load)
and runs easily throughout the installation and the end stops are in
order.
The lifter has been fully raised and lowered (preferably under load)
and moves evenly, stopping in the up and down positions by means of
limit switches.
Servicing required
Servicing unnecessary because the servicing lamp is on green and the
lifter is under 5 years old.
Compulsory in case of faults under one of the above points:
The lifter has been removed from service and clearly marked "OUT OF ORDER".
Certified personnel have been summoned to carry out repairs and servicing.
Name /Tel./ Fax:…………………………………………………………………
Completed
Compulsory where lifter has been checked and approved:
The lifter has passed the safety check and been affixed with the Molift safety check
label, duly dated and signed.
The ticked and signed checklist has been passed to the client.
.
Comments on faults and repairs: ............................ .............................................................................
................................................ ............................. .............................................................................
................................................ ............................. .............................................................................
................................................ ............................. .............................................................................
................................................ ............................. .............................................................................
................................................ ............................. .............................................................................
................................................ ............................. .............................................................................
................................................ ............................. .............................................................................
Lifter serial no.: .............................. .................................. Other ID. no. (if any): ........................................................
Client:............................................... .................................. ....................... .....................................................................
Inspection carried out by: (Block capitals) ....................... ...............from .....................................................................
Molift certification no. for inspector/repairer (if any): ... ....................... .....................................................................
The equipment has been tested and is in full working order
Yes
No
Place: ......................................Date: ................. Signature:....................... .....................................................................
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BM15101 Molift NOMAD English - Rev. K 09/2012
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