Workshop Manual - IRIZAR

Workshop Manual - IRIZAR
Workshop Manual
REVISÃO 4 – FORMATO Nº 159 – 14.09.2010
INDEX
1 HEADLIGHT SET OPENING AND LAMPS REPLACEMENT
4
2 FRONT AND CENTRE DOORS
6
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
VALVES
DRIER FILTER
ELECTRONIC RELAY
INSTRUCTION FOR DOOR ASSEMBLING IN CASE OF DAMAGE
ANOMALIES
MAINTENANCE
7
10
12
13
19
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3 DRIVER DOOR HINGE
30
3.1 SPRING FORCE ADJUSTMENT
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4 WIPER SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
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4.1 WIPER SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
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5 CLIMATE SYSTEM
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14
5.15
5.16
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38
39
51
52
52
52
53
63
67
68
70
73
73
74
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ECOMASTER CLIMA – DESCRIPTION OF OPERATION
AUTO- CHECING – ERROR CODES
UNIT INSTALATION AND CONNECTION
SWITCHING ON
SWITCHING ON AND AUTOMATICALLY
SWITCHING ON AND OFF MANUALLY
ANOMALIES WHEN SWITCHING ON
SETTING UP THE AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM: POT
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
CHECKING TEMPERATURE SENSOR
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
ECOMASTER BASIC D
FAMILY RANGE
UNIT INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL WIRING
CONNECTION OF THE ELEMENTS TO BE MONITORED
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5.17 CHECKING OF OPERATION
5.18 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
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6 MANUAL RAMP
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
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82
87
89
90
91
TECHNICAL FEATURES
INTRODUCTION
CORRECT USE OF THE RAMP
OPERATION
RAMP OPERATING POSITIONS
MAINTENANCE
7 GAMA CICLO - MANUAL DESCRIPTION
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
INTRODUCTION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
GETTING STARTED
TROUBLESHOOTING
REPARING PROCEDURES
MOQUETTES (FABRIC) MAINTENANCE AND CONSERVATION
PLASTICS PARTS CLEANING
PAINT PROTECTION
URBAN 90 PASSENGERS SEAT
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96
98
99
100
120
122
122
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3
1
HEADLIGHT SET OPENING AND LAMPS REPLACEMENT
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Open up the front inspection cover.
Pull the head light front cover by the
indicated section
Turn the headlight set as indicated in the
picture.
Remove the head light lamp by turning the
lamp support
Important: When assemble the head light support back make sure the support is sealed to
avoid water ingress.
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2
FRONT AND CENTRE DOORS
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2.1
VALVES
OPERATION
1. Solenoid
2. Sealing joints
3. Piston
4. O-Ring
5. Solenoid
6. Manual push-buttons
7. Regulators
P- Power supply connector
B- Cylinder outlet
A- Cylinder outlet
S- Discharge in the atmosphere from B
R- Discharge in the atmosphere from A
F- Discharge in the atmosphere from solenoid (1)
G- Discharge in the atmosphere from solenoid (5)
a- Passage to chambers b and c
b- Chamber
b- Chamber
d- Passage to solenoid (1)
e- Passage to solenoid (5)
The 5-way 2-position electrovalve conveys the pneumatic air flow to the corresponding opening or closing
chambers of the actuating cylinder, while connecting the inactivated cylinder chamber with the atmosphere.
This valve is controlled by two solenoids (1 and 5) and there are also manual push-buttons (6) to be able to
control it directly, in case of failure.
OPERATION:
Compressed air comes into the electrovalve through inlet P and, in the position shown in the figure, it goes
out through B to the corresponding cylinder chamber. Air that comes through inlet P goes through passage a
to chambers b and c and from there, it goes through passages d and e to the solenoid valves. Air remains
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there compressed since solenoid valves (1 and 5) are placed in a way that block the discharge in the
atmosphere through F and G. Mean while, the inactivated cylinder chamber is connected with the
atmosphere through outlet A and discharge R.
In order to activate the electrovalve in the opposite direction to the figure, the solenoid (1) has to be
activated by causing the discharge in the atmosphere from passage d and chamber b through F. When
chamber b is connected with the atmosphere, the existing pressure in chamber c moves the piston (3) in the
opposite direction to the figure. The piston is then placed in the sealing joints so that the air reverses its
movement, going out through A and blocking the discharge R, while outlet (b) is connected with the
atmosphere through S and the corresponding cylinder chamber. This activates the cylinder in the opposite
direction.
When the solenoid is no longer activated, it returns to its normal position, thus blocking the discharge in the
atmosphere from passage (d) and chamber (b).
The piston (3) remains motion less in each selected position and it does not change until the opposite
solenoid is activated.
In case of emergency, the electrovalve can be activated manually, by means of push-button (6) which
produces the discharge in the atmosphere from the corresponding chamber (b) or (c). This causes the piston
to move because of pressure difference.
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2.2
2.2.1
DRIER FILTER
OPERATION
The filter is responsible not only for retaining the impurities and condensed water from the compressed air
to be used, but also for lubricating the circuit.
The air comes into the filter by inlet E, going through the punched plate (2) and the compacted filter (3) that
separates the big impurities.
Water is deposited by gravity at the bottom of the vessel, where there are about 10 cm3 of oil (see technical
features). When the water level increases in the filter vessel, due to condensations of the air reheated by
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the compressor, the level of the oil carried by the air increases, thus lubricating the whole system. The
treated oil dissolves the paste formed in the valves and all is ejected by their discharges.
The oil treated with bisulfide repels water because of its water-repellent features, being cleaning and
greasing very effective.
Since in many vehicles the air that arrives from the compressor carries not only water vapour but also dirty
oil, an obstruction of the filter (3) and (4) is possible. The obstructed filter (3) works as a piston, gains the
spring (9) letting the air go directly from(E) through (5) to outlet (6), thus allowing the vehicle to circulate.
Then the filtration continues in the second metallic filter (4), going back to the circuit by drill (5) to outlet (6).
These filters have to be replaced or cleaned depending on the air impurity level.
Condensation accumulated at the bottom of the vessel (1) will be emptied through screw (7).
The oil filling to lubricate the pneumatic circuit is done through plug (8).
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2.3
2.3.1
ELECTRONIC RELAY
CONNECTION AND OPERATION
Properties:
30 85 86 87 87a-
To open/close push-button
To positive (12/24V.)
To negative
To close signal
To open signal
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2.4
2.4.1
INSTRUCTION FOR DOOR ASSEMBLING IN CASE OF DAMAGE
MECHANISM PLATE ASSEMBLING
·
Centre the plate with the door hole. Rod axles must be equidistant to the door frame.
·
Place the plate at the indicated height, measure 30mm.
·
Incline the plate to the indicated degrees (the plate with the rod must form a 90 degree
angle). Before definitively fixing the plate, see point 2, in order to ensure the 90 degrees
indicated.
·
Fix the plate definitively by welding. Minimum six beads of 20 mm equidistant along it. Fix it
also at each end by means of a tie rod.
·
The checking of the correct mounting is indicated in point 2.
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2.4.2
SEALING FRAMES ASSEMBLING
·
Mount the aluminum and rubber profiles around the frame. Seal all union angles between
rubbers with special sealing for rubber. Binding screws or fasteners must be placed
equidistant with a minimum separation of 25cm.
·
Recommended tightening torques: see attached list at the end of chapter one “Mechanical
part”. Screw or fasteners are include by the customer.
·
2.4.3
The checking of this mounting takes place by adjusting the door to the frame rubber.
TURNING RODS ASSEMBLING
·
Grease the striated axles slightly and the placement of the lower kits in abundance.
·
Introduce the ring that adjusts the clearance of the bar for the striated part and screw at the
corresponding height.
·
Mount the lower turning kit in the bar.
·
Introduce the striated axle in the plates turning kit and screw the lower turning kit to the
floor.
·
Check that the cylinders axle are totally hidden and then when pulled manually opens by
15mm. In this position place the spacer and the sprocket in the striated axle. This connects
the cylinder to the bar.
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·
Without moving the bar, first place
the top bar that has the rubber stop,
has to be in contact with the portal
frame. The bar has to be mounted
where indicated on the diagram.
Then the lower arm is mounted
where indicated in the diagram.
Then the lower arm is mounted
where indicated in the plan and
parallel to the top bar.
·
Mount the hinge joints to the
arms. Check the turning radius
that forms theentry of the bar
and that the hinge joints are
centred.
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·
Checking: verify that the plate and the rod form a 90 degree angle. Use a square, turn the
rod manually and check that it slightly tilts. Verify the distance between the centre of the
bar and the centre of the hinge joints.
·
2.4.4
Recommended tightening torques: see and of the chapter.
COPLETE DOOR LEAVES
·
Screw the supports of the hinge joints to the screwed dril holes mechanised from origin.
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·
Mount the locking devices and the handles
·
Mount the rubber seals
·
Mount the glass
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2.4.5
·
MOUNTING THE LEAVES ON TO THE VEHICLE
Mount the leaves on the vehicle screwing the ball joint to
their supports
·
Lateral adjust is made by modifying the ball joint supports
position
·
Front adjust is made by modifying the low arm position. Using
the lower arm, the connection between the door and the
cylinder doesn´t change
·
Height adjust is made by modifying the height of the arms on
the bar
·
The tightening bar is screwed on the door using a support
fixed on the door. It is screwed to the chassis by another
support made by the coach builder
·
Tightening bar check. When the door is completely opened, it
has to be parallel to the bodywork. When the door is closed,
it has to be alligned to the bodywork.
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RECOMMENDED TIGHTENING TORQUES
2.4.6
Screw
d.4,2
plate
M3
M5
M6
M8
M10
Tightening (Nm)
4,5 Nm
Door clamps
door sealing rubber fixing
1 Nm
5 Nm
8 Nm
20 Nm
40 Nm
M14
M16
80 Nm
125 Nm
outer lock hubcap
outer door handle, inner red door handle
rod stop bushing, lock, lower sealing rubber
lower rod support, handles
bar / arm clamps, ball joint supports, BT ball joints / BT ball joint supports / tie
rods
ltightening bar ball joint / tube
support / arm ball joints, upper fixing screw / lower turning axle bar
ANOMALIES
2.5
2.5.1
DOORS DO NOT WORK
Cause
·
Pressure lack in the circuit (Doors can be moved manually)
Solution
·
Check that the pressure reaches the auxiliar air tank. Start the vehicle until the service pressure is
reached.
·
Check that the door is not set to emergency, activate emergency reset switch.
Cause
·
Electric failure. (Doors keep opened or closed, with pressure).
Solution
·
Check connections. (Always while pushing to open or close, the valve
coils must have leakage).
Pressing vias 3 or 5
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Cause
·
Failure of the door's limit switch.
Solution
·
Check the position or replace the micro switch.
·
Check the door fuses. If everything is in order, and the valves do not excite, the whole circuit has
to be inspected by an electric workshop, to verify that all the
limit switch (of the doors, etc) are in order.
Cause
·
Electrovalves do not work.
Solution
·
If the air and current arrive to the electrovalve,
and it does not work, it can be obstructed by
impurities. Clean the general filter, add oil with
molybdenum bisulphide and actuate the valve
several times by means of the manual switch.
The valve will clean it self in most cases.
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Cause
·
Electrovalves do not work.
Solution
·
Before dismounting, check if the cylinder piston is not passed.
The piston rubber can be damaged. If so, dismount and
change the piston fittings of the cylinder.
·
The piston or the sealing joint can be
scratched. If so, dismount the valve and
change the rings taking care to dismount them
as shown in the instructions of the spare rings
box. NOTE: Never dismount a valve, before
verify the previous points.
2.5.2
DOORS GO TOO FAST OR TOO SLOW
Cause
·
Bad adjustment
Solution
·
Adjust the regulators or replace the regulation screw in
the head of the connection screws or in the electrovalve's
exhausts.
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2.5.3
DOORS OPEN BY THEMSELVES
Cause
·
Bad adjustments of the limit switch of the sensitivity manual adjuster.
Solution
·
Set the limit switch in a way that it breaks the electric circuit
just when the door is completely closed.
Cause
·
Short circuit in the safety pressure detector.
Solution
·
Replace pressure detector.
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Cause
·
Leakages in the emergency push-buttons.
Solution
·
2.5.4
Check the water tightness of the connections, or a possible breaking of the tube.
THE CLOSED DOORS OPEN SOME CENTIMETRES WHEN RNNING
Cause
·
Bad cylinder set-up.
Solution
·
Set up the cylinder so that stroke overrun is the same when opening or when closing. Change
driving rod position if necessary.
Important: die safety reasons, doors must remain completely closed along the operation.
2.5.5
ON THE CLOSING PROCESS, DOOR REVERTS THE MOVEMENT RETURNING TO THE OPEN
POSITION. (DOOR WITH SENSITIVITY SYSTEM)
Cause
·
Sensitivity regulator too opened.
Solution
·
Smoothly fasten regulation screw until the door is completely closed.
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Cause
·
Bus is reclined in an abnormal position.
Solution
·
Keep "CLOSE" push button firmly pressed until door completes closing travel.
Cause
·
Friction due to external causes.
Solution
·
With air pressure disconnected, check that leaf run is smooth.
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MAINTENANCE
2.6
Basic instructions to upkeep doors . Periodic
maintenance every 6 months or every 50.000
Km.
Note: The numbering belongs to the
drawings that to continuation are detailed.
2.6.1
·
EMPTY FILTER AND ADD OIL
Empty filter oil by means of a jack
screw.
·
Remove the plug and add half the oil
bottle(35 cm3 approximately).
·
It is high indicated to use Masats
original pneumatic oil. .
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2.6.2
HOWEVER, A BLED OF SAE 10 PLUS 5% OF BISULPHIDE CAN ALSO BE APPLIED
2.6.3
TORQUES CHECKING
Check of all torques by following the standard torques table item 2 – 1 – 6
2.6.4
CHECK THE SENSIBILITY SYSTEM
2.6.4.1
CLOSE TO SENSITIVITY
2.6.4.2
OPEN TO SENSITIVITY
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2.6.4.3
TO VERIFY ALL THE ROUTE OF THE TUBE OF SENSIBILITY SENSOR
2.6.4.4
CHECK THE CENTRE RUBBER SENSITIVE CHANNEL WORK
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2.6.5
CHECK RUBBERS CLEARANCES
2.6.6
GREASE THE TURNING SHAFT
The outer opening equipment has two bearing points. The lower one does not need to be greased, since the
turning system is made of self-greasing plastic. The upper shaft is fixed by a self-greasing bearing. The upper
pinion and rack axle need to be periodically greased, by following the standard period of 6 months of
operation.
2.6.7
UPPER TURNING SUPPORT
2.6.8
LOWER TURNING SUPPORT
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2.6.9
ELESTROVALVES CLEANING
In case any solenoid has been damaged by some external agent, it has to be replaced. It is highly
recommended the companies with a significative number of vehicles to have some spare solenoids in stock
Solenoids
2.6.10 ACTUATORS
Replace the cylinder consumable parts by using a cylinder repairing kit if necessary.
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3
DRIVER DOOR HINGE
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3.1
PRING FORCE ADJUSTMENT
The hinge spring must be adjusted as long as some complains about door rattling opening during the
bus operation appear. Excessive force on hinge reduces the time life or generates eventual breaks.
Release the pressure over the hinge pin
by slightelly turning the top bolt to the
left.
Remove the pin and tight bolt to left in ¼
of turn.
Hold the alley tool and put the pin back.
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4
WIPER SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
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4.1
WIPER SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
The following maintenance Schedule was designed for normal conditions of applications, minding
places with regular occurrence of rain in 5 to 6 months of the year.
Action
1
Frequency
Check the wiped area and cleaning efficiency. Replace the wiper blades in case Every 90 days
inefficient cleanness.
2
Correct position of wiper arms. Must be parallel to the ground.
Every 90 days
3
Check fixing bolts of arms, rods, eliminate the clearances by applying the torques: Rod Every 90 days
60 Nm, arms 45 Nm.
4
Wiper Motor: Check the fixing bolts. Eliminate the clearances by applying the torques: Every 90 days
M10 - 40Nm, motor rod 16mm = 25 Nm.
Attetion: The task must be accomplished only when clearance and other problem are
found when applying the tasks #1, 2 or 3.
5
Clean and grease the joints and mobile elements (a grease with lithium must be Every year or
applied), test the assembly for final prove.
when task #4 is
accomplished.
6
Windscreen Washing System: Check the working. Special attention must be given to Every Year
the detergent type. Domestic detergent must not be used due its chemical
components damage the washer piping. The correct product is available in specialized
automotive products shops.
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5
CLIMATE SYSTEM
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5.1
ECOMASTER CLIMA – DESCRIPTION OF OPERATION
1
8
2
3
7
4
5
6
In Air Conditioning Operation, it is possible to vary:
The temperature set for operation
§ Speed of the air in the Evaporators
§ Grilles for internal/external air
§ Switch on de-humidification
§ Block compressor inlet. (ECO)
Any variation in the speed, position of the grilles, De-humidification or Compressor blocking places the air
conditioning system in semi-automatic mode and it can be switched to fully automatic mode by pressing the
AUTO button.
5.1.1
CHANGING THE SET TEMPERATURE
The Temperature can be set between 17ºC and 27ºC (63-82ºF) using the
and
keys.
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When the temperature level is set below 17ºC (63ºF), the system engages forced chill mode (LO) and
activates its maximum cooling power. (the screen displays LO)
When the temperature is set above 27ºC (82ºF), the system engages forced heat mode (HI) and activates its
maximum heating power (the screen displays HI).
5.1.2
VARYING THE SPEED OF THE EVAPORATOR VENTILATORS
The speed of the evaporators can be varied from levels 1 to 3. When the speed is altered, the system goes
into manual mode and the led located next to key
If the key
will be switched off.
is pressed, the system automatically recovers the corresponding speed and the led will shine
again to indicate manual operation.
To alter the speed, press key
. Pressing it once will display the current speed on the screen; if it is pressed
again, the value of the speed will be increased in a closed loop (from 3 it will change to 1).
Note:
If the bus is not equipped with roof-mounted heaters and the interior temperature is less than 12ºC, speed 0
may be selected while the system is warming up If speed 0 is selected manually as in the preceding example
then, once the interior temperature increases to 12.5ºC, the system will automatically take on the
corresponding speed and will set itself to Automatic.
5.1.3
CHANGING THE GRILLE POSITION
The position of the grilles can be changed from external air to internal air. When the position is changed, the
system switches to manual mode.
If the key
is pressed, the system automatically recovers the corresponding position.
To alter the grilles, press key
. Pressing it once will indicate the current position; pressing it again will
change the position.
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If the Ecomaster Clima is operating in air-conditioning mode and the interior temperature is 2ºC higher than
that selected (Set), the grilles will switch to Automatic mode and will close.
5.1.4
ACTIVATION OF ECO
If the
key is pressed, the letters ECO will appear on screen and the compressor will be disconnected. The
system switches into Semi-automatic mode.
Pressing the
If the
5.1.5
or
key will have no effect if the system is not working in De-humidification mode.
key is pressed, the ECO option will be switched off.
ACTIVATION OF THE HUMIDIFICATION (REHEAT)
If the
key is pressed, De-humidification will be activated. This will remain in operation for 15 minutes or
until the
or
key is pressed again.
“Reheat” cannot be activated if there are no heaters installed on the roof unit.
Selecting the de-humidification option cancels out the ECO option.
5.1.6
CHECK TEMPERATURES
The internal and external temperatures can be checked by pressing the
key. The interior temperature is
displayed first, then the exterior temperature when the key is pressed again, and so on in a loop.
5.1.7
VARIATION OF CONTRAST AND BRIGHTNESS
The values for the Contrast and Brightness can be varied and the new values will be remembered the next
time the air-conditioning unit is switched on.
For this purpose, it is necessary to use the following key combination in which the first key pressed must be
held down while the second key is pressed several times in succession to raise or lower the parameter in
question.
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5.2
+
Greater brightness
+
Less brightness
+
Greater contrast
+
Less contrast
+
Factory settings for brightness and contrast
AUTO- CHECING – ERROR CODES
When the system receives the signal from the battery disconnector (+30), it first checks the outlets to check
what charges are applied and to make sure there is no short-circuit.
It also checks the status of the probes.
If any anomaly is detected, it will indicate the error(s) on the Display using the following codes:
CODE
INT. PROBE
ICE PROBE
DUCT. PROBE
EXT. PROBE
MAIN PUMP
ReCirc PUMP
COMP
ROOF VALVE
FLOOR VALVE
STEP1
STEP2
AIR
RIGHT VENT
LEFT VENT
Adj. Cond.
VENT1
VENT2
VENT3
DEMIST AIR
HEATER1
HEATER2
POT.
ERROR
Internal Probe Shorted or Open
Ice Probe Shorted or Open
Ducting Probe Shorted or Open
External Conduit Probe Shorted or Open
Main Outlet Pump Shorted
Recirculation Pump Shorted
Compressor Outlet Shorted
Roof Valve Outlet Shorted
Floor Valve Outlet Shorted
Heater Outlet Shorted Speed 1
Heater Outlet Shorted Speed 2
Recirculation Grilles Outlet Shorted
Right Adjustable Evaporator Ventilator Outlet Shorted
Left Adjustable Evaporator Ventilator Outlet Shorted
Adjustable Condenser Ventilator Outlet Shorted
Evaporator Ventilator Outlet Shorted Speed 1
Evaporator Ventilator Outlet Shorted Speed 2
Evaporator Ventilator Outlet Shorted Speed 3
Demister Recirculation Outlet Shorted
Underfloor Heater Outlet Shorted Speed 1
Underfloor Heater Outlet Shorted Speed 2
Error in the automatic setting of the potentiometer.
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From software version 1.0:
The following error codes are added:
VT MOT
VS MOT
No return or the motorized roof valve is not connected.
No return or the motorized floor valve is not connected.
If any of the above errors appears, the Ecomaster Clima will start to operate in accordance with the default
operating programme. It is possible that the vehicle’s interior temperature may not be regulated correctly
under these conditions so it is recommended that the system should be reviewed by technical service
personnel.
Error detected by control once the initial system checking is performed may be consulted by entering
Viewing or Diagnosis modes and then simultaneously pressing the
5.3
5.3.1
(6) and
(4) keys.
UNIT INSTALATION AND CONNECTION
UNIT INSTALLATION
The Ecomaster Clima unit comprises two elements: the display module and the CPU.
To install the display module on the dashboard, it is necessary to prepare a 120.5 x 53.5 mm hole.
The measurements are shown as follows:
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For the installation of the CPU, the arrangement of the fixing holes must be taken into account, as shown in
the figure.
5.3.2
CPU ELECTRIC CONNECTIONS
CN1
Pin 1
CN3
CN2
CN4
Pin 3
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The references of the electric installation connectors for the CPU are as follows:
Connector Pin no.
CN1
12
CN2
6
CN3
21
CN4
9
Ref. Hispacold
3200818
3200800
3200820
3200817
Ref. AMP.
1-967622-1
1-965640-1
1-967625-1
1-967621-1
The clamp terminals for these connectors have reference AMP 927777-3 or 927768-3 (Ref. Hispacold
3270776) according to whether they are supplied in a strip or individually.
All of the inlets and outlets allow shorting to the Positive power pin (+32V Maximum) and the power ground
pin, except the temperature sensor inlets.
All of the inlets withstand a minimum of 2K5V Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
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CN1 of the CPU. Power supply connection: 12 pins.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Name
+MCS
GND
SAL9
+30
+30
+30
+30
+30
9
IN5
10
11
12
CAN1L
CAN1H
RS-
Characteristic
Supply (Vdc1)
Supply Ground
Main Pump
Supply (Vdc2)
Supply (Vdc2)
Supply (Vdc2)
Supply (Vdc2)
Supply (Vdc2)
Alternator Signal
Comu. Hispacold
Comu. Hispacold
RS485- Communication
V
16-32V DC
0V
Vdc1
16-32V
16-32V
16-32V
16-32V
16-32V
Vdc1
5V
5V
5V
In
1A
1A
0.5A
6A
6A
6A
6A
6A
Active H
100mA
100mA
100mA
Where: V Minimun-Maximun Voltgage.
In Nominal Intensity admitted.
CN2 of the CPU. Screen Connection and Reprogramming. 6 pins
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Name
DAT
PROG2
VP
PROG1
GND
RS+
Characteristic
Data
Reset
Power supply
Reprogramming
Communication GND
RS485+ Communication
V
8.5V
5V
8.5V
5V
0V
5V
Rated I
200mA
2mA
200mA
2mA
200mA
100mA
Where: V Voltage
In Nominal Intensity.
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CN3 of the CPU. Inlet-Outlet Connections. 21 pins.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Name
TR1+
V1V1+
SAL1
V2+
V2SAL8
SAL2
TR1SAL6
SAL5
SAL3
SAL7
SAL4
PWM1
PWM2
PWM3
IN1
IN2
IN3
Characteristic
Flaps +
Roof valve Roof valve +
21
IN4
Where:
Evap. 2
Heater V1
Evap. 3
Right Evap. Var. Speed
Left Evap. Var. Speed
Condens. Var. Speed.
High Pressure Switch
Low Pressure Switch
Door closing
+30
+30
+30
+30
+30
+30
+30
+30
+30
+30
+30
+30
+30
+30
-------------------------
In
1A
1A
1A
8A
1A
1A
10A
1A
1A
2,5 A
1A
1A
5A
1A
0.1 A
0.1 A
0.1 A
Active H
Active H
Active L
Ip
2A
2A
2A
70 A
2A
2A
70 A
8A
2A
40 A
8A
8A
40 A
8A
3A
3A
3A
-------------
D.Charge
50 mA
50 mA
50 mA
1.5A
50 mA
50 mA
1.5A
-----50 mA
0.5A
----------0.5ª
-----1V
1V
1V
----------------
Door open.
-----
Active L
-----
------
Compressor
Floor valve +
Floor valve Heater V2
Evap Fan 1
Flaps Recir. Pump
Cond. Speed
V
V Voltage connected to the output.
In Nominal intensity admitted at the output.
Ip Maximum peak intensity during start-up (250ms) at the output.
D charge Minimum consumption in Amperes for the system to detect that there is a device
connected to that output.
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Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Name
IN1
SAL3
VP
DAT
GND
IN2
V
Characteristic
Inlet 1
Flap closure (with Demister)
Power supply
Data
Communication GND
Inlet 2
Vdc1
Vdc1
8.5V
8.5V
0V
Vdc1
In
0.5A
Active H
200mA
200mA
200mA
Active H
ELECTRIC CONNECTIONS OF THE COMPONENTS
5.3.4
5.3.4.1
RENEWAL FLAPS
Connecto Pin Name
r
CN3
1
TR1+
CN3
9
TR1-
Characteristic
V
In
Ip
D. Charge
Flaps +
Flaps -
+30
+30
1A
1A
2A
2A
50 mA
50 mA
The recirculation flaps are activated by an electric motor. That electric motor may be connected to
the electronics in two different ways:
·
Directly to positions 1 and 9 on connector CN3 which are outputs with polarity inversion. In
this case, the electronics cease to provide voltage to the outputs 12 seconds after having
moved the flaps to their closed or open position to avoid the motor heating up.
·
Through an inverter relay located in the relay box of the electric installation that performs
polarity inversion functions. This relay must be excited from pin 1 of CN3. In this case, the
motor will always be powered.
5.3.4.2
ROOF VALVE
Connecto Pin Name
r
CN3
2
V1CN3
3
V1+
CN4
7
RV1
Characteristic
V
In
Ip
D. Charge
Roof Valve Roof Valve +
Roof Valve Return
+30
+30
Vcc1
1A
1A
2A
2A
50 mA
50 mA
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The Ecomaster Clima is prepared to work with several types of water valves. According to the valve
chosen. It must be connected as follows.
·
Valve ON/OFF N.O. ( Normally open): CN3 Pos.3
·
Valve ON/OFF N.C. (Normally open):
CN3 Pos.2
·
Motorized valve with position return:
CN3 Pos. 2,3 and CN4 Pos.7. The ends of the
potentiometer will also be fed through GND and +30.
5.3.4.3
FLOOR VALVE
1
CN3
CN3
CN4
Pin Name
5
6
8
V2+
V2RV2
Characteristic
V
In
Ip
D.Charge
Floor Valve +
Floor Valve Floor Valve Return
+30
+30
Vcc1
1A
1A
2A
2A
50 mA
50 mA
Follows the same criteria as for the roof valve.
From software version 1.0:
Important note: Where the floor convectors are connected through a motorized valve, this may be
left closed when the Ecomaster Clima is turned off, preventing the pre-heater from pumping water through
the convector circuit.
The necessary installation must be made to ensure that the valve is open when the pre-heater is
operating with the Ecomaster Clima turned off.
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COMPRESSOR
5.3.4.4
Connecto Pin Name
r
CN3
CN3
4
18
SAL1
IN1
CN3
19
IN2
Characteristic
V
In
Ip
D. Charge
Compressor
Pressure Switch
High
Pressure Switch
Low
+30
-----
8A
Active H
70 A
-----
1,5A
------
-----
Active H
-----
------
The compressor connection is made directly to Pos.4 of CN1.
The presostat return may be connected in two different ways:
·
Independent return for High and Low pressure: The High return will be connected to pos.18
of CN3 and the Low to pos.19 of CN3. The error message and activation of the system will be
different according to the pressure switch cut-off.
Sole return for High and Low: will be connected to pos.19 of CN3. In this case, the error message will
be HP-LP.
5.3.4.5
ADDOTIONAL PASSENGER HEATER
This heater is normally installed in the steps of the rear door of the vehicle, to support the heating in
places with extreme temperatures in winter.
It has two ventilation speeds, the lowest (V1) is used to regulate the interior temperature of the
vehicle during the winter and the highest speed (V2) is activated when the door is opened, to form a curtain
of air that prevents cold air entering from outside.
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Connection of both speeds may be performed directly to the electronics without the need for a
relay, as long as the motor does not exceed the maximum consumption for these outputs of 10 and 5
Amperes for V2 and V1 respectively.
Connecto Pin Name
r
CN3
CN3
5.3.4.6
7
13
SAL8
SAL7
Characteristic
V
In
Ip
D. Charge
V2 Heater
V1 Heater.
+30
+30
10A
5A
70 A
40 A
1,5A
0,5A
V
In
Ip
D. Charge
+30
+30
+30
-----
1A
1A
1A
0.1 A
8A
8A
8A
3A
---------------1V
-----
0.1 A
3A
1V
SPEED OF THE EVAPORATOR FANS
Connecto Pin Name
r
CN3
CN3
CN3
CN3
CN3
Characteristic
8
SAL2
12 SAL3
14 SAL4
15 PWM1
Evap. Fan Speed 1
Evap. Fan Speed 2
Evap. Fan Speed 3
Evap. Right Var.
Speed
16 PWM2 Evap. Left Var. Speed
There are three speeds for the evaporator fans.
These three speeds may be achieved by connection, through relays, of the fans to positions 8,12 and
14 of CN3, or by a PWM control for motors without brushes, which is independent for the right and left side
of the vehicle and will be performed by connecting the electronics of the brushless motor to positions 15
and 16 of CN3.
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SPEED OF THE CONDENSER FANS
5.3.4.7
Connecto Pin Name
r
CN3
CN3
11 SAL5
17 PWM3
Characteristic
V
In
Ip
D. Charge
Cond. Speed
Var. Speed
+30
-----
1A
0.1 A
8A
3A
-----1V
The condenser fans may be connected, through a really, to position 11 of the CN3, so we will have a
sole speed.
There is another possibility if brushless motors are used, which is to connect their electronics
directly to pos.17 of CN3. In that case, the condenser fans may operate at three different speeds, controlled
at all times by the Ecomaster Clima, depending on the exterior temperature.
MAIN WATER AND RECIRCULATION PUMP
5.3.4.8
Connecto Pin Name
r
CN1
CN3
3
10
SAL9
SAL6
Characteristic
V
In
Ip
D. Charge
Main Pump
Recir. Pump
Vcc1
+30
0.5A
2.5 A
40 A
0.5ª
The main pump of the heating circuit may be activated from pos.3 of CN1. If this pump is in the pre
heater, that exit will be connected to the input of the pre heater that activates the pump, and never directly
to the pump connector, as the output of the Ecomaster Clima may work with maximum loads of 0.5
amperes.
If a pre heater is not installed, the main pump may be connected through a relay.
The recirculation pump which is normally used in equipment that has heating installed in the floor, is
connected to pos. 10 of CN3, as long as its maximum consumption does not exceed 2.5 amperes. If not, it
will be connected through a relay.
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5.3.4.9
DOOR CLOSED AND DOOR OPEN
To facilitate closing of the vehicle door when the air conditioning is working, the Ecomaster Clima
has the possibility of closing the renewal flaps when the door closing mechanism is activated. This means
there will be no pressure inside the vehicle and the doors will close without problems.
On the other hand, in cold countries, an additional passenger heater may be installed, that has a
second speed that is automatically activated when the rear door is opened and it is cold outside, thus
avoiding the heat escaping from inside the vehicle.
To make these options available, the inputs must be connected for Close Door (Pos.20 of CN3) and
Open Door (Pos.21 of CN3).
Of these inputs, ground GND (mass) must be connected when the push-button to close the door is
activated and during the time the door is open.
Connecto Pin Name
r
CN3
CN3
20
21
IN3
IN4
Characteristic
V
In
Ip
D. Charge
Close door
Open door.
---------
Active L
Active L
---------
-----------
5.3.4.10 TEMPERATURE SENSORS
For correct operation, the Ecomaster Clima needs 4 temperature sensors:
·
Interior temperature sensor: Placed in the evaporator intake. This is the reference for the
desired temperature in the passenger zone.
·
Channel temperature sensor: Located inside the air distribution duct of the passenger
compartment. This ensures the temperature stability of the air driven through the nozzles
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Interior, channel and ice
temperature sensor
·
Exterior temperature
sensor
during regulation of the heating. It will be placed 1.5 meters from the outlet of the last fan
on the evaporator.
·
Ice Sensor: Placed between the evaporator coil and fans. Warns of the possibility of ice
forming in the evaporator.
·
Exterior temperature sensor: Located outside the vehicle.
Connector Pin Name
CN4
CN4
CN4
CN4
CN4
CN4
1
3
3
4
5
6
INT
CHN
CHN_INT_GND
ICE
EXT
ICE_EXT_GND
Function
Interior Temp. Signal
Conduct Temp. Signal
GND Conductor and Interior
Ice Signal
Exterior Temp. Signal
GND Exterior and Ice
In the installation, one must bear in mind that, for greater precision, two cables must be led to the
connector CN4 for each temperature sensor.
5.4
SWITCHING ON
The CPU has 2 power inlets: +MCS (Central Safety Control or direct battery) and +30. The first of
these, +MCS, powers the control and the second, +30, powers the charges.
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5.5
SWITCHING ON AND AUTOMATICALLY
When the CPU has voltage at the input +MCS (CN1 Pos. 1) the Ecomaster Clima is in what is called
OFF Status. The screen remains blank and displays the message OFF. The keyboard is off and is illuminated,
along with the screen, for 15 seconds if any key is pressed.
If we enter diagnostic mode under these conditions, the keyboard and the screen will stay lit up.
When voltage is also received on +30 (CN1 Pos. 4,5,6,7 and 8) control performs an Auto Check and
shows the outputs with an error for a few seconds, if any, and the screen then displays the message SYSTEM
STANDBY. The screen and keyboard will be lit up.
Finally, the Ecomaster Clima starts up automatically (AUTO Status) when the vehicle motor and
charge alternator starts up (there is voltage above 16 V in CN1 Pos. 9), as long as this has not been manually
switched off beforehand. The screen displays the last temperature selected.
The air conditioner will stop running automatically when the alternator signal ceases, that is, when
the vehicle motor stops.
5.6
SWITCHING ON AND OFF MANUALLY
The System may be stopped by pressing key
(1) for 3 seconds. In this case, it will go to Status OFF
and the screen will display the message SYSTEM OFF. It will remain in that state until the key
(1) is
pressed again, or the voltage +MCS is switched off and on again.
5.7
ANOMALIES WHEN SWITCHING ON
There are a number of reasons why the system may not start up and these are indicated on the
Display:
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BATTERY LOW
The power at input +MCS (CN1 Pos.1) is under 22V.
+30 MISSING
There is alternator signal (CN1 Pos.9) but not +30 (CN1 Pos.
4,5,6,7,8), or the input of +30 is below 22V.
The System has just been connected to +MCS, and the POT
has never been programmed.
SELECT POT
5.8
SETTING UP THE AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM: POT
The Ecomaster Clima unit is capable of working with various air-conditioning systems depending on
the heating elements installed in the vehicle: Roof-mounted heating units, floor-mounted convectors and
under-floor heaters. The indication of the type of heating installed in the vehicle is effected through an
internal variable called POT.
The ECOMASTER CLIMA contemplates the following values for POT:
POT 1: Serially-installed Roof and Floor heating circuits (Convectors). Floor valve with recirculation
pump
POT 2: Only Floor circuit (Convectors). Floor valve and recirculation pump
POT 3: Parallel-installed Roof and Floor heating circuits (Convectors). Roof valve, Floor valve with or
without recirculation pump
POT 4: Only roof-mounted heating circuit. Roof Valve
POT 5: Only floor-mounted heating circuit (Underfloor Heaters). With and Without Roof Valve.
5.8.1
AUTOMATIC POT
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The ECOMASTER CLIMA is capable of automatically detecting the first 4 heating arrangements listed
in the preceding paragraph, for which purpose we have to connect the AutoPot entry (CN4 of the CPU, pin 9)
to the GND (CN1 of the CPU, pin 2).
To ensure correct detection, the valves and recirculation pump must be directly connected to the
CPU, that is to say, without intermediate relays.
POT
1 (FLOOR AND ROOF SERIAL)
2 (ONLY FLOOR)
3 (FLOOR AND ROOF PARALLEL)
4 (ONLY ROOF)
Roof
Valve
NO
NO
YES
YES
Floor Recirculation
Valve
Pump
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
INDISTINCT
NO
INDISTINCT
If none of these arrangements is in force, the system will assume POT=2 (ONLY FLOOR).
When the Ecomaster Clima performs the first Auto Checking, it memorises the components
detected and takes that of those components, according to the preceding table, as the POT.
If new charges are detected the next time an Auto Check is carried out, a new POT value will be
taken corresponding to the entire amount of the charges detected as per the table above.
If fewer charges are detected, a POT error will be indicated during the Auto Check. (The Error screen
will show which heating elements are missing.) This error will be corrected by properly connecting the
charges or by removing and restoring the +MCS.
The system always works with the POT value corresponding to the charges that have been detected
in the most recent check.
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5.8.2
MANUAL POT
If we do not want the system to detect automatically the type of heating installed or if the type of
heating installed does not correspond to any of those indicated in the table above, it will be sufficient not to
bridge pins 6 and 9 of CN4 on the CPU.
In this case, we will have to indicate to the control unit what type of heating is installed by selecting
the appropriate POT variable on the POT Selection screen in the Diagnostic Menu.
The first time the System is powered up, it indicates SELEC POT on the screen and we will have to
programme the POT value so that the system can work.
To do so, we enter diagnostic mode by simultaneously pressing the keys
(8) +
(7) +
(5).
Remember this must be done in status OFF (air conditioner off). Once in Diagnostic mode, within the InputOutput menu, go to the POT screen to select the appropriate value by pressing and holding the key
while increasing the POT value with the keys
(8) and
(6)
(7).
NOTE: Once the POT has been selected, if the air conditioner loses battery voltage, it will not be
necessary to input it again, as it is stored in the memory. This must be borne in mind if an Ecomaster Clima
CPU is moved from one vehicle to another with different heating configurations. If this is the case, in order
for the system to work correctly, the POT must be input manually again for the new installation.
5.8.3
DIAGNOSIS AND DISPLAY
The diagnosis and display menus have been designed to allow installation personnel and technical
staff to verify the operation of the components in the passenger air conditioning system following
installation of the control unit or during maintenance and repair operations.
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The difference between the two menus lies in the fact that the Diagnostic Menu allows each of
control unit outlets to be activated independently so that the operation of the different components can be
verified separately.
The Display Menu is used to see the status of each of the elements controlled by the Ecomaster
Clima, while it is operating in air-conditioning mode, without any interruption in the regulation of the
temperature and without any possibility of acting on any of the components (by switching them on or off).
DIAGNOSTIC MENU
5.8.3.1
To enter the Diagnostic Menu, we must first switch off the Ecomaster Clima by pressing the
(1)
key for 3 seconds. (The screen will display the messages SYSTEM STANDBY or SYSTEM OFF) and we will later
simultaneously press the keys
(8) +
(7) +
(5).
There are 5 screens inside the Diagnostic Menu:
Screen
Access Key
Inlets – Outlets.
(3)
Extended temperatures.
(5)
Time counters.
(4)
Errors.
Internal variables.
+
+
(4+6)
+
(8+7+6)
On entering the Diagnostic routine, the first screen encountered is that of INLETS-OUTLETS.
To change from one screen to another, we will use the keys indicated in the preceding table.
To move within the screens of the Diagnostic Menu, we will use the
(7) and
In order to change the ON/OFF status of any of the outlets selected, the
(8) keys.
(2)key should be
pressed.
To exit the Diagnostic Menu (from any of its screens), pressing the
(1)key will take us back to
OFF status in which the Ecomaster Clima remains inactive.
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OFF
+
+
DIAGNOSTIC
+
OUTLETS INLETS
EXTENDED
TEMPERATURE.
COUNTERS
+ +
ERRORS
INTERNAL
DATA
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5.8.3.2
INLETS-OUTLETS
Once in the Diagnostic Menu, select the desired outlet to be enabled or disabled by moving with the
(7) and
(8) keys, and then press the
(2) key to turn this on or off.
In diagnostic mode, it is possible to enable or disable the outlets through the keypad, apart from
consulting other variables.
Keep in mind that the outlets for evaporator and condenser blowers could be PWM or relay outputs.
In case PWM output is connected to the blowers, the outlets to be tested are RB EVAP and LBEVAP for
evaporator and CONB for condenser. In case of relay outputs, the outlets to be tested will be EVAP1, EVAP2
and EVAP3 for evaporator and CND for condenser.
INLETS/OUTLETS
MESSAGE
EVAPORATOR VENTILATORS SPEED
1
EVAPORATOR VENTILATORS SPEED
2
EVAPORATOR VENTILATORS SPEED
3
RIGHT ADJUSTABLE EVAPORATOR
VENTILATORS
EVAP.1
RB EVAP.
POSSIBLE
VALUES
ON (24V)
OFF(0V)
ON (24V)
OFF(0V)
ON (24V)
OFF(0V)
0,1,2,3
LEFT ADJUSTABLE EVAPORATOR
VENTILATORS
LB EVAP.
0,1,2,3
CONDENSER VENTILATORS
CND
ADJUSTABLE CONDENSER
VENTILATORS
CNDB.
ON (24V)
OFF(0V)
0,1,2,3
COMPRESSOR
COMP
EVAP. 2
EVAP. 3
ON (24V)
OFF(0V)
ERROR INDICATORS
SHORTED There is a short circuit
?+30
+30 is missing
SHORTED There is a short circuit
?+30
+30 is missing
SHORTED There is a short circuit
?+30
+30 is missing
SHORTED There is a short circuit
NO CONEC Not connected
?+30
+30 is missing
SHORTED There is a short circuit
NO CONEC Not connected
?+30
+30 is missing
SHORTED There is a short circuit
?+30
+30 is missing
SHORTED There is a short circuit
NO CONEC Not connected
?+30
+30 is missing
SHORTED There is a short circuit
?+30
+30 is missing
If an N appears, this means it
has not been detected.
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ROOF VALVE
FLOOR VALVE or
HEATER SPEED 1
RECIRCULATION PUMP or
HEATER SPEED 2
MAIN PUMP
RECIRCULATION FLAPS
DEMISTER FLAP CLOSURE
RV VAL
CLOSED (V1+=24 V, V1-=0 SHORTED There is a
V)
short circuit
OPEN (V1+=0 V, V1-=24 V) ?+30
+30 is
missing
If an N appears, this
means it has not been
detected.
FV VAL.
CLOSED (V2+=24 V, V2-=0 SHORTED There is a
V)
short circuit
OPEN (V2+=0 V, V2-=24 V) ?+30
+30 is
missing
If an N appears, this
C1 HEATER
means it has not been
ON (24V)
detected.
OFF(0V)
SHORTED There is a
short circuit
?+30
+30 is
missing
If an N appears, this
means it has not been
detected.
FP PUMP
ON (24V)
SHORTED There is a
C2 HEATER OFF(0V)
short circuit
?+30
+30 is
missing
If an N appears, this
means it has not been
detected.
MP PUMP ON (24V)
SHORTED There is a
OFF(0V)
short circuit
?+30
+30 is
missing
RC FLAP
RECIR (TR+=24 V, TR-=0 SHORTED There is a
V)
short circuit
FRESH (TR+=0 V, TR-=24 ?+30
+30 is
V)
missing
If an N appears, this
means it has not been
detected.
DEMIST AIR RECIR (24 V)
SHORTED There is a
RC DFR
FRESH (0 V)
short circuit
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STEP HEATER SPEED 1
SI HEATER
ON (24V)
OFF(0V)
STEP HEATER SPEED 2
S2 HEATER
ON (24V)
OFF(0V)
GAS CHARGE
HP PRESSURE GAUGE INLET
GAS
CHARGE
HP
LP PRESSURE GAUGE INLET
LP
DOOR OPEN
DO DOOR
DOOR CLOSURE
DC DOOR.
ON
OFF
24V
0V
24V
0V
OPEN (24V)
CLOSED (0V)
ON (24V)
OFF(0V)
0,1,2,3,4,5
POT.
AIR-CONDITION ARRANGEMENT
ALTERNATOR INLET
ALTERNAT
YES (>22V)
NO (<22V)
POWER SUPPLY +30
+30
YES (>22V)
NO (<22V)
BATTERY POWER
BATTERY
REAL VALUE IN VOLTS
TEMPERATURE SCALE
º CENT
º FARH
SOFT XX.X
HARD YY.Y
ENGLISH
ESPAÑOL
HARDWARE-SOFTWARE
VERSION
LANGUAGE SELECTION
?+30
+30 is
missing
SHORTED There is a
short circuit
?+30
+30 is
missing
If an N appears, this
means it has not been
detected.
SHORTED There is a
short circuit
?+30
+30 is
missing
If an N appears, this
means it has not been
detected.
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Some of the outlets are detected automatically and an N will appear if these are not detected.
5.8.4
EXTENDED TEMPERATURES
On the extended temperatures screen it is possible to see the temperature values on all of the
sensors in the Ecomaster Clima and the return values from the roof heating and floor heating valves if these
are remotely operated.
INLET
Interior Temperature
Exterior Temperature
Channel Temperature
Ice Temperature
Roof Valve Return
Floor Valve Return
5.8.5
MESSAGE VALUES
INT
XX.X ºC
SHORTED There is a short circuit
NO CONEC Not connected
EXT
XX.X ºC
SHORTED There is a short circuit
NO CONEC Not connected
CHN
XX.X ºC
SHORTED There is a short circuit
NO CONEC Not connected
ICE
XX.X ºC
SHORTED There is a short circuit
NO CONEC Not connected
RV RET
Return Voltage
FV RET
Return Voltage
TIMES COUNTERS
There are 11 counters.
We can press the
(8) and
(7) keys to move up or down through the list of counters.
COUNTER
Compressor
Evaporator Ventilator Speed 1
Evaporator Ventilator Speed 2
Evaporator Ventilator Speed 3
Condenser Ventilator
Step Heater Speed 1
Step Heater Speed 2
MESSAGE
COMP
VENT1
VENT2
VENT3
VENTC
STEP1
STEP2
VALUES
CMP
EVAP. 1
EVAP. 2
EVAP. 3
CND
S1 HEATE
S2 HEATE
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Main Pump
Recirculation Pump or
Heater Speed 1
Floor Valve or
Heater Speed 2
MAIN PUMP
Re Circ PUMP
HEATER1
FLOOR
VALVE
HEATER2
ROOF VALVE
Roof Valve
MP PUMP
FP PUMP
C1 HEATE
FV VAL
C2 HEATE
RV
We can delete a counter by moving the cursor over it and keeping the
(2) key pressed until it is
deleted.
5.8.5.1
ERRORS
The Errors screen shows those inlets or outlets that have an error with the same messages as on the
INLETS – OUTLETS screen.
If there are no errors, it will display the NO ERRORS message.
In the case of a POT error, it will indicate what elements were present before and are now not
detected. The indication given will be as per the following codes.
RV =>
FV =>
FP =>
5.8.5.2
Roof Valve
Floor Valve
Recirculation Pump
INTERNAL DATA
DATA
PWM1 Return Outlet
PWM2 Return Outlet
PWM3 Return Outlet
Internal Variable
Internal variable
Voltage
Internal variable
Internal variable
MESSAGE
DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
DATA5
DATA6
DATA7
DATA8
VALUE
XX.XXX voltage with millivolts
XX.XXX voltage with millivolts
XX.XXX voltage with millivolts
CAL,VEN_AC,AC, VEN_INI,VEN_CAL,
CALD,ACD
XX.X
XX, voltage with tenths of a volt
XXX.X
XXX.X
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We can press the
5.8.6
(8) and
(7) keys to move up or down through this list.
DISPLAY MENU
The display function helps to see, during operation, the same screens as in diagnostic mode but
without the possibility of changing the state of any of the outlets.
To enter the Display Menu, we will press the
(8) and
(7) keys on the SET screen.
SET 22º C
OFF
+
+
DISPLAY
DIAGNOSTIC
+
OUTLETS INLETS
5.9
EXTENDED
TEMPERATURE.
COUNTERS
+ +
ERRORS
INTERNAL
DATA
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
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5.9.1
REHEAT
Reheating is the process of dehumidifying the air in the passenger compartment. It is activated via
the keypad and lasts for 15 minutes. This is indicated on the display with the REHEAT message.
This can be implemented if the air conditioning under way is not the default mode (due to a probe
error) or if the type of heating available is different from types POT 2 and POT 5, that is to say, if roof heating
is installed.
To activate Reheating, the system switches on the compressor and roof heating simultaneously.
The recirculation flaps remain open. If the Evaporator Speed is less than 2, the control unit sets
Speed 2.
Ice detection is disactivated and if disconnection of the compressor is detected by the low presostat,
that error is not shown on the screen.
5.9.2
LOW BATTERY
Detection of the battery voltage is performed at the input of +MCS (CN1 Pos. 1).
When the voltage is lower than 22 V, the air conditioner goes to OFF Status and the screen shows
the message BATTERY LOW.
5.9.3
DETECTION OFFICE IN THE EVAPORATORS
Whenever the Ice Sensor measures 2ºC or less for one minute, the StopIce function is activated and
this will stop the compressor.
StopIce will disappear when the Ice Sens or marks Set -5ºC or more.
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The ICE message (StopIce) can be viewed in extended temperature mode. (Display of temperatures
from Display)
StopIce is disabled if REHEAT is on.
5.9.4
HIGHERROR (HP), LOWERROR (LP), STOPLOW
The low and high pressure switches returns from the compressor are in series. First comes the High
pressure and then the Low pressure. In this way, if the compressor is turned on and there is no High
pressure return, there will not be any return from the Low pressure either and the error will show High. If
there is no Low pressure return but High is present, then the error is due to Low pressure.
It is possible to connect both of them or either one. If only of them is connected, it must be
connected to the LOW pressure inlet.
ErrorHigh
If disconnection of the high pressure switches is detected for 15 seconds, ErrorHigh (HP) is activated.
No message appears on the screen.
The error is disactivated when the high pressure switches is reconnected and the compressor need
not be on.
When the high error is detected, the control increases the speed of the condensor motors, as long
as they are not working at maximum speed. This only happens if the condenser motors have speed
regulation electronics by PWM.
ErrorLow
If 3 brief disconnections of the low pressure switches are detected within a one minute period,
ErrorLow (LP) will be activated and the compressor will stop for three minutes.
If disconnection of the low pressure switches lasts more than 30 seconds, the ErrorLow (LP) will also
be activated, but in that case, it will not cancel the compressor output.
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As we may see, detection of an ErrorLow (LP) does not always disactivate the compressor output,
although the screen does show the message LOW-PRESS.
If there is a sole return to the two pressure switches connected to the LOW intake, the message will
be shown on the screen in the event of disconnection of either of the pressure switches being HP-LP.
5.9.4.1
DOOR CLOSURE
When door closing is detected (0V in CN1 pos.20) the recirculation flaps close, preventing entrance
of exterior air and enabling the coach doors to close.
If the signal lasts more than 25 seconds, it is taken as erroneous and the recirculation flaps cease to
be forced into their recirculation position.
5.9.4.2
ECO
The Eco option prevents the compressor from being turned on even if this is requested by the
System.
It is enabled by pressing the
(4) key. It is disabled by pressing the
(4) key again or the
(1)
key.
If Dehumidification is activated, the ECO option cannot be turned on.
When the Eco mode is activated, the word ECO will be shown on the screen.
5.9.5
FLAP INVERTER RELAY OR MOTORIZED FLAPS
If the flaps are activated by an electric motor, it must be connected to the outlets TR+ and TR- (CN3
pos. 1 and 9) and it will thus be detected by the control unit which will cut off the voltage 15 seconds after
the flaps are in position so as to protect them from overheating.
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If no drive unit is detected, the control unit does not cut off the voltage after the 15 seconds are up,
thus allowing the use of the inverter relay.
5.9.6
ACTION IN THE CASE OF A SHORT CIRCUIT IN THE OUTLETS
ON/OFF outlets
The Outlets SAL1 to SAL9 are ON/OFF outlets
If one of these outlets is directly set to positive, the System will detect a short-circuit in this outlet. It
will disable the outlet for 5 seconds, and then it will try to connect it again.
Outlets +/- (Motors)
The paired outlets TR1+ and TR1-, V1+ and V1-, V2+ and V2- are referred to like this.
If one of these outlets is connected to positive, the System will detect a short-circuit in this outlet
when an attempt is made to set it to negative or vice versa. It will switch the outlet to OFF for 5 seconds,
and then it will try to activate it again.
PWM Outlets
This is the naming of the outputs PWM1, PWM2, PWM3.
If one of these outlets is connected to positive, the System will detect a short-circuit. It will disable
the outlet for 5 seconds and then it will try to connect it again.
5.10 CHECKING TEMPERATURE SENSOR
All the Ecomaster Clima temperature sensors are of type PTC1000.
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To check they are working, use the attached table that shows the relation between temperature and
resistance that must be measured across the sensor terminals.
Temperatur
e ºC
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
Resistance
Ohms
624.00
684.00
747.00
815.00
886.00
961.00
1040.00
1122.00
1209.00
1299.00
1392.00
1490.00
For values not shown on the table, interpolate between the nearest figures. The measurement
range of the sensors is–30ºC to +80ºC.
5.11 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
5.11.1 CPU CHARACTERISTICS
Characteristic
Power supply
Consumption
Mounting
Working range
Storage
Temp. Probes
Temp. Probe Range
Temp. Precision
Temp. Resolution
VALUE
Vdc=16-32Vdc
25A
Protection with a 30 A fuse
Surface
-40ºC to 85ºC
-40ºC to 85ºC
PTC (1000 Ohms 25ºC)
-30ºC to 95ºC
±1ºC
0.1ºC
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Digital inlets
Digital outlets
PWM Outlets
Connections
Communication
Interface
4 active at a voltage of 0V, Maximum Vdc Voltage
2 active at Vdc Voltage, Maximum Vdc Voltage
4 x 1A Outlets
3 x 1A outlets for motors (+-/-+)
5 x 0.5A, 2.5A, 8A, 10A outlets
4 PWM 0.1A outlets.
4 Junior Power Timer connectors, with 6, 9, 12 and 21 pins
Programming and Follow-up: 2-wire RS485 up to 1000 meters
Display and Follow-up: 3-wire Loop up to 10 meters
Other Communications: CAN 2.0B
8-key silicone keypad.
5.11.2 DISPLAY CHARACTERISTICS
Characteristic
Power supply
Consumption
Mounting
Working range
Storage
Display
Digital inlets
Digital outlets
Communication
Interface
Value
Vdc= 8 – 10 Vdc
350mA
Inserted into an opening
-40ºC to 85ºC
-40ºC to 85ºC
LCD display with 2 lines of 8 characters, Yellow-Green with backlighting
Transflective. Viewing angle 12. Temperature range 0-50ºC
2 active at Vdc Voltage, Maximum Vdc Voltage
1 x 0.5A Outlet
CPU Connection 3-wire Loop up to 10 meters
5.11.2.1.1.1.1.1
8-key silicone keypad.
Double UP-DOWN
AUTO-ON
RECIRCULATION
VENTILATOR SPEED
TEMPERATURE
REHEAT
ECO
LEDs:
1: Auto
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5.12 ECOMASTER BASIC D
5.12.1 DESCRIPTION OF OPERATION
Ecomaster Basic D is a heating control for the driver that allows, through its keypad, the handling of
the following elements:
·
Air propulsion temperature (through the water valve).
·
Ventilation speed.
·
Grilles for internal/external air.
·
Grilles for feet/windscreen.
6
7
3
1
4
8
2
9
5
The control consists of 5 keys for the selection of the different functions, a bar of leds for the
indication of the temperature level required and three leds or light indicators to signal the activation of the
different elements.
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By pressing key
(1) the selected temperature for the propulsion air increases. Each keystroke
increases this temperature.
By pressing key
(2) the selected temperature for the propulsion air decreases. Each keystroke
decreases this temperature.
The key
(3) is used to vary the speed of the air propelled by the anti-condensation fans. There
are two air speeds that are indicated by the colour of led No. 7.
The state of the fans varies according to the key pressed
(3): stopped (led off), minimum speed
(led shows green), maximum speed (led shows red) and so on.
The key
(4) is optional and it is not present in all the items in the Ecomaster Basic D family. It is
used in order to place the anti-condensation grilles so that air propulsion goes to the feet or to the
windscreen. If led No. 8 is off, this means that the air is directed to the windscreen, if it is showing red it
means that the air goes to the feet.
In order to handle the grille selecting the inlet of the outside fresh air, key
(5) must be pressed. If
led No. 9 is showing green, the grille will be placed so that the inlet of external air is allowed. On the
contrary, if led No. 9 is red, the air will be re-circulating from inside the vehicle.
The Ecomaster Basic D control will automatically close the air grilles leaving them in re-circulation
position (led No. 9 showing red) in case the temperature control for passengers requires the activation of air
conditioning. Nevertheless, the driver can open the grilles again by hand and leave them in renewal position
(led No. 9 showing green) by pressing key
(5).
The control turns off each time the electricity supply is interrupted, through the general switch
disconnection, and the activation of any outlet is impossible. As soon as it is powered on, it will turn on in
the same conditions when it was turned off, that is to say, it remembers the previous state of all of the
outlets.
5.12.2 ERROR DETECTION AND WARNING
The Ecomaster Basic D control panel includes a sophisticated system for error detection and
warning.
Each time the control is powered on, it carries out an automatic check of all the outlets.
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If any problem is detected with the power supply during the following 12 seconds, it will show the
detected error through the flashing of one of the leds in the led bar No. 6. (See error table)
After any error warning, the control panel will activate those outlets which were free of errors.
In addition to error warning during the initial starting process, it is possible to check the detected
errors by pressing the keys
(1) and
(2) simultaneously.
There is another form of failure warning through the flashing of leds 7, 8 and 9 in the following way:
If there is a short circuit in the outlet for minimum speed, maximum speed will begin functioning
and led No. 7 will flash green.
If there is a short circuit in the outlet for maximum speed, minimum speed will begin functioning
and led No. 7 will flash red.
If there is a short circuit in the feet-windscreen grilles outlet, led No. 8 will flash.
If there is a short circuit in the outlet of external/internal air grilles, led No. 9 will flash.
A table with error codes for each of the outlets is shown below:
The column marked LED shows the led from the led bar No. 6 to be illuminated in order to show the
corresponding error. Led No. 1 corresponds to the lower led of the led bar.
LED
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
ERROR
Indicates that valve calibration is under way.
Outlet of short-circuited grounded pump.
Minimum speed outlet of fans connected due to failure to positive
power supply.
Minimum speed outlet of fans short-circuited to ground.
Maximum speed outlet of fans connected, due to failure, to
positive power supply.
Maximum speed outlet of fans short-circuited to ground.
PWM outlet connected, due to failure, to positive power supply.
PWM outlet short-circuited to ground or without connection.
(This error is shown after the initial check).
Error in the outlet of the re-circulation grille.
Error in the outlet of the feet-windscreen grille.
Error in the outlet of the water valve.
Error in return to position of valve (emergency mode).
Internal error.
Error table.
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Notes:
·
Providing the rated intensity allowed is not exceeded for each of the outlets, the installation
of relays will not be necessary.
·
I Max is the maximum intensity admitted in that outlet during a period of less than 250 ms.
(Starting peaks)
·
L Max is the maximum inductance admissible for normal intensity.
·
The unit must be protected with a 25A fuse in case of using an outlet directly to engines
with brushes and a 10A fuse for engines with a speed control through PWM.
·
When any of the terminals from No. 6 to 11 (GND) is already connected to ground, the
introduction of a voltage different to 0V DC in any of the other GND will destroy the control.
·
If the speed control for fan engines is through PWM, the use of pins 1 and 2 for power
supply is enough. If the control is through direct activation it is necessary to connect pins 1,
2, 3 and 5 for power supply.
·
Depending on the reference, grilles and valve control will be 12V or 24V. In the case of the
valve, only the corresponding outlets will be operative (pins 18 and 21 for 12 V, and pins 19
and 20 for 24V).
5.16 CONNECTION OF THE ELEMENTS TO BE MONITORED
As a summary, the possible wiring diagrams for each of the elements are shown below:
Element
Solenoid valve ON/OFF
Valve type
Connection
Normally open (NO) 12Vdc Connect 1 to pin Nº 21
Connect 2 to GND
Normally closed
Connect 1 to pin Nº 18
(NC) 12 Vdc
Connect 2 to GND
Normally open (NO) 24 Connect 1 to pin Nº 20
Vdc
Connect 2 to GND
Normally closed (NC) 24 Connect 1 to pin Nº 19
Comments
The valve works in 8second cycles and from
these it will be opened 0.5
seconds for each led
illuminated on led bar No.
6. The remaining time up
to 8 seconds, it will be
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Vdc
Element
Motorized valve
Valve type
12V
24V
Connect 2 to GND
Connection
Connect 4 to pin Nº 21
Connect 6 to pin No. 18
Connect 1 to pin No. 8
Connect 2 to pin No. 9
Connect 3 to GND
Connect 4 to pin No. 20
Connect 6 to pin No. 19
Connect 1 to pin No. 8
Connect 2 to pin No. 9
Connect 3 to GND
closed.
Comments
The valve moves only
each time the number of
illuminated leds on led
bar No. 6 is changed.
Once the position is
reached, it will remain
still and without voltage.
Fan
Two speeds with direct Connect 1 to GND
power supply (without Connect 2 to pin No. 7
relay)
Connect 3 to pin No. 4
While there is voltage in
the
corresponding
terminal to V2, there is
also voltage in V1.
Element
Grille engine
Grille type
Feet-Windscreen
12 or 24 Vdc
Connection
Connect 1 to pin No. 14
Connect 3 to pin No. 15
External air.
12 or 24 Vdc
Connect 1 to pin No. 16
Connect 3 to pin No. 17
Comments
The engine moves until it
reaches limit position. 6
sec. After that, it stops
having voltage in its
terminals.
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Element
Water pump.
Type
Connection
Connect 1 to GND
Connect 2 to pin No. 10
Element
Fan
Fan type
Connection
Two
speeds
with Connect 1 to GND
regulation through PWM. Connect 2 to pin No. 13
Connect 3 to 24 Vdc.
Comments
It
is
automatically
connected when selecting
3 or more illuminated leds
from the led bar
No. 6.
Comments
5.17 CHECKING OF OPERATION
In order to check the correct operation of the outlets it is possible to carry out the diagnosis
manually as stated in the chapter concerning error detection and warning.
In case you want to check if there is voltage at any of the outlets, the following must be taken into
account:
·
The use of a lamp is not suitable for checking outlets from No. 13 to 21 as it may activate the
internal detection of short circuit if the consumption of the lamp is higher than the
maximum intensity admissible in the corresponding outlet.
·
In the case of grille engine outlets, voltage is present in the outlet up to 6 seconds after the
movement has been completed, this is done as a protective measure for the mechanical
elements of the engine. Due to this, once these 6 seconds have passed, it will not be
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5.18 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Power supply
24 VDC (16-32V DC)
4 power supply inlets
Maximum consumption 25 A for engines with direct activation
10 A for engines controlled through PWM
Digital inlets
1 active at 12/24V
Analogue inlets
1 position return of motorized valve
Outlets
1 ON/OFF 3.5A outlet (pump)
1 ON/OFF 10A outlet (V1 fans)
1 ON/OFF 15A outlet (V2 fans)
3 +-/-+ 1A outlets (re-circulation grille, windscreen grille and valve).
1 PWM 100 mA outlet (PWM fans).
1 12-V outlet for the power supply of valve return.
Indicator leds
1 bar with 16 red leds indicating heat quantity
1 green/red led indicating air speed
1 green/red led indicating the position of re-circulation grilles
1 red led indicating the position of the feet/windscreen grilles
Keyboard
5 or 4 illuminated silicone keys
Working range
-20 ºC to 85 ºC
Storage
-20 ºC to 85 ºC
Connections
1 AMP connector, Junior Power Timer series, with 21 pins
(references: Control 966140-6, Installation 1-0967625-1 Receptacle terminal 9277753)
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MANUAL RAMP
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6.1
TECHNICAL FEATURES
Ramp for city buses
Driving: Manual
Weight: 30Kg
Static load: 375 Kg. Maximum load
capacity
Supply 24V. DC by inside/outside
voltage: ramp sensor
Safety: Handhold lock/unlock
Install: Integration into the floor of
the vehicle
6.1.1
INSTALLATION
All the ramp elements will be integrated into the floor of the
vehicle once installed within the defined dimensions so that no
part will remain outside. For better control of the ramp and for
ease of operation, the handhold has a key locking mechanism.
Said locking prevents use of the handhold, thus preventing third
parties from activating the ramp.
6.1.2
SENSOR
The ramp incorporates a sensor on the fixed platform which fully
controls the ramp position. The sensor is powered by the car
battery. To ensure its proper functioning the voltage should be
24V.
6.1.3
IDENTIFICATION CODE
There is a CE normative identification plate on the inside mobile
platform where the code “Ref.” is the model. Available in case of spare parts.
M2 USER'S MANUAL: CGN-RM2-01-xx-2
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INTRODUCTION
6.2
This manual contains information for safe use of the RM2 access ramp for persons with reduced mobility.
This manual should be read and understood to know the HAZARDS, SAFETY ELEMENTS, instructions for use…
before using the ramp.
Safe operation of the ramp is paramount. It is the operator’s responsibility to understand and operate the
ramp in a correct and safe manner.
The best way to become familiar with its operation is to practise as operator and as user. In this way one
learns what it is like to use the ramp.
In addition, this manual contains the instructions and conditions necessary to install the RM2 ramp. Please
follow these instructions carefully and if you have any query you can call MASATS S.A. technical service.
Follow all the steps described from start to finish and do not modify or dismantle any part of the ramp.
1. Read and understand the instructions described in this manual.
2. Do not allow persons that have not received adequate training or that have not read this manual to
install the ramp.
3. Ensure that the vehicle battery is disconnected when connecting to the power supply.
6.2.1
DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM
The RM2 ramp is a mechanical system that is activated manually. In this model, there are the products with
references 32829xxx. The system comprises 5 functional parts which in tandem are the main assembly
units.
·
Fixed platform
·
Mobile platform
·
Inside/ outside ramp sensor
·
Handhold
·
Finishing strips
Pic.1 - Integrated in the vehicle
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All the ramp elements will be integrated into the floor of the vehicle once installed within the dimensions
defined in the technical specifications, so that no part will remain outside the device itself. (Pic.1) The ramp
sensor is powered by the car battery and to ensure its proper functioning, the voltage should be 24V.
6.2.2
FUNCTIONAL GROUPS
1. Fixed platform: Part of the ramp always located in the vehicle interior. Used to fix the device to
the vehicle whilst also ensuring good integration of ramp with ground when opened out.
2. Mobile platform: Only mobile part of the ramp. A hinge fitting allows the mobile platform to pivot
and open out through the door. This manual operation is performed by hand.
3. Inside/ outside ramp sensor: Electro-mechanical unit which fully controls the ramp position.
4. Handhold: Fixed to the mobile platform, this handle facilitates effortless and ergonomic operation
of the ramp.
5. Finishing strips: These ensure optimum signage in the access area whilst also lending aesthetic
appeal to the device.
opened out
Ramp
away
Ramp folded
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Functional groups
6.2.3
ASSOCIATED SENSOR SYSTEM
An inductive type sensor in the device’s fixed platform is used to control the ramp
position, indicating the status of the ramp at all times (open or closed).
This sensor detects the proximity of the mobile platform to the fixed platform
giving a signal at approx. 10 mm. or less distance. Operation N.O
6.2.4
ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION
Before proceeding with assembly and installation of the RM2 ramp, it is important
to read and understand this manual to know the HAZARDS, SAFETY ELEMENTS,
instructions for use, controls and all the information included.
In like manner, when handling equipment, the minimum safety requirements should be met in
accordance with the minimum workplace health and safety regulations and the appropriate safety
equipment (safety boots and gloves) and tools should be used.
Follow these instructions carefully and if in doubt call MASATS S.A. technical service. Follow all the
steps described from start to finish and do not modify or dismantle any part of the ramp.
Improper assembly and installation of the system can cause operating problems and even hazards
and injury to users, operators and third parties.
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6.2.5
ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Before commencing assembly and installation of the RM2 ramp, please check that the following
requirements are met:
·
The minimum dimensions of the vehicles structure where the ramp will be located are in the
section 2.1, vehicle compartement width x vehicle compartement length.
·
The useful width of the access in which the ramp is to be situated should be more than
1000mm.
·
The ramp should be positioned so that there is no obstacle to the platform opening out.
·
Ensure that the vehicle floor (timber) is not thicker than that of the device. (20 mm)
·
The vinyl flooring (PVC floor) to be used should be no thicker than 2 mm.
·
The structure which will hold the ramp should allow the fixed platform to be anchored and
fixed along the perimeter of the base plate.
·
Said structure must enable the most level placement possible of the device. Ensure there
are no protruding elements that might interfere with level placement of the ramp.
·
The ramp should be situated so that, respecting the dimensions of the preceding points,
there is not obstacle impeding the proper functioning of the ramp.
·
It is recommended that assembly and fixing of the ramp be commenced before installing the
floor.
·
The vehicle's power supply should be prepared to power the sensor correctly at 24 VC and
for receipt of the output signal of said sensor.
At this point, position the device in the ideal/ desired location and check that it is working properly.
Also check the sensor position to ensure that it does not interfere with the chassis. If any problem is
identified at this stage please contact MASATS S.A technical support service.
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6.2.6
ASSEMBLY
Before assembling the ramp, ensure that the vehicle is on as
flat as surface as possible, disconnect the car battery and engage the
handbrake.
Having followed all of the above instructions, proceed as
follows to ensure correct assembly:
1. Define the ideal position: for correct assembly without any
incident we recommend that:
·
the ramp be centred with the access to minimise
any possible errors concerning the useful width of
the access.
·
The front edge of the base plate of the fixed platform should be flush with the vehicle step,
ensuring optimum opening angle and finish of the ramp.
2. Place the ramp in its ideal/ desire position. Fix it provisionally and check that it is working
properly. Also check the sensor position to ensure that it does not interfere with the chassis.
3. Make any necessary adjustments to its position.
4. Fix the ramp to the structure (in closed position). It is recommended that rivets be use (stainless
steel is preferable), which should be drilled into the plate and the structure. Where possible, use
polyurethane based adhesive to avoid direct contact between the plate and the chassis.
5. At this point install the sensor set in the relevant opening which is located on the fixed platform.
Lock underneath with the nut at a tightening torque of approx. 100 N.m. Do not connect cable at this stage.
6. Proceed with installation of the floor surface and vinyl floor covering. Also position the finishing
strips on the step, cutting them at the desired length in accordance with the door width.
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7. To install the handhold, make a precise cut in the vinyl flooring on the mobile platform. Provide
access once again to the platform and the tapped holes (x4).
8. Fix the handhold using 4 M5 screws at a tightening torque of approx. 8 N.m.
6.2.7
INSTALLATION
Once perfectly assembled, proceed with installation of the RM2 ramp.
To do this, connect the sensor in accordance with the following instructions:
1. Connect the sensor to the M12 connector supplied. Screw in tightly until the union between the
two slides.
2. Collect up the protruding section of piped cable (5 metres), map and fix the path to the junction
box. Play particular attention when doing this, as, if the cable is
connected incorrectly it could lead to wearing of same.
3. Connect the cable according to the diagram below.
·
Brown positive at 24 VC
·
Black sensor signal
·
Blue negative
·
White Not applicable
Once the power and signal cables have been connected as indicated in the circuit diagram, the
device is considered installed and ready for use.
6.3
CORRECT USE OF THE RAMP
The RM2 ramp is a platform designed for persons with reduced mobility to access the bus through
the same access door as other passengers.
The maximum load capacity is 350 kg.
Masats S.A accepts no responsibility for use of the ramp for any other purpose.
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6.3.1
RAMP OPERATOR
The platform should be operated by a trained person.
The vehicle driver should be trained on how to use same,
operating it in accordance with the instructions in this manual and
should personally supervise use of the platform.
The driver of the vehicle in which the platform is installed is
responsible for its proper use and is the only person that should operate
it.
When the ramp is needed, the driver should stop the vehicle in an area that allows the platform to
be used safely and with minimum lateral or front surface unevenness.
6.3.2
INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE
Once the vehicle is positioned properly for use of the platform, the below steps should be followed
strictly to operate the RM2 ramp:
1. Stop the vehicle.
2. Engage the handbrake.
3. Notify passengers that you intend to use the ramp and request that the access area in question be
kept clear.
4. Open the access doors.
5. Go to the access door where the device is located.
6.3.3
CHECKS BEFORE USE
Once at the access door, the driver should ensure that the location is suitable for use of the ramp
checking the following parameters:
1. Ensure that the device can reach the ground from the vehicle.
2. Make sure that there is nothing obstructing the ground on which the ramp platform will rest.
3. Check that the doors are fully open.
4. Check that there is nothing blocking the exit of the platform.
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5. Check that there is no obstacle on the vehicle floor.
6. Clear the ramp operation and movement area.
7. Inform the user on the procedure for accessing the vehicle.
Once all the requirements have been met the driver can now open out the ramp.
From this time and until completion of the operation, the driver should remain beside the access
door paying particular attention to safety and the "environmental" conditions in accordance with the
abovementioned points.
Incorrect use of the ramp can result in personal injury.
6.3.4
CHECKS DURING USE
As well as remaining beside the access door, paying particular attention to safety and
"environmental" conditions, it is important to bear in mind a series of aspects during operation:
1. Follow the instructions for use carefully and use this manual to resolve any issue that may arise.
2. Do not allow any person-user or operator-or part of their body, to be situated below or to interact
with the movement of the ramp, or to be located in a position where he/she/it may become trapped
between the platform and the ground when operating the ramp.
3. Listen for any unusual sounds during operation.
4. Watch out for any inappropriate movements/ deformations of the device.
5. Observe all the instructions and hazards on the ramp.
6. Most importantly, use common sense when operating the ramp.
7. If any anomaly is detected at this point that affects the operation of the ramp, do not use it until a
qualified technician has repaired the device.
6.4
OPERATION
The RM2 ramp is a simple mechanism that operates logically. In any case, the different functions or
associated modes are defined below.
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6.4.1
OPENING AND CLOSING THE RAMP
To open the ramp properly from its closed position:
1. Go to the outside of the vehicle, standing suficiently close to the ramp to avoid having to force it
upwards.
2. Bend slightly towards it and grip the handhold.
3. Pull gently from its rest position up to a 90º angle approximately.
4. At this point, without letting go of the handhold, use the other hand to help support the ramp at
the side.
5. Let go of the handhold and gently rest the ramp on the ground whilst moving to one side keeping
clear of its movement range.
The steps should be carried out in reverse to close the ramp. Pay particular attention to correct
positioning of your body to avoid yanking or sudden movements.
The weight of the platform always tends to follow the position of the operator. Thus, it is important
to open and close the ramp gently taking care not to trap feet or hands.
6.5
RAMP OPERATING POSITIONS
For good use and operation of the ramp, two optimum operating positions are defined:
CLOSED: When not in use. The mobile platform rests on the fixed and is 100% level with the vehicle
floor.
Any element that gets trapped between the 2 platforms will result in unevenness at the rest position
and may cause vehicle users to trip over.
In any case, any significant unevenness should be detected by the ramp signal outside.
OPEN: Once the operator has operated the ramp correctly, it is considered to be in open position.
For this the ramp should rest flat and not be at a slope of any more than 12 %, which would make it
unsuitable for use.
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6.5.1
SAFETY: HANDHOLD LOCK/UNLOCK
For better control of the ramp and for ease of operation, the
handhold has a key locking mechanism.
Said locking prevents use of the handhold, thus preventing third
parties from activating the ramp.
As a safety measure, it is recommended that the handhold be locked
after each time the ramp is used. This means that it will have to be unlocked
each time it is used.
6.5.2
SAFETY: OUTSIDE/INSIDE RAMP SIGNAL
A sensor for controlling the ramp is located on the fixed platform of the device. This indicates the
ramp status at all times (open or closed).
This signal minimises possible damage to the ramp should one forget that it is open when closing
the door or moving the vehicle.
6.5.3
MISUSE OF THE DEVICE
Any action that is a risk to the integrity of the device and to nearby persons is considered misuse:
·
The ramp must not be launched from a height, it must be supported and rest gently on the
ground.
·
The ramp should be properly supported by the ground. Any imbalance can result in
deformations of the ramp and is potentially dangerous for the user.
·
In a closed position the ramp there should be no obstruction between the 2 platforms. If
this should occur, the ramp will remain semi-open and may cause passengers to trip over it.
It could also become deformed if stepped on continuously under said conditions.
6.6
MAINTENANCE
To guarantee proper operation of the system and to guarantee a long useful life of the platform it is
paramount that the entire system be kept in good condition.
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6.6.1
BASIC PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
To keep the system in good condition, it is recommended that basic system maintenance be carried
out each month.
·
It is recommended that the system be kept clean and in good condition. It is thus highly
recommended that the surface of the fixed and mobile platforms and hinge be kept clean
Accumulation of dust, dirt, sediment, sand, mud and any other residue can cause malfunctioning of
the system and reduce the useful life of same.
·
It is recommended that during cleaning, a visual inspection of the different parts of the
platform be carried out paying particular attention to the mobile parts.
6.6.2
COMPLETE PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Where timely maintenance is carried out under normal operating and soiling conditions, no other
more extensive preventive action need be taken.
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7
GAMA CICLO - MANUAL DESCRIPTION
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This manual was designed to facilitate the maintenance procedures to the customers and service
staff. It contents the maintenance information of ESTEBAN CICLO seats.
To facilitate the maintenance procedures it is highly recommended that technicians have free
access to this manual and study in details all the procedures before start the jobs. It is also important use
this manual to clarify eventual doubts.
The manual is designed in a modular structure contenting the following sections:
1. Introduction
2. Description
3. Getting started and Preventive Maintenance
4. Troubleshooting
5. Repairing Module
6. Cleanness Manual
INTRODUCTION
7.1
This is the current section.
7.1.1
DESCRIPTION
This section brings information about the variants of CICLO seats and describes the main seat’s
components.
7.1.2
·
GETTING STARTED AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Getting Started: It indicates all tasks after the repairing procedures as procedures to check the seat
after the first assembling.
·
Preventive Maintenance: It indicates the parts and mechanisms that demands regular maintenance,
inspections and timeframe for the maintenance tasks. The information is presented in a 2 inputs
table: Vertical – all the components with the operation to be completed; Horizontal – all the tasks to
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be completed. The information is organized in a way that is possible to make sure that all points
were checked by following the table routine.
7.1.3
TROUBLESHOOTING
This section includes a table to find out reasons for faults.
7.1.4
REPAIRING MODULE
This section describes the operations of assembling and disassembling of the seat and its
mechanisms.
7.1.4.1
REPAIRING MODULE HEAD
Every Repairing module has a head o top of the sheet, describing the following data:
·
Application: It informs the model of seat where the instruction can be applied.
·
Estimated Time: it informs the average labor time to complete the task, minutes based.
·
Tools: Brings the list of tools necessary to accomplish the task.
·
Sundries and Consumables: It specifies all the Sundries and Consumables necessary to
complete the tasks such as grease, adhesive, rivets, etc.
·
Spare Parts: It includes the necessary spare parts to conclude the task,
organized with all the catalogue references.
7.1.4.2
IMPORTANT INDICATIONS
The important indications a present as follow, inside of color boxes to highlight inside of text.
It might be necessary to loosen the bolts that of plastic structure and seat platform union in order to
facilitate the job
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7.1.5
CLEANNESS MANUAL
It indicates the cleanness procedures and correct product to carry out services as stains removal,
fabric cleaning, plastic cleaning and painting protection.
7.2
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The seat is designed to propitiate comfort to passengers and an anti-vandalism features to the
operators.
Based in a anti-vandalism structure combined with a ergonomic seat integrating the bars
support, CICLO seat optimizes the space designated to passengers.
The new and innovators materials applied on its construction have outcome a low weight, versatile
and high anti-vandalism resistance.
7.2.1
TECHNICAL DATA
·
Made in recyclable materials and homologated fulfilling the directive ECE 95/28, ensuring
safety to passengers and environment friendly.
·
Homologated fulfilling the Directive UIC 564-2
·
23 kg, Double upholstered with high resistance and quality fabric, anchored through leg and
side wall fixing system.
7.2.2
COMPONENTS
The seat is composed by the following elements: seat platform, leg, seat plastic structure and arm
rest.
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Hand rail
Seat
Fixed Armrest
Retractable Armrest
Seat Leg
7.2.2.1
PLATFORM
It is a metallic structure welded and black powder coated.
7.2.2.2
LEG
Metallic piece fixed in the platform through bolts. Black powder coated.
7.2.2.3
PLASTIC STRUCTURE
Composed by blew plastic piece in addition to a anti-vandalism structure ergonomic designed.
The seat cushion and backrest are polyurethane foam made, recovered with high quality fabric.
The fabric is fixed on the seat cushion and backrest through brackets located on posterior side of the
seat.
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7.2.2.4
FIXED ARMREST
It is structured in Polyamide with metallic inserts with high resistance to side stresses. It is fixed to
the platform through bolts.
7.2.2.5
RETRACTABLE ARMREST (OPTIONAL)
If necessary the seats are equipped with retractable armrest. The main function is facilitate the
access of Disable persons to the seat. Seats designated to disable person usually must have such solution.
This armrest is assembled over a metallic bracket which is fixed to the platform.
7.3
GETTING STARTED
Before get started, the seat must be checked minding its functionalities and visual conditions.
The checks are visual for external components and manual working to elements belonging to
mechanisms. The complete check list is indicated on table called “Preventive Maintenance”, chapter
6.3.1.
7.3.1
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Maintenance tasks
Upholstery
Vacuum Cleaning to absorb the fine dust
Wet cleaning (wow and natural fabrics
upholsteries) – See upholstery
maintenance and cleaning.
Dry Clean through appropriate product
(synthetic fabrics, polyester, etc). – See
upholstery maintenance and cleaning.
Check upholsteries conditions, searching
for scratches, holes or discoloration.
Frequency
Regular Maintenance
Ever Every
Ever Ever Ever
y
6
y
y2
y3
Wee mont
Year years years
k
hs
Checks
Week 6
check mont
s
hs
check
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Search for stains and flattening of pelage.
Check the needle work do not present
loosened wires and fringes.
Verify that fabric do not present wrinkles
or bags.
Verify that the pelage sense is uniform.
Seat
Check if there are noise due vibration.
Verify that seats cushion and backrest are
fixed.
Re-tight the fixing bolts of seat against the
platform.
Foams
Verify that foams do not present
flattening and deforming.
Anchorage
Re-tight the backrest fixing points.
7.4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Description
Noise on
seat
structure
Noise on
fixing points
Upholsterie
s fabric
discoloratio
n
Inspection
Cause
Solution
Seat fixing not strong
enough
Loosened screws
Tight Screws
Loosened armrest
Loosened screws
Tight Screws
Loosened side cover
Loosened seat leg
Loosened backrest
A noise is noticeable
when backrest is
stressed.
A very noticeable
vibration is detected
when backrest is
solicited by its back.
Loosened screws
Loosened screws
Loosened screws
Loosened fixing
screws
Tight Screws
Tight Screws
Tight Screws
Tight Screws
Backrest structure is
deformed and needs
to be replaced.
Replace backrest
structure.
When press the
fabric with finger and
displace in the
opposite sense of
flattening a color
Dirty fabric
Clean fabric
Attention
Check if the
fixing screw
touch the
side wall
rail.
Refer to
specialized
process for
this
cleanness.
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difference is
noticeable.
The most protected
zones of fabric have
more true colors
than that one
subjected to
passengers use.
The fabric color
changes depending
on vision angle
7.5
Dirty fabric
Clean fabric
Refer to
specialized
process for
this
cleanness.
Flattening by
incorrect
maintenance
Change maintenance
procedures
Check the
maintenanc
e
procedures
chapter
REPARING PROCEDURES
GAMA CICLO
INSTRODUCTION
The instructions for seat maintenance are separated as repairing modules. The first part includes the
complete seat, the subsequent parts comprehend the variations of each particular model and seats options.
The modules structure is organized in complementary way. So every advanced module depends on
the prior ones, i.e when the interior part disassembling is shown, user must consider the external part
disassembling instruction before.
Every module describes, in detail, the disassembling system of an element.
The assembling and disassembling procedures are opposites, so the manual does not describes both
unless a special care is demanded.
The pictures of these manual always represents an off side double seat set. The pictures
corresponding to side pieces details represents the off side window or off side aisle seat. The repairing of
any other case will be done in an analogue way.
Transport and storing of the seat must be done with the legs supporting the whole set, never with
the upside down being supported seat upholstery or plastic structure. It is indicated to pack the seat
accordingly to avoid eventual damages caused by small shocks or vibration.
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When any repairing is carried out, it is convenient use only original spare parts as indicated in spare
parts catalogue. Any other aftermarket solution would cause mal function or premature failure of other
components. In addition to the risks of failure, once confirmed, Irizar reserves to the right of decline of all
warranty conditions, annulling the product warranty.
BOLTS TORQUE
The bolted unions must be tighten following the toques on the next table since there are no special
remarks to the referred mechanism.
This specifications is applied to hexagonal or cylindrical head bolts and steel nut with friction factor
from 0,12 to 0,14.
The torque is specified combing the metric labeling, wires pitching and quality of each bolt.
Diameter
M4
M5
M6
M8
M10
SAE 7/16”
Quality
Torque (Nm)
Thread Pitch
5.6
1,5 +/- 0,3
3,0 +/- 0,5
5,0 +/- 0,7
12,5 +/- 2
24,5 +/- 4
0,7
0,8
1
1,25
1,5
20 wires/inch
8.8
2,9 +/- 0,5
6,0 +/- 0,9
10 +/- 1,5
25 +/- 3,8
49 +/- 7,4
35 +/- 5,3
The bolt quality is indicated on its head. In case of doubt when a bolt replacement is demanded,
always use a 8.8 bolt.
Bolts Fixing Joints on Seat
Seat against the platform.
Seat leg against platform.
Backrest Support against supports.
Diameter
M8
M8
M8
Quality
8.8
8.8
8.8
Attention
20 +/- 3 Nm
Previous table
Previous table
For unions bolt/ Plastic, Bolt/ Aluminum, Bolt/ plate, greased unions and any other not specified in
this manual, the seat manufacturer will indicate.
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80.01.01
Model:
Tools:
Spare parts:
Ciclo CicloMuki
Estimated time:
Screw driver
Sundries,
Hammer
consumables:
LS cover (Ref. 008040405)
RS cover (Ref. 008040406)
LS cover with armrest (Ref. 008040407)
RS cover with armrest (Ref. 008040408)
STRUCTURE SIDE COVER
3,25 min.
N/A
SIDE COVER WITH
SIMPLE SIDE COVER
DISASSEMBLING
1. Loose the bolts (1) that fix the side cover (2) to the seat PLATFORM (3).
2. Take the side cover (2) off, extracting from its housings in the seat PLATFORM (3).
ASSEMBLING
1. Place the side cover (2) on seat PLATFORM (3) and hit with hammer.
2. Fix the side cover (2) through the bolts (1).
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80.01.03
Model:
Tools:
Spare parts:
Ciclo
Estimated time:
Ciclo Muki
Wrench 12-13
Sundries and
Screw Driver
consumables:
LS Armrest (Ref. 008040409)
RS Armrest (Ref. 008040410)
LS Retractable Armrest (Ref. 008002201)
RS Retractable Armrest (Ref. 008002202)
Hexagonal bolts M6x20 (Ref. 000601609)
Pressure washer M6 (Ref. 000625001)
Washer 6,4x18 (Ref. 000622101)
AISLE ARM REST
4,30 min
N/A
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DISASSEMBLING
It might be necessary to loosen the bolts that of plastic structure and seat platform union in order to
facilitate the job
1. Loosen the side cover, see module 80.01.01
2. Loosen the 3 hexagonal bolts (1), pressure washers (2) y washers (3) that fix the
armrest (4) and platform (5).
3. Take the armrest off (4).
ASSEBLING
Revert the above instructions.
Re-tight the seat platform and Plastic structure union after finish
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80.01.05
Model:
ARMREST TURNING MECHANISM
Ciclo
Estimated time:
15 min
Ciclo Muki
Screw Drive
Sundries and
N/A
Hammer
consumables:
Wrench 16-17
Arm Assy (Ref. 007502202)
Countersunk head hexagonal bolt M8x30 (Ref. 000607117)
Turning Bushing (Ref. 007508102)
Turning Nut (Ref. 002508214)
LS Retractable support set (Ref. 008001501-G06)
RS Retractable support set (Ref. 008001502-G06)
Armrest cover (Ref. 007540410)
Tools:
Spare Parts:
DISASSEMBLING
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disassemble the arm, see module 80.01.03.
Take the 2 caps offs (6), loosen and take the bolt off (2) and nut (4).
Take the bushing off (3) from the armrest body (1).
Take the armrest off (1) from the support (5).
ASSEMBLING
Revert the above instructions.
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80.02.01
Model:
Tools:
Spare Parts
UPHOLSTERED SEAT CUSHION
Estimated time:
4,10 min
Ciclo
Ciclo Muki
Crowbar / Screwdriver /
Consumables and N/A
Hammer
sundries:
Fixing Clip US 700 (Ref. 000698420)
CICLO: Seat cushion (Ref. 008004401)
MUKI: Seat cushion (Ref. 008004402)
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DISASSEMBLING
1. Insert the crowbar in the junction of seat cushion (1) and the plastic structure, the crowbar
detail must fit to the clip (2), see detail C. A special care is demanded to avoid damages on plastic
structure.
2. Force the crowbar in the sense of the arrow to unclip the clip and loosen the seat cushion (1) on
both clips (2).
3. Extract the 2 clips (2) from the cushion (1) and discard.
4. Take the 3 remaining inserts from seat cushion plate slots (1) see detail B.
ASSEMBLING
1. Insert new clips (2) to the cushion plate (1). Insert the clips in too the extreme of the slots, detail
A.
2. Attach the seat cushion plate (1) to the seat following the procedure: the 3 inserts in slots of
plastic structure (detail B), and the clips (2) in the holes.
3. Hit with a hammer to fix the cushion (1). Review to ensure a good fixing.
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80.02.02
Model:
Tool:
Spare Parts:
Ciclo
Ciclo Muki
Pneumatic stapler
Estimated time:
CUSHION COVER
12,60 min
Sundries and
Staple BEA 80/6 (Ref.
Consumables:
000662003)
CICLO: Cover (Ref. 0080034XX) Considering the body number
15mm foam (Ref. 008010401)
Cushion Base (Ref. 008040402)
MUKI: Cover (Ref. 0080034XX) Considering the body number
15mm foam (Ref. 008010402)
Cushion Base (Ref. 008040423)
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DISASSEMBLING
1.
2.
3.
4.
Loosen the seat cushion, see module 80.02.01.
Take staples off (3), detail A.
Unbound and take the staples off from the stretch net (4) in the seat cushion (3), see detail B.
Separate the cover (1) from the foam (2).
ASSEMBLING
Revert the above instruction.
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80.03.01
Model:
Tools:
Spare Parts:
Ciclo
Estimated time:
Ciclo Muki
Crowbar / screwdriver /
Sundries and
hammer
consumables:
Fixing clip US 700 (Ref. 000698420)
CICLO: Backrest cushion (Ref. 008004301)
MUKI: Backrest cushion (Ref. 008004302)
COVERED BACKREST
3,90 min
N/A
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DISASSEMBLING
1. Insert the crowbar in the junction of backrest cushion (1) and the plastic structure, the crowbar
detail must fit to the clip (2), see detail C. A special care is demanded to avoid damages on
plastic structure.
2. Force the crowbar in the sense of the arrow to unclip the clip and loosen the backrest cushion
(1) on both clips (2).
3. Extract the 2 clips (2) from the cushion (1) and discard.
4. Take the 3 remaining inserts from seat cushion plate slots (1) see detail B.
ASSEMBLING
1. Insert 4 new clips (2) to the cushion plate (1). Insert the clips in too the extreme of the slots,
detail A.
2. Attach the backrest cushion plate (1) to the seat following the procedure: the 3 inserts in slots of
plastic structure (detail B), and the clips (2) in the holes.
3. Hit with a hammer to fix the cushion (1). Review to ensure a good fixing.
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80.03.02
Application:
Tools:
Spare Parts:
Ciclo
Ciclo Muki
Pneumatic Stapler
Estimated Time:
BACKREST COVER
12,40 min.
Sundries and
Staple BEA 80/6 (Ref.
Consumables:
000662003)
CICLO: Cover (Ref. 0080033XX) Correspondent to the body number
15mm foam (Ref. 008010301)
Backrest plate (Ref. 008040401)
MUKI: Cover (Ref. 0080033XX) correspondent to the body number
15mm foam (Ref. 008010302)
Backrest Plate (Ref. 008040424)
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DISASSEMBLING
1. Loosen the backrest cushion, see module 80.03.01.
2. Take staples off (3), detail A.
3. Unbound and take the staples off from the stretch net (4) in the backrest cushion (3), see detail
B.
4. Separate the cover (1) from the foam (2).
ASSEMBLING
Revert the above instructions.
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80.05.01
Application:
Tools:
Spare Parts:
AISLE SEAT LEG / SIDE WALL FIXING RAIL
Estimated Time:
8,00 min.
Ciclo
Ciclo Muki
Screwdriver
Sundries and
N/A
Wrench 12-13
Consumables:
Hammer
Measure tape
Seat leg (Ref. 0080017XX) depending on body number
Seat platform fixing bolts (Ref. 005208201)
Washer 8mm (Ref. 000621101)
Parlock nut M8 (Ref. 000632103)
Aisle LEG
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Side Wall
fixing part
DISASSEMBLING
Seat Leg
1. Loosen the hexagonal nut M8 (1) and washers (2) that fix the Leg (4) to the platform (5).
2. Take the leg off (4), extract the platform (5) and the 2 fixing bolts (3).
Side Wall
1. Loosen the 4 bolts (1), washer (2) and hexagonal nuts (3) that fix to the platform (5).
2. Take the fixing part from the wall.
ASSEMBLING
Seat Leg
1. Fix the seat leg to the platform (5) using the correspondent holes (3).
2. Fix, not tightening, the leg to the platform with the washers (2) and hexagonal Nuts M8 (1).
3. Using the measure tape and rubber hammer, adjust the leg position (4) in the desired position.
4. Tight the bolts using the wrench and applying the correct torque.
Side Wall Fixing Part
1. Insert 2 fixing bolts (3) in the platform (5)
2. Fix, not tightening, the platform using 2 washers (2) and hexagonal nuts M8 (1)
3. Using the measure tape and hammer, adjust to the suitable position (4).
4. Tight the bolts applying the correct torques.
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80.05.02
Application:
Tools:
Spare Parts:
Ciclo
Ciclo Muki
HAND RAIL FIXING FLANGE
Estimated Time:
3,70 min.
Sundries and
Consumables:
LS flange Ø33 mm (Ref. 008006001)
RS flange Ø33 mm (Ref. 008006002)
LS flange Ø35 mm (Ref. 008006003)
RS flange Ø35 mm (Ref. 008006004)
Torx
N/A
DISASSEMBLING
1. Loosen the 3 bolts (2) washers and pressure washers (3).
2. Take off the semi-flanges (1.)
3. Extract pin (4) from the bar.
ASSEMBLING
Revert the above instructions.
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80.08.01
Application:
Tools:
Spare Parts:
PLASTIC STRUCTURE
11,00 min.
Ciclo
Estimated Time:
Ciclo Muki
Screwdriver
Sundries and
Ninguno
Llave Tubo 12-13
Consumables:
CICLO:
Double coated platform set (Ref. 008001101-N50)
Gray Plastic Structure+black handrail (Ref. 008043427-G02)
Light Gray Plastic Structure+black handrail (Ref. 008043429-G02)
Light Gray Plastic Structure+Yellow handrail (Ref. 008043438G02)
Light Gray Plastic Structure+Yellow handrail Cover(Ref.
008043440-G02)
Yellow Plastic Structure+Black handrail (Ref. 008043427-A03)
Yellow Plastic Structure+Black handrail cover(Ref. 008043429A03)
Red Plastic Structure+Black handrail (Ref. 008043427-R06)
Red Plastic Structure+Black handrail cover (Ref. 008043429-R06)
MUKI:
Platform Set (Ref. 008001105-N50)
Gray Plastic Structure+black handrail (Ref. 008043449-G02)
Red Plastic Structure+Black handrail (Ref. 008043449-R06)
Yellow Plastic Structure+Black handrail (Ref. 008043449-A03)
Light Gray Plastic Structure+Yellow handrail (Ref. 008043451G02)
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DISASSEMBLING
Ciclo
1.
2.
3.
Ciclo Muki
1.
2.
3.
Loosen the four hexagonal headed bolts M8x15 (1), pressure washers (2) and washer (3),
fixing the plastic structure backwards (6) to the platform (7).
Loosen the four hexagonal headed bolts M8x40 (4), pressure washers (2), washers (3) and
bushings (5), that is fixing the plastic structure (6) to the platform (7) by front section.
Take the seat off.
Loosen the four hexagonal headed bolts M8x15 (1), pressure washers (2) and washer (3),
fixing the plastic structure backwars (4) to the platform (5).
Loosen the eight hexagonal headed bolts M8x30 (3), pressure washers (2), that are fixing
the plastic structure (4) to the platform (5) by front section.
Take the seat off.
ASSEMBLING
Revert the above instruction for assembling.
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7.6
7.6.1
MOQUETTES (FABRIC) MAINTENANCE AND CONSERVATION
REGULAR CLEANNESS
A weekly vacuum cleaning will enlarge the fabric statutory life.
When vacuum cleaning, do not create excessive friction fabric by the nozzle, always apply the nozzle
in go and back movements, in a regular and soft movements.
7.6.2
DEEP REGULAR CLEANNESS
It is recommended every 6 months and depending on accumulated dust. The following process are
recommended:
·
Wow Fabric and blends: humid cleaning by “spray – extraction” process. Preferentially
accomplished by a specialist using the most indicated method for each case (wow fabrics
shampoo or similar products).
·
Synthetic Fabrics (acrylic, polyester, etc.) – Dry clean using the right product. Preferentially
accomplished by a specialist using the most indicated method for each case.
·
As alternative for natural and synthetic fabrics, it is indicated use “dry foam” cleaning
processes. Again accomplished by a specialist using the most indicated method for each
case.
·
When steam cleaning is used, a special care must be paid in order to avoid
stains, generated by water condensation from the steam machine. Again, a specialist must
be consulted.
7.6.3
STAINS TREATING
The most important is actuate as fast as possible, preferentially, before the stain get dried,
otherwise the removal of stain will very difficult or not effective.
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If the stain is liquid of greasy, it is necessary absorb using a clean fabric or a foam. In case of solid of
semi-solid stains, the excess must be removed with a spatula.
If the stain got dried, brush slightly to eliminate residual materials and immediately absorb with a
humid fabric or sponge.
In case the action must occur to stain interior in order to reduce its size.
Below, there is a list of most common stains types and its specifics treatments:
Oil. Cover the stain area with powder or paste talc. Leave for some hours and than brush. If stain got
dried, use a stain remover.
Tar or Pitch. Treat with benzol or stain remover thinner.
Pen Ink. Treat locally with Alcohol.
Shoes Bitumen. Dissolve with Ethanol, press with a clean fabric and clear with neutral soap.
Coffee / Cocoa. Treat with benzene of stain remover thinner.
Gum. Treat with acetone and wash afterwards removing the residues.
Grease. Treat with alcohol or similar. If persists, stain remover thinner.
Adhesives. Once dried, impossible to remove. If possible, treat immediately with acetone.
Lipstick. Treat locally with alcohol.
Perfume / Make up. Treat locally with hot glycerin, rinse with water and neutral detergent.
Paint. Clean immediately with a cotton fabric soaked in solvent. If oil based paint, use an oil with
turpentine; If synthetic based paint, treat with suitable solvent, apply the powder talc and brush after dried.
Gum. Treat with alcohol and remove the residues.
Chocolate. Treat using warm water and soap or neutral shampoo, rinsing afterwards.
Nail Polish. Use acetone, wash and rinse.
Fruits.Wash with blend of neutral detergent and water. If persists, dry foam.
Milk. With detergent or neutral shampoo for upholsteries.
Ice Cream. Wash with warm water and stains remover thinner.
Rust. Treat with specific remover anti-oxide or lemon juice alternatively.
Urine. Treat with neutral detergent for upholsteries. If persist, consult a specialist.
Resin. Remove the residues and treat with solvent (Turpentine oil) and wash.
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Blood. Wash with warm water and neutral detergent. If it is dried, wash many times.
Sweat. Brush with vinegar or alcohol diluted.
Tea. Same as coffee and cocoa.
Ink. Soaked with alcohol and wash with neutral detergent.
White Wine. Rinse with cold water and wash subsequently.
Red Wine. Wash immediately and than treat locally with lemon juice.
Vomit. Wash detergent or upholsteries shampoo and rinse.
7.7
PLASTICS PARTS CLEANING
On plastic structure the first cleanness must be done with a sponge soaked in soaped water. Once
dried, spray an alkaline detergent with high pH, suitable for plastic surfaces, strongly rubbing with dried
fabric. In rough surfaces, it is necessary to brush to remove the adhered dirt.
7.8
PAINT PROTECTION
When cleaning the vehicle interior, use only water or neutral products dissolved in water. Avoid to
use abrasives, strong acids or strong bases as bleach or hydrochloric acid. Do not use organic solvents.
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7.9
7.9.1
URBAN 90 PASSENGERS SEAT
PRESENTATION
This manual was designed to facilitate the maintenance procedures to the customers and service
staff. It contents the maintenance information of ESTEBAN seats.
To facilitate the maintenance procedures it is highly recommended that technicians have free access
to this manual and study in detail all the procedures before start the jobs. It is also important use this
manual to clarify eventual doubts.
The manual is designed in a modular structure contenting the following sections:
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
General Information
Trouble shooting
Repairing Modules
Unions Torques
Getting Started
Maintenance Timeframe
Maintenance Instructions
Standard Labor Time table.
General Information
Description of all seat’s components.
Troubleshooting
This section includes a table to find out reasons for faults.
Repairing Modules
This section describes the operations of assembling and disassembling of the seat and its
mechanisms.
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Unions Torques
This section brings the toques to be applied in the junction of different bolted elements of the seat.
Getting Started
It indicates all tasks after the repairing procedures as procedures to check the seat after the first
assembling.
Maintenance Timeframe
It indicates the parts and mechanisms that demands regular maintenance, inspections and
timeframe for the maintenance tasks. The information is presented in a 2 inputs table: Vertical – all
the components with the operation to be completed; Horizontal – all the tasks to be completed. The
information is organized in a way that is possible to make sure that all points were checked by
following the table routine.
Maintenance Instructions
This section brings all the indications to perform a good maintenance such as: cleanness procedures
and correct product to carry out services as stains removal, fabric cleaning, plastic cleaning and painting
protection;
Standard Labor Time Table
Informs the average time to complete all the maintenance tasks, base in minutes.
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7.9.2
GENERAL INFORMATION
Main Features
TYPE:
Seats passengers
MODEL:
URBAN 90
MATERIALS:
·
·
·
·
structure:
structural steel
Paint :
powder coat
Filling elements: Polyurethane Foam.
Fabrics:
Wow, synthetic or acrylic.
COMPONENTS
Hand rail
Plastic structure
Fixed Armrest
Seat Leg
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7.9.3
COMPONENT DESCRIPTION
The seat is composed by following elements: platform, leg, seat and armrest.
Platform
It is a metallic structure welded and black powder coated.
Seat Leg
Metallic piece fixed in the platform through bolts. Black powder coated.
Plastic Structure
Composed by blew plastic piece in addition to a anti-vandalism structure ergonomic designed.
The seat cushion and backrest are polyurethane foam made, recovered with high quality fabric.
The fabric is fixed on the seat cushion and backrest through brackets located on posterior side of the
seat.
Armrest
It is structured in Polyamide with metallic inserts with high resistance to side stresses. It is fixed to
the platform through bolts.
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7.9.4
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Description
Noise on seat
structure
Noise on
fixing points
Upholsteries
fabric
discoloration
Inspection
Cause
Solution
Seat fixing not strong
enough
Loosened armrest
Loosened screws
Tight Screws
Loosened screws
Tight Screws
Loosened side cover
Loosened seat leg
Loosened backrest
A noise is noticeable
when backrest is
stressed.
A very noticeable
vibration is detected
when backrest is
solicited by its back.
When press the fabric
with finger and displace
in the opposite sense of
flattening a color
difference is
noticeable.
The most protected
zones of fabric have
more true colors than
that one subjected to
passengers use.
The fabric color
changes depending on
vision angle
Loosened screws
Loosened screws
Loosened screws
Loosened fixing screws
Tight Screws
Tight Screws
Tight Screws
Tight Screws
Backrest structure is
deformed and needs to
be replaced.
Replace backrest
structure.
Dirty fabric
Clean fabric
Dirty fabric
Clean fabric
Flattening by incorrect
maintenance
Change maintenance
procedures
Attention
Check if the
fixing screw
touch the
side wall rail.
Refer to
specialized
process for
this
cleanness.
Refer to
specialized
process for
this
cleanness.
Check the
maintenance
procedures
chapter
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7.9.5
REPAIRING MODULES
The instructions for seat maintenance are separated as repairing modules. The first part includes the
complete seat, the subsequent parts comprehend the variations of each particular model and seats options.
The modules structure is organized in complementary way. So every advanced module depends on
the prior ones, i.e when the interior part disassembling is shown, user must consider the external part
disassembling instruction before.
Every module describes, in detail, the disassembling system of an element.
The assembling and disassembling procedures are opposites, so the manual does not describes both
unless a special care is demanded.
The pictures of these manual always represents an off side double seat set. The pictures
corresponding to side pieces details represents the off side window or off side aisle seat. The repairing of
any other case will be done in an analogue way.
Transport and storing of the seat must be done with the legs supporting the whole set, never with
the upside down being supported seat upholstery or plastic structure. It is indicated to pack the seat
accordingly to avoid eventual damages caused by small shocks or vibration.
When any repairing is carried out, it is convenient use only original spare parts as indicated in spare
parts catalogue. Any other aftermarket solution would cause mal function or premature failure of other
components. In addition to the risks of failure, once confirmed, Irizar reserves to the right of decline of all
warranty conditions, annulling the product warranty.
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Covered Seat Cushion
Disassembling:
1.
Remove the seat cushion as using the crowbar as defined in the item
4.4.
2.
Take the cushion plate out of fixing point "A" in the slots "B" of the
plastic structure.
Assembling:
1.
Insert 3 new clips (2) to the cushion plate (1). Insert the clips in to the
extreme of the slots, detail 3.
2.
Attach the backrest cushion plate (1) to the seat following the
procedure: the 3 inserts in slots of plastic structure (detail B), and the
clips (2) in the holes (C).
3.
Hit with a hammer to fix the cushion (1). Review to ensure a good fixing.
Attention: to replace the cushion, check module 4.14.
Covered Backrest
Disassembling:
1.
Remove the seat backrest as using the crowbar as defined in the item
4.4.
2.
Take the backrest plate out of fixing point "A" in the slots "B" of the
plastic structure.
Assembling:
1.
Insert 2 new clips (2) to the backrest plate (1). Insert the clips in to the
extreme of the slots, detail 3.
2.
Attach the backrest cushion plate (1) to the seat following the
procedure: the inserts “A” in slots of plastic structure (detail B), and the
clips (2) in the holes (C).
3.
Hit with a hammer to fix the cushion (1). Review to ensure a good fixing.
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Seat Plastic Structure
Disassembling:
1.
Loosen the seat cushion (see module 4.01).
2.
Loosen the backrest (see module 4.02).
3.
Loosen the handrail cover (see module 4.11).
4.
Loosen the 4 bolts 8x55 (1) 4 washers Ø 8 (3) and 4 pressure washer (2),
that fix the seat backwards to the platform.
5.
Repeat the operation above to remove the seat frontward from the
platform
6.
Take the seat off.
Assembling:
1.
Revert the above process.
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Using the Crowbar to take the seat and backrest cushion off.
1.
Insert the crowbar in the junction of backrest and seat cushion (A) and
the plastic structure, the crowbar detail must fit to the clip, see detail. A
special care is demanded to avoid damages on plastic structure.
2.
Force the crowbar in the sense of the arrow (C and B) to unclip the clip
and loosen the backrest or seat cushion clips.
3.
Repea the operation for both sides for seat and backrest cushions
4.
Take the cushions off.
Hand Rail Fixing Flange
Disassembling:
1.
Loosen the bolts (2).
Assembling:
1.
Revert the above process.
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Backrest Cover
Disassembling:
1.
Loosen the backrest cushion (see 4.02).
2.
Take staples off, detail 6.
3.
Unbound and take the staples off from the stretch net (5) in the
backrest cushion (3), see detail 5.
4.
Separate the cover (2) from the foam (3).
Assembling:
1.
Revert the above instructions.
Seat Cushion Cover
Disassembling:
1.
Loosen the seat cushion, see module 4.01.
2.
Take staples off (3), detail 6.
3.
Unbound and take the staples off from the stretch net (1) in the seat
cushion (5), see detail B.
4.
Separate the cover (2) from the foam (3).
Assembling:
1.
Revert the above instructions.
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Side Wall fixing System
Disassembling:
1.
Check the fixing system type and the bolts position.
2.
Loosen the 4 hexagonal bolts M8x25 (1), take the pressure washers off
Ø 8 (2) and the 4 nuts M8x25 (3). Take the bracket off.
3.
Repeat the prior steps to the second bracket.
Assembling:
1.
Place 4 hexagonal M8x25 in the suitable holes with 4 reinforcement
plate (4).
2.
Insert the brackets (5) in the platform using four pressure washers and
M8 Nuts. Slightly tight the nuts.
3.
Using a measure tape, check the seat position and if necessary adjust te
positioning using a rubber hammer.
4.
Apply the correct torque.
Platform Side Cover
Disassembling:
1.
Take the cover off (1) extracting the fast coupling washers (2).
Assembling:
1.
Place the new side cover and fix using new fast coupling washers.
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Seat Leg
Disassembling:
1.
Check the current arrangement of the screws that tie the leg and
unscrew them.
2.
Remove old leg.
Assembling:
1.
Fix the seat leg to the platform using the correspondent holes (2).
2.
Fix, not tightening, the leg to the platform with the washers (2) and
hexagonal Nuts M8 .
3.
Using the measure tape and rubber hammer, adjust the leg position in
the desired position.
4.
Tight the bolts using the wrench and applying the correct torque.
Seat Handrail gripping cover.
Disassembling:
1.
Remove the four bolts (1) and the retaining profile (2) that fixes the
cover (3).
2.
take the gripping cover off.
Assembling:
1.
Revert the above instructions.
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Aisle Armrest
Disassembling:
1.
Take the screw caps off (1).
2.
Loosen the hexagonal head bolts (2), with the correspondent washer
and nut.
Assembling:
1.
Introduce the bolts (2) in the arm holes adding the washers (3).
2.
Place the armrest in the seat placing the spring washer in the inner side
(4) fixing with 2 nuts.
3.
Tight the bolts.
Armrest gripping cover
Disassembling:
1.
Loose the bolts (2).
Assembling:
1.
Tight the bolts.
BOLTS TORQUE
The bolted unions must be tighten following the toques on the next table since there are no special
remarks to the referred mechanism.
This specifications is applied to hexagonal or cylindrical head bolts and steel nut with friction factor
from 0,12 to 0,14.
The torque is specified combing the metric labeling, wires pitching and quality of each bolt.
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Diameter
Quality
Torque (Nm)
Thread Pitch
5.6
8.8
M4
0,7
1,5 +/- 0,3
2,9 +/- 0,5
M5
0,8
3,0 +/- 0,5
6,0 +/- 0,9
M6
1
5,0 +/- 0,7
10 +/- 1,5
M8
1,25
12,5 +/- 2
25 +/- 3,8
M10
1,5
24,5 +/- 4
49 +/- 7,4
SAE 7/16”
20 wires/inch
35 +/- 5,3
The bolt quality is indicated on its head. In case of doubt when a bolt replacement is demanded,
always use a 8.8 bolt.
Bolts Fixing Joints on Seat
Seat against the platform.
Seat leg against platform.
Backrest Support against supports.
Diameter
M8
M8
M8
Quality
8.8
8.8
8.8
Attention
20 +/- 3 Nm
Previous table
Previous table
For unions bolt/ Plastic, Bolt/ Aluminum, Bolt/ plate, greased unions and any other not specified in
this manual, the seat manufacturer will indicate.
7.9.6
PUTTING INTO SERVICE
Before get started, the seat must be checked minding its functionalities and visual conditions.
The checks are visual for external components and manual working to elements belonging to
mechanisms. The complete check list is indicated on table called “Preventive Maintenance”.
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Maintenance Timeframe
Maintenance tasks
Upholstery
Vacuum Cleaning to absorb the fine dust
Wet cleaning (wow and natural fabrics
upholsteries) – See upholstery
maintenance and cleaning.
Dry Clean through appropriate product
(synthetic fabrics, polyester, etc). – See
upholstery maintenance and cleaning.
Check upholsteries conditions, searching
for scratches, holes or discoloration.
Search for stains and flattening of pelage.
Check the needle work do not present
loosened wires and fringes.
Verify that fabric do not present wrinkles
or bags.
Verify that the pelage sense is uniform.
Seat
Check if there are noise due vibration.
Verify that seats cushion and backrest are
fixed.
Re-tight the fixing bolts of seat against the
platform.
Foams
Verify that foams do not present
flattening and deforming.
Anchorage
Re-tight the backrest fixing points.
Frequency
Regular Maintenance
Ever Every
Ever Ever Ever
y
6
y
y2
y3
Wee mont
Year years years
k
hs
Checks
Week 6
check mont
s
hs
check
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Maintenance Instructions
Moquettes (Fabric) Maintenance and Conservation
Regular Cleanness
A weekly vacuum cleaning will enlarge the fabric statutory life.
When vacuum cleaning, do not create excessive friction fabric by the nozzle, always apply the nozzle
in go and back movements, in a regular and soft movements.
Deep Regular Cleanness
It is recommended every 6 months and depending on accumulated dust. The following process are
recommended:
·
Wow Fabric and blends: humid cleaning by “spray – extraction” process. Preferentially
accomplished by a specialist using the most indicated method for each case (wow fabrics
shampoo or similar products).
·
Synthetic Fabrics (acrylic, polyester, etc.) – Dry clean using the right product. Preferentially
accomplished by a specialist using the most indicated method for each case.
·
As alternative for natural and synthetic fabrics, it is indicated use “dry foam” cleaning
processes. Again accomplished by a specialist using the most indicated method for each
case.
·
When steam cleaning is used, a special care must be paid in order to avoid
stains, generated by water condensation from the steam machine. Again, a specialist must
be consulted.
Stains Treating
The most important is actuate as fast as possible, preferentially, before the stain get dried,
otherwise the removal of stain will very difficult or not effective.
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If the stain is liquid of greasy, it is necessary absorb using a clean fabric or a foam. In case of solid of
semi-solid stains, the excess must be removed with a spatula.
If the stain got dried, brush slightly to eliminate residual materials and immediately absorb with a
humid fabric or sponge.
In case the action must occur to stain interior in order to reduce its size.
Below, there is a list of most common stains types and its specifics treatments:
Oil. Cover the stain area with powder or paste talc. Leave for some hours and than brush. If stain got
dried, use a stain remover.
Tar or Pitch. Treat with benzol or stain remover thinner.
Pen Ink. Treat locally with Alcohol.
Shoes Bitumen. Dissolve with Ethanol, press with a clean fabric and clear with neutral soap.
Coffee / Cocoa. Treat with benzene of stain remover thinner.
Gum. Treat with acetone and wash afterwards removing the residues.
Grease. Treat with alcohol or similar. If persists, stain remover thinner.
Adhesives. Once dried, impossible to remove. If possible, treat immediately with acetone.
Lipstick. Treat locally with alcohol.
Perfume / Make up. Treat locally with hot glycerin, rinse with water and neutral detergent.
Paint. Clean immediately with a cotton fabric soaked in solvent. If oil based paint, use an oil with
turpentine; If synthetic based paint, treat with suitable solvent, apply the powder talc and brush after dried.
Gum. Treat with alcohol and remove the residues.
Chocolate. Treat using warm water and soap or neutral shampoo, rinsing afterwards.
Nail Polish. Use acetone, wash and rinse.
Fruits.Wash with blend of neutral detergent and water. If persists, dry foam.
Milk. With detergent or neutral shampoo for upholsteries.
Ice Cream. Wash with warm water and stains remover thinner.
Rust. Treat with specific remover anti-oxide or lemon juice alternatively.
Urine. Treat with neutral detergent for upholsteries. If persist, consult a specialist.
Resin. Remove the residues and treat with solvent (Turpentine oil) and wash.
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Blood. Wash with warm water and neutral detergent. If it is dried, wash many times.
Sweat. Brush with vinegar or alcohol diluted.
Tea. Same as coffee and cocoa.
Ink. Soaked with alcohol and wash with neutral detergent.
White Wine. Rinse with cold water and wash subsequently.
Red Wine. Wash immediately and than treat locally with lemon juice.
Vomit. Wash detergent or upholsteries shampoo and rinse.
Plastic Parts Cleaning
On plastic structure the first cleanness must be done with a sponge soaked in soaped water. Once
dried, spray an alkaline detergent with high pH, suitable for plastic surfaces, strongly rubbing with dried
fabric. In rough surfaces, it is necessary to brush to remove the adhered dirt.
Paint Protection
When cleaning the vehicle interior, use only water or neutral products dissolved in water. Avoid to
use abrasives, strong acids or strong bases as bleach or hydrochloric acid. Do not use organic solvents.
Standard Labor Time Table
#
MODULE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
4.01
4.02
4.03
4.04
4.05
4.06
4.07
4.08
4.09
4.10
4.11
4.12
*
OPERATION
Replace seat cushion
Replace backrest cushion
Replace seat plastic structure
Replace backrest cushion cover
Replace seat cushion cover
Replace side wall fixing bracket
Replace platform side cover
Replace seat leg
Replace seat handrail gripping cover
Replace aisle armrest
Replace armrest gripping cover
Replace seat handrail flange
TIME
(MINUTES)
4,10
3,90
11,00
12,40
12,60
8,00
3,25
8,00
5,10
4,30
3,30
3,70
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MAINTENANCE PLAN
Guidelines for Maintenance Plan Application
1 - The first line of the table indicates the time frame for the works to be carried out. The criterion is to assume whatever comes first, i.e. even if a vehicle is not
doing 5.000km per week, the work needs to be performed in a weekly basis.
2 – Blue lines organizes as family the main mechanisms of the vehicles such as Doors, Air conditioning system, etc. Some families demand to be organized in
Sub-groups, which are highlighted in yellow.
3 – The white cells that show numbers on its correspondent timeframe (column) and task to be carried out (line), indicate that task must be performed and
number value indicates, roughly, the labor time.
Maintenance Tasks
1 Climatization Family
1.1 Compressor Group
1.1.1 V belts tension
1.1.2 V belts Replacement
1.1.3
Compressor Oil Revision
1.1.4
Clutch pulley bearings replacement
1.1.5
Cranckshaft seal and drier filter
replacements. Expasion valves filters
cleaning.
1.1.6
V belts tensioning system. Airbag
checking.
Weekly or
5.000 km
Monthly or
15.000 Km
Every 3
months or
40.000 Km
Every 6
months or
75.000 km
Yearly or
150.000 Km
Every 2 years or Every 3 years or
300.000 Km
450.000Km
Part #
0,1
Depends on Chassis
type
0,5
0,1
AH3450040
1
4
0,1
593125 (Drier Filter)
599479 (Cranckshaft
seal)
Electrical installation revision at
compressor zone (diode, pressure
1.1.8 Compressor fixing base Silent Block
revision
1.1.9 Compressor, clutch pulley and pressure
switces revision. Hidraulic circuit revision,
gas filtering, leakages proves and gas
1.1.10 Run the diagnosis system to test all electric
/ electronics devices.
1.1.7
1.2
1.2.1
Condensers Group
Condensers motors and fans assy revision.
1.2.1
Extraction, revision and washing of
condensers coils
1.3
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
Evaporators Group
Evaporators Motors Revision
Evaporators water trays drains revision
Air return Filters cleaning and revision
Air return Filters Replacement
1.3.5
Air recycling flaps revision
1.3.6
Extraction, revision and washing of
evaporators coils
1.4
Heating System Group
0,5
0,1
0,75
0,1
0,2
6
0,2
0,2
0,3
0,3
593122
0,5
0,1
6
1.4.1
heating system components revision. Floor
and roof valves.
0,1
1.4.2
Main water pump revision
0,1
1.4.3
Main water pump reparing kit replacement
1.4.4
Pre heater working revision
0,1
1,4,5
0,2
1.5
1.5.1
1.5.2
Revision Wispers, convectors and fans of
Artic heating devices (Opcional)
Demister Group
Air filter revision
Air filter replacement
1.5.3
1.5.4
1.5.5
Fan Motors revision
Air recycling flaps motor revision
Air flow trap revision
0,4
0,1
0,1
1.5.6
Water tray drain revision
0,1
1.5.7
1.5.8
2.3
Demister water valve revision
Run the diagnosis system to test all electric
/ electronics devices.
Doors Family
Check door operation
Door adjustment
Sensibility system revision (pneumatics,
electrics)
Door emergency operation revision
2.4
Cleaning of electro valves and pilots
2
2.1
2.2
2.2
0,6
8009510 Booster
pump Reparing kit)
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,5
1,5
0,25
0,25
1
592793
2.5
2.6
2.7
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
5
5.1
5.2
Check the electro neumatic system - leaks,
connections
Door mechanims torques check
Grease the doors Mechanism
Manual Luggage Bin Doors
Clean and grease the wheels arch covers
lock
Clean and grease the hinged luggage bins
grase luggage bins door pneumatic locks
and pistons
Revision and greasing of front bonnet and
bumper opening system
Wipers System
wiped area and wiper blades revision
Ensure wiper arm positioning, which must
be parallel to the floor.
System and torque check for wiper arms
and rods
System and torque check for wiper motor
Cleaning and greasing of joints and mobile
elements
Body electrical instalation
external and internal lighting revision
Installation revision: electrical box,
batteries box, destination equipment,
lighting, CCTV.
0,5
0,4
0,1
0,3
0,5
0,2
0,2
0,1
0,1
0,1
0,7
0,1
0,2
0,2
0,3
0,3
0,5
0
0
6
6.1
Revision of electrical devices compartment
sealing system
Check the electrical instalation of the
destination displays system
Check the stop calling warning for
passenger and disable persons
Seats
Revision of arms fold down system
6.2
Check seat belts operation
6.3
Check that there are no noises and
vibrations
Check that the seat backs and the cushions
are well positiones and tied up.
Check-torques of the union between the
seat base and the cushion
Check seat upholtey situation
5.3
5.4
5.5
6.4
6.5
6.6
7
7.1
7.2
Check torques of seat clamping to the
floor.
Audio-Video
Cleaning of cd loader reading head (laser)
Revise electrical system
7.3
7.4
8
Check the driver´s microphone
Check the speakers
Rearview Mirror
6.7
0,2
0,5
0,3
0
0
0,5
0,5
0
0,1
0,2
0,2
1
1
0,5
0,5
0,1
0,2
0
8.1
8.2
9
9.1
9.2
9.3
10
10.1
10.2
11
11.1
Revision of Mechanism working and
electrical instalation (motor and demisting
system)
Revision of Mirrors and arms fixing sytem.
0,1
0,2
Painting
Revision of underneath rubbering
protection
Revision of external painting coat
Revise the coating of the structural
members
Disable people Access (Ramp)
Check and grease the moving components
Revision of electrical installation with
special attention to the open ramp signal
sensor.
Underneath
Check the lower exterior part, including
the structural members and the floor
plywood
TOTAL LABOR (h)
MATERIALS
Compressor belts
Drier Filter
Air recicling filters
0,5
1
1
0,5
0,1
0,5
4
5,7
13
17,4
4
42
67,15
3
4,1
1
5,6
X
X
X
ATTENTION:
1 - All tasks to be performed by trained staff
2 - This plan is subjected to modifications accondingly to the buses operation / Application
3 - Labor costs or Spareparts replacements on maintenance plan are not included in the warranty policy
4 - Labor time defined is based on Irizar staff experience and may vary accondingly to customer or agent staff experience.
Elaborated and revised by: Hector Holabe / Daniel Scarpino de Castro
Approved by: Hector Olabe
Application: Irizar Iria City BUS, built on Scania and Volvo Chassis, Rear Engine designed.
Distribution: Customers and Service Agents
Issued on: September of 2010, Revision 0
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