LIY-200 Rev12

LIY-200 Rev12
MANUAL: MONSOON
& MONSOON RC MONITOR
See LIY-500 Remote Control (RC) Monitor Electrical Controls
Supplemental Instructions For Use With Monsoon RC Models
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION, SAFE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
DANGER
Understand manual before use. Operation of this device without understanding the manual and
receiving proper training is a misuse of this equipment. Obtain safety information at www.tft.
com/serial-number
3.5” Discharge
3.5” Discharge
3.5” Discharge
Tiller
2.5” Discharge
Dual Handwheel
2.5” Discharge
Remote Control
2.5” Discharge
®
®
See Section 3.1 for Flow/Pressure Operating Envelope
TASK FORCE TIPS, INC.
MADE IN USA • www.tft.com
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800-348-2686 • 219-462-6161 • Fax 219-464-7155
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DANGER
PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY CODE
The member companies of FEMSA that provide emergency response
equipment and services want responders to know and understand the
following:
1. Firefighting and Emergency Response are inherently dangerous activities
requiring proper training in their hazards and the use of extreme caution
at all times.
2. It is your responsibility to read and understand any user’s instructions,
including purpose and limitations, provided with any piece of equipment
you may be called upon to use.
3. It is your responsibility to know that you have been properly trained in
Firefighting and /or Emergency Response and in the use, precautions, and
care of any equipment you may be called upon to use.
4. It is your responsibility to be in proper physical condition and to maintain
the personal skill level required to operate any equipment you may be
called upon to use.
5. It is your responsibility to know that your equipment is in operable
condition and has been maintained in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
6. Failure to follow these guidelines may result in death, burns or other
severe injury.
FEMSA
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Fire and Emergency Manufacturers and Service Association
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Table Of Contents
1.0 Meaning of Safety Signal Words ............................................. 4
2.0 Safety
.............................................................................. 4
3.0 General Information ........................................................... 5-11
3.1 Mechanical Specifications
3.2 Part Identification and Models
3.3 Inlets and Outlets
3.3.1 Inlet Options and Additional Height
3.3.1.1 Flanges
3.3.1.2 NPT Female
3.3.1.3 BSP Male
3.3.1.4 Mating Products
3.3.2 Outlet Options
3.4 Overall Dimensions
4.0 Installation .......................................................................12-17
4.1 Structural Requirements for Monitor Mounting
4.2 Inlet Mounting and Travel Ranges
4.2.1 Two Piece Clamp Rotational Lock Installation Instructions
4.2.2 Extend-a-Gun RC Installation
4.2.3 Horizontal Rotation Travel Stops
4.2.4 Elevation Travel Stops
4.3 Nozzle Installation
4.4 Pressure Gage Port
4.5 Handle Installation Instructions
4.6 Drain
5.0 Operation .......................................................................17-18
5.1 Horizontal Rotation Control
5.2 Elevation Control
5.3 Tiller Bar Model
5.4 Recommended Park Position
5.5 Override Knobs
6.0 Flows and Pressures........................................................18-21
6.1 Stacked Tips Flow and Reach
6.1.1 YST-4NM Flow and Reach
6.1.2 MST-4NJ Flow and Reach
6.2 Automatic Masterstream Nozzles
6.3 Monsoon Monitor Friction Loss
6.4 Stream Straighteners
6.4.1 Stream Straighteners with Stacked Tips
6.4.2 Stream Straighteners with Fog Nozzles
7.0 Maintenance and Inspection ................................................. 22
7.1 Lubrication
8.0 Troubleshooting .................................................................... 22
9.0 Monsoon Drawings Parts List ..........................................23-27
9.1 Monitor Control Box
9.2 Manual Monsoon Drawing & Parts List
9.3 Monsoon RC Drawing & Parts List
10.0 Warranty ............................................................. Back Cover
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1.0 MEANING OF SAFETY SIGNAL WORDS
A safety related message is identified by a safety alert symbol and a signal word to indicate the level of risk involved with a particular
hazard. Per ANSI standard Z535.6-2006, the definitions of the four signal words are as follows:
DANGER
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious
injury.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor
or moderate injury.
NOTICE
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to personal injury.
2.0 SAFETY
The operation of this monitor can be dangerous. The following must be observed at all times.
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
CAUTION
Injury or death may occur by attempting to use a damaged monitor. Before using the monitor
inspect it for damage resulting from:
• Failure to drain monitor followed by exposure to freezing conditions
• Exposure of monitor to temperatures in excess of 160 degrees F
• Structural damage caused by over-pressurization
• Missing parts, physical abuse, exposure to severe chemicals
• Deformed or cracked flanges damaged as a result of improper installation
- Excessive bolt torque
- Wrong tightening sequence
Injury can result from an inadequately supported monitor. The monitor mount must be capable of
supporting 1200 lbs (550 kg) of nozzle reaction force.
The stream exiting a monitor is very powerful and capable of causing injury and property damage.
Make sure the monitor is securely attached to the base and pointing in a safe direction before
water to the monitor is turned on. Use care in directing the stream.
The monitor may be damaged if frozen while containing sufficient amounts of water. Such damage
may be difficult to detect visually and can lead to possible injury or death. Any time the monitor is
subject to possible damage from freezing, it must be hydrostatically tested by qualified personnel
before being considered safe for use.
The electric Monsoon RC may be remotely operated. The electric drives are current limited but
may still produce enough force to cause injury. Keep hands and fingers away from pinch points
on the monitor.
CAUTION
Do not use the manual override knobs while the electric controls are in operation. The electric
drives produce enough torque to cause injury.
CAUTION
Maximum flow and pressure is shown in Figure 3.1.1 Operating Envelope. Damage or injury may
result if the monitor is operated beyond these limits.
CAUTION
On many vehicle installations, the monitor is the highest point on the apparatus. Be sure there
is sufficient clearance to safely pass under any doors or overhead obstructions. Always check
parked position of the monitor before moving.
CAUTION
Use with salt water is permissible provided the monitor is thoroughly cleaned with fresh water
after each use. The service life of the monitor may be shortened due to the effects of corrosion
and is not covered under warranty.
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3.0 GENERAL INFORMATION
The Monsoon Monitor is a manually operated monitor designed for master stream flows. Maximum operating pressure is 200 psi
(14 bar). Unique patented segmented waterway allows water to make very few turns as it travels through the monitor resulting in
low friction loss and a far reaching effective stream. Elevation range is 90 degrees above horizontal to 45 degrees below. Field
changeable elevation travel stops at 45 degrees above, 30 degrees above, and 30 degrees below horizontal. The manual model has
360 degree continuous horizontal rotation with field changeable stops at 45, 90, and 135 degrees either side of a center position.
Available with various inlet flanges and threaded fittings. Inlet also made for direct connection to TFT’s electric Extend-A-Gun RC3 or
RC4. Main waterway made from hardcoat anodized ANSI 356.0-T6 aluminum. Silver powder coat finish inside and out.
The Monsoon RC is an electric remote controlled monitor that has all the benefits of the Monsoon monitor with the addition of
powered operation. Designed for auto sensing 12 VDC or 24 VDC operation. The Monsoon RC comes with a factory installed control
panel mounted on the monitor for controlling horizontal rotation, elevation, and nozzle pattern. The motor control circuits are factory
installed on the monitor and use position encoders and current limiting to protect the drive train at the ends of travel. Unit comes with
ultra-flexing robotics cable already wired to the monitor so installation effort is minimized. Power wire has only four conductors (two
for power and two for communications) further easing installation effort. Power wire is enclosed in a unique wire guide that allows
450 degrees of horizontal travel (225 degrees either side of a center position) which is far more reliable than slip rings or coil cords.
Knobs for manual override are provided on the horizontal rotation and elevation drive. TFT’s nozzles plug into the factory installed
nozzle power wire. Electric drives and control box are waterproof.
3.1 MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Manual
Electric
US
METRIC
US
METRIC
Weight
25 lbs
11.4 kg
37 lbs
16.8 kg
Min. Flow Area 4” Inlet
8.3 in2
24.5 cm2
8.3 in2
24.5 cm2
Min. Flow Area 3” Inlet
7.07 in2
45.6 cm2
7.07 in2
45.6 cm2
Max Flow
See Figures 3.1.1 and 3.1.2
Max Operating Pressure
200 psi
14 bar
200 psi
14 bar
Materials Used
ANSI A356.0-T6 Aluminum, Stainless, Nylon
Maximum Torque Elevation
80 ft•lbs
110 n•m
Maximum Torque Horizontal
60 ft•lbs
80 n•m
Speed Elevation
6 deg/sec
Speed Horizontal
12 deg/sec
*See LIY-500 Remote Control (RC) Monitor Supplemental Instructions for
electrical specifications.
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3.5” Monsoon Operating Envelope
Flow (lpm)
2000
4000
8000
10000
16
Maximum Nozzle
Inlet Pressure
225
Monitor Inlet Pressure (psi)
6000
Maximum Monitor
Inlet Pressure
200
Nozzle A Inlet
Pressure
175
12
Nozzle B Inlet
Pressure
150
Mo
nit
or
125
100
75
8
Lo
ss
Nozzle C
Inlet Pressure
Monitor Inlet Pressure (bar)
250
0
4
50
25
Nozzle D Inlet
Pressure
0
0
0
400
800
1200
1600
2000
2400
2800
Flow (gpm)
Nozzle A flows 500 gpm (1900 l/min) at 100 psi (7 bar), K factor = 50
Nozzle B flows 1000 gpm (3800 l/min) at 100 psi (7 bar), K factor = 100
Nozzle C flows 1500 gpm (5700 l/min) at 100 psi (7 bar), K factor = 150
Nozzle D flows 2000 gpm (7600 l/min) at 100 psi (7 bar), K factor = 200
2.5” Monsoon Operating Envelope
Flow (lpm)
2000
4000
6000
10000
16
225
Monitor Inlet Pressure (psi)
8000
Maximum Nozzle
Inlet Pressure
200
Nozzle A Inlet
Pressure
175
12
Nozzle B Inlet
Pressure
150
125
8
100
75
Monitor Inlet Pressure (bar)
250
0
4
50
25
Nozzle C
Inlet Pressure
0
0
0
400
800
1200
1600
2000
2400
2800
Flow (gpm)
Nozzle A flows 500 gpm (1900 l/min) at 100 psi (7 bar), K factor = 50
Nozzle B flows 1000 gpm (3800 l/min) at 100 psi (7 bar), K factor = 100
Nozzle C flows 1250 gpm (4800 l/min) at 100 psi (7 bar), K factor = 150
Fig. 3.1.2
Monsoon Operating Envelope
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3.2 PART IDENTIFICATION AND MODELS
The Monsoon Monitor comes in manual and electric remote controlled models. Manual models are available with either handwheel
control on both axis or a tiller bar model that uses a tiller bar to control horizontal rotation. Electric remote control models are available
in a standard model (suitable for on top of pumpers), a Ladder model and a Platform model. The Ladder or Platform model has a
smaller swing radius and has horizontal travel stops factory installed at 90° left and right (180° total). The various models of Monsoon
monitors are shown in figures 3.2A, 3.2B, 3.2C and 3.2D. The monitor mounted control station on the standard remote controlled
model is shown in figure 3.2E.
ELEVATION
HANDWHEEL
ELEVATION
HANDWHEEL
MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER
ON LABEL
TILLER HANDLE
PORT FOR
PRESSURE GAGE
OUTLET
ELEVATION TRAVEL
STOPS (3) PLACES
SEE SECTION 4.5
TURNING
VANE
HORIZONTAL ROTATION
TRAVEL STOPS
(6) PLACES
SEE SECTION 4.4
HORIZONTAL
ROTATION
HANDCRANK
LOCKING KNOB
INLET
STRAIGHT AHEAD
REFERENCE MARK
SEE SECTION 4.2
Figure 3.2A
Manual Handwheel Monsoon Monitor
Figure 3.2B
Manual Tiller Bar Monsoon Monitor
MANUAL OVERRIDE WRENCHING HEX
SEE SECTION 5.5
MANUAL OVERRIDE KNOB
FOR ELEVATION
ELECTRIC NOZZLE CONNECTION
SEE SECTION 4.3
POWER AND
COMMUNICATION CORD
30 FEET
(9 METERS)
MANUAL OVERRIDE KNOB
FOR HORIZONTAL ROTATION
ELEVATION GEAR MOTOR
WIRE SKIRT
HORIZONTAL ROTATION GEAR MOTOR
Figure 3.2C
Electric Monsoon RC Monitor
MONITOR MOUNTED
CONTROL STATION
Figure 3.2D
Electric Monsoon RC for Ladders or Platforms
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Figure 3.2E
Electric Monsoon RC Standard Model
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3.3 INLETS AND OUTLETS
3.3.1 INLETS OPTIONS AND ADDITIONAL HEIGHT
Various other inlet and outlet options are available as shown in figure 3.3.
3.3.1.1 FLANGES
INLET
PART
OPTION # NUMBER
MONITOR MONITOR ADDITIONAL QUICK
PART
INLET
INLET BASE
HEIGHT* CONNECT NUMBER
ADAPTER
in
mm OPTION
# **
1
Y4410A
3" ANSI 150 TFT CODEFLANGE
RLF
0.75
20
2
Y4415A
4" ANSI 150 TFT CODEFLANGE
RPF
0.94
23
3
Y4417A
6" ANSI 150 TFT CODEFLANGE
RPF
1.00
25
4
Y4423A
DN80, PN16 TFT CODEFLANGE
RLF
0.87
22
5
Y4425A
0.87
22
DN100,
PN16
FLANGE
TFT CODERPF
R
Y4482
Manual &
Electric
Tiller
ADDITIONAL
HEIGHT*
ADDITIONAL
HEIGHT*
in
mm
in
mm
3.83
96
6.58
166
3.3.1.2 NPT FEMALE
INLET
PART
OPTION # NUMBER
MONITOR MONITOR ADDITIONAL QUICK
PART
INLET
INLET BASE
HEIGHT* CONNECT NUMBER
ADAPTER
in
mm OPTION
# **
6
Y4440NL
3" NPT
FEMALE
TFT CODERLF
2.00
51
7
Y4450NP
4" NPT
FEMALE
TFT CODERPF
1.75
45
S
Y4483
Manual &
Electric
Tiller
ADDITIONAL
HEIGHT*
ADDITIONAL
HEIGHT*
in
mm
in
mm
3.63
92
6.38
162
3.3.1.3 BSP MALE
INLET
PART
OPTION # NUMBER
MONITOR MONITOR ADDITIONAL QUICK
PART
INLET
INLET BASE
HEIGHT* CONNECT NUMBER
ADAPTER
in
mm OPTION
# **
8
Y4420A
3" BSP
MALE
THREAD
TFT CODERLF
2.30
58
9
Y4430A
4" BSP
MALE
THREAD
TFT CODERPF
2.30
58
Manual &
Electric
Tiller
ADDITIONAL
HEIGHT*
ADDITIONAL
HEIGHT*
in
mm
in
mm
* SEE SECTION 3.4 OVERALL DIMENSIONS FOR NOMINAL MONITOR DIMENSIONS
** FOR QUICK CONNECT OPTIONS REFERENCE LIY-250
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3.3.1.4 MATING PRODUCTS
INLET
PART
OPTION # NUMBER
see
LIX-512
FOR
TFT CODEEXTEND-ARLF
GUN 3"
see
LIX-530
FOR
TFT CODEEXTEND-ARLF
GUN RC3
see
LIX-530
FOR
TFT CODEEXTEND-ARPF
GUN RC4
L
P
MONITOR MONITOR ADDITIONAL QUICK
PART
INLET
INLET BASE
HEIGHT* CONNECT NUMBER
ADAPTER
in
mm OPTION
# **
INLET
PART
OPTION # NUMBER
FOR AK
SERIES
VUM
TFT CODERPF
see
LIZ-055
FOR ZB
SERIES
HUM
TFT CODERPF
P
ADDITIONAL
HEIGHT*
ADDITIONAL
HEIGHT*
in
mm
in
mm
0
T
Y4487
3.83
96
6.58
166
0.00
0
U
Y4486
3.63
92
6.38
162
0.00
Manual &
Electric
Tiller
ADDITIONAL
HEIGHT*
ADDITIONAL
HEIGHT*
in
mm
in
mm
0.63
16
3.38
86
0
Q
see
LIZ-050
MANUAL OR
ELEC FOR TFT CODEZA SERIES
RRM
4" IVUM
-0.59
-15
see
LIZ-050
TILLER FOR
TFT CODEZA SERIES
RRM
4" IVUM
0.71
18
X
Tiller
0.00
PART
MONITOR MONITOR ADDITIONAL QUICK
INLET
INLET BASE
HEIGHT* CONNECT NUMBER
ADAPTER
in
mm OPTION
# **
see
LIA-285
Manual &
Electric
N/A
* SEE SECTION 3.4 OVERALL DIMENSIONS FOR NOMINAL MONITOR DIMENSIONS
** FOR QUICK CONNECT OPTIONS REFERENCE LIY-250
3.3.2 OUTLET OPTIONS
OUTLET OPTIONS
OPTION #
THREAD
UPPER SEGMENT
ADAPTER
1
3.5" NH MALE
N/A
2
3.5" BSP MALE
Y4330ABN
3
3.5" NPSH MALE
4
4.0" BSP MALE
Y4334ABP
5
2.5" NH MALE
N/A
6
2.5" BSP MALE
7
2.5" NPSH MALE
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Y4310A
Y4311
Y4330AIN
X332BJ
X332IJ
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19.22"
[488mm]
12.25"
[311mm]
12.50"
[318mm]
SHOWN WITH TILLER BAR
AND WITHOUT INLET FITTING
SEE SEC 3.3.1 FOR ADDITIONAL HEIGHT
12.25
(311 mm)
45° 10.62
(270 mm)
Figure 3.4B
45°
90°
Figure 3.4A
90°
22
(560 mm)
SWING
360°
CONTINUOUS
Manual Tiller Bar Monsoon Dimensions
SHOWN WITHOUT INLET FITTING.
SEE SEC 3.3.1 FOR ADDITIONAL HEIGHT
6.97"
[177mm]
9.07"
[230mm]
SWING
360°
CONTINUOUS
7.62
(194 mm)
Manual Monsoon Dimensions
19.60"
[498mm]
6.28"
[160mm]
13.90"
[353mm]
7.61"
[193mm]
12.50"
[320mm]
3.4 OVERALL DIMENSIONS
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17.30
(440 mm)
12.25
(311 mm)
12.25
(311 MM)
13.50
(343 MM)
22.5° REF
FLANGE BOLT HOLE ORIENTATION
90° RIGHT
90° LEFT
Figure 3.4D
12.50
(318 mm)
45°
45° FOR PLATFORM
90° FOR LADDER
Electric Monsoon RC For Ladder & Platform Dimensions
45°
19.00
(483 MM)
MONITOR MOUNTED
OPERATOR STATION
90° RIGHT
STRAIGHT
AHEAD
POSITION
90° LEFT
Figure 3.4C
90°
225°
RIGHT
225°
LEFT
6.10
(155 MM)
SWING RADIUS
Electric Monsoon RC Dimensions
SHOWN WITHOUT INLET FITTING
SEE SEC 3.3.1 FOR ADDITIONAL HEIGHT
5.25
(133 mm)
16.70
(425 mm)
4.50
(114 mm)
12.20
(310 mm)
7.75
(197 mm)
9.25
(235 mm)
SWING
3.4 OVERALL DIMENSIONS
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4.0 INSTALLATION
See Remote Control (RC) Monitor Electrical Controls Supplemental Instructions LIY-500.
4.1 STRUCTURAL REQUIREMENTS FOR MONITOR MOUNTING
The structure that the Monsoon Monitor is mounted to must withstand the internal
pressure of the monitor as well as shear and bending forces due to nozzle reaction.
Nozzle reaction can be as high as 1,500 lbs (700 kg) (2000 gpm at 200 psi).
For flanged connections the use of flat flanges without raised faces is recommended.
Use a ring gasket as defined in ASME 16.21 or ISO 7483. Tighten flange bolts in
an alternating sequence as shown in figure 4A. Tighten to 76-80 ft-lb (100-110
Newton-Meters).
1
1
5
3
4
8
3
4
6
7
2
2
Tighten sequentially each bolt three times.
Fig 4.1 Flange Bolt Tightening Sequence
FLANGE TYPE
OPT#
OUTSIDE
DIAMETER
THICKNESS
BOLT HOLE
CIRCLE
in
mm
in
mm
in
mm
# OF SIZE OF BOLTS
BOLTS
TORQUE ON BOLTS
in
mm
ft-lbs
N-m
3" ANSI 125/150 - DN80 PN20
1
7.5
190
0.75
20
6.0
152.5
4
5/8
16
76-80
100-110
4" ANSI 150 - DN100 PN20
2/R
9.0
230
0.94
23
7.5
190
8
5/8
16
76-80
100-110
6" ANSI 150 FLANGE
3
10.9
277
1.0
25.4
9.5
241.3
8
5/8
16
76-80
100-110
DN80, PN16 FLANGE
4
7.9
200
0.87
22
6.3
160
8
5/8
16
76-80
100-110
DN100, PN16 FLANGE
5
8.7
220
0.87
22
7.1
180
8
5/8
16
76-80
100-111
WARNING
Injury can result from an inadequately supported monitor. The monitor mount must be capable
of supporting the nozzle reaction force which can be as high as 1500 lbs (700 kg). Flanges
and pipe made from plastic are inadequate for monitor mounting and must not be used. This
monitor is not recommended for portable use.
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4.2 INLET MOUNTING AND TRAVEL RANGES
4.2.1 TWO PIECE CLAMP ROTATIONAL LOCK INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1) Assemble Clamps and place loosely on Inlet Adapter or Extend-A-Gun.
A) Apply VSA-125 blue Loctite to threads on Cylinder Nut.
B) Loosely install Screws, Washers and Cylinder Nuts on Clamp.
C) Grooves on heads of Cylinder Nuts indicate alignment of threaded holes.
D) Place Clamp assembly over male threads of outlet.
E) Heads of Cylinder Nuts must be on top side of Clamps.
2) Screw monitor onto Inlet Adapter or Extend-A-Gun RC until threaded joint bottoms out.
A) CAUTION: Make sure the Clamps are not tight enough to prevent the monitor Base from bottoming out. The monitor will leak
if it does not bottom out in this step.
B) DO NOT USE PIPE SEALANT OR LOCTITE ON THE INLET BASE THREADS. These threads are sealed with an O-ring. The
use of thread locking compounds will make removal difficult.
3) Unscrew monitor until the “Straight Ahead Reference Mark” is facing the desired direction.
A) Monitor may be unscrewed up to one full turn from the bottomed out position.
B) CAUTION: Monitor will leak if unthreaded more than one full rotation from bottomed-out condition.
4) Rotate the Clamps to the desired orientation.
A) Ensure that Clamp assembly does not interfere with RC monitor Power/Com Cable.
4) Tighten each Screw gradually until both are finger tight with approximately equal spacing between opposite ends of Clamps.
5) Carefully tighten each Screw one additional turn using a 5/32 hex wrench by alternating to the opposite Screw in half turn
increments.
A) CAUTION: Over tightening the Screws will damage Screws and Clamps.
STRAIGHT AHEAD
REFERENCE MARK
WASHER
VW360X200-04
(2) PLACES
CHAMFER MATES
WITH TOP
OF CLAMP
10-32 X 1 1/4 LONG
SOCKET HEAD SCREW
VT10-32SH1.2
(2) PLACES
MONITOR BASE CLAMP
(2) PLACES
CYLINDER NUT
Y4437 (2) PLACES
CHAMFER MATES
WITH BOTTOM
OF CLAMP
WIRE SKIRT
NOT SHOWN
FOR ILLUSTRATION
PURPOSES
INLET FITTING
MOUNTED
TO EXTEND-A-GUN
OTHERS ARE SIMILAR
1 TURN PAST
FINGER TIGHT
EQUAL
SPACING
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4.2.2 EXTEND-A-GUN RC INSTALLATION
NOTE:
CORRECT
WIRE WRAP
NOTE:
WIRE NOT
WRAPPED
MANUAL OVERRIDE
KNOB ON
EXTEND-A-GUN
WIRE WRAPPED
CORRECT
WIRE WRAPPED
INCORRECT
Fig 4.2.1C Possible Extend-A-Gun RC Mounting Orientations
The Extend-A-Gun manual override knob may be mounted in any of four possible orientations (90 degrees apart) relative to the
Straight Ahead Reference Mark on the monitor.
NOTE: Monsoon monitor, for use with Extend-A-Gun RC, comes with the wire installed in a nylon tube. The nylon tubing gives the
wire additional stiffness so it better follows as the Extend-A-Gun RC extends or retracts. A fitting is also supplied and is to be used
where the nylon tubing and wire pass though the deck.
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4.2.3 HORIZONTAL ROTATION TRAVEL STOPS
The range of horizontal rotation travel for the manual Monsoon monitor is continuous 360 degrees. The motorized version is limited
to 450 degrees total horizontal rotation travel or 225 degrees from either side of a straight ahead position. Horizontal rotation travel
stop bolts may be installed in the monitor to limit travel as shown in figures 4.2.2A and 4.2.2B. Note that left and right are relative
to the “Straight Ahead Reference Mark” (the Straight Ahead Reference Mark is shown in figures 4.2.2A and 4.2.2B) and refer to the
nozzle’s discharge direction as seen from an operator’s position behind the nozzle. Figures 4.2.2A and 4.2.2B show the range of
travel for the various stop bolt locations and give installation notes.
LOCATION OF
STRAIGHT AHEAD
REFERENCE MARK
Electric model with no stop bolts installed
has 225° left and right horizontal rotation
travel limits.
Manual model with no stop bolts installed
has continuous 360° horizontal rotation
travel.
Fig 4.2.2A
Horizontal Rotation Travel Limits
45° LEFT
90° LEFT
45° RIGHT
135° LEFT & RIGHT
90° RIGHT
STOP BOLT
Y4145
STRAIGHT AHEAD
REFERENCE MARK
SET SCREW
#VT37-24SS375
ADJUSTMENT DISK, Y3146
INSTALL ON THIS SIDE OF STOP BOLT TO
REDUCE TRAVEL TO RIGHT BY APRROX 8°
FOR EACH DISK INSTALLED. INSTALL DISKS ON
OTHER SIDE TO REDUCE TRAVEL TO LEFT.
(NOT INCLUDED) CONTACT TFT FOR ADJUSTMENT DISCS.
PRY OUT PLASTIC PLUG AND
INSTALL STOP BOLT TO OBTAIN
DESIRED TRAVEL LIMITS.
Fig 4.2.2B
Horizontal Rotation Travel Stop Locations
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4.2.4 ELEVATION TRAVEL STOPS
The range of elevation travel for the Monsoon Monitor is 90 degrees above zero to 45 degrees below zero. The elevation range may
be limited by installing the supplied stop bolts at the locations shown is figures 4.2.3A and 4.2.3B. Consult factory for other ranges.
The figures include installation notes.
Fig 4.2.3A
Elevation Travel Limits
(B) 30° ABOVE
HORIZTONAL
(A) 30° ABOVE
HORIZTONAL
(C) 30° BELOW
HORIZTONAL
Pry out plastic plug and install Stop Bolt
to obtain desired travel limits.
Elevation travel with no Stop Bolts is
90° above and 45° below zero.
PLASTIC PLUG
#VM4124
STOP BOLT
#Y4145
Fig 4.2.3B
Elevation Travel Stop Locations
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4.3 NOZZLE INSTALLATION
The nozzle is simply screwed onto the monitor’s exit threads. If the nozzle is installed on a Monsoon RC (with electric motors) assure
that the nozzle’s coupling does not make contact with the horizontal drive motor housing when the monitor is in it’s lowest elevation
position.
For nozzles with electric pattern control, a cable with a female, waterproof connector is provided at the outlet of the Monsoon RC
which attaches directly to TFT’s electric Masterstream 1250, 1500 or 2000 nozzle. The cable used is a dual-key, micro type plug
assembly. Any other nozzle should have the corresponding male electrical connector installed. Do not cut off the female connector
on the monitor. This connector is molded onto the cable and must remain in place to maintain the water tightness of the electrical
system.
CAUTION
CAUTION
The nozzle threads must match the threads of the Monsoon monitor in both size and type.
Mismatched or damaged threads may cause the nozzle to leak or uncouple under pressure and
could cause injury.
Do not connect aluminum to brass or brass to aluminum. Dissimilar metals coupled together
can cause galvanic corrosion that will freeze the threaded joint or cause complete loss of thread
engagement. If dissimilar metals must be coupled together, the effects of corrosion can be
greatly delayed by various coatings on the metal such as powder paint, hard anodizing, or
silicone grease.
4.4 PRESSURE GAGE PORT
There is a ¼” NPT female threaded hole on the back of the monitor. The hole is plugged from the factory. If a pressure gage is desired,
unscrew the plug and install the gage using pipe sealant. Make sure the gage does not interfere with the elevation handwheel.
4.5 HANDLE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The tiller handle is shipped loose from the monitor and must be installed to complete the installation process. When installing the tiller
handle, be sure to coat the threads of the mounting screw with the Loctite supplied in the hardware packet.
4.6 DRAIN
There is no drain on the Monsoon Monitor itself. A drain valve should be installed on the monitor’s inlet piping.
5.0 OPERATION
5.1 HORIZONTAL ROTATION CONTROL
A handwheel controls the monitor’s horizontal rotation direction. Clockwise rotation of the handwheel moves the nozzle to the left and
counter-clockwise rotation to the right. Approximately 14 turns of the handwheel will give a 90 degree change in horizontal rotation
direction.
5.2 ELEVATION CONTROL
A handwheel controls the monitor’s elevation direction. Clockwise rotation of the handwheel raises the elevation and counterclockwise lowers it. About 50 turns of the handwheel will give the complete 135 degree elevation travel range of the monitor.
5.3 TILLER BAR MODEL
On the Tiller Bar model the horizontal
rotation is changed by pushing or pulling
horizontally on the Tiller Handle. Twisting
the Rotation Locking Knob clockwise will
increase the drag on the lower swivel
joint to “lock” the monitor in a particular
direction. See figure 5.3 for the Tiller Bar
model controls.
ELEVATION
HANDWHEEL
APPLY FORCE
HERE TO CHANGE
HORIZONTAL ROTATION
ROTATION
LOCK
Figure 5.3
Tiller Bar Model Controls
CAUTION
Injury can result from the monitor changing direction due to an off center nozzle reaction. An off
center nozzle reaction may be caused by debris in the nozzle causing an asymmetrical stream.
Always keep the rotation lock tight when not rotating the monitor. Always keep one hand on
the tiller handle when loosening the locking knob. Where continuous 360 degree rotation of the
monitor is not needed it is recommended that the Horizontal Rotation Stop Bolts (see section
4.2.2 for Stop Bolt locations) be installed to reduce any chance of the monitor spinning due to
an off center nozzle reaction caused by debris trapped in the nozzle.
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5.4 RECOMMENDED PARK POSITION
Cut here to
shorten shaft
11/16" (18 MM) Hex
SC
AUX1
STO
W
AUX2
For truck mounted applications it is recommended that the monitor
be parked in a position such that the monitor’s nozzle rests against
a bracket or support surface. If a support surface is not available,
run the elevation against one of its travel stops to take some of
the backlash out of the gear drive. This will minimize bouncing of
the nozzle when the apparatus is traveling. Always be sure the
monitor is properly parked before moving the truck and know the
overall height to avoid damage from overhead obstructions such
as doors or bridges.
5.5 OVERRIDE KNOBS
In the event of electrical system failure on the monitor or fire truck
the Monsoon Monitor is factory supplied with knobs so the monitor
may be manually operated. To make the Monsoon RC more
compact the manual override knobs may be removed. The drive
shafts have a hex so an 11/16” wrench or socket may be used for
manual override. Each drive shaft also has a secondary hex at
mid shaft so the shaft may be shortened by cutting and still have a
wrenching hex. The wrenching hexes are shown in figure 5.5.
Cut here to
shorten shaft
Fig 5.5
Wrenching Hexes on Drive Shaft
6.0 FLOWS AND PRESSURES
6.1 STACKED TIPS FLOW AND REACH
6.1.1 YST-4NM FLOW AND REACH
Integral Stream
Straightener
2-1/2"
2-1/4"
2"
Protective Cap
Remove cap and install
smaller tips if desired.
Such as Model #MST-4NJ
(1-3/8", 1-1/2", 1-3/4", 2")
3.5-6 NH
3.5"
Coupling
2-3/4"
Fig 6.1A
Stacked Tip Model YST-4NN
Nozzle Pressure (PSI)
Nozzle
Diameter
(inches)
2
2.25
2.5
2.75
Flow
GPM
840
1060
1310
1590
50
Reaction
lbf
310
400
490
590
Flow
GPM
920
1170
1440
1740
60
Reaction
lbf
380
480
590
710
Flow
GPM
1060
1350
1660
2010
80
Reaction
lbf
500
640
790
950
100
Flow Reaction
GPM
lbf
1190
630
1500
790
1860
980
---------
14.5 psi = 1 bar
1 gpm = 3.785 l/min
Nozzle Pressure (BAR)
Nozzle
Diameter
(MM)
50
57
64
70
Flow
l/min
3180
4010
4960
6020
3.5
4.1
Reaction Flow Reaction
kg
l/min
kg
140
3480
170
180
4430
220
220
5450
270
270
6590
320
Flow
l/min
4010
5110
6280
7610
5.5
Reaction
kg
230
290
360
430
7
Flow Reaction
l/min
kg
4500
290
5680
360
7040
450
---------
Fig 6.1B
Stacked Tip Flow Table
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0
1000
2000
3000
(LPM)
4000
5000
6000
7000
200
PRESSURE (PSI)
12
STACK TIP PERFORMANCE
(PRESSURE IS NOZZLE EXIT PITOT PRESSURE)
160
2 1/4" TIP
10
140
8
120
100
6
2" TIP
80
4
60
2 3/4" TIP
40
2
2 1/2" TIP
20
0
PRESSURE (BAR)
180
0
200
400
600
800
1000
FLOW (GPM)
1200
1400
1600
0
1800
2000
Fig 6.1C Stacked Tip Flow Graph
0.0
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (M)
20.0
40.0
60.0
80.0
60 PSI
20
60
80 PSI
40
10
100 PSI
20
50 PSI
0
0
0.0
40.0
80.0
120.0
160.0
200.0
240.0
VERTICAL DISTANCE (M)
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
2 INCH TIP
80
280.0
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
0.0
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (M)
20.0
40.0
60.0
80.0
60 PSI
20
60
80 PSI
40
10
100 PSI
20
50 PSI
0
0
0.0
40.0
80.0
120.0
160.0
200.0
240.0
VERTICAL DISTANCE (M)
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
2.25 INCH TIP
80
280.0
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
0.0
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (M)
20.0
40.0
60.0
80.0
60 PSI
20
60
80 PSI
40
100 PSI
20
10
50 PSI
0
0
0.0
40.0
80.0
120.0
160.0
200.0
240.0
VERTICAL DISTANCE (M)
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
2.50 INCH TIP
80
280.0
80
0.0
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (M)
2.75 INCH TIP20.0
40.0
60.0
60 PSI
60
80.0
80 PSI
20
100 PSI
40
10
20
50 PSI
0
0
0.0
40.0
80.0
120.0
160.0
200.0
240.0
VERTICAL DISTANCE (M)
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
280.0
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
Fig 6.1D
Stacked Tip Stream Trajectory Graphs
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This graph is approximate only. Critical applications should be tested in actual conditions to verify adequate reach.
2 .50 INCH TIP, 100 PSI, 1860 GPM
200
0
20
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (M)
60
40
80
60
180
75 DEGREES
140
40
60 DEGREES
120
100
45 DEGREES
80
20
60
30 DEGREES
VERTICAL DISTANCE (M)
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
160
40
20
0
0
0
40
80
120
160
200
240
280
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
Fig 6.1E
Effects of Elevator Trajectory
This graph shows approximately how a moderate wind can affect stream reach.
0
25
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (M)
50
75
100
20 MPH TAILWIND
20
40
10
NO WIND
20 MPH HEADWIND
0
0
40
80
120
160
200
240
280
320
VERTICAL DISTANCE (M)
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
2.50 INCH TIP, 100 PSI, 1860 GPM
80
1 ft = 0.3048 m
360
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
Fig 6.1F
Effects of Wind on Reach
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6.1.2 MST-4NJ FLOW AND REACH
2"
1-3/4"
1-1/2"
1-3/8"
2.5”
Coupling
NOZZLE PRESSURE (PSI)
NOZZLE
DIAMETER
(inches)
40
60
80
100
FLOW
(GPM)
REACTION
(LBS)
FLOW
(GPM)
REACTION
(LBS)
FLOW
(GPM)
REACTION
(LBS)
FLOW
(GPM)
REACTION
(LBS)
1.375
360
120
440
180
500
240
560
300
1.50
420
140
520
210
600
280
670
350
1.75
580
190
700
290
810
380
910
480
2.00
750
250
920
380
1000
500
1190
630
NOZZLE PRESSURE (BAR)
NOZZLE
DIAMETER
(MM)
FLOW
(l/min)
2.8
REACTION
(KG)
FLOW
(l/min)
4.1
REACTION
(KG)
FLOW
(l/min)
5.5
REACTION
(KG)
FLOW
(l/min)
7
REACTION
(KG)
35
1360
50
1670
80
1890
110
2120
140
38
1590
60
1970
100
2270
130
2540
160
45
2200
90
2650
130
3070
170
3440
220
50
2840
110
3480
170
4010
230
4500
290
Fig. 6.1.2A
Stacked Tips Flow Table
0
1000
(LPM)
3000
2000
4000
5000
6000
200
180
1.2
STACK TIP PERFORMANCE
(PRESSURE IS NOZZLE EXIT PITOT PRESSURE)
160
120
0.8
1 1/2" TIP
100
2" TIP
0.6
80
1 3/8" TIP
60
1 3/4" TIP
0.4
40
PRESSURE (BAR)
PRESSURE (PSI)
1.0
140
0.2
20
0
0
200
400
600
800
FLOW (GPM)
1000
1200
1400
0.0
1600
Fig 6.1.2B
Stacked Tips Flow Graph
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80
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (M)
20.0
40.0
60.0
80.0
20
60 PSI
60
80 PSI
40
10
100 PSI
20
40 PSI
0
0
0.0
40.0
80.0
120.0
160.0
200.0
240.0
VERTICAL DISTANCE (M)
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
1.375 INCH TIP
0.0
280.0
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
80
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (M)
20.0
40.0
60.0
80.0
20
60 PSI
60
80 PSI
40
10
20
100 PSI
40 PSI
0
0
0.0
40.0
80.0
120.0
160.0
200.0
240.0
VERTICAL DISTANCE (M)
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
1.50 INCH TIP
0.0
280.0
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
80
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (M)
20.0
40.0
60.0
80.0
20
60 PSI
60
80 PSI
40
10
100 PSI
20
40 PSI
0
0
0.0
40.0
80.0
120.0
160.0
200.0
240.0
VERTICAL DISTANCE (M)
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
1.75 INCH TIP
0.0
280.0
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
80
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (M)
20.0
40.0
60.0
60 PSI
60
80.0
20
80 PSI
40
10
100 PSI
20
40 PSI
0
0
0.0
40.0
80.0
120.0
160.0
200.0
240.0
VERTICAL DISTANCE (M)
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
2 INCH TIP
0.0
280.0
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
Fig 6.1.2C
Stacked Tips Stream Trajectory Graphs
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0
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (METERS)
40
20
160
60
80
75 DEGREES
2.0 INCH TIP, 100 PSI, 1190 GPM
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
60 DEGREES
40
120
100
45 DEGREES
80
20
60
40
VERTICAL DISTANCE (METERS)
140
30 DEGREES
20
0
0
0
40
80
120
160
200
240
280
320
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
This graph is approximate only.
Critical applications should be tested in actual conditions to verify adequate reach.
Fig 6.1.2D
Effects of Elevation on Trajectory
80
25
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (M)
50
75
100
20 MPH TAILWIND
40
20 MPH
HEADWIND
20
10
NO WIND
0
0
40
80
120
160
200
240
280
320
VERTICAL DISTANCE (M)
VERTICAL DISTANCE (FEET)
2.00 INCH TIP, 100 PSI, 1190 GPM
0
360
HORIZONTAL DISTANCE (FEET)
This graph shows approximately how a moderate wind can affect stream reach. 1 ft = 0.3048 m
Fig 6.1.2E
Effects of Wind on Reach
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6.2 AUTOMATIC MASTERSTREAM NOZZLES
Automatic nozzles maintain a constant pressure by adjusting their orifice to match the available flow. Consult the nozzle manufacturer
for maximum flow and pressure range. In all cases do not exceed the safe operating envelope in Fig 3.1.1. See LIM-030 Masterstream
nozzle series for information about TFT’s Masterstream nozzles.
6.3 MONSOON MONITOR FRICTION LOSS
The discharge size of the monitor determines maximum flow. Excessive turbulence will result if maximum flow is exceeded.
FLOW (LPM)
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000
1.6
22
1.4
20
18
1.2
14
1.0
12
0.8
10
0.6
8
6
LOSS (BAR)
LOSS (PSI)
16
0.4
4
0.2
2
0
0
250
500
750
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
0.0
2500
FLOW (GPM)
Fig 6.3a
3.5” Monsoon Monitor Friction Loss
FLOW (LPM)
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
6
0.4
5
LOSS (PSI)
3
0.2
LOSS (BAR)
0.3
4
2
0.1
1
0
0
250
500
750
1000
0.0
1250
FLOW (GPM)
Fig 6.3b
2.5” Monsoon Monitor Friction Loss
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6.4 STREAM STRAIGHTENERS
6.4.1 STREAM STRAIGHTENERS WITH STACKED TIPS
Stream quality and reach of smooth bore nozzles can be improved by using stream straighteners. Stream straighteners will add
some friction loss as indicated below.
355
GPM
397
FLOW
435
502
533
562
470
589
40
PSI
70
60
50
90
100
80
110
PRESS.
GPM
FLOW
473
423
559
598
634
668
518
701
40
PSI
50
80
90
70
100
60
110
PRESS.
GPM
FLOW
643
705
575
814
862
910
761
954
PSI
50
40
70
90
80
60
100
GPM
FLOW
110
751
PRESS.
840
994
920
1188
1246
PSI
1063
40
1127
60
70
50
100
110
90
80
PRESS.
OK
1000
2000
3000
(LPM)
4000
5000
6000
7000
1.2
16
1.0
2.5” Stream Straightener
Friction Loss
12
0.8
0.6
8
0.4
3.5” Stream Straightener
Friction Loss
4
0
0
500
1000
1500
2000
PRESSURE (BAR)
PRESSURE (PSI)
20
0
0.2
0.0
Flow (GPM)
Fig 6.4
TFT Stack Tip Integral Stream Straightener Friction Loss
6.4.2 STREAM STRAIGHTENERS WITH FOG NOZZLES
When using a fog nozzle it is recommended that no stream straightener be used since the fog nozzle’s flow path generally serves as
a stream straightener. Use of a stream straightener with a fog nozzle will increase the stresses on the monitor’s gear train and may
lead to premature wear.
NOT OK
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7.0 MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
The Monsoon Monitor requires little maintenance. The monitor should be kept clean and free of dirt. All controls should be checked
for freedom of movement and proper operation before each use. Any inoperable or damaged parts should be repaired or replaced
immediately.
• Make sure that the monitor’s axis’ rotate freely and without binding throughout its range of travel.
• Make sure that there are no leaks when the monitor is flowing water.
• Make sure the nozzle is free of debris.
Equipment can be returned to the factory for service and/or testing.
Use with saltwater is permissible provided monitor is thoroughly cleaned with fresh water after each use. The service life of the
monitor may be shortened due to the effects of corrosion and is not covered under warranty
7.1 LUBRICATION
The Monsoon monitor generally should not require greasing. In the event that the operation becomes stiff grease may be applied to
the horizontal rotation and elevation worm gears. The grease is applied by removing the plugs at the grease ports and replacing with
grease fittings that have ¼-28 male threads. See figures 7.1A and 7.1B for grease port locations. Use medium viscosity automotive
chassis grease. Apply only enough grease to restore normal operation. If normal operation is not restored by greasing than inspect
for other causes of stiff operation.
Note: Do not over pump grease. The monitor’s greased areas lead to large chambers that could trap several pounds of
grease before becoming visible.
Install
grease fittings
here if desired.
Install
grease fitting
here if desired.
Fig 7.1A
Location of Grease Port for Horizontal Rotation
Worn Gear and Elevator Joint
Fig 7.1.B
Location for Grease Port
for Elevation Worm Gear
8.0 TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Leaks
Debris or damage in seal area
Clean out debris or replace damaged parts
Elevation Binding
Debris or damage to elevation drive parts
Clean out debris or replace damaged parts
Lack of lubricant
Grease, see section 7.1
Horizontal Rotation
Binding
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Lack of lubricant
Grease, see section 7.1
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9.0 MONSOON DRAWING & PARTS LIST
9.1 MONITOR CONTROL BOX
TO
POWER
CABLE
TO TFT
ER NOZZLE
MALE PLUG
TO HORIZONTAL
GEAR MOTOR
TO VERTICAL
GEAR MOTOR
Fig 9.1 Monitor Control Box
MONSOON RC CONTROL BOX PARTS LIST
#
DESCRIPTION
QTY
PART #
1
2
CABLE FITTING PG11
1
Y5205
CABLE FITTING PG9
1
Y5245
3
ENCLOSURE - BOX
1
Y5115-B
4
LOCKNUT - PG9
1
Y5246
5
LOCKNUT - PG11
3
Y5206
6
BOARD - COMMUNICATION
1
Y5110-B
7
ENCLOSURE - LID WITH MEMBRANE SWITCH
1
Y5800-LID
9
BOARD - MOTOR CONTROL
3
Y5100
10
BOARD - MAIN
1
Y5105
11
V10-32 x 1/4 SET SCREW
1
VT10Y32SS250
12
O-RING-018
2
VO-018
13
CONDUIT HOSE FITTING
14
FEMALE PLUG - 6 POLE
15
BOARD-OEM 900 MHZ RF MODULE
(included with part YE-RF-900)
1
Y5710
16
ANTENNA W/FITTING
1
Y5881
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16” or 23” EXPOSED CABLE (not including plug)
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23
24
53
54
22
26
25
21
55
15
60
24
56
20
57
16
62
30
15
14
31
12
13
32
5
11
4
6
10
5
37
4
40
33
34
63
65
72 71
64
3
2
35 36
41
42
43
44
45
46
50
51
52
1
70
67
66
68
69
Fig 9.2
Monsoon Mechanical Parts Exploded View
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DESCRIPTION
BASE CODE-RPF 4" -ALUMINUM
BASE CODE-RLF 3" -ALUMINUM
BASE QUICK CONNECT 4.5"NHF SUBASSY
TILLER BASE QUICK CONNECT 4.5"NHF SUBASSY
O-RING-350
LOWER SEGMENT
1/4-28 X 1/2 SOCKET SET SCREW
1/4-28 X 1/4 SOCKET SET SCREW
BLACK DOME PLUG
7/16" TORLON BALL (32) PER RACE
BALL PORT PLUG
1/4" NPT PLUG
DOWEL PIN
LOWER SHROUD
O-RING-245
LOWER RING GEAR
MIDDLE SEGMENT
UPPER RING GEAR
UPPER SEGMENT - 3.5”M THREADS
UPPER SEGMENT - 2.5”M THREADS
UPPER SHROUD
1/4-20 X 3/8 BUTTON HEAD SCREW
25
BALL 7/16" TORLON
32
VB437TO
26
30
31
32
33
34
35
1/2-20 X 3/8 SOCKET SET SCREW
HALF RING GEAR
5/16-18 X 1/2 SOCKET HEAD SCREW
3/16" TORLON BALL
PINION
PLUG 2-1/4 MOUNTING HOLE
5/16" TORLON BALL (49) PER RACE
1
1
2
146
1
1
98
VT50-20SS375
Y4230
VT31-18SH500
V2120-TORLON
Y4120
Y4162
VB.312TO
36
3/8-24 X 5/16 SOCKET SET SCREW
2
VT37-24SS312
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
60
62
63
64
65
HEADED BUSHING
DRIVE SHAFT
KEY
SPACER
12 DP WORM
BEARING
WASHER
E-CLIP 5/8" EXTERNAL
SNAP RING
COVER PLATE
KNOB
WASHER
HANDWHEEL
CRANK BUSHING
3/8-16 X 1-1/2 BUTTON HEAD SCREW
HANDWHEEL LABEL; DOWN <-> UP
NAME LABEL: MONSOON
SHAFT SPRING
WASHER
3/8-24 X 3/8 SOCKET SET SCREW
VO-RING-244
VO-RING-236
4" MONITOR BASE CLAMP
3" MONITOR BASE CLAMP
WASHER
10-24 X 1 1/4 SOCKET HEAD SCREW
CYLINDER NUT
CRANK
HANDLE LABEL - WHITE
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
5
Y4141
Y4160
X225
Y4150
X220
VM4250
VW97X595-048
VR4295
VR4220
Y4164
A1512
VW812X406-65
X281
A1513
VT37-16BH1.5
Y4175
Y4182
Y4159
VW1.0X759-04
VT37-34SS250
VO-244
VO-236
Y4435
Y4436
VW360X200-04
VT10-24SH1.2
Y4437
A1559
AY342-WHT
1
2
3
4
5
6
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
20
21
22
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
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QTY
1
1
4
2
3
64
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
PART #
Y4400A
Y4405A
Y4960
Y4961
VO-350
Y4110A
VT25-28SS500
VT25-28SS250
VM4124
VB437TO
Y4155
VFSP2M-SS
VP312X1.00
Y4130
VO-245
Y4220
Y4210A
Y4320
Y4310A
Y4311
Y4240
VT25-20BH375
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
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13
15
14
20
34
21
22
23
36
11
37
38
10
24
32
10
39
31
30
40
2
25
3
6
26
5
4
3
2
35
1
Fig 9.3
Monsoon RC Exploded View of Electrical Parts
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1
CABLE - POWER & COMM.
2
1/4-20 X 1/2 BUTTON HEAD SCREW
3
VT25-20BH500
3
.375 OD LOOP CLAMP STAINLESS
3
Y4655
4
LOWER WIRE SKIRT
1
Y4660
5
UPPER WIRE SKIRT
1
Y4650
6
5/16" SS BALL
1
VB.312
10
1/4-28 X 1/2 SOCKET HEAD SCREW
12
VT25-28SH500
CONTROL BOX BRACKET
1
Y4618
11
QTY
PART #
30'
Y5200
CONTROL BOX BRACKET FOR LADDER & PLATFORM
1
Y4619
13
MAIN MONITOR CONTROL BOX
1
SEE SECTION 9.1
14
.250 OD LOOP CLAMP STAINLESS
2
Y4656
15
10-32 X 3/8 BUTTON HEAD SCREW
1
VT10-24BH375
2
Y4950
21
GEAR MOTOR SUBASSEMBLY
(#20 Contains Items #21 Thru #32, Except #27))
CUP SEAL
1
Y4620
22
6-32 X 5/16 LONG SHCS WITH HEAD SEAL
4
VT06S32SH312
23
MOTOR SOCKET
1
Y4615
24
O-RING-038
1
VO-038
25
GEAR MOTOR WITH ENCODER
1
Y4611
26
ENCLOSURE
1
Y4616
30
O-RING-018
1
VO-018
31
CONDUIT FITTING
32
HOSE - 3/8" ID PUSH-LOK
34
OVERRIDE KNOB
2
Z245
35
WIRE SKIRT RETAINER
2
Y4661
34
OVERRIDE KNOB
2
Z245
35
WIRE SKIRT RETAINER
2
Y4661
20
36
37
VO-RING-244
1
Y5213
1' *
Y5250
1
VO-RING-236
4" MONITOR BASE CLAMP
2
3" MONITOR BASE CLAMP
2
VO-244
VO-236
Y4435
Y4436
38
WASHER
VW360X200-04
39
10-24 X 1 1/4 SOCKET HEAD SCREW
2
VT10-24SH1.2
40
CYLINDER NUT
2
Y4437
* Length Depends on Configuration.
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10.0 WARRANTY
Task Force Tips, Inc., 3701 Innovation Way, Valparaiso, Indiana 46383-9327 USA (“TFT”) warrants to the original purchaser of its
Monsoon and Monsoon RC Monitor (“equipment”), and to anyone to whom it is transferred, that the equipment shall be free from
defects in material and workmanship during the five (5) year period from the date of purchase.
TFT’s obligation under this warranty is specifically limited to replacing or repairing the equipment (or its parts) which are shown by
TFT’s examination to be in a defective condition attributable to TFT. To qualify for this limited warranty, the claimant must return the
equipment to TFT, at 3701 Innovation Way, Valparaiso, Indiana 46383-9327 USA, within a reasonable time after discovery of the
defect. TFT will examine the equipment. If TFT determines that there is a defect attributable to it, it will correct the problem within a
reasonable time. If the equipment is covered by this limited warranty, TFT will assume the expenses of repair.
If any defect attributable to TFT under this limited warranty cannot be reasonably cured by repair or replacement, TFT may elect to
refund the purchase price of the equipment, less reasonable depreciation, in complete discharge of its obligations under this limited
warranty. If TFT makes this election, claimant shall return the equipment to TFT free and clear of any liens and encumbrances.
This is a limited warranty. The original purchaser of the equipment, any person to whom it is transferred, and any person who is
an intended or unintended beneficiary of the equipment, shall not be entitled to recover from TFT any consequential or incidental
damages for injury to person and/or property resulting from any defective equipment manufactured or assembled by TFT. It is agreed
and understood that the price stated for the equipment is in part consideration for limiting TFT’s liability. Some states do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above may not apply to you.
TFT shall have no obligation under this limited warranty if the equipment is, or has been, misused or neglected (including failure to
provide reasonable maintenance) or if there have been accidents to the equipment or if it has been repaired or altered by someone
else.
THIS IS A LIMITED EXPRESS WARRANTY ONLY. TFT EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS WITH RESPECT TO THE EQUIPMENT ALL
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
THERE IS NO WARRANTY OF ANY NATURE MADE BY TFT BEYOND THAT STATED IN THE DOCUMENT.
This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
TASK FORCE TIPS, INC.
MADE IN USA • www.tft.com
©Copyright Task Force Tips, Inc. 2004-2013
3701 Innovation Way, Valparaiso, IN 46383-9327 USA
800-348-2686 • 219-462-6161 • Fax 219-464-7155
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