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MTSA Technopower B.V. Westervoortsedijk 67 6827 AT Arnhem

Operating and maintenance instructions ACCESS RAMP 1361

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Instructions Version date Your reference Our reference

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Contents CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................................................. 4 1.1

WARNING ....................................................................................................................................................... 4

1.2

RELATED DOCUMENTS ................................................................................................................................... 4

1.3

MANUFACTURER ............................................................................................................................................ 4

1.4

LIABILITY......................................................................................................................................................... 4

CHAPTER 2 GENERAL SAFETY RULES...................................................................................................... 5 2.1

SAFETY AND PRECAUTION SYMBOLS ............................................................................................................... 5

2.2

OPERATION .................................................................................................................................................... 5

2.3

MAINTENANCE ENGINEER ............................................................................................................................... 5

2.4

GENERAL ....................................................................................................................................................... 5

2.5

PLACEMENT OF THE MACHINE / ARRANGEMENT .............................................................................................. 6

2.6

SAFETY FEATURES ......................................................................................................................................... 6

CHAPTER 3 ACCESS RAMP DESCRIPTION ....................................................................................................... 7 3.1

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................................... 7

3.2

DISPLAY OF THE ACCESS RAMP ................................................................................................................. 8

CHAPTER 4 INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................... 9 4.1

PLACEMENT ................................................................................................................................................... 9

4.2

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS .......................................................................................................................... 10

CHAPTER 5 MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS.............................................................................. 11 5.1

GENERAL ..................................................................................................................................................... 11

5.2

SETTING THE STROKE ................................................................................................................................... 11

5.3

LINEAR ACTUATOR ........................................................................................................................................ 11

5.4

DC MOTOR CONTROLLER............................................................................................................................. 12

5.5

CONDUCTION ............................................................................................................................................... 12

5.6

PERIODIC MAINTENANCE............................................................................................................................... 12

CHAPTER 6 STORAGE AND TRANSPORT ........................................................................................................ 13 6.1

STORAGE ..................................................................................................................................................... 13

6.2

TRANSPORT ................................................................................................................................................. 13

CHAPTER 7 DISPOSAL .................................................................................................................................... 14 7.1

ENVIRONMENTAL .......................................................................................................................................... 14

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APPENDIX 1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................... 16

B 2.1 Construction details ............................................................................................. 16

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Chapter 1 Introduction

This section provides basic information about the ACCESS RAMP and associated operating and maintenance requirements. 1.1

Warning

Read these operating and maintenance instructions carefully, before you use the ACCESS RAMP. Only then is optimal safety assured. Operation and maintenance of the ACCESS RAMP may only be done by qualified personnel. 1.2

Related Documents

Additional to these operating and maintenance instructions, following documents are required to the ACCESS RAMP: o Documentation Hiwin linear actuators o Documentation EM-180 ON-OFF DC motor controller o maintenance requirement IBC roller guide The above documentation can be found in the book under tab 8 manufacturing, supplier documentation

1.3

Manufacturer

The ACCESS RAMP is manufactured by: MTSA Technopower B.V. Westervoortsedijk 67 6827 AT Arnhem Phone: +31 (0)26 - 3636310 Fax: +31 (0)26 - 3646717

1.4

Liability

The manufacturer of the ACCESS RAMP is not liable for unsafe conditions, accidents and damage resulting from: o Ignoring warnings or rules as shown on the ACCESS RAMP in this operating and maintenance instructions. o Using the ACCESS RAMP for other applications or circumstances other than those specified in operating and maintenance instructions, o Making changes to the ACCESS RAMP of any kind. This includes the use of other replacement parts. o Inadequate maintenance. The manufacturer is not liable for damage caused by malfunctions of the ACCESS RAMP as damage to products, business interruption, loss of production, etc.

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Chapter 2 General safety rules This section contains information about general safety. Read this section carefully before you use the ACCESS RAMP run. 2.1

Safety and precaution symbols

2.1.1 Operating and maintenance requirements This document uses the security and precaution symbols shown below. These are used in order to increasing severity:   !

Tip! Warning! Caution

Suggestion to make tasks easier or more convenient to carry out. Alert for potential problems. may damage the ACCESS RAMP due to the non execution of the instructions carefully.

Warning Risk of serious injury to the operator and / or user or damage to the RAMP ACCESS due to not carrying out the instructions carefully Entry banned Danger of very serious injury to the operator, user and / or bystanders or damage to the RAMP ACCESS due to not carefully carrying out the instructions.

2.2

Operation

The operation of ACCESS RAMP should be done only by qualified personnel. The manufacturer is by the level MBO. Warning The safety in this document should be observed. If you deviate from the rules you may cause unacceptable risks. The operator should be aware of these operating and maintenance requirements.

2.3

Maintenance engineer

All maintenance and conversion work on the inspection may be made only by instructed personnel. Warning The safety in this document should be observed. If you deviate from the rules you may cause unacceptable risks. The service technician should be aware of the contents of these operating and maintenance requirements. 2.4

General

Motek develops medical devices and software including rehabilitation projects. Caren for this system was a need to provide a distance that can be bridged in order to enter the system. Thus, the ACCESS RAMP can handle a maximum distance of 0.5 meters to be bridged. Doc.nr: user manual access ramp 1361 (24-6-09) (2).doc Version date: 24-06-2009

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Pay attention to the following general safety rules and warnings: o Never step on a moving ACCESS RAMP o Enter the tread of the ACCESS RAMP only if it is extended to the platform. o Maximum static load of the tread of the ACCESS RAMP is 300 kg. o Never operate the ACCESS RAMP when someone within a radius of 0.5 meters is located around the ACCESS RAMP.

2.5

Placement of the machine / arrangement

Place the ACCESS RAMP in a way that the movable part is not hindered by obstacles to the import or sliding. The Length can be adjusted by the adjustment of the internal limit switches (see Chapter 5 Maintenance and adjustment). The remote is mounted in a safe place in such a way that the operator is within the scope of the retractable ACCESS RAMP but also the operator has a good overview of the ACCESS RAMP.

2.6

Safety features

The drive features a current limit to avoid dangerous situations arise where the movement is blocked by an obstacle. Also start to move slowly. The walking floor has a resistant rubber on top for a good grip on the amount. To prevent fall hazard lateral railing of work according NEN 14122-3,7 is applied. To avoid entrapment hazard, all moving parts are shielded by fixed insulated caps. The device should not be used without permanent ice caps and railing. The entrance of the RAMP ACCESS has a chain carrying a sign with a ban and a warning (see Figure 1) for the passage to hinder. This chain can only be removed if the ACCESS RAMP is stopped and is extended to the platform and should again be hung before the ACCESS RAMP is retracted. In the overall scheme, a provision be included that the platform can not move if the ACCESS RAMP is in its elevated state.

Figuur 1

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Chapter 3 ACCESS RAMP description

This section provides general information about ACCESS RAMP.

3.1

System description

The ACCESS RAMP 1 consists of conduction and tread railing. 2 mounting plates for mounting the guide and drive to the floor and 1 control box with remote. The ACCESS RAMP, the horizontal distance between base motion and walking through the bridge floor extends through a remote control. To avoid a dangerous situation occurring, the hatched area must be free from obstacles or persons during the operation.

Motion base

0,5 metres

Keep free while moving course area Remote control

Chain with Warnings Min. 0,5 metres Floor Figure 2

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3.2

Display of the ACCESS RAMP

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3

2

In the picture are the main components of the ACCESS RAMP indicated. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

treads with side guides fixing plate conduction and left drive Judge mounting plate with guide rail Shielding Hack railing

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Chapter 4 Installation

In this chapter the installation and adjustment of the apparatus is discussed.

4.1

Placement

The ACCESS RAMP should be in a dry chamber. The ambient temperature is between 10 째 C and 40 째 C . The substrate on which the ACCESS RAMP is placed should be flat and rigid. If the mounting surface is not leveled it should be subject to fill. Here's how: 1. Place the tread with side guides [1], with the left mounting plate [2] to the desired position on a flat surface. 

Tip!

Positioning can be facilitated by the mounting holes of the rail temporarily screwing eyebolts. In this way, using a lifting device the ACCESS RAMP accurately positioned at the desired position. 2. Place the right mounting plate [3] in the side guide [1] 

Warning!

If the right mounting plate [3] is not fixed in the guide. Try not simultaneously to move the other parts, move it separately. 3 Verify that the two guides parallel, and that all the bearings in the running rail (both front and back). Failure to properly position, might cause the guard to run into. 4 mark the position of the holes and attach the ground anchors (if needed one can drill the hole pattern of Figure 4).

Figuur 3

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4.2

Attach the mounting plates with six ground anchors (M12) to the substrate. These serve a minimum pull of 5000N to catch it. Place the insulated caps [4] Place the rail [5]. This should be fixed with M12x20 bolts put on the belt conduction [1]. Make the retractable length in the extended position so that the platform (in position) is just not charged (see 5.2 for setting procedure).

Electrical connections

Mount the electrical box at a suitable location. Connect to the E-box 230 V AC, 50 Hz for EU version or 120 V AC, 60 Hz for U.S. version, through to the end into a grounded outlet earthed (check for the version type nameplate). Place the remote on the bracket that is attached to the railing (see Figure 4). The installation can now be operated with the remote.  Warning! A good grounding of the setup is required for this static loads and there along any associated risks to avoid. The RAMP ACCESS has January 1 extra limit switch with a potential-free NO and NC contacts. This can be used for reporting position (retracted position) to release motion base system.

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Chapter 5 Maintenance and adjustments This section provides information about the maintenance to be carried out on the ACCESS RAMP. 5.1

General

Safety during maintenance Remove the plug from the outlet to work in the E-box or electrical components in the ACCESS RAMP. 5.2

Setting the stroke

To the beat of the ACCESS RAMP is to reduce this with 2 limit switches. These can be set as follows: 1. To bring ACCESS RAMP in the desired final position using the remote 2. Remove the plug from the plug contact. 3. Remove the rail [5] and cap [4] through loosening the bolts M12 (see Figure 3) 4. Move the limit switch bracket [6] so that the micro switch [7] in this position just to be pressed (see Figure 5). 5. Place the hood [4] and the rail [5] (see Figure 3). 6. Replace the plug in the socket. 7. Check the stroke using the remote.

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Figuur 4

To put back in position, the left limit switch is to the extended position, the right switch (double) to retracted position. 5.3

Linear actuator

The ACCESS RAMP is implemented with 2 linear actuators HIWIN type LAS4-2. For maintenance see the description in the manual manufacturing under tab 8. Doc.nr: user manual access ramp 1361 (24-6-09) (2).doc Version date: 24-06-2009

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5.4

DC Motor controller

The ACCESS RAMP was performed with 2 EM-180 Electr Omen motor controllers. This is the gear set / per engine and to set the maximum current (3.6 A per linear actuator). For maintenance and adjustment see the description in the manual manufacturing under tab 8. 5.5

Conduction

The moving part of the ACCESS disaster led by two rails on one side with a loose roller bearing system and the other at a fixed roller bearing system (part of the drive). Both cars are less carefully adjusted parallel to each other. If not, the system hard to walk the ACCESS RAMP cylinders which can no longer move. 5.6

Periodic maintenance

To prevent wear and failure, this maintains movements after 5000 and at least every 6 months to be implemented. This guidance should be clean and light are greased with kogellagervet. Follow these steps (see Figure 3): 1. bring the ACCESS RAMP in the retracted position using the remote 2. Remove the plug from the plug contact. 3. Remove the rail [5] and cap [4] through loosening the bolts M12 4. Remove dust and dirt from the inside of the guide using a cloth. 5. bring a very thin layer of grease on the tread of the conductivity. 6. Replace the cover [4] and the rail [5]. 7. place the plug in the plug contact. The other components of the ACCESS RAMP are maintenance free

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Chapter 6 Storage and transport

This section provides information on storing and transporting the apparatus.

6.1

Storage

The ACCESS RAMP should be stored in a dry room with a humidity of 10 to 80%, at a temperature between -10 째 and 50 째 C.

6.2

Transport

Place components on a pallet and protect the components from damage. If you have questions about transportation, please contact the manufacturer (see section 1.3 "Manufacturer").

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Chapter 7 Disposal

This chapter provides instructions on dismantling and removal of the apparatus. 7.1

Environmental

Disposal of the ACCESS RAMP must be done in accordance of relevant national regulations.

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Chapter 8 Index

This chapter provides a number of keywords to place in this document, you can find information about the keyword. A keyword can be equipped with multiple references. liability........................................................................................... 4 disposal...................................................................................... 14 dimensions................................................................................ 16 operator ....................................................................................... 5 construction data ..................................................................... 16 electrical connections ............................................................. 10 manufacturer .............................................................................. 4 maintenance ............................................................................. 11 maintenance engineer.............................................................. 5

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storage....................................................................................... 13 parts list ....................................................................................... 8 installation ............................................................................... 6, 9 symbols ....................................................................................... 5 transport .................................................................................... 13 safety rules ............................................................................. 5, 6 safety features ........................................................................... 6 system drawing.......................................................................... 8

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Apppendix 1 Technical specifications

In this annex are the most important specifications of the ACCESS RAMP included. B 2.1 Construction details

System dimensions (lxwxh)

Approx. 1600 x 1250 x 1150 mm

Extension

Approx. 0 - 500 mm (configurable)

Weight

Approx. 150 kg

Afmeting E-kast (hxbxd)

Approx. 300 x 200 x 130 mm

Electrical requirements

Grounded mains socket EU version: 240 VAC, 50/60Hz, 300 W US version: 120 VAC, 50/60Hz, 300 W

Further we refer to the drawing package in the book manufacturing.

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