ULINE Electric Pallet Truck User Guide

ULINE Electric Pallet Truck User Guide & troubleshooting

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H-2302

1-800-295-5510
ELECTRIC PALLET TRUCK
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

SAFETY GUIDELINES
ULINE Electric Pallet Truck User Guide  & troubleshooting 2WARNING! Do not operate this truck unless you have been trained to use it, authorized to do so, and have checked that it is in good condition. The operator should read all of the warning signs and instructions here and on the truck before using it. The truck is strictly forbidden to lift or carry a person.

  1.  Please stop using the truck until it can be properly repaired in case of any failure or fault.
  2.  Do not repair the truck without professional training and authorization.
  3. Keep a two-foot distance between the truck and any person not operating it.
  4.  Do not operate on uneven ground or in a dangerous environment.
  5. The truck should not be driven on public roads.
  6. The truck may only be driven into an elevator or loading platform with enough load capacity to support the truck. The operator must confirm this point before entering the elevator or loading platform. Passengers must enter the elevator after proper parking of the truck and walk out of the elevator before moving the truck.
  7. The truck should always be driven with the height of the forks in the lowest position except when placing or moving a load.

TRUCK ON ANOTHER VEHICLE’S LOADING PLATFORM OR A GANGWAY

  1.  Before the truck is driven from a loading bay and onto a vehicle, the operator must always check the maximum load capacity of the gangway. There should also be suitable devices that prevent the gangway from sliding.
  2.  The operator must also check the maximum load capacity of the vehicle. There should also be suitable devices to prevent the vehicle from moving.
  3. The truck should always be parked on a level surface. The forks must be lowered to their lowest position. Always turn the ignition to the “OFF” position. Always remove the ignition key from the electrical lock when leaving the truck.
    ULINE Electric Pallet Truck User Guide  & troubleshooting 3NOTE: If the truck is left unused for a prolonged period without being recharged, the battery plug should be disconnected.
  4. Protective shoes should be worn when working with this truck according to local safety regulations.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS CONTINUED

ROUTINE CHECKLIST BEFORE START-UP

  •  Check for any defect of the truck (especially on the wheels).
  • Check if the battery is fixed firmly and the cable connected properly.

STARTUP OF TRUCK

  • Rotate and turn off Emergency Shut-Off Switch.
  • Insert key into On/Off Switch and turn right to position “I”.
  • The battery capacity meter should indicate the current capacity.
  • Check to ensure the horn is working correctly.
  • Check the brake function on the control handle.

OPERATION OF THE TRUCK

EMERGENCY SHUT-OFF SWITCH

  • All-electric control functions are cut off when the Emergency Shut-Off Switch is pressed. (See Figure 1)

EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON

  • The truck will automatically brake when the button is pressed. (See Figure 2)

BRAKING

  • Release the control handle and the truck automatically brakes.
  • The control handle will return to an upright position.

DRIVING

  •  Drive speed is controlled by the FWD/BWD CONTROL wheel.

CARGO LOADING/UNLOADING
ULINE Electric Pallet Truck User Guide  & troubleshooting 4CAUTION! Before loading the cargo, the operator must check to confirm the cargo is properly placed on the pallet and the weight of the cargo is within the truck’s load capacity. Load weight should be evenly distributed between the two forks.

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Emergency Shut-Off Switch On/Off Switch Battery Capacity Meter

LIFTING OF FORKS

  • Press the RAISE button to raise the forks to the required height.

LOWERING OF FORKS

  • Press the LOWER button to lower the forks to the required height.

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1 LOWER Button
2 FWD/BWD CONTROL Wheel
3 HORN Button
4 EMERGENCY STOnP Button
5 RAISE Button

TECHNICAL SPECIFIC

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DESCRIPTION KEY SPECIFICATION
Model Number —— 11-2302
Power Supply —— Electric
Type of Operation —— Pedestrian
Capacity/Rated Load —— 3,300 lbs.
Load Center Distance 1 24*
Wheelbase 2 48*
Weight (including battery) —— 630 bs.
Tire Size – Drive End ——– 10 x 3.6″
Tire Size – Load End ——- 3.3 x 3.6′
Handle Height in Neutral Position 3 48.6′
Fork Height lowered 4 3″
Fork Height Raised 6 7.6″
Overall Length 6 71″
Length of body 7 23″
Overall Width 8 27.6′
Fork Length 9 48.1″
Fork Width 10 6.4″
Fork Thickness 11 1.9′
Overall Fork Width 12 26.6″
Floor Clearance (center of the wheelbase) 13 1.3′
Turning Radius —— 69′
Travel Speed (laden/unladen) —— 3.1/3.2 mph
Lifting Speed (ladeNunladen) —— 4.6/3.6 sec
lowering Speed (ladeNunladen) —— 3.6/4.6 sec
Brakes —— Electric-magnetic
Drive Motor —— 1.0 kW
lifting Motor —— 0.8 kW
Battery Voltage —— 12v / 804h
Sound Level ——- <70 dB
Steering Arc ——- 205°

MAINTENANCE

MAINTENANCE AND CHARGE OF BATTERY

  1.  A Various Rechargeable Sealed Lead Acid battery (VRLA) is used in this pallet truck.
  2. The H-2302 pallet trucks are equipped with a specific charger to charge the battery. The charger can be plugged into a standard 120-volt outlet.
    ULINE Electric Pallet Truck User Guide  & troubleshooting 8CAUTION! Before connecting the charger to the battery, make sure the battery charger emergency shut-off switch and key switch are in the off position. Please charge the battery in a dry, well-ventilated area and keep away from any source of the fire. If the truck is not in use, battery charges should be performed no less than once per month.
  3. The battery of the pallet truck should be charged fully and regularly. When the “Capacity Insufficient” alarm flashes on Battery Capacity Meter during operation, please charge the battery immediately.
  4. The charger will adjust the current according to the residual capacity of the battery automatically, which ensures the battery is charged correctly. After charging the battery, the charger indicator lights turn green and the charger stops automatically. Battery charging generally takes 5-7 hours.
    BATTERY INDICATOR
  5. The charge status of the battery is indicated on Battery Capacity Meter with ten indicator bars for each 10% increase. With the consumption of battery capacity, the lighting bars will descend downwards from the top. (See Figure 5)
  6. The truck will automatically cut off lifting functions when the battery reaches 20%.

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PREPARATION OF TRUCK TO BE REPAIRED OR MAINTAINED
Prepare all necessary safety measures to avoid a possible accident during the course of repair and maintenance by taking the following precautions:

  1.  Park the truck safely.
  2.  Press the emergency shut-off switch and disconnect the battery.

INSPECT HYDRAULIC OIL CAPACITY

  1.  Remove the four screws (1) and (2). (See Figure 5)
  2.  Open the left and right half cover (3) and (4).
  3.  Check the capacity of hydraulic oil in the oil tank.

ULINE Electric Pallet Truck User Guide  & troubleshooting 10NOTE: During Inspect hydraulic oil capacity, forks and carriage must be lowered to the minimum height.
INSPECT ELECTRIC FUSE

  1.  Remove the four screws (1) and (2). (See Figure 5)
  2. Open the left and right half cover (3) and (4).
  3. Consult the chart to check the current rating of all fuses and replace them if necessary.
CODE PROTECTION PURPOSE CURRENT  RATING
FU Main Circuit Fuse 200A
FU l Traveling Control Fuse 10A
FU2 titling Control Fuse 6A

USE OF TRUCK AFTER MAINTENANCE
Finish the following operation before use of truck:

  1.  Clean the truck.
  2.  Check the brakes.
  3.  Check the Emergency Shut-Off Switch.
  4. Check the horn.

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MAINTENANCE OF THE TRUCK
SAFETY OPERATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
1. The instructions in the tables titled “Maintenance List” (On pages 6 and 7) should be performed based on the time interval specified in the Maintenance Schedule below.
2. To ensure the safety and reliability of truck operation, only spare parts from the manufacturer should be used.
3. Any parts replaced, including oils, must be disposed of according to related environmental protection regulations.

SAFETY RULES FOR PALLET TRUCK MAINTENANCE

  1.  MAINTENANCE STAFF ­ Repair and maintenance of the truck should only be performed by qualified professionals.
  2. CLEANING OPERATION ­ Flammable fluid is strictly forbidden in the cleaning of the truck. Before cleaning starts, safety measures must be taken to avoid sparking caused by a short circuit. Any cleaning should be performed after disconnecting the battery. All electric elements and electronic assemblies can only be cleaned by compressed air or by an anti-static brush.
  3. OPERATION OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ­ Maintenance of the truck’s electrical system should be performed by trained professionals only. Before any maintenance of the electric system, protective measures to avoid electric shock should be taken by disconnecting the battery from the truck.
  4.  WHEELS ­ The condition of the wheels will greatly affect stability and driving performance. Wheels should be replaced in pairs; e.g., both left and right.
  5. LIFTING CHAINS ­ Without lubrication, the lifting chains will wear out prematurely. The time interval in the maintenance manual is applicable for normal operation. In case of poor operating conditions (dust, temperature), it is necessary to increase lubrication accordingly.
  6. HYDRAULIC OIL PIPE ­ The oil pipe should be replaced every six years.
    ULINE Electric Pallet Truck User Guide  & troubleshooting 12NOTE: The maintenance cycle stated in the instruction manual refers to normal conditions with single shift operating. Under dusty conditions, extreme temperatures, or under multiple operating shifts, the maintenance cycle should be shortened accordingly.
    7. Please perform maintenance according to the following table:
CODE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
W1 Every 50 working hours, at least once per week
M3 Every 500 working hours, at least once per 3 months
M6 Every 1,000 working hours, at least once per 6 months
M12 Every 2,000 working hours, at least once per 12 months

TROUBLESHOOTING

OPERATING ISSUE CAUSES RECOMMENDATIONS
The truck does not move Disconnection of battery. Key switch at “0” position. Emergency shut-off switch on. Battery capacity consumed. Check connection of the battery and reconnect if necessary. Put key at “I” position. Release the emergency shut-off Switch. Check battery capacity and charge battery If necessary . Check fuses.
Forks will not raise The control valve is blocked by dirty fluid. Check hydraulic oil and clean the control valve. Replace hydraulic oil if necessary.
Traveling too slow Battery capacity low Check battery capacity indicator: Charge If necessary.

For all other issues please contact Uline Customer Service at 1-800-295-5510.

MAINTENANCE LIST

Maintenance Time Interval
Standard = ● W M M M
Refrigerated Location = ■ 1 3 6 12
Chassis and Truck Frame 1.1 Inspect any damage of bearings
1.2 Inspect all joints and bolts
Drive Train 2.1 Inspect any leakage in the driving system
2.2 Inspect oil level of the driving system
2.3 Lubricate moving parts
Wheels 3.1 Inspect for general wear and damage
 

3.2

Inspect bearings inside wheels and ensure fit with wheels  

Steering System 4.1 Inspect steering operation motion
Braking System 5.1 Inspect reset function
5.2 Inspect wear of brake wheel
5.3 Inspect brake connection; adjust if necessary
Lifting Equipment 6.1 Inspect for any blockage of loading wheel
6.2 Inspect any wear or damage to edge of forks
Hydraulic System 7.1 Inspect any leakage or damage to all joints
7.2 Inspect any leakage or damage to hydraulic cylinder
7.3 Inspect oil capacity
7.4 Replace hydraulic oil and filter
7.5 Inspect adjustment function of the pressure regulator

MAINTENANCE LIST CONTINUD 

Maintenance Time Interval
Standard = ● W M M M
Refrigerated Location = ■ 1 3 6 12
Chassis and Truck Frame 1.1 Inspect any damage of bearings
1.2 Inspect all joints and bolts
Electrical System 8.1 Inspect connection of all cables
8.2 Inspect amperage of fuse
 

8.3

Inspect safety, reliability and function of switches and unlocking cam equipment
8.4 Inspect connector; replace the worn part if necessary
8.5 Inspect function of alarm equipment
Motor 9.1 Inspect wearing state of carbon brush
9.2 Inspect safety of motor attachment
9.3 Clean motor frame; inspect wear of commutator
Battery 10.1 Inspect capacity of acid and voltage of battery
 

10.2

Inspect safety device of connection terminal, apply grease if necessary
10.3 Clean battery connector; inspect compactness of fit
 

10.4

Inspect for damage to battery cable; replace if necessary
Lubrication 11.1 Inspect and lubricate all parts as necessary
Integrated Measurement 12.1 Inspect the grounding of the electrical system
12.2 Inspect driving speed and braking distance
12.3 Inspect lifting and lowering speed
12.4 Inspect emergency shut-off

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