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EDI-3

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Automatic lift truck impact detection with authorized access control, with optional onboard weighing scale

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EDI-3

  1. 1. Installation & Operation EDI-3 Defender Series Lift Truck On-board Access Control With Impact Detection & Monitoring Version:ED!- 3 V2 Integrated Visual Data Technology Inc. 3439 Whilabout Terrace, Oakville, Ontario, Canada L6L 0A7 www.skidweigh.com
  2. 2. General Installation Guide This EDI-3 installation & set up guide describes how to install the unit, input for low / high impact values and use of your lift truck on-board impact detection system. Following the instructions in this guide will enable you to get your system operating quickly and easily. In the event that you require additional assistance, please contact customer support via e- mail at support@skidweigh.com , visit www.skidweigh.com or contact us at the address or contact number below: Integrated Visual Data Technology Inc. 3439 Whilabout Terrace, Oakville, ON, Canada, L6L 0A7 Phone: 905-469-0985 Safety Always disconnect the vehicle battery while installing any of the Defender systems or any other electronic product. Route the cables where they will be protected. Use commonly accepted install practices for after market industrial vehicle electronic devices. The installation of the Defender systems should only be performed by an acknowledged lift truck dealer technician or end user electro and hydraulic technical installer. Here are two acceptable methods of making a wire connections: * Soldering your connections (recommended) * Crimp connectors (with the use of the proper crimping tool) Regardless of the method you choose, ensure that the connection is mechanically sound and properly insulated. Use high quality electrical tape and shrink tubing where necessary. This product is connected directly to the vehicle’s ignition switch, 12 to 55 V DC. There is no on-off switch on the unit. Electro-Magnetic Compatibility CE conformity to EC directive 89/336 (EMC) by application of harmonized standards: Interference stability EN 61000-6-2 and EN 61326-1 interference emit EN 61000-6-3, EN 61326-1 for the pressure transducer. EDI-3 Defender Series Our policy is one of continuous improvement and the information in this document is subject to change without notice. Check that software version displayed on LCD is the one applicable for your application. Overview of components The standard EDI-3 Defender system consist of digital indicator, wiring harness and mounting bracket. The optional are the USB memory stick, cellular modem and onboard check weighing system, two independent weighing channels and custom, parts count by weight and overload visual warning. Visual Warnings The standard EDI-3 Defender system shows actual G value in increments of 0.5G on LCD display. Integrated Visual Data Technology Inc. 3439 Whilabout Terrace, Oakville, Ontario, Canada L6L 0A7 www.skidweigh.com
  3. 3. Defender installation precautions Do not mount Defender indicator to the dashboard plastic surface. The installation on “soft” surface area will act as a shock absorber and system will not indicate a true impact values. Selecting the mounting location for Defender Mount defender indicator in front of the operator . The LCD display of the indicator must be positioned in direction of the forward travel direction of the vehicle. Digital indicator should be mounted on solid metal surface (dashboard, upper railing, side railing, etc.). Use Defender metal mounting bracket to fasten the system to the vehicle body. Unit should be installed in vertical position LCD display facing lift truck forward traveling direction. Electrical Connections All stand alone Defender systems operate from 12 to 55 V DC. There are only two wires to be connected to the vehicle. RED Wire - Ignition switch Black Wire - Battery negative or vehicle ground Integrated Visual Data Technology Inc. 3439 Whilabout Terrace, Oakville, Ontario, Canada L6L 0A7 www.skidweigh.com
  4. 4. Vehicle Access Control (Valid operator’s ID# required) Defender systems with optional vehicle access control requiring valid operator ID# will have additional two BLACK wires that are used to disable vehicle. The internal relay contacts, S.P.S.T. are normaly open and will remain open until a valid operator ID# is inputed into the system. When system accepts a valid operator ID# the relay contact will close and remain closed until next time vehicle ignition ( power on /off) switch is turned off. Note: Relay and traces on PC board can handle maximum of 2 Amps. If you are disabling vehicle at the electrical point that requires more than 2 A you MUST USE EXTERNAL RELAY. Depending on the vehicle (Electric motor driven or combustion engine powered vehicle) it is up to qualified service technician to use these two wires to disable the vehicle operation in the manner that is safe and acceptable by the industry standard. If not sure what is the best way to disable vehicle, contact the vehicle manufacturer. Defender automatic calibration function Defender systems G force settings are re-calibrated automatically every time power is turned on. Operation Depending on the model, standard Defender system does not reqiire any input from the lift truck operator. The LCD display will show time and date when ignition switch is turned on. There are two lift truck impact detection that will be shown to the operator. The first one is the “LOW impact”, which will be shown to the operator on LCD display. The second one is the “High impact” which will be shown on LCD display, audio alarm will be activated for 10 seconds and the event will be recorder on USB memory stick and / or send to Bolero wireless portal for further analysis. All “High impacts” events will be recorded on Bolero portal, e-mail notification can be send out to designated staff. All impact events are shown to the operator on LCD display in actual G forces. Systems without need for Operator ID# Input Systems that requires Operator ID# Input ( Maximum 3 digits ) Operator Input ID# (Any valid ID# from 1 to 999) Enter valid operator ID# (Max. 3 digits) and press Enter key. Integrated Visual Data Technology Inc. 3439 Whilabout Terrace, Oakville, Ontario, Canada L6L 0A7 www.skidweigh.com
  5. 5. Optional USB Recordings / Wireless Cellular Reporting of “High” Impacts Defender units equipped with USB port will record start and finish of the session (Ignition On and Off) and all of the “Low” and “High impacts” events. With wireless modem all “High” impacts will be recorder on Bolerowireless portal. Default values for “LOW” and “High” impact detections Factory default value for “LOW Impact” is 1.5G and for the “HIGH Impact” is 3G. Default values for “LOW” and “High” impact detections can be changed by the end user Depending on your equipment type, lifting capacity and operational environment the end user can easily change factory default impact values for “LOW” and “High” impact events. It should be noted that “LOW” impact value of 1G or 1.5 G is recommended for majority of operational facilities. It’s only a visual warning to the operator when vehicles are used in “rough” manner. How to change factory set impact values With the LCD display showing date and time, Press and hold for the moment F key. The The LCD display will ask for the ENTER NUMBER. Press number 4 and LCD display will show: ENTER LOW IMPACT 1.500g Press Left or Right arrow to set desired low impact value and than Press Enter Key. After pressing Enter Key the LCD display will advance to ENTER HI IMPACT 2.500g Press Left or Right arrow to set desired High impact value and than Press Enter Key. After pressing Enter Key the LCD display will go back to normal operational mode showing data and time. The new modified G set up is done and the new impact values are saved into the system. Integrated Visual Data Technology Inc. 3439 Whilabout Terrace, Oakville, Ontario, Canada L6L 0A7 www.skidweigh.com
  6. 6. How to set time With the LCD display showing date and time, Press and hold for the moment F key. The The LCD display will ask for the ENTER NUMBER. Press number 3 and LCD display will show time /date as of example shown below : SEP 29, 2012 15:34:16 Cursor will start with month, press left or right arrow to change. When the month is right press enter key to save.The cursor will move to date, year, hours, etc. Keep using left and/or right arrow to get to the right value and press enter key to save the entered values. How to set language (English or French) With the LCD display showing date and time, Press and hold for the moment F key. The The LCD display will ask for the ENTER NUMBER. Press number 5 and LCD display will show: Language English Press Left or Right arrow to set desired language and than Press Enter Key How to program valid operators ID# (Maximum 3 digits ID#) Defender systems with optional vehicle access control has a capability to enter valid ID# into the system. Depending on the end user application and number of operators using the vehicle the system can accept up to 50 valid operators ID#. Factory default is for single operator and valid ID# is 1. 1.Turn power on to the system. The LCD display will show IVDT, Software version and Serial number briefly and ENTER ID NUMBER. ENTER ID NUMBER ID = _ 2. Enter number 999 and press Enter key to start the procedure of the input mode for a valid operator ID#’s Integrated Visual Data Technology Inc. 3439 Whilabout Terrace, Oakville, Ontario, Canada L6L 0A7 www.skidweigh.com
  7. 7. ENTER ID NUMBER ID = 999 3. The LCD display will show ENTER VALID IDS . The ID 1 = _ will be shown on the lower LCD bar. ENTER VALID IDs ID 1 = _ 4. Enter valid first operator ID# (Any number between 1 to 999) Note: If you are entering only one valid operator ID#, than enter that valid number and press F key to exit. If you are entering more than one valid operator ID# , enter the first valid operator number and than press Enter key. The LCD display will automatically advance to ID 2 = _ ENTER VALID IDs ID 2 = _ Enter valid second operator ID# and keep pressing Enter key to advance to third, forth, etc. 5.When entering your last valid ID# (Any number of valid operators ID# , maximum up to 50) press F key to exit. Operational start up Enter valid operator ID# (Only valid operator ID#’s stored into the system). The LCD display will show the time / date screen which is a normal operational mode. Systems with access control/ disable function will allow for vehicle to be operational. SEP 29, 2012 16:34:16 If you enter number that is not in the system the LCD display will show Invalid ID# and vehicle will not be operatable. Integrated Visual Data Technology Inc. 3439 Whilabout Terrace, Oakville, Ontario, Canada L6L 0A7 www.skidweigh.com

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