Linde Electric Forklift Truck Type 336 Explosion Protected: E25, E30 Service Training Manual

Linde Electric Forklift Truck Type 336 Explosion Protected: E25, E30 Service Training Manual

Original Illustrated Factory Service Training Manual For Linde Electric Forklift Truck 336 EX (Explosion Protected) Series

Covered models:
E25
E30

Format: PDF, 164 pages
Language: English

Table of contents:

0 General
0.1 Instructions
0.2 Explosion protection measures on the vehicle
0.2.1 Battery
0.2.2 Electric installation
0.2.3 Tyres / Driver’s seat
0.2.4 Dashboard
0.2.5 Instruments
0.2.6 Fork arms
0.3 Tests for explosion protected industrial trucks acc. to Elex-V as

per P
0.4 Tests of explosion protected installations at three year intervals
0.5 Screw torque for pressure proofed housing covers
0.6 Special tools
1 Drive motor
1.1 Drive motor 80 V
1.1.1 Technical data
1.1.2 General
1.1.3 Inspection and replacement of carbon brushes in drive motors
1.1.4 Cleaning the drive motors
2 Drive – transmission
2.1 Disassembling the drive axle
2.2 Removal and assembly of the motor at the wheel drive unit
2.3 Assembling the drive axle
2.4 Replacing the speed sensor on the drive motor
3 Vehicle design
3.1 Driver’s seat
3.1.1 Checking the leakage resistance of the driver’s seat
3.1.2 Seat switch explosion protected
3.1.3 Removing and installing the seat switch
4 Steering system and wheels
4.1 Servostat
4.2 Curve sensors
4.2.1 Adjusting the curve sensors
4.2.2 Removing and installing a curve sensor
4.3 Drive wheels
4.3.1 Checking the leakage resistance of the drive wheels
5 Control elements
5.1 Travel control
5.1.1 Accelerator Sensor
5.1.2 Checking the output signals of the accelerator sensor in the

intrinsically safe cir
5.1.3 Removing and installing the accelerator sensor
5.2 Brake control
5.2.1 Renew the brake Pads
5.2.2 Adjusting the foot brake
5.2.3 Adjusting the hand brake
6 Electrical system
6.1 Pressure resistant fully enclosed housing
6.1.1 Maintenance on pressure resistant housings
6.1.2 Control housing
6.1.3 Pressure resistant housing for Exciter resistor 1R2 (Up to

10.96)
6.1.4 Pressure resistant housing for voltage transformer
6.2 Checking the sealing function of PG-fittings
6.3 Checking condition and tight fit of electric cables
6.4 Checking the insulation resistance of the electrical system
6.5 Intrinsically safe electric circuits
6.5.1 Buffer amplifier, function and description
6.5.2 Internal circuit diagram of a buffer amplifier
6.5.3 Checking the function of the buffer amplifiers
6.5.4 Replacing the buffer amplifier
6.6 Function and description of the Zener barrier
6.6.1 Terminal designation on the Zener barrier
6.6.2 Internal circuit diagram of the Zener barrier
6.6.3 Checking the internal resistance of the Zener barriers
6.6.4 General function of the Zener diodes
6.6.5 Checking the output signals in the intrinsically safe circuit
6.7 Power supply
6.7.1 Monitoring unit 1V1 and release signal
6.8 Insulation monitoring 3V3 (Option)
6.8.1 Insulation monitoring (3V3) fault detection
6.8.2 Insulation monitoring 3V3 after 94/9 EG (ATEX 100)
6.8.3 Checking the insulation monitoring 3V3
6.8.4 Insulation monitoring 3V3 fault detection
6.9 Circuit diagrams up to 08/97
6.9.1 Main electric circuit for driving, lifting
6.9.2 Electric control circuit for driving
6.9.3 Intrinsically safe circuit – buffer amplifier and Zener barriers
6.9.4 Intrinsically safe circuit – carbon brush wear indicator
6.9.6 Auxiliary electrics – lighting and working head lights
6.9.7 Terminal strip X1 – not intrinsically safe circuits (up to

08/97)
6.9.8 Terminal strip X2 intrinsically safe circuits (up to 08/97)
6.10 Electric diagrams from 09/97
6.10.1 Main electric circuit for driving, lifting
6.10.2 Electric control circuit for driving
6.10.3 Intrinsically safe circuit – buffer amplifiers and Zener

barriers
6.10.4 Intrinsically safe circuit – carbon brush wear indicator
6.10.5 Carbon brush monitoring
6.10.6 Auxiliary electrics – lighting and working head lights
6.10.7 Terminal strip X1 – Not intrinsically safe circuits (From

09/97)
6.10.8 Terminal strip X2 intrinsically safe circuits (from 09/97)
6.11 Circuit diagrams from 7/98
6.9.1 Main electric circuit for driving, lifting
6.11.2 Electric control circuit for driving
6.11.3 Intrinsically safe circuit – buffer amplifiers and Zener

barriers
6.11.4 Intrinsically safe circuit – carbon brush wear indicator
6.11.5 Carbon brush monitoring
6.11.6 Auxiliary electrics – lighting and working head lights
6.11.7 Terminal strip X1 – not intrinsically safe circuits (from 07/98

w/o Atex)
6.11.8 Terminal strip X2 intrinsically safe circuits (from 07/98)
6.12 Circuit diagrams from 08/98 (94/9 EG)
6.12.1 Main electric circuit for driving, lifting
6.12.2 Electric control circuit for driving
6.12.3 Intrinsically safe circuit – Buffer amplifier and Zener

barriers
6.12.4 Intrinsically safe circuit – Carbon brush wear indicator
6.12.5 Carbon brush monitoring
6.12.6 Auxiliary electrics – lighting and working head lights
6.12.7 Terminal strip X1 – Not intrinsically safe circuits (from 08/98

ATEX)
6.12.8 Terminal strip X2 intrinsically safe circuit (from 08/98 ATEX)
6.13 Illustration of components in pressure resistant housings
6.13.1 Pressure resistant control housing
6.14 Pressure resistant transformer housing
7 Hydraulic system
7.1 General
7.2 Pump motor
7.2.1 Technical Data
7.2.2 Removing and installing the pump motor
7.2.3 Changing the carbon brushes in the pump motor
7.2.4 Disassembly of the hydraulic pump
7.2.5 Speed sensor for Pump motor (2B8)
7.3 Displacement transducer

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