Braun NL Series manual

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Table of contents for the manual

  • Page 1

    Operator's Manual W A RN I N G Read manual before operating lift. Failure to do so may result i[...]

  • Page 2

    Congratulations W e at The Braun Corporation wish to expr ess our fullest appreciation on your new p[...]

  • Page 3

    Page 1 Contents W arranty/Registration Instructions .................. 2, 3 Lift T erminology Lift T[...]

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    Page 2 W arranty and Registration Instructions Immediately upon receiving your lift, examine the uni[...]

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    Page 3 W arranty and Registration Instructions Model No. Series No. Serial No. Pump Code Cylinder Co[...]

  • Page 6

    Page 4 UN FO LD FO LD DOWN UP 3 2 8 1 9 3 2 8 2 0 Pump Module Hand-Held Pendant Control Base Plate T[...]

  • Page 7

    Page 5 Lift T erminology Introduction: Braun NL Millennium Series lifts are ADA compliant and comply[...]

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    Page 6 Lift T erminology Lift T erminology Lift Frame: The lift frame con- sists of the base plate, [...]

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    Page 7 Lift T erminology V ehicle and Lift Interlocks Braun Corporation NL917IB Series lifts comply [...]

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    Page 8 Lift T erminology F . FOLD (In) - Platform Fold: Fold is the action of the platform URWDWLQJ?[...]

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    Page 9 Safety Symbols Lift Operation Safety SAF E TY FIRST! Know That.... C CAUTION This symbol indi[...]

  • Page 12

    Page 10 Lift Operation Safety Precautions W A RN I N G If the lift operating instructions, manual op[...]

  • Page 13

    Page 1 1 W A RN I N G Whenever a wheelchair passenger (or standee) is on the platform, the: • Pass[...]

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    Page 12 Lift Operation Safety Lift attendants must ensure that lift occupants keep hands, arms and a[...]

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    Page 13 Lift Operation Safety W A RN I N G Accidental activation of control switch(es) may cause uni[...]

  • Page 16

    Page 14 Operation Notes and Details NL Series “Public Use” lift models DUHVSHFLÀFDOOGHVL[...]

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    Page 15 Operation Notes and Details General Safety: The lift operator (attendant) and bystanders mus[...]

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    Page 16 Operation Notes and Details Lift Features W A RN I N G Discontinue lift use immediately if a[...]

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    Page 17 vent the platform from unfolding from the stowed position in the event of platform drift. Du[...]

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    Page 18 Lift Features (continued) Inner Roll Stop Fully-Deployed (vertical) Inner Roll Stop The inne[...]

  • Page 21

    Page 19 Operation Notes and Details horizontal (bridging) position ZKHQLWUHDFKHVYHKLFOH?[...]

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    Page 20 3" Note: Platform must raise approximately three inches before latch engages fully . Ou[...]

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    Page 21 Operation Notes and Details After the platform is fully low- ered, the attendant should con-[...]

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    Page 22 Operation Notes and Details ity of the lift. The lift attendant should not ride on the platf[...]

  • Page 25

    Page 23 Operation Notes and Details cated on the pump-side platform side plate. A yellow boundary VW[...]

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    Page 24 Operation Notes and Details The wheelchair brakes must be locked , the outer barrier must be[...]

  • Page 27

    Page 25 Operation Notes and Details Wheelchair- E quipped Occupant Seat Belts The Braun Corporation [...]

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    Page 26 T ransit agency supervisors should train and educate their lift attendants on the proper use[...]

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    Page 27 W A RN I N G Read and become familiar with all lift operation safety precautions, opera- tio[...]

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    Page 28 Open Door(s) and Secure T o Unfold Platform: Stand clear and press the UN- FOLD switch until[...]

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    Page 29 T o Unload Passenger (continued) : 2 . Press DOWN switch until the en- tire platform reaches[...]

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    Page 30 F E H G Lift Operating Instructions T o Load Passenger: 1 . Read Notes below! Load pas- seng[...]

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    Page 31 J L T o Load Passenger (continued) : 2 . Press UP switch (Photo I ) to fold outer barrier UP[...]

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    Page 32 NHTSA Operations Checklist W A RN I N G Discontinue lift use immediately if any lift or vehi[...]

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    Page 33 Manual Operating Instructions If you experience power or equipment failure, refer to the Man[...]

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    Page 34 Manual Operating Instructions Release V alve maximum 30 inch lbs minimum 15 inch lbs seats ([...]

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    Page 35 Manual Operating Instructions Remove pump cover to access hand pump and pump handle as outli[...]

  • Page 38

    Page 36 Stroking Hand Pump Open (Down) Close (Up/Stop) Up (T o Raise): Manual Operating Instructions[...]

  • Page 39

    Page 37 Manual Operating Instructions T o Store Pump Handle: 1. Insert bottom of handle behind botto[...]

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    Page 38 W A RN IN G LIFT OPERA TING INSTRUCTIONS OPEN DOOR(S) AND SECURE TO UNFOLD PLATFORM: Stand c[...]

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    Page 39 Decals and Antiskid 25580 32410 57 – Outer barrier is not up and latched and ground detect[...]

  • Page 42

    Page 40 Decals and Antiskid 29051 MANUAL OPERA TION T urn w ing 1/4 turn for hand pump access. 29051[...]

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    Page 41 Maintenance and Lubrication Proper maintenance is necessary to ensure safe, troublefree oper[...]

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    Page 42 Maintenance and Lubrication All listed inspection, lubrication and maintenance procedures sh[...]

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    Page 43 Lubrication Diagram UNFO L D F O L D DO W N UP 3 2 8 1 9 3 2 8 2 0 Handrail Pivot Pins (2) L[...]

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    Page 44 Maintenance and Lubrication Schedule 750 Cycles Outer barrier hinge pivot points (2) Outer b[...]

  • Page 47

    Page 45 Apply Light Oil - See Lubrication Diagram Apply Light Oil - See Lubrication Diagram Apply Li[...]

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    Page 46 Maintenance and Lubrication Schedule Perform all procedures listed in previous section also [...]

  • Page 49

    Page 47 Maintenance and Lubrication Schedule Resecure, replace or correct as needed Use Braun 32840-[...]

  • Page 50

    Page 48 Maintenance and Lubrication Schedule Perform all procedures listed in previous section also [...]

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    Page 49 Maintenance and Lubrication Schedule Check to see that the lift is securely anchored to the [...]

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    "Pr oviding Access to the W orld" ® Over 300 Braun Dealers W orldwide[...]

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    Operator's Manual The Braun Corporation of Winamac, Indiana, warrants its wheelchair lift again[...]