Allmand Marine Lighting 8330 user manual

User manual for the device Allmand Marine Lighting 8330

Device: Allmand Marine Lighting 8330
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NIGHT-LITE
6330 AND 8330
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
ALLMAND BROS. INC
P.O. BOX 888
HOLDREGE, NE 68949
PHONE: 308/995-4495, 1-800/562-1373
ALLMAND FAX: 308/995-5887
ALLMAND PARTS FAX: 308/995-4883
NIGHT- LITE SERIES
For Parts and Updates visit Allmand on the Web at www.allmand.com
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INSPECTION CHECK LIST FOR PREPARING THE NIGHT-LITE 6330 FOR DELIVERY OR RENTAL The NIGHT-LITE 6330 requires service as well as proper operation in order to provide the performance and safety it has been designed for. Never deliver or put a machine into service with known defects or missing instructions or decals. Always instruct the customer in the proper operation and safety procedures as described in the operator’s manual. Always provide the manual with the equipment for proper and safe op

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TABLE OF CONTENTS INSPECTION CHECK LIST ..................................................................................................... 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS ........................................................................................................... 3 INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................... 4 SAFETY SYMBOL INFORMATION ....................................................................

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INTRODUCTION This manual provides the information necessary for the safe operation of the Allmand Bros., Inc., NIGHT-LITE 6330 light tower. The NIGHT-LITE 6330 standard tower configuration is operated by a two manual crank winches or single electric winch used to erect, extend, and lower the tower. Specific operating instructions and specifications are contained in this publication to familiarize the operator and maintenance personnel with the correct and safe procedures necessary to maintain

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SAFETY AND WARNING DECALS ! SAFETY WARNING Refer to these representations of the safety ALWAYS REPLACE ANY SAFETY AND INSTRUC- warning decals used on the MAXI-LITE to TION DECALS THAT BECOME DAMAGED, PAINTED, insure correct ordering if replacing be- comes necessary. OR OTHERWISE ILLEGIBLE. PART NO. D-264 PART NO. D-151 PART NO. D-249 Location: Inside left hand Location: Inside left hand Location: Inside left hand door panel. door panel of Lister Petter door panel of Kubota engine engine units. u

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SAFETY AND WARNING DECALS 6

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SAFETY AND WARNING DECALS 7

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MANUAL WINCH MAST OPERATION DESCRIPTION OF OPERATION TO ERECT MAST AND RAISE The Allmand NIGHT-LITE 6330 tower LIGHTS 1. Extend both side outrigger jacks, rear jack assembly consists of a three section tele- and tongue jack to stabilize and level the scoping mast which can be raised and trailer. extended by operating two hand crank NOTE: Jacks should be placed only on winches. One winch, mounted with the firm footing. handle extending through the side of the trailer frame, raises and lowers the

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MANUAL WINCH MAST OPERATION ! 6. Operate the hand crank on the side of the SAFETY WARNING trailer counterclockwise to fold the mast IF THE TOWER CANNOT BE ROTATED down into the towing position. AFTER LOOSENING THE BLACK KNOB, CHECK TO ASSURE THE LOWER NOTE: Sufficient load (75 lb. min ) must LATCH IS ENGAGED IN THE STRIKE be applied to the cable to overcome PLATE. THIS DOUBLE LATCH FEATURE internal resistance and operate the PREVENTS THE TOWER FROM BEING brake properly. Insufficient load will

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STRONG ARM ELECTRIC WINCH MAST OPERATION BEFORE RAISING MAST, VISUALLY INSPECT EQUIP- DESCRIPTION OF OPERATION MENT FOR DAMAGE OR WEAR. FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF ALL OPERATING PARTS BY STUDYING THIS The Allmand NIGHT-LITE 6330 tower assem- MANUAL. OBSERVE ALL CAUTION DECALS LO- bly consists of a three section telescoping CATED ON EQUIPMENT mast which can be raised and extended by TO ERECT MAST AND RAISE operating a single electric winch mounted LIGHTS inside the en

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STRONG ARM ELECTRIC WINCH MAST OPERATION ! 6. Operate the hand crank on the side of the SAFETY WARNING trailer counterclockwise to fold the mast IF THE TOWER CANNOT BE ROTATED down into the towing position. AFTER LOOSENING THE BLACK KNOB, CHECK TO ASSURE THE LOWER NOTE: Sufficient load (75 lb. min ) must LATCH IS ENGAGED IN THE STRIKE be applied to the cable to overcome PLATE. THIS DOUBLE LATCH FEATURE internal resistance and operate the PREVENTS THE TOWER FROM BEING brake properly. Insufficie

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SPECIFICATIONS NOTE. In testing the Lister-Petter engine at the factory, the manufacturer uses an oil for moderate and low temperatures. This oil is specially formulated to assist in the break in period, and we would like it to be left in the engine for the first 100 hours. Additional information on fuel and lubrication specifications is found in the Lister Petter Industrial Engine Operators Handbook. See the KUBOTA 905 EBG1 or 1105 EBG1 Engine Operators Handbook or the PERKINS 103-10 Engine Ope

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SPECIFICATIONS BEFORE STARTING NOTE: At temperatures below 30 F. depress the preheat switch for approximately one minute 1. Fill the engine with the right grade of lubricating oil before going on to step 3. (see pg. 19) and to correct level (check dipstick). 3. Depress start switch until the engine fires. 2. Ensure there is an adequate supply of fuel. Release 3. Ensure that the air cleaner is firmly attached, start assist switch and start switch as soon as the air canister seals and the hose cla

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MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBERING SYSTEM SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION Trailer: All NIGHT-LITE 6330 models have a serial number plate located just below the rear tower support on the rear panel. Generator: Plate attached to the side of the generator housing. Engine: Plate attached to the engine. LPW – 3 Top of intake manifold. KUBOTA D905-BG and D1105-BG Left side, between manifold and starter. ISUZU 3LB1 and PERKINS 103-10: Upper right front corne

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SPECIFICATIONS NOTE: A trailer equipped with Metal Halide ELECTRICAL lights and a trailer equipped with High Pres- Hard wired electrical circuits Easily serviceable componentized ballast sure Sodium lights use different ballasts and assemblies. starters. Therefore, it is not advisable to Ground rod. interchange bulb types. Hour meter. MAST Voltmeter (optional) External 120V and 240V outlets (optional). Three-section steel tube mast, which extends to 30 feet. The mast is extended FLOOD LIGHT ASSE

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SPECIFICATIONS NIGHT-LITE 6330 DIMENSIONS However, if the running ambient temperatures Height lowered: 6’6" (1.98 m) are much higher than the starting tempera- Height extended: 30’ (9.14 m) tures, a compromise must Length: 14’9” (4.49 m) be made and a higher viscosity oil used Width: 6’4”(1.92 m) (provided starting is satisfactory). Multigrade Outrigger width: 11’6”(3.5 m) oils overcome the problem, p

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SPECIFICATIONS LPW-3 ENGINE KUBOTA D 1105-EBG1 ENGINE LISTER LPW-3 Alpha Series, direct injection 3 Cylinder Kubota D1105-EBG1, indirect injection 3 Cylinder Displacement: 85.13 cu. (1396.13 cc) Displacement: 68.53 cu. (1.1 cm) Bore: 3.38 in. (8.6 cm) Bore: 3.07 in. (78 mm) Stroke: 3.15 in.(8.0 cm) Stroke:

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CONTROLS AND COMPONENTS NOTE: COMPONENTS SHOWN ARE STANDARD. PICTURES MAY VARY WITH DIFFERENT OPTIONS. FIGURE 1 FIGURE 2 FIG. 1. A.C. CONTROL PANEL FIG. 2. D.C. CONTROL PANEL 4. Voltmeter (optional) 1. Switch, Circuit Breaker (Lights 1 through 4) Indicates charging circuit voltage 2. Switch, Circuit Breaker (24OV Receptacle) 5. Hour Meter 3. Switch, Circuit Breaker (120\/ Receptacles) Shows total elapsed hours of engine operation. 6. Momentary Contact Switch (Electric Winch Mod

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CONTROLS AND COMPONENTS NOTE: COMPONENTS SHOWN ARE STANDARD. PICTURES MAY VARY WITH DIFFERENT OPTIONS. FIG. 3 BALLAST PANEL FIG. 4 CONVENIENCE PANEL 11. Ballast, Capacitors 1 through 4 13. 120 Volt/ 15 Amp Outlet Receptacles 12. Ballast, Transformers 1 through 4 (Ground fault) 14. 240 Volt/ 15 Amp D.C. Outlet Receptacle 15. Power Cord Access Hole ! SAFETY WARNING FAILURE TO UNDERSTAND AND COMPLY WITH SAFETY RELATED INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN INJURY TO THE OPERATOR OR OTHERS. IF

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CONTROLS AND COMPONENTS NOTE: COMPONENTS SHOWN ARE STANDARD. PICTURES MAY VARY WITH DIFFERENT OPTIONS. FIG. 5 GROUND ROD 16. Ground Rod Ground rod should be attached to grounding lug with wire provided and ground rod and then driven fully into the earth for adequate electrical ground, as required by local, state, or national electrical code. FIG. 6 ENGINE (Left Side) 17. Air Cleaner 18. Fuel Filter 19. Fuel Lift Pump 20. Fuse (10 Amp) 21. Oil fill 22. Stop Solenoid 23. Oil Filter FIG. 7 ENGI


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