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Husqvarna SMART 40 Safety And Operating Instructions Manual

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Huskvarna, 2018-03-12
Safety and Operating Instructions
Dear customer,
thank you for choosing a Husqvarna quality product. We hope that you will genuinely enjoy it.
Please note that the enclosed manual contains Atlas Copco references.
The Husqvarna Group is vouching for the quality of this product.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our local sales or service point.
Husqvarna AB
561 82 Huskvarna, Sweden

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  • Page 1 Safety and Operating Instructions Dear customer, thank you for choosing a Husqvarna quality product. We hope that you will genuinely enjoy it. Please note that the enclosed manual contains Atlas Copco references. The Husqvarna Group is vouching for the quality of this product.
  • Page 2 SMART Safety and operating instructions Electronic pokers © 2016 Construction Tools PC AB | No. 9800 1207 01d | 2016-06-21 Original instructions...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Machine data SMART 40 - SMART 65........
  • Page 5 Weights and dimensions SMART 40 - SMART 65........
  • Page 6: Introduction

    SMART Safety and operating instructions Introduction Thank you for choosing a product from Atlas Copco. Since 1873, we have been committed to finding new and better ways of fulfilling our customers' needs. Through the years, we have developed innovative and ergonomic product designs that have helped customers improve and rationalize their daily work.
  • Page 7: Safety Instructions

    Safety and operating instructions SMART Safety instructions Work area safety To reduce the risk of serious injury or death to WARNING General power tools safety yourself or others, read and understand the Safety warnings and operating instruction before installing, operating, Keep work area clean and well lit.
  • Page 8: Personal Safety

    SMART Safety and operating instructions Personal safety Power tool use and care WARNING General power tools safety WARNING General power tools safety warnings warnings Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use Do not force the power tool. Use the correct power ►...
  • Page 9: Working Area

    Safety and operating instructions SMART Working area WARNING Electrical safety There is a risk of electrical shock if the electrical cable is not treated correctly, if the machine is DANGER Explosion hazard damaged or modified. This can lead to serious If a warm machine comes into contact with injuries or death.
  • Page 10: Drugs, Alcohol Or Medication

    SMART Safety and operating instructions Protective gloves ● WARNING Dust and fume hazard Dusts and/or fumes generated or dispersed when ● Proper protective boots using the machine may cause serious and permanent Appropriate work overall or similar clothing (not ● respiratory disease, illness, or other bodily injury (for loose-fitting) that covers your arms and legs.
  • Page 11: Operating, Precautions

    Safety and operating instructions SMART Avoid eating, drinking, and using tobacco products ► WARNING Projectiles in areas where there is dust or fumes. Failure of the work piece, of accessories, or even of the machine itself may generate high velocity ►...
  • Page 12: Maintenance, Precautions

    SMART Safety and operating instructions WARNING Vibration hazards WARNING Noise hazard Normal and proper use of the machine exposes the High noise levels can cause permanent and disabling operator to vibration. Regular and frequent exposure hearing loss and other problems such as tinnitus to vibration may cause, contribute to, or aggravate (ringing, buzzing, whistling, or humming in the ears).
  • Page 13: Overview

    Safety and operating instructions SMART Overview Labels To reduce the risk of serious injury or death to The machine is fitted with labels containing important yourself or others, read the Safety instructions information about personal safety and machine section found on the previous pages of this maintenance.
  • Page 14: Safety Label

    SMART Safety and operating instructions 1. Allow the vibrator to penetrate about 15 cm (6 Safety label in.) down into the nearest lower layer to ensure that the various layers merge well with each other. 2. Fill the concrete evenly in the form work in 30 - 50 cm (12 - 19 in.) layers.
  • Page 15: Maintenance

    A 2. Wait 30 seconds. SMART 28E 3. Press the switch to start the converter. If the SMART 40 / 26.50 converter started again, it was overloaded due SMART 40 / 6.60 to a defective mechanical part or the poker got stuck in the steel reinforcement.
  • Page 16: Vibrating Head

    SMART Safety and operating instructions Vibrating head The vibrating head is maintenance free and lubricated with oil. When replacing the vibrating head it must be lubricated with the right amount of oil. The end cap of the vibrating head is glued and must be tightened and glued in the right way.
  • Page 17: Vibrating Element Smart40, 48, 56 And 65

    Safety and operating instructions SMART 1. Unscrew the reducer (A) from the stator tube (B) Vibrating element SMART40, (left hand thread). The stator is glued inside the 48, 56 and 65 tube. 2. Remove the complete tube (C) including the end Disassembly cap from the stator tube (B).
  • Page 18: Disconnecting The Vibrating Head

    SMART Safety and operating instructions The electronic and electrical devices may contain Disconnecting the vibrating potentially hazardous substances. Do not dispose head of them in the nature. Dispose them according to local laws and regulations for the country of use. According to the European directives RoHS 1.
  • Page 19: Troubleshooting

    Safety and operating instructions SMART Troubleshooting Problem Cause Solution The SMART stops during operation. The RCD breaker has detected a fault. Check the cables or converter. Replace the cable or converter. The SMART stops during operation. The SMART microprocessor has detected a Check for short circuit between the phases fault.
  • Page 20: Technical Data

    SMART Safety and operating instructions Technical data Machine data SMART 40 - SMART 65 SMART Voltage, (V) Phases Frequency, (Hz) 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 Power, (W) 1,170 1,800 Amperage, (A) 230V/115V 2.5/5 4.5/9 6.4/12.8 Protection IPX4 IPX7 IPX7 IPX7 Speed at full load, r.p.m.
  • Page 21: Noise Data

    SMART 40E SMART 48E SMART 56E Noise level measured in air at 1m from the poker according to EN ISO 3744. Uncertainty: ± 3dB Weights and dimensions SMART 40 - SMART 65 SMART Converter weight, kg (lbs) 2.8 (6.17) 2.8 (6.17) 2.8 (6.17)
  • Page 22: Ec Declaration Of Conformity

    SMART Safety and operating instructions EC Declaration of Conformity EC Declaration of Conformity We, Construction Tools PC AB, hereby declare that the machines listed below conform to the provisions of EC Directive 2006/42/EC (Machinery Directive), 2006/95/EC (Low voltage), 2004/108/EC (EMC), 2002/96/EC, 2011/65/EU RoHS 2, and the harmonised standards mentioned below.
  • Page 25 Any unauthorized use or copying of the contents or any part thereof is prohibited. This applies in particular to trademarks, model denominations, part numbers, and drawings. www.atlascopco.com...

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