Presentation on theme: "Sway Control System – Series 2 (SCS-S2) Leading the Way in Innovative Product Development."— Presentation transcript:
Sway Control System – Series 2 (SCS-S2) Leading the Way in Innovative Product Development
SCS – S2 – What is it? Load Sway Control – What is it? Custom software embedded in Impulse Series 3 drives designed to integrate seamlessly with existing features and special functions. Provides an affordable solution to any overhead crane that has a need for: Improved Productivity Enhanced Safety Reduction in Damaged Material No Black Boxes required
SCS-S2 Features & Benefits Easy to Install and Configure – No need to have an Engineer on site to tune the system Very few components required Works with Multiple Hoists on the same Bridge Does not require an absolute encoder or feedback device for hook height for the system to work Programmable / selectable operating heights Integrates seamlessly with Impulse VG+ Hoist drive for optional continuous Height Measurement and added flexibility Allows for Offsets and changes in center of gravity by various sling lengths, below the hook attachments and loads Allows for synchronized center of gravity when the crane is used in a tandem lift. Integrates seamlessly with special functions such as Micro Speed, Reverse Plug Simulation and End of Travel Limits
SCS-S2 Notes System Limitations Consult Factory for lifts greater than 100 Available for Impulse G+ Series 3 ONLY Consult factory for VG+ application review System must be at rest prior to Enabling / Disabling SCS-S2. (It will remain in previous state if switched during motion) Spare parts Spare drive or control board have separate part #s for tracking purposes Because these parts include SCS-S2 technology, they are priced accordingly.
SCS-S2 Competition Competitive Comparisons –Kone purchased IP from Innocrane –Requires Monkey on a String –Requires external Hardware such as a PLC or Black Box –Price – Very Expensive to repair or get parts –Support is limited
SCS-S2 Interconnect Typical Swing Control System Diagram