For use in towing operation: The ErgoMove® 2000T

Recuperative system and emergency release

Recuperation of the battery during towing operation

The ErgoMove® 2000T version is also suitable for towing at up to 16 km/h. Another advantage is that the battery recharges during the towing operation by means of a recuperative system. Battery charging is reduced to a minimum with regular use and sufficient travel distance.

The electro-magnetic brake system must be released in towing operation in order to prevent damage to the electric drive casters. For this purpose, ErgoMove® 2000T has an emergency release for the brakes.

When installing the set, the brakes need to be connected with the emergency release.

  Cam (path = 12 mm)* 
  Bowden cables to the brakes*
  Set screws for Bowden cable cover, outer diameter 3 mm         
  Electric coupling switch

* The cam and the Bowden cables are not included in the scope of supply. The cam needs to be installed on the draw-bar in such a way that the emergency release is activated in the raised position.

Functioning of the emergency release

The draw-bar is lowered on the trolley while attaching it to a trailer. A cam attached to the trolley draw-bar moves the plunger of the emergency release. This causes the brakes to release mechanically. The control is activated in towing operation by means of the electric coupling switch.

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