(1) STIC Control
The STIC Control controls the following machine functions: Steering, Direction Control and Speed Control.
Push upshift switch (1A) in order to shift the machine into the next highest speed.
Push downshift switch (1B) in order to shift the machine into the next lowest speed.
- "1" indicates First Speed.
- "2" indicates Second Speed.
- "3" indicates Third Speed.
- "4" indicates Fourth Speed.
Note: When the parking brake is engaged, the machine cannot be shifted into first gear.
REVERSE - Move the top of the trigger switch (1C) to "R". This position will enable the machine to move in the reverse direction.
NEUTRAL - Move the trigger switch (1C) to "N". This position will disengage the transmission.
FORWARD - Move the bottom of the trigger switch (1C) to "F". This position will enable the machine to move in the forward direction.
The active transmission direction will be shown on the speedometer.
Note: The steering frame lock must be in the unlocked position in order to steer the machine.
Move the STIC control to the right of the center position in order to steer the machine to the right.
Move the STIC control to the left of the center position in order to steer the machine to the left.
Note: When you release the STIC control, the STIC control will return to the center position. However, the machine will maintain the current travel direction.
Move the lock lever (1D) all the way to the left in order to mechanically lock the STIC control. The transmission controls will be electronically locked.
Move the lock lever (1D) all the way to the front in order to unlock the STIC control. The transmission controls will unlock.
Push down the knob (2A) in order to move the control console forward or backward. Release the knob in order to lock the console into position.
Turn the knobs (2B) counterclockwise in order to adjust the height and the angle of the armrest. Turn the knobs clockwise in order to secure the armrest in the position that is desired.
This function shuts down the engine after the operator is not operating the machine for a period of time. This function does not shut down other systems, such as AC, which can run down the battery after idle shutdown. This function can be enabled or disabled by a AVSpare dealer technician. Engine Idle Shutdown may be required for local regulations.
The Engine Idle Shutdown (EIS) shuts down the engine if the following conditions are met:
- The parking brake is applied.
- Release the service brake.
- Release the throttle pedal.
- Gear in neutral
- The implement is not active.
Engine Idle Shutdown - The control limits the engine speed to 1000 RPM at 20 seconds before shutdown, sounds the alarm and turns on the action lamp.
An operator can move one of the controls in order to cancel a shutdown. Using the brake pedal to cancel a shutdown is the recommended option for the operator.