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Cervis Safety Precautions

Cervis Safety Precautions

 

  • Failure to abide by Safety Precautions may cause equipment failure, loss of authority to operate the equipment, and personal injury.
  • Use and maintain proper wiring. Follow equipment manufacturer instructions. Improper, loose, and frayed wiring can cause system failure, equipment damage, and intermittent operation.
  • Equipment changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer will void the warranty.
  • Equipment owner/operators must abide by all applicable Federal, State, and Local laws concerning equipment installation and operation. Failure to comply could result in penalties and could void user authority to operate the equipment.
  • Make sure that the machinery and surrounding area is clear before operating. Do not activate the remote control system until you are certain that it is safe to do so.
  • Turn off the remote control and disconnect power from the base unit before attempting any maintenance. This will prevent accidental operation of the controlled machinery.
  • Power can safely be disconnected from the remote by removing the source power (batteries) from the unit.
  • Power can be removed from the base unit by disconnecting the source power from the circuit.
  • Use a damp cloth to keep units clean. Remove mud, concrete, dirt, etc. after use to prevent obstructing or clogging the buttons, levers, wiring, and switches.
  • Do not allow liquid to enter the remote control or base unit enclosures. Do not use high-pressure equipment to clean the remote control or base unit.
  • Disconnect the base unit before welding on the machine. Failure to disconnect the base unit may cause destruction of or damage to the base unit.
  • Operate and store units only within the specified operation and storage temperatures defined in your documentation.
  • If the radio system is employed on a machine with a safety circuit (stop button, crash bar, etc.), you must ensure that the safety circuit is still completely functional after the radio system is wired into the control circuits of the machine.

Sean Mulzet

Chief Executive Officer, Director of Product Management

Kevin R. Hadley

President, Director of Sales, Marketing, and Customer Service

Wayne Koening

Director of Production

Anthony M. Di Tommasso

Director of Product Development, Quality, and Finance

Kevin R. Hadley

President, Director of Sales, Marketing, and Customer Service

Randy Butter

Vice President of Sales

Keith Stauffer

Executive Sales Manager

Chris Monday

Inside Sales Coordinator

RMA Administration

RMA Service
Administrator

Technical Service

Technical Service Manager

Repair Service

Senior Service Technician
170 THORN HILL ROAD
WARRENDALE, PA 15086
724-741-9000 • info@cervis.net