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NOTES FOR READING THE KALMAR RT 240 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS
Here are several observations and rules for navigating through the Kalmar RT 240 electrical diagrams. Knowing these
simple facts about the diagrams should make your understanding of the RT 240 electrical system easier.
RT240 MODEL DESIGNATION
The electrical diagrams include notes and designations for the differences between the original RT 240 model (3998) the
RESET model (3998R) and the Version 2 model (7364).
Each diagram number begins with a capital "A", five digits, a decimal point and then 0200; A34647.0200.
The easiest way to identify a diagram is to focus on the last two numbers before the decimal point; A34647.0200
The table of contents also lists each diagram with a figure number.
Each diagram consists of one or several pages. Each diagram page has the figure number, title of the diagram and then
the diagram number in parentheses. The page number of each multi-page diagram is indicated by: Page 1 of 3, Page 2 of 3, and
Figure 1. ECS Display/CAN-BUS (A34647.200) Page 1 of 3.
Figure 1. ECS Display/CAN-BUS (A34647.0200) Page 2 of 3.
These diagrams are known as "Ladder Schematics". Most diagrams will have vertical lines on each side of the page. The
lines on the left are generally "Positive" battery voltage and the line on the right is generally "Negative" battery ground. All
the lines in between are switch and load components. See example below.