Prostar Hoist - Control Station
Lightweight, quiet and portable: The CM Prostar electric chain motor with robust features is designed and built for the unique rigging needs encountered at small venues like theatres, hotels, exhibitions, and conferences.
|KEY #||PART #||DESCRIPTION||QTY|
|620-176||20675||Control Cord Assembly (10 ft. Lift)||1|
|20676||Control Cord Assembly (15 ft. Lift)||1|
|20677||Control Cord Assembly (20 ft. Lift)||1|
|624-232||36900B||Control Station (Includes 624-301 through 624-307)||1|
|624-252||24842||Warning Label (Electrical)||1|
|624-301||36989||Control Station Grommet||1|
|624-302||36998B||Control Station Housing||1|
|624-304||36988||Control Station Button Assembly||1|
|624-306||36939||Control Station Parts Kit||1|
|624-307||36987||Contact Assembly (Includes 624-304)||1|
If the hook does not respond to control station, please check the potential causes below and read Prostar Hoist User Manual for a solution:
- No voltage at the hoist.
- Open control circuit due to loose connections or broken wires in the circuit; motor thermal protector open; control station contacts not closing; open or shorted winding in transformer; transformer thermal cut-out open; mechanical binding in contactor; open or shorted winding in contactor coil.
- Wrong voltage or frequency.
- Low voltage.
- Brake not releasing due to the open or shorted coil, defective diodes or brake disc binding.
- Excessive load.
- Phase failure (single phasing-three phase units only) - open circuit, grounded or faulty connection in one line of the power supply system, hoist wiring, contactor, motor leads or windings.