FAQ General Remarks and Recommendations (TIPS)

After 4 minutes of no operation, the system will switch off automatically.

The automatic levelling cycle can only be started after all jacks have been retracted. If the jacks are not retracted when the automatic cycle starts, the system will do this automatically. So it is not possible to make short adjustments to the jacks; the system will always first completely retract its jacks.

At low battery voltage, the system will automatically switch off.

If jacks are extended and you accidentally drive off: the system will immediately give an alarm and the jacks are automatically retracted as soon as the hand brake is disengaged. In case of vehicles with a pneumatic brake installation, this takes place when the engine is started.

All normal functions of the system are switched off in error mode.

The jacks always operate 2 at a time at 1 side. The left side, right side, front side and rear side. Only when retracting do they operate all 4 at the same time.

Some vehicles have swivel chairs that do not function when the hand brake is engaged. As soon as the levelling system is finished and the ignition switch is off, you are able to disengage the handbrake. Before doing that, you must of course check if the vehicle is in gear.

During winter conditions (e.g. in snow and ice) put something (e.g. a piece of carpet) under the jacks to avoid sliding.

During bad weather conditions (heavy frost) before levelling and whilst the ignition is switched off you can release the parking brake. TAKE CARE you put the vehicle in gear before releasing the parking brake.

Manual operation is mainly recommended for uneven surfaces.

In manual operation, all four jacks should always be extended before levelling starts.

The system cannot handle all angles, the limit values differ per vehicle.

If the system meets a slope with an angle that is too big the system will let you know that automatic levelling cannot be achieved. At this point we recommend bringing the vehicle as close as possible to the zero point in manual mode.

You will notice that the system also has a semi-automatic function. During manual operation, 1 or 2 arrows can light near the green LED. This is the system indicating to you where the lowest points are at that moment.

For all other reports and/or mal-functioning of the system, please contact your dealer/ installer

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