VLS system now comes equipped with both a rechargeable on board battery (OBB) in addition to the existing 9v battery back up (BBU) for added security and convenience!
The VLS monitors vacuum level of various systems. If the pre-set percentage of vacuum is lost during a lift, a loud horn sounds and a red light flashes to warn the operator. (NOTE: The alarm will not activate during release mode, or from a sudden catastrophic loss of vacuum.)
ALL ANVER Vacuum Lifters, Tilters, and special vacuum lifting machinery, can be equipped with the new VLS Vacuum Leakage Sensor by means of connecting the vacuum source to be monitored with appropriate ¼” flexible tubing, (Part No. PC-T14, clear), to the ¼” push-to-connect vacuum input fitting.
Ordering Information for VLS-09, VLS-09-20, VLS-AUX
Vacuum Leakage Sensor and Warning Device
|VLS-09-20||Vacuum Leakage Sensor and Warning Device, Special 20% Version|
Auxiliary Alarm for VLS-08 Includes VLS-08CAB.
The VLS-AUX is a peripheral device designed to be connected to the VLS vacuum loss sensor. When the VLS warning is activated, the VLS-AUX sounds a loud 105dB(A) siren and the flashing strobe is initiated. This add-on device is ideal for noisy environments, where the lifter is at a distance from the operator, or where other personnel may be in the general area of use.
This device has a self contained, easily accessible 9V battery and plugs directly into the AUX output port on the side of the VLS Vacuum Loss Sensor unit with a signal cable 25” [63.5 cm] long (included).
|VLS-07/08CAB||For Older Version:|
VLS-08 to VLS-07-AUX-S
|28100121||Mounting Bracket for VLS||N/A|
|VLS-07CAB||For Older Version:|
VLS-07 to VLS-07-AUX-S
VLS to VLS-AUX
(Included when VLS-AUX is ordered)
NOTE: The VLS-01, VLS-02, VLS-07 and VLS-08 are no longer manufactured by or available from ANVER. Retrofit kits are available to repair/upgrade the VLS-01, VLS-02, VLS-07 and VLS-08. Contact ANVER for details.
The On-Board Battery in the VLS is disabled by default for shipping reasons.
Activating the OBB is easy as shown in the video below: