operating

instructions

1.

Read warnings first!

3.

Plug in all four batteries. 

From the left to the right.

2.

Use the strap to fix the winch to a solid tree or pole. Bring handle to starting point. Do not sit or stand on the winch.

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5.

Plug in the handheld

controller.

7.

Press the lower button to tighten the rope. Spool will turn slowly.

9.

LED light on the hand held controller will flash when battery-set (or at least one battery) is lower than 10% capacity. LED light will flash faster when batteries are too low to start the winch. After riding, use the lower button to bring all the rope in.

6.

Set the speed. For wakeboarding we recommend to make the first hit with the speed control dial in the "12 o’clock" position (This is approx. 30km/h) Adjust the speed after the first hit if needed. Avoid adjusting while the winch is running. 

4.

Plug in the "power key". Close the lid afterwards. 

8.

Make sure rider is ready. Double press and hold the upper button to start the ride. Release the button to stop the ride. Make sure to stop at enough distance between the rider and the winch. The Winch has no automatic end-of-rope stop. Avoid that winch gets sprayed by rider.

double press hold

9.

Unplug the "power key" first. Unplug all batteries. Do not transport or store the winch with plugged in batteries! The winch will start "beeping" when stored with plugged-in batteries. 

10.

Check care tips below.

 

workflow & care

tips

1. Unplug all batteries right after your session. Do not transport or store winch with plugged in batteries!The winch will start "beeping" when stored with plugged-in batteries. 

4. Mark your batteries (for example 1 to 4) This makes it easier for you to manage your batteries.

2. Open the lid after use for a couple of hours to let the winch dry. 

5. To prevent battery damage, do not store fully charged batteries. Use the discharge function of you charger. Read battery instructions. 

3. Never use water to clean the winch. Use air pressure, a towel or a brush.

6. Store and transport your batteries in a safety bag. Please find more informations on this site. 

7. Get a capacity checker to check the capacity in % on the go.