The battery-powered version of the popular SENNEBOGEN 817 E electric material handler with 9 m reach and 18 t operating weight thus combines the advantages of two machine concepts: If the material handler is connected to the mains, it uses the wired power supply for the work movements without restricting the freedom of movement of the uppercarriage and equipment.
The machine also impresses with its practical design. Thanks to the CEE 63 A connector system, the 817 Electro Battery can use the existing infrastructure of an industrial company. Investments in expensive charging stations can be avoided thanks to the 44 kW on-board charger. Charging the batteries at any location is also an option, as a simple industrial socket is sufficient. Another advantage of a battery-powered electric material handler: Current peaks when working with the machine can be avoided via peak shaving, i.e. if more power is required, e.g. during combined movements and a full grab, this can be covered by the battery. The connected load is thus reduced to 44 kW without further restrictions. The integrated power electronics also ensure a gentle motor start that is particularly gentle on the mains power grid.
With the wealth of innovative drive technology, SENNEBOGEN continues to rely on the proven large-scale series technology that has always characterized the brand’s material handlers. The certified high-voltage battery systems, which were specially developed for off-road applications and are already used in many e-mobility applications, are also used for the batteries themselves: for about 3,000 full charge cycles.
The battery model also offers all the advantages of the tried-and-tested SENNEBOGEN electric material handler in terms of operator comfort and service – elevating Multicab comfort cab included. Thanks to this innovative battery-supported electric solution, all applications in the hall will be emission-free in the future and alleviate the burden on employees. At the same time, the machine operates with less vibration and noise, does not need to be refueled and has reduced service requirements, as there is no need to change the engine oil, etc. The operator can conveniently see the charge level indicator via the SENCON control system, does not have to carry out any separate settings even if the power supply is changed and therefore does not come into contact with the high-voltage technology used in normal operation. The dual power management system automatically detects the energy source and switches to the corresponding working mode automatically. In addition to regular diagnosis, the machine independently detects faults and interventions in the high-voltage system and then switches off in a controlled manner, which guarantees completely safe processes in every situation.