See the light, listen for the beepbeepbeep
lift trucks come with a lot of things standard. The 8BNCU
comes with programmable performance parameters, 10 amp power hookup for an onboard terminal, and integrated cup holder, clipboard, and amenity tray. Cornering speed controls held maintain stability through turns, and dual electric disc brakes with regenerative braking help both save power and keep the unit stopping where you need it. Self diagnostics with instructional messages help operators troubleshoot basic problems, and fault code memory ensures that trained technicians can quickly find the source of common problems. That isn't the full list of course. For that see what Toyota says.
A few of the select options we think are especially useful:
Mast options (FV, FSV, QFV) -
to help you put things exactly where you need them.
Integral side shift -
because sometimes that pallet needs to be a couple inches "that way."
Hydraulic quick disconnects (single and dual) -
can help a single machine be more versatile with varied attachments.
Travel alarms, strobes, and LED lighting both unit and mast mounted -
seeing where you're working is important after all.
Operator PIN code entry activation -
to ensure that only those authorized to do so can drive your lift trucks.
Alternative overhead guard heights -
Short doors or drive in racking can make a typical unit hard to fit.
Battery compartment sizes -
Do you need more power or more counterweight? Different batteries might do the trick.
Tire material and hardness options -
you don't want the hardest tire, just the best one for your work.
Cold storage conditioning -
freezers are brutal on machinery, so protect your investment.
UL-approved EE rating -
do your work areas class as Division 2 hazardous? You literally need an EE rated truck.
Reverse steering -
Some operations can be made easier if your truck steers differently than the standard.
Not all of these options are available for every unit, and some of them are restricted to certain sizes/weights of unit (for example, the 21.25" battery compartment is only available on the 8BNCU20). Some options just don't work well together after all, and Toyota
works hard to maintain its delivery of a world class material handling machine, no matter what form it takes.