1 Bedienungsanleitung Operating instructions Instructions d'emploi Instrucciones de servicio Manual de instru es * des id es en action . Istruzioni d'uso Gebruiksaanwijzing Betjeningsvejledning Bruksanvisning Brukerveiledningen PSB 12 VE-2. K ytt ohje . PSB 14,4 VE-2. Kullan m k lavuzu PSB 18 VE-2. PSB 24 VE-2. Deutsch English Fran ais Espa ol Portugu s Italiano Nederlands Dansk Svenska Norsk Suomi E v . T rk e 6. 1. 7. 2. 8. 3. 9. 4. 10. 5. PSB 18 VE-2. PSB 24 VE-2. 2 2 609 932 336 A B. 11. 12. 4. 11. C D.. 13 13. E. 14. 3 2 609 932 336 Tool Specifications Cordless impact drill and screwdriver PSB 12 VE-2 PSB 14,4 VE-2 PSB 18 VE-2 PSB 24 VE-2. Order number 0 603 941 0 603 941 0 603 941 0 603 941 No-load speed 1st gear [rpm] 0 400 0 400 0 450 0 500. 2nd gear [rpm] 0 1 500 0 1 500 0 1 600 0 1 800. max. torque, soft screwdriving application according to ISO 5393 [Nm] 18 20 23 30. Maximum drilling . Steel [mm] 12 12 13 13. Wood [mm] 20 25 28 30. Brickwork [mm] 10 10 14 15.
2 Screw diameter, max. [mm] 6 8 8 8. Chuck clamping range [mm] 1 10 1 10 1 10 1 13. Drill spindle thread 1/2 " 1/2 " 1/2 " 1/2 ". Weight with battery, approx. [kg] Battery NiCd NiCd NiCd NiCd Temperature control NTC NTC NTC NTC. Rated voltage [V=] 12 18 24. Capacity [Ah] Weight, approx. [kg] Please observe the order number of your machine. The trade names of the individual machines may vary. Machine Elements Noise/Vibration Information The numbering of the device elements refers to Measured values determined according to the illustration of the machine on the graphics EN 60 745. page. Typically the A-weighted sound pressure level of 1 Gear selector the product is less than 70 dB (A). 2 Torque setting ring The noise level when working can exceed 85 dB (A). 3 Keyless chuck Wear hearing protection! 4 Auxiliary handle The typical hand/arm vibration is below m/s2. (PSB 18 VE-2/PSB 24 VE-2). 5 Battery Intended Use 6 Screwdriver bit magazine 7 Screwdriver bit* The machine is intended for screwing in and loos- ening screws, for drilling in wood, metal, ceramic 8 Rotational direction switch and plastic and for impact drilling in brick, con- 9 On/Off switch crete and stone.
3 10 Battery unlocking button 11 Screwdriver attachment (bit)*. 12 Universal bit holder*. 13 Allen key*. 14 Locking screw * Not all of the accessories illustrated or described are included as standard delivery. 9 2 609 932 336 TMS English - 1. For Your Safety Battery and Battery Charger The enclosed operating instructions for the Working safely with this ma- battery charger must be read carefully! chine is possible only when the Do not open the battery, and protect it from im- operating and safety information pact. Store in a dry and frost-free place. are read completely and the in- structions contained therein are Allow a heated battery to cool before charging. strictly followed. In addition, the Protect the battery from heat and fire: Danger general safety notes in the enclosed booklet of explosion! must be observed. Do not dispose of the battery in household Wear safety goggles. waste or discard into fire or water. For long hair, wear hair protection.
4 Work only with closely fitting clothes. Before Putting into Operation Before each use, check the machine and bat- tery. If damage is detected, do not use the ma- Battery Charging chine. Have repairs performed only by a qual- A battery that is new or has not been used for a ified technician. Never open the machine your- longer period does not develop its full capacity self. until after approximately 5 charging /discharging Before any work on the machine itself (e. g. cycles. maintenance, tool change, etc.) as well as To remove the battery 5, press the unlocking but- when transporting and storing, always set tons 10 and pull out the battery to the rear. Do not the rotational direction switch to the centre exert any force. position. Otherwise danger of injury is given The battery is equipped with an NTC temperature when unintentionally actuating the On /Off control which allows charging only within a tem- switch. perature range of between 0 C and 45 C.
5 Convince yourself before using that the battery A long battery service life is achieved in this man- is securely seated in the machine. ner. Do not strain the machine so heavily that it A significantly reduced working period after comes to a standstill. charging indicates that the batteries are used and PSB 18 VE-2/PSB 24 VE-2: Operate the ma- must be replaced. chine only with the auxiliary handle 4. Observe the notes on environmental protec- When working with the machine, always hold it tion. firmly with both hands and provide for a secure stance. Auxiliary Handle (see figure A ). Use appropriate detectors to determine if utility lines are hidden in the work area or (PSB 18 VE-2/PSB 24 VE-2). call the local utility company for assist- Operate the machine only with the auxiliary ance. handle 4. Contact with electric lines can lead to fire and electric shock. Damaging a gas line can lead Screw the auxiliary handle 4 on the right or left of to explosion.
6 Penetrating a water line causes the machine head depending on the working property damage. method. Hold the power tool securely: When tightening or releasing screws, high reaction torque can briefly occur. Secure the workpiece. A workpiece clamped with clamping devices or in a vice is held more secure than by hand. Never allow children to use the machine. Bosch is only able to ensure perfect operation of the machine if the original accessories in- tended for it are used. 10 2 609 932 336 TMS English - 2. Changing the Tool Gear Selection, Mechanical Two speed ranges can be preselected with the Open the drill chuck 3 by turning until the tool can gear selector 1: be inserted. Insert the tool. 1st gear: Low rotational speed, high power. Firmly tighten the sleeve of the keyless chuck 3. 2nd gear: High rotational speed, less power. by hand until the locking action ( click ) is no longer heard. This automatically locks the chuck. The speed settings may only be changed when the machine is motionless.
7 If the speed setting Rotate the sleeve in the reverse direction to re- has not quite notched in properly, briefly press move the tool. the On/Off switch 9. Screwdriving (see figure B ) Fully Automatic Spindle Locking Directly clamp the screwdriver bit 7 into the drill (Auto-Lock). chuck or use the additional universal bit holder 12. when operating with hex shank bits 11. The drill spindle is locked when the On /Off switch 9 is not pressed. This makes quick and easy changing of the tool Starting Operation in the drill chuck possible. Inserting the Battery The locked drill chuck enables retightening of projecting screws by using the switched-off ma- Set the rotational direction switch 8 to the centre chine as a screwdriver. position = lock-off and allow the charged bat- tery 5 to engage into the handle. Reversing the Rotational Direction Switching On and Off Operate the rotational direction switch 8 only at a standstill. To start the machine, press the On/Off switch 9.
8 And keep it depressed. The rotational direction The machine runs with variable switch 8 is used to re- speed between 0 and maximum, verse the rotational direc- depending on the pressure applied tion of the machine. How- to the On/Off switch 9. Light pres- ever, this is not possible a b sure results in a low rotational with the On/Off switch 9. speed thus allowing smooth, con- actuated. trolled starts. Do not strain the ma- Right Rotation ( a ). chine so heavily that it comes to a Turn the rotational direction switch through to the standstill. left stop (normal operation: drilling, screwdriving, To switch off the machine, release the On/Off etc.). switch 9. Left Rotation ( b ). Electric Brake Press the rotational direction switch through to the right stop (for loosening and unscrewing When releasing the On/Off switch 9 the speed of screws and nuts). the drill chuck is reduced to a stop, thus prevent- ing the run-on of the tool. For screwdriving applications, wait until the screw is flush with the material and then release the On/.
9 Off switch 9. The screw head does not penetrate into the material then. 11 2 609 932 336 TMS English - 3. Setting the Torque Tips Carry out a practical test to determine with which of the 5 settings of the torque setting ring 2 the Use only screwdriver bits that fit properly in the screws are driven flush into the material. head of the screw. Low setting, e. g., small screws, soft When driving in larger and/or longer screws in 1 materials. hard material, it is advisable to drill a pilot hole first. High setting, e. g., large screws, hard 5 materials. For drilling in metal, use only perfectly sharp- ened HSS drills. The appropriate quality is With the correct setting, the clutch disengages as guaranteed by the Bosch accessories pro- soon as the screw is driven flush into the material gram. or the set torque is reached. Select a higher set- ting when driving out screws, or set to the Drill- ing symbol. Maintenance and Cleaning Drilling and Impact Drilling Before any work on the machine itself, re- move the battery.
10 Drilling Set the torque setting ring 2 to the Drill- For safe and proper working, always keep the machine and the ventilation slots clean. ing symbol. If the machine should fail despite the care taken Impact Drilling in manufacturing and testing procedures, repair Set the torque setting ring 2 to the should be carried out by an after-sales service Hammer Drilling symbol. centre for Bosch power tools. In all correspondence and spare parts orders, Replacing the Drill Chuck please always include the 10-digit order number given on the nameplate of the machine. Before any work on the machine itself, re- move the battery. Environmental Protection The locking screw 14 secures the drill chuck against loosening from the drill spindle. Fully open the drill chuck and completely unscrew the locking screw 14 by turning in clockwise direction (see figure E ). Loosening the Drill Chuck (see figure C ) Recycle raw materials instead of disposing as waste Place the machine on a stable surface (e.)