March 2, 2022

How to program a Stanley cordless assembly tool

Proper assembly requires advanced tools that meet the unique needs of your exact operation. With cordless Stanley assembly tools, you’ll have advanced assembly capabilities. However, the tools must be accurately programmed for the best results. At Elevated Industrial Solutions, we can help you set up those tools.

Set up communications

Although the tool itself is highly advanced and comes with a wide variety of features, programming the system is surprisingly easy. 

First, the controller needs to be programmed so it communicates properly with the system and meets the specific needs of the user. Go to the controller and select “Setup,” then toggle down to communications. Users can select low, medium, or high. The setting that is best for your operation will depend on the distance between the tool and the controller. To lock in the settings, users select “Yes.” They can then select “Exit” to leave the communication settings.

To prepare for the next step, users will reselect “Communications” and select “Pair.” This will start the pairing process.

Pairing the controller to the tool

Now the controller is ready to pair, and the tool itself needs to be connected to the unit. To connect the tool, operators will place their thumbs on the top button and their fingers on the lever-style button. Pressing both buttons simultaneously will tell the tool to begin pairing with the controller. 

Next, users will select the appropriate spindle, then select “Yes” to finalize the pairing. Users can then select “Exit” on the controller. 

The cordless tool and controller are now paired. Operators can begin doing rundowns with the tool. 

About Stanley cordless tools 

Stanley makes a variety of assembly tools that are trusted by users all across the globe. This includes the B23LA lever-style assembly tool, which has a variety of features that make assembly more comfortable, convenient, and efficient. There is a multifunction display panel, as well as an ergonomic lever-start trigger. The system features a comfortable grip handle, as well as a digital control circuit, in addition to many other features. 

The cordless assembly tool delivers the same gearing and output as Stanley corded tools, so users can rely on this tool for a variety of applications.

If you want to learn more about Stanley tools or need to discuss your assembly operations with a knowledgeable expert, contact Elevated today. 

Our experienced team can implement a system to meet your specific assembly needs as well as provide assistance in industrial supplies, coating and finishing systems, and compressed air systems.

Christopher Richmann
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