Toro has upgraded its eDingo with its HyperCell system, a battery technology developed to match the power of traditional combustion engine products, while delivering zero exhaust emissions and less noise.
The next generation eDingo 500 compact utility loader is ideal for indoor construction jobs that require heavy or continuous operation, fast completion times and reduced overall costs.
HyperCell was developed to meet customer demand and is optimized to deliver up to an eight-hour continuous runtime, allowing it to run for a full shift.
When it needs charging, the on-board charger plugs into a standard 120V wall outlet and fully charges the machine in up to eight hours. As well, the HyperCell Power System is built to run cooler than other systems, meaning operators gain efficiencies, eliminate engine exhaust emissions, and can finish jobs with less hassle.
“Every improvement we’ve made to the next generation eDingo was driven by customer feedback,” says Sam Dando, Product Marketing Manager at Toro.
“For example, the HyperCell Power System is more powerful and reliable than ever. It allows for all-day run times and quick charging, which helps crews maximize productivity. Also, the new eDingo features a narrow width of 30 inches making it capable of fitting through even the tightest of doorways.”
The next gen eDingo still delivers an operating capacity of 234 kg and 24.6 litres per minute of hydraulic flow. Plus, the new design has a hinge pin height of 205 cm, which allows for clearing into most standard dumpsters. The operating capacity allows for the effective use of many attachments, including:
- Floor scraper
- Hydraulic breaker
- Adjustable forks
- Multi-Purpose tool
- Mixer bowl
As well, electric drive motors make the new eDingo quiet, while still being able to complete zero-turn maneuvers in tight spaces and travel at a speed of up to 4.4 km per hour.
The next generation eDingo also features a new onboard charger and cord compartment storage, patent-pending traction controls, a powerful 1200-lumen work light for improved visibility and a comfort mat to fight operator fatigue.