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connectors DIN 43650 - 13 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

Accesories: Timers / Power savers / Connectors

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Programmable timer TP10V36A1 TYPE These timers control the opening and closing of feeding electromagnet. They have two operation ways: 1) Cyclical: Two possibilities at scheduled time, ON-OFF and OFF-ON. 2) Simple: Two possibilities at scheduled time, ON and OFF. Standard voltage: from 7 to 36VDC Maximum intensity: 1A Adjustable time: from 1 sec until 99h59min59sec Work temperature range: -10ºC to 50ºC Protection rate IP: IP65 mounted on base of connector DIN43650A General dimensions First two figures (beginning by the left) represent the hours, next two figures are the minutes and the last two...

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Programmable timer TP20V240A1 TYPE This timer is a control for opening and closing of the voltage supply on the electromagnets. It works in a cyclical ON-OFF mode. OPERATING MODE: When feeding the electromagnet through the timer, it is under voltage the time show in the on key. After this time the voltage on the electromagnet will be cutter during the time show in the off key. This cycle will be repeated indefinitely. When the voltage in turned off the cycle begins again. Standard voltage: 24 a 240 VDC/VAC(50-60Hz) Maximum intensity: 1A Time ON: 0,5 to 10 seconds Time OFF: 0,5 to 45 minutes Duty...

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Electric power saver TYPE:EES24V2/0.5A This electric power saver supplies full power to the solenoid for a pre-defined time then the voltage is lowered to a certain percentage of the input. That value can be 50%Vn, 33%Vn, 25%Vn according to the selected configuration. This value is then maintained throughout the time until the supply voltage is turned off. When the system is reset the cycle starts again. General dimensions The circuit is used in those applications where the force in the beginning of the stroke of a solenoid of 100% duty cycle is not enough or in applications where less heating...

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2P+T Working instructions and electrical connection: 1) The electrical connection will be detailed in the following points. Figure 2. 2) Take out the screw between the connector and the base. Connector base mounted on the solenoid, must not be manipulated. 3) Take off the connector pulling it up. 4) Take off the rubber piece. Figure 3. 5) Remove the inner piece, this one has power terminals. To remove it, push the carrier between the terminals 1 and the mass one. Finally take off the stuffing box and connect the supply cables as shown in figure 8. Take out the screws, take in the supply cables...

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2P+T/C/2D Working instructions and electrical connection: 1) The electrical connection will be detailed in the following points. Figure 2. 2) Take out the screw between the connector and the base. Connector base mounted on the solenoid, must not be manipulated. 3) Take off the connector pulling it up. 4) Take off the rubber piece. Figure 3. 5) Remove the inner piece, this one has power terminals. To remove it, push the carrier between the terminals 1 and the mass one. Finally take off the stuffing box and connect the supply cables as shown in figure 8. 1 Take out the screws, take in the supply...

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2P+T/2D Working instructions and electrical connection: 1) The electrical connection will be detailed in the following points. Figure 2. 2) Take out the screw between the connector and the base. Connector base mounted on the solenoid, must not be manipulated. 3) Take off the connector pulling it up. 4) Take off the rubber piece. Figure 3. 5) Remove the inner piece, this one has power terminals. To remove it, push the carrier between the terminals 1 and the mass one. Finally take off the stuffing box and connect the supply cables as shown in figure 8. 1 Take out the screws, take in the supply cables...

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2P+T/C/4D Working instructions and electrical connection: 1) The electrical connection will be detailed in the following points. Figure 2. 2) Take out the screw between the connector and the base. Connector base mounted on the solenoid, must not be manipulated. 4) Take off the rubber piece. 3) Take off the connector pulling it up. Figure 3. 5) Remove the inner piece, this one has power terminals. To remove it, push the carrier between the terminals 1 and the mass one. Finally take off the stuffing box and connect the supply cables as shown in figure 8. Stuffing box Take out the screws, take in...

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2P+T/4D Working instructions and electrical connection: 1)The electrical connection will be detailed in the following points. Figure 2. 2) Take out the screw between the connector and the base. Connector base mounted on the solenoid, must not be manipulated 3) Take off the connector pulling it up. 4) Take off the rubber piece. 5) Remove the inner piece, this one has power terminals. To remove it, push the carrier between the terminals 1 and the mass one. Finally take off the stuffing box and connect the supply cables as shown in figure8. 2 Take out the screws, take in the supply cables in the...

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3P+T Working instructions and electrical connection: Connector 1)The electrical connection will be detailed in the following points. Figure 2. 2) Take out the screw between the connector and the base. Connector base mounted on the solenoid, must not be manipulated 3) Take off the connector pulling it up. 4) Take off the rubber piece. 5) Remove the inner piece, this one has power terminals. To remove it, push the carrier between the terminals 1 and the mass one. Finally take off the stuffing box and connect the supply cables as shown in figure 8. Stuffing box Take out the screws, take in the supply...

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2P+T/G Working instructions and electrical connection: 1) The electrical connection will be detailed in the following points. Figure 2. 2) Take out the screw between the connector and the base. Connector base mounted on the solenoid, must not be manipulated 3) Take off the connector pulling it up. Figure 4. 7) Remove the electronic 4) Take off the rubber piece. 6) Remove the interior piece, which has the power terminals. 9) Conect the supply cables Take out the screws, take in the supply cables in the power terminals and screw them again. Wiring diagram between the coil and the connector base

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