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Electric clamp B 1.8310
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electric clamp
electric clamp
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Characteristics

Type
electric
Other characteristics
swing
Clamping force

7 kN

Description

Electric swing clamps Advantages ● High clamping force ● Adjustable clamping force ● Clamping force monitoring (error code output) ● Can be controlled individually or in common ● High operating safety by self-locking spindle drive ● Mechanical reclamping by Belleville springs ● Swing angle up to 180° available ● Overload protection device in the case of collisions with the clamping arm ● Electric position monitoring and extensive self-monitoring with error message ● Clamping stroke control possible ● Low voltage 24 V ● Leakage free ● Maintenance free (500,000 cycles). ● Code class IP 67 Electric swing clamps are used for clamping or holding of workpieces - where the use of hydraulic clamping elements is not possible - where the clamping force must be maintained also after the separation from the energy supply - when clamping elements have to be controlled individually - when an extended functionality is required for automated systems - when the clamping and holding points shall be free for loading and unloading of the fixture Electric swing clamps are particularly suited for: • Packaging industry • Test systems • Special machines • Assembly equipments and robotics • Automatic manufacturing systems • Clamping fixtures with workpiece loading via handling systems top flange position and clamping force monitoring minimum energy demand axial pulling force: 3 - 9 kN max. clamping force: 7 kN clamping stroke: 20 mm swing stroke: 3 mm max. clamping time: 3.5 s max. clamping arm length: 150 mm supply voltage: 24 VDC

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