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Basic terminology Functions of the main components Calculation examples Suction pads

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Product guide suction pads Flat suction pads (round) Series VTCF Flat suction pads (oval) Series VTOF Bellows suction pads (round) Series VTCL (1,5 folds) Bellows suction pads (round) Series VTCN (2,5 folds) Technical information suction pads Accessories

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Product guide accessories

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Flexible suction pad mountings Series NPF Spring plungers Series NPM - NPR (non-rotating) Check valves Series VNV Vacuum ejectors

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Product guide vacuum ejectors Basic ejectors Series VEB Inline ejectors Series VED Compact ejectors Series VEC Compact ejectors Series VEM Technical information ejectors Vacuum- and pressure switches

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Product guide vacuum- and pressure switches

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Electronic vacuum/pressure switches with digital display, cube shaped Series SWC

Electronic minitiature vacuum switches Series SWM Electronic vacuum/pressure switches Series SWE Electronic vacuum/pressure switches with digital display Series SWD

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Vacuum - Basics The definition of vacuum Vacuum is the term for air pressures which lie below normal atmospheric pressure. The vacuum values used depend on the specific application. For vacuum handling, relatively low vacuum values are sufficient.

THE SPECIFICATION OF VACUUM

Specification as a relative value. In the vacuum handling sector, the vacuum is specified in the form of a relative value, i.e. referred to the ambient pressure. These vacuum values always have a negative sign, because the ambient pressure is used as the reference point, which is defined as 0 mbar.

-1000

Vacuum -500

0

Overpressure +500 +1000

Specification as an absolute value Scientists specify a vacuum in the form of an absolute value. As reference point, in this case the absolute zero is used, i.e. the vacuum existing in space. The vacuum values are therefore always positive.

0

mbar

Ambient pressure

+500

+1000

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The values for vacuum lie in the range between 1 mbar and atmospheric pressure (1013 mbar).

mbar

Absolute value

The following table shows a comparison between absolute and relative pressure values. CONVERSION TABLE Absolute pressure [mbar ]

Relative vacuum

Relative pressure [mbar]

KPa

Atm

Kg/cm 2

Torr (mm Hg)

900

10%

-100

-10

-0,09869

-0,102

-75

800

20%

-200

-20

-0,19738

-0,204

-150

700

30%

-300

-30

-0,29607

-0,306

-225

600

40%

-400

-40

-0,39476

-0,408

-300

500

50%

-500

-50

-0,49345

-0,51

-375

400

60%

-600

-60

-0,59214

-0,612

-450

300

70%

-700

-70

-0,69083

-0,714

-525

200

80%

-800

-80

-0,78952

-0,816

-600

100

90%

-900

-90

-0,88821

-0,918

-675

WHICH MEASUREMENT UNITS ARE USED?

Of the many units of measurement which exist for pressure, vacuum technology generally uses the units Pascal [Pa], hectoPascal [hPa],Bar [bar] e Millibar [mbar]. The conversion between Pascal and Bar is the following. 0,001 bar =1 mbar =1 hPa =100 Pa

All values in the Camozzi catalogue are specified in bar, mbar or in %. The specification as a percentage is typically used to show the relative performance of a vacuum generator, since it is unaffected by changes in the actual ambient pressure. Internationally, various other units of measurement are used. Some of these are shown in the table below.

CONVERSION TABLE Bar

KPa

Atm

kg/cm 2

Torr (mm Hg)

Bar

1

100

0,9869

1,0197

750

kPa

0,01

1

0,009869

0,00102

7,5

Atm

1,013

101,3

1

1,033

760

kp/cm 2

0,9807

98,067

0,9678

1

735,528

Torr (mm Hg)

0,00133

0,1333

0,001316

0,00136

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ENERGY REQUIRED TO GENERATE VACUUM

The energy required for the generation of vacuum increases much faster than the vacuum value which is achieved. When increasing the vacuum from -600 mbar to -900 mbar, the holding force is increased by factor 1,5 while the evacuation time and the energy needed to achieve this value increases by a factor of 3! It is thus clear that the maximum achievable vacuum value is not he optimum value for vacuum handling tasks. Widely used typical vacuum values: - for air-tight surfaces (e.g. metals, plastics, etc.): from 60% to 80% vacuum (from -600 to -800 mbar). - for porous materials (e.g. cardboard, chipboard and MDF sheets, etc.): from 20% to 40% vacuum (from -200 to -400 mbar); in this range the necessary holding force is generated by increasing the suction rate of the vacuum generator and by increasing the effective area of the vacuum grippers. Important: In the catalogue, the holding forces of the suction pads are always specified at the most economical vacuum level of -600 mbar!

Holding force Energy required

0

-100

-200

-300

-400

-500

-600

-700

-800

-900 -1000 vacuum [mbar]

THE ATMOSPHERE AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE VACUUM TECHNOLOGY

The (ambient) air pressure depends on the altitude of the place where it is measured. As illustrated here beside, the pressure at sea level is 1013 mbar. At an altitude of 600 m the air pressure is 938 mbar. At an altitude of 2000 m the air pressure drops to only 763 mbar.

Ambient pressure at altitude 2000 m=763 mbar

Ambient pressure at altitude 600 m=938 mbar Ambient pressure at sea level (0 m)=1013 mbar

This pressure drop naturally affects the use of vacuum. As the air pressure drops with increasing altitude, the maximum pressure difference which can be achieved also drops, which means that the maximum possible holding force of a vacuum gripper is also reduced. For each 100 m height increase, the air pressure drops by about 12,5 mbar. A vacuum generator which achieves a vacuum of 80% ( -800 mbar) at sea level can thus generate a vacuum of only -610 mbar (80 % of the ambient air pressure of 763 mbar) at an altitude of 2000 m. The maximum possible holding force of a vacuum gripper decreases proportionally. Operation at sea level is thus the ideal situation. Important: All indications in the Camozzi catalogue refer to an ambient pressure of 1000 mbar and an ambient temperature of 20 째C.

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Like pneumatics, the vacuum technology uses circuit diagrams and function diagrams, in which symbols for components and assemblies are used. The following overview shows the most important and commonly used symbols for the vacuum components. Type

Symbol

Type

Man. operated 2/2-way valve

2

12

Type

Pressure regulator

Valve general 1

Flexible suction pad mounting

Non return valve

2

Sealing

3

Man. operated 3/2-way valve

2 3

Man. operated 3/2-way valve

Ejector, single stage

1

3

2

Electro-pneumatic valve 3/2-way N.C.

Special suction pad

Filter

Flat suction pad with single lip

M

Vacuum blower

Pressure gauge

Flat suction pad with double lip

M

Vacuum pump

Vacuum/pressure switch

Flat suction pad with sealing profile

Vacuum regulator

Unidirectional flow regulator (fixed regulation)

Bellows suction pad

Tubing

Spring plunger

Capacity

2 3

1

3 2

Flow resistor

12

2

1

1

Solenoid valve 3/2-way N.C.

12

1

Adaptor nipple

Senor valve

3

10

12

1

10

12

1

10

Symbol

Ejector, multi-stage 2

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Symbol

Silencer

Examples of vacuum circuit schemes for various handling solutions: Vacuum circuit with a basic ejector

Vacuum circuit with a regulated compact ejector int. vacuum switch signal

ejector

pressure gauge

silencer

silencer

3 2

2

vacuum manifold

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1

vacuum filter

2

ejector

vacuum filter

non-return valve

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1

blow-off valve 2/2-way NC (compressed air)

control valve 2/2 N.O. (compressed air)

suction pad

Vacuum circuit with vacuum centre

pressure gauge

capacity

12 1

2

3

filter

vacuum filter 2

vacuum manifold

suction pads Ext. vacuum switch signal

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12

M

2

pressure gauge Electr. operated 3/2-way valve for vacuum (NO)

vacuum pump

2 1 non-return valve

vacuum switch external signal output

1

12

1

10

2

suction pads

pressure gauge

Electr. operated 2/2-way valve NC for blow-off (alternative)

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When the ambient pressure (atmospheric pressure) is higher than the pressure between the suction pad and the workpiece, the ambient air pressure presses the suction pad against the workpiece. This pressure difference is achieved by connecting the suction pad to a vacuum generator, which evacuates the air from the space between the pad and the workpiece. If the suction pad is in contact to the surface of the workpiece no air can enter it from the sides and a vacuum is generated. The holding force of the suction pads increases proportionally to the difference between the ambient pressure and the pressure inside the pad.

A VACUUM EJECTOR - PRINCIPLE FUNCTION

Ejectors generate a vacuum on the basis of the so-called Venturi principle. Compressed air enters to the ejector at A and flows through the nozzle B. This results in a pressure drop (vacuum) just behind the tip of the nozzle and air is drawn in through the vacuum inlet D. This air, and the compressed air passing through the nozzle, leaves the ejector through the silencer C.

B C A

D

Compact ejectors The compact ejectors are also single-stage ejectors, but they also have two valves for direct control of functions “grip” and “blow off”. In addition, these ejectors are also available with vacuum switches or system monitoring and regulation. The combination of the “grip” valve and a vacuum switch permits implementation of an automatic air-saving function which ensures that compressed air is consumed only when the vacuum measured by the vacuum switch drops below a value defined by the customer. The advantages of compact ejectors are their compact design, which results in lower space requirements and a lower weight, combined with the many integrated functions.

Multi stage ejectors Besides single-stage ejectors, there are ejectors which have several Venturi nozzles arranged in series. These multi-stage ejectors have a higher suction capacity than single-stage ejectors.

B

A

C

Ext. vacuum switch signal

D

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A VACUUM PUMP - PRINCIPLE FUNCTION

A vacuum pump contains an eccentrically mounted impeller with vanes which seal off parts of the cylindrical space in which the impeller turns. These vanes are pressed against the walls of the internal space by centrifugal force. Due to the eccentric mounting of the impeller, the spaces between the vanes have different volumes. The large volume of space B permits the incoming air to expand, which results in a pressure drop. In space C the volume is smaller and the air in this space is compressed.

Principle of operation of a vacuum pump

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B

C

Pumps generate a very high vacuum and provide, depending on the type, suction capacities which can be very high.

A VACUUM BLOWER - PRINCIPLE FUNCTION

In a vacuum pump, the rotating blades (A) draw air in from the outside and accelerate and compress it. This means that kinetic energy is transferred from the impeller to the air. Since the air is pulled in by the blades, a vacuum is created at the inlet side (B). The compressed air leaves the pump through the outlet (C).

Principle of operation of a vacuum blower

Vacuum pumps have a high suction capacity, but the vacuum value is not as good as those generated by ejectors and vacuum pumps.

A

B

Important: The suction capacity of all vacuum generators is specified in l/min or m 3/h. These specifications refer to an ambient pressure of 1000 mbar and to an ambient temperature of 20 째C.

1

C

3

2

Suction with the pad not covered

1

3

2

Evacuation with a workpiece attached

VACUUM SWITCHES - PRINCIPLE FUNCTION

Vacuum switches operate mechanically, pneumatically or electronically. In the mechanical and pneumatic versions, a diaphragm reacts to changes in the air pressure and actuates a mechanical switch or a valve. In the electronic version, the pressure is measured by means of a piezoresistive sensor and an electrical, digital (on/off) output signal is generated. It is also possible to generate an electrical analogue signal which is proportional to the measured pressure.

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Vacuum switches can be used to monitor and control processes. Most vacuum switches permit adjustment of the switching point, and some also permit adjustment of the hysteresis.

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In this section the design procedure is described for a complete system step by step. The below exercise is based on a typical design example.

7. Vacuum switch 6. Solenoid valves 5. Vacuum generator 4. Vacuum hose 3. Mounting elements 2. Suction pads 1. Calculation of the forces

Flowchart for system design The calculations in the example are based on the following data: WORKPIECE

HANDLING SYSTEM

Material: steel sheets, stacked on a pallet Surface: smooth, flat, dry Dimensions: length: max.2500 mm width: max.1250 mm thickness: max.2,5 mm weight: circa 60 kg

System used: Available compressed air supply: Control voltage: Transfer procedure: Max. acceleration values: Cycle time: Planned times:

portal transfer unit 8 bar 24 V DC horizontal - horizontal X and Y axes: 5 m/s 2 Z axis: 5 m/s 2 30 s for picking up: <1s for releasing: <1s

CALCULATING THE WEIGHT OF THE WORKPIECE

For all subsequent calculations, it is important to know the mass of the workpiece to be handled. This can be calculated with the following formula:

Mass m [kg ]:m = L x B x H x ρ L = length [m] B = width [m] H = heigth [m] ρ = density [kg/m 3] Example: m = 2,5 x 1,25 x 0,0025 x 7850 m = 61,33 kg

FORCES - HOW HIGH FORCES DO THE SUCTION PADS HAVE TO SUPPORT?

In order to determine the necessary holding forces, the above mass calculation is needed. In addition, the suction pads must be capable of handling the acceleration forces which, in a fully automatic system, are by no means negligible. In order to simplify the calculation, the three most important and most frequent load cases are shown graphically and described below.

Important: In the following simplified representations of the load cases I, II and III, the worst case with the highest theoretical holding force must always be used for the subsequent calculations.

LOAD CASE I: HORIZONTAL SUCTION PADS, VERTICAL FORCE F TH = theoretical holding force [N] m = mass [kg] g = acceleration due to gravity [9,81 m/s 2] a = system acceleration [m/s 2] (remember to include the “emergency off” situation!) S = safety factor (minimum value 1,5; for critical, inhomogeneous or porous materials or rough surfaces 2,0 or higher)

The suction pads are placed on a horizontal workpiece which is to be lifted vertically.

Example: F TH = 61,33 x (9,81 +5)x 1,5 F TH = 1363 N

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FTH

FG

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LOAD CASE II: HORIZONTAL SUCTION PADS, HORIZONTAL FORCE

F TH = m x (g +a/µ)x S = = = = =

theoretical holding force [N] acceleration = m • a mass [kg] acceleration due to gravity [9,81 m/s 2] system acceleration [m/s 2] (remember to include the “emergency off” situation!) µ = coeff. of friction = 0,1 for oily surfaces = 0,2 ...0,3 for wet surfaces = 0,5 for wood, metal, glass, stones,... = 0,6 for rough surfaces Attention! The coefficients of friction shown above are average values. The actual values for the workpiece to be handled must be determined by testing. S = safety factor (minimum value 1,5; for critical inhomogeneous or porous materials or rough surfaces 2,0 or higher)

FTH

FA

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F TH Fa m g a

The suction pads are placed on a horizontal workpiece which is to be moved sideways.

Example: F TH = 61,33 x (9,81 +5/0,5)x 1,5 F TH = 1822 N

LOAD CASE III: VERTICAL SUCTION PADS, VERTICAL FORCE

F TH = (m/µ)x (g +a)x S F TH m g a

The suction pads are placed on a vertical or horizontal workpiece which is to be moved vertically or turned to the other orientation.

= = = =

theoretical holding force [N] mass [kg] acceleration due to gravity [9,81 m/s 2] system acceleration [m/s 2] (remember to include the “emergency off” situation!) µ = coeff. of friction = 0,1 for oily surfaces = 0,2 ...0,3 for wet surfaces = 0,5 for wood, metal, glass, stones, ... = 0,6 for rough surfaces S = safety factor (minimum value 2; higher for critical, inhomogeneous or porous materials or rough surfaces) Example: F TH = (61,33/0,5)x (9,81 +5)x 2 F TH = 3633 N

FTH

FTH

For the example used for this description, load case III can be ignored, since the workpieces are to be handled only in a horizontal orientation.

Comparison: A comparison of the figures for load cases I and II results, in this example, in a maximum value for F TH =1822 N in load case II, and this value is therefore used for further design calculations.

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The suction pads are normally selected on the basis of the following criteria: Operating conditions: the operating conditions (single or multiple shift operation, expected lifetime, aggressive surroundings, temperature etc.) at the point of use are decisive for the selection of the suction pads. Material: Please select the best material for the suction pads from the detailed table in chapter 2.

Surface: depending on the surface of the handled workpieces, certain suction-pad versions may be more suitable. The product range includes flat and bellows suction pads.

Example: In this example, where steel sheets are to be handled, we will use the flat suction pads, Mod. VTCF in NBR. This is the best and most efficient solution for the handling of smooth, flat workpieces. The data for this suction pad type can be found on the related pages in chapter 2. Calculation of the suction force F S [N] F S = F TH /n F S = suction force F TH = theoretical force n = number of suction pads Example: For medium sized (2500 x 1250 mm) steel sheets, normally 6 to 8 suction pads would be used. The most important criterion for deciding the number of suction pads in this example, is the flexing of the steel sheet during transport.

Calculation of the suction force F S [N] F S = 1822/6

F S = 304 N

According to the Technical Data as shown on page 2.00.004 for Series VTCF, 6 pcs. of suction pads Mod. VTCF-0950N are needed with a suction force of 340 N each. F S = 1822/8

F S = 228 N

According to the Technical Data as shown on page 2.00.004 for Series VTCF, 8 pcs. of suction pads Mod. VTCF-800N are needed with a suction force of 260 N each. In this example we decide to use 6 pcs. of suction pads Mod. VTCF-950N since this number is sufficient and helps to keep the costs down. Important: â&#x20AC;˘ The load which each suction pad can carry is shown in the table Technical Data for each suction-pad type in chapter 2. â&#x20AC;˘ The load-carrying capacity of the suction pad must always be greater than the calculated value. 1.00 008

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Normally, the manner in which the suction pads are mounted is defined to meet the customerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs. However, there may be special reasons which make a specific mounting element mandatory in certain cases: Uneven or sloping surfaces The suction pad must be able to adapt itself to the slope: > flexible nipple NPF Different heights or thicknesses The suction pads must be spring-mounted in order to compensate for varying heights: > spring plunger Example: In this example the steel sheets are stacked on a pallet. If the sheets are larger than the pallet, they may hang down at the ends. This means that the suction pads must be able to compensate for considerable height differences and slope angles. We decide to use: Spring plunger Mod. NPM-FM-1/4-75 We need the largest possible stroke to cope with the hanging ends of the steel sheets. The 1/4 thread is needed for connection to the flexible nipple. Flexible nipple Mod. NPF Optimum flexibility for inclined workpiece surfaces. Check valves Mod. VNV These are used on vacuum gripper systems containing multiple suction pads in order to shut off indivual suction pads which are not covered by the workpiece, (when handling work pieces of different sizes).

Note: When selecting the mounting elements, please make sure that these can be screwed onto the suction pads, i.e. that they have threads of the same size. Also note the load-carrying capacities of the mounting elements. The various mounting elements and their technical data can be found in chapter 3.

SELECTION OF VACUUM HOSES

The size of the vacuum hose must match the suction pads which are used. Recommendations for the cross-sectional size of the vacuum hose can be found in the table Technical Data in chapter 2. The various hoses are shown in the General Catalogue page 7.08.009. Example: For exampe, from the table with Technical Data we choose a TRN 8/6 hose in polyammide.

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CALCULATION VACUUM GENERATORS

Based upon our experience and upon the values measured during the system design, we recommend to choose the vacuum generator depending on the diameter of the suction pad, according to the table below:

REQUIRED SUCTION RATE AS A FUNCTION OF THE SUCTION PAD DIAMETER Suction pad Ă&#x2DC; up to 20 mm up to 40 mm up to 60 mm up to 90 mm up to 120 mm

Required suction rate Vs 0,17 m 3/h 2,83 l/min 0,35 m 3/h 5,83 l/min 0,5 m 3/h 8,3 l/min 0,75 m 3/h 12,7 l/min 1 m 3/h 16,6 l/min

Note: The indicated values apply to all types of vacuum generators. The recommended suction rate is for a single suction pad and is valid only for smooth, air-tight surfaces. For porous surfaces we recommend the execution of a suitable test before selection of the vacuum generator. Calculation of the required suction rate V [m 3/h, l/min] V = n x VS n = number of suction pads V S = required suction rate for a single suction pad [m 3/h, l/min] The suction rate values of the different vacuum generators can be found in the table Technical Data for each vacuum generator in chapter 4.

Example: V = 6 x 16,6 V = 99,6 l/min We choose a compact ejector Mod. VEC-20 with a suction rate of 116 l/min.

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The following functions are available: • adjustable switching point • fixed or adjustable hysteresis • digital and/or analog output signals • status LED • display with keypad • connection with M5 Female thread, G1/8 Male, flange or plug-in tube The various versions and their technical data can be found in chapter 6.

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Vacuum switches and pressure gauges are normally selected on the basis of the functions required in the application and on the switching frequency.

Example: • vacuum switch SWD-V00-PA with digital display, adjustable hysteresis (already integrated into the compact ejector) • pressure gauge.

SELECTION OF THE VACUUM SWITCHES AND PRESSURE GAUGES

Even if you are confident that the results of the system-design work are correct, you should still carry out tests with original workpieces to be on the safe side. However, the theoretical system design will give you a good idea of the general parameters for the intended application.

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Suction pads

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Suction pads are components used in situations where objects (parts, packaging materials, etc.) need to be lifted, transported, turned or any other movement. Since these components are in direct contact with the object, their technical design, shape and material composition are of great importance. Based upon their shape, the suction pads can be divided into: - Flat suction pads - Bellows suction pads - Oval suction pads

S U C T I O N

The different profiles are suitable for a great variety of applications, in different situations; therefore the choice of the material is important to guarantee the efficiency and the life of the equipment on which they are mounted. At the end of this section a ÂŤSelection and configurationÂť table has been included with some tips and technical information for choosing the right material.

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Flat suction pads (round) Series VTCF

Universal suction pads in NBR or Silicone, ideal for a wide range of applications. Due to their flat shape and design with excellent holding stability,

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it is possible to handle objects under very short cycle times (high speed and acceleration) if necessary.

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Flat suction pads (oval) Series VTOF

doors and other flat objects with raised ribs. Compared to the round suction pads the oval suction pads have a much higher suction force for narrow objects.

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Suctions pads in NBR or Silicone which particular shape are particularly suitable for the movement of long and narrow objects such as tubes, profiles, window frames,

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The bellows suction pads Series VTCL, are available in NBR or Silicone. The bellows design enables a soft contact with the work piece which makes it especially suitable

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Bellows suction pads Series VTCL

for the handling of delicate objects. These suction pads can also be used when there is a need to compensate different heights.

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Bellows suction pads Series VTCN

The bellows suction pads Series VTCN, available in NBR or Silicone, are ideal for pieces with very irregular surfaces and with significant differences in heights.

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The 2,5 folds bellows design enables an extremely soft contact with the work piece which makes it especially suitable for the handling of very delicate objects.

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P A D S

Flat suction pads (round) Series VTCF The flat suction pads Series VTCF have a very robust and wear resistant design and consist of a nipple and rubber part. On suction pads with diameter up to 50 mm, the nipples are inserted directly into the rubber part. From diameter 60 mm and up, a mounting plate is vulkanised into the rubber part to which the nipple should be mounted. The suction pads can also be ordered separately without nipples as spare parts. The suction pads Series VTCF are generally used for handling of objects with smooth or slightly curved surfaces such as sheets of different materials, extruded profiles, cardboard boxes, plastic components, wood panels etc. Applications -Handling of flat parts with smooth or slightly rough surfaces -Version in silicone for the handling of parts at high temperatures.

Advantages Wide range of diameters, all available in materials NBR or Silicone. Low profile, with reduced intrinsic volume which enables short cycle times and/or the use of smaller vacuum generators.

Compact design for good resistance towards transversal forces at high accelerations, thus suitable for applications with fast movements. Supports on the bottom of the suction pad which reduce the risk for permanent deformation of thin-walled objects.

GENERAL DATA

Description Construction Maintenance

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robust hard-wearing suction pads consisting of suction pad VTCF and connection nipple - nipples and suction pads are supplied not pre-assembled - diam. 3,5 - 50 mm, suction pad with nipple directly mounted. Diam. 60 - 95 mm, suction pad with vulkanised mounting plate for assembly of the nipple it is possible to replace the rubber part

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Nipple

Complete suction pad

TECHNICAL DATA

Suction force [N]* 0,42 0,75 2,3 4

Int. volume [cm 3] 0,002 0,005 0,03 0,07

Min. curvature radius[mm] (convex) 2 4 5 6

Recommended internal tube diam.d [mm] 2 2 2 2

VTCF-0150 VTCF-0200 VTCF-0250 VTCF-0300 VTCF-0350 VTCF-0400 VTCF-0500 VTCF-0600 VTCF-0800 VTCF-0950

9 15,5 26,5 34 44 57,7 91 125 260 350

0,4 0,8 1,3 1,3 2,7 3,8 7 10 25 35

9 13 18 26 31 37 41 70 100 150

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6

P A D S

Mod./diam. VTCF-0035 VTCF-0050 VTCF-0080 VTCF-0100

S U C T I O N

Replacement pad

* *The specified suction forces are theoretical values at a vacuum of -0,6 bar and with dry and smooth workpiece surface. They do not include any safety factor.

CODING OF SUCTION PADS SERIES VTCF

VT C F - 0035 N - M3 M

SERIES VT = Suction pad

THREAD M = Male F = Female SHAPE C = Round

THREAD SIZE M3 = M3 M5 = M5 1/8 = G1/8 1/4 = G1/4 MATERIALS N = NBR S = Silicone

VERSION F = Flat

DIAMETERS 0035 = 3,5 mm 0050 = 5,0 mm 0080 = 8,0 mm 0100 = 10,0 mm 0150 = 15,0 mm 0200 = 20,0 mm 0250 = 25,0 mm

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.

0300 0350 0400 0500 0600 0800 0950

= = = = = = =

30,0 35,0 40,0 50,0 60,0 80,0 95,0

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

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S E R I E S

VTCF

New 2006

Suction pad VTCF VTCF from 0050 to 0500

LG1

G1 dn

SW1

SW1

Z

Z

H

H

H

SW1

female thread

dn

Z Ds

Ds D1

Ds D1

D1

VTCF from 0600 to 0950

male thread

VTCF from 0600 to 0950 G1

female thread

G1

dn

dn

Z

H

H

LG1

LG1

SW1 SW1

Z

P A D S S U C T I O N

dn

VTCF from 0050 to 0500 G1

male thread

LG1

G1

male thread

LG1

VTCF-0035

Ds

Ds D1

D1

SUCTION PAD SPARE PARTS

DIMENSIONS Suction pad mod.VTCF complete with nipples

Dimensions in mm (Tollerances on dimensions for elastomer parts according to M3 - DIN 7715) D1 dn Ds G1** H LG1 SW1

Z

Suction pad Mod.VTCF without nipple

VTCF-0035* VTCF-0050* VTCF-0050* VTCF-0080* VTCF-0080* VTCF-0100* VTCF-0100* VTCF-0100* VTCF-0100* VTCF-0150* VTCF-0150* VTCF-0200* VTCF-0200* VTCF-0250* VTCF-0250* VTCF-0300* VTCF-0300* VTCF-0350* VTCF-0350* VTCF-0400* VTCF-0400* VTCF-0500* VTCF-0500* VTCF-0600* VTCF-0600* VTCF-0800* VTCF-0800* VTCF-0950* VTCF-0950*

3,9 5,4 5,4 8,5 8,5 10,7 10,7 10,7 10,7 15,8 15,8 21,2 21,2 25,8 25,8 29,6 29,6 35,6 35,6 41,6 41,6 51,1 51,1 62,1 62,1 82,8 82,8 97,8 97,8

0,5 0,9 0,9 1,4 1,4 1,3 1,3 1,3 1,3 1,9 1,9 2,3 2,3 3 3 2 2 3 3 3,5 3,5 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 6

VTCF-0035* VTCF-0050* VTCF-0050* VTCF-0080* VTCF-0080* VTCF-0100* VTCF-0100* VTCF-0100* VTCF-0100* VTCF-0150* VTCF-0150* VTCF-0200* VTCF-0200* VTCF-0250* VTCF-0250* VTCF-0300* VTCF-0300* VTCF-0350* VTCF-0350* VTCF-0400* VTCF-0400* VTCF-0500* VTCF-0500* VTCF-0600* VTCF-0600* VTCF-0800* VTCF-0800* VTCF-0950* VTCF-0950*

M3 M M5 M M5 F M5 M M5 F M5 M M5 F 1/8 M 1/8 F 1/8 M 1/8 F 1/8 M 1/8 F 1/8 M 1/8 F 1/8 M 1/8 F 1/8 M 1/8 F 1/8 M 1/8 F 1/8 M 1/8 F 1/4 M 1/4 F 1/4 M 1/4 F 1/4 M 1/4 F

1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2,4 2,4 2,4 2,4 2,4 2,4 2,4 2,4 2,4 2,4 5,5 5,5 5,5 5,5 5,5 5,5

3,5 5 5 8 8 10 10 10 10 15 15 20 20 25 25 28,8 28,8 35 35 40 40 50 50 60 60 80 80 95 95

M3 M M5 M M5 F M5 M M5 F M5 M M5 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/4 M G1/4 F G1/4 M G1/4 F G1/4 M G1/4 F

6 11,5 16,5 12 17 12,5 17,5 12,5 23,5 13 24 15 26 19 30 17 28 19 30 19 30 20 31 23 39 25 41 25,5 41,5

3 4,5 5,5 4,5 5,5 4,5 5,5 8 9 8 9 8 9 8 9 8 9 8 9 8 9 8 9 10 11 10 11 10 11

5 8 8 8 8 8 8 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 17 17 17 17 17 17

* N = suction pad in NBR S = suction pad in silicone (indicate the required letter when placing an order) ** M = Male thread F = Female thread

2.00 005

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.


S E R I E S

New 2006

VTOF

Flat suction pads (oval) Series VTOF

S U C T I O N

The flat oval suction pads Series VTOF which have a very robust and wear resistant design consist of a nipple and rubber part. The nipples are inserted directly into the rubber part. Pads size 30x10 and larger are further equipped with a special clip in order to avoid unwanted rotation during operation. The suction pads can also be ordered separately without nipples as spare parts.

P A D S

Application - Handling of narrow workpieces with small undulated gripping surface such as plates, extruded profiles plastic components, etc. - Handling of frame elements as for example doors, windows, etc - Silicone version for handling of pieces at high temperatures.

Advantages Compact design with good resistance against transversal forces, thus suitable for fast movements Low profile, with reduced intrinsic volume for short cycle times and/or the use of smaller vacuum generators Optimised shape for high suction force with reduced size

Supports on the bottom to avoid permanent deformation on the workpiece. Size 30x10 and up equipped with a special clip to prevent unwanted rotation.

GENERAL DATA

Description Construction Maintenance

robust and wear resistant pad consisting of rubber part and connection nipple - nipples and suction pads are supplied not pre-assembled - size 30x10 mm and up equipped with a clip to avoid rotation) it is possible to replace the rubber part

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.

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VTOF

S E R I E S

New 2006

MODULAR SYSTEM

Nipple

P A D S

Complete suction pad

Replacement pad

S U C T I O N

TECHNICAL DATA

Model/dimensions VTOF-0070-035 VTOF-0150-050 VTOF-0180-060 VTOF-0300-100 VTOF-0450-150 VTOF-0600-200

Suction force [N]* 1 3,1 4,5 12,2 28,2 50,1

Internal vol. [cm 3] 0,019 0,036 0,058 0,28 0,98 2,3

Min. Curve radius. [mm] (convex) 3 5 7 10 18 25

Recommended internal tube diameter [mm] 2 2 2 4 6 6

* The specified suction forces are theoretical values at a vacuum of -0,6 bar and with dry and smooth workpiece surface. They do not include any safety factor.

CODING OF SUCTION PADS SERIES VTOF

VT O F - 0070 - 035 N - M3 M

SERIES VT = suction pad

THREAD M = Male F = Female SHAPE O = Oval

THREAD SIZE M3 = M3 M5 = M5 1/8 = G1/8 1/4 = G1/4 VERSION F =flat

MATERIALS N = NBR S = Silicone

DIMENSIONS 0070 - 035 = 7,0 x 3,5 mm 0150 - 050 = 15,0 x 5,0 mm 0180 - 060 = 18,0 x 6,0 mm 0300 - 100 = 30,0 x 10,0 mm 0450 - 150 = 45,0 x 15,0 mm 0600 - 200 = 60,0 x 20,0 mm

2.00 007

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.


S E R I E S

New 2006

VTOF

Suction pad VTOF male thread

S U C T I O N

G1 dn

H

Z

LG1

SW1

B

D1

L

P A D S

female thread G1 dn

Z

H

LG1

SW1

B

D1

L

SUCTION PADS SPARE PARTS

DIMENSIONS Suction pad Mod.VTOF complete with nipple VTOF-0070-035* VTOF-0150-050* VTOF-0150-050* VTOF-0180-060* VTOF-0180-060* VTOF-0300-100* VTOF-0300-100* VTOF-0450-150* VTOF-0450-150* VTOF-0600-200* VTOF-0600-200*

M3 M M5 M M5 F M5 M M5 F 1/8 M 1/8 F 1/4 M 1/4 F 1/4 M 1/4 F

Dimensions in mm (Tollerances on dimensions for elastomer parts according to M3 - DIN 7715) B dn G1** H L LG1 SW1 Z

Suction pad Mod.VTOF without nipple

3,5 5 5 6 6 10 10 15 15 20 20

VTOF-0070-035* VTOF-0150-050* VTOF-0150-050* VTOF-0180-060* VTOF-0180-060* VTOF-0300-100* VTOF-0300-100* VTOF-0450-150* VTOF-0450-150* VTOF-0600-200* VTOF-0600-200*

1 2 2 2 2 3,5 3,5 3,5 3,5 3,5 3,5

M3 M M5 M M5 F M5 M M5 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/4 M G1/4 F G1/4 M G1/4 F

8 17 22 17 22 17 25 26 36 26 36

7 15 15 18 18 30 30 45 45 60 60

3 5 5,5 5 5,5 8 9 10 12 10 12

5 8 8 8 8 14 14 17 17 17 17

0,8 0,7 0,7 0,8 0,8 1,5 1,5 2 2 2,5 2,5

* N = suction pad in NBR S = suction pad in silicone (indicate the required letter when placing an order) ** M = Male thread F = Female thread

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.

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VTCL

S E R I E S

New 2006

S U C T I O N

P A D S

Bellows suction pads (round) Series VTCL (1,5 folds) The bellows suction pads (1,5 folds) series VTCL have a rugged design and consist of a nipple and rubber part. The nipples are inserted directly into the rubber part. The rubber parts can also be ordered separately without nipples as spare parts. Materials: NBR or Silicone.

Application - Handling of even or uneven workpieces such as panels for car bodies, tubes, cardboard boxes Handling of fragile workpieces such as electronics components, injection moulded pieces, etc - Handling of welded pieces. - Silicone version for handling high temperatures pieces.

Advantages Wide range of diameters, in NBR or Silicone. Soft, tapered sealing lip for very good adaptation to curved or uneven workpiece surfaces in general. High suction force and optimal damping when placed on the workpiece.

Supports on the bottom to avoid permanent deformation of the workpiece. Very stiff top fold for good stability and good resistance towards transversal forces at high accelerations. Good compensation of possible height differences on the workpiece

GENERAL DATA

Description Construction Maintenance

2.00 009

wear resistant suction pad consisting of rubber part and connection nipple nipples and suction pads are supplied not pre-assembled it is possible to replace the rubber part

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.


S E R I E S

New 2006

VTCL

MODULAR SYSTEM Nipple

Replacement

TECHNICAL DATA

Suction force[N]*

VTCL-110 VTCL-140 VTCL-160 VTCL-200 VTCL-220 VTCL-250 VTCL-330 VTCL-430 VTCL-530

0,95 1,2 2,3 4,7 5,7 7,3 13,6 22,8 51,3

Pull-off force [N] (convex) 3,8 5 6,7 10,7 15,2 17,3 39,6 64,5 95

Internal vol. [cm 3] [mm] 0,225 0,42 0,75 1,15 1,4 3,15 4,75 9,25 26,25

Min. curve radius [mm]

Recommended internal tube diameter d (mm)

5 6 7 9 10 11 15 30 40

4 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6

P A D S

Model/diameter

S U C T I O N

Complete suction pad

* The specified suction forces are theoretical values at a vacuum of -0,6 bar and with dry and smooth workpiece surfaceand smooth workpiece surface. They do not include any safety factor.

CODING OF SUCTION PADS SERIES VTCL

VT C L - 110 N - M5 M

SERIES VT =Suction pad

THREAD M = Male F = Female SHAPE C =Round

THREAD SIZE M5 = M5 1/8 = G1/8 1/4 = G1/4

VERSION L =Bellows 1,5 folds MATERIALS N = NBR S = Silicone

DIAMETERS 110 = 11,0 mm 140 = 14,0 mm 160 = 16,0 mm 200 = 20,0 mm 250 = 25,0 mm 330 = 33,0 mm 430 = 43,0 mm 530 = 53,0 mm

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.

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VTCL

S E R I E S

New 2006

Suction pad VTCL male thread

G1

P A D S

dn

Z

H

LG1

SW1

female thread

G1 dn

H

LG1

SW1

Z

S U C T I O N

Ds D1

Ds D1

DIMENSIONS

SUCTION PADS SPARE PARTS

Suction pad Mod.VTCL complete with nipple

Dimensions in mm (Tollerances on elastomer parts according to M3 - DIN 7715) D1 dn Ds G1** H LG1

SW1

Z

Suction pad Mod.VTCL without nipple

VTCL-110* VTCL-110* VTCL-110* VTCL-140* VTCL-140* VTCL-140* VTCL-160* VTCL-160* VTCL-160* VTCL-200* VTCL-200* VTCL-200* VTCL-250* VTCL-250* VTCL-330* VTCL-330* VTCL-430* VTCL-430* VTCL-530* VTCL-530*

11 11 11 13 13 13 16,5 16,5 16,5 18,3 18,3 18,3 23,7 23,7 33 33 43 43 53 53

14 14 7 14 14 7 14 14 7 14 14 7 14 14 17 17 17 17 17 17

4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 5 5 5 12 12 12 12 10 10 15 15

VTCL-110* VTCL-110* VTCL-110* VTCL-140* VTCL-140* VTCL-140* VTCL-160* VTCL-160* VTCL-160* VTCL-200* VTCL-200* VTCL-200* VTCL-250* VTCL-250* VTCL-330* VTCL-330* VTCL-430* VTCL-430* VTCL-530* VTCL-530*

1/8 M 1/8 F M5 M 1/8 M 1/8 F M5 M 1/8 M 1/8 F M5 M 1/8 M 1/8 F M5 M 1/8 M 1/8 F 1/4 M 1/4 F 1/4 M 1/4 F 1/4 M 1/4 F

3,5 3,5 2,5 3,5 3,5 2,5 3,5 3,5 2,5 3,5 3,5 2,5 3,5 3,5 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4

10,4 10,4 10,4 12,5 12,5 12,5 15,6 15,6 15,6 18,1 18,1 18,1 22,5 22,5 30 30 38 38 50 50

G1/8 M G1/8 F M5 M G1/8 M G1/8 F M5 M G1/8 M G1/8 F M5 M G1/8 M G1/8 F M5 M G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/4 M G1/4 F G1/4 M G1/4 F G1/4 M G1/4 F

22 28 21 22 28 21 25 31 24 21,5 27,5 20,5 29 35 31 42 32 43 38 49

7,5 8,5 5 7,5 8,5 4,5 7,5 8,5 5 7,5 8,5 4,5 7,5 8,5 11 12 11 12 11 12

* N = suction pad in NBR S = suction pad in silicone (indicate required letter when placing an order) ** M = Male thread F = Female thread

2.00 011

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.


S E R I E S

New 2006

VTCN

Bellows suction pads (round) Series VTCN (2.5 folds)

S U C T I O N

The bellows suction pads (2,5 folds) Series VTCN have a rugged design and consist of a nipple and rubber part. The nipples are inserted directly into the rubber part. The rubber parts can also be ordered separately without nipples as spare parts Materials: NBR or Silicone.

P A D S

Application - Handling of even or uneven workpieces such as plates for car bodies, tubes, cardboard boxes - Handling of fragile workpieces such as electronics components, injection moulded pieces, etc - Handling of welded pieces. - Silicone version for handling high temperatures pieces.

Advantages Wide range of diameters, in NBR or Silicone versions. Soft, tapered sealing lip for very good adaptation to curved or uneven workpiece surfaces in general. High suction force and optimal damping when placed on the workpiece. Supports on the bottom to avoid permament deformation of the workpiece.

Very stiff top fold for good stability and good resistance towards transversal forces at high accelerations Very good compensation of possible height differences on the workpiece.

GENERAL DATA

Description Constructio Maintenance

wear resistant suction pad consisting of rubber part and connection nipple nipples and suction pads are supplied not pre-assembled it is possible to replace the rubber part

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.

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S E R I E S

VTCN

New 2006

MODULAR SYSTEM

Nipple

S U C T I O N

P A D S

Suction pad complete

Replacement pad

TECHNICAL DATA

Model/diameter

Suction force [N]*

*Pull-off force [N]**

Internal vol. [cm 3]

VTCN-050 VTCN-070 VTCN-090 VTCN-120 VTCN-140 VTCN-180 VTCN-200 VTCN-250 VTCN-320 VTCN-420 VTCN-520

0,1 0,1 0,7 0,9 1,2 2,3 3,8 4,5 12 13,6 27

0,8 0,9 2,3 3,5 5,7 8,5 12,1 19 36,9 44 96

0,033 0,043 0,15 0,6 0,975 1,35 2 5,4 10 19,5 62

Min. curve radius. [mm] (convex) 2 3 5 6 7 9 10 12 17 24 35

Recommended internal tube diameter [mm] 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 6 6

* The specified suction forces are theoretical values at a vacuum of -0,6 bar and with dry and smooth workpiece surfaceand smooth workpiece surface. They do not include any safety factor.

CODING OF SUCTION PADS SERIES VTCN

VT C N - 050 N - M5 M

SERIES VT = Suction pad

THREAD M = Male F = Female SHAPE C = Round THREAD SIZE M5 = M5 1/8 = G1/8 1/4 = G1/4

VERSION N = 2,5 bellows MATERIALS N = NBR S = Silicone

DIAMETERS 050 = 5,0 mm 070 = 7,0 mm 090 = 9,0 mm 120 = 12,0 mm 140 = 14,0 mm 180 = 18,0 mm

2.00 013

200 250 320 420 520

= 20,0 = 25,0 = 32,0 = 42,0 = 52,0

mm mm mm mm mm

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.


S E R I E S

New 2006

VTCN

Suction pad VTCN male thread

female thread

G1 dn

dn SW1

Z

Z

H

H

LG1

LG1

SW1

Ds

Ds

D1

D1

SUCTION PAD SPARE PARTS

Suction pad mod.VTCN complete with nipple

Dimensions in mm (Tollerances on dimensions for elastomer parts according to M3 - DIN 7715) D1 dn Ds G1** H LG1 SW1

Z

Suction pad Mod.VTCN without nipple

VTCN-050* VTCN-050* VTCN-070* VTCN-070* VTCN-070* VTCN-090* VTCN-090* VTCN-090* VTCN-120* VTCN-120* VTCN-120* VTCN-140* VTCN-140* VTCN-140* VTCN-180* VTCN-180* VTCN-180* VTCN-200* VTCN-200* VTCN-200* VTCN-250* VTCN-250* VTCN-320* VTCN-320* VTCN-420* VTCN-420* VTCN-520* VTCN-520*

5,5 5,5 6,5 6,5 6,5 9,3 9,3 9,3 12,7 12,7 12,7 15 15 15 18,5 18,5 18,5 20 20 20 24,7 24,7 32,6 32,6 43,5 43,5 52,5 52,5

2 2 4 4 4 3 3 3 6 6 6 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 20 20 16,5 16,5 23 23 27 27

VTCN-050* VTCN-050* VTCN-070* VTCN-070* VTCN-070* VTCN-090* VTCN-090* VTCN-090* VTCN-120* VTCN-120* VTCN-120* VTCN-140* VTCN-140* VTCN-140* VTCN-180* VTCN-180* VTCN-180* VTCN-200* VTCN-200* VTCN-200* VTCN-250* VTCN-250* VTCN-320* VTCN-320* VTCN-420* VTCN-420* VTCN-520* VTCN-520*

M5 M M5 F 1/8 M 1/8 F M5 M 1/8 M 1/8 F M5 M 1/8 M 1/8 F M5 M 1/8 M 1/8 F M5 M 1/8 M 1/8 F M5 M 1/8 M 1/8 F M5 M 1/8 M 1/8 F 1/4 M 1/4 F 1/4 M 1/4 F 1/4 M 1/4 F

2 2 3,5 3,5 2,5 3,5 3,5 2,5 3,5 3,5 2,5 3,5 3,5 2,5 3,5 3,5 2,5 3,5 3,5 2,5 3,5 3,5 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4

5 5 5,9 5,9 5,9 9 9 9 12 12 12 14,5 14,5 14,5 17,2 17,2 17,2 20 20 20 23 23 32 32 42,6 42,6 52,5 52,5

M5 M M5 F G1/8 M G1/8 F M5 M G1/8 M G1/8 F M5 M G1/8 M G1/8 F M5 M G1/8 M G1/8 F M5 M G1/8 M G1/8 F M5 M G1/8 M G1/8 F M5 M G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/4 M G1/4 F G1/4 M G1/4 F G1/4 M G1/4 F

18,5 23,5 20 26 19 21 27 20 27 33 26 28 34 27 28 34 27 28 34 27 40 46 41,5 52,5 50 61 53 64

5 8,5 7,5 8,5 5 7,5 8,5 5 7,5 8,5 5 7,5 8,5 5 7,5 8,5 5 7,5 8,5 5 7,5 8,5 11 12 11 12 11 12

8 8 14 14 7 14 14 7 14 14 7 14 14 7 14 14 7 14 14 7 14 14 17 17 17 17 17 17

P A D S

SIZES

S U C T I O N

G1

* N = suction pad in NBR S = suction pad in silicone (indicate the required letter when placing an order) ** M = Male thread F = Female thread

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.

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VTCF

VTOF

VTCL

S E R I E S

VTCN

New 2006

Technical information

S U C T I O N

P A D S

SUCTION PADS - SOME DEFINITIONS

When designing a vacuum circuit and selecting suitable suction pads it is necessary to follow certain calculations to select each individual component in a correct way. Listed below is a summary of the most common data to take into consideration.

THEORETICAL SUCTION FORCE

Theoretical force (N) at a -0,6 bar measured at sea level. Since this is a theoretical value, it is necessary to reduce this value by adding a safety factor to compensate for friction or loss of vacuum, depending on the application (from rough workpiece surface or porous material etc.)

F TH

FG

LATERAL FORCE

INTERNAL VOLUME

The measured value in N at a vacuum of -0,6 bar on a dry or oily, flat and smooth workpiece surface. These values do not include a safety factor.

FR

This is used to calculate the total volume of the gripper system. With this value, it is also possible to calculate the evacuation time

FG

MINIMUM WORKPIECE CURVATURE RADIUS

SUCTION PAD STROKE

This specifies the minimum radius at which the workpiece can be gripped securely by the suction pad.

Corsa ventosa

This is the lifting effect which occurs during evacuation of a bellows type suction pad.

R

SUCTION PAD MATERIAL SELECTION

Applications Food Oily parts Slight marking of workpieces For high temperatures For low temperatures Very smooth surfaces (glass) Very rough surfaces (wood, stone)

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NBR

SI ;

; ; ; ; ; ;

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S E R I E S

New 2006

VTCF

VTOF

VTCL

VTCN

SELECTION AND CONFIGURATION Planning check-list for selection of suction pads What are the workpiece dimensions and weight?

This is important information to select the suction pad dimensioning (see technical information) and also for the design of the dust filter. Temperature is important to select the suction pad material. It determines the structure, the type and the suction pad version This data is important for the dimensioning and plays a part in the calculations (for instance the vacuum generator suction capacity calculation); (see the technical information). This is important for the dimensioning and design of the suction force, together with the related calculations (for instance the suction capacity and the moment of inertia); (see the technical information). This data is important to establish the dimension and the suction force calculation.

What is the maximum acceleration during handling?

Which kind of handling is needed (moving, slewing, turning over)?

Chemical designation Abreviation Wear resistance Resistance to permanent deformations General weather resistance Resistance to ozone Resistance to oil Resistance to fuels Resistance to alcohol, ethanol 96 % Resistance to solvents General resistance to acids Resistance to steam Tensile strength Abrasion value in mm 3 s. DIN 53516 (approx.) Specific resistance [ohm * cm] Short-term temperature resistance in °C Long-term temperature resistance in °C Shore hardness to DIN 53505 Colour / Coding

Nitrile rubber NBR •• •• •• • •••• •• •••• •• • •• •• 100 –120 at 55 Sh. – from -30° to +120° from -10° to +70° from 40 to 90 black, grey, blue, light blue

Silicone rubber SI • •• ••• •••• • • •••• •• • •• • 180 – 200 at 55 Sh. – from -60° to +250° from -30° to +200° from 30 to 85* white, transparent

P A D S

MATERIALS SUMMARY

S U C T I O N

How is the workpiece surface (rough, structured, smooth)? Could the workpiece be dirty? If so, what kind of dirt? What is the highest workpiece temperature? Is an accurate gripping/placing/positionining required? What is the cycle time?

This is important data for the suction force calculation and to establish the required suction force and number of suction pads, (see technical information). It determines the kind of suction pad (material, shape, dimensions).

*After-bake of silicone 10 h/160 °C = +5 ...10 Shore A • • • • excellent

• • • very good

• • good

• poor to satisfactory

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New 2006

Accessories for suction pads

A C C E S S O R I E S

Camozzi offers a range of accessories necessary to create complete gripping systems There are different alternatives to integrate the suction pads into the system depending on the conditions in combination with the requirements. Following accessories are included in the most common solutions: - Flexible suction pad mountings - Spring plungers - Check valves

3.03

Flexible suction pad mountings Series NPF

This flexible suction pad mounting has a rubber connection between the two metallic parts, which allows it to tilt in all directions in order to obtain a better orientation to the suction pad towards the workpiece. Especially if this is slightly angled.

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New 2006

PRODUCT GUIDE

3.05

Spring plungers Series NPM - NPR (non rotating)

A C C E S S O R I E S

The spring plungers are used in situations where significant height differences of the workpieces have to be compensated for. The spring provides furthermore a gentle approach towards the workpiece without further complex controls in fully automated systems, which is important when handling sensitive workpieces.

3.08

Check valves Series VNV

The check valves Series VNV are mainly used on vacuum gripper sytems containing multiple suction pads in order to shut off individual suction pads which are not covered or accidentally pulled away from the workpiece. In this way the gripper system can operate correctly maintaining the vacuum level necessary for the application

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NPF

S E R I E S

New 2006

A C C E S S O R I E S

Flexible suction pad mountings Series NPF The flexible suction pad mounting Series NPF permit a better adaptation between the suction pad and the workpiece due to its ability in all directions, (up to 12â&#x20AC;?). Application - Suitable to use in conjunction with larger flat suction pads on bigger workpieces like metal or wooden sheets which are either inclined or have a tendency to sag during the lifting operation or simply have a slightly irregular shape. They can also be used in combination with spring plungers for further compensation in height if needed.

Advantages Flexible in all directions for optimal adaptation to the workpiece (up to 12°) Low pivoting point which reduces the wear on the suction pad. Rubber covered (vulcanised) metal connection for heavy loads. The vulcanisation provides perfect sealing and automatic return to neutral position.

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S E R I E S

New 2006

NPF

TECHNICAL DATA

Vertical load [N] 500 750

Bending moment [Nm] 8 10

Weight [g] 26 30

CODING OF FLEXIBLE SUCTION PAD MOUNTINGS SERIES NPF

NPF - FM - 1/4 - M10X1,25

SERIES NPF = Flexible nipple

THREAD G2 M10X1,5 = M10X1,25 1/4 = G1/4

THREAD FM = Flexible suction pad mountings

THREAD G1 1/4 = G1/4

A C C E S S O R I E S

Mod. NPF FM 1/4 M10x1,25 NPF FM 1/4 1/4

NPF

G1

LG2

H

LG1

W

SW1 dn G2

DIMENSIONS Mod. NPF FM 1/4 M10x1,25 NPF FM 1/4 1/4

Dimensions in mm dn G1* 2,8 G1/4" F 3 G1/4" F

G2* M10x1.25 M G1/4" M

H 27 27

LG1 10,5 12

LG2 8 12

SW1 17 17

W [째] 12 12

* M = Male thread F = Female thread

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NPM

NPR

S E R I E S

New 2006

A C C E S S O R I E S

Spring plungers Series NPM - NPR (non rotating) The spring plungers are used in situations where significant height differences of the workpieces have to be compensated for. The spring provides furthermore a gentle approach towards the workpiece without further complex controls in fully automated systems, which is important when handling sensitive workpieces. Application - Handling of parts with different heights (for example curved metal sheets). - Handling of very sensible parts (for example glass sheets), or parts with a delicate surface.

Advantages Spring plungers with lower pressure for soft contact on delicate surfaces, and good compensation in height. Wide range of sizes with different stroke lengths covering a wide range of applications. Non rotating version available (mainly used together with oval suction pads).

GENERAL DATA

Description

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- spring plunger consisting of a high-strength steel rod, guide sleeve and lower spring

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NPR

S E R I E S

New 2006

NPM

TECHNICAL DATA

Spring force (N/mm) 0,596 0,323 0,508 0,209 0,221 0,143 0,097 0,711 0,452 0,262 3,829 1,072 1,072

Mod. Spring plunger NPR-FF-M3-05 NPR-FF-M5-05 NPR-FF-M5-10 NPR-FF-M5-20 NPR-FM-1/8-15 NPR-FM-1/8-50 NPR-FM-1/4-25 NPR-FM-1/4-75

Spring force (N/mm) 0,596 0,508 0,323 0,209 0,221 0,097 0,711 0,262

Spring force in rest position (N) 1,49 2,75 3,3 1,78 3,53 3,57 2,92 6,47 1,4 5,38 25,64 37,2 24,38

Spring force in rest position (N) 1,49 3,30 2,75 1,78 3,53 2,92 6,47 5,38

Spring force at half the stroke length (N) 2,98 4,36 4,57 3,87 5,19 5,36 5,34 15,36 12,7 15,2 73,5 77,4 75,3

Spring force at half the stroke length (N) 2,98 4,57 4,36 3,87 5,19 5,34 15,36 15,20

Plunger stroke length (mm) 5 10 5 20 15 25 50 25 50 75 25 75 90

Max.vertical static Max. horizontal load (N] static load [N] 550 47 1500 97 1500 132 1500 63 3700 385 3700 283 3700 173 2400 747 2400 466 2400 340 4900 1870 4900 800 4900 730

Weight [g] 9 19 16 25 80 90 110 145 175 190 400 530 544

Plunger stroke length (mm) 5 5 10 20 15 50 25 75

Max.vertical static load (N] 550 1500 1500 1500 3700 3700 2400 2400

Weight [g] 9 16 19 25 80 110 144 202

Max. horizontal static load [N] 47 132 97 63 385 173 747 340

A C C E S S O R I E S

Mod. Spring plunger NPM-FF-M3-05 NPM-FF-M5-10 NPM-FM-M5-05 NPM-FF-M5-20 NPM-FM-1/8-15 NPM-FM-1/8-25 NPM-FM-1/8-50 NPM-FM-1/4-25 NPM-FM-1/4-50 NPM-FM-1/4-75 NPM-FM-1/2-25 NPM-FM-1/2-75 NPM-FM-1/2-90

CODING OF SPRING PLUNGERS SERIES NPF/NPR

NPM FM - 1/4 - 75

SERIES NPM = Spring plunger NPR = Spring plunger - non-rotating

COMPENSATION STROKE 05 = 5 mm 10 = 10 mm 15 = 15 mm 20 = 20 mm 25 = 25 mm 50 = 50 mm 75 = 75 mm 90 = 90 mm

THREAD FM = G1 female/G2 male FF = G1female/G2 female

THREAD M3 = M3 M5 = M5 1/8 = G1/8 1/4 = G1/4 1/2 = G1/2

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NPM

S E R I E S

NPR

New 2006

NPM - NPR

A C C E S S O R I E S

female/female version

female/male version

G3 G3

G1

H

LG3

LG3

LG1

LG1

G1

Z

H

SW1

LG2

LG2

Z

SW1

G2

G2

DIMENSIONS Mod. NPM-FF-M3-05 NPM-FM-M5-05 NPM-FF-M5-10 NPM-FF-M5-20 NPM-FM-1/8-15 NPM-FM-1/8-25 NPM-FM-1/8-50 NPM-FM-1/4-25 NPM-FM-1/4-50 NPM-FM-1/4-75 NPM-FM-1/2-25 NPM-FM-1/2-75 NPM-FM-1/2-90

Mod. NPR-FF-M3-05 NPR-FF-M5-05 NPR-FF-M5-10 NPR-FF-M5-20 NPR-FM-1/8-15 NPR-FM-1/8-50 NPR-FM-1/4-25 NPR-FM-1/4-75

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Dimensions in mm G1 G2 M3 F M3 F M5 F M5 M M5 F M5 F M5 F M5 F G1/8 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/4 M G1/8 F G1/4 M G1/8 F G1/4 M G3/8 F G1/2 M G3/8 F G1/2 M G3/8 F G1/2 M

Dimensions in mm G1 G2 M3 F M3 F M5 F M5 F M5 F M5 F M5 F M5 F G1/8 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/8 M G1/8 F G1/4 M G1/8 F G1/4 M

G3 M6x0.75 G1/8 G1/8 G1/8 M16x1 M16x1 M16x1 M20x1.5 M20x1.5 M20x1.5 M30x1.5 M30x1.5 M30x1.5

H 33,5 41,2 47,2 59,2 80 93 124 95 124,5 154 116 187 199

G3 M6x0.75 G1/8 G1/8 G1/8 M16x1 M16x1 M20x1.5 M20x1.5

LG1 3,8 5,5 5,5 5,5 8 8 8 13 13 13 13 13 13

H 33,5 41,2 47,2 59,2 80 124 95 154

LG2 6 6,2 6,2 6,2 6,5 6,5 6,5 8,5 8,5 8,5 10,5 10,5 10,5

LG1 3,8 5,5 5,5 5,5 8 8 13 13

LG3 10 15 15 15 30 30 30 40 40 40 55 55 55

LG2 6 6,2 6,2 6,2 6,5 6,5 8,5 8,5

SW1 10 14 14 14 22 22 22 24 24 24 36 36 36

LG3 10 15 15 15 30 30 40 40

SW1 10 14 14 14 22 22 24 24

Z 5 5 10 20 15 25 50 25 50 75 25 75 90

Z 5 5 10 20 15 50 25 75

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VNV

Check valves Series VNV

Application - Handling objects with different shape and dimensions with the same gripping system.

A C C E S S O R I E S

The check valves Series VNV are mainly used on vacuum gripper systems containing multiple suction pads in order to shut off individual suction pads which not are covered or accidently pulled away from the workpiece. In this way the gripper system can operate correctly maintaining the vacuum level necessary for the application.

Advantages Enable the de-activation of suction pads not in contact with the workpiece, thus makes it possible to create more versatile â&#x20AC;&#x153;multi useâ&#x20AC;? gripping systems GENERAL DATA

Description

- ball seat valve with fixed bypass function - aluminium body with internal elements in brass - integrated dirt filter

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VNV

S E R I E S

New 2006

TECHNICAL DATA

A C C E S S O R I E S

Mod. VNV-MF-M5 VNV-MF-1/8 VNV-MF-1/4 VNV-MF-3/8 VNV-MF-1/2 VNV-FM-1/8 VNV-FM-1/4 VNV-FM-3/8 VNV-FM-1/2

Min. required suction rate pu = -0,3 bar [m3/h] 0,12 0,22 0,24 0,7 0,7 0,22 0,24 0,7 0,7

Min. required suction rate pu = -0,3 bar [l/min] 2 3,7 4 11,7 11,7 3,7 4 11,7 11,7

Min. required suction rate pu = -0,6 bar [m3/h] 0,22 0,43 0,47 1,4 1,4 0,43 0,47 1,4 1,4

Min. required suction rate pu = -0,6 bar [l/min] 3,7 7,2 7,8 23,3 23,3 7,2 7,8 23,3 23,3

Max.flow rate [m3/h] for blow-off 2,3 15,7 21,9 37,2 37 15,7 21,9 37,2 37

Max.flow rate [l/min] for blow-off 38,3 261,7 365 620 616,7 261,7 365 620 616,7

Weight [g] 2,2 11,2 17,5 30,3 47,4 11,2 17,5 30,3 47,4

CODING

VNV - MF - M5

SERIES VNV = Check valve for vacuum

THREAD M5 = M5 1/8 = G1/8 1/4 = G1/4 3/8 = G3/8 1/2 = G1/2

THREAD MF = G1 male/G2 female FM = G1 female/G2 male

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NPR

S E R I E S

New 2006

NPM

VNV of M5 to G1/2 male/female version

female/male version

Ç

Air flow direction during suction

G1

Air flow direction during suction

G1

LG2

LG2

H

H

SW1

LG1

LG1

SW1

A C C E S S O R I E S

Ç

G2 G2

DIMENSIONS Mod. VNV-MF-M5 VNV-MF-1/8 VNV-MF-1/4 VNV-MF-3/8 VNV-MF-1/2 VNV-FM-1/8 VNV-FM-1/4 VNV-FM-3/8 VNV-FM-1/2 * M = Male

Dimensions in mm G1* M5 M G1/8 M G1/4 M G3/ M G1/2" M G1/8 F G1/4 F G3/8 F G1/2 F

G2* M5 F G1/8 G1/4 G3/8 G1/2 G1/8 G1/4 G3/8 G1/2

F F F F M M M M

H 15,5 26 26 29 29 26 26 29 29

LG1 4,5 8 10 10 12 8,5 11 12 14

LG2 4,5 8,5 11 12 14 8 10 10 12

SW1 8 14 17 22 27 14 17 22 27

F = Female

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New 2006

Ejectors

E J E C T O R S

Vacuum ejectors are based on the Venturi principle, which uses compressed air in order to generate the Vacuum.

4.03

Basic ejectors Series VEB

Vacuum ejectors without moving parts, based on the Venturi principle. Version "L" for porosive workpieces Version "H" for high vacuum value (85%) Typical application sectors - Industrial robotics in most sectors - Feeding systems for presses in automobile industry

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Advantages - No moving parrts for long life and low maintenance - Compact design - No heat generation - Low weight - Rapid generation vacuum - Installation in any position for flexibility

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4.07

Inline ejectors Series VED

E J E C T O R S

Vacuum ejectors without moving parts, based on the Venturi principle. Used for direct installation inline between the suction pad and compressed air supply.

4.10

Compact ejectors Series VEC

Vacuum generator with integrated suction- and blow-off valves together with a monitoring system (vacuum switch). Possibility to command and blow-off individually without external valves. Versions with air saving functions available if needed. These are often used in completely automatic handling systems.

Advantages - Easy installation and low maintenance - Compact design - Low weight - Rapid generation of vacuum

Typical application sectors - Industrial robotics in most sectors - Feeding systems for presses in automobile industry.

4.13

Compact ejectors Series VEM

Vacuum generators Series VEM are similar to VEC but with further reduced weight and dimensions.

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VEB

S E R I E S

New 2006

E J E C T O R S

Basic ejectors Series VEB Basic ejectors Series VEB are universal type ejectors suitable for most industrial applications. They are available in two versions: Version “L” for porosive workpieces Version “H” for high vacuum value (85%) Applications - Industrial robotics in most sectors - Wood industry - Packaging industry - Food industry

Advantages No moving parts for long life and low maintenance. Reduced weight Rapid generation of vacuum EJECTOR SERIES VEB - CONNECTIONS

GENERAL DATA

vacuum inlet Description

silencer

- body in anodised aluminium - internal nozzle in brass - silencer in technopolymer

compressed air inlet

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S E R I E S

New 2006

VEB

CODING OF SERIES VEB

E J E C T O R S

VE B - 05 H

SERIES VE = Vacuum ejector SUCTION TYPE H = High vacuum L = High suction rate

NOZZLE DIAMETER (MM) 05 = 0,5 mm 07 = 0,7 mm 10 = 1 mm 15 = 1,5 mm 20 = 2 mm 25 = 2,5 mm 30 = 3 mm

VERSION B = Basic

TECHNICAL DATA Mod. VEB-05 VEB-07 VEB-10 VEB-15 VEB-20 VEB-20 VEB-25 VEB-25 VEB-30 VEB-30

H H H H H L H L H L

Ă&#x2DC; nozzle [mm] 0,5 0,7 1 1,5 2 2 2,5 2,5 3 3

Degree of evacuation Suction rate [%] max. [l/min] 82 7 85 14 85 34 85 69 85 124 55 170 85 184 55 260 85 240 55 370

Suction rate max. [m 3/h] 0,4 0,8 2 4,1 7,4 10,2 11 15,6 14,4 22,2

Air consumption [l/min] 13 21 49 102 186 186 275 275 392 392

Air consumption [m 3/h] 0,8 1,3 2,9 6,1 11,2 11,2 16,5 16,5 23,5 23,5

Optimum working pressure 4,5 bar 4,5 bar 5 bar 4,5 bar 5 bar 5 bar 5 bar 5 bar 5 bar 5 bar

Weight [kg] 0,011 0,045 0,05 0,11 0,13 0,13 0,295 0,295 0,404 0,404

Diagrammes Evacuation time for different vacuum values

Possible vacuum with different supply pressures

VEB-05H

VEB-H VEB-L

Working pressure [bar]

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VEB-10H

Evacuation time [s/l]

Vacuum [mbar]

VEB-07H VEB-15H

Vacuum [mbar]

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VEB

S E R I E S

New 2006

Diagrams Evacuation time for different vacuum values VEB-05H VEB-07H VEB-10H VEB-15H

VEB-20H VEB-25H Evacuation time [s/l]

Suction rate [l/min]

E J E C T O R S

Suction rate with different vacuum values

Vacuum [mbar]

VEB-30H

Vacuum [mbar]

Evacuation time for different vacuum values

Suction rate with different vacuum values VEB-20H

VEB-20L VEB-25L VEB-30L

VEB-25HS Evacuation time [s/l]

Suction rate [l/min]

VEB-30H

Vacuum [mbar]

Vacuum [mbar]

Suction rate with different vacuum values

Suction rate [l/min]

VEB-20L VEB-25L VEB-30L

Vacuum [mbar]

Suction rate with different vacuum values [l/min] Mod. VEB-05 VEB-07 VEB-07 VEB-10 VEB-15 VEB-20 VEB-20 VEB-25 VEB-25 VEB-30 VEB-30

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H H H H H H L H L H L

Relative pressure [mbar] 0 -50 -100 7 5,9 5,1 16 11,7 10,3 14 11,7 10,3 34 33 29 69 64 60 124 116 104 170 155 138 184 180 170 260 248 233 240 225 215 370 345 315

-200 4,3 8,6 8,6 25 53 92 100 146 182 198 242

-300 3,4 6,8 6,8 22 43 78 75 120 121 165 173

-400 2,6 5,3 5,3 18 36 64 46 96 62 130 102

-500 1,9 3,9 3,9 15 30 48 8 72 28 100 80

-600 1,4 2,8 2,8 9 22 32 47 64 -

-700 0,5 1,1 1,1 6 16 23 28 36 -

-800 0,2 0,4 0,4 3 8 10 13 16 -

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S E R I E S

New 2006

VEB

Evacuation time for a constant volume with different vacuum values [s/l] Mod. H H H H H L H L H L

-300 3,02 1,45 0,59 0,31 0,16 0,18 0,09 0,15 0,06 0,12

-400 4,55 2,18 0,96 0,48 0,24 0,33 0,14 0,26 0,10 0,20

-500 6,57 3,25 1,42 0,72 0,35 0,60 0,20 0,50 0,15 0,38

-600 9,58 4,67 2,03 1,12 0,50 1,70 0,30 0,83 0,21 -

-700 14,80 7,34 3,30 1,70 1,08 0,49 0,42 -

-800 22,40 14,60 7,36 3,60 1,65 1,10 0,80 -

E J E C T O R S

VEB-05 VEB-07 VEB-10 VEB-15 VEB-20 VEB-20 VEB-25 VEB-25 VEB-30 VEB-30

Relative pressure [mbar] -50 -100 -200 0,34 0,76 1,80 0,17 0,36 0,85 0,09 0,16 0,34 0,05 0,07 0,19 0,03 0,05 0,11 0,01 0,04 0,11 0,01 0,03 0,06 0,01 0,03 0,08 0,01 0,02 0,04 0,01 0,03 0,06

VEB 05....30

H

D

G1

B

L L1

SW1

G3

G2

DIMENSIONS Mod. VEB-05 VEB-07 VEB-10 VEB-15 VEB-20 VEB-20 VEB-25 VEB-25 VEB-30 VEB-30

H H H H H L H L H L

Dimensions B 10 16 16 22 26 26 32 32 42 42

in mm D 7 16 16 21 25 25 30 30 40 40

G1 M5 G1/8 G1/8 G1/4 G1/4 G1/4 G3/8 G3/8 G3/8 G3/8

G2 M5 G1/8 G1/8 G1/4 G1/4 G1/4 G1/2 G1/2 G1/2 G1/2

G3* M5 G1/8 G1/8 G1/4 G3/8 G3/8 G1/2 G1/2 G3/4 G3/4

H 20 26 26 38 38 38 50 50 50 50

L 32 40 45 60 75 75 100 100 110 110

L1 50 74 79 101,5 125,5 125,5 161,5 161,5 194,5 194,5

SW1 8 14 14 17 17 17 22 22 22 22

* Female thread

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VED

S E R I E S

New 2006

E J E C T O R S

Inline ejectors Series VED Vacuum ejectors without moving parts, based on the Venturi principle. These ejectors are used for direct installation inline between the suction pad compressed air supply. This substantially reduces the volume to be evacuated and allows therefore shorter cycle times.

Advantages No moving parts for long life and low maintenance. Easy and fast installation directly at the gripping point. Reduced dimensions and weight. GENERAL DATA

EJECTOR SERIES VED - CONNECTIONS compressed air inlet

Description

- body in anodised aluminium - internal nozzle in brass exhaust

vacuum inlet

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S E R I E S

New 2006

VED

CODING OF SERIES VED

VE D - 07

E J E C T O R S

SERIES VE = Vacuum ejector NOZZLE DIAMETER 07 = 0,7 mm 09 = 0,9 mm VERSION D = In line

TECHNICAL DATA

Mod.

Ă&#x2DC; nozzle [mm] 0,7 0,9

VED-07 VED-09

Degree of evacuation [%] 90 89

Suction rate max. [l/min] 14 21

Suction rate max. [m 3/h] 0,8 1,3

Air consumption [l/min] 21 36

Air consumption [m 3/h] 1,3 2,2

Optimum supply pressure 5 bar 5 bar

Weight [kg] 0,015 0,015

Diagrams VED Evacuation time for different vacuum values

VED 07 VED 09

Vacuum [mbar]

Evacuation time [s/l]

Possible vacuum with different supply pressures

Working pressure [bar]

Vacuum [mbar]

Suction rate for different vacuum values

VED 07 Suction rate [l/min]

VED 09

Vacuum [mbar]

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S E R I E S

VED

New 2006

Suction rate for different vacuum values [l/min]

E J E C T O R S

Mod. VED 07 VED 09

Relative pressure [mbar] 0 -50 -100 14 13 12,50 24 23 21

-200 11 19

-300 9,50 16

-400 7,40 12

-500 5 8

-600 3 5

-700 0,45 1,10

-600 4,77 2,75

-700 7,79 4,45

-800 15,65 8,62

-800 0,20 0,24

Evacuation time for different vacuum zones in s/l Mod. VED 07 VED 09

Relative pressure [mbar] -50 -100 -200 0,21 0,41 0,84 0,26 0,31 0,49

-300 1,41 0,81

-400 2,17 1,25

-500 3,17 1,83

VED 07 and 09

SW1

G2

G1

H1

LG3

G3

L

DIMENSIONS Mod. VED-07 VED-09

Dimensions in mm G1 G1/4 G1/4

G2 G1/8 G1/8

G3* M5 M5

H1 29,8 29,8

L 35 35

LG3 5 5

SW1 17 17

* Male thread

4.00 009

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S E R I E S

New 2006

VEC

Compact ejectors Series VEC

E J E C T O R S

Vacuum generator with integrated suction- and blow-off valves together with a monitoring system (vacuum switch). With the Compact ejectors Series VEC it is possible to command suction and blow-off individually without using external valves. Versions with air saving functions are available if needed. The Compact ejectors Series VEC are often used in completely automatic handling systems. For more information regarding the air-saving system and other cables and connectors, see page 4.00.016

Advantages Wide range of nozzle sizes, covering a great number of applications. Modularity for easy installation Available with automatic air saving system (optional) for reduced operation costs. Easy monitoring of the vacuum level through integrated vacuum switch with digital display (optional). GENERAL DATA

COMPACT EJECTOR SERIES VEC blow-off valve

Description

Options

- Body in anodized aluminium - Valve function for the suction available in normally open (NO, suction when not activated) or normally closed (NC, no suction when not activated) - Blow-off valve (NC, normally closed) integrated silencer and unidirectional valve - Integrated electronic or digital vacuum switch. Automatic air-saving system

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suction valve compressed air inlet

vacuum switch vacuum inlet

body silencer

filter

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S E R I E S

VEC

New 2006

CODING OF SERIES VEC

E J E C T O R S

VE C - 10 C 2 - RD VERSION RD = with air saving system and digital vacuum switch (with display) * RE = with air saving system and electronic vacuum switch * VD = without air saving system, with digital vacuum switch (with display) VE = without air saving system, with electronic vacuum switch

SERIES VE = Vacuum ejector VERSION C = Compact

NOZZLE 10 = 1,0 15 = 1,5 20 = 2,0 25 = 2,5

* delivered complete with connectors and cables

DIAMETER (MM) mm mm mm mm

BLOW-OFF VALVE 2 = with Blow-off valve VALVE FUNCTION C = NC (suction OFF when not activated) A = NO (suction ON when not activated)

TECHNICAL DATA

Mod.

Nozzle Ø [mm] 1 1,5 2 2,5 3

VEC-10 VEC-15 VEC-20 VEC-25 VEC-30

Degree of evacuation [%] 85 85 85 85 85

Suction rate max. [l/min] 37 65 116 161 200

Suction rate max. [m3/h] 2,2 3,9 7 9,7 12

Air consumption [l/min] 53 117 190 310 420

Air consumption [m3/h] 3,2 7 11,4 18,6 25,2

Air cons. blow-off [l/min] 200 200 200 200 200

Noise level workp. gripped [db(A)] 66 68 76 72 82

Noise level free [db(A)] 68 68 78 82 82

Optimum working pressure 5 bar 5 bar 5...6 bar 5...6 bar 5...6 bar

Weight Temperature [kg] range 0,275 0,275 0,465 0,485 0,485

0...45 °C 0...45 °C 0...45 °C 0...45 °C 0...45 °C

Diagrams Evacuation time for different vacuum values

VEC

Operating pressure [bar]

Evacuation time [s/l]

Vacuum [mbar]

Achievable vacuum at different supply pressures

VEC 10... VEC 15... VEC 20... VEC 25...

Vacuum [mbar]

Suction rate for different vacuum values

Suction rate [l/min]

VEC 10... VEC 15... VEC 20... VEC 25...

Vacuum [mbar]

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S E R I E S

New 2006

VEC

Suction rate for different vacuum values [l/min] Mod. 10... 15... 20... 25... 30...

-200 28,8 50 90 123 153

-300 24 41 78 107 132

-400 19,4 32 63 86 107

-500 16 21 48 66 82

-600 11,2 16 36 49 61

-700 6 9 18 25 31

-600 2,035 1,120 0,499 0,288

-700 3,304 1,692 0,807 0,486

-800 7,300 3,606 1,652 0,960

-800 1,4 4 5 7 9

E J E C T O R S

VEC VEC VEC VEC VEC

Relative pressure [mbar] 0 -50 -100 37 35,4 33,2 65 62 58 116 108 101 161 149 136 200 184 168

Evacuation time for different pressure values [s/l] Mod. VEC VEC VEC VEC

Relative pressure [mbar] -50 -100 -200 0,087 0,162 0,341 0,048 0,088 0,184 0,026 0,047 0,095 0,015 0,027 0,055

10... 15... 20... 25...

-300 0,591 0,311 0,159 0,089

-400 0,959 0,480 0,239 0,135

-500 1,419 0,744 0,349 0,198

VEC 10....25 VEC 10/15...

VEC 20/25... M8 x1 Switch

H H2 H1 G3/8 (2)

(3) 36,5

49,5 111,5

20

15,5 solo VEC-25...

20

15,5 Solo VEC-25...

(3) 41,5 , 71,5 ,

100

78

68,5 7

12

(133) 112 G1/4 / (1)

H2 H1

H

G1/8 / (2) H3

12

(105) 78,5 , G1/8 / (1) 51,5 ,

ø4,

5

ø

H3

M8 x1 Switch

21

DIMENSIONS Mod. (with air saving) VEC-10C2-RD VEC-15C2-RD VEC-20C2-RD VEC-25C2-RD VEC-10C2-RE VEC-15C2-RE VEC-20C2-RE VEC-25C2-RE

Switch: (without air saving) VEC-10C2-VD VEC-15C2-VD VEC-20C2-VD VEC-25C2-VD VEC-10C2-VE VEC-15C2-VE VEC-20C2-VE VEC-25C2-VE

SWD-V00-PA Electronical digital display ; 2 digital outputs.

SWE-V00-PA Electronical without digital display ; 1 digital output and 1 analog output.

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Dimensions in mm H H1 162 150 162 150 195,5 183,5 195,5 183,5 147,5 135,5 147,5 135,5 181 169 181 169

H2 139 139 172,5 172,5 124,5 124,5 158 158

H3 58,5 58,5 58,5 58,5 44 44 44 44

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VEM

S E R I E S

New 2006

E J E C T O R S

Compact ejectors Series VEM One of the most important features of the Compact ejector Series VEM is the extreme compactness. This compactness and low weight makes them suitable for â&#x20AC;&#x153;dynamicâ&#x20AC;? applications such as robots, when assembled directly on the part in motion (gripper head etc.) The Compact ejectors Series VEM have integrated suction-and blow off valves together with a monitoring system (vacuum switch). With these it is therefore possible to command suction and blow-off individually without using external valves. The Compact ejectors Series VEM are often used in completely automatic handling systems. For cables and connectors see page 4.00.016

Advantages Extremely compact with furter reduced weight. Modularity for easy installation. Easy monitoring of the vacuum level through integrated vacuum switch. GENERAL DATA

COMPACT EJECTOR SERIES VEM blow-off valve

Description

Options

4.00 013

- Body in anodized aluminium - valve function for the suction available in normally open (NO suction when not activated) or normally closed (NC no suction when not activated) - blow-off valve (normally closed), integrated silencer and filter possibility of mounting fitting plate

suction valve compressed air inlet

vacuum switch

vacuum inlet

body silencer

filter

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S E R I E S

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VEM

CODING OF SERIES VEM

VE M - 05 C 2 - VE

E J E C T O R S

VERSION VE = without air saving system, with electronic vacuum switch

SERIES VE = Vacuum ejector

VERSION M = Compact, mini

VERSION 2 = with Blow-off valve NOZZLE 05 = 0,5 07 = 0,7 10 = 1,0

DIAMETER mm mm mm

VALVE FUNCTION C = NC (suction OFF when not activiated) A = NO ( suction ON when not activiated)

TECHNICAL DATA

Mod.

nozzle Ø [mm] 0,5 0,7 1

VEM-05 VEM-07 VEM-10

Degree of evacuation [%] 85 85 85

Max. Suction rate [l/min] 6 12 23

Max. Suction rate [m3/h] 0,4 0,7 1,4

Air consumption [l/min] 13 21 46

Air cons. during evac. [m3/h] 0,8 1,3 2,8

Air cons. during evac. [l/min] 26 26 26

Noise level workp. gripped [db(A)] 62 67 73

Noise level free [db(A)] 62 70 76

Optimum operating pressure 4,5 bar 4,5 bar 4,5 bar

Weight Temperature [kg] range 0,08 0,08 0,08

0...45 °C 0...45 °C 0...45 °C

Diagrams Evacuation time for different vacuum values

VEM

Operating pressure [bar]

Evacuation time [s/l]

Vacuum [mbar]

Achievable vacuum at different operating pressures

VEM 05 VEM 07 VEM 10

Vacuum [mbar]

Suction rate for different vacuum values VEM 05 VEM 07 Suction rate [l/min]

VEM 10

Vacuum [mbar]

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S E R I E S

VEM

New 2006

Suction rate for different pressure values [l/min]

E J E C T O R S

Mod. VEM 05 VEM 07 VEM 10

Relative pressure [mbar] 0 -50 -100 6,0 5,9 5,1 12,0 11,7 10,3 23,0 22,2 19,6

-200 4,3 8,6 16,4

-300 3,4 6,8 13,0

-400 2,6 5,3 10,0

-500 1,9 3,9 7,4

-600 1,4 2,8 5,4

-700 0,5 1,1 2,0

-600 9,58 4,67 3,38

-700 14,80 7,34 5,32

-800 22,40 14,60 11,54

-800 0,2 0,4 0,8

Evacuation time for different pressure values [s/l] Mod. VEM 05 VEM 07 VEM 10

Relative pressure [mbar] -50 -100 -200 0,34 0,76 1,80 0,17 0,36 0,85 0,11 0,24 0,56

-300 3,02 1,45 0,96

-400 4,55 2,18 1,49

-500 6,57 3,25 2,38

VEM 05....10 65

58,4 23

29

Mod. VEM-05C2-VE VEM-05A2-VE VEM-07C2-VE VEM-07A2-VE VEM-10C2-VE VEM-10A2-VE

106,5

M5 (2)

ø3

,2

15

M5 (1)

79

84

120

132

48,1

SWB-V00-PA

M8 x1

(3) 6

10,3

25 56,5

Technical information SELECTION AND CONFIGURATION Check-list for the selection of a vacuum generator Is the workpiece air-tight or porous? How large is the vacuum to be evacuated? How long is the required cycle time? Which vacuum is required? Where is the vacuum generator located?

4.00 015

Affects the evacuation time. Details (in m 3/h or in l/min) are shown on each vacuum generator. Affected by: the evacuation volume of the vacuum generator, the volume to be evacuated, the switching time of the valves, etc. A value of -600 mbar is recommended In any place, however near the suction pads

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S E R I E S

New 2006

NPF

VEC

VED

VEM

Compact ejectors Series VEC with air-saving system Principle function: Compact ejectors Series VEC-…R.. are equipped with an optional automatic air-saving system. This air-saving system consists of a set of cables with an integrated control circuit. When gripping an object, (vacuum on), the ejector remains active until a preset vacuum value is reached. Once reached the preset vacuum value, the ejector is shut OFF. The ejector remains OFF as long as the vacuum value lies within the set hysteresis range, (the ejector consumes no compressed air in this phase). If the vacuum level drops (e.g. due to a leakage in the vacuum system) below the preset limit value, the ejector is re-activated (vacuum on) by the electronic control circuit until the preset vacuum value is reached again. NB The compact ejectors with air-saving system are delivered complete with connectors and cables.

E J E C T O R S

Mod. VEC-10/15-A VEC-10/15-C VEC-20/25-A VEC-20/25-C A = version Normally Open C = version Normally Closed

Applications example: calculation of air consumption - comparison DIMENSIONS

WITHOUT AIR-SAVING

WITH AIR SAVING

Conditions Air consumption l/min Transport time (sec.) Evac. time to -600 mbar (sec.)* Total time vacuum ON (sec.) Air consumption (l/cycle)** Cycle time (sec.) Prod. cycles/day (2-shifts)*** Daily air consumption (l)

VEC-15C2-VE 105 5 0,05 5 8,8 20 2880 25.361

VEC-15C2-RE 105 5 0,05 0,05 0,087 20 2880 250

Air consumption (l)

Without air-saving system

With air-saving system t

In this example the air-saving system saves around 99% of the air.

* Evacuation time = time necessary for the ejector to reach a vacuum level of -600 mbar ** Air consumption l/cycle = (105/60) x 5 (105/60) x 0,05 *** Prod. cycles/day = 8 hours x 3600 s = 28.800/20 s per cycle = 1440 cycles x 2 shifts = 2880 cycles

Connector for ejector Mod. VEC-20… - V… VEC-25… - V… Mod. 126-800

35

Accessories

8

for Series W

1

25

15,5

Connector for ejector Mod. VEC-10… - V… VEM-07… - V… VEC-15… - V… VEM-10… - V… VEM-05…- V… with cable 300 mm with cable 600 mm with cable 1000 mm

37

Mod. 121-803 121-806 121-810

29,7

Cable with 4 pin connector Connector mod. CS-DF04EG-E500 Circular connector M8 4 poles with protection class IP65, with polyurethane non shielded cable, length 5 mt. Connector mod. CS-DR04EG-E500 Circular connector M8 4 poles 90° degrees with protection class IP65, with polyurethane non shielded cable, length 5 mt.

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PRODUCT GUIDE

New 2006

Switches In order to ensure safe functioning of a vacuum system the devices for system monitoring are of significant importance.

S W I T C H E S

Basically the following components are used for system monitoring and control: - Vacuum switches - Combined vacuum/pressure switches - Pressure switches

Components for system monitoring are used in all areas of automated handling, such as feeder systems in the automobile industry, in the plastics industry and in other applications, in order to improve the safety and performance. System monitoring components are also used for the control of energy-saving modules which reduce the energy consumption to an absolute minimum. Each of these product groups has its own specific properties and defined application areas.

5.03

Electronic miniature vacuum switches Series SWM

These vacuum switches for vacuum values in the range -1 and 0 bar. These miniature vacuum switches are used where minimum dimensions are required. 5.00 001

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New 2006

PRODUCT GUIDE

5.05

Electronic vacuum/pressure switches Series SWE

S W I T C H E S

Vacuum/pressure switches for vacuum/pressure values in the range of -1 and 10 bar. Available with two output signals (analog and digital), and can thus also be used as vacuum sensors.

5.07

Electronic vacuum/pressure switches with digital display Series SWD

Pressure switches for pressure values in the range of 0 and 10 bar. Vacuum switches in the range of -1 and 0 bar. High precision and easy to use.

5.10

Electronic vacuum/pressure switch with digital display, cube shaped Series SWC

Pressure switches for pressure values in the range of 0 and 10 bar. Vacuum switches in the range of -1 and 0 bar. High precision and easy to use.

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5.00 002


SWM

S E R I E S

New 2006

S W I T C H E S

Electronic miniature vacuum switches Series SWM Applications - Measurement of vacuum values close to the suction pad - Electric output signal.

Advantages Small dimensions and low weight: can be mounted directly at the gripping point of a handling system, also when subject to high acceleration forces. Available with analog or digital output. High measuring accuracy. Possibility to connect with M5 thread or 6 mm plug in tubes. GENERAL DATA

Description

5.00 003

- mini-sensor and connection cable - available with M5 thread , or plug-in tubes - Analog or digital output signal

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S E R I E S

New 2006

SWM

TECHNICAL DATA

SWM-VA0-T6 non aggressive gases; dry, oil-free air -1...0 bar 5 ± 1% of measuring range Analog: 1...5 V Cable 10-24V-DC IP 40 ± 3% of measuring range

SWM-VD6-M5 non aggressive gases; dry, oil-free air -1...0 bar 5 ± 1% of measuring range Fixed: ca.20 mbar Digital 60 -600 mbar (fixed) LED Cable 10-24V-DC IP 40 ± 3% of measuring range

SWM-VD6-T6 non aggressive gases; dry, oil-free air -1...0 bar 5 ± 1% of measuring range Fixed: ca.20 mbar Digital 60 -600 mbar (fixed) LED Cable 10-24V-DC IP 40 ± 3% of measuring range

Operating temperature Weight [g]

0...50 °C 75

0...50 °C 75

0...50 °C 75

0...50 °C 75

S W I T C H E S

Measuring range Max. overpressure [bar] Repeatability Hysteresis Output signal Max. current [mA] Switching Indication Electrical connection Voltage Protection class Temperature influence

SWM-VA0-M5 non aggressive gases; dry, oil-free air -1...0 bar 5 ± 1% of measuring range Analog: 1...5 V Cable 10-24V-DC IP 40 ± 3% of measuring range

Mod. Fluid

CODING OF SERIES SWM

SW M - VA0 T6 CONNECTION T6 = With diam. 6 mm plug in tube M5 = Male thread M5

SERIES SW = Transducer

OUTPUT SIGNAL VA0 = analog output VD6 = digital output with switching point set to -600 mbar

VERSION M = Micro

Vacuum switches SWM

D

LG1

G1

H

H

H1

SW1

L

L

B

B

DIMENSIONS Mod. SWM-VAO-M5 SWM-VAO-T6

SWM-VD6-M5 SWM-VD6-T6

Dimensions B 9,5 9,5

in mm D 6

G1 M5 -

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H 16,9 17,2

H1 37,2

L 21 21

LG1 5 -

SW1 8 -

5.00 004


S E R I E S

SWE

New 2006

S W I T C H E S

Electronic vacuum/pressure switch Series SWE Applications - Universal electronic vacuum/pressure switch for safety monitoring, optimization of the cycle time or energy saving devices. Electric connection - This device functions correctly with a connector Mod. CS-DF04EG-E500 which should be ordered separately. Consult the end of this section for further details.

Advantages Electronic vacuum switch: Electronically precise measuring. Switching point and hysteresis adjustable: for a perfect adaption to the userâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs. Analog and digital output: adjustable vacuum limit value and continuous vacuum monitoring.

GENERAL DATA

Description

5.00 005

-

electronic vacuum/pressure switch, polycarbonate housing connection with G 1/8 male thread and M5 female thread switching point and hysteresis adjustable through regulation screws supply voltage via 4-pin M8 connector integrated LEDs for visual indication of the switch state

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S E R I E S

New 2006

SWE

TECHNICAL DATA SWE-U10-PA non aggressive gases; dry, oil-free air -1...10 bar 5 ± 1% of the measuring range Adjust.: 3-25 % of the set value with adjustm. screw 3/4 turn Analog: 1...5 V Normally open, max. current 125 mA < 5 ms LED 4-pin M8 connector G1/8 male and M5 female 10.8-30V DC < 30 mA IP65 (IP40 without venting hose) ± 3% of the measuring range 0...50 °C 30

S W I T C H E S

SWE-V00 PA non aggressive gases; dry, oil-free air -1...0 bar 5 ± 1% of the measuring range Adjustable: 3-25 % of the set value with adjustment screw 3/4 turn 1 to 5 VDC ±0,4 offset ±3%, linearity error ±1% Normally open, max. current 125 mA 5 LED 4-pin M8 connector G1/8 male and M5 female 10.8-30V DC < 30 mA IP65 (IP40 without venting hose) ± 3% of the measuring range 0...50 °C 30

Mod. Fluid Measuring range Max. overpressure [bar] Repeatability Hysteresis Analog output signal Switching output Switching time Indication Electrical connection Pneumatic connection Supply voltage Intrinsic current consumption Protection class Temperature influence Operating temperature Weight [g]

CODING OF SERIES SWE

SW E - V00 P A SERIES SW = Transducer

POLARITY P = PNP

MEASUREMENT RANGE V00 = from -1 to 0 bar U10 = from -1 to 10 bar

VERSION E = Electronic

PNEUMATIC CONNECTION A = G1/8 male thread and M5 female thread

Vacuum switch / Vacuum/pressure switch SWE L1

G3

G2

H

G1

L

B

DIMENSIONS Mod. SWE-V00 PA SWE-U10-PA

Dimensions in mm B G1 15,7 G1/8 15,7 G1/8

G2 M5 M5

G3 M8 M8

H 19,7 19,7

L 44 44

L1 62 62

Accessories Connector mod. CS-DF04EG-E500 Circular connector M8 4 poles with protection class IP65, with polyurethane non shielded cable, length 5 mt. Connector mod. CS-DR04EG-E500 Circular connector M8 4 poles 90° degrees with protection class IP65, with polyurethane non shielded cable, length 5 mt.

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5.00 006


SWD

S E R I E S

New 2006

S W I T C H E S

Electronic vacuum/pressure switch with digital display Series SWD Applications - Electronic vacuum/pressure switch for safety monitoring, optimization of cycle times or energy saving devices. - Small and light weight, can be installed directly on the gripping point of a handling system. - Can be installed in any orientation. Electric connection - This device functions correctly with a connector Mod. CS-DF04EG-E500 which should be ordered separately. Consult the end of this section for further details.

Advantages Electronic vacuum/pressure switch with digital indication: electronically precise switching with two separate switch outputs and digital display of the current pressure. Switching point and hysteris programmable with the key pad. User friendly and easily adapted to the userâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s requirements. Two separately programmable digital outputs: upper and lower limit values can be displayed. Special functions programmable: further adaptation is possible. GENERAL DATA

Description

5.00 007

- electronic vacuum/pressure switch, polycarbonate housing - vacuum switch with vacuum connection G1/8 male thread and M5 female thread pressure switch with pressure connection G1/8 male thread and M5 female thread - 3 digit display and key pad to regulate setting points - integrated LED for the indication of the switching state - electric connection with 4-pole M8 connector

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S E R I E S

New 2006

SWD

TECHNICAL DATA

SWD-P10-PA non aggressive gases; dry, oil-free air 0...10 bar 5 ± 1% of the measuring range Adjustable: 0 to 100 % of set value or comparator mode 2 digital (programmable for NO or NC) 180 (at 30 VDC) 2 x LED (one for each output) 0,01 bar, 5 mmHg, 0,2 inHg, 1 kPa bar, mmHg, inHg, kPa 3-digit 7-segment LED 4-pin M8 connector G1/8 male and M5 female

Supply voltage Intrinsic current consumption Protection class Temperature influence Operating temperature Weight [g]

10.8-30V DC < 55 mA IP65 (IP40 without venting hose) ± 3% of the measuring range 0...50 °C 30

10.8-30V DC < 55 mA IP65 (IP40 without venting hose) ± 3% of the measuring range 0...50 °C 30

S W I T C H E S

Output signal Max. current [mA] Indication Display resolution Display units Display Electrical connection Pneumatic connection

SWD-V00 PA non aggressive gases; dry, oil-free air -1...0 bar 5 ± 1% of the measuring range Adjustable: 0 to 100 % of set value or comparator mode 2 digital (programmable for NO or NC) 180 (at 30 VDC) 2 x LED (one for each output) 0,01 bar, 5 mmHg, 0,2 inHg, 1 kPa bar, mmHg, inHg, kPa 3-digit 7-segment LED 4-pin M8 connector G1/8 male and M5 female

Mod. Fluid Measuring range Max. overpressure [bar] Repeatability Hysteresis

CODING OF SERIES SWD

SW D - V00 P A

SERIES SW = Transducer

POLARITY P = PNP

VERSION D = electronic with digital display

PNEUMATIC CONNECTION A = G1/8 male thread and M5 female thread

MEASURING RANGE V00 = from -1 to 0 bar P10 = from 0 to 10 bar

G3

H

G1

G2

D

Vacuum / pressure switch SWD

L

B

L1

DIMENSIONS Mod. SWD-V00-PA SWD-P10-PA

Dimensions B 16 16

in mm D 3,4

G1 G1/8 G1/8

G2 M5 M5

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G3 M8 M8

H 24,7 24,7

L 58,5 58,5

L1 75,5 75,5

5.00 008


SWD

S E R I E S

New 2006

S W I T C H E S

Accessories Connector mod. CS-DF04EG-E500 Circular connector M8 4 poles with protection class IP65, with polyurethane non shielded cable, length 5 mt. Connector mod. CS-DR04EG-E500 Circular connector M8 4 poles 90° degrees with protection class IP65, with polyurethane non shielded cable, length 5 mt.

Mounting bracket SWD-B

5,5

22

34,5

ø3, 2

52

3 7,2

16

21

ø10

3,2

1,5 9,5

39

10

60,5

5.00 009

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S E R I E S

New 2006

SWC

Electronic vacuum/pressure switch with digital display, cube shaped Series SWC

Electric connection - This device functions correctly with a connector Mod. CS-DF04EG-E500 which should be ordered separately. Consult the end of this section for further details.

S W I T C H E S

Application - Electronic vacuum/pressure switch for safety monitoring, optimization of cycle times or energy saving devices. - Compact and space saving. - Can be installed in any orientation.

Advantages Electronic vacuum/pressure switch with digital display: electronically precise switching with two separate switching outputs and digital display of the current pressure. Switching point and hysteresis progammable with the key pad: User friendly and easily adapted to the userâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s requirements. Two separately programmable digital outputs: upper and lower limit values can be displayed. Special functions programmable: further adaptation is possible. GENERAL DATA

Description

- electronic vacuum/pressure switch, polycarbonate housing - vacuum switch with vacuum connection G1/8 male thread pressure switch with pressure connection G1/8 male thread - 3 digit display and key pad to regulate the setting points - integrated LED for the indication of the switching state - electric connection with 4-pin M8 connector

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5.00 010


SWC

S E R I E S

New 2006

S W I T C H E S

TECHNICAL DATA

Output signal Max. current [mA] Indication Display resolution Display units Display Electrical connection Pneumatic connection

SWC-V00 P non aggressive gases; dry, oil-free air -1...0 bar 5 ± 1% of the measuring range Adjustable: 0 to 100 % of set value or comparator mode 2 digital (programmable for NO or NC) 180 (at 30 VDC) 2 x LED 0,01 bar, 5 mmHg, 0,2 inHg, 1 kPa bar, mmHg, inHg, kPa 3-digit 7-segment LED 4-pin M8 connector G1/8 female

SWC-P10-P non aggressive gases; dry, oil-free air 0....10 bar 16 ± 1% of the measuring range Adjustable: 0 to 100 % of set value or comparator mode 2 digital (programmable for NO or NC) 180 (at 30 VDC) 2 x LED 0,1 bar, 1 psi, 0,05 kgf/cm 2, 0,01 Mpa bar, psi, kgf/cm 2, Mpa 3-digit 7-segment LED 4-pin M8 connector G1/8 female

Supply voltage Intrinsic current consumption Protection class Temperature influence Operating temperature Weight [g]

10.8-30V DC < 55 mA IP 40/65 (with flexible tube) ± 3% of the measuring range (from 0 to 50°C) 0...50 °C 35

10.8-30V DC < 55 mA IP 40/65 ( with flexible tube) ± 3% of the measuring range (from 0 to 50°C) 0...50 °C 35

Mod. Fluid Measuring range Max. overpressure [bar] Repeatability Hysteresis

CODING OF SERIES SWC

SW C - V00 P

SERIES SW = Transducer

POLARITY P = PNP

MEASURING RANGE V00 = from -1 to 0 bar P10 = from 0 to 10 bar

VERSION C = Cube shape with digital display

Vacuum/pressure switch SWC

H1

H

G1

L

B

D G3

DIMENSIONS Mod. SWD-V00-P SWC-P10-P

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Dimensions B 29 29

in mm D 3,4 3,4

G1 G1/8 G1/8

G3 M8 M8

H 30 30

H1 40 40

L 30 30

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.


S E R I E S

New 2006

SWC

Accessories G1/ 8

7

Flange Mod. SWC-E

S W I T C H E S

ø

21 15

30

G1/ 8

14

11,5 14

21 30

Mounting bracket Mod. SWC-B 29

6,5

20

ø4,5

4

14,5

10,5

43,5

15

ø3,4

1,5

21

Panel mounting set Mod. SWC-F

40

35,8

+0,5 36 0

Bay for panel mounting Thickness of the panel: from 1 to 6 mm

40

25,6

+0,5 36 0

Connector mod. CS-DF04EG-E500 Circular connector M8 4 poles with protection class IP65, with polyurethane non shielded cable, length 5 mt. Connector mod. CS-DR04EG-E500 Circular connector M8 4 poles 90° degrees with protection class IP65, with polyurethane non shielded cable, length 5 mt.

The company reserves the right to vary models and dimensions without notice. These products are designed for industrial applications and are not suitable for sale to the general public.

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