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ACCESORIOS - CFM MX10

Accesorio - CFM MX10

DESCRIPCIÓN

The CFM MX 10 sensor is installed on crimping presses to measure the crimping force. The piezo strain sensor mounted on the press frame reads the crimping force which will then be evaluated in the control unit. To decide whether a good or bad crimp is being produced, the CFM MX10 "learns" the characteristics of a "good" crimp by a teach-in procedure before production is started.

 

The characteristics of a "good" crimp are visualized as a reference force curve, tolerance limits have to be set. During production the force curve of every crimp is being compared with the reference curve. Whilst the crimp force measured is within the tolerance limits, all crimps are classified as "good". If the crimp force is out of the tolerances set, the control unit gives alarm at the LED display, alarm sound beeps and a stop signal (relay) or an eject signal (pulse) is generated.



ID

CFM MX10

APPLICATIONS

P120,P200 Presses

DIMENSIONS mm

W288xH72xD220

DIMENSIONS (")

W11,34"xH2,83"xD8,66"

WEIGHT

2,2 Kg (4,85 lb)

POWER SOURCE

100- 240 VAC 50/60 Hz

DATA INTERFACE

RS2

Performance Features:

 

·       Easily adaptable to most types of manual presses, semi-automatic stripper crimper machines and automatic wire processing machines

·        High accuracy, 300 readings per crimp, 256 gain levels

·        Automatic trigger system, no rotary encoders or prox. sensors required

·        Simple T1, T2, T3 & TD analysis tools

·        Many output signals available for sorting, machine stopping, short wire cutting during teach-in, chopper interfaces, etc.

·        BBMX network allows up to 32 MX systems to be daisy-chained together via RS485

·        All critical functions can be protected from unauthorized use by either using a code word or a security dongle

·        The use of approved components secures a reliable function and low maintenance cost

 

The following defects are detected safely:

 

·        Strands out

·        Insulation in core crimp

·        High insulation

·        Low conductor

·        Insulation barrel bent in or outside

·        Inappropriate wire gauge

·        Tooling damages or misadjustment