M300 Schlupfwächter


Mikroprozessor gesteuerter Schlupf-Überwachungssensor

M3001V10AI, M3005V10AI

Der anwendungsfreundliche Schlupfwächter ist als 2- und 5-adriges Modell erhältlich und selbstkalibrierend. Der auf 20% eingestellte Unterdrehzahlausgang schützt vor gefährlichem Gurt- und Bandschlupf, sowie Unterdrehzahl.

M300 slipswitch underspeed sensor
  • Mikroprozessor gesteuerter Schlupf - Überwachungssensor
  • Überwacht den Schlupf bei Elevatoren, Förderern und allen rotierenden Maschinen
  • Induktiver Näherungsschalter mit 30mm Gehäuse, Fehlerfixpunkt bei ~ 20% Untergeschwindigkeit
  • 2-und 5-adrige Ausführung erhältlich
  • Kontaktlos und ausfallsicher, kompatibel zum Whirligig
X400 Elite

The X400 Elite is a microprocessor controlled low cost alarm indicator panel for use with level indicators, hazard controls and limit switch sensors. The X400 accepts signals from different sources in up to 8 zones, and is able to cause alarm and shutdown of the machine when an alarm condition has been detected. Alarm and status LEDs on the lid of the X400 provide quick location of alarm conditions. Alarm muting can be performed at the panel or by an optional remote push button to silence external alarms.

In the product documentation, there is a reference to "load". What is it and how big does it have to be?  
  Load is not a resistor, it is referring to any item that pulls current (PLC input, ice cube relay, etc.) and draws less than 200 mA.  

  When checking the 2 wire M300 with a voltage meter, it is always showing full voltage no matter if the shaft is turning or not. Why is the sensor not changing states?  
  The sensor will not function correctly until a load is connected to it, maximum current through the sensor is 200 mA..  
  How many wires are needed to run the 5 wire version of the M300?  
  Three are needed to run the sensor, talk to our technical staff for more details.  
  How do you program the M300?  
  Be sure to remove any seal tight, this will allow you to see the LED lights and the calibration point on the sensor. To calibrate the sensor, please refer to the operation manual.