The M1003 Stopswitch is a simple inductive shaft speed monitoring device. The self-contained unit, which signals when the shaft has stopped rotating. It can be used for process control, motion detection and stopped shaft indication. An inductive sensing device located in the nose of the M100 enclosure will detect a metal target. This target can be an existing bolt head or device attached to a shaft. The M1003 Stopswitch requires no calibration and provides an output when the shaft has stopped rotating.
- 24-240 VAC/VDC multi voltage power supply
- IP66 rated
- M18 x 1.0 ISO threaded nylon body
- Green and Blue LEDs showing output state
- 6 mm detection range
- No calibration needed
- 4s start up delay
|Supply Voltage:||24 to 240 VAC/VDC|
|Supply Fusing:||Supply to be fused at 500mA maximum|
|Switching Capacity:||50mA maximum|
|Saturation Voltage:||5.5 Volts maximum (output on)|
|Leakage Current:||1.0 mA maximum (output off)|
|Ambient Temperature:||5°F (-15°C) to +122°F (+50°C)|
|Sensing Range:||6 mm (15/64”) maximum on ferrous metal at 77°F (25°C)|
|Input Pulse Range:||20 to 3,600 pulses per minute (PPM) maximum|
|Start-Up Delay:||4 seconds|
|Trip Point:||zero speed|
|Enclosure:||Nylon - ISO threaded 18 mm by 1.0 mm pitch|
|Relative Humidity:||90% RH|
|LED Indicators:||Blue - Target Sensed, Green - Rotation Detected|
|Connections:||2 wire, 3m long cable.|
The SpeedMaster™ with Pulse Pilot is the only device that accurately tests the calibration of a speed switch, and allows testing of the 10% alarm and 20% shutdown features of the sensor while installed on the machine shaft.
The SpeedMaster™ operates in two modes. Input mode is used to measure the pulse rate at normal speed. Output mode will allow the user to simulate belt underspeed for testing purposes.
The Pulse Pilot fits between the gap between the sensor and the target. The Pulse Pilot will have no effect on the operation of the speed switch until it is connected to the SpeedMaster™ and set to Output mode.
The Whirligig® is a fully guarded target for easy mounting of motion sensors. It is a universal shaft sensor mount suitable for all industry standard cylindrical or DIN style inductive sensors including 4B's M100, M300, and M800 speed switch sensors.
The sensor bolts to the Whirligig base plate and the complete assembly either bolts to the machines shaft through a M12 tapped hole, or is connected magnetically using 4B’s patented Mag-Con™ adaptor. Shaft or machine vibration does not affect the performance of the sensor, as the whole assembly moves with the shaft. With the Whirligig, installation of speed sensors is now simple, safe and reliable.
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. If the system is muted, it will automatically reactivate when a new alarm is triggered. Testing can also be activated at the panel, providing full system verification.
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..