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Economic version string pot BSL-GA55A series

  • Measuring range: 0-1.2m
  • Weight (drawing rope): 0.58g/m
  • Length of each turn of the rope: 250mm
  • Spring resilience: 3.3-4.4N
  • Pull rope diameter: 0.6mm
  • Protection class: IP50
  • Pull rope acceleration: 5m/s²
  • Length of each turn of the rope: 150mm
  • Actual length of the rope: 1.2m
  • Name: Economical encoder cable box BSL-GA55A series
  • Can be customized on request
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Technical data

Product

Draw-wire mechanism

BSL-GA55A

Draw- mechanism for servo flange with 6 mm shaft, measuring range 0 m … 1.2 m

BSL-GA55B

Draw- mechanism for clamping flange with 6 mm shaft, measuring range 0 m … 1.2 m

Note

Encoders need to be purchased separately

Measuring length up to

0 m … 1.2 m

Repeatability

≤ 0.2 mm

Linearity

≤ ± 2 mm

Hysteresis

≤ 0.5 mm

Weight

80 g (without encoder)

Material(rope)

Highly flexible 304 stainless steel rope

Casing material

Aluminum alloy

Circumference of drum

150 mm

Force of retractile spring

1 N … 1.4 N 1)

Diameter(rope)

0.5 mm

Acceleration

5 m/s²

Resolution

To determine the system resolution, use the following formula:

Pull-out length of cable per circle / Steps per circle = Resolution of draw-wire encoder combination

Working temperature

–30 °C … +70 °C

IP code of casing

IP50

life

Typ. 5000,000 circle 2) 3)

  • 1) This value is measured at an ambient temperature of 25 °C. When the temperature changes, the value may deviate..
  • 2) The average value depends on the load pattern.
  • 3) The service life depends on the type of load. Influencing factors include: environmental conditions, installation conditions, measuring range used, moving speed and acceleration.

Dimension(mm/inch)

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