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Manual
Assembly of Cables
Cables for Synchronous Servomotors
Edition 12/2011
19301626 / EN
SEW-EURODRIVE—Driving the world
Contents
Contents
1
Crimping Tools.................................................................................................... 4
1.1
1.2
1.3
2
1.1.1
Tools required for cable assembly............................................... 4
1.1.2
Tools required for mounting/removing the plug connector
on the motor end.......................................................................... 4
Crimping tools for power and brake contacts of CFM motors ..................... 5
1.2.1
Tools required for cable assembly............................................... 5
1.2.2
Required tools for disassembling the plug connector
on the motor end.......................................................................... 5
Crimping tool for encoder system/feedback system ................................... 6
1.3.1
Tools required for cable assembly............................................... 6
1.3.2
Tools required for disassembling the plug connector
on the motor end.......................................................................... 6
CMP and CMDV Motors ...................................................................................... 7
2.1
2.2
3
Crimping tools for power and brake contacts of CMP., CMD.
and DFS motors.......................................................................................... 4
Assembling the plug connectors for resolvers and Hiperface® ................... 7
2.1.1
Scope of delivery for plug connectors.......................................... 7
2.1.2
Assembly instructions for plug connectors .................................. 8
Power plug connector assembly ............................................................... 10
2.2.1
Scope of delivery of power plug connectors SM./SB................. 10
2.2.2
Assembly notes for SM1/SB1 power plug connectors............... 11
2.2.3
Assembly notes for SMB/SBB power plug connectors .............. 13
DFS/CFM Motors ............................................................................................... 15
3.1
3.2
3.3
Assembling Plug Connectors for Resolvers and Hiperface® .................... 15
3.1.1
Scope of delivery for plug connectors........................................ 15
3.1.2
Assembly instructions for plug connectors ................................ 16
Assembling power plug connectors SM11/SB11 (DFS56) ....................... 18
3.2.1
Scope of delivery of SM11/SB11 power plug connectors.......... 18
3.2.2
Assembly notes for SM11/SB11 power plug connectors........... 19
Assembling power plug connectors SM5./SM6. and SB5./SB6. (CFM).... 21
3.3.1
Scope of delivery of power plug connectors
SM5./SM6./SB5./SB6. ............................................................... 21
3.3.2
Assembly notes for power plug connectors
SM5./SM6./SB5./SB6. ............................................................... 22
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Crimping Tools
Crimping tools for power and brake contacts of CMP., CMD. and DFS motors
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Crimping Tools
Assembly of Cables
An alternative for purchasing the prefabricated cables from SEW-EURODRIVE for
motors with plug connectors is to purchase the required plug connectors and assemble
the cables yourself.
In this case, the customers have to wire the plug connectors themselves. For this
purpose, SEW-EURODRIVE offers the matching crimping tools to ensure correct
connection of cable core and contact. Please quote the required part number in your
order.
1.1
Crimping tools for power and brake contacts of CMP., CMD. and DFS motors
1.1.1
Tools required for cable assembly
Type
SEW part
number
Contact cross section
Core cross section
Power
Figure
Brake
For SM1/SB1 power connector
Crimping
tool
0019 2430
–
–
0019 2457
Ø 2 mm
0.35 – 4 mm2
–
0019 2449
–
Ø 1 mm
0.06 – 1 mm2
Positioner
For SMB/SBB power connector
Crimping
tool
Positioner
1.1.2
0294 6165
0325 6065
–
–
Ø 1 mm
1.5 – 4 mm2
Ø 1 mm
1.5 – 4 mm2
Ø 1 mm
6 – 10 mm2
–
Crimping
tool
0019 2430
–
–
Positioner
0019 2457
–
Ø 2 mm
0.35 – 4 mm2
Tools required for mounting/removing the plug connector on the motor end
Type
Removal tool
Removal tool,
insulator1)
SEW part number
Contact cross section
Power
Brake
0019 2473
Ø 2 mm
–
0019 2465
–
Ø 1 mm
0019 2481
–
–
1) The removal tool is only used for removal on the motor end
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Crimping Tools
Crimping tools for power and brake contacts of CFM motors
1.2
Crimping tools for power and brake contacts of CFM motors
1.2.1
Tools required for cable assembly
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For the following tool, different crimping jaws are required for assembling/disassembling
different cross sections.
Type
Contact cross section
Core cross section
Power
Brake
Ø 3.6 mm
Ø 1.6 mm
Crimping tool
0019 0705
Crimping
jaws
0019 0861
–
Contact
receptacle
0019 087X
–
Crimping
jaws
0019 0128
Contact
receptacle
0019 0144
Crimping
jaws
0019 0136
Contact
receptacle
0019 0152
Crimping tool
0019 0691
Positioner
0019 0713
Test probe
set
1.2.2
SEW part
number
0019 0853
Figure
0.5 – 6.0 mm2
Ø 1.6 mm
0.5 – 1.5 mm2
Ø 3.6 mm
1.5 – 2.5 mm2
Ø 3.6 mm
4.0 – 6.0 mm2
Ø 3.6 mm
1.5 – 10 mm2
–
–
–
–
–
Required tools for disassembling the plug connector on the motor end
No special tools are required for disassembly.
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Crimping tool for encoder system/feedback system
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1.3
Crimping tool for encoder system/feedback system
1.3.1
Tools required for cable assembly
Product
RH1M(L) resolver
Hiperface®
• AS1H multi-turn
• ES1H single-turn
SSI multi-turn
1.3.2
SEW part
number
Type
Contact cross section
Core cross section
Crimping tool
0019 2430
–
Positioner
0019 2449
Ø 1 mm
0.06 – 1 mm2
Crimping tool
0019 2597
–
0019 2600
Ø 1 mm
0.24 – 1 mm2
Positioner
Figure
Signal
Tools required for disassembling the plug connector on the motor end
Product
Type
SEW part number
Contact cross section
Core cross section
Signal
6
RH1M(L) resolver
Hiperface®
• AS1H multi-turn
• ES1H single-turn
Removal tool
SSI multi-turn
No special tools are required for disassembly.
0019 2481
Insulator
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CMP and CMDV Motors
Assembling the plug connectors for resolvers and Hiperface®
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CMP and CMDV Motors
2.1
Assembling the plug connectors for resolvers and Hiperface®
2.1.1
Scope of delivery for plug connectors
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The following parts are required for assembling the plug connectors for resolvers/
Hiperface® encoders.
SEW part number: 0198 6732.
[1]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
Screw fitting
Seal with strain relief
Shield ring
Socket contacts
Insulating sleeve
Insulator
Connector housing
INFORMATION
Hold the cable firmly in place when tightening the cable and connector.
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Assembling the plug connectors for resolvers and Hiperface®
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Assembly instructions for plug connectors
1
•
Pull the screw fitting and seal with strain
relief 31 mm over the cable.
•
Strip 28 mm of cable insulation off the end
of the cable
•
Fold back the braided shield and fan it out
•
•
Strip 6 mm of cable insulation off the leads
Push the socket contacts onto the ends of
the leads
•
Insert the small-diameter positioning tool
(SEW part number 019 0019 2449) into
the crimping pliers until the green mark
appears in the view window [A].
Set the pressing force [B] to 24 on the
crimping pliers.
2
31
28
3
4
6
5
[A]
[B]
019 243 0
xxxx
•
x xx x
6
•
•
Insert a lead with socket contact in the
crimping pliers and press the pliers fully
together. The pliers then open automatically.
Repeat this procedure for each lead.
x xx x
7
•
Pull the shield ring over the leads and
press the shield against the seal
•
Turn the shield ring until the braided shield
is flush with the shield ring.
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Assembling the plug connectors for resolvers and Hiperface®
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Pull the insulator apart evenly by about
1 mm.
•
Insert the socket contacts into the
insulator.
•
Press the insulator together until you hear
a click.
•
•
Fold open the insulating sleeve.
Position the side of the insulating sleeve
with the recess against the groove in the
insulator so that the opening of the insulating sleeve is pointing in the same
direction as the double-headed arrow on
the insulator.
Press the insulating sleeve together until it
engages.
Insert the insulator into the connector
housing in the middle position
1
10
11
"Click"
12
•
•
13
•
•
Use a wrench to hold the connector
housing in place and use a second
wrench to tighten the screw fitting
[A] = Hold in place
[A]
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Power plug connector assembly
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Power plug connector assembly
The following two chapters describe how to assemble cables with SM1/SB1 and SMB/
SBB connectors.
2.2.1
Scope of delivery of power plug connectors SM. / SB.
The following parts are supplied for assembling the power plug connectors. Refer to the
following table for SEW part numbers.
Cable type
Connector type
Fixed
installation
Brakemotor
cable1) BP
brake
Motor cables
Cable carrier
installation
Brakemotor
cable1) BP
brake
Part number
mm2
Power connector
4 x 1.5 mm
2
0198 6740
SM12
4 x 2.5 mm
2
0198 6740
SM14
4 x 4 mm2
0199 1639
SMB6
4 x 6 mm
2
1334 9856
SMB10
4 x 10 mm2
1334 9864
SMB16
4 x 16 mm
2
1334 9872
SB11
4 x 1.5 mm2 + 2 x 1 mm2
SM11
Motor cables
Cable cross section
2
0198 6740
mm2
SB12
4 x 2.5 mm + 2 x 1
SB14
4 x 4 mm2 + 2 x 1 mm2
2
0198 6740
0199 1639
2
SBB6
4 x 6 mm + 2 x 1.5 mm
1334 9856
SBB10
4 x 10 mm2 + 2 x 1.5 mm2
1334 9864
2
mm2
SBB16
4 x 16 mm + 2 x 1.5
SM11
4 x 1.5 mm2
0198 6740
SM12
4 x 2.5 mm
2
0198 9197
SM14
4 x 4 mm2
0199 1639
SMB6
4 x 6 mm
2
1334 9856
SMB10
4 x 10 mm2
1334 9864
SMB16
4 x 16 mm
2
1334 9872
SB11
4 x 1.5 mm2 + 2 x 1 mm2
2
1334 9872
0198 9197
mm2
SB12
4 x 2.5 mm + 2 x 1
SB14
4 x 4 mm2 + 2 x 1 mm2
2
0198 9197
0199 1639
2
SBB6
4 x 6 mm + 2 x 1.5 mm
1334 9856
SBB10
4 x 10 mm2 + 2 x 1.5 mm2
1334 9864
2
4 x 16 mm + 2 x 1.5
SBB16
mm2
1334 9872
1) BP brake: 3-core cable, only 2 cores are used
[1]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[2]
Screw fitting
Seal with strain relief
Shield ring
Socket contacts
[3]
[4]
[5]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[6]
[7]
Insulating sleeve
Insulator
Connector housing
INFORMATION
Hold the cable firmly in place when tightening the cable and connector.
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CMP and CMDV Motors
Power plug connector assembly
2.2.2
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Assembly notes for SM1/SB1 power plug connectors
1
•
Pull the screw fitting and the seal with strain relief over the cable.
•
Strip 44 mm of cable insulation off the end of the cable.
•
Fold back the braided shield and fan it out.
•
•
•
Shorten the power leads (U, V, W) to 37 mm.
Shorten the PE lead (GN/YE) to 38 mm.
Do not shorten leads 1, 2, 3.
•
•
•
Pull the shield over the leads as shown in the figure.
Strip 7 mm of insulation off leads U, V, P and PE.
Strip 5 mm of insulation off the leads 1, 2, 3.
•
Insert the positioning tool in the crimping pliers until the marking (color)
appears in the view window [A] (see table below).
Set the pressing force [B] on the crimping pliers according to the table.
2
44 mm
3
4
5
7 mm
5 mm
6
BU / GN
[A]
•
019 243 0
[B]
Litz wire
cross section
in mm2
Positioner
part number
Marking
(color)
Press
force
1, 2, 3
0.14 – 1.0
0019 2449
Green (GN)
24
U, V, W
and PE
0.35 – 4.0
0019 2457
Blue (BU)
6
Litz
wire
7
•
•
Insert a lead with socket contact in the crimping tool and press the tool
fully together. The tool then opens automatically.
Repeat this procedure for each lead in accordance with the table in
step 6.
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Power plug connector assembly
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9
•
Open the insulating sleeve.
•
Insert the middle socket contact into the insulator according to the
wiring diagram.
Close the insulating sleeve until it clicks shut.
Insert the remaining socket contacts into the insulator according to the
wiring diagram.
•
•
10
•
•
Shorten the braided shield as shown.
Insert the shield ring into the seal so that the shield and end of the
cable are flush. Make sure that the braided shield is routed cleanly
between the shield ring and the seal.
•
Insert the insulator into the connector housing until the seal rests
against its stop in the connector housing.
•
Use a wrench to hold the connector housing in place and use a second
wrench to tighten the screw fitting.
[A] = Hold in place
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12
•
[A]
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CMP and CMDV Motors
Power plug connector assembly
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Assembly notes for SMB/SBB power plug connectors
1
•
Pull the screw fitting and the seal with strain relief over the cable.
•
Strip 70 mm of cable insulation off the end of the cable.
•
Fold back the braided shield and fan it out.
•
•
•
Shorten the power leads (U, V, W).
Shorten the PE lead (GN/YE).
Do not shorten leads 1, 2, 3.
2
70
3
4
U, V, W (Power)
PE
Crimping tools
Litz wire
cross section
in mm2
1, 2, 3
(Signal)
Signal
PE
Power
Litz length
in mm
0.36 – 2.6
70
1.5 – 4
59
6 – 10
51
16
51
1.5 – 4
68
6 – 10
50
16
50
5
6
[B]
•
•
•
Pull the shield ring over the leads with the opening facing the cables.
Strip insulation of leads U, V, W and PE.
Strip insulation off the leads 1, 2, 3.
•
Insert the positioning tool in the crimping pliers until the marking (color)
appears in the view window [A] (see table below).
Set the press thickness [B] on the crimping tool.
BU / GN
•
[A]
Litz wire
Crimping
tool part
number
Litz wire
cross section in mm2
Positioner
Part number
Marking
(color)
1, 2, 3
0019 2430
0.35 – 4
0019 2457
Blue (BU)
U, V, W
and PE
0294 6165
1.5 – 4
0325 6065
Blue (BU)
U, V, W
and PE
0294 6165
6 – 10
0325 6065
Green (GN)
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Power plug connector assembly
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•
•
Insert a lead with socket contact in the crimping tool and press the tool fully
together. The tool then opens automatically.
Repeat this procedure for each lead in accordance with the table in step 6.
xxxx
8
•
•
•
Open the insulating sleeve.
Insert the socket contacts into the insulator according to the wiring
diagrams.
Close the insulating sleeve until it clicks shut.
9
•
•
Place outer insulating sleeve flush on the inner insulating sleeve.
Let the braided shield protrude to the outside between the cable clamping
and the shield ring.
•
•
Braided shield must be turned in completely, do not shorten it.
Insert the insulator into the connector housing until the seal rests against its
stop in the connector housing.
•
Use a wrench to hold the connector housing in place and use a second
wrench to tighten the screw fitting.
[A] = Hold in place
10
11
•
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DFS/CFM Motors
Assembling Plug Connectors for Resolvers and Hiperface®
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DFS/CFM Motors
3.1
Assembling Plug Connectors for Resolvers and Hiperface®
3.1.1
Scope of delivery for plug connectors
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The following parts are supplied for assembling signal plug connectors.
SEW part number: 0198 6732.
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
551857419
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
Screw fitting
Cable clamping
Clamping ring
Socket contacts
Insulating sleeve
Insulator
Connector housing
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Assembling Plug Connectors for Resolvers and Hiperface®
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Assembly instructions for plug connectors
NOTICE
The signal plug connector can be damaged if it is not assembled correctly.
Possible damage to property
•
Step
Do not twist the cable during assembly.
Illustration
1
2
31
28
3
4
5
6
[A]
[B]
Procedure
•
Pull the screw fitting and cable clamping with strain relief
31 mm over the cable.
•
Strip 28 mm of cable insulation off the end of the cable.
•
Fold back the braided shield and fan it out.
•
•
Strip 6 mm insulation off the leads.
Push the socket contacts onto the ends of the leads.
•
Insert the small-diameter positioning tool (SEW part number
019 0019 2449) into the crimping pliers until the green mark
appears in the view window [A].
Set the pressing force [B] to 24 on the crimping pliers.
019 243 0
xxxx
•
x xx x
6
•
•
Insert a lead with socket contact in the crimping tool and
press the tool fully together. The tool then opens automatically.
Repeat this procedure for each lead.
x xx x
7
16
•
Pull the clamping ring over the leads and press the shield
against the seal.
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DFS/CFM Motors
Assembling Plug Connectors for Resolvers and Hiperface®
Step
Illustration
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Procedure
8
•
Turn the clamping ring until the braided shield is flush with the
shield ring.
9
•
Pull the insulator apart evenly by about 1 mm.
•
Insert the socket contacts into the insulator according to the
wiring diagrams.
•
Press the insulator together until you hear a click.
•
•
Fold open the insulating sleeve.
Position the side of the insulating sleeve with the recess
against the groove in the insulator so that the opening of the
insulating sleeve is pointing in the same direction as the
double-headed arrow on the insulator.
Press the insulating sleeve together until it engages.
Insert the insulator into the connector housing in the middle
position.
1
10
11
"Click"
12
•
•
13
•
•
Use a wrench to hold the connector housing in place and use
a second wrench to tighten the screw fitting.
[A] = Hold in place
[A]
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Assembling power plug connectors SM11 / SB11 (DFS56)
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3.2
Assembling power plug connectors SM11 / SB11 (DFS56)
3.2.1
Scope of delivery of SM11/SB11 power plug connectors
The following parts are required for assembling the power connectors.
The SEW part number is 0198 6740 or 0198 9197.
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
480295819
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
18
Screw fitting
Cable clamping
Clamping ring
Socket contacts
Insulating sleeve
Insulator
Connector housing
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Assembling power plug connectors SM11 / SB11 (DFS56)
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Assembly notes for SM11/SB11 power plug connectors
NOTICE
The power connector can be damaged if it is not assembled correctly.
Possible damage to property
•
Step
Do not twist the cable during assembly.
Illustration
Procedure
1
2
59 mm
3
4
1,2,3 (44 mm)
PE (45 mm)
•
Pull the screw fitting and cable clamping over the cable.
•
Strip 59 mm of cable insulation off the end of the cable.
•
Fold back the braided shield and fan it out.
•
•
•
•
Shorten the power leads (1, 2 and 3) to 44 mm.
Shorten the PE lead (GN/YE) to 45 mm.
Do not shorten lead pair 5 and 6.
Cut off lead pair 7 and 8 flush with the end of the cable.
•
•
•
Pull the clamping ring over the leads.
Strip 7 mm of insulation off leads 1, 2, 3 and PE.
Strip 5 mm of insulation of leads 5 and 6.
•
Insert the positioning tool in the crimping pliers until the marking (color) appears in the view window [A] (see table below).
Set the pressing force [B] on the crimping pliers according to
the table.
5,6 (59 mm)
5
7 mm
5 mm
6
BU / GN
[A]
[B]
019 243 0
•
Litz wire
Ø in mm2
Positioner
Part number
Marking
(color)
Press
force
5 and 6
0.14 – 1.0
0019 2449
Green
(GN)
24
1, 2, 3 and PE
0.35 – 4.0
0019 2457
Blue (BU)
6
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Assembling power plug connectors SM11 / SB11 (DFS56)
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Illustration
Procedure
•
•
Insert a lead with socket contact in the crimping tool and press
the tool fully together. The tool then opens automatically.
Repeat this procedure for each lead in accordance with the
table in step 6.
8
•
Open the insulating sleeve.
9
•
Insert the middle socket contact into the insulator according to
the wiring diagram.
Close the insulating sleeve until it clicks shut.
Insert the remaining socket contacts into the insulator according to the wiring diagram.
7
xxxx
•
•
10
•
•
Shorten the braided shield as shown.
Insert the shield ring into the seal so that the shield and end of
the cable are flush. Make sure that the braided shield is routed
cleanly between the shield ring and the seal.
11
•
Insert the insulator into the connector housing until the seal
rests against its stop in the connector housing.
12
•
Use a wrench to hold the connector housing in place and use a
second wrench to tighten the screw fitting.
[A] = Hold in place
•
[A]
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DFS/CFM Motors
Assembling power plug connectors SM5. / SM6. and SB5. / SB6. (CFM)
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Assembling power plug connectors SM5. / SM6. and SB5. / SB6. (CFM)
3.3.1
Scope of delivery of power plug connectors SM5. / SM6. / SB5. / SB6.
Cross sections
4 x 1.5 mm
SM52 / SM62
4 x 2.5 mm
2
SM54 / SM64
4 x 4 mm2
0199 137X
SM56 / SM66
4 x 6 mm2
0199 1388
SM59 / SM69
Type
SB51 / SB61
SB52 / SB62
SB54 / SB64
SB56 / SB66
SB59 / SB69
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0199 1353
0199 1361
2
0199 1396
4 x 10 mm
Cross sections
Part no.
2
2
0199 1426
2
mm2
0199 1434
4 × 1.5 mm + 3 × 1.0 mm
4 × 2.5 mm + 3 × 1.0
4 × 4 mm2 + 3 × 1.0 mm2
2
4 × 6 mm + 3 × 1.5
2
3
Part no.
2
SM51 / SM61
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3.3
Type
f
mm2
2
4 × 10 mm + 3 × 1.5 mm
0199 1442
0199 1450
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DFS/CFM Motors
Assembling power plug connectors SM5. / SM6. and SB5. / SB6. (CFM)
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Assembly notes for power plug connectors SM5. / SM6. / SB5. / SB6.
INFORMATION
For SM5. / SM6., step 4.3 is not necessary
1.
Ø
b
15
4,5
Ø
a
b
8 - 17 mm
7 - 23 mm
43 mm
52 mm
54 mm
63 mm
2.1
10
a
2.
2.2
3.3
m
a.5m
c
3.
4.
3.1
3.2
4.4
4.2
4.3
5.2
4.1
5.
5.1
5.2
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Cables for Synchronous Servomotors – Assembly of Cables
SEW-EURODRIVE—Driving the world
SEW-EURODRIVE
Driving the world
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
P.O. Box 3023
D-76642 Bruchsal/Germany
Phone +49 7251 75-0
Fax +49 7251 75-1970
sew@sew-eurodrive.com
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