Basic Information and Definitions

Basic Information and Definitions
Basic Information and Definitions
TPE cables
Mounting Suggestions for Cable-out Sensors
To obtain the maximum cable life from a cable-out sensor, the following mounting guidelines
should be followed. These guidelines apply to both types of cable jackets supplied: Polyvinylchloride (PVC) and Polyurethane (PUR). The bend radius values shown apply to all cable-out
sensors and all pigtail (cable with moulded connector) sensors with potted in cables.
Tension (fixed) Installation
Non-tensioned Installation
The minimum bend radius should be
3 times the cable diameter.
The minimum bend radius should be
4 times the cable diameter.
(D) Diameter
R=3xD
Radius
(R)
CABLE CLAMP
SUPPORT
NOTE: Even when the minimum bend radius is observed, unintentional stress can
be placed on the rear of the sensor body at the cable exit. Proper cable loops
should be maintained to prevent unnecessary stress to this area.
Tightening torques
For permissible tightening torque, see data
sheets or sensor packaging.
Removal clearance
The removal clearance refers to the necessary clearance
which must be allowed for when removing the connector
without difficulty. It results from the connector height “y”
plus a space “s”, which is determined mainly by the spatial
conditions.
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Tables
Housing tolerances for unthreaded tubular sensors
Diameter tolerance
∅ 3 mm
∅ 4 mm
∅ 6.5 mm
∅ 8 mm
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± 0.1
± 0.1
± 0.15
± 0.15
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