MGT Series Cylinders with Turntable

MGT Series Cylinders with Turntable
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Cylinder with Turntable
Series MGT
ø63, ø80, ø100
MGJ
MGP
MGQ
MGG
MGC
MGF
MGZ
MGT
D-쏔
-X쏔
Individual
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Cylinder with Turntable
Series MGT
ø63, ø80, ø100
Flat cylinder with guide (Series MGP) and manual turntable combination
High precision bearings for smooth turning return movement
Table unit has positioning mechanisms for each 90° and 180° of rotation
90°
18
0°
Rotation position is detected by
provision of an auto switch sensor
Can be mounted 3 ways
ng
nti
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m
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Sid
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Fro
S
m
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ipi
e
id
pi
ng
pi
Bottom mounting
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tin
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Fro
g
tin
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m
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B
Application Example
Front mounting
Side mounting
Assembly lines, inspection lines etc.
with turning operations
Series Variations
Model
Bearing
type
Bore size
(mm)
MGTM
Slide
bearing
63
MGTL
Ball
bushing
bearing
100
80
Standard stroke (mm)
25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 175, 200
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Cylinder with Turntable
Series MGT
ø63, ø80, ø100
How to Order
M9BW 4
50 11 M9BW
MGT M 63
Cylinder unit/
Number of
auto switches
Cylinder with Turntable
Guide rod bearing type
M
Slide bearing
L
Ball bushing bearing
63 mm
80
80 mm
Nil
Rc
100 mm
TN
NPT
TF
G
Symbol Positioning Switch
angle
bracket
10
11
12
13
14
15
20
23
25
Stroke (mm)
Refer to “Standard
Stroke” on page
452.
b
a
S
1 pc.
2
2 pcs.
3
3 pcs.
4
4 pcs.
Table position detector hardware
c
d
1 pc.
∗ For the applicable auto switch
model, refer to the table below.
Port thread type
100
Table position
detector arm
2 pcs.
S
Without auto switch
(Built-in magnet)
Nil
Bore size
63
Nil
Cylinder unit/
Auto switch
Table unit/
Number of
auto switches
Auto switch mounting bracket
Position detector arms
a
b
c
d
Table unit/
Auto switch
Nil
90°
Without auto switch
(Built-in magnet)
∗ For the applicable auto switch
model, refer to the table below.
MGP
180°
MGQ
Solid state switch
Reed
switch
Special
function
Electrical
entry
Indicator
light
Cylinder Unit/Applicable Auto Switch/Refer to pages 1719 to 1827 for detailed specifications of auto switches.
Type
Load voltage
Wiring
(Output)
DC
3-wire
(NPN)
3-wire
(PNP)
—
5 V,
12 V
12 V
2-wire
Grommet Yes
Diagnostic
indication
(2-color
indication)
24V
Grommet
2-wire
M9N
쎲
쎲 쎲 쑗
쑗
M9PV
M9P
쎲
쎲 쎲 쑗
쑗
M9BV
M9B
쎲
쎲 쎲 쑗
쑗
M9NWV M9NW
쎲
쎲 쎲 쑗
쑗
M9PW
쎲
쎲 쎲 쑗
쑗
M9BWV M9BW
쎲
쎲 쎲 쑗
쑗
—
24V 12 V
No
MGC
IC
circuit
—
MGF
Relay,
PLC
IC
circuit
—
A96V
A96
쎲
—
쎲
—
—
IC
circuit
100 V
A93V
A93
쎲
—
쎲
—
—
—
100 V
or less
A90V
A90
쎲
—
쎲
—
—
IC
circuit
5V
MGG
Applicable
load
M9NV
M9PWV
12 V
3-wire
—
(NPN equiv.)
Auto switch model Lead wire length (m)
Pre-wired
0.5 1 3 5 connector
Perpendicular In-line
(Nil) (M) (L) (Z)
—
5 V,
12 V
2-wire
Yes
—
3-wire
(NPN)
3-wire
(PNP)
AC
MGJ
—
Relay,
PLC
∗ Lead wire length symbols:
0.5 m ··········· Nil (Example) M9NW
1 m ··········· M (Example) M9NWM
3 m ··········· L (Example) M9NWL
5 m ··········· Z (Example) M9NWZ
MGZ
MGT
∗ Refer to page 457 for applicable
auto switches other than listed
above.
∗ Refer to pages 1784 and 1785 for
details of auto switches with a prewired connector.
∗ Auto switches are shipped
together (not assembled).
∗ Solid state auto switches marked “쑗” are produced upon receipt of order.
Reed
switch
Solid state
switch
Type
Special
function
Electrical
entry
Indicator
light
Table Unit/Applicable Auto Switch/Refer to pages 1719 to 1827 for detailed specifications of auto switches.
Wiring
(Output)
3-wire (NPN)
3-wire (PNP)
2-wire
Grommet Yes
3-wire (NPN)
Diagnostic
indication
3-wire (PNP)
(2-color
2-wire
indication)
Load voltage
DC
AC
—
—
Grommet
Yes
No
3-wire (NPN equiv.)
2-wire
24V 12 V
—
5V
—
—
100 V
24V 12 V
100 V or less
Auto switch model Lead wire length (m)
Pre-wired
0.5 1 3 5 connector
In-line
(Nil) (M) (L) (Z)
M9N
M9P
M9B
M9NW
M9PW
M9BW
A96
A93
A90
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
—
—
—
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쎲
쑗
쑗
쑗
쑗
쑗
쑗
쑗
쑗
쑗
쑗
쑗
쑗
—
—
—
—
—
—
Applicable
load
IC
circuit
Relay,
PLC
∗ Lead wire length symbols:
0.5 m ··········· Nil (Example) M9NW
1 m ··········· M (Example) M9NWM
3 m ··········· L (Example) M9NWL
5 m ··········· Z (Example) M9NWZ
D-쏔
IC circuit
—
—
Relay,
IC circuit PLC
∗ Refer to pages 1784 and 1785 for
details of auto switches with a prewired connector.
∗ Auto switches are shipped
together (not assembled).
Individual
-X쏔
IC
circuit
—
∗ Solid state auto switches marked “쑗” are produced upon receipt of order.
∗ The in-line electrical entry type cannot be mounted.
-X쏔
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Series MGT
Specifications
63
Bore size (mm)
80
Action
100
Double acting
Fluid
Air
Proof pressure
1.5 MPa
Maximum operating pressure
1.0 MPa
Minimum operating pressure
0.1 MPa
Ambient & fluid temperatures
–10 to 60°C (No freezing)
Piston speed
50 to 400 mm/s
Cushion
Rubber bumper on both ends
Lubrication
Non-lube
+1.5
0
Stroke length tolerance
Table rotation system
mm
Manual type
Table rotation direction
Right, left, free repetetive rotation
Table angle of rotation
Quarter circle 90°, half circle 180°,
with positioning mechanism
Standard Stroke
Theoretical Output
Standard strokes (mm)
Bore size (mm)
63
OUT (N)
IN (N)
25, 50, 75, 100, 125,
80
(N)
150, 175, 200
100
Bore size Rod size
(mm)
(mm)
Actuation
direction
Piston
area
(mm2)
0.2
0.3
OUT
3117
623
935 1247 1559 1870 2182 2494 2805 3117
IN
2803
561
841 1121 1402 1682 1962 2242 2523 2803
Intermediate strokes
Intermediate strokes (in 5 mm increments) other than the
standard stokes are made by installing spacers of 5, 10, 15
and 20 mm widths.
(Ex.) 1.MGTM63-35st is made by installing a 15 mm
spacer inside a MGTM63-50st, however the overall
length will be the same as the 50st.
63
80
20
25
OUT
IN
100
30
Operating pressure (MPa)
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
5027 1005 1508 2011 2514 3016 3519 4022 4524 5027
4536
907 1361 1814 2268 2722 3175 3629 4082 4536
OUT
7854 1571 2356 3142 3927 4712 5498 6283 7069 7854
IN
7147 1429 2144 2859 3574 4288 5003 5718 6432 7147
Note) Theoretical output (N) = Pressure (MPa) x Piston area (mm2)
Additional Bracket Mass
(kg)
Symbols for table unit position detector bracket
Bore size
(mm)
10
11
12
13
14
Mass
MGTM63 to 100 (Slide bearing)
(kg)
15
20
—
—
23
—
25
63
0
0.21
0.16
0.12
0.12
0.08
80
0
0.24
0.19
0.14
0.13
0.08
100
0
0.25
0.19
0.14
0.14
0.09
Bore size
(mm)
Standard stroke (mm)
Model
63
MGTM63
80
MGTM80
100
MGTM100
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
6.96
(4.78)
12.07
(9.29)
(17.83)
(13.51)
7.81
(5.12)
13.31
(9.96)
(19.56)
(14.45)
8.57
(5.38)
14.25
(10.33)
20.89
(14.99)
9.32
(5.63)
15.18
(10.71)
22.22
(15.53)
10.08
(5.88)
16.12
(11.08)
23.55
(16.07)
10.83
(6.14)
17.06
(11.46)
24.88
(16.60)
11.59
(6.39)
18.00
(11.83)
26.21
(17.14)
13.10
(6.90)
19.87
(12.58)
28.87
(18.22)
MGTL63 to 100 (Ball bushing bearing)
Bore size
(mm)
(kg)
Standard stroke (mm)
Model
63
MGTL63
80
MGTL80
100
MGTL100
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
6.62
(4.33)
12.03
(8.92)
17.53
(12.84)
7.49
(4.61)
13.33
(9.44)
19.33
(13.62)
8.15
(4.80)
14.15
(9.73)
20.51
(14.04)
8.91
(5.08)
14.97
(10.02)
21.69
(14.46)
9.57
(5.27)
15.79
(10.31)
22.87
(14.87)
10.24
(5.45)
16.61
(10.60)
24.04
(15.29)
10.90
(5.64)
17.43
(10.89)
25.22
(15.70)
12.23
(6.01)
19.07
(11.46)
27.58
(16.54)
Numbers inside ( ) indicate the mass of moving parts.
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Cylinder with Turntable
Series MGT
Operating Conditions
Allowable eccentric load mass
300
l
200
200
m
l
m
100
MGTM63
Larger than 50st
50
25, 50st
40
30
P = 0.5 MPa
MGTL63
100
Load mass m (kg)
Load mass m (kg)
P = 0.5 MPa
50
40
30
50st or smaller
Larger
than 100st
75, 100st
20
10
5
4
3
20
2
10
1
10
20
30
40 50
100
200
300
1
3 4 5
2
300
20 30 40 50
100 200 300 400
300
200
MGTL80
200
MGTM80
P = 0.5 MPa
100
Larger than 50st
50
P = 0.5 MPa
100
Load mass m (kg)
Load mass m (kg)
10
Eccentric distance l (mm)
Eccentric distance l (mm)
25, 50st
40
50
40
30
Larger
than 75st
50st
25st
20
10
30
MGJ
5
4
3
20
MGP
2
10
10
1
20
30 40 50
200
100
1
300 400
3 4 5
2
Eccentric distance l (mm)
10
20 30 40 50
100
200 300 400
Eccentric distance l (mm)
MGQ
MGG
300
MGC
MGTL100
300
MGTM100
200
200
P = 0.5 MPa
100
100
Load mass m (kg)
Load mass m (kg)
P = 0.5 MPa
Larger than 50st
25, 50st
50
40
30
Larger
than 75st
50
40
30
25st
50st
20
MGF
MGZ
MGT
10
5
4
3
20
2
10
10
1
20
30
40 50
200
100
1
300 400
2
3 4 5
10
20 30 40 50
100
200 300 400
Eccentric distance l (mm)
Eccentric distance l (mm)
Allowable side load
F (N)
F
Bore size
(mm)
63
F
80
100
Stroke (mm)
Model
25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
MGTM
204
178
212
193
176
162
151
140
MGTL
143
127
186
170
243
226
212
199
MGTM
250
221
291
267
246
228
213
199
MGTL
62
154
255
237
220
205
192
180
MGTM
356
321
382
353
328
307
288
271
MGTL
114
153
335
313
292
274
257
242
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Series MGT
Construction
o !0 !1 !2 !3 @5 @2 @1
Section A–A’
@0 u @8 r y !6 @3 @4 e !7 w i t q
A
A’
@7 #3 @9 #0 # 1#2 !8 !9 #4 @8 @6 !4 !5
Component Parts
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Description
Flat cylinder MGTM
w/turntable
MGTL
Guide plate
Bearing guide A
Bearing guide B
Bearing guide C
Bearing guide D
Notch table
Bearing
Notch ring
Steel ball
Ball cap
Return spring
Component Parts
Material
—
Note
MGPM63 to 100- MGPL63 to 100- White anodized
White anodized
White anodized
Chromated
Chromated
Nickel plated
Aluminum alloy
Aluminum alloy
Aluminum alloy
Aluminum alloy
Aluminum alloy
Carbon steel
—
Carbon steel
Hard zinc chromated
High carbon chromium bearing steel
Stainless steel
Piano wire
Zinc chromated
No.
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Description
Spring guide
Parallel pin
Parallel pin
Hexagon socket head cap screw
Hexagon socket head cap screw
Hexagon socket head cap screw
Hexagon socket head cap screw
Hexagon socket head cap screw
Hexagon bolt
Hexagon nut
Spring washer
Plain washer
Helical insert
Material
Carbon steel
High carbon chromium bearing steel
High carbon chromium bearing steel
Chrome molybdenum steel
Chrome molybdenum steel
Chrome molybdenum steel
Chrome molybdenum steel
Chrome molybdenum steel
Chrome molybdenum steel
Carbon steel
Steel wire
Carbon wire
Stainless steel
Note
Nickel plated
Nickel plated
Nickel plated
Nickel plated
Nickel plated
Nickel plated
Nickel plated
Nickel plated
Nickel plated
Component Parts (Position detector bracket)
No.
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Description
Material
Magnet base A
Aluminum alloy
Magnet base B
Aluminum alloy
Switch holder
Aluminum alloy
Magnet holder
Aluminum alloy
Magnet
—
Retaining ring
Carbon tool steel
Auto switch
—
Hexagon socket head cap screw Chrome molybdenum steel
Hexagon socket head cap screw Chrome molybdenum steel
Note
White anodized
White anodized
White anodized
White anodized
Nickel plated
Nickel plated
Note) Please refer to page 284 for details on components and replaceable parts
for flat cylinders with guides (MGPM, MGPL).
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Series MGT
Cylinder with Turntable
Dimensions
a
XB
b
øXAH7
4 x YY depth YL
øXAH7 depth XL
d
c
e
XC
X
X±0.02
XAH7
XL
T groove dimensions
XX section detail drawing
63
80
100
3
xR
8
2
6 +0.05
0
a
6
WB
Z WA
b
(mm)
c
d
e
11 17.8 10
7
18.5
13.3 20.3 12
8
22.5
Bore size (mm)
15.3 23.3 13.5 10
30
XX section
QQ section detail drawing
Notch spring force adjustment bolt
22.5°
QQ section
8 x NN depth NL
Z
WA
L
XX section
X±0.02
øQ
°
45
4 x MM depth ML
4 x øOA through
4 x øOB counterbore depth OL
VB
VA
H
X
U
PW
T
øRB
øRC
øRA
For intermediate strokes other than standard strokes,
refer to the Manufacture of Intermediate Stroke on page 452.
2xP
(Plug)
PB
J
2xP
K
G
E
MGQ
HA: T groove for hex. bolt
GC
GA
GB
60
PA + Stroke
C + Stroke
FA FB
SB FC
B + Stroke
A + Stroke
SA
AA + Stroke
Turntable angle
detection switch
S
øXAH7 depth XL
øDB
6
30
MGP
NL
HB
ø6 +0.05
depth
0
MGJ
MGG
MGC
MGF
MGZ
(mm)
Bore
size
(mm)
Standard stroke (mm)
63
80
100
25, 50, 75,
100, 125, 150,
175, 200
B
C
DA
FA
FB
FC
77
49 20
96.5 56.5 25
116 66 30
16
22
25
12
18
25
15
15
20
PB
PW
Q
G
GA
GB
GC
H
HA
HB
J
K
L
78 16.5 13.5 16.5 162 M10 103 39
91.5 19 15.5 14.5 202 M12 121.5 45.5
19
18 240 M14 145 55.5
111.5 23
39
46
56
58
54
62
RA
RB
RC
S
SA
SB
VA
VB
70 188
80 225
100 272
117
128
168
24
24
35
100
125
150
54
56
71
39
41
51
142
180
210
110
140
166
MM
ML
M10 x 1.5 22
M12 x 1.75 26
M14 x 2.0 32
NN
NL
OA
M6 x 1.0
M8 x 1.25
M10 x 1.5
10
12
15
8.6
10.6
12.5
MGT
(mm)
Bore
size
(mm)
OB
OL
63
80
100
14
17.5
20
9
8
8
P
TN
PA
Nil
TF
Rc 1/4 NPT 1/4 G 1/4 14
28
Rc 3/8 NPT 3/8 G 3/8 14.5 25.5
Rc 3/8 NPT 3/8 G 3/8 17.5 32.5
58
74
89
T
U
148 124
198 156
236 188
(mm)
Bore
size
(mm)
63
80
100
WA
WB
52
52
72
28
28
48
128
128
148
38
42
35
50
54
47
88
92
85
MGTM (Slide bearing)
Bore
size
(mm)
63
80
100
X
XA
XB
XC
XL
80
100
124
5
6
6
6
7
7
4
5
5
8
10
10
YY
YL
Z
M10 x 1.5 20
M12 x 1.75 24
M14 x 2.0 28
24
28
11
25st 50, 75, 100st Larger than 100st 25st 50, 75, 100st Larger than 100st
AA
(mm)
A
25, 50st Larger than 50st 25, 50st Larger than 50st
160.5
171
208
172
198
233
106.5
115
137
118
142
162
BD
25
30
36
E
25, 50st Larger than 50st
29.5
18.5
21
41
45.5
46
D-쏔
MGTL (Ball bushing bearing)
Bore
size
(mm)
(mm)
AA
A
E
25st 50st 75st, 100st Larger than 100st 25st 50st 75st, 100st Larger than 100st
147
63
80 165.5 186
100 192 218
188
168
216
251
93
109.5 130
121 147
114
134
160
180
DB 25st 50st 75st, 100st
20
25
30
16
13 33.5
5 31
Larger than 100st
37
57
-X쏔
Individual
-X쏔
63.5
64
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Series MGT
Auto Switch Proper Mounting Position (Detection at Stroke End)
Proper auto switch mounting position for
cylinder (stroke end)
Proper auto switch mounting position for
table position detection
Auto switch
Proper Mounting Position
Auto
switch
model
Bore size
63
80
100
D-M9쏔
D-M9쏔V
D-M9쏔W
D-M9쏔WV
a
Auto switch
d
B
c
b
A
(mm)
D-A9쏔
D-A9쏔V
A
B
A
B
15
18
22.5
19
23.5
28.5
11
14
18.5
15
19.5
24.5
D-Z7쏔/Z80
D-Y59쏔/Y7P
D-Y69쏔/Y7PV
D-Y7쏔W
D-Y7쏔WV
A
B
10
13
17.5
14
18.5
23.5
Note) Adjust the auto switch after confirming the operating
conditions in the actual setting.
Proper Mounting Position
(mm)
Auto switch model
a
b
c
d
D-A9쏔
D-M9쏔
D-M9쏔W
2
6
5
8
12
11
14
18
17
20
24
23
∗ In order that adjacent auto switches do not misoperate,
they should be set within ± 1 mm of the proper
mounting positions indicated in the table above.
Auto Switch Mounting
When mounting an auto switch, insert it into the cylinder’s auto switch groove from the direction
shown in the figure below. After setting it in the mounting position, use a flat head watchmaker’s
screwdriver to secure it with the auto switch mounting screw which is included.
Mounting of auto switches for cylinder
Flat head watchmaker’s
screwdriver
Auto switch mounting screw (M2.5 x 4 l)
Mounting of auto switch for
table position detection
(Included)
Auto switch mounting screw (M2.5 x 4 l)
(Included)
Flat head watchmaker’s
screwdriver
Note) When fastening the auto switch mounting screw, use a watchmaker’s
screwdriver with a grip diameter of 5 to 6 mm.
The fastening torque should be 0.05 to 0.1 N·m.
As a rule, it should be turned about 90° past the position at which tightening
can be felt.
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Cylinder with Turntable
Minimum Stroke for Mounting
Operating Range
(mm)
(mm)
Auto switch model
No. of
auto switches
D-A9쏔
D-A9쏔V
D-M9쏔
D-M9쏔V
D-Z7쏔
D-Z80
D-Y59쏔
D-Y7P
D-M9쏔W
D-M9쏔WV
D-Y69쏔
D-Y7PV
D-Y7쏔W
D-Y7쏔WV
ø63
Series MGT
ø80
1 pc.
ø100
D-A9쏔/A9쏔V
D-M9쏔/M9쏔V
D-M9쏔W/M9쏔WV
D-Z7쏔/Z80
D-Y59쏔/Y69쏔
D-Y7P/Y7PV
D-Y7쏔W/Y7쏔WV
5
2 pcs.
10
1 pc.
2 pcs.
1 pc.
2 pcs.
1 pc.
2 pcs.
10
10
5
5
10
15
Auto switch model
Bore size
63
11
80
100
10.5
10.5
8.5
7.5
7.5
11.5
11.5
12
8
9.5
10
∗ Hysteresis specifications are given as a guide, it is
not a guaranteed range. (Tolerance 30%)
Hysteresis may fluctuate due to the operating
environment.
Auto Switch Mounting Bracket/Part No.
Auto switch model
Bore size (mm)
ø63 to ø100
D-A9쏔/A9쏔V
D-M9쏔/M9쏔W
D-M9쏔W/M9쏔WV
BMG2-012
D-A9쏔(V)/M9쏔(V)/M9쏔W(V)
MGJ
BMG2-012
MGP
MGQ
MGG
MGC
MGF
MGZ
Besides the models listed in How to Order, the following auto switches can be mounted on cylinder units.
Refer to pages 1719 to 1827 for the detailed specifications.
Auto switch type
Reed
Model
D-Z73, Z76
D-Z80
D-Y69A, Y69B, Y7PV
Solid state
D-Y7NWV, Y7PWV, Y7BWV
D-Y59A, Y59B, Y7P
D-Y7NW, Y7PW, Y7BW
Electrical entry (Fetching direction)
Grommet (In-line)
Grommet (Perpendicular)
Grommet (In-line)
MGT
Features
—
Without indicator light
—
Diagnostic indication (2-color indication)
—
Diagnostic indication (2-color indication)
∗ For solid state auto switches, auto switches with a pre-wired connector are also available. Refer to pages 1784 and 1785 for details.
∗ Normally closed (NC = b contact) solid state auto switches (D-F9G/F9H/Y7G/Y7H types) are also available. Refer to pages 1746 and 1748 for details.
D-쏔
-X쏔
Individual
-X쏔
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Series MGT
Specific Product Precautions
Be sure to read before handling.
Refer to front matters 42 and 43 for Safety Instructions and pages 3 to 11 for Actuator
and Auto Switch Precautions.
Mounting
Mounting
1. Do not put hands or fingers between the plate and
body.
1. Do not scratch or dent the sliding parts of the piston
rod and guide rods.
Damage to seals may cause air leaks or faulty operation.
2. In cases where the cylinder will be bottom mounted
and shock will be delivered during use, the
mounting bolts should be inserted to a depth of 2d
or more.
2d or more
Care should be taken that hands or fingers do not get caught in
the space between the cylinder body and the plate when air
pressure is applied.
Caution
(d= outside dia. of screw)
Warning
3. If the cylinder is to be bottom mounted, bypass
ports should be provided for the guide rods.
2. When rotating the turntable, take care that hands or
fingers are not caught by the position detector auto
switch bracket.
øD
C±0.2
(By-pass port dia.)
B±0.2
Because there is a danger of hands or fingers getting caught
between the switch bracket and one of the magnet arms,
please use caution when the turntable is being rotated.
Since the guide rods protrude from the bottom of the cylinder
at the end of the retracting stroke, in cases where the cylinder
is to be bottom mounted it is necessary to provide by-pass
ports for the guide rods in the mounting surface, as well as
holes for the hexagon socket head screws which are used for
mounting.
A±0.2
Bore size
(mm)
A
B
C
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)
63
80
100
142
180
210
58
54
62
124
156
188
D (mm)
MGTM
MGTL
27
33
39
22
28
33
Hexagon socket
head mounting
screws
M10 x 1.5
M12 x 1.75
M14 x 2.0
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