ABP Series Limit Switches Overview

ABP Series Limit Switches Overview
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IEC Limit Switches Selection Guide
Limit Switches Selection Guide
Series
Prices start at
Description
Material
Degree of Protection (IEC529)
Maximum Switching
Frequency
Mechanical Service Life
Contact Configuration
ABM Series
ABP Series
AAP Series
$17.50
$27.50
$14.50
Heavy duty IEC
Double-insulated, non-metallic IEC
Double-insulated, non-metallic mini-DIN IEC
Aluminum
PBT (plastic)
PBT (plastic)
IEC IP66
IEC IP65
IEC IP65
Contact blocks: all two cycles per second
Contact blocks: all two cycles per second
Contact blocks: all two cycles per second
25 million cycles
25 million cycles
25 million cycles
One snap-action set of N.O. / N.C. contacts.
One snap-action set of N.O. / N.C. contacts.
One snap-action set of N.O. / N.C. contacts.
(Optional contact blocks with other configurations (Optional contact blocks with other configurations (Optional contact blocks with other configurations
are available)
are available)
are available)
Conduit Opening
Connection
One and three cable holes, PG 13.5 or 1/2 NPT
One cable hole, PG 13.5 or 1/2 NPT
One cable hole, PG 11 or 1/2 NPT
2x2.5mm2 (AWG14) to 2x0.5mm2 (AWG 18)
2x2.5mm2 (AWG14) to 2x0.5mm2 (AWG 18)
2x2.5mm2 (AWG14) to 2x0.5mm2 (AWG 18)
Agency Approvals
CE markings for applicable CE Directives
UL certified (UL508), File E191072. RoHS
CE markings for applicable CE Directives
UL certified (UL508), File E191072. RoHS
CE markings for applicable CE Directives
UL certified (UL508), File E191072. RoHS
Series
AEM Series
Prices start at
Description
Material
Degree of Protection (IEC529)
Maximum Switching
Frequency
Mechanical Service Life
$24.00
Contact Configuration
One snap-action set of N.O. / N.C. contacts.
One slow-action set of N.O. / N.C. contacts.
Conduit Opening
Connection
N/A
Agency Approvals
CE markings for applicable CE Directives
(UL certified (UL508), File E191072. RoHS
Compact 25mm mount
Zinc Alloy
IEC IP67
Contact blocks: all one cycle per second
10 million cycles
3 meter PVC cable
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IEC Limit Switches
ABP series double insulated limit switches
•Featuring an electrically isolated PBT body for corrosive environments
•Single conduit openings in 1/2” NPT or PG13.5
•Conduit openings splined actuator shaft allows very fine adjustment of switch to fit all applications
•Choose from eight different actuators including roller levers, plungers, and wobble sticks
ABP Series
Number of
Part Number Price Actuator Type Conduit
Holes
ABP1H14Z11
ABP2H14Z11
ABP1H19Z11
ABP2H19Z11
ABP1H35Z11
ABP2H35Z11
ABP1H41Z11
ABP2H41Z11
ABP1H51Z11
ABP2H51Z11
ABP1H71Z11
ABP2H71Z11
ABP1H92Z11
ABP2H92Z11
ABP1H93Z11
ABP2H93Z11
Conduit
Threads
Min. Positive
Actuation Opening
Max. Actuation Min.
Force Dimensions:
Force
(N)
/
Speed (m/s) Torque (Nm) (N) / Torque Body / Head Photo
(Nm)
$27.50 Galvanized steel
$28.00 plunger
One
PG13.5
0.5
14(N)
40(N)
Figures 3, 5
A
One
1/2” NPT
0.5
14(N)
40(N)
Figures 3, 5
A
$27.50 Galvanized steel
$28.00 plunger with roller
One
PG13.5
0.5
14(N)
40(N)
Figures 3, 6
B
One
1/2” NPT
0.5
14(N)
40(N)
Figures 3, 6
B
$28.00 One-way lever with
$28.00 polyamide roller
One
PG13.5
1.0
8(N)
30(N)
Figures 3, 7
C
One
1/2” NPT
1.0
8(N)
30(N)
Figures 3, 7
C
$27.50 Side rotary lever with
$28.00 polyamide roller
One
PG13.5
1.5
0.15(Nm)
0.30(Nm)
Figures 3, 8
D
One
1/2” NPT
1.5
0.15(Nm)
0.30(Nm)
Figures 3, 8
D
$28.00 Side rotary adjustable
lever with polyamide
$28.00 roller
One
PG13.5
1.5
0.15(Nm)
0.30(Nm)
Figures 3, 9
E
One
1/2” NPT
1.5
0.15(Nm)
0.30(Nm)
Figures 3, 9
E
$28.00 Side rotary with stain$28.00 less steel rod
One
PG13.5
1.5
0.15(Nm)
0.30(Nm)
Figures 3, 10
F
One
1/2” NPT
1.5
0.15(Nm)
0.30(Nm)
Figures 3, 10
F
$28.00 Wobble lever w/ polyamide tip stainless
$28.00 steel spring
One
PG13.5
1.0
0.18(Nm)
-
Figures 3, 11
G
One
1/2” NPT
1.0
0.18(Nm)
-
Figures 3, 11
G
$28.00 Wobble lever w/
$28.00 stainless steel spring
One
PG13.5
1.0
0.18(Nm)
-
Figures 3, 12
H
One
1/2” NPT
1.0
0.18(Nm)
-
Figures 3, 12
H
A
E
B
F
C
G
D
H
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IEC Limit Switches Accessories
Replacement contact blocks
Easily-installed replacement contact blocks fit both heavy-duty IEC
and double-insulated limit switches, including mini-DIN models.
Note: Limit switches come standard with snap-action contacts
(AGZ11-SWITCH.) To replace contact block, remove limit switch
cover. Carefully remove old contact block and install replacement. Contact blocks are supplied with an adapter to fit into
larger ABM and ABP switches. Remove this adapter when
installing contacts in mini-DIN AAP models.
Replacement Contact Blocks
Part Number
Price
Contact Type
Action
AGZ11-SWITCH
$5.25
Snap-action 1 N.C. and N.O.
3ms change-over time
AGZ02-SWITCH
$5.00
Snap-action 2 N.C.
3ms change-over time
AGX11-SWITCH
$5.00
Slow-action 1 N.C. and 1 N.O.
Break before make
AGY11-SWITCH
$5.00
Slow-action overlay 1 N.C. and 1 N.O.
Make before break
AGW02-SWITCH
$5.50
Slow-action delay 2 N.C.
Simultaneous
AGW20-SWITCH
$4.00
Slow-action overlay 2 N.O.
Simultaneous
Additional lever arms, spare parts and accessories for ABM series
Additional Lever Arms/Spare Parts and Accessories
Part Number
Price Dimensions
AGE42-LEVER
$5.00
Figure 8
Actuator Type
AGE44-LEVER
$5.00
Figure 13
Lever with 50mm diameter rubber roller (fits E42 models)
AGE52-LEVER
$6.00
Figure 9
Lever with stainless steel roller for E52 models (replacement lever)
AGE54-LEVER
$6.00
Figure 14
Lever with 50mm diameter rubber roller (fits E52 models)
Lever with stainless steel roller for E42 models (replacement lever)
Note: See the Bar Charts page of this section for more information.
AGE44-LEVER
Replacement actuator levers
for heavy-duty IEC models
Easily-replaceable actuators for E42
and E52 model limit switches.
AGE52-LEVER
(Replacement lever shown
installed on ABM5E52Z11
limit switch)
Note: These models have an E42 or E52 in the
part number, for example, ABM1E42Z11.
AGE54-LEVER
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General Specifications
Company
Information
Drives
Soft Starters
Motors
Approvals
Power
Transmission
All: CENELEC EN 50041, CEI EN 60947-5-1 Plastic models: UL (508), CSA C22.2 No 14-M91
Environmental
Plastic models: IP65 according to IEC 529
Aluminum models: IP66 according to IEC 144-CEI70-1
Plastic models: stocking: -30° to 80°C (-22° to 176° F) working: -25° to 70°C (-13° to 158°F)
Aluminum models: stocking: -30° to 80°C (-22° to 176°F) working: -10° to 70°C (14° to 158°F); minimum temperatures
assume that the atmosphere is free of moisture, which could cause moving parts to freeze up
Degree of Protection
Temperature Range
Rated Insulation Voltage
690V (degree of pollution 3 )
Working Positions
All actuators can be rotated in 90° increments(although some types of actuator, such as a long, heavy spring with the adjustable
actuator fully extended, may not work properly if installed in a horizontal position).
Mechanical Life
Straight line working heads: 30 million operations, side rotary heads: 25 million operations, multidirectional heads: 10 million
operations
Enclosure Material
Plastic models: fiberglass-reinforced plastic-V0 class (UL94); aluminum models: die cast aluminum
Mechanical Ratings
Motor Controls
Sensors:
Proximity
Sensors:
Photoelectric
Sensors:
Encoders
Sensors:
Limit Switches
Contact Blocks Rating
Yes, all models
Sensors:
Current
AC15
Make: 60A@120VAC; 30A @ 240VAC; 18A @ 400VAC
Break:10A @ 24VAC; 6.5A @130VAC; 3.1A @ 230VAC; 1.8A @ 400VAC
Sensors:
Pressure
DC13
2.8A @ 24VDC; 0.5A @ 110VDC
Positive Opening*
Electrical Ratings
Motion: Servos
and Steppers
Sensors:
Temperature
Maximum Switching Frequency
Contact blocks: all two cycles per second
Repeat Accuracy
0.01mm on the operating points at 1 million operations
Short-Circuit Protection
Cartridge fuses gl 10A-500V 10.3x38 1 100KA
Contact Resistance
25 milli q
Recommended Minimum Operating Speed
With snap-action contacts: 20 mm per minute**
With slow-action contacts: 500 mm per minute***
Rated Insulation Voltage
660V
Pushbuttons
and Lights
Terminals Marking
According to CENELEC EN 50013
Stacklights
Wiring Connections
2 x 2.5mm2 (AWG14) to 2 x 0.5mm2 (AWG18)
Wiring Terminal Type
Captive screw with self-lifting pressure plate
Signal
Devices
Wiring Terminal Markings
According to CENELEC EN50013
Process
User Protection
Double insulation (plastic models only)
Sensors:
Level
Sensors:
Flow Switches
Relays and
Timers
Contact Blocks Performance
Operation Frequency
Pneumatics:
Air Prep
3600 ops/h
Electrical Durability (according to IEC 947-5-1) Utilization categories AC-15 and DC-13; load factor of 0.5. See table and curves below.
Pneumatics:
Directional Control
Valves
Tools Needed
Phillips screwdriver, #1 #2 / Hex wrench, 10mm
* Positive opening in a snap-action contact block is performed by a rigid mechanism that forces the N.C. contact to open in case the snap action mechanism fails. This would provide protection if, for example, the contacts
became “welded” together by excessive current rush. Generally, positive opening is not considered to work properly on switches with actuators that are not a solid design (such as a spring or rubber roller), despite the fact
that the contact block itself has positive opening. In order to be considered as having positive opening, a switch must not have flexible components between actuator actioning points and the electrical contact.
** This is the speed at which snap-action contact blocks are tested. There is no minimum operating speed for snap-action contacts because the speed has no influence on the switch action. When using spring actuators, the
changeover time may vary from 1 to 3 ms from max. to min. operating speed.
*** Slow-action contacts must not be operated at very low speeds because of the tendency to maintain the arc if contacts are not rapidly separated.
5
5
Millions of operating cycles
Millions of operating cycles
0.5
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.2 0.3
0.5
0.3
0.2
1
2
3
5
10
Current (A)
1
2
Snap Action Slow Action
Power breaking for a durability of 5
million cycles
1
0.1
0.5
24
0
48
13
DC-13
0
23
48
0
4
24
0
-2
0-
40
130
23
2
12 -
3
2
1
Pneumatics:
Tubing
Pneumatics:
Air Fittings
AC-15 Slow Action
3
12
Electrical Durability
(according to
IEC 947-5-1)
AC-15 Snap Action
Pneumatics:
Cylinders
3
5
Current (A)
24 Volts
9.5W
12W
48 Volts
6.8W
9W
110 Volts
3.6W
6W
10
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IEC Limit Switches Bar Charts
Limit switch types
Terminal identification (IEC)
Snap-action contact: A contact element in
which the contact motion is independent
of the speed of the actuator. This feature
ensures reliable electrical performance
even in applications involving very slow
moving actuators.
Each terminal is marked with two digits.
European
The first digit indicates the pole (circuit).
Terminal No.
Type
The second digit indicates the type of
contact.
N.C. contact of pole no. 1 1
11-12
_1-_2 is N.C., _3-_4 is N.O.,
N.O. contact of pole no. 2 1
13-14
so 11-12, 21-22 are N.C., while 13-14, 21-22
N.C. contact of pole no. 2 2
23-24 are N.O.
N.O. contact of pole no. 1 2
23-24
Slow-make/slow-break contacts: A contact
element in which the contact motion is
dependent on the actuator speed.
Terminal Markings
1
Make-before-break (overlapping) SPDT: the N.O.
contact closes before the N.C. contact opens. (See ex:
Y11)
Break-before-make (offset) SPDT: the N.C. contact
opens before the N.O. contact closes. (See ex: X11)
Simultaneous make and break SPDT: the N.C. contact
opens at the same time as the N.O. contact closes.
(See ex: Z11)
Contacts Configuration
With non-isolated contacts
2
With isolated contacts
Note: Green/yellow wire is physical earth ground.
= Contact open
= Contact closed
Bar Chart Examples
(cam angle is 30 degrees)
Diagram in millimeters/cam travel
Z11 Snap Action Contacts
1 N.O. and 1 N.C.
13
14
Bk to Bk
Bu to Bn
Bk to Bk
Bu to Bn
11
12
Actuation
Diagram in degrees/lever rotation
Release
A = Max. travel of the operator in mm or degrees
B =Tripping travel of both contacts on actuation
Diagram in millimeters/plunger travel
C = Tripping travel of both contacts on release
D = Differential travel (between actuation and release)
P=
Point from which positive opening is assured
during actuation
Part Series
ABMxE11Z11
ABMxE13Z11
ABMxE32Z11
ABMxE42Z11
ABMxE52Z11
ABMxE71Z11
ABMxE92Z11
ABMxE93Z11
ABPxH14Z11
ABPxH19Z11
ABPxH35Z11
ABPxH41Z11
ABPxH51Z11
ABPxH71Z11
ABPxH92Z11
ABPxH93Z11
AAP2T14Z11
AAP2T13Z11
AAP2T35Z11
AAP2T41Z11
AAP2T51Z11
AAP2T71Z11
A
Displacement Values mm(in) or degrees
B
C
P
6.0
3.0
1.8
10.5
5.3
3.1
4.6
8.2
15.5
6.3
3.1
10.8
78º
33º
20º
49º
78º
33º
20º
49º
78º
33º
20º
49º
—
21º
9º
—
—
21º
21º
—
5.9
2.2
1.0
3.8
10.5
4.6
2.4
7.5
17 mm
6.8
3.8
11.3
90º
31º
19º
47º
90º
31º
19º
47º
90º
31º
19º
47º
—
27º
15º
—
—
27º
15º
—
9.6 mm
4.7 mm
2.5 mm
7.6 mm
5.5 mm
2.5 mm
1.3 mm
4.1 mm
21 mm
9mm
4.9 mm
14.5 mm
74º
31º
17º
47º
74º
31º
17º
47º
74º
31º
17º
47º
Changeable working heads
(E42,E52,E71) models; view
of cam insert when looking at
bottom of head once removed
from switch body.
To change position, push in and twist until it
locks into place
Positioning - 90º each way
Adjustable lever from 0-360º, 6º
each increment
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Switch body dimensions
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Actuators - ABM, ABP models
Dimensions are in millimeters. 25.4 mm = 1 inch
For example, 30 mm to inches = 30/25.4 = 1.181 inches.
Drives
Figure 5: Steel plunger (ABM, ABP models)
Motors
16
Diam. 10
Power
Transmission
37
Figure 1: ABM models — single-cable entry style
Motion: Servos
and Steppers
5
Diam 5.3
6.5
5.3
7.3
Motor Controls
76.5
Figure 6: Plunger with roller (ABM, ABP models)
60
Soft Starters
16
Diam. 12
Sensors:
Proximity
Sensors:
Photoelectric
5
A
50
Sensors:
Encoders
30
Sensors:
Limit Switches
31
40
43
Figure 2: ABM models — 3-cable entry style
40
6
5
6.5
5.3
Figure 7: 1-way lever with roller (ABM, ABP models)
Sensors:
Pressure
34
7.3
Sensors:
Current
16
Sensors:
Temperature
6
Sensors:
Level
64
65.5
Diam. 22
Sensors:
Flow Switches
A
Pushbuttons
and Lights
66
43
Figure 3: ABP models
Stacklights
Fig. 8: Side rotary with roller (ABM, ABP models)
15.5
7.4
63
Process
7
57
Diam. 22
41
60
74
5.4
6
Relays and
Timers
63
5.4
40
Pneumatics:
Air Prep
A/B/C
7
Pneumatics:
Directional Control
Valves
17
30
41
30.5
40.5
A = PG 11
B = PG 13.5
C = 1/2-14 NPT
Figure 4: AAP (MiniFigure
DIN) 4:
models
ABP models
Signal
Devices
Figure 9: Side rotary with adjustable lever roller
(ABM, ABP models)
58
53
Diam. 22
Pneumatics:
Tubing
Pneumatics:
Air Fittings
30.3
46 a 102
53
20
(22)
68 a 124
4
24.5
Pneumatics:
Cylinders
Appendix
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45
6
Terms and
Conditions
PG. 11
30
60
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Figure 10: Side rotary with rod
(ABM, ABP models)
7
Figure 18: Side rotary lever with
roller (AAP models)
Figure 14: Optional lever arm
(ABM models) AGE54-LEVER
45
48.5
15
25
5.5
53
35.5
200
210 max
18
Diam. 3
60
37
Figure 11: Wobble-type
with spring with tip
(ABM, ABP models)
16
Diam. 7
Actuators — mini-DIN
(AAP) models
Figure 15: Steel plunger
(AAP models)
Figure 19: Side rotary
lever with adj. lever roller
(AAP models)
130
Diam. 8
12.5
45.5
20
41
Figure 16: Steel plunger with
roller (AAP models)
S1
16
3.5
o
30
0
25 +5
130
42
12.5
Diam. 11
20
Diam. 7
28
Figure 12: Wobble-type steel
spring (ABM, ABP models)
5.5
34
44.5-117.5
28-100
18
Figure 20: Side rotary
lever with rod actuator
(AAP models)
Figure 17: One-way lever with
roller (AAP models)
Diam. 3
12.5
5.2
20
39
0
31+5
30
o
Max 177.5
S2
Diam. 12.5
36
5.5
Max 160
Figure 13: Optional lever arm
(ABM models) AGE44-LEVER
46
[1.8]
41
Dimensions are in millimeters (25.4 mm = 1 inch). For example, 30 mm to inches = 30/25.4 = 1.181 inches.
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