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2019, Catalog, PICT-B10169-0119, PICT-B10169-0119
07/2018, Operating Instructions, A5E45488881-AA, A5E45488881
2018, Catalog, E86060-K6410-A101-A6-7600, E86060-K6410-A101-A6-7600
04/2018, Brochure, PDPA-B10240-00-7600
3D models and installation drawings now collected in the Industry Image Database
Chinese Quality Check Mark A0210
Statement to China RoHS-directive 7MH7176 7MH7131 7MH7134 7MH7126 7MH7123 7MH7125 7MH7122 WB300 WB310 7MH7500 7MH7185-.A0 7MH7186 WF200 7MH7115 7MH7102 7MH7104 7MH7106 7MH7110 7MH7112 7MH7180 7MH77231N. 7MH7161 7MH7163 7MH7562 7MH7560 7MH7144 7MH7146
TASS | EMC | Siemens Doc. No. A5E00502342/003
TASS | EMC | 7MH7131 | de, en A5E00502342-02
06/2008, Operating instructions, 7ML19985HL61
QUESTION: What are the main features and benefits of the Milltronics TASS? ANSWER: The TASS: offers low cost of ownership with a low purchase price and low cost of installation requires limited headroom between the carrying and return strands of a belt conveyor includes a mounting bracket for attaching it to a conveyor cross structure to provide ease of installation. ...
QUESTION: When would I use the RBSS instead of the TASS speed sensor? ANSWER: The RBSS offers more resolution with 60 pulses per wheel revolution than the 5 pulses per wheel revolution of the TASS. The RBSS provides more weight for better traction, but the TASS 5 requires less headroom between the conveying and return strands of the conveyor belt. ...
QUESTION: What maintenance is required for the TASS? ANSWER: The TASS has a polyurethane wheel. If excessive tread wear occurs, the wheel should be replaced. The proximity switch should provide years of service. The wheel bearing is a sealed type that should also provide long service, unless subject to high pressure washdown. ...
QUESTION: When would I use the TASS instead of the RBSS speed sensor? ANSWER: The TASS requires less headroom. This is particularly important to applications, such as mobile crushers, which have limited room between the carrying and the return sides of the conveyor belt. ...
QUESTION: How does a return belt speed sensor work? ANSWER: A return belt speed sensor is installed between the conveying and the returning sides of a belt conveyor. It is held in place while the returning belt movement rotates the speed sensor's drive wheel. A pulse generating device, usually a proximity switch, produces a pulse train that is directly proportional to the number of targets on a gear. The switch senses the teeth of the gear, which are directly propo ...