ThreadChecker™

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Non-contact application-specific sensors designed to check
threadpresence/absence displacement sensing system

  • Universal electronics for any probe/material combination
  • Four internal probes from 4mm to 10mm
  • Two external probes: 6mm and 8mm
  • DIN rail mounting option
  • CE compliant
  • IP-67 rated probes and electronics
  • PUR jacketed probe and I/O cables
  • Go/no-go LED indicator
  • Push button teach
  • Both switched and analog outputs
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TEMPERATURE
Operating range0° to 70°C (32° to 158°F)
Storage range
0° to 70°C (32° to 158°F)
Compensation range 15° to 55°C (59° to 131°F)
ANALOG OUTPUT
Continuous load current
<50 mA
Short circuit/overload protection Yes
INPUT
Supply voltage required
15 to 30 Vdc
Current limit (no load current input)
<50 mA
Reverse polarity protection
Yes
Short circuit protection Yes
SWITCHED OUTPUT
TypeOpto-isolated NPN
Switching speed
3 KHz
Maximum voltage
30 Vdc
Maximum current 80 mA

RATINGS
SensorsIP-67
ElectronicsIP-67
CE compliant Yes
SENSOR CABLE
Jacket material
Polyurethane
Length2 meters
INDICATORS
Power on
Green LED
Thread presenceOff = unthreaded hole detected
On = threaded hole detected*
Blinking = Teach mode
Yellow LED

DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

Model
Universal ThreadChecker™
Non-contact proximity measuring system

Manufacturer
Kaman Precision Products
Measuring & Memory Systems
217 Smith Street
Middletown, CT 06457
USA
Telephone 860-632-1000
Fax 860-632-4515

Conforms with Applicable Standards of:
Council Directive 2004/108/EC (December 15, 2004) on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC Directive)
Council Directive 2006/95/EC (December 12, 2006) on Low Voltage Equipment Safety (LVD Directive)

EMC
EN 61326-1:2006 – Industrial Electrical equipment for Measurement, Control and Laboratory Use – EMC Requirements
EN 55011:2007 – Class A Group 2 Radiated Emissions Requirements

LVD
EN 61010-1:2001 The ThreadChecker unit requires the use of a limited energy power supply circuit per EN 61010-1:2001 Article 9.3. The ThreadChecker does not use or switch voltages in excess of 60 VDC or 42.4 VAC peak (30 VAC rms).