|Maximum load: N (lbf)||1600 (360)|
|Maximum load torque,
dynamic / static: Nm (lbf - in)
|200 / 500 (1,770 / 4,425)|
|Speed, at no load / at
maximum load: mm/s (in/s)
|11 / 6.5 (0.43 / 0.26)|
|Available input voltages: VDC||24|
|Standard stroke lengths (S): mm (in)||200, 250, 300, 350, 400 (8, 10, 12, 14, 16)|
|Operating temperature limits: °C (°F)||0 to +40 (32 to 104)|
|Full load duty cycle @ 20 °C (68 °F): %||10|
|Maximum on time: s||60|
|Maximum sound level: dB||45|
|Lead cross section: mm2 (in2)||1.5 (0.0023)|
|Standard cable length: mm (in)
NX and NE versions
|End of stroke protection||Electronic limit switches (ELS)|
|Mid stroke protection||yes|
NX and NE versions
Molex 8 pin plug
encoder position feedback
operation of single unit
synchronous operation of two units
Thomson introduces the benefits of synchronizing multiple lifting columns using a single control device. This video shows how to zero-out the encoder feedback devices on all columns - even with offset loading. Can be used in applications such as large ergonomic workstations or medical table beds.
Kyle Thomson, Lifting Columns Product Line Manager, discusses various medical and ergonomic applications for Thomson lifting columns and provides details on the many functionalities and benefits of column technology. Also include is an interview with a leading manufacturing engineer from Videojet who shares how they integrated lifting columns into their manufacturing processes to increase employee safety.
Thomson engineers show customers our products in action. From shafting and supports, to round and square rail guides, to linear motion systems and slide tables, to ball and lead screws, to linear bearings and pillow blocks, Thomson demonstrates how our products excel as the best solution in a wide array of industrial applications.
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|Input voltage: VAC||1 x 115 ± 6%||1 x 230 ± 6%||1 x 115 ± 6%||1 x 230 ± 6%|
|Input frequency: HZ||50/60||50/60||50/60||50/60|
|Output voltage: VDC||24||24||24||24|
|Output current, max: A||4,8||4,8||2 x 4,8||2 x 4,8|
|Operating temperature limits: °C||+5 to +45||+5 to +45||+5 to +45||+5 to +45|
|Max. duty cycle @ 25 °C*: 25%||10||10||10||10|
|Maximum on time: s||90||90||90||90|
|Weight of control: kg||0.6||0.6||1.9||1.9|
|Protection class||double insulated||double insulated||double insulated||double insulated|
|Electronic limit switches||yes||yes||yes**||yes**|
* Control will shut off if duty cycle is exceeded and automatically reset when cooled off.
** DCG-254 monitors the encoder pulses and not the motor currents. If the pulses arrive too slowly or not at all it will stop the motion of the lifting column.