The ratchet ensures a defined cable length, by default with one notch per rotation. Several ratchets can be installed on request. The ratchet also ensures the strain relief of the cable during the operation.
The roller yoke is rigidly installed to the fixing flange. The roller yoke ensures the even winding and unwinding of the cable and, at the same time, it prevents the cable from "jumping" over the external shield of the reel. The roller yoke is fitted with plastic rollers which preserve the cable and also make sure that, up to certain extent, the cable can be unwound towards the side.
The eye yoke can be swivelled and is installed to the fixing flange. The eye yoke ensures the even winding and unwinding of the cable and prevents the cable from "jumping" over the external shield of the reel. In contrast to the roller yoke, the eye yoke is used in environments or systems with a high concentration of dirt particles or where it must be possible to decontaminate the yoke. The eye yoke is made of round steel, which means that it cannot damage the cable. The yoke can also be swivelled upwards and downwards.
The rotating ceiling attachment has a swivelling range of 300° and a stop. It is used for ceiling mounting, for example in workshops or automated facilities, and covers a maximum working range of 300°.
The rotating wall attachment has a swivelling range of 150°. It is used for wall mounting, for example in workshops or automated facilities, and covers a maximum working range of 150°.
The cable pulling grip ensures the strain relief for the cable at the feed point. The surface clamping prevents any point loads on the cable. It preserves the cable sheath and extends the cable's service life. The 800 mm long, galvanised cable pulling grip is adjusted to the cable diameter and, for safety reasons, it is calculated with 3 times the maximum tensile force.
The cable deposit roller, type series KL, is used to minimise any permanent contact between the cable and the ground so that contamination of or damage to the cable can be prevented.
The deflection horn, which is split lengthways, including the chain and screw fastening prevents any kinking of the cable when passing the cable fixed point. The arrangement is horizontal and sufficiently far away from the track centre so that the horn can turn without any obstruction.
This switch is used for monitoring the reel positions "full" and "empty" as well as for other monitoring functions. (It is not a safety switch.) The switching cams are designed for a maximum power of 5 A and 250 V. The limit switch is located either in the slip ring housing or outside that housing in its own housing. (It is driven by a stainless steel chain.) Alternatively, other limit switches, proximity switches or transmitters can be installed.
Thermally controlled stationary heaters at various output levels. Insulated installation in the slip ring housing. We recommend that a heater is installed in locations where low temperatures can occur or where the temperature fluctuates across a very wide range (within a short period of time).