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Linear Unit KLE 8 80x80 LR

Art. No.: 0.0.605.02
Linear Unit KLE 8 80x80 LR
Linear Unit KLE 8 80x80 LR
Linear Unit KLE 8 80x80 LR
Linear Unit KLE 8 80x80 LR
Special features:
Line   = line 8
Delivery Unit   = 1 pce.
Safety clearance smin = 63.5 mm
Stroke max. Hmax = 5600 mm
Max. speed Vmax = 10 m/s
Max. acceleration amax  = 10 m/s2
Repeat accuracy . = 0.1 mm
Stroke h = 210 mm/U
Frictional moment . = 2.5 Nm
Max. drive torque . = 50 Nm
Mass moment of inertia when stroke length = 0 mm J0 = 3316 kg mm2
Mass moment of inertia per m of stroke JH = 447 kg mm2/m
Mass moment of inertia per kg of payload JN = 1117.2 kg mm2/kg
Basic mass (when stroke length = 0 mm) m1 = 11.6 kg
Mass per mm of stroke m2 = 8.8 g/mm
Total mass m = m1 + H * m2
Maximum operating load Fx max = 1500 N
Maximum force in direction y Fy max = 1500 N
Maximum force in direction z Fz max = 1000 N
Maximum moment around the x axis Mx max = 50 Nm
Maximum moment around the y axis My max = 100 Nm
Maximum moment around the z axis Mz max = 150 Nm
Support width when Fz max. = 2000 mm
Support width when Fy max. = 1900 mm
Weight per length of the drive medium (timing belt, chain) mlz = 0.2 kg/m
Efficiency . = 1
Moment of Inertia, x-axis Ix = 135.41 cm4
Moment of Inertia, y-axis Iy = 175.54 cm4
Resistance Moment, x-axis Wx = 29.77 cm3
Resistance Moment, y-axis Wy = 43.89 cm3
Weight m = 11.6 kg
Weight, spec. Length m = 8.8 kg/m
Moment of Inertia, torsional It = 21.28 cm4
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10.03.2010 2 MB
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Complete Linear Units with variable stroke length (H), Drive Unit and Reverse Unit, Housing Profile with integrated roller guide on hardened guiding shafts, preset to be free of play. The Timing Belt in its guide grooves acts as a labyrinth seal, the Timing-Belt tensioning device is integrated into the Reverse Unit along with the ball-bearing mounted pulleys.
Guide slide with four-piece roller-bearing mounting, oil-lubricated roller contact (re-lubrication every 6 months or every 2500 km)
Linear Units KLE boast exceptional precision and low-vibration linear movement.
Simplified method for determining the maximum permissible load for the Roller Guides of a KLE:
To obtain a specific working stroke H, the total length L of a KLE can be derived from the following diagram:
L = 2 x B + 2 x S + Ls + H
Note: The stated safety distances S apply for average operating conditions. Depending on the application (speed, load), other safety distances may be required.
The maximum deflection fmax of the system is governed by the dimension of the profile cross-section, the free profile length and the force applied.
It should not exceed 1mm/m.
The KLE profile must be given appropriate support if the linearity of movement has to be very precise.
The moments of inertia of the profiles provide the basis for calculating the deflection:

Travel speed v in relation to input speed n (timing-belt drive)

Operational force Fx dependent on input torque M (timing-belt drives Fx > 500N)

Maximum possible acceleration in relation to moved mass and installation orientation
h = horizontal orientation
v = vertical orientation