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Cables Used For Wiring; U.s. Customary Units - Mitsubishi Electric MELSERVO-J5 Series User Manual

Linear servo motor
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Notes on handling
• Handling must be done by the engineers who have a full knowledge of this product.
• One who uses a medical device like a pacemaker must keep away from the product and equipment.
• Do not wear metals such as watch, pierced earring, necklace, etc.
• Use nonmagnetic tools. (Example) Explosion-proof beryllium copper alloy safety tools: bealon (NGK)
• Do not put magnetic card, watch, portable phone, etc. close to the motor.
• Do not add a shock or a stress on the mold part of the product. (Otherwise, the linear servo motor may be damaged.)
• Put a sign such as "Note a strong magnetic.", and take action by giving cautions to the surrounding, etc.
Disposal of linear servo motor
• The primary side must be discarded as industrial waste.
• The secondary side must be discarded as industrial waste after demagnetization over 300 ˚C.
• When the demagnetization is not possible, pack into a box and return to your local sales office.
• Do not leave the product.
Primary side
Discard as industrial waste.

Cables used for wiring

Wires mentioned in this user's manual are selected based on the ambient temperature of 40 °C.

U.S. CUSTOMARY UNITS

U.S. customary units are not shown in this manual. Convert the values if necessary according to the following table.
Quantity
Mass
Length
Torque
Moment of inertia
Load (thrust load/axial load)
Temperature
Secondary side
SI (metric) unit
1 [kg]
1 [mm]
1 [N•m]
-4
2
1 [(× 10
kg•m
)]
1 [N]
N [°C] × 9/5 + 32
After demagnetizing over 300 °C,
discard as industrial waste.
U.S. customary unit
2.2046 [lb]
0.03937 [inch]
141.6 [oz•inch]
2
5.4675 [oz•inch
]
0.2248 [lbf]
N [°F]
5

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