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Auxiliary Switches And Positioning Signals - Siemens OpenAir GEB 1 Series Technical Basics

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Electrical functions
Gear train rotary range
Inner mechanical limits
Auxiliary switches
Factory setting:
A = 5°; B = 85°
Setting range 5°...90°
Switching states
Rotary movement as a function
of the positioning signal
Modulating signal, DC 0...10 V
AC 24 V
no movement (G,G0,Y=U)
opening (G,G0,Y>U)
ƒ
closing (G,G0,Y<U or G,G0)
Three-position signal,
AC 24 V; AC 230 V
no movement (no voltage)
...
opening (G,Y1 or N,Y1)
closing (G,Y2 or N,Y2)
Note
Adjustment tool
Siemens
Building Technologies
3.3

Auxiliary switches and positioning signals

The illustration below shows the relationship between the rotary angle, the adjustable
switching points for auxiliary switches A and B, and the positioning signal.
A
S1
S2 S3
The setting shafts for the auxiliary switches turn together with the adapter. The scales
thus only refer to the inner mechnical 0° limit.
The adjustment tool is used to set the auxiliary switches; it is part of the delivery (type-
specific).
Technische Grundlagen: Drehantriebe GEB...1
⇑ 1 x click
S1
S2 S3
S5 S6
1
2
3
4
5
6
95°
B
85°
S4
S4
S5 S6
Aux Switch
Adjustment
95°
10V
95°
A
B
[ ° ]
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2017-05-26

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