Cable Coiler 500

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Description

Description

Overview

The CableCoiler 500 is a light-weight, economical single pan coiling machine used to coil wire or cable weighing up to 4 kg (8.8 lbs.)
Application Range

The CableCoiler 500 is a light-duty, economical single pan coiling machine used to coil wire or cable. It is designed to interface with Schleuniger automatic cut and strip machines. Thanks to its flexibility, ease of use and ergonomic design, the CableCoiler 500 is the perfect solution to improve the production rate and efficiency of your wire or cable processing line.

As the wire or cable exits the cut and strip machine, it passes through a guide tube and into the CableCoiler 500 coiling pan. The coiling pan speed is synchronized with the speed of the exiting wire or cable, making a uniform sized coil. The operator can change the diameter of the coil by adjusting the “Relative Speed” setting on the CableCoiler 500.

Technical Data

Max. Cable Diameter
Up to 12 mm (0.47”)

Cable Length Minimum
1,800 mm (71.0”) depending on the coiling diameter

Min. Coil Inner Diameter
150 mm (6.0”)

Max. Coil Outer Diameter
300 mm (12.0”)

Max. Coil Weight
4 kg (9 lbs.)

Max. Coiling Speed
250 RPM

Max. Wire Speed
2.0 m/sec (6.6 ft/sec)

Wire Axis Height
Adjustable from 864 – 1,067 mm (34.0” to 42.0”)

Interfaces
§  WS/Postfeed interface (for use with Schleuniger machines with WS/Postfeed standard)

§  Optical interface (for use with other Schleuniger machines or 3rd party machines)

§  Footpedal to initiate machine cycle (active only when using the WS/Postfeed interface)

Power Supply
110, 115, 230 or 240 VAC

Max. Power Consumption
100 VA

Compressed Air Required
No

Dimensions (L x W x H)
610 x 560 x 1,000 mm (24.0“ x 22.0“ x 39.3”)

Weight (net)
20 kg (44 lbs.)

CE – Conformity
The CableCoiler 500 fully complies with all CE and EMC equipment guidelines relative to mechanical and electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility.

Important Note
Schleuniger recommends that wire samples be submitted in cases where there is doubt as to the processing capabilities of a particular machine.