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K0650

Pitch
Pitch
65 mm
Inner height
Inner heights
38 – 42 mm
Inner width
Inner widths
68 – 600 mm
Bending radius
Bending radii
75 – 300 mm
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Stay variants

K0650 RS Stay variants

KC0650 RS

Frame stay, narrow "The standard"

  • Aluminum profile bars for light to medium loads. Assembly without screws.
  • Outside/inside: to open by rotating 90°.
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K0650 LG Stay variants

KC0650 LG

Hole stay, split version

  • Optimum cable routing in the neutral bending line.
    Split version for easy cable routing. Stays also available unsplit.
  • Outside/inside: Screw-fixing easy to release.
K0650 RMA Stay variants

KC0650 RMA

Mounting frame stay

  • Aluminum profile bars with plastic mounting frame stays for guiding very large cable diameters.
  • Outside/inside: Screw-fixing easy to release.
K0650 RE Stay variants

KE0650 RE

Frame screw-in stay

  • Plastic profile bars for light to medium loads. Assembly without screws.
  • Outside/inside: to open by rotating 90°.
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Installation dimensions

Unsupported arrangement

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KR
[mm]
H
[mm]
Hz
[mm]
LB
[mm]
UB
[mm]
75
205 245 366 168
115
285 325 492 208
145
345 385 586 238
175
405 445 680 268
220
495 535 822 313
300
655 695 1073 393

Load diagram for unsupported length depending on the additional load.

Sagging of the cable carrier is technically permitted for extended travel lengths, depending on the specific application.

Intrinsic cable carrier weight qk = 2.5 kg/m. For other inner widths, the maximum additional load changes.

High travel velocity
Speed
up to 8 m/s
High travel acceleration
Acceleration
up to 40 m/s2
Travel length unsupported
Travel length
up to 4.8 m
High additional load
Additional load
up to 20 kg/m
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Gliding arrangement

Gliding arrangement
High travel velocity
Speed
up to 2 m/s
High travel acceleration
Acceleration
up to 3 m/s2
Travel length gliding
Travel length
up to 220 m
High additional load
Additional load
up to 20 kg/m
Guide channel required

The gliding cable carrier must be guided in a channel. More information

If the cable carrier is positioned so it is rotated by 90° (gliding on the outside of the side band), slide discs snapped onto the side optimize the friction and wear situation.

Subject to change.
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