Linear drives M9 VdS

M9 VdS

VdS certificated linear drive, for opening and closing casements, dome lights and skylights for smoke and heat extraction and daily ventilation.



features


  •  VdS approved drive for a lifting force of 500 N
  •  24 V DC drive for SHE- and ventilation application
  •  compact motor unit in rectangular aluminium profile
  •  maximum opening time = 60 sec. at nominal operation  
  •  automatic switch off by detection of current
  •  also with VdS approval for smoke pressure systems (SPS), Nr. G 505003

different variants:


M9/200-500N/LA/EV1/RWA/VdS (66008203), M9/300-500N/LA/EV1/RWA/VdS (66008303), M9/500-500N/LA/EV1/RWA/VdS (66008503)

SHE:

RWA

ventilation:

Lueftung

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technical voltage

24 V DC (-20 % / +30 %)

technical draw

approx. 1 amp

cut-off

integrated electronic power cut-off (LA)

pressing force

500 N

tractive force

500 N

nominal clamping force

2000 N

stroke width

200, 300 und 500 mm

min. casement height at stroke length


dimensions

Ø 36 x (stroke + approx. 260 mm) (diameter x length)

speed of operation

approx. 8.3 mm/sec.

power supply cable

2 x 0.75 mm²; length at least 1 m; silicon white

start-up time

3 min. (ED/ON), 7 min. (AD/OFF)

service life

>10.000 ventilation cycles at nominal load

range of temperature

-5 °C to +75 °C

IP protection class

IP 54 according to DIN EN 60 529

housing

aluminium tube

colour

EV1/silver or white RAL 9016, anodized

special colours

RAL colours on request

included in delivery


type of construction tested


acoustical measurement


dimensional drawing DXF


M9 500N RWA VdS D M9_500N_RWA_VdS_D.dxf (384.1 KiB)
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Caution:
Please select brackets consistent with the mounting situation and order separately.

Note:
Available with VdS approval for RDA, No. G 505003, see Section I, Page I17.

When dimensioning the power supply and the cable cross-sections for the supply lines to the motors as a function of the control panels used, the increased currents associated with start-up torques must be taken into account!

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