Electrical Slip Ring - Mercotac Model 110

Model 110
One Conductor,
10 Amp


Mounts at the end of a rotating axis. 
Mount by the press fit receptacle accessory. 
Wire attaches using the accessory receptacle or cap.
Model No. Terminals Voltage
AC/DC
Amp
Rating
@240VAC
Max.
Freq.
MHz
Contact
Resistance
Max.
RPM
Temp
Max. F (C) /
 Min. F (C)
Rotation
Torque (gm-cm)
Circuit
Separation
110 1 N/A 10 200

<1m

3600 140 (60) /-20(-29) 35 N/A
110-SS 1 N/A 10 200

<1m

3600 140 (60) /-20(-29) 35 N/A
110-L 1 N/A 10 200

<1m

1200 140 (60) /-20(-29) 10 N/A
"SS" designator indicates stainless steel ball bearing (recommended for wet or corrosive environments)
"L" designator indicates low torque
Note: The anodized aluminum housing of the 110 series Mercotac is electrically "hot" to the internal conductor.

110 Accessories
1065
5920
one contact receptacle
5921-S
one contact receptacle
w/ 6" wire
5952
one contact cap
w/solder lug
55337
ring terminal (12-10 AWG)
 

Receptacle used for mounting to rotating device.
Accessories are required for wire connections.  Order Separately.

110 Connections

Note: The metal receptacle used for mounting is electrically conductive.  Therefore, if desired, it can be used as the electrical connection between the 110 and the rotating member of the machine using Part #5920.  However, if an insulated mounting at the rotating member is being used, then Part #5921-S with six inch wire lead is used for the electrical connection.
110 Suggested Mounting Methods
Model 110 is typically mounted by the knurled metal receptacle, which is press-fit into the rotating member of the machine. When mounting horizontally, mount the Mercotac so the body of the connector rotates.

Receptacle Mount Hole Dimensions

MODEL 1052 HOLE DIAMETER () * DEPTH
5920, 5921-S .283"    (7.19) .35"    (8.89)
*Inch  (mm) Tolerance   +.001" (+.025)
    -.000" (-.000)






Installation Notes:
  • the up arrow should not point below horizontal
  • do not solder to or bend connector tabs
  • avoid lateral forces and mechanical loads (overly stiff or tight wires)
  • do not rigid mount both ends of connector
  • limit mounting eccentricity (runout / wobble) to .005" (.13mm)
  • provide overload protection within the circuit
  • avoid vibration and bumping motions

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