Replace Sliprings with Mercotac Model 235

Model 235
Two Conductors,
2@30amps & 500V

 

sliprings, Mercotac 235

sliprings, Mercotac 235


Disconnects included (4 lg.)
Boot Kit available
Available with stainless steel
  ball bearing (235-SS)
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
235
2
0-500
30
100

<1m

1200
140 (60) /-20(-29)
400

>50M

235-SS
2
0-500
30
100

<1m

1200
140 (60) /-20(-29)
400

>50M

"SS" designator indicates stainless steel ball bearing (recommended for wet or corrosive environments)

235 Accessories
sliprings, Mercotac 235
sliprings, Mercotac 235
sliprings, Mercotac 235
57235
Boot Kit for dust or splash
protection IP51
55250
Terminal 16 - 14 AWG
(qty. 2 included)
55251
Terminal 16 - 14 AWG
(qty. 2 included)
235 Standard Wire Connections

sliprings, Mercotac 235

235 Wire Connections With Optional Boot
sliprings, Mercotac 235
  235 Suggested Mounting Methods
Model 235 is typically mounted by either the black body or the white plastic bushing on either end using a set screw.  When mounting horizontally, mount the Mercotac so the body of the connector rotates.

Typical Body Mount Hole Dimensions

MODEL HOLE DIAMETER (�) * DEPTH
235, et al 1.248"    (31.7) .80"    (20.3)

Typical Bushing Mount Hole Dimensions

235, et al .748"    (19.0) .80"    (20.3)
*Inch  (mm) Tolerance �   +.001" (+.025)
    -.000" (-.000)

sliprings, Mercotac 235
sliprings, Mercotac 235
sliprings, Mercotac 235
sliprings, Mercotac 235
sliprings, Mercotac 235
sliprings, Mercotac 235
sliprings, Mercotac 235
sliprings, Mercotac 235
sliprings, Mercotac 235
sliprings, Mercotac 235
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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