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The KENDRION ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPONENTS Group

(KEC Group) sees itself as a centre of excellence in the field

of electromagnetism.

KENDRION MAGNETTECHNIK GmbH develops and

manufactures a wide range of electromagnetic products in

the most diverse variations and designs for countless

technical applications. The company grew out of the

traditional operations of Binder, Thoma and Neue Hahn

and is now Europe’s leading manufacturer of electromagnetic

components.

Project work is our focal point. We at KENDRION

MAGNETTECHNIK take this to mean the joint development

of devices together with our customers, taking into

account special operating conditions, special requirements

and high economic efficiency. Our objective is to provide

the market with the devices it needs. With optimised costsbenefits

ratios to secure the competitiveness of our

customers.

Our many years of experience in the development and

manufacture of electromagnetic devices plus the skills and

commitment of our employees enable us to recognise the

needs of the market. And we turn those needs into highquality

products in cooperation with our customers.

We at KENDRION MAGNETTECHNIK achieve customerfocused

solutions in all corporate divisions. Those solutions

bring maximum benefits for customers and hence

considerably strengthen their position in their markets.

• Customer-centred market management,

• innovative product developments,

• lean, flexible logistics,

• high quality standards,

• affordable prices,

• and the power of magnetism

guarantee the success of

KENDRION MAGNETTECHNIK.

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about us

kendrion magnettechnik -

your one-stop solution


Type OMW516...

Type OLV544...

Type OSR501...

Type OAB513...

Type OAC00....

oscillating line

Functions Applications Page

- conveying

- vibrating

- feeding

- sieving, separating

- sorting

- metering

- feeding and assembly

- pharmaceuticals

- weighing and filling machines

- recycling

- vibrating conveyors

- filling equipment

- laboratories, analysis

- compacting - medicine, laboratories, analysis

- vibrating - diaphragm pump drives

- mixing - metering and filling equipment

- settling - printing and paper industry

- sorting - electromagnetic tapper

- metering - special machinery

- breaking up - vibrators for vibrating containers

- vibrating - spiral conveyor drives

- cleaning - avoidance of bridge-building in loose materials

- settling - filter vibration

- activating - assembly work

- compacting - packaging systems

- vibrating - vibrating of chutes

- testing - bunker vibration

- settling - sorting systems

- grading - cleaning and disposal systems

- feeding - vibrating tables

- dust removal - mill systems

- vibrating - medicine, laboratories, analysis

- conveying - spiral conveyors

- settling, compacting - sorting and feeding systems

- separating - drives for vibrating conveyors

- compacting - process engineering

- activating - vibrating tables

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Definitions of terms used on data

sheets

Vibrating solenoids are electromagnetic systems that

perform cyclic, sine wave-form oscillations. They function

according to the principle of an oscillator with a pair

of eccentric weights operating at the mains frequency.

The oscillation frequency f is the frequency with

which the device vibrates. In the normal case operating

frequency = mains frequency.

The maximum air gap amax of a vibrating solenoid

is the average air gap occurring during operation at

which the permissible temperature rise of the energisation

coil is not exceeded.

Vibrators are oscillating devices that are capable of

vibrating irrespective of the installation position.

The vibration amplitude s of a vibrating solenoid is

the difference between the maximum and minimum

sizes of the air gap during operation.

Sprung amplitude, sprung component, sprung

mass and sprung load relate to the part capable of

oscillating with which a useful effect is achieved.

Unsprung amplitude, unsprung component,

unsprung mass and unsprung load relate to the

part not capable of oscillating with which no useful

effect is achieved.

The optimum load for inline vibrators is the vibrating

conveyor weight that permits the installation of a standard

device.

The rated power PS (rated input power) is the power

consumption at rated current and rated air gap.

Preferred voltages are the voltages of the standard

devices, e.g. 230 VAC, 50 Hz.

The reference coil temperature is the stabilised coil

temperature in the non-energised state for the intended

application. (This is important when vibrating devices

are mounted on other devices with a temperature

differing from the ambient temperature.)

The insulation class specifies the maximum temperature

for the insulation of the windings

Class of protection designates the degree to which

the device is protected against external influences, e.g.

device IP 40, connection IP 64.

Design directive

the technical background

Kendrion vibrating solenoids and vibrators are manufactured

and tested according to DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000)

“Provisions for electromagnetic devices”.

The classes of protection are based on IEC 60529 and are

specified on the data sheets.

CE

The electromagnetic products from Kendrion

Magnettechnik are components for incorporation and

operation in electrical equipment and devices. They therefore

do not fall within the remit of the Low Voltage

Directive 73/23/EEC.

The user must ensure conformity with the EMC Directive

89/336/EEC by using corresponding switching devices or

controls. When using the recommended Kendrion accessories,

conformity with the EMC Directive is stated on the

respective data sheets.

Types

Vibrating solenoids, vibratory drives

OSR series (Fig. 1)

Maintain operating air gap (1-3 mm)

Vibrator

The magnetic system of the vibrating solenoid is encapsulated

in a plastic housing. It consists of two energisation

coils and the two halves of the solenoid, the undersides of

which are connected by a permanent magnet. The magnetic

circuit is completed by the object to be vibrated,

which represents the armature, via the air gap. If the

object to be vibrated is made from a non-magnetic material,

a corresponding armature plate must be included.

The permanent magnet incorporated in the solenoid premagnetises

the system and this creates a constant attraction

between the solenoid and the armature.

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Armature plate

Permanent magnet

Vibrating element

When an AC voltage is applied to the energisation coil,

the force effect of the electromagnetic alternating field is

superimposed on the force effect of the permanent magnet.

The frequency of the resulting force matches the frequency

of the AC voltage applied, which moves the

armature in the same rhythm. In order to achieve the

desired vibratory motion, the sprung load, i.e. the object

to be vibrated, must be fixed to a base plate by rubbermetal

connections, compression springs or leaf springs

(see type OSR501002).

Vibrators/Linear drives

Types OLV504... (Fig. 2)

Device socket

Device plug

Bearing Permanent magnet Coil Spring

Mounting flange

Armature

The solenoid of the linear vibrator consists of a round

steel housing. The energisation coil and the armature,

which is guided concentrically via a non-magnetic shaft

and held in the central position by two springs, are fitted

inside the solenoid. A permanent magnet with guiding

poles, which is located between the two energisation

coils, pre-magnetises the system. The resulting forces

acting on the armature are balanced by the arrangement

of the guiding poles. When an AC voltage is

applied to the energisation coil, the force effect of the

electromagnetic alternating field is superimposed on the

force effect of the permanent magnet. The frequency of

the resulting force matches the frequency of the AC

voltage applied, which moves the armature and the

shaft in the same rhythm. The linear vibrator can be

used as a vibratory drive and, fitted with an additional

weight on the armature shaft, as a vibrator.


Inline vibrators

Type OMW516002 (Fig. 3)

Armature plate

the technical background

In the inline vibrator the solenoid and its energisation coil

are fixed to a base. Mounted above this is the armature

plate, with pole faces separated by an air gap and parallel

with those of the solenoid. Leaf springs positioned at an

angle (approx. 20°) connect the armature plate to the

base. An attracting force prevails between the armature

and solenoid. When an AC voltage is applied to the energisation

coil, the force effect of the electromagnetic alternating

field is superimposed on the force effect of the permanent

magnet (type OMW516004). The frequency of

the resulting force matches the frequency of the AC

voltage applied, which moves the armature in the same

rhythm. The angled arrangement of the leaf springs

causes the armature plate, and the vibrating conveyor

attached to this, to perform a curving oscillatory movement

and therefore convey loose materials in one

direction.

In the case of larger or relatively wide vibrating conveyors

it is better to use several smaller inline vibrators rather

than a single large one.

Curved motion vibrator

Type OAB513001 (Fig. 4)

Sprung component

Unsprung component

Leaf spring

Base

Solenoid

(energisation coil + frame)

The solenoid of the curved motion vibrator, fixed rigidly to

the base of the device, consists of two annular shells which

enclose the energisation coil. The armature, comprising

two annular permanent magnets with opposite poles

arranged axially and two pole discs in each case, is located

between leaf springs fixed on opposite sides of the

base of the device. The system is pre-magnetised by the

two permanent magnets. In the stationary condition one

annular pole of the solenoid is located between each pair

of pole discs of the armature. When an AC voltage is applied

to the energisation coil, the unlike poles of armature

and solenoid attract. The frequency of the curving armature

movement matches the frequency of the AC voltage

applied.

The curved motion vibrator can be used as a vibratory

drive and, fitted with an additional weight on the

armature shaft, as a vibrator.

Fig. 4: Curved motion vibrator (OAB513001)

1 Solenoid

2 Energisation coil

3 Armature

4 Permanent magnet

5 Spring

6 Base

Vibrating solenoids

OAC... series (Fig. 5)

Sprung load

Sprung

component

Unsprung

load

Unsprung

component

Vibrating

solenoid

Vibrating solenoids are primarily incorporated in

spring–mass systems that constantly exploit the

resonant frequency proximity of the entire vibrating

system (drive and sprung device). The vibrating

solenoid generates directional, linear oscillations in

the sprung device.

Coil and bobbin are encapsulated in casting resin.

They are therefore not susceptible to moisture and

dust and thus suitable for rough conditions.

The direction of the oscillations is achieved by the

geometrical arrangement of the springs, which means

that, for conveying, a certain oscillating angle is

always necessary. The effective amplitude here corresponds

to twice the amplitude of the oscillating frequency

of the whole system. Vibrating solenoids can

be infinitely regulated via the operating voltage. They

reach the full conveying power immediately after

being switched on and there are no troublesome imbalance

effects upon starting and stopping. This is

particularly important for metering, packaging, etc.

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Armature plate

∆L = air gap

Tuning

a) Explanation of symbols used

fo fa = natural frequency

= operating frequency

= mains frequency

Hz

Hz

c = spring constant N/mm

cs = spring constant of rubber

buffer in shearing direction N/mm

d = spring thickness mm

mF = weight of unsprung component

mN of oscillator with 2 eccentric weights kg

= weight of sprung component

of oscillator with 2 eccentric weights kg

mR = resultant weight

mR =

m .

N mF

mN + mF kg

sF = vibration amplitude of unsprung mm

component

sN = vibration amplitude of sprung

component

mm

s = total vibration amplitude

s = sF + sN mm

a = air gap mm

1N = 0.102 kg

b) General

All vibrators must be detuned for reasons of amplitude

stability, i.e. the natural frequency fo of the device must not

be equal to the operating frequency fa. As a rule, the

detuning amounts to 10-20%. All vibrators used for

conveying purposes must be tuned subcritically, i.e. the

natural frequency fo of the system must be greater than

the operating frequency fa. The resonance curve is damped by the loose materials

being conveyed (Fig. 6). Both subcritical and supercritical

tuning results in the amplitude being reduced from a (A) to

b (B).

Subcritical tuning

Damped curve

1

Supercritical

tuning

Fig. 6: Vibration amplitude s plotted against the ratio of

operating frequency fa to natural frequency f0. Notes:

- to DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000) ICS29.020.53.020.01

(valid as manufacturer’s Declaration of Conformity)

- directives 98/37/EC and 73/23/EEC

- CCC certificate for China not required

We reserve the right to make changes to the

product design.

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Type OMW516002

Options

bellows

control OCS3343303B00, 230 VAC, 2 A

control OCS3343304B00, 230 VAC, 3 A

Example of order

OMW516002

230 VAC

50 Hz, 100% duty cycle

1.2 kg

Inline vibrators

for single-phase alternating current

These inline vibrators are AC vibratory drives

with integral half-wave rectification in which

the force effect of an electromagnetic

alternating field is used to generate a curving

oscillatory motion. The oscillating frequency is

equal to the mains frequency.

CE

The electromagnetic products from Kendrion

Magnettechnik are components for incorporation

and operation in electrical equipment and

devices. They therefore do not fall within the

remit of the Low Voltage Directive

73/23/EEC. The user must ensure conformity

with the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC by using

corresponding switching devices or controls.

When using the recommended Kendrion

accessories, conformity with the EMC Directive

is stated on the respective data sheets. The

products are manufactured and tested

according to DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000).

When using these devices, please read "The

Technical Background" and the “General

Technical Information” (see page 14) first.

Electrical connection

Size

OMW516001/24 51604D00

OMW516002/24 51606D00

OMW516003/24 51607D00

OMW516004/24 51613A1

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inline vibrators

Fixing side

(Unsprung component)

Technical specification

All information valid for 50 Hz. The vibration amplitude values

are valid for the specified loads when the base is fixed to a

relatively large mass. The devices can be used for loads in the

Optimum

load

(kg)

0.52

1.2

6.2

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Standard rated voltage:

230 V AC, 50 Hz

Class of protection: IP 54 / type 516004: IP 00

Options: bellows for inline vibrators with enhanced

corrosion protection or for covering the device.

Class of protection II /type 516004: I

Insulation class: F

Vibration

amplitude

s

(approx. mm)

1.3

1.5

1.5

1.5

Conveying direction

Threaded holes for

fixing vibrating conveyor

Sprung component

range 0.15-17 kg. Several devices can be operated

simultaneously for larger loads.

Max. permissible

vibration amplitude

s

(mm)

1.3

1.6

1.6

1.6

Apparent power

P s

(VA)

14

60

93

200

Total weight

m

(kg)

0.2

1.1

3.25

8.6

For other loads: fit springs as indicated on page 7

Connecting line: H05 VV-F 2 x 1 cable, length approx. 1 m

The operating principle is based on mains frequency = operating

frequency.

We recommend our control type OCS 33 43303B00 or

33 43304B00 for the individual tuning of the vibration

amplitude.

We reserve the right to make changes to the

product design. Please note ordering data!


inline vibrators

Type OMW516001 (24 51604D00) Type OMW516002 (24 51606D00)

Type OMW516003 (24 51607D00)

Type OMW516003 (24 51607D00)

with

springs fitted

Normal

stroke s

standard

Type OMW516004 (24 51613A00)

Type OMW516001 (24 51604D00) Type OMW516002 (24 51606D00)

with

springs fitted

Normal

stroke s

standard

Type OMW516004 (24 51613A00)

with

springs fitted

Normal

stroke s

standard

with

springs fitted

Normal

stroke s

standard

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Type OLV504001

Options

control OCS3343303B00, 2 A

control OCS3343304B00, 3 A

device socket, material No. 430006

additional weight, mounting flange

Example of order

OLV544001

230 VAC

50 Hz, with mounting flange

Linear vibrators

for single-phase alternating current

These vibrators are AC vibratory drives

with permanent pre-magnetisation in

which the force effect of an electromagnetic

alternating field is used to generate a

linear oscillatory motion. The oscillating

frequency is equal to the mains frequency.

CE

The electromagnetic products from Kendrion

Magnettechnik are components for incorporation

and operation in electrical equipment and

devices. They therefore do not fall within the

remit of the Low Voltage Directive

73/23/EEC. The user must ensure conformity

with the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC by using

corresponding switching devices or controls.

When using the recommended Kendrion

accessories, conformity with the EMC Directive

is stated on the respective data sheets.

The products are manufactured and tested

according to DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000).

Versions

Type OLV504001

with fixing nut

with device socket

to DIN EN 175301-803

(DIN 43650)

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linear vibrators

Max. permissible

vibration

amplitude

s

mm

7

6

Type OLV514001

with mounting flange

with device socket

to DIN EN 175301-803

(DIN 43650)

Technical specification

The values apply when the housing is fixed to a relatively large mass.

Additional weights > 250 g should be avoided because otherwise the

maximum permissible vibration amplitude is exceeded.

Type

OLV504001/21 50408B1

OLV514001/21 51408B1

OLV544001/21 54408B1

OLV554001/21 55408B1

Vibration amplitude

without additional

weight 250 g

s

approx. mm

When using these devices, please read “The Technical Background“

and the “General Technical Information” (see page 14) first.

Standard version:

types: OLV514001 /21 51408B00

OLV554001 /21 55408B00

Standard rated voltage: 230 V AC, 50 Hz

Other frequencies and rated voltages up to max. 400 VAC, 50 Hz

are possible on request (subject to a surcharge).

5.5

-

Type OLV544001

with fixing nut

with additional weight

with device socket

to DIN EN 175301-803

(DIN 43650)

Vibration amplitude Apparent

with additional power

weight 250 g

s

Ps approx. mm VA

-

5.5

54

54

Type OLV554001

with mounting flange

with additional weight

with device socket

to DIN EN 175301-803

(DIN 43650)

Armature

weight

m A

kg

0.08

0.08

Total weight

without

additional weight

m

kg

1.5

1.5

Rated voltages:

230 VAC, 50 Hz or, for example, 24 VAC, 50 Hz

Class of protection: device IP 40, connection

IP 65, or with lead wires, depending on installation

situation

Insulation class: B

Accessories: We recommend our control type

OCS 33 43303B00 or 33 43304B00 for the

individual tuning of the vibration amplitude.

We reserve the right to make changes to the

product design.

Please note ordering data!


Dimensions (mm)

linear vibrators

1

Type OLV504001/21 50408B1

with fixing nut

with device socket

to DIN EN 175301-803

(DIN 43650)

Type OLV514001/21 51408B1

with mounting flange

with device socket

to DIN EN 175301-803

(DIN 43650)

The thread on the opposite side to the push bar, for

screwing on the fixing nut or the mounting flange, is

protected by a rubber cap.

Type OLV544001/21 54408B1

with fixing nut

with additional weight

with device socket

to DIN EN 175301-803

(DIN 43650)

Type OLV554001/21 55408B1

with mounting flange

with additional weight

with device socket

to DIN EN 175301-803

(DIN 43650)

These dimensions also apply to devices without an

additional weight in which the fixing nut or the mounting

flange is screwed onto the side opposite to the push bar.

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Type OSR501001

Options

- without magnetic fixing

- with cable and plug

- with armature plate

Example of order

OSR101001

230 VAC

50 Hz

with 2 m connecting cable

Vibrating solenoids

for single-phase alternating current

These vibratory drives are AC

oscillating drives with permanent premagnetisation

in which the force effect

of an electromagnetic alternating field

is used to generate a linear oscillatory

motion. The operating frequency is

equal to the mains frequency. The

attraction forces depend on the air

gap. The maximum size of the air gap

may not be exceeded. To generate the

oscillations, and when using the

magnetic fixing, a flat iron plate at

least 1.5 mm thick must be used as

the armature (e.g. wall of container).

CE

The electromagnetic products from

Kendrion Magnettechnik are components

for incorporation and operation in electrical

equipment and devices. They therefore

do not fall within the remit of the

Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC. The

user must ensure conformity with the EMC

Directive 89/336/EEC by using corresponding

switching devices or controls.

Type OSR101001/20 10103A..

Type OSR101002/20 10105A..

(with 2 m connecting cable)

Installation examples:

Size

Type

OSR101001/20 10103A1

OSR101002/20 10105A1

OSR501001/20 50103A1

OSR501002/20 50105A1

When using the recommended Kendrion accessories,

conformity with the EMC Directive is stated on the

respective data sheets.

The products are manufactured and tested according to

DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000).

When using these devices, please read “The Technical

Background" and the “General Technical Information”

(see page 14) first.

vibrating solenoids

Dimensions (mm)

Vibrating solenoid for side mounting Vibrating solenoid with magnetic fixing

Type OSR101001/20 10103A..

Vibrating solenoid for side mounting

Fixing holes

� Dimension for:

type OSR 101002

type OSR 501002

Apparent power

Ps (VA)

36

48

36

48

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15 x 15 x 2 angle

fixed with rivets

or screws

Maintain operational air gap

Max. air gap

a

(mm)

3

3

3

3

Type OSR501001/20 50103A..

Type OSR501002/20 50105A..

(with 2 m connecting cable)

Type OSR501001/20 50103A..

Vibrating solenoid with magnetic fixing

and 2 m connecting cable

Technical specification

The magnetic force values in the table are statistically determined peak values for the air gap specified in each case. These values apply

to operating temperature and 95% of the rated voltage. All information valid for 50 Hz.

Air gap a (mm)

1

Magnetic force F (N)

10

30

10

30

2

5

17

5

17

Standard rated voltage: 230 V AC, 50 Hz

Class of protection: device IP 60, connection – depends

on installation situation

Insulation class: E

Accessories: We recommend our control type OCS 33

43303B00/2 A or 33 43304B00/3 A for the individual

tuning of the vibration amplitude.

We reserve the right to make changes to the

product design.

Please note ordering data!

3

3.5

13

3.5

13

Total weight

m

(kg)

0.36

0.56

0.36

0.76


Dimensions (mm)

Type OAB513001

(25 51307A00)

Type OAB513003

(25 51607A00)

approx.

Technical specification

approx. 37,5

Socket

Size

Max. permissible

Type

vibration

amplitude

s

(mm)

OAB513001/25 51307A00 4.5

OAB513002/25 51307A01 4.5

OAB513003/25 51607A00 4.5

vibrators

approx.

The values apply when the housing is fixed to a relatively large mass.

Additional weights > 150 g should be avoided because otherwise the

maximum permissible vibration amplitude is exceeded.

Vibration amplitude

without additional

weight 150 g

s

(approx. mm)

1.5

1.5

When using these devices, please read “The Technical

Background" and the “General Technical Information”

(see page 14) first.

Standard rated voltage: 230 V AC, 50 Hz

approx.

approx.

Type OAB513002

(25 51307A01)

Vibration amplitude

with additional

weight 150 g

s

(approx. mm)

4 - 4.5

Fixings

Apparent

power

Ps (VA)

21

21

21

Armature

weight

mA (kg)

0.13

0.13

0.13

Total weight

without

additional weight

m

(kg)

0.52

0.67

0.55

We recommend our control type OCS 33 43303B00 or 33

43304B00 for the individual tuning of the vibration amplitude.

We reserve the right to make changes to the product

design.

Please note ordering data!

Class of protection: device IP 20, connection IP 00

Insulation class: E

approx.

Type OAB513002

can be used as vibrator when additional weight is

fitted

Options/accessories

plug-in connector to

DIN EN 175301-803 (DIN 43650)

form C, additional weight see page 15

Example of order

OAB513002

230 VAC, 50 Hz

with plug-in connection

Vibrators

for single-phase alternating current

These vibrators in flat form are AC oscillating

drives with permanent pre-magnetisation

in which the force effect of an electromagnetic

alternating field is used to generate

a curving oscillatory motion. The

oscillating frequency is equal to the mains

frequency.

CE

The electromagnetic products from

Kendrion Magnettechnik are components

for incorporation and operation in electrical

equipment and devices. They therefore

do not fall within the remit of the Low

Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC. The user

must ensure conformity with the EMC

Directive 89/336/EEC by using corresponding

switching devices or controls.

When using the recommended Kendrion

accessories, conformity with the EMC

Directive is stated on the respective data

sheets.

The products are manufactured and tested

according to DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000).

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Type OAC

Options

- special cable

- special coil

- fixing plate

Example of order

OAC005002

230 VAC

50 Hz

100% duty cycle

Type

OAC003xxx/WS 3B

OAC005002/WS 5B2

OAC006xxx/WS 6B

OAC007xxx/WS 7B

OAC009xxx/WS 9B

OAC010xxx/WS 10B

OAC011xxx/WS 11B

OAC012xxx/WS 12B

OAC013xxx/WS 13B

OAC014xxx/WS 14B

* OAN008038 (WS08/38)

a

44

60.5

64

77

90

116

116

116

224

224

b

26

31

42

44

56

66

85

132

174

224

xxx

Version 001

base plate fixing

c

30

45

45

54

66

86

86

86

150

150

View “A” (base plate)

OAC vibrating solenoid

* OAN

d

32

-

50

60

83

95

110

160

180

230

e

2

-

3

3

4

4

5

8

6

6

f

42

-

63

77

92

120

121

124

131.5

131.5

f1 40

60

60

74

88

116

116

116

129.5

129.5

f 2

9.8

15

14

19

20

28

28

28

38

38

vibrating solenoids

f3 5

7.5

7.5

10

11

15

15

15

20

20

l 1

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OAC006 - 014

dim.

g h i Øk l

30 12 9.8 4.1 22

45 16 14.8 - -

45 20.5 14.8 5.1 43

54 21 19.8 5.1 45

66 32 21.8 6.1 66

86 35 29.8 6.1 69

86 53 29.8 6.1 84

86 100 29.8 10.2 134

150 100 39.5 - 140

150 150 39.5 - 190

xxx

Version 002

side fixing with through-holes

l1 20

-

35

40

50

63

63

63

110

110

m

22

-

36

45

66

69

84

-

-

-

dim.

l 1

Version 002 dim. “x” according to wire

or order

side cable outlet only possible with...

OAC003xxx

OAC006xxx

OAC007xxx

OAC009xxx

Øn Øo p Ør s Øt

4.5 4.5 11 3.5 20 4.6

- - 15 5.1 28 5.1

4.5 4.5 15 5.1 30 5.1

6.6 5.5 20 5.1 37 5.5

6.6 6.6 44 6.5 44 6.5

9.0 9.0 60 6.5 60 6.5

9.0 9.0 60 6.5 60 6.5

- 9.0 30 13.0 60 13.0

- 12 110 17 110 17

- 12 110 17 110 17

View “A”

dim.

Plan view on armature


Preferred duty cycle100%

duty cycle = coil ON time (s) x 100 / total cycle

time (s)

Type of connection

lead wires, 200 mm long

3-core oil-filled flexible cable, 200 mm long,

up to OAC011...

3-core oil-filled flexible cable, 500 mm long, up to

OAC005002, OAC008... and from OAC012...

The solenoid can be supplied in a special version with a

special connecting cable on request.

Technical specification

Type

OAC003001/WS 3B

OAC005002/WS 5B2

OAC006001/WS 6B

OAC007001/WS 7B

OAC008001/WS 8B

OAC009001/WS 9B

OAC010001/WS 10B

OAC011001/WS 11B

OAC012001/WS 12B

OAC013001/WS 13B

OAC014001/WS 14B

Key to type designation

OAC 006 001 / WS 6B1

vibrating solenoids

Max. rated

air gap

[mm]

2

1

2.5

3

3

3

3.5

3.5

4

5

6

Version/xxx

Size within series

Device group

(AC vibrating solenoid)

Connection

to 50 Hz

[VA]

15

60

70

136

410

282

480

650

1000

1826

3280

Class of protection Insulation class

IP 54 Y, DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000)

CE symbol solenoids/electronics

The electromagnetic products from Kendrion

Magnettechnik are components for incorporation and operation

in electrical equipment and devices. They therefore

do not fall within the remit of the Low Voltage Directive

73/23/EEC.

The user must ensure conformity with the EMC Directive

89/336/EEC by using corresponding switching devices or

controls. When using the recommended Kendrion accessories,

conformity with the EMC Directive is stated on the

respective data sheets.

Peak force, max.

rated air gap

F[N]

4.0

60.0

15.0

40.0

370.0

110.0

160.0

320.0

360.0

400.0

550.0

Connection via

half-wave rectifier

[VA]

14

42

68

125

410

315

525

730

1155

2200

3520

1. Vibrating solenoids for direct connection to a

mains power supply are given the voltage rating,

for example, 230 V,50 Hz. In the case of a direct

connection to a mains power supply, the mechanical

vibration generated is twice as high as the mains

frequency because every half-wave generates a magnetic

attraction pulse. Shortly after crossing the zero point

of the electric current, the polarity of the field of force is

reversed. Here, the magnetic force is equal to zero.

2. Vibrating solenoids for connecting via a halfwave

rectifier are given the voltage rating, for

example, G 230 V (50 Hz). A half-wave rectifier connected

in series cuts off either the positive or negative

half-wave of the alternating current. The use of a halfwave

rectifier results in a mechanical vibration with the

same magnitude as the mains frequency. The current

flowing through the vibrating solenoid is a pulsating

direct current. The power drop of the smaller frequency

is compensated for by the larger amplitude. Harmonics

occurring in the excitation frequency prevent moist

loose materials from sticking to the vibrating conveyor,

and clogging of the mesh in close-mesh vibrating sieves.

The peak forces given in the table are based on operating

temperature and 100% rated voltage for a reference

coil temperature of 35°C.

Peak force F = magnetic force for rated air gap and

non-vibrating state.

The VA values were determined for rated air gap and

non-vibrating state. They represent maximum values

for the temperature rise according to the testing provisions

of DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000), point

5.5.1/5.5.2.

An additional, red, blank tag is required when connecting

via a half-wave rectifier.

Peak force, max.

rated air gap

F[N]

5.0

38.0

24.0

45.0

370.0

150.0

200.0

360.0

460.0

480.0

900.0

Example of order

Solenoid

weight

[kg]

0.125

0.450

0.580

1.000

2.400

1.950

3.850

5.450

9.200

19.000

26.300

1) Connection to AC supply

OAC006001, version 1

230 VAC, 50 Hz, 100% duty cycle

2.5 mm rated air gap, 70 VA

2) Connection via half-wave rectifier

OAC006001, version 1

G 230 V (50 Hz), 100% duty cycle

2.5 mm rated air gap, 68 VA

Armature

weight

[kg]

0.025

0.085

0.110

0.150

0.550

0.330

0.680

1.000

1.800

3.100

6.200

Versions deviating from the product data sheets

must be specified with the order.

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General instructions for users of KENDRION

electromagnetic products

1. General safety advice

The devices are designed, built and tested according

to the acknowledged technical standards and rules, in

particular according to the provisions for electromagnetic

devices (DIN VDE 0580, July 2000).

The devices may only be connected to the power

supply type (AC) and voltage as specified on the

rating plate.

Always make sure that the devices are disconnected

from the power supply during servicing and maintenance

work.

Current-carrying parts, e.g. plug contacts or the

energisation coil of the device, must never come into

contact with water.

The lead wires or cables or the plug-in connections of

the devices should never be subjected to mechanical

loads (pulling, squashing, etc.).

The devices may not be put into operation if:

- the electrical power supply cables/wires are

damaged

- the solenoid housing or the casing is damaged

- a fault is suspected after the device has been

dropped, knocked, etc.

Repairs in such cases may be carried out only by

specially trained personnel. Repairs carried out

improperly can lead to considerable dangers for the

user. If the devices are used for purposes other than

those for which they are intended, or connected

incorrectly, KENDRION MAGNETTECHNIK cannot accept

any liability for any damages caused as a result. The

user is responsible for the proper and safe use of the

devices. Therefore, the installation situation, ambient

conditions and similar factors must be agreed with

the manufacturer of the devices in good time.

The life expectancy is heavily dependent on the

external conditions (installation position, type of

medium, magnitude of loading), and any statements

appertaining to life expectancy shall require a special

agreement.

The magnetic forces specified are average values and

may deviate from the values given in the tables as a

result of natural scatter effects.

The relevant Accident Prevention Regulations are to

be observed depending on the particular application.

general technical information

2. General requirements for ambient

conditions

In the case of deviations from the specified operating

and ambient conditions, appropriate measures must

be taken, e.g. higher class of protection and/or

special surface finish, or with a higher temperature,

a special coil and cable.

3. Connection

Various types of connection are specified on the

product data sheets for the individual devices. The

devices may be connected only according to the

details given on the rating plate. In particular,

voltage and frequency must be adhered to.

It is often the case that several devices are operated

simultaneously. When connecting the devices make

sure that the devices all operate in phase (e.g.

several inline vibrators beneath a common vibrating

conveyor) or out of phase by 180° (non-vibrating

operation with low unsprung mass). All devices with

plug-in connections then always operate in phase

when in each case the left or right connection is

connected to the phase. For all other devices wires

with the same colour or terminals with the same

label must always be connected together.

During operation, the amplitude of all devices can be

controlled electrically (e.g. with a resistor in series, a

transformer, or KENDRION controls OCS3343303B00

and OCS3343304B00).

4. General requirements concerning

installation of devices

Unauthorised modifications or changes of any

nature, e.g. drilling into the solenoid housing, are

prohibited because they can lead to operational

malfunctions, e.g. interruption of the coil windings.

Higher supply voltages, different operating modes,

low frequencies, etc. contrary to the details given on

the rating plate, or the blocking of the plunger in the

case of AC solenoids, can lead to severe

malfunctions, e.g. burn-out of the energisation coil.

The devices must be operated with the necessary

rated voltage and frequency. The voltage drop is to

be kept within strict tolerances (normally 4%) when

laying the lines by choosing the correct wire crosssections.

The earthing screw, if fitted, must be connected,

otherwise the solenoid must be suitably earthed in

some other way. Devices with class of protection I

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require the user to provide a PE line connection

according to DIN VDE 0100.

Devices with class of protection II do not require a PE

line connection.

The class of protection to IEC 60529 is only

guaranteed when the devices are properly fixed to

the machine and used in conjunction with a plug-in

connection to DIN EN 175301-803 (DIN 43650).

Vibrating solenoids for direct connection to a

mains power supply are given the voltage rating,

for example, 230 V, 50 Hz. In the case of a direct

connection to a mains power supply, the mechanical

vibration generated is twice as high as the mains

frequency because every half-wave generates a

magnetic attraction pulse. Shortly after crossing the

zero point of the electric current, the polarity of the

field of force is reversed. Here, the magnetic force is

equal to zero.

Vibrating solenoids for connecting via a halfwave

rectifier are given the voltage rating, for

example, G 230 V (50 Hz). A half-wave rectifier

connected in series cuts off either the positive or

negative half-wave of the alternating current. The

use of a half-wave rectifier results in a mechanical

vibration with the same magnitude as the mains

frequency. The current flowing through the vibrating

solenoid is a pulsating direct current. The power drop

of the smaller frequency is compensated for by the

larger amplitude. Harmonics occurring in the

excitation frequency prevent moist loose materials

from sticking to the vibrating conveyor, and clogging

of the mesh in close-mesh vibrating sieves.

The static air gap may be set narrower, but the

rated air gap not wider because otherwise an

unacceptable increase in the current consumption can

lead to burn-out of the coil. An increase in the size of

the air gap requires the windings to be adapted and

leads to a loss of force. The peak force F is the force

measured with an equivalent direct current, which is

equal to the peak value of the alternating current at

the rated air gap (DIN VDE 0580, 5.4.3.2). The

amplitude force is half the peak force.


Types OMW 24 51604D00005

OMW 24 51606D00005

OMW 24 51607D00005

accessories

Bellows for OMW vibrating solenoids Plug-in connector to DIN EN 175301 Phase-shift control for all vibrators

27.5

35

7

Type large Material No: 430006 form A

Type small Material No: 430007 form C

27.5

52

M3

Ø 22.5

large small

2-pole plug-in connectors, large and small, with

PE line connection

Plug-in connectors are detachable connections specially

designed for electromagnetic devices.

The 2-pole versions can be used to connect single

direction linear solenoids, electromagnetic clamps and

vibrators. The cable outlet can be rotated through

4 x 90° by inserting the contact carrier accordingly.

After plugging the connector into the device connector

it is secured with a machine screw (supplied). This

guarantees an effective seal between the two and

prevents the plug-in connector from becoming

accidentally detached.

A screwed cable gland, thread size Pg 11 (material No.

43006), serves to seal the cable entry.

The contact elements are suitable for connecting wire

cross-sections up to max. 1.5 mm 2 .

Air clearance and leakage paths to VDE 0110.

Insulation class C.

When plugged in and secured, the connection meets

the requirements of class of protection IP 65 to

IEC 60529.

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Types OCS3343303B00 / 2 A

OCS3343304B00 / 3 A

Universal base

External control signal 24 V Mains: 110...230 V, 50/60 Hz

Adjustment

potentiometer

Trimmer

Fuse 2.5A/

slo-blo

External potentiometer Load

500k, 0.5 W, linear max. 2A

Housing cover

OCS3343303B00

OCS3343304B00

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Fax +43 (0) 34 66 42 72 2

office@kendrion.com

Kendrion Binder Componentes,

S.L.

Parque Industrial “El Poligono”

c/.Rio Arba, 25

50410 Cuarte de Huerva /

Zaragoza, Spain

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Fax +34 9 76 46 30 42

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Technical offices (Germany)

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Technisches Büro West

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Fax +49 (0) 20 45 40 64 26

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Representatives (Germany)

VOR-Steuerungstechnik

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50389 Wesseling

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Fax +49 (0) 22 36 84 27 86

info@vor.de

www.vor.de

Claus Kähne

Industrievertretungen GmbH

Kurmainzer Str. 199a

65936 Frankfurt

Tel. +49 (0) 69 34 05 90 20

Fax +49 (0) 69 34 05 90 27

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RUG

Regler- und Gerätebau GmbH

Karl-Ehmann-Str. 50

73037 Göppingen

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Burgstrasse 84

73614 Schorndorf

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Fax +49 (0) 71 81 97 94 93

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Ingenieurbüro

Kiebitzweg 11

85375 Neufahrn

Tel. +49 (0) 81 65 52 45

Fax +49 (0) 81 65 62 12 8

www.kerner-gmbh.de

kerner-gmbh@t-online.de

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Wirtschaftsingenieur

Ablers 119

88175 Scheidegg

Tel. +49 (0) 17 17 23 13 31

Fax +49 (0) 83 81 94 87 62

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Representatives (worldwide)

Austria

Kendrion Binder Magnete

Vertriebs. GmbH

Estermannstrasse 27

4020 Linz

Tel. +43 (0) 7 32 77 63 83

Fax +43 (0) 7 32 78 35 58

www.kendrion-binder.at

office@kendrion-binder.at

Belgium, Luxembourg

Bintz technics N.V.

Brixtonlaan 25

1930 Zaventem

Tel. +32 (0) 2 7 20 49 16

Fax +32 (0) 2 7 20 37 50

www.bintz-technics.be

info@bintz.be

Canada

VL Motion Systems Inc.

1105 Goodson Cres.

Oakville, Ontario L6H4A7

Tel. +01 905 842 0244

Fax +01 905 844 1293

vince@vlmotion.com

Denmark

Lind Jacobsen & Co. A / S

Blokken 62

3460 Birkerød

Tel. +45 (0) 45 81 82 22

Fax +45 (0) 45 82 10 22

www.lind-jacobsen.dk

strong@lind-jacobsen.dk

Desim Elektronik APS

Tasingevej 15

9500 Hobro

Tel. +45 (0) 70 22 00 66

Fax +45 (0) 70 22 22 20

www.desim.dk

desim@desim.dk

Farstrup & Benzon A/S

Engholmvej 1, Saunte

3100 Hombaek

Tel. +45 (0) 49 70 40 33

Fax +45 (0) 49 70 40 32

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Finland

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P.O. Box 122

01721 Vantaa

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Fax +358 (0) 98 52 68 20

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Moeller Electric Oy

Sahaajankatu 24

00811 Helsinki

Tel. +358 (0) 9 25 25 21 00

Fax +358 (0) 9 25 25 21 77

www.moeller.fi

info.fin@moeller.net

France

Binder Magnetic

1, Allée des Barbanniers

92632 Gennevilliers Cedex

Tel. +33 (0) 1 46 13 80 80

Fax +33 (0) 1 46 13 80 99

info@binder-magnetic.fr

Italy

SPII S.p.A

Via Don Volpi 37

21047 Saronno (VA)

Tel. +39 (0) 2 96 22 921

Fax +39 (0) 2 96 09 611

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info@spii.it

Netherlands

Solar Electro B. V.

Effect 5

6921 RG Duiven

Tel. +31 (0) 26 3 65 29 11

Fax +31 (0) 26 3 65 23 90

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algemeen@solarelektro.nl

GTI Electroproject B.V.

Grote Tocht 102

1507 CE-Zaandam

Tel. +31 (0) 75 68 11 11 1

Fax +31 (0) 75 63 54 00 3

Norway

Industrielementer AS

Postboks 43

1556 Son

Tel. +47 (0) 64 95 81 32

Fax +47 (0) 64 98 29 29

www.industrielementer.no

post@industrielementer.no

siv. ing. J.F. Knudtzen A/S

Billingstadsletta 97

1396 Billingstad

Tel. +47 (0) 66 98 33 50

Fax +47 (0) 66 98 09 55

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South Africa

Magnete Service Binder

P.O. Box 44051

2104 Linden

Tel. +27 (0) 11 46 2-32 08

Fax +27 (0) 11 46 2-33 04

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Spain, Portugal

Binder Magnete Iberica S.L.

Apartado de Correos 116

Costa Zefir 99

43892 Miami-Playa (Tarragona)

Tel. +34 9 77 17 27 07

+34 9 77 81 04 29

Fax +34 9 77 17 01 82

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Sweden

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Industrivägen 12

17148 Solna

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Fax +46 (0) 8 51 48 44 01

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Uno Gunnarsson / Höör AB

Box 64

24322 Höör

Tel. +46 (0) 4 13 24 54 0

Fax +46 (0) 4 13 23 18 3

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55303 Jönköping

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Switzerland

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Albisstrasse 26

8915 Hausen a/A

Tel. +41 (0) 17 64 80 60

Fax +41 (0) 17 64 80 69

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United Kingdom

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(U.K.) Ltd.

Huddersfield Road, Low Moor

Bradford, West Yorkshire,

BD12 0TQ

Tel. +44 (0) 12 74 60 11 11

Fax +44 (0) 12 74 69 10 93

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sales@kendrion-binder.co.uk

USA

Gradframe Inc.

950 E. Baldwin Road

Palatine IL 60074

Tel. +01 847 991 1788

Fax +01 847 991 1788

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This publication is for information

purposes only and should not be

regarded as a binding presentation of

the products, unless we expressly

confirm otherwise.

We reserve the right to make changes

to the specification, form, price and

availability of the products described

herein at any time without prior notice.

Each product may be used only for its

intended purpose.

We reserve to make changes to the

product design.

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