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LOCKING LINE catalogue - Kendrion Binder

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unlocking

with sensor

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power of partnership and magnetism

locking line


about us

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.

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.

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.

• 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.

kendrion magnettechnik

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your one-stop solution

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locking line

Types

Type LLV040002 / EMV 4002

Type LLV050058 / EMV 5058

Type LLV050060 / EMV 5060

Type LLV050070 / EMV 5070

Type LLV050080 / EMV 5080

Type LLV050081 / EMV 5081

Type LLV050215 / 1721503A

Type LLV080215 / 1722504A

Type LLV060076 / EMV 6076

Functions Applications Page

- locking with spring force

- unlocking with magnetic force

- 2-way switching status monitoring

- class of protection IP 40

- 8 mm stroke

- safety devices

- general engineering

- general use in dry conditions

- electrical connection via round connector

- de-energised locking

- locking units

- 2-way switching status monitoring

- materials flow controls

- shut-off function

- automated systems

- stopper function

- general machinery and apparatus

- 10 mm stroke 5

- locking with magnetic force

- de-energised unlocking

- 2-way switching status monitoring

- class of protection IP 64

- locking with magnetic force

- de-energised unlocking

- separate 1-way signal connection with plug to

DIN EN 175301-803 (DIN 43650)

- electromagnetic locking units for safety devices in

automated systems and general engineering

- electromagnetic locking units

- general engineering

- with GL plug for AC connection

- 10 mm stroke 6+7

- de-energised locking

- electromagnetic locking units for machines and

- unlocking with magnetic force

automatic systems

- 2-way switching status monitoring

- with emergency manual operation

- manual unlocking

- general engineering

- 10 mm stroke 8

- de-energised locking

- electromagnetic locking units for general

- unlocking with magnetic force

engineering

- 1-way switching status monitoring with plug

- with GL plug for AC connection

- separate cable connections

- 10 mm stroke 9

- de-energised locking

- electromagnetic door and window locks

- signalling “open”

- with pin signalling and acknowledgement signal

- acknowledgement signal “locked”

- general use in dry conditions

- with reed contact

- 15 mm stroke 10

- de-energised unlocking

- security element for doors and gates

- magnetic locking

- property security

- de-energised locking

- air-conditioning and ventilation systems

- magnetic unlocking

- 12 mm stroke 11

- magnetic unlocking

- locking units for safety devices with emergency

- de-energised locking

manual operation

- class of protection IP 64

- general machinery and apparatus

- with emergency manual operation

- 15 mm stroke 12

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General instructions and accessories, plugs, sensors and strikes

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locking solenoids

Type LLV040002/EMV 4002

deep

Fixings

Accessories

plug

bellows

We reserve the right to make changes

to the product design.

Please note ordering data!

LLV040002 / EMV 4002

Example of order

LLV040002/EMV 4002

24 VDC, 100% duty cycle

de-energised locking

Technical specification

Insulation class F to

DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000)

100% duty cycle

Class of protection to IEC 60529: IP 40

Parameters specific to product

starting force/locking bolt F S = 5 N

holding force/locking bolt F H = 17 N

restoring force/locking bolt F R = 10 N

response time

t 1 = 45 ms

release time

t 2 = 30 ms

radial force/stationary 1200 N

Circuit diagram and pin assignment at plug

(solenoid de-energised)

Locking solenoid

type LLV040002/EMV 4002

This is an electromagnetic locking unit specially designed

for use in all kinds of safety devices on machines and

automatic systems. During its development special

attention was given to ensuring a compact design,

universal fixing options and an integral acknowledgement

signal for the locking function. These devices comply

fully with the requirements of Germany’s Accident

Prevention Regulations – and with a large factor of

safety. The solenoid plunger and locking bolt are

guided separately in highly wear-resistant, maintenancefree

bearings. To avoid stray magnetic fields in the

object to be locked, the locking bolt is made from rustproof,

non-magnetic stainless steel. The microswitches

integrated into the aluminium housing for the locking

bolt signal the respective position of the locking bolt

approx. 0.5-1 mm after it leaves the initial position or

before it reaches the end position. The locking

function, i.e. the extending of the locking bolt into the

locked position, is achieved by means of an integral

spring. The unlocking function, i.e. the retracting of

the locking bolt, on the other hand, is achieved by

applying an electromagnetic force.

In order to achieve a quick and reliable electrical

connection, a common integral plug with screw fastener

to DIN 43651 is used for the linear solenoid

and the acknowledgement signal.

When operating the locking units with voltages exceeding

48 VDC, the linear solenoid is connected via

an additional device connector (to DIN EN 175301-803

– DIN 43650) mounted on the solenoid housing.

The magnetic forces given are reached at operating

temperature and 90% of the rated voltage according

to DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000), and are valid for a 24

VDC supply voltage. When operating at 100% rated

voltage, the magnetic forces increase by approx. 20%.

Different supply voltages may lead to magnetic forces

higher or lower than the specified values owing to the

changing copper factor. The release times are based on

switching on the DC side. With a rectifier in series and

switching on the AC side, the release times are 2 to 3

times higher.

Device connectors are not included in the scope of

supply and must be ordered separately.

Surface finish: solenoid galvanised

Locking bolt housing: aluminium

Special versions on request.

Size

Function

(de-energised)

Stroke

[mm]

Power

[Watt]

Locking bolt

Ø [mm]

Sensor

H A

H E

Weight

[kg]

LLV040002

locked

8

12.8

10

x

x

0.6

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locking solenoids

Type LLV050058/EMV 5058

Fixings

deep

LLV050058 / EMV5058

Locking solenoid

type LLV050058

This is an electromagnetic locking unit specially designed

for use in all kinds of safety devices on machines and

automatic systems. During its development special

attention was given to ensuring a compact design,

universal fixing options and an integral acknowledgement

signal for the locking function. These devices comply

fully with the requirements of Germany’s Accident

Prevention Regulations – and with a large factor of

safety. The solenoid plunger and locking bolt are

guided separately in highly wear-resistant, maintenancefree

bearings. The integral microswitch signals the

respective position of the locking bolt approx.

0.5-1 mm after it leaves the initial position or before

it reaches the end position. The locking function, i.e.

the extending of the locking bolt into the locked position,

is achieved by means of an integral spring. The

unlocking function, i.e. the retracting of the locking

bolt, on the other hand, is achieved by applying an

electromagnetic force.

In order to guarantee a trouble-free and reliable

electrical connection, a common integral DIN 43651

plug is used for the linear solenoid and the

acknowledgement signal.

When operating the locking units with voltages

exceeding 48 VDC, the linear solenoid is connected via

an additional device connector (to DIN EN 175301-803

– DIN 43650) mounted on the solenoid housing.

The magnetic forces given are reliably reached at

operating temperature and 90% of the rated voltage

according to DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000), and are valid

for a 24 VDC supply voltage. When operating at 100%

rated voltage, the magnetic forces increase by approx.

20%. Different supply voltages may lead to magnetic

forces higher or lower than the specified values owing

to the changing copper factor. The release times are

based on switching on the DC side. With a rectifier in

series and switching on the AC side, the release times

are 2 to 3 times higher.

Device connectors are not included in the scope of

supply and must be ordered separately.

Surface finish: solenoid galvanised

Locking bolt housing: aluminium

Special versions on request.

Accessories

round plug

bellows

We reserve the right to make changes

to the product design.

Please note ordering data!

Example of order

LLV050058/EMV 5058

24 VDC, 100% duty cycle

de-energised unlocking

Technical specification

Insulation class F to

DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000)

100% duty cycle

Class of protection to IEC 60529: IP 64

Parameters specific to product

starting force/locking bolt F S = 7 N

holding force/locking bolt F H = 35 N

restoring force/locking bolt F R = 20 N

response time

t 1 = 120 ms

release time

t 2 = 100 ms

radial force/stationary 3000 N

Circuit diagram and pin assignment at plug

(solenoid de-energised)

Size

Function

(de-energised)

Stroke

[mm]

Power

[Watt]

Locking bolt

Ø [mm]

Sensor

H A

H E

Weight

[kg]

LLV050058

locked

10

18.5

14

x

x

1.25

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locking solenoids

Type LLV050060/EMV 5060

Fixings

deep

Accessories

plug

bellows

We reserve the right to make changes

to the product design.

Please note ordering data!

LLV050060 / EMV 5060

Example of order

LLV050060/EMV 5060

24 VDC, 100% duty cycle

de-energised locking

Technical specification

Insulation class F to

DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000)

100% duty cycle

Class of protection to IEC 60529: IP 64

Parameters specific to product

starting force/locking bolt F S = 7 N

holding force/locking bolt F H = 35 N

restoring force/locking bolt F R = 20 N

response time

t 1 = 120 ms

release time

t 2 = 100 ms

radial force/stationary 3000 N

Circuit diagram and pin assignment at plug

(solenoid de-energised)

Locking solenoid

type LLV050060/EMV 5060

This is an electromagnetic locking unit specially designed

for use in all kinds of safety devices on machines and

automatic systems. During its development special

attention was given to ensuring a compact design,

universal fixing options and an integral acknowledgement

signal for the locking function. These devices comply

fully with the requirements of Germany’s Accident

Prevention Regulations – and with a large factor of

safety. The solenoid plunger and locking bolt are

guided separately in highly wear-resistant, maintenancefree

bearings. The integral microswitches signal the

respective position of the locking bolt approx.

0.5-1 mm after it leaves the initial position or before

it reaches the end position. The return movement of

the locking bolt into the locked position is achieved by

means of an integral spring.

In order to achieve a quick and reliable electrical

connection, a common integral DIN 43651 plug is used

for the linear solenoid and the acknowledgement

signal.

When operating the locking units with voltages

exceeding 48 VDC, the linear solenoid is connected via

an additional device connector (to DIN EN 175301-803

– DIN 43650) mounted on the solenoid housing.

The magnetic forces given are reached at operating

temperature and 90% of the rated voltage according

to DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000), and are valid for a

24 VDC supply voltage. When operating at 100% rated

voltage, the magnetic forces increase by approx. 20%.

Different supply voltages may lead to magnetic forces

higher or lower than the specified values owing to the

changing copper factor. The release times are based on

switching on the DC side. With a rectifier in series and

switching on the AC side, the release times are 2 to 3

times higher.

Device connectors are not included in the scope of

supply and must be ordered separately.

Surface finish: solenoid galvanised

Locking bolt housing: aluminium

Special versions on request.

Size

Function

(de-energised)

Stroke

[mm]

Power

[Watt]

Locking bolt

Ø [mm]

Sensor

H A

H E

Weight

[kg]

LLV050060

unlocked

10

18.5

14

x

x

1.4

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locking solenoids

Fixings

Type LLV050070/EMV 5070

deep

can be rotated through 4 x 90°

LLV050070 / EMV5070

Locking solenoid

type LLV050070/EMV 5070

This is an electromagnetic locking unit specially designed

for use in all kinds of safety devices on machines and

automatic systems. During its development special

attention was given to ensuring a compact design,

universal fixing options and an integral acknowledgement

signal for the locking function. These devices comply

fully with the requirements of Germany’s Accident

Prevention Regulations – and with a large factor of

safety. The solenoid plunger and locking bolt are

guided separately in highly wear-resistant, maintenancefree

bearings. The integral microswitch signals the

correct engagement of the locking bolt approx.

0.5-1 mm before it reaches the end position. The

return movement of the locking bolt is achieved by

means of an integral spring.

In order to achieve a quick and reliable electrical

connection, non-interchangeable plug-in connections of

different sizes are used for the linear solenoid and the

acknowledgement signal.

The linear solenoid is connected via a device connector

(to DIN EN 175301-803 – DIN 43650), the

acknowledgement signal via a slim device connector

which can be rotated through 4 x 90°.

When using a device connector with an integral

rectifier, the locking unit can be operated directly from

an AC supply.

The magnetic forces given are reliably reached at

operating temperature and 90% of the rated voltage

according to DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000), and are valid

for a 24 VDC supply voltage. When operating at 100%

rated voltage, the magnetic forces increase by approx.

20%. Different supply voltages may lead to magnetic

forces higher or lower than the specified values owing

to the changing copper factor. The release times are

based on switching on the DC side. With a rectifier in

series and switching on the AC side, the release times

are 2 to 3 times higher.

Device connectors are not included in the scope of

supply and must be ordered separately.

Surface finish: solenoid galvanised

Locking bolt housing: aluminium

Special versions on request.

Accessories

small and large plugs

bellows

We reserve the right to make changes

to the product design.

Please note ordering data!

Example of order

LLV050070/EMV 5070

24 VDC, 100% duty cycle

de-energised unlocking

Technical specification

Insulation class F to

DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000)

100% duty cycle

Class of protection to IEC 60529: IP 64

Parameters specific to product

starting force/locking bolt F S = 7 N

holding force/locking bolt F H = 35 N

restoring force/locking bolt F R = 20 N

response time

t 1 = 120 ms

release time

t 2 = 100 ms

radial force/stationary 3000 N

Circuit diagram and pin assignment at plug

(solenoid de-energised)

Size

Function

(de-energised)

Stroke

[mm]

Power

[Watt]

Locking bolt

Ø [mm]

Sensor

H A H E

Weight

[kg]

LLV050070

unlocked

10

18.5

14

x -

1.4

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locking solenoids

Type LLV050080/EMV 5080

Fixings

Manual unlocking

deep

Accessories

round plug

bellows

We reserve the right to make changes

to the product design.

Please note ordering data!

LLV050080 / EMV 5080

Example of order

LLV050080/EMV 5080

24 VDC, 100% duty cycle

de-energised locking

Technical specification

Insulation class F to

DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000)

100% duty cycle

Class of protection to IEC 60529: IP 64

Parameters specific to product

starting force/locking bolt F S = 7 N

holding force/locking bolt F H = 35 N

restoring force/locking bolt F R = 20 N

response time

t 1 = 120 ms

release time

t 2 = 100 ms

radial force/stationary 3000 N

Circuit diagram and pin assignment at plug

(solenoid de-energised)

Locking solenoid

type LLV050080/EMV 5080

This is an electromagnetic locking unit specially designed

for use in all kinds of safety devices on machines and

automatic systems. During its development special

attention was given to ensuring a compact design,

fixing options and an integral acknowledgement signal

for the locking function. These devices comply fully

with the requirements of Germany’s Accident

Prevention Regulations – and with a large factor of

safety. The solenoid plunger and locking bolt are

guided separately in maintenance-free bearings. The

integral microswitches signal the respective position of

the locking bolt approx. 0.5-1 mm after it leaves the

initial position or before it reaches the end position.

The locking function, i.e. the extending of the locking

bolt into the locked position, is achieved by means of

an integral spring. The unlocking function, i.e. the

retracting of the locking bolt, on the other hand, is

achieved by applying an electromagnetic force. In

addition, this locking unit is fitted with a manual

unlocking feature which can be used to unlock the unit

also when the supply voltage is switched off.

In order to guarantee a trouble-free and reliable

electrical connection, a common integral DIN 43651

plug is used for the linear solenoid and the

acknowledgement signal.

When operating the locking units with voltages exceeding

48 VDC, the linear solenoid is connected via an

additional device connector (to DIN EN 175301-803 –

DIN 43650) mounted on the solenoid housing. The

magnetic forces given are reached at operating

temperature and 90% of the rated voltage according

to DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000), and are valid for a

24 VDC supply voltage. When operating at 100% rated

voltage, the magnetic forces increase by approx. 20%.

Different supply voltages may lead to magnetic forces

higher or lower than the specified values owing to the

changing copper factor. The release times are based on

switching on the DC side. With a rectifier in series and

switching on the AC side, the release times are 2 to 3

times higher.

Device connectors are not included in the scope of

supply and must be ordered separately.

Surface finish: solenoid galvanised

Locking bolt housing: aluminium

Size

Function

(de-energised)

Stroke

[mm]

Power

[Watt]

Locking bolt

Ø [mm]

Sensor

H A

H E

Weight

[kg]

LLV050080

locked

10

18.5

14

x

x

1.4

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locking solenoids

Type LLV050081/EMV 5081

Fixings

deep

LLV050081 / EMV5081

Locking solenoid

type LLV050081/EMV 5081

This is an electromagnetic locking unit specially designed

for use in all kinds of safety devices on machines and

automatic systems. During its development special

attention was given to ensuring a compact design,

universal fixing options and an integral acknowledgement

signal for the locking function. These devices comply

fully with the requirements of Germany’s Accident

Prevention Regulations – and with a large factor of

safety. The solenoid plunger and locking bolt are

guided separately in highly wear-resistant, maintenancefree

bearings. The integral microswitch signals the

correct engagement of the locking bolt approx.

0.5-1 mm before it reaches the home position. The

locking function, i.e. the extending of the locking bolt

into the locked position, is achieved by means of an

integral spring. The unlocking function, i.e. the

retracting of the locking bolt, on the other hand, is

achieved magnetically.

In order to achieve a quick and reliable electrical

connection, non-interchangeable plug-in connections of

different sizes are used for the linear solenoid and the

acknowledgement signal. The linear solenoid is connected

via a device connector (to DIN EN 175301-803 – DIN

43650), the acknowledgement signal via a slim device

connector which can be rotated through 4 x 90°.

When using a device connector with an integral

rectifier, the locking unit can be operated directly from

an AC supply.

The magnetic forces given are reached at operating

temperature and 90% of the rated voltage according

to DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000), and are valid for a

24 VDC supply voltage. When operating at 100% rated

voltage, the magnetic forces increase by approx. 20%.

Different supply voltages may lead to magnetic forces

higher or lower than the specified values owing to the

changing copper factor. The release times are based on

switching on the DC side. With a rectifier in series and

switching on the AC side, the release times are 2 to 3

times higher.

Device connectors are not included in the scope of

supply and must be ordered separately.

Surface finish: solenoid galvanised

Locking bolt housing: aluminium

Special versions on request.

Accessories

small and large plugs

bellows

We reserve the right to make changes

to the product design.

Please note ordering data!

Example of order

LLV050081/EMV 5081

24 VDC, 100% duty cycle

de-energised locking

Technical specification

Insulation class F to

DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000)

100% duty cycle

Class of protection to IEC 60529: IP 64

Parameters specific to product

starting force/locking bolt F S = 7 N

holding force/locking bolt F H = 35 N

restoring force/locking bolt F R = 20 N

response time

t 1 = 120 ms

release time

t 2 = 100 ms

radial force/stationary 3000 N

Circuit diagram and pin assignment at plug

(solenoid de-energised)

Size

Function

(de-energised)

Stroke

[mm]

Power

[Watt]

Locking bolt

Ø [mm]

Sensor

H A H E

Weight

[kg]

LLV050081

locked

10

18.5

14

x -

1.2

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locking solenoids

Type LLV050...

Accessories

mating piece with pin signalling

We reserve the right to make changes

to the product design.

Please note ordering data!

1) Concealed cable connection

2) Holes for fixings

Example of order

LLV050215

24 VDC, 100% duty cycle

de-energised locking

Technical specification

Insulation class B to

DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000)

100% duty cycle

Class of protection to IEC 60529: IP 40

Type LLV050225/17 22503A00

“de-energised unlocking”

- compact design

- pin signalling “locked”

- mating piece included

- locking only possible with “door closed”

Type LLV050215/17 21503A00

“de-energised locking”

- compact design

- pin signalling “open”

- mating piece included

- acknowledgement signal “closed”

Parameters specific to product

starting force/locking bolt F S = 4 N

holding force/locking bolt F H = 1 N/14 N

restoring force/locking bolt F R = 3 N

response time

t 1 = 55 ms

release time

t 2 = 40 ms

Switch positions shown in de-energised state.

Solenoid

Reed contact

In order to meet the increasingly stringent requirements for building

and room security, locking solenoids are being preferred as security

elements. Locking solenoids are electromagnetically operated door bolts

providing interlocking mechanisms which are used in addition to the

existing mechanical locks. Two types of locking solenoids are available

to suit different requirements:

1. De-energised unlocking devices (LLV050225/17 22503A00) in which

the return movement of the locking bolt is achieved by means of a

spring.

2. De-energised locking devices (LLV050215/17 21503A00) in which

the return movement of the locking bolt is achieved by applying an

electromagnetic force. The pin signalling provides extra security and

enables remote inquiry.

These locking solenoids are fitted in an (anodised) aluminium housing,

have a locking bolt made from rustproof steel, and include LEDs.

F C = Closing force (bolt extended)

F O = Opening force

F M = Magnetic force

F Sh = Shear force up to 1000 N

F Sp = Spring force

G = Weight of locking bolt

Solenoid

Plunger

Locking bolt (hardened)

Spring

Housing

Contact piece

F C = F Sp + G

F O = F M - G - F Sp

Microswitch for remote inquiry

Size

Function

(de-energised)

Stroke

[mm]

Power

[Watt]

Locking bolt

Ø [mm]

Sensor

H A

H E

Weight

[kg]

Electrical connection is accessible after removing cover.

Connection via side with fixings!

LLV050215

LLV050225

locked

unlocked

15

15

10.8

10.8

16

16

x

x

x

x

0.72

0.72

10

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locking solenoids

Dimensions (mm)

Type LLV055...

Locking solenoid

Type LLV055001, de-energised locking

Type LLV055002, de-energised unlocking

Stroke function

Circuit diagram, stroke detection

with cable grip

2 No. sealing rings C 60 x 10,

DIN 7603 (supplied)

Fixing options

Accessories

- box strike with sensor

- angle strike (see p. 15)

Example of operation

(de-energised locking)

F C = F Sp + G

F O = F M - G - F Sp

Solenoid

Anker

Plunger

Spring

Housing

Contact piece

F C = Closing force (bolt extended)

F O = Opening force

F M = Magnetic force

F Sh = Shear force up to 1500 N

F Sp = Spring force

G = Weight of locking bolt

Circuit diagram and pin assignment at plug

Size

(de-energised locking)

Function

(de-energised)

Stroke

[mm]

Supply

[V]

Determining the opening or closing force taking

into account the installation position

Power

[Watt]

Locking bolt

Ø [mm]

Magnetic force F M

Spring force F Sp

Weight of locking bolt G

Circuit diagram and pin assignment at plug

(de-energised unlocking)

Sensor

H A

H E

Weight

[kg]

Example of order

LLV055001

24 VDC, 100% duty cycle

de-energised locking

Locking solenoid

These locking solenoids are preferred as

security elements for doors or similar

closures in security, fire protection, ventilation

and air-conditioning systems as well as

for protecting property. The locking function

is achieved either by energising the solenoid

(working current principle) or by means of a

spring with the coil de-energised (closedcircuit

principle).

The extended position of the locking bolt is

detected by an integral microswitch (U max

250 VDC, or with AC via integral rectifier).

The DC linear solenoid, microswitch and connection

terminals are fitted in a waterproof

aluminium housing. The connecting cable is

fed through a sealed cable gland with a

cable grip, which can be fitted in one of two

positions as required.

Cable diameter 5-8 mm

The unit can be installed in any position.

Typ LLV055001 (17 21504A00)

Typ LLV055002 (17 22504A00)

Typ LLV055003 (17 21704A00)

Typ LLV055004 (17 22704A00)

locked

unlocked

locked

unlocked

12

12

12

12

24 DC

24 DC

230 AC

230 AC

17

17

17

17

16

16

16

16

x

x

x

x

1.6

1.6

1.6

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locking solenoids

Type LLV060076 / EMV6076

Fixings

Manual unlocking

Accessories

round plug

bellows

We reserve the right to make changes

to the product design.

Please note ordering data!

Type LLV060076 / EMV6076

Example of order

LLV060076/EMV 6076

24 VDC, 100% duty cycle

de-energised locking

Technical specification

Insulation class F to

DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000)

100% duty cycle

Class of protection to IEC 60529: IP 64

Parameters specific to product

starting force/locking bolt F S = 12 N

holding force/locking bolt F H = 50 N

restoring force/locking bolt F R = 16 N

response time

t 1 = 45 ms

release time

t 2 = 30 ms

radial force/stationary 1500 N

Circuit diagram and pin assignment at plug

(solenoid de-energised)

Locking solenoid

type LLV060076/EMV 6076

This is an electromagnetic locking unit specially designed

for use in all kinds of safety devices on machines and

automatic systems. During its development special attention

was given to ensuring a compact design, universal fixing

options and an integral acknowledgement signal for the

locking function. These devices comply fully with the

requirements of Germany’s Accident Prevention

Regulations – and with a large factor of safety. The

solenoid plunger and locking bolt are guided separately

in highly wear-resistant, maintenance-free bearings. To

avoid stray magnetic fields in the object to be locked, the

locking bolt is made from rustproof, non-magnetic

stainless steel. The microswitches integrated into the

aluminium housing for the locking bolt are positive

opening types and signal the respective position of the

locking bolt approx. 0.5-1 mm after it leaves the initial

position or before it reaches the end position. The locking

function, i.e. the extending of the locking bolt into the

locked position, is achieved by means of an integral

spring. The unlocking function, i.e. the retracting of the

locking bolt, on the other hand, is achieved magnetically.

In addition, this locking unit includes a manual unlocking

function, concealed by blanking plugs, which can be

operated from two sides and is intended to actuate the

locking bolt when the supply voltage is switched off.

In order to achieve a quick and reliable electrical connection,

a common integral DIN 43651 plug with screw fastener is

used for the linear solenoid and the acknowledgement

signal.

When operating the locking units with voltages exceeding

48 VDC, the linear solenoid is connected via an additional

device connector (to DIN EN 175301-803 – DIN 43650)

mounted on the solenoid housing. The magnetic forces

given are reliably reached at operating temperature and

90% of the rated voltage according to DIN VDE 0580

(July 2000), and are valid for a 24 VDC supply voltage.

When operating at 100% rated voltage, the magnetic

forces increase by approx. 20%. Different supply voltages

may lead to magnetic forces higher or lower than the

specified values owing to the changing copper factor. The

release times are based on switching on the DC side. With

a rectifier in series and switching on the AC side, the

release times are 2 to 3 times higher. Device connectors

are not included in the scope of supply and must be

ordered separately.

Surface finish: solenoid galvanised

Locking bolt housing: aluminium

Special versions on request.

Size

Function

(de-energised)

Stroke

[mm]

Power

[Watt]

Locking bolt

Ø [mm]

Sensor

H A

H E

Weight

[kg]

LLV050080

locked

15

30.5

15

x

x

2.4

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general technical information

General instructions for users of KENDRION

electromagnetic products

CE symbol solenoids/electronics

electromagnets, electromagnetic devices

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 (DC or 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.

2. General requirements for ambient

conditions

In the case of deviations from the specified operating

and ambient conditions, appropriate measures, e.g.

higher class of protection and/or special surface

finish, must be taken.

The class of protection to IEC 60529 is only

guaranteed when the device is installed on the

machine in accordance with the specification, and in

conjunction with a plug-in connection by means of a

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

3. 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. The voltage drop is to be kept within

strict tolerances (normally 4%) when laying the lines

by choosing the correct wire cross-sections. 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 require the user to

provide a PE line connection according to

DIN VDE 0100.

For further information on the use of electromagnetic

devices please refer to the publication “Technical

Explanations”.

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.

However, the components comply with various

standards for incorporation and operation in devices

covered by the Low Voltage Directive, in particular

DIN VDE 0580 (July 2000). The corresponding data

is given on the data sheets for the individual

components.

The products are components in the meaning of the

Machinery Directive 98/37/EC. According to this

directive, such products incorporated in a machine

may not be operated until said machine’s conformity

with the EC directive has been established. A manufacturer’s

declaration, which is not automatically

supplied with the product, can be obtained on

request.

The user must ensure conformity with the EMC

Directive 89/336/EEC by using suitable switching

devices or controls. When using the recommended

electronic switching devices and controls from

Kendrion Magnettechnik, conformity with the EMC

Directive is stated on the respective data sheets.

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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assessories

GD209

RSG 6 WSK 6

Plug-in connector to DIN EN 175301-803

Round connector to DIN 43651

Round connector to DIN 45322

Material No: 314 1046

Material No: 314 1048

small form E

large form A

Material No: 314 1053

Material No: 314 1054

22 AF

small

large

Plug-in connectors are detachable connections and

are used for connecting the locking units of the LLV...

series.

The cable outlet can be rotated through 4 x 90°

(GD209 through 180°) 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 (GD209: Pg 9),

serves to seal the cable entry. The contact elements

are fitted with screw terminals and are suitable for

connecting wire cross-sections up to max. 1.5 mm 2 .

When plugged in and secured, the connection meets

the requirements of class of protection IP 66 to IEC

60529. The permissible continuous maximum

temperature is 90°C; the connection can withstand

temperatures of up to 120°C briefly without

suffering any damage. When using the GDSB 211

plug-in connector with integral rectifier, the plug-in

connector can be used as a direct connecting element

between an AC mains system and a DC consumer.

Four silicon diodes form a bridge circuit. A varistor

connected in parallel on the AC side protects the

bridge rectifier against voltage spikes from the

mains.

Round connectors to DIN 43651 are used for

connecting the locking units of the LLV... series. The

connector is a 6-pole version complete with an

earthing connection. 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 connector from

becoming accidentally detached. A screwed cable

gland, thread size Pg 11, serves to seal the cable

entry. The wires are attached by crimping (max. wire

cross-section 1.5 mm 2 ). When plugged in and

secured, the connection meets the requirements of

class of protection IP 65 to IEC 60529. The permissible

continuous maximum temperature is 90°C; the connection

can withstand temperatures of up to 120°C

briefly without suffering any damage.

Round connectors with a screw fixing are used for

connecting the locking units of the LLV040002 series.

This connector is supplied as a 6-pole version. The

mechanical fixing of the round connector to the

corresponding plug, and the earthing connection, is

achieved by means of the metal union nut. A flexible

grommet guarantees no kinks in the outgoing

connecting cable. The wires are connected by

soldering (max. wire cross-section 0.75 mm 2 ). When

plugged in and secured, the connection meets the

requirements of class of protection IP 40 to IEC

60529. The permissible continuous maximum

temperature is 90°C; the connection can withstand

temperatures of up to 120°C briefly without suffering

any damage. The cable outlet can be turned through

180° by installing the contact carrier accordingly.

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assessories

Type 17 00004A00001

Type 17 00504A00100

The strikes are designed for locking solenoid types LLV05500. and LLV080...

Two different strikes are available.

The box strike with a sensor includes a microswitch with an operating contact. The locked state can therefore be indicated at any point in the system

(Umax = 250 VDC or AC; Imax = 0.5 A).

The box strike with a spring enables a door or similar closure to be engaged when the locking bolt is extended.

Operating contact

Switching point

End position

2 No. sealing rings C 60 x 10, DIN 7603 (supplied)

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kendrion magnettechnik worldwide

Kendrion Magnettechnik GmbH

August-Fischbach-Strasse 1

78166 Donaueschingen

Germany

Tel. +49 (0) 77 1 80 09-0

Fax +49 (0) 77 1 80 09-63 4

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info@kendrionmt.com

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Fred-Hahn-Strasse 33

72514 Inzigkofen-Engelswies, Germany

Tel. +49 (0) 75 75 20 8-0

Fax +49 (0) 75 75 20 8-1 90

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info@kendrionmt.com

Kendrion Binder Magnete

Ges.m.b.H.

8552 Eibiswald 269, Austria

Tel. +43 (0) 34 66 42 32 2-0

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

Tel. +34 9 76 46 30 40

Fax +34 9 76 46 30 42

guadalupe.cabrera@kendrion.com

Technical offices (Germany)

Kendrion Magnettechnik GmbH

Technisches Büro West

Bottroper Strasse 15

46244 Bottrop

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Fax +49 (0) 20 45 40 64 26

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Delmer Bogen 71

21614 Buxtehude

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Fax +49 (0) 41 61 60 07 39 3

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Representatives (Germany)

VOR-Steuerungstechnik

Friedrich Rudolph GmbH

Wichernstrasse 9

50389 Wesseling

Tel. +49 (0) 22 36 94 27 88

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

kaehne.gmbh@t-online.de

RUG

Regler- und Gerätebau GmbH

Karl-Ehmann-Str. 50

73037 Göppingen

Tel. +49 (0) 71 61 85 70

Fax +49 (0) 71 61 85 72 9

jurenka@r-u-g.de

Antriebstechnik Laipple GmbH

Burgstrasse 84

73614 Schorndorf

Tel. +49 (0) 71 81 97 94 92

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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kendrion@pilder.de

Representatives (worldwide)

Austria

Kendrion Binder Magnete

Vertriebs. GmbH

Estermannstrasse 27

4020 Linz

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Fax +43 (0) 7 32 78 35 58

www.kendrion-binder.at

office@kendrion-binder.at

Belgium, Luxembourg

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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

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Fax +45 (0) 49 70 40 32

www.safeline.dk

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Finland

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Martinkyläntie 50

P.O. Box 122

01721 Vantaa

Tel. +358 (0) 98 52 66 1

Fax +358 (0) 98 52 68 20

www.sks.fi

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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

www.spii.it

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

www.solarelektro.nl

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

www.jfk.no

firmapost@jfk.no

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

info@binder.co.za

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

www.binder-es.com

binder@binder-es.com

Sweden

Industrikomponenter AB

Industrivägen 12

17148 Solna

Tel. +46 (0) 8 51 48 44 00

Fax +46 (0) 8 51 48 44 01

www.inkom.se

info@inkom.se

Uno Gunnarsson / Höör AB

Box 64

24322 Höör

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

Fax +46 (0) 4 13 23 18 3

Moeller Electric AB

Granitvägen 2

55303 Jönköping

Tel. +46 (0) 86 32 30 00

Fax +46 (0) 86 32 32 99

Switzerland

Kendrion Binder Magnet AG

Albisstrasse 26

8915 Hausen a/A

Tel. +41 (0) 17 64 80 60

Fax +41 (0) 17 64 80 69

www.kendrion.ch

binder.magnet@kendrion.com

United Kingdom

Kendrion Binder Magnete

(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

www.kendrion-binder.co.uk

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

gradframe@aol.com

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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