fairly consistent, 22mm circular cutout has approx 0.25mm
your mounting point positions please consider the following:
- The E-stop button
will need to be positioned where it is easy to get to
and should be visible.
- The NO side of the
E-Stop switch will need to be connected to the TB6560
Driver board's Limit
The NC side of the E-Stop switch will need to intersect
with the AC Relays DC+ input wire if being
used as a hard off for the relay.
- E-Stop is push to activate and requires enough room
for the downward movement of the mushroom
- Do not run wires directly over or on the E-Stop
Once you have
selected the desired position to mount the E-Stop button please
cut a 22mm (approx)
opening as per the mounting template. Switch
orientation is at your discretion.
E-Stop switches red Mushroom Button by twisting it
anti-clockwise until it becomes loose.
E-Stop switches chrome Outer Retaining nut by twisting it
anti-clockwise until it becomes
Switch Assembly from the inside of the enclosure through the
22mm opening. The Internal Retaining
nut and Rubber seal should but up against the inside surface
of the enclosure.
Replace the chrome
Outer Retaining nut and turn it clockwise until it is tight.
If there is not enough thread protruding
you may have to wind the Internal Retaining nut back to
allow more thread through.
Now replace the
red Mushroom Button and turn it clockwise until you feel the
release spring offer resistance. Do not
force or over tighten as you may damage the release spring.
button is now mounted. To test it's mechanical operation,
first pushdown on the top of the Mushroom
Button and it should drop 5-6mm and lock into position. In
this position, the NO circuit is closed and a signal will
be sent to the TB6560 Driver board (when connected). The NC
circuit is now broken and power will be cut to the
AC Relay (when connected)
rotate the Mushroom Button in the direction of the arrows,
you should feel some resistance from the
release spring and the button should pop up into it's
original position. In this position, the NO circuit is open
no signal will be sent to the TB6560 Driver board (when
connected). The NC circuit is now closed and power will
be sent to the AC Relay (when connected).
You are now
ready to move onto the next step: