In addition to high security and quality, the compact bistable locking magnet LLB offers many other advantages. The magnet can be operated with a battery for mobile applications such as locking toolboxes or hospital side tables. Due to its energy-saving functional principle - only a short current increase is required for locking - at least 50,000 switching operations can be achieved with a battery.
The LBB can be equipped with a Hall sensor for end position detection. The functionality of the bistable lock can thus be safely monitored. Manual emergency unlocking can also be ensured as an option.
The bistable locking unit is based on a lifting magnet that can be operated via a power supply unit as well as a battery. The locking bolt is held open with the help of a return spring. When the power is supplied, the magnet triggers, and the bolt is extended. The locking bolt is kept currentless in the closed state by the force of a permanent magnet. Depending on the version, the solenoid can save up to 95% energy, but the bolt still reliably withstands lateral forces of 1,000 N.
from 6 to 50 V DC |
optional: lithium battery 6 AM6 9V/1200mA
|Duty cycle||25 %|
|Permanent magnetic Force||50 N|
1,000 N front side installation|
500 N lateral installation
|Protection class device||IP40|
|Position detection (optional)||
Minus switching, 5 - 30 V, max. 30 mA
|Installation type||By threaded holes at front and bottom side|
|Diameter Locking pin||15 mm|