MM FLANGE - NEMA 56C Motor Mount (Face Mount)
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The mounting of the MM Flange - NEMA 56C Motor Mount (Face Mount) is such that the 4.500" dia. pilot of the sensor mounts into the mating counter bore of the machine requiring no alignment. The sensor can be replaced with a spare in a matter of minutes without any adjustment. The MM Flange mount is totally interchangeable with the following sensors: CC3820R, CC3822R, C3825R, CC3820T, CC3822T, CC450T, CC3820A/RVDT, CC450A/RVDT, CC290T, CC292T, CC290R, CC400T, CC400AE, CC350T, CC350R, and CC450AEMT.
1. MACHINE MOUNTING SURFACE and MM FLANGE PREPARATION
1.1 Prepare the counter bore surface by removing any dirt, debris, burrs, or other protrusions from the area where the flange surface will come in contact. A wire wheel, wire brush, sandpaper, and files are tools needed for this procedure.
1.2 Clean any dirt or debris from the MM Flange mounting surface and pilot.
2. MOUNTING MM FLANGE SENSOR TO MACHINE
Reference drawing 160A9006
2.1 Slide coupling onto machine shaft. If possible, slide so that entire coupling is on the machine shaft. For larger dia. shafts push unto shaft as far as possible.
Note: If coupling supplied by CCI, reference Table 1, drawing 62220A1004 for coupling torque requirements.
2.2 Match the flange pilot and machine counter bore together. The pilot should slide freely into the counter bore. Mount sensor to machine with (4) 3/8-16 hardware, not supplied and torque accordingly. Do Not force the pilot into the counter bore.
2.2.1 If flange pilot and machine counter bore do not slide freely together, repeat section 1. If after repeating preparation procedure they still will not mate, measure both mounting surfaces. If there is a dimensional inconsistency with a CCI product, please contact CCI immediately.
2.2.2 If flange pilot and machine counter bore are very loose fitting, where sensor can be shifted off center, measure both mounting surfaces. If there is a dimensional inconsistency with a CCI product, please contact CCI immediately. It is important to have a good fit between sensor and machine. If a problem exists with the mounting counter bore, it should be corrected in order to maintain sensor integrity and prolong sensor life.
2.3 Slide coupling from machine shaft onto sensor shaft, approximately centered between the machine and sensor shafts.
2.3.1 If the coupling does not slide onto the sensor shaft, repeat section 1, and continue through section 2. If problem stills exists, check machine shaft and mounting surface. If problem is suspect of CCI supplied equipment, please contact CCI immediately.
2.3.2 Torque machine shaft coupling and sensor shaft coupling, per coupling manufacture's requirements, for CCI couplings, reference Table 1.
2.4 The MM Flange and the sensor are two separate parts. If needed the MM Flange can be removed from the sensor and install on any of the above listed sensors. This is done by removing with a 3/16" hex key the (4) 1/4-20 socket head cap screws. Install the MM Flange on the sensor with same screws and torque 150-200 in-lbs.
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