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Medium Duty Pneumatic Modules

Medium Duty Pneumatic Modules

XCHANGE™ Utility Module

Medium Duty Pneumatic Modules

The E80/100 & E125LP Pneumatic Modules pass fluid during an automatic tool changing operation.

Advantages

• Valved/Checked interface on Master/Robot Side
• Additional connections for applications that need more than the imbedded pneumatic pass throughs built into the Master/Robot and Tool Sides
o Allows the use of two (2) imbedded and adds two (2) additional pass throughs

Datasheet ModelCompatible XCHANGE™
Tool Changers
Number of User ConnectionsRobot Adaptor Weight

kg (lb)
Tool Adaptor Weight

kg (lb)
User Interface*Flow

Cv
Pneumatic Module – E80/100 E80 and E1004 *0.28
(0.63)
0.34
(0.74)
1/4” BSPP 0.37
Pneumatic Module – E125LP E125LP4 *0.54
(1.19)
0.54
(1.19)
3/8” BSPP 0.92

* Allows the use of two (2) imbedded pass throughs and adds two (2) additional pass throughs.
Operating Temperature 5 - 60 °C (40 - 140 °F)
User Pressure Range 0- 7 bar (0 - 101 psi)
Noise Emissions (Sound Pressure) ≤ 70 dB(A) in any direction

The dimensions are indicative and susceptible to changes due to technical improvements. We reserve the right to make changes without notice.

FLOW FORMULAS

Imperial measurement units:

Flow of Gases (Pneumatic Module)

QG = Gas flow rate in Standard Cubic Feet per Hour (SCFH)
Q = Valve flow rate in gallons per minute (US gpm)
Cv = Flow Coefficient = 1.54 for these modules
P1 = Upstream (inlet) absolute pressure in pounds per square inch (psi)
P2 = Downstream (outlet) absolute pressure in pounds per square inch (psi)
GG = Specific gravity of medium where air at 70°F and 14.7 psia equals 1.0
GF = Specific gravity of fluid related to water
T = Absolute temperature in °R (°F + 460)

Metric measurement units:

Flow of Gases (Pneumatic Module)

QG = Gas flow rate in Standard Cubic Meters per Hour (m3/h)
Q = Valve flow rate in Cubic Meters per Hour (m3/h)
Cv = Flow Coefficient = 1.54 for these modules
P1 = Upstream (inlet) absolute pressure in bar
P2 = Downstream (outlet) absolute pressure in bar
GG = Specific gravity of medium where air at 20°C and 1 bar equals 1.0
GF = Specific gravity of fluid related to water
T = Absolute temperature in °R (°F + 460)