|On the chamfer, above
|On the chamfer, below
|In the front, above
|In the front, below
|Numbers ascending clockwise
|Numbers ascending anti-clockwise
Indication after one spindle revolution
to thread pitch
Max. revolutions per minute
Before installation of the position indicator, a bore hole for the torque limiting contact point is to be drilled, as shown in the in the adjacent drawing.
With the Adapter Bushings GN 952.1 mounting adaptor bushings GN 952.1, the hollow shaft (with bore 14 H7) of the position indicator can be adapted to fit the spindle.
If a reduction in the diameter of the hollow shaft is to be made at the same time as mounting a control knob Control Knobs GN 957 which combine both functions in a single component (no adaptor bushings required).
The position indicator is mounted with the torque limiting contact point inserted in the bore hole, to stabilize the housing in place. The hollow shaft is mounted to the spindle and secured with the grub screw.
The position indicator is equipped with a hollow shaft that is slid directly onto the spindle and is connected to the spindle by a grub screw. The spindle rotations are transmitted to a counter directly by a gearbox. For torque support, a pin of the housing projects into a hole made on the machine side, establishing the position relative to the mounting site.
The transmission ratio and counting direction of the counter are determined by the pitch of the adjusting spindle. The indicated value after one turn starting from the 0 position serves as a characteristic value. Decimal places are indicated in red.