Hawke Exd Connector, MK IV ControlEx 기술사양

 

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Hazardous Area Connector

MK IV ControlEx

IECEx/ATEX Certificate 

 

Note: Inline connector receptacle (CR) also available

 

 

Overview

 

The 4th generation ControlEx has been designed as a result of over 20 years of plug-and-socket experience. Manufactured in Stainless steel, the connectors provide unrivalled durability in hostile environments.

 

Both ATEX/IECEX, GOST & NEC certified, the connectors are Exd rated with an Ingress Protection rating of IP66 / IP67 and have industry leading DTS01 deluge protection.

 

 

 

 

The wide range of insert variables can handle up to 60 cores.

 

Other improvements include an all-new padlock facility, allowing the connectors to be securely locked to prevent accidental un-plugging of equipment and improved secure cap fixings.

 

The 4th generation ControlEx maintains many of the original features which made its predecessor extremely popular, including a variable keying system to prevent accidental cross-mating, modular gold-plated field crimpable inserts for ease of wiring and a fully inspectable flameproof barrier providing direct inspection of the flameproof seal.

 

 

 

 

 

Tamb: -40°C to +60°C.

II2 GD Exd IIC Gb, Extb IIIC T95Db.

IP66, 67

DTS01 deluge protected.

Certificate No's Baseefa12ATEX0014X & IECEx BAS 12.0006X.

 

ControlEx Features

 

(1) Easy Fieldwireable
Pin and socket inserts are numbered front and back to assist wiring and avoid
termination errors. Crimp and solder inserts available.

 

 

(2) Internal Keyway Spacer

Eases accessibility for termination as tube fitted after termination complete,
along with allowing easy installation into the required keyed position (See (4))

 

 

(3) Locking Pin
Optional locking pin provides the facility for mated connectors to be permanently
locked, via the use of a padlock, ensuring they cannot be separated under load. (Padlock not supplied)

 

 

 

 

(4) Keying Position
The unique visual 5 position insert keying system (3 on Ex16) along with the integral machined keyways prevent contact damage and ensures safe use by eliminating the possibility of misconnection of adjacent circuits.

 

 

 

(5) Running Coupler
Allows the connector to be installed onto a pre-assembled cable gland. Connector is rear loading and includes locking engaging nut.

  

 

 

(6) Acme Thread at Mating Interface
Unique ACME thread offers a smooth and quick fully mating action.

 

 

 

(7) Fully Inspectable Flameproof Barrier
Provides direct inspection of the flameproof seal and offers users the peace of mind that the connector is safe for installation.

 

 

 

(8) Anti-Rotation Device
Connector plugs and receptacles come complete with anti-rotation ring, which
when fitted between the connector and gland, helps to eliminate the possibility of the gland loosening, locking this in position.

 

 

 

 

 

Technical Data

 

ControlEx MKIV Spec.pdf

ControlEx MKIV Hookup Procedure 01.pdf

ControlEx MKIV Hookup Procedure 02.pdf

0.Ex Connectors Master Catalogue 20130819.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

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Hawke Exd Connector, InstrumEx 기술사양

 

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Hazardous Area Connector

InstrumEx

IECEx/ATEX Certificate 

 

Overview

This revolutionary design allows the live mate and de-mating of signal and low power in hazardous areas safely and quickly. The InstrumEx connector is available with two insert options:

 

 

 

The 4-way option will accept cores ranging between 0.5mm² and 2.5mm² and can operate up to a maximum current of 10A (AC1) at 250V AC & 2.5A (DC1) 60V DC.

 

The 8-way option, designed predominantly for Ethernet applications, will accept cores ranging between 0.14mm² and 0.37mm² and can carry 1A (AC1) at 60V AC & 0.5A (DC1)60V DC. InstrumEx connectors include an integral Hawke cable gland for easy termination of both armoured and un-armoured cables.

 

 

 

 

Tamb: -40°C to +60°C.

II2 GD Exd IIC ExtD T85.

IP66, 67

DTS01 deluge protected.

 

 

 

Technical Data

InstrumEx Spec.pdf

InstrumEx BRO 200808XX.pdf

InstrumEx Manual 20140403.pdf

0.Ex Connectors Master Catalogue 20130819.pdf

 

  

 

 

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Hawke Live Demateable Connector, InstrumEx Termination Hook up Procedure 자료

 

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InstrumEx Termination Procedure

 

IMPORTANT NOTE

1. Hawke International does not recommend the use of their InstrumEx Connectors in applications where rigid PVC/SWA/PVC power cabling (typically to BS 6346 standards) is used in portable/semi-portable applications.


 

2. Hawke International recommends that barrier type glands are fitted to flexible power and loose filled control cabling entering the connectors to maintain the Exd protection concept and to reduce the potential for core movements within the cable being transferred to the connector’s internal components.


 

3. Hawke Ex Connector products are designed to be used in multi-voltage applications in circuits: 4 way up to 250V AC, 4 way up to 60V DC and 8 way up to 60V AC/DC. It is possible that on certain installations, there may be a mix of applications utilising different voltages on the Connector products. In these instances, the installer / circuit designer must ensure that the plugs and sockets, or their associated cabling, is clearly marked with the correct circuit voltage and current rating to ensure that the equipment being supplied is matched correctly with the supply voltage. The variable insert positions which are a feature of the Connectors may also be used to provide additional means of safety in these applications.

 

 

 

 

CP / CR PROCEDURE


1) Unscrew the middle nut and back nut from the connector body and remove the armour clamping ring, spigot and insert. If you have purchased a connector with the optional backnut clamp and / or flange, slide these down the cable now (clamp first).

 

 

2) Remove the two seal assembly’s from the box and choose the required seal to suit the diameter of the cable outer jacket.

 

 

 

3) Insert the seal into the back nut, ensuring that the flange on the seal goes past the thread as shown.

 

 

 

 

 

4) Screw the back nut onto the middle nut. Do not compress the seal at this stage.

 

 

 

5) Slide the middle nut, backnut and armour clamping ring over the cable ensuring that the clamping ring is pointing in the required direction for the size of armour / braid. The alternative ring is supplied in the box.

 

                          

 

 

 

6) Strip back the outer jacket and armour (if present) as shown below.

 

 

 

7) Strip back the inner sheath level with the armour to expose the insulated conductors as shown below. If unarmoured, strip back to the outer jacket.

 

 

 

 

 

ARMOURED / BRAIDED CABLE


8) Push the inner sheath of the cable through the spigot.
Spread the armour / braid over the spigot until the end of the armour / braid is up against the shoulder of the spigot. Position the armour clamping ring onto the armour/braid.

 

 

 

9) Place the connector body over the spigot engaging the octagonal portion of the spigot. Move the middle nut up to meet the connector body. Place a 27 A/F spanner on the flats of the connector body and hold it in position.
Hand tighten the middle nut to the connector body, then turn a further ½ to ¾ turn with a 27 A/F spanner.

 

 

 

10) Unscrew the middle nut and visually inspect the armour has been  successfully clamped between the armour spigot and the clamping ring.

 

 

 

 

UNARMOURED CABLE
(If earth is to be terminated to connector shell. Otherwise proceed to step 15)


11) Strip back the earth conductor as shown below. If the earth is being carried through a contact as well as being connected to the shell, see fig b.

 

 

 

12) Crimp the flat blade earth crimp onto the earth conductor as shown below. Ensure the blade of the crimp is outermost as shown and that the crimp is pushed all the way up to the insulation of the earth conductor.

 

 

13) Push the conductors through the spigot and place the blade of the crimp on the taper of the spigot.

 

 

 

 

 

 


the blade of the crimp and lock into position by following steps 9 and 10 of the armoured / braided cable procedure.

 

15) Strip back the conductors as shown below.

 

 

 

 

 16) Remove the contacts from the contact retainers. Crimp the contacts onto the conductors using the Hawke crimp tool only (part number 901849). Ensure that the insulation of the conductor is up against the shoulder of the contact. When terminating 0.5mm² or 1.5mm² wire, ensure the conductor is pushed all the way into the smaller hole of the contact and that the contact is square in the crimp tool.


CAUTION: EXCESSIVE FORCE MAY BEND THE CONTACTS


Alternatively, conductors may be soldered into the contacts. Ensure that the cable installation is the same on the mating half. Hawke recommends that wiring details are placed on the cable outer jacket near to the connector.

 

 

17) Splay out the contacts and fit them through the slots in the rear contact retainer, ensuring they line up with the relevant numbered hole on the front contact retainer (ensure keys are aligned - see step 18). Unused contacts
should be omitted if not required to ease assembly.

 

 

 

18) Slide the front contact retainer over the contacts and snap into place with the rear contact retainer. Push the clips of the rear contact retainer firmly down to ensure they are not protruding (will only fit in the correct orientation).

 

 

19) Slide the insert into the connector body, aligning the half round key on the rear contact retainer with the required half round keyway in the connector body. (The colour coded or numbered keying position is shown on the front of the connector body. No colour coding or numbering for default 12 o’clock position – see picture inset). It should be noted that colour coded and numbered connector bodies are mutually interchangeable. Push the octagonal portion of the spigot into the connector body.

 

 

20) Slide the middle nut over the clamp / spigot and hand tighten onto the connector body, then further tighten ½ to ¾ of a turn with a 27 A/F spanner while holding the front shell with a 27 A/F spanner

 

 

 

 

 

21) Hand tighten the backnut onto the middle nut. Further tighten 1 to 1 ½ turns with a 27 A/F spanner while holding the middle nut with a spanner.

 

 

 

22) If the optional mounting flange is required, slide the flange over the backnut and position on the middle nut. Align the grub screw with one of the flats and tighten. If the flange is being used on a CR connector, it may also be
placed on the connector body as shown over.

 

 

23) If the optional cable clamp has been purchased, tighten the screws on the clamping bars equally until the clamping bars touch the cable. Tighten each screw a further 2-4 turns or until adequately clamped.


DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN AS THIS COULD DAMAGE THE CABLE.


If the cable clamp is being used with unarmoured cable, the connector should be earthed via the crimp with a 4mm² conductor.

 

 

 


24) Screw the cap back onto the connector. Stick the corresponding round colour coded / numbered sticker onto label in the circular space provided.
(white = 12 o’clock / Position 1)

 

 

25) The connector is now ready for hook up. Please refer to the hook up procedure.

 

 

BR PROCEDURE
1) The BR connector is supplied ready terminated with tails.
Simply fit into suitable junction box / equipment as required. To maintain the IP rating of the equipment, a sealing washer should be used (available separately) as shown below.

 

 

2) Terminate the conductors and earth wire inside the junction box / equipment.


3) The connector may also be earthed externally via the crimp with a 4mm² conductor if required.

 

 

4) The connector is now ready for hook up. Please refer to the hook up procedure.

 

HOOK UP PROCEDURE

 

WARNING:
Only the socket insert is allowed to remain energised while de-mated. If being used with bi-directional signals, isolate elswhere before connecting / disconnecting.

 

Before commencing hook up, a visual inspection should be carried out on the cable / connector assembly. The assembly should be checked to ensure that all of the assembly components are tight. If the assembly components have
loosened during transportation / cable installation, they should be retightened in accordance with the relevant assembly instruction sheets without twisting the cable in the connector assembly.

 

1) Remove connector caps.


2) Ensure the connectors are both set to the same keying position colour or numbered (no colour or number for default 12 o’clock position on BR/CR) and are of the same insert type.
It should be noted that colour coded and numbered connector bodies are mutually interchangeable.

 

 

3) Engage the CP connector with the BR / CR connector and align the keyway on the CP connector to the key on the BR / CR connector.

 

 

 

4) Engage the two connectors by screwing the engaging nut clockwise without interruption onto the BR/CR shell. If the threads will not engage, the connectors
are set to different keying positions.

 

 

5) If anti-vibration protection is required, tighten the grub screw on the CP shell.

 

 

6) To disconnect, slacken the tightened grub screw, turn the engaging nut anti-clockwise and remove the connector. Fit the caps.

 

Technical Data

InstrumEx Spec.pdf

InstrumEx Manual 20140403.pdf

InstrumEx BRO 200808XX.pdf

0.Ex Connectors Master Catalogue 20130819.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

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Hawke Power Connector, PowerEx Termination Hook up Procedure 자료

 

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오늘 이 시간에는 Hawke Power Connector, PowerEx 시리즈의 Termination Hook up Procedure 관련 자료를 소개합니다.

 

 

Hawke

PowerEx Termination Procedure

 

IMPORTANT NOTE
Hawke International does not recommend the use of their Power Connectors in applications where rigid PVC/SWA/PVC power cabling (typically to BS 6346 standards) is used in portable / semi-portable applications.


In addition, Hawke recommends that barrier type glands are fitted to flexible power and loose filled control cabling entering the connectors to maintain the Exd protection concept and to reduce the potential for core movements within the cable being transferred to the connector’s internal components. 

 

 

 

 

CP / CR PROCEDURE
1) Terminate the cable into the Exd cable gland as per the manufacturer’s instructions. Consider at this stage the relative position of the phases.

 

 

 

2) Cut the conductors to the lengths shown. (For earth conductors which are being terminated to the earth ring (see step 6) but not carried through the contact, cut back X = 100mm for all sizes, see 10 - 13)

 

 

 

3) Strip back the insulation as shown. (For all earth conductors terminated via the internal earth ring, cut back the insulation flush with the gland entry thread, see 10 - 13).

 

 

 

4) Unscrew the rear engaging nut from the CP / CR shell. Remove the rear shell, spacer tube and insert from the CP / CR shell.

 

 

5) a) CONTACT SIZES 50 - 240mm².

Remove the screws from the front of the contacts only and push the crimp lugs out of the insert.

 

 

b) CONTACT SIZES 300 – 630mm².

Remove the screw from the plastic housing and remove the contact from inside.

 

 

 

6) Remove the internal earth ring from the rear shell sub assembly by backing off the 2 grub screws on the flats. If internal earthing is not required, the internal earth ring assembly along with the fixing grub screws should be discarded.

 

 

 

7) Crimp the lugs or contacts onto the conductors

(excluding internal earth wire if being used) using suitable crimp tool. (Hawke recommend Elpress crimp tools).
Contact sizes of 185mm² and larger should be adjacently double crimped as shown.

 


 

8) Feed the conductors through the rear shell assembly and screw this onto the cable gland entry thread ensuring the sealing washer is present.

 

 

 

9) Measure the distance from the front of the rear shell to the end of the crimp lug (50 – 240mm²) or contact (300 - 630mm²). It should be as shown. If not, remove the rear shell and add or remove the spacer washers supplied to get the required length. At least 1 washer must be present to maintain IP rating.

 

 

 

Internal earth procedure (skip to step 13 if not used or you have single phase connector).


10) Slide the internal earth ring down over the conductors with the lug going over the bare earth wire.

 

 

 

 

11) Position the internal earth ring inside the rear shell and tighten the grub screws into the groove on the earth ring. Excessive force could distort rear shell.

 

 

 

 

 

12) Tighten the 2 grub screws on the internal earth lug into the earth conductor as tight as possible so that the earth wire is sufficiently clamped. If earth is to be carried through to a contact, crimp contact prior to tightening grub screws.

 

 

 

 

13) Slide the spacer tube over the conductors and onto the rear shell.

 

 

 

 

14) a) CONTACT SIZES 50 - 240mm².
Push the insert assembly fully onto the crimp lugs. The insert should push inside the spacer tube. Refit the 4 screws into the ends of the contacts. Ensure these are fully tightened.

 

 

 

 

b) CONTACT SIZES 300 – 630mm².
Push the rear retainer over the contact. Place the split tube around the contact. Slide the front contact retainer over the contact and split tube. Slide the rear contact retainer over the rear of the contact and tighten the screw fully.

 

 

 

15) Slide the CP / CR shell over the insert and line the yellow dot on the insert up with the required keying position 1 to 5 marked on the CP / CR shell.

 

 

16) Screw the rear engaging nut fully onto the CP / CR shell.
Measure the distance between the front of the rear engaging nut to the back of the engaging nut which should be no greater than the distance shown.

 

 

 

17) Tighten down the 2 grub screws on the rear engaging nut.

 

 

 

18) Terminate the equipotential external earth to the ring terminal crimp provided if applicable. Remove the button head screw, spring washer and crimp from the rear engaging nut. Crimp the external earth wire into the crimp and reassemble.

 

 

 

19) Refit the protective or flameproof cap if applicable.

 

 

 

20) The connector is now ready for installation. Please refer to the hook up procedure.

 

 

 

HOOK UP PROCEDURE
Before commencing hook up, a visual inspection should be carried out on the cable / gland / connector assembly. The assembly should be checked to ensure that all of the assembly components are tight. If the assembly  components have loosened during transportation/cable installation, they should be retightened in accordance with the relevant assembly instruction sheets without twisting the cable in the cable gland/connector assembly. No hazardous gases should be present.

 

1) Turn off the power to the connectors.


2) Ensure the connectors are both set to the same keying position number, are of the same insert type and phase orientation.

 

 

3) Engage the CP connector with the BR / CR connector and align the key on the CP connector to the keyway on the BR / CR connector.

 

 

4) Engage the two connectors by screwing the engaging nut clockwise onto the BR/CR shell. If the engaging nut will not screw on more than half a turn, then the connectors are set to different keying positions.

 

 

5) Fully tighten the engaging nut with strap wrench if necessary and then tighten the grub screw on the engaging nut.

 

 

 

6) To disconnect, turn off the power (no hazardous gases should be present), slacken the tightened grub screw, turn the engaging nut anti-clockwise and remove the connector. If power is to be put through the connectors whilst demated, then a flameproof cap (available separately) must be fitted.

 

 

Technical Data

PowerEx Spec.pdf

PowerEx Manual 20070619.pdf

0.Ex Connectors Master Catalogue 20130819.pdf

 

 

 

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Hawke Exd Connector, PowerEx 기술사양

 

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Range For Harsh and Hazardous Locations

Hazardous Area Connector

PowerEx

IECEx/ATEX Certificate 

 

Overview

The PowerEx range of connectors have been designed specifically for the extremely demanding requirements of higher power applications.

 

 

 

Inserts are available with 1 to 4 contacts with a conductor acceptance range of between 50mm2 and 630mm2 operating up to 780A and 750V as standard. Other voltages available on special request.

 

 

Tamb: -40°C to +60°C.

II2 GD Exd IIC ExtD T85.

IP66, 67

DTS01 deluge protected.

 

 

 

 

Hawke Exd Connector Range For Harsh and Hazardous Locations, PowerEx

 

Technical Data

PowerEx Spec.pdf

PowerEx Manual 20070619.pdf

 

 

 

 

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