PRECAUTION OF HANDLING AND OPERATING
PRECAUTION FOR OPERATING
- Do not dismantle the motor in any case
- Do not apply radial force to the screw. Do not lift, hang, push or pull the screw during usage or transport.
- Do not add any lubrication to the nut and screw. Protect the grease from being wiped off and no other grease shall be used except those from DINGS'.
- Measures should be taken to protect the leadscrew surface from dust.
- Do not drop the motor or screw during usage.
- Do not apply force or tension to the lead wire
- When using a chopper driver, please set the current (RMS) to the rated current of the motor. Overdriving is not recommended, as it could overheat the motor and cause the coils to melt/burn without initial testing.
- Operate in ambient temperatures between -22°C to +55°C.
- To get the designed lifetime, actual load should be lower than 50% of the calculated data and try to avoid the missing step or stuck. Don’t drive the motor beyond its designed stroke for captive structure. Impact, immediately stop or start should be avoided, too.
- Storage at room temperature with a relative humidity as lower than 75%, clean, well ventilated and free from corrosive gases.
PRECAUTION FOR SAFETY
- If abnormal odor, noise, smoke, overheating or vibration occurs, stop operation immediately and turn off power.
- Do not exceed the motor's rated current.
- The motor may overheat depending on load, speed, or driver used. Make sure that the temperature of the motor surface does not exceed 80°C.
- Check wire connection, driver, and phase sequence. Inappropriate connection will lead to malfunction.
- Do not bend, pull, or pinch the motor lead wires.
- Do not touch moving parts during operation.
- Disconnect motor from controller before performing dielectric withstanding voltage test or insulation test.
- Switch off the driver during inspection or maintenance of motor.