The CableCoiler 1300 is a stand-alone, fully synchronized, high performance cable coiler for cut and strip machines. It coils all types of round cable with a maximum outer diameter of 12 mm (0.47"). Coiling diameters from 110 – 230 mm (4.33 - 9.06") and coil weights up to 10 kg (22.05 lbs.) allow for flexible production.
The CableCoiler 1300 is a stand-alone, fully synchronized, high performance cable coiler for Schleuniger cut and strip machines. The device is best suited for all types of round cables to be coiled in high quality. Thanks to only a few configuration settings, changeover time between different jobs is minimized. This way, handling even very small batch sizes can be productive. The coiling process is performed using two separate coiling stations. While the operator is unloading a completed coil from the first coiling station, the CableCoiler 1300 proceeds to coil a cable on the second station. The cable is fed via a wire diverter and guide tube to the rotating coiling pan. After the coiling process is completed, the diverter once again switches the cable feed to the alternate coiling station. The anti-slip surface on the inside of the coiling pans, in conjunction with the coiling pins, assure a controlled coiling process. After the processing machine cuts the cable, the trailing end is coiled according to the programmed parameters.
From 1,800 mm (70.86") Depending on the cable diameter
Standard: 110 - 310 mm (4.33 - 12.2")
Maximum 100 mm (3.93")
Maximum 10 kg (22 lbs.)
Standard: 8.0 u/sec (2.8 – 5.8 m/s)
PPI (fully synchronized), foot switch, emergency stop link
Lockable machine rollers, coiling pans 152/81 mm (6.0“ / 3.2“), coiling disc for fiber optic cables
230/240 VAC/50 Hz, 100/115 VAC 50/60Hz switchable
|Dimensions (L x W x H)|
700 x 750 x 1,100 mm (27.5 x 29.5 x 43.3")
47 kg (103 lbs.)
The CableCoiler 1300 fully complies with all CE and EMC equipment guidelines relative to mechanical and electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility.
Schleuniger recommends that wire samples be submitted in cases where there is doubt as to the processing capabilities of a particular machine.