Sensing & Control PK 88142 a Honeywell Division MODULAR PARTS Installation and adjusting instructions complete switch = operating head + base receptacle + switch body LZ metal-enclosed switches PK 88142 Complete Switch Description Operating Head Only LZA1 Side Rotary LZZ1A LZC1 Top Plain Plunger LZZ1C MOUNTING LZD1 Top Roller Plunger, roller parallel to mounting surface LZZ1D LZV1 Adjustable Top Plunger LZZ1V LZ may be mounted without unplugging the LZE1 Side Plain Plunger LZZ1E body from the base receptacle. Use two M5 or LZF1 Side Roller Plunger, roller parallel to mounting surface LZZ1F 10 screws that are at least 32mm (1.25 in.) LZG1 Side Roller Plunger, roller perpendicular to mounting surface LZZ1G LZZ1W long. A third mounting screw may be used by LZW1 Adjustable Side Plunger LZZ1H LZH1 Side Palm Plunger removing the knockout in the lower right LZZ1M-6C LZL1-6C Side Lever with lever bracket corner. Refer to Figure 1. REPLACEMENT LEVERS FOR WIRING SIDE ROTARY Up to 3mm or AWG12 wire may be used for Description Catalog Listing To order replacement levers, wiring to the self-lifting pressure plate-type Body with basic switch (Buna-N seal) LZZ21 order the same part number as screw terminals. Maximum width of spade Body with basic switch (Fluorocarbon seal) LZZ22 that which is metal stamped on Base Receptacle LZZ41 connectors or diameter of ring connectors is Adapter Plate LZZ42 either the lever or lever hub. For 8mm (.312 in.). A ground terminal, which is Lever bracket (without lever) LZZ43 other variations of levers, refer colored green for easy identification, also has Lever arm for above to Heavy Duty LS in Catalog 40. self-lifting pressure plate-type construction Nylon roller LZZ56C Steel roller LZZ56D (refer to Figure 1.). Boot for plungers LZZ44 After wiring, securely tighten the captive Plastic wobble stick LZZ57B Spring wire wobble stick LZZ57M screws in the plug-in unit for effective seal- 1 inch buttons ing. Also plug conduit opening with sealant to Black PWMZ22 ensure proper sealing. Red PWMZ23 Yellow PWMZ25 1 inch buttons ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS Black PWMZ32 Red PWMZ33 Actuator Head Yellow PWMZ35 All LZ actuator heads can be positioned in any of four directions. Loosen the four cap- tive head screws, place the head in the desired MICRO SWITCH WORLDWIDE SALES AND position, and securely tighten the screws. SERVICE Refer to Figure 2. MICRO SWITCH serves its customer through Top Roller Plunger a worldwide network of sales offices and dis- Position the top roller plunger in the desired tributors. For application assistance, pricing plane by locating the head as outlined under or name of nearest Authorized Distributor, Actuator Head. contact a nearby MICRO SWITCH sales office. Or, write MICRO SWITCH, Freeport, POSITIONING LEVER OF ROTARY TYPE Illinois 61032 phone 815/235-6600. The lever on rotary switches is adjustable to While we provide application assistance on any angular position through 360. Levers MICRO SWITCH products, personally and are reversible, they can also be shifted axially through our literature, it is up to the customer through approximately 3,2mm (.125 in.) on to determine the suitability of the product in the shaft. To adjust, or to assemble to switch, his application. loosen the screw with a 9/64 hexagon key wrench, move the lever to the desired posi- tion, and securely tighten the screw. The lever should be tightened until theteller ta can no longer be moved by hand. Hex key wrenches are provided in adjusting tool set LSZ4005. PK 8814 2 880 PRINTED IN USAPK 88142 PK 88142 SIDE ROTARY TYPE SIDE LEVER BRACKET TYPE CHANGING ACTUATION DIRECTION POSITIONING THE SIDE LEVER BRACKET REVERSING THE ROLLER LEVER ARM ON ROTARY TYPE The side lever bracket can be placed in any of Roller arms may be reversed to face the roller four positions. When combined with the four Rotary switches may be adjusted to operate to the inside or outside of the arm (refer to possible head positions, this makes for 16 clockwise, counterclockwise, or both. Instruc- Figure 7). It is recommended that the lever of possible positions for this type. Remove the tions are cast into the head (Figure 4). Follow side lever bracket forms be adjusted within lever with a 5/32 inch hexagon key wrench. these steps: the parameters shown in Figure 7. Use a 5/32 Loosen three captive bracket screws, place hexagon key wrench. 1. Loosen the four captive head screws and the bracket in the desired position, and remove head from switch housing. securely tighten the screws (refer to Figure 2. Switches are assembled with the plunger 6). set for both way operation. (See drawing Figure 4.) Both way actuation: plunger point in twelve o clock position (towards the actuator). To change mode of operation pull the spring loaded plunger outward with pli- ers to the stop. With plunger, pulled turn the point in the direction of operation required. Clockwise actuation only: turn clock- wise to three o clock position. Counterclockwise actuation only: turn counterclockwise to nine o clock posi- tion. 3. Release plunger, it will snap into the head into a locked position. 4 . Replace operating head on switch hous- ing and securely tighten screws. 5 . Check for desired operation by actuating switch and listening forclic. HEX HEAD SCREWS If you prefer to loosen and tighten the lever with a pliers or a screwdriver, a packet of 50 hex head screws, with screwdriver slot, is WOBBLE STICK ACTUATOR TYPE available separately (catalog listin g 15PA164-LS) to replace the allen head screw REPLACING THE WOBBLE STICK furnished with the lever. To remove a wobble stick, firmly grasp the Adjusting tool set LSZ4005 consists of one wobble stick with a pair of pliers at the base of special 3/32 inch open wrench and necessary the wobble stick. (Figure 8, View A.) Turn the hexagon key wrenches to adjust all types of wobble stick counterclockwise to unscrew it. levers. To attach a wobble stick, start threading the actuator to the head by hand. Then firmly grasp the wobble stick with a pair of pliers as shown in Figure 8, View B. Turn the wobble stick clockwise to within 1/8 inch of the end of the threads.