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Bulletin 808

Speed Switches

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Bulletin 808 with Lockout Solenoid and 4-Point Flange Mounting

Lockout Solenoid Assembly (Optional)

Coil Terminals (Each Side) Speed Adjusting Screws (Each Side) Contact Block Assembly Terminals (Each Side)

Conduit Entrance (Each Side)

Die Cast Aluminum Enclosure Base Mounting Bracket

Removal Contact Jumper

Optional Conduit Entrance (Not Shown)

Bulletin 808 Base Mounting With Cover Removed and Lockout Cover Sectioned to Show Interior

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Description
Product Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Technical Data Theory of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Typical Control Circuits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ambient Temperature Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lockout Solenoid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shaft Loading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Typical Torque and Temperature Rise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Contact Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Contact Wiring Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Description
Ordering Information How to Order . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Catalog Number Explanation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Factory Set Speed Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Speed Switches Style J — Low Speed Switches, N.O. Contacts . . . . . . . . . . Style K — Low Speed Switches, N.C. Contacts . . . . . . . . . . Style M — High Speed Switches, N.O. Contacts . . . . . . . . . Style R — High Speed Switches, N.C. Contacts . . . . . . . . . . Modifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Reference Information UL and CSA Numbers page 14-8. Conversion Factors Catalog page Important-2. Enclosure information Catalog page Important-8.

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and 7 & 9 D Variety of mounting arrangements D Optional lockout solenoid D 50 to 1000 RPM adjustment range for contact operation Style R D Normally closed contacts D 2000 RPM maximum shaft speed D Type 1.Bulletin 808 Speed Switches Product Overview Description Bulletin 808 Speed Switches are pilot devices used for detecting speed or direction of rotation. electrical power distribution. They can be used to sequence conveyor systems where one conveyor must be in motion before additional conveyors are started. A speed switch with normally open contacts is used in conjunction with a contactor or starter wired to reverse the field windings of a squirrel cage motor. to sense the approximate speed of a rotating shaft. The motor. and can determine if belts or couplings break. 4 & 13. The device with normally open or normally closed contacts can be used. Application examples include: D Conveyors D Vertical Lift Equipment Direction of Rotation — detects direction of shaft rotation. achieve zero speed by employing the millisecond decay of the electromagnetic fields of the Style J D Normally open contacts D 1200 RPM maximum shaft speed D Type 1. 4 & 13. by a designated method. for example. in an appropriate circuit. the device. the device will not allow reversing or apply braking. when wired for plugging applications. and 7 & 9 D Variety of mounting arrangements D Optional lockout solenoid D 50 to 1000 RPM adjustment range for contact operation Type 7 & 9 Typical Industrial Applications Plugging — stops a motor quickly. When properly set. and 7 & 9 D Variety of mounting arrangements D Optional lockout solenoid D 15 to 80 RPM adjustment range for contact operation Style J and K — Low Speed Switches Style M and R — High Speed Switches Style M D Normally open contacts D 2000 RPM maximum shaft speed D Type 1. and 7 & 9 D Variety of mounting arrangements D Optional lockout solenoid D 15 to 80 RPM adjustment range for contact operation Type 1. and will not sense zero shaft speed. when properly adjusted to given conditions. Bulletin 808 Speed Switches are used in many types of applications. Changing the ratio of the driven shaft to the speed switch shaft using. which can wear. Speed switches are supplied as standard with a sealed outboard bearing and an additional external seal. 4 & 13 reversing starter and motor. Normally open or normally closed contacts can be used depending upon the requirements of the circuit. In plugging applications. until the machine has reached a safe speed. that can leak. Applications D Machine Tools D Large Conveyors D Punch Presses D Material Lift Over/Under Speed D Fan Rotation D Pump Operation Style K D Normally closed contacts D 1200 RPM maximum shaft speed D Type 1. The external seal reduces the effects of contaminants and increases the life of the device. 4 & 13. They can be used with automatic starters arranged for plugging duty on squirrel cage motors. 4 & 13. Speed Switches are not designed to sense shaft speeds below 15 RPM. or hydraulic coupling. These switches feature easy speed setting adjustments. The switch can indicate the direction of movement of a conveyor by monitoring the rotation of a suitably driven shaft. Speed switches can also be used with fans and pumps to verify shaft rotation and direction. Application examples include: D Pump Rotation D Ventilating Fans 14-2 . Bulletin 808 Speed Switches. A speed switch with normally closed contacts is wired into a suitable circuit. Application examples include: D Punch Press Flywheels D Large Machining Tables Speed Sensing — detects approximate shaft speed. The device can be wired into a circuit to sense clockwise or counterclockwise shaft rotation. and and machine must be designed to handle sudden stopping. Allen-Bradley Bulletin 808 Speed Switches use magnetic coupling rather than mechanical coupling. will provide the control circuit logic to apply reverse energy to the motor to reach zero speed. Application examples include: D Milling Machines D Drill Presses D Lathes Anti-Plugging — allows a machine to coast until it reaches a safe speed. a larger pulley on the drive shaft and smaller on the speed switch shaft can enable the device to sense a lower shaft speed as the switch will be driven at a higher speed.

the contact set speed (the speed at which the contacts operate) will be at a higher RPM than the speed where the contacts reset (return to their normal position) on decreasing RPM. Then the reverse conFigure 2 Typical Control Circuits L1 Stop Start F1 Rev. as the shaft speed is decreased. Operation is as follows: Pushing “START” energizes coil “M1” to start the first conveyor and closes the normally open contact.Bulletin 808 Speed Switches Technical Data Theory of Operation When the shaft of a speed switch is rotated. The contacts close and will remain closed as the shaft speed increases to its normal value. These currents produce an electromagnetic torque proportional to the shaft speed. Figure 1 Operating Mechanism Ambient Temperature Range Temperatures below 32_F (0_C) are based on the absence of freezing moisture. FORWARD PLUGGING R F OL’s L2 FORWARD L1 Stop CONVEYOR SEQUENCING Start M1 For. the speed switch contact closes. Normally closed contact “F2” opens the circuit so the reverse coil does not energize. As the shaft speed increases. Stop ANTI-PLUGGING For. Rev. The difference in these contact operating values is called the differential. When the first conveyor reaches the preset speed set- ting of the speed switch. When the motor speed decreases to the preset speed setting of the speed switch. a magnetic induction linkage operates a contact. energizing coil “M2” to start the second conveyor. which produces a rotational torque on the cup in the same direction as the shaft rotation. water. The circuit is used where damage would result from a sudden reversal of power. and one contact for counterclockwise operation. the motor runs forward. M1 OL’s OL’s L2 L1 Rev. Operation of a device with normally closed contacts is similar. Conveyor Sequencing — circuit shown in Figure 2 is a control circuit for conveyor sequencing. Pushing “STOP” drops out coils “M1” and “M2”. When the shaft (1) rotates. As the shaft speed increases. the field of the magnet (2) induces eddy currents in the copper cup (3). Temperature ranges are as follows: Operating: -22_F to 150_F (-30_C to 66_C) Storage: -22_F to 200_F (-30_C to 93_C) Typical Control Circuits Forward Plugging — circuit shown in Figure 2 is a typical control circuit for forward direction plugging with optional lockout protection. or other fluids that may solidify and impede contact operation of the control. See Figure 1 for a simplified view of the operating mechanism of a Speed Switch with normally open contacts. The cup engages a contact operating lever (4) to activate the contacts. Operation is as follows: Pushing “START” energizes the forward coil and closes normally open contact “F1”. When the torque has increased enough to overcome an opposing adjustable spring force (5). Pushing “STOP” drops out the forward contact. the moveable contact (6) is forced against the stationary contact (7). F R R F F R OL’s L2 14-3 . stopping the conveyors. a speed is reached where the spring force again exceeds the operating torque and the contacts return to their normal position. Bulletin 808 contacts keep the reverse circuit open until the motor has coasted to a preset speed. Anti-Plugging — circuit shown in Figure 2 is a typical anti-plugging control circuit. M2 Rev. Similarly. The forward contact on the speed switch closes. 808 R REVERSE tactor or starter is energized and the motor is plugged. F2 For. One contact is provided for clockwise operation. the contact opens and drops out the reverse contactor. For. the operating torque will also increase.

Adjustment The contact operating speed is easily adjusted with two external adjustment screws. the Bulletin 808 can be equipped with a lockout solenoid. 25 lbs. After the speed switch has reached normal operating temperature.75 0. Mounting The Type 1. A “V” belt is not recommended for plugging applications. a timing belt may be used. In speed sensing or direction of motion applications. Maximum Shaft Loading Enclosure Type 1. There must be a positive coupling between the Bulletin 808 and machine. To guard against this.12 0. These devices are also available without mounting bracket for direct mounting. The driven speed can be higher than the adjustable range speed. Changes in inertia (WR2) of moving equipment may require readjustment of the set points.6 Voltamperes Make 3600 3600 3600 3600 Break 360 360 360 360 Maximum Voltage 115 125 115-125 230 250 230-250 — Ampere 0 12 0. 20 lbs. flexible couplings are recommended and available from local Power Transmission Equipment Distributors. or timing belts can be used if it is not possible to mount a flexible coupling. which mechanically restrains the contacts from operating unless the lockout coil is energized.08 — Contact Wiring Configurations Normally Open Contacts Normally Closed Contacts 14-4 . an accidental turn of the shaft may close the Bulletin 808 contacts that jog or start the motor. The maximum values are listed in the Maximum Shaft Loading table below. 3-point flange mounting and 4-point flange mounting. in. Mounting brackets can be assembled at the factory. one for each set of contacts. reducing false contact operation under severe shock and vibration.5 6 Break 3. 4 & 13 enclosure is available in three types of mounting brackets. chains. shortened bearing life may result. the screw is turned to adjust the contact operating speed.00 1. or ordered separately as accessories. Shaft Loading If the radial and axial shaft loading values are exceeded. but must not exceed the maximum shaft operating speed. Maximum Axial Loads (Thrust Loads) 20 lbs. A “V” belt is not recommended. Typical Torque and Temperature Rise Characteristics Contact Opening Range RPM 15-80 50-1000 Shaft Operating Speed Maximum RPM 1200 2000 Driving Torque Maximum lb. To order Lockout Solenoid. However. Gears. A rigid coupling should not be used.Bulletin 808 Speed Switches Technical Data Lockout Solenoid In some applications. Installation For greatest accuracy. Proper belt tension must be maintained to keep slippage at a minimum. Maximum Radial Loads 50 lbs. This will provide the torque to hold the contacts in the desired position. This feature is available factory mounted or in kit form. They are base mounting. see page 14-8. 4 & 13 Type 7 & 9 Note: Timing belt tension must not exceed 25 pounds.50 0. the Bulletin 808 shaft should be driven at the highest available speed within its maximum operating speed. It is recommended that the continuous driven speed be at least two times the speed at which the contacts are set to operate. The Type 7 & 9 enclosure is available with base mounting only. 6 6 Temperature Rise (Maximum RPM) Degrees Fahrenheit 120 140 Contact Ratings — NEMA B600 AC Maximum AC Voltage 120 240 480 600 DC Continuous Carrying Current 5 5 5 5 Amperes Make 30 15 7.

See page 14-8. . . . (Optional. . . . . Step 4: Factory Options — Factory set speed switches. .) Style of Device: (Styles J. . . .) Mounting Arrangements: 1 = Base 2 = 3-Point Flange 3 = 4-Point Flange 4 = Direct Mounting (Less Bracket) Factory Set Speed Switches To order factory set speed switches. . . . . How to Order Step 1: Basic Device — Select a catalog number for the basic device. . . See page 14-5. . . . . add the appropriate modification suffix codes to the catalog number. . . Accessories are ordered as separate catalog numbers. M and R) Lockout Solenoid Modification selected from Modifications table. . 808– K 1 LA1 W5 Bulletin Number Modification to basic device selected from Modifications table. order accessories as separate catalog numbers. If modifications are required. . Step 2: Modifications — If required. . . Step 3: Accessories — If required. See page 14-8. . . 14-5 . . . .) Catalog Number Explanation Note: Catalog numbers must not include blank spaces. . REF: Set to open (or close) at ______ RPM on increasing (or decreasing) speed. . For pricing consult your Master Price List or your nearest Allen-Bradley Sales Office. . . . See pages 14-6 and 14-7. . . . .Bulletin 808 Speed Switches Ordering Information Ordering Bulletin 808 Speed Switches When ordering Bulletin 808 Speed Switches. See page 14-8. . . K. see page 14-8. select a catalog number for the device that meets your application requirements. . . . . . (See below. . . . add the appropriate modification suffix code(s) to the catalog number of the basic device. . specify the information listed below. . Note: Open or close and increasing or decreasing must be specified. . Note: Lockout solenoid can be ordered as a factory installed modification or as an accessory in kit form. . . (Optional. . . See page 14-8. . . .

Bulletin 808 Speed Switches Style J and K – Low Speed Switches + Style J Type 1. Contacts Mounting Arrangement Base 3-Point Flange 4-Point Flange Less Bracket — Range of Adjustment for Contact Operation RPM – 15-80 ˜ 15-80 ˜ 15-80 ˜ 15-80 ˜ Maximum Shaft Operating p g Speed p RPM 1200 1200 1200 1200 Type 1. N. 4 & 13 With Base Mounting Style K Type 1. N. rather than the standard horizontal plane. 4. 4 & 13 With 3-Point Flange Mounting Style J — Low Speed. ˜ When mounting speed switch with the adjusting screws in a vertical plane. Contacts Mounting Arrangement Base 3-Point Flange 4-Point Flange Less Bracket — Range of Adjustment for Contact Operation RPM – 15-80 ˜ 15-80 ˜ 15-80 ˜ 15-80 ˜ Maximum Shaft Operating p g Speed p RPM 1200 1200 1200 1200 Type 1.C.O. & 13 Enclosure Catalog Number 808-K1 808-K2 808-K3 808-K4 8 Type 7 & 9 Enclosure Catalog Number 808-K17 — — — 8 – The continuous driven speed should be at least two times the speed at which the contacts are set to operate. 4. 14-6 8 Prices – Consult Sales Office or price list . but must not exceed the maximum shaft operating speed. — For direct mounting or with mounting accessory bracket. & 13 Enclosure Catalog Number 808-J1 808-J2 808-J3 808-J4 8 Type 7 & 9 Enclosure Catalog Number 808-J17 — — — 8 Style K — Low Speed. This driven speed can be higher than the range indicated. the minimum adjustable speed is 20 RPM.

Contacts Mounting Arrangement Base 3-Point Flange 4-Point Flange Less Bracket — Range of Adjustment for Contact Operation RPM – 50–1000 50–1000 50–1000 50–1000 Maximum Shaft Operating p g Speed p RPM 2000 2000 2000 2000 Type 1. Contacts Mounting Arrangement Base 3-Point Flange 4-Point Flange Less Bracket — Range of Adjustment for Contact Operation RPM – 50–1000 50–1000 50–1000 50–1000 Maximum Shaft Operating p g Speed p RPM 2000 2000 2000 2000 Type 1.Bulletin 808 Speed Switches Style M and R – High Speed Switches Style M Type 1. 4.O. 4 & 13 With 4-Point Flange Mounting Style R Type 1. — For direct mounting or with mounting accessory bracket. 8 Prices – Consult Sales Office or price list 14-7 . This driven speed can be higher than the range indicated. 4 & 13 Without Mounting Bracket Style M — High Speed. & 13 Enclosure Catalog Number 808-R1 808-R2 808-R3 808-R4 8 Type 7 & 9 Enclosure Catalog Number 808-R17 — — — 8 – The continuous driven speed should be at least two times the speed at which the contacts are set to operate.C. & 13 Enclosure Catalog Number 808-M1 808-M2 808-M3 808-M4 8 Type 7 & 9 Enclosure Catalog Number 808-M17 — — — 8 Style R — High Speed. N. N. 4. but must not exceed the maximum shaft operating speed.

38” (35 mm) permitting mounting the speed switch directly to an end bell housing. add Suffix Code “X1” to the basic catalog number. an additional opening at the bottom can be supplied. Omitting the external seal will increase the usable shaft length from 1. Add suffix codes to the catalog number in descending order.05” (26. add suffix code “W5” to the end of the catalog number after all other modifications. an accidental turn of the shaft may close the contacts and jog or start the motor. 14-8 8 Prices – Consult Sales Office or price list . Example: to order a Lockout Solenoid Kit for a device operating at 110/120V AC. Loc. Coil Voltage AC 24 110/120 208 220/240 440/480 550/600 Hertz 60 50/60 60 50/60 50/60 50/60 Suffix Code LA24 LA1 LA20 LA2 LA4 LA6 8 Suffix Code 8 W5 Suffix Code X1 8 Ordering Accessories Accessories are ordered as separate catalog numbers. add the appropriate lockout solenoid suffix code (see Lockout Solenoid table under Modifications) to Catalog Number 808-N . l id which hi h mechanically restrains the contacts from operating until the lockout coil is energized energized. To order device without the external seal. 50/60 Hz. To guard against this. Speed Switch without External Shaft Bearing Seal Description The external bearing seal can be omitted at the factory if it causes mechanical mounting interference. To order.) LR1234 Class 3218-02 3211-03 Bulletin 808 E10314 (Haz. o erating order select a suffix code to identify the operating voltage and frequency of the lockout coil. Accessories Replacement Bearing Seal Catalog Number 808-N5 8 Mounting Brackets Type Base Mounting 3-Point Flange 4-Point Flange Catalog Number 808-N1 808-N2 808-N3 8 Lockout Solenoid Kit Description To order a Lockout Solenoid Kit.) 8 File and Guide Numbers UL File Number Guide Number NOIV NKCR CSA File Number LR11924 (Haz. Loc. Add the suffix code to the catalog number before any other modifications.) E14840 Hazardous Location Enclosure not CE compliant. the complete Catalog Number is 808-NLA1. To order.Bulletin 808 Speed Switches Modifications and Accessories Ordering Modifications Modifications are ordered by adding the appropriate modification suffix code to the catalog number of the basic device. Bulletin 808 S Speed d Switches S i h can b be equipped i d with i hal lockout k solenoid. Catalog Number 808-N (Catalog number must include a lockout solenoid suffix code. In some a lications. Note: Not available for Type 7 & 9 enclosures.7 mm) to 1. Select the appropriate accessories from the tables below. Speed Switch with Bottom Conduit Opening Description In addition to the standard conduit openings on each side. Modifications Lockout Solenoid Description applications.

19 (4.6) Base Mounting Catalog Number 2.88 (22.8) 0. (3.88 (123. Mounting Holes – If lockout solenoid is used.72 (43. 3.44 808-J4L 808-K4 (87. 4 & 13: 7-1/2 lbs. this dimension would be 1-3/8 (34.1) 3.5 -NPT Dia.(5.7) 0.4) 0.88 (98.1) 1.4 kg).16 (4.6) 1.8) 1.4) 0.000 0.05 (26. Without With Lockout Solenoid Lockout Solenoid – 808-J4 3.9) R.2) 2.33 (8.031 (76.3) Dia. (4.6) — 0. — If speed switch is without the external shaft bearing seal (suffix “W5”). Type 7 & 9: 10 lbs.9) 4.25 (6.88 (47.Bulletin 808 Speed Switches Dimension Drawings — Listed by Enclosure Type Approximate Dimensions and Shipping Weights Dimensions in inches (millimeters). Pipe Tap (12.03 (77) Dia.25 (0.7) pipe tap in the center of the enclosure bottom on the same center line as the pipe tap at the side.5 (12.5 kg) D With lockout solenoid: Type 1.5 (12.4) 0.88 (22.81 (71.63 (41.2) 0. ˜ Bulletin 808 Speed Switches with a suffix “X1” added to the catalog number are equipped with a 1/2 (12. Pipe Tap (12.9).6) 0. Approximate Shipping Weights: D Without lockout solenoid: Type 1.64) Dia.1) 4 (101.31 (7. see dotted portion of Figure 1 for dimensions.4) 2.88 (47.7) Without Lockout Solenoid 808-J1 808-K1 808-M1 808-R1 With Lockout Solenoid – 808-J1L 808-K1L 808-M1L 808-R1L 1.41 (86.5) Deep +.7) (Both Sides) 0.8) Outside Adjustment #10-32 Hex. (2.5 (88.2) 4.7) Less Mounting Bracket Catalog Number 3.5) Dia.6 (15.69 (17.5) 0.19 (55. 4 & 13: 6 lbs.4) Length Of Flat Keyway For #605 Woodruff Key #10-32 Tap 4 Holes Equally Spaced 0.91 (124.31 (58.6) 0. Type 1. Type 7 & 9: 11-1/2 lbs. Socket Head Adjusting Screw Figure 1 45° 3.5 -NPT Dia.4) 1.91 (48.99) 3.6) 0. & 13 3.38 (9.7) (When Specified) ˜ Figure 2 1.44 (11. Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.88 (22.001 Dia. 0. Pin (Removable Locating Pins) 0.7 kg).19 (4.6) 0.6250 –. 0.3) 808-K4L 808-M4 808-M4L 808-R4 1.3) 0.88 (98.2 kg) 14-9 . 4.06 808-R4L (27) 1 (25.

17 (27) 0.27 (83) Dia.63 (168.4) ÈÈ ÈÈ ÈÈ ÈÈ ÈÈ 5.19 (4. Figure 3 4.88 (22. 0.19 (80.91 (23) 2.66 (42.25 (133.590 (15) 2 (50.2) 2.5 (12.6) Dia.88 (98.7) 1.63 (168.19 (30.81 (122.2) 0.4) Dia.25 (6.25 (108) 1.4) 1/ -14 NPT Dia.63 (15.8) 2. 45° 4 (101.8) Approximate Shipping Weights Without lockout solenoid – 10 lbs.75 (69.2) 6.41 (61.3) 0. Type 7 & 9 Figure 5 0. Figure 4 3.19 (80.75 (69.8) 2.7) 1.69 (17.1) Dia.88 (22.94 (201.8) 1. Mounting Slots 1 (25.7) R.7) Pipe Plug 1.5) Flange Mounting (3 Point) Catalog Number Without With Lockout Solenoid Lockout Solenoid – 808-J2 808-J2L 808-K2 808-K2L 808-M2 808-M2L 808-R2 808-R2L 30° 30° Approximate Shipping Weights 2.03 (26. Mounting Holes 0.Bulletin 808 Speed Switches Dimension Drawings — Listed by Enclosure Type Approximate Dimensions and Shipping Weights Dimensions in inches (millimeters).72 (94.5 (12. 1.63 (66. Pin 0.17 (55) R.75 (146) 3. 45° 4.84 (21.1) 4.5) 0. Pipe Tap 2 (When Specified) 14-10 .5 (12.8) Without lockout solenoid – 6 lbs. With lockout solenoid – 7-1/2 lbs.9) 0.6) 3.2) Dia.1) 6.7) Approximate Shipping Weights Without lockout solenoid – 6 lbs.4) 2.3) 0.25 (6. 3. – If lockout solenoid is used.2) 0.9)Dia.31 (58.9) External Adjusting Screws Keyway For #605 Woodruff Key 0.88 (73) 5.4) 3.31 (84.3 (109. see dotted portion of Figure 1 (on previous page) for dimensions. With lockout solenoid – 7-1/2 lbs. Mounting Holes 2.2) 3.13 (28.2) Dia.69 (42.9) Base Mounting 7. With lockout solenoid – 11-1/2 lbs. 3 (76.4) Flange Mounting (4 Point) Catalog Number Without With Lockout Solenoid Lockout Solenoid – 808-J3 808-J3L 808-K3 808-K3L 808-M3 808-M3L 808-R3 808-R3L 0.6) Catalog Number Without Lockout Solenoid 808-J17 808-K17 808-M17 808-R17 With Lockout Solenoid 808-J17L 808-K17L 808-M17L 808-R17L 0. Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.63 (15.