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Action Lubrication Fluid Proof pressure Maximum operating pressure Minimum operating pressure Ambient and fluid temperature Piston speed Stroke length tolerance Cushion Mounting Allowable kinetic energy Double acting, Single rod Not required (Non-lube) Air 1.0 MPa 0.7 MPa 0.05 MPa Without auto switch: .10 to 70°C (No freezing) With auto switch: .10 to 60°C (No freezing) Rubber bumper Basic, Foot, Rod flange, Head flange, Clevis (Used for changing the port location by 90°) . A double knuckle joint pin and retaining rings are shipped together. Mounting Standard Option Rod end nut (male thread) Clevis pin Single knuckle joint Pivoting bracket Double knuckle joint (with pin) . 50 to 1000 mm/s 20 25 32 40 50 63 80 100 30 to 700 mm/s Symbol Rubber bumper Bore size (mm) 20 25 32 40 50 63 80 100 Standard stroke (mm) Note) 25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 200 25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 200, 250, 300 Note) Manufacture of intermediate strokes in 1 mm intervals is possible. (Spacers are not used.) Specifications Accessories Standard Strokes Basic Foot Rod flange Head flange Clevis Male rod end Female rod end 0.2 J 0.11 J 0.29 J 0.18 J 0.46 J 0.29 J 0.84 J 0.52 J 1.4 J 0.91 J 2.38 J 1.54 J 4.13 J 2.71 J 6.93 J 4.54 J Bore size (mm) Warning 1. Operate the cylinder within the specified cylinder speed, kinetic energy and lateral load at the rod end. Otherwise, cylinder and seal damage may occur. 2. The allowable kinetic energy is different between the cylinders with male rod end and with female rod end due to the different thread sizes. Refer to page 374. 3. When the cylinder is used as mounted with a single side fixed or free (basic type, flange type), be careful not to apply vibration or impact to the cylinder body. A bending moment will be applied to the cylinder due to the vibration generated at the stroke end, and the cylinder may be damaged. In such a case, mount a bracket to reduce the vibration of the cylinder or use the cylinder at a piston speed low enough to prevent the cylinder from vibrating at the stroke end. Furthermore, when the cylinder is moved or mounted horizontally and with a single side fixed, use a bracket to fix the cylinder. 4. When female rod end is used, use a washer, etc. to prevent the contact part at the rod end from being deformed depending on the material of the work piece. Caution 1. Do not use the air cylinder as an airhydro cylinder. This will result in oil leakage and damage the product. 2. Use a thin wrench when tightening the piston rod. 3. Check the mounting direction of the rod end nut (for male thread). Refer to Mounting Procedure on page 373 for details. 4. There are some changes in the dimensions and the specifications of this model from the conventional model. Please check them when replacing from the conventional model. Check the operating conditions and interference with workpieces before use. . Operate the cylinder within the allowable kinetic energy. Refer to page 374 for details. Mounting bracket Order Contents qty. Bore size (mm) Foot Flange Clevis Pivoting bracket CG-020- 24A CG-025- 24A CG-032- 24A CG-040- 24A CG-050- 24A CG-063- 24A CG-080- 24A CG-100- 1 24A 2 1 1 20 25 32 40 50 63 80 100 CG-L020 CG3-F020 CG-D020 CG-L025 CG3-F025 CG-D025 CG-L032 CG-F032 CG-D032 CG3-L040 CG3-F040 CG3-D040 CG-L050 CG-F050 CG-D050 CG-L063 CG-F063 CG-D063 CG-L080 CG-F080 CG-D080 CG-L100 CG-F100 CG-D100 2 foots, 8 mounting bolts 1 pivoting bracket 1 flange, 4 mounting bolts 1 clevis, 4 mounting bolts, 1 clevis pin, 2 retaining rings Mounting Brackets/Part No. Note) Order 2 foots per cylinder. + 1.4mm 0 Note) Auto switch proper mounting position (detection at stroke end) and its mounting height Minimum stroke for auto switch mounting Operating range Auto switch mounting brackets/Part no. Refer to pages 379 to 382 for cylinders with auto switches. Series CG3 -XAョ Change of rod end shape Symbol Specification Made to Order (For details, refer to page 1681.) A 372