Lincoln® Quicklub QLS 311 For Oil Back Valve Remote Control SSV6 Valve Type
The QLS 301/311 for Remote Control allows customers to be in control of the lubrication process. The 24 VDC models monitor system cycling with a proximity switch. An external timer or PLC controls the interval between lube cycles. The 120 VAC models have no cycle monitoring and are on/off controlled by the user's external timer or PLC. The minimum pause time requirements should be followed when setting up the external controller.
Compact pre-assembled pump and metering valve work with customer's PLCs, no need for separate controller.
For oil QLS 311
Works between -10°F and 158°F allowing operation in many environments
- 24 VDC - 120 VAC - 50/60 Hz
- 24 VDC/1.0 A - 120 VAC/1.0 A
- -10°F to 158°F/-25°C to 70°C
Number of Outlets
6, 8, 12 or 18
Minimum Pause Time
4 min. DC models/20 min. AC models
Maximum Operating Time
25 min. DC models/15 min. AC models
Maximum Operating Pressure
- Grease: 3000 psi/205 bar - Oil: 1160 psi/80 bar
Output per Outlet & Cycle
approx. 0.012"/approx. 0.2 cm.
up to NLGI 2 grease or oil with at least 40cSt.
12.5 lbs./5.7 kg.
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