Description: cables, and other loads. The Torque Reel (Retractor) increases its spring tension the further you pull the cable out. The "Balance Reel" provides continuous spring tension no matter how much cable is pulled out.
- Load Capacity: 2.2 to 4.4 lbs
- Type: Reel
- Power Source: Spring
- Retractor Mounting: Suspension Hook
Supplier: Mountz, Inc.
Description: Lightweight & compact Easy to adjust tension by using handle. Adjustable cable stop. 360º top swivel. Provision for safety cable.
- Load Capacity: 2.2 to 6.6 lbs
- Travel / Reach: 79 inch
- Type: Reel
- Power Source: Spring
Supplier: Grainger Industrial Supply
Description: Tool Retractor, Series BD, Cable Length 6.0 Ft, For Tool Weighing 0.5-1.5 Lbs, Flush Housing, Hand Windable Spring Tension Adjustment Knob, Galvanized Steel Cable Material, Rounded Edges, Depth 4 In, Height 9 1/4 In, Width 2 7/8 In, Reel Weight 1.00 Lb, 270 Pound Test Cable, Includes Adjustable
Supplier: ASG Division, Jergens, Inc.
Description: A tool balancer or positioner assists in preventing operator fatigue. It also adds to the convenience of the operator.
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A retractor , such as a spring -loaded reel , can also be included to facilitate keeping the dispensing valve device close to the ice chest when not in use.
important further refinement was the development of the emergency locking retractor , which allows only as much belt as is needed to be paid out and the rest is stored on a reel . Spring tension and an inertial sensor locks the belt in the event of a collision while allowing...
An automated tether management system for microgravity extravehicular activities
...is activated, the shaft remains stationary, the clutch does not engage, and the reel is permitted to... Spring retraction and a friction brake provide the retractor with passive behavior, which is designed to be identical to existing retractable safety tethers A spiral spring, not shown in the figure, provides a relatively constant tether retraction force of approximately 0.5...
Testing and evaluation of an automated tether management system for microgravity extravehicular activities
The tether wound well on the reel without a winding guide, although capacity was lower than desired. A weaker retractor spring is needed for slower retraction, but the maximumspeed of the motor is well within design requirements.
Assessment of Timely Lockup of Web-Sensing Restraint Retractors
At the locking threshold, the radial force on the cam overcomes the cam spring and the cam actuates a secondary locking pawl on the reel (Figure 3). Figure 3 Differential lag web-sensing retractor .
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The other end extends over the deflecting-fitting to the retractor while one end of the belt is attached to the vehicle today mostly to the seat frame (possibly with height versteller) (automaton), and is wound there on the belt coil . The belt by the prevention of the belt coil is unwound and wound by the reclining with aid of a wrap spring again to allow the occupant a maximum freedom of movement.
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When building a replacement rig for a global seatbelt manufacturer they used a highly sensitive transducer from Sensor Technology instead of a standard one, which highlighted previously undetected large torque oscillations within the spring retractor mechanism. " A motor rotates the reel spindle through 15 turns and back, simulating the extraction and retraction of...
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Retraction control of motorized seat belt system with linear state observer
...of DC motor, rad/s �?�m: Angle of DC motor, rad r: Radius of reel , m �?�: Gear... Development of pre-crash safety system using motorized seat belt [C]// Spring Conference, Jeongseon, 2004, 4... Driving mechanism design of a motorized seatbelt retractor [C]// KSME Conference, Muju, 2006: 2951–2956.