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- Passed for the 20,000 open/close private cycle test
- Free Stop
- Hinge is completely hidden when the door is closed.
Torque decreases as the opening angle increases, making easier to open the lid (refer to "Torque Curve" at the lower left).
Use with top-opening lids (opening angle 0 degrees~100 degrees) (free stop range).
Non-friction torque type also available
- —Operating temperature: 0°C–40°C
- Recommended Screw
- —Countersunk head tapping screw 4 or Countersunk head screw M4
—Be sure to read the "Cautions".
—Torque changes with the opening angle (refer to "Torque Curve" at the lower left).
—When selecting, ensure that the maximum torque of lid (door) is less than half of the torque at the hinge closed position (see the table below).
—Set a stopper in the Range where torque is not effective (refer to "Free Stop Range" at the left)
—When installing, ensure that both hinge shafts are levelled and aligned.
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