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E3Z The New Standard for Compact, Long-range Photoelectric Sensors Conserves Energy and Natural Resources Long sensing distance
Compact Photoelectric Sensor with Built-in Amplifier E3Z The New Standard for Compact, Long-range Photoelectric Sensors Conserves Energy and Natural Resources Long sensing distance of 15 m for Through-beam Models, 4 m for Retro-reflective Models, and 1 m for Diffusereflective Models. Unique algorithm minimizes external interference from inverter fluorescent lighting. Conserves energy and represents ongoing efforts aimed at eliminating materials containing lead. Provides a high degree of protection (IP67), IP67f oil resistance, mutual interference prevention, and EN standard compliance. Mechanical axis and optical axis offset always less than ±2.5° greatly simplifies optical axis alignment. Be sure to read Safety Precautions on page 9. Ordering Information Sensors Red light Sensing method Appearance Connection method NPN output *5 E3Z-T61 E3Z-T61 *6 15 m E3Z-T66 E3Z-T66 Connector (M8, 4 pins) Pre-wired (2 m) *3 PNP output E3Z-T81 E3Z-T81 E3Z-T86 E3Z-T86 E3Z-T61A E3Z-T61A *5 10 m Connector (M8, 4 pins) Through-beam Model Sensing distance Pre-wired (2 m) *3, *4 Infrared light E3Z-T81A E3Z-T81A E3Z-T66A E3Z-T66A E3Z-T86A E3Z-T86A Pre-wired (2 m) *3 E3Z-T62 E3Z-T62 E3Z-T82 E3Z-T82 Connector (M8, 4 pins) E3Z-T67 E3Z-T67 E3Z-T87 E3Z-T87 E3Z-T62-G0 E3Z-T62-G0 E3Z-T82-G0 E3Z-T82-G0 E3Z-T67-G0 E3Z-T67-G0 E3Z-T87-G0 E3Z-T87-G0 E3Z-T61K E3Z-T61K E3Z-T81K E3Z-T81K E3Z-T61K-M3J E3Z-T61K-M3J E3Z-T81K-M3J E3Z-T81K-M3J 30m Pre-wired (2 m) *3 Connector (M8, 4 pins) Pre-wired (2 m) Oil-resistive Throughbeam Retro-reflective with MSR function Oil-resistive Retro-reflective with MSR function 15 m Pre-wired Connector (M8, 4 pins) *1 4 m *2 E3Z-R61 E3Z-R61 Connector (M8, 4 pins) (100 mm) E3Z-R66 E3Z-R66 E3Z-R86 E3Z-R86 E3Z-R61K E3Z-R61K E3Z-R81K E3Z-R81K Pre-wired (2 m) *2 *1 Pre-wired Connector (M8, 4 pins) 3 m (150 mm) E3Z-R61K-M3J E3Z-R61K-M3J Pre-wired (2 m) *3, *4 Diffuse-reflective *5 *6 Pre-wired (2 m) *3, *4 Connector (M8, 4 pins) 5 to 100 mm (wide view) *5 E3Z-D61 E3Z-D61 *6 E3Z-D66 E3Z-D66 E3Z-R81 E3Z-R81 E3Z-R81K-M3J E3Z-R81K-M3J E3Z-D81 E3Z-D81 E3Z-D86 E3Z-D86 Connector (M8, 4 pins) *5 E3Z-D62 E3Z-D62 *6 E3Z-D67 E3Z-D67 E3Z-D87 E3Z-D87 Pre-wired (2 m) E3Z-D61K E3Z-D61K E3Z-D81K E3Z-D81K E3Z-D61K-M3J E3Z-D61K-M3J E3Z-D81K-M3J E3Z-D81K-M3J E3Z-D62K E3Z-D62K E3Z-D82K E3Z-D82K E3Z-D62K-M3J E3Z-D62K-M3J E3Z-D82K-M3J E3Z-D82K-M3J Pre-wired (2 m) *3, *4 1m Oil-resistive Diffusereflective Pre-wired Connector (M8, 4 pins) 5 to 100 mm (wide view) Pre-wired (2 m) Pre-wired Connector (M8, 4 pins) http://www.ia.omron.com/ 1m E3Z-D82 E3Z-D82 (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. 1 E3Z Sensing method Appearance Connection method 20 to 40 mm (BGS min setting) 20 to 200 mm (BGS max setting) Pre-wired (2 m) *3 Model NPN output PNP output E3Z-LS61 E3Z-LS61*5 E3Z-LS81 E3Z-LS81 E3Z-LS66 E3Z-LS66 E3Z-LS86 E3Z-LS86 2 to 20 mm (BGS min setting) E3Z-LS63 E3Z-LS63 2 to 80 mm (BGS max setting) E3Z-LS68 E3Z-LS68 E3Z-LS88 E3Z-LS88 40 min. Incident threshold (FGS min setting) Standard M8 Connector Distance-settable Sensing distance 200 min. Incident threshold (FGS max setting) Pre-wired (2 m) *3 Standard M8 Connector Pre-wired (2 m) *3 Narrow-beam Reflective E3Z-L61 E3Z-L61 *5 Pre-wired (2 m) *3 *2 500 mm (80 mm) Standard M8 Connector *1 Pre-wired (2 m) *3 1 axis 2 axes Slit-type Throughbeam 1 axis 2 axes E3Z-L86 E3Z-L86 E3Z-B61 E3Z-B61 *5 E3Z-B81 E3Z-B81 E3Z-B66 E3Z-B66 *2 2 m (500 mm) Standard M8 Connector E3Z-L81 E3Z-L81 E3Z-L66 E3Z-L66 90±30 mm Standard M8 Connector Retro-reflective without MSR function for clear, plastic bottles E3Z-LS83 E3Z-LS83 E3Z-B86 E3Z-B86 E3Z-B62 E3Z-B62 *5 E3Z-B82 E3Z-B82 25 mm Pre-wired M8 Connector E3Z-B87 E3Z-B87 E3Z-G61 E3Z-G61 *5 E3Z-G62 E3Z-G62 *5 E3Z-G61-M3J E3Z-G61-M3J E3Z-G62-M3J E3Z-G62-M3J Pre-wired (2 m) *3 E3Z-B67 E3Z-B67 E3Z-G81 E3Z-G81 E3Z-G82 E3Z-G82 E3Z-G81-M3J E3Z-G81-M3J E3Z-G82-M3J E3Z-G82-M3J Note: The sensing distance of Oil-resistive Retro-reflective models is different from that of standard Retro-reflective models. *1. The Reflector is sold separately. Select the Reflector model most suited to the application. *2. The sensing distance specified is possible when the E39-R1S E39-R1S used. Values in parentheses indicate the minimum required distance between the Sensor and Reflector. *3. Models with a 0.5-m cable are available as a standard feature for products marked *3. When ordering, specify the cable length by adding the code "0.5M" to the model number (e.g., E3Z-T61 E3Z-T61 0.5M). *4. Pre-wired M12 Connectors are available for models in the table marked *4. These models have the -M1J suffix. (Example: E3Z-T61-M1J E3Z-T61-M1J) *5. Press-fit e-CON Pre-wired Connectors are available with 0.3-m, 0.5-m, and 2-m cables for models in the table marked *5. The model number is E3Z-@6@-ECON. The connector is the E39-ECON E39-ECON@M with a 2-m or 5-m cable and a connector on one end or the E39-ECONW E39-ECONW@M with a 0.5-m to 2-m cable (length increases in 0.1-m increments) and connectors at both ends. This e-CON specification is rapidly becoming the standard for FA equipment and connector manufacturers. *6. Clamp-type e-CON Pre-wired Connectors are available with a 2-m cable. The suffix for these models is -ECON-C. (Example: E3Z-T61-ECON-C E3Z-T61-ECON-C 2 M) The connectors are E-39-ECON E-39-ECON @M with a 2-m or 5-m cable and a connector on one end or the E39-ECONW E39-ECONW@M with a 0.5-m to 2-m cable (length increases in 0.1-m increments) and connectors at both ends. This e-CON specification is rapidly becoming the standard for FA equipment and connector manufacturers. Accessories (Order Separately) Slit Sensing distance E3Z-T@@ E3Z-T@@A 50 mm 35 mm 200 mm 150 mm 800 mm 550 mm 1m 700 mm 2.2 m 1.5 m 5m 3.5 m Slit width 0.5 mm dia. 1 mm dia. 2 mm dia. 0.5 × 10 mm 1 × 10 mm 2 × 10 mm Minimum detectable object (typical) 0.2 mm dia. 0.4 mm dia. 0.7 mm dia. 0.2 mm dia. 0.5 mm dia. 0.8 mm dia. Model E39-S65A E39-S65A E39-S65B E39-S65B E39-S65C E39-S65C E39-S65D E39-S65D E39-S65E E39-S65E E39-S65F E39-S65F Contents One set (contains Slits for both the Emitter and Receiver) Reflectors Name Reflector Fog Preventive Coating Small Reflector Tape Reflector E3Z-R Sensing distance (typical)* 3 m (100 mm) (rated value) 4 m (100 mm) (rated value) 5 m (100 mm) 2.5 m (100 mm) 3.5 m (100 mm) 3 m (100 mm) 1.5 m (50 mm) 700 mm (150 mm) 1.1 m (150 mm) 1.4 m (150 mm) Model E39-R1 E39-R1 E39-R1S E39-R1S E39-R2 E39-R2 E39-R9 E39-R9 E39-R10 E39-R10 E39-R1K E39-R1K E39-R3 E39-R3 E39-RS1 E39-RS1 E39-RS2 E39-RS2 E39-RS3 E39-RS3 Quantity Remarks 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 · Retro-reflective models are not provided with Reflectors. · The MSR function is enabled. Note: The actual sensing distance may be reduced to approximately 70% of the typical sensing distance when using a Reflector other than E39-R1 E39-R1 or E39-R1S E39-R1S. * Values in parentheses indicates the minimum required distance between the Sensor and Reflector. http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. 2 E3Z Mutual Interference Protection Filter Sensing distance Appearance/Dimensions 10.8 7.4 Model Quantity Remarks Two sets each for the Emitter and Receiver (total of four pieces) Can be used with the E3Z-T@@A Through-beam models. The arrow indicates the direction of polarized light. Mutual interference can be prevented by altering the direction of polarized light from or to adjacent Emitters and Receivers. 4.9 1 3m E39-E11 E39-E11 31.4 11.2 0.2 Mounting Brackets Appearance Model Quantity E39-L153 E39-L153 Remarks Appearance Model 1 Quantity E39-L98 E39-L98 1 E39-L150 E39-L150 Remarks Metal Protective Cover Bracket * 1 set Mounting Brackets E39-L104 E39-L104 1 (Sensor adjuster) E39-L43 E39-L43 1 Easily mounted to the aluminum frame rails of conveyors and easily adjusted. Horizontal Mounting Brackets * E39-L151 E39-L151 E39-L142 E39-L142 1 1 E39-L144 E39-L144 Rear Mounting Bracket For left to right adjustment 1 Compact Protective Cover Bracket (For E3Z only) * Horizontal Protective Cover Bracket * E39-L44 E39-L44 1 set Note: When using Through-beam models, order one bracket for the Receiver and one for the Emitter. * Cannot be used for Standard Connector models. Sensor I/O Connectors Size Cable Appearance Cable type 2m Straight 5m M8 * 2m L-shaped Model XS3F-M421-402-A XS3F-M421-402-A XS3F-M421-405-A XS3F-M421-405-A 4-wire XS3F-M422-402-A XS3F-M422-402-A Straight Standard XS2F-D421-DC0-A XS2F-D421-DC0-A 5m 432 1 XS2F-D422-DC0-A XS2F-D422-DC0-A XS2F-D422-GC0-A XS2F-D422-GC0-A 2m E39-ECON2M E39-ECON2M 5m 0.5 to 1 m Double-end connectors 1.1 to 1.5 m 12 3 4 432 1 XS2F-D421-GC0-A XS2F-D421-GC0-A 5m L-shaped http://www.ia.omron.com/ 3-wire 2m Single-end connector e-CON XS3F-M422-405-A XS3F-M422-405-A 2m M12 * (For -M1J models) 5m 1.6 to 2 m E39-ECON5M E39-ECON5M 4-wire E39-ECONW E39-ECONW@M @ indicates cable length (in units of m). Specify with 0.1increments. (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. 3 E3Z Ratings and Specifications Sensing method Through-beam Retro-reflective with MSR function Diffuse-reflective NPN output E3Z-T61 E3Z-T61(K) E3Z-T66 E3Z-T66 E3Z-T62 E3Z-T62 E3Z-T67 E3Z-T67 E3Z-T61A E3Z-T61A E3Z-T66A E3Z-T66A E3Z-R61/R66 E3Z-R61/R66 E3Z-R61K E3Z-R61K E3Z-D61 E3Z-D61(K)/D66 E3Z-D62 E3Z-D62(K)/D67 PNP output E3Z-T81 E3Z-T81(K) E3Z-T86 E3Z-T86 E3Z-T82 E3Z-T82 E3Z-T87 E3Z-T87 E3Z-T81A E3Z-T81A E3Z-T86A E3Z-T86A E3Z-R81/R86 E3Z-R81/R86 E3Z-R81K E3Z-R81K E3Z-D81 E3Z-D81(K)/D86 E3Z-D82 E3Z-D82(K)/D87 Model Item Sensing distance 15 m 30 m 10 m 4 m (100 mm)* (when using E39-R1S E39-R1S) 3 m (100 mm)* (when using E39-R1 E39-R1) Spot diameter 3 m (150 mm)* White paper (when using E39-R1S E39-R1S) (100 × 100 mm): 2 m (100 mm)* 100 mm (when using E39-R1 E39-R1) White paper (300 × 300 mm): 1m - Standard sensing object Opaque: 12-mm dia. min. Opaque: 75-mm dia. min. Minimum detectable object - - Differential travel - 20% max. of setting distance Directional angle Both emitter and receiver: 3 to 15° Light source (wavelength) Infrared LED (870 nm) Power supply voltage 12 to 24 VDC±10%, ripple (p-p): 10% max. Current consumption 35mA (Emitter: 15 mA, Receiver: 20 mA) Control output Load power supply voltage: 26.4 VDC max., Load current: 100 mA max. Residual voltage: Load current of less than 10 mA: 1 V max. Load current of 10 to 100 mA: 2 V max. Open collector output (NPN/PNP depending on model) Light-ON/Dark-ON selectable Protection circuits Reversed power supply polarity protection, Output short-circuit protection, and Reversed output polarity protection Response time Operate or reset: 1 ms max. Sensitivity adjustment One-turn adjuster Ambient illumination (Receiver side) Incandescent lamp: 3,000 lx max. Sunlight: 10,000 lx max. Ambient temperature range Operating: -25 to 55°C, Storage: -40 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation) Ambient humidity range Operating: 35% to 85%, Storage: 35% to 95% (with no condensation) Insulation resistance 20 M min. at 500 VDC Dielectric strength 1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min Vibration resistance Destruction: 10 to 55 Hz, 1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 hours each in X, Y, and Z directions Shock resistance Destruction: 500 m/s2 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions Degree of protection IP67 (IEC 60529), Oil resistive models: IP67 (IEC 60529) (JEM standard: IP67f, excluding cables and connectors) Operate or reset: 2 ms max. Red LED (660 nm) 2 to 10° - Red LED (660 nm) Infrared LED (860 nm) 30 mA max. Reversed power supply polarity protection, Output short-circuit protection, Mutual interference prevention, and Reversed output polarity protection Operate or reset: 1 ms max. Connection method Pre-wired cable (standard length: 2 m and 0.5m), Connector (M8, 4 pins), Pre-wired Connector (M8, 4 pins) (Oil-resistive models only) Indicator Operation indicator (orange) Stability indicator (green) Emitter has power indicator (orange) only. Pre-wired cable (2 m) Weight Connector (packed (M8, 4 pins) state) Pre-wired Connector (M8, 4 pins) (oil-resistive models only) Material Approx. 120 g Approx. 65 g Approx. 30 g Approx. 20 g Approx. 50 g Approx. 30 g Case PBT (polybutylene terephthalate) Lens Modified polyarylate Accessories Methacrylic resin Modified polyarylate Instruction manual (Neither Reflectors nor Mounting Brackets are provided with any of the above models.) Note: Oil-resistive Retro-reflective models have a different sensing distance than standard Retro-reflective models. * Values in parentheses indicate the minimum required distance between the Sensor and Reflector. http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. 4 E3Z The E3Z-T@2-G0 is equipped with an emission stop function. Ratings and specifications of this function are given in the following table. Sensing method Through-beam models, NPN output: E3Z-T62/T67-G0 E3Z-T62/T67-G0, PNP output: E3Z-T82/T87-G0 E3Z-T82/T87-G0 Output and Modes Item Input Response time Emission stop function Emission OFF: Short-circuit to 0 V or 1.5 V max. (Outflow current 1 mA max.), Emission ON: Disconnected (Leakage current 0.1 mA max.) Emission OFF: Short-circuit to +DC (Power supply plus side) or +DC-1.5 V max. (Inlet current 3 mA max.), Emission ON: Disconnected (Leakage current 0.1 mA max.) Operate or reset: 0.5 ms max. Engineering Data (Typical) Parallel Operating Range E3Z-T@1(T@6) E3Z-T@A E3Z-T@2(T@7) 1000 800 600 400 Distance Y (mm) Through-beam Models Distance Y (mm) Through-beam Models Distance Y (mm) Through-beam Models 1000 800 Y 600 X 400 200 0 20 40 0 Distance X (m) 10 -200 30 -400 10 20 30 40 Distance X (m) -400 -600 1.0 0 -0.5 10 20 30 40 Distance X (m) -1.0 -600 Y -800 -1.5 -800 X -1000 1.5 0.5 200 -200 2.0 -2.0 -1000 Retro-reflective Models Distance Y (mm) E3Z-R@1(R@6) and Reflector 200 E39-R1K E39-R1K 150 E39-R10 E39-R10 Y E39-R3 E39-R3 X 100 50 Distance X (m) 0 2 4 6 8 -50 -100 -150 E39-R9 E39-R9 E39-R1 E39-R1 E39-R2 E39-R2 E39-R1S E39-R1S -200 Operating Range E3Z-D@1(D@6) E3Z-D@2(D@7) 30 Sensing object: 100 × 100 mm white paper Distance Y (mm) Diffuse-reflective Models Distance Y (mm) Diffuse-reflective Models Y 20 X 10 80 Sensing object: 300 × 300 mm white paper 60 Y 40 X 20 0 -10 50 100 150 200 250 Distance X (m) 0 -20 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.4 1.6 Distance X (m) -40 -20 -60 -80 -30 http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. 5 E3Z Excess Gain vs. Set Distance Through-beam Models E3Z-T@1(T@6) E3Z-T@A E3Z-T@2(T@7) Excess gain ratio Through-beam Models 100 70 50 100 70 50 Excess gain ratio Excess gain ratio Through-beam Models 30 10 7 5 30 10 7 5 3 10 3 Operating 1 level 100 Operating 1 level 0.7 0.7 0.5 0.3 0.3 0.1 1 0.5 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 0.1 70 0 10 20 30 40 50 Distance (m) 60 70 0.1 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Distance (m) Distance (m) 100 E39-R9 E39-R9 E39-R1K E39-R1K 10 E39-R10 E39-R10 E39-R1S E39-R1S 100 70 50 Sensing object: 100 × 100 mm white paper 30 10 7 5 Excess gain ratio Diffuse-reflective Models E3Z-D@2(D@7) Excess gain ratio Diffuse-reflective Models E3Z-D@1(D@6) Excess gain ratio Retro-reflective Models E3Z-R@1(R@6) and Reflector 100 70 50 Sensing object: 300 × 300 mm white paper 30 10 7 5 3 3 Operating 1 level 0.7 Operating 1 level E39-R2 E39-R2 1 E39-R3 E39-R3 0.5 0.3 E39-R1 E39-R1 0.7 0.5 0.3 0.1 0.1 0 2 4 6 8 10 0.1 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Distance (m) Distance (m) 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 Distance (m) Sensing Object Size vs. Sensing Distance E3Z-D@2(D@7) 350 d 300 White paper d SUS (glossy surface) 250 200 Distance (m) Diffuse-reflective Models E3Z-D@1(D@6) Distance (mm) Diffuse-reflective Models 4.5 d 4 d SUS (glossy surface) 3.5 3 2.5 2 150 1.5 100 White paper 1 50 0 Black paper 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Side length (one side) of sensing object: d (mm) http://www.ia.omron.com/ Black paper 0.5 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Side length (one side) of sensing object: d (mm) (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. 6 E3Z I/O Circuit Diagrams NPN Output Model Operation mode Timing charts Operation selector Output circuit Incident light Light-ON Through-beam Receivers, Retro-reflective Models, Diffuse-reflective Models. No incident light Operation ON indicator OFF (orange) ON Output transistor OFF Operation indicator L side (LIGHT ON) 1 (Orange) Stability indicator (Green) Operate Load (e.g., relay) Reset (Between brown and black leads) E3Z-T61 E3Z-T61(K) E3Z-T66 E3Z-T66 E3Z-T61A E3Z-T61A E3Z-T66A E3Z-T66A E3Z-R61 E3Z-R61(K) E3Z-R66 E3Z-R66 E3Z-D61 E3Z-D61(K) E3Z-D66 E3Z-D66 E3Z-D62 E3Z-D62(K) E3Z-D67 E3Z-D67 (Control output) Photoelectric Sensor Main Circuit 4 ZD 3 12 to 24 VDC Brown Black 100 mA max. Load (Relay) Blue 0V Incident light Dark-ON No incident light Operation ON indicator OFF (orange) ON Output transistor OFF e-CON Connector Pin Arrangement Connector Pin Arrangement D side (DARK ON) 2 Operate Load (e.g., relay) Reset (Between brown and black leads) 3 Brown Connector Pin Arrangement 1 Power indicator (orange) Photoelectric Sensor Main Circuit 2 12 to 24 VDC Blue Press fit 1 2 1 2 Clamp type 3 3 4 3 4 Pins 2 and 4 are not used. 3 Clamp e-CON Connector Pin Arrangement 4 1 1 2 3 4 3 4 Pin 2 is not used. Through-beam Emitter Press fit 1 2 4 1 Through-beam Emitter Power indicator (Orange) Emission ON stop input OFF E3Z-T62-G0 E3Z-T62-G0 E3Z-T67-G0 E3Z-T67-G0 - (Between blue (3) and pink (2) leads) ON LED for emission OFF Indicator ON (orange) OFF 1 Photoelectric Sensor Main Circuit - 2 Brown 12 to 24 VDC Connector Pin Arrangement Pink 2 (Emission stop input) 0V 3 4 1 3 Pin 4 is not used. Blue PNP Output E3Z-T81 E3Z-T81(K) E3Z-T86 E3Z-T86 E3Z-R81 E3Z-R81(K) E3Z-R86 E3Z-R86 E3Z-D81 E3Z-D81(K) E3Z-D86 E3Z-D86 E3Z-D82 E3Z-D82(K) E3Z-D87 E3Z-D87 Operation mode Timing charts Light-ON Model Incident light No incident light Operation ON indicator OFF (orange) ON Output transistor OFF Operate Load (e.g., relay) Reset (Between blue and black leads) Dark-ON Incident light No incident light Operation ON indicator OFF (orange) ON Output transistor OFF Operate Load (e.g., relay) Reset (Between blue and black leads) Operation selector Output circuit Through-beam Receivers, Retro-reflective Models, Diffuse-reflective Models L side (LIGHT ON) Operation indicator (Orange) 1 Stability indicator (Green) Brown 12 to 24 VDC ZD Photoelectric Sensor Main Circuit 4 (Control output) 3 Black 100 mA Bluemax. Load (Relay) 0V Connector Pin Arrangement D side (DARK ON) 2 1 4 3 Pin 2 is not used. Through-beam Emitter Brown 1 Power indicator (orange) Connector Pin Arrangement Photoelectric Sensor Main Circuit 12 to 24 VDC Blue 3 2 1 4 3 Pins 2 and 4 are not used. Through-beam Emitter Power indicator (Orange) Emission ON stop input OFF E3Z-T82-G0 E3Z-T82-G0 E3Z-T87-G0 E3Z-T87-G0 - (Between brown (1) and pink (2) leads) ON LED for emission OFF Indicator ON (orange) OFF - Photoelectric Sensor Main Circuit Brown 1 Connector Pin Arrangement (Emission stop input) 2 0V 3 2 1 Pink Blue http://www.ia.omron.com/ 12 to 24 VDC 4 3 Pin 4 is not used. (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. 7 E3Z Plugs (Sensor I/O Connectors) 3 2 1 Brown White Blue Black 1 2 3 4 Power supply (+V) White 2 - Blue 3 Power supply (0 V) 4 Output E39-ECONW E39-ECONW@M Diffuse-reflective Models E3Z-D@@ Procedure for Adjusting Cable Length (Clamp-type e-CON Pre-wired Connector) Wire Removal Procedure 1. Use a flat-blade precision screwdriver to push the operating lever in and lock it in place. Pull out the wires. 2. Rewire immediately. If rewiring will not be performed for longer than 8 hours, be sure to release the operating lever. (See step 3 of the Wiring Procedure below.) Retro-reflective Models E3Z-R@@ Stability indicator (green) Application 1 Note: Pin 2 is not used. Nomenclature Through-beam Models E3Z-T@@ (Emitter) E3Z-T@@A (Receiver) Connector pin No. Black DC Wire color Brown E39-ECON E39-ECON@M 432 1 XS3F-M421-402-A XS3F-M421-402-A XS3F-M421-405-A XS3F-M421-405-A XS3F-M422-402-A XS3F-M422-402-A XS3F-M422-405-A XS3F-M422-405-A Classification 432 1 Wire color 4 Operation indicator (orange) Sensitivity adjuster Operation selector Operating lever (white) Cable Length Adjustment Procedure Cut the cable to the desired length. Place the cable wire on the strip 7 to 8 mm gauge located on the side of the E3Z to determine the length of exposed wire. Strip 7 to 8 mm of the covering from the wire. If the cable is stranded, give the wire several twists. Wiring Procedure Flat-blade screwdriver 1. Use the flat-blade precision screwdriver to check and see if the lever is locked down in the operating slot. 2. Insert the wires into the wire slots as far as they will go. Operating slot Make sure the tip of the conductors have passed all the way through the terminal block. Terminal block Wire covering Wire slot 3. Insert the screwdriver into the release slot. Push up lightly until you hear the operating lever snap back into place. Operating lever (white) Release slot 4. Perform the following items. ·Check to see if the operating lever is back in its initial position. ·Repeat step 2 of the Wiring Procedure above. (The wiring is correct if there is resistance when each wire is lightly pulled.) http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. 8 E3Z Safety Precautions Refer to Warranty and Limitations of Liability. WARNING This product is not designed or rated for ensuring safety of persons either directly or indirectly. Do not use it for such purposes. Oil-resistive Models Oil Resistance Do not use the product in atmospheres or environments that exceed product ratings. · Although the E3Z-@@@K Sensors have oil-resistant specifications, performance may be affected by certain types of oil. Refer to the following table. · E3Z-@@@K Sensors are tested for resistance to the oils given in the following table. Refer to the information in the table when deciding which type of oil to use. Wiring M8 Metal Connector Test oil classification Precautions for Correct Use · Be sure to connect or disconnect the metal connector after turning OFF the Sensor. · Hold the connector cover to connect or disconnect the metal connector. · Secure the connector cover by hand. Do not use any pliers, otherwise the connector may be damaged. · The proper tightening torque range is between 0.3 and 0.4 N·m. Be sure to tighten the connector securely, otherwise the specified degree of protection may not be maintained or the connector may be disconnected due to vibration. Mounting Sensor Mounting Use M3 screws to mount the sensor and tighten each screw to a maximum torque of 0.53 N·m. E3Z-@@@ Product name Kinematic viscosity (mm2/s) at 40°C 2.02 Lubricant Velocity No.3 Water insoluble machining Yushiron Oil No.2 ac Less than 10 oil Yushiroken EC50T-3 EC50T-3 Water soluble Yushiron Lubic HWC68 HWC68 -machining oil Gryton 1700D 1700D Yushironken S50N pH -7 to 9.5 7 to 9.9 7 to 9.2 7 to 9.8 Note: 1. The E3Z maintained a minimum insulation resistance of 100 M after it was dipped in all the above oils for 240 hours. 2. When using the Sensors in environments subject to oils other than those listed above, use the figures for kinematic viscosity and pH from the table as general guidelines. Additives and other substances contained in oils may affect the E3Z. Be sure to consider this before use. E39-L104 E39-L104 Mounting Bracket (sold separately) http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. 9 E3Z Dimensions (Unit: mm) Sensors Through-beam Pre-wired Models E3Z-T61 E3Z-T61(K) E3Z-T81 E3Z-T81(K) E3Z-T61A E3Z-T61A E3Z-T81A E3Z-T81A E3Z-T62 E3Z-T62(-G0) E3Z-T82 E3Z-T82(-G0) 20 8 (Excluding -G0) Emitter +V 2 - 3 0V 4 18 1 Lens - 2.1 31 25.4 11 Pins 2 and 4 are not used. 15.5 1 +V 2 Input 0V 4 - 4 is not used. 17 Specifications +V 2 Two, M3 Pin 4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2, Insulator diameter: 1.1 mm), Standard length: 2m Emitter 18 Output 2 is not used. 1 3 M8 * The Emitter cable has two conductors and the Receiver cable has three conductors. 8 10.8 10.4 Power indicator (orange) 17 7.2 Lens Optical axis 0V 4 15.5 2 *4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 2 or 3 conductors, Standard length: 0.3 m 2 4 - 3 31 25.4 20 4 M8 Pre-wired Connector (E3Z-T@@K-M3J) 1 Through-beam Connector Models E3Z-T66 E3Z-T66 E3Z-T86 E3Z-T86 E3Z-T66A E3Z-T66A E3Z-T86A E3Z-T86A E3Z-T67 E3Z-T67(-G0) E3Z-T87 E3Z-T87(-G0) M12 Pre-wired Connector (E3Z-T@@-M1J) 3 Terminal No. 2.1 11 18 *4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 2 or 3 conductors, Standard lengths: 0.3 m, 0.5 m, and 2 m M12 × 1 Operation selector Sensitivity adjuster Stability indicator (green) 15.8 1 10.8 10.4 7.2 18 1 2 3 4 4.3 3.2 Lens Clamp-type e-CON Pre-wired Connector (E3Z-T61-ECON-C E3Z-T61-ECON-C) 6 *4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 2 or 3 conductors, Standard length: 0.3 m 20 12.45 8.8 Power indicator (orange) 15 15.6 *4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 2 or 3 conductors, Standard length: 2 m Specifications 3 Optical axis 1 2 3 4 (-G0) Terminal No. Two, M3 4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 2 conductors (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2, Insulator diameter: 1.1 mm), Standard length: 2 m Receiver 5.9 Specifications Power indicator (orange) 17 7.2 Optical axis Terminal No. 10.8 10.4 Press-fit e-CON Pre-wired Connector 2.1 31 25.4 11 15.5 10.4 Two, M3 M8 connector 9.75 20 12.45 8.8 Power indicator (orange) 4.3 3.2 Receiver 10.8 10.4 Operation selector Sensitivity adjuster Stability indicator (green) 7.2 Optical axis 18 17 Lens 2.1 31 25.4 11 15.5 10.4 Two, M3 M8 connector 9.75 http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. 10 E3Z Retro-reflective Models Pre-wired Models E3Z-R61 E3Z-R61(K) E3Z-R81 E3Z-R81(K) 20 Terminal No. 10.8 10.4 Operation selector Sensitivity adjuster Stability indicator (green) Two, 7-dia. lenses Receiver 2.1 Specifications 1 Power indicator (orange) +V 2 - 3 0V 4 17 Press-fit e-CON Pre-wired Connector Output 5.9 1 2 3 4 15 15.6 *4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors, Standard length: 2 m Clamp-type e-CON Pre-wired Connector (E3Z-@6@-ECON-C) 6 31 25.4 1 2 3 4 15.5 Emitter Connector Models E3Z-R66 E3Z-R66 E3Z-R86 E3Z-R86 Optical axis Two, M3 4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2, Insulator diameter: 1.1 mm), Standard length: 2m 15.8 18 *4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors, Standard lengths: 0.3 m, 0.5 m, and 2 m M12 Pre-wired Connector (E3Z-@@@-M1J) 20 Operation indicator *4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors, Standard length: 0.3 m 10.8 10.4 Operation selector Sensitivity adjuster Stability indicator Two, 7-dia. lenses Receiver 2.1 4 1 17 3 2 M12 × 1 M8 Pre-wired Connector (E3Z-T@@K-M3J) 31 25.4 *4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors, Standard length: 0.3 m 2 4 15.5 Emitter 10.4 Two, M3 Optical axis 1 3 M8 Diffuse-reflective Models Pre-wired Models E3Z-D61 E3Z-D61(K) E3Z-D81 E3Z-D81(K) E3Z-D62 E3Z-D62(K) E3Z-D82 E3Z-D82(K) 20 12.45 8.8 Power indicator (orange) Terminal No. 4.3 3.2 1 2 Operation selector Sensitivity adjuster Stability indicator (green) 17 Two, 7-dia. lenses Receiver 2.1 Optical axis Press-fit e-CON Pre-wired Connector +V - 3 10.8 10.4 4 18 4 Specifications 0V 4 Output 5.9 1 2 3 4 15 15.6 *4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors, Standard length: 2 m Clamp-type e-CON Pre-wired Connector (E3Z-@6@-ECON-C) 6 1 2 3 4 31 25.4 15.8 18 15.5 *4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors, Standard lengths: 0.3 m, 0.5 m, and 2 m Two, M3 4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2, Insulator diameter: 1.1 mm), Standard length: 2m Emitter Connector Models E3Z-D66 E3Z-D66 E3Z-D86 E3Z-D86 E3Z-D67 E3Z-D67 E3Z-D87 E3Z-D87 M12 Pre-wired Connector (E3Z-@@@-M1J) *4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors, Standard length: 0.3 m 20 12.45 8.8 Power indicator (orange) 3 4.3 3.2 4 1 M8 Pre-wired Connector (E3Z-T@@K-M3J) M12 × 1 2 10.8 10.4 Operation selector Sensitivity adjuster Stability indicator (green) 17 Two, 7-dia. lenses Receiver 2.1 Optical axis *4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors, Standard length: 0.3 m 2 4 1 3 M8 4 18 4 31 25.4 15.5 Emitter 10.4 2-M3 M8 connector 9.75 http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. 11 E3Z e-CON Connector Configurations Wiring method Sensor connectors Press-fit 37104-3122-000FL 37104-3122-000FL (made by Sumitomo 3M) Clamp XN2A-1430 XN2A-1430 (made by OMRON) Accessories (Order Separately) Slits E39-S65A E39-S65A E39-S65B E39-S65B E39-S65C E39-S65C 10.4 Slits E39-S65D E39-S65D E39-S65E E39-S65E E39-S65F E39-S65F 3.4 10.4 A 3.4 A 32.2 10 32.2 15.5 15.5 4.5 4.5 0.2 Model E39-S65A E39-S65A E39-S65B E39-S65B E39-S65C E39-S65C Size A 0.5 dia. 1.0 dia. 2.0 dia. Material SUS301 SUS301 stainless steel Model E39-S65D E39-S65D E39-S65E E39-S65E E39-S65F E39-S65F 0.2 Size A 0.5 1.0 2.0 Material SUS301 SUS301 stainless steel Reflectors Mounting Brackets Cat. No. E805-E1-03 E805-E1-03 In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice. http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. 12 Photoelectric Sensors Technical Guide General Precautions For precautions on individual products, refer to Safety Precautions in individual product information. WARNING These Sensors cannot be used in safety devices for presses or other safety devices used to protect human life. These Sensors are designed for use in applications for sensing workpieces and workers that do not affect safety. Precautions for Safe Use To ensure safety, always observe the following precautions. Wiring Item Typical examples Power Supply Voltage Do not use a voltage in excess of the operating voltage range. Applying a voltage in excess of the operating voltage range, or applying AC power (100 VAC or greater) to a DC Sensor may cause explosion or burning. Load Short-circuiting Do not short-circuit the load. Doing so may cause explosion or burning. · DC Three-wire NPN Output Sensors Load Brown Sensor - Black Blue · DC Three-wire NPN Output Sensor Load Brown Sensor · AC Two-wire Sensors Example: E3E2 (Load short circuit) Black Blue + - Brown Load (Load short circuit) Sensor Blue Incorrect Wiring Do not reverse the power supply polarity or otherwise wire incorrectly. Doing so may cause explosion or burning. · DC Three-wire NPN Output Sensors Example: Incorrect Polarity · DC Three-wire NPN Output Sensors Example: Incorrect Polarity Wiring Load Brown Sensor Load Black + Blue Load Brown Brown Sensor Black Blue - Sensor Blue Black + - + Connection without a load If the power supply is connected directly without a load, the internal elements may burst or burn. Be sure to insert a load when connecting the power supply. · DC Three-wire NPN Output Sensors Brown Sensor 12 to 24VDC 24VDC · AC 2-wire Sensors Example: E3E2 etc. Brown Black Sensor Blue Blue 0V Operating Environment Do not use a Sensor in an environment where there are explosive or inflammable gases. http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. C-1 Photoelectric Sensors Technical Guide Precautions for Correct Use Design Power Reset Time Turning OFF Power The Sensor will be ready to detect within approximately 100 ms after the power is turned ON. If the Sensor and the load are connected to separate power supplies, turn ON the Sensor power before turning ON the load power. Any exceptions to this rule are indicated in Safety Precautions in individual product information. An output pulse may be generated when the power is turned OFF. It is recommended that the load or load line power be turned OFF before the Sensor power is turned OFF. Power Supply Types An unsmoothed full-wave or half-wave rectifying power supply cannot be used. Mutual Interference Mutual interference is a state where an output is unstable because the Sensors are affected by light from the adjacent Sensors. The following measures can be taken to avoid mutual interference. Countermeasure Concept Through-beam Sensors Reflective Sensors 2 If Sensors are mounted in close proximity, use Sensors with the interference prevention function. 10 or fewer Sensors: E3X-DA@-S, E3X-MDA, E3C-LDA Fiber Sensors Performance, however, will depend on conditions. Refer to pages E3X-DA-S/E3X-MDA and E3C-LDA. 5 or fewer Sensors: E3X-NA Fiber Sensors 2 or fewer Sensors: E3T, E3Z, E3S-C, E3G-L1/L3, or E3S-C Built-in Amplifier Photoelectric Sensors (except Through-beam Sensors) E3C Photoelectric Sensor with separate amplifier Install an inference prevention filter. A mutual interference prevention polarizing filter can be installed on only the E3Z-TA to allow close-proximity mounting of up to 2 Sensors. Mutual Interference Prevention Polarizing Filter: E39-E11 E39-E11 Separate Sensors to distance where interference does not occur. 1 Use a Sensor with the interference prevention function. Check the parallel movement distance range in the catalog, verify the set distance between adjacent Sensors, and install the Sensors accordingly at a distance at least 1.5 times the parallel movement distance range. -If the workpieces move from far to near, chattering may occur in the vicinity of the operating point. For this type of application, separate the Sensors by at least 1.5 times the operating range. 1.5 × L 3 Workpiece Workpiece L Sensor Alternate Emitters and Receivers. Sensor Close mounting of Sensors is possible by alternating the Emitters with the Receivers in a zigzag fashion (up to two Sensors). However, if the workpieces are close to the Photoelectric Sensors, light from the adjacent Emitter may be received and cause the Sensor to change to the incident light state. Emitter 4 -Workpiece Receiver Receiver Emitter Offset the optical axes. 5 6 Adjust the sensitivity. If there is a possibility that light from another Sensor may enter the Receiver, change the position of the Emitter and Receiver, place a light barrier between the Sensors, or take other measures to prevent the light from entering the Receiver. (Light may enter even if the Sensors are separated by more than the sensing distance.) If Sensors are mounted in opposite each other, slant the Sensors as shown in the following diagram. (This is because the Sensors may affect each other and cause output chattering even if separated by more than the Sensor sensing distance.) Sensor Sensor Lowering the sensitivity will generally help. http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. C-2 Photoelectric Sensors Technical Guide Noise Countermeasures for noise depend on the path of noise entry, frequency components, and wave heights. Typical measures are as given in the following table. Noise intrusion path and countermeasure Type of noise Before countermeasure After countermeasure Noise enters from the noise source through the frame (metal). +V Common mode noise (inverter noise) Sensor Inverter motor 0V IM Common noise applied between the mounting board and the +V and 0-V lines, respectively. (1) Ground the inverter motor (to 100 or less) (2) Ground the noise source and the power supply (0-V side) through a capacitor (film capacitor, 0.22 F, 630 V). (3) Insert an insulator (plastic, rubber, etc.) between the Sensor and the mounting plate (metal). Insert an insulator. Noise Mounting block (metal) +V Inverter motor Sensor 0V (3) (2) Noise Noise Mounting block (metal) Noise propagates through the air from the noise source and directly enters the Sensor. Radiant noise Ingress of high-frequency electromagnetic waves directly into Sensor, from power line, etc. Noise source (1) · Insert a shield (copper) plate between the Sensor and the noise source e.g., a switching power supply). · Separate the noise source and the Sensor to a distance where noise does not affect operation. +V Sensor Shield plate (copper) 0V Noise source Noise enters from the power line. Power line noise Noise Ingress of electromagnetic induction from high-voltage wires and switching noise from the switching power supply Noise IM +V Sensor +V Sensor 0V · Insert a capacitor (e.g., a film capacitor), noise filter (e.g., ferrite core or insulated transformer), or varistor in the power line. Noise 0V Insert a capacitor, etc. Noise Sensor +V 0V Wiring Cable Separation from High Voltage (Wiring Method) Unless otherwise indicated, the maximum length of cable extension is 100 m using wire that is 0.3 mm2 or greater. Exceptions are indicated in Safety Precautions in individual product information. Do not lay the cables for the Sensor together with high-voltage lines or power lines. Placing them in the same conduit or duct may cause damage or malfunction due to induction interference. As a general rule, wire the Sensor in a separate system, use an independent metal conduit, or use shielded cable. Cable Tensile Strength When wiring the cable, do not subject the cable to a tension greater than that indicated in the following table. Cable diameter Less than 4 mm 4 mm or greater Tensile strength 30 N max. 50 N max. Note: Do not subject a shielded cable or coaxial cable to tension. Repeated Bending Power line Work Required for Unconnected Leads Unused leads for self-diagnosis outputs or other special functions should be cut and wrapped with insulating tape to prevent contact with other terminals. Normally, the Sensor cable should not be bent repeatedly. (For bending-resistant cable, see Attachment to Moving Parts on page 24.) http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. C-3 Photoelectric Sensors Technical Guide Power Supply When using a commercially available switching regulator, ground the FG (frame ground) and G (ground) terminals. If not grounded, switching noise in the power supply may cause malfunction. Example of Connection with S3D2 Sensor Controller DC Three-wire NPN Output Sensors Reverse operation is possible using the signal input switch on the S3D2. Blue 0 V Black OUT Brown +12 V Mounting Attachment to Moving Parts To mount the Photoelectric Sensor to a moving part, such as a robot hand, consider using a Sensors that uses a bending-resistant cable (robot cable). Although the bending repetition tolerance of a standard cable is approximately 13,000 times, robot cable has an excellent bending tolerance of approximately 500,000 times. Cable Bending Destruction Test (Tough Wire Breaking Test) With current flowing, bending is repeated to check the number of bends until the current stops. 7 8 9 (2) 10 11 12 (1) 4 S3D2 5 1 2 (3) 6 3 R Weight Specimen Description/conditions Test Bending angle () Bending repetitions Weight Operation per bending Bending radius of support points (R) Result Standard cable VR (H) 3 x18/0.12 Robot cable: Strong, conductive electrical wire 2 x 0.15 mm2, shielded Left/right 90° each Left/right 45° each - 60 bends/minute 300g 200g (1) through (3) in figure once (1) through (3) in figure once 5 mm 2.5 mm Approx. 13,000 times Approx. 500,000 times The testing conditions of the standard cable and robot cable are different. Refer to the values in the above table to check bend-resistant performance under actual working conditions. http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. C-4 Photoelectric Sensors Technical Guide Securing Fibers The E3X Fiber Unit uses a one-touch locking mechanism. Use the following methods to attach and remove Fiber Units. (1) Attaching Fibers Open the protective cover, insert the fiber up to the insertion mark on the side of the Fiber Unit, and then lower the lock lever. 9mm Lock released position Locked position Lock lever Protective cover Insertion position 13mm (2) Removing Fibers Open the protective cover, lift up the lock lever, and pull out the fibers. Fiber insertion mark Fiber 9mm Locked position Lock released position Protective cover Note:1.To maintain the fiber characteristics, make sure that the lock is released before removing the fibers. 2. Lock and unlock the fibers at an ambient temperature of -10 to 40°C. 9mm Fiber Unit 13mm Adjustments Optical Axis Adjustment Optical axis: Move the Photoelectric Sensor both vertically and horizontally and set it in the center of the range in which the operation indicator is lit or not lit. For the E3S-C, the optical axis and the mechanical axis are the same, so the optical axis can be easily adjusted by aligning the mechanical axis. The axis from the center of the lens to the center of the beam for the Emitter and the axis from the center of the lens to the center of the reception area for the Receiver. Mechanical axis: The axis perpendicular to the center of the lens. Emitter Receiver Optical axis Optical axis Receiver Incident indicator or Operation indicator ON OFF Emitter l 1 2 Mechanical axis Optimum value Emission beam Reception area Incident indicator or Operation indicator ON OFF http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. C-5 Photoelectric Sensors Technical Guide Operating Environment Water Resistance Maintenance and Inspection Points to Check When the Sensor Does Not Operate Do not use in water, in rain, or outside. · If the Sensor does not operate, check the following points. (1) Are the wiring and connections correct? (2) Are any of the mounting screws loose? (3) Are the optical axis and sensitivity adjusted correctly? (4) Do the sensing object and the workpiece speed satisfy the ratings and specifications? (5) Are any foreign objects, such as debris or dust, adhering to the Emitter lens or Receiver lens? (6) Is strong light, such as sunlight (e.g., reflected from a wall), shining on the Receiver? (7) Do not attempt to disassemble or repair the Sensor under any circumstances. Ambient Conditions Do not use this Sensor in the following locations. Otherwise, it may malfunction or fail. (1) Locations exposed to excessive dust and dirt (2) Locations exposed to direct sunlight (3) Locations with corrosive gas vapors (4) Locations where organic solvents may splash onto the Sensor (5) Locations subject to vibration or shock (6) Locations where there is a possibility of direct contact with water, oil, or chemicals (7) Locations with high humidity and where condensation may result Lens and Case Environmentally Resistive Sensors The E32-T11F/T12F/T14F/T81F-S/D12F/D82F E32-T11F/T12F/T14F/T81F-S/D12F/D82F and E3HQ can be used in locations (3) and (6) above. Optical Fiber Photoelectric Sensors in Explosive Gas Atmospheres The Fiber Unit can be installed in the hazardous area, and the Amplifier Unit can be installed in a non-hazardous area. For explosion or fire due to electrical equipment to occur, both the hazardous atmosphere and a source of ignition must be in the same location. Optical energy does not act as an ignition source, thus there is no danger of explosion or fire. The lens, case, and fiber covering are made of plastic, so this setup cannot be used if there is a possibility of contact with solvents that will corrode or degrade (e.g., cloud) the plastic. Accessories Using a Reflector (E39-R3/R37/RS1/RS2/RS3 E39-R3/R37/RS1/RS2/RS3) During Application (1) When using adhesive tape on the rear face, apply it after washing away oil and dust with detergent. The Reflector cannot be mounted if there is any oil or dirt remaining. (2) Do not press on the E39-RS1/RS2/RS3 E39-RS1/RS2/RS3 with metal or a fingernail.This may weaken performance. (3) This Sensor cannot be used in locations where oil or chemicals may splash on the Sensor. M8 and M12 Connectors Electrical sparks or high-temperature parts that have sufficient energy to cause explosion in a hazardous atmosphere are called ignition sources. Hazardous area The lens and case of the Photoelectric Sensor are primarily made of plastic. Dirt should be gently wiped off with a dry cloth. Do not use thinner or other organic solvents. · The case of the E3S-C is metal. The lens, however, is plastic. Non-hazardous area Fiber Unit Amplifier Unit Sensing object Influence from External Electrical Fields Do not bring a transceiver near the Photoelectric Sensor or its wiring, because this may cause incorrect operation. · Be sure to connect or disconnect the connector after turning OFF the Sensor. · Hold the connector cover to connect or disconnect the connector. · Secure the connector cover by hand. Do not use pliers, otherwise the connector may be damaged. · If the connector is not connected securely, the connector may be disconnected by vibration or the proper degree of protection of the Sensor may not be maintained. Others Values Given in Typical Examples The data and values given as typical examples are not ratings and performance and do not indicate specified performance. They are rather values from samples taken from production lots, and are provided for reference as guidelines. Typical examples include the minimum sensing object, engineering data, step (height) detection data, and selection list for specifications. Cleaning · Keep organic solvents away from the Sensor. Organic solvents will dissolve the surface. · Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the Sensor. http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2007 All Rights Reserved. C-6 Read and Understand This Catalog Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any questions or comments. Warranty and Limitations of Liability WARRANTY OMRON's exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year (or other period if specified) from date of sale by OMRON. 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