E3G

Long-distance Photoelectric Sensor with Built-in Amplifier
E3G
CSM_E3G_DS_E_6_1
Line of Long-distance
Photoelectric Sensors for Large
Workpieces Includes Retroreflective Models with Sensing
Distance of 10 m and Distance
Settings Up to 2 m.
• Compact Retro-reflective models require less wiring and
less space with a sensing distance as long as 10 m.
• Distance-setting models feature a teaching function.
• Stability indicator shows at a glance when operating
conditions are stable.
• Relay and selectable NPN/PNP transistor outputs provided.
• Cable, standard connector, and terminal board models
available.
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
Be sure to read Safety Precautions on
page 8.
Ordering Information
Sensors (Refer to Dimensions on page 10.)
Sensing method
Appearance
Connection method
E39-R2
(provided)
Timer
function
Sensing distance
Pre-wired (2 m)
Connector (M12)
Retro-reflective
(with MSR function)
Distance-setting
Red light
---
10 m
*
Pre-wired (2 m)
Connector (M12)
Yes
White paper (300 × 300 mm)
---
0.2 to 2 m
Terminal block
NPN/PNP
selector
E3G-R13 2M
E3G-R17
Relay output
--E3G-MR19
(500 mm)
Terminal block
Infrared light
Model
Yes
---
E3G-MR19T
E3G-L73 2M
E3G-L77
--E3G-ML79
E3G-ML79T
---
* Values in parentheses indicate the minimum required distance between the Sensor and Reflector.
Accessories (Order Separately)
Reflectors (Refer to Dimensions on E39-L/E39-S/E39-R.)
Appearance
Sensing distance
Rated value
Reference value
Model
Minimum order
Remarks
10 m (500 mm) *
---
E39-R2
1
Provided with the [email protected]/MR19(T).
---
6 m (100 mm)*
E39-R1
1
---
Note: If you use the Reflector at any distance other than the rated distance, make sure that the stability indicator lights properly when you install the Sensor.
* Values in parentheses indicate the minimum required distance between the Sensor and Reflector.
Terminal Protection Cover for Side-pullout Cable (Refer to Dimensions on page 12.)
Appearance
Model
Minimum order
Applicable model
E39-L129
1
E3G-MR19(T)
E3G-ML79(T)
Remarks
Provided with rubber bushing and cap for pullout
prevention in vertical direction.
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Mounting Brackets (Refer to E39-L/E39-S/E39-R)
Appearance
Model
E39-L131
Quantity
Applicable model
Remarks
1
---
[email protected]
[email protected]
E39-L132
1
Rear-mounting use
E39-L135
1
Cable pulled out in the downward direction
E3G-MR19(T)
E3G-ML79(T)
E39-L136
1
---
Note: Mounting Brackets are not provided with Sensors and must be purchased separately.
Sensor I/O Connectors (M12) (Sockets on One Cable End) (Refer to Dimensions on XS2.)
Cable
Appearance
Cable type
2m
Straight
5m
Standard
2m
L-shaped
Model
XS2F-D421-DC0-F
Threeconductor
type
5m
XS2F-D421-GC0-F
XS2F-D422-DC0-F
XS2F-D422-GC0-F
Note: Refer to Introduction to Sensor I/O Connectors/Sensor Controllers for details.
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Ratings and Specifications
Sensing method
Item
Model
Sensing distance
Setting distance
Standard
sensing object
Differential travel
Directional angle
Reflectivity characteristics (black/
white error)
Light source
(wavelength)
Spot size
Retro-reflective (with MSR function)
E3G-R13
E3G-R17
E3G-MR19
E3G-MR19T
10 m (500 mm)*1 (when using E39-R2)
---
Power supply
voltage
10 to 30 VDC,
ripple (p-p): 10%
Current/Power
consumption
50 mA max.
Control output
Load power supply voltage:
30 VDC max.
Load current: 100 mA max.
Residual voltage:
NPN output: 1.2 V max.
PNP output: 2.0 V max.
Open collector output
(NPN/PNP selectable)
L.ON/D.ON selectable
Life
expectancy
(relay
output)
Opaque: 80-mm dia. min.
±10% max. (at 1-m sensing distance)
Red LED (650 nm)
---
Infrared LED (860 nm)
--12 to 240 VDC±10%,
ripple (p-p): 10% max.
24 to 240 VAC±10% at 50/
60 Hz
70 dia. max. (at 1-m sensing distance)
12 to 240 VDC±10%,
10 to 30 VDC,
ripple (p-p): 10% max.
ripple (p-p): 10% (p-p)
24 to 240 VAC±10% at 50/
60 Hz
2 W max.
60 mA max.
2 W max.
Relay output: SPDT, 3 A
(cosφ= 1) max. at 250 VAC or
3 A max. at 30 VDC
L.ON/D.ON selectable
Load power supply voltage:
30 VDC max.
Load current: 100 mA max.
Residual voltage:
NPN output: 1.2 V max.
PNP output: 2.0 V max.
Open collector output
(NPN/PNP selectable)
L.ON/D.ON selectable
Relay output: SPDT, 3 A
(cosφ= 1) max. at 250 VAC or
3 A max. at 30 VDC
L.ON/D.ON selectable
50,000,000 operations min.
(switching frequency: 18,000
operations/h)
100,000 operations min.
(switching frequency: 1,800
operations/h)
50,000,000 operations min.
(switching frequency: 18,000
operations/h)
100,000 operations min.
(switching frequency: 1,800
operations/h)
---
---
Power supply reverse polarity
protection, Output short-circuit Mutual interference prevenprotection, Mutual interfertion
ence prevention
Operate or reset: 1 ms
Operate or reset: 30 ms max.
Power supply reverse polarity
protection, Output short-circuit Mutual interference prevenprotection, Mutual interfertion
ence prevention
Operate or reset: 5 ms
Operate or reset: 30 ms max.
One-turn adjuster
Teaching (in NORMAL or ZONE mode)
Timer function
Ambient
illumination
(Receiver side)
Ambient temperature range
Ambient humidity
range
Insulation
resistance
Dielectric
strength
Vibration
resistance
Shock resistance
Degree of
protection
-----
Electrical
Response time
Sensitivity
adjustment
10% of setting distance
Sensor: 1° to 5°
---
E3G-ML79T
-----
Mechanical
Protection
circuits
Distance-setting
E3G-L73
E3G-L77
E3G-ML79
White paper (300 x 300 mm): 0.2 to 2 m
White paper (300 x 300 mm): 0.5 to 2 m
ON- or OFFdelay: 0 to 5 s
(adjustable)
---
ON- or OFFdelay: 0 to 5 s
(adjustable)
---
Incandescent lamp: 3,000 lx max.
Sunlight: 10,000 lx max.
Operating: −25° to 55°C, Storage: −30° to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Operating: 35% to 85%, Storage: 35% to 95% (with no condensation)
20 MΩ min. at 500 VDC
VAC, 50/60 Hz for
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min 2,000
1 min.
VAC, 50/60 Hz for
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min 2,000
1 min.
Destruction: 10 to 55 Hz, 1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 hours each in X, Y, and Z directions
Destruction: 500 m/s2 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions
IEC 60529 IP67 (with protective cover)
Connection
method
Pre-wired
(Standard
length: 2 m)
Weight
(packed state)
Mate- Case
rial
Lens
Accessories *2
PBT (polybutylene terephthalate)
Mechacrylic resin
Reflector, Adjustment screwdriver, and Instruction manual
Connector
(M12)
Approx. 150 g Approx. 50 g
Terminal block
Pre-wired
(Standard
length: 2 m)
Approx. 150 g
Connector
(M12)
Terminal block
Approx. 50 g
Approx. 150 g
Adjustment screwdriver and Instruction manual
*1. Values in parentheses indicate the minimum required distance between the Sensor and Reflector.
*2. Mounting Brackets are sold separately.
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Engineering Data (Reference Value)
E3G-R/MR Retro-reflective Models
Excess Gain vs. Set Distance
Parallel Operating Range
400
Set distance Y (mm)
Excess gain ratio
500 E39-R2 Reflector
100
E39-R2 Reflector
Y
300
X
200
100
10
0
4
6
8
10
12
Set distance X (m)
−100
Operating level
1
2
−200
−300
0.1
0
5
10
15
20
−400
Distance (m)
E3G-L/ML Distance-setting Models
Horizontal
Vertical
100
80
40
Distance setting: 0.5, 1, and 2 m
Sensing object: White paper
30 300 x 300 mm
Y
X
20
10
40
Distance setting: 1 and 2 m
Sensing object: White paper
30 300 x 300 mm
X
20
2m
0
0
−10
−10
−20
−20
−30
−30
0.5 m
40
20
−40
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
Sensing Object Angle Characteristics
(Vertical)
White paper
Black paper
Distance setting: 0.5, 1, and 2 m
2.5
2m
2
1.5
20
Sensing object: White paper
Sensing distance: 1 m
15
10
5
0
(Upwards
and
Downwards)
Inclination
angle
+θ
−θ
−5
1m
1
Sensing distance variation (%)
Sensing distance (m)
3
−10
0.5 m
0.5
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
Side length (one side) of sensing object: d (mm)
−40
2.5
0
2m
1m
0.5
1
1.5
−15
Sensing object
−20
−40 −30
−20
−10
0
10
20
30
40
Inclination angle (θ)
2
2.5
Set distance X (m)
Set distance X (m)
Distance (m)
Sensing Object Size vs. Setting
Distance
2
Sensing Object Angle (Horizontal)
Sensing distance variation (%)
0
Y
10
1m
0.5 m
60
Operating Range in ZONE Mode
Set distance Y (mm)
120
Operating Range in NORMAL Mode
Set distance Y (mm)
Spot Diameter (mm)
Spot Diameter vs. Sensing Distance
20
Sensing object: White paper
Sensing distance: 1 m
15
10
5
0
−5
−10
−15
−20
−40 −30
−20
−10
(Left and
Right)
Inclination
angle
+θ
−θ
Sensing object
0
10
20
30 40
Inclination angle (θ)
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Sensing Distance vs. Sensing Object
Material (at 1-m Setting Distance)
2.5
2.03 m
2
1.5
1.24 m
1.2
Sensing Distance vs. Sensing Object
Material (at 500-mm Setting Distance)
Sensing distance (m)
Sensing distance (m)
Sensing distance (m)
Close-range Characteristics
1
0.8
600
500
400
0.6
300
0.4
200
0.2
100
0
0
1
Mirror
Black rubber
Plywood
Fiberboard
Material
Black paper
Mirror
White paper
Material (teaching distance m)
Black rubber
0 mm
White
paper
(2 m)
Plywood
Black
paper
(2 m)
Fiberboard
53 mm 43 mm
Black White
paper paper
(0.5 m) (0.5 m)
Black paper
0 60 mm
White paper
0.51 m 0.52 m
0.5
Material
I/O Circuit Diagrams
NPN Output
Model
Operation
mode
Light-ON
E3G-R13
E3G-R17
E3G-L73
E3G-L77
Timing charts
Incident light
No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor OFF
Operate
Load
(relay)
Reset
Operation
selector
L side
(L-ON)
Output circuit
Operation
indicator
(Orange)
Stability
indicator
(Green)
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
1
PNP output
transistor
NPN or PNP
output selector
4
Dark-ON
Black
10 to 30 VDC
Load Load
current
Control output
*
NPN output
transistor
ZD
3
Incident light
No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor OFF
Operate
Load
(relay)
Reset
Brown
ZD
0V
Blue
* Set the NPN or PNP selector to NPN.
Connector Pin Arrangement
D side
(D-ON)
1
2
4
3
Pin 2 is not used.
PNP Output
Model
Operation
mode
Timing charts
Operation
selector
Output circuit
Incident light
Light-ON
No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor OFF
Load
(relay)
E3G-R13
E3G-R17
E3G-L73
E3G-L77
L side
(L-ON)
Operation
indicator
(Orange)
Stability
indicator
(Green)
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
Operate
Reset
1
PNP output
transistor
Dark-ON
Load
(relay)
Operate
Reset
10 to 30 VDC
ZD
*
NPN or PNP
output selector
4
NPN output
transistor
Incident light
No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor OFF
Brown
Black
Control output
Load
ZD
3
Blue
Load
current
0V
* Set the NPN or PNP selector to PNP.
Connector Pin Arrangement
D side
(D-ON)
1
2
4
3
Pin 2 is not used.
5
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Relay Output
Timer
function
Model
Operation
selector
Timing charts
Incident light
No incident light
None
L side
(L-ON)
ON
Operation
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Ta
OFF
E3G
-MR19
E3G
-ML79
Incident light
No incident light
D side
(D-ON)
ON
Operation
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Ta
OFF
T1
Incident light
No incident light
ON-delay*
Yes
E3G
-MR19T
E3G
-ML79T
OFF-delay*
T1
T1
T2
T1
T2 T2
T1
T2 T 2
T1
L side
(L-ON)
Td1
Td1
ON
OFF
ON
Output circuit
Td2
Td2
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
1
Tc
2
Ta
3
Tb
4
5
Contact output
(G6C Relay built in)
24 to 240 VAC or
Power
supply 12 to 240 VDC
(no polarity restriction)
Td2
OFF
T1
Incident light
No incident light
ON
ON-delay*
OFF
ON
OFF-delay*
OFF
T1
T1
T2
Td1
T1
T2 T 2
T1
T2 T 2
Td1
Td2
T1
Td1
D side
(D-ON)
Td2
Note: Td1, Td2: Delay time (0 to 5 s)
T1: A period longer than the delay time.
T2: A period shorter than the delay time.
* For ON- and OFF-delay timers, Td1 and Td2 are independently variable.
Plug (Sensor I/O Connector)
Pin No.
2
1
3
4
Wire color
1
2
3
4
Brown
Classification
Blue
Black
XS2F-D421-DC0-F
XS2F-D421-GC0-F
XS2F-D422-DC0-F
XS2F-D422-GC0-F
DC
Wire
color
Brown
--Blue
Black
Connector
Application
pin No.
1
Power supply (+V)
2
--3
Power supply (0 V)
4
Output
Note: Pin 2 is not used.
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Nomenclature
Retro-reflective
Distance-setting
E3G-R13 (Pre-wired Model)
E3G-R17 (Standard Connector Model)
E3G-L73 (Pre-wired Model)
E3G-L77 (Standard Connector Model)
Stability indicator
(Green)
Sensitivity adjuster
Operation indicator
(Orange)
Output selector
Operation selector
E3G-MR19 (Terminal Block Model)
E3G-MR19T (Terminal Block Model with Timer)
Stability indicator (Green)
Teaching indicator
(Red and green)
Output selector
NORMAL/ZONE
selector
Operation indicator
(Orange)
Mode selector:
TEACH, RUN (D-ON),
RUN (L-ON)
TEACH button
E3G-ML79 (Terminal Block Model)
E3G-ML79T (Terminal Block Model with Timer)
Stability indicator (Green)
Teaching indicator
(Red and green)
Sensitivity adjuster
ON-delay adjuster *
OFF-delay adjuster *
* The ON- or OFF-delay
adjuster is not available
with the E3G-MR19.
Operation indicator
(Orange)
Stability indicator (Green)
Operation selector
TEACH button
ON-delay adjuster *
OFF-delay adjuster *
Operation indicator
(Orange)
Mode selector
Operation selector
NORMAL/ZONE selector
* The ON- or OFF-delay
adjuster is not available
with the E3G-MR79.
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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.
● Mounting
Mounting
Do not use it for such purposes.
Mounting Directions
• Make sure that the sensing side of the
Sensor is parallel with the surface of
each sensing object. Do not incline the
Sensor towards the sensing object.
Precautions for Correct Use
Do not use the product in atmospheres or environments that exceed
product ratings.
Sensing side
Surface of
sensing object
E3G-R/MR
● Designing
Power Supply
A power supply with full-wave rectification can be connected to the
E3G-MR19(T).
● Wiring
If the sensing object has a glossy
surface, incline the Sensor by 5° to 10°
as shown below, provided that the
Sensor is not influenced by any
background objects.
The tensile strength of the cable during operation should not exceed
the values shown below.
Tensile strength
(torque)
Model
E3G-R13
E3G-MR19(T)
E3G-R17
• If there is a mirror-like object below the Sensor, the Sensor may not
be in stable operation. Therefore, incline the Sensor or keep the
Sensor a distance away from the mirror-like object as shown below.
50 N max.
10 N max.
● Adjusting
Indicators
Sensing
object
Mirror-like object
Incident level
• The following illustration indicates the operating levels of the E3G.
• Set the E3G so that it will work within the stable operation range.
Stable
operation
range*
Unstable
operation
range *
Stable
operation
range*
Glossy object
Stability indicator
(green)
Operation indicator (orange)
L. ON
D. ON
ON
ON
Operating
level x 1.2
Operating
level
Operating
level x 0.8
• Make sure not to install the Sensor in the incorrect direction. Refer
to the following.
OFF
OFF
Sensing
object
Sensing
object
OFF
ON
ON
Moving direction
Moving direction
Sensing
object
Moving direction
Install the Sensor as shown in the following if each sensing object
greatly differs in color or material.
*If the operating level is set to the stable operation range, the E3G will operate with the
highest reliability and without being influenced by temperature change, voltage fluctuation,
dust, or setting change. If the operating level cannot be set to the stable operation range,
pay close attention to environmental changes while operating the E3G.
E3G-L/ML
● Designing
Power Supply
A power supply with full-wave rectification can be connected to the
E3G-ML79(T).
● Wiring
The tensile strength of the cable during operation should not exceed
the values shown below.
Model
E3G-L73
E3G-ML79(T)
E3G-L77
Tensile strength
(torque)
Moving direction
Moving direction
● Others
EEPROM Write Errors
If a teaching data error occurs with the operation indicator flashing
due to a power failure or static noise, perform the teaching operation
of the Sensor again.
50 N max.
10 N max.
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[email protected](T)
All E3G Models
● Wiring
• The cable with an external diameter of 6 to 8 mm is recommended.
• Be sure to attach the cover with screws securely in order to
maintain the water- and dust-resistive properties of the product.
The size of the conduit opening is PF1/2 in accordance with JIS
B0202.
• Do not tighten the Terminal Protection Cover with wires pinched
between the Sensor and the cover in order to maintain the waterand dust-resistive properties of the product.
● Designing
Load Relay Contact
If E3G is connected to a load with contacts that spark when the load
is turned OFF (e.g., a contactor or valve), the normally-closed side
may be turned ON before the normally-open side is turned OFF or
vice-versa. If both normally-open output and normally-closed output
are used simultaneously, apply an surge suppressor to the load.
Refer to OMRON’s PCB Relays Catalog (X33) for typical examples of
surge suppressors.
Recommended Example
● Wiring
Connecting and Wiring
Terminal
protection cover
Rubber bushing*
63 mm
The E3G has a built-in function to protect the E3G from load
shortcircuiting. If load shortcircuiting results, the output will be turned
OFF. In that case, check the wiring and turn ON the E3G again so that
the short-circuit protection circuit will be reset. This function will
operate if the output current flow is at least 2.0 times the rated load
current. If a capacitive load is connected to the E3G, make sure that
the inrush current does not exceed 1.2 times the rated load current.
Washer*
1Tc
2Ta
3Tb
4
5
Output
Clamping nut*
Power supply
33 mm
*Not provided with UL-compliant (-US) models.
For UL certified products (-US type), use ULListed plastic cable gland.
The tightening torque is 3 N.m or less.
• Changing to Side-pullout Cable from Vertical-pullout Cable
1
2
E39-L129 Terminal
Protection Cover
Rubber bushing
Washer
2
● Mounting
Mounting Conditions
• If Sensors are mounted face-to-face, make sure that no optical
axes cross each other. Otherwise, mutual interference may result.
• Be sure to install the Sensor carefully so that the directional angle
range of the Sensor will not be directly exposed to intensive light,
such as sunlight, fluorescent light, or incandescent light.
• Do not strike the Photoelectric Sensor with a hammer or any other
tool during the installation of the Sensor, or the Sensor will loose its
water-resistive properties.
• Use M4 screws to mount the Sensor.
• When mounting the case, make sure that the tightening torque
applied to each screw does not exceed 1.2 N·m.
● Water Resistance
Tighten the operation cover screws and terminal block cover screws
to a torque of 0.3 to 0.5 N·m in order to ensure water resistivity.
Clamping nut
3
4
Rubber bushing*
Cap*
Procedure
1
2
3
4
*Provided with the E39-L129.
Operation
Remove the present cover.
Attach the E39-L129 Terminal Protection Cover for sidepullout cable.
Remove the clamping nut, washer, and rubber bushing of
the E3G. These are used for the side-pullout cable.
Attach the rubber bushing and cap provided with the
E39-L129 to the E3G as replacements.
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(Unit: mm)
Dimensions
Tolerance class IT16 applies to dimensions in this datasheet unless otherwise specified.
Sensors
Retro-reflective Models
Standard Connector Model
E3G-R17
Pre-wired Model
E3G-R13
Operation selector
Operation indicator (orange)
Note: All dimensions other than the
ones specified below are the
same as the corresponding
dimensions of E3G-R13.
Sensitivity M2.6
adjuster
Stability indicator
(green)
47.8
12
1.1
Receiver
Mounting
Holes
45
R11
Two, 4.5-dia.
mounting
holes
Two, M4
R7
22
25
25
68.5 67.8
18.8
14
8
29
24.4
7
10
Emitter
12
43
21
37
43
6-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors
(Conductor cross section: 0.38 mm2,
Insulator diameter: 1.3 mm),
Standard length: 2 m
Terminal Block Models
E3G-MR19
E3G-MR19T
Operation indicator (orange)
Stability indicator
(green)
12
M12 Connector 10.5 dia.
Operation
selector M2.6
Sensitivity adjuster
Receiver
8
OFF-delay adjuster*
ON-delay adjuster*
*The ON- or OFF-delay adjuster is not
available with the E3G-MR19.
Mounting Holes
Two, 4.5-dia.
mounting holes
R11
Two, M4
R7
22
18.8
74
84.95 84.45
74
14
35.95
6
37
Emitter
max. 11
2.1
16
37
12
29
68
44
Hexagonal nut
(Diagonal: 22)
Applicable cable:
6 to 8 dia.
PF1/2 conduit: JIS B 0202
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E3G
Distance-setting Models
Pre-wired Model
E3G-L73
Standard Connector Model
E3G-L77
Operation indicator (orange)
TEACH button
Stability indicator (green)
Teaching indicator (red/green)
M2.6
Operation
selector
Mounting
Holes
47.8
14
Note: All dimensions other than the
ones specified below are the
same as the corresponding
dimensions of the E3G-L73.
45
Two, 4.5-dia.
mounting
holes
Receiver
Two, M4
14-dia. lens
18
25
25
68.5 67.8
30
29
12.8
Emitter
8
13.7
7
43
10
21
6-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors
(conductor cross section: 0.38 mm2,
insulator diameter: 1.3 mm)
Standard length: 2 m
Terminal Block Models
E3G-ML79
E3G-ML79T
Operation indicator (orange) Operation
Stability indicator (green)
selector
Teaching indicator (red/green)
M2.6 nut
8
M12 Connector
10.5 dia.
M2.6
OFF-delay adjuster*
ON-delay adjuster*
TEACH button
14
37
43
*The ON- or OFF-delay adjuster is not
available with the E3G-ML79.
Mounting Holes
Two, 4.5-dia.
mounting holes
Two, M4
Receiver
14-dia. lens
18
74
74
84.95 84.45
30
24.4
6
37
Emitter
13.7
29
max. 11
16
37
68
44
Hexagonal nut
(Diagonal: 22)
Applicable cable:
6 to 8 dia.
PF1/2 conduit: JIS B 0202
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E3G
Accessories (Order Separately)
Terminal Protection Cover for Side-pullout Cable
E39-L129
Terminal Protection Cover for Side-pullout Cable
(Example: E3G-MR19)
M2.6
19
M2.6
61.8
29
81.5
22
90.3
81
Note: 1. The cover is provided with a rubber bushing and cap
to prevent the cable from being pulled out vertically.
2. Refer to page 9 for the mounting method of the
product.
44
Hexagonal nut
(Diagonal: 22)
Applicable cable:
6 to 8 dia.
Cap (provided with the E39-L129)
(PF1/2 conduit: JIS B 0202)
Reflectors
Refer to E39-L/E39-S/E39-R for details.
Mounting Brackets
Refer to E39-L/E39-S/E39-R for details.
Sensor I/O Connectors
Refer to Introduction to Sensor I/O Connectors/Sensor Controllers for details.
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