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 E3G-R1@/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. 1 E3G Mounting Brackets (Refer to E39-L/E39-S/E39-R) Appearance Model E39-L131 Quantity Applicable model Remarks 1 --- E3G-R1@ E3G-L7@ 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. 2 E3G 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. 3 E3G 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) 4 E3G 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 E3G 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. 6 E3G 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. 7 E3G 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. 8 E3G E3G-M@(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. 9 E3G (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 10 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 11 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. 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