Safety Limit Switch [email protected] CSM_D4B-_N_DS_E_10_1 Robust safety limit switch with metal housing Slow-action and snap-action contact with certified direct opening operation certification • Direct opening mechanism (NC contacts only) added to enable opening contacts when faults occur, such as fused contacts. • Safety of lever settings ensured using a mechanism that engages a gear between the operating position indicator plate and the lever. • Equipped with a mechanism that indicates the applicable operating zone, as well as push-button switching to control left and right motion. • Head seal structure strengthened to improve seal properties (TÜV: IEC IP67, UL: NEMA 3, 4, 4X, 6P, and 13). • Wide standard operating temperature range: –40 to 80°C (standard type). • Certified standards: UL, CSA, EN (TÜV), and CCC. Note: Contact your sales representative for details on models with safety standard certification. For the most recent information on models that have been certified for safety standards, refer to your OMRON website. Be sure to read the “Safety Precautions” on page 9. Model Number Structure Model Number Legend [email protected]@@@N 1 2 3 1. Conduit size 2: G1/2 (PF1/2) (1-conduit) 4: M20 (1 conduit) 2. Built-in Switch 1: 1NC/1NO (snap-action) 5: 1NC/1NO (slow-action) A: 2NC (slow-action) 3. Actuator 11: Roller lever (resin roller) 15: Roller lever (stainless steel roller) 16: Adjustable roller lever 17: Adjustable rod lever 70: Top plunger 71: Top roller plunger 1 [email protected] Ordering Information Set Model Numbers Consult with your OMRON representative when ordering any models that are not listed in this table. Safety Limit Switches (with Direct Opening Mechanism) 1NC/1NO (Snap-action) Actuator Conduit openings Model Direct opening 1NC/1NO (Slow-action) Model Direct opening 2NC (Slow-action) Model Roller lever (resin roller) G1/2 (PF1/2) D4B-2111N D4B-2511N D4B-2A11N M20 D4B-4111N D4B-4511N D4B-4A11N Roller lever (stainless steel roller) G1/2 (PF1/2) D4B-2115N D4B-2515N D4B-2A15N M20 D4B-4115N D4B-4515N D4B-4A15N G1/2 (PF1/2) D4B-2170N D4B-2570N D4B-2A70N M20 D4B-4170N D4B-4570N D4B-4A70N G1/2 (PF1/2) D4B-2171N D4B-2571N D4B-2A71N M20 D4B-4171N D4B-4571N D4B-4A71N Direct opening Top plunger Top roller plunger General-purpose Limit Switches 1NC/1NO (Snap-action) Actuator Adjustable roller lever Adjustable rod lever Conduit openings G1/2 (PF1/2) Model Direct opening D4B-2116N 1NC/1NO (Slow-action) Model D4B-2516N --M20 D4B-4116N G1/2 (PF1/2) D4B-2117N D4B-4117N 2NC (Slow-action) Model D4B-4516N --D4B-4A16N D4B-2517N D4B-2A17N --- D4B-4517N Direct opening D4B-2A16N --- --M20 Direct opening --D4B-4A17N Note: Consult your OMRON representative for products. 2 [email protected] Specifications Standards and EC Directives Conforms to the following EC Directives: • • • • • Machinery Directive Low Voltage Directive EN50041 EN60204-1 EN ISO 14119 Certified Standards Snap-action Models Certification body TÜV Rheinland Slow-action Models Standard EN60947-5-1 (certified direct opening mechanism) GS-ET-15 File No. Certification body Consult your OMRON representative for details. TÜV Rheinland EN60947-5-1 (uncertified direct J50005477 * opening mechanism) Standard EN60947-5-1 (certified direct opening mechanism) GS-ET-15 File No. Consult your OMRON representative for details. EN60947-5-1 (uncertified direct J50005477 * opening mechanism) UL UL508 E76675 UL UL508 E76675 CSA C22.2 No. 14 LR45746 CSA C22.2 No. 14 LR45746 CQC (CCC) GB14048.5 2003010305077612 CQC (CCC) GB14048.5 2003010305077612 * Adjustable roller lever, adjustable rod lever only. * Adjustable roller lever, adjustable rod lever only. Certified Standard Ratings TÜV (EN60947-5-1), CCC (GB14048.5) Item Utilization category AC-15 Rated operating current (Ie) 2A Rated operating voltage (Ue) 400 V Note: As protection against short-circuiting, use either a gI-type or gG-type 10 A fuse that conforms to IEC60269. UL/CSA: (UL508, CSA C22.2 No. 14) A600 Rated voltage 120 VAC 240 VAC 480 VAC 600 VAC Current (A) Carry current 10 A Make 60 30 15 12 Volt-amperes (VA) Break 6 3 1.5 1.2 Make 7,200 Break 720 3 [email protected] Ratings Non-inductive load (A) Rated voltage (V) Resistive load NC Inductive load (A) Lamp load NO NC Inductive load NO NC Motor load NO NC 125 VAC 250 400 10 10 10 3 2 1.5 1.5 1 0.8 10 10 3 5 3 1.5 8 VDC 14 30 125 250 10 10 6 0.8 0.4 6 6 4 0.2 0.1 3 3 3 0.2 0.1 10 10 6 0.8 0.4 6 6 4 0.2 0.1 Note: 1. 2. 3. 4. NO 2.5 1.5 0.8 The above values are continuous currents. Inductive loads have a power factor of 0.4 or higher (AC) or a time constant of 7 ms or lower (DC). Lamp loads have a inrush current of 10 times the normal current. Motor loads have a inrush current of 6 times the normal current. Inrush current 30 A max. Characteristics Degree of protection *1 Durability *2 IP67 (EN60947-5-1) Mechanical Electrical Operating speed Operating frequency 30,000,000 operations min. (snap-action) 10,000,000 operations min. (slow-action) 500,000 operations min. (10 A resistive load at 250 VAC) 1 mm/s to 0.5 m/s Mechanical Electrical 120 operations/minute 30 operations/minute Contact resistance 25 mΩ max. Minimum applicable load *3 180 mA resistive load at 5 VAC (N-level reference value) Rated insulation voltage (Ui) 600 V (EN60947-5-1) Rated frequency 50/60 Hz Protection against electric shock Class I (with ground terminal) Pollution degree (operating environment) 3 (EN60947-5-1) Between terminals of same polarity Impulse withstand voltage Between terminals (EN60947-5-1) of different polarity 2.5 kV (snap-action)/4 kV (slow-action) 4 kV (slow-action) Between each 4 kV terminal and ground Insulation resistance 100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between terminals of the same polarity and between each terminal and non-current-carrying part Contact gap 2 × 2 mm min. (slow-action) 2 × 0.5 mm min. (snap-action) Vibration resistance Shock resistance Malfunction 10 to 55 Hz, 0.75 mm single amplitude Destruction 1,000 m/s2 min. Malfunction 300 m/s2 min. Conditional short-circuit current 100 A (EN60947-5-1) Conventional enclosed thermal current (Ithe) 20 A (EN60947-5-1) Ambient operating temperature –40 to 80°C (with no icing) Ambient operating humidity 95% max. Weight Approx. 250 g Note: 1. The above values are initial values. 2. The above values may vary depending on the model. Consult your OMRON sales representative for details. *1. The degree of protection is tested using the method specified by the standard (EN60947-5-1). Confirm that sealing properties are sufficient for the operating conditions and environment beforehand. *2. The durability is for an ambient temperature of 5 to 35°C and ambient humidity of 40% to 70%. For further conditions, consult your OMRON sales representative. *3. The above values may vary depending on switching frequency, environmental condition, and relativity level, consult your OMRON sales representative. 4 [email protected] Engineering Data Electrical Durability (Snap-action) (Ambient temperature: 5 to 30°C, ambient humidity: 40 to 70%) (cosφ = 0.4) 1,000 500 125 VAC Operating frequencies: 30 times/min., cosφ = 1 300 250 VAC 480 VAC 100 Operations (x 104) Operations (x 104) (cosφ = 1) 1,000 500 300 250 VAC 100 50 50 30 30 10 10 Switching current (A) Operating frequencies: 30 times/min., cosφ = 0.4 500 VAC Switching current (A) Structure and Nomenclature Structure Head Can be connected in any of four directions (except for Roller Plunger Models, which can be connected at either of 2 directions that differ by 90°) The roller lever switch employs a system which allows selection of operation on only one side (left or right) or both sides without the use of any tools. Seal Ring Sealing properties improved by using a X ring and bearing-free structure. Roller Nylon rollers used for superior resistance to wear. Lever (Form Lock Structure) The lever has an operating position indication plate and grooves that mate every 90° to prevent slipping between the rotary axis and lever. The operating position indicator plate Built-in Switch Direct opening mechanism used for NC contact to separate contact for faults, such as contact welding. The heights of the NC and NO terminals are different to enable easier wiring. Conduit Opening G1/2 or M20 Cover Ground Screw Ground screws are provided on all models for increased safety. 5 [email protected] Direct Opening Mechanism 1NO/1NC Contact (Snap-action) Conforms to EN60947-5-1 Direct Opening (Only NC contact has a direct opening mechanism.) 1. When contact welding occurs. 2. When contacts are being pulled apart. Movable contact Safety cam directly pushes up the movable contact blade. Movable contact blade B Plunger A 3. When contacts are completely pulled apart. Safety cam Fixed contact (NC) 1NC/1NO Contact (Slow-action) 2NC Contact (Slow-action) Conforms to EN60947-5-1 Direct Opening (Only NC contact has a direct opening mechanism.) When contact welding occurs, the contacts are separated from each other by the plunger being pushed in. Conforms to EN60947-5-1 Direct Opening (Both NC contacts have a direct opening mechanism.) When contact welding occurs, the contacts are separated from each other by the plunger being pushed in. Fixed contact (NC) Contact spring Fixed contact (NC) Plunger Return spring Movable contact Plunger Contact spring Movable contact Return spring Fixed contact (NO) Contact Form Model Contact Contact form Za [email protected]@N 1NC/1NO (Snap-action) 13 14 Diagrams 11-12 ON 13-14 11 Explanation Terminal numbers 11-12 and 13-14 cannot be used as unlike poles. Stroke 12 Zb [email protected]@N 1NC/1NO (Slow-action) 11 12 11-12 ON 23-24 23 Zb [email protected]@N 2NC (Slow-action) 11-12 11 21 12 22 ON 21-22 Stroke Only NC contact 11-12 has a certified direct opening mechanism. Terminal numbers 11-12 or 23-24 can be used as unlike poles. Stroke 24 Only NC contact 11-12 has a certified direct opening mechanism. Both NC contacts 11-12 and 21-22 have a certified direct opening mechanism. Terminal numbers 11-12 and 21-22 can be used as unlike poles. Note: Terminal numbers are according to EN50013; contact symbols are according to IEC60947-5-1. 6 [email protected] Dimensions and Operating Characteristics (Unit: mm) Note: Omitted dimensions are the same as those for the Roller Lever Type Models [email protected]@@N have a G1/2 conduit opening. [email protected]@@N have a M20 conduit opening. Switches Roller Lever [email protected]@11N Roller Lever (Stainless Steel Roller) [email protected]@15N 17.5 × 7 stainless steel roller 62±1 17.5 dia. × 6.6 resin roller PT 21° ±3° M5 × 12 56 28.3 Allen-head bolt Four, M3.5 × 19.5 head mounting screws 31.5R Set position indicator plate *1 23 131.3±1.2 60±0.2 11.5 131.3±1.2 77 15 30±0.2 60±0.2 +1 0 Adjustable Roller Lever *2 [email protected]@16N 19 dia. × 7 resin roller 25 to 89R 28.3 Four, M3.5 × 24.5 head mounting screws 3 dia. × 160 stainless steel rod 74 15 30±0.2 +1 0 74 30±0.2 40 43 77 7.3 5.3 Conduit opening 31.5 40 99.5 Two, M4 × 12 cover mounting screws Cover 8 5.3 22.5 Two, 5.3-dia. mounting holes 60±0.2 7.3 8 Four, M3.5 × 24.5 head mounting screws M5 × 12 Allen-head bolts 99.5 Two, M4 × 12 cover mounting screws Cover 16 Setting position indicator *1 23 77 56.8 28.3 145 max. 22.5 Two, 5.3-dia. mounting holes 3 60±0.2 66±1 5.4 16 Conduit opening 43 Adjustable Rod Lever *2 [email protected]@17N M5 × 16 Allen-head bolts 2 23 +1 0 Set position indicator plate *1 1 15 31.5 40 64.4 77 7.3 30±0.2 71±1 53 46.8 99.5 74 5.3 Conduit opening 31.5 43 40 22.5 Two, 5.3 dia. mounting holes Two, M4 × 12 cover mounting screws Cover 8 5.3 Four, M3.5 × 19.5 head mounting screws 11.5 99.5 7.3 8 16 Set position indicator plate *1 23 74 56 28.3 31.5R 22.5 Two, 5.3-dia. mounting holes Two, M4 × 12 cover mounting Cover screws 62±1 PT 21°±3° M5 × 12 Allen-head bolt 16 +1 0 15 Conduit opening 31.5 43 Note: Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions. *1. The lever can be set to any desired position by turning the operating position indicator. *2. In terms of construction, the Switch is a General-purpose Limit Switch rather than a Safety Limit Switch. Operating characteristics Operating force Release force Pretravel Overtravel Movement differential Direct opening travel Direct opening force Total travel Model [email protected]@11N [email protected]@15N [email protected]@16N [email protected]@17N *1 *2 OF max. RF min. PT PT (2nd) *3 *5 OT min. MD max. *4 DOT min. *3 *6 *4 *6 DOF min. *6 TT *5 9.41N 1.47N 21°±3° (45°) 50° 12° 35° 55° 19.61N (75°) 9.41N 1.47N 21°±3° (45°) 50° 12° 35° 55° 19.61N (75°) 9.41N 1.47N 21°±3° (45°) 50° 12° 35° 55° 19.61N (75°) 2.12N 0.29N 21°±3° (45°) 50° 12° 35° 55° 19.61N (75°) Note: Variation occurs in the simultaneity of contact opening/closing operations of 2NC contacts. Check contact operation. *1. The operating characteristics of these Switches were measured with the roller level set at 31.5 mm. *2. The operating characteristics of these Switches were measured with the rod level set at 140 mm. *3. Only for slow-action models. *4. Only for snap-action models. *5. Reference values. *6. Must be provided to ensure safe operation. 7 [email protected] Top Plunger [email protected]@70N Top Roller Plunger [email protected]@71N 16 PT 9.2 dia. Stainless steel plunger Two, 5.3-dia. mounting holes 74 77 8 5.3 15 30±0.2 40 Conduit opening 97 74 5.3 30±0.2 31.5 +1 0 20 Two, M4 × 12 cover mounting screws Cover 7.3 60±0.2 7.3 8 Four, M3.5 × 19.5 head mounting screws Two, 5.3-dia. mounting holes 97 Two, M4 × 12 cover mounting screws Cover 16 9.2 dia. OP 20 OP 60±0.2 12.7 dia. × 4.8 stainless steel roller PT Four, M3.5 × 19.5 head mounting screws +1 0 43 40 15 77 Conduit opening 31.5 43 Note: Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions. Operating characteristics Operating force Release force Pretravel Model [email protected]@70N [email protected]@71N Overtravel Movement differential Direct opening travel Direct opening force Total travel OF max. RF min. PT max. PT (2nd) *1 *3 OT min. MD max. *2 DOT min. *4 DOF min. *4 TT *3 18.63 N 1.96 N 2 mm (3 mm) 5 mm 1 mm 3.2 mm 49.03 N (7 mm) 18.63 N 1.96 N 2 mm (3 mm) 5 mm 1 mm 3.2 mm 49.03N (7 mm) Free position Operating position FP max. OP 38 mm 35±1 mm 51 mm 48±1 mm Note: Variation occurs in the simultaneity of contact opening/closing operations of 2NC contacts. Check contact operation. *1. Only for slow-action models. *2. Only for snap-action models. *3. Reference values. *4. Must be provided to ensure safe operation. 8 [email protected] Application Precaution Changing the Operating Direction Operating section (on back of Head) Switches with Roller Levers The operating direction of the lever can be easily changed without using any tools. It can be set to clockwise operation (CW) or counterclockwise (CCW) operation. Use the procedure given at the right to change the operating direction. Operating procedure 1. Remove the four Head set screws and remove the Head from the Switch Box. Head Cover Operating position mark (arrow) 2. Turn the bottom of the Head toward you, press in the Head Cover shown in the diagram at the left, and turn the Cover clockwise or counterclockwise. Note: The factory setting is for “CW.CCW.” 3. The “CW” setting is for clockwise operation and the “CCW” setting is for counterclockwise operation. Set the Cover to the desired position. Safety Precautions Be sure to read the precautions for All Safety Limit Switches in the website at:http://www.ia.omron.com/. Indication and Meaning for Safe Use Mounting Precautions for Safe Use Supplementary comments on what to do or avoid doing, to use the product safely. Precautions for Correct Use Supplementary comments on what to do or avoid doing, to prevent failure to operate, or undesirable effect on product performance. Use four M5 screws with washers to mount the standard model. Be sure to apply the proper torque to tighten each screw. Mounting Dimensions (M5) Standard Model Precautions for Safe Use • Do not use the Switch submerged in oil or water, or in locations continuously subject to splashes of oil or water. Doing so may result in oil or water entering the Switch interior. (The IP67 degree of protection specification for the Switch refers to water penetration while the Switch is submersed in water for a specified period of time.) • Always attach the cover after completing wiring and before using the Switch. Also, do not turn ON the Switch with the cover open. Doing so may result in electric shock. Precautions for Correct Use Appropriate Tightening Torque (3) (6) Be sure to tighten each screw of the [email protected] properly, otherwise the [email protected] may malfunction. (4) (1) 60 30 Changes in Actuator Mounting Position • To change the angle of the lever, loosen the Allen-head bolts on the side of the lever. • The operating position indicator plate * has protruding parts which engage with the lever, thus allowing changes to the lever position by 90°. • The back of the operating position indicator plate * has no protruding parts. If this plate is turned over and attached, any angle within a 360° range can be set. Do not turn over the plate, however, when using the [email protected] as a switch with a certified direct opening mechanism. For an SUVA- or BIA-certified application, make sure that the lever engages with the operating position indicator plate securely so that the lever will not slip. * The operating position indicator plate: Refer to page 5. Changes in Head Mounting Position By removing the screws on the four corners of the head, the head can be reset in any of four directions. Make sure that no foreign materials will penetrate through the head. (5) Type 1 M3.5 terminal screw (2) Appropriate tightening torque 0.59 to 0.78 N·m 2 Cover mounting screw * 1.18 to 1.37 N·m 3 Head mounting screw 0.78 to 0.88 N·m 4 M5 body mounting screw 4.90 to 5.88 N·m 5 Connector 1.77 to 2.16 N·m Lever Mounting Screws (Roller 6 4.90 to 5.88 N·m Levers) 9 [email protected] Wiring Conduit Opening Do not connect the bare lead wires directly to the terminals but be sure to connect each of them by using an insulation tube and M3.5 round crimp terminals and tighten each terminal screw within the specified torque range. The proper lead wire is 20 to 14 AWG (0.5 to 2.5 mm2) in size. dz dia.: D dia.: B: L: F: l: • Make sure that each connector is tightened within the specified torque range. The casing may be damaged if the connector is tightened excessively. • Use an OMRON SC-series Connector (sold separately) that is suited to the cable in diameter. Others 3.7 mm 4.5 mm 7.0 mm 20.2 mm D dia. 7.7 mm 9.0 mm • The load for the actuator (roller) of the Switch must be imposed on the actuator in the horizontal direction, otherwise the actuator or the rotating axis may be deformed or damaged. Correct Incorrect dz dia. Make sure that all crimp terminals come into contact with the casing or cover as shown below, otherwise the cover may not be mounted properly or the [email protected] may malfunction. Correct Crimp terminal Terminal screw Cover Cover Casing θ θ Incorrect Terminal screw Crimp terminal Dog • When using a long lever model, the [email protected]@16N or [email protected]@17N, the Switch may telegraph. To avoid telegraphing, take the following precautions. 1. Set the lever to operate in one direction. 2. Modify the rear end of the dog to an angle of 15° to 30° as shown below or to a secondary-degree curve. Incorrect Terminal screw Correct Dog θ ≥ 30° 15° ≤ θ ≤ 30° 3. Modify the circuit so as not to detect the wrong operating signals. Crimp terminal Casing Correct Crimp terminal Incorrect Crimp terminal 10 Terms and Conditions Agreement 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. Warranties. (a) Exclusive Warranty. Omron’s exclusive warranty is that the Products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of twelve months from the date of sale by Omron (or such other period expressed in writing by Omron). Omron disclaims all other warranties, express or implied. (b) Limitations. 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