E3X-SD/-NA - OMRON Industrial Automation

Simple Fiber Amplifier Unit
E3X-SD/-NA
Simple and Affordable Fiber Amplifier Units
• Reasonable price.
• Use the one-key one-function feature for quick,
easy operation.
• GIGA RAY for the highest level of power in this class for
stable detection even with sensing objects with low
reflection or large sensing objects. *
*Excluding E3X-NA@@V Amplifiers.
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
Ordering Information
Fiber Amplifier Units [Refer to Dimensions on page 11.]
Digital Display and Direct Key Setting
Item
Connection
method
Appearance
Ratings and
Specifications
Pre-wired (2 m)
Standard models
Model
NPN output
PNP output
E3X-SD21 2M
E3X-SD51 2M
E3X-SD7
E3X-SD9
--Wire-saving
connector *
*An Amplifier Unit Connector (sold separately) is required.
Bar Display and Adjuster Setting
Item
Appearance
Connection
method
Ratings and
Specifications
Pre-wired (2 m)
Standard models
PNP output
E3X-NA11 2M
E3X-NA41 2M
E3X-NA6
E3X-NA8
E3X-NA11F 2M
E3X-NA41F 2M
E3X-NA11V 2M
E3X-NA41V 2M
E3X-NA14V
E3X-NA44V
--Wire-saving
connector *1
High-speed
detection models
Model
NPN output
Pre-wired (2 m)
Response time: 20 μs
Pre-wired (2 m)
Water-resistant
models
Degree of protection:
IP66
Connector (M8) *2
*1. An Amplifier Unit Connector (sold separately) is required.
*2. A Sensor I/O Connector (sold separately) is required.
1
E3X-SD/-NA
Accessories (sold separately)
Amplifier Unit Connectors (Required for models for Wire-saving Connectors.)
Note: Protective seals provided. [Refer to Dimensions on page 15.]
Item
Appearance
Cable length
No. of conductors
Model
3
E3X-CN11
1
E3X-CN12
Master Connector
2m
Slave Connector
Ordering Precautions for Amplifier Units
Connectors
A Connector is not provided with the Amplifier Unit.
Refer to the tables at the right when placing an order.
Fiber Amplifier Units
Type
NPN
PNP
Standard
models
E3X-SD7
E3X-SD9
E3X-NA6
E3X-NA8
Applicable Connectors (sold separately)
+
Master Connector
Slave Connector
E3X-CN11 (3-wire)
E3X-CN12 (1-wire)
When Using 5 Amplifier Units
5 Fiber Amplifier Units
+
1 Master Connector + 4 Slave Connectors
Sensor I/O Connectors (Required for models with M8 Connectors.)
[Refer to Dimensions on XS3.]
Size
Cable specifications
M8
Cable type
Straight
connector
2m
L-shaped
connector
2m
5m
Standard cable
Model
XS3F-M421-402-A
Fourconductor
cable
5m
XS3F-M421-405-A
XS3F-M422-402-A
XS3F-M422-405-A
Mounting Brackets
End Plate
A Mounting Bracket is not provided with the Fiber Amplifier Unit. Order a
Mounting Bracket separately if required.
[Refer to Dimensions on page 15.]
End Plates are not provided with the Fiber Amplifier Unit.
Order End Plates separately if required.
[Refer to Dimensions on page 15.]
Appearance
2
Appearance
Applicable models
Model
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
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E39-L143
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E39-L148
Quantity
1
Appearance
Model
Quantity
PFP-M
1
E3X-SD/-NA
Ratings and Specifications
Fiber Amplifier Units
Digital display and direct key setting
Type
Bar display and adjuster setting
Standard models
Standard models
High-speed detection
models
Water-resistant models
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
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Model
Item
Light source (wavelength) Red, 4-element LED (625 nm)
Red LED (680 nm)
Power supply voltage
12 to 24 VDC ±10%, ripple (p-p): 10% max.
Power consumption/
Current consumption
At Power Supply Voltage of 24 VDC
960 mW max./40 mA max.
At Power Supply Voltage of 12 VDC
960 mW max./80 mA max.
At Power Supply Voltage of 24 VDC
840 mW max./35 mA max.
At Power Supply Voltage of 12 VDC
420 mW max./35 mA max.
Control output
Open-collector output (NPN or PNP)
Load power supply: 26.4 V max.,
Load current: 50 mA max.
(Residual voltage: 1.5 V max.)
Light-ON/Dark-ON mode selector
Open-collector output (NPN or PNP)
Load power supply: 26.4 V max.,
Load current: 50 mA max.
(Residual voltage: 1 V max.)
Light-ON/Dark-ON mode selector.
Response time
Operate or reset: 200 μs max. (✽1)
Sensitivity adjustment
UP/DOWN direct key setting, teaching
with/without a workpiece, automatic teaching
8-turn sensitivity adjuster (with indicator)
Protection circuits
Power supply reverse polarity protection,
output short-circuit protection,
output reverse polarity protection
Power supply reverse polarity protection,
output short-circuit protection
Timer function
---
Operate: 20 μs max.
Reset: 30 μs max.
Operate or reset:
200 μs max. (✽1)
No timer, OFF-delay timer; or Timer selector (timer time: 40 ms (fixed))
Mutual interference
prevention
Up to 5 Amplifiers (optically synchronized) (✽2)
Up to 5 Amplifiers (optically synchronized) (✽2)
Ambient illumination
Receiver side
Incandescent lamp: 10,000 lux max.
Sunlight: 20,000 lux max.
Number of gang-mounted
Amplifiers
16 max. (The ambient temperature specification depends on the number of gang-mounted Amplifiers.)
Ambient temperature
range
Operating: Groups of 1 to 3 Amplifiers:
−25°C to 55°C
Groups of 4 to 11 Amplifiers:
−25°C to 50°C
Groups of 12 to 16 Amplifiers: −25°C to 45°C
Storage: −30°C to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ. min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC at 50/60 Hz for 1 minute (✽3)
Vibration resistance
Destruction: 10 to 55 Hz with a 1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 hours each in X, Y and Z directions
Shock resistance
Destruction: 500 m/s2, for 3 times each in X, Y and Z directions
Degree of protection
IEC 60529 IP50 (with Protective Cover attached)
Connection method
Pre-wired (standard cable length: 2 m), or connector
None
IEC 60529 IP66
(with Protective Cover attached)
Weight (packed state) (✽4) Pre-wired model: Approx. 100 g, Model with connector: Approx. 55 g
Material
Case
Polybutylene terephthalate (PBT)
Cover
Polycarbonate (PC)
Accessories
Polyethersulfone (PES)
Instruction manual
✽1. When there are 8 or more E3X-NA Amplifiers mounted side-by-side, the response time will be 350 μs max.
✽2. Mutual interference prevention is effective when E3X-SD/-NA-series Fiber Amplifier Units are gang-mounted without other E3X-series Fiber Amplifier Units.
✽3. Water-resistant models and models with connectors have a dielectric strength of 500 VAC.
✽4. Add 10 g for water-resistant models.
Amplifier Unit Connectors (Wire-saving Connectors)
Item
Model
E3X-CN11
E3X-CN12
Rated current
2.5 A
Rated voltage
50 V
Contact resistance
20 mΩ max. (20 mVDC max., 100 mA max.)
(The above figure is for connection to the Fiber Amplifier Unit and the adjacent Connector. It does not include the conductor resistance of
the cable.)
Number of insertions
Material
Destruction: 50 times (for connection to the Fiber Amplifier Unit and the adjacent Connector)
Housing
Polybutylene terephthalate (PBT)
Contact
Phosphor bronze/gold-plated nickel
Weight (packed state)
Approx. 55 g
Approx. 25 g
3
E3X-SD/-NA
Sensing distance
Threaded Models
Detection
method
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing direction
Size
Model
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
E32-T11N 2M
Right-angle
M4
Straight
M3
Right-angle
M4
M6
Reflective
M3
280
1,800
600
900
E32-T11R 2M
560
160
280
E32-LT11 2M
2,100
700
1,050
E32-LT11R 2M
1,800
600
900
E32-C31N 2M
25
7.5
13
E32-C21N 2M
65
21
32
E32-D21N 2M
170
56
85
E32-C11N 2M
170
50
85
E32-LD11N 2M
170
56
85
E32-D21R 2M
30
10
15
E32-C31 2M
80
26
40
E32-D211R 2M
30
10
15
E32-D11R 2M
180
60
90
E32-CC200 2M
300
100
150
E32-LD11 2M
180
60
90
E32-LD11R 2M
170
56
85
E32-C31M 1M
M4
Straight
M6
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160
E32-LT11N 2M
Through-beam
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530
Cylindrical Models
Detection
method
Sensing distance (mm)
Size
Sensing direction
1 dia.
Through-beam
1.5 dia.
Top-view
3 dia.
Side-view
1.5 dia.
1.5 dia.
Reflective
+ 0.5 dia.
Top-view
3 dia.
3 dia. + 0.8 dia.
Model
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
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E32-T223R 2M
120
36
60
E32-T22B 2M
200
60
100
E32-T12R 2M
560
160
280
E32-T14LR 2M
220
66
110
E32-D22B 2M
30
10
15
E32-D43M 1M
6
2
3
E32-D22R 2M
30
10
15
E32-D221B 2M
70
20
35
E32-D32L 2M
160
50
80
E32-D33 2M
16
4
10
Flat Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Detection
method
Sensing direction
Top-view
E32-T15XR 2M
Through-beam
Side-view
E32-T15YR 2M
Flat-view
E32-T15ZR 2M
Reflective
Model
Top-view
E32-D15XR 2M
Side-view
E32-D15YR 2M
Flat-view
E32-D15ZR 2M
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
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560
160
280
220
66
110
180
60
90
40
10
20
Sleeve Models
Detection
method
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing direction
Side-view
Through-beam
Top-view
Model
Top-view
60
18
30
180
36
60
E32-T21-S1 2M
130
43
65
40
13.5
20
560
160
280
E32-D24R 2M
14
4.6
7
E32-D24-S2 2M
26
8
13
E32-D43M 1M
6
2
3
E32-D331 2M
3
1
1.5
E32-D33 2M
16
4
10
14
4
7
30
10
15
57
19
28
180
60
90
57
19
28
E32-T33 1M
E32-D31-S1 0.5M
E32-DC200F4R 2M
E32-D22-S1 2M
E32-D21-S3 2M
E32-DC200BR 2M
E32-D25-S3 2M
4
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E32-T24E 2M
E32-D32-S1 0.5M
Reflective
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E32-T24R 2M
E32-TC200BR 2M
Side-view
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
E3X-SD/-NA
Small-spot, Reflective
Type
Variable spot
Parallel light
Integrated lens
Center distance
(mm)
0.1 to 0.6 dia.
6 to 15
E32-C42 1M + E39-F3A
Spot diameter of 0.1 to 0.6 mm at 6 to 15 mm.
0.3 to 1.6 dia.
10 to 30
E32-C42 1M + E39-F17
Spot diameter of 0.3 to 1.6 mm at 10 to 30 mm.
4 dia.
0 to 20
Model
E32-C31 2M + E39-F3C
E32-C31N 2M + E39-F3C
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
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5
E32-C42S 1M
Spot diameter of 0.1 mm at 5 mm.
6 dia.
50
E32-L15 2M
Spot diameter of 6 mm at 50 mm.
E32-C41 1M + E39-F3A-5
Spot diameter of 0.1 mm at 7 mm.
7
0.5 dia.
E32-C31 2M + E39-F3A-5
E32-C31N 2M + E39-F3A-5
0.2 dia.
E32-C41 1M + E39-F3B
17
0.5 dia.
E32-C31 2M + E39-F3B
E32-C31N 2M + E39-F3B
3 dia.
E32-CC200 2M + E39-F18
50
E32-C11N 2M + E39-F18
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Spot diameter of 4 mm max. at 0 to 20 mm.
0.1 dia.
0.1 dia.
Small-spot
Sensing distance (mm)
Spot diameter
Spot diameter of 0.5 mm at 5 mm.
Spot diameter of 0.2 mm at 17 mm.
Spot diameter of 0.5 mm at 17 mm.
Spot diameter of 3 mm at 50 mm.
High-power Beam
Type
Through-beam
Integrated lens
Aperture
angle
Right-angle
15°
E32-LT11N 2M
1,800
600
900
10°
E32-T17L 10M
20,000 *1
8,400
14,000
15°
E32-LT11 2M
2,100
700
1,050
15°
E32-LT11R 2M
1,800
600
900
30°
E32-T14 2M
3,600
1,080
1,800
12°
E32-T11N 2M + E39-F1
3,700
1,110
2,100
6°
E32-T11N 2M + E39-F16
4,000 *2
2,000
3,600
12°
E32-T11R 2M + E39-F1
4,000 *2
1,260
2,100
6°
E32-T11R 2M + E39-F16
4,000 *2
2,000
3,600
60°
E32-T11R 2M + E39-F2
440
130
220
12°
E32-T11 2M + E39-F1
4,000 *2
1,200
2,000
4,000 *2
2,600
4,000 *2
720
200
360
2,000
720
1,650
4,000 *2
1,560
2,900
360
120
200
Top-view
Side-view
Right-angle
Top-view
Side-view
Top-view
Side-view
Through-beam
models with
lenses
Top-view
Side-view
Top-view
Side-view
Top-view
Side-view
Top-view
Reflective
Integrated lens
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing direction
Top-view
Model
6°
E32-T11 2M + E39-F16
60°
E32-T11 2M + E39-F2
12°
E32-T51R 2M + E39-F1
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
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6°
E32-T51R 2M + E39-F16
60°
E32-T51R 2M + E39-F2
12°
E32-T81R-S 2M + E39-F1
1,800
630
1,100
2,300
6°
E32-T81R-S 2M + E39-F16
4,000 *2
1,300
60°
E32-T81R-S 2M + E39-F2
280
84
140
12°
E32-T61-S 2M + E39-F1
4,000 *2
1,800
3,000
4,000 *2
2,340
3,900
780
260
390
2,400
720
1,400
4,000 *2
3,120
4,000 *2
800
140
40 to 400
6°
E32-T61-S 2M + E39-F16
60°
E32-T61-S 2M + E39-F2
12°
E32-T51 2M + E39-F1-33
6°
E32-T51 2M + E39-F16
4°
E32-D16 2M
*1. The fiber length is 10 m on each side, so the sensing distance is given as 20,000 mm.
*2. The fiber length is 2 m on each side, so the sensing distance is given as 4,000 mm.
Narrow View
Detection
method
Sensing direction
Aperture
angle
1.5°
Through-beam
Side-view
3.4°
4°
Sensing distance (mm)
Model
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
E32-A03 2M
E32-A03-1 2M
E32-A04 2M
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890
267
445
340
102
170
E32-T24SR 2M
1,170
360
600
E32-T24S 2M
1,400
420
700
E32-T22S 2M
2,000
600
1,000
Detection without Background Interference
Detection
method
Limitedreflective
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing direction
Flat-view
Side-view
Model
E32-L16-N 2M
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
E32-L24S 2M
E32-L25L 2M
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0 to 15
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0 to 12
0 to 15
5.4 to 8 (center 7.2)
5.4 to 9 (center 7.2)
0 to 4
5.4 to 9 (center 7.2)
5
E3X-SD/-NA
Transparent Object Detection (Retro-reflective)
Sensing distance (mm)
Detection
method
Feature
Retroreflective
Sensors
Size
Film detection
M3
Square
−
Threaded Models
M6
Hex-shaped
Model
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
E32-C31 2M +
E39-F3R + E39-RP37
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220
50
75
E32-R16 2M
1,500
1,000
150 to 1,500
E32-R21 2M
10 to 250
250
10 to 250
600
200
300
E32-LR11NP 2M +
E39-RP1
Transparent Object Detection (Limited-reflective)
Detection
method
Feature
Model
Small size
E32- L24S 2M
Standard
E32-L16-N 2M
Glass substrate
alignment, 70°C
Retro-reflective
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
direction
Flat-view
Standard/
long-distance
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
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0 to 4
0 to 15
E32-A08 2M
E32-A12 2M
Side view form
Side-view
E32-L25L 2M
Glass substrate
mapping, 70°C
Top-view
E32-A09 2M
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0 to 12
0 to 15
10 to 20
12 to 30
5.4 to 9 (center 7.2)
−
−
5.4 to 8 (center 7.2)
5.4 to 9 (center 7.2)
15 to 38 (center 25)
Chemical-resistant, Oil-resistant
Detection
method
Through-beam
Type
Sensing
direction
Oil-resistant
Right-angle
Chemical/oil-resistant
Chemical/oil-resistant
at 150°C
Semiconductors:
Resist stripping; 85°C
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
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E32-T11NF 2M
4,000 *
1,400
2,400
E32-T12F 2M
3,200
960
1,600
E32-T11F 2M
2,100
760
1,050
Side-view
E32-T14F 2M
400
120
200
Top-view
E32-T51F 2M
1,400
400
700
Top-view
Semiconductors:
Cleaning, developing,
and etching; 60°C
Reflective
Sensing distance (mm)
Model
Top-view
Chemical/oil-resistant
E32-L11FP 2M
8 to 20 mm from tip of lens (Recommended sensing distance: 11
mm), 19 to 31 mm from center of mounting hole A (Recommended
sensing distance: 22 mm)
E32-L11FS 2M
8 to 20 mm from tip of lens (Recommended sensing distance: 11
mm), 32 to 44 mm from center of mounting hole A (Recommended
sensing distance: 35 mm)
E32-D12F 2M
Chemical-resistant cable
E32-D11U 2M
*The fiber length is 2 m on each side, so the sensing distance is given as 4,000 mm.
100
32
50
180
60
90
Bending-resistant
Detection
method
Through-beam
Reflective
Sensing distance (mm)
Size
1.5 dia.
M3
M4
Square
1.5 dia.
M3
3 dia.
M4
M6
Square
Model
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
E32-T22B 2M
E32-T21 2M
E32-T11 2M
E32-T25XB 2M
E32-D22B 2M
E32-D21 2M
E32-D221B 2M
E32-D21B 2M
E32-D11 2M
E32-D25XB 2M
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200
60
100
720
150
200
40
360
75
30
10
15
70
20
35
180
50
60
16
90
25
Heat-resistant
Detection
method
Through-beam
Reflective
Sensing distance (mm)
Heat-resistant temperature
100°C
150°C
200°C
350°C
100°C
150°C
200°C
300°C
350°C
400°C
6
Model
E32-T51R 2M
E32-T51 2M
E32-T81R-S 2M
E32-T61-S 2M
E32-D51R 2M
E32-D51 2M
E32-D81R 2M
E32-A08H2 2M
E32-A09H2 2M
E32-D61 2M
E32-D73 2M
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
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400
800
360
600
140
240
90
120
240
100
180
42
80
27
225
400
180
300
70
120
45
90
60
10 to 20
20 to 30 (center 25)
27
18
45
30
E3X-SD/-NA
Area Beam
Detection
method
Through-beam
Model
11 mm
Area
Reflective
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
width
Type
Array
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
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E32-T16PR 2M
800
260
450
E32-T16JR 2M
700
220
390
1,380
400
690
150
50
75
30 mm
E32-T16WR 2M
11 mm
E32-D36P1 2M
Liquid-level Detection
Sensing distance (mm)
Detection
method
Tube-mounting
Pipe diameter
Feature
3.2/6.4/9.5 dia.
Stable residual
quantity detection
E32-A01 5M
Applicable tube: Transparent tube with a diameter of 3.2, 6.4, or 9.5
mm, Recommended wall thickness: 1 mm
8 to 10 dia.
Mounting at
multi levels
E32-L25T 2M
Applicable tube: Transparent tube with a diameter of 8 to 10 mm,
Recommended wall thickness: 1 mm
No restrictions
Large tubes
E32-D36T 2M
Applicable tube: Transparent tube (no restrictions on diameter)
−
−
E32-D82F1 4M
Liquid-contact model
Liquid contact
(heat-resistant
up to 200°C)
Model
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
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Vacuum-resistant
Detection
method
Through-beam
Sensing distance (mm)
Heat-resistant temperature
120°C
200°C
Model
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
E32-T51V 1M + E39-F1V
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200
−
100
1,200
−
600
500
−
250
E32-T51V 1M
E32-T84SV 1M
FPD, Semiconductors, and Solar Cells
Detection
method
Application
Glass presence detection
Glass substrate alignment
Operating
temperature
70°C
300°C
70°C
Limitedreflective
Glass substrate mapping
300°C
Sensing distance (mm)
Model
E32-L16-N 2M
[email protected]
0 to 15
E32-A08 2M
E32-A12 2M
[email protected]
0 to 12
0 to 15
10 to 20
E32-A08H2 2M
12 to 30
E32-A09 2M
−
−
15 to 38 (center 25)
E32-A09H2 2M
20 to 30 (center 25)
Wet processes: Cleaning, Resist
developing and etching
60°C
E32-L11FP 2M
8 to 20 mm from tip of lens (Recommended sensing distance: 11
mm), 19 to 31 mm from center of mounting hole A (Recommended
sensing distance: 22 mm)
Wet process: Resist stripping
85°C
E32-L11FS 2M
8 to 20 mm from tip of lens (Recommended sensing distance: 11
mm), 32 to 44 mm from center of mounting hole A (Recommended
sensing distance: 35 mm)
E32-A03 2M
E32-A03-1 2M
Throughbeam
E3X-SD@
E3X-NA@
Wafer mapping
70°C
E32-A04 2M
890
267
445
340
102
170
E32-T24SR 2M
1,170
360
600
E32-T24S 2M
1,400
420
700
7
E3X-SD/-NA
I/O Circuit Diagrams
Output
form
Output
transistor
operation mode
Model
Incident light
No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
Light-ON
Output
transistor
E3X-SD21
E3X-SD7
NPN
Output
Operation
selector
Timing charts
Load
(relay)
Output circuit
Brown
1
Operation indicator
(orange)
T
LIGHT ON
(L-ON)
ON
OFF
Operate
Load
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
✽
Control output
Reset
(Between brown and black leads)
E3X-NA11
E3X-NA6
E3X-NA11F
E3X-NA11V
E3X-NA14V
Incident light
No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Dark-ON
Blue
T
• M8 Connector Pin Arrangement
DARK ON
(D-ON)
Light-ON
E3X-SD51
E3X-SD9
3
Brown
T
LIGHT ON
(L-ON)
Operation
indicator
(orange)
Operate
Reset
(Between blue and black leads)
Incident light
No incident light
T
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Operate
Load
(relay)
Reset
(Between blue and black leads)
Dark-ON
4
✽ Not present on the E3X-NA.
Load
(relay)
E3X-NA41
E3X-NA8
E3X-NA41F
E3X-NA41V
E3X-NA44V
2
1
Note: Pin 2 is not used.
Operate
Reset
(Between brown and black leads)
Incident light
No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
1
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
✽
Black Control output
4
Load
Blue
• M8 Connector Pin Arrangement
DARK ON
(D-ON)
2
1
4
3
Note: Pin 2 is not used.
✽ Not present on the E3X-NA.
OFF delay
ON
OFF
ON
D-ON
OFF
T
L-ON
T
Plug (Sensor I/O Connector)
Terminal number
4
3
2
1
Brown
White
Blue
Black
XS3F-M421-402-A
XS3F-M421-405-A
8
Wire color
1
2
3
4
XS3F-M422-402-A
XS3F-M422-405-A
12 to
24 VDC
3
Note: Timing Charts for Timer Settings (T: Set Time)
Incident light
No incident light
12 to
24 VDC
3
Load
(relay)
PNP
Output
Black
4
Classification
DC
Note: Pin 2 is not used.
Wire color
Connection pin
Application
Brown
1
Power supply (+V)
White
2
---
Blue
3
Power supply (0 V)
Black
4
Output
E3X-SD/-NA
Safety Precautions
WARNING
This product is not designed or rated for
ensuring safety of persons either directly or
indirectly.
Do not use it for such purposes.
Caution
Do not exceed the rated voltage.
Excess voltage may result in malfunction or
fire.
Do not use an AC power supply.
Using an AC power supply may result in
rupturing.
High-temperature environments may result in
burn injury.
Precautions for Safe Use
The following precautions must be observed to ensure safety.
1. Do not use the product in locations where flammable or
explosive gas is present.
2. Do not use the product in locations subject to splashing
water, oil, or chemicals, or in locations subject to steam.
3. Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify the
product.
4. Do not apply voltage or current in excess of the rated
ranges.
5. Do not use the product in atmospheres or environments
that exceed product ratings.
6. Do not wire the product incorrectly, such as using incorrect
power supply polarity.
7. Connect the load properly.
8. Do not short-circuit both ends of the load.
9. Do not use the product if the case is damaged.
10. When disposing of the product, dispose of it as industrial
waste.
11. Do not use the product in locations subject to direct
sunlight.
12. The surface temperature of the product may rise as a
result of the ambient temperature, power supply, or other
usage conditions. Use caution when performing
maintenance and washing. Failure to do so may result in
burn injury.
Precautions for Correct Use
Do not use the product in atmospheres or environments that
exceed product ratings.
Fiber Amplifier Units
● Designing
Communications Hole
The hole on the side of the Amplifier Unit is a communications
hole for preventing mutual interference when Amplifier Units
are mounted side-by-side. The E3X-MC11 Mobile Console
(sold separately) cannot be used.
If an excessive amount of light is received via the Sensor, the
mutual interference prevention function may not work. In this
case, make the appropriate adjustments using the sensitivity
adjuster.
Mutual interference prevention is effective when E3X-SD/NA-series Amplifier Units are gang-mounted without other
E3X-series Amplifiers.
● Mounting
DIN Track Mounting/Removal
Mounting Fiber Amplifier Units
1. Mount the Amplifier Units one at a time onto the DIN track.
2. Slide the Amplifier Units together, line up the clips, and
press the Amplifier Units together until they click into place.
Clip
Click into
place
Removing Fiber Amplifier Units
Slide Amplifier Units away from each other, and remove from
the DIN track one at a time. (Do not attempt to remove
Amplifier Units from the DIN track without separating them
first.)
Note 1. The specifications for ambient temperature will vary according to the
number of Amplifier Units used together. For details, refer to Ratings
and Specifications.
2. Always turn OFF the power supply before mounting or removing
Amplifier Units.
9
E3X-SD/-NA
Fiber Unit Connection and Disconnection
The E3X Amplifier Unit has a lock lever. Connect or
disconnect the fiber units to or from the E3X Amplifier Unit
using the following procedures:
1. Connection
Open the Protective Cover, insert the fiber units according to
the fiber unit insertion marks on the side of the Amplifier Unit,
and lower the lock lever.
Insertion position
Lock lever
Fiber unit
Fiber unit insertion mark
Sticker
Removing Connectors
1. Slide the slave Amplifier Unit for which the Connector is to
be removed away from the rest of the group.
2. After the Amplifier Unit has been separated, press down on
the lever on the Connector and remove it. (Do not attempt
to remove Connectors without separating them from other
Amplifier Units first.)
10.7 mm
Press down
Lever
Note: If one of the fibers from the Fiber Unit is labeled as the Emitter fiber, such as
with a Coaxial Sensor, insert that fiber into the Emitter section. Refer to
Dimensions for the Fiber Unit to see if there is an Emitter fiber label.
2. Disconnection
Remove the Protective Cover and raise the lock lever to pull
out the fiber unit.
Protective Cover
Locked
Sticker
Note: Attach the stickers to the sides with grooves.
Remove
Mounting End Plate (PFP-M)
Depending on how it is mounted, an Amplifier Unit may move
during operation. In this case, use an End Plate.
Before mounting an End Plate, remove the clip from the
master Amplifier Unit using a nipper or similar tool.
Unlocked
Clip
Note:To maintain the fiber unit properties, confirm that the lock is
released before removing the fiber unit.
3. Precautions for Fiber Unit Connection/Disconnection
Be sure to lock or unlock the lock lever within an ambient
temperature range between −10°C and 40°C.
The clip can also be removed using the following mechanism,
which is incorporated in the construction of the section
underneath the clip.
1. Insert the clip to be removed into the slit underneath the clip
on another Amplifier Unitt.
● Operating Environment
Ambient Conditions
If dust or dirt adhere to the hole for optical communications, it
may prevent normal communications. Be sure to remove any
dust or dirt before using the Units.
● Other
Protective Cover
Be sure to mount the Protective Cover before use.
Fiber Amplifier Unitts with Connectors
● Mounting
Mounting Connectors
1. Insert the Master or Slave Connector into the Amplifier Unit
until it clicks into place.
2. Remove the clip by rotating the Amplifier Unit.
Rotate
Insert
2. Join Amplifier Units together as required after all the Master
and Slave Connectors have been inserted.
3. Attach the stickers (provided as accessories) to the sides of
Master and Slave Connectors that are not connected to
other Connectors.
10
Pull Strengths for Connectors (Including Cables)
E3X-CN11: 30 N max.
E3X-CN12: 12 N max.
E3X-SD/-NA
(Unit: mm)
Dimensions
Tolerance class IT16 applies to dimensions in this sheet unless otherwise specified.
Fiber Amplifier Units
Amplifier Units with Cables
E3X-SD21
10
E3X-SD51
E3X-NA11
E3X-NA11F
E3X-NA41
E3X-NA41F
15
Vinyl-insulated round cable
4 dia. cable / 3 conductors / Standard length: 2 m
(Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2,
Insulator diameter: 1.1 mm)
Operation indicator
DIN track mounting
3
128.95
180°
93.75
Hole for optical communications ✽
31.5
8
(16.5)
10.7
10.75
Two,
2.4 dia.
3.4
2.4
13
Multiple connection diagram
4
30.4
End Plate
(sold separately)
PFP-M
12.4
L
64.3
Center of DIN track
DIN track
(sold separately)
[email protected]
10
Fiber Attachment mounted (E39-F9)
10
The number of
expansion
L (mm)
1
10
2
20
3
30
4
40
5
50
6
60
7
70
8
80
10
9
90
10
100
With Mounting Bracket Attached
3
128.95
180°
93.75
Hole for optical communications ✽
31.5
8
(16.5)
10.7
10.75
Two,
2.4 dia.
3.4
2.4
Two, 3.2 dia. holes
4.3
13
(9.4)
4
16
64.3
Mounting Bracket (E39-L143)
SUS304 stainless steel (sold separately)
Mounting Holes
Two, M3
3.4
4.4
16
22.4
16
✽ There is no hole for [email protected] models.
Fiber Attachment mounted (E39-F9)
Note: When using E39-L143 Mounting Brackets, there will be small gaps between the Fiber Amplifier Units if they are mounted side by side.
11
E3X-SD/-NA
Amplifier Units with Connectors
E3X-SD7
10
E3X-SD9
E3X-NA6
E3X-NA8
15
Operation indicator
DIN track mounting
3
128.95
180°
93.75
31.5
8
Hole for optical communications
A dia. ✽
(16.5)
12.95
10.7
Two,
2.4 dia.
3.4
Multiple connection diagram
13
30.4
End Plate
(sold separately)
PFP-M
12.4
L
64.3
Center of DIN track
DIN track
(sold separately)
[email protected]
10
Fiber Attachment mounted (E39-F9)
10
The number of
expansion
L (mm)
1
10
2
20
3
30
4
40
5
50
6
60
7
70
8
80
10
9
90
10
100
With Mounting Bracket Attached
3
128.95
180°
93.75
31.5
8
Hole for optical communications
A dia. ✽
(16.5)
12.95
10.7
Two,
2.4 dia.
3.4
Two, 3.2 dia. holes
4.3
13
(9.4)
16
64.3
Mounting Bracket (E39-L143)
SUS304 stainless steel (sold separately)
Mounting Holes
Two, M3
3.4
4.4
✽ Cable Diameters
16
22.4
E3X-CN11 (3 conductors)
4.0 dia.
E3X-CN12 (1 conductor)
2.6 dia.
16
Fiber Attachment mounted (E39-F9)
Note: When using E39-L143 Mounting Brackets, there will be small gaps between the Fiber Amplifier Units if they are mounted side by side.
12
E3X-SD/-NA
Amplifier Units with Cables,
Water-resistant Models
E3X-NA11V
12
E3X-NA41V
Area of digital indication
28.65
25.95
9.2
Vinyl-insulated round cable
Operation indicator
4 dia. cable / 3 conductors / Standard length: 2 m
(Conductor cross section: 0.45 mm2,
Insulator diameter: 1.1 mm)
Incident level indicators
DIN track mounting
6.9
152.3
105.9
180°
33
(16.5)
8
11.2
10.7
Two,
2.4 dia.
3.4
Hole for optical communications
14.4
31.9
18
Multiple connection diagram
67.2
End Plate
(sold separately)
PFP-M
L
Center of DIN track
DIN track
(sold separately)
[email protected]
10
Fiber Attachment mounted (E39-F9)
12
10
The number of
expansion
L (mm)
1
12
2
24
3
36
4
48
5
60
6
72
7
84
8
96
9
108
10
120
With Mounting Bracket Attached
6.9
152.3
105.9
180°
33
(16.5)
8
11.2
10.7
Two,
2.4 dia.
3.4
Hole for optical communications
4.3
14.4
9.5
16
67.2
6.6
Mounting Bracket (E39-L148)
SUS304 stainless steel (sold separately)
Mounting Holes
Two, M3
3.4
5.4
16
23.9
16
Fiber Attachment mounted (E39-F9)
13
E3X-SD/-NA
Amplifier Units with Connectors,
Water-resistant Models
E3X-NA14V
E3X-NA44V
12
Area of digital indication
28.65
25.95
9.2
Operation indicator
Incident level indicators
DIN track mounting
6.9
152.3
105.9
180°
33
(16.5)
8
11.2
10.7
Two,
2.4 dia.
3.4
Hole for optical communications
14.4
31.9
18
Multiple connection diagram
67.2
End Plate
(sold separately)
PFP-M
L
Center of DIN track
DIN track
(sold separately)
[email protected]
10
Fiber Attachment mounted (E39-F9)
12
10
The number of
expansion
L (mm)
1
12
2
24
3
36
4
48
5
60
6
72
7
84
8
96
9
108
10
120
With Mounting Bracket Attached
6.9
152.3
105.9
180°
33
(16.5)
8
11.2
10.7
Two,
2.4 dia.
3.4
Hole for optical communications
4.3
14.4
9.5
16
67.2
Mounting Holes
Two, M3
3.4
5.4
16
23.9
16
Fiber Attachment mounted (E39-F9)
14
11
Mounting Bracket (E39-L148)
SUS304 stainless steel (sold separately)
E3X-SD/-NA
Amplifier Unit Connectors (Wire-saving Connectors)
Master Connector
E3X-CN11
2,000 +500
Edge of amplifier
(7)
✽
✽ E3X-CN11: 4 dia. cable / 3 conductors / Standard length: 2 m (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2 (AWG24), Insulator diameter: 1.1 mm)
Slave Connector
E3X-CN12
2,000 +500
Edge of amplifier
(7)
✽
✽ E3X-CN12: 2.6 dia. cable / 1 conductor / Standard length: 2 m (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2 (AWG24), Insulator diameter: 1.1 mm)
Accessories (sold separately)
Mounting Brackets
E39-L143
34.8
22
16
2.5
(10.3)
3
Mounting Holes
Two, M3
7.3
5.3
26.8
Two, 3.2 dia.
3
16
7
16±0.1
3
Four, R1.7
3.4
10.3 10 max. 7
Material: Stainless steel
(SUS304)
1
3.4
End Plates
PFP-M
11.5
1
50
M4 × 8
panhead screw
10
M4 spring washer
4.8
6.2
10
1
1.3
1.8
35.5
1.8
35.3
15
E3X-SD/-NA
Nomenclature
Fiber Amplifier Units
E3X-SD
E3X-NA
Digital incident light level display or
digital threshold value display (red)
Digital threshold value adjustment
Display of contents of functions
(UP/DOWN)
during operation
Operation Selector
Teaching status
Use to switch between
indication(orange)
Light-ON and Dark-ON
Operation Indicator Light-ON and
(Orange)
Dark-ON Indicator
Lock Lever
Teaching Button
The sensitivity and threshold
value can be set automatically.
Sensitivity indicator
8-turn sensitivity adjuster
Lock lever
Incident level indicators
Operation Indicator
Operation Selector
Use to switch between
Light-ON and Dark-ON
Timer switch
ON: Timer function is ON.
OFF: Timer function is OFF.
Operating Procedure
E3X-SD
E3X-NA
1
Sensitivity Setting
The sensitivity can be set with the UP and DOWN Keys similar
to using an adjuster knob. The sensitivity can also be easily
set by using the following two teaching functions.
2-1. Teaching with/without a Workpiece
Two points (one with the workpiece and the other without) are
detected, and the operating level is set to the midpoint.
Light level is also automatically set to the optimal value.
Operation description
Press the TEACH button with the workpiece.
Press the TEACH button without the
workpiece.
Press the TEACH button for 3 s min. Let the
workpiece pass while the button is pressed.
16
Displays
A bar display (with four green and one red) showing excess
gain is provided in addition to the orange operation indicator.
Use these when adjusting the light axis and setting the
sensitivity at setup.
Display/indicator status (for L/ON)
TEACH
TEACH
Excess gain
level
Approx.
120% min.
Stable incident
light
Excess gain level display
Approx.
110% to 120%
Approx.
90% to 110%
Unstable
incident light or
Unstable
interrupted light
Approx.
80% to 90%
Stable
interrupted light
Button/Key
TEACH
Description
Operation indicator
Button/Key
2-2. Automatic Teaching
Changes within a time are detected, and the operating level is
set to the midpoint between the maximum and the minimum
values of the changes. This setting is optimal for when the
workpieces cannot be stopped. Execute automatic teaching
again if the incident light level is not automatically set to the
optimal value.
Operation description
1
Approx.
80% max.
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