UV Power Monitor F3UV Monitor the Output of a UV Light Source through an Optical Fiber Cable ■ Head Unit withstands temperatures of up to 300°C. ■ Easy-to-read digital display of measurement values. ■ Harmful UV light converted to visible light before performing measurements. This feature prevents deterioration of the Amplifier’s light receiving element. Ordering Information Amplifier Appearance Connection method Pre-wired cable (2 m) Outputs Transistor type • Judgement output NPN Model number F3UV-XW11 • Answer-back output F3UV-XW11-1 (Five-times higher sensitivity) • Analog current or voltage output PNP F3UV-XW41 Head Unit Appearance Wavelength range of incident light Max. temperature 200 to 370 nm Model number 300°C F3UV-HM Remarks Includes two M8 nuts and one mounting plate. (Use at temperatures below the Fiber Unit’s rated operating temperature.) Fiber Units Compatible Amplifier Units Compatible Head Units Appearance Max. temperature F3UV-XW11 (-1), F3UV-HM F3UV-XW41 Intensity range of incident light (see note) Model number 300°C 10 to 300 mW/cm2 F32-300 2M 70°C 10 to 300 mW/cm2 F32-70 Quantity 1 M4 threads, 2 m M4 threads, 2 m Note: ■ The values given are for a standard UV light source with a central wavelength of 360 nm, measured with a standard illumination meter (and for use in combination with the specified Amplifier and Head Unit). The power range is one for which teaching to 100% is possible. Accessories (Sold Separately) Appearance Name Protective Tube (Protects the fiber.) Model number F39-FU1M Quantity 1 Applicable Fiber Units F32-70 1 F3UV F3UV Specifications ■ Ratings/Characteristics Amplifiers Item F3UV-XW11 (-1) F3UV-XW41 Power supply voltage 12 to 24 VDC ±10% Current consumption 75 mA max. Outputs Analog output Current (4 to 20 mA) or voltage (1 to 5 V) (Monitoring mode or integral mode) Judgement output Inputs Answer-back output NPN open collector output, 100 mA max., residual voltage 1 V max. (Monitoring mode or integral mode) PNP open collector output, 100 mA max., residual voltage 2 V max. (Monitoring mode or integral mode) Remote teaching input ON: Reset input OFF: Open (open or 9 to 24 V) ON: Power supply voltage short-circuit or 9 to 24 V (open-circuit current: 3 mA max.) 0 V short-circuit (current 1 mA max.) OFF: Open (open or 1.5 V max.) Protective circuits Reversed power supply polarity protection and output short-circuit protection 500 ms max. Response time1 Sensitivity setting Teaching function Indicators Power supply/Teaching indicator (green/red), Operation indicator (orange), 7-segment digital percentage display (red), 7-segment digital threshold display (red) Repetitive accuracy ±2% F.S. max. Ambient operating illumination2 Fluorescent light 1,000 lx max. Temperature drift ±0.1% of F.S./°C max. Ambient temperature Operating: –25 to 55°C (with no icing or condensation) Storage: –40 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation) Ambient humidity Operating or storage: 35% to 85% Insulation resistance 20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) Dielectric strength 1,000 V AC 50/60 Hz between the leads and the case Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz, 0.1-mm amplitude or 15 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions each for 2 hours Shock resistance 150 m/s2 three times each in the X, Y, and Z directions Degree of protection Conforms to IEC 60529 standards IP30 Connection method Pre-wired cable with a standard length of 2 m Weight (packed) Approx. 270 g Material ABS plastic Accessories Operation Manual Note: 1. The response time is the rise time or fall time of the output signal to 10 to 90%. 2. The ambient operating illumination is the illumination that changes the analog output +5% F.S. at 200 lx; it is not the operational limit. 3. An analog output of up to 6 V (or 24 mA) can be output. The output is 1 V (or 4 mA) when there is no incident UV light. 4. F.S. stands for full scale. For a current output, full scale is 16 mA (4 to 20 mA). For a voltage output, full scale is 4 V (1 to 5 V). 5. Definition of the luminous energy integral: The physical unit of the luminous energy integral is energy (J: joules) and this value is calculated by multiplying the UV intensity (mV) by the time of exposure (s), but it is dimensionless when this sensor’s analog output value (V) is used for the UV intensity. The integral is measured with an 11 ms sampling time. Head Unit Item F3UV-HM Incident light wavelength range 200 to 370 nm Temperature drift –0.15%/°C max. Ambient temperature Operating or storage: –40° to 300°C (with no icing or condensation) Ambient humidity Operating or storage: 35% to 85% (with no icing or condensation) Weight (packed) Approx. 300 g Vibration resistance 10 to 55 Hz, 0.75-mm amplitude or 10 m/s2 Shock resistance 500 m/s2 Material Accessories 2 Protective casing Stainless steel (SUS303) Fluorescent fiber path Functional fluoroglass M8 nut and mounting bracket F3UV F3UV Fiber Units Item Model F32-300 F32-70 Operating: –40° to 70°C Storage: –40° to 70°C Ambient temperature (with no icing or condensation) Operating: –40° to 300°C*1 Storage: –40° to 110°C Ambient humidity (with no icing or condensation) Operating: 35 to 85% Storage: 35 to 95% Bending radius 25 mm min. 25 mm min. Fiber outer sheathing material SUS Black polyethylene Degree of protection Conforms to IEC IP67 Standard fiber length 2m Note: The maximum temperature is lower near the amplifier unit. See the Dimensions for details. Accessories (Sold Separately) Protective Tube (Protects the Fiber.) Item F39-FU1M 1,000 Head connector Flexible tube End cap Ambient temperature –40° to 150°C for operation and storage (Keep the ambient temperature within the range specified for the fiber within the tube.) Ambient humidity Operating: 35 to 85% Storage: 35 to 95% Bending radius 30 mm min. Max. pulling force 1.5 N·m max. between the head connector and tube, 1.5 N·m max. between the end cap and tube, and 2 N·m on the tube itself Crush weight Material 29.4 N·m max. on the tube Head connector Nickel-plated brass End cap Tube Stainless (SUS304) 3 F3UV F3UV Output Characteristics Angular Characteristics (Y-direction) [email protected] + F3UV-HM + F32-300 (Output characteristics when the sensitivity is set at 300 mW/cm2.) F3UV-HM The output variation in the X-direction is less than ±10% of F.S. in a full 360° rotation. Sensor output (V) Relative value (%) Engineering Data (Reference Value) Angle (degrees) UV intensity (mW/cm2) Output Characteristics Sensitivity Characteristics F3UV-XW11-1 + F3UV-HM + F32-70 All F3UV Models (Output characteristics when the output is set at 5V for a UV intensity of 60 mW/cm2.) 5 Intensity (relative) UV power monitor output (V) 6 4 3 2 1 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 UV intensity (mW/cm2) 4 70 80 Wavelength (nm) F3UV F3UV Nomenclature F3UV-XW11 (-1) /-XW41 Measurement/Teaching indicator Lit green: Teaching OK RUN Flashing red: Teaching error Lit red: Start light intensity integration Operation indicator Lit orange: Judgement output ON Processing mode switch Light intensity monitor mode TEACH: Zero point setting/ sensitivity setting ADJ: Threshold adjustment RUN: Measure light intensity Light intensity integral mode TEACH: Start/stop integration RUN (ADJ): Light intensity integral Output selection switch IOUT: Current output (4 to 20 mA) VOUT: Voltage output (1 to 5 V) Operation mode switch MON: Light intensity monitor mode TG: Light intensity integral mode Fiber lock Digital display Sensitivity setting/threshold up Light intensity monitor mode (MON) TEACH: Sensitivity setting ADJ: Threshold adjustment (Up button) Light intensity integral mode (ITG) TEACH: Stop integration Zero point setting/threshold down Light intensity monitor mode (MON) TEACH: Zero point setting ADJ: Threshold adjustment (Down button) Light intensity integral mode (ITG) TEACH: Start integration 5 F3UV F3UV Functions Name Function Indicator functions Measurement/teaching indicator • Lit green: • Flashing red: • Lit red: Teaching OK RUN Teaching error Start light intensity integration Operation indicator • Lit orange: Judgement output ON Digital display • Percentage display when operating in light intensity monitor mode HI: Greater than 124% LO: Less than 0% Output functions Analog output (switchable) • Outputs a current (4 to 20 mA) or voltage (1 to 5 V) that is proportional to the incident light intensity. Select current or voltage output with the output selection switch. Judgement output • ON when the incident light intensity is below the set threshold value. • OFF when the incident light intensity is above the set threshold value. (Includes a short-circuit protection function.) Answer-back output • A one pulse output (1 sec) is generated when remote teaching has been completed normally. Input functions Reset input • This trigger signal starts integration when the Unit is in integral mode and the processing mode is set to “RUN”. Remote teaching input • When the Unit is in monitor mode or integral mode, teaching is performed when a pulse signal is input here. Threshold setting function (monitor mode only) • The desired threshold value can be set by pressing the Up and Down buttons. (The digital display will change in 1% increments when the value is set.) Sensitivity setting function (monitor mode only) Zero point setting • Sets the zero point reference when the UV light source is OFF. After teaching, the digital display will read “0%”. Sensitivity setting • Sets the initial sensitivity when the UV light source is ON. After teaching, the digital display will read “100%”. Max. sensitivity setting • Sets the sensor sensitivity to the maximum sensitivity. Min. sensitivity setting • Sets the sensor sensitivity to the minimum sensitivity. Light intensity monitor function (Part of the current/voltage output switching function.) • Displays the digital (%) value corresponding to the incident light intensity and outputs the analog and judgement outputs. Light intensity integral function (Part of the current/voltage output switching function.) 6 • Calculates the light intensity integral value (I) from the incident light intensity (P) and time (T) using the following equation: I = P × T. Also outputs the integral’s analog output simultaneously and displays the digital (%) value. (Output ON at 100%.) F3UV F3UV Operation ■ I/O Circuit Configuration F3UV-XW11 (-1) (NPN Output) Brown Power Operation (green) (orange) Load 12 to 24 VDC Load Black Analog output Shield Internal circuit White Controller, etc. Judgement Gray output Blue Answer-back output Display 0V Remote teaching input Pink Reset input Purple F3UV-XW41 (PNP Output) Brown Pink Measurement/teach Operaing (green/red) tion (orange) 12 to 24 VDC Remote teaching input Reset input Purple Analog Black output Controller, etc. Analog GND Shield Internal circuit Answer-back Gray output White Judgement output Load Load Display 0V Blue 7 F3UV F3UV Dimensions Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated. Main Units Amplifier F3UV-XW11 (-1) /-XW41 Fiber lock button 7-segment display Sensitivity setting/threshold value up button Zero-point setting/threshold value up button Monitor/Integral mode switch Current/Voltage output switch RUN/ADJ/TEACH mode switch Measurement/teaching indicator (green/red) Operation indicator (orange) Fiber insertion opening 9.9 dia. Vinyl-insulated round cable 5.8 dia., 7 conductors (Conductor cross sectional area: 0.2 mm2, diameter of insulator: 1.1 mm) Standard length 2 m Mounting Hole Dimensions Two, M4 8 F3UV F3UV Lock washer Base Unit F3UV-HM 6 dia. Lock nuts (2) 15 dia. M8 × 1 Detection surface 5 dia. Material: Stainless steel (SUS303) Fiber Unit F32-300 Hex nuts (2) Lock washers (2) Detection head*1 M4 × 0.7 1 dia. M2.6 × 0.45 7 3 20 2.4 Flexible tube, 2.8 dia. (Stainless) Note: Hex fastener 4 dia. Sleeve 2.2 dia. 13*2 5 4 dia. 10 A 2,000 25 B *1: Material: Stainless steel (SUS303) Fiber Unit F32-70 (Cuttable) Hex nuts (2) Lock washers (2) 1 dia. Detection head* M2.6 × 0.45 M4 × 0.7 The max. temperature is 300°C in section A and 110°C in section B, which connects to the Main Unit. The part of section B that is actually inserted into the Main Unit must remain within the Main Unit's rated operating temperature range. Optical fiber, 2.2 dia. *Material: Nickel-plated brass Note: The “cuttable” Fiber Units can be cut to length. Units that are not marked “cuttable” cannot be cut to length. Accessories (Sold Separately) Protective Tube (Protects the Fiber.) F32-FU1M M4 × 0.7, depth 4 Head Connector*1 (5.6 dia.) End Cap*1 4 dia. 7 dia. Tube*2 Note: 1. Material: Nickel-plated brass 2. Material: Stainless steel (SUS304) 9 F3UV F3UV Precautions Be sure to observe the precautions listed here. These precautions are essential for safe operation. • Be sure that wiring is correct, such as the polarity of the power supply leads. • Do not use these Units in locations with flammable or explosive gases. • Connect loads properly. • Do not use these Units in water. • Do not short-circuit the load’s terminals. • Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or improve these products. • Do not mount the Amplifier Unit in a location where it will be exposed to UV light. • Always use a power supply voltage that is within the specified operating range. Do not use with an AC power supply. ■ Precautions Common to the Amplifiers Wiring Precautions Regarding UV Light Connections Make sure that the power supply voltage is below the maximum voltage before turning the power ON. Be sure that the terminal polarity and wiring are correct. Never share a conduit that is used for high-voltage or power lines. The Amplifier itself is not protected against UV exposure. Do not install the Amplifier in locations where it will be exposed to UV light. Adjustment Basic Operating Procedures Use extension cords with a minimum thickness of 0.3 mm2, less than 5 m long, and check operation before using. 1. Install the Amplifier Unit. Power Supply When using a commercial switching regulator, ground the FG (frame ground) and G (ground) terminals. Output signal noise will be excessive if the power supply is not grounded. After turning on the power supply, wait for at least one second until consistent detections can be performed before using the Monitor. If separate power supplies are used for the F3UV and connected devices, always turn ON the F3UV’s power supply first. 3. Turn ON the power supply. Installation and Operation Installation UV light is harmful, so be sure to turn OFF the UV light source before installing the F3UV. Sensitivity Setting The analog output value will change due to temperature drift. If the temperature is rising, wait for the temperature to stabilize before setting the sensitivity. Installation 1.Installation Torque Torque the sensor’s Main Unit screws to 0.49 N·m max. 2.Using DIN Track (Installation) 1. Hook the top of the Unit onto the DIN Track. 2. Snap the bottom of the Unit onto the DIN Track. Note: Do not reverse steps 1 and 2. (Removal) When removing the Unit from the DIN Track, pull the mounting hook forward to release it. (1) (2) Mounting hook 10 DIN Track 2. Connect the Fiber Unit to the Amplifier Unit. 4. Select an operating mode with the operation mode switch. (Light intensity monitor mode or light intensity integral mode) 5. When using the analog output, select current or voltage output with the output selection switch. 6. Set the processing mode switch to TEACH and perform the teaching operation. • Light Intensity Monitor Mode Make the zero-point setting when the indicator is not lit and make the sensitivity setting when the indicator is lit. (Make the sensitivity setting after the temperature has stabilized.) • Light Intensity Integral Mode Use the start setting at the start of illumination and the stop setting when completed. Teaching can be performed by pressing the buttons or with codes. 7. When changing the threshold value in light intensity monitor mode, set the processing mode switch to ADJ and adjust the threshold value. The judgement output will go ON when the light intensity is below the threshold value. The threshold value is set to 50 at the factory. 8. Set the processing mode switch to RUN to start measurement. In light intensity integral mode, start integration with the Reset input. Cleaning Never use paint thinner or mineral spirits of any kind. F3UV ■ F3UV Fiber Unit/Base Unit Installation Installing the Head Unit When connecting the Head Unit and Fiber Unit, tighten to a torque of 0.78 N·m max. When installing the Head Unit, be sure to turn OFF the UV light source and check that it is safe to install the Unit. Mounting panel Washers (included) M4 nut (included) Head Unit (F3UV-HM) M8 nuts (included) Fiber Unit (F32-300) 3. Removing the Fiber Press the lock button again. The lock will be released, the lock button will pop up, and it will be possible to remove the fiber. Do not force the lock button up by pulling on it. (To maintain the fiber’s characteristics, check whether the lock is out of place.) 4. Fiber Insertion Location When inserting the Fiber Unit into the Amplifier Unit, always insert the Fiber Unit completely as shown in the following diagram. Fiber Unit (Example: F32-300) Installing the Fiber Unit and Amplifier Unit The quality of the connection between the Fiber Unit and Amplifier Unit has a major impact on the operating characteristics, so be sure to connect these Units securely. Securing the Fiber Unit 1. 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