Pushbutton-type Photomicrosensor EE-SA701/801 CSM_EE-SA701_801_DS_E_4_2 Using a pushbutton enables accurately detecting difficult-to-detect objects. • Conforms to standards for semiconductor FOUP cassettes to enable accurately detecting FOUP cassettes without being affected by the material, color, or reflectance of the bottoms of the cassettes. • Thin design enables mounting in a wider range of applications, e.g., on transfer arms. • Increased visibility with 4-direction indicator. • Optical detection of actuator operation provides a long life (mechanical life: 5 million operations min.). • Models available with PNP or NPN output. • Models are available with very flexible robot cable. 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 5. Ordering Information List of Models Appearance Sensing distance Sensing method Operation mode Cable length 1m (See note 2.) 0 to 3.5 mm (pressed position) (See note 1.) Model NPN output PNP output EE-SA801A 1M EE-SA801R 1M EE-SA801A-R 1M EE-SA801R-R 1M EE-SA701-R 1M EE-SA701P-R 1M ON with no load Pushbutton 1m (robot cable) OFF with no load Note: 1. Distance from the top surface of the housing to the top of the actuator. 2. Output reverses between 3.5 and 4.5 mm. 1 EE-SA701/801 Ratings and Specifications Item Model NPN output PNP output Indicator EE-SA801A EE-SA801R Light red when actuator is pressed. EE-SA801A-R EE-SA801R-R EE-SA701-R EE-SA701P-R Lit red while there is no load on actuator Operation Specifications (See Free position (FP) Operating position (OP) Total travel position (TTP) Operating load (See note 3.) Supply voltage Current consumption 5.0±0.4 mm 3.5 to 4.5 mm (See note 2.) 0 mm max. 3 N max. (typical: 0.5 N) 12 to 24 VDC±10%, ripple (p-p): 10% max. 35 mA max. NPN Models: NPN open collector, 5 to 24 VDC, 50 mA max.; residual voltage of 0.4 V max. at 50-mA load current OFF current: 0.5 mA max. Control output PNP Models: PNP open collector, 5 to 24 VDC, 50 mA max.; residual voltage of 0.4 V max. at 50-mA load current OFF current: 0.5 mA max. NPN Models Emission OFF: Shorted to 0 V or 0.5 V max. (source current: 30 mA max.) Emission ON: Open (leakage current: 0.4 mA max.) Input PNP Models External diagnosis input Emission OFF: Shorted to +DC or +DC-0.5 V max. (sink current: 30 mA max.) Emission ON: Open (leakage current: 0.4 mA max.) Response time 1 ms max. Protection circuits Reversed power supply polarity protection Operating: −25 to +55°C Ambient temperature range Storage: −30 to +60°C (with no icing or condensation) Operating: 5% to 85% Ambient humidity range Storage: 5% to 95% (with no condensation) 5,000,000 operations min. (One operation is from the free position to operating position and Mechanical durability back to the free position.) Destruction: 10 to 500 Hz, 1.0-mm single amplitude or 150 m/s2 3 times each in X, Y, and Z diVibration resistance rections for 11 min. each Shock resistance Destruction: 500 m/s2 for 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions Degree of protection IEC IP40 Pre-wired (standard cable Connecting method Pre-wired (robot cable length: 1 m) length: 1 m) Weight Approx. 16.1 g Case Polycarbonate Material Actuator Polyacetal Accessories Instruction Manual FP OP TTP Note: 1. Free position (FP): The position of the top of the actuator when no force is being applied to the actuator. Operating position (OP): The position of the top of the actuator when the actuator is pressed and the output transistor changes from OFF to ON for the EESA701-R/-SA701P-R and from ON to OFF for all other models. Total travel position (TTP): The position of the top of the actuator when the actuator is pressed as far as it can be pressed. 2. This does not indicate that the output will be ON from 3.5 to 4.5 mm, but rather that the output will change from ON to OFF at some point between 3.5 and 4.5 mm. 3. The force required to press the actuator from the FP to the OP. 2 EE-SA701/801 I/O Circuit Diagrams Model Operating Mode Timing chart Present Absent ON Push indicator (red) OFF ON Output transistor OFF Operates Load (e.g., relay) Releases Output circuit Sensing object EE-SA801A EE-SA801A-R ON with no load Brown Push indicator (red) Main circuit OFF with no load Present Absent ON Push indicator (red) OFF ON Output transistor OFF Operates Load (e.g., relay) Releases Present Absent ON Push indicator (red) OFF ON Output transistor OFF Operates Load (e.g., relay) Releases Black (Control output) ZD Sensing object EE-SA701-R 12 to 24 VDC ZD EE-SA701P-R ON with no load OFF with no load Present Sensing Absent object ON Push indicator (red) OFF ON Output transistor OFF Operates Load (e.g., relay) Releases (External diagnosis input) White Blue Sensing object EE-SA801R EE-SA801R-R Load (relay) 50 mA max. Brown Push indicator (red) ZD Main circuit ZD White (External diagnosis input) (Control output) 50 mA max. Black 12 to 24 VDC Load (relay) Blue 3 EE-SA701/801 Operating Principles This is a pushbutton-type sensor. An emitter (GaAs infrared LED) and receiver (Si photo IC) are positioned across from each other inside the sensor and light is received when there is no sensing object. When the sensing object presses the actuator, the light path between the emitter and receiver is broken so that the receiver no longer receives light. (2) Stability Checking Function The light intensity emitted by the LED can be reduced by 20% by using the following circuit configuration. By doing so, the light reception operation at 80% light intensity with no sensing object (same as 100%, i.e., the output transistor should turn ON) can be tested in advance to check for malfunctions caused by deterioration of LED light intensity. EE-SA801A/-SA-801A-R/-SA701-R Sensor Control circuits Sensing object Actuator Case Case Actuator OUT 430 Ω External diagnosis input (See note.) (See note.) Emitter Receiver Without FOUP Emitter Receiver With FOUP This Sensor provides an external diagnosis function and stability checking function. (1) External Diagnosis Function The light emission from the LED can be stopped by using the following circuit configuration. This enables checking the operation of the receiver by turning the LED ON and OFF when there is no load. EE-SA801A/-SA-801A-R/-SA701-R Sensor EE-SA801R/-SA-801R-R/-SA701P-R Sensor Control circuits 430 Ω External diagnosis input OUT Control circuits (3) Using Both Functions Simultaneously Use the following circuit configuration when both the external diagnosis function (Sig1) and the stability checking function (Sig2) are required. OUT External diagnosis input EE-SA801A/-SA-801A-R/-SA701-R (See note.) Sensor Control circuits OUT 430 Ω EE-SA801R/-SA-801R-R/-SA701P-R Sensor Control circuits External diagnosis input (See note.) Sig1 Sig2 (See note.) (See note.) External diagnosis input EE-SA801R/-SA-801R-R/-SA701P-R Sensor Control circuits OUT Sig2 430 Ω Sig1 External diagnosis input OUT Note: Use a transistor that is capable of switching 50 mA at 10 V. The resistor must have a power rating of 1/8 W min. 4 EE-SA701/801 Safety Precautions Refer to Warranty and Limitations of Liability. WARNING Adjustment This product is not designed or rated for ensuring safety of persons either directly or indirectly. Do not use it for such purposes. The EE-SA801 requires 10 ms to be in stable operation after power is supplied. If separate power supplies are used for the EE-SA801 and load, be sure to supply power to the EE-SA801 before supplying power to the load. Precautions for Correct Use Make sure that the Photomicrosensor is used within the rated ambient environment conditions. ● Mounting Mount the Photomicrosensor securely on a flat surface using M3 pan head screws, and tighten the mounting screws using a tightening force of 0.59 N·m max. Operating Environment • The EE-SA801 is not watertight. Do not use the EE-SA801 outdoors. • Do not use the EE-SA801 in places where water, oil, or chemical may be sprayed onto the EE-SA801. The exterior coverings of the EE-SA801 are made of polycarbonate. Keep the coverings away from any alkaline, aromatic hydrocarbon, or aliphatic chloride hydrocarbon solvents, all of which will damage the coverings. (Unit: mm) Dimensions Tolerance class IT16 applies to dimensions in this datasheet unless otherwise specified. Sensor EE-SA801A/-SA801A-R EE-SA801R/-SA801R-R EE-SA701-R EE-SA701P-R 25±0.3 6.5±0.1 20±0.3 13±0.2 Four, R3 Indicator window 21.3±0.2 (2.8 EE-SA801A/EE-SA801R Vinyl-insulated round cable of 2.8 dia., 4 cores, (0.14 mm2 conductor cross-sectional area with 0.85-mm dia. insulator); Standard length: 1 m dia .) 1,000±50 Indicator window EE-SA801A-R/EE-SA801R-R EE-SA701-R/EE-SA701P-R Cable for robot instrumentation of 2.8 dia., 4 cores, (0.15 mm2 conductor cross-sectional area with 0.8-mm dia. insulator); Standard length: 1 m Two, 3.3-dia. holes with 6.3 countersinking, depth: 1.65 5±0.4 SR4 Indicator window (14) 9±0.2 4 4 18±0.2 3 2.24 Six, R3 14 2.24 3 5 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. 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