- Omron Industrial Automation Singapore

Safety Key Selector Switch
A22TK
Key-type Selector Switch with Direct
Opening Mechanism
• Selector Switch for secure equipment activation during
maintenance
• 30 types of exclusive keys make it more difficult to disable.
• The trapped key of the D4JL Guard Lock Safety-door Switch
has the same shape as the lockout key of the D4GL-SK10-LK@,
D4SL-NSK10-LK@ Slide Key Unit. Units can be combined to
improve safety.
(Specify the same key type.)
• Common to the switch part of Emergency Stop Switch A22E.
(Non-lighted model only)
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
For safety precautions for all pushbutton switches, refer to the website
at: www.ia.omron.com, and “Safety Precautions” on page 12 in this
catalog.
Features
Because the A22TK Safety Key Selector Switch uses the same key as the Guard Lock Safety-door Switch, the operator is prevented from forgetting
to remove the key. The result is a safer working environment when performing maintenance.
Common Key for Door Switch and Selector Switch
Guard Lock
Safety-door Switch
Safety Key
Selector Switch
Broad range of applications include use with door locks, mode switching, and emergency stops when teaching
Guard Lock
Safety-door Switch
D4GL-SK10-LK@
D4SL-NSK10-LK@
D4GL-SK10-LK@
D4SL-NSK10-LK@
A22TK
D4JL
Safety Key
Selector Switch
Enabling
Grip Switch
A22TK
A4EG
With the Selector Switch, it is possible to
switch between normal operation mode
(use of Door Switch is available) and
maintenance mode (use of Enabling
Grip Switch is available).
Safety Controllers
such as Safety Guard
Switching Unit
G9SX-GS
D4JL
Common Key
* To unify keys, specify the same key type.
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A22TK
Safety can be ensured, but there is a risk of human error
occurring during operation.
Fr o m
Guard Lock Safety-door Switch only
Guard Lock Safety-door Switch
When only the Door Switch is used, the operator is at risk of being
shut inside the barrier if, for example, he/she forgets to remove the
trapped key and a third party locks the door.
The equipment may also be started up while the operator is inside.
+
Key Selector Switch (A22K)
The safety level is enhanced by switching to maintenance mode.
However, because two different types of keys are required,
the operator is still at risk of being shut inside if he/she forgets to
remove the trapped key.
Different keys
I should close it.
I should close it.
I'm trapped
inside!
The equipment
started up!
Assumed risks
Forgetting to
remove the key
Assumed risks
Being
trapped inside
Forgetting to
remove the key
Starting equipment
Being
trapped inside
By using a common key, the risk of human error is reduced in operations
from when the door is open/shut until the equipment is started.
To
Guard Lock Safety-door Switch
+
Safety Key Selector Switch (A22TK)
The two locks on the door and equipment use the same key, reducing the likelihood that the user will forget to remove it.
In addition, the key cannot be removed when maintenance is being performed. This prevents the key from being lost and greatly
reduces the risk of an operator becoming trapped inside. Same Key
A22TK
D4JL
Common key
1
Unlock the door
UNLOCK
2
LOCK
Operation stopped
MAINTENANCE
RUN
Start maintenance
Operation double-stopped
Key: Cannot be removed
Key: Can be removed
Guard Lock
Safety-door Switch
Safety Key
Selector Switch
2
D4JL
A22TK
3
1
4
I take the key with me when
I enter, so there is no worry
of becoming trapped inside!
D4JL
4
Lock the door
UNLOCK
A22TK
3
LOCK
Operation starts
End maintenance
MAINTENANCE
RUN
Operation stopped
Key: Can be removed
Key: Cannot be removed
Furthermore
Same Key
By using the Enabling Grip Switch during maintenance and by using a Safety Laser Scanner
or Safety Mat
to detect
the presence of operators, equipment malfunctions can be prevented when operators are inside, enabling a higher safety level.
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A22TK
Model Number Structure
Model Number Legend (Ordering as a set)
The Operation Unit and Switch are delivered as a set. For information on combinations, refer to Ordering Information
on page 5.
The models numbers of only Operation Units are they same as the set model numbers without (2) Contact
Configuration.
Example: The model number of the Operation Unit from the A22TK-2LL-12-K01 Set is A22TK-2LL-K01.
Ask your OMRON representative about parts without model numbers when ordering.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
A22TK- 2LL - 12 - K 01
(1) Operation Unit
Symbol
No. of
notches
(3) Key Availability
Key release position
Symbol
Key position of NC contact closing
2LL
2RL
(4) Key Type
01 to 30: 30 types *
Type
None
No key
K
With key
(2) Contact Configuration
2
Symbol
2LR
2RR
Type
01
SPST-NC
11
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
02
DPST-NC
12
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
21
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
03
TPST-NC
* Key can be created up to 30 types. Specify keys in
order starting from 01.
Key drop preventive type
A22TK-@
-@
-@
01-SJ
―
―
―
(1)
(2)
(3)
(2) Contact Configuration
(1) Operation Unit
Symbol
No. of
notches
2LL
2RL
2
2LR
2RR
3
Key release position
Key position of NC
contact closing
(3) Key Availability
Type
Symbol
Type
01
SPST-NC
None
No key
11
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
K
With key
02
DPST-NC
12
DPST-NC+SPST-NO
21
DPST-NO+SPST-NC
03
TPST-NC
Symbol
A22TK
Key drop preventive (on the A22TK-2RL-@)
Standard type
NC contact: ON
Key: Hold
Key drop preventive type
NC contact: ON
Key: Hold
NC contact: OFF
Key: Removed
Operating range
NC contact: OFF
Key: Removed
Operating range
NC contact: OFF
Key: Hold
Contact Configuration
[email protected]
Key position
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO DPST-NO + SPST-NO
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO DPST-NO + SPST-NO
TPST-NC
[email protected]
Key position
Operation Angle
*1
FP
15°
90°
*1
TTP
90°
HP *2
A22TK-2L@
A22TK-2L@-SJ
FP
15°
HP *2
A22TK-2R@
A22TK-2R@-SJ
FP : Free position
TTP : Total travel position
HP : Key hold position (drop prevention) *2
*1. If the key is stopped at a position between FP and TTP, the contacts will not be in the states indicated above.
Always be careful to turn the key completely to the FP (HP) or TTP position to ensure that the contacts are properly switched and the direct
open circuit operation characteristics are obtained.
*2. Key drop preventive type (A22TK-@-SJ or A22TK-@-SJ only)
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Ordering Information
Switch
List of Models (Completely Assembled) ... Shipped as a set which includes the Operation Unit and Switch.
The models numbers of only Operation Units are they same as the set model numbers without (2) Contact Configuration.
Example: The model number of the Operation Unit from the A22TK-2LL-12-K01 Set is A22TK-2LL-K01.
Ask your OMRON representative about parts without model numbers when ordering.
Appearance
Key release
position
Key position of NC
contact closing
Contact Configuration
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
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Key
availability
Yes
No
Model
A22TK-2LL-01-K01
A22TK-2LL-11-K01
A22TK-2LL-02-K01
A22TK-2LL-12-K01
A22TK-2LL-21-K01
A22TK-2LL-03-K01
A22TK-2RL-01-K01
A22TK-2RL-11-K01
A22TK-2RL-02-K01
A22TK-2RL-12-K01
A22TK-2RL-21-K01
A22TK-2RL-03-K01
A22TK-2LR-01-K01
A22TK-2LR-11-K01
A22TK-2LR-02-K01
A22TK-2LR-12-K01
A22TK-2LR-21-K01
A22TK-2LR-03-K01
A22TK-2RR-01-K01
A22TK-2RR-11-K01
A22TK-2RR-02-K01
A22TK-2RR-12-K01
A22TK-2RR-21-K01
A22TK-2RR-03-K01
A22TK-2LL-01-01
A22TK-2LL-11-01
A22TK-2LL-02-01
A22TK-2LL-12-01
A22TK-2LL-21-01
A22TK-2LL-03-01
A22TK-2RL-01-01
A22TK-2RL-11-01
A22TK-2RL-02-01
A22TK-2RL-12-01
A22TK-2RL-21-01
A22TK-2RL-03-01
A22TK-2LR-01-01
A22TK-2LR-11-01
A22TK-2LR-02-01
A22TK-2LR-12-01
A22TK-2LR-21-01
A22TK-2LR-03-01
A22TK-2RR-01-01
A22TK-2RR-11-01
A22TK-2RR-02-01
A22TK-2RR-12-01
A22TK-2RR-21-01
A22TK-2RR-03-01
A22TK
Appearance
Key release
position
Key position of NC
contact closing
Contact Configuration
Key
availability
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
SPST-NC
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
Yes
No
Model
A22TK-2LL-01-K01-SJ
A22TK-2LL-11-K01-SJ
A22TK-2LL-02-K01-SJ
A22TK-2LL-12-K01-SJ
A22TK-2LL-21-K01-SJ
A22TK-2LL-03-K01-SJ
A22TK-2RL-01-K01-SJ
A22TK-2RL-11-K01-SJ
A22TK-2RL-02-K01-SJ
A22TK-2RL-12-K01-SJ
A22TK-2RL-21-K01-SJ
A22TK-2RL-03-K01-SJ
A22TK-2LR-01-K01-SJ
A22TK-2LR-11-K01-SJ
A22TK-2LR-02-K01-SJ
A22TK-2LR-12-K01-SJ
A22TK-2LR-21-K01-SJ
A22TK-2LR-03-K01-SJ
A22TK-2RR-01-K01-SJ
A22TK-2RR-11-K01-SJ
A22TK-2RR-02-K01-SJ
A22TK-2RR-12-K01-SJ
A22TK-2RR-21-K01-SJ
A22TK-2RR-03-K01-SJ
A22TK-2LL-01-01-SJ
A22TK-2LL-11-01-SJ
A22TK-2LL-02-01-SJ
A22TK-2LL-12-01-SJ
A22TK-2LL-21-01-SJ
A22TK-2LL-03-01-SJ
A22TK-2RL-01-01-SJ
A22TK-2RL-11-01-SJ
A22TK-2RL-02-01-SJ
A22TK-2RL-12-01-SJ
A22TK-2RL-21-01-SJ
A22TK-2RL-03-01-SJ
A22TK-2LR-01-01-SJ
A22TK-2LR-11-01-SJ
A22TK-2LR-02-01-SJ
A22TK-2LR-12-01-SJ
A22TK-2LR-21-01-SJ
A22TK-2LR-03-01-SJ
A22TK-2RR-01-01-SJ
A22TK-2RR-11-01-SJ
A22TK-2RR-02-01-SJ
A22TK-2RR-12-01-SJ
A22TK-2RR-21-01-SJ
A22TK-2RR-03-01-SJ
Accessories
Name
Control Box
Appearance
Classification
Model
One hole, yellow box
(for emergency stop)
A22Z-B101Y
Remarks
Material: Polycarbonate resin
Note: For information on two-hole and three-hole control boxes, contact your OMRON representative.
The Switch Block, Mounting Latch, Connector, and Lock Plate of A22E can be used.
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A22TK
Specifications
Approved Standard Ratings
• UL, cUL (File No. E41515): 6 A at 220 VAC, 10 A at 110 VAC
• TÜV (EN60947-5-1) (Low Voltage Directive): 3 A at 220 VAC
• CCC (GB14048.5): 3 A at 240 VAC, 1.5 A at 24 VDC
Certified Standards
Certification body
Standards
UL *1
UL508, C22.2 No.14
File No.
E41515
TÜV SÜD
EN60947-5-1
(certified direct opening mechanism)
Consult your OMRON
representative for details.
CQC(CCC)
GB14048.5
2003010303070635
KOSHA
EN60947-5-1
2009-156
Note: Only models with NC contacts have a direct opening mechanism.
*1. UL-certification for CSA C22.2 No. 14 has been obtained. (Certification has been obtained for the Switch Unit only)
Ratings
Contacts (Standard load)
Rated carry current Rated voltage
(V)
(A)
Rated current (A)
AC15
(inductive load)
AC12
(resistive load)
DC13
(inductive load)
DC12
(resistive load)
24 VAC
10
10
110
5
10
220
3
6
380
2
3
-
-
24 VDC
440
1
2
1.5
10
110
0.5
2
0.2
0.6
10
220
-
-
0.2
380
0.1
Note: 1. Rated current values are determined according to the testing conditions. The above ratings were obtained by conducting tests under the
following conditions.
(1) Ambient temperature: 20±2C°
(2) Ambient humidity: 65±5% RH
(3)Operating frequency: 20 operations/minute
2. Minimum applicable load: 10 mA at 5 VDC
Characteristics
Item
Allowable operating
frequency
Model
Mechanical
Electrical
Insulation resistance
Dielectric strength
Durability
30 operations/minute max.
100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Between terminals
of same polarity
2,500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min.
Between each
2,500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min.
terminal and ground
Vibration resistance *1
Shock resistance
A22TK
30 operations/minute max.
10 to 55 Hz, 1.5-mm double amplitude (within 1 ms)
Destruction
1000 m/s2
Malfunction *1
250 m/s2 max.
Mechanical
100,000 operations min.
Electrical
100,000 operations min.
Ambient operating temperature *2
-20 to +70°C
Ambient operating humidity
35% to 85%RH
Ambient storage temperature
-40 to +70°C
Degree of protection
IP65 *3
Electric shock protection class
Class II
PTI (tracking characteristic)
175
Degree of contamination
3 (EN60947-5-1)
*1. Malfunction within 1 ms.
*2. With no icing or condensation.
*3. The degree of protection from the front of the panel.
Note: 1. Do not allow the load current to exceed the rated value.
2. The contact ON/OFF timing is not synchronized. Confirm performance before application.
3. Once the contacts have been used to switch a load, however, they cannot be used to switch smaller loads. The contact surfaces will
become rough once they have been used and contact reliability for smaller loads may be reduced.
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A22TK
Structure and Nomenclature
* Two keys are provided.
Key
Operation Unit
Switch
Contact Ratings
10 A at 110 VAC (resistive load)
10 A at 24 VDC (resistive load)
Contact Configuration
SPST-NC, SPST-NO/SPST-NC, DPST-NC, DPST-NC + SPST-NO, DPST-NO + SPST-NC, and TPST-NC
Lock Plate (attached with the Switch)
(Refer to "Mounting the Lock Plate" on page 13 for use.)
(The above figures are examples of the model with key.)
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
A22TK-2LL
A22TK-2RL
Lock Plate (included)
(A22Z-3380)
Lock Plate (included)
(A22Z-3380)
Key
Key
30 dia. 27 dia.
29.5 dia.
30 dia. 27 dia.
29.5 dia.
34
16.5
32.2
34
1
5.9
0.5
10.9
16.5
54.7
32.6
32.2
1
5.9
0.5
10.9
54.7
32.6
Terminal Arrangement (Bottom View)
2 Contacts
3 Contacts
20.7
10
LOC
OPEN
LOC
OPEN
16.7
16.7
M3.5 screws
Switch blocks
Switch blocks
Terminal Connection
Type
Terminal connection (Bottom View)
SPST-NO/SPST-NC
DPST-NC
DPST-NC + SPST-NO
DPST-NO + SPST-NC
TPST-NC
1
3
1
1
1
1
3
1
3
3
1
1
1
2
4
2
2
2
2
4
2
4
4
2
2
2
Non-lighted
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A22TK
Application Examples
●Application Overview
•
•
•
•
Switching between normal operation mode and maintenance mode is performed manually.
In normal operation mode, the power supply to the motor M2 is turned OFF when the guard is opened.
In maintenance mode, the power supply to the motor M2 is turned OFF when the enabling switch is released or strongly gripped.
In normal operation mode and maintenance mode, the power supply to the motor M1 and M2 is turned OFF when the emergency stop switch is pressed.
●Evaluation example
PL/safety category
Model
Stop category
Reset
−
−
Safety Key Selector Switch A22TK-2@@-11 (SPST-NO/SPST-NC type)
Guard lock Safety-door Switch
[email protected]@A-@, [email protected]@B-@, [email protected]@C-@ (Mechanical Lock Type)
Enabling Grip Switch A4EG
Safety Guard Switching Unit G9SX-GS226-T15
Flexible Safety Unit G9SX-BC202 (24 VDC)
PLe/4 equivalent
Note: The above PL is only the evaluation result of the example concerning solely the mode selection. The PL must be evaluated in an actual
application by the customer after confirming the usage conditions.
●Circuit Diagram
Feedback loop
Emergency Stop
Switch
S1
Lock release signal
11
21
12
22
KM1
KM3
KM4
KM2
S4
S5
S2
41
KM1
+24V
Open
Guard lock
Safety-door Switch
KM2
A1 T11 T12 T21 T22 T31 T32 T33 Y1
42
11
M1
G9SX-BC202 (Unit 1)
12
+24V
Control circuit
Guard
S3
Enabling
Switch
A2
S6
(2)
(4)
(1)
(3)
S14 S24
L1 L2
X1 X2
Feedback loop
KM1 KM2
OPEN
PLC etc.
KM3
S8
Selector Switch
A22TK
Stop signal
+24V
GND
S7
KM4
+24V
Open Open
A1 T11 T12 T21 T22
Y1
Y3
T61 T62 T71 T72
M1 M2
Open
Open
Y2
Y4
AND
T31 T32 T33
T41 T42
OFF
G9SX-GS226-T15 (Unit 2)
Manual
+24V
Control circuit
KM3
Auto
KM4
S14 S24 S44 S54
A2
L1 X1 X2 X3 X4
KM3 KM4
UA
M2
UB
S1: Emergency Stop Switch
S2, S7: Reset switches
S3: Enabling Switch
S4: Guard lock Safety-door Switch
S5: Lock release switch
S6: Safety limit switch
S8: A22TK Safety Key Selector
Switch
KM1 to KM4: Contactors
M1 to M2: 3-phase motor
PLC etc.
Indicator
(Diagnostic check enabled)
GND
Indicator
(Diagnostic check enabled)
Timing Chart
<G9SX-BC202(Unit 1)>
(10)
Emergency
Stop Switch S1
Reset switch S2
Unit 1 S14, S24
KM1, KM2
NC contact
KM1, KM2
NO contact
Unit 1
Logical AND output L1
<G9SX-GS226-T15(Unit 2)>
Unit 2
Logical AND input T41
Lock release
switch
(3)
(8)
S5
Guard lock
S4
safety-door switch
(4)
(6)
Enabling Switch S3
(1)
(5)
Reset switch S7
(2)
Mode selection
input M1
Mode selection
input M2
Unit 2 S14, S24
KM3, KM4
NC contact
KM3, KM4
NO contact
9
(7)
(9)
(1) The G9SX-GS starts in operation mode.
(2) The mode switches to maintenance
mode.
(3) The operator opens the guard and
performs maintenance work.
(4) The Enabling Switch is gripped to the
middle position.
(5) The G9SX-GS starts in maintenance
mode.
(6) The G9SX-GS will stop when the
Enabling Switch is released or gripped.
(7) The G9SX-GS will start again after the
guard is closed and the mode is
switched to operation mode.
(8) The G9SX-GS will stop and the guard
can be opened when the stop signal is
input while in operation mode.
(9) The guard is closed and the G9SX-GS
starts again.
(10)All the units will stop if the emergency
stop is pressed.
A22TK
●Application Overview
(1) In normal operation mode, the power supply to the motor M is turned ON when the reset switch S7 is pressed while the rotator is stopped and
the guard is locked after closed.
(2) The PLC sends high speed rotation command to the motor controller.
(3) The stop signal is applied with the S8.
(4) The PLC sends deceleration command to the motor controller.
(5) The guard can be unlocked when the rotator slows down to the safe speed.
(6) The power supply to the motor M is turned OFF when the guard is unlocked with the S5.
(7) The mode switches to maintenance mode with the mode selection switch.
(8) The PLC sends low speed rotation command to the motor controller.
(9) The power supply to the motor M is automatically turned ON again by gripping the enabling switch to the middle position.
(10)The operator opens the guard and performs maintenance work.
●Evaluation example
PL/safety category
Model
Stop category
Reset
−
−
Safety Key Selector Switch A22TK-2@@-11 (SPST-NO/SPST-NC type)
Guard lock Safety-door Switch
[email protected]@A-@, [email protected]@B-@, [email protected]@C-@ (Mechanical Lock Type)
Enabling Grip Switch A4EG
Low-speed Monitoring Unit G9SX-LM224-F10-R@
Flexible Safety Unit G9SX-BC202 (24 VDC)
PLd/3 equivalent
Note: The above PL is only the evaluation result of the example concerning solely the mode selection. The PL must be evaluated in an actual
application by the customer after confirming the usage conditions.
●Circuit Diagram
Lock release
switch
S5
E1
S4
Guard lock
Safety-door Switch
E2
Emergency Stop
Switch
S1
11
21
12
22
41
42
+24V
12
S2
Open
A1 T11 T12 T21 T22 T31 T32 T33 Y1
11
G9SX-BC202
S7
Enabling
Switch
Control circuit
Feedback loop
Guard
11
A2
KM1
S3
open
S14 S24
L1 L2
X1 X2
12
PLC etc.
KM2
S8
+24V Stop signal
S6
Selector Switch
A22TK
+24V
Open
A1 T11 T12 T21 T22
Y1
Open
M1 M2
T61 T62 T71 T72
Y2
T31 T32 T33
T41 T42
G9SX-LM224-F10
AND
Control circuit
OFF
A2
S14 S24
ES1 ES2
L1 X1 X2 X3 X4
Motor controller
D11 D12
D21 D22
KM1
KM2
Brown Black Brown Black
+24V
KM1 KM2
Indicator
Blue
M
S1: Emergency Stop Switch
S2: Reset switch
S3: Safety limit switch
S4: Guard lock Safety-door Switch
S5: Lock release switch
S6: A22TK Safety Key Selector Switch
S7: Enabling switch
S8: Stop signal
KM1, KM2: Contactor
M: 3-phase motor
GND
Rotator (interlocked with M)
Timing Chart
Emergency Stop Switch S1
Reset switch S2
Logical AND output L1
Guard closed --> opened
Safety limit switch S3
Guard lock
Safety-door Switch S4
KM1, KM2 NC contact
KM1, KM2 NO contact
(Operation instruction to the motor)
High speed rotation
Motor rotation
Low speed rotation
Lock release signal
(Safe speed detection output) ES1
Lock release switch S5
Guard can be opened.
Mode selection input M1
Mode selection input M2
Enabling Switch S7
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A22TK
Installation
Mounting to the Panel
(1) Preparing the Panel
(3) Mounting the Switch on the Operation Unit
• The panel dimensions are shown below.
• Recommended panel thickness: 1 to 5 mm.
3.2 +0.2
0
• Insert the Operation Unit into the Switch Unit, aligning the arrow mark
inscribed on the Case with the lever on the Switch Blocks, then move the
lever in the direction indicated by the arrow in the following figure.
2-R0.8MAX.
Lever
24.1
+0.4
0
Switch Unit
Arrow mark
22.3+0.40 dia.
• A Lock Ring is provided as a standard feature.
• When painting or coating the panel, make sure that the specified panel
dimensions apply to the panel after painting or coating.
Operation Unit
(2) Mounting the Operation Unit on the Panel
(4) Removing the Switch
• Insert the Operation Unit from the front surface of the panel, insert the Lock
Ring and the mounting ring from the terminal side, then tighten the ring.
Before tightening, check that the rubber washer is present between the
Operation Unit and the panel.
• Tighten the mounting ring at a torque of 0.98 to 1.96 N·m.
• When using a Lock Ring, insert the projecting part into the lock slot, and
then tighten the mounting ring.
• Move the lever in the direction indicated by the arrow in the following figure,
then pull the Operation Unit or the Switch Blocks. Since the lever has a hole
with an inside diameter of 6.5 mm, the lever can be moved in the specified
direction by inserting a screwdriver into the hole and then moving the screwdriver.
Key
Operation Unit
Arrow mark
Projecting part Mounting ring
OPEN
Rubber washer
22+0.4
0 dia.
Panel
LOCK
22 dia.
Screwdriver
24.1+0.4
0
Lock Ring
Installing/Removing the Switch Blocks
(1) Installing the Switch Blocks
(2) Removing the Switch Blocks
Wiring
• Hook the small protrusion on the Mounting Latch
into the groove on the other side of the lever,
then push up the Switch Block in the direction
indicated by the arrow in the figure below.
• Insert a screwdriver between the Mounting Latch
and the Switch Block, then push down the
screwdriver in the direction indicated by the
arrow in the following figure.
• Loosen the terminal screw from the Switch
Unit until it completely comes off the groove,
insert a screwdriver as shown in the following figure, then push up the washer in the
direction indicated by the arrow to temporarily secure it. Now, a round crimp terminal
can be connected. After inserting the terminal, tighten the screws to complete wiring.
Washer
Lever
Mounting Latch
Screwdriver
Screw
Screwdriver
Protrusion
Switch block
Use either of the following screwdrivers.
Flat-head screwdriver
3 to 6 mm
Phillips screwdriver 3 to 6 mm dia.
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A22TK
Safety Precautions
Be sure to read the precautions for All Pushbutton Switches in the website at:http://www.ia.omron.com/.
Indication and Meaning for Safe Use
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, is likely to
result in serious injury or may result in
death. Additionally there may be severe
property damage.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor
or moderate injury or in property damage.
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.
DANGER
Always confirm that safety functions are operational
before stating operation. Wiring mistakes, setting
mistakes, switch failure or other factors may prevent
safety functions from operating. This may result in the
machine continuing to operate, possibly resulting in
human accidents.
CAUTION
If the Operation Unit is separated from the Socket Unit,
the equipment will not stop, creating a hazardous
condition.
Secure the lever on the Socket Unit by using the A22Z3380 Lock Plate so that the Operation Unit cannot be
easily separated from the Socket Unit.
(Refer to “Mounting the Lock Plate” at the right.)
[Used in combination with a Slide Key]
The machine may operate, possibly causing injury.
Do not disable safety function by using a spare door
switch operation key or spare key with the door
open.
[Used outside/inside hazardous area]
The machine may operate, possibly causing injury.
Do not disable safety function by using a spare key
outside or inside the hazardous area.
Precautions for Safe Use
Installation Environment
• Do not use the switch in locations where explosive or flammable
gasses may be present.
• 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.
Wiring
• Connect a fuse in series with the A22TK to protect it from
shortcircuit damage. The value of the breaking current of the fuse
must be calculated by multiplying the rated current by 150% to
200%.
When using the A22TK for an EN rating, use a 10-A fuse of type gI
or gG that complies with IEC 60269.
• Always make sure that the power is turned OFF before wiring the
Switch.
Also, do not touch the terminals or other current-carrying ports
while power is being supplied.
• Check the contact specifications before mounting the Switch
Block. Use an NC contact for a safety circuit. It may not operate
properly. Check the Switch Block for safe operation before use.
• Check the operating specification before mounting the Operation
Unit. It may not operate properly. Check the Operation Unit for safe
operation before use.
Installation
• Do not drop the Switch. Doing so may prevent the Switch from
functioning to its full capability.
• Make sure the Switch is mounted securely to prevent it from falling
off. Otherwise injury may result.
• Mount the Operation Key so that it will not come into contact with
persons in the area when the door is opened and closed. Injury
may result.
• Do not use a Switch as a stopper. Otherwise, the switch may be
damaged and may not operate properly.
• Be sure to use the supplied Lock Ring. Otherwise, the switch may
rotate and may not operate properly.
Others
• Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the Switch. Doing so may
cause the Switch to malfunction.
• The durability of the Switch is greatly influenced by the switching
conditions. Always test the switch under actual working conditions
before application and use it in a switching circuit for which there
are no problems with performance.
• The user must not maintain or repair equipment incorporating the
Switch. Contact the manufacturer of the equipment for any
maintenance or repairs required.
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A22TK
Wiring
Precautions for Correct Use
Operating Environment
• This Switch is designed for use indoors.
Using the Switch outdoors may damage it.
• Do not use the Switch where corrosive gases (e.g., H2S, SO2, NH3,
HNO3, or CI2) are present or in locations subject to high
temperature and humidity. Doing so may result in damage to the
Switch as a result of contact failure or corrosion.
• Do not use the Switch in any of the following locations.
• Locations subject to extreme temperature changes
• Locations subject to high humidity or condensation
• Locations subject to excessive vibration
• Locations where metal dust, processing waste, oil, or chemicals
may enter through the protective door
• Locations subject to detergents, thinners, or other solvents
Storage
• Do not store the Switch where corrosive gases (e.g., H2S, SO2,
NH3, HNO3, or Cl2) or dust is present, or in locations subject to high
temperature or high humidity.
Mounting
• Do not tighten the mounting ring more than necessary using tools
such as pointed-nose pliers. Doing so will damage the mounting
ring. The tightening torque is 0.98 to 1.96 N·m.
• Recommended panel thickness: 1 to 5 mm.
Mounting the Lock Plate
1. Confirm that the lever on the Mounting Latch is on the side where
the Operation Unit is secured and then insert the protrusion on the
Lock Plate into the hole in the lever on the Mounting Latch.
2. Press the hole on the Lock Plate onto the protrusion on the Mounting Latch until it clicks into place.
After mounting the Lock Plate, check that the lever does not move.
Lock Plate
Lever
2.
1.
OPEN
LOCK
Operation Unit
Mounting Latch
Operating the Key
• When rotating the key to the total travel position or free position,
the operating force must be 1.47 N·m max.
• Terminal screws must be Phillips or slotted M3.5 screws with a
square washer.
• The tightening torque is 1.08 to 1.27 N·m.
• Single wires, stranded wires, and crimp terminals can be
connected to the Switch
• Applicable Wiring Materials:
Twisted strands: 2 mm2 max.
Solid wire: 1.6 mm dia. max.
Naked Crimp Terminals
8 mm max.
16.0 mm max.
Crimp Terminals with
Insulating Sheaths
8 mm max.
8 mm dia. max.
16.0 mm max.
8 mm dia. max.
20.2 mm max.
20.2 mm max.
• After wiring the Switch, maintain an appropriate clearance and
creepage distance.
• Do not pull the lead wires with excessive force. Doing so may
disconnect them.
• The cable cannot be bended repeatedly.
• When bending the cable, provide a bending radius of 45 mm min.
so as not to damage the cable insulation or sheath. Excessive
bending may cause fire or leakage current.
Operating Environment
• The IP65 model is designed with a protective structure so that it
will not sustain damage if it is subjected to water from any direction
to the front of the panel.
• The Switch is intended for indoor use only. Using the Switch
outdoor may cause it to fail.
Using the Microload
Contact failure may occur if a Switch designed for a standard load is
used to switch a microload. Use Switches within the application
ranges shown in the following graph. Even within the application
range, insert a contact protection circuit, if necessary, to prevent the
reduction of life expectancy due to extreme wear on the contacts
caused by loads where inrush current occurs when the contact is
opened and closed.
The minimum applicable load is the N-level reference value. This
value indicates the malfunction reference level for the reliability level
of 60% (λ 60) (conforming to JIS C5003).
The equation, λ 60 = 0.5 x 10-6/time indicates that the estimated
malfunction rate is less than 1/2,000,000 with a reliability level of
60%.
Voltage (V)
0.16mA
100mA
1.6mA
30
24
Microload area
Area of use
Standard
load area
12
Invalid area
5
1mA
10mA
1
10
0
0.1
100
1,000
Current (mA)
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A22TK
Others
• If the panel is to be coated, make sure that the panel meets the
specified dimensions after coating.
• Due to the structure of the Switch, severe shock or vibration may
cause malfunctions or damage to the Switch.
Also, most Switches are made from resin and will be damaged if
they come into contact with sharp objects. Particularly scratches
on the Operation Unit may create visual and operational
obtrusions.
Handle the Switches with care, and do not throw or drop them.
Do not allow the Switch
to drop and hit the floor.
Do not place or drop
heavy objects
on the Switch.
Do not operate the Switch
with hard or sharp objects.
Hammer
Screwdriver
• Perform maintenance inspections periodically.
• Do not use the key switch to stop/start the machine.
• Mode switching by key must be performed by the operator
specified in the operating manual.
• Apply load current not to exceed the rated value.
• The contact ON/OFF timing is not synchronized. Confirm
performance before application.
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At the customer’s request, OMRON will provide applicable third party certification documents identifying ratings and limitations of use that apply
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