D40A/G9SX-NS

Compact Non-Contact Door Switch/Non-Contact Door Switch Controller
D40A/G9SX-NS
Electronic Detection Mechanism for
Better Stability in Non-contact Door
Switch Operation
Connection is also possible to a G9SP Safety Controller.
•Complies with ISO 13849-1(PLd/Safety Category 3).
•The maximum number of Switches that can be connected to a
G9SPseries Controller is given below.
G9SP-N10S: 15 × 1 system
G9SP-N10D/20S: 15 × 2 system
For details, refer to the G9SP Series Operation Manual (Cat. No.Z922).
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 28 and
the “Precautions for All Safety Door Switches”.
Features
● Easy-to-see 2-Color Indicators
● Mount from Either Side
Switch status is easy to see at a glance with
these red/yellow LED indicators.
Red:
Open door
detected.
Yellow:
Closed door
detected.
Not lit:
Power OFF
or failure
Swinging doors
● Small Actuator
Sliding doors
● Save Labor with Connector and Reduce Inventory
An actuator that is smaller than the switch
saves space, even inside the door.
Even when mounted with an L-bracket, the
actuator's height will not hinder installation or
operation.
Compact
Switch
Mount from whichever side provides the
easiest wiring path to enable mounting to all
types of doors.
Wiring time can be reduced with the connector.
Cable lengths can be selected, and only cables of
required lengths can be purchased.
Switches can be integrated into a single Switch
with a connector when installing in a machine with
multiple doors or various types of machines,
which can reduce inventory.
Actuator
● Connect Up to 30 Switches to a Single Controller
Reduce costs by connecting up to 30 Switches to a single Controller.
Up to 30 Switches
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D40A/G9SX-NS
Solves Conventional Switch Issues to Provide Stable Detection
Issue 1
The Switch does not accurately detect the door when it is closed slowly, resulting in an error.
Conventional switch
An error can occur
if the door is closed
slowly with
conventional
switches.
Door
closed
slowly.
Solution 1
Conventional Switches
The D40A does not use reed switches and
provides stable detection with electronic switches.
Slow
Slow
Magnet
Magnet
Reed switch contacts
Reed switch contacts
Error
Issue 2
If the switching timing of reed
switch contacts 1 and 2 varies
too much, the Controller
detects an error and turns OFF
the output to maintain safety.
Stable Detection
with the D40A's
New System
Note: The figure is intended
only as an illustration.
Detects slow lateral operation.
Detects slow rotating operation.
It is nearly impossible to tell which door is open in a multi-door application.
If an error occurs...
The system cannot be started because the Controller has turned
OFF the output even though all doors appear to be closed.
It's impossible to tell if there is a door open or if an error has occurred.
All doors must be opened and closed before operation can be started.
Solution 2
With the D40A...
The auxiliary outputs can be used to easily indicate which door is
open.
And with two-color indicators, mounting adjustments are also easy.
The D40A is the first Non-contact Door Switch to combine 2-color
indicators, auxiliary outputs, and 30-switch connection capacity,
allowing you to create a better safety environment.
Issue 3
Various cable lengths and complex wiring are required for multiple doors.
Solution 3
The model with a connector allows you to select the cable lengths that are connected and purchase the
cables of required lengths. Switches can be integrated into a single Switch with a connector.
Downtime can be reduced by replacing the cable and switch partially at maintenance time.
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D40A/G9SX-NS
Two Types of Controller to Solve Productivity, Expandability, and Maintenance Issues
The G9SX-NS and G9SX-NSA are designed specifically for use with Non-contact door switch, and with the G9SX-NSA you can also connect
mechanical safety door switches. Among other features, these Controllers support logical AND connections that enable partial stops. These
Controllers make the most of D40A Switches.
● Two Different Controllers
G9SX-NS
G9SX-NSA
@Logical AND
connection input
@Logical AND
connection input
@D40A input
@D40A plus mechanical
safety door switch input,
channel 1 or 2
@Two instantaneous
safety outputs
@Two instantaneous safety
outputs
@Two OFF-delay safety
outputs
@Logical AND
connection output
@Logical AND
connection output
● Indicators That Make Maintenance Easier
The indicators show the location
and cause of wiring errors and
any other errors that are detected.
Auxiliary outputs for errors also
contribute to reducing down time.
Input error
Logical AND
connection error
Output error
● Mechanical Safety Door Switches Can Also Be Connected with the G9SX-NSA
Inputs can be accepted
D40A
from both D40A Switches
and mechanical switches to
reduce the number of
Safety Door
Switches
Controllers and costs.
● Expansion Units to Easily Increase the Number of Outputs with the G9SX-NSA
The number of outputs
can be easily increased
using connectors.
Up to 25 outputs can be
Up to 25 Outputs
configured.
G9SX-EX Expansion Unit
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D40A/G9SX-NS
Reduce Costs with these New-Concept Controllers
Issue 1
Two Controllers are required for emergency stop switches and
non-contact door switches.
Application
●One hazard.
●The system must be stopped
when either a door is opened
or an emergency stop switch
is pressed.
D40B
Emergency
stop switch *
D40A
Solution 1
D40B-J1
Emergency
stop switch *
The D40A
Simplifies the
Configuration
The G9SA must be
added to connect the
G9SA
emergency stop
switch.
Two
Controllers
Issue 2
G9SX-NSA
With only one
[email protected]
Controller, both a
Non-contact Door Switch
and an emergency stop
switch can be connected.
One
Controller
Another Controller has to be added to use an OFF-delay timer.
Application
●Two hazards.
●The power supply must be
turned OFF immediately when
the emergency stop switch is
pressed.
●When a door is opened, a stop
signal is sent to only
servomotor B and then the
power supply is turned OFF.
Emergency
stop switch *
D40B
D40A
Solution 2
D40B-J1
Emergency
stop switch *
The D40A
Simplifies the
Configuration
Wiring
G9SX-NSA
G9SX-BC
The G9SA must be
Logical AND
connection
[email protected]
OFF-delay
output
G9SA
added to use an
OFF-delay timer.
Three
A
B
Controllers
A Controller can be
eliminated because the
[email protected]
provides an OFF-delay
output.
A
B
Two
Controllers
* Always use a manual reset when using an emergency stop.
Refer to G9SX for the features of the G9SX Series.
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Selection of Safety Controllers for D40A
[Connectable Controllers]
Safety Controller G9SP
Non-contact Door Switch Controller G9SX-NS
Safety Controller
G9SP
Non-contact Door Switch Controller
G9SX-NS
• Flexible programming by combining function blocks
• Extensive system configurations
• Decreased work hours by convenient configurator
• Easy expansion of output points by an expansion unit
• Improved maintainability by LED display
• No special programming required
Function Blocks
Note: For product information, refer to the website at:
http://www.ia.omron.com/
Model Number Structure
Model Number Legend
Non-Contact Door Switch (Switch/Actuator)
D40A - @@@
1 2 3
1. Type
1: Standard model
2. Auxiliary outputs
C: 1NO (PNP transistor output)
3. Cable length
2: 2 m
5: 5 m
015-F: Connector type
(Cable length :15cm)
Non-Contact Door Switch Controller
G9SX - @@@@@@ - @@@ - @@
1
2 3 4
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1. Functions
NS/NSA: Controller
EX:
Expansion Unit
2. Output Configuration
(Instantaneous Safety Outputs)
2: 2 outputs
4: 4 outputs
3. Output Configuration
(OFF-delayed Safety Outputs)
0: None
2: 2 outputs
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4. Output Configuration
(Auxiliary Outputs)
1: 1 output
2: 2 outputs
5. Max. OFF-delay Time
Controller
T03: 3 s (Variable)
Expansion Unit
Blank: No OFF delay
T:
OFF delay
6. Terminal Block Type
RT: Screw terminals
RC: Spring-cage terminals
For product information of G9SP,refer to the website at:http://www.ia.omron.com/
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Ordering Information
List of Models
Non-Contact Door Switches (Switch/Actuator)
Classification
Appearance
Auxiliary outputs
Cable length
Model
2m
D40A-1C2
5m
D40A-1C5
Standard models
Semiconductor
outputs *1
Connector model
0.15 m
D40A-1C015-F *2
*1. PNP open-collector semiconductor output.
*2. The model with a connector is not KOSHA certified.
Cable with connector
Connector
Type
Single-end
Cable
Length
Model
Packing
Unit
2m
XS2F-D521-DG0-A
5m
XS2F-D521-GG0-A
10 m
XS2F-D521-JG0-A
1
15 m
XS2F-D521-KG0-A
20 m
XS2F-D521-LG0-A
Connector
Type
Cable
Length
Model
Packing
Unit
5
2m
XS2W-D521-DG1-A
5
5
5m
XS2W-D521-GG1-A
5
10 m
XS2W-D521-JG1-A
1
1
15 m
XS2W-D521-KG1-A
1
1
20 m
XS2W-D521-LG1-A
1
Double-end
Non-Contact Door Switch Controllers
Safety outputs *1
Instantaneous
2
(Semiconductors)
Auxiliary
outputs *3
OFF-delayed
*2
0
2
(Semiconductors)
2
(Semiconductors)
Logical
AND
connection
input
Logical
AND
connection
output
Max. OFF delay
time *4
Rated
voltage
--1
1
24 VDC
3.0 s
Terminal block type
Model
Screw terminals
G9SX-NS202-RT
Spring-cage terminals
G9SX-NS202-RC
Screw terminals
G9SX-NSA222-T03-RT
Spring-cage terminals
G9SX-NSA222-T03-RC
*1. P channel MOS FET transistor output
*2. The OFF-delayed output becomes an instantaneous output by setting the OFF-delay time to 0 s.
*3. PNP transistor output
*4. The OFF-delay time can be set in 16 steps as follows:
0/0.2/0.3/0.4/0.5/0.6/0.7/0.8/0.9/1.0/1.2/1.4/1.8/2.0/2.5/3.0 s
Expansion Units
Safety outputs
Instantaneous
OFF-delayed
4PST-NO
---
---
4PST-NO
Auxiliary
outputs
OFF-delay time
Rated
voltage
--1
(Semiconductor) *1
24 VDC
*2
Terminal block type
Model
Screw terminals
G9SX-EX401-RT
Spring-cage terminals
G9SX-EX401-RC
Screw terminals
G9SX-EX041-T-RT
Spring-cage terminals
G9SX-EX041-T-RC
*1. PNP transistor output
*2. The OFF-delay time is synchronized to the OFF-delay time setting in the connected Controller ([email protected]).
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D40A/G9SX-NS
Accessories
Terminal Block
Appearance *
Specifications
Applicable units
Model
Remarks
Terminal Block with screw
terminals (3-pin)
G9SX-NSA
Y9S-03T1B-02A
Two Terminal Blocks (black) with screw
terminals, and a set of six code marks to
prevent erroneous insertion.
Terminal Block with screw
terminals (4-pin)
G9SX-NS
[email protected]
Y9S-04T1B-02A
Two Terminal Blocks (black) with screw
terminals, and a set of six code marks to
prevent erroneous insertion.
Terminal Block with springG9SX-NSA
cage terminals (3-pin)
Y9S-03C1B-02A
Two Terminal Blocks (black) with spring-cage
terminals, and a set of six code marks to
prevent erroneous insertion.
Terminal Block with spring- G9SX-NS
cage terminals (4-pin)
[email protected]
Y9S-04C1B-02A
Two Terminal Blocks (black) with spring-cage
terminals, and a set of six code marks to
prevent erroneous insertion.
Note: The G9SX main unit comes with a terminal block as standard equipment. The accessories shown here can be ordered as a replacement.
* The illustrations show 3-pin types
Specifications
Non-contact Door Switches
Ratings and Characteristics
Item
Model
Operating distance OFF→ON
Operating distance ON→OFF
Operating
Differential travel
characteristics *1
Influence of temperature (max.)
Repeat accuracy
[email protected]
5 mm min. *2
15 mm max. *2
20% or less of operating distance at 23°C (maximum 2.5 mm)
±20% of operating distance at 23°C, within temperature range of −10 to 55°C
±10% or less of operating distance at 23°C
Ambient operating temperature
−10 to 55°C (no icing or condensation)
Ambient operating humidity
25% to 85%
Insulation resistance (between charged parts and
case)
50 MΩ max. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength (between charged parts and case)
1,000 VAC for 1 min
Pollution degree
3
Electromagnetic compatibility
IEC/EN 60497-5-3 compliant
Vibration resistance
10 to 55 to 10 Hz (single amplitude: 0.75 mm, double
amplitude: 1.5 mm)
Shock resistance
300 m/s2 min.
Degree of protection
IP67
Material
PBT resin
Mounting method
M4 screws
Terminal screw tightening torque
1 N·m
Power supply voltage
24 VDC +10%/−15%
Power consumption
0.6 W max.
Auxiliary outputs *3
24 VDC, 10 mA (PNP open-collector outputs)
LED indicators
Actuator not detected (red); actuator detected (yellow)
Connection cables
2 m, 5 m, 0.15m (Connector type)
Number of connectable switches
30 max. (wiring length: 100 m max.) *4
Weight
Switch: approx. 145 g, actuator: approx. 20 g (D40A-1C2)
*1. This is the distance where the switch operates from OFF to ON when approaching and the distance where the switch operates from ON to
OFF when separating when the switch and actuator target marks are on the same axis, and the sensing surfaces coincide.
*2. For detail,refer to page 13 Engineering Data Guaranteed value and typical data of operating characteristics.
*3. Turns ON when the actuator is approaching. The G3R series of the SSR can be driven at an auxiliary output of 10 mA. Contact your OMRON
representative for details.
*4. For details, refer to item 5 on page 29.
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Non-contact Door Switches
Ratings
Power input
Item
Model
[email protected]
[email protected]
Rated supply voltage
24 V DC
Operating voltage range
−15% to 10% of rated supply voltage
Rated power consumption *
3 W max.
4 W max.
[email protected]
2 W max.
* Power consumption of loads not included.
Inputs
Item
Model
Safety input *1
[email protected]/[email protected]
Operating voltage: 20.4 VDC to 26.4 VDC, internal impedance: approx. 2.8 kΩ *2
Feedback/reset input
*1. Only applies to the [email protected] Refers to input other than that from the Non-contact Door Switch.
*2. Provide a current equal to or higher than that of the minimum applicable load of the connected input control device.
Outputs
Item
Model
[email protected]/[email protected]
Instantaneous safety output *1
OFF-delayed safety output *1
P channel MOS FET transistor output
Load current: 0.8 A DC max. *2
Auxiliary output
PNP transistor output
Load current: 100 mA max.
*1. While safety outputs are in the ON state, the following signal sequence is output continuously for diagnosis.
When using the safety outputs as input signals to control devices (i.e. Programmable Controllers), consider the OFF pulse shown below.
Approx.100 ms
ON
OFF
360 μs max.
*2. The following derating is required when Units are mounted side-by-side.
[email protected]/[email protected]: 0.4 A max. load current
Expansion Unit
Item
Model
[email protected]
Rated load
250 VAC, 3 A/30 VDC, 3 A (resistive load)
Rated carry current
3A
Maximum switching voltage 250 VAC, 125 VDC
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D40A/G9SX-NS
Characteristics
Item
Model
Over-voltage category
(IEC/EN 60664-1)
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
II (Relay outputs 13 to 43 and 14
to 44: III)
II
100 ms max. (Logical AND
connection input ON and
Operating time (OFF to ON state) *1
Non-contact Door Switch input
ON)
50 ms max. (Safety input: ON) *2
100 ms max. (Logical AND
connection input ON and
30 ms max. *4
Non-contact Door Switch input ON)
*3
Response time (ON to OFF state) *1
15 ms max. (Logical AND
connection input: OFF)
20 ms max. (Non-contact Door
Switch input OFF) *6
15 ms max. (Safety input OFF and
logical AND connection input OFF)
10 ms max. *4
20 ms max. (Non-contact Door
Switch input: OFF) *6
ON-state residual voltage
3.0 V max. (safety output, auxiliary output)
OFF-state leakage current
0.1 mA max. (safety output, auxiliary output)
Maximum wiring length of safety
input, logical AND connection
100 m max. (External connection impedance: 100 Ω max. and 10 nF max.)
input, and Non-contact Door Switch
input
Reset input time
(Reset button pressing time)
100 ms min.
Accuracy of OFF-delay time *5
---
Within ±5% of the set value
Within ±5% of the set value
Between logical AND
connection terminals,
and power supply input
terminals and other
Insulation input and output
20 MΩ min. (at 100 VDC)
resistance terminals connected
together
---
Between all terminals
connected together and
DIN rail
100 MΩ min.
(at 500 VDC)
Between logical AND
connection terminals,
and power supply input
terminals and other
input and output
500 VAC for 1 min.
terminals connected
together
Dielectric
strength
---
Between all terminals
connected together and
DIN rail
1,200 VAC for 1 min
Between different poles
of outputs
Between relay outputs
connected together and
other terminals
connected together
Vibration resistance
--2,200 VAC for 1 min
10 to 55 to 10 Hz, 0.375 mm single amplitude (0.75 mm double amplitude)
300 m/s2
Destruction
Shock
resistance Malfunction
100 m/s2
Electrical
---
100,000 cycles min. rated load,
switching frequency: 1,800
cycles/hour)
Mechanical
---
5,000,000 cycles min. (switching
frequency: 7,200 cycles/hour)
Durability
Ambient operating temperature
−10 to 55°C (no icing or condensation)
Ambient operating humidity
25% to 85%
Terminal tightening torque
0.5 N·m (For the [email protected] (with screw terminals) only)
Weight
Approx. 125 g
Approx. 200 g
Approx. 165 g
*1. When two or more Units are connected by logical AND, the operating time and response time are the sum total of the operating times and
response times, respectively, of all the Units connected by logical AND.
*2. Represents the operating time when the safety input turns ON with all other conditions set.
*3. Represents the operating time when the logical AND input and the Non-contact Door Switch input turn ON with all other conditions set.
*4. This does not include the operating time or response time of [email protected] that are connected.
*5. This does not include the operating time or response time of internal relays in the [email protected]
*6. The failure detection time for 24 V short-circuit failure on the input to Non-contact Door Switches is 35 ms max.
If using the Switch for an application other than as a Door Switch, calculate the safe distance using a failure detection time of 35 ms.
For product information of G9SP,refer to the website at:http://www.ia.omron.com/
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Cable with connector
Ratings and Characteristics
Rated current
3A
Rated voltage
For DC 125 VDC, for AC 250 VAC
Contact resistance (Connector)
40 mΩ max. (20 mV max., 100 mA max.)
Insulation resistance
1,000 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength (Connector)
1,500 VAC for 1 min (leakage current: 1 mA max.).
Degree of protection
IP67 (IEC529)
Insertion tolerance
200 times min.
Assembled fixture strength
Tensile: 98 N/15 s
Torsion: 0.98 N·m/15 s
Cable holding strength
Cable diameter: 6 mm
Ambient operating temperature range
Operating: − 25°C to 70°C
Ambient humidity range
20% to 85%
98 N/15 s
Materials and Finish
Item
Contacts
Thread bracket
Pin block
XS2F/H/W
Materials
Phosphor bronze
Finish
Nickel base, 0.4-μm gold plating
Materials
Brass
Finish
Nickel plated
Materials
PBT resin (UL94V-0)
Finish
For DC: light gray; for AC: dark gray
O-ring/rubber bushing
Rubber
Cover
PBT resin (UL94V-0)
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Logical AND Connection
Item
Model
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Number of Units connected per logical
4 Units max.
AND output
---
Total number of Units connected by
logical AND *1
20 Units max.
---
Number of Units connected in series
by logical AND
5 Units max.
---
Max. number of Expansion Units
connected *2
Maximum cable length for logical AND
input
---
5 Units max.
100 m max.
---
Note: See Logical AND Connection Combinations below for details.
*1. The number of [email protected] Expansion Units or [email protected] Expansion Units (OFF-delayed Model) not included.
*2. [email protected] Expansion Units and [email protected] Expansion Units (OFF-delayed Model) can be mixed.
Logical AND Connection Combinations
1. One logical AND connection output from a [email protected] Controller
can be logical AND connected to up to four Controllers.
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
3. The largest possible system configuration contains a total of 20
[email protected] Controllers, [email protected] Advanced Units, and
G9SX-BC Basic Units. In this configuration, each Controller or
Advanced Unit can have up to five Expansion Units.
[email protected]
2. Any [email protected] Controller that receives a logical AND connection
input can be logically connected to other Controllers on up to five
layers.
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Note: The [email protected] in the above diagram can be replaced by the
[email protected] Advanced Unit.
For details on [email protected] Advanced Units, refer to the
G9SX-series Flexible Safety Unit catalog. (Cat. No. J150).
Number of Units connected
in series by logical AND: 5
Units max.
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
Number of Units connected
per logical AND output: 4
Units max.
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
[email protected]
or
[email protected]
Total number of Units
connected by logical AND:
20 Units max.
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Response Time and Operating Time
1. [email protected]
Max. response time
(excluding Expansion
Units) *1
Max. operating time
(excluding Expansion
Units) *2
Non-contact Door Switch input
20 ms
100 ms
Logical AND input
15 ms
100 ms
Non-contact Door
Switch input
Logical AND input
*1. The maximum response time is the time it takes the output to switch from ON to OFF after
the input switches from ON to OFF.
*2. The maximum operating time is the time it takes the output to switch from OFF to ON after
the input switches from OFF to ON.
2. [email protected]
Non-contact Door
Switch input
D4NS
Safety input
Logical AND input
Max. response time
(excluding Expansion
Units) *1
Max. operating time
(excluding Expansion
Units) *2
Non-contact Door Switch input
20 ms
100 ms
Safety input
15 ms
50 ms
Logical AND input
15 ms
100 ms
*1. The maximum response time is the time it takes the output to switch from ON to OFF after
the input switches from ON to OFF.
*2. The maximum operating time is the time it takes the output to switch from OFF to ON after
the input switches from OFF to ON.
3. Multiple [email protected]/[email protected] Non-contact Door Switch Controllers
When multiple Controllers are logically connected with AND connections, the response time is the sum of the response times given in 1 and 2
above. (It is the same for the operating time.)
D4NS
Case 1
Safety input
D40A (1)
Response Time from When D40A (1) Turns from ON to OFF until Safety Output (2) Turns from
ON to OFF
(
20 ms
(D40A (1))
Safety output
(1)
Logical AND
(1)
D40A (2)
+
15 ms
=
(Logical AND
connection (1))
35 ms
Case 2
Response Time from When D4NS Turns from ON to OFF until Safety Output (3) Turns from ON
to OFF
15 ms
(D4NS)
+
15 ms
+
(Logical AND
connection (1))
15 ms
=
(Logical AND
connection (2))
45 ms
Safety output (2)
D40A (3)
Logical AND
(2)
Safety output (3)
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Engineering Data
Guaranteed value and typical data of operating characteristics
15mm *
5mm * 0mm
ON
OFF
* When the switch and actuator target
marks are on the same axis, and the
sensing surfaces coincide.
Unstable range
18
OFF range
16
X
Maximum
operating distance
(ON to OFF)
14
Sensing
surface
Engineering Data
(ON to OFF)
12
Engineering
Data
(OFF to ON)
10
Y
8
Minimum
operating distance
(OFF to ON)
6
Target marks
Operating distance Y (mm)
Operating distance Y (mm)
18
OFF range
16
Sensing
surface
Maximum
operating distance
(ON to OFF)
14
Engineering Data
(ON to OFF)
12
10
Engineering
Data
(OFF to ON)
8
Z
Minimum
operating distance
(OFF to ON)
6
Y
Target marks
4
4
ON range
2
0
−6
−4
−2
ON range
2
0
2
4
0
−15
6
Distance from the target mark on the switch X (mm)
−10
−5
0
5
10
15
Distance from the target mark on the switch Z (mm)
Note: 1. The operating distance is the distance between the switch and actuator sensing surfaces.
2. Data in the diagram is typical data at an ambient temperature of 23°C. Actual operating values may vary.
The operating distance may be affected by ambient metal, magnet catches, and temperature.
Connections
Internal Connection
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A1
D1 D2 D3 D4 T31 T32 T33
T41 T42
Non-contact Door Reset/Feedback
Input
Switch control
*2
Logical AND
input
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(Non-contact Door Switch Controller)
A1
A2
Safety output control
S14 S24
*2
Power
supply
circuit
*1
Auxiliary
output control
L1
X1
A2
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(Expansion Unit/Expansion Unit OFF-delayed Model)
Exp.
sig.
IN
A2
X2
fault Non-contact Door
Reset/Feedback Cross
detection
Input
Switch control
input
Safety output control
Auxiliary
output control
Logical
AND input
Expansion Unit
output control
X1
X2
K1
*1. Internal power supply circuit is not isolated.
*2. Logical AND input is isolated.
*3. Outputs S14 to S54 are internally redundant.
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*2
Brown
Exp.
sig.
OUT
K2
14 24 34 44
*1. Internal power supply circuit is not isolated.
*2. Relay outputs are isolated.
S14 S24 S44 S54 L1
Internal Circuit Diagram
13 23 33 43
*1
Safety
output
Power control
supply
circuit Auxiliary
output
control
Safety
input 2
*3
*1. Internal power supply circuit is not isolated.
*2. Logical AND input is isolated.
*3. Outputs S14 to S24 are internally redundant.
A1
Safety
input 1
X2
*3
Blue
Internal circuit
Power
supply
circuit
*1
T11 T12 T21 T22 T31 T32 T33 Y1 D1 D2 D3 D4 T41 T42
White
Black
Yellow
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Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement
(Unit: mm)
Non-contact Door Switch (Switch/Actuator)
D40A-1C2
D40A-1C5
D40A-1C015-F
Indicator
(1.5)
2-4.2 dia.
9.5
7.2 dia.
38
7.2 dia.
48
48
7.2 dia.
38
7.2 dia.
Sensing
surface
12
6
13
17
(150)
(2)
20
25
(46) (15 dia.)
M12
(Actuator)
13
2-4.2 dia.
Vinyl-insulated round cable:
Diameter 4 mm, 5-wire
(Conductor cross-sectional area: 0.2 mm2/
Insulator diameter: 1.0 mm)
Standard length: 2 m/5 m
(Switch)
Non-contact Door Switch Controller
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(6) (See note 2.)
Terminal arrangement
T31 T32 T33 D3
D1 D2 X1 A1
T31 T32 T33 D3
D1 D2 X1 A1
G9SX-NS202
24VDC
PWR
EI
PWR
FB
AND
NS
FB
100 max.
NS
AND
ERR
ERR
EI
No.
T41 T42 X2
S14 S24 L1
A2
D4
T41 T42 X2 A2
S14 S24 L1 D4
23 max.
115 max.
(22.5) *
(6) (See note 2.)
Note: 1. Above outline drawing is for models with spring-cage terminals (-RC).
2. For models with spring-cage terminals (-RC) only.
* Typical dimension
Non-contact Door Switch Controller
G9SX-NSA222-T03[email protected]
Terminal arrangement
(6) (See note 2.)
T31 T32 T33 D1 D2 D3
T11 T12 Y1 X1 X2 A1
T31 T32 T33 D1
T11 T12 Y1 X1
D2
X2
D3
A1
G9SX-NSA222-T03
24VDC
PWR
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
FB
T1
T2
AND
NS
EI
ED
0.8 0.91.0
1.2
1.4
1.8
2.0
2.5
0 3.0
OFF-DELAY
100 max.
PWR
FB
T1
T2
AND
NS
EI
ED
ERR
ERR
No.
T21 T22
T41 T42
S14 S24 S44 S54 L1
A2
D4
T21 T22
T41 T42 A2
S14 S24 S44 S54 L1 D4
35.5 max.
(35) *
(10)
115 max.
(6) (See note 2.)
Note: 1. Above outline drawing is for models with spring-cage terminals (-RC).
2. For models with spring-cage terminals (-RC) only.
* Typical dimension
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Expansion Unit
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Expansion Unit (OFF-delayed Model)
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Terminal arrangement
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(Expansion Unit)
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(Expansion Unit
with OFF Delay)
13 23 33 43
13 23 33 43
PWR
PWR
EI
ED
ERR
ERR
(6) (See note 2.)
100 max.
23 max.
115 max.
(22.5) *
A1 X2 A2
A1 X2 A2
14 24 34 44
14 24 34 44
(6) (See note 2.)
Note: 1. Above outline drawing is for models with spring-cage terminals (-RC).
2. For models with spring-cage terminals (-RC) only.
* Typical dimension
For product information of G9SP,refer to the website at:http://www.ia.omron.com/
Accessories (Sold separately)
Socket on One Cable End
(5-pole Connectors)
XS2F-D521-DG0-A (L=2m)
XS2F-D521-GG0-A (L=5m)
XS2F-D521-JG0-A (L=10m)
XS2F-D521-KG0-A (L=15m)
XS2F-D521-LG0-A (L=20m)
(Unit: mm)
Straight Connectors
M12
5 dia.
45°
6 dia.
14.9 dia.
30
40.7
L
Pin Arrangements
(Engagement Side)
Wiring Diagram
Cable lead
colors
Contact No.
2
4
Brown
White
Blue
Black
Gray
1
3
5
Sockets and Plugs on Cable Ends
(5-pole Connectors)
XS2W-D521-DG1-A (L=2m)
XS2W-D521-GG1-A (L=5m)
XS2W-D521-JG1-A (L=10m)
XS2W-D521-KG1-A (L=15m)
XS2W-D521-LG1-A (L=20m)
5
50
2
5
3
1
4
Straight/Straight Connectors
6 dia.
14.9 dia.
14.9 dia.
40.7
44.7
L
Wiring Diagram for 5 Cores
Contact No.
1
2
3
4
5
Cable lead
colors
1
Brown
2
White
3
Blue
4
Black
5
Gray
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Non-contact Door Switch D40A and Non-contact Door Switch Controller [email protected] Wiring
Example: Wiring a Single Switch
Example: Wiring Multiple Switches
Connect Up to 30 Non-contact Door Switches
D1 D2 D3 D4
Blue
Brown
Black
White
Blue
Brown
Black
White
Blue
Brown
Auxiliary output load *
Black
White
Blue
Yellow
Black
Brown
White
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A2
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* The auxiliary output load current must be 10 mA max.
D1 D2 D3 D4
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Wiring of Inputs and Outputs
Wire color
Pin No.
Non-contact Door Switch
power supply input
Signal name
Brown
1
Description of operation
Blue
3
Non-contact Door Switch input
White
2
Inputs signals from the [email protected]
The Non-contact Door Switch input must be ON as a required condition for
the Non-contact Door Switch output to be ON.
Non-contact Door Switch
output
Black
4
Turns ON and OFF according to actuator detection and the status of the
Non-contact Door Switch input.
Auxiliary output
Yellow
5
Turns ON when actuator is detected.
Supplies power to the D40A.
Connect to the D3 and D4 terminal of the [email protected]
4
3
5
1
2
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Wiring of Inputs and Outputs
[email protected]
Signal name
Power supply
input
Terminal
name
A1, A2
Non-contact
D1, D2,
Door Switch input D3, D4
Description of operation
Connect the power source to the A1 and A2
terminals.
Wiring
Connect the power supply plus (24 VDC) to the A1
terminal.
Connect the power supply minus (GND) to the A2
terminal.
All Non-contact Door Switch inputs connected to the
[email protected] must be ON as a required condition for
the safety outputs to be ON. Otherwise the safety
outputs cannot be in the ON state.
White
D1
Black
Brown
D2
Blue
D3
D4
Feedback loop
To set the safety outputs in the ON state, the ON state
signal must be input to T33. Otherwise the safety
Auto reset
outputs cannot be in the ON state.
Feedback/reset
input
Logical AND
connection input
T31, T32,
T33
T41, T42
To set the safety outputs in the ON state, the signal
input to T32 must change from the OFF state to the
ON state, and then to the OFF state. Otherwise the
safety outputs cannot be in the ON state.
A logical AND connection means that one unit (Unit
A) outputs a safety signal “a” to a subsequent unit
(Unit B) and Unit B calculates the logical AND (i.e.,
outputs the AND) of the signal “a” and safety signal
“b”, which is input to Unit B.
Thereby the logic of the safety output of Unit B is
(AND). (An AND of inputs “a” and “b” is output.)
To set the safety outputs of the subsequent Unit in the
ON state, its logical AND connection preset switch
must be set to AND (enable) and the high signal must
be input to T41 of the subsequent unit.
+24 V
T31
T32
KM
T33
Feedback loop
Reset
Switch
Manual reset
KM +24 V
T31
T32
T33
Input a
Unit A
G9SX-NS/NSA
Output (a) L1 A2
Unit B
Logical AND connection sig.
(1st layer)
Input b
T41 T42
G9SX-NS/NSA
Output (a&b) L1 A2
Next unit (4 unit max.)
T41 T42
G9SX-NS/NSA
Logical AND connection sig.
(2nd layer)
Next unit (4 unit max.)
T41 T42
G9SX-NS/NSA
L1 A2
Next unit (5 layers max.)
Instantaneous
safety output
S14, S24
Turns ON/OFF according to the state of the safety
inputs, Non-contact Door Switch inputs, feedback/
reset inputs, and logical AND connection inputs.
During OFF-delay state, the Instantaneous safety
outputs are not able to turn ON.
Logical AND
connection
output
L1
Outputs a signal of the same logic and at the same
time as the instantaneous safety outputs.
Keep these outputs open when not used.
Auxiliary monitor
output
X1
Outputs a signal of the same logic and at the same
time as the instantaneous safety outputs.
Keep these outputs open when not used.
Auxiliary error
output
X2
Outputs when the error indicator is lit or flashing.
Keep these outputs open when not used.
Keep these outputs open when not used.
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Signal name
Power supply
input
Terminal
name
A1, A2
Description of operation
Connect the power source to the A1 and A2
terminals.
Wiring
Connect the power supply plus (24 VDC) to the A1 terminal.
Connect the power supply minus (GND) to the A2 terminal.
+24 V
Using safety input 1 system
Safety input 1
T11 T12 T21 T22
To set the safety outputs in the ON state, the high
state signals must be input to both safety input 1
and safety input 2. Otherwise the safety outputs
cannot be in the ON state.
Safety input 2
Non-contact
Door Switch
input
+24 V
T11, T12
T21, T22
D1, D2,
D3, D4
Feedback/reset T31, T32,
input
T33
Using safety input 2 system
(without short-circuit
monitoring between
systems)
All Non-contact Door Switch inputs connected to
the G9SX-NS must be ON as a required condition
for the safety outputs to be ON.
Otherwise the safety outputs cannot be in the ON
state.
To set the safety outputs in the ON state, the ON
state signal must be input to T33.
Otherwise the safety outputs cannot be in the ON
state.
White
D1
T11 T12 T21 T22
Y1
T11 T12 T21 T22
Y1
NC
Black
Brown
D2
Blue
D3
D4
Feedback loop
+24 V
Auto reset
T31
T32
KM
T33
Feedback loop
To set the safety outputs in the ON state, the signal
input to T32 must change from the OFF state to the
Manual reset
ON state, and then to the OFF state. Otherwise the
safety outputs cannot be in the ON state.
A logical AND connection means that one unit (Unit
A) outputs a safety signal “a” to a subsequent unit
(Unit B) and Unit B calculates the logical AND (i.e.,
outputs the AND) of the signal “a” and safety signal
“b”, which is input to Unit B.
Thereby the logic of the safety output “b” is output.)
To set the safety outputs of the subsequent Unit in
the ON state, its logical AND connection preset
switch must be set to AND (enable) and the high
signal must be input to T41 of the subsequent unit.
Y1
+24 V
+24 V
Using safety input 2 system
(with short-circuit monitoring
between systems)
Reset
Switch
KM +24 V
T31
T32
T33
Input a
Unit A
Logical AND
T41, T42
connection input
+24 V
G9SX-NS/NSA
Output (a) L1 A2
Unit B
Logical AND connection sig.
(1st layer)
Input b
T41 T42
G9SX-NS/NSA
Output (a&b) L1 A2
Next unit (4 unit max.)
T41 T42
G9SX-NS/NSA
Logical AND connection sig.
(2nd layer)
Next unit (4 unit max.)
T41 T42
G9SX-NS/NSA
L1 A2
Next unit (5 layers max.)
Y1
Selects the mode for the failure detecting (cross
Whether Y1 is connected depends on whether the T11 and
fault detecting) function for the safety inputs of
T21 terminals are used.
G9SX corresponding to the connection of the cross
Refer to wiring information for safety inputs 1 and 2.
fault detection input.
S14, S24
Turns ON/OFF according to the state of the safety
inputs, feedback/reset inputs, and logical AND
connection inputs.
During OFF-delay state, the Instantaneous safety
outputs are not able to turn ON.
OFF-delayed
safety output
S44, S54
OFF-delayed safety outputs.
The OFF-delay time is set by the OFF-delay preset
switch.
Keep these outputs open when not used.
When the delay time is set to zero, these outputs
can be used as non-delay outputs.
Logical AND
connection
output
L1
Outputs a signal of the same logic and at the same
Keep these outputs open when not used.
time as the instantaneous safety outputs.
Auxiliary
monitor output
X1
Outputs a signal of the same logic and at the same
Keep these outputs open when not used.
time as the instantaneous safety outputs.
Auxiliary error
output
X2
Outputs when the error indicator is lit or flashing.
Cross fault
detection input
Instantaneous
safety output
Keep these outputs open when not used.
Keep these outputs open when not used.
Connecting Safety Sensors
Safety sensors cannot be connected to safety inputs for the [email protected]
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Operation
Functions
Logical AND Connection
Connecting Expansion Units
A logical AND connection means that the G9SX outputs a safety
signal “a” to another G9SX, and that G9SX creates the logical AND of
safety signal “a” and safety signal “b.” The safety output of the
[email protected] with the logical AND connection shown in the
following diagram is “a” AND “b.”
a
b
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a
• The G9SX-EX and G9SX-EX-T Expansion Units can be connected
to a [email protected] Non-contact Door Switch Controller to
increase the number of safety outputs. (They cannot be connected
to a [email protected])
• A maximum of five Expansion Units can be connected to one
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instantaneous models and G9SX-EX-T OFF-delayed models.
• Remove the terminating connector from the receptacle on
[email protected] and insert the Expansion Unit cable
connector into the receptacle. Insert the terminating connector into
the receptacle on the Expansion Unit at the very end (rightmost).
• When Expansion Units are connected to a Controller, make sure
that power is supplied to every Expansion Unit. (Refer to the
following diagram for actual Expansion Unit connection.)
a (AND) b
This is illustrated using the application in the following diagram as an
example. The equipment here has two hazards identified as Robot 1
and Robot 2, and it is equipped with Non-contact Door Switches and
an emergency stop button as safety measures. If the door to Robot 2
is opened, only Robot 2 is stopped (i.e., a partial stop). If the door to
Robot 1 is opened or the emergency stop button is pressed, both
Robot 1 and Robot 2 stop (i.e., a complete stop).
The actual situation using a G9SX for this application is shown in this
example.
Terminating
connector
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Expansion Unit
Note: The logical AND setting on the [email protected] must be set to
AND (enabled).
Non-contact Door Switch 2
Non-contact Door Switch 1
Emergency stop button
Robot 2
Robot 1
Emergency
stop switch * D40A
D40A
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Robot 1
Robot 2
* A manual reset is required when an emergency stop is used.
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Setting Procedure
1. Cross Fault Detection ([email protected])
Set the cross fault detection mode for safety inputs by shorting Y1
to 24 V or leaving it open.
When cross fault detection is set to ON, short-circuit failures are
detected between safety inputs T11-T12 and T21-22. When a
cross fault is detected, the following will occur.
(1) The safety outputs and logical AND outputs lock out.
(2) The LED error indicator is lit.
(3) The error output (auxiliary output) turns ON.
Cross fault
detection
3. Setting Logical AND Connection ([email protected]/
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When connecting two or more Non-contact Door Switch
Controllers by logical AND connection, set the logical AND
connection preset switch on the Controller that is on the input side
(Unit B in the following diagram) to AND. The default setting of the
logical AND connection preset switch is set to OFF.
Unit A
AND
Wiring
L1
A2
T41
T42
OFF
+24 V
AND
OFF
Using safety input 1
system
Unit B
+24 V
T11
T12
T21
T22
Y1
OFF
+24 V
Note: A setting error will occur and Unit B will lock out if the logical
AND setting switch on the Unit B is set to OFF.
+24 V
4. Setting the OFF-delay Time ([email protected])
+24 V
T11
T12
T21
T22
Y1
Using safety input 2
system
The OFF-delay preset time on [email protected] is set from
the OFF-delay time preset switch (1 each on the front and back of
the Unit).
Normal operation will only occur if both switches are identically set.
An error will occur if the switches are not identically set. The default
setting of the OFF-delay time preset switch is set to 0 s.
Front
ON
T11
T12
T21
T22
Back
Y1
Switch
2. Reset Mode ([email protected]/[email protected])
Set the reset mode using feedback/reset input terminals T31, T32,
and T33.
Auto reset mode is selected when terminal T32 is shorted to 24 V
and manual reset mode is selected when terminal T33 is shorted
to 24 V.
Auto reset mode
Manual reset mode
Switch
Refer to the following illustration for details on setting switch positions.
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KM1
KM2
+24 V
KM1
Reset
switch
KM2
KM3
KM3
KM4
KM4
KM5
KM5
+24 V
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.8 0.91.0
1.2
1.4
1.8
2.0
2.5
0 3.0
OFF-DELAY
Example 1: 0-second
T31
T32
T33
T31
T32
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
Notch
0.8 0.91.0
1.2
1.4
1.8
2.0
2.5
0 3.0
OFF-DELAY
Example 2: 0.8-second
T33
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LED Indicators
G9SX-NS202
G9SXNSA222
G9SX-EX
G9SX-EX-T
Power supply
indicator
❍
❍
❍
❍
Lights while power is supplied.
Orange
Safety input #1
indicator
---
❍
---
---
Lights while a high signal is input to T12.
Flashes when an error relating to safety
input #1 occurs.
T2
Orange
Safety input #2
indicator
---
❍
---
---
Lights while a high signal is input to T22.
Flashes when an error relating to safety
input #2 occurs.
NS
Orange
Non-contact Door
Switch input
indicator
❍
❍
---
---
Lights when the Non-contact Door Switch
input turns ON. Flashes when an error
relating to the Non-contact Door Switch
input occurs.
---
Lights in the following cases:
With automatic reset while a high signal is
input to T33.
With manual reset while a high signal is
input to T32.
Flashes when an error relating to feedback/
reset input occurs.
Marking
Color
PWR
Green
T1
FB
Name
Orange
Feedback/reset
input indicator
❍
❍
---
Function
AND
Orange
Logical AND input
indicator
❍
❍
---
---
Lights while a high signal is input to T41.
Flashes when an error relating to logical
AND connection input occurs.
EI
Orange
Instantaneous
safety output
indicator
❍
❍
❍
---
Lights while the Instantaneous safety
outputs (S14, S24, S34) are in the ON state.
Flashes when an error relating to the
instantaneous safety output occurs.
ED
Orange
OFF-delayed
safety output
indicator
---
❍
---
❍
Lights while OFF-delayed safety outputs
(S44, S54) are in the ON-state.
Flashes when an error relating to
OFF-delayed safety output occurs.
ERR
Red
Error indicator
❍
❍
❍
❍
Lights or flashes when an error occurs.
Reference
---
*
* Refer to “Fault Detection” on the next page for details.
Settings Indication (at Power ON)
Settings for the G9SX can be checked by the orange indicators for approx. 3 seconds after the power is turned ON. During this settings indication
period, the ERR indicator will light, however the auxiliary error output will remain OFF.
Indicator
Item
Setting
position
T1
Cross fault
detection
mode
Y1 terminal
FB
Reset mode
T32 or T33
terminal
AND
Logical AND
connection
input mode
Logical AND
connection
preset switch
Indicator
status
Lit
Not lit
Lit
Not lit
Setting mode
Detection mode
Non-detection mode
Setting status
Y1 = open
Y1 = 24 VDC
Manual reset mode
T33 = 24 VDC
Auto reset mode
T32 = 24 VDC
Lit
Enable logical AND input
AND
Not lit
Disable logical AND input
OFF
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Fault Detection
When the Non-contact Door Switch Controller detects a fault, the ERR indicator and/or other indicators light up or flash to inform the user about
the fault.
Check and take necessary measures referring to the following table, and then re-supply power to the Non-contact Door Switch Controller.
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ERR
indicator
Other
indicator
---
Flashes
T1 flashes
T2 flashes
NS
flashes
Fault
Lights
1. Excessive electromagnetic
disturbance
2. Failure of the internal circuit
Fault involved with safety
input 1
1. Error in the wiring of safety input 1
1. Check the wiring to T11 and T12.
2. Incorrect setting of cross fault
2. Check the wiring to Y1.
detection input
3. Failure of the circuit of safety input 1 3. Replace with a new product.
Fault involved with safety
input 2
1. Error in the wiring of safety input 2
1. Check the wiring to T21 and T22.
2. Incorrect setting of cross fault
2. Check the wiring to Y1.
detection input
3. Failure of the circuit of safety input 2 3. Replace with a new product.
1. Check the wiring to D1 and D2.
Fault involved with
Non-contact Door Switch
input
1. Error in the wiring of Non-contact
Door Switch input
2. Error in the wiring of Non-contact
Door Switch inputs in series
connections.
3. Failure of the internal circuits of
Non-contact Door Switch inputs
4. Failure of the Non-contact Door
Switch
1. Error in the wiring of feedback/reset
input.
2. Failure of the circuit of feedback/
reset input
1. Check the wiring to T31, T32 and T33.
1. Improper feedback signals from
Expansion Unit
2. Abnormal supply voltage to
Expansion Unit
1. Check the connecting cable of Expansion Unit
and the connection of the termination socket.
2. Check the supply voltage to Expansion Unit.
Fault in Expansion Unit
3. Failure of the circuit of safety relay
contact outputs
Fault involved with
instantaneous safety
outputs, logical AND
EI flashes connection outputs, or
auxiliary monitor output
ED
flashes
Check points and measures to take
Fault due to
electromagnetic
disturbance or of internal
circuits.
Fault involved with
feedback/reset inputs
FB
flashes
Expected causes of the fault
Fault involved with
OFF-delayed safety
outputs
1. Check the disturbance level around the G9SX
and the related system.
2. Replace with a new product.
2. Check the wiring to the D40A.
3. Replace with a new product.
4. Replace with a new D40A.
2. Replace with a new product.
Note: Make sure that all Expansion Units' PWR
indicators are lit.
3. Replace with a new product.
1. Error in the wiring of instantaneous
safety outputs
2. Failure of the circuit of instantaneous
safety outputs
3. Error in the wiring of the logical AND
connection output
4. Failure of the circuit of the logical
AND connection output
5. Error in the wiring of the auxiliary
monitor output
6. Impermissible high ambient
temperature
1. Check the wiring to S14 and S24.
1. Error in the wiring of OFF-delayed
safety relay contact outputs
2. Incorrect set values for OFF-delay
time
3. Failure of the circuit of OFF-delayed
safety relay contact outputs
4. Impermissible high ambient
temperature
1. Check the wiring to S44 and S54.
2. Replace with a new product.
3. Check the wiring to L1.
4. Replace with a new product.
5. Check the wiring to X1.
6. Check the ambient temperature and spacing
around the G9SX.
2. Check the settings of the OFF-delay time setting
switch.
3. Replace with a new product.
4. Check the ambient temperature and spacing
around the G9SX.
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ERR
indicator
Other
indicator
Fault
Expected causes of the fault
1. Error in the wiring of the logical AND
connection input
AND
flashes
Fault involved with logical
AND connection input
2. Incorrect setting for the logical AND
connection input
3. Failure of the circuit of the logical
AND connection input
Lights
Supply voltage outside the 1. Supply voltage outside the rated
All
indicators rated value
value
except
PWR flash
Check points and measures to take
1. Check the wiring to T41 and T42.
Note: 1. Make sure that the wiring length for the
T41, T42 terminal is 100 meters or less.
2. Make sure that the logical AND
connection signal is branched for 4 units
or fewer.
2. Confirm the set value of the logical AND
connection preset switch.
3. Replace with a new product.
1. Check the supply voltage to the Units.
When indicators other than the ERR indicator flash, check and take necessary actions referring to the following table.
ERR
Other
indicator indicators
T1
Off
T2
Fault
Expected cause of the fault
The input status between input 1 and
Mismatch between input 1 input 2 is different, due to contact failure
and input 2.
or a short circuit of safety input
flash
device(s) or a wiring fault.
Check points and measures to take
Check the wiring from safety input devices to the
G9SX. Or check the input sequence of safety input
devices. After removing the fault, turn both safety
inputs 1 and 2 to the OFF state.
(Expansion Unit)
ERR
Other
indicator indicators
--Lights
Fault
Fault involved with safety
relay outputs of
Expansion Units
Expected cause of the fault
1. Welding of relay contacts
2. Failure of the internal circuit
Check points and measures to take
Replace with a new product.
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D40A/G9SX-NS
Application Examples
PL/safety category
Model
Stop category
Reset
1
Manual
Non-contact Door Switch D40A
Non-contact Door Switch Controller [email protected] (24 VDC)
PLe/3 equivalent
Note: 1. The above PL is only the evaluation result of the example. The PL must be evaluated in an actual application by the customer after
confirming the usage conditions.
2. The above PL is the evaluation result concerning the guard. The PL for emergency stop switch and other safety functions must be
separately evaluated.
3. Stopping time is required between when an opening of the guard is detected and when the motor M stops. Use after risk assessment to
prevent operators from approaching hazardous areas too closely during this period.
● Application Overview
The S2 monitors the guard, and stop command is sent to the motor controller when the guard is opened.
The power supply to the motor M1 is turned OFF after OFF-delay time.
The power supply to the motor M1 is kept OFF while the guard is opened.
The power supply to the motor M1 is turned ON again when the reset switch S3 is pressed while the guard is closed.
Guard
Actuator
+24 V
KM1
11
Non-contact
Door Switch
S2
Feedback Loop
Motor controller
KM1
NC
KM2
blue
NC
Black
+24 V
Brown
S1
A1
S14
KM2
S3
12
White
•
•
•
•
T11 T12 T21 T22 T31 T32 T33 Y1 D1 D2 D3 D4
NC
NC
AND
T41 T42
OFF
M1
Timing chart
G9SX-NSA222-T03
Emergency stop
switch operation
+24 V
Control circuit
Emergency stop switch S1
Non-contact
Door Switch S2
A2
S14 S24
S44 S54 L1 X1 X2
Reset switch S3
KM1 KM2
PLC etc.
G9SX S14
GND
Motor controller
(Stop command)
S1: Emergency Stop Switch
S2: Non-contact Door Switch
S3: Reset Switch
KM1, KM2: Contactor
M1: 3-phase motor
G9SX S44,S54
KM1, KM2 N.C. contact
KM1, KM2 N.O. contact
Operation command
Rotation of motor
Note: For details on Non-contact Door Switch wiring, refer to pages 17 and 18 or to
the User’s Manual.
OFF-delay time
OFF-delay time
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PL/safety category
Model
Stop category
Reset
1
Auto
Non-contact Door Switch D40A
Non-contact Door Switch Controller [email protected] (24 VDC)
PLe/3 equivalent
Note: 1. The above PL is only the evaluation result of the example. The PL must be evaluated in an actual application by the customer after
confirming the usage conditions.
2. The above PL is the evaluation result concerning the guard 2. The PL for guard 1 and other safety functions must be separately
evaluated.
3. Stopping time is required between when an opening of the guard 2 is detected and when the motor M stops. Use after risk assessment
to prevent operators from approaching hazardous areas too closely during this period.
● Application Overview
•
•
•
•
The S3 monitors the guard 2, and stop command is sent to the motor controller when the guard 2 is opened.
The power supply to the motor M1 is turned OFF after OFF-delay time.
The power supply to the motor M1 is kept OFF while the guard 2 is opened.
The power supply to the motor M1 is turned ON again when the guard 2 is closed.
Guard 1
23
S3
24
Actuator
Feedback Loop
Non-contact
Door Switch
S2
Guard 2
11
S1
Motor controller
KM1
12
KM1
A1
Blue
Black
White
NC
Brown
KM2
open
+24 V
S14
T11 T12 T21 T22 T31 T32 T33 Y1 D1 D2 D3 D4
KM2
NC
NC
AND
T41 T42
OFF
M1
G9SX-NSA222-T03
+24 V
Control circuit
Timing chart
Safety limit switch S1
A2
S14 S24
S44 S54 L1 X1 X2
Limit switch S2
KM1 KM2
PLC etc.
Non-contact
Door Switch S3
GND
Motor controller
(Stop command)
S1: Safety limit switch
S2: Limit switch
S3: Non-contact Door Switch
KM1, KM2: Contactor
M1: 3-phase motor
G9SX S14
G9SX S44, S54
KM1, KM2 N.C. contact
KM1, KM2 N.O. contact
Operation command
Note: For details on Non-contact Door Switch wiring, refer to pages 17 and 18 or
to the User’s Manual.
Rotation of motor
OFF-delay time
OFF-delay time
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PL/safety category
Model
Stop category
Reset
0
Auto
Non-contact Door Switch D40A
Non-contact Door Switch Controller [email protected] (24 VDC)
PLe/3 equivalent
Note: 1. The above PL is only the evaluation result of the example. The PL must be evaluated in an actual application by the customer after
confirming the usage conditions.
2. The above PL is the evaluation result concerning the guard. The PL for emergency stop switch and other safety functions must be
separately evaluated.
● Application Overview
• The S3 monitors the guard, and the power supply to the motor M2 is turned OFF immediately when the guard is opened.
• The power supply to the motor M2 is kept OFF while the guard is opened.
• The power supply to the motor M2 is turned ON again when the guard is closed.
Feedback Loop
11
21
12
22
KM1
KM2
S1
KM1
S2
+24 V
KM2
NC
A1 T11 T12 T21 T22 T31 T32 T33 Y1
M1
G9SX-BC202 (Unit 1)
+24 V
Control circuit
A2
L1 L2
S14 S24
S1: Emergency Stop Switch
S2: Reset Switch
KM1, KM2: Contactor
M1: 3-phase motor
X1 X2
KM1 KM2
PLC etc.
Actuator
Non-contact
Door Switch
S3
Guard
Feedback Loop
Timing chart
KM3
KM4
G9SX-BC202 (Unit 1)
Emergency stop
switch operation
Blue
Brown
Black
+24 V
White
Emergency stop switch S1
+24 V
Reset switch S2
AND
A1 D1 D2 D3 D4 T31 T32 T33
T41
T42
Unit 1 S14, S24
OFF
G9SX-NS202 (Unit 2)
Control circuit
KM1, KM2 N.C. contact
KM1, KM2 N.O. contact
KM3
Logical AND output L1
KM4
A2
S14 S24
L1 X1 X2
KM3 KM4
PLC etc.
Rotation of motor M1
M2
[email protected] (Unit 2)
Logical AND input T41
Non-contact
Door Switch S3
S3: Non-contact Door Switch
KM3, KM4: Contactor
M2: 3-phase motor
Note: For details on Non-contact Door Switch wiring, refer to
pages 17 and 18 or to the User’s Manual.
Unit 2 S14, S24
KM3, KM4 N.C. contact
KM3, KM4 N.O. contact
Rotation of motor M2
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PL/safety category
PLe/3 equivalent
Model
Non-contact Door Switch D40A
Non-contact Door Switch Controller G9SP-N20S (24 VDC)
Stop category
Reset
0
Manual
Note: 1. The above PL is only the evaluation result of the example. The PL must be evaluated in an actual application by the customer after
confirming the usage conditions.
2. The above PL is the evaluation result concerning the guard. The PL for emergency stop switch and other safety functions must be
separately evaluated.
● Application Overview
• The S2 monitors the guard, and the power supply to the motor M1 is turned OFF immediately when the guard is opened.
• The power supply to the motor M1 is kept OFF while the guard is opened.
• The power supply to the motor M1 is turned ON again when the reset switch S3 is pressed while the guard is closed.
G9SP-N20S
V1
Si0
Si1
Si2
Si3
Si4
G1
T0
T1
T2
T3
T4
Si5
V2
G2
24 VDC
Guard
KM1
-NC
11
S1
12
21
22
So1
So0
DC24V
S2
KM2
-NC
KM1
KM2
S3
Black
White
Brown
Blue
GND
S1: Emergency Stop Switch
S2: Non-contact Door Switch (D40A)
S3: Reset Switch
KM1, KM2: Contactor
M1: 3-phase motor
Yellow
GND
PLC etc.
(PNP input)
KM1
KM2
M1
Note: 1. The PL and category that correspond to this circuit example vary depending on the program configured to the G9SP-N20S.
For details, refer to "G9SP Series User's Manual (Cat.No.Z922)".
2. For details on terminal arrangement, refer to "G9SP Series User's Manual (Cat.No.Z922)".
3. Wire auxiliary outputs correctly. Incorrect wiring may lead to a failure of the auxiliary output circuit.
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D40A/G9SX-NS
Safety Precautions
Refer to the “Precautions for All Switches” and “Precautions for All Safety Door Switches”.
Indication and Meaning for Safe Use
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, will result in minor
or moderate injury, or may result in
serious injury or death. Additionally there
may be significant 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.
!WARNING
Serious injury may possibly occur due to breakdown of
safety outputs.
Do not connect loads beyond the rated value to the
safety outputs.
Serious injury may possibly occur due to loss of required
safety functions.
Wire the D40A and G9SX-NS properly so that supply
voltages or voltages for loads do NOT touch the safety
outputs accidentally.
Serious injury may possibly occur due to damage to
safety outputs.
Provide protective circuits against counter-electromotive
force if inductive loads are connected to safety outputs.
Serious injury may possibly occur due to loss of safety
functions.
Use appropriate devices referring to the information
provided below.
The machine may start operating and may result in
serious injury or death.
Do not put the actuator close to the switch when the door
is open.
Control device
Requirements
Emergency stop
switch
Use approved device with direct opening
mechanism complying with IEC/EN 60947-5-1.
Use approved device with direct opening
Safety door switch, mechanism complying with IEC/EN 60947-5-1
Safety limit switch and capable of switching micro loads of 24 VDC,
5 mA.
Non-contact
Door Switch
The G9SX-NS must be used with D40A
Non-contact Door Switches.
Relay with
forcibly guided
contacts
Use approved devices with forcibly guided
contacts complying with EN 50205.
For feedback, use devices with contacts
capable of switching micro loads of 24 VDC,
5 mA.
Contactor
Use contactors with forcibly guided mechanism
to input the signal to the Feedback/Reset input
of the G9SX-NS through the NC contact of the
contactor.
For feedback, use devices with contacts
capable of switching micro loads of 24 VDC,
5 mA.
Failure to open contacts of a contactor cannot
be detected by connecting NC contact of the
contactor without a forcibly guided mechanism
to the Feedback/Reset input.
Other devices
Evaluate whether devices used are appropriate
to satisfy the requirements of the safety
category level.
Precautions for Safe Use
<D40A/[email protected]>
1. Disconnect the G9SX-NS from the power supply when wiring the
D40A.
1. Turn OFF the load power supply before wiring. Failure to do so
may cause electric shock.
2. Devices connected to the product may operate unexpectedly.
2. Do not operate the product in atmospheres containing flammable
or explosive gas. Arcs or heating of relays during switching may
cause fire or explosion.
3. Wire conductors correctly and verify the operation of the product
before using the system in which the product is incorporated.
Incorrect wiring may lead to loss of safety functions.
4. Do not dismantle, repair, or modify the product. Doing so may lead
to loss of safety functions.
<D40A>
5. Auxiliary monitoring outputs are NOT safety outputs. Do not use
auxiliary monitoring outputs as safety outputs. Such incorrect use
will cause loss of safety function of D40A and peripheral devices.
6. After installing the D40A, qualified personnel must confirm the
installation, and must conduct test operations and maintenance.
The qualified personnel must be qualified and authorized to
secure safety at each phases of design, installation, running,
maintenance, and disposal of the system.
7. A qualified person in charge, who is familiar with the machine in
which the D40A is to be installed, must conduct and verify the
installation.
8. Be sure to inspect the D40A daily and every 6 months. Otherwise,
serious injury may possibly occur due to system malfunctions.
9. Connect the D40A to only appropriate components or devices
complying with relevant safety standards corresponding to the
required level of safety category. Conformity to requirements of
the safety category must be determined for the entire system. It is
recommended to consult an authorized certification body
regarding assessment of conformity to the required safety level.
<[email protected]>
10. Use the G9SX within an enclosure with a IP54 degree of
protection or higher according to IEC/EN 60529.
11. Do not apply DC voltages exceeding the rated voltages, nor any
AC voltages to [email protected]
12. Use a DC supply satisfying the requirements given below to
prevent electric shock.
• A DC power supply with double or reinforced insulation, for
example, according to IEC/EN 60950 or EN 50178, or a
transformer according to IEC/EN 61558.
• A DC supply satisfying the requirements for class 2 circuits or
limited voltage/current circuits stated in UL 508.
13. Properly apply the specified voltages to the inputs. Applying
inappropriate voltages may cause the product to fail to perform its
specified function, which could lead to the loss of safety functions
or damages to the product.
14. Auxiliary error outputs and auxiliary monitoring outputs are NOT
safety outputs. Do not use these outputs as safety outputs.
Such incorrect use will cause loss of safety functions of the G9SX
and its relevant system. Also logical AND connection outputs can
only be used for logical AND connections with the [email protected]
15. After installing the [email protected], qualified personnel must confirm
the installation, and must conduct test operations and
maintenance. The qualified personnel must be qualified and
authorized to secure safety at each phases of design, installation,
running, maintenance, and disposal of system.
16. A qualified person in charge, who is familiar with the machine in
which [email protected] is to be installed, must conduct and verify the
installation.
17. Perform daily and 6-month inspections for the [email protected]
Otherwise, the system may fail to work properly, resulting in
serious injury.
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18. Connect to the [email protected] only appropriate components or
devices complying with relevant safety standards corresponding
to the required level of safety category.
Conformity to requirements of safety category must be
determined as an entire system. It is recommended to consult an
authorized certification body regarding assessment of conformity
to the required safety level.
19. OMRON is not responsible for conformity with any safety
standards covering the customer's entire system.
20. Be careful not to have your fingers caught when mounting terminal
blocks.
21. The service life will depend on the switching conditions. Be sure
to check the actual operating conditions using the actual devices,
and make sure that the number of switching operations will not
cause performance problems.
Precautions for Correct Use
<D40A/[email protected]>
1. Handle with Care.
Do not drop the product or expose it to excessive vibration or
mechanical shock. The product may be damaged and may not
function properly.
2. Storage and Operating Conditions
Do not store or use the products under the following conditions.
1. In direct sunlight
2. At ambient temperatures not between −10 and 55°C
3. At relative humidity not between 25% and 85% or under
temperature changes that could causes condensation
4. In corrosive or combustible gases
5 Where subject to vibration or mechanical shock beyond the
rated values
6. Where subject to contact with water, oil, or chemicals
7. In an atmosphere containing excessive dust, saline, or metal
powder
8. Where iron filings or powder may fall on the product
3. D40A is a class A product.In residential areas D40A may cause
radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take
adequate measures to reduce interference.
<D40A>
4. Always use the D40A/G9SX-NS together with the special actuator
and a [email protected] Controller. If you use any other OMRON Safety
Controller, confirm applicability in the manual for the Safety
Controller.
5. Use cables with a length of less than 100 m total to connect D40A
Switches. The supply voltage to D40A may decrease by the
voltage drop depending on the cable or the wiring configuration.
Check the power-supply voltage is in the rated range.
Total wiring length 100 m max.
D1 D2 D3 D4
[email protected]
[email protected]
6. Disconnect the [email protected] from the power supply when replacing
the D40A. Devices connected to the [email protected] may operate
unexpectedly.
7. Adhesion of solvent such as alcohol, thinner, trichlorobenzene or
gasoline on the product should be avoided.
Such solvents make the marking on D40A illegible and cause
deterioration of parts.
8. Do not use the D40A in a magnetic field of 1.5 mT or higher. The
D40A may not function properly.
9. Do not use the D40A in the water or in an environment
continuously exposed to water. Water may penetrate into the
D40A. (The IP67 degree of protection for this switch means that it
has been checked for penetration of water after having been left
in water for a fixed period of time.)
10. Do not use the switch or actuator as a stopper. Protect the switch
and the actuator by installing a stopper. Separate the switch and
the actuator to a distance of 1 mm or more.
11. Install the actuator and switch at an appropriate distance so that
they do not create a gap that provides access to the hazard.
Correct
Incorrect
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12. Where two or more Switches are mounted side-by-side, they must
be no closer than 25 mm.
25 mm min.
13. Check that the machine is stopped whenever the interlocked
guard door is open.
<[email protected]>
19. Mounting
Mount the G9SX-NS to a DIN rail using End Plates (PFP-M, not
included with the product) so that the G9SX-NS does not fall off of
the rails due to vibration or other causes, especially when the
length of DIN railing is short compared to the width of the
[email protected]
20. The following space must be provided around the [email protected] to
enable applying the rated current to the outputs of the [email protected], to ensure sufficient ventilation, and to enable wiring:
1. At least 25 mm between side surfaces of the [email protected]
2. At least 50 mm above the top surface of the [email protected] and
below the bottom surface of the [email protected]
50 mm min.
14. Do not mount the switch and actuator on magnetic materials,
otherwise it may affect the operating distance.
Distance from surface of
magnetic body
Operating distance
0 to 5 mm
Reduce to approx. 90% of
original value.
5 mm or longer
No influence.
15. Tighten all screws to the specified torque by using non-magnetic
M4 screws with a maximum diameter of 7 mm and washer for the
installation of the switch and actuator. After installation and using,
the actuator and switch fixing screws must be coated with tamper
proof varnish or similar
compound. Using anaerobic locking compounds can have a
detrimental effect on the plastic switch case if the compounds
come into contact with the switch case.
Actuator
1.0 N·m
Switch
16. Wiring
1. Use the following to wire to the product.
Stranded wire (flexible wire): 0.2 to 2.5 mm2 (AWG24 to
AWG12)
Solid wire (steel wire): 0.2 to 2.5 mm2 (AWG24 to AWG12)
2. When an auxiliary output is not used, cut off the wiring and
cover it with tape so that it does not contact other terminals.
3. When you use an additional cable of 20m or longer, use a
multiconductor cable to group the white, black, brown, and blue
lines together.
17. Handle cables with care
1. For bending cables, it is recommended to bend them with a
radius of bend no less than six times the cable outer diameter.
2. Do not apply a tensile strength of 50N or greater to the cables.
18. If there is any machine that has a large surge current (e.g.,
amotor) near D40A, connect a surge absorber to D40A between
the blue and the other cables (white, black, brown, and yellow),
respectively.
Suggested surge absorber's specification is as follows:
• Peak pulse power: 600W (10/1000 ms) or more (Per
IEC61000-4-5(surge immunity))
• Breakdown voltage: 27-33V
25 mm min.
25 mm min.
50 mm min.
21. Wiring
1. [email protected] (with Screw Terminals)
• Use the following to wire the [email protected]
Solid wire
(steel wire)
0.2 to 2.5 mm2 (AWG24 to
AWG12)
Stranded wire
(flexible wire)
0.2 to 2.5 mm2 (AWG24 to
AWG12)
• Tighten each screw to the specified torque of 0.5 to 0.6 N·m,
or the [email protected] may malfunction or generate heat.
• Strip the wire for no longer than 7 mm.
2. [email protected] (with Spring-cage Terminals)
• Use the following to wire the [email protected]
Solid wire
(steel wire)
0.2 to 2.5 mm2 (AWG24 to
AWG12)
Stranded wire
(flexible wire)
0.2 to 2.5 mm2 (AWG24 to
AWG12)
• Strip the wire for no longer than 7 mm.
3. Logical AND Connections
• Use VCTF cables or shielded cables for logical AND connect
ions between Units.
22. Connecting [email protected]@ Expansion Units
1. Remove the terminating connector from the connector on the
[email protected] Insert the connector on the connecting
cable of Expansion Unit into the connector on the [email protected]
2. Connect the terminating connector to the connector on the
Expansion Unit at the end position.
When the [email protected] is used without Expansion
Units, leave the terminating connector on the [email protected]
3. Do not remove the terminating connector or connecting cables
of Expansion Units while the system is operating.
4. Before applying the supply voltage, confirm that the connectors
are locked firmly.
5. All of the Expansion Units must be supplied with its specified
voltages within 10 s after the connected [email protected]
is supplied with voltage.
Otherwise, the [email protected] will detect a power
supply error for the Expansion Units.
23. Use cables with a length of less than 100 m total to connect the
safety inputs, feedback/reset inputs, and logical AND connection
inputs and outputs.
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24. Set the time duration of OFF-delay to an appropriate value that
does not cause the loss of safety functions of system.
25. Logical AND connections between Units (Refer to “Functions” on
page 19.)
1. To use logical AND connection inputs, enable the logical AND
connection input for the [email protected] that will receive the inputs.
2. Connect the logical AND connection inputs appropriately to the
logical AND connection outputs of the [email protected]
3. When configuring the safety system, be sure to consider that
the delay of response time caused by logical AND connection
does not degrade the safety functions of the system. (Refer to
“Response Time and Operating Time” on page 12.)
26. To determine safety distance to hazards, take into account the
delay of safety outputs caused by the following time:
1. Response time of safety inputs
2. Response time of D40A Non-contact Door Switch inputs
3. Response time of logical AND connection input
(Refer to “Response Time and Operating Time” on page 12.)
4. Preset OFF-delay time
5. Accuracy of OFF-delay time
27. Start the rest of the system after 5 s or longer has passed since
applying supply voltage to all [email protected] in the system.
28. Be sure to ground the A2 terminal of the power supply to help
prevent malfunctions caused by noise. Also, connect a surge
absorber to each end of the coil on inductive loads to reduce noise
generation. When sharing a power supply with a Light Curtain,
use a DC power supply that will not fail for a momentary power
interruption of 20 ms or less.
29. Devices connected to the G9SX-NS may operate unexpectedly.
When replacing the G9SX-NS, disconnect it from power supply.
30. Adhesion of solvent
Do not allow organic solvents, such as alcohol, thinner,
trichloroethane, or gasoline, to come into contact with the product.
Such solvents make the markings on G9SX-NS illegible and
cause deterioration of parts.
31. Do not mix AC and DC circuits for contact outputs in a single
[email protected]@. When using AC and DC circuits, connect at least
two [email protected]@ Units and use them respectively as dedicated
DC-circuit and AC-circuit contact outputs.
32. Safety Application Controller’s Relay durability depends greatly
on the switching condition. Confirm the actual conditions of
operation in which the Relay will be used in order to make sure the
permissible number of switching operations.
When the accumulated number of operation exceeds its
permissible range, it can cause failure of reset of safety control
circuit. In such case, please replace the Relay or the Safety
Application Controller immediately.
If the Relay or the Safety Application Controller is used
continuously without replacing, then it can lead to loss of safety
function.
Switch and Actuator Operation
Switch and Actuator Mounting Directions
Switch
Switch
Actuator
Actuator
Switch and Actuator Operating Directions
Correct
Correct
Correct
Incorrect
Safety Categories
You can use the D40A with the [email protected] for applications in PLd
and Safety Category 3 environments defined in the EN ISO13849-1
European standard and the ISO 13849-1 international standard.
Compliance was determined using circuit examples specified by
OMRON and may not be applicable to all conditions.
Safety categories are determined for the overall safety control
system. Confirm compliance sufficiently with your application.
Requirements for Safety Category 3 (ISO 13849-1)
1. Connect external input D1-D2 and external output D3-D4 to D40A
Switches.
2. Input two channels for external inputs T11-T12 and T21-T22.
3. Input external inputs T11-T12 and T21-T22 from switches with
direct opening mechanisms. For limit switches, make sure at least
one of the switches has a direct opening mechanism.
4. Input the NC signal from the contactor to T31-T32 for a manual
reset and to T31-T33 for an auto reset. (Refer to “Application
Examples” on page 24)
5. Make sure to connect the A2 terminal to ground.
Approved Standards
<D40A>
• EN ISO 13849-1 PLd/Safety Category 3 (used with [email protected])
• EN 61508 SIL 3 (used with [email protected])
• EN 60947-5-3 (PDF-M) (used with [email protected])
• EN1088
• UL 508
• CAN/CSA C22.2 No.14
• KOSHA certification (excluding connector model)
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Warranty and Application Considerations
Read and Understand this Catalog
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questions or comments.
Warranty and Limitations of Liability
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period if specified) from date of sale by OMRON.
OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING NON-INFRINGEMENT,
MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCTS. ANY BUYER OR USER ACKNOWLEDGES
THAT THE BUYER OR USER ALONE HAS DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS
OF THEIR INTENDED USE. OMRON DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.
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OMRON SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS, OR
COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED ON CONTRACT,
WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR STRICT LIABILITY.
In no event shall the responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the product on which liability is asserted.
IN NO EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR OTHER CLAIMS REGARDING THE PRODUCTS
UNLESS OMRON'S ANALYSIS CONFIRMS THAT THE PRODUCTS WERE PROPERLY HANDLED, STORED, INSTALLED, AND
MAINTAINED AND NOT SUBJECT TO CONTAMINATION, ABUSE, MISUSE, OR INAPPROPRIATE MODIFICATION OR REPAIR.
Application Considerations
SUITABILITY FOR USE
OMRON shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes, or regulations that apply to the combination of products in
the customer's application or use of the products.
Take all necessary steps to determine the suitability of the product for the systems, machines, and equipment with which it will be used.
Know and observe all prohibitions of use applicable to this product.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCTS FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE OR PROPERTY WITHOUT ENSURING
THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE OMRON PRODUCTS ARE
PROPERLY RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM.
Disclaimers
PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance data given in this catalog is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty.
It may represent the result of OMRON's test conditions, and the users must correlate it to actual application requirements. Actual
performance is subject to the OMRON Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
CHANGE IN SPECIFICATIONS
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other reasons. Consult with your
OMRON representative at any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased product.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Dimensions and weights are nominal and are not to be used for manufacturing purposes, even when tolerances are shown.
ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
To convert millimeters into inches, multiply by 0.03937. To convert grams into ounces, multiply by 0.03527.
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