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Color Mark Sensors
E3S-DC/E3NX-CA Series
Color Mark Detection
on Any Type of Packaging
Color Mark Photoelectric Sensor
E3S-DC
. Able to handle
glossy materials
. Able to detect
subtle color differences
. Stable even when lots
change
Color Fiber Amplifier Unit
E3NX-CA
2 | Color Mark Sensors
Food/
Beverage/
Personal Care
Industries
Packaging Comes in a Variety of Designs and Materials
Recently, packaging materials and designs have grown much more diverse,
such as aluminum vapor deposition material to prevent oxidation,
or very colorful packages to attract the attention of consumers.
Cookie
Highly-reflective glossy packaging,
such as aluminum vapor deposition material
Colorful packaging where there is little difference
in color between the mark and background
Low-reflection packaging,
such as film with fine asperities
Business Challenge
If we respond to packaging trends, the number of
false detection with color mark sensors
ors will
increase, reducing productivity...
More and more people working with color mark detection
in the field are calling for the following:
“I want stable detection of aluminum vapor
por deposi
deposition
itionn m
material
atteriial
and other glossy packaging.”
“I want stable detection of colorful packaging with little color difference.”
“I want stable detection of packaging even if the lot changes.”
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NEW
Color Mark Photoelectric Sensor
E3S-DC
OMRON’s New Color Mark Sensors
Offer Stable
Detection
of Both Glossy and
Colorful Packaging.
It therefore does not reduce the operation rates of production facilities.
The Sensors can accurately detect color marks on glossy and colorful packaging, which have been troublesome for conventional systems.
They also help reduce the number of troubleshooting requests made to packaging machine manufacturers—without any decrease in the operation rate due to equipment stoppages caused by
false detection.
NEW
Color Fiber Amplifier Unit
E3NX-CA
4 | Color Mark Sensors
“I want stable detection
of aluminum vapor
deposition material and
other glossy packaging.”
The intensity of the light received by the
Saturated; unable to detect
(Fig. 1)
Sensor
sensor from highly-reflective glossy packaging
Threshold
is too strong, so there is not enough
Existing challenges
Incident level
difference in incident levels to perform color
mark detection (i.e. saturation, Fig. 1).
Glossy packaging
Background Mark
Insufficient; unstable to detect
(Fine adjustment of light intensity (tilt) required)
The angle needs to be finely adjusted to avoid
saturation and allow the sensor to detect the
mark. However, if the sensor is tilted too
(Fig. 2)
Sensor
S
much, detection will become unstable as the
Incident level
Threshold
incident level decreases (Fig. 2).
Glossy packaging
Background Mark
E3S-DC/E3NX-CA
Light Is Received over a
Wide Range: Enough
Even for Glossy Packaging
This allows for the stable detection of glossy aluminum vapor
deposition packaging—simply install the Sensor directly above
e
Follow along to see how the technology works.
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No Saturation Even with 99% Reflective Optical Mirrors
High Dynamic Range (Wide Incident Light Range)
Color Fiber Amplifier Unit (E3NX-CA):
Color Mark Photoelectric Sensor (E3S-DC):
The incident light range in which no
saturation occurs—no adjustment required
The optimal light intensity—with just
two button presses
The included high luminance RGB three-color LED light
The high luminance white LED and Smart Noise Reduction
emitting element drastically improves the light intensity.
technology work together to increase the light intensity and
Meanwhile, Smart Noise Reduction technology in the Fiber
reduce the amount of noise. These have made it possible to
Sensor is applied to reduce the amount of noise, resulting in
expand the light intensity adjustment range for the emitter
a high dynamic range where the Sensor is not saturated
and receiver to 1/100x and 1/3x respectively, resulting in a
even when detecting a mirror surface—without having to
high dynamic range four times that of conventional products.
make any light intensity adjustments.
You can automatically adjust the optimal intensity by just
pressing a button once with a mark and once without it.
Optical mirror
(99% reflectance)
Intensity
decreases
Approx. 1.3x
Aluminum vapor
deposition
material
(67% reflectance)
4x
Constant
intensity
Intensity
increases
Grayscale
(10.1%
reflectance)
(1
(4.5% reflectance)
Conventional
product
E3ZM-V
NEW
Conventional
E3X-DAC-S
product
E3S-DC
E3NX-CA
NEW
* Optical mirror and aluminum vapor deposition material measured at the distance with maximum incident level (13 mm); grayscale measured at the
distance with minimum incident level (7 mm or 13 mm).
Further Information
Stable Detection Even of Tilted Workpieces
Thin and soft wrapping paper tends to be difficult to detect stably due to shifting angles. E3S-DC that has OMRON's original narrow beam and large
optical system and E3NX-CA used with the coaxial Fiber Unit make stable detection possible.
E3ZM-V
NEW
E3S-DC
Lens
Reflected light
Emitted
light
Workpiece
Lens
Reflected light
Emitted
light
Workpiece
Reflected light tends to go
outside the lens due to the angle
of the workpiece, which reduces
an incident level.
The large lens easily gathers
reflected light of the narrow
beam even if the workpiece is
tilted, resulting in no incident
level fluctuation.
Receiver
Receiver
Conventional
product
Coaxial fiber
Emitter
Color Fiber Amplifier Unit:
Receiver
Color Mark Photoelectric Sensor:
60°
Emitter
E32-C91N
Specular
reflected light
The coaxial Fiber Unit E32-C91N has an emission beam that covers a 60° area. Even if the
workpiece is tilted, the Fiber Unit does not receive much of the specular reflected light and
mainly receives diffusion light that carries color information. Therefore it stably detects color
information even if the workpiece has a glossy surface.
6 | Color Mark Sensors
“I want stable detection
of colorful packaging
with little color difference.”
With designs becoming more colorful,
there are times where there is little
difference in color between the color
(Fig. 1)
Existing challenges
mark and the design elements
(background). When color differences
are subtle, the S/N ratio*1 required for
detection cannot be obtained, and the
color mark cannot be detected (Fig. 1).
*1 The ratio of incident levels at which a
workpiece is and is not detected. For
example, if this is 1,000 when detecting the
workpiece and 100 when not detecting the
workpiece, the S/N ratio is 10:1. The higher
the S/N ratio is, the more stable the detection
becomes.
Incident level
Incident level
Background
Mark
E3S-DC/E3NX-CA
Provides a High S/N Ratio to
Detect Subtle Color Differences
Stable detection even of similar colors
rs with only minor
min
nor differences
Follow along to see how the technology works.
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Identifies Even Minor Color Differences
High Power to Achieve
Stable Detection
High S/N Ratio System Design
Three N-Smart Technologies Work Togetherr to
Obtain a High S/N Ratio
High-luminance Light
Emitting Element
Low Noise for
Accurately Capturing
Small Signals
High-Luminance
Device
Light Reception
Algorithm
The high luminance white LED of the Fiber Amplifier Unit, and
the high luminance RGB three-color LEDs and high efficiency
ncy
Smart Noise
Reduction
optical system design of the Photoelectric Sensor deliver high
power. "Smart Noise Reduction" (a light reception algorithm)
hm)
High-speed, High-precision
Signal Processing
and "N-Core" (a high-speed, high-precision IC) work together
ther
to dramatically reduce the effect of noise. Increasing the incident level
High-speed,
High-precision IC
and decreasing noise make it possible to obtain a high S/N
/N ratio even
N-Core
when color differences are subtle.
Color Mark Photoelectric Sensor (E3S-DC):
Conventional
product
E3ZM-V
NEW
Color Fiber Amplifier Unit (E3NX-CA):
Conventional
E3X-DAC-S
product
E3S-DC
E3NX-CA
NEW
S/N ratio
improved
four times
S/N ratio
improved
nine times
Noise
Noise
Incident level
Background Mark
Noise
Noise
Incident level
Incident level
Incident level
Background Mark
Background Mark
Background Mark
Further Information
From Single Wavelengths to
Color Sensing
The wavelength ranges for red, green, and blue are narrow, and combinations with
other colors cannot be detected with RGB single-color light source sensors (Fig. 2). For
the new Color Mark Sensors, the Photoelectric Sensor uses RGB three-color LEDs as the
light source, and the Fiber Sensor uses a white LED that has a broad wavelength range.
Color sensing makes stable detection possible—even for those color combinations
that would be difficult using single wavelengths.
Color Mark Photoelectric Sensor
(E3S-DC):
Three light sources (R, G, and
B) in a single device
Light receiving element
Red light source
Two large optical lenses are
strong against
rattling
Spectral sensitivity
(Fig. 2)
Spectral Sensitivity Characteristics for Red, Green, Blue and White
Red single color light source sensors cannot
B
G
R
detect combinations of blue with green.
*2. Based on degree to which brightness is felt for
White
each wavelength when detecting light
Ultraviolet light
Infrared
ared light
Wavelength
*2
Color Fiber Amplifier Unit (E3NX-CA):
White LED light emitting
mitting element &
RGB matrix light receiving
eceiving element
High lumin
luminance white LED light emitting element
LEDs with na
narrow light Fiber
regions
emitting reg
improve the efficiency
coupling with
of optical co
fiber.
Light emission power: 2x
LED power: 1.1x
LED
Patented
Highly sensitive RGB matrixx light receiving element
Detects all RGB wavelengths
included in light reflected from the
workpiece.
Blue light source
Green light source
Half mirror
Lens attachment
8 | Color Mark Sensors
“I want stable detection
of packaging even if
the lot changes.”
Lot C
Lot A
There are cases where colors of
Existing challenges
packaging materials vary from lot to lot.
Incident level
False detection by
exceeding set threshold
If the parameters are not changed, this
could result in equipment stoppage
caused by false detection. In such a case
it can be difficult to determine the cause
of the problem—resulting in time lost
Set threshold
due to troubleshooting and a notable
decrease in productivity.
Background Mark Background Mark Background Mark
Lot A
Lot B
Lot C
E3S-DC/E3NX-CA
Visualization of Variation in
Colors Printed on Packaging
Makes Troubleshooting
Easier
Allowing support of
R: 1780
G: 1570
B: 580
packaging printing color
variation, and helping to
reduce downtime
R: 2350
G: 2080
B: 830
Follow along to see how
the technology works.
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Visualization of Color Variation
RGB Data Transmission Function
RGB information for color marks and backgrounds for each lot is transmitted to a host and quantified. This information is
then managed in a database, making it possible to set optimal thresholds and identify causes quickly if a problem occurs.
During commissioning
During maintenance
Until now, setting the threshold during commissioning required the knowledge of an expert. Now it is
possible to get the optimal setting just by registering the RGB ratio of the packaging.
When the Sensor makes false detection, values can be checked to determine whether color variation from
lot to lot in packaging material has occurred, making it easy to identify what has caused a problem and to
then resolve it.
Database
HMI
Computer network
Controller (PLC)
Fieldbus network
I/O data: 0.2 ms
Present value data: 1 ms
Sen
Sensor
Communications
Unit
E3NW-ECT
E3N
NX Series
IO-Link
Master Unit
NX-ILM400
Meets COM3
(230.4 kbps)
IO-Link standards
I/O data and
present value data: 5 ms
Transmits RGB
information
(from 0 to 4,095)
to the host
Distributed
ed
Sensor Unit
E3NW-DS
DS
Color Fiber Amplifier Unit E3NX-CA
Color Mark Photoelectric Sensor E3S-DC
Color Fiber Amplifier Unit (E3NX-CA):
Color Mark Photoelectric Sensor (E3S-DC):
Data transmission via IO-Link
To be supported
in July 2016
Transmits RGB
information
(from 0 to 9,999)
to the host
Data transmission via EtherCAT
Further Information
Test Parameter Support Function *1
The test parameter support function allows users to determine whether or not detection is possible for designs in the prototyping stage. Package designers
and production engineers use quantified RGB digital data to discuss the designs, which allows them to reach a quick decision on which design to use—and
helps shorten lead times from design to production line commissioning.
Examine values that can be detected based on RGB data, then provide feedback on the design.
The mark can be detected
if the G value is 1970, right?
Cookie
RGB quantitative
value database
Quantify RGB data
R: 2040
G: 2040
B: 1930
Changing this color
will be okay, since the
design won't suffer!
Production
engineer
Modify by changing the G value
R: 2040
G: 1970
B: 1930
Designer
*1 Made possible through using a function that transmits RGB data via IO-Link (for E3S-DS) or EtherCAT (for E3NX-CA)
to build a system that covers everything from Sensors to the computer network.
MEMO
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Color Mark Photoelectric Sensor
E3S-DC
Color Mark Detection on Any Type of
Packaging.
Narrow Beam and Large Lens for Stable
Detection of Workpieces Tilted at
Various Angles.
• Detects subtle color differences.
High luminance, three-element (RGB) LED light source for
greater light intensity. Highly efficient optics technology provides
high power and enables stable detection even of subtle color
differences.
• Handles glossy workpieces.
Thorough noise reduction.
High dynamic range covers everything from black to mirror
surfaces.
• IoT compatible.
Models that support IO-Link also available.
Sends RGB information to host with high-speed IO-Link
communications.
Optimum threshold set to reduce false detection.
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
Refer to Safety Precautions on page 17.
Ordering Information
Sensors (Refer to Dimensions on page 18.)
Sensing method
Appearance
Red light, Green light, Blue light
Connection
method
Sensing distance
Output
Model
Baud rate *
E3S-DCP21-IL2
COM2
E3S-DCP21-IL3
COM3
Push-pull
Diffuse-reflective
(mark detection)
M12 connector
10±3 mm
NPN
E3S-DCN21
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Note: Download the IO-Link setup file (IODD file) from your OMRON website.
* Refer to Ratings and Specifications on page 13 for the baud rate.
Accessories (Sold Separately)
Sensor I/O Connectors (Required for a Sensor with a connector.)
Connectors are not provided with the Sensors. Be sure to order a Connector separately.
Size
Type
Appearance
Cable length
Straight
Socket on one
cable end
M12
Socket and plug on
cable ends *1
L-shape
*2
Model
2m
XS2F-D421-D80-F
5m
XS2F-D421-G80-F
2m
XS2F-D422-D80-F
5m
XS2F-D422-G80-F
Smartclick connector
Straight/straight
2m
XS5W-D421-D81-F
5m
XS5W-D421-G81-F
Smartclick connector
L-shape/L-shape
2m
XS5W-D422-D81-F
5m
XS5W-D422-G81-F
*2
Note: 1. Refer to Sensor I/O Connectors/Sensor Controllers on your OMRON website for details.
The XS2W (Socket and Plug on Cable Ends) and XS5F (Socket on One Cable End) are also available.
2. The connectors will not rotate after they are connected.
*1. There are also straight type/L-shape type combinations available.
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E3S-DC
Ratings and Specifications
Sensing method
Diffuse-reflective (mark detection)
Output
Item
Push-pull
Model
E3S-DCP21-IL2
NPN
E3S-DCP21-IL3
E3S-DCN21
Sensing distance
10 ±3 mm (White paper 10 ×10 mm)
Spot size (reference value)
1 × 4 mm
Light source (wavelength)
Red LED (635 nm), Green LED (525 nm), Blue LED (465 nm)
Power supply voltage
10 to 30 VDC±10% (Ripple (p-p) 10% max.)
Power consumption
960 mW max. (Reference: Power supply voltage 24 V, Current consumption 40 mA max.)
Control output
Load current: 100 mA max. (30 VDC max.)
Indications
Operation indicator (orange), RUN indicator (green),
7-segment indicator (white), Key lock indicator (white),
Timer indicator (white), 1-point teaching mode indicator (white)
Operation mode
High when mark is detected.
Protection circuits
Power supply reverse polarity protection, output short-circuit protection and output incorrect
connection protection
Response time
Operate or reset: 50 μs max. for each (2-point teaching mode)
Operate or reset: 150 μs max. for each (1-point teaching mode)
Sensitivity adjustment
Teaching method
Ambient illumination
Incandescent lamp: 3,000 lx max.
Ambient temperature range
Operating: −10 to 55°C; Storage: −25 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operation: 35% to 85%, Storage: 35% to 95% (with no condensation)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Vibration resistance
Destruction: 10 to 55 Hz with double amplitude of 1.5 mm for 2 hours each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance
Destruction: 500 m/s2 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions
Degree of protection
IEC 60529 IP67
Connection method
M12, 4-pin connector
Weight (packed
state/Sensor only) Model with connector
Approx. 370 g/approx. 320 g
Materials
Case
Diecast zinc (nickel-plated brass)
Lens
Methacrylic resin (PMMA)
Indicators
ABS
Buttons
Elastomers
Connector
Diecast zinc (nickel-plated brass)
Main IO-Link functions
Communication
specifications
Accessories
ON when mark is detected.
• Operation mode switching between NO and NC
• Timer function of the control output and timer time selecting
function (Select a function from disabled, ON delay, OFF delay,
one-shot or ON/OFF delay.) (Select a timer time of 1-5000 ms.)
• Selecting function of ON delay timer time for instability
(0 (disabled)-1000 ms)
• Monitor output function (PD output indicating a relative detection
quantity)
• Energizing time read-out function (unit: h)
• Initialize the settings function “Restore the factory settings”
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IO-Link specification
Version 1.1
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Baud rate
E3S-DCP21-IL3: COM3 (230.4 kbps), E3S-DCP21-IL2: COM2
(38.4 kbps)
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Data length
PD size: 8 bytes, OD size: 1 byte (M-sequence type: TYPE_2_2)
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Minimum cycle time
E3S-DCP21-IL3 (COM3): 1.5 ms, E3S-DCP21-IL2 (COM2): 4.8 ms
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Instruction manual
--* Standard Sensing Object for the Mark Sensor
Color
12
Munsell code
White
N9.5
Red
4R 4.5/12.0
Yellow-red
4YR 6.0/11.5
Yellow
5Y 8.5/11.0
Yellow-green
3GY 6.5/10.0
Green
3G 6.5/9.0
Blue-green
5BG 4.5/10.0
Blue
3PB 5.0/10.0
Blue-purple
9PB 5.0/10.0
Purple
7P 5.0/10.0
Red-purple
6RP 4.5/12.5
(Black)
(N2.0)
E3S-DC
Engineering Data (Reference Value)
Color vs. Detection Capability
E3S-DC
Teaching Capabilities
Yellow
Yellow
Blue
Red
Blue
White Red -red Yellow -green Green -green Blue -purple Purple -purple Black
White
Red
Yellow
-red
Yellow
Yellow
-green
Green
Blue
-green
Blue
Blue
-purple
Purple
Red
-purple
Black
Note: The above chart shows the combinations of colors for which teaching is possible at a sensing distance of 10 mm.
Detectable Ranges
E3S-DC
Background color: Red
Teaching distance: 10 mm
Purple
Red-purple
Black
Black
Black
Black
White
Black
Red-purple
Purple
Blue-purple
Blue
Green
Blue-green
Yellow-green
Red
Yellow-red
Purple
5.0
White
5.0
Purple
6.0
5.0
Red-purple
6.0
Blue
7.0
6.0
Blue-purple
7.0
Green
8.0
7.0
Blue-green
8.0
Yellow
9.0
8.0
Yellow-red
10.0
9.0
Red
10.0
White
Red-purple
11.0
9.0
10.0
Red-purple
11.0
12.0
Blue
12.0
13.0
Blue-purple
13.0
14.0
Blue-green
11.0
14.0
15.0
Yellow
12.0
15.0
Yellow-green
13.0
Detectable range (mm)
Detectable range (mm)
14.0
Blue
Background color: Green
Teaching distance: 10 mm
Background color: Yellow-green
Teaching distance: 10 mm
15.0
Blue-purple
White
Black
Purple
Red-purple
Blue
Blue-purple
Green
Blue-green
Yellow
White
Yellow-green
5.0
Yellow-red
5.0
Black
6.0
5.0
Purple
6.0
Red-purple
7.0
6.0
Blue
7.0
Blue-purple
8.0
7.0
Green
8.0
Blue-green
9.0
8.0
Yellow
9.0
Yellow-green
10.0
9.0
Red
10.0
Green
11.0
10.0
Background color: Yellow
Teaching distance: 10 mm
Detectable range (mm)
12.0
Blue-green
11.0
13.0
Yellow-green
12.0
14.0
Red
11.0
13.0
15.0
Yellow
12.0
14.0
Yellow-red
13.0
15.0
Red
14.0
Background color: Yellow-red
Teaching distance: 10 mm
Detectable range (mm)
Detectable range (mm)
15.0
Yellow-red
Detectable range (mm)
Background color: White
Teaching distance: 10 mm
o
Background color: Blue-purple
Teaching distance: 10 mm
Background color: Blue
Teaching distance: 10 mm
12.0
Purple
Blue
Black
Purple
Red-purple
Blue-green
Blue-purple
Green
Yellow-green
Yellow
Yellow-red
Red
White
5.0
Black
5.0
Red-purple
6.0
5.0
Purple
7.0
6.0
Blue-purple
7.0
6.0
Blue
7.0
Green
8.0
Yellow-green
8.0
Yellow
9.0
8.0
Red
9.0
Yellow-red
10.0
9.0
Blue-green
11.0
10.0
Green
11.0
13.0
Yellow
10.0
12.0
14.0
Yellow-green
11.0
13.0
15.0
Yellow-red
12.0
14.0
Red
13.0
15.0
White
14.0
Detectable range (mm)
Detectable range (mm)
15.0
White
Detectable range (mm)
Background color: Blue-green
Teaching distance: 10 mm
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E3S-DC
Sensing object: White paper
Incident light (%)
Incident light (%)
20
Red
Green
Blue
10
0
10
Sensing object:
Aluminum vapor deposition film
Red
Green
Blue
0
10
10
−20
−20
−30
−30
−40
−40
−50
4
7
10
13
−50
16
4
7
10
Distance (mm)
13
16
Distance (mm)
Angle vs. Incident Characteristics
15
Sensing object: White paper
Red
Green
Blue
10
5
Incident light (%)
E3S-DC
0
Red
Green
Blue
−10
−20
−30
−40
0
−50
−5
−60
−10
−15
−70
−15
−10
−5
−80
0
5
10
15
Angle (°)
Sensing object:
Aluminum vapor deposition film
−15
−10
−5
0
5
10
15
Angle (°)
Purple
Red-purple
Blue
White
Black
Purple
Blue
Blue-purple
Green
Blue-green
Yellow
Yellow-green
Red
White
Black
Blue
Green
Yellow-red
5.0
Red-purple
5.0
Blue-purple
6.0
5.0
Blue-green
6.0
Yellow
7.0
6.0
Yellow-green
7.0
Red
8.0
7.0
Yellow-red
9.0
8.0
White
9.0
8.0
E3S-DC
Incident light (%)
10.0
9.0
Excess Gain vs. Distance
14
11.0
Blue-purple
10.0
12.0
Green
11.0
13.0
Blue-green
10.0
12.0
14.0
Yellow
11.0
13.0
15.0
Yellow-green
12.0
14.0
Red
13.0
15.0
Yellow-red
14.0
Detectable range (mm)
Detectable range (mm)
15.0
Detectable range (mm)
Background color: Black
Teaching distance: 10 mm
Background color: Red-purple
Teaching distance: 10 mm
Background color: Purple
Teaching distance: 10 mm
E3S-DC
I/O Circuit Diagrams
Push-Pull Output
Model
Output mode
NO/NC
setting
*4
Timing chart
Sensing object
Load current
(PNP connection)
Load current
(NPN connection)
OFF
1
HIGH
Black
4
HIGH
ON
White
ON
2
OFF
Blue
3
Sensing object
Brown
1
Black
LOW
C/Q
Mark
Sensing object
Mark
Brown
1
Load
Sensing object
Background
RUN indicator
(Green) (1 sec
cycles Flashing)
Operation indicator Not Lighting
(Orange)
Pin 4 output (NO)
(IO-Link
communications)
LOW
Pin 2 output (NO)
PNP
*3
2
ON
OFF
10 to
30 VDC
EXT/
White OUT2
OFF
0V
+V
Brown
C/Q
Black
1
+V
Lighting
Black
4
4
C/Q
HIGH
White
Background
RUN indicator
(Green) (1 sec
cycles Flashing)
Operation indicator Lighting
(Orange)
Pin 4 output (NC)
(IO-Link
communications)
HIGH
Pin 2 output (NC)
NC
NPN
*2
LOW
3
IO-Link mode
(Pin 2 Output
Settings)
+V
Not Lighting
Blue
NO *5
0V
Load
ON
PNP *3
Load
Load current
(PNP connection)
Load current
(NPN connection)
External 10 to
input
30 VDC
EXT/
OUT2
Load
HIGH
C/Q
(set for IO-Link)
4
Pin 2 output (NC)
NPN
*2
Using Pin 2 with a control output *1
Mark
Background
Lighting
RUN indicator
(Green)
Operation indicator Lighting
(Orange)
Pin 4 output (NC) HIGH
NC
E3S-DCP21-IL2
E3S-DCP21-IL3
+V
Load
LOW
Brown
Lighting
Load
Standard I/O
mode
(SIO mode)
(Pin 2 Output
Settings)
Pin 2 output (NO)
Using Pin 2 as an external input *1
(enabled by default)
Mark
Background
Lighting
RUN indicator
(Green)
Operation indicator Not Lighting
(Orange)
Pin 4 output (NO) LOW
NO *5
Output circuit
2
Blue
3
Not Lighting
EXT/
OUT2 White
2
Blue
0V
3
DI/DO
0V
IO-Link
Master
LOW
*1. Pin 2 input/output can be switched with the IO-Link communication command “Switchpoint Pin 2”.
*2. In case of NPN connection, please connect the load between Pin 1 and Pin 4.
*3. In case of PNP connection, please connect the load between Pin 3 and Pin 4.
*4. It can be switched in IO-Link.
*5. Factory default
Note: You can use IO-Link communications to reverse the operation logic, set an output delay, and change between an input and output.
NPN Output
Model
Timing chart
Output circuit
Brown
Background
Mark
Black
Lighting
RUN indicator
(Green)
Operation indicator Not Lighting
(Orange)
Pin 4 output (NO)
OFF
E3S-DCN21
Load current
+V
Load
Sensing object
1
4
Q
10 to
30 VDC
Lighting
White
ON
2
EXT
External
input
ON
OFF
Blue
3
0V
Plugs (Sensor I/O Connectors)
M12, 4-pin Connector
Terminal number
2
1
3
4
1
2
3
4
Wire color
Brown
White
Blue
Black
Classification
DC
Wire
color
Connector
pin No.
Application
E3S-DCP21-IL2
E3S-DCP21-IL3
E3S-DCN21
Brown

Power supply (+V)
Power supply (+V)
White

External input *
External input
Blue

Power supply (0 V)
Power supply (0 V)
Black

Output C/Q
Control output
* It can be set as the control output with IO-Link.
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E3S-DC
Nomenclature
Operation indicator (Orange)
Turns ON when the mark is detected.
(when Pin 4 is set as NO)
7-segment indicator (White)
Displays the BANK No. being selected.
Key lock indicator (White)
Turns ON when key locksetting is activated.
Timer indicator (White)
Turns ON when timersetting is activated.
RUN indicator (Green)
Turns ON while power is supplied.
Blinks during IO-Link communication.
Setup change
[BANK] button
Changes the BANK setting.
(BANK NO.)
Sensitivity setting (Background)
[BKGD] button
Executes the background teaching.
1-point teaching mode indicator (White)
Turns ON when 1-point teaching mode.
Sensitivity setting (Mark)
[MARK] button
Executes the mark teaching.
Safety Precautions
Be sure to read the precautions for all models in the website at: http://www.ia.omron.com/.
Warning Indications
WARNING
Warning level
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,
malfunction or undesirable effect on product
performance.
Meaning of Product Safety Symbols
General prohibition
Indicates the instructions of unspecified
prohibited action.
Caution, explosion
Indicates the possibility of explosion under
specific conditions.
Caution, fire
Indicates the possibility of fire under specific
conditions.
General caution
Indicates unspecified general alert.
WARNING
This product is not designed or rated for ensuring
safety of persons either directly or indirectly. Do not
use it for such purpose.
Never use the product with an AC power supply.
Otherwise, explosion may result.
Do not use the product with voltage in excess of the
rated voltage.
Excess voltage may result in malfunction or fire.
Be sure to tighten the external lens until it reaches
the chassis.
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Precautions for Safe Use
The following precautions must be observed to ensure safe operation
of the product.
1. Do not install the product in the following locations.
• Locations subject to direct sunlight
• Locations subject to condensation due to high humidity
• Locations subject to corrosive gas
• In the place where vibration or shock is directly transmitted to
the product.
2. Do not use the product in environments subject to flammable or
explosive gases.
3. Do not use the product in any atmosphere or environment that
exceeds the ratings.
4. Do not pull on the cable with excessive strength.
5. Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify the product in
any way.
6. Do not use the product with the main unit damaged.
7. Be sure that before making supply the supply voltage is less than
the maximum rated supply voltage (30 VDC).
8. Do not apply any load exceeding the ratings.
9. Do not short the load. Otherwise damage or fire may result.
10. Connect the load correctly.
11. Do not use the product under a chemical or an oil environment
without prior evaluation.
12. Though this is type IP67, do not use in the water, rain or outdoors.
13. Do not use thinner, alcohol, or other organic solvents. Otherwise,
the optical properties and degree of protection may be degraded.
14. When disposing of the product, treat it as industrial waste.
15. These Sensors are certificated for the UL standard on the
assumption of usage in a Class 2 circuit. Use them with Class 2
power supplies in the United States or Canada. Use the OMRON
XS2F-D4-series or XS5F-D4-series Cables. Cables that have
wires less than AWG24 (0.2 mm2) are for connection to terminal
blocks and are not for field splicing. External overcurrent
protection of 1 A for AWG26, 2 A for AWG24, or 3 A for AWG22
wire must be provided for cable protection.
E3S-DC
6. If a commercial switching regulator is used, ground the FG (frame
ground) terminal.
7. The Sensor will be able to detect objects 100 ms after the power
supply is tuned ON. Start using the Sensor 100 ms or more after
turning ON the power supply. If the load and the Sensor are
connected to separate power supplies, be sure to turn ON the
Sensor first.
8. Do not press the button with anything sharp such as a screwdriver
because it might be damaged.
9. Output pulses may occur when the power supply is turned OFF.
We recommend that you turn OFF the power supply to the load
or load line first.
Precautions for Correct Use
1. Note that the water-resistant function is impaired if installing the
Photoelectric Sensor by hitting it with a hammer and so on.
2. Be sure to tighten the external lens until it reaches the chassis.
3. If the Sensor wiring is placed in the same conduits or ducts as
high-voltage or high-power lines, inductive noise may cause
malfunction or damage. Wire the cables separately or use a
shielded cable.
4. To extend a cable in the standard I/O mode, use a cable of 0.3
mm2 or more and keep the length 100 m or less. Keep the length
20 m or less if using the Sensor in the IO-Link mode.
5. Apply a screw tightening torque of 2.0 N·m or less.
(Unit: mm)
Tolerance class IT16 applies to dimensions in this data sheet unless otherwise specified.
Dimensions
Sensors
Diffuse-reflective Models
E3S-DCP21-IL2
E3S-DCP21-IL3
E3S-DCN21
The optical axis can be changed by
swapping the lens and cover.
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16.3
The connector section can be
revolved in a range of 90°.
Two, M5; Depth: 5.5
M12 connector
0.5
When Lens or Cover Is Replaced
Optical axis
53.7 25
15
3.2
15
15.2
0.2
28
Optical axis
3.2
15
3.2
3.2
52
16.8
80.4
24.8 dia. (Outer diameter)
Four, M5; Depth: 5.5
0.2
21
30
4.5
0.2
15
17.7 dia. (lens diameter)
28
56
Note: 1. Apply a screw tightening torque of 2.0 N·m or less.
2. Be sure to tighten the external lens or cover until it reaches the chassis.
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MEMO
18
Color Fiber Amplifier Unit
E3NX-CA
Smart Fiber Amplifier Units with White LEDs.
High Color Discrimination Capability with the Same
Easy Operation as Previous Fiber Amplifier Units.
Existing General-purpose Fiber Units Can Be
Connected.
• Detects subtle color differences.
The new white LED optic system increases the light intensity and
the low-noise circuit in the Smart Fiber Amplifier Unit provides a
surprising detection capability.
• Handles glossy workpieces.
Smart Tuning lets you set the optimum sensitivity for detection
with one simple operation.
• IoT compatible.
The detected RGB data can be displayed on the Amplifier Unit,
and the Amplifier Unit for communications can transfer this data
to the host in realtime.
For the most recent information on models that have been
certified for safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
Refer to Safety Precautions on page 30.
Ordering Information
Fiber Amplifier Units (Refer to Dimensions on pages 31 and 32.)
Type
Appearance
Connecting method
Pre-wired (2 m)
Inputs/outputs
1 output
Model
NPN output
PNP output
E3NX-CA11 2M
E3NX-CA41 2M
E3NX-CA6
E3NX-CA8
E3NX-CA21 2M
E3NX-CA51 2M
Standard models
Wire-saving Connector 1 output
Advanced models
Pre-wired (2 m)
Model for Sensor
Communications
Unit *
Connector for Sensor
Communications Unit
2 outputs + 1
input
---
E3NX-CA0
* A Sensor Communications Unit is required if you want to use the Fiber Amplifier Unit on a network.
Note: Refer to your OMRON website for details on models with wire-saving connectors.
Fiber Units (Refer to Dimensions on page 32.)
Sensing method
Appearance
Sensing direction
Size
Model
Reflective
Right-angle
M6
E32-C91N 2M
Through-beam
(Grooved type)
Array
10 mm
E32-G16 2M
Note: Refer to Fiber Units on your OMRON website or to the Fiber Sensor Best Selection Catalog (Cat. No. E418-E1) for details on Fiber Units.
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E3NX-CA
Accessories (Sold Separately)
Wire-saving Connectors (Required for models for Wire-saving Connectors.) (Refer to Dimensions on page 33.)
Connectors are not provided with the Fiber Amplifier Unit and must be ordered separately. *Protective stickers are provided.
Type
Appearance
Cable length
No. of
conductors
Master
Connector
Applicable Fiber Amplifier
Units
Model
E3X-CN11
3
E3NX-CA6
E3NX-CA8
2m
Slave
Connector
1
E3X-CN12
Note: Models are also available with a 5-m cable. The model names have the suffix 5M. Ask your OMRON representative for delivery times.
Mounting Bracket (Refer to Dimensions on page 33.)
A Mounting Bracket is not provided with the Fiber Amplifier Unit. It must be ordered separately as required.
Appearance
Model
Quantity
E39-L143
1
DIN Tracks (Refer to Dimensions on page 34.)
A DIN Track is not provided with the Fiber Amplifier Unit. It must be ordered separately as required.
Appearance
Type
Model
Shallow type, total length: 1 m
PFP-100N
Shallow type, total length: 0.5 m
PFP-50N
Deep type, total length: 1 m
Quantity
1
PFP-100N2
Note: Refer to PFP- on your OMRON website for details.
End Plate (Refer to Dimensions on page 34.)
Two End Plates are provided with the Sensor Communications Unit.
End Plates are not provided with the Fiber Amplifier Unit. They must be ordered separately as required.
Appearance
Model
PFP-M
Quantity
1
Note: Refer to PFP-M on your OMRON website for details.
Related Products
Sensor Communications Units
Type
Appearance
Model
Sensor Communications
Unit for EtherCAT
E3NW-ECT
Distributed Sensor Unit *
E3NW-DS
Note: Refer to your OMRON website for details.
* The Distributed Sensor Unit can be connected to any of the Sensor Communications Units.
EtherCAT® is a registered trademark and patented technology, licensed by Beckhoff Automation GmbH, Germany.
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E3NX-CA
Ratings and Specifications
Type
Item
I/O
Standard models
Model for Sensor
Communications Unit *1
Advanced models
NPN output
E3NX-CA11
E3NX-CA6
E3NX-CA21
PNP output
E3NX-CA41
E3NX-CA8
E3NX-CA51
Connecting
method
Pre-wired
Wire-saving
Connector
Pre-wired
Outputs
1 output
2 outputs
External input
---
1 input *2
E3NX-CA0
Connector for Sensor
Communications Unit
--- *3
Light source (wavelength)
White LED (420 to 700 nm)
Supply voltage
10 to 30 VDC, including 10% ripple (p-p)
Power consumption *4
At Power Supply Voltage of 24 VDC
Normal mode: 960 mW max. (Current consumption: 65 mA max.)
Eco function ON: 720 mW max. (Current consumption: 30 mA max.)
Eco function LO: 800 mW max. (Current consumption: 33 mA max.)
Control output
Load power supply voltage: 30 VDC max., open-collector
output
Load current: Groups of 1 to 3 Amplifiers: 100 mA max.,
Groups of 4 to 30 Amplifiers: 20 mA max.
Residual voltage: At load current of less than 10 mA: 1 V max.
At load current of 10 to 100 mA: 2 V max.
OFF current: 0.1 mA max.
Supplied from the connector
through the Sensor
Communications Unit.
(
---
)
Indications
7-segment displays (Sub digital display: green, Main digital display: white)
Display direction: Switchable between normal and reversed.
OUT indicator (orange), NO/NC indicator (orange), Smart Tuning indicator (blue), and
OUT selection indicator (orange, only on models with 2 outputs)
Protection circuits
Power supply reverse polarity protection, output short-circuit
protection, and output reverse polarity protection
Sensing method
Contrast Mode: Light intensity discrimination for RGB (initial state/after 2-point tuning)
(R+G+B light intensity discrimination for 1-point tuning)
Color Mode:
RGB ratio discrimination
Power supply reverse polarity
protection
Super-high-speed Mode (SHS) *5 Operate or reset: 50 μs (only in Contrast Mode)
Response
time
High-speed Mode (HS)
Operate or reset: 250 μs
Standard Mode (Stnd)
Operate or reset: 1 ms
Giga-power Mode (GIGA)
Operate or reset: 16 ms
Sensitivity adjustment
Smart Tuning (2-point tuning, full autotuning, or 1-point tuning (1% to 99%)) or manual adjustment
Maximum connectable Units
30 Units
No. of Units
for mutual
interference
prevention
*6
Super-high-speed Mode (SHS) *5
30 Units (When connected to
OMRON NJ-series Unit)
---
High-speed Mode (HS)
10 Units
Standard Mode (Stnd)
10 Units
Giga-power Mode (GIGA)
10 Units
*1. The E3NW-ECT Sensor Communications Unit can be used, but the E3NW-CRT/CCL, E3X-DRT21-S, and E3X-CRT/ECT Sensor
Communications Units cannot be used.
*2. The following details apply to the input.
Contact input (relay or switch)
Non-contact input (transistor)
NPN
ON: Shorted to 0 V (Sourcing current: 2 mA max.).
OFF: Open or shorted to Vcc.
ON: 1.5 V max. (Sourcing current: 2 mA max.)
OFF: Vcc - 1.5 V to Vcc (Leakage current: 0.1 mA max.)
PNP
ON: Shorted to Vcc (Sinking current: 3 mA max.).
OFF: Open or shorted to 0 V.
ON: Vcc - 1.5 V to Vcc (sinking current: 3 mA max.)
OFF: 1.5 V max. (Leakage current: 0.1 mA max.)
*3. Two sensor outputs are allocated in the programmable logic controller (PLC) I/O table.
PLC operation via Communications Unit enables reading detected values and changing settings.
*4. Power consumption
At Power Supply Voltage of 10 to 30 VDC
Normal mode: 1,080 mW max. (Current consumption: 36 mA max. at 30 VDC, 74 mA max. at 10 VDC)
Eco function ON: 840 mW max. (Current consumption: 28 mA max. at 30 VDC, 50mA max. at 10 VDC)
Eco function LO: 930 mW max. (Current consumption: 31 mA max. at 30 VDC, 55 mA max. at 10 VDC)
*5. The mutual interference prevention function is disabled if the detection mode is set to Super-high-speed Mode.
*6. The tuning will not change the number of units.
The least unit count among the mutual interference prevention units of E3NX and E3NC.
Check the mutual interference prevention unit count and response speed of each model.
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E3NX-CA
Type
Item
Standard models
Advanced models
NPN output
E3NX-CA11
E3NX-CA6
E3NX-CA21
PNP output
E3NX-CA41
E3NX-CA8
E3NX-CA51
Connecting
method
Pre-wired
Wire-saving
Connector
Pre-wired
E3NX-CA0
Connector for Sensor
Communications Unit
Operation mode
Contrast Mode: NO (Light-ON) or NC (Dark-ON)
Color Mode: NO (ON for match: ON for same color as registered color) or NC (ON for mismatch: ON for
different color from registered color)
Timer
Select from timer disabled, OFF-delay, ON-delay, one-shot, or ON-delay + OFF-delay timer (Counted
by 0.1 s in a range of 0.1 to 0.5 ms, by 0.5 ms for 0.5 to 5 ms, and by 1 ms for 5 to 9999 ms. Default: 10
ms, Error: 0.1 ms)
Zero reset
Contrast Mode only
Negative values can be displayed. (Threshold level is shifted.)
Resetting settings *7
Select from initial reset (factory defaults), user reset (saved settings), or bank reset.
Eco mode
Select from OFF (digital display lit), Eco ON (digital display not lit), and Eco LO (digital display dimmed).
Functions Bank switching
Power tuning level
Select from banks 1 to 8.
Set from 100 to 9,999. (The RGB maximum incident level at Smart Tuning is adjusted to the power tuning
level.)
Output 2
---
Normal, error output, AND
output, or OR output
---
External input
---
Select from input OFF, tuning, fullauto tuning, emission OFF, bank 1
and 2 switching, bank 1 through 8
switching, or zero reset.
---
Changing the displays
Threshold level and incident level, channel number and incident level, RGB display and incident level,
or bank display and incident level
Ambient illumination
(Receiver side)
Incandescent lamp: 20,000 lx max., Sunlight: 30,000 lx max.
Ambient temperature range
Operating:
Groups of 1 or 2 Amplifier Units: −25 to 55°C,
Groups of 3 to 10 Amplifier Units: −25 to 50°C,
Groups of 11 to 16 Amplifier Units: −25 to 45°C,
Groups of 17 to 30 Amplifier Units: −25 to 40°C
Storage: −30 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation) within the surrounding air temperature range
shown above
Installation environment
Pollution degree 3 (as per IEC 60947-1)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC at 50/60 Hz for 1 minute
Vibration resistance
10 to 55 Hz with a 1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 hours each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance (destruction)
500 m/s2 for 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions
150 m/s2 for 3 times each in X, Y,
and Z directions
Weight (packed state/Sensor only)
Approx. 115 g/
approx. 75 g
Approx. 65 g/approx. 25 g
Materials
Approx. 60g/
approx. 20g
Case
Polycarbonate (PC)
Cover
Polycarbonate (PC)
Cable covering
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
Accessories
Approx. 115 g/approx. 75 g
Instruction manual
*7. The bank is not reset by the user reset function or saved by the user save function.
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Model for Sensor Communications
Unit *1
Operating:
Groups of 1 or 2 Amplifier Units:
0 to 55°C, Groups of 3 to 10
Amplifier Units: 0 to 50°C,
Groups of 11 to 16 Amplifier
Units: 0 to 45°C, Groups of 17 to
30 Amplifier Units: 0 to 40°C
Storage: −30 to 70°C (with no
icing or condensation)
---
E3NX-CA
Sensing Distances
Specifications
Hex-shaped Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Optical axis
diameter
White paper
12-color discrimination
Bending radius
Appearance (mm)
(minimum
of cable (mm)
Aperture
GIGA ST
HS
SHS GIGA ST
HS
SHS sensing object)
angle
(mm)
Type
Sensing
method
Size
Reflective
M6
Model
24
Flexible, R4
60°
90
45
30
13
18
9
6
4
E32-C91N 2M
(0.05 dia.)
M6
Through-beam Models (Grooved Type)
Sensing distance (mm)
Type
Sensing
width
Appearance (mm)
Bending radius
of cable (mm)
Opaque object
GIGA
Array
32
10 mm
ST
HS
Translucent object
SHS GIGA
R5
ST
HS
Model
SHS
E32-G16 2M
10
7
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Installation Information
Installation
Cable
Weight
(packed
state)
Model
Ambient
temperature
Tightening
torque
Mounting
hole
Bending
radius (mm)
Unbendable
length (mm)
Tensile
strength
Sheath
material
Core
material
Emitter/
receiver
differentiation
E32-C91N 2M
–40 to 70°C
0.98 N·m
6.2 +0.5
0 dia.
R4
0
29.4 N
Polyethylene
Plastic
White line on
emitter cable
36 g
E32-G16 2M
–40 to 70°C
0.53 N·m
---
R5
0*
29.4 N
Polyethylene
Plastic
---
51 g
* The bending radius of the protective cover (PVC, 25 mm) is 10 mm min.
Hex-shaped Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Size
Aperture
angle
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
Model
GIGA
Throughbeam
M4
M3
15°
60°
M4
Reflective
M6
M3
Retroreflective for
transparent
object
detection
M6
15°
60°
15°
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed
*2
E32-LT11N 2M (Built-in Lens)
980
510
350
140
190
100
70
44
E32-T11N 2M
300
150
100
45
60
31
21
13
E32-C21N 2M
54
27
18
7
10
5
3.6
2.6
E32-D21N 2M
90
45
30
13
18
9
6
4
E32-LD11N 2M (Built-in Lens)
88
44
29
13
17
8
5
4
E32-C31N 2M
12
6
4
1.8
2.4
1.2
0.8
0.6
E32-C11N 2M
90
45
30
13
18
9
6
4
E32-LR11NP 2M (Built-in
Lens) + E39-RP1 (Reflector,
sold separately)
370
180
120
55
75
37
25
16
*1. These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
*2. The Super-high-speed Mode for 12-color discrimination with a Reflective Sensor or for detection of translucent objects with a Through-beam
Sensor can be set only in Contrast Mode. The Super-high-speed Mode can not be set in Color Mode.
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E3NX-CA
Threaded Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Size
Aperture
angle
60°
Throughbeam
15°
M6
M3
M6
60°
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
Model
E32-T11R 2M
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed
*2
300
150
100
45
60
31
21
13
1,150
600
410
170
230
120
82
52
E32-LT11R 2M (Built-in Lens)
980
510
350
140
190
100
70
44
E32-LD11 2M (Built-in Lens)
92
46
30
13
18
9
6
4
E32-LD11R 2M (Built-in Lens)
88
44
29
13
17
8
5
4
E32-C31 2M
37
18
12
5
7
3.8
2.5
1.8
E32-D11R 2M
90
45
30
13
18
9
6
4
E32-CC200 2M
150
75
50
22
30
15
10
7
E32-LT11 2M (Built-in Lens)
M4
Reflective
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
Cylindrical Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Sensing
direction
Size
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
Model
GIGA
Top-view
Throughbeam
Side-view
1.5 dia.
3 dia.
1.5 dia.
Reflective
Top-view
3 dia.
Superhighspeed
Highspeed
Standard
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed *2
E32-T22B 2M
110
64
37
16
22
12
7
5
E32-T12R 2M
300
150
100
45
60
31
21
13
E32-T14LR 2M
190
100
68
29
38
20
13
8
E32-D22B 2M
17
8
6
2.4
3
2
1.2
0.7
E32-D221B 2M
38
20
13
5
7
4
3
1.7
E32-D32L 2M
85
44
30
12
17
8
6
3.7
Flat Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Sensing
direction
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
Model
GIGA
Throughbeam
Reflective
Standard
Highspeed
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
Superhighspeed
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed *2
Flat-view
E32-LT35Z 2M (Built-in Lens)
360
190
130
55
73
38
26
16
Top-view
E32-T15XR 2M
300
150
100
45
60
31
21
13
Side-view
E32-T15YR 2M
190
100
68
29
38
20
13
8
Flat-view
E32-T15ZR 2M
190
100
68
29
38
20
13
8
Top-view
E32-D15XR 2M
90
45
30
13
18
9
6
4
Side-view
E32-D15YR 2M
21
10
7
3.1
4.2
2.1
1.4
1
Flat-view
E32-D15ZR 2M
21
10
7
3.1
4.2
2.1
1.4
1
Sleeve Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Throughbeam
Reflective
Sensing
direction
Top-view
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
Model
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed *2
E32-TC200BR 2M
300
150
100
45
60
31
21
13
E32-DC200BR 2M
90
45
30
13
18
9
6
4
*1. These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
*2. The Super-high-speed Mode for 12-color discrimination with a Reflective Sensor or for detection of translucent objects with a Through-beam
Sensor can be set only in Contrast Mode. The Super-high-speed Mode can not be set in Color Mode.
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E3NX-CA
Small-spot, Reflective Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Type
Spot
diameter
Center
distance
(mm)
Model
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
Superhighspeed
GIGA
Superhigh-speed
*2
Highspeed
Standard
Integrated lens,
long-distance,
small-spot
6 dia.
50
E32-L15 2M
Spot diameter of 6 mm at 50 mm.
Sensing distance of 40 to 100 mm.
Spot diameter of
Spot diameter of 6 mm at 50 mm. 6 mm at 50 mm.
Sensing distance of 40 to 85 mm. Sensing distance
of 40 to 60 mm.
Parallel light
4 dia.
0 to 20
E32-C31 2M
+ E39-F3C
Spot diameter of 4 mm at 0 to 20 mm.
Spot diameter of 4 mm at 1 to 9
mm. *3
7
E32-C31 2M
+ E39-F3A-5
Spot diameter of 0.5 mm at 7
mm.
---
17
E32-C31 2M
+ E39-F3B
Spot diameter of 0.5 mm at 17
mm.
---
50
E32-CC200 2M
Spot diameter of 3 mm at 50 mm.
+ E39-F18
Reflective
0.5 dia.
Small-spot
3 dia.
Spot diameter of 0.5
mm at 7 mm. *3
-----
--Spot diameter of 3
mm at 50 mm. *3
---
---
High-power Beam Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Throughbeam
Sensing
direction
Aperture
angle
Model
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
Superhighspeed
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed *2
Top-view
10°
E32-T17L 10M
8,570
200
130
59
1,710
40
27
17
Side-view
30°
E32-T14 2M
1,910
990
680
290
380
190
130
87
Right-angle
12°
E32-T11N 2M
+E39-F1
1,470
760
520
220
290
150
100
66
Top-view
12°
E32-T11R 2M
+E39-F1
1,470
760
520
220
290
150
100
66
Side-view
60°
E32-T11R 2M
+E39-F2
180
98
67
28
37
19
13
8
Top-view
12°
E32-T11 2M
+E39-F1
2,430
1,260
860
360
480
250
170
110
Side-view
60°
E32-T11 2M
+E39-F2
310
160
110
47
62
32
22
14
Top-view
12°
E32-T61-S 2M
+E39-F1
1,080
560
380
160
210
110
76
49
Side-view
60°
E32-T61-S 2M
+E39-F2
130
72
49
21
27
14
9
6
Narrow View Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Sensing
direction
Aperture
angle
Model
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
GIGA
Throughbeam
Side-view
4°
Standard
Highspeed
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
Superhighspeed
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed *2
E32-T24S 2M
750
380
260
110
150
77
53
34
E32-T22S 2M
1,070
550
380
160
210
110
76
48
Chemical-resistant, Oil-resistant Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Type
Sensing
direction
Model
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
GIGA
Throughbeam
Chemical/oil
resistant
Chemical/oilresistant at 150°C
Reflective
Chemical/oil
resistant
Chemical-resistant
cable
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed *2
E32-T12F 2M
1,710
880
600
260
340
170
120
78
E32-T11F 2M
250
130
91
39
51
26
18
11
Side-view
E32-T14F 2M
210
110
76
32
42
22
15
9
Top-view
E32-T51F 2M
770
400
270
110
150
80
54
35
E32-D12F 2M
49
24
16
7
9
5
3
2.4
E32-D11U 2M
90
45
30
13
18
9
6
4
Top-view
Top-view
*1. These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
*2. The Super-high-speed Mode for 12-color discrimination with a Reflective Sensor or for detection of translucent objects with a Through-beam
Sensor can be set only in Contrast Mode. The Super-high-speed Mode can not be set in Color Mode.
*3. The sensing distances are given for Contrast Mode. The sensing distance cannot be set in Color Mode.
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E3NX-CA
Bending-resistant Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Size
Model
1.5 dia.
Throughbeam
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed *2
5
E32-T22B 2M
110
64
37
16
22
12
7
M3
E32-T21 2M
100
57
33
14
20
11
6
4
M4
E32-T11 2M
380
200
130
58
77
40
27
17
Square
E32-T25XB 2M
77
43
25
10
15
8
5
3.3
1.5 dia.
E32-D22B 2M
17
8
6
2.4
3
2
1.2
0.7
E32-D21 2M
17
8
6
2.4
3.4
1.8
1.2
0.7
3 dia.
E32-D221B 2M
38
20
13
5
7
4
3
1.7
M4
E32-D21B 2M
38
20
13
5
7
4
2.7
1.7
M6
E32-D11 2M
90
45
30
13
18
9
6
4
E32-D25XB 2M
27
14
9
3.9
5
3
2
1.2
M3
Reflective
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
Square
Heat-resistant Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Throughbeam
Reflective
Heat-resistant
temperature
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
Model
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed *2
19
150°
E32-T51 2M
420
220
150
65
85
44
30
200°
E32-T81R-S 2M
150
80
54
23
30
16
10
7
350°
E32-T61-S 2M
250
130
91
39
51
26
18
11
150°
E32-D51 2M
120
60
40
17
24
12
8
5
200°
E32-D81R-S 2M
42
21
14
6
8
4.3
2.9
1.9
350°
E32-D61-S 2M
42
21
14
6
8
4
2.9
1.9
400°
E32-D73-S 2M
28
14
9
4
5
2.9
1.9
1.3
Area Detection Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Throughbeam
Reflective
Sensing
width
Type
Array
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed *2
E32-T16PR 2M
480
250
170
73
96
50
34
21
E32-T16JR 2M
410
210
140
63
83
43
29
19
30 mm
E32-T16WR 2M
730
210
140
63
140
43
29
19
11 mm
E32-D36P1 2M
75
37
25
11
15
7
5
3.3
11 mm
Area
Model
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
Vacuum-resistant Models
Sensing distance (mm)
Sensing
method
Type
Heat-resistant
temperature
Model
Reflective: White paper,
Through-beam: Opaque object
GIGA
Throughbeam
Vacuum
side
120°
200°
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed
Reflective: 12-color discrimination,
Through-beam: Translucent object *1
GIGA
Standard
Highspeed
Superhighspeed *2
E32-T51V 1M
110
57
39
16
22
11
7
5
E32-T51V 1M+E39-F1V
170
90
61
26
34
18
12
7
E32-T84SV 1M
270
140
97
41
54
28
19
12
*1. These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
*2. The Super-high-speed Mode for 12-color discrimination with a Reflective Sensor or for detection of translucent objects with a Through-beam
Sensor can be set only in Contrast Mode. The Super-high-speed Mode can not be set in Color Mode.
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E3NX-CA
Engineering Data (Reference Value)
Color vs. Detection Capability
E3NX-CA + E32-CC200
White
Red
Yellow/
Yellow/
Blue/
Yellow
Green
red
green
green
Blue
Blue/
Red/
Purple
Black*
purple
purple
(
White
)
Red
Yellow/
red
Yellow
Yellow/
green
Green
Blue/
green
Blue
Blue/
purple
Purple
Red/
purple
Black* (
)
High-speed Mode
Sensing distance: 10 mm (i.e., tuning distance)
: Detection possible, ×: Detection not possible.
* Use Contrast Mode to distinguish between white and black.
E3NX-CA + E32-CC200
5
Sensing distance: 10 mm
(= tuning distance)
0
−5
−10
X
−15
−20
Sensing
object
−25
−40
−30
−20
−10
0
10
Sensing Object Color
Red
Green
Blue
20
30 40
Change in distance X (%)
Change in correlation (%)
Correlation vs. Angle
E3NX-CA + E32-CC200
Change in correlation (%)
Correlation vs. Distance
5
Sensing distance: 10 mm
(= tuning distance)
0
−5
−10
−15
−20
Sensing
object
−25
0
−20 −15 −10 −5
+θ
−θ
5
10
15
Sensing Object Color
Red
Green
Blue
20
Angle of incline θ (°)
Spot Diameter vs. Sensing Distance
Spot Diameter (mm)
E3NX-CA + E32-L15
25
20
15
10
5
0
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150
Distance (mm)
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E3NX-CA
I/O Circuit Diagrams
NPN Output
Operation
mode
Model
NO
(Light-ON)
E3NX-CA11
E3NX-CA21
E3NX-CA6
NC
(Dark-ON)
NO/NC
indicator
Timing chart
Incident light
No incident light
Operation indicator ON
(orange)
OFF
Output
transistor
ON
OFF
Load
Operate
(e.g., relay)
Reset
(Between brown and black)
ON
Output circuit
Displays OUT1 indicator
(orange)
OUT2 indicator (orange)
Brown
Load
Black
Control output 1 Load
Orange
Control output 2 *
Pink
External
input
Blue
Photoelectric Sensor
main
circuits
Incident light
No incident light
Operation indicator ON
(orange)
OFF
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between brown and black)
ON
10 to
30 VDC
* The CA11 and CA6 have only control output 1. These models do not have control output 2 or an external input, so they do not have the OUT2
indicator.
PNP Output
Model
Operation
mode
Timing chart
NO
(Light-ON)
Incident light
No incident light
Operation indicator ON
(orange)
OFF
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between blue and black)
ON
Incident light
No incident light
Operation indicator ON
(orange)
OFF
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between blue and black)
ON
E3NX-CA41
E3NX-CA51
E3NX-CA8
NC
(Dark-ON)
NO/NC
indicator
Output circuit
Displays OUT1 indicator
(orange)
OUT2 indicator (orange)
Brown
External
input
Control
Black output 1
Control
Orange output 2* Load
Pink
Photoelectric Sensor
main
circuits
Blue
10 to
30 VDC
Load
* The CA41 and CA8 have only control output 1. These models do not have control output 2 or an external input, so they do not have the OUT2
indicator.
Note: 1. Timing Charts for Timer Function Settings (T: Set Time)
ON-delay Timer
OFF-delay Timer
Holds the output ON for detection by
Delays the output ON after detection. PLC when the detection time is too
short.
Incident light
No incident light
ON
L-ON
OFF
ON
D-ON
OFF
T
T
Incident light
No incident light
ON
L-ON
OFF
ON
D-ON
OFF
T
T
2. Timing Chart for Control Output (AND or OR) (T: Set Time)
ch1
ON
OFF
ch2
ON
OFF
OUT ON
(AND) OFF
OUT ON
(OR) OFF
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One-shot Timer
ON/OFF-delay Timer
Keeps the output ON for a specified
time regardless of the workpiece size
variations.
Sets both OFF-delay Timer and ONdelay Timer.
Incident light
No incident light
ON
L-ON
OFF
ON
D-ON
OFF
T
T
Incident light
No incident light
Ta
ON
L-ON
OFF
Ta
ON
D-ON
OFF
Tb
Tb
E3NX-CA
Nomenclature
Standard Models
E3NX-CA11/CA41/CA6/CA8
△ NO/NC Button
Used to set the external output polarity.
When NO (normally open) is set, the output is ON when
a workpiece is in the sensing area.
When NC (normally closed) is set, the output is ON when
a workpiece is not in the sensing area.
NO/NC Indicator (Orange)
Indicates the current NO/NC setting status.
OUT Indicator (Orange)
Turns ON when the output is ON.
ST Indicator (Blue)
Turns ON when Smart Tuning is in
progress.
Threshold level
Incident level
(green digital display) (white digital display)
TUNE Button
Executes Smart Tuning.
□MODE Button
Hold down for at least 3 seconds to change between
Detection Mode and Setting Mode.
+-UP/DOWN Button
Used to fine-tune the threshold or change set values.
Advanced Models and Model for Sensor Communications Unit
E3NX-CA21/CA51/CA0
NO/NC Indicator (Orange)
Indicates the current NO/NC setting status.
OUT1 Indicator/OUT2 Indicator (Orange)
Turns ON when OUT1 or OUT2 is ON.
TUNE Button
Executes Smart Tuning.
ST Indicator (Blue)
Turns ON when Smart Tuning
is in progress.
Threshold level
(green digital display)
OUT1 Selection Indicator/OUT2 Selection Indicator
The indicator for the selected output channel is lit.
Incident level
(white digital
display)
△ NO/NC Button
Used to set the external output polarity.
When NO (normally open) is set, the output is ON when a
workpiece is in the sensing area.
When NC (normally closed) is set, the output is ON when
a workpiece is not in the sensing area.
□MODE Button
Hold down for at least 3 seconds to change between Detection Mode and
Setting Mode. Hold down for 1 second to change between OUT1 and OUT2.
+-UP/DOWN Button
Used to fine-tune the threshold or change set values.
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E3NX-CA
Safety Precautions
Be sure to read the precautions for all models in the website at: http://www.ia.omron.com/.
Warning Indications
WARNING
Warning level
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,
malfunction or undesirable effect on product
performance.
Meaning of Product Safety Symbols
General prohibition
Indicates the instructions of unspecified
prohibited action.
Caution, explosion
Indicates the possibility of explosion under
specific conditions.
Caution, fire
Indicates the possibility of fire under specific
conditions.
WARNING
This product is not designed or rated for ensuring
safety of persons either directly or indirectly.
Do not use it for such purposes.
Do not use the product with voltage in excess of the
rated voltage.
Excess voltage may result in malfunction or fire.
Never use the product with an AC power supply.
Otherwise, explosion may result.
Precautions for Safe Use
The following precautions must be observed to ensure safe operation
of the product. Doing so may cause damage or fire.
1. Do not install the product in the following locations.
• Locations subject to direct sunlight
• Locations subject to condensation due to high humidity
• Locations subject to corrosive gas
• Locations subject to vibration or mechanical shocks exceeding the
rated values
• Locations subject to exposure to water, oil, chemicals
• Locations subject to steam
• Locations subject to strong magnetic field or electric field
2. Do not use the product in environments subject to flammable or
explosive gases.
3. Do not use the product in any atmosphere or environment that
exceeds the ratings.
4. To secure the safety of operation and maintenance, do not install
the product close to high-voltage devices and power devices.
5. High-Voltage lines and power lines must be wired separately from
this product. Wiring them together or placing them in the same
duct may cause induction, resulting in malfunction or damage.
6. Do not apply any load exceeding the ratings. Otherwise damage
or fire may result.
7. Do not short the load. Otherwise damage or fire may result.
8. Connect the load correctly.
9. Do not miswire such as the polarity of the power supply.
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10. Do not use the product if the case is damaged.
11. Burn injury may occur. The product surface temperature rises
depending on application conditions, such as the ambient
temperature and the power supply voltage. Attention must be
paid during operation or cleaning.
12. When setting the sensor, be sure to check safety such as by
stopping the equipment.
13. Be sure to turn off the power supply before connecting or
disconnecting wires.
14. Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify the product in
any way.
15. When disposing of the product, treat it as industrial waste.
16. Do not use the Sensor in water, rain, or outdoors.
17. UL Standard Certification
Only the Sensors with the Enhanced UL Certification Mark are
certified by UL. They are intended to be supplied by a "Class 2
circuit". When used in United States and Canada, please use the
same Class 2 source for input and output. The overcurrent
protection current rating is 2 A max. They were evaluated as
Open type and shall be installed within a enclosure.
Precautions for Correct Use
1. Be sure to mount the unit to the DIN track until it clicks.
2. When using the Amplifier Units with Wire-saving Connectors,
attach the protective stickers (provided with E3X-CN-series
Connectors) on the unused power pins to prevent electrical shock
and short circuiting. When using Amplifier Units with Connectors
for Communications Units, attach the protective caps (provided
with E3NW-series Sensor Communications Units).
Amplifier Unit with Wire-saving
Connector
Protective sticker
Power supply
connecting terminals
Amplifier Unit with Connector for
Communications Unit
Protective cap
3. Use an extension cable with a maximum length of 30 m. Be sure
to use a cable of at least 0.3 mm2 for extension. The power
voltage must be 24 to 30 V when connecting Amplifier Units with
extension cable and wire-saving connector.
4. Do not apply the forces on the cable exceeding the following
limits:
Pull: 40 N; torque: 0.1 N·m; pressure: 20 N; bending: 29.4 N
5. Use the E32- Fiber Unit.
6. Do not apply excessive force such as tension, compression or
torsion to the Fiber Amplifier Unit with the Fiber Unit fixed to the
Fiber Amplifier Unit.
7. Always keep the protective cover in place when using the
product. Not doing so may cause malfunction.
8. It may take time until the incident level and measurement value
become stable immediately after the power is turned on
depending on use environment.
9. The product is ready to operate 200 ms after the power supply is
turned ON.
10. The Mobile Console E3X-MC11, E3X-MC11-SV2 and E3XMC11-S cannot be connected.
11. The mutual interference prevention function does not work when
in combination with E3C/E2C/E3X.
12. Excessive incident light cannot be sufficiently handled by the
mutual interference prevention function and may cause
malfunction. To prevent this, set a higher threshold level.
13. The Communication Unit E3X-DRT21-S, E3X-CRT, E3X-ECT
and E3NW cannot be connected.
14. If you notice an abnormal condition such as a strange odor,
extreme heating of the unit, or smoke, immediately stop using the
product, turn off the power, and consult your dealer.
15. Do not use thinner, benzine, acetone, and lamp oil for cleaning.
E3NX-CA
(Unit: mm)
Dimensions
Tolerance class IT16 applies to dimensions in this data sheet unless otherwise specified.
Fiber Amplifier Units
Pre-wired Amplifier Units
E3NX-CA11
E3NX-CA41
E3NX-CA21
E3NX-CA51
E3NX-CA21/CA51
E3NX-CA11/CA41
NO/NC indicator
21.7
4.2
*1. The Mounting Bracket can also be used on side A.
*2. Cable Specifications
OUT2
selection indicator
NO/NC indicator
OUT2 indicator
ST indicator
Outer
No. of
Model
Others
diameter conductors
E3NX-CA11
3
Conductor cross-section:
E3NX-CA41
4.0 dia.
0.2 mm2
E3NX-CA21
Insulator dia.: 0.9 mm
5
E3NX-CA51
ST indicator
27.1
(A) *1
10
6.9
OUT1 indicator
5.2
Incident level
(white, digital)
OUT indicator
Threshold level (green, digital)
Incident level (white, digital)
OUT1
selection indicator
Threshold level (green, digital)
Standalone Product Diagram
With Mounting Bracket Attached
10
5.1
147.1 (max. value with cover open)
170° (max. value with cover open)
104.8
(max. value
with
cover open)
Two,
2.4 dia.
fiber unit
holes
4.5
33.5
(37)
(5.7)
(16.5)
4.9
3.4
*2
5.7
4.8
Fiber Attachment
(E39-F9) attached
(9.4)
20.5
16
12.7
20.5
Optical communications
(20.5)
(37.9)
46.1
71.8
Two, 3.2 dia. (mounting holes)
0.25
1.5
3.4
4.3
71.8
Mounting Bracket (E39-L143) (sold separately)
[SUS304 stainless steel]
4.4
3.4
Mounting Holes
Two, M3 holes
(29.9)
16
16
Amplifier Units with Wire-saving Connectors
E3NX-CA6
E3NX-CA8
*1. The Mounting Bracket can also be used on side A.
*2. Cable Specifications
NO/NC indicator
ST indicator
27.1
21.7
Model
(A) *1
4.2
6.9
10
Outer diameter
E3X-CN12
No. of conductors
2.6 dia.
E3X-CN22
1
2
4.0 dia.
E3X-CN11
3
5.2
OUT indicator
Incident level (white, digital)
Threshold level (green, digital)
13
Standalone Product Diagram
With Mounting Bracket Attached
10
5.1
147.1 (max. value with cover open)
170° (max. value with cover open)
104.8
(max. value
with cover
open)
Two,
2.4 dia.
fiber unit
holes
4.5
5.7
4.8
(37) 33.5 (5.7)
3.4
Fiber Attachment
(E39-F9) attached
(16.5)
4.9
20.5
(9.4)
16
(13)
*2
Wire-saving Connector
(sold separately)
4.3
Optical communications
(75.3)
Mounting Bracket (E39-L143) (sold separately)
[SUS304 stainless steel]
Two, 3.2 dia. (mounting holes)
0.25
1.5
20.5
(24)
(37.9)
3.4
46.1
71.8
4.4
3.4
Mounting Holes
Two, M3 holes
(29.9)
16
16
31
E3NX-CA
Amplifier Unit with Connector for
Sensor Communications Unit
E3NX-CA0
NO/NC indicator
OUT2 selection indicator
21
ST indicator
27.8
OUT2 indicator
5.2
10
6.9
4.2
Incident level (white, digital)
OUT1 indicator
Threshold level (green, digital)
OUT1 selection indicator
13.8
11.5
Mounted to DIN Track
5.1
10
Standalone Product Diagram
140 (max. value with cover open)
152° (max. value with cover open)
104.8
(max. value
with cover
open)
Two,
2.4 dia.
fiber unit
holes (37) 33.5
4.5
5.7
Connector (E3NX-CN30)
(5.7)
(16.5)
4.9
26 (29.9)
3.4
4.8
Fiber Attachment
(E39-F9) attached
20.5
(39.3)
(37.9)
PPE-N DIN Track
(Sold separately.)
90.8
0.25
1.5
3.4
20.5
46.1
71.8
Optical
communications
Fiber Units
Reflective Models
E32-C91N
9.75
(5.6)
9.75
9.75
2,000 (standard length)
(45)
6
Toothed washer (nickel-plated iron)
18 3
Hexagonal nut, Opposite side:10, Thickness: 2.4 (Nickel-plated brass)
Sensing head, M6 × 0.75 (Nickel-plated brass)
2.5 dia.
1 dia. emitter fiber
(PMMA)
Model display
tube
Optical fibers: Two, 2.2 dia.
Sixteen 0.265-dia. receiver fibers
Through-beam Models
(Grooved Type)
E32-G16
10
Sensing surface,
Sixteen, 0.265 dia.
15.9
Cross-section A-A
32
28.4
10
A
2,000 (standard length)
8.4
Mounting Holes
Two, 3.2 dia.
Model display tube
12
Two, M3 holes
A
12±0.1
20
(45)
Sensing head (ABS)
Protective cover (PVC)
7
32
Optical fiber: 2.2 dia.
E3NX-CA
Accessories (Sold Separately)
Wire-saving Connectors
Master Connector
E3X-CN11
+50
2,000
0
Edge of Amplifier Unit
(7)
*
* 4-dia. cable with 3 conductors, Standard cable length: 2 m (Conductor cross-section: 0.2 mm2 (AWG24), Insulator diameter: 1.1 mm)
Slave Connector
E3X-CN12
+50
2,000
0
Edge of Amplifier Unit
(7)
*
* 2.6-dia. cable with 1 conductor, Standard cable length: 2 m (Conductor cross-section: 0.2 mm2 (AWG24), Insulator diameter: 1.1 mm)
Mounting Bracket
E39-L143
34.8
22
16
2.5
(10.3)
3
Mounting Holes
5.3
7.3
Two, M3 holes
26.8
Two, 3.2 dia. holes
3
16
3
7
16±0.1
Four, Radius: 1.7
3.4
10.3 10 max.7
Material: Stainless steel (SUS304)
1
3.4
1
33
E3NX-CA
DIN Tracks
PFP-100N
PFP-50N
7.3±0.15
4.5
35±0.3
15
25
10
25
25
1,000 (500) *
15 (5) *
25
10
27±0.15
1
* Dimensions in parentheses are for the PFP-50N.
Material: Aluminum
PFP-100N2
16
4.5
35±0.3 27
15
25
25
10
25
1,000
10
25
15
11.5
50
M4×8
panhead screw
10
M4 spring washer
4.8
6.2
1
1.3
1.8
35.5
Materials: Iron, zinc plating
34
35.3
1.8
29.2
1
Material: Aluminum
End Plate
PFP-M
24
10
1.5
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