Safety-door Hinge Switch D4NH CSM_D4NH_DS_E_6_1 Compact, Plastic-body Safety-door Hinge Switch Designed for Saving Space in Machines and Other Equipment Note: Contact your sales representative for details on models with safety standard certification. • Lineup includes three contact models with 2NC/1NO and 3NC contact forms in addition to the previous contact forms 1NC/1NO, and 2NC. Models with MBB contacts are also available. • Standardized gold-clad contacts provide high contact reliability. Can be used with both standard loads and microloads. Be sure to read the “Safety Precautions” on page 9. For the most recent information on models that have been certified for safety standards, refer to your OMRON website. Model Number Structure Model Number Legend D4NH-@@@ 1 2 3 1. Conduit size 1: Pg13.5 (1-conduit) 2: G1/2 (1-conduit) 4: M20 (1-conduit) 6: G1/2 (2-conduit) 8: M20 (2-conduit) 2. Built-in Switch A: 1NC/1NO (slow-action) B: 2NC (slow-action) C: 2NC/1NO (slow-action) D: 3NC (slow-action) E: 1NC/1NO (MBB contact) (slow-action) F: 2NC/1NO (MBB contact) (slow-action) 3. Actuator AS:Shaft BC:Arm lever Application Examples (Protective Door Safety Measures) Shaft Actuator Arm Lever Actuator 1 D4NH Ordering Information List of Models Switches : Models with certified direct opening contacts. Consult with your OMRON representative when ordering any models that are not listed in this table. Built-in switch mechanism Actuator Conduit size 1-conduit Shaft 2-conduit 1-conduit Arm lever 2-conduit 1NC/1NO (Slow-action) 2NC (Slow-action) 2NC/1NO (Slow-action) Pg13.5 D4NH-1AAS D4NH-1BAS D4NH-1CAS G1/2 D4NH-2AAS D4NH-2BAS D4NH-2CAS M20 D4NH-4AAS D4NH-4BAS D4NH-4CAS G1/2 D4NH-6AAS D4NH-6BAS D4NH-6CAS M20 D4NH-8AAS D4NH-8BAS D4NH-8CAS Pg13.5 D4NH-1ABC D4NH-1BBC D4NH-1CBC G1/2 D4NH-2ABC D4NH-2BBC D4NH-2CBC M20 D4NH-4ABC D4NH-4BBC D4NH-4CBC G1/2 D4NH-6ABC D4NH-6BBC D4NH-6CBC M20 D4NH-8ABC D4NH-8BBC D4NH-8CBC Built-in switch mechanism Actuator Conduit size 1-conduit Shaft 2-conduit 1-conduit Arm lever 2-conduit 3NC (Slow-action) 1NC/1NO MBB (Slow-action) 2NC/1NO MBB (Slow-action) Pg13.5 D4NH-1DAS D4NH-1EAS D4NH-1FAS G1/2 D4NH-2DAS D4NH-2EAS D4NH-2FAS M20 D4NH-4DAS D4NH-4EAS D4NH-4FAS G1/2 D4NH-6DAS D4NH-6EAS D4NH-6FAS M20 D4NH-8DAS D4NH-8EAS D4NH-8FAS Pg13.5 D4NH-1DBC D4NH-1EBC D4NH-1FBC G1/2 D4NH-2DBC D4NH-2EBC D4NH-2FBC M20 D4NH-4DBC D4NH-4EBC D4NH-4FBC G1/2 D4NH-6DBC D4NH-6EBC D4NH-6FBC M20 D4NH-8DBC D4NH-8EBC D4NH-8FBC Note: All models have slow-action contacts with certified direct opening mechanisms on NC contacts only. 2 D4NH Specifications Standards and EC Directives Certified Standard Ratings Conforms to the following EC Directives: TÜV (EN60947-5-1) • • • • • • Machinery Directive Low Voltage Directive EN50047 EN60204-1 EN ISO 14119 GS-ET-15 Item Certification body UL * CCC (CQC) Utilization category DC-13 3A 0.27 A Rated operating voltage (Ue) 240 V 250 V Note: Use a 10 A fuse type gI or gG that conforms to IEC60269 as a short-circuit protection device. This fuse is not built into the Switch. Certified Standards TÜV SÜD AC-15 Rated operating current (Ie) UL/CSA (UL508, CSA C22.2 No. 14) Standard File No. EN60947-5-1 (certified direct opening) Ask your OMRON representative for information on certified models. UL508, CSA C22.2 No.14 GB14048.5 A300 Rated voltage 120 VAC 240 VAC E76675 2004010305105973 Carry current 10 A Current (A) Make Break 60 6 30 3 Volt-amperes (VA) Make Break 7,200 720 Q300 * Certification for CSA C22.2 No. 14 is authorized by the UL mark. Rated voltage 125 VDC 250 VDC Carry current 2.5 A Current (A) Make Break 0.55 0.55 0.27 0.27 Volt-amperes (VA) Make Break 69 69 Characteristics Degree of protection *1 Durability *2 IP67 (EN60947-5-1) Mechanical 1,000,000 operations min. Electrical 500,000 operations min. (3 A resistive load at 250 VAC) *3 300,000 operations min. (10 A resistive load at 250 VAC) Operating speed 2 to 360°/s Operating frequency 30 operations/minute max. Contact resistance 25 mΩ max. Minimum applicable load *4 1 mA resistive load at 5 VDC (N-level reference value) Rated insulation voltage (Ui) 300 V Rated frequency 50/60 Hz Protection against electric shock Class II (double insulation) Pollution degree (operating environment) 3 (EN60947-5-1) Between terminals of same 2.5 kV polarity Impulse withstand voltage (EN60947-5-1) Between terminals of different polarity Between each terminal and non-current carrying 6 kV metallic parts Insulation resistance 100 MΩ min. 2 × 2 mm min. Contact gap Vibration resistance Shock resistance 4 kV Malfunction 10 to 55 Hz, 0.75 mm single amplitude Destruction 1,000 m/s2 min. Malfunction 300 m/s2 min. Conditional short-circuit current 100 A (EN60947-5-1) Conventional free air thermal current (Ith) 10 A (EN60947-5-1) Ambient operating temperature −30 to 70°C (with no icing) Ambient operating humidity 95% max. Weight Approx. 87 g (D4NH-1AAS) Approx. 97 g (D4NH-1ABC) Note: 1. The above values are initial values. 2. Once the contacts have been used to switch a load, however, they cannot be used to switch smaller loads. The contact surfaces will become rough once they have been used and contact reliability for smaller loads may be reduced. *1. The degree of protection is tested using the method specified by the standard (EN60947-5-1). Confirm that sealing properties are sufficient for the operating conditions and environment beforehand. Although the switch box is protected from dust or water penetration, do not use the D4NH in places where foreign material such as dust, dirt, oil, water, or chemicals may enter through the head. Otherwise, accelerated wear, Switch damage, or malfunctioning may occur. *2. The durability is for an ambient temperature of 5 to 35°C and an ambient humidity of 40% to 70%. For more details, consult your OMRON representative. *3. Do not pass the 3 A, 250 VAC load through more than 2 circuits. *4. This value will vary with the switching frequency, environment, and reliability level. Confirm that correct operation is possible with the actual load beforehand. 3 D4NH Structure and Nomenclature Structure (D4NH-@@BC) Arm Lever The arm lever is mounted upwards in the center position before shipping. To change the position, loosen the arm lever mounting screw, dismount the arm lever, and mount the arm lever in the left or right position. The joint between the shaft and arm lever is formed with form-lock construction which remains secure even when the screw becomes loose. Guard Open Guard Closed Cam Forced separation of NC contacts When opening the guard When the guard is opened, the cam that is directly coupled to the shaft rotates to press the Switch in the direction shown by the (vertical) arrow. This action separates the contacts to stop the machine. Head The head can be mounted in four directions. Built-in Switch The built-in switch has a direct opening mechanism that forcibly separates the NC contact even when there is contact deposit. Conduit A wide variety of conduits is available. Size Box Pg13.5 G1/2 M20 Cover The cover, with a hinge on its lower part, can be opened by removing the screw of the cover, which ensures ease of maintenance and wiring. 1-conduit Yes Yes Yes 2-conduit --Yes Yes Note: The housing and head of the D4NH are made of resin. Use D4BS Safety-door Switches for applications requiring safety door switches of tough, high-sealing, or oil-resistant construction. Contact Form Model Contact Contact form Zb [email protected]@ 1NC/1NO 11 12 33 34 Zb [email protected]@ 2NC 11 12 31 Operating pattern 11-12 33-34 Remarks ON Stroke 11-12 31-32 The terminals 11-12 and 33-34 can be used as unlike poles. ON Stroke 32 Zb [email protected]@ 2NC/1NO 11 12 21 22 33 34 Zb [email protected]@ 3NC 11 12 21 22 31 32 11-12 21-22 33-34 ON Stroke 11-12 21-22 31-32 ON Zb [email protected]@ 1NC/1NO MBB * 11 12 33 34 ON Stroke [email protected]@ 2NC/1NO MBB * 12 21 22 33 34 11-12 21-22 33-34 ON Stroke Only NC contacts 11-12 and 21-22 have a certified direct opening mechanism. The terminals 11-12, 21-22, and 33-34 can be used as unlike poles. Only NC contacts 11-12, 21-22, and 31-32 have a certified direct opening mechanism. Only NC contacts 11-12 have a certified direct opening mechanism. The terminals 11-12 and 33-34 can be used as unlike poles. Zb 11 Only NC contacts 11-12 and 31-32 have a certified direct opening mechanism. The terminals 11-12 and 31-32 can be used as unlike poles. The terminals 11-12, 21-22, and 31-32 can be used as unlike poles. Stroke 11-12 33-34 Only NC contacts 11-12 have a certified direct opening mechanism. Only NC contacts 11-12 and 21-22 have a certified direct opening mechanism. The terminals 11-12, 21-22 and 33-34 can be used as unlike poles. Note: 1. Terminals are numbered according to EN50013. Contact forms are according to EN60947-5-1. 2. MBB (Make Before Break) contacts have an overlapping structure, so that before the normally closed contact (NC) opens, the normally open contact (NO) closes. * MBB (Make Before Break) contacts have an overlapping structure, so that before the normally closed contact (NC) opens, the normally open contact (NO) closes. 4 D4NH Direct Opening Mechanism 1NC/1NO Contact (Slow-action) 2NC Contact (Slow-action) Fixed contact (NC) Fixed contact (NC) Contact spring Movable contact Contact spring Movable contact Plunger Fixed contact (NO) Plunger Return spring Conforms to EN60947-5-1 Direct Opening (Only NC Contact has a direct opening mechanism.) When contact welding occurs, the contacts are separated from each other by the plunger being pushed in. Return spring Conforms to EN60947-5-1 Direct Opening (Both NC Contacts have a direct opening mechanism.) When contact welding occurs, the contacts are separated from each other by the plunger being pushed in. 5 D4NH Dimensions and Operating Characteristics (Unit: mm) Shaft Type with 1 Conduit [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] 11±0.2 20.5 × 20.5 8 Two, 3.2±0.1 dia. 8.5±0.1 dia. Depth: 20 min. 12.5 dia.18 dia. 27.5 18 9±0.2 2.5 Black 55 28±2 (31.5) Red 47±0.2 Two, 3.2±0.1 dia. 20±0.1 22±0.1 7±0.2 21.5 13±0.2 Operating force OF max. Pretravel PT 1 (NC) Pretravel PT 2 (NO) Direct opening travel Direct opening force 0.15 N·m (7°) (MBB: 10°) (19°) (MBB: 5°) DOT min. * 18° DOF min. 1 N·m * Be sure to provide this amount to ensure safety in operation. 2.15±0.05R mounting holes 22±0.2 31max. Conduit cap Two, 4+0.15 dia. holes 0 Depth: 5 14.2 30 Shaft Type with 2 Conduits [email protected] [email protected] 28±2 (31.5) 42±0.1 Red Two, 3.2±0.1 dia. 21.5 11±0.2 40±0.1 20.5 × 20.5 Black 18 2.5 12.5 dia.18 dia. 27.5 9±0.2 Two, 3.2±0.1 dia. 5.4 47 8 8.5±0.1 dia. Depth: 20 min. 39±0.2 Conduit cap 20±0.1 22±0.1 42±0.2 56 max. 20.5 7±0.2 13±0.2 25 dia. Pretravel PT 1 (NC) Pretravel PT 2 (NO) Direct opening travel Direct opening force OF max. 0.15 N·m (7°) (MBB: 10°) (19°) (MBB: 5°) DOT min. * 18° DOF min. 1 N·m * Be sure to provide this amount to ensure safety in operation. Cap 2.15±0.05R mounting holes (3) Operating force 14.2 30 Two, 4+0.15 dia. holes 0 Depth: 5 Note: 1. Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions. 2. Variation occurs in the simultaneity of contact opening/closing operations of 2NC, 2NC/1NO, and 3NC contacts. Check contact operation. 6 D4NH Arm Lever Type with 1 Conduit [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] 16 Operating force 5.1 OF max. Pretravel PT 1 (NC) Pretravel PT 2 (NO) Direct opening travel Direct opening force 43 80±1 Red (26.7) 29±1 20.5×20.5 55 9±0.2 47±0.2 (10.3) (7°) (MBB: 10°) (19°) (MBB: 5°) DOT min. * 18° DOF min. 1 N·m * Be sure to provide this amount to ensure safety in operation. (16.5) Black 18 1.5 0.15 N·m 27.5 2.5 11±0.2 20±0.1 22±0.1 21.5 2.15±0.05R mounting holes Conduit cap 22±0.2 31 max. 14.2 30 Two, 4+0.15 dia. holes 0 Depth: 5 (37.9) Arm Lever Type with 2 Conduits [email protected] [email protected] 16 Operating force 5.1 Pretravel PT 1 (NC) Pretravel PT 2 (NO) Direct opening travel Direct opening force 43 80 (26.7) (10.3) 29±1 Red Black 1.5 OF max. 0.15 N·m (7°) (MBB: 10°) (19°) (MBB: 5°) DOT min. * 18° DOF min. 1 N·m * Be sure to provide this amount to ensure safety in operation. (16.5) 18 2.5 9±0.2 5.4 47 39±0.2 20±0.1 22±0.1 40±0.1 42±0.1 20.5×20.5 11±0.2 27.5 21.5 20.5 25 dia. Cap Conduit cap 42±0.2 56 max. 2.15±0.05R mounting holes (3) 14.2 (37.9) Two, 4+0.15 dia. holes 0 Depth: 5 Note: 1. Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions. 2. Variation occurs in the simultaneity of contact opening/closing operations of 2NC, 2NC/1NO, and 3NC contacts. Check contact operation. 7 D4NH Application Examples of Arm Lever Use (Be sure to evaluate the Switch under actual working conditions after installation.) When Installing at the Center When Installing to the Left When Installing to the Right The arm lever is set for center installation at the time of shipment. Remove the screw and arm lever, position the arm lever to the left, and then secure it with the screw. Remove the screw and arm lever, position the arm lever to the right, and then secure it with the screw. Note: Install the arm lever so that it will not rotate more than 90°. Note: Install the arm lever so that it will not rotate more than 180°. Note: Install the arm lever so that it will not rotate more than 180°. 8 D4NH Safety Precautions Be sure to read the precautions for All Safety Door Switches in the website at:http://www.ia.omron.com/. Indication and Meaning for Safe Use CAUTION Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury or in property damage. Switch Mounting Holes • One-conduit Type 2.5±0.1 Two, M4 20±0.1 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. 22±0.1 47±0.1 −0.05 4 −0.15 dia. Height: 4.8 max. 22±0.1 • Two-conduit Type Two, M4 2.5±0.1 !CAUTION Electric shock may occasionally occur. Do not use metal connectors or metal conduits. 5.35±0.1 20±0.1 22±0.1 40±0.1 42±0.1 39±0.1 Precautions for Safe Use • Do not use the Switch submerged in oil or water, or in locations continuously subject to splashes of oil or water. Doing so may result in oil or water entering the Switch interior. (The IP67 degree of protection specification for the Switch refers to water penetration while the Switch is submersed in water for a specified period of time.) • Always attach the cover after completing wiring and before using the Switch. Also, do not turn ON the Switch with the cover open. Doing so may result in electric shock. • Do not switch circuits for two or more standard loads (250 VAC, 3 A) at the same time. Doing so may adversely affect insulation performance. Precautions for Correct Use 42±0.1 4−0.05 −0.15 dia. Height: 4.8 max. • Mount the shaft or arm lever securely with a one-way screw, or an equivalent so that the shaft or arm lever cannot be easily removed. • Align the rotational center of the shaft with the door, so that the Switch shaft and head will not be subjected to mechanical stress when the door opens or closes. Do not impose a force of 50 N or more on the shaft. Be sure that the arm lever and door are mounted as shown in the following diagram so that the arm lever and head are not subjected to mechanical stress when the door opens or closes. 1 to 3 Mounting Method 1 to 3 Appropriate Tightening Torque 8 to 10 dia. 4.5 to 5 dia. • Loose screws may result in malfunction. Tighten the screws to the specified torques. Terminal screw 0.6 to 0.8 N·m Cover mounting screw 0.5 to 0.7 N·m Head mounting screw 0.5 to 0.6 N·m Arm lever mounting screw 1.6 to 1.8 N·m Body mounting screw 0.5 to 0.7 N·m Connector 1.8 to 2.2 N·m Cap screw 1.3 to 1.7 N·m • When loosening a screw with an electrical screwdriver or similar tool while pressing down on the screw head, do not continue turning the screw past the point where the threads disengage. Doing so may strip the end of the threads. Switch Mounting • Mount the Switch using M4 screws and spring washers and tighten the screws to the specified torque. • To ensure safety, use screws that cannot be easily removed or another means to prevent the Switch and Operation Key from easily being removed. • As shown below, two studs with a maximum height of 4.8 mm and a diameter of 4 −0.05 −0.15 mm can be provided, the studs inserted into the holes on the bottom of the Switch, and the Switch secured at four locations to increase the mounting strength. 9 D4NH Changing the Head Direction Contact Arrangement • By removing the four screws of the head, the mounting direction of the head can be changed. The head can be mounted in four directions. Be sure that no foreign material will enter the head during a change in direction. • Do not insert or remove the Operation Key with the Switch head removed. Doing so may make it impossible to insert the Operation Key. Arm Lever Mounting Position The arm lever is mounted upwards in the center position before shipping. To change the position, loosen the arm lever mounting screw, dismount the arm lever, and mount the arm lever in the left or right position. Wiring • The following diagrams show the contact arrangements used for screw terminal types and connector types. Screw Terminal Type [email protected]@@ (3NC) [email protected]@@ (2NC/1NO) [email protected]@@ (2NC/1NO (MBB)) 11 12 11 12 21 22 21 22 31 32 33 34 [email protected]@@ (2NC) [email protected]@@ (1NC/1NO) [email protected]@@ (1NC/1NO (MBB)) 11 12 11 12 31 32 33 34 Conduit Opening Wiring • When connecting to the terminals via insulating tube and M3.5 crimp terminals, arrange the crimp terminals as shown below so that they do not rise up onto the case or the cover. Applicable lead wire size: AWG20 to AWG18 (0.5 to 0.75 mm2). Use lead wires of an appropriate length, as shown below. Not doing so may result in excess length causing the cover to rise and not fit properly. • Connect a recommended connector to the opening of the conduit and tighten the connector to the specified torque. The case may be damaged if an excessive tightening torque is applied. • Use a cable with a suitable diameter for the connector. • Attach and tighten a conduit cap to the unused conduit opening when wiring. Tighten the conduit cap to the specified torque. The conduit cap is provided with the Switch (2-conduit types). One-conduit Type (3 Poles) AB A 11 12 B C D E C 21 22 D E 33 34 F F 42 mm 33 mm 28 mm Tolerance ±2 mm Two-conduit Type (3 Poles) Left hand Right hand BD F ECA A 11 12 B ECA BD F C 21 22 D E 33 34 F 42 mm 42 mm 28 mm 28 mm Tolerance ±2 mm Tolerance ±2 mm • Do not push crimp terminals into gaps in the case interior. Doing so may cause damage or deformation of the case. • Use crimp terminals not more than 0.5 mm in thickness. Otherwise, they will interfere with other components inside the case. [Reference] The crimp terminals shown below are not more than 0.5 mm thick. Manufacture Type J.S.T. Mfg Co. FN0.5-3.7 (F Type) N0.5-3.7 (Straight Type) t: dz dia.: D dia.: B: L: F: I: 0.5 mm 3.7 mm 2.9 mm 6.6 mm 19 mm 7.7 mm 8.0 mm L l F B D dia. dz dia. Crimp terminal Correct Terminal screw Incorrect 10 D4NH Recommended Connectors Others Use connectors with screws not exceeding 9 mm, otherwise the screws will protrude into the case interior, interfering with other components in the case. The connectors listed in the following table have connectors with thread sections not exceeding 9 mm. Use the recommended connectors to ensure conformance to IP67. Size Manufacturer Model Applicable cable diameter G1/2 LAPP ST-PF1/2 5380-1002 6.0 to 12.0 mm Pg13.5 LAPP ST-13.5 5301-5030 6.0 to 12.0 mm M20 LAPP ST-M20 × 1.5 5311-1020 7.0 to 13.0 mm • When attaching a cover, be sure that the seal rubber is in place and that there is no foreign material present. If the cover is attached with the seal rubber out of place or if foreign material is stuck to the rubber, a proper seal will not be obtained. • Do not use any screws to connect the cover other than the specified ones. The seal characteristics may be reduced. Use LAPP connectors together with Seal Packing (JPK-16, GP-13.5, or GPM20), and tighten to the specified tightening torque. Seal Packing is sold separately. • LAPP is a German manufacturer. 11 Terms and Conditions Agreement Read and understand this catalog. Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any questions or comments. Warranties. 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