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Guard Lock Safety-door Switch/Slide key
D4JL/D4JL-SK40
CSM_D4JL_D4JL-SK40_DS_E_9_5
Holding Force of 3,000 N
• Two safety circuits and two monitor contacts provide an
array of monitoring patterns.
• Standard gold-clad contacts enable use with ordinary loads
and microloads.
• Models with trapped keys prevent workers from being locked
in hazardous work areas.
• Models with rear release buttons allow people to unlock the
Switch and escape if they are locked into hazardous areas.
• IP67 degree of protection
Slide keys
Be sure to read the “Safety Precautions” on page 24.
Guard Lock Safety-door Switch
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
Features
Plastic Guard Lock Safety-door Switches
Rank Among the Strongest in the World
A holding force of 3,000 N makes these Switches suitable for large,
heavy doors.
Wide variations to protect workers who
enter hazardous areas.
• Models with Trapped Keys (mechanical lock models only)
As long as a person has the trapped key when he enters a
hazardous area, he does not have to worry about somebody
locking the door and trapping him inside.
The door can be opened only by supplying power to the solenoid
and then turning the trapped key to unlock the D4JL.
There are thirty different types of trapped keys available for use in
applications with adjacent hazardous areas.
Two Safety Circuits and Two Monitor
Contacts
The D4JL has two safety circuits. It also has two contacts to
separately monitor the open/closed status of the door and the status
of the lock.
41
42
Door Open/Closed
Detection Switch
11
12
51
52
21
64
33
34
Monitoring the open/
closed status of the door
Lock Monitor Switch
63
Monitoring
the door lock
22
To safety circuit
To safety circuit
• Models with Rear Release Buttons
A rear release button allows the door to be unlocked from inside a
hazardous area in an emergency.
To control circuit
Rear release button
D4JL-@@@A-06
Rear release button
D4JL-@@@[email protected]
• Special Slide Key
A special Slide Key shortens the lead time for mounting design.
The padlock that can be attached to the disable-prevention cover
prevents other workers from restarting machines.
(See page 5 for details.)
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
Model Number Structure
Model Number Legend
Switches (Standard type)
Switches (Trapped key + Rear release buttons type)
D4JL-@@@@-@@-@@
D4JL-@@@@-@@-@@-SJ
1 2 3 4
5 6
7
1. Conduit Size
2: G1/2
4: M20
2. Built-in Switch
N: 2NC/1NO + 2NC/1NO (slow-action contacts)
P: 2NC/1NO + 3NC (slow-action contacts)
Q: 3NC + 2NC/1NO (slow-action contacts)
R: 3NC + 3NC (slow-action contacts)
3. Head Material
F: Plastic
4. Door Lock and Release
A: Mechanical lock/24 VDC solenoid release
G: 24 VDC Solenoid lock/Mechanical release
5. Indicator
C: 24 VDC (green LED indicator)
D: 24 VDC (orange LED indicator)
6. Release Key Type
5: Special release key *1
6: Special release key + rear release button *1
7: Trapped key
7. Trapped Key Type
01 to 30: 30 types *2
Note: A 24 VDC solenoid lock cannot be combined with a trapped key.
A 24 VDC solenoid lock cannot be combined with a special
release key and rear release button.
*1. Release keys are provided.
*2. Thirty types of trapped keys can be manufactured. Specify the
trapped key type in numerical order starting from 01 when
ordering.
1 2 3 4
5 6
7
1. Conduit Size
2: G1/2
4: M20
2. Built-in Switch
N: 2NC/1NO + 2NC/1NO (slow-action contacts)
P: 2NC/1NO + 3NC (slow-action contacts)
Q: 3NC + 2NC/1NO (slow-action contacts)
R: 3NC + 3NC (slow-action contacts)
3. Head Material
F: Plastic
4. Door Lock and Release
A: Mechanical lock/24 VDC solenoid release
5. Indicator
C: 24 VDC (green LED indicator)
D: 24 VDC (orange LED indicator)
6. Release Key Type
8: Trapped key + Rear release buttons
7. Trapped Key Type
01: 1 type
Operation Keys
D4JL-K@
1
1. Operation Key Type
1: Horizontal mounting
2: Vertical mounting
3: Adjustable mounting (horizontal)
Switches (Connector type)
D4JL-2RFA-D5N-X
1 2 3 4
5 6 7
8
1. Conduit Size
2: G1/2
2. Built-in Switch
R: 3NC + 3NC (slow-action contacts)
3. Head Material
F: Plastic
4. Door Lock and Release
A: Mechanical lock/24 VDC solenoid release
5. Indicator
C: 24 VDC (green LED indicator)
D: 24 VDC (orange LED indicator)
6. Release Key Type
5: Standard release key
7. Connection Method
N: Connector type
8. Cover Mounting Screws
T: Standard screws
X: Special screws
Note: For more information about connector types, contact your
OMRON sales representative.
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Ordering Information
Switches (Operation Keys are sold separately.)
Consult with your OMRON representative when ordering any models that are not listed in this table.
Standard Models
Release key type
: Models with certified direct opening contacts.
Indicator
Lock and release types
Contact configuration
(door open/closed detection switch and
lock monitor switch contacts)
2NC/1NO+2NC/1NO
Mechanical lock
Solenoid release
2NC/1NO+3NC
3NC+2NC/1NO
3NC+3NC
Green
2NC/1NO+2NC/1NO
2NC/1NO+3NC
Solenoid lock
Mechanical release
3NC+2NC/1NO
3NC+3NC
Special release key
2NC/1NO+2NC/1NO
2NC/1NO+3NC
Mechanical lock
Solenoid release
3NC+2NC/1NO
3NC+3NC
Orange
2NC/1NO+2NC/1NO
2NC/1NO+3NC
Solenoid lock
Mechanical release
3NC+2NC/1NO
3NC+3NC
Models with Rear Release Buttons
Release key type
Indicator
Lock and release types
Model
G1/2
D4JL-2NFA-C5
M20
D4JL-4NFA-C5
G1/2
D4JL-2PFA-C5
M20
D4JL-4PFA-C5
G1/2
D4JL-2QFA-C5
M20
D4JL-4QFA-C5
G1/2
D4JL-2RFA-C5
M20
D4JL-4RFA-C5
G1/2
D4JL-2NFG-C5
M20
D4JL-4NFG-C5
G1/2
D4JL-2PFG-C5
M20
D4JL-4PFG-C5
G1/2
D4JL-2QFG-C5
M20
D4JL-4QFG-C5
G1/2
D4JL-2RFG-C5
M20
D4JL-4RFG-C5
G1/2
D4JL-2NFA-D5
M20
D4JL-4NFA-D5
G1/2
D4JL-2PFA-D5
M20
D4JL-4PFA-D5
G1/2
D4JL-2QFA-D5
M20
D4JL-4QFA-D5
G1/2
D4JL-2RFA-D5
M20
D4JL-4RFA-D5
G1/2
D4JL-2NFG-D5
M20
D4JL-4NFG-D5
G1/2
D4JL-2PFG-D5
M20
D4JL-4PFG-D5
G1/2
D4JL-2QFG-D5
M20
D4JL-4QFG-D5
G1/2
D4JL-2RFG-D5
M20
D4JL-4RFG-D5
: Models with certified direct opening contacts.
Contact configuration
(door open/closed detection switch and
lock monitor switch contacts)
2NC/1NO+2NC/1NO
2NC/1NO+3NC
Green
3NC+2NC/1NO
3NC+3NC
Mechanical lock
Solenoid release
Special release key
Conduit opening
2NC/1NO+2NC/1NO
2NC/1NO+3NC
Orange
3NC+2NC/1NO
3NC+3NC
Conduit opening
Model
G1/2
D4JL-2NFA-C6
M20
D4JL-4NFA-C6
G1/2
D4JL-2PFA-C6
M20
D4JL-4PFA-C6
G1/2
D4JL-2QFA-C6
M20
D4JL-4QFA-C6
G1/2
D4JL-2RFA-C6
M20
D4JL-4RFA-C6
G1/2
D4JL-2NFA-D6 *
M20
D4JL-4NFA-D6 *
G1/2
D4JL-2PFA-D6 *
M20
D4JL-4PFA-D6 *
G1/2
D4JL-2QFA-D6 *
M20
D4JL-4QFA-D6 *
G1/2
D4JL-2RFA-D6 *
M20
D4JL-4RFA-D6 *
* Models with Korean S-mark certification.
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Models with Trapped Keys
Release key type
Indicator
: Models with certified direct opening contacts.
Contact configuration
(door open/closed detection switch and
lock monitor switch contacts)
Lock and release types
2NC/1NO+2NC/1NO
2NC/1NO+3NC
Green
3NC+2NC/1NO
3NC+3NC
Mechanical lock
Solenoid release
Trapped key *1
2NC/1NO+2NC/1NO
2NC/1NO+3NC
Orange
3NC+2NC/1NO
3NC+3NC
Conduit opening
Model
G1/2
D4JL-2NFA-C7-01
M20
D4JL-4NFA-C7-01
G1/2
D4JL-2PFA-C7-01
M20
D4JL-4PFA-C7-01
G1/2
D4JL-2QFA-C7-01
M20
D4JL-4QFA-C7-01
G1/2
D4JL-2RFA-C7-01
M20
D4JL-4RFA-C7-01
G1/2
D4JL-2NFA-D7-01 *2
M20
D4JL-4NFA-D7-01 *2
G1/2
D4JL-2PFA-D7-01 *2
M20
D4JL-4PFA-D7-01 *2
G1/2
D4JL-2QFA-D7-01 *2
M20
D4JL-4QFA-D7-01 *2
G1/2
D4JL-2RFA-D7-01 *2
M20
D4JL-4RFA-D7-01 *2
*1. Thirty types of trapped keys can be manufactured. Specify the trapped key type in numerical order starting from 01 when ordering.
*2. Models with Korean S-mark certification.
Trapped Key + Rear Release Button type
Release key type
Indicator
: Models with certified direct opening contacts.
Contact configuration
(door open/closed detection switch and
lock monitor switch contacts)
Lock and release types
2NC/1NO+2NC/1NO
2NC/1NO+3NC
Green
3NC+2NC/1NO
3NC+3NC
Mechanical lock
Solenoid release
Trapped key
2NC/1NO+2NC/1NO
2NC/1NO+3NC
Orange
3NC+2NC/1NO
3NC+3NC
Conduit opening
Model
G1/2
D4JL-2NFA-C8-01-SJ *
M20
D4JL-4NFA-C8-01-SJ *
G1/2
D4JL-2PFA-C8-01-SJ *
M20
D4JL-4PFA-C8-01-SJ *
G1/2
D4JL-2QFA-C8-01-SJ *
M20
D4JL-4QFA-C8-01-SJ *
G1/2
D4JL-2RFA-C8-01-SJ *
M20
D4JL-4RFA-C8-01-SJ *
G1/2
D4JL-2NFA-D8-01-SJ *
M20
D4JL-4NFA-D8-01-SJ *
G1/2
D4JL-2PFA-D8-01-SJ *
M20
D4JL-4PFA-D8-01-SJ *
G1/2
D4JL-2QFA-D8-01-SJ *
M20
D4JL-4QFA-D8-01-SJ *
G1/2
D4JL-2RFA-D8-01-SJ *
M20
D4JL-4RFA-D8-01-SJ *
* Models with Korean S-mark certification.
Release key position
Release key type
Front
Front and rear release button
Front
Front and rear release button
Special release
key
Special release key
Trapped key
Trapped key
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
Switch appearance
Operation Keys
Type
Model
Horizontal mounting
D4JL-K1
Vertical mounting
D4JL-K2
Type
Adjustable mounting
(horizontal)
Model
D4JL-K3
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Slide Keys
Appearance
Specifications
Contents
Slide Key: 1
D4JL mounting tool: 1
Inner lever: 1
Weight: 3,400 g
Inner lever mounting screws: 2
Mechanical durability: Door Switch mounting one-way screws: 3
20,000 operations min. Switch protective cover: 1
Switch protective cover screws: 4
Disable-prevention cover
(already mounted on Slide Key): 1
Model
Applicable Door
Switch
D4JL-SK40
D4JL-@@F@[email protected]
D4JL-@@[email protected]
rear release button type
Note: 1. The Door Switch is not included. Select the Door Switch depending on the necessary number of contacts and the conduit size.
2. Perform risk assessment for the equipment in question, configure relay units and other safety circuits, and use properly.
3. Ask your OMRON representative for information on the D4JL-SK30.
D4JL-SK40
Configuration
For safety measures on large doors
that are potentially dangerous
because their movement cannot be
immediately stopped.
D4JL-SK40
D4JL model
with rear release button
Close door.
Door inner side
The handle-shaped fixture makes it easy
to use the Door Switch.
Press the rear release
button to unlock the
Guard Lock Safetydoor Switch.
Open door.
The door can be
opened from inside the
hazardous area by
using the inner lever.
Door Opening
to the Left
Application is
also possible
on doors
that open
to the left.
Open door.
A padlock can be
attached to the
disable-prevention
cover to prevent an
operator from
disabling the open
condition.
Note: This example shows a D4SL Switch with a trapped key and rear release button (D4JL-□□□□-□□-□□-SJ).
ANSI/RIA R15.06-1999 11.2.2 Interlocking portion
b) The interlocking portion of the interlocked barrier shall be installed, applied, and maintained so that:
8) be capable of being easily unlocked from the inside of the safeguarded space with or without power available, when the possibility of full body access exists;
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Specifications
Standards and EC Directives
Solenoid Coil Characteristics
Conforms to the following EC Directives:
•
•
•
•
•
Item
Machinery Directive
EN ISO 14119
EN 60204-1
GS-ET-19
CCC
24 VDC
+10%
−15%
Current consumption
Approx. 200 mA
Insulation Class
Class B (130°C max.)
Indicator Characteristics
Certified Standards
Item
Certification
body
Type
Rated operating voltage
24 VDC
(100% ED)
Standard
File No.
TÜV SÜD *3
EN 60947-5-1
(certified direct opening)
Consult your
OMRON
representative for
details.
UL *1 *3
UL 508, CSA C22.2 No.14
E76675
CQC (CCC) *3
GB14048.5
2005010305167533
KOSHA *2 *3
EN60947-5-1
Consult your
OMRON
representative for
details.
Type
LED
Rated voltage
24 VDC
24 VDC
Current consumption
Approx. 1 mA
Approx. 8 mA
Color (LED)
Orange
Green
*1. CSA C22.2 No. 14 was certified by UL.
*2. Only certain models have been certified.
*3. D4JL-@@[email protected] will be certificated soon.
Certified Standard Ratings
TÜV (EN 60947-5-1)
Item
Utilization category
AC-15
DC-13
Rated operating current (Ie)
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.
UL/CSA (UL 508, CSA C22.2 No. 14)
A300 (between terminals 12 and 41)
Rated
voltage
120 VAC
240 VAC
Carry
current
10 A
Current (A)
Make
Break
60
6
30
3
Volt-amperes (VA)
Make
Break
7,200
720
A300 (between all other terminals)
Current (A)
Volt-amperes (VA)
Rated
voltage
Carry
current
Make
Break
Make
Break
240 VAC
3A
30
3
7,200
720
Q300
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
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Characteristics
Degree of protection *1
IP67 (EN60947-5-1)
Mechanical
Durability *2
1,000,000 operations min.
Trapped key
10,000 operations min.
Rear release
button
D4JL-@@FA-@7-@: 3,000 operations min.
D4JL-@@[email protected]: 500 operations min.
Electrical
500,000 operations min. (3 A resistive load at 250 VAC) *3
Operating speed
0.05 to 0.5 m/s
Operating frequency
30 operations/minute max.
Direct opening force *4
60 N min. (EN60947-5-1)
Direct opening travel *4
15 mm min. (EN60947-5-1)
Holding force *5
3,000 N min.
Contact resistance
25 mΩ max. (per contact)
Minimum applicable load *6
1 mA resistive load at 5 VDC (N-level reference value)
Rated insulation voltage (Ui)
300 V (EN60947-5-1)
Rated frequency
50/60 Hz
Protection against electric shock
Class II (double insulation)
Pollution degree (operating environment)
3 (EN60947-5-1)
Impulse
withstand
voltage
(EN60947-51)
Between terminals of same
polarity
2.5 kV
Between terminals of
different polarity
4 kV
Between other
terminals and
non-current carrying
metallic parts
6 kV
Insulation resistance
100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Contact gap
2 × 2 mm min.
Vibration
resistance
Shock
resistance
Malfunction
10 to 55 Hz, 0.75 mm single amplitude
Destruction
1,000 m/s2 min.
Malfunction
80 m/s2 min.
Conditional short-circuit current
100 A (EN60947-5-1) *7
Conventional free air thermal current (Ith)
10 A (between terminals 12 and 41), 3 A (between all other terminals) (EN60947-5-1)
Ambient operating temperature
−10 to +55°C (with no icing)
Ambient operating humidity
95% max.
Weight
Approx. 650 g (D4JL-4NFA-C7-01)
Note: The above values are initial values.
*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 D4JL
in places where foreign material may enter through the key hole on the head, otherwise 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 further conditions, consult your OMRON
sales representative.
*3. Do not pass a 3 A, 250 VAC load through more than two circuits.
*4. These figures are minimum requirements for safe operation.
*5. This figure is based on the GS-ET-19 evaluation method.
*6. This value will vary with the switching frequency, environment, and reliability level. Confirm that correct operation is possible with the actual
load beforehand.
*7. Use a 10 A fuse type gI or gG that conforms to IEC 60269 as a short-circuit protection device.
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Connections
Internal Circuit Diagram
Circuit Connection Example
Indicator
(Examples for the [email protected]@-@)
24 VDC
O1 (+)
D
ZD
O2 (−)
Solenoid
24 VDC
E1 (+)
• Terminals 11-42 and terminals 21-52 are connected internally and
so connect terminals 12-41 and 22-51 for safety-circuit input
(GS-ET-19).
R
LED
E1
(+)
E2
(−)
O1
(+)
LED
O2
(−)
Lock Monitor Switch
41
E2 (−)
Door Open/
closed
Detection
Switch
11
12
21
22
33
34
42
51
52
63
64
To safety circuit
To safety circuit
To control circuit
To control circuit
• Direct opening contacts used as safety-circuit input are indicated
with the
mark.
Terminals 11-12 and terminals 21-22 are direct opening contacts.
• Do not connect the indicator directly to direct opening contacts. If
indicator is connected in parallel with direct opening contacts, a
short-circuit current may flow in the event that the indicator is
damaged, causing equipment to malfunction.
• Do not switch standard loads for more than 2 circuits. Otherwise,
the level of insulation may decrease.
• The solenoid terminals have polarity (E1: + and E2: −). Confirm the
polarity before wiring.
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Operation Method
Operation Principles
Mechanical Lock Models
Solenoid Lock Models
Operation Key removed.
Operation Key removed.
B
B
OFF
OFF
B
Cross-sectional view B-B
Operation Key inserted: Door locked.
B
Cross-sectional view B-B
Operation Key inserted: Door unlocked.
B
B
OFF
OFF
B
Cross-sectional view B-B
B
Solenoid ON: Door unlocked.
Cross-sectional view B-B
Solenoid ON: Door locked.
B
B
ON
ON
B
Cross-sectional view B-B
B
Cross-sectional view B-B
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Trapped Key Models
(1) Operation Key removed, solenoid OFF, and trapped key
removed.
(4) Operation Key inserted, solenoid ON, and trapped key inserted.
Status: Door locked and trapped key can be removed.
B
B
OFF
ON
B
Cross-sectional view B-B
(2) Operation Key inserted, solenoid OFF, and trapped key
removed. Status: Door unlocked.
B
Cross-sectional view B-B
(5) Operation Key inserted, solenoid ON, and trapped key
removed. Status: Door unlocked.
B
B
ON
OFF
B
Cross-sectional view B-B
(3) Operation Key inserted, solenoid OFF, and trapped key inserted.
Status: Door locked and trapped key cannot be removed.
B
Cross-sectional view B-B
(6) Operation Key removed, solenoid ON, and trapped key
removed.
B
B
OFF
ON
B
Cross-sectional view B-B
B
Cross-sectional view B-B
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
Structure and Nomenclature
Structure (D4JL-@@@[email protected] and D4JL-@@@[email protected])
Operation Key hole
Solenoid
Operation Key hole
Example for
[email protected]@@[email protected]
Terminal E1 (+)
Terminal E2 (−)
Lock Monitor Door Open/Closed
Switch
Detection Switch
Terminal 01
Terminal 02
Terminal 11
Terminal 12
Terminal 21
Terminal 22
Terminal 31/33
Terminal 32/34
LED indicator
Terminal 41
Terminal 42
Terminal 51
Terminal 52
Terminal 61/63
Terminal 62/64
41
42
11
12
51
52
21
22
63
64
33
34
Conduit opening
To safety circuit
To safety circuit
To control circuit
Note: The Switch is shown with the key
inserted and locked. Terminals 42 and 11
are internally connected, as are terminals
52 and 21 (according to GS-ET-19).
Conduit opening Door Open/Closed Detection Switch
Lock Monitor Switch
Contact Forms
Indicates conditions where the Key is inserted and the lock is applied. Terminals 42-11 and terminals 52-21 are connected internally
(as per BIA GS-ET-19).
Model
Contact
(door open/closed
detection and lock
monitor)
Contact form
Door open/
closed
detection
Lock
monitor
Operating pattern
Remarks
Lock position
Lock monitor
[email protected]@-@
2NC/1NO+2NC/1NO
Door open/
closed detection
11
12
41
42
51
52
21
22
63
64
33
34
41-12
51-22
33-34
63-64
ON
Stroke
Operation Key insertion
completion position
Extraction
completion position
Lock position
Lock monitor
[email protected]@-@
2NC/1NO+3NC
Door open/
closed detection
41
42
51
52
21
22
61
62
33
34
11
12
41-12
51-22
33-34
61-62
ON
Stroke
Operation Key insertion
completion position
Extraction
completion position
Lock position
Lock monitor
[email protected]@-@
3NC+2NC/1NO
Door open/
closed detection
41
42
51
52
21
22
63
64
31
32
11
12
41-12
51-22
31-32
63-64
ON
Stroke
Operation Key insertion
completion position
Extraction
completion position
Lock position
Lock monitor
[email protected]@-@
3NC+3NC
41
42
51
61
Door open/
closed detection
11
12
52
21
22
62
31
32
41-12
51-22
31-32
61-62
Stroke
Operation Key insertion
completion position
ON
Extraction
completion position
NC contacts 11-12 and
21-22 have a certified
direct opening
mechanism ( ).
The terminals 41-12,
51-22, 33-34, and 63-64
can be used as unlike
poles.
NC contacts 11-12 and
21-22 have a certified
direct opening
mechanism ( ).
The terminals 41-12,
51-22, 33-34, and 61-62
can be used as unlike
poles.
NC contacts 11-12,
21-22 and 31-32 have a
certified direct opening
mechanism ( ).
The terminals 41-12,
51-22, 31-32, and 63-64
can be used as unlike
poles.
NC contacts 11-12,
21-22, and 31-32 have a
certified direct opening
mechanism ( ).
The terminals 41-12,
51-22, 31-32, and 61-62
can be used as unlike
poles.
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
Operating Cycle
Structure (D4JL-@@@[email protected] and D4JL-@@@[email protected])
Operation Key hole
Solenoid
Operation Key hole
Example for
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Terminal E1 (+)
Terminal E2 (−)
Lock Monitor Door Open/Closed
Switch
Detection Switch
Terminal 01
Terminal 02
Terminal 11
Terminal 12
Terminal 21
Terminal 22
Terminal 31/33
Terminal 32/34
LED indicator
Terminal 41
Terminal 42
Terminal 51
Terminal 52
Terminal 61/63
Terminal 62/64
41
42
11
12
51
52
21
22
63
64
33
34
Conduit opening
To safety circuit
To safety circuit
To control circuit
Note: The Switch is shown with the key
inserted and locked. Terminals 42 and 11
are internally connected, as are terminals
52 and 21 (according to GS-ET-19).
Conduit opening Door Open/Closed Detection Switch
Lock Monitor Switch
Operating Cycle Examples (for Standard Models)
D4JL-@@@[email protected] (Mechanical Lock Models with Special Release Keys)
Door condition
Condition 1
Condition 2
Turning the special
release key
Condition 3
Return to
condition 1
Door open.
The door will lock when
the door closes.
Door closed.
The door is locked.
Door closed.
The door can be
opened.
Terminal No. and function
E1-E2
Solenoid ON
41-12 (NC)
51-22 (NC)
Door open/closed
detection and lock
monitor contacts
31-32 (NC)
Door open/closed
detection contact
33-34 (NO)
Door open/closed
detection contact
61-62 (NC)
Lock monitor contact
Door closed.
No power is supplied to
the solenoid. The door is
unlocked manually.
63-64 (NO) Lock monitor contact
D4JL-@@@[email protected] (Solenoid Lock Models with Special Release Keys)
Door condition
Terminal No. and function
E1-E2
Solenoid ON
41-12 (NC)
51-22 (NC)
Door open/closed
detection and lock
monitor contacts
31-32 (NC)
Door open/closed
detection contact
33-34 (NO)
Door open/closed
detection contact
61-62 (NC)
Lock monitor contact
Even when the door is
closed, it does not lock
until power is supplied
to the solenoid.
Door closed.
The door is locked.
Door closed.
The door can be
opened.
63-64 (NO) Lock monitor contact
The shaded areas indicate the contact is closed and power is supplied to the solenoid.
Door open/closed detection and lock monitor contacts: Can be used in safety circuits because of the direct opening mechanisms.
Door open/closed detection contact:
Can be used to confirm whether the key is inserted and to monitor the open/closed status
of a door.
Lock monitor contact:
Can be used to confirm whether power is supplied to the solenoid and to monitor whether
or not a door can be opened or closed.
Note: The door open/closed detection and lock monitor contact configuration depends on the model.
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
Structure (D4JL-@@@[email protected])
Operation Key hole
Solenoid
Operation Key hole
Example for
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Terminal E1 (+)
Terminal E2 (−)
Lock Monitor Door Open/Closed
Switch
Detection Switch
Terminal 01
Terminal 02
Terminal 11
Terminal 12
Terminal 21
Terminal 22
Terminal 31/33
Terminal 32/34
LED indicator
Terminal 41
Terminal 42
Terminal 51
Terminal 52
Terminal 61/63
Terminal 62/64
41
42
11
12
51
52
21
22
63
64
33
34
Conduit opening
Conduit opening Door Open/Closed Detection Switch
Lock Monitor Switch
To safety circuit
To safety circuit
To control circuit
Note: The Switch is shown with the key
inserted and locked. Terminals 42 and 11
are internally connected, as are terminals
52 and 21 (according to GS-ET-19).
Operating Cycle Examples (for Models with Rear Release Buttons)
D4JL-@@@[email protected] (Mechanical Lock Models with Special Release Keys and Rear Release Buttons)
Door condition
Condition 1
Condition 2
Condition 3
Turning the special
release key
Pressing the rear
release button
Door closed.
No power is supplied
to the solenoid. The
door is unlocked
manually.
Door closed.
No power is supplied
to the solenoid. The
door is unlocked
manually.
Return to
condition 1
Door open.
The door will lock
when the door closes.
Door closed.
The door is locked.
Door closed.
The door can be
opened.
Terminal No. and function
E1-E2
Solenoid ON
41-12 (NC)
51-22 (NC)
Door open/
closed
detection and
lock monitor
contacts
31-32 (NC)
Door open/
closed
detection
contact
33-34 (NO)
Door open/
closed
detection
contact
61-62 (NC)
Lock monitor
contact
63-64 (NO)
Lock monitor
contact
The shaded areas indicate the contact is closed and power is supplied to the solenoid.
Door open/closed detection and lock monitor contacts: Can be used in safety circuits because of the direct opening mechanisms.
Door open/closed detection contact:
Can be used to confirm whether the key is inserted and to monitor the open/closed status
of a door.
Lock monitor contact:
Can be used to confirm whether power is supplied to the solenoid and to monitor whether
or not a door can be opened or closed.
Note: The door open/closed detection and lock monitor contact configuration depends on the model.
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
Structure (D4JL-@@@A-@7-@@)
Operation Key hole
Solenoid
Operation Key hole
Terminal E1 (+)
Terminal E2 (−)
Example for
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Lock Monitor Door Open/Closed
Switch
Detection Switch
Terminal 01
Terminal 02
Terminal 11
Terminal 12
Terminal 21
Terminal 22
Terminal 31/33
Terminal 32/34
LED indicator
Terminal 41
Terminal 42
Terminal 51
Terminal 52
Terminal 61/63
Terminal 62/64
41
42
11
12
51
52
21
22
63
64
33
34
To safety circuit
To safety circuit
To control circuit
Note: The Switch is shown with the key
inserted and locked. Terminals 42 and 11
are internally connected, as are terminals
52 and 21 (according to GS-ET-19).
Conduit opening
Conduit opening Door Open/Closed Detection Switch
Lock Monitor Switch
Operating Cycle Examples (for Models with Trapped Keys)
D4JL-@@@A-@7-@@ (Models with Trapped Keys)
Door condition
Terminal No. and
function
Condition 1
Condition 2
Door open.
The Key is not
inserted.
The door will not
lock when the
door closes.
Door closed.
The Key is not
inserted.
The door is not
locked.
Condition 3
Door closed.
The Key is
inserted.
The door is
locked.
Condition 4
Condition 5
Door closed.
The Key is
inserted.
The door
remains locked.
Door closed.
The Key is not
inserted.
The door can be
opened.
Condition 6
Return to
Door open.
condition 1
The Key is not
inserted.
The door will not
lock when the
door closes.
Solenoid
ON
E1-E2
Door open/
closed
41-12 (NC) detection
51-22 (NC) and lock
monitor
contacts
31-32 (NC)
Door open/
closed
detection
contact
33-34 (NO)
Door open/
closed
detection
contact
Lock
61-62 (NC) monitor
contact
Lock
63-64 (NO) monitor
contact
The shaded areas indicate the contact is closed and power is supplied to the solenoid.
Door open/closed detection and lock monitor contacts: Can be used in safety circuits because of the direct opening mechanisms.
Door open/closed detection contact:
Can be used to confirm whether the key is inserted and to monitor the open/closed status
of a door.
Lock monitor contact:
Can be used to confirm whether power is supplied to the solenoid and to monitor whether
or not a key can be removed.
Note: 1. Door open/closed detection and lock monitor contact configuration depends on the model.
2. If power is supplied to the solenoid, the door cannot be unlocked until the Key is turned to the left and removed. The Key cannot be
removed unless it is in the UNLOCK position.
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
Structure (D4JL-@@@[email protected])
Operation Key hole
Solenoid
Operation Key hole
Terminal E1 (+)
Terminal E2 (−)
Example for
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Lock Monitor Door Open/Closed
Switch
Detection Switch
Terminal 01
Terminal 02
Terminal 11
Terminal 12
Terminal 21
Terminal 22
Terminal 31/33
Terminal 32/34
LED indicator
Terminal 41
Terminal 42
Terminal 51
Terminal 52
Terminal 61/63
Terminal 62/64
41
42
11
12
51
52
21
22
63
64
33
34
Conduit opening
Conduit opening Door Open/Closed Detection Switch
To safety circuit
To safety circuit
To control circuit
Note: The Switch is shown with the key
inserted and locked. Terminals 42 and 11
are internally connected, as are terminals
52 and 21 (according to GS-ET-19).
Lock Monitor Switch
Operating Cycle Examples (for Models with Trapped Keys + Rear Release Buttons)
D4JL-@@@[email protected] (Models with Trapped Keys + Rear Release Buttons)
Door condition
Condition 1
Condition 2
Condition 3
Condition 4
Condition 5
Pressing
the rear
release
button
Condition 6
Return to
condition 1
Terminal No. and
function
Door open.
The Key is not
inserted.
The door will not
lock when the
door closes.
Door closed.
The Key is
not inserted.
The door is
not locked.
Door closed.
The Key is
inserted.
The door is
locked.
Door closed.
The Key is
inserted.
The door
remains
locked.
Door closed.
The Key is
not inserted.
The door can
be opened.
Door open.
The Key is not
inserted.
The door will not
lock when the
door closes.
Door closed.
No power is
supplied to
the solenoid.
The door is
unlocked
manually.
Solenoid
ON
E1-E2
Door open/
closed
41-12 (NC) detection
51-22 (NC) and lock
monitor
contacts
31-32 (NC)
Door open/
closed
detection
contact
33-34 (NO)
Door open/
closed
detection
contact
Lock
61-62 (NC) monitor
contact
Lock
63-64 (NO) monitor
contact
The shaded areas indicate the contact is closed and power is supplied to the solenoid.
Door open/closed detection and lock monitor contacts: Can be used in safety circuits because of the direct opening mechanisms.
Door open/closed detection contact:
Can be used to confirm whether the key is inserted and to monitor the open/closed status
of a door.
Lock monitor contact:
Can be used to confirm whether power is supplied to the solenoid and to monitor whether
or not a key can be removed.
Note: 1. Door open/closed detection and lock monitor contact configuration depends on the model.
2. If power is supplied to the solenoid, the door cannot be unlocked until the Key is turned to the left and removed. The Key cannot be
removed unless it is in the UNLOCK position.
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Dimensions and Operating Characteristics
Switches
Head cap
D4JL-@@F@-C5
D4JL-@@F@-D5
7.5
10
0.8
(Thickness of the auxiliary mounting tool)
Black
Operation Key
Auxiliary mounting tool
Red
3.3
Set zone
Operation Key
Four,
5.4-dia.
holes
A
Six cover mounting screws
0.5
50±0.3
23.6
21
36.5
B
5
49.5
43.5±0.3
(12.6)
2±0.3
40
51
Indicator
23.5
±0.3
10.0±0.3 (132.9)
(5.8)
81.9 26±0.3
76.5
(56)
Release
key
10
A
29
35.5
Cross-sectional view A-A
B
(42.5)
(46.1)
(78.7)
89±0.3
105
(114)
(1)
2 conduits
Cap screw
(15.3)
Cross-sectional view B-B
5
9
(3)
Operating
characteristics
(15.3)
D4JL-@@FA-C6
D4JL-@@FA-D6
10
Conduit cap
Model
D4JL-@@F@-C5
D4JL-@@F@-D5
Key insertion force
Key extraction force
20 N max.
Approx. 6 N
Pre-travel distance
14 mm max.
Movement before being
locked
3.3 mm min.
12.4
(When the rear release button is pressed)
Rear release button
10
Black
17
(When the rear
release button
is pulled out)
Red
Operation Key
Auxiliary mounting tool
3.3
Set zone
Operation Key
Four,
5.4-dia.
holes
A
Six cover mounting screws
50±0.3
23.6
21
36.5
B
2±0.3
29
35.5
Cross-sectional view A-A
40
51
18.5
10.0±0.3 (132.9)
(5.8)
81.9 26±0.3
76.5
10
44.2
Indicator
23.5
±0.3
10
5
49.5
43.5±0.3
(12.6)
19 dia.
0.8
(Thickness of the auxiliary mounting tool)
7.5
(56)
Release
key
A
B
(42.5)
(46.1)
(78.7)
89±0.3
105
(114)
2 conduits
(1) Cap screw
(15.3)
Cross-sectional view B-B
5
9
(3)
Conduit cap
(15.3)
Operating
characteristics
Model
D4JL-@@FA-C6
D4JL-@@FA-D6
Key insertion force
Key extraction force
20 N max.
Approx. 6 N
Pre-travel distance
14 mm max.
Movement before being
locked
3.3 mm min.
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
D4JL-@@FA-C7
D4JL-@@FA-D7
Head cap
7.5
10
0.8
(Thickness of the auxiliary mounting tool)
42
Black
(74)
Red
3.3
Set zone
Operation Key Operation Key
Four,
5.4-dia.
holes
A
Six cover mounting screws
50±0.3
23.6
21
Auxiliary mounting tool
36.5
B
5
49.5
43.5±0.3
(13)
2±0.3
±0.3
40
10.0±0.3 (132.9)
(5.8)
(56)
81.9 26±0.3
76.5
10
B
(42.5)
(46.1)
(78.7)
89±0.3
105
(114)
Manual release
A
screw
29
35.5
51
Indicator
23.5
25
10
Cross-sectional view A-A
Cap screw
(1)
(15.3)
Trapped key
Cross-sectional view B-B
5
9
(3)
Operating
characteristics
(15.3)
2 conduits
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Conduit cap
D4JL-@@FA-C7
D4JL-@@FA-D7
Key insertion force
Key extraction force
20 N max.
Approx. 6 N
Pre-travel distance
14 mm max.
Movement before being
locked
3.3 mm min.
Rear Release Button
Head cap
Black
Model
7.5
Red
(54)
PULL:LOCK Position
10
0.8
(Thickness of the auxiliary mounting tool)
(42)
PUSH:UNLOCK Position
3.3
Set zone
Operation Key
Operation Key Auxiliary mounting tool
Six cover mounting screws
(79)
Four,
5.4-dia.
holes
A
50±0.3
23.6
21
47
49.5
43.5±0.3
㧔13㧕
(25)
±0.3
Indicator
10
29
Manual release
screw
㧔56㧕
㧔42.5㧕
㧔46.1㧕
㧔78.7㧕
89±0.3
A
35.5
Cross-sectional view A-A
18.5
10.0±0.3 㧔132.9㧕
㧔5.8㧕
81.9 26±0.3
76.5
16.5-dia.
21.4-dia.
44.2
5
2±0.3
51
40
23.5
40-dia.
36.5
10
B
105
㧔114㧕
B
㧔1㧕
Cap screw
㧔15.3㧕
Trapped key
5
9.2
㧔3㧕
Cross-sectional view B-B
Operating
characteristics
㧔15.3㧕
2 conduits
Conduit cap
Model
[email protected]
Key insertion force
Key extraction force
20 N max.
Approx. 6 N
Pre-travel distance
14 mm max.
Movement before being
locked
3.3 mm min.
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
Operation Keys
D4JL-K1
D4JL-K2
3
3
33.5
28
18.5
22
21
11.5
11.5
33.5
22
22
40
40
22
Two, 5.4 dia.
Two, 5.4 dia.
D4JL-K3
33.5
36.5
28
40
3
16.2
30
Two, 5.3 dia.
mounting holes
30±0.15
40
22
(24)
17
(43.6)
34.6
Note: Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.8 mm applies to all Switch dimensions and a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to Operation Key
dimensions.
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
Slide Keys
D4JL-SK40
Open Door
(160)
(24)
(15.3)
Disable-prevention cover
Four, 6.5 × 19 long holes
(237)
Trademark
Rear release button
hole @25.4
(108)
96
(87)
Two, M4
56.5
66
23.2
(21.5)
(193)
(168)
Sliding
72 (60)
Guard Lock Safety Switch Three, 6.5 × 19 long holes
D4JL (sold separately)
77
90
17.5 20
17.5
(32)
66
Shot bolt
(70)
Lever unit
Brand Name / Model /
Guide
Lot No. / Country of Origin
Guard Lock Safety Switch
D4JL (sold separately)
56.5
(35.3)
(85)
(117)
8 dia.
(15.3)
(76)
(56.5)
(70)
(75.5)
4
4
(114.5)
Switch part
25 dia.
Handle part
Closed Door
(159)
(R186)
(19)
(78)
(4)
8 dia.
48.5
(72)
25 dia.
19
D4JL/D4JL-SK40
With Operation Key Inserted
D4JL+D4JL-K1
(with Front-inserted Operation Key)
Black
D4JL+D4JL-K1
(with Top-inserted Operation Key)
Black
Red
Red
Key insertion position
(55.8 min., 59.1 max.)
Horizontal insertion radius:
R ≥ 270
(36.5)
22 Center tolerance of
key hole: ±0.8
Horizontal insertion
radius: R ≥ 270
Key insertion position
(55.8 min., 59.1 max.)
22
Center tolerance of
key hole: ±0.8
Vertical insertion radius:
R ≥ 270
Operation Key
Mounting
Position
(70.3 min.,
(51) 73.6 max.)
(36.5)
(40)
Center
tolerance
(7.5) of key hole:
±0.8
Operation Key
Mounting
Position
(70.3 min.,
73.6 max.)
Center tolerance of
key hole: ±0.8
D4JL+D4JL-K2
(with Front-inserted Operation Key)
Black
Vertical insertion
radius: R ≥ 270
D4JL+D4JL-K2
(with Top-inserted Operation Key)
Black
Red
Red
Key insertion position
(48.8 min., 52.1 max.)
Horizontal insertion radius:
R ≥ 270
(36.5)
22 Center tolerance of
key hole: ±0.8
Horizontal insertion
radius: R ≥ 270
Vertical insertion
radius: R ≥ 270
22
Key insertion position
(48.8 min., 52.1 max.)
(36.5)
Vertical insertion radius:
R ≥ 270
(10)
(40)
Center tolerance of
key hole: ±0.8
Operation
Key Mounting
Position
(51) (63.3 min.,
66.6 max.)
(10)
Center
tolerance
(7.5) of key hole:
±0.8
Operation Key
Mounting
Position
(63.3 min.,
66.6 max.)
Center tolerance of
key hole: ±0.8
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
D4JL + D4JL-K3
(with Front-inserted Operation key)
Black
Red
Key insertion
position
(73.8 min.,
77.1 max.)
D4JL + D4JL-K3
(with Top-inserted Operation key)
Horizontal
insertion
radius:
R 160
Black
Red
30
Horizontal
insertion
radius:
R 160
Vertical
insertion
radius:
R 270
30
Key insertion
position
(73.8 min.,
77.1 max.)
Vertical
insertion
radius:
R 270
(51)
Operation Key
Mounting
Position (88.3 min.,
91.6 max.)
(7.5)
Operation Key
Mounting
Position (88.3 min.,
91.6 max.)
(40)
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
Application Examples
PL/safety category
Model
Stop category
Reset
1
Manual
Guard Lock Safety-door Switch D4JL-@@@A-@@ (Mechanical Lock Type)
Safety Relay Unit G9SA-321-T@ (24 VAC/VDC)
PLd/3 equivalent
Note: 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.
●Application Overview
•
•
•
•
•
The stop signal is sent to the motor controller.
The power supply to the motor M is turned OFF after OFF-delay time.
The lock release signal enables the guard 1 and guard 2 to be opened.
The S1 and S2 monitor the guard 1, and the S3 and S4 monitor the guard 2. The power supply to the motor M is kept OFF while one of the guards is opened.
The power supply to the motor M is turned ON again when the reset switch S5 is pressed while both guards are closed and locked.
Lock
release
signal
Application Example
Stopping a Robot on a Conveyor Line
KM1
KM2
S2
S6
41
51
42
52
11
21
12
22
Guard 1
S1
OPEN
D4NH
Safety-door Hinge Switches
S4
S7
41
51
42
52
11
21
12
22
D4JL
Guard Lock Safety-door Switches
Feedback loop
Guard 2
S3
KM1
OPEN
S5
KM2
Stop signal
A1 A2 T11
T12
T31
T32
13 23 33 43 53 61
1
TH
a
K1
K2
K3
a
b
K2
K4
Motor controller
K3
SA
K1
Stop
instruction
3
4
Off Delay
Timer
K4
Control
Circuit
b
2 K1
5
K2
JP
1
2
3
4
5
6
KM2
6
PE T21
KM1
T23 T22
A
B
14 24 34 44 54 62
KM1 KM2
M
S1:
S2:
S3:
S4:
S5:
S6 and S7:
KM1 and KM2:
M:
Safety-door Switch with direct opening contact
Guard Lock Safety-door Switch
Safety-door Switch with direct opening contact
Guard Lock Safety-door Switch
Reset switch
Lock release switches
Magnetic contactors
3-phase motor
Note: 1. When the release button is pressed on rear release models, the solenoid contacts are turned OFF.
2. With Trapped Key Models, the door will not lock when it is closed with the trapped key removed.
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
PL/safety category
Model
Stop category
Reset
1
Manual
Guard Lock Safety-door Switch D4JL-@@@A-@@ (Mechanical Lock Type)
Flexible Safety Unit G9SX-BC202 (24 VDC)
Flexible Safety Unit G9SX-AD322-T15 (24 VDC)
PLe/4 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 1. The PL for emergency stop switch, guard 2, and other safety functions must be separately evaluated.
●Application Overview
•
•
•
•
•
The stop signal 1 is sent to the motor controller 1.
The power supply to the motor M1 is turned OFF after OFF-delay time.
The lock release signal 1 enables the guard 1 to be opened.
The S3 and S4 monitor the guard 1, and the power supply to the motor M1 is kept OFF while the guard 1 is opened.
The power supply to the motor M1 is turned ON when the reset switch S5 is pressed while the guard 1 is closed and locked.
11
21
12
22
Application Example
Machining Center
S1
S2
+24 V
Open
Machining section doors
• The entire machining center will stop when
the emergency stop button is pressed.
• Power will not be supplied to the
corresponding motor when a door is open.
Emergency
stop switch
Tool changer door
Safety Door
Switch
Safety Door
Switch
A1 T11 T12 T21 T22 T31 T32 T33 Y1
G9SX-BC202
+24 V
Control circuits
T31 T32 T33 Y1
T11 T12 X1 A1
T31 T32 T33
T11 T12 Y1
G9SX-BC202
24VDC
G9SX-AD322-T15
24VDC
PWR
FB
T1
T2
EI
ERR
A2
S14 S24
L1 L2
FB
T1
T2
0 15
Tool changer door
X2
A1
AND
EI
1 1.5 2
ED
3
4
5
7
10
EI
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
ERR
No.
OFF-DELAY
T21 T22
T41 T42
S14 S24 S34 S44 S54
A2
L2
X1
G9SX-AD322-T15
24VDC
PWR
1 1.5 2
0 15
ED
3
4
5
7
10
OFF-DELAY
A2
L1
ERR
No.
T21 T22
T41 T42
S14 S24 S34 S44 S54
Advanced Unit
G9SX-AD
Basic Unit
G9SX-BC
Machining section doors
T31 T32 T33
T11 T12 Y1
A1
T2
X1 X2
PLCs, etc.
X2
FB
T1
AND
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
No.
T21 T22 X2
S14 S24 L1
X1
PWR
A2
L1
Advanced Unit
G9SX-AD
Logical AND
connection
Emergency stop switch
GND
Lock
release
signal 1
Lock
release
signal 2
KM1
KM2
KM3
KM4
S3
S6
S7
S10
41
51
41
51
42
52
42
52
11
21
11
21
12
22
12
22
Motor controller 1
Guard 1
S4
S34
Motor controller 2
Guard 2
S8
KM1
Feedback loop
OPEN
KM2
KM1
KM2
Stop signal 1
Stop signal 2
M1
S9
KM4
+24 V
A1 T11 T12 T21 T22 T31 T32 T33 Y1
Open
AND
T41 T42
A1 T11 T12 T21 T22 T31 T32 T33 Y1
OFF
G9SX-AD322-T15
Control circuits
OFF
+24 V
Control circuits
S14 S24 S34 S44 S54 L1 X1 X2
A2
PLCs, etc.
Motor controller 1 (stop instruction)
S1:
S3 and S7:
S2, S5, and S9:
S6 and S10:
AND
T41 T42
G9SX-AD322-T15
+24 V
GND
M2
+24 V
Open
KM1 KM2
KM4
KM3
S5
A2
KM3
Feedback loop
OPEN
S34
Emergency stop switch
Guard Lock Safety-door Switches
Reset switches
Lock release switches
S14 S24 S34 S44 S54 L1 X1 X2
KM3 KM4
GND
PLCs, etc.
Motor controller 2 (stop instruction)
S4 and S8:
Safety Limit Switches with direct opening contacts
KM 1, KM 2, KM3, and KM4: Magnetic contactors
M1 and M2:
3-phase motors
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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
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, is likely to
result in serious injury or may result in
death. Additionally there may be severe
property damage.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor
or moderate injury or in property damage.
Precautions
for Safe Use
Supplementary comments on what to do
or avoid doing, to use the product safely.
Precautions
for Correct
Use
Supplementary comments on what to do
or avoid doing, to prevent failure to
operate, or undesirable effect on product
performance.
<Guard Lock Safety-door Switch D4JL>
DANGER
Injury may occasionally occur. Always check to make
sure that the safety functions operate correctly before
using the machine. The safety functions may not
operate correctly because of wiring mistakes, setting
mistakes, or Switch malfunction, causing some
machines to continue operating in situations where they
should be stopped.
Injury may occasionally occur. If the machine is used
with the release key in the UNLOCK position, the
electromagnetic lock may not operate, causing some
machines to continue operating in situations where they
should be stopped. Be sure to put the release key in the
LOCK position before using the machine. Also, check
the condition of the lock and safety circuits.
Injury may occasionally occur. When the
electromagnetic lock function or Switch function is
damaged, some machines may continue operating in
situations where they should be stopped. Do not use the
electromagnetic lock function of the Switch in place of a
door lock. Always provide a lock separate from the
Switch, attach a warning seal to prevent people from
using excessive force to open the door when it is locked,
or provide an indicator lamp to show the locked/
unlocked status of the door.
!CAUTION
Precautions for Safe Use
Installation Environment
• Do not use the Switch submersed 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. (The IP67 degree of
protection of the Switch specifies the amount of water penetration
after the Switch is submerged in water for a certain period of time.)
Wiring
• 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.
• Keep the electrical load below the rated value.
• Do not use screws longer than 9 mm when using metal connectors.
Otherwise it may result in electric shock.
• Do not use metal conduits. Damage to the conduit opening may
result in an improper seal or electric shock.
• Always attach the cover after completing wiring and before using
the Switch. Do not supply power when the cover is not attached.
Electric shock may occur if the Switch is used without the cover
attached.
Installation
• Be careful not to drop the switch, or the switch will not fully exhibit
its ability.
• Make sure the Switch is mounted securely to prevent it from falling
off. Otherwise injury may result.
• Do not use the Switch as a stopper. Be sure to install a stopper as
shown in the following illustration when mounting the Switch and
adjust the stopper so that the Operation Key is within the setting
zone.
Do not subject the Switch to a shock that exceeds the Switch's
shock resistance of 1,000 m/s2.
.
Stopper
Operation Key
Switch
Correct
Incorrect
Electric shock may occasionally occur.
Do not use metal connectors or metal conduits.
Do not dismount the operation key from the door
intentionally and insert it to the switch with the door open.
Machine may start operating and injury or death may be
caused.
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Precautions for Correct Use
Operation Key
Rear Release Button
• Use only the designated Operation Key. The Head has been
designed so that operation is not possible with a screwdriver or
other tools. Using anything other than the designated Operation
Key may damage the Switch or affect machine safety.
• Do not operate the Switch with anything other than the special
OMRON Operation Key, otherwise the Switch may break or the
safety of the system may not be maintained.
• Do not impose excessive force on the Operation Key while the Key
is inserted into the Switch or drop the Switch with the Operation
Key inserted. Doing either of these may deform the Key or break
the Switch.
Incorrect
Weight applied
• The rear release button is used for
emergency escapes when someone locks a Unlock
worker in the work area (hazardous area).
• The door can be unlocked by pressing the
rear release button.
• After the rear release button is used to
unlock the door, pull the button out to restore it to its original state.
If the button is left pressed in, the door will not lock when the door
is closed and power will not be supplied to the equipment.
• Mount the Switch so that the rear release button can be operated
by a worker inside the work area (hazardous area).
• For the D4JL-@@@[email protected], attach the enclosed rear release
button with the rear release button attachment screw.
When you attach the rear release button, use a wrench to hold it in
the specified position and tighten the screw to the applicable torque.
Incorrect
A : Holding position with a wrench
(width across flat : 9mm)
Dropped
Rear release button
Switch Contacts
The Switch contacts can be used with either standard loads or
microloads. 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.
Release Key
• The release key is used to unlock the Switch in
case of emergency or if the power supply to the
Switch stops.
• If the release key setting is changed from LOCK
to UNLOCK using the enclosed release key, the
lock will be released and the safety door can be
opened (mechanical lock models only).
• When a Switch with a solenoid lock is in a locked state (i.e., when
the solenoid is ON), do not change the release key from the LOCK
to the UNLOCK position. Internal parts may be damaged.
• After setting the release key to UNLOCK to, for example, change
the head direction or perform maintenance, be sure to return it to
the LOCK setting before resuming operation.
• The release key is set in the unlock position at the factory for the
D4JL-@@@[email protected], D4JL-@@@[email protected], D4JL-@@@A-@7-@@ and
D4JL-@@@[email protected] and in the lock position for the
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• If the release key is set to UNLOCK when the Switch is used for the
door of a machine room to ensure the safety of people performing
adjustment work inside, the door will not be locked when the door
is closed and no power will be supplied to the equipment.
• Do not use the release key to start or stop machines.
• The auxiliary lock must be released using the release key only by
authorized personnel.
• Do not impose a force exceeding 1 N·m on the release key screws.
The release key may be damaged and may not operate properly.
• To prevent the release key from being used by unauthorized
personnel, set it to LOCK and seal it with sealing wax.
Rear release button clamping screw
Trapped Key
• The trapped key is released when
power is supplied to the solenoid.
Turn the trapped key to the
UNLOCK position and remove the
key to unlock the door.
Trapped Key
The door cannot be unlocked solely Manual
release screw
by supplying power to the solenoid.
As long as a worker has the trapped key with him when he enters
the work area (hazardous area), he cannot be locked inside by
another worker.
• Do not impose a force exceeding 1 N·m when operating the key.
Otherwise, the Switch may be damaged and may not operate properly.
Attaching a Cover
• Make sure the release key is set to the LOCK position before
covering the D4JL.
• 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 one of the following methods when covering a Trapped Key Switch.
When the Operation Key is removed (door open):
Cover with the trapped key removed (UNLOCK).
When the Operation Key is inserted (door closed):
Cover with the trapped key inserted (LOCK).
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Manual Release
Switch and Operation Key Mounting
• Manual release is used to unlock the Switch when power cannot
be supplied to the solenoid, such as when power is interrupted or
the equipment is being repaired.
1. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the manual release screw.
Use a precision screwdriver to press down the lever inside the
Switch far enough to release the trapped key.
2. The door is unlocked when the trapped key is turned to the
UNLOCK position and removed.
• Do not use manual release to stop machines.
• After the Switch has been manually released, re-install the manual
release screw in its proper position on the Switch using the
specified torque.
• Mount the Switch and Operation Key securely to the applicable
tightening torque with M5 screws and flat or spring washers.
To ensure safety, use screws that cannot be easily removed or
another means to prevent the Switch and Operation Key from
easily being removed.
Mounting Holes for Switches
50±0.1
Mounting Holes for
Operation Keys
Two, M5
Rear release button hole
43.5±0.1 reference (50 dia.)
44.2±0.1
Three, M5
22±0.1
18.5±0.1
23.5±0.1
Precision
screwdriver
89±0.1
(2)
(1)
Hinged Doors
If the Switch is mounted too close to the hinge, the force imposed on
the lock will be much larger than for locations far from the hinge and
the lock may be damaged. Mount the Switch close to the handle.
Solenoid Lock Models
The solenoid lock locks the door only when power is supplied to the
solenoid. The door will be unlocked if the power supply to the solenoid
stops. Therefore, do not use the solenoid lock models for machines
that may be operating and dangerous even after the machine stops
operating.
• Do not operate the Switch with anything other than the special
OMRON Operation Key. Otherwise, the Switch may be damaged
and the safety of the system may not be maintained.
• Ensure that the alignment offset between the Operation Key and
the key hole does not exceed ±0.8 mm. If the Operation Key is
offset or at an angle, accelerated wear or damage to the Switch
may result.
• When inserting the Operation Key, install the
provided mounting auxiliary tool in the key hole and
use the tool to position the key in the key hole center
and set zone.
Auxiliary
mounting tool
• Remove the mounting auxiliary tool from the Switch
after the Operation Key is properly inserted.
• Observe the specified insertion radius for the Operation Key and
insert it in a direction perpendicular to the key hole.
0.8
(Auxiliary mounting tool)
Mounting Methods
Appropriate Tightening Torque
Set zone
(3.3 mm)
Be sure to tighten each screw of the Switch properly. Loose screws
may result in malfunction.
Type
Appropriate tightening torque
Operation Key
• Do not impose excessive force on the Operation Key while the Key
is inserted into the Switch or drop the Switch with the Operation
Key inserted. Doing either of these may deform the Key or break
the Switch.
• Attach the enclosed cap head to any Operation Key hole that is not
used.
Terminal screw
0.6 to 0.8 N·m
Cover mounting screw
0.7 to 0.9 N·m
Manual release screw
0.6 to 0.8 N·m
Operation Key mounting
screw
2.4 to 2.8 N·m
Switch mounting screw
3.2 to 3.8 N·m
Securing Doors
Connector
1.8 to 2.2 N·m
Cap screw
1.3 to 1.7 N·m
When the door is closed (with the Operation Key inserted), the
Operation Key may exceed the set zone because of, for example, the
door's own weight, machine vibration, or the door cushion rubber.
Then, when an attempt is made to open the door, it may result in
damage or malfunction. Also, it may not be possible to unlock the
Switch if there is weight placed on the Operation Key. Do not rely on
the Switch to substitute for a door locking device. Secure the door with
a stopper so that the Operation Key remains within the set zone.
Rear release button clamping
1.1 to 1.3 N·m
screw
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D4JL/D4JL-SK40
Wiring
Processing the Conduit Opening
Circuit Connection Example
• Direct opening contacts used for safety circuit inputs are indicated
with the
mark. Terminals 12-41 and terminals 22-51 have direct
opening contacts.
• Connect the indicators in parallel to the auxiliary circuits or
terminals E1 and E2. Do not connect the indicators in parallel with
the direct opening contact. If the indicators are broken, a
short-circuit current may flow, causing equipment to malfunction.
• The 24 VDC solenoid terminals have polarity (E1: +, E2: −).
Confirm the polarity before wiring.
• The contact ON/OFF timing for Switches is not synchronized.
Confirm performance before application.
E1
(+)
E2
(−)
O1
(+)
• Connect a recommended connector to the opening of the conduit
and tighten the connector to the proper torque. The case may be
damaged if excessive tightening torque is applied.
• Make sure that the outer diameter of the cable connected to the
connector is correct.
• Attach a conduit cap to the unused conduit opening when wiring
and tighten it to a suitable torque. The conduit cap is provided with
the Switch.
Recommended Connectors
Use a connector with a screw section not exceeding 9 mm.
Otherwise, the screws will protrude into the case interior. The
connectors given in the following table have connectors with screw
sections not exceeding 9 mm. Use the following connectors to ensure
conformance to IP67.
Size
LED
Door Open/Closed
Detection Switch
Lock Monitor
Switch
O2
(−)
41
42
51
52
61
62
11
12
21
22
31
32
To safety circuit
To safety circuit
To control circuit
To control circuit
Manufacturer
Model
Applicable
cable
diameter
G1/2
LAPP
ST-PF1/2
5380-1002
6.0 to 12.0 mm
M20
LAPP
ST-M20 × 1.5
5311-1020
7.0 to 13.0 mm
Use LAPP connectors together with Seal Packing (JPK-16 or
GPM20), and tighten to the applicable torque. Seal Packing is sold
separately.
• LAPP is a German manufacturer.
Other Precautions
Wiring
• Do not wire the Switch while power is being supplied. Doing so may
result in electric shock.
• Do not let particles, such as small pieces of lead wire, enter the
switch body when wiring.
• Make sure that the wiring does not hide the LED indicator when
wiring E1/E2 or O1/O2.
• When connecting to the terminals via insulating tube and M3.5
crimp terminals, arrange the crimp terminals so that they do not
rise up onto the case or the cover.
• Applicable lead wire size: AWG22 to AWG18 (0.3 to 0.75 mm2).
Use lead wires of an appropriate length. Not doing so may result in
excess length causing the cover to rise and not fit properly.
• Do not pull on the lead wires with excessive force. Doing so may
disconnect them.
• Do not push crimp terminals into gaps in the case interior. Doing so
may cause damage or deformation of the case.
• The solenoid will heat when it carries current. Do not touch it.
[Reference] Crimp Terminals
Manufacturer
Model
J.S.T. Mfg Co.
FN1.25-M4 (F Type)
N1.25-M4 (Straight Type)
t:
dz dia:
D dia:
B:
L:
F:
I:
0.8 mm
4.3 mm
4.0 mm
6.6 mm
18.6 mm
6.3 mm
9.0 mm
L
l
F
B
D dia.
dz dia.
Correct
Incorrect
Terminal screw
Crimp terminal
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<Slide Keys D4JL-SK40>
!CAUTION
Incorrect operation may cause injury. Also, the product is
designed to be mounted so that it slides horizontally.
Do not mount the product in a vertically sliding configuration.
(excluding the D4NS-SK01)
Precautions for Correct Use
• Insert the slide handle until the red operation indicator is
completely displayed in the operation display window.
Precautions for Safe Use
• Do not drop the Switch. Doing so may prevent the Switch from
functioning to full capacity.
• Mount the Switch securely to prevent it from falling. Otherwise,
injuries may occur.
• Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the Switch. Doing so may
cause the Switch to malfunction.
• Make sure that the gap between the short bolt and guide is (±3
mm. Otherwise, excessive wear or damage may cause
malfunction.
• To ensure safety, do not operate the Switch with anything other
than a Slide Key.
• Be careful to avoid pinching your hand when operating the Switch.
• Be sure to mount the Switch protective cover. Otherwise, your
hand may be injured by being pinched between the shot bolt and
Switch when closing the door with your hand on the Switch.
• When opening the door, be sure to lower the disable-prevention
cover into position, attach a padlock, or take other steps to prevent
other people from operating the Switch.
• The durability of the Switch is greatly influenced by the switching
conditions. Always test the Switch under actual working conditions
before application and use it in a switching circuit for which there
are no problems with performance.
• The user must not maintain or repair equipment incorporating the
Switch. Contact the manufacturer of the equipment for any
maintenance or repairs required.
• Do not shut the door while the shot bolt is extended. The Switch
may be damaged, preventing proper operation.
• Do not apply excessive force in the direction of the slide. This may
damage the product and cause it to malfunction.
Normal
Insufficient insertion
Operation display window
• Loose screws may result in malfunction. Use washers and tighten
the screws to the specified torques. Also, when mounting the
Switch to a door for disable-prevention purposes, purchase and
use tamper-resistant screws.
Tightening Torque
Slide Key mounting screw (M6)
6.0 to 7.0 N·m
Switch mounting screw
(included with product)
3.2 to 3.8 N·m
Switch protective cover mounting
screw (included with product)
1.2 to 1.4 N·m
Lever mounting screw
(included with product)
1.2 to 1.4 N·m
Technical Specifications
D4JL-SK40
Ambient operating temperature
−10 to 55°C (with no icing)
Ambient operating humidity
95% max.
Mechanical durability
20,000 operations min.
Weight
Approx. 3.4 kg
(not including D4JL Guard Lock
Safety-door Switch)
• Do not store the Switch where corrosive gases (e.g., H2S, SO2,
NH3, HNO3, or CL2) or dust are present, or in locations subject to
high temperature or humidity.
• Perform maintenance inspections periodically.
• This product is for use only with OMRON Safety-door Switches.
Do not use it with door switches made by other manufacturers.
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Mounting Holes
(Unit: mm)
Assembly
Switch part
D4JL-SK40
Rear release button hole,
50-dia. (reference)
D4JL-SK40
209.5
Switch mounting screw
(one-way screw)
Three, M5 × 16
131.5
77
96
Disable-prevention cover
56.5 66
23.2
30
72
56.5
Seven, M6
90
45
20
66
Two, R25 (reference)
Guide
Switch protective cover mounting screw
Four, M4 × 6
Handle part
D4JL-SK40
If a burden is placed on the short bolt or guide, making
the door difficult to open and close, adjust the mounting
position within the range of the long holes.
Short bolt
Lever mounting screw
Two, M4 × 8
• Use the supplied special screws to mount the operation key and
D4JL Guard Lock Safety-door Switch.
• To tighten the screws, use the tip of a flat-head screwdriver on the
screw heads as shown in the following figure.
Note: The special screws are
designed so that they cannot
be turned counter-clockwise
using a flat-head
screwdriver.
• The special screws cannot be removed once they are tightened.
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Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other reasons. It is our
practice to change part numbers when published ratings or features are changed, or when significant construction changes are
made. However, some specifications of the Product may be changed without any notice. When in doubt, special part numbers
may be assigned to fix or establish key specifications for your application. Please consult with your Omron’s representative at
any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased Product.
Errors and Omissions.
Information presented by Omron Companies has been checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no responsibility is
assumed for clerical, typographical or proofreading errors or omissions.
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In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
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