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Safety Edge /
Edge Controller
SGE / SCC
Introducing the New Safety Edge
- Friendly to Human and Machines
Extensive Lineup
We have prepared a lineup, tailor-made to fit with your devices and applications.
Sensor length
SGE-365
150 to 6,100 mm
(in 10 mm increments)
Height
W
When
using applications that require
increased water resistance, please
in
use models that give sealing covers.
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SGE-245
34 to 80 mm in six series
SGE-125
SGE-245L
SGE-225
SGE
Safety Edge
Easy to Order & Assembly Free By covering just 4 points, a ready-to-use Safety Edge will be delivered to you:
Introducing the New Safety Edge
- Friendly to Human and Machines
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Wiring
Select a shape from five series as required
in your application or equipment
Select wiring from four types (2-wire/connector
(male/female) cable, terminating resistor) and
cable length from 100 mm to 10,000 mm
(in 100 mm increments) for both ends of
the Safety Edge.
The SGE Safety Edge, mounted to moving parts such as doors and fences of
mechanical equipment, will stop hazards from moving parts or undergo a
complete system shutdown upon detection of contact with persons or objects.
Its elastic material and shock absorption properties soften the impact on such
persons or objects. The SCC Edge Controller conforms to PLe/Safety Category 3.
Occurrance of any short-circuits and/or breaks are continually monitored and
the status shown with LED indicators.
Protecting people in such areas like:
Shutter Door
POINT
POINT
POINT
POINT
1
Length
Select the length of the Safety Edge between
150 mm to 6,100 mm (in 10 mm increments).
The Safety Edge mounted to the end of a shutter door stops the
downside movement of the shutter to prevent shearing of a person or
object when it detects a contacts with them.
3
2
4
Mounting base
An L-shaped mounting base is also provided
depending on the mounting location
(except the SGE-125 series)
10mm 10mm 10mm 10mm
Note: For details, refer to "Model Number Structure" on page 4 or later.
Protective Door
of a Processing Machine
The Safety Edge, mounted to the moving part of a protective door, will
stop door movement to prevent jamming of persons or objects upon
detection of contact with them.
SCC Edge Controller
Dedicated SCC Edge Controller that regulates a system conforming to Safety Category 3.
Dedicated SCC Edge Controller enables establishment
of a safety system conforming to PLe Safety Category 3
Reciprocating Table
of a Machine Tool
(when hazards are directly blocked by built-in relays)
Power supply LED indicator
Any short-circuits or breaks in the system are
monitored and its status is indicated with LED.
Active LED indicator
Error LED indicator
Authentificated under major safety standards
Auxiliary output LED indicator
The Safety Edge, mounted to the moving part of a recipro- cating
table, will stop the table's movement to prevent collision with the
moving part or jamming between the moving part and structures
such as walls or poles upon detection of contact with workers.
Note: For details on LED indicators, refer to "Connection" on page 13.
Extensive Lineup
We have prepared a lineup, tailor-made to fit with your devices and applications.
Sensor length
SGE-365
150 to 6,100 mm
(in 10 mm increments)
Height
W
When
using applications that require
increased water resistance, please
in
use models that give sealing covers.
u
SGE-245
34 to 80 mm in six series
SGE-125
SGE-245L
SGE-225
SGE
Safety Edge
Easy to Order & Assembly Free By covering just 4 points, a ready-to-use Safety Edge will be delivered to you:
Introducing the New Safety Edge
- Friendly to Human and Machines
SCC
Edge Controller
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Shape
Wiring
Select a shape from five series as required
in your application or equipment
Select wiring from four types (2-wire/connector
(male/female) cable, terminating resistor) and
cable length from 100 mm to 10,000 mm
(in 100 mm increments) for both ends of
the Safety Edge.
The SGE Safety Edge, mounted to moving parts such as doors and fences of
mechanical equipment, will stop hazards from moving parts or undergo a
complete system shutdown upon detection of contact with persons or objects.
Its elastic material and shock absorption properties soften the impact on such
persons or objects. The SCC Edge Controller conforms to PLe/Safety Category 3.
Occurrance of any short-circuits and/or breaks are continually monitored and
the status shown with LED indicators.
Protecting people in such areas like:
Shutter Door
POINT
POINT
POINT
POINT
1
Length
Select the length of the Safety Edge between
150 mm to 6,100 mm (in 10 mm increments).
The Safety Edge mounted to the end of a shutter door stops the
downside movement of the shutter to prevent shearing of a person or
object when it detects a contacts with them.
3
2
4
Mounting base
An L-shaped mounting base is also provided
depending on the mounting location
(except the SGE-125 series)
10mm 10mm 10mm 10mm
Note: For details, refer to "Model Number Structure" on page 4 or later.
Protective Door
of a Processing Machine
The Safety Edge, mounted to the moving part of a protective door, will
stop door movement to prevent jamming of persons or objects upon
detection of contact with them.
SCC Edge Controller
Dedicated SCC Edge Controller that regulates a system conforming to Safety Category 3.
Dedicated SCC Edge Controller enables establishment
of a safety system conforming to PLe Safety Category 3
Reciprocating Table
of a Machine Tool
(when hazards are directly blocked by built-in relays)
Power supply LED indicator
Any short-circuits or breaks in the system are
monitored and its status is indicated with LED.
Active LED indicator
Error LED indicator
Authentificated under major safety standards
Auxiliary output LED indicator
The Safety Edge, mounted to the moving part of a recipro- cating
table, will stop the table's movement to prevent collision with the
moving part or jamming between the moving part and structures
such as walls or poles upon detection of contact with workers.
Note: For details on LED indicators, refer to "Connection" on page 13.
Safety Edge/Edge Controller
SGE/SCC
Safety sensors to detect contacts by
mounting to moving parts of hazards
• Conforms to PLe/Safety Category 3 in combination with the
dedicated controller.
(applied when internal relays with forcibly guided contacts
disable hazard source directly)
• Simple one-unit structure integrating sensor and cover.
• Resistant to the side force.
• Can be used in various applications.
Sensor length: 150 mm to 6,100 mm, Height: 34 mm to 80 mm
• Models with sealing covers for doors are provided
(SGE-245L).
• Certified standard: EN1760-2 (Safety Edge Standard)
Be sure to read the “Safety Precautions” on
page 17.
Model Number Structure
Ordering process
SGE series safety edges are custom order products according to customer's equipment or application.
Select a product and specifications as shown in the following steps, and contact your OMRON representative.
Step 1. Models
Select a cross-sectional shape of a safety edge (sensor).
Select the most appropriate model to the equipment used, considering actuation distance (amount of compression required from an application of
pressure to the safety edge to detection), and actuation force (compression force at the actuation distance).
Five series with different cross-sectional shapes are provided.
Code
Model
125
225
245
245L
365
SGE-125
SGE-225 *2
SGE-245
SGE-245L
SGE-365
60
66
46
Shape
46
25
25
2.8
5.5
5.5
5.5
10.5
1.3
2.5
2.5
7
15
9
2.5
9
17
20
25
17
20
25
2.5
9
2.5
15.5
17.6
35.2
17
20
25
Actuation
2.6 mm
distance *1
3.9 mm
7.4 mm
5.2 mm
Actuation
force *1
57 N
68 N
78 N
42 N
*1. Values of actuation distance and actuation force are characteristic values tested according to EN 1760-2 using a test object of ϕ80 mm and
actuating point C3 under a test temperature of 20°C and test speed v = 10 mm/s. Refer to “Characteristics” on page 11 for details.
*2. The SGE-225 can be used for finger protection.The actuation force is 20 N when the SGE-225 is used for finger protection.
(Characteristic values tested according to EN 1760-2 using a test object of ϕ20 mm and actuating point C3 under a test temperature of 20°C
and test speed v = 10 mm/s)
Note: 1. For the differences in characteristics, refer to “Specifications” on page 9.
2. Models with sealing cover to reduce liquid splash to the inside and outside of the door are available (SGE-245L). These models can be
used in applications where sensors are installed on moving doors of machines.
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Step 2. Wiring Configuration and Cable Termination
Determine a wiring configuration according to the number of safety edges (sensor) in series. (Up to 5 safety edges can be connected in series.)
There are five types of cable termination for both ends of the safety edge. The method can be selected from the combinations of 2-wire cable,
cable with M8 connector (male or female), and terminating resistor as shown below.
Configuration
No.
Outline drawing
0
2-wire cable
2
2-wire cable
Wiring configuration and cable termination
2-wire cable
Safety edge
Safety edge
Terminating resistor
Connector cable (male)
3
Connector cable (female)
Safety edge
Connector cable (male)
4
Safety edge
Terminating resistor
Connector cable (female)
2-wire cable
5
Safety edge
2-wire cable on both sides
2-wire cable on one side, terminating resistor on the other side
(8.2kΩ 0.25W) *
Connector cable on one side (male), connector cable on the
other side (female)
Connector cable on one side (male), terminating resistor on the
other side (8.2kΩ 0.25W) *
2-wire cable on one side, connector cable on the other side
(female)
Note: 1. To connect safety edges in series, two types of methods are available : Using a 2-wire cable or M8 connector.
2. To connect with an edge controller, a 2-wire cable should be used. There is no polarity.
* Use of a terminating resistor is required on one side of the last series-connected safety edge.
Configuration Example
Using one safety edge (Configuration No. 2 x 1)
Connected
Terminating resistor
Safety Edge
Config. No. 2
SCC Edge Controller
Using two safety edges
Connecting using 2-wire cables
Connecting using connectors
(Config. No. 0 x 1) + (Config. No. 2 x 1)
Connected
(Config. No. 5 x 1) + (Config. No. 4 x 1)
Connected
Safety Edge
Config. No. 0
Terminating resistor
Connected Connector cable (female)
Safety Edge
Connector cable (male)
Safety Edge
Safety Edge
Config. No. 2
Config. No. 5
SCC Edge Controller
Terminating resistor
Config. No. 4
SCC Edge Controller
Using N safety edges
Connecting using 2-wire cables
(Config. No. 0 x (N - 1)) + (Config. No. 2 x 1)
Connected
Connected
Safety Edge
Config. No. 0
Connected
Safety Edge
Safety Edge
Config. No. 0
Config. No. 0
Terminating resistor
Safety Edge
Config. No. 2
SCC Edge Controller
Connecting using connectors
(Config. No. 5 x 1) + (Config. No. 3 x (N-2)) + (Config. No. 4 x 1)
Connector cable
(female)
Connected
Safety Edge
Config. No. 5
Connector cable
(male)
Connector cable Connector cable Connector cable
(female)
(female)
(male)
Safety Edge
Safety Edge
Config. No. 3
Config. No. 3
Connector cable
(male)
Terminating resistor
Safety Edge
Config. No. 4
SCC Edge Controller
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SGE/SCC
Step 3. Sensor Length
Determine the length of a safety edge.
0150
The length can be selected from
mm minimum* to
6100
mm maximum with increments of 10 mm.
* When the length is less than 1,000 mm, zero "0" is added on the top of the number to make it four digits.
Note: The user cannot cut the safety edge.
Step 4. Mounting Base
Aluminum base is used to mount a safety edge (sensor) to equipment. Select one from the following.
Model
SGE-125
Code
None
SGE-225/245
None
3.3
SGE-365
L
13
None
L
15
13
15
9
14
Shape
14
14
14
15
25
35
16
17.6
25
35
Note: A base with more than 1.2 m is cut and split before delivery as shown below.
Sensor length = LEN (mm)
Mounting base cut length (mm)
0150 to 1200
LEN
No. of split bases
1
1210 to 2400
1/2 LEN
2
2410 to 3600
1/3 LEN
3
3610 to 4800
1/4 LEN
4
4810 to 6000
1/5 LEN
5
6010 to 6100
1/6 LEN
6
(Example) When the sensor length LEN is 2,700 mm, three 900 mm mounting bases will be provided.
Step 5. Cable Length and Cable Termination
Step 6. Direction of Cable Connection
Determine the cable length of both ends of the safety edge.
Determine the direction of the cable that is connected to the Safety Edge.
The length can be selected from
10000
00100
mm minimum to
mm maximum with increments of 100 mm.
Direction of Cable Connection
Code
Note: 1. For internal terminal registor side, there is no cable. Cable
length is not specified.
2. Code length is indicated by five digits. Add 00 on the top the
number for 100 mm or more and less than 1,000 mm, add 0
for 1,000 mm or more and less than 10,000 mm.
Determine the cable termination method for both ends of a safety
edge and add a code at the end of the cable length.
Code
SGE-225
SGE-245(L)
SGE-365
SGE-125
The cables are connected
to the right side of the
Safety Edge.
The cables are connected
to the bottom of the Safety
Edge.
None
6
6
Specification
C
2-wire cable
M
Connector cable (male)
F
Connector cable (female)
Note: When using a terminating resistor, cable termination method is
not required to be selected.
5
5
The cables are connected
to the right side of the
Safety Edge.
R
―
6
5
The cables are connected
to the left side of the
Safety Edge.
L
6
The cables are connected
to the left side of the
Safety Edge.
6
5
5
Note: Refer to “Model Number Legend” for 5 and 6 in the above table.
Orders can be customized by selecting items from Step 1 to 6.
Also see "Model Number Legend" on the following page.
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SGE/SCC
Model Number Legend
Safety Edge
SGE - −−−−−−
@@@@ - @
@@@@ @
− - −−−−−−
−
1
2
3
@@@@@@ - @@@@@@@
−−−−−−−−−
−−−−−−−−−− @
−
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Code Config. No. Code Code
(4 digits) (None/L)
(3 to 4 digits)
5
6
7
Code
(6 digits)
Code
(None/6 digits)
Code
(None/L/R)
Model
Specification
1. Type
5 and 6. Cable Length and Cable Termination
Cross-section dimensions
(including standard mounting base) *
125
15 mm x 34 mm
225
25 mm x 39 mm
245
25 mm x 60 mm
245L
25 mm x 74 mm (including sealing cover)
365
35 mm x 80 mm
* For dimensions including L-shaped base, refer to "Dimensions/
Terminal Arrangement" on page 14.
When the configuration number of "2" is 2 or 4, specify "5" only, when
it is 0, 3, or 5, specify "5" and "6" (on account of cable termination on
both sides).
Code
Terminal code C: 2-wire cable M: Connector cable (male)
F: Connector cable (female)
0
2. Wiring Configuration and Cable Termination
2
Configuration No.
Specification
0
2-wire cable on both sides
2-wire cable on one side, terminating resistor on the
2
other side
Connector cable on one side (male),
3
connector cable on the other side (female)
Connector cable on one side (male), terminating
4
resistor on the other side
2-wire cable on one side, connector cable on the
5
other side (female)
3
4
5
7. Direction of Cable Connection
Direction of Cable Connection
SGE-125
Other models
Right (standard)
Bottom (standard)
−
Right
Left
Left
Code
None
R
L
3. Sensor Length
Code
4-digit
number
5
6
Cable Length
Terminal
Cable Length
Terminal
(5 digits)
code
(5 digits)
code
00100 to 10000
00100 to 10000
C
C
(in increments of 100 mm)
(in increments of 100 mm)
Terminating
00100 to 10000
C
None
(in increments of 100 mm)
resistor
00100 to 10000
00100 to 10000
M
F
(in increments of 100 mm)
(in increments of 100 mm)
Terminating
00100 to 10000
M
None
(in increments of 100 mm)
resistor
00100 to 10000
00100 to 10000
C
F
(in increments of 100 mm)
(in increments of 100 mm)
Config.
No. of 2
Specification
0150 to 6100 mm (in increments of 10 mm)
Edge Controller
−8
4. Mounting Base
SCC-@
Code
Specification
None
Standard Mounting Base
L
L-shaped Mounting Base
Note: Only the Standard Mounting Base is available for the SGE-125.
8. Type
Code
Specification
The auxiliary output is one-shot timer output that
turns ON between two and three second after the
application of pressure to the safety edge.
While pressure is applied to the safety edge, the
auxiliary output is kept ON.
1224
1224ND
Selection Example 1
SGE-225-2-1500 500C
Step 1
Sequence
25mm
Location
Step 2
Terminating
resistor
2-wire cable
Step 3
Step 4
1,500mm
Cross-sec.
of base
14mm
Cross-sec.
of sensor
25mm
25mm
2-wire cable
Safety edge
Category
Code/Config. No.
Step 5
500mm
Terminating
resistor
1. Type
2. Config. No.
3. Sensor Length
4. Mounting Base
5. Cable Length and Cable Termination
225
2
1500
None
00500C
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Selection Example 2
SGE-245-5-0700L 01000C-00500F
Step 1
Sequence
25mm
2-wire cable
Location
46mm
Connector cable
(female)
700mm
Code/Config. No.
1,000mm
500mm
2-wire cable
Connector cable
(female)
Cross-sec.
of base
16mm
Cross-sec.
of sensor
25mm
Safety edge
Category
14mm
1. Type
2. Config. No.
3. Sensor Length
4. Mounting Base
245
5
0700
L
5. Cable Length and 6. Cable Length and
Cable Termination Cable Termination
01000C
00500F
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Ordering Information
Edge Controller
Appearance
Safety
output
Auxiliary output
Ratings
Terminal
Model
SPST-NO
(One-shot timer that turns ON between
two and three seconds after the
application of pressure to the safety edge)
DPST-NO
SCC-1224
24 VDC
Screw terminals
SPST-NO
(Kept ON during the application of
pressure to the safety edge)
SCC-1224ND
Safety Edge
Appearance
Cross-sectional
dimensions
(including a standard
mounting base) * 1
Actuation
distance
*2
Material
15 mm x 34 mm
2.6 mm
TPE
25 mm x 39 mm
3.9 mm
25 mm x 60 mm
7.4 mm
Specification
(Cable)
Model
SGE-125-@-@
@ (-@)
SGE-225-@-@ (L)
@ (-@)
SGE-245-@-@ (L)
@ (-@)
SGE-245L-@-@ (L)
@ (-@)
SGE-365-@-@ (L)
@ (-@)
EPDM
25 mm x 60 mm
25 mm x 74 mm
(including sealing cover)
35 mm x 80 mm
5.2 mm
*1. For dimensions including L-shaped base, refer to "Dimensions/Terminal Arrangement" on page 14.
*2. Values of actuation distance are characteristic values tested according to EN 1760-2 using a test object of ϕ80 mm and actuating point C3
under a test temperature of 20°C and test speed v = 10 mm/s. Refer to "Characteristics" on page 11 for details.
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SGE/SCC
Specifications
Edge Controller
Model
Item
SCC-1224
SCC-1224ND
Safety edge inputs
Up to five series connections on the safety edges
Response time
13 ms max.
Power supply voltage
115 VAC±5%, 3.3 VA or 24 VDC±10%, 1.5 VA
Safety output
DPST-NO (Rated resistive load: 250 VAC/30 VDC 4A)
Auxiliary output
SPST-NO
SCC-1224: One-shot timer that turns ON between two and three seconds after the application of pressure to the
safety edge
SCC-1224ND: Kept ON during the application of pressure to the safety edge
(Rated resistive load: 250 VAC, 2.5 A/30 VDC, 2.5 A
Terminating resistor
8.2 kΩ
Ambient operating
temperature
-20 to 50°C (With no icing or condensation)
Degree of protection
IP20
Terminal type
Screw terminals
Terminal tightening torque
0.5 to 0.6 N·m
Mounting method
DIN rail mounted
Weight (factory-set)
210 g
Safety Edge
Model
Item
SGE-125
SGE-245
SGE-245L
SGE-225 *4
SGE-365
Material *1
TPE
EPDM
Material hardness
65 Shore A
68 Shore A
Max. length of a single
safety edge
6.1 m
Actuation distance *2
2.6 mm
3.9 mm
7.4 mm
5.2 mm
Actuation force *2
42 N
57 N
68 N
78 N
Maximum allowable load
500N
Overtravel distance *2
(400 N)
9.5 mm
6.7 mm
18.3 mm
33.8 mm
Maximum operation angle
2 x 30°
Inactive end region *3
20 mm
Connecting cable
2 conductors, 0.34 mm2, Allowable bending radius: R38mm
Cable Specifications
Type
: PUR (Polyurethane) Round lead cable
External diameter
: 3.5 dia.
Number of conductors
: 2 conductors
Cross-section of conducto : 0.34 mm2
Insulator diameter
: 1.2 dia.
Mechanical durability
10,000 operations min.
Ambient temperature
During operation: -10 to 55°C (with no icing), During storage: -25 to 75°C (with no icing)
2 x 45°
40 mm
20 mm
Operating ambient humidity 0 to 90%RH
Degree of protection
IP65
Unit weight
0.18 kg/m
0.51 kg/m
0.77 kg/m (SGE-245)
0.82 kg/m (SGE-245L)
1.10 kg/m
*1. TPE: Thermoplastic Elastomer
EPDM: Ethylene Propylene Rubber
*2. Values of actuation distance and actuation force are characteristic values tested according to EN 1760-2 using a test object of ϕ80 mm and actuating point C3
under a test temperature of 20°C and test speed v = 10 mm/s. Refer to “Characteristics” on page 11 for details.
*3. There is an inactive region (including an end cap) in both ends of the safety edge.
End cap
inactive region
End cap
inactive region
*4. The SGE-225 can be used for finger protection.The actuation force is 20 N when the SGE-225 is used for finger protection.
(Characteristic values tested according to EN 1760-2 using a test object of ϕ20 mm and actuating point C3 under a test temperature of 20°C and test speed v =
10 mm/s)
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Mechanical Force
Chemical Resistance
Material
TPE
Model
SGE-125
Features Strength * 1
Tear Strength
(Resistance)
Ultimate Tensile
Strength
Rebound
Elasticity at 20°C
Resistance
Against
Permanent
Deformation
Abrasion
Elongation at
Tear
Cold Flexibility
Note: 1 = Excellent
2 = Very good
3 = Good
4 = Fair
5 = Poor
6 = Very poor
2
3
4
5
EPDM
SGE-225, SGE-245,
SGE-365
6 1 2 3 4 5
3
3
3
3
2
Material
Model
6
2
3
4
2
3
3
4
5
3
2
2
Environmental Resistance
Material
TPE
Model
Features Tolerance *
Heat Stability
Oxidation
Stability
UV Stability
Weather/Ozone
Resistance
Flame
Resistance
Gas Permeability
Note: 1 = Excellent
2 = Very good
3 = Good
4 = Fair
5 = Poor
6 = Very poor
10
SGE-125
1
2
3
4
4
5
EPDM
SGE-225, SGE-245,
SGE-365
6 1 2 3 4 5
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
3
6
6
4
TPE
SGE-125
EPDM
SGE-225, SGE-245,
SGE-365
6 1 2 3 4 5
1 2
2
2
Features Effects * 1 2 3 4 5
Water Resistance 1
Diluted Acids
1
Diluted Bases
1
Non-Oxidizing
2
Acids
Oxidizing Acids
2
ASTM Oil #3
2
Vegetable Oils
1 2
Organic Solvents
Ester Solvents
2 3
Ketone Solvents
2 3
(Containing Oxygen)
Aliphatic
Hydrocarbons
Solvents (Gasoline)
Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Hydrocarbons
2 3
Alcohol
1
1
Note: 1 = No Effects, Permanent Contact
2 = Few Effects, Some Contact
3 = Medium Effects, Some Contact
4 = Noticeable Effects, Reduced Contact
5 = Severe Effects, Very Brief Contact
6 = Extreme Effects, Avoid Contact
6
2
4
6
5
2
2
3
5
5
6
6
SGE/SCC
Characteristics
Force Distance
SGE-225: Characteristic Values for Test Speed v = 10 mm/s)
Test Temperature +20°C
Safety
output
Closed
Force
(N)
Force - Curve
Switching - Point
B2
B1
A
Safety
output
Open
SB
Distance
(mm)
SV-250N
SV-400N
SGE-125
: : Characteristic Values for Test Speed V = 10 mm/s
Test Temperature
SGE-125: Characteristic Values for Test Speed V = 100 mm/s)
+20°C
Test Temperature
+20°C
Actuating Force FA (N)
42
Actuating Force FA (N)
43
Actuating Distance SB (mm)
2.6
Actuating Distance SB (mm)
6.4
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 250N in mm
8.1
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 250N in mm
7.7
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 400N in mm
9.5
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 400N in mm
8.6
Note: Tested according to EN 1760-2, test object of ϕ80mm,
actuating point C3.
Note: Tested according to EN 1760-2, test object of ϕ80mm,
actuating point C3.
SGE-225: Characteristic Values for Test Speed V = 10 mm/s)
SGE-225: Characteristic Values for Test Speed V = 100 mm/s)
+20°C
Test Temperature
Actuating Force FA (N)
57
Actuating Force FA (N)
63
Actuating Distance SB (mm)
3.9
Actuating Distance SB (mm)
4.4
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 250N in mm
2.3
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 250N in mm
2.7
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 400N in mm
6.7
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 400N in mm
7.2
Test Temperature
+20°C
Note: Tested according to EN 1760-2, test object of ϕ80mm,
actuating point C3.
Note: Tested according to EN 1760-2, test object of ϕ80mm,
actuating point C3.
SGE-245: Characteristic Values for Test Speed V = 10 mm/s)
SGE-245: Characteristic Values for Test Speed v = 100 mm/s)
Test Temperature
+20°C
Test Temperature
+20°C
Actuating Force FA (N)
68
Actuating Force FA (N)
83
Actuating Distance SB (mm)
7.4
Actuating Distance SB (mm)
7.8
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 250N in mm
15.8
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 250N in mm
15.2
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 400N in mm
18.3
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 400N in mm
17.7
Note: Tested according to EN 1760-2, test object of ϕ80mm,
actuating point C3.
Note: Tested according to EN 1760-2, test object of ϕ80mm,
actuating point C3.
SGE-365: Characteristic Values for Test Speed V = 10 mm/s)
SGE-365: Characteristic Values for Test Speed V = 100 mm/s)
Test Temperature
+20°C
Test Temperature
+20°C
Actuating Force FA (N)
78
Actuating Force FA (N)
107
Actuating Distance SB (mm)
5.2
Actuating Distance SB (mm)
6.2
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 250N in mm
29.8
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 250N in mm
28.3
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 400N in mm
33.8
Overtravel Distance
Sv at 400N in mm
32.7
Note: Tested according to EN 1760-2, test object of ϕ80mm,
actuating point C3.
Note: Tested according to EN 1760-2, test object of ϕ80mm,
actuating point C3.
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SGE/SCC
Installation
Safety edges must only be installed by authorized persons.
1. To facilitate installation of the safety edge, the mounting base may
only be attached to even surfaces. If the safety edge is mounted in
a bend, the radius must not be less than the specified minimum.
6. In order to make fitting the safety edge easier, the mounting base
and the safety edge should be sprayed with soapy water. Once the
soap suds have evaporated, the safety edge is firmly fitted in the
aluminum base. To prevent a subsequent slipping of the safety
edge, talcum powder, oils or similarly durable lubricants must not
be used.
2. The mounting base must be fitted with countersunk screws or
rivets. A diameter of 4 mm is sufficient. The holes of 4.5 mm must
be evenly distributed over the entire length of the mounting base
with distances between them not exceeding 300 mm. They have
to be countersunk according to the screw size.
For SGE-225/245 (L-shaped)
For SGE-365 (L-shaped)
7. Safety edges with a C-base (SGE-365) have to be clipped with
one side into the mounting base. Then press in the complete cbase. Pulling or pushing the safety edge into the mounting base
can cause damage to the safety edge and should be avoided at all
costs.
When using SGE-125, drill a pilot hole to the groove such that the
head of a countersunk screw can go through (approx. 8 mm).
For SGE-125
C-base
8. Safety edges with T-bases (SGE-125/-225/-245/-245L) have to be
inserted from the side along the groove of the mounting base.
3. Pan- or round-head screws should not be used. Otherwise the
connecting wire in the mounting base could be damaged.
T-base
4. In order to lead the connecting wire through the mounting base, an
8 mm hole has to be drilled in the appropriate place. Carefully
remove the burr from both sides.
5. The connecting wire and the cable end with the terminal resistor
have to be placed in the mounting base.
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Any other methods of fastenings are only permitted on prior
agreement with the manufacturer.
SGE/SCC
Connections
Internal Connection Diagram
SCC-1224
SCC-1224ND
S11 S12
A1
Z1 Z2
13 23 31
AC power
supply
circuit
A2
Main circuit
B1
DC power
supply
circuit
B2
X1 X2
14 24 32
Wiring for input/output
SCC-1224
SCC-1224ND
Z1,Z2
Reset input
S11,S12
Manual/auto reset switch input
B1,B2
DC power supply input
X1,X2
Safety edge input
Z1 Z2 S11 S12
B1 B2 X1 X2
Power LED indicator (Green)
Active LED indicator (Yellow)
Error LED indicator (Red)
Auxiliary output LED indicator
(Orange)
Power
Actuate
Fault
Aux. Output
SCC-1224
A1 A2 31 32
13 14 23 24
A1,A2
AC power supply input
31,32
Auxiliary output
13,14
Safety output 1
23,24
Safety output 2
Jumper
Note: A jumper is set between terminal 14 and 23 in the default settings.
Remove the jumper if safety output 1 and 2 are not connected in series.
Terminals
Signal
name
Terminal
name
Safety edge
input
X1, X2
Manual/
auto reset
switch input
S11, S12
DC power
supply input
Operation
Wiring
Connect to SGE Safety Edge.
Connect a 2-wire cable to SGE Safety Edge. There is no polarity.
• For auto reset, open the terminal between S11 and S12 (Default setting)
• For manual reset, short-circuit the terminal between S11 and S12.
Switch between auto reset and manual reset.
B1, B2
Power supply input terminals to be used with DC power supply.
Open when using them with AC power supply.
Reset
input
Z1, Z2
Input terminals for reset switch (NO contact)
.
Connect to pushbutton switch or key switch.
They do not need to be connected for auto reset mode.
AC power
supply input
A1, A2
Power supply input terminals to be used with AC power supply.
Open when using them with DC power supply.
Auxiliary
output
31-32
Safety
output 1
13-14
Safety
output 2
23-24
• SCC-1224
Operates as one-shot delay timer that closes contacts after
power is turned ON or when the SGE safety edge operates, Open when not used.
and open after 2 seconds or less than 3 seconds.
Do not use this contact for safety circuits.
• SCC-1224ND
Contacts close when the SGE safety edge operates, and keeps
closed until the safety edge returns to its normal operation.
Turn the output ON or OFF according to safety edge inputs and
reset inputs.
Open when not used.
A jumper is set between terminal 14 and 23 in the default settings.
Remove the jumper if safety output 1 and 2 are not connected in
series.
LEDs
Name
Description
Power supply LED
indicator (Green)
Lights when the power supply is ON.
Active LED indicator
(Yellow)
Lights when pressure is applied to the SGE safety edge, blinks during interlock state.
When pressure is released, the interlock is reset and turned OFF.
Error LED indicator (Red)
Lights when a wiring error of the safety edge occurs such as cable disconnection
of the SGE safety edge, contact failure of terminal X1 and X2 of the SCC edge controller,
or when a terminating resistor is not connected to the safety edge.
Auxiliary output LED
indicator (Orange)
Lights when pressure is applied to the SGE safety edge, and blinks when an auxiliary output contact is closed (auxiliary output ON)
.
SCC-1224: Lights OFF after 2 seconds or more/less than 3 seconds.
SCC-1224ND: Keeps ON while pressure is applied to the SGE safety edge.
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SGE/SCC
Dimensions/Terminal Arrangement
(Unit: mm)
Edge Controller
SCC-1224
SCC-1224ND
Terminal Arrangement
Z1 Z2 S11 S12
B1 B2 X1 X2
Z1 Z2 S11 S12
B1 B2 X1 X2
Power
Actuate
Fault
Aux. Output
Power
99
Actuate
Fault
Aux. Output
SCC-1224
A1 A2 31 32
13 14 23 24
A1 A2 31 32
13 14 23 24
22.5
114
Safety Edge
SGE-125
25
2.8
1.3
2.5
7
15
SGE-225
25
5.5
2.5
9
17
20
25
SGE-245
SGE-245L
60
46
46
5.5
2.5
9
14
5.5
2.5
17
20
9
17
20
25
25
SGE/SCC
SGE-365
66
10.5
2.5
15.5
17.6
35.2
Mounting Bases
For SGE-125
3.3
1.5
9
15
For SGE-225/245
For SGE-225/245 L-shaped
13
13
14
2
14
2
25
16
25
For SGE-365
For SGE-365 L-shaped
15
15
14
2
14
2
35
17.6
35
Connectors
Connector (male) Terminal code: M
Connector (female) Terminal code: F
Pin arrangement
35.4
Pin arrangement
33.9
4(Black)
M8×1 12
1(Brown)
3(Blue)
12
4(Black)
3(Blue)
1(Brown)
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SGE/SCC
Application Examples
PL/safety category
Model
Stop category
Reset
0
Manual/Auto
Safety Edge/Edge Controller SGE+SCC
Safety Door Switch D4GS-N/D4NS/D4BS
Safety Relay Unit G9SB
PLe/3 equivalent
(A Safety Relay Unit or Safety Controller other than the G9SB can be used.)
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 power supply to the motor M is turned OFF when pressure is applied to the edge.
• The power supply to the motor M is turned OFF when the S2 detects that the guard is opened.
• The power supply to the motor M is kept OFF until pressure is not applied to the edge (, the reset switch S1 is pressed for manual reset) and the guard is closed.
S2
OPEN
SCC auto reset
No short-circuit
S11 S12
Z1 Z2
Feedback loop
KM1
S1
KM2
AC power supply
S11 S12
A1
Z1 Z2
A1 T11 T12
13 23 31
T31 T32
A1
A2
A2
B1
24 VDC
B2
0V
+
−
B1
13
23
K1
G9SB-2002-A
SCC-1224
SCC-1224ND
(Manual reset/DC power supply)
A2 T21 T22
B2
X1 X2
K2
14
24
KM1
KM2
14 24 32
S1: Reset switch
S2: Safety door switch
KM1 and KM2: Magnet contactor
M1: 3-phase motor
SGE
Safety Edge
KM1
KM2
M
8.2 kW
Note 1: This figure shows the SGE Safety Edge with no pressure on it and the S1 reset switch before it is pressed.
2: There is no polarity for X1 and X2.
Timing Chart (SCC Auto Reset)
Timing Chart (SCC Manual Reset)
Pressured
Not pressured
Pressured
SGE
Not pressured
safety edge
Safety door switch S2
Safety door switch S2
SCC edge controller
13-14, 23-24
Reset switch S1
SGE
safety edge
SCC-1224
Edge Controller
31-32
SCC-1224ND
Edge Controller
31-32
SCC edge controller
13-14, 23-24
2 to 3s
2 to 3s
SCC-1224
Edge Controller 31-32
2 to 3s
G9SB
13-14, 23-24
SCC-1224ND
Edge Controller 31-32
KM1 and KM2 (NC)
G9SB
13-14, 23-24
KM1 and KM2 (NO)
KM1 and KM2 (NC)
KM1 and KM2 (NO)
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2 to 3s
SGE/SCC
Safety Precautions
!WARNING
Always verify the operation of the safety functions before
starting the system. Not doing so many result in the safety
functions not performing as expected if the wiring or
settings are incorrect or the switches have failed.
Do not drop the switch. Doing so may damage the switch
and the system may continue to operate, possibly
causing injury or death.
WARNING
Edge Controller
Serious injury may possibly occur due to breakdown
of safety outputs.
Do not connect loads beyond the rated value to the
safety outputs.
Serious injury may possibly occur due to loss of
required safety functions.
Serious injury may occur due to loss of required
safety functions. Do not use the Safety Edge with
logics that the operation of the mat might turn ON the guarded
equipment. Use the Safety Edge with logics by which safety
outputs turn OFF in a hazardous state.
Serious injury may possibly occur due to loss of
required safety functions.
Wire the Edge Controller properly so that supply
voltages or voltages for loads do NOT touch the
safety outputs accidentally.
Precautions for Safe Use
Edge Controller
(1) Be sure to turn OFF the power before performing wiring. Do not
touch any of the terminals while the power is being supplied. Doing
so may result in electric shock.
(2) Do not perform wiring when there is a risk of lightning. Doing so
may result in electric shock.
(3) Apply the specified voltage to input terminals. Applying a different
voltage may prevent proper operation and may result in product
damage or burning.
(4) Use a power supply of the specified voltage. Do not use power
supplies with large ripples or power supplies that intermittently
generate incorrect voltages.
(5) Do not under any circumstances, use the product for loads that
exceed the product's contact ratings, such as the switching
capacity (switching voltage and switching current.) During so may
not only result in faulty insulation, contact deposition, contact
failure, or other problems affecting product performance, it may
also result in damage or burning.
(6) Relay durability depends greatly on the switching conditions.
Confirm operation under the actual conditions in which the Relay
will be used. Make sure the number of switching operations is
within the permissible range. If a Relay is used after performance
has deteriorated, it may result in insulation failure between circuits
and burning of the Relay itself.
(7) Do not use the product in locations subject to explosive or
flammable gases. Doing so may cause combustion or explosion
due to Relay heating or arcing during switching.
(8) Do not drop the product or use components that have been
disassembled. Doing so may not only adversely affect
performance characteristics, it may also result in damage.
(9) Connect a fuse to the Switch in series to protect the Switch from
short-circuit damage or ground faults. Not doing so may result in
damage.
Safety Edge
Safety Edge
Serious injury may possibly occur due to loss of
required safety functions.
When using a safety edge, design a safety system
counting the velocity and weight of detecting objects.
(1) Be sure to turn OFF the power before performing wiring. Doing so
may result in electric shock.
(2) Do not perform wiring when there is a risk of lightning. Doing so
may result in electric shock.
(3) Do not use the product in locations subject to explosive or
flammable gases. Doing so may cause combustion or explosion
due to Relay heating or arcing during switching.
(4) Do not drop the product or use components that have been
disassembled. Doing so may not only adversely affect
performance characteristics, it may also result in damage.
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SGE/SCC
Precautions for Correct Use
Edge Controller
(1) Handle with care
Do not drop the product or expose it to excessive vibration or
mechanical shock. The product may be damaged and may not
function properly.
(2) Adhesion of solvent
Do not allow organic solvents, such as alcohol, thinner,
trichloroethane, or gasoline, to come into contact with the product.
Such solvents make the markings on the Edge Controller illegible
and cause deterioration of parts.
(3) Storage and operating conditions
Do not store or use the products under the following conditions.
1. In direct sunlight
2. At ambient temperatures not between -20 and 55°C
3. At relative humidity not exceeding 90% or under temperature
changes that could causes condensation
4. At air pressure out of the range of 86 to 106 kPa
5. In corrosive or combustible gases
6. Where subject to vibration or mechanical shock beyond the
rated values
7. Where subject to contact with water, oil, or chemicals
8. In an atmosphere containing excessive dust, saline, or metal
powder
(4) Wiring
1. Use the following to wire to the Edge Controller.
• Stranded wire (Flexible wire): 0.75 to 1.5 mm2
• Solid wire: 0.75 to 1.5 mm2
• Strip the cover of wire no longer than 7 mm.
• Terminal tightening torque: 0.5 to 0.6 N·m
2. Ground the negative side of the power supply. A controller
with the positive side grounding will not work.
(5) Mounting of multiple Edge Controllers
Place the safety edges farther than 25 mm from the nearest SCC.
(6) Mounting of the Edge Controller to DIN rails
Use end plates (PFP-M: sold separately) on both ends of SCC.
Safety Category
The Safety Edge is certified for PLe and Safety Category 3 when used
with an SCC-series Edge Controller. The Safety Edge is certified for
PLd and Safety Category 3 when used with a G9SP-series Safety
Controller.
To implement a Safety Category 3 and PLd safety circuit with an
external safety relay or magnet contactor connected, a safety
controller is required separately when using the Safety Edge with an
SCC-series Edge Controller.
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(7) This is a Class A product (Product in industrial setting). Use of the
product in residential setting may cause radio disturbance. In such
case, take appropriate measures.
Safety Edge
(1) Make sure to use the Safety Edge SGE series in combination with
the Edge Controller SCC series or Safety controller G9SP series.
(2) Handle with care
1. Do not drop the product or expose it to excessive vibration or
mechanical shock. The product may be damaged and may
not function properly.
2. Do not apply loads on a certain location of the Safety Edge for
a long period of time. It may damage the Safety Edge.
3. Do not use the Safety Edge submerged in water or in
locations continuously subject to splashes of water.
(3) Adhesion of solvent
Do not allow organic solvents, such as alcohol, thinner,
trichloroethane, or gasoline, to come into contact with the product.
Such solvents make the markings on the Edge Controller illegible
and cause deterioration of parts.
(4) Storage and operating conditions
Do not store or use the products under the following conditions.
1. In direct sunlight
2. At ambient temperatures not between -25 and 75°C
3. At air pressure out of the range of 86 to 106 kPa
4. In corrosive or combustible gases
5. Where subject to vibration or mechanical shock beyond the
rated values
6. Where subject to contact with water, oil, or chemicals
7. In an atmosphere containing excessive dust, saline, or metal
powder
(5) Mounting of the Safety Edge
1. Use dedicated mounting brackets to install the Safety Edge.
2. Do not install the Safety Edge on an environment with a
projection. Install it on a flat surface.
3. Do not pull the cables to lift or move the Safety Edge.
4. Do not use the Safety Edge with a cover on it.
(6) This is a Class A product (Product in industrial setting). Use of the
product in residential setting may cause radio disturbance. In such
case, take appropriate measures.
Standards
SGE-@
EN1760-2
EN ISO13849-1
SCC-@
EN ISO13849-1 PLe/Safety Category 3
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