Safety-door Switch D4NS/D4NS-SK CSM_D4NS_D4NS-SK_DS_E_8_2 Multi-contact, Labor-saving, Environment-friendly, Nextgeneration Safety-door Switch • Lineup includes three contact models with 2NC/1NO and 3NC contact forms and MBB models in addition to the previous contact forms 1NC/1NO, and 2NC. • M12-connector models are available, saving on labor and simplifying replacement. • Standardized gold-clad contacts provide high contact reliability. Applicable to both standard loads and microloads. • Variety of metallic heads available. Slide keys Be sure to read the “Safety Precautions” on page 13. Safety Door Switchs For the most recent information on models that have been certified for safety standards, refer to your OMRON website. Model Number Structure Model Number Legend Switch (Standard type) Switch (High pull-force type) D4NS-@@@ D4NS-@@F-SJ 1 2 3 1. Conduit/Connector size 1:Pg13.5 (1-conduit) 2:G1/2 (1-conduit) 4:M20 (1-conduit) 6:G1/2 (2-conduit) 8:M20 (2-conduit) 9:M12 connector (1-conduit) 1 2 1. Conduit size 2:G1/2 (1-conduit) 4:M20 (1-conduit) 2. Built-in Switch A:1NC/1NO (slow-action) B:2NC (slow-action) C:2NC/1NO (slow-action) D:3NC (slow-action) E:1NC/1NO (MBB contact) F:2NC/1NO (MBB contact) 3. Head Mounting Direction F:Four mounting directions possible (Front-side mounting at shipping)/plastic D:Four mounting directions possible (Front-side mounting at shipping)/metal 2. Built-in Switch A:1NC/1NO (slow-action) B:2NC (slow-action) C:2NC/1NO (slow-action) D:3NC (slow-action) Operation Key D4DS-K@ 1 1. Operation Key Type 1:Horizontal mounting 2:Vertical mounting 3:Adjustable mounting (Horizontal) 5:Adjustable mounting (Horizontal/Vertical) Note: An order for the head part or the switch part alone cannot be accepted. (The Operation Key is sold separately.) 1 D4NS/D4NS-SK Ordering Information Switches (Operation Keys are sold separately.) : Models with certified direct opening contacts. Consult with your OMRON representative when ordering any models that are not listed in this table. Type Contact configuration 1NC/1NO 2NC Slow-action 2NC/1NO 1-Conduit 3NC 1NC/1NO Slow-action MBB contact 2NC/1NO 1NC/1NO 2NC Slow-action 2NC/1NO 2-Conduit 3NC 1NC/1NO Slow-action MBB contact 2NC/1NO 1-Conduit, with connector Slow-action Slow-action MBB contact Conduit opening/Connector D4NS-1AF * G1/2 D4NS-2AF * M20 D4NS-4AF Pg13.5 D4NS-1BF * G1/2 D4NS-2BF * M20 D4NS-4BF Pg13.5 D4NS-1CF * G1/2 D4NS-2CF * M20 D4NS-4CF Pg13.5 D4NS-1DF * G1/2 D4NS-2DF * M20 D4NS-4DF Pg13.5 D4NS-1EF G1/2 D4NS-2EF M20 D4NS-4EF Pg13.5 D4NS-1FF G1/2 D4NS-2FF M20 D4NS-4FF G1/2 D4NS-6AF M20 D4NS-8AF G1/2 D4NS-6BF M20 D4NS-8BF G1/2 D4NS-6CF M20 D4NS-8CF G1/2 D4NS-6DF M20 D4NS-8DF G1/2 D4NS-6EF M20 D4NS-8EF G1/2 D4NS-6FF M20 D4NS-8FF D4NS-9AF 1NC/1NO 2NC M12 connector 1NC/1NO 1NC/1NO 2NC 1-Conduit Slow-action (High pull-force type) 2NC/1NO 3NC Model Pg13.5 D4NS-9BF D4NS-9EF G1/2 D4NS-2AF-SJ * M20 D4NS-4AF-SJ * G1/2 D4NS-2BF-SJ * M20 D4NS-4BF-SJ * G1/2 D4NS-2CF-SJ * M20 D4NS-4CF-SJ * G1/2 D4NS-2DF-SJ * M20 D4NS-4DF-SJ * * Models with Korean S-mark certification. 2 D4NS/D4NS-SK Operation Keys Type Model Horizontal mounting D4DS-K1 Vertical mounting D4DS-K2 Adjustable mounting (Horizontal) D4DS-K3 Adjustable mounting (Horizontal/Vertical) D4DS-K5 Slide Keys Appearance Specifications Contents Model Applicable Door Switch Weight: 422 g Slide Key: 1 Mechanical durability: Auxiliary mounting bracket: 1 20,000 operations min. Receptacle bracket: 1 D4NS-SK01 D4NS 1-conduit type Slide Key: 1 D4NS mounting tool: 1 Inner lever: 1 Weight: 2,800 g Inner lever mounting screws: 2 Mechanical durability: Door Switch mounting one-way screws: 2 20,000 operations min. Switch protective cover: 1 Switch protective cover screws: 4 Disable-prevention cover (already mounted on Slide Key): 1 D4NS-SK30 D4NS 1-conduit type 3 D4NS/D4NS-SK Slide Keys D4NS-SK01 Configration Ideal for 20 x 20-mm aluminum frame doors D4NS-SK01 D4NS 1-conduit type Can be mounted directly to a 20 x 20 mm aluminum frame. Can be mounted directly to a 20 x 20 mm aluminum frame. 1 Release door lock. 4 Lock door. 2 Open door. 3 Close door. Note: The D4NS-9AF Safety-door Switch (with M12 connector) is sold separately. Note: Assess risk before implementing safety measures for the equipment. 4 D4NS/D4NS-SK D4NS-SK30 Configration For safety measures on large doors D4NS-SK30 D4NS 1-conduit type Close door. Magnetic catches prevent the operator from accidentally opening the door. Open door. Operation display window lets you visually confirm Key insertion. The handle-shaped fixture makes it easy to use the Door Switch. L-shaped key guard prevents Key from being damaged. Open door. Set the disableprevention cover with a pad lock to prevent an operator from disabling the open condition. ANSI/RIA R15.06-1999 8.4 Protection of personnel within the safeguarded space Personnel required to perform tasks within the safeguarded space shall be protected by: a) Preventing the re-initiation of any motion or hazardous process while personnel are within the safeguarded space, for example locking a gate open; 5 D4NS/D4NS-SK Specifications Standards and EC Directives Direct opening travel *4 Conforms to the following EC Directives: Contact resistance 25 mΩ max. Machinery Directive Low Voltage Directive EN50047 EN60204-1 EN ISO 14119 GS-ET-15 Minimum applicable load *5 1 mA resistive load at 5 VDC (Nlevel reference value) Rated insulation voltage (Ui) 300 V Rated frequency 50/60 Hz Protection against electric shock Class II (double insulation) Certified Standards 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 • • • • • • Certification body Standard File No. TÜV SÜD EN60947-5-1 (certified direct opening) Consult your OMRON representative for details. UL *1 UL508, CSA C22.2 No.14 E76675 CQC (CCC) GB14048.5 2003010305077330 KOSHA *2 EN60947-5-1 Consult your OMRON representative for details. Between each 6 kV terminal and non-current carrying metallic parts *1. Certification for CSA C22.2 No. 14 is authorized by the UL mark. *2. Only certain models have been certified. Certified Standard Ratings TÜV (EN60947-5-1), CCC (GB14048.5) Utilization category Item 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. 10 mm min. Insulation resistance 100 MΩ min. Contact gap 2 × 2 mm min. Vibration resistance Malfunction 10 to 55 Hz, 0.75 mm single amplitude Shock resistance Destruction 1,000 m/s2 min. Malfunction 300 m/s2 min. Conditional short-circuit current 100 A (EN60947-5-1) Conventional free air thermal 10 A (EN60947-5-1) current (Ith) UL/CSA (UL508, CSA C22.2 No. 14) Ambient operating temperature −30 to 70°C (with no icing) A300 Ambient operating humidity 95% max. Weight Approx. 96 g (D4NS-1CF) 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 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 Characteristics Degree of protection *1 IP67 (EN60947-5-1) Durability *2 Mechanical <Standard type> 1,000,000 operations min. <High pull-force type> 100,000 operations min. Electrical <Standard type> 500,000 operations min. (3 A resistive load at 250 VAC) *3 300,000 operations min. (10 A resistive load at 250 VAC) <High pull-force type> 100,000 operations min. (10 A resistive load at 250 VAC) Operating speed 0.05 to 0.5 m/s Direct opening force *4 <Standard type> 60 N min. <High pull-force type> 80 N min. Note: 1. The above values are initial values. 2. 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. *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 D4NS 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 more details, consult your OMRON representative. *3. Do not pass the 3 A, 250 VAC load through more than 2 circuits. *4. These figures are minimum requirements for safe operation. *5. This value will vary with the switching frequency, environment, and reliability level. Confirm that correct operation is possible with the actual load beforehand. 6 D4NS/D4NS-SK Structure and Nomenclature Structure [email protected]@, [email protected]@, [email protected]@, [email protected], [email protected] Operation key hole [email protected]@, [email protected]@, [email protected]@, [email protected], [email protected] Head The head can be mounted in four directions. Sealing properties The switch casing ensures IP67 Terminal 11 Terminal 12 Terminal 31 (33) Terminal 32 (34) Terminal 11 Terminal 12 Terminal 21 Terminal 22 Terminal 31 (33) Terminal 32 (34) Note: The 2-conduit models have the same terminal arrangement. Contact Form Model Diagrams Show State with Key Inserted. Contact Contact form 11-12 33-34 Zb [email protected]@ [email protected] [email protected]@ [email protected] 1NC/1NO 11 12 33 34 11 12 31 32 Zb [email protected]@ [email protected] 2NC/1NO 11 12 21 22 33 34 Zb [email protected]@ [email protected] 3NC 11 12 21 22 31 32 [email protected]@ 1NC/1NO MBB * 11 12 33 34 Zb [email protected]@ 2NC/1NO MBB * Stroke Extraction completion position Operation Key insertion completion position Stroke Operation Key insertion completion position Extraction completion position 11-12 21-22 33-34 ON Stroke Extraction completion position Operation Key insertion completion position 11-12 21-22 31-32 ON Stroke Operation Key insertion completion position 11 12 21 22 33 34 Stroke Extraction completion position 11-12 21-22 33-34 NC contacts 11-12 and 31-32 have a certified direct opening mechanism. The terminals 11-12 and 31-32 can be used as unlike poles. NC contacts 11-12 and 21-22 have a certified direct opening mechanism. The terminals 11-12, 21-22, and 33-34 can be used as unlike poles. NC contacts 11-12, 21-22, and 31-32 have a certified direct opening mechanism. The terminals 11-12, 21-22, and 31-32 can be used as unlike poles. Extraction completion position ON Operation Key insertion completion position Only NC contacts 11-12 have a certified direct opening mechanism. The terminals 11-12 and 33-34 can be used as unlike poles. ON 11-12 33-34 Zb Remarks ON 11-12 31-32 Zb 2NC Operating pattern Only NC contacts 11-12 have a certified direct opening mechanism. The terminals 11-12 and 33-34 can be used as unlike poles. ON NC contacts 11-12 and 21-22 have a certified direct opening mechanism. Stroke Operation Key insertion completion position Extraction completion position The terminals 11-12, 21-22 and 33-34 can be used as unlike poles. * MBB (Make Before Break) contacts have an overlapping structure, so that before the normally closed contact (NC) opens, the normally open contact (NO) closes. 7 D4NS/D4NS-SK Dimensions (Unit: mm) Dimensions and Operating Characteristics 1-Conduit Models Head cap [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] 7.5 Model 15.3 Red Operating characteristics 30.6 15.5 30.2 Key insertion force Key extraction force 4.4 41 33.5 2.5 Black 55 47±0.2 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] 21.5 20±0.1 22±0.1 2.15±0.05R mounting holes 6±3 mm 6±3 mm Total travel (TT) (28 mm) (28 mm) 60 N min. 10 mm min. 80N min. 10mm min. * Always maintain the above operating characteristics for safe use. 14.2 30 22±0.2 31 15N max. (50N max.) Pretravel (PT) Direct opening force * Direct opening stroke * 31.5 15 N max. 30 N max. [email protected] [email protected] Two, 4+0.15 dia. holes 0 depth: 5 2-Conduit Models Head cap [email protected] [email protected] 7.5 31.5 30.6 42±0.1 40±0.1 30.2 15.3 Red Model Operating characteristics 21.5 15.5 Key insertion force Key extraction force 4.4 Black 41 47 33.5 5.4 2.5 20.5 20±0.1 39±0.2 9±0.2 Cap (both sides) 42±0.2 56 max. 2.15±0.05R mounting holes 14.2 3 30 4+0.15 0 Two, depth: 5 15 N max. 30 N max. Pretravel (PT) 6±3 mm Total travel (TT) (28 mm) Direct opening force * Direct opening stroke * 25 dia. 22±0.1 [email protected] [email protected] 60 N min. 10 mm min. * Always maintain the above operating characteristics for safe use. dia. holes 1-Conduit Connector Models Head cap [email protected] 7.5 Red 30.6 15.5 30.2 15.3 Operating characteristics Key insertion force Key extraction force 4.4 Black Model [email protected] 15 N max. 30 N max. 41 33.5 Pretravel (PT) 6±3 mm Total travel (TT) (28 mm) 2.5 55 47±0.2 21.5 20±0.1 22±0.1 31.5 2.15±0.05R mounting holes M12 × 1 Two, depth: 5 dia. holes Direct opening force * Direct opening stroke * 60 N min. 10 mm min. * Always maintain the above operating characteristics for safe use. (14) 22±0.2 31 4+0.15 0 14.2 30 Note: 1. Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions. 2. There are fluctuations in the contact ON/OFF timing for Switches with multiple poles (2NC, 2NC/1NO, or 3NC). Confirm performance before application. 8 D4NS/D4NS-SK Operation Keys D4DS-K1 17.5 14 D4DS-K3 28 28 Angle adjustment screw 9 dia. 4 8 dia. 13 4.5 dia. 4.3 7 13 30 15 13 9 6.3 D4DS-K5 6 28 30 56 2 2 10.5 D4DS-K2 40 Black Four, 2.15R 7 30 20° 20.9 7 15 28 24.6 22.5 4 13 Mounting Holes (Enlargement) Angle adjustment screws 17 13.5 4.5 15 15° 8 30 41 2 4.3 43 55 7 13 Four, 2.15R 41 18° Black 6.5 18 43 (7) Note: Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions. Slide Keys D4NS-SK01 Main Body Auxiliary Mounting Bracket and Receptacle Bracket 40 20.5 3 12 36.5 Auxiliary mounting bracket 55 19.5 7.5 2 39.5 3 17 13 3 Two, M4 × 6 Receptacle bracket Four, M5 tap screws P=0.8 Stroke 40 70 65 65 58 5.5 dia. 45.5 45.5 60 40 30 45 Switch Mounting Pattern 1 Switch Mounting Pattern 2 74 max. 85 65 3 28 Auxiliary mounting bracket (included with product) 55 40 39.5 20 45.5 3 42.5 39.5 55 42 Assembled with D4NS 10 74 max. 3 3 Receptacle bracket (included with product) 44 (included with product) 26 58 Assembled with D4NS Two, M4 × 6 28 40 Stroke 65 70 42 60 60 40 (Stroke) 30 45 51 19.5 30 45 9 D4NS/D4NS-SK D4NS-SK30 Open Door (151) (34) Brand Name / Model / Lot No. / Country of Origin (14.2) (24) (237) Disable-prevention cover Four, 6.5 × 19 long holes Trademark (85) 72 Two, M4 56.5 (40) 66 (27) (170) (85) (168) 72 (58) (45) Sliding 17.5 Guide Two, 6.5 × 19 long holes Safety Door Switch D4NS (sold separately) 56.5 66 (35.3) Shot bolt 17.5 20 (70) (32) Lever unit (117) 8 dia. (76) (56.5) (70) (75.5) 4 4 25 dia. Switch part Handle part Closed Door (159) (R150) (19) (78) 8 dia. (13.7) (48.5) (72) 25 dia. 10 D4NS/D4NS-SK With Operation Key Inserted (Relationship between Insertion Radius and Key Hole) [email protected] + D4DS-K1 (with Top-inserted Operation Key) [email protected] + D4DS-K1 (with Front-inserted Operation Key) Red 44 to 46.5 Key insertion face (30.6) Horizontal key insertion radius R ≥ 200 Red Horizontal key insertion radius R ≥ 200 (15) (15) Black (30.6) 54.5 to 57.0 Key (41) insertion face Black Permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. The permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. Vertical key insertion radius R ≥ 200 44 to 46.5 Key insertion face Vertical key insertion radius R ≥ 200 (33.5) (8) Permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. 54.5 to 57.0 Key (41) insertion face The permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. [email protected] + D4DS-K2 (with Front-inserted Operation Key) Red 40 to 42.5 Key insertion face (30.6) [email protected] + D4DS-K2 (with Top-inserted Operation Key) Horizontal key insertion radius R ≥ 200 Horizontal key insertion radius R ≥ 200 Red (15) (15) Black Permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. 50.5 to 53.0 Key (41) insertion face Black The permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. (30.6) 40 to 42.5 Key insertion face Vertical key insertion radius R ≥ 200 (33.5) (27.5) Permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. Vertical key insertion radius R ≥ 200 (6) (8) 50.5 to 53.0 Key (41) insertion face The permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. Note: Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions. 11 D4NS/D4NS-SK [email protected] + D4DS-K3 (with Front-inserted Operation Key) Red [email protected] + D4DS-K3 (with Top-inserted Operation Key) 45 to 47.5 Key insertion face (30.6) 40 (40±0.15) Black Black Permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. (30.6) 45 to 47.5 Key insertion face Horizontal key insertion radius R ≥ 50 Red Horizontal key insertion radius R ≥ 50 55.5 to 58.0 Key insertion face (41) The permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. Vertical key insertion radius R ≥ 200 Horizontal key insertion radius R ≥ 200 (8) (33.5) Permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. 55.5 to 58.0 Key (41) insertion face The permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. [email protected] + D4DS-K5 (with Top-inserted Operation Key) [email protected] + D4DS-K5 (with Front-inserted Operation Key) Red 51.9 to 54.4 Key insertion face 43 ± 0.1 41 ± 0.1 Red (30.6) (43±0.1) (41±0.1) Black 62.4 to 64.9 Key insertion face Black Horizontal key insertion radius R ≥ 50 (30.6) 51.9 to 54.4 Key insertion face Permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. Horizontal key insertion radius R ≥ 50 (41) The permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. Vertical key insertion radius R ≥ 50 (33.5) Permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. Horizontal key insertion radius R ≥ 50 (8) (41) 62.4 to 64.9 Key insertion face The permissible difference in center lines between the Operation Key and key hole is ±1. Note: Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions. 12 D4NS/D4NS-SK Safety Precautions Be sure to read the precautions for All Safety Door Switches in the website at:http://www.ia.omron.com/. Indication and Meaning for Safe Use CAUTION Precautions for Safe Use Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury or in property damage. Supplementary comments on what to do or avoid doing, to use the product safely. Supplementary comments on what to do or avoid doing, to prevent failure to operate, or undesirable effect on product performance. Precautions for Correct Use <Safety-door Switch D4NS> !CAUTION Electric shock may occasionally occur. Do not use metal connectors or metal conduits. Precautions for Safe Use • 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.) • Always attach the cover after completing wiring and before using the Switch. Also, do not turn ON the Switch with the cover open. Doing so may result in electric shock. • Do not switch circuits for two or more standard loads (250 VAC, 3 A). Doing so may adversely affect insulation performance. Mounting Method Appropriate Tightening Torque • Loose screws may result in malfunction. Tighten the screws to the specified torques. Terminal screw 0.6 to 0.8 N·m Cover mounting screw 0.5 to 0.7 N·m Head mounting screw 0.5 to 0.6 N·m Operation Key mounting screw 2.4 to 2.8 N·m Body mounting screw 0.5 to 0.7 N·m Connector 1.8 to 2.2 N·m Cap screw 1.3 to 1.7 N·m • When loosening a screw with an electrical screwdriver or similar tool while pressing down on the screw head, do not continue turning the screw past the point where the threads disengage. Doing so may strip the end of the threads. Mounting Holes • Use M4 screws and spring washers to mount the Switch and Operation Key, and tighten the screws to a suitable torque. To ensure safety, use screws that cannot be easily removed or another means to prevent the Switch and Operation Key from easily being removed. • As shown below, two studs with a maximum height of 4.8 mm and a diameter of 4 −0.05 −0.15 mm can be provided, the studs inserted into the holes on the bottom of the Switch, and the Switch secured at four locations to increase the mounting strength. Switch Mounting Holes and Studs Operation Key Mounting Holes • 1-Conduit Modules • Horizontal/Vertical Mounting (D4DS-K1/-K2) Two, M4 Two, M4 2.5±0.1 20±0.1 22±0.1 Stopper Installation Do not use a Switch as a stopper. Be sure to install a stopper as shown in the following illustration to ensure that the base of the Operation Key does not strike the Head, and adjust the stopper to be within the setting zone (0.5 to 3 mm) of the base of the Operation Key. Do not subject the Switch to a shock that exceeds the Switch's shock resistance of 1,000 m/s2. Correct Stopper 15±0.1 47±0.1 Incorrect • Horizontal Adjustable Mounting (D4DS-K3) Two, M4 22±0.1 -0.05 4-0.15 dia. Height: 4.8 max. 40±0.1 • Horizontal/Vertical Adjustable Mounting (D4DS-K5) • 2-Conduit Modules Two, M4 Two, M4 2.5±0.1 5.35±0.1 39±0.1 41±0.1 or, 43±0.1 20±0.1 22±0.1 40±0.1 42±0.1 Operation key 42±0.1 -0.05 Switch Precautions for Correct Use 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. 4-0.15 dia. Height: 4.8 max. • Set the Operation Key so that it is within 1 mm of the center of the key hole. If the Operation Key is offset or at an angle, accelerated wear or breaking may result. • Observe the specified insertion radius for the Operation Key and insert it in a direction perpendicular to the key hole. 13 D4NS/D4NS-SK Head Direction • The rotation of the Switch head may be adjusted to any of the four directions by loosening the head mounting screws at the four corners of the head. Make sure that no foreign materials enter through the head. • Do not insert or remove the Operation Key with the Switch head removed. Doing so may make it impossible to insert the Operation Key. <Reference> The crimp terminals listed below have a thickness of 0.5 mm or less. Manufacture Type FN0.5-3.7 (F Type) J.S.T. Mfg Co. N0.5-3.7 (Straight Type) J.S.T is a Japanese manufacturer. L Securing the Door t: dz dia.: D dia.: B: L: F: I: 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. Secure the door with a stopper so that the Operation Key remains within the set zone. 0.5 mm 3.7 mm 2.9 mm 6.6 mm 19 mm D dia. 7.7 mm 8.0 mm l F B dz dia. Terminal screw Set zone (0.5 to 3 mm) Operation Key Crimp terminal Wiring Correct Wiring • When connecting with insulation tubes and M3.5 crimp terminals, connect the terminals as shown in the following figure and wire without overriding to the case and the cover. Adequate conductor size is AWG 20 to AWG18 (0.5 to 0.75 mm2). Prepare lead wires using the lengths given in the following diagrams. If lead wires are too long, they will press against the cover causing the cover to not close properly. Incorrect Pin arrangement of connector type 1 2 D4NS-9BF (2NC) 4 3 Zb 1 (11) 2 (12) 3 (31) 4 (32) D4NS-9AF (1NC/1NO) D4NS-9EF (1NC/1NO (MBB)) Zb 1 (11) 2 (12) 3 (33) 4 (34) Pin No. (Terminal No.) • Suitable socket is XS2F-D421 series (OMRON). • Refer to the Connector Catalog for corresponding Socket pin numbers and lead wire colors. 1-Conduit Models with 3 Poles AB A 11 12 B C D E C 21 22 D E 33 34 F F 42 mm 33 mm 28 mm Socket Tightening (Models with Connectors) Tolerance ±2 mm 2-Conduit Models with 3 Poles ECA A 11 12 B Left hand Right hand BD F C 21 22 D E 33 34 F BD F ECA 42 mm 42 mm 28 mm • Turn the tightening screws on the Socket by hand and tighten them until the gap between the Socket and Plug essentially disappears. • Make sure that the Socket’s connector is tightened securely, otherwise the rated degree of protection (IP67) of the D4NS may not be maintained, or the Socket connector may be loosened by vibration. 28 mm Conduit Opening Tolerance ±2 mm Tolerance ±2 mm • Do not push the crimp terminal and the likes into the opening between the parts to prevent the case from being broken and deformed. • Use terminals having the thickness of 0.5 mm or less to avoid the contact between the terminal and the Switch case inside. • Use cables with suitable diameters for the connector being used. • When wiring, place the enclosed cap screw on unused conduit openings (for 2-Conduit Switches) and tighten them to the suitable tightening torque. Recommended Connectors Use the connector with thread section of 9 mm long or less. If a connector with a longer thread section is used, the protruding part may interfere with the other parts inside the body. Use the connectors listed below to ensure IP67 degree of protection. Size Manufacture Model Applicable cable diameter G1/2 LAPP ST-PF1/2 5380-1002 6.0 to 12.0 mm Pg13.5 LAPP S-13.5 5301-5030 6.0 to 12.0 mm M20 LAPP ST-M20 × 1.5 5311-1020 7.0 to 13.0 mm When use LAPP's products, use together with a Seal Packing which is sold separately (Type names, JPK-16, GP-13.5, or GPM20) and tighten with proper tightening torque. • LAPP is a German manufacturer. 14 D4NS/D4NS-SK <Slide Keys D4NS-SK01/SK30> Technical Specifications !CAUTION D4NS-SK30 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 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. Ambient operating temperature −10 to 55°C (with no icing) Ambient operating humidity 95% max. Mechanical durability 20,000 operations min. Weight Approx. 2.8 kg (not including D4NS 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. Mounting Holes (Unit: mm) D4NS-SK30 209.5 131.5 72 72 56.5 66 Six, M6 45 30 56.5 66 20 Two, R25 (reference) Assembly Switch part D4NS-SK30 Switch mounting screw (one-way screw) Two, M4 × 25 Disable-prevention cover Precautions for Correct Use • Insert the slide handle until the red operation indicator is completely displayed in the operation display window. Switch protective cover mounting screw Four, M4 × 6 Guide Handle part Normal Insufficient insertion D4NS-SK30 Operation display window 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. • 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) 0.5 to 0.7 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 Short bolt • Use the D4NS-SK30 only with the D4NS Safety-door Switch head in the direction shown below. Operation Key Lever mounting screw Two, M4 × 8 • Use the supplied special screws to mount the operation key and D4NS 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. 15 Terms and Conditions Agreement Read and understand this catalog. Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any questions or comments. Warranties. (a) Exclusive Warranty. Omron’s exclusive warranty is that the Products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of twelve months from the date of sale by Omron (or such other period expressed in writing by Omron). Omron disclaims all other warranties, express or implied. (b) Limitations. 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NEVER USE THE PRODUCT FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE OR PROPERTY OR IN LARGE QUANTITIES WITHOUT ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE OMRON PRODUCT(S) IS PROPERLY RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM. Programmable Products. Omron Companies shall not be responsible for the user’s programming of a programmable Product, or any consequence thereof. Performance Data. Data presented in Omron Company websites, catalogs and other materials is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of Omron’s test conditions, and the user must correlate it to actual application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the Omron’s Warranty and Limitations of Liability. Change in Specifications. 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. 2015.9 In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice. OMRON Corporation Industrial Automation Company http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2015 All Right Reserved.