Transparent Object (PET Bottle) Detection Compact Photoelectric Sensor E3ZM-B CSM_E3ZM-B_DS_E_4_8 Excellent PET Bottle Detection • New detection method that is independent of bottle shape, position, and contents. • Automatic compensation against effects of contamination and temperature (except [email protected]). • Product lineup includes models with adjuster ([email protected]). • Detects transparent objects made by PET, resin, and glass. For the most recent information on models that have been certified for safety standards, refer to your OMRON website. Refer to Safety Precautions on page 10. Features P-opaquing and a Coaxial Optical System Eliminate Dependence on the Bottle's Shape, Position, Transparency, and Contents. Industry Top P-opaquing: Polarization-opaquing (Refer to page 9 for a technical description.) Patented Relative light reception (%) The E3ZM-B more than triples conventional detection performance, with outstanding stability. 120% Rate of decrease: Approx. 20% 100% 80% More than Triples the Performance Rate of decrease: Approx. 70% 60% 80 * 50 40% 30 20% 15 * 0% With no PET bottle E3ZM-B With PET bottle With no PET bottle With PET bottle Former OMRON product *Depending on the shape and position of the PET bottle. Industry Top 3 AC Function Automatically Compensates Effects of Soiling and Temperature AC3: Auto Compensation Control for Contamination (Refer to page 9 for a technical description.) Patented Parameters require resetting when static electricity causes dust to adhere to the surface of the Sensor or Reflector, or when the light emission power drops due to temperature- or time-related changes. Original OMRON light emission control technology greatly reduces the resetting work involved. Initial Condition . . . Contamination . . . Auto Compensation 1 E3ZM-B Teaching with No Workpiece Required -- Quick and Easy Setting There is no need for delicate sensitivity adjustments. Simply adjust the optical axes of the Sensor and Reflector, then press the Teaching button twice. This high-reliability design eliminates worries about variations in the sensitivity settings of different operators. Industry Top IP69K Degree of Protection with an SUS316L Housing The housing is constructed of corrosion-resistant SUS316L, and the display cover is PES (polyethersulfone) or PEI (polyetherimid). Both materials are highly resistant to the effects of detergents and disinfectants. IP69K degree of protection also allows the E3ZM-B to withstand washing with high-temperature, high-pressure water. This makes the E3ZM-B well suited to use in sites requiring a high level of hygiene. A Wide Ambient Temperature Range of −40 to 60°C This wide temperature range meets the needs of the many and diverse applications in the beverage industry. Applications Detecting Plastic Bottles Precautions for Correct Use The [email protected][email protected] are not applicable for detecting transparent objects that exhibit no birefringence, such as glass bottles. Transparent objects made of resin also exhibit little birefringence, and cannot be detected with complete stability. Check the detection stability of objects such as these prior to actual operation. 2 E3ZM-B Ordering Information Sensors [Refer to Dimensions on page 12.] Sensing method Appearance Red light Model Sensitivity Connection adjustment method Teaching type Retroreflective with MSR function One-turn adjuster type Sensing distance Pre-wired (2 m) Connector (M8, 4 pins) Pre-wired (2 m) Connector (M8, 4 pins) Pre-wired (2 m) Connector (M8, 4 pins) Pre-wired (2 m) Connector (M8, 4 pins) Special reflector Order separately NPN output PNP output E3ZM-B61 2M E3ZM-B81 2M E3ZM-B66 E3ZM-B86 E3ZM-B61-C 2M E3ZM-B81-C 2M Included 500 mm [100 mm] * Order separately E3ZM-B66-C E3ZM-B86-C E3ZM-B61T 2M E3ZM-B81T 2M E3ZM-B66T E3ZM-B86T E3ZM-B61T-C 2M E3ZM-B81T-C 2M Included E3ZM-B66T-C E3ZM-B86T-C *Values in parentheses indicate the minimum required distance between the Sensor and Reflector. Accessories Special Retroreflective Reflector (A Retroreflector is provided depending on the model number. Check the model number in the remarks column.) [Refer to Dimensions on page 12.] Name Model E39-RP1 Special Polarizing Reflector E39-RSP1 E39-RP37 Sensing distance (rated) [email protected](T)[email protected](T) Quantity Remarks 1 A Reflector is provided with the E3ZM-B@@(T)-C. A Reflector is not provided with the Sensor. 250 mm 1 A Reflector is not provided with the Sensor. The MSR function is enabled. 250 mm 1 A Reflector is not provided with the Sensor. The MSR function is enabled. 500 mm [100 mm] * [0 mm] * [0 mm] * Note: Previous OMRON Retroreflective Reflectors (E39-R1/-R1S/-R2/-R3/-R9/-R10/-R1K/-RS1/-RS2/-RS3, etc.) cannot be used with the E3ZM-B. *Values in parentheses indicate the minimum required distance between the Sensor and Reflector. 3 E3ZM-B Mounting Brackets A Mounting Bracket is not provided with the Sensor. Order a Mounting Bracket separately if required. [Refer to Dimensions on E39-L/E39-S/E39-R, E39-L@.] Appearance Model Quantity E39-L153 (SUS304) *1 Remarks Appearance Model E39-L98 (SUS304) *2 1 Quantity Remarks 1 Metal Protective Cover Bracket Mounting Brackets E39-L104 (SUS304) *1 E39-L43 (SUS304) *2 E39-L150 (SUS304) 1 1 1 set (Sensor adjuster) Easily mounted to the aluminum frame rails of conveyors and easily adjusted. For vertical angle adjustment Horizontal Mounting Bracket E39-L151 (SUS304) E39-L142 (SUS304) *2 1 Horizontal Protective Cover Bracket E39-L44 (SUS304) 1 Rear Mounting Bracket E39-L144 (SUS304) *2 1 set Compact Protective Cover Bracket 1 Note: When using Through-beam models, order one bracket for the Receiver and one for the Emitter. *1. Cannot be used for Standard Connector models with mounting surface on the bottom. In that case, use Pre-wired Connector models. *2. Cannot be used for Standard Connector models. Sensor I/O Connectors (Sockets on One Cable End) (Models for Connectors: A Connector is not provided with the Sensor. Be sure to order a Connector separately.) [Refer to Dimensions on XS3.] Size Specifications Appearance Straight *1 M8 (4 pins) Standard L-shaped *1 *2 Cable 2m 5m 2m 5m Model XS3F-E421-402-A 4-wire XS3F-E421-405-A XS3F-E422-402-A XS3F-E422-405-A Note: The outer cover of the cable is made of PVC (polyvinyl chloride), the nut is make of SUS316L stainless steel, and the degree of protection is IP67 (IEC 60529). When high-pressure washing will be used, select an I/O Connector that has IP69K degree of protection. *1. The connector will not rotate after connecting. *2. The cable is fixed at an angle of 180° from the sensor emitter/receiver surface. 4 E3ZM-B Ratings and Specifications Sensing method Model Item Retroreflective with P-opaquing (*1) and MSR functions NPN output PNP output E3ZM-B61(-C)/-B66(-C) E3ZM-B61T(-C)/-B66T(-C) (*2) E3ZM-B81(-C)/-B86(-C) E3ZM-B81T(-C)/-B86T(-C) (*2) Sensing distance 100 to 500 mm (Using E39-RP1) Standard sensing object 500-ml, transparent, round PET bottle (65-mm dia.) Directional angle Sensor: 3° to 10° Reflector: 30° Light source (wavelength) Red LED (650 nm) Power supply voltage 10 to 30 VDC, including 10% ripple (p-p) Current consumption 450 mW max. (current consumption for a 30-V power supply voltage: 15 mA max.) Control output Load power supply voltage: 30 VDC max., Load current: 100 mA max. (Residual voltage: 2 V max.) Open-collector output (NPN/PNP output depending on model) Operation mode Light ON/Dark ON cable switch selectable Protection circuits Reversed power supply polarity, Load short-circuit protection, Mutual interference prevention, and Reversed output polarity protection Response time Operate or reset: 1 ms max. Sensitivity adjustment Teaching method Ambient illumination Incandescent lamp: 3,000 lx max., Sunlight: 10,000 lx max. Ambient temperature range Operating: −40 to 60°C (*3 *4), Storage: −40 to 70°C Operating: −25 to 55°C (*3), Storage: −40 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation) (with no icing or condensation) Ambient humidity range Operating: 35% to 85%, Storage: 35% to 95% (with no condensation) Insulation resistance 20 MΩ min. at 500 VDC Dielectric strength 1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min Vibration resistance Destruction: 10 to 55 Hz, 1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 hours each in X, Y, and Z directions Shock resistance Destruction: 500 m/s2 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions Degree of protection *5 IEC IP67, DIN 40050-9: IP69K Connection method Pre-wired cable (standard length: 2 m) or M8 4-pin connector Indicators Operation indicator (yellow), Stability indicator (green), and Teaching indicator (red) Weight (packed state) Pre-wired models: Approx. 85 g Connector models: Approx. 35 g Materials Housing SUS316L Lens PMMA (polymethylmethacrylate) Indication PES (polyethersulfone) Buttons Fluoro rubber Cable PVC (polyvinyl chloride) Accessories *6 25 mA max. Light ON/Dark ON switch selectable One-turn adjuster Pre-wired models (2-m cable): Approx. 70 g Connector models: Approx. 20 g PEI (Polyetherimide) Instruction sheet, Special Reflector (E3ZM-B@@-C only) *1. For information on the P-opaquing function, refer to ➜ pages 1 and 9. *2. If a sensing object such as a glass plate is being used, the light reception level may not be attenuated sufficiently. In the following cases, be sure to test operation sufficiently under actual operating conditions. 1) If the temperature varies more than 5°C 2) If the Sensor or Reflector moves due to vibration *3. Do not bend the cable in temperatures of −25°C or lower. *4. This value applies when an E39-RP1 Reflector is used. The ambient operating temperature range when the E39-RSP1 or E39-RP37 is used is -25 to 55°C. *5. IP69K Degree of Protection Specification IP69K is a protection standard against high temperature and high-pressure water defined in the German standard DIN 40050, Part 9. The test piece is sprayed with water at 80°C at a water pressure of 80 to 100 BAR using a specified nozzle shape at a rate of 14 to 16 liters/min. The distance between the test piece and nozzle is 10 to 15 cm, and water is sprayed horizontally for 30 seconds each at 0°, 30°, 60°, and 90° while rotating the test piece on a horizontal plane. *6. Mounting Brackets must be ordered separately. 5 E3ZM-B Engineering Data (Reference Value) Parallel Operating Range (Vertical) [email protected][email protected] + E39-RP1 (Special Reflector) Distance X (m) Distance Y (mm) Parallel Operating Range (Horizontal) [email protected][email protected] + E39-RP1 (Special Reflector) 25 20 15 40 30 20 10 10 5 Y 0 −5 X −10 −10 −20 −15 −30 −20 −25 0 Y 0 X 200 400 600 800 −40 0 1000 1200 1400 1600 Distance X (m) 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 Distance X (m) Excess Gain vs. Distance [email protected][email protected] + E39-RP1 (Special Reflector) Excess gain ratio (times) 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.0 0 500 1000 1500 2000 Distance (m) Note: The AC3 function controls the excess gain ratio to be a constant multiple of 2. 500 mm 1.5 Gain 0.5 Relative amount of light received 2.5 1.0 Sensing object: Round, 65-mm-dia., 500-ml PET bottle (empty) Sensing object position A B (intermediate) C 2.0 L: Distance between Sensor and Reflector 1.5 Gain 0.5 0.0 Round, 500-ml Square, 500-ml PET bottle PET bottle Filled with water Empty Filled with water Empty Filled with water Empty No sensing object 0.0 Square, 2-l PET bottle No sensing object 1.0 250 mm 2.0 Dark Excess Gain vs. Position Operating level Relative amount of light received 2.5 Operating level Dark Excess Gain vs. Sensing Object Characteristics A A B C L = 100 mm L = 250 mm A B C L = 500 mm 6 E3ZM-B I/O Circuit Diagrams NPN Output Operation mode Model Light ON E3ZM-B61 E3ZM-B66 Dark ON Light ON E3ZM-B61T E3ZM-B66T Dark ON Operation selector switch Timing charts Incident light No incident light Operation indicator ON OFF (yellow) Output transistor ON OFF Load Operate (e.g., relay) Reset Between brown (1) and black (4) leads Connect pink lead (2) to brown lead (1). Incident light No incident light Operation indicator ON OFF (yellow) Output transistor ON OFF Load Operate (e.g., relay) Reset Between brown (1) and black (4) leads Connect pink lead (2) to blue lead (3) or leave open. Light incident Light interrupted Operation indicator ON (yellow) OFF ON Output transistor OFF Operate Load (e.g., relay) Reset (Between brown (1) and black (4) leads) L side (LIGHT ON) Light incident Light interrupted Operation indicator ON (yellow) OFF ON Output transistor OFF Operate Load (e.g., relay) Reset (Between brown (1) and black (4) leads) Output circuit Stability indicator (Green) Operation indicator (Yellow) 1 Light ON Photoelectric Sensor main circuit Teaching indicator (red) 10 to 30 VDC Brown 4 Load (Relay) Black 100 mA max. (Control output) ZD 3 2 Blue 0V Dark ON Pink M8 Connector Pin Arrangement 2 4 1 3 Operation indicator (Yellow) Brown Stability indicator (Green) (Control output) Photoelectric Sensor Main Circuit D side (DARK ON) 10 to 30 VDC 1 100 mA max. 4 Load (Relay) Black ZD Blue 3 0V PNP Output Operation mode Model Light ON Operation selector switch Timing charts Incident light No incident light Operation indicator ON OFF (yellow) Output transistor ON OFF Load Operate (e.g., relay) Reset Connect pink lead (2) to brown lead (1). Between blue (3) and black (4) leads E3ZM-B81 E3ZM-B86 Dark ON Incident light No incident light Operation indicator ON OFF (yellow) Output transistor ON OFF Load Operate (e.g., relay) Reset Connect pink lead (2) to blue lead (3) or leave open. Output circuit Operation indicator (Yellow) Stability indicator (Green) Teaching indicator (red) 1 100 mA max. (Control output) Light ON ZD Photoelectric Sensor main circuit 10 to 30 VDC Brown 4 3 2 Black Load (Relay) Blue 0V Pink Dark ON M8 Connector Pin Arrangement 2 4 1 3 Between blue (3) and black (4) leads Light ON E3ZM-B81T E3ZM-B86T Dark ON Light incident Light interrupted Operation indicator ON (yellow) OFF ON Output transistor OFF Operate Load (e.g., relay) Reset (Between blue (3) and black (4) leads) Light incident Light interrupted Operation indicator ON (yellow) OFF ON Output transistor OFF Load Operate (e.g., relay) Reset (Between blue (3) and black (4) leads) L side (LIGHT ON) Operation indicator (Yellow) Stability indicator (Green) Brown 10 to 30 VDC 1 ZD Black D side (DARK ON) Photoelectric Sensor Main Circuit (Control output) 4 100 mA max. Load (Relay) 3 Blue 0V Plugs (Sensor I/O Connectors) M8 4-pin Connectors 4 3 2 1 Wire color Brown White Blue Black 1 2 3 4 XS3F-E421-402-A XS3F-E421-405-A XS3F-E422-402-A XS3F-E422-405-A Classification Wire color Connector pin No. Brown 1 White 2 DC Blue 3 Black 4 Application Power supply (+V) Operation selection * Power supply (0 V) Output Note: The above M8 Connectors made by OMRON are IP67. Do not use them in an environment where IP69K is required. *Not available on the E3ZM-B@@T. 7 E3ZM-B Nomenclature Teaching Models E3ZM-B@ One-turn Adjuster Models [email protected] Operation indicator (yellow) Stability indicator (green) Stability indicator (Green) Operation indicator (Yellow) Sensitivity adjuster Teaching indicator (red) Teaching Method TEACH button Operation selector Note: When the Sensor is first unpacked and used, the teaching indicator (red) will flash slowly to show that teaching has not yet been done. This does not indicate a malfunction. Use the following procedure to conduct teaching. 1. Install the Sensor and Reflector and adjust the optical axis (without placing a Sensing objects between them). Then press and hold the TEACH button for at least 2 seconds. The teaching indicator (red) will start flashing quickly. Perform the following operation within 7 seconds after first starting to press the TEACH button. (After 7 seconds, the Unit will return to its initial condition.) * Flashes quickly The stability indicator (green) and operation indicator (yellow) will retain their lit or OFF status, and the teaching indicator (red) will flash. 2. Press the TEACH button again. Teaching will then begin. The teaching indicator (red) will remain lit during the teaching operation. When Teaching Is Successful The teaching indicator (red) will go out. The Unit will then enter normal operating condition. Dark ON setting Remains lit When Teaching Is Not Successful The teaching indicator (red) will flash slowly or quickly. Flashes slowly or quickly Light ON setting The teaching indicator (red) will then begin flashing even more slowly, indicating that the teaching operation should begin. Flashes even more slowly Repeat the operation starting with step 1. Note: Depending on the amount of light received, the operation indicator and stability indicator may also change during the teaching operation. 8 E3ZM-B Technical Descriptions New Technology for Detecting Transparent Objects Exhibiting Birefringence Patented P-opaquing (Polarization-opaquing) Conventional photoelectric sensors for detecting PET bottles depend on refraction due to the bottle's shape or on the attenuation of light intensity caused by surface reflection. However, it is difficult to attain a sufficient level of excess gain with these methods. The E3ZM-B utilizes the birefringent (double refraction) property of PET bottles to dramatically increase the level of excess gain. The polarization component that is disturbed by the PET bottles as they pass along the line is cut by a special and unique OMRON polarization filter. This greatly lowers the intensity of the light received to provide stable detection with simple sensitivity adjustment. “P-opaquing” is a word that was coined to refer to the process of applying polarization in order to opaque transparent objects that exhibit the property of birefringence. Conventional sensor Conventional reflector 80% Attenuation only from the PET bottle shape, refraction, and transmissivity E3ZM-B E39-RP1 Special polarization filter 30% Polarization component disturbed by birefringence The excess gain of the E3ZM-B is doubled for both light-ON and dark-ON applications. The excellent stability of the E3ZM-B prevents malfunctions from occurring even if something causes the intensity of light received to fluctuate by ±50%. Relative intensity of light received 100% Incident level while teaching Light ON excess gain = 2x Threshold 50% Dark ON excess gain = 2x 25% Minimum interrupted light level 0 Without PET bottle New Technology for Achieving Long-term Stability Patented AC3 (AC cube: Auto Compensation Control for Contamination) Note: The AC3 function cannot be used for dark-ON operation. (Not available on the [email protected]) Intensity of light received Sensitivity adjustment Threshold Time No light-receiving compensation Conventional sensor Teaching Intensity of light received Conventional photoelectric sensors with built-in amplifiers are not equipped with functions to compensate for changes in the intensity of light received caused by dust and other lens-soiling matter, ambient temperature, and changes that occur in the LED over time. This makes it comparatively difficult to achieve long-term, stable detection of objects that exhibit little change in the intensity of light received, such as transparent objects. The AC3 (AC cube) function provided on the E3ZM-B periodically feeds the intensity of light received during lightON operation back to the light-emitting circuit, to keep the intensity equal to the value set by teaching. This allows the E3ZM-B to attain long-term, stable detection while helping to cut down on maintenance requirements and improve the equipment operating ratio. With PET bottle Restores setting Setting 30 s Time Intensity of light received is compensated every 30 s. E3ZM-B 9 E3ZM-B Safety Precautions Refer to Warranty and Limitations of Liability. WARNING This product is not designed or rated for directly or indirectly ensuring safety of persons. Do not use it for such a purpose. CAUTION Do not use the product with voltage in excess of the rated voltage. Excess voltage may result in malfunction or fire. Never use the product with an AC power supply. Otherwise, explosion may result. When cleaning the product, do not apply a high-pressure spray of water to one part of the product. Otherwise, parts may become damaged and the degree of protection may be degraded. Precautions for Safe Use The following precautions must be observed to ensure safe operation of the Sensor. Operating Environment Do not use the Sensor in an environment where explosive or flammable gas is present. Connecting Connectors Be sure to hold the connector cover when inserting or removing the connector. When using an XS3F Connector, be sure to tighten the connector lock by hand; do not use pliers or other tools. If the tightening is insufficient, the degree of protection will not be maintained and the Sensor may become loose due to vibration. The appropriate tightening torque is 0.3 to 0.4 N·m. When using another, commercially available connector, follow the usage and tightening torque instructions provided by the manufacturer. Load Do not use a load that exceeds the rated load. Low-temperature Environments Do not touch the metal surface with your bare hands when the temperature is low. Touching the surface may result in a cold burn. Oily Environments Do not use the Sensor in oily environments. They may damage parts and reduce the degree of protection. Modifications Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify the Sensor. Outdoor Use Do not use the Sensor in locations subject to direct sunlight. Cleaning Do not use thinner, alcohol, or other organic solvents. Otherwise, the optical properties and degree of protection may be degraded. Cleaning Do not use highly concentrated cleaning agents. Otherwise, malfunction may result. Also, do not use high-pressure water with a level of pressure that exceeds the stipulated level. Otherwise, the degree of protection may be reduced. Surface Temperature Burn injury may occur. The Sensor surface temperature rises depending on application conditions, such as the ambient temperature and the power supply voltage. Use caution when operating or performing maintenance on the Sensor. Cable Bending Do not bend the cable in temperatures of −25°C or below. Otherwise, the cable may be damaged. 10 E3ZM-B Precautions for Correct Use Do not use the Sensor in any atmosphere or environment that exceeds the ratings. Do not install the Sensor in the following locations. (1) Locations subject to direct sunlight (2) Locations subject to condensation due to high humidity (3) Locations subject to corrosive gas (4) Locations where the Sensor may receive direct vibration or shock Connecting and Mounting (1) The maximum power supply voltage is 30 VDC. Before turning the power ON, make sure that the power supply voltage does not exceed the maximum voltage. (2) Laying Sensor wiring in the same conduit or duct as highvoltage wires or power lines may result in malfunction or damage due to induction. As a general rule, wire the Sensor in a separate conduit or use shielded cable. (3) Use an extension cable with a minimum thickness of 0.3 mm2 and less than 100 m long. (4) Do not pull on the cable with excessive force. (5) Pounding the Photoelectric Sensor with a hammer or other tool during mounting will impair water resistance. Also, use M3 screws. (6) Mount the Sensor either using the bracket (order separately) or on a flat surface. (7) Be sure to turn OFF the power supply before inserting or removing the connector. Power Supply If a commercial switching regulator is used, ground the FG (frame ground) terminal. Power Supply Reset Time The Sensor will be able to detect objects 100 ms after the power supply is tuned ON. Start using the Sensor 100 ms or more after turning ON the power supply. If the load and the Sensor are connected to separate power supplies, be sure to turn ON the Sensor first. Turning OFF the Power Supply Output pulses may be generated even when the power supply is OFF. Therefore, it is recommended to first turn OFF the power supply for the load or the load line. Load Short-circuit Protection This Sensor is equipped with load short-circuit protection, but be sure to not short circuit the load. Be sure to not use an output current flow that exceeds the rated current. If a load short circuit occurs, the output will turn OFF, so check the wiring before turning ON the power supply again. The shortcircuit protection circuit will be reset. The load short-circuit protection will operate when the current flow reaches 1.8 times the rated load current. When using a capacitive load, use an inrush current of 1.8 times the rated load current or lower. Water Resistance Do not use the Sensor in water, rainfall, or outdoors. When disposing of the Sensor, treat it as industrial waste. Mounting Diagram Mounting Bracket (order separately) E39-L104 Use a mounting torque of 0.5 N·m max. Resistance to Detergents, Disinfectants, and Chemicals • The Sensor will maintain sufficient performance in typical detergents and disinfectants, but performance may suffer in some types of detergents, disinfectants, and chemicals. Refer to the following table prior to use. • The E3ZM has passed detergent and disinfectant resistance testing for the substances listed in the following table. Use this table as a guide when considering detergents and disinfectants. Concentration Temperature Time Sodium hydroxide, NaOH 1.5% 70°C 240 h Potassium hydroxide, KOH 1.5% 70°C 240 h Phosphoric acid, H3PO4 2.5% 70°C 240 h Sodium hypochlorite, NaClO 0.3% 25°C 240 h Hydrogen peroxide, H2O2 6.5% 25°C 240 h Alkaline foaming cleansers Topax 66s (Ecolab) 3.0% 70°C 240 h Acidic foaming cleansers Topax 56 (Ecolab) 5.0% 70°C 240 h Oxonia Active 90 (Ecolab) 1.0% 25°C 240 h TEK121 (ABC Compounding) 1.1% 25°C 240 h Type Chemicals Disinfectants Product name Note: The Sensor was immersed in the above chemicals, detergents, and disinfectants for 240 h at the temperatures given, and then passed an insulation resistance test at 100 MΩ min. 11 E3ZM-B (Unit: mm) Dimensions Tolerance class IT16 applies to dimensions in this datasheet unless otherwise specified. Sensors Retro-reflective Models Pre-wired Models E3ZM-B61 E3ZM-B81 7.8 7.5 Teaching button Operation Indicator (yellow) Teaching indicator (red) Stability indicator (green) 10.8 21 2.8 1.2 3 12.7 31 25.4 Lens 6 dia. Two, M3 4 dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 4 conductors (Conductor cross section:0.2 mm2 (AWG24), Insulator diameter:1.1 mm), Standard length: 2 m Retro-reflective Models M8 Connector E3ZM-B66 E3ZM-B86 7.8 7.5 Operation Indicator (yellow) Teaching button Stability indicator (green) 10.8 Teaching indicator (red) 21 2.8 1.2 Terminal No. 25.4 Lens 6 dia. 7 4 1 3 3 12.7 31 2 Specifications 1 +V 2 Operation selection 3 0V 4 Output Two, M3 M8×1 12 E3ZM-B Retro-reflective Models Pre-wired Models E3ZM-B61T(-C) E3ZM-B81T(-C) 11.6 4.5 Sensitivity adjuster Operation Indicator (yellow) Operation selector Stability indicator (green) 10.8 21 2.8 1.2 3 12.7 31 25.4 Lens 6 dia. Two, M3 4 dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors (Conductor cross section:0.2 mm2 (AWG24), Insulator diameter:1.1 mm), Standard length: 2 m Retro-reflective Models M8 Connector E3ZM-B66T(-C) E3ZM-B86T(-C) 11.6 Sensitivity adjuster Operation Indicator (yellow) Operation selector Stability indicator (green) 10.8 4.5 21 2.8 1.2 25.4 Lens 6 dia. 7 4 1 3 3 12.7 31 2 Two, M3 Terminal No. Specifications 1 +V 2 --- 3 0V 4 Output M8×1 13 E3ZM-B Accessory Special Retroreflective Reflector E39-RP1 8.5 44 3 0.2 80 72 63.6 Reflective surface Two, 3.5 dia. Material: <Reflective surface> acrylic <Rear surface> ABS Special Retroreflective Reflector E39-RP37 Mounting bracket Reflector 13.7 8.7 (1.1) 13.7 Reflective surface: acrylic 23 18.3 10.2 18.3 23 Reflector: t 0.5 (adhesive tape side) Mounting Bracket: t 0.5 Two, R1.55 Two, 3.1 dia. Material: <Reflective surface> acrylic <Mounting plate> stainless steel (SUS301) Note: The reflective plate and mounting plate (1) come as a set. 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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. 2016.6 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 2016 All Right Reserved.