Compact Photoelectric Sensor with Built-in Amplifier E3Z-LS CSM_E3Z-LS_DS_E_9_2 Distance-settable Sensor Unaffected by Workpiece Color and Background • Distance-settable triangulation model unaffected by color. • Simple positioning settings using a clear LED spot. (E3Z-LS@3/LS@8) • Detect minute steps. For the most recent information on models that have been certified for safety standards, refer to your OMRON website. Be sure to read Safety Precautions on page 8. Ordering Information Sensors Sensing method (Refer to Dimensions on page 10.) Appearance Red light Connection method Sensing distance (white paper) 20 mm 40 mm Pre-wired (2 m) Model NPN output PNP output E3Z-LS61 2M *1 E3Z-LS81 2M *1 E3Z-LS66 E3Z-LS86 E3Z-LS63 2M E3Z-LS83 2M *2 E3Z-LS68 E3Z-LS88 200 mm Incident light level threshold (fixed) BGS (at min. setting) BGS (at max. setting) FGS (at min. setting) Connector (M8, 4 pins) FGS (at max. setting) Distancesettable Pre-wired (2 m) 2 mm 20 mm 80 mm BGS (at min. setting) BGS (at max. setting) Connector (M8, 4 pins) *1. M12 Standard Pre-wired Connector Models are also availavble. When ordering, add "-M1J 0.3M" to the end of the model number (e.g., E3Z-LS61-M1J 0.3M). The cable is 0.3 m long. *2. M12 Pre-wired Smartclick Connector Models are also availavble. When ordering, add "-M1TJ 0.3M" to the end of the model number (e.g., E3Z-LS83-M1TJ 0.3M). The cable is 0.3 m long. Accessories (Order Separately) Mounting Brackets 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) Cable specification Appearance Straight *1 Standard M8 cable L-shaped *1 *2 Type of cable 2m 5m 2m 5m Model XS3F-M421-402-A 4-wire XS3F-M421-405-A XS3F-M422-402-A XS3F-M422-405-A *1. The connector will not rotate after connecting. *2. The cable is fixed at an angle of 180° from the sensor emitter/receiver surface. 1 E3Z-LS Ratings and Specifications Sensing method Model NPN output Item PNP output Sensing distance Distance-settable E3Z-LS61 E3Z-LS66 E3Z-LS63 E3Z-LS68 E3Z-LS81 E3Z-LS86 E3Z-LS83 E3Z-LS88 BGS White or black paper (100 × 100 mm): 20 mm to set dis2 mm to set distance (80 mm max.) tance FGS White paper (100 × 100 mm): Set distance to 200 mm min. Black paper (100 × 100 mm): Set distance to 160 mm min. ----- Setting range White paper (100 × 100 mm): 40 to 200 mm Black paper (100 × 100 mm): 40 to 160 mm White paper (25 × 25 mm): 20 to 80 mm Differential travel 10% of set distance max. (Refer to Differential Travel vs. Sensing Distance on page 4.) 2% of set distance max. Reflectivity characteristic (black/white error) 10% of set distance max. 5% of set distance max. Light source (wavelength) Red LED (680 nm) Red LED (650 nm) Power supply voltage 12 to 24 VDC ±10%, ripple (p-p): 10% max. Current consumption 30 mA max. Control output Load power supply voltage: 26.4 VDC max., Load current: 100 mA max. (residual voltage 1 V max.), Open collector output (NPN or PNP depending on model) Light-ON/Dark-ON switch selectable BGS/FGS selection BGS: Open or connected to GND FGS: Connected to Vcc Protection circuits Reversed power supply polarity protection, Output short-circuit protection, Mutual interference prevention Response time Operate or reset: 1 ms max. Distance setting 5-turn endless adjuster Ambient illumination (Receiver side) Incandescent lamp: 3,000 lx max.; Sunlight: 10,000 lx max. Ambient temperature range Operating: −25 to 55°C, Storage: −40 to 70°C (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 at 50/60 Hz for 1 minute 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 for 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions Degree of protection IP67 (IEC 60529) Connection method Pre-wired (standard lengths: 2 m and 0.5 m) Indicators Operation indicator (orange), Stability indicator (green) Weight (packed state) Pre-wired Sensors, 2 m: Approx. 65 g Material Connector (M8, 4 pins) Approx. 20 g Case PBT (polybutylene terephthalate) Lens Modified polyarylate resin Accessories BGS: Open or connected to GND Pre-wired (standard lengths: 2 m and 0.5 m) Connector (M8, 4 pins) Pre-wired Sensors, 2 m: Approx. 65 g Approx. 20 g Instruction manual (Mounting Brackets must be ordered separately.) 2 E3Z-LS Engineering Data (Reference Value) Operating Range Set distance: 40 mm, 200 mm Sensing object: White paper, 100 x 100 mm Y 6 X 4 200-mm setting 2 40-mm setting 0 50 100 150 200 20 Y 15 200-mm setting 40-mm setting 5 0 250 Distance X (mm) −2 Set distance: 40 mm, 200 mm Sensing object: White paper, 100 x 100 mm X 10 Operating range Y (mm) 8 E3Z-LS@3/LS@8 FGS Operating range Y (mm) Operating range Y (mm) E3Z-LS@1/LS@6 BGS 200 400 600 −4 −10 −6 −15 −8 −20 800 Distance X (mm) −5 3 Set distance: 80 mm Sensing object: White paper, 100 x 100 mm 2 Y 1 80 mm 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 −1 −2 Distance X (mm) −3 Spot Diameter vs. Sensing Distance E3Z-LS@3/LS@8 Spot diameter (mm) Spot diameter (mm) E3Z-LS@1/LS@6 20 18 16 14 12 4.5 4.0 3.5 3.0 2.5 10 2.0 8 1.5 6 1.0 4 0.5 2 0 50 100 150 200 250 0 300 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Sensing distance (mm) Sensing distance (mm) Close-range Characteristics 250 E3Z-LS@3/LS@8 Set distance: 40 mm Set distance: 200 mm 199 mm 185 mm 200 150 Sensing distance (mm) Sensing distance (mm) E3Z-LS@1/LS@6 90 Set distance: 20 mm Set distance: 80 mm 80 80.1mm 70 79.6mm 60 50 40 100 30 50 40 mm 20.2mm 36 mm 20.1mm 20 10 0 0 mm 9 mm 4 mm 9 mm White paper White paper Black paper Black paper Material 0 0mm 0mm White paper White paper 4.8mm 12.6mm Black paper Black paper Material 3 E3Z-LS Differential Travel vs. Sensing Distance E3Z-LS@3/LS@8 10 Differential travel (%) Differential travel (%) E3Z-LS@1/LS@6 9 8 7 Black paper 6 5.0 4.5 4.0 3.5 3.0 5 2.5 4 2.0 3 1.5 Black paper White paper 2 1.0 1 White paper 0.5 0 50 100 150 200 250 0.0 20 40 60 80 100 Sensing distance (mm) Sensing distance (mm) Sensing Object Angle Characteristics 20 Horizontal Set distance: 40 mm, 200 mm Sensing object: White paper, 100 mm x 100 mm 15 10 200-mm set distance 5 40-mm set distance 0 −5 Vertical Inclination −10 Rate of sensing distance change (%) Rate of sensing distance change (%) E3Z-LS@1/LS@6 Vertical 20 Set distance: 40 mm, 200 mm Sensing object: White paper, 100 mm x 100 mm 15 10 40-mm set distance 5 0 Horizontal Inclination −5 −10 +θ +θ −15 −20 −40 −30 Center line −20 −θ −15 −θ Sensing object Sensing object −10 0 10 20 30 40 200-mm set distance −20 −40 Center line −30 −20 −10 0 10 20 30 40 Inclination θ (°) Inclination θ (°) E3Z-LS@3/LS@8 Horizontal 20 Set distance: 20 mm, 80 mm Sensing object: White paper, 100 mm x 100 mm 15 10 5 20-mm set distance 80-mm set distance 0 −5 −10 Sensing object 20 Center line Set distance: 20 mm, 80 mm Sensing object: White paper, 100 mm x 100 mm 15 10 20-mm set distance 0 −5 Sensing object Horizontal Center line −15 Center +θ −θ line −30 −20 Inclination −10 0 10 20 30 40 Inclination θ (°) 80-mm set distance 5 −10 Vertical −15 −20 −40 Rate of sensing distance change (%) Rate of sensing distance change (%) Vertical −20 −40 Inclination +θ −θ −30 −20 −10 0 10 20 30 40 Inclination θ (°) 4 E3Z-LS FGS Mode Set Distance Black Paper Sensing range (mm) Sensing range (mm) E3Z-LS@1/LS@6 White Paper 800 700 600 500 800 700 600 500 400 400 300 300 200 200 100 100 0 50 100 150 200 250 0 300 50 100 150 200 250 300 Set distance (mm) Set distance (mm) Sensing Distance vs. Sensing Object Material E3Z-LS@1/LS@6 50 Set Distance of 200 mm using White Paper Sensing distance (mm) Sensing distance (mm) Set Distance of 40 mm using White Paper 40 30 240 200 160 120 20 80 10 40 0 0 White Veneer Cardpaper board Black Black SUS paper rubber Mirror surface White Veneer Cardpaper board Black Black SUS paper rubber Material Mirror surface Material E3Z-LS@3/LS@8 30 Set Distance of 80 mm using White Paper Sensing distance (mm) Sensing distance (mm) Set Distance of 20 mm using White Paper 20 100 80 60 40 10 20 0 0 White Veneer Card- Black Black paper board paper rubber SUS Mirror surface Material White Veneer Card- Black Black paper board paper rubber SUS Mirror surface Material 5 E3Z-LS I/O Circuit Diagrams Distance threshold (set distance) NEAR Incident light level threshold (not settable) FAR Note: The VERY FAR region is supported only for FGS. The incident light level threshold is fixed and cannot be set. VERY FAR Only for FGS mode NPN Output Model Operation mode Timing charts NEAR Light-ON Operation indicator (orange) Output transistor Dark-ON ON OFF ON NEAR FAR Operation ON indicator OFF (orange) ON Output transistor OFF ON Load (e.g., relay) OFF (Between brown (1) and black (4) leads) NEAR Light-ON E3Z-LS61 E3Z-LS66 Dark-ON BGS/FGS selection method Output circuit FAR ON OFF Load (e.g., relay) OFF (Between brown (1) and black (4) leads) E3Z-LS61 E3Z-LS66 E3Z-LS63 E3Z-LS68 Operation selector L side (LIGHT ON) BGS: Either leave the pink wire (2) open or connect it to the blue D side wire (3). (DARK ON) Operation indicator (orange) ON OFF ON OFF ON Load (e.g., relay) OFF (Between brown (1) and black (4) leads) NEAR FAR VERY FAR Operation ON indicator (orange) OFF ON Output transistor OFF ON Load (e.g., relay) OFF (Between brown (1) and black (4) leads) 1 Pink 2 Photoelectric Sensor Main Circuit (Control output) Black 4 Blue 3 L side (LIGHT ON) FGS: Connect the pink wire (2) to the brown wire (1). 12 to 24 VDC FGS Load (relay) 100 mA max. BGS ZD FAR VERY FAR Operation indicator (orange) Output transistor Brown Stability indicator (green) 0V Connector Pin Arrangement 2 1 4 3 D side (DARK ON) 6 E3Z-LS PNP Output Operation mode Model NEAR Light-ON Operation selector Timing charts Operation indicator (orange) Output transistor Dark-ON ON OFF ON NEAR FAR Operation ON indicator OFF (orange) ON Output transistor OFF ON Load (e.g., relay) OFF (Between blue (3) and black (4) leads) NEAR Light-ON Operation indicator (orange) Output transistor L side (LIGHT ON) BGS: Either leave the pink wire (2) open or connect it to the blue D side wire (3). (DARK ON) ON OFF Brown Stability indicator (green) Photoelectric Sensor Main Circuit 1 Black 4 (Control output) Pink 2 Blue ON OFF ON OFF ON Load (e.g., relay) OFF (Between blue (3) and black (4) leads) 100 mA max. Load (relay) BGS 0V Connector Pin Arrangement FGS: Connect the pink wire (2) to the brown wire (1). FAR VERY FAR Operation indicator (orange) Output transistor 12 to 24 VDC FGS ZD 3 L side (LIGHT ON) ON OFF NEAR Dark-ON Operation indicator (orange) FAR VERY FAR ON Load (e.g., relay) OFF (Between blue (3) and black (4) leads) E3Z-LS81 E3Z-LS86 Output circuit FAR ON OFF Load (e.g., relay) OFF (Between blue (3) and black (4) leads) E3Z-LS81 E3Z-LS86 E3Z-LS83 E3Z-LS88 BGS/FGS selection method 2 1 4 3 D side (DARK ON) Plugs (Sensor I/O Connectors) M8 connector Pin arrangement Wire color 4 3 2 1 Brown White Blue Black 1 2 3 4 XS3F-M421-402-A XS3F-M421-405-A XS3F-M422-402-A XS3F-M422-405-A Classification DC Wire color Brown Connector pin No. 1 White 2 Blue Black 3 4 Application Power supply (+V) BGS/FGS selection Power supply (0 V) Output Nomenclature Set distance adjuster (5-turn endless adjustment) Stability indicator (green) Operation indicator (orange) Operation selector 7 E3Z-LS Safety Precautions Refer to Safety Precautions of the E3Z and Warranty and Limitations of Liability. WARNING This product is not designed or rated for ensuring safety of persons either directly or indirectly. Do not use it for such purposes. Caution Do not connect an AC power supply to the Sensor. If AC power (100 VAC or more) is supplied to the Sensor, it may explode or burn. Precautions for Safe Use Be sure to abide by the following precautions for the safe operation of the Sensor. ● Wiring Power Supply Voltage and Output Load Power Supply Voltage Make sure that the power supply to the Sensor is within the rated voltage range. If a voltage exceeding the rated voltage range is supplied to the Sensor, it may explode or burn. Load Short-circuiting Do not short-circuit the load, otherwise the Sensor may be damaged. Connection without Load Do not connect the power supply to the Sensor with no load connected, otherwise the internal elements may explode or burn. ● Operating Environment Do not use the Sensor in locations with explosive or flammable gas. Precautions for Correct Use Do not use the product in atmospheres or environments that exceed product ratings. ● Designing Power Reset Time The Sensor is ready to operate 100 ms after the Sensor is turned ON. If the load and Sensor are connected to independent power supplies respectively, be sure to turn ON the Sensor before supplying power to the load. ● Wiring Avoiding Malfunctions If using the Sensor with an inverter or servomotor, always ground the FG (frame ground) and G (ground) terminals, otherwise the Sensor may malfunction. ● Mounting Mounting the Sensor • If Sensors are mounted face-to-face, make sure that the optical axes are not in opposition to each other. Otherwise, mutual interference may result. • Always install the Sensor carefully so that the aperture angle range of the Sensor will not cause it to be directly exposed to intensive light, such as sunlight, fluorescent light, or incandescent light. • Do not strike the Photoelectric Sensor with a hammer or any other tool during the installation of the Sensor, or the Sensor will lose its water-resistive properties. • Use M3 screws to mount the Sensor. • When mounting the case, make sure that the tightening torque applied to each screw does not exceed 0.54 N·m. M8 Connector • Always turn OFF the power supply to the Sensor before connecting or disconnecting the metal connector. • Hold the connector cover to connect or disconnect it. If the XS3F is used, always tighten the connector cover by hand. Do not use pliers. If the connector is not connected securely, it may be disconnected by vibration or the proper degree of protection of the Sensor may not be maintained. The appropriate tightening torque is 0.3 to 0.4 N·m. If other commercially available connectors are used, follow the recommended connector application conditions and recommended tightening torque specifications. Mounting Directions • Make sure that the sensing side of the Sensor is parallel with the surface of the sensing objects. Normally, do not incline the Sensor towards the sensing object. Sensing side Surface of sensing object If the sensing object has a glossy surface, however, incline the Sensor by 5° to 10° as shown in the illustration, provided that the Sensor is not influenced by background objects. • If there is a mirror-like object below Glossy object the Sensor, the Sensor may not operate stably. Therefore, incline the Sensor or separate the Sensor from the mirror-like object as shown below. Sensing object Mirror-like object 8 E3Z-LS • Do not install the Sensor in the wrong direction. Refer to the following illustration. ● Adjusting Indicator Operation Distance threshold (settable) Unstable NEAR Stable NEAR Sensing object Sensing object Moving Moving direction direction Sensing object Incident light level threshold (not settable) Not sufficient incident light margin Unstable FAR Stable FAR NEAR region FAR region Slightly insufficient incident light Very insufficient incident light VERY NEAR region (for FGS only) Moving direction Install the Sensor as shown in the following illustration if each sensing object greatly differs in color or material. BGS Stability (green) ON OFF Operation (orange) ON OFF Stability (green) ON OFF ON L/ON D/ON Operation (orange) OFF FGS Stability (green) ON OFF Operation (orange) ON OFF ON L/ON Moving direction Moving direction Stability (green) D/ON Operation (orange) OFF ON OFF Note: 1. If the stability indicator is lit, the detection/no detection status is stable within the rated ambient operating temperature (−25 to 55°C). 2. The VERY FAR region is supported only for FGS. The incident light threshold is fixed and cannot be set. The distance to the incident light threshold depends on the color and gloss of the sensing object's surface. ● Inspection and Maintenance Cleaning Never use paint thinners or other organic solvents to clean the surface of the product. 9 E3Z-LS (Unit: mm) Dimensions Tolerance class IT16 applies to dimensions in this datasheet unless otherwise specified. Pre-wired Models E3Z-LS61 E3Z-LS81 E3Z-LS63 E3Z-LS83 12 Operation Indicator (orange) 7.3 Connector Models E3Z-LS66 E3Z-LS86 E3Z-LS68 E3Z-LS88 8.4 Set distance adjuster 12 Operation Indicator (orange) 7.3 Operation selector Stability indicator (green) 8.4 Set distance adjuster Operation selector Stability indicator (green) 10.8 2.1 Receiver Lens 7 dia. 2.8 20 3 10.8 2.1 2.8 Receiver Lens 7 dia. 18.7 31 8 25.4 18.7 31 Emitter Lens 7 dia. 20 3 Emitter Lens 7 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 and 0.5m 25.4 8 10.4 Two, M3 M8 connector 9.75 Terminal No. Specifications 1 +V 2 BGS/FGS switchable 3 0V 4 Output 10 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. OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ABOUT NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCTS. 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