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Color Sensing
Digital Fiber Sensor
E3X-DAC-S
Easy and Reliable
The Fiber Sensor That Sees in Color
New Model with Four-color Determination for Even
More Complete Color-sensing Fiber Sensors
C olor S ensing
Color-Sensing
Engine
C olor S ensing
Easy and Reliable ... Featuring a Color-sensing Engine
The color-sensing engine uses three parameters, RGB, to process
incident light. It detects color information from the workpiece for precise
detection of color differences.
Color Detection
(Color Sensing Type)
Unstable...
R
W
hi
te
Color VS. Detection Capability
ed
Ye
llo
w
Ye -re
llo d
Ye w
llo
G w-g
re re
e
en
Bl n
ue
g
Bl re
ue e
n
Bl
ue
Pu -pu
rp rpl
e
R le
ed
-p
u
Bl
ac rple
k
Intensity Detection
(Conventional Type)
Precise
Detection
White
Red
Yellow-red
Yellow
Yellow-green
Green
Blue-green
Blue
Blue-purple
RGB ratio
Incident light
intensity
100
90
100 100 100
10
90 80
Purple
90
Red-purple
10
Black
A high-power white LED and a multi-RGB processing system combine to cover all
RGB wavelengths, enabling easy and accurate detection of workpieces without
having to use a different light source to match each one.
No Need
to Select
Changes in the three parameters are processed as a ratio, so they are
not affected by light-intensity variations due to workpiece movement.
Intensity Detection
(Conventional Type)
Resists
Movement
Color Detection
(Color Sensing Type)
Misdetection...
Incident light
intensity
80 to 130
RGB ratio
8
:
5
:
3
Digital value (%)
100%
Intensity
Detection
Affected
50%
0%
Color Detection
−50%
Not affected
−100%
−20%
−10%
0%
10%
Distance change (%)
20%
Color-Sensing
Engine
Ampl i fi e r Un i t
C olor S ensing
Thinnest in the Industry
Easy and Reliable ... Featuring a Color-sensing Engine
The color-sensing engine uses three parameters, RGB, to process
incident light. It detects color information from the workpiece for precise
detection of color differences.
Color Detection
(Color Sensing Type)
Unstable...
Ye
l
R
W
hi
te
ed
Color VS. Detection Capability
lo
w
Ye -re
llo d
Ye w
llo
G w-g
re re
e
en
Bl n
ue
Bl -gre
ue e
n
Bl
ue
Vi -vio
ol le
e
t
R t
ed
-v
Bl iole
ac
t
k
Intensity Detection
(Conventional Type)
A Slim, 10-mm-wide Amplifier Unit
Precise
Detection
10 mm
Use of a white LED and a one-package RGB light-receiving
element has made it possible to unify the Amplifier Unit,
both in size and operation, with conventional models.
If detection should become unstable, the Amplifier Unit can
be separately replaced to immediately regain stability.
White
Red
Yellow-red
Yellow
Easy and Reliable ... Ease of Use and Smart Functions
Yellow-green
Green
In addition to ensuring easy use, we have added a number of smart
functions, such as remote control to simplify setup, and twin
sensing and output to simultaneously distinguish two registered
colors. (advanced models)
Blue-green
Blue
Blue-violet
RGB ratio
Incident light
intensity
100
90
100 100 100
10
90 80
Violet
90
Red-violet
10
Reliable
Black
Setting guide function.
A high-power white LED and a multi-RGB processing system combine to cover all
RGB wavelengths, enabling easy and accurate detection of workpieces without
having to use a different light source to match each one.
First in Its Class
This function guides the user to
ensure that the workpiece is in an
appropriate position for teaching.
(Indicates OVER, OK, or LOW.)
No Need
to Select
Easy to Understand
A double display for easy, precise setting.
One push is all it takes.
Easy Setting
Easy and Reliable ... Simplified Wiring Connector Reduces Work Steps
OMRON's unique simplified wiring connectors provide
the power for each added Sensor. Up to 16 Units can
be mounted, including a combination of Digital Fiber
Sensors and other simplified wiring connector
products such as Digital Laser Sensors.
Changes in the three parameters are processed as a ratio, so they are
not affected by light-intensity variations due to workpiece movement.
Intensity Detection
(Conventional Type)
Resists
Movement
Color Detection
(Color Sensing Type)
Misdetection...
Incident light
intensity
80 to 130
RGB ratio
8
:
5
:
3
Digital value (%)
100%
Intensity
Detection
Affected
50%
0%
Color Detection
−50%
Not affected
Power is supplied through the connector,
−100%
−20%
−10%
0%
10%
Distance change (%)
20%
so only one output wire is
required. (For adding Sensors)
From left to right
Digital Fiber Sensors: E3X-NA
E3X-DA-S/MDA
E3X-DAC-S
Digital Laser Sensor: E3C-LDA
Proximity Sensor:
E2C-EDA
Application
Many Compact Heads
Long-distance
Fiber Head
E32-A09
Wide Range of
Fiber Heads Available
General-purpose
Fiber Head
E32-CC200
23 mm
9 mm
Select from a wide range of Fiber Heads to match
the workpiece and working space. This makes
installation possible even in small spaces.
20 mm
M6 screw
Compact
Fiber Head
E32-C31
M3 screw
Easy and Reliable Applications (Examples)
Detection distance:
30 mm
Detection distance:
9 mm
Detection distance:
3 mm
Detecting Marks
Distinguishing
Semi-transparent Objects
Detecting Black Marks
Because it distinguishes RGB
ratios, detection is highly resistant
to workpiece movement.
Through-beam Fiber Heads are
capable of detecting color differences
in semi-transparent objects.
In Black Mode, black seam tape and
other black marks can be detected
regardless of film color or patterns.
Detecting Wafers
Detecting Products on
Conveyors
Distinguishing Trays *
Four-color determination greatly
reduces the work required for line
switchovers.
* Switching banks requires 300 ms.
Workpieces that absorb a specific
wavelength can be detected with
a wide range of wavelengths.
If you teach the conveyor (i.e., the
background), you can detect
workpieces even if they have
different colors, shapes, or gloss.
E3X-DAC-S
Ordering Information
Amplifier Units
Pre-wired model (Standard cable length 2 m)
Item
Appearance
Model
Functions
NPN output
PNP output
Timer, Response speed change
E3X-DAC11-S 2M
E3X-DAC41-S 2M
Advanced models
(2-color simultaneous
determination)
Standard models + Simultaneous determination (2 colors), AND/OR output, Remote setting
E3X-DAC21-S 2M
E3X-DAC51-S 2M
Advanced models
(4-color determination*)
Standard models + Determination (4 colors), AND/OR output, bank switching
E3X-DAC21B-S 2M
E3X-DAC51B-S 2M
Standard models
* Four-color determination is enabled by switching between banks for two outputs using an external input.
Amplifier Units with Connectors (Amplifier Unit Connectors must be purchased separately.)
Item
Appearance
Standard models
NPN output
Timer, Response speed change
Amplifier Unit Connectors (Order Separately)
Item
Model
Functions
Appearance
E3X-DAC8-S
Note: Protector seals are provided as accessories.
Cable length No. of conductors
Master
Connector
E3X-DAC6-S
PNP output
Model
3
E3X-CN11
1
E3X-CN12
2m
Slave
Connector
Combining Amplifier Units and
Connectors
Amplifier Units and Connectors are sold separately. Refer to the following tables when
placing an order.
Amplifier Unit
Model
NPN output
Standard models E3X-DAC6-S
PNP output
E3X-DAC8-S
+
Applicable Connector
(Order Separately)
Master Connector Slave Connector
E3X-CN11
E3X-CN12
When Using 5 Amplifier Units
Amplifier Units (5 Units)
+ 1 Master Connector 4 Slave Connectors
Accessories (Order Separately)
Mounting Bracket
Appearance
End Plate
Model
E39-L143
Quantity
1
Appearance
Model
PFP-M
Quantity
1
5
E3X-DAC-S
Ratings and Specifications
Amplifier Units
Type
Item
Model
Sensing distance
Sensing object
Light source (wavelength)
Sensing method
Number of registered colors
Power supply voltage
Power consumption
Control output
Number of control outputs
External input
(See note 3. (page 7))
Protection circuits
Mutual interference prevention
Super-high-speed
mode
(See note 4.)
Response
High-speed mode
time
Standard mode
High-resolution
mode
Sensitivity setting
(color registration, allowable
range)
Operating mode
Timer function
Control outputs
Functions
Remote control
Display switch
(See note 5.)
Initialization
Zero-reset
Display
Digital display
Digital direction
Ambient illumination (Receiver
side)
Ambient temperature range
(See note 6.)
Ambient humidity range
Insulation resistance
Dielectric strength
Vibration resistance
Shock resistance
Degree of protection
Connection method
Note: Refer to page 7 for notes 1 to 6.
6
Standard models
Advanced models
(2-color simultaneous
determination)
Advanced models
(4-color determination)
E3X-DAC@-S@ (@: 11/41/6/8)
E3X-DAC@-S@ (@: 21/51)
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Depends on the Fiber Unit. Refer to pages 8 to 10.
Reflective models: Standard 11 color cards (See note 1.), Through-beam models: Opaque or translucent object
White LED (420 to 700 nm)
C Mode: RGB ratio determination (or I Mode: Light intensity determination for red, green, or blue, Black Mode:
Determination of total light intensity for red, green, and blue) (See note 2.)
1
2 (simultaneous determination)
4 (2-color determination × 2
banks)
12 to 24 VDC ±10%, ripple (p-p) 10% max.
960 mW max. (current consumption: 40 mA max. at power supply voltage of 24 VDC)
NPN or PNP open collector
Load power supply voltage: 26.4 VDC max.
Load current: 50 mA max. (residual voltage: 2 V max.)
1 output
2 outputs
---
Remote control
Bank switching
Reverse polarity for power supply connection, output short-circuit, Reversed output polarity protection
Up to 10 Units (optical communications control)
Operate or reset: 60 μs
Operate or reset: 120 μs
Operate or reset: 300 μs
Operate or reset: 600 μs
Operate or reset: 1 ms
Operate or reset: 2 ms
Operate or reset: 4 ms
Operate or reset: 8 ms
Teaching (one-point teaching or teaching with/without workpiece) or manual adjustment
ON for match (ON for same color as registered color) or ON for mismatch (ON for different color from registered color)
Timer type: OFF delay, ON delay, or one-short, Timer time: 1 ms to 5 s (variable)
--Output for each channel, AND output, and OR output
One-point teaching, teaching with/
Bank switching (Switching between
--without workpiece, zero reset, and
banks A, B, C, and D.)
light emission OFF
Seven patterns total: Match + Threshold, Margin + Threshold, Analog bar display, Peak + Bottom, etc.
Initial reset (factory defaults) or user reset (saved settings)
Provided
Initial reset (factory default)
Operation indicator (orange)/
Channel 1 and channel 2 operation indicators (orange)
I mode display indicator (orange)
Seven-segment displays (Main display: Red, Sub-display: Green)
Switchable between normal and reversed.
Incandescent lamp: 3,000 lux
Sunlight:
10,000 lux
Operating: −25°C to 55°C
Storage: −30°C to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
1,000 VAC at 50/60 Hz for 1 minute
Destruction: 10 to 50 Hz with a 1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 hrs each in X, Y and Z directions
Destruction: 500 m/s2, for 3 times each in X, Y and Z directions
IEC 60529 IP50 (with Protective Cover attached)
Pre-wired (Standard cable length 2
m) or Amplifier Unit connector
Pre-wired (Standard cable length 2 m)
(Units connected: 16 max.)
E3X-DAC-S
Type
Item
Model
Weight (packed state)
Case
Materials
Cover
Accessories
Advanced models
(2-color simultaneous
determination)
Standard models
Advanced models
(4-color determination)
E3X-DAC@-S@ (@: 11/41/6/8)
E3X-DAC@-S@ (@: 21/51)
[email protected]@ (@: 21/51)
Pre-wired model: Approx. 100 g, Amplifier unit connector model: Approx. 55 g
Polybutylene terephthalate (PBT)
Polycarbonate (PC)
Instruction manual
Note:1. Sensing Object: Standard Color Card (230 Colors) from Japan Color
Enterprise Co., Ltd.)
Color (11 standard colors)
3. Input Specifications
Contact input
(relay or switch)
Munsell color notation
White
N9.5
Red
4R 4.5/12.0
Yellow/red
4YR 6.0/11.5
Yellow
5Y 8.5/11.0
Yellow/green
3GY 6.5/10.0
Green
3G 6.5/9.0
Blue/green
5BG 4.5/10.0
Blue
3PB 5.0/10.0
Blue/purple
9PB 5.0/10.0
Purple
7P 5.0/10.0
Red/purple
6RP 4.5/12.5
Black
(N2.0)
ON:
NPN
Shorted to 0 V (sourcing
current: 1 mA max.).
OFF: Open or shorted to Vcc.
ON:
PNP
Shorted to Vcc (sinking
current: 3 mA max.).
OFF: Open or shorted to 0 V.
Non-contact input
(transistor)
ON:
1.5 V max. (sourcing current: 1 mA max.)
OFF: Vcc - 1.5 V to Vcc (leakage
current: 0.1 mA max.)
ON:
Vcc - 1.5 V to Vcc (sinking current: 3 mA max.)
OFF: 1.5 V max. (leakage current: 0.1 mA max.)
Refer to the Instruction Manual for the external input pulse width.
A pulse width of 300 ms or longer is required to switch banks for the
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4. Mutual interference prevention cannot be used in super-high-speed
mode, and light intensity determination (I Mode) must be used.
5. With light intensity determination (I Mode), the correlation is not displayed, but rather the light intensity is displayed.
6. The allowable ambient operating temperature changes according to the
number of Units that are linked.
2 Units: −25 to 55°C, 3 to 10 Units: −25 to 50°C, and 11 to 16 Units:
−25 to 45°C
2. When teaching with/without a workpiece, the best sensing method will
be automatically selected (RGB ratio (C Mode) or light intensity determination (I Mode)). If color differences are not strong enough and RGB
ratios would result in unstable detection, then light intensity determination (I Mode) will be selected.
The detection mode can also be set to C, I, or Black Mode.
Amplifier Unit Connectors
Item
Model
E3X-CN11
E3X-CN12
Rated current
2.5 A
Rated voltage
50 V
Contact resistance
20 mΩ max. (20 mVDC max., 100 mA max.)
(The figure is for connection to the Amplifier Unit and the adjacent
Connector. It does not include the conductor resistance of the cable.)
No. of insertions
Destruction: 50 times
(The figure for the number of insertions is for connection to the Amplifier Unit and the adjacent Connector.)
Materials
Housing
Polybutylene terephthalate (PBT)
Contacts
Phosphor bronze/gold-plated nickel
Weight (packed state) Approx. 55 g
Approx. 25 g
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E3X-DAC-S
Sensing Distance
Threaded Models
Through-beam Fiber Units
Sensing direction
Size
Right-angle
Straight
M4
Model
E32-T11N 2M
E32-T11R 2M
Sensing distance (mm)
Opaque object
(Translucent object) *
HighHighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
resolution
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
150
110
95
50
30
22
18
16
* These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
Reflective Fiber Units
Sensing direction
Size
M3
M6
M3
Right-angle
Straight
M6
Model
E32-C31N 2M
E32-C11N 2M
E32-C31 2M
E32-D11R 2M
E32-CC200 2M
Highresolution
mode
7.7
35
17
42
60
Sensing distance (mm)
Standard color card (11 colors)
White paper
(mutual determination)
HighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
mode
mode
speedmode mode
mode
mode
speedmode
6
4.8
2.1
1.6
1.2
0.9
0.7
26
22
9
7.5
5
4.5
3
13
11
4.5
3.7
2.7
2.2
1.5
32
26
11
8.5
6
5
3.5
45
35
16
12
9
7
4
Highresolution
mode
70
150
55
Sensing distance (mm)
Opaque object
(Translucent object) *
HighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
55
48
40
15
11
9
6
110
95
50
30
22
18
16
44
38
19
12
8.5
7
6.5
Cylindrical Models
Through-beam Fiber Units
Sensing
direction
Size
1.5 dia.
Top-view
3 dia.
Side-view
Model
E32-T22B 2M
E32-T12R 2M
E32-T14LR 2M
* These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
Reflective Fiber Units
Size
Sensing
direction
Model
Top-view
E32-D22B 2M
E32-D221B 2M
E32-D32L 2M
1.5 dia.
3 dia.
Highresolution
mode
8.8
19
35
Sensing distance (mm)
Standard color card (11 colors)
White paper
(mutual determination)
HighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highmode
mode
speedmode resolution mode
mode
speedmode
mode
6.7
5.8
2.1
1.8
1.3
1.1
0.7
15
13
4.5
4.1
3
2.4
1.5
26
22
9
7.5
5
4.5
3
Flat Models
Through-beam Fiber Units
Sensing direction
Top-view
Side-view
Flat-view
Model
E32-T15XR 2M
E32-T15YR 2M
E32-T15ZR 2M
Sensing distance (mm)
Opaque object
(Translucent object) *
HighHighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
resolution
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
150
110
95
50
30
22
18
16
55
44
38
19
12
8.5
7
6.5
* These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
Reflective Fiber Units
Sensing direction
Top-view
Side-view
Flat-view
8
Model
E32-D15XR 2M
E32-D15YR 2M
E32-D15ZR 2M
Sensing distance (mm)
Standard color card (11 colors)
White paper
(mutual determination)
HighHighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
resolution
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
42
32
26
11
8.5
6
5
3.5
10
7.5
6.5
2.5
2.1
1.5
1.3
0.9
E3X-DAC-S
Sleeve Models
Through-beam Fiber Units
Sensing direction
Top-view
Model
E32-TC200BR 2M
Sensing distance (mm)
Opaque object
(Translucent object) *
HighHighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
resolution
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
150
110
95
50
30
22
18
16
* These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
Reflective Fiber Units
Sensing direction
Top-view
Model
E32-DC200BR 2M
Sensing distance (mm)
Standard color card (11 colors)
White paper
(mutual determination)
HighHighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
resolution
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
42
32
26
11
8.5
6
5
3.5
Small-spot, Reflective Sensors
Spot diameter
Center distance
(mm)
6 dia.
50
Model
E32-L15 2M
Sensing distance (mm)
Standard color card (11 colors)
White paper
(mutual determination)
HighHighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
resolution
mode
mode
speedmode mode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
40 to 80 40 to 80 40 to 80 40 to 80 40 to 55 * 40 to 55 *
−
−
* The distance to differentiate between blue and blue-purple is 43 to 53 mm.
High-power Beam
Through-beam Fiber Units
Sensing direction Aperture angle
Top-view
Side-view
Right-angle
Top-view
Side-view
Top-view
Side-view
Top-view
Side-view
10 °
30 °
12 °
12 °
60 °
12 °
60 °
12 °
60 °
Model
E32-T17L 10M
E32-T14 2M
E32-T11N 2M + E39-F1
E32-T11R 2M + E39-F1
E32-T11R 2M + E39-F2
E32-T11 2M + E39-F1
E32-T11 2M + E39-F2
E32-T61-S 2M + E39-F1
E32-T61-S 2M + E39-F2
Highresolution
mode
4,300
950
1,000
1,000
110
1,000
180
950
120
Sensing distance (mm)
Opaque object
(Translucent object) *
HighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highmode
mode
speedmode resolution mode
mode
speedmode
mode
3,200
2,800
1,400
900
600
500
460
700
600
300
200
140
120
100
750
650
340
220
150
130
110
750
650
340
220
150
130
110
85
70
36
22
16
14
12
750
650
320
200
150
120
110
140
120
60
38
28
22
20
700
600
320
200
140
120
100
95
80
42
26
19
16
14
* These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
Narrow View
Through-beam Fiber Units
Sensing direction Aperture angle
Side-view
4°
Model
E32-T24S 2M
E32-T22S 2M
Sensing distance (mm)
Opaque object
(Translucent object) *
HighHighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution mode
mode
speedmode resolution mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
360
280
240
120
75
55
46
40
500
400
350
170
110
80
65
55
* These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
9
E3X-DAC-S
Chemical-resistant, Oil-resistant
Through-beam Fiber Units
Sensing
direction
Type
Chemical/oil-resistant
Chemical/oil-resistant at 150°C
Model
Side-view
E32-T12F 2M
E32-T11F 2M
E32-T14F 2M
Highresolution
mode
850
550
100
Top-view
E32-T51F 2M
380
Top-view
Sensing distance (mm)
Opaque object
(Translucent object) *
HighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
mode
mode
speedmode mode
mode
mode
speedmode
650
550
280
180
120
100
95
420
360
180
110
80
70
60
80
70
35
22
16
13
12
300
250
130
80
55
48
44
* These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
Reflective Fiber Units
Type
Sensing
direction
Chemical/oil-resistant
Chemical-resistant cable
Top-view
Model
E32-D12F 2M
E32-D11U 2M
Sensing distance (mm)
Standard color card (11 colors)
White paper
(mutual determination)
HighHighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
resolution
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
22
17
15
6
4.9
3.5
2.9
2
42
32
26
11
8.5
6
5
3.5
Bending-resistant
Through-beam Fiber Units
Size
1.5 dia.
M3
M4
Square
Model
E32-T22B 2M
E32-T21 2M
E32-T11 2M
E32-T25XB 2M
Sensing distance (mm)
Opaque object
(Translucent object) *
HighHighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
resolution
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
70
55
48
40
15
11
9
6
190
55
140
42
120
36
60
30
40
11
28
8
24
7
20
4.5
* These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
Reflective Fiber Units
Size
1.5 dia.
M3
3 dia.
M4
M6
Square
Model
E32-D22B 2M
E32-D21 2M
E32-D221B 2M
E32-D21B 2M
E32-D11 2M
E32-D25XB 2M
Sensing distance (mm)
Standard color card (11 colors)
White paper
(mutual determination)
HighHighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
resolution
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
8.8
6.7
5.8
2.1
1.8
1.3
1.1
0.7
19
15
13
4.5
4.1
3
2.4
1.5
42
14
32
10
26
9
11
3
8.5
3
6
2.1
5
1.7
3.5
1.1
Heat-resistant
Through-beam Fiber Units
Heat-resistant temperature
150°C
200°C
350°C
Model
E32-T51 2M
E32-T81R-S 2M
E32-T61-S 2M
Highresolution
mode
200
75
120
Sensing distance (mm)
Opaque object
(Translucent object) *
HighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
160
140
70
44
32
26
22
60
50
26
16
11
9.5
8.5
95
80
42
26
19
16
14
* These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
Reflective Fiber Units
Heat-resistant temperature
150°C
200°C
350°C
400°C
10
Model
E32-D51 2M
E32-D81R-S 2M
E32-D61-S 2M
E32-D73-S 2M
Sensing distance (mm)
Standard color card (11 colors)
White paper
(mutual determination)
HighHighStandard
High-speed
Super-highresolution
resolution Standard High-speed Super-highmode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
55
42
36
14
11
8.5
7
4.5
20
15
13
5
4
3
2.5
1.5
13
10
8.5
3.5
2.8
2
1.7
1.2
E3X-DAC-S
Area Beam
Through-beam Fiber Units
Type
Sensing width
11 mm
Area
30 mm
Model
E32-T16PR 2M
E32-T16JR 2M
E32-T16WR 2M
Highresolution
mode
240
200
360
Sensing distance (mm)
Opaque object
(Translucent object) *
HighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
mode
mode
speedmode mode
mode
mode
speedmode
180
150
80
50
36
30
26
160
130
65
44
30
26
22
280
240
120
75
55
46
40
* These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
Reflective Fiber Units
Type
Sensing width
Array
11 mm
Model
E32-D36P1 2M
Sensing distance (mm)
Standard color card (11 colors)
White paper
(mutual determination)
HighHighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highresolution
resolution
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
speedmode
mode
mode
35
26
22
9
7.5
5
4.5
3
Vacuum-resistant
Through-beam Fiber Units
Heat-resistant temperature
120°C
200°C
Model
E32-T51V 1M
E32-T51V 1M + E39-F1V
E32-T84SV 1M
Highresolution
mode
55
280
130
Sensing distance (mm)
Opaque object
(Translucent object) *
HighStandard High-speed Super-highStandard High-speed Super-highmode
mode
speedmode resolution mode
mode
speedmode
mode
42
36
18
11
8.5
7
6
200
180
90
55
42
35
30
100
85
45
28
20
17
15
* These sensing distances are recommended to make the most of the detection capabilities of the Sensor.
11
E3X-DAC-S
Engineering Data (Reference Value)
Color vs. Detection Capability
E3X-DAC@-S+E32-CC200
White
Yellow/
Yellow/
Yellow
Green
red
green
Red
❍
White
❍
Red
Blue/
green
Blue
Blue/
Red/
Purple
Black∗
purple
purple
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍ (❍)
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Yellow/
red
❍
❍
Yellow
❍
❍
❍
Yellow/
green
❍
❍
❍
❍
Green
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Blue/
green
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Blue
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Blue/
purple
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Purple
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Red/
purple
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
(❍) ❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Black∗
Model with Red Light Source
(E3X-DA@-S)
White Red Yellow Green Blue Purple Black
White
Red
Yellow
Green
Blue
Purple
Black
No Need
to Select
5
6
3
9
4
4
2
7
5
5
3
8
5
4
5
6
4
5
2
2
3
2
3
2
2
9
7
8
4
4
Model with Green
Light Source
(E3X-DAG@-S)
Model with Blue
Light Source
(E3X-DAB@-S)
White Red Yellow Green Blue Purple Black
White
Red
Yellow
Green
Blue
Purple
Black
❍
❍
8
8
5
3
3
5
5
5
3
3
5
10
5
3
3
3
6
3
6
4
White Red Yellow Green Blue Purple Black
White
Red
Yellow
Green
Blue
Purple
Black
10
6
6
4
3
3
5
5
5
3
3
8
5
3
2
3
2
2
4
2
3
4
2
3
2
2
3
6
4
2
3
6
8
4
Sensing distance: 9 mm (i.e., the teaching distance)
❍: Detection possible, ×: Detection not possible.
* Use 2-point teaching to distinguish between white and black.
Color Detection Capability vs. Distance
E3X-DA@-S+E32-CC200
E3X-DAB/G@-S+E32-CC200 (Model with single-color light
source)
1000
900
Sensing distance: 9 mm
(i.e., the teaching
distance)
800
700
600
500
Registered Color
400
Red
Yellow
Green
Blue
Purple
300
200
Purple
Red/purple
Blue
Blue/purple
Blue/green
Green
Yellow
Yellow/green
Red
Yellow/red
0
White
100
Number of colors differentiated (combinations)
Correlation (Digital Display)
Color Detection Characteristics
E3X-DAC@-S+E32-CC200
140
For 2-point teaching
E3X-DAC-S
120
100
Model with blue
light source
E3X-DAB-S
80
60
For one-point
teaching
Model with green
light source
E3X-DAG-S
40
X
20
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
Sensing distance X (mm)
= Teaching distance
Sensing object color
Correlation vs. Angle
E3X-DAC@-S+E32-CC200
5
Sensing distance: 9 mm
(i.e., the teaching
distance)
0
−5
−10
X
−15
Registered Color
−20
−25
−40
Red
Green
Blue
Sensing
object
−30
−20
−10
0
10
20
30
40
Change in distance X (%)
12
Change in correlation (%)
Change in correlation (%)
Correlation vs. Distance
E3X-DAC@-S+E32-CC200
5
Sensing distance: 9 mm
(= Teaching distance)
0
−5
−10
−15
Registered Color
−20
−25
−20
Sensing object
−15
−10
−5
0
Red
Green
Blue
+θ
−θ
5
10
15
20
Angle of incline θ (°)
E3X-DAC-S
Output Circuit Diagrams
NPN Output
Model
Operation
mode
Timing charts
Operation
selector
ON for
match
Match
Mismatch
Operation ON
indicator
(orange) OFF
ON
Output
transistor OFF
Load Operate
(relay) Reset
(Between brown and black leads)
LIGHT ON
(L-ON)
ON for mismatch
Match
Mismatch
Operation ON
indicator
(orange) OFF
ON
Output
transistor OFF
Load Operate
(relay) Reset
(Between brown and black leads)
DARK ON
(D-ON)
ON for
match
Match
Mismatch
Operation ON
indicator
(orange) OFF
ON
Output
transistor OFF
Load Operate
(relay) Reset
(Between brown and black leads)
LIGHT ON
(L-ON)
E3X-DAC11-S
E3X-DAC6-S
E3X-DAC21-S
E3X-DAC21B-S
ON for mismatch
Output circuit
Display
Operation
indicator
(Orange)
I mode indicator (orange)
Brown
Black Load
Control output
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
Blue
Ch2 operation indicator
(orange)
Display
Match
Mismatch
Operation ON
indicator
(orange) OFF
ON
Output
transistor OFF
Load Operate
(relay) Reset
(Between brown and black leads)
DARK ON
(D-ON)
Timing charts
Operation
selector
12 to
24 VDC
Ch1
operation
indicator
(orange)
Brown
Load
Black
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
Ch1
control output
Load
Orange
Ch2 control output
Pink
12 to
24 VDC
External input
(Bank switching
input) *
Blue
* For the [email protected]
PNP Output
Operation
mode
Model
Output circuit
Match
ON for
match
Mismatch
Operation ON
indicator
(orange) OFF
ON
Output
transistor OFF
LIGHT ON
(L-ON)
Display
Load Operate
(relay) Reset
(Between blue and black leads)
E3X-DAC41-S
E3X-DAC8-S
Operation
indicator
(Orange)
Match
ON for mismatch
Mismatch
Operation ON
indicator
(orange) OFF
ON
Output
transistor OFF
I mode indicator (orange)
Brown
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
Control output
Black
12 to
24 VDC
Load
DARK ON
(D-ON)
Blue
Load Operate
(relay) Reset
(Between blue and black leads)
Match
ON for
match
Mismatch
Operation ON
indicator
(orange) OFF
ON
Output
transistor OFF
LIGHT ON
(L-ON)
Brown
Load Operate
(relay) Reset
(Between blue and black leads)
E3X-DAC51-S
E3X-DAC51B-S
Ch1
operation
indicator
(orange)
Match
ON for mismatch
Ch2 operation indicator (orange)
Display
Mismatch
Operation ON
indicator
(orange) OFF
ON
Output
transistor OFF
Ch1 control output
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
Black
Ch2 control output
Orange
Blue
DARK ON
(D-ON)
ON delay
Match
Mismatch
ON
L-ON
OFF
ON
D-ON
OFF
OFF delay
T
T
Match
Mismatch
ON
L-ON
OFF
ON
D-ON
OFF
T
T
Load
Load
2. Control Output (AND, OR, Sync) and Timing Chart for Timer Settings
(T: Set Time)
One-shot
Match
Mismatch
ON
L-ON
OFF
ON
D-ON
OFF
12 to
24 VDC
* For the [email protected]
Load Operate
(relay) Reset
(Between blue and black leads)
Note:1. Timing Charts for Timer Function Settings (T: Set Time)
External input
(Bank switching
input) *
Pink
CH1
T
CH2
T
ON
OFF
ON
CH1
CH2
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OUT ON
(AND) OFF
OFF
ON delay ON
(AND) OFF
OUT ON
(OR) OFF
OFF delay ON
(AND) OFF
One-shot ON
(AND) OFF
T
T
T
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E3X-DAC-S
Nomenclature
Amplifier Units
Standard Models
E3X-DAC@-S (@: 11/41/6/8)
Advanced Models (2-color simultaneous determination,
4-color determination)
E3X-DAC@-S (@: 21/51), [email protected] (@: 21/51)
Sub-Display (Green)
Main Display (Red)
Sub-Display (Green)
Operation Keys
Main Display (Red)
Incident level, function, etc.
Threshold, function settings, etc.
Function setting operations
Incident level, function, etc. Threshold, function settings, etc.
Lock lever
UP
Lock lever
Locks the fiber.
DOWN
Locks the fiber.
DOWN
MODE
Channel Switch
Operation Selector
OFF when output is OFF.
Lit orange: Operation
in I Mode.
Mode Selector
Use to switch between Light ON
and Dark ON modes.
Use to select SET
or RUN mode.
Function setting operations
UP
MODE
Operation Indicator (orange)
ON when output is ON.
I Mode Indicator
Operation Keys
Ch1 Operation Indicator
ON when output is ON.
OFF when output is OFF.
Ch2 Operation Indicator
ON when output is ON.
OFF when output is OFF.
Used to select the channel to
display and set.
Mode Selector
Use to select SET
or RUN mode.
Safety Precautions
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 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.
High-temperature environments may result in
burn injury.
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Precautions for Safe Use
The following precautions must be observed to ensure safe
operation of the Sensor.
1. Do not use the Sensor in an environment where explosive
or flammable gas is present.
2. Do not use the Sensor in a location subject to splattering
of water, oils, or chemicals.
3. Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify the Sensor.
4. Do not apply voltages or currents that exceed the rated
range to the Sensor.
5. Do not use the Sensor in an ambient atmosphere or environment that exceeds the ratings.
6. Wire the power supply correctly, including the polarity.
7. Connect the load correctly.
8. Do not short-circuit the load at both ends.
9. Do not use the Sensor if the case is damaged.
10. Dispose of the Sensor as industrial waste.
11. Do not use the Sensor in locations subject to direct sunlight.
12. 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.
E3X-DAC-S
Precautions for Correct Use
Do not use the product in atmospheres or environments that
exceed product ratings.
Amplifier Unit
● Designing
Operation after Turning Power ON
The Sensor is ready to detect within 200 ms after the power
supply is turned ON. If the Sensor and load are connected to
separate power supplies, be sure to turn ON the Sensor first.
Time may be required for the degree of coincidence to stabilize after the power supply is turned ON.
Operation When Turning Power OFF
Output pulses may occur when the power is turned OFF. Turn
OFF the power supply to the load and the load line before
turning OFF the power supply to the Sensor.
● Mounting
Connecting and Disconnecting Connectors
Mounting Connectors
1. Insert the Master or Slave Connector into the Amplifier Unit
until it clicks into place.
Adding and Removing Amplifier Units
Adding Amplifier Units
1. Mount the Amplifier Units one at a time onto the DIN track.
2. Slide the Amplifier Units together, line up the clips, and
press the Amplifier Units together until they click into place.
Click into place
Removing Amplifier Units
Slide Amplifier Units away from each other, and remove from
the DIN track one at a time. (Do not attempt to remove Amplifier Units from the DIN track without separating them first.)
Note:1. The specifications for ambient temperature will vary according to the
number of Amplifier Units used together. For details, refer to Ratings
and Specifications.
2. Always turn OFF the power supply before joining or separating Amplifier Units.
Insert
2. Attach the protector seals (provided as accessories) to the
sides of master and slave connectors that are not connected.
Mounting the End Plate (PFP-M)
An End Plate should be used if there is a possibility of the Amplifier Unit moving, e.g., due to vibration.
Seal
Note: Attach the seals to the sides with grooves.
End Plate
Removing Connectors
1. Slide the slave Amplifier Unit(s) for which the Connector is
to be removed away from the rest of the group.
2. After the Amplifier Unit(s) has been separated, press down
on the lever on the Connector and remove it. (Do not attempt to remove Connectors without separating them from
other Amplifier Units first.)
Fiber Connection
The E3X Amplifier Unit has a lock button for easy connection
of the Fiber Unit. Connect or disconnect the fibers using the
following procedures:
1. Connection
Open the protective cover, insert the fibers according to the fiber insertion marks on the side of the Amplifier Unit, and lower
the lock lever.
Press down
Lever
Lock button
Protective cover
Remove
Locked
Unlocked
Insertion position
Fiber insertion mark
Fiber
9 mm
Note: Do not pull on, compress, or otherwise exert excessive force on the fibers after connecting them to the Amplifier Unit.
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E3X-DAC-S
2. Disconnecting Fibers
Remove the protective cover and raise the lock lever to pull
out the fibers.
Protective cover
Locked
Unlocked
Note:1. To maintain the fiber properties, confirm that the lock is released before removing the fibers.
2. Be sure to lock or unlock the lock button within an ambient temperature range between −10°C and 40°C.
● Adjusting
Mutual Interference Protection Function
Light from other sensors can cause the value on the digital
display to become somewhat unstable. If this occurs, reduce
the threshold to create a greater margin and enable more stable detection.
Output Short-circuit Protection
If the output short-circuit protection function operates because
the load connected to the control output is short-circuited,
OVER/CUR will flash on the display. Check the connection of
the load.
EEPROM Writing Error
If the data is not written to the EEPROM correctly due to a
power failure or static-electric noise, initialize the settings with
the keys on the Amplifier Unit. ERR/EEP will flash on the display when a writing error has occurred.
Optical Communications
Several Amplifier Units can be slid together and used in
groups. Do not, however, slide the Amplifier Units or attempt
to remove any of the Amplifier Units during operation.
● Others
Protective Cover
Always keep the protective cover in place when using the Amplifier Unit.
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Fiber Unit
● Design Precautions
Applicable Fiber Units
Refer to the sensing distance tables on pages 8 to 11 for the
Fiber Units that can be used and the sensing distances. Retro-reflective, Limited-reflective, Ultra-compact, and Application-specific Fiber Units, which are not listed, cannot be used.
● Installation Precautions
Glossy Sensing Objects
If the sensing object is glossy, detection may not be stable. If
the Sensor is inclined by 5° to 20° when using a glossy sensing object, as shown below, detection capabilities can be increased and stable detection achieved.
E32-CC200 or other Fiber Unit
Sensing distance
θ = 5° to 20°
Sensing object
E3X-DAC-S
(Unit: mm)
Dimensions
Tolerance class IT16 applies to dimensions in this data sheet unless otherwise specified.
Fiber Amplifier Units
Pre-wired Amplifier Units
E3X-DAC11-S
E3X-DAC41-S
E3X-DAC21-S
10
E3X-DAC51-S
E3X-DAC21B-S
E3X-DAC51B-S
Area of digital indication
Round ( ): I Mode indicator
Oblong ( ): Operation indicator for channel 2
15.6
35.25
6.3
Operation indicator
Main display
Sub-display
DIN track mounting
4.3
141.1
180°
101.45
Vinyl-insulated round cable
Standard length: 2 m*
32
(16.5)
4.5
Multiple connection diagram
12.5
5.65
L
3.4
Hole for optical communications
Two, 2.4 dia.
End Plate
(sold separately)
PFP-M
18.7
(36.2)
(21.3)
70
Center of DIN track
DIN track
(sold separately)
[email protected]
10
L (mm)
1
10
2
20
3
30
4
40
5
50
6
60
7
70
8
80
Fiber Attachment mounted (E39-F9)
10
4.3
10
The number of
expansion
9
90
10
100
With Mounting Bracket Attached
141.1
180°
101.45
Vinyl-insulated round cable
Standard length: 2 m*
32
(16.5)
4.5
12.5
5.65
3.4
Two, 2.4 dia.
10.3
Two, 3.2 dia.
holes
18.7
Hole for optical communications
4.3
(9.4)
16
70
Mounting Bracket (E39-L143)
SUS304 stainless steel
Mounting Holes
3.4
Two, M3
4.4
16
28.1
16
* Cable Specifications
Fiber Attachment mounted (E39-F9)
E3X-DAC11-S
-DAC41-S
Note: When using E39-L143 Mounting
E3X-DAC21-S
Brackets, there will be small gaps
-DAC51-S
between the Fiber Amplifier Units if
-DAC21B-S
-DAC51B-S
they are mounted side by side.
4-dia., 3-conductor (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2,
insulator diameter: 1.1 mm)
4-dia., 5-conductor (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2,
insulator diameter, 1.1 mm)
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E3X-DAC-S
Amplifier Units with Connectors
E3X-DAC6-S
E3X-DAC8-S
Area of digital indication
Round ( ): I Mode indicator
Oblong ( ): Operation indicator for channel 2
15.6
35.25
6.3
10
Operation indicator
Main display
Sub-display
DIN track mounting
4.3
141.1
8.1
180°
101.45
A dia. *
32
(16.5)
4.5
12.95
5.65
3.4
Hole for optical communications
Two, 2.4 dia.
18.7
(36.2)
Multiple connection diagram
(21.3)
70
L
Center of DIN track
End Plate
(sold separately)
PFP-M
DIN track
(sold separately)
[email protected]
10
Fiber Attachment mounted (E39-F9)
10
The number of
expansion
L (mm)
1
10
2
20
3
30
4
40
5
50
6
60
7
70
8
80
10
4.3
9
90
10
100
With Mounting Bracket Attached
141.1
8.1
180°
101.45
A dia. *
32
(16.5)
4.5
12.95
5.65
3.4
Two, 2.4 dia.
10.3
Two, 3.2 dia.
holes
18.7
Hole for optical communications
4.3
(9.4)
16
70
Mounting Bracket (E39-L143) SUS304 stainless steel
3.4
Mounting Holes
4.4
Two, M3
16
28.1
16
Fiber Attachment mounted (E39-F9)
Note: When using E39-L143 Mounting
Brackets, there will be small gaps
between the Fiber Amplifier Units if
they are mounted side by side.
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* Cable Diameters
E3X-CN11 (3 conductors)
4.0-mm dia.
E3X-CN12 (1 conductor)
2.6-mm dia.
E3X-DAC-S
Amplifier Unit Connectors
Master Connectors
E3X-CN11
10
2,000
6
2.9
2.6
+50
0
10.7
6.8
4
*
4 dia.
14.4
6
0.8
8.4
15.1
30±2
10±2
+50
50 0
* E3X-CN11: 4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm , Insulator diameter: 1.1 mm)
2
Slave Connectors
E3X-CN12
2,000
10
6
+50
0
10.7
6.8
2.9
4
2.6
*
E3X-CN12: 2.6 dia.
E3X-CN22: 4 dia.
14.4
6
0.8
3
8.4
15.1
30±2
10±2
+50
50 0
* E3X-CN12: 2.6-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 1 conductor (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2, Insulator diameter: 1.1 mm)
Refer to the E32 Series Fiber Sensor Best Selection Guide (Cat. No. E353).
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E3X-DAC-S
Operation
Operation Reference
Main Display (Red)
Sub-Display (Green)
Operation Keys
Match, function, etc.
Threshold,
function settings, etc.
Function setting operations
UP
DOWN
MODE
Operation Indicator
for Channel 1
SET/RUN
mode
Detection/
adjustment
Operation Keys
UP
DOWN
Operation
Standard models: I Mode indicator
Advanced models: Operation
indicator for channel 2
Displays
Main Display
Sub-Display
Incident level
Threshold
MODE
Function settings
➜ Page 21
Refer to 4. Setting Thresholds
Manually in RUN Mode.
Executing user-specified functions
(Factory-set to 1-point
teaching.)
Used to executes various
teaching and zero-reset operations.
➜ Page 21
Refer to 3. Registering Workpiece Colors with Teaching in
SET Mode.
Changing teaching and
setting details
UP
Setting items
Setting details
➜ Page 21
Refer to 3. Registering Workpiece Colors with Teaching in
SET Mode.
DOWN
SET
Switching setting items
➜ Page 22
Refer to 5. Setting Functions
in SET Mode.
MODE
SET/RUN
mode
RUN
Operation Keys
UP
Operation
Display
Main Display
Sub-Display
Locking and unlocking
keys
LOC
ON
Initialization and user reset
INIT
YES?
MODE
(Factory-set to RUN)
SET
20
UP
DOWN
Remarks
Adjusting thresholds
RUN
(Factory-set to RUN)
Mode Selector
Use to select SET or RUN mode.
Remarks
Locks key operation to prevent
incorrect operation.
➜ Page 23
Refer to 6. Convenient Functions.
Returns the system to its initial
state.
➜ Page 23
Refer to 6. Convenient Functions.
E3X-DAC-S
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Changing Banks (for Advanced Models (4-color Determination))
The bank where data is registered can be changed by using the bank input and the channel switch.
Bank
A
Bank input
B
Open
Open
Channel switch
1
C
2
1
D
Closed
2
1
Closed
2
1
2
Display
Setting the Operation Mode
2
3-2. Teaching with and without the Workpiece
The operation mode is set with the Mode Selector.
Operation mode
Match ON
L-ON
Mismatch ON
D-ON
Operation
(Factory-set)
L
D
Two points, with and without the workpiece, are detected,
and the match of the intermediate point is set as the
threshold value.
This method is ideal for setting thresholds with margins or
performing judgments with low match.
Set the SET/RUN Mode
Selector to SET.
* Advanced Models
The operation mode is set in SET mode.
➜ Page 22 Refer to 5. Setting Functions in SET Mode.
Match
Threshold
SET
Teaching with
Workpiece
* Advanced Models
Set the Channel Selector to the desired channel before making any
adjustments or settings. This is true for all adjustments and settings.
UP
DOWN
Press
either button
for 1 s.
Workpiece
Match
Threshold
The set condition
will flash twice.
3
Registering Workpiece Colors with Teaching in SET Mode
* Workpiece colors must always be taught to perform judgment for
registered workpiece colors.
* With the factory settings, 1-point teaching can be executed in RUN
mode. (Press the MODE Key for 3 s.)
UP
DOWN
Teaching without
Workpiece
Match
Press
either button
for 1 s.
Threshold
The set threshold
will flash twice.
RUN
3-1. One-point Teaching
To RUN
Along with registering the workpiece colors, the threshold
can be set at approximately –10% of the match.
The setting is completed in a simple operation with one
press of a button.
Set the SET/RUN Mode
Selector to SET.
Match
* When teaching is performed, position the workpiece by using the
OVER, OK, and LO messages displayed on the sub-display (green)
as guides.
OVER : Move the workpiece away.
Threshold
OK
: Teaching is possible.
LO
: Move the workpiece closer.
SET
UP
Teaching with
Workpiece
Workpiece
Match
DOWN
Press
either button
for 1 s.
Threshold
The set condition
will flash twice.
4
Setting Thresholds Manually in RUN Mode
A threshold can be set manually. A threshold value can
also be fine-tuned using manual setting after teaching.
Set the SET/RUN Mode
Selector to SET.
Threshold
Match
RUN
RUN
To RUN
(Factory-set to RUN)
UP
* The threshold level can be changed if the teaching level function is
used in SET mode.
* If BLACK mode is selected as the judgment mode in SET mode, the
threshold will be set to a level of approximately 10% higher than the
displayed degree of matching.
Increases threshold.
DOWN
Decreases threshold.
* Even if the display method for the Display Switch Function is
changed, the threshold will appear on the sub-display when the key
is pressed.
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Setting Functions in SET Mode
5
*. The displays shown in the function transitions are for the default settings.
*. Items shown in the function transitions may increase depending on detailed settings.
*. The items enclosed by dotted red lines are for advanced models only.
(Advanced models with four-color determination do not have External input
or External input memory .)
Function Transitions
➜ Page 21
Refer to 3. Registering Workpiece
Colors with Teaching in SET Mode.
Teaching
Set the SET/RUN
Mode Selector to SET.
*
Operation mode
Detection
Timer
MODE key
Teaching level
(To set the operation mode)
(To increase the response
speed or detection precision)
(To use the timer setting)
(To change the function of the
MODE key during operation)
(To change the teaching
level)
SET
MODE
Judgment mode
External input memory
External input
Output setting
Display orientation
Display switch
(Used to set the judgment
mode)
(Refer to instructions
provided with the product.)
(To change function controlled
by external input.)
(To change the channel 2
output)
(To reverse the orientation
of the display.)
(To change the display
method)
Set the SET/RUN
When the settings
Mode Selector Switch to RUN .
have been completed
RUN
Functions
Use the UP and DOWN Keys to change the settings.
Function
Operation mode
Detection
Timer
Timer time
(timer enabled)
MODE key
Teaching level
Display switch
Super-high-speed:
, High-speed:
,
Standard:
, High-resolution:
Note: If the detection function is changed, be sure to
teach the workpiece color.
Enabled:
, OFF-delay timer:
ON-delay timer:
, One-shot timer:
1 to 5000 ms:
to
(1 to 20: 1-ms increments, 20 to 200 ms: 5-ms increments,
200 to 1000: 100-ms increments, 1000 to 5000: 1000-ms increments)
Used to increase the response speed or detection precision.
Note: Only I Mode (light intensity determination for red, green, or blue)
can be used with Super-high-speed mode.
Used to set control output timers.
Used to change timer times.
The timer can be set from 1 ms to 5 s.
1-point teaching:
, Teaching with workpiece:
Used to change the function of the MODE key during
Zero-shift reset:
➜ Page 23 Refer to 6-1. Zeroing the Display (Zero Reset). operation.
0 to 99P:
Used to change the threshold setting level during 1-point teaching.
Example: The threshold level at the default setting ( ) is
.
When the setting is , the threshold level is
.
to
1. Used to display the degree of matching and the threshold.
2. Used to display the excess gain (i.e., percentage of matching relative
(1) Match/threshold:
to threshold) and the threshold.
(2) Margin/threshold:
3. Used to display the peak and bottom degrees of matching at a fixed
(3) Peak/Bottom refreshed every 2 s:
interval.
(4) Peak/Bottom refreshed every time the output is switched: 4. Used to display the peak degree of matching when there is a match
and the bottom degree of matching when there is no match.
5. Used to show the detection status with a bar display. Red bars will be
(5) Analog bar display:
displayed if the degree of match exceeds the threshold.
(6) Match/peak (updated periodically):
6. Used to display the present degree of matching and the peak degree
(7) Match/channel:
of matching.
7. Used to display the degree of matching and channel number.
Normal display:
Output setting
Each channel:
Timer time
Description
➜ Page 21 Refer to 2. Setting the Operation Mode.
, Mismatch:
Display orientation
Timer function
22
Settings (display)
Match: ON
, Upside down display:
, AND:
, OR:
Enabled:
, OFF-delay timer:
ON-delay timer:
, One-shot timer:
1 to 5000 ms:
to
(1 to 20: 1-ms increments, 20 to 200 ms: 5-ms increments,
200 to 1000: 100-ms increments, 1000 to 5000: 1000-ms increments)
External input
1-point teaching:
Zero-shift reset:
, Teaching without workpiece:
, Light OFF:
External input memory
Write:
Judgment mode
C/I automatic judgment:
BLACK mode:
, Do not write:
, C mode: , I mode:
Used to change the orientation of the display.
Used to change the item output on control output 2.
Used to set timers for the AND/OR control output.
Used to change timer time.
The timer can be set from 1 ms to 5 s.
Used to change the functions to be remotely controlled with external input.
(For the effective pulse width and other information, refer to the
instructions provided with the product.)
Used to set whether to write the control results to memory.
(Refer to the instructions provided with the product.)
Used to set the judgment mode (detection method). BLACK mode:
The total light intensity for red, green, and blue is used for the judgment.
E3X-DAC-S
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Convenient Functions
6-1. Zeroing the Display (Zero Reset)
6-3. Saving a Set State (Saving User Settings)
The incident light level on the main display can be set to
0. This is useful when the reference display is to be reset
to zero because the match display and the threshold are
shifted at the same time.
Set the SET/RUN Mode
Selector to SET.
SAVE
➜ Page 22 Refer to 5. Setting Functions in SET Mode.
YES?
NO?
DOWN
MODE
Operation canceled.
User settings saved.
3s
Press
both buttons
for 5 s.
SAVE
UP
MODE
MODE
RUN
∗
MODE
SET
* Change the function to 0RST (zero reset) with the MODE key.
The default setting is 1PNT.
Set the SET/RUN Mode
Selector to RUN
UP
* Be sure to register (i.e., teach) the workpiece colors if the detection
functions have been changed.
(Factory-set to RUN)
To return to original value for incident light level:
6-4. Initializing Settings (Initialization and User Reset)
Set the SET/RUN Mode
Selector to RUN
DOWN
MODE
RUN
*
Press
both buttons
for 3 s.
(Factory-set to RUN)
All settings will be initialized and returned to the factory
settings or to a saved state.
Set the SET/RUN Mode
Selector to SET.
* Press the DOWN key right after pressing the MODE key.
UP
DOWN
Press
both buttons
for 5 s.
SET
6-2. Locking the Keys (Key Lock)
All key operations can be disabled.
Set the SET/RUN Mode
Selector to RUN
UP
MODE
RUN
*
Press
both buttons
for 3 s.
RST
INIT
UP
DOWN
RST
MODE
USER
MODE
(Factory-set to RUN)
LOC
ON
"ON" will flash twice and
key operations will be
disabled.
USER
To release the lock:
YES?
UP
MODE
Set the SET/RUN Mode
Selector to RUN
UP
MODE
RUN
USER
DOWN
NO?
MODE
*
Press
both buttons
for 3 s.
Settings initialized.
Operation canceled.
(Factory-set to RUN)
The section enclosed by dotted lines applies to user-saved settings.
LOC
OFF
"OFF" will flash twice and
key operations will be
enabled.
* If a key is pressed while key operations are locked, "LOC" will flash
twice on the display to indicate that
key operations have been disabled.
* Press the UP key right after pressing the MODE key.
INIT
NO?
MODE
Operation canceled.
INIT
UP
DOWN
YES?
MODE
Initialized.
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MEMO
24
MEMO
25
MEMO
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E3X-DAC-S
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Color Sensing
Digital Fiber Sensor
E3X-DAC-S
Easy and Reliable
The Fiber Sensor That Sees in Color
OMRON Corporation
Industrial Automation Company
Authorized Distributor:
Tokyo, JAPAN
New Model with Four-color Determination for Even
More Complete Color-sensing Fiber Sensors
Contact: www.ia.omron.com
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In the interest of product improvement,
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Printed in Japan
CSM_6_1_0214
Cat. No. E384-E1-03
0910
C olor S ensing
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