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Digital Fiber Amplifier
E3X-DA-N
CSM_E3X-DA-N_DS_E_7_2
Note: Manufacturing of the [email protected] Series was discontinued at the end of March 2012.
Manufacture of the E3X-DA11-N/DA41-N/DA11D/DA6/DA8/DA6D will be discontinued
in March 2017.
The Ultimate Fiber Amplifier for
Maximum Ease of Use and High
Performance
Be sure to read Safety Precautions
on page 23.
UL991*
* UL certification including UL 991 testing and evaluation • Applicable standards: UL 3121-1
• Additional application testing and evaluations standards: UL 991 and SEMI S2-0200S
Features
Models with New Connector System
Reduces Wiring, Saves Space, and Makes
Maintenance Easier
First in the Industry Patent Pending
In Amplifiers with wire-saving connectors, the power supply is
distributed to 1-conductor slave connectors through a 3conductor master connector. This design has three major
advantages.
1. Wiring time is significantly reduced.
2. Relay connectors are unnecessary, so wiring takes up less
space and costs are reduced.
3. Storage and maintenance are simpler because it isn't
necessary to distinguish between master connector and
slave connectors on the Amplifier.
Super Digital Display with Auto Power
Control (APC) Circuit
First in the Industry
The passage of time causes the intensity of the Sensor's lightemitting LED elements to deteriorate, which may make stable
detection impossible.
The E3X-DA-N is the first series of Fiber Sensors to use an
Auto Power Control (APC) circuit. This achieves strict
detection by eliminating fluctuation in the digital value and is
ideal for subtle detection such as stable detection of liquidcrystal glass.
Incident level
3000
Simplified Connector Design
Up to 16 Amplifiers can
be connected.
Previous Digital
Fiber Amplifiers
Threshold
Unstable detection
Time
Incident level
3000
Optical
communications
Power
supply pin
Master connector
E3X-DA-N Series
Threshold
Stable detection
Slave connector
Time
1
E3X-DA-N
Power Consumption Reduced by As Much
As 70%
Digital Display Can Be Turned OFF or
Dimmed during Operation
Eco-mode
Power consumption is
reduced by as much as 70%
from 1800 mW to 600 mW
(when the digital display is
OFF).
When the digital display is viewed infrequently during
operation, current consumption can be reduced by dimming
the display or turning it OFF entirely.
(Eco-mode can be set from the Mobile Console only.)
1800 mW
600 mW
Previous model
This eco-label is displayed on
products that meet
environmental standards
established by OMRON.
E3X-DA-N
(with digital display OFF)
New Generation of Mobile Consoles the Size of Cellular Phones.
Further Developing the Ultimate Power of Fiber Amplifiers.
Remote Setting and Adjustment
Perform settings, teaching, and fine adjustments at the
end of the Fiber Unit.
Previously, settings and
teaching could be performed
only on the Amplifier. Now,
however, using a Mobile
Console enables these
operations at the end of the fiber.
Strict adjustments can be made
while checking the workpiece
position.
With group teaching, teach multiple amplifiers
simultaneously.
The tedious teaching that had
to be performed separately for
each Amplifier can now be
performed for several
Amplifiers at once using the
Mobile Console.
Group teaching
Eliminate inconsistency by using group zero reset.
Display the light intensity and threshold at the same time.
New
Concept
The group zero reset function
can simultaneously reset the
digital displays of multiple
Amplifiers to 0. This function is
useful to minimize variation
between Amplifier values.
Patent Pending
Flash the Sensor head and display the amplifier channels
during operation.
Function indicator
section
Channel setting
section
Even if the Amplifier and Sensor
head are separated during
operation, it is still possible to
flash the Sensor head and
display the amplifier channels.
Light intensity monitor
Channel 5
Threshold
Channel 4
Channel 3
Channel 2
Operation keys
Channel 1
Battery monitor
Head
Optical communications
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Ordering Information
Amplifiers
Pre-wired Amplifiers
Type
Appearance
Standard models
Control output
ON/OFF output
• ON/OFF output
• Monitor output
Monitor-output models
Mark-detecting models (blue LED)
Mark-detecting models (green LED)
Infrared models
Differential-output model *1
Water-resistant models
Model
NPN output
PNP output
E3X-DA11-N 2M *2
E3X-DA41-N 2M *2
E3X-DA21-N 2M
E3X-DA51-N 2M
E3X-DAB11-N 2M
E3X-DAG11-N 2M
E3X-DAH11-N 2M
E3X-DA11D 2M *2
E3X-DAB41-N 2M
E3X-DAG41-N 2M
E3X-DAH41-N 2M
---
E3X-DA11V 2M
E3X-DA41V 2M
E3X-DA11TW 2M *2
E3X-DA41TW 2M *2
ON/OFF output
Twin-output models
*1. For details, refer to page 6.
*2. Manufacturing of the [email protected] Series was discontinued at the end of March 2012.
Manufacture of the E3X-DA11-N/DA41-N/DA11D will be discontinued in March 2017.
Amplifiers with Standard Connectors
Type
Standard models
Monitor-output models
Mark-detecting models
(Blue LED)
Mark-detecting models
(Green LED)
Infrared models
Differential-output
model *1
Water-resistant models
(M8 connector)
Appearance
Applicable Connector
(order separately)
Master
Slave
Master
Slave
Master
Slave
Master
Slave
Master
Slave
Master
Slave
E3X-CN11
E3X-CN12
E3X-CN21
E3X-CN22
E3X-CN11
E3X-CN12
E3X-CN11
E3X-CN12
E3X-CN11
E3X-CN12
E3X-CN11
E3X-CN12
XS3F-M421-40@-A
XS3F-M422-40@-A
Master
Control output
Model
NPN output
PNP output
ON/OFF output
E3X-DA6 *2
E3X-DA8 *2
• ON/OFF output
• Monitor output
E3X-DA7
E3X-DA9
E3X-DAB6
E3X-DAB8
E3X-DAG6
E3X-DAG8
E3X-DAH6
E3X-DAH8
E3X-DA6D *2
ON/OFF output
E3X-DA14V
E3X-DA44V
E3X-CN21
E3X-DA6TW
Twin-output models
E3X-DA8TW
*2
Slave
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*2
E3X-CN22
*1. For details, refer to page 6.
*2. Manufacturing of the [email protected] Series was discontinued at the end of March 2012.
Manufacture of the E3X-DA6/DA8/DA6D will be discontinued in March 2017.
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Amplifier Connectors (Order Separately) Note: Seal provided as accessory.
Type
Appearance
Cable length No. of conductors
Master
Connector
Model
3
E3X-CN11
4
E3X-CN21
1
E3X-CN12
2
E3X-CN22
2m
Slave
Connector
Combining Amplifiers and Connectors (Basically Amplifiers and Connectors are sold separately.)
Refer to the following tables when placing an order.
Amplifiers
Type
Standard models
NPN
E3X-DA6
E3X-DAB6
Mark-detecting models
E3X-DAG6
Infrared models
E3X-DAH6
Differential-output model E3X-DA6D
Monitor-output models E3X-DA7
Twin-output models
E3X-DA6TW
PNP
E3X-DA8
E3X-DAB8
E3X-DAG8
E3X-DAH8
--E3X-DA9
E3X-DA8TW
Applicable Connectors (Order Separately)
Master Connector
Slave Connector
+
E3X-CN11
E3X-CN12
E3X-CN21
E3X-CN22
1 Master Connector
4 Slave Connectors
When Using 5 Amplifiers
Amplifiers (5 Units)
+
Sensor I/O Connectors (Order Separately)
Size
Cable specifications
Appearance
Cable type
XS3F-M421-402-A
2m
M8
Standard cable
Straight
connector
5m
2m
L-shaped
connector
5m
Model
4-wire
connection
XS3F-M421-405-A
XS3F-M422-402-A
XS3F-M422-405-A
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Mobile Console (Order Separately)
Appearance
Model
Remarks
Mobile Console with head, cable, and AC
(model number of set)
adapter provided as accessories.
E3X-MC11
Power supply method: chargeable battery
E3X-MC11-C1
Mobile Console
E3X-MC11-H1
Head
E39-Z12-1
Cable (1.5 m)
Accessories (Order Separately)
Operating Instructions Sticker
Mounting Brackets
Appearance
Applicable model
E3X-DA-N Series
Model
Quantity
Model
E39-Y1
E39-L143
1
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Remarks
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E39-L148
* When using a Through-beam Fiber Unit, order one Bracket for the Receiver and one for the Emitter.
Remarks
Attach near the Sensor.
➜Refer to page 25.
End Plate
Appearance
Model
Quantity
PFP-M
1
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Ratings and Specifications
For dimensions, refer to page 26 to 29.
Amplifiers
Pre-wired Amplifiers
Output
type
Item
Monitoroutput
models
Type
Standard
models
NPN
output
E3X
-DA11-N
E3X
-DA21-N
E3X
-DAB11-N
PNP
output
E3X
-DA41-N
E3X
-DA51-N
E3X
-DAB41-N
Infrared
models
Waterresistant
models
Twin-output
models
E3X
-DAG11-N
E3X
-DAH11-N
E3X
-DA11V
E3X
-DA11TW
E3X
-DAG41-N
E3X
-DAH41-N
E3X
-DA41V
E3X
-DA41TW
Mark-detecting models
Light source
(wavelength)
Red LED (660 nm)
Power supply voltage
12 to 24 VDC±10%, ripple (p-p) 10% max.
Power consumption
Normally: 960 mW max. (current consumption: 40 mA max. at power supply voltage of 24 VDC)
Eco Mode: 720 mW max. (current consumption: 30 mA max. at power supply voltage of 24 VDC)
Digital display not lit: 600 mW max. (current consumption: 25 mA max. at power supply voltage of 24 VDC)
Control
output
ON/OFF
output
Monitor
output
Protection circuit
Super-highspeed mode
ReStandard
sponse
mode
time
Super-longdistance
mode
Sensitivity setting
Functions
Blue LED
(470 nm)
Green LED
(525 nm)
Infrared LED
(870 nm)
Red LED (660 nm)
Load current: 50 mA (residual voltage (NPN/PNP): 1 V max.,
Open collector (NPN or PNP output, depending on the model)
Light ON/Dark ON selectable
---
Load 1 to
5 VDC,
10 kΩ min.
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Power supply reverse polarity, Output short-circuit protection, Mutual interference prevention (supported for up to 10
Units)
0.25 ms for operation and reset respectively
0.5 ms for
operation and
reset
respectively
1 ms for operation and reset respectively
2 ms for
operation and
reset
4 ms for operation and reset respectively
7 ms for
operation and
reset
respectively
Teaching or manual method
Timer function
OFF-delay timer: 0 to 200 ms, 1 to 20 ms (set in 1-ms units); 20 to 200 ms (set in 5-ms units)
Using Mobile Console: OFF delay, ON delay, or one shot (selectable)
Automatic
power control (APC)
Fiber-optic current digital
control
Zero-reset
Negative values can be displayed.
Initial reset
Settings can be returned to defaults as required.
Monitor focus
Upper and
lower limits
can be set as
required for
every 100
digital values.
---
---
Fiber-optic current digital control
---
Indicators
Operation indicator (orange), 7-segment digital incident level display (red), 7-segment digital incident level percentage
display (red), threshold and excess gain 2-color double bar indicators (green and red), 7-segment digital threshold
display (red)
Display timing
Switching between normal/peak-hold/bottom-hold possible
Display orientation
Switching between normal/reverse possible
Optical axis adjustment
Optical axis adjustment possible (hyper-flashing function)
Ambient illumination
(receiver side)
Incandescent lamp: 10,000 lx max.
Sunlight: 20,000 lx max.
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Output
type
Item
Monitoroutput
models
Type
Standard
models
NPN
output
E3X
-DA11-N
E3X
-DA21-N
E3X
-DAB11-N
PNP
output
E3X
-DA41-N
E3X
-DA51-N
E3X
-DAB41-N
Infrared
models
Waterresistant
models
Twin-output
models
E3X
-DAG11-N
E3X
-DAH11-N
E3X
-DA11V
E3X
-DA11TW
E3X
-DAG41-N
E3X
-DAH41-N
E3X
-DA41V
E3X
-DA41TW
IEC IP66 (with
Protective
Cover
attached)
IEC IP50 (with
Protective
Cover
attached)
Approx. 110 g
Approx. 100 g
Mark-detecting models
Ambient temperature
Operating:Groups of 1 to 3 Amplifiers: −25 to 55°C
Groups of 4 to 11 Amplifiers: −25 to 50°C
Groups of 12 to 16 Amplifiers: −25 to 45°C
Storage:−30 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC at 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Vibration resistance
(destruction)
10 to 55 Hz with a 1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 h each in X, Y and Z directions
Shock resistance
(destruction)
500m/s2, for 3 times each in X, Y and Z directions
Degree of protection
IEC IP50 (with Protective Cover attached)
Connection method
Pre-wired (standard cable length: 2 m)
Weight (packed state)
Approx. 100 g
Material
Case
Polybutylene terephthalate (PBT)
Cover
Polycarbonate
Accessories
Polyethersulfo
ne
Instruction sheet
Amplifiers with Connectors
(Specifications different to those for Pre-wired Amplifiers)
Output
type
Item
Type
Standard
models
Monitor-output models
NPN
output
E3X-DA6
E3X-DA7
E3X-DAB6
PNP
output
E3X-DA8
E3X-DA9
E3X-DAB8
Infrared
models
Waterresistant
models*
Twin-output
models
E3X-DAG6
E3X-DAH6
E3X
-DA14V
E3X
-DA6TW
E3X-DAG8
E3X-DAH8
E3X
-DA44V
E3X
-DA8TW
Mark-detecting models
Connection method
Standard connector
M8 connector
Standard
connector
Weight (packed state)
Approx. 55 g
Approx. 65 g
Approx. 55 g
* The dielectric strength for water-resistant models is 500 VAC at 50/60 Hz for 1 min.
Connectors
Mobile Console
Model
Item
E3X-CN11/21/22
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 and the adjacent
Connector. It does not include the conductor resistance of the cable.
No. of insertions
(durability)
50 times
The figure for the number of insertions is for connection to the
Amplifier and the adjacent Connector.
Material
Housing
Contacts
Weight (packed state)
Polybutylene terephthalate (PBT)
Item
Model
E3X-MC11
Power supply
voltage
Charged with AC
adapter
Connection
method
Connected via adapter
Weight
(packed state)
Approx. 580 g
(Console only: 120 g)
Refer to Instruction Manual provided
with the Mobile Console for details.
Phosphor bronze/gold-plated nickel
Approx. 55 g
Approx. 25 g
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Digital Fiber Amplifiers with Differential Outputs (E3X-DA11D/E3X-DA6D)
Characteristics of Applicable Fiber Units
Through-beam Fiber Units
Sensing distance (mm) (The figures in parentheses apply when using the 39-F1 Lens Unit.)
Sensitivity selection
HIGH
11-level setting
1
Response
time
270 or
570 µs
Fiber Unit
LOW
2
3 to 11
0.5 or 1 ms
1 to 200 ms
or
2 to 400 ms
1
270 or
570 µs
2
3 to 11
0.5 or 1 ms
1 to 200 ms
or
2 to 400 ms
Standard object
(mm) *1
(min. sensing
object *2:
opaque)
E32-T11R
240 (1680)
280 (1960)
370 (2590)
140 (980)
180 (1260)
240 (1680)
E32-T21R
50
60
80
30
40
50
E32-T16WR
580
690
910
350
450
580
(0.3 dia.) *1
E32-T16PR
380
450
600
230
290
380
(0.2 dia.) *2
1 dia. (0.01 dia.)
*1. These values are for sensing objects that are moving.
*2. This value applies when the response time is set to 3 to 11. An object of this value is detectable if the temperature changes within the range of ambient operating
temperature. (The value is for sensing objects that are moving.)
*3. The values given in the above table are those that can be detected at a digital value of 1,000 in each sensing area.
Reflective Fiber Units
Sensing distance (mm) *1
Sensitivity selection
HIGH
11-level setting
Response
time
Fiber Unit
1
270 or
570 µs
LOW
2
3-11
0.5 or 1 ms
1 to 200 ms
or
2 to 400 ms
1
270 or
570 µs
2
3-11
0.5 or 1 ms
1 to 200 ms
or
2 to 400 ms
Standard object
(mm) *2
(min. sensing
object *3:
opaque)
E32-D11R
80
90
120
45
60
80
150 × 150
(0.01 dia.)
E32-D21R
13
15
20
7
10
13
25 × 25 (0.01 dia.)
*1. Sensing distances are given for white paper.
*2. These values are for sensing objects that are moving.
*3. This value applies when the response time is set to 3 to 11. An object of this value is detectable if the temperature changes within the range of ambient operating
temperature. (The value is for sensing objects that are moving.)
Differences Compared with E3X-DA-N Amplifier
Differential-output Models (Edge-detection Models)
Type
Item
NPN output
Pre-wired
Wire-saving connector
E3X-DA11D
E3X-DA6D
Current consumption
960 mW max. (current consumption: 40 mA max. at power supply voltage of 24 VDC)
Control
output
Load current: 50 mA max., (Residual voltage: 1 V max. for NPN/PNP output)
Open collector
Switchable between Light ON (ON at edge detection) and Dark ON (OFF at edge detection)
ON/OFF output
Detection mode
Switchable between single edge and double edge detection mode
Response time
Single edge: Can be set to 270 µs, 500 µs, 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 10 ms, 20 ms, 30 ms, 50 ms, 100 ms, or 200 ms.
Double edge: Can be set to 570 µs, 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 10 ms, 20 ms, 30 ms, 50 ms, 100 ms, 200 ms or 400 ms.
Functions
Timer functions
Light ON: OFF-delay timer, Dark ON: ON-delay timer
0 to 5 s (1 to 20 ms: 1-ms units, 20 to 200 ms: 5-ms units, 200 ms to 1 s: 100 ms, 1 to 5 s: 1-s units)
APC
Yes
Zero-reset
Yes (Negative values can be displayed.)
Initial reset
Yes (Settings can be returned to defaults.)
Sensitivity selection
Yes (HIGH/LOW)
Teaching level
One-point teaching level can be varied from 1% to 50% in increments of 1%
Indicators
Operation indicator (orange), 7-segment digital incident level display (red), 7-segment digital detection level display
(red)
For other information, refer to the instruction manual supplied with the product.
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Engineering Data (Reference Value)
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X
600
Y
400
200
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
−400
High speed
−600
Super-long distance
400
Standard
200
1
−800
2
3
Super-high speed
−400
Y
400
200
0
0.4
0.8
1.2
Super-high speed
−200
1.6
Standard
600
X
Y
400
200
Standard
0
1
2
3
100
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
−200
High speed
Super-long distance
X
Super-long distance
Y
Standard
0
−200
−400
Standard
10
20
40
Super-high
speed
0.4
0.8
60
80
100
120
1.2
1.6
2
2.4
Distance
X (m)
Super-long distance
X
300
Y
200
100
0.2
0.4
−100
0.6
0.8
Super-high speed
High speed
80
X
Y
Standard
100
200
300
400
500
Distance X (mm)
−50
20
0
50
100
150
200
250
300 350
Distance
X (mm)
Standard
−60
Super-long distance
150
High speed
Super-long distance
Super-high speed
X
Y
100
50
0
−50
−100
−200
Y
40
Through-beam
E32-T14LR
50
−150
X
Super-high speed
60
−80
100
−800
1.4
Distance
X (m)
Super-long distance
−40
150
−600
1.2
Standard
−20
Super-long distance
200
0
1
−300
140 160
Distance
X (mm)
Through-beam
E32-T22B
400
200
20
−40
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
600
Y
−30
Through-beam
E32-T11
800
X
30
−20
Super-long distance
5
Through-beam
E32-T22R
−10
Standard
4
Distance X (m)
−400
40
0
1.4
−300
Super-high speed
3
−200
Distance
X (m)
−100
2
400
0
5
Distance Y (mm)
Y
200
−400
4
Distance X (m)
−200
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
X
300
1
−800
Through-beam
E32-T21R
400
0
−200
−600
−600
Through-beam
E32-T12R
High speed
200
Through-beam
E32-T11R
Super-long distance
−600
Standard
−400
Super-long distance
−400
−400
Y
400
Through-beam
E32-TC200 + E39-F1 (separately sold
Long-distance Lens Unit)
2
Distance
X (m)
X
600
Distance Y (mm)
X
800
5
−800
600
0
4
Distance X (m)
−200
−600
Standard
Through-beam
E32-TC200
Distance Y (mm)
Y
0
4
Distance X (m)
X
600
Distance Y (mm)
0
−200
800
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
800
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
Parallel Operating Range At maximum sensitivity. (Use for optical axis adjustment at installation.)
Through-beam
Through-beam
Through-beam
E32-T11L
E32-T11L + E39-F1 (separately sold
E32-T12L
Long-distance Lens Unit)
100
200
300
400
Standard
500
600
Distance
X (mm)
−100
Super-long distance
−150
9
E3X-DA-N
40
X
30
Y
20
10
Super-high speed
80
120
160
−20
Standard
Super-long distance
−40
Y
300
200
100
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
−100
High speed
−400
−500
1.2
Super-long distance
−400
Standard
Y
40
Standard
20
2
3
4
Distance
X (m)
High speed
Super-long distance
Y
100
50
Standard
1
80
Y
40
Standard
1
2
3
4
High speed
Super-long distance
Distance X (m)
X
100
Y
Standard
50
Super-high speed
1
2
High speed
Distance Y (mm)
Standard
50
0
1
2
3
4
−50
−100
High speed
Super-long distance
−200
50
X
100
Y
50
−50
3
4
Standard
1
2
3
4
5
Distance
X (m)
−50
Standard
−100
Super-long distance
−200
Y
50
5
Distance
X (m)
−100
2
High speed
3
4
5
Distance X (m)
200
−150
Super-long distance
Standard
Y
100
50
0
1
2
3
4
5
−50
−150
Super-long distance
X
150
−100
−150
2
High speed
X
Super-high speed
100
Through-beam
E32-T16PR
150
1
150
0
1
−50
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
Through-beam
E32-T16P
−100
Y
−150
−150
0
X
100
0
5
Distance
X (m)
6
Super-long distance
−150
Distance Y (mm)
100
150
5
−100
Super-long distance
Distance Y (mm)
Y
4
Distance
X (m)
Through-beam
E32-T16JR
150
3
−50
Through-beam
E32-T16J
200
5
150
0
5
−120
X
4
Distance X (m)
Through-beam
E32-T16J
200
3
−50
−150
X
−40
−60
2
−200
−80
−80
X
150
Through-beam
E32-T16WR
−40
Super-long distance
200
0
High speed
0
5
2
−800
5
120
X
60
1.6
Super-long
Standard distance
High speed
−100
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
4
Through-beam
E32-T16W
80
−20
3
−600
Through-beam
E32-T24S
1.2
Distance
X (m)
−600
Distance X (m)
−200
0.8
Through-beam
E32-T22S
Standard
2
0.4
−400
400
1
200
0
Y
0
Y
400
−200
X
200
X
600
700 800
Super-long
distance
600
800
Distance
X (mm)
500 600
Standard
Distance
X (m)
−200
1
400
High speed
−100
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
X
0
200 300
Through-beam
E32-T61 + E39-F1 (separately sold
Long-distance Lens Unit)
500
400
−300
100
−300
Through-beam
E32-T61
0.2
100
−200
−30
0
200
200
Distance
X (mm)
Y
Distance Y (mm)
40
X
Distance Y (mm)
0
300
0
−10
Through-beam
E32-T51
Distance Y (mm)
Through-beam
E32-T81R
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
Through-beam
E32-T24R
−200
Standard
Super-high speed
Distance X (m)
Super-long distance
10
E3X-DA-N
Y
20
10
0
100
200
300
−20
X
Y
100
Super-long distance
Standard
50
0
400
100
Distance
X (mm)
−10
150
Distance Y (mm)
X
Standard
Super-high
speed
200 300
500
400
Distance
X (mm)
−50
−150
X
Y
60
40
20
100
400
200
−20
−40
−60
Super-high speed
Standard
−80
−100
Distance Y (mm)
4
2
−8
−10
X
Standard
Super-high speed
Y
4
2
0
6
10
30
40
60
10
20
30
40
50
Distance
X (mm)
−2
Super-long distance
X
High speed
Y
1
2
3
4
5
4
2
20
60
40
80
100
Distance
X (mm)
Super-long
Super-high speed Standard distance
20
X
Standard
15
Y
10
5
0
20
40
60
80
100
120 140
Distance
X (mm)
−5
−15
Super-long distance
−20
20
X
Standard
Y
10
5
0
20
40
60
80
100
Distance
X (mm)
−10
High speed
Super-long distance
30
X
Y
20
10
Standard
0
−10
20
40
High speed
60
80
100
Distance
X (mm)
−20
−30
Super-long distance
High speed
Reflective
E32-C41
Reflective
E32-C31
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
Y
−4
6
Standard
−0.6
Reflective
E32-D22B
−20
X
−10
−8
−15
Super-long distance
High speed
−2
Distance
X (mm)
−0.2
−0.4
Super-long distance
−6
−5
500
Reflective
E32-D21B
−4
15
400
6
−8
−10
0.2
0
300
10
8
−6
High speed
0.6
0.4
200
Distance
X (mm)
0
80 90
Distance
X (mm)
50
20
70
Reflective
E32-D331
8
6
Y
−6
Reflective
E32-D33
X
−4
Super-long
distance
100
Reflective
E32-D22R
Standard
−2
Distance
X (mm)
300
10
8
0
500
10
−20
Distance Y (mm)
0
20
−10
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
100
80
Reflective
E32-D21R
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
Reflective
E32-D12R
Y
30
−40
−50
High speed
−30
X
Standard
−30
−100
Super-long distance
50
40
0
600
Distance Y (mm)
30
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
Operating Range With standard sensing object at maximum sensitivity. (Use for the positioning of the object and Sensor.)
Reflective
Reflective
Reflective
E32-D21L
E32-DC200
E32-D11R
12
Y
4
High speed
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Distance
X (mm)
−4
−8
Super-long distance
X
8
Standard
Super-long distance
−12
11
E3X-DA-N
Y
High speed
4
0
20
10
30
40
50
−8
Standard
Super-long distance
Distance Y (mm)
Reflective
E32-D24
10
40
20
X
Standard
15
Y
10
5
20
−20
40
80
60
100
10
8
High speed
High speed
Reflective
E32-D36P1
X
2
20
30
40
−4
Super-high speed
Distance Y (mm)
Y
100
50
200
100
300
400
500 600
Distance
X (mm)
−50
High speed
−150
Standard
Super-long
distance
−200
50
80
120
160
200
Distance
X (mm)
Standard
Super-long distance
Standard
120
Y
Standard
40
0
60
X
80
100
200
400
−40
−80
500
Distance
X (mm)
300
High speed
Super-long distance
−120
Reflective
E32-L56E@
X
Standard
Y
80
40
0
200
100
−40
300
500
400
High speed
600
Distance
X (mm)
−80
−120
Super-high
speed 40
−10
Super-long
distance
120
X
5
−5
Distance
X (mm)
Reflective
E32-D36P1
150
10
Reflective
E32-D61
−8
−10
Super-long distance
Y
15
−20
−25
Super-long distance
10
X
20
−15
4
−2
25
0
240
Distance
X (mm)
6
0
120
Distance
X (mm)
−20
−100
200
Y
−6
0
160
−10
−10
−15
80 120
Reflective
E32-D24R
−5
Distance Y (mm)
20
−40
0
Y
−30
−12
200
Standard
0
60
Distance
X (mm)
−4
X
30
Distance Y (mm)
8
40
Distance Y (mm)
X
Reflective
E32-D14LR
Super-long distance
Distance Y (mm)
12
Distance Y (mm)
Reflective
E32-D32
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
Reflective
E32-C42
2.0
X
1.5
Y
1.0
0.5
0
−0.5
4
8
12
16
20
24
Distance
X (mm)
−1.0
−1.5
−2.0
Distance Y (mm)
Limited Reflective
E32-L25L
1
0.5
0
−0.5
−1
2
4
6
8
Distance
X (mm)
10
Y
X
X
12
E3X-DA-N
Super-long distance
10
5
3
Standard
Oper- 1
ating
level 0.5
0.3
0
0.4
10
5
3
Super-long distance
Oper1
ating
level 0.5
0.3
Super-high speed
0.1
100
50
30
0.8
1.2
1.6
2
100
200
300
400
500
Y
X
10
0.02-mm
-dia.
copper wire
5
0
10
20
700 800
30
0.1-mm
-dia.
copper wire
40
−5
50
50
100
150
200
250
25
Distance Hysteresis
ON OFF
Standard
−20
Super-long
distance
Super-high
speed
5
0
100
X
80
70
Super-high
speed
ON
60
50
Standard
40
30
20
Super-long
distance
10
200
350 400
100
Sensing object: White paper
90
Sensing object: White paper
20
300
Distance (mm)
Repeat Accuracy vs. Sensing Distance
Reflective
E32-DC200
10
0.4-mm-dia.
copper wire
−15
30
15
60
Distance
X (mm)
−10
0
Distance (mm)
Hysteresis vs. Sensing Distance
Reflective
E32-D11L
φ
15
600
Standard
Super-high speed
0.1
0
Hysteresis (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
Operating Range
Reflective
E32-DC200
Super-long distance
10
5
3
0.1
Distance (m)
20
100
50
30
Oper1
ating
level 0.5
0.3
Standard
Super-high speed
1,000
500
300
Repeat accuracy (mm)
100
50
30
1,000
500
300
Excess gain ratio (times)
1,000
500
300
Excess gain ratio (times)
Excess gain ratio (times)
Excess Gain Ratio vs. Distance With standard sensing object at maximum sensitivity.
Through-beam
Reflective
Reflective
E32-TC200
E32-DC200
E32-D21L
300
400
500
Distance (mm)
0
20
40
60
80
100
Distance X (mm)
E3X-DA-N
Monitor output (V)
Monitor output (V)
Monitor Output vs. Distance (Standard Mode)
Through-beam
Reflective
E32-TC200
E32-DC200
6
5
4
6
5
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
Distance (mm)
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90 100
Distance (mm)
13
E3X-DA-N
E3X-DAB-N/E3X-DAG-N
80
X
60
Y
40
20
0
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
Parallel Operating Range At maximum sensitivity. (Use for optical axis adjustment at installation.)
Through-beam
Through-beam
E32-TC200
E32-TC200 + E39-F1(separately sold Long-distance Lens Unit)
Superlong
distance
Standard
Super-high speed
50
100
150
200
X
150
Y
100
50
0
250
Distance
X (mm)
−20
200
0.5
1
1.5
2
−40
−100
−60
−150
−80
−200
2.5
Distance
X (m)
−50
Super-high speed Standard Super-long distance
X
30
Y
20
10
0
−10
60
20
80
40
100
5
Super-long distance
−5
−15
Super-long distance
−40
Y
10
−10
Super-high speed Standard
X
15
0
Distance
X (mm)
−20
−30
20
60
20
80
40
X
30
Y
20
10
0
100
Distance
X (mm)
40
Super-high
speed
Distance Y (mm)
40
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
Operating Range With standard sensing object at maximum sensitivity. (Use for the positioning of the object and Sensor.)
Reflective
Reflective
Limited Reflective
E32-DC200
E32-CC200
E32-D11L
−10
−20
Standard
−30
−20
80
100
120
60
20
Distance
X (mm)
40
Super-high speed Standard
Super-long distance
−40
E3X-DAH-N
X
150
Y
100
50
0
Super-high speed
0.2
Standard Super-long distance
0.4
0.6
8.0
X
300
Y
200
Super-long distance
100
0
1
Distance
X (m)
−50
400
Super-high speed Standard
0.4
0.8
1.2
1.6
200
Distance Y (mm)
200
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
Parallel Operating Range At maximum sensitivity. (Use for optical axis adjustment at installation.)
Through-beam
Through-beam
Through-beam
E32-TC200
E32-T11L
E32-T14
Y
100
Standard
Super-long distance
50
Super-high speed
0
2
Distance
X (m)
−100
X
150
1
2
3
−100
−200
−100
−150
−300
−150
−200
−400
−200
4
5
Distance
X (m)
−50
X
30
20
10
0
−10
Y
Standard
Super-high
speed
40
80
120
160 200
Distance
X (mm)
−20
−30
−40
Super-long distance
80
Distance Y (mm)
40
Distance Y (mm)
Distance Y (mm)
Operating Range With standard sensing object at maximum sensitivity. (Use for the positioning of the object and Sensor.)
Reflective
Reflective
Limited Reflective
E32-DC200
E32-D11L
E32-CC200
X
60
Y
40
20
0
−20
80
160
320
240
Super-high
−40 speed
Standard Super-long
distance
−60
−80
400
Distance
X (mm)
50
40
X
Y
30
20
10
0
−10
−20
−30
−40
−50
40
80
200
120
160
Super-high
speed
Standard
Super-long
distance
Distance
X (mm)
For other information on Fiber Units, refer to the Fiber Sensors Best Selection Catalog (Cat. No. E353).
14
E3X-DA-N
(In the following examples, threshold 1 is set
to 3,000, and threshold 2 is set to 1,000.)
Technical Reference (for E3X-DA-TW Twin-output Models)
Output Patterns for Normal Operation
Outputs 1 and 2 can be set to operate independently and either Light ON mode or
Dark ON mode can be selected (independently) for channels 1and 2 making a total
of 4 possible output patterns.
Threshold 1: Dark ON
Threshold 2: Light ON
4000
Threshold 1
1000
Threshold 2
0
Output 1
Output 2
Output 1
Threshold 1: Light ON
Threshold 2: Dark ON
ON
OFF
ON
Output 2
OFF
Output 1
ON inside threshold area
Time
ON
Threshold 1
Threshold 2
3000
Threshold 1
1000
Threshold 2
Output 1
Threshold 1
Time
ON
OFF
ON
Output 2
OFF
4000
1000
ON
OFF
ON
Output 2
OFF
Output 1
3000
ON outside threshold area
0
Time
4000
0
4000
Incident level
Incident level
0
Threshold 2
Threshold 1: Dark ON
Threshold 2: Dark ON
4000
1000
1000
OFF
ON
Output 2
OFF
OFF
3000
Threshold 1
0
Time
ON
OFF
ON
3000
Incident level
3000
Incident level
Incident level
4000
Threshold 2
Time
Incident level
Threshold 1: Light ON
Threshold 2: Light ON
Output Patterns for Area Sensing
This series includes models equipped
with area sensing functionality, a first for
Digital Fiber Amplifiers. This
functionality can be used to monitor
whether the incident level is inside or
outside the threshold area. The 2 output
patterns below are possible for this kind
of operation.
3000
Threshold 1
1000
Threshold 2
0
Time
ON
OFF
ON
Output 2
OFF
Output 1
Note: Output 2 is always OFF.
15
E3X-DA-N
I/O Circuit Diagrams
NPN Output
Model
E3X-DA11-N
E3X-DAB11-N
E3X-DAG11-N
E3X-DAH11-N
E3X-DA11V
E3X-DA6
E3X-DAB6
E3X-DAG6
E3X-DAH6
E3X-DA14V
Operation
mode
Timing charts
Light-ON
Incident light
No incident light
T
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between brown and black)
Mode selector switch
Output circuit
Operation indicator (orange)
L-ON
(LIGHT ON)
Dark-ON
12 to
24 VDC
T
D-ON
(DARK ON)
• Connector Pin Arrangement
(M-8 Connector only)
L-ON
(LIGHT ON)
Dark-ON
Incident light
No incident light
T
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between brown and black)
D-ON
(DARK ON)
Light-ON
CH1/ Incident light
CH2 No incident light
T
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between brown and black)
L-ON
(LIGHT ON)
E3X-DA11TW
E3X-DA6TW
Dark-ON
CH1/ Incident light
CH2 No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
2
1
4
3
Note: Pin 2 is not used.
Incident light
No incident light
T
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between brown and black)
E3X-DA21-N
E3X-DA7
Blue
3
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between brown and black)
Light-ON
Black Load
Control output
4
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
Incident light
No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Brown
1
Display
Operation indicator (orange)
Brown
Display
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
47 Ω
Load
Black
Control output
Orange
Monitor
*
output
Load
1 to 5 V
Blue
12 to
24 VDC
* Load resistance: 10 kΩ min.
Operation
indicator
(orange)
Display
Operation indicator (orange)
Brown
Black Load
Control output 1 Load
Orange
Control output 2
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
T
12 to
24 VDC
Blue
D-ON
(DARK ON)
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between brown and black)
Note: With [email protected] models, only channel 1 is output when set for area sensing operation.
LIGHT ON: ON when the incident level is between the thresholds for channels 1 and 2.
DARK ON: OFF when the incident level is between the thresholds for channels 1 and 2. (Channel 2 is always OFF.)
Sensor I/O Connectors for Models with M8 Connectors
4
3
2
1
Wire colors
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
Wire colors
DC
Brown
White
Blue
Black
Connection
pin No.
1
2
3
4
Application
Power supply (+V)
--Power supply (0 V)
Output
Note: Pin 2 is not used.
16
E3X-DA-N
PNP Output
Operation
mode
Model
E3X-DA41-N
E3X-DAB41-N Light-ON
E3X-DAG41-N
E3X-DAH41-N
E3X-DA41V
E3X-DA8
E3X-DAB8
E3X-DAG8
E3X-DAH8
Dark-ON
E3X-DA44V
Timing charts
Incident light
No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Load
(e.g., relay)
Mode selection switch
Output circuit
Operation indicator (orange)
T
Display
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
Operate
Reset
(Between blue and black)
Incident light
No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Brown
1
L-ON
(LIGHT ON)
4
Control output
Black
12 to
24 VDC
Load
3
Blue
T
D-ON
(DARK ON)
• Connector Pin Arrangement
(M-8 Connector only)
Note: Pin 2 is not used.
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between blue and black)
2
4
1
3
Incident light
Light-ON
E3X-DA51-N
E3X-DA9
Dark-ON
Light-ON
E3X-DA41TW
E3X-DA8TW
Dark-ON
No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
T
ON
OFF
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between blue and black)
Output
transistor
Incident light
No incident light
T
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between blue and black)
CH1/ Incident light
CH2 No incident light
T
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
ON
Output
transistor
OFF
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between blue and black)
CH1/ Incident light
CH2 No incident light
Operation
ON
indicator
OFF
(orange)
Output
transistor
L-ON
(LIGHT ON)
Operation indicator (orange)
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
Control output
Black
47 Ω
Monitor output
Load
1 to 5 V
12 to
24 VDC
Orange Load *
D-ON
(DARK ON)
Blue
* Load resistance: 10 kΩ min.
L-ON
(LIGHT ON)
Operation
indicator
(orange)
Display
Operation indicator (orange)
Brown
Control
output 1
Black
Control
output 2
Photoelectric
Sensor
main
circuit
12 to
24 VDC
Load
Orange Load
T
D-ON
(DARK ON)
ON
OFF
Brown
Display
Blue 3
Operate
Load
(e.g., relay) Reset
(Between blue and black)
Note: With [email protected] models, only channel 1 is output when set for area sensing operation.
LIGHT ON: ON when the incident level is between the thresholds for channels 1 and 2.
DARK ON: OFF when the incident level is between the thresholds for channels 1 and 2. (Channel 2 is always OFF.)
Sensor I/O Connectors for Models with M8 Connectors
4
3
2
1
Wire colors
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
Wire colors
DC
Brown
White
Blue
Black
Connection
pin No.
1
2
3
4
Application
Power supply (+V)
--Power supply (0 V)
Output
Note: Pin 2 is not used.
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E3X-DA-N
Connection
Connection with K3NX-VD2@ Process Meter
K3NX-VD2@
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Monitor output Orange
+V Brown
0 V Blue
12 VDC, 80 mA*
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
12 to 24 VDC
E3X-DA-N
Note 1. Various I/O Units are available for the K3NX. Select an
appropriate output type depending on the application.
2. This wiring is for the K3NX with DC power supply
specifications and the Monitor (Analog) Sensor with DC
power supply specifications. Check respective power
supply specifications before wiring.
* Use this service power supply for the Sensor with reference to the
power consumption of each Sensor.
Nomenclature
Amplifiers
Standard, Monitor-output, Mark-detecting, Infrared, and Water-resistant Models
Lock Button
Level Display
Operation Indicator
ON when output is ON.
OFF when output is OFF.
Setting Buttons
TEACH
MODE
Operating Mode Selector
Use to switch between Light ON and Dark ON modes.
Mode Selector
Use to select SET, ADJ, or RUN mode.
Twin-output Models
Lock Button
Level Display
Operation Indicator
ON when output is ON.
Setting Buttons
TEACH
MODE
Channel-selection Switch
Use to switch between channels 1 and 2.
Mode Selector
Use to select SET, ADJ, or RUN mode.
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Amplifier Adjustments
All Models
1
Changing the Display (RUN Mode)
2
Digital incident level (4000 max.)
Set the mode
selector to RUN.
Zero-reset (RUN Mode)
Set the mode
selector to RUN.
Digital incident level (4000 max.)
RUN
RUN
(Factory-set to RUN)
TEACH
*
To reset to zero again:
MODE
2s
1s
TEACH
1s
Digital percent
To return the initial digital incident level:
TEACH
MODE
Hold down
both for 3 s.
*There is no limit on the number of times zero-reset can be used.
MODE
2s
Analog incident level and threshold
3
Initial Reset (SET Mode)
Set the mode
selector to SET.
SET
MODE
2s
TEACH
Manual Tuning (Fine Sensitivity Adjustment) in ADJ Mode
Perform fine sensitivity adjustment after teaching and
manual tuning (without using the teaching function) in
the way shown below:
Twin-output Models
MODE
Hold down
both for 5 s.
TEACH
MODE
MODE
First, select the channel to be
adjusted using the channel
Cancel
selection switch.
CH1
Execute initial reset
CH2
Set the mode
selector to ADJ.
Fine sensitivity adjustment
TEACH
MODE
ADJ
Sensitivity
increment with
threshold
decrement
Sensitivity
decrement
with threshold
increment
The items displayed in ADJ mode vary with the display
setting in RUN mode.
RUN mode
Digital incident level
Digital percent
Analog value
ADJ mode
Digital threshold
Digital percent
Analog value
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4
Setting Functions in SET Mode
Set mode selector
to SET.
Four types of sensitivity settings are available. Refer to page 22
for details.
Teaching
SET
Digital incident level display
MODE
Sensing function
2s
Available with: E3X-DA21-N
E3X-DA51-N
E3X-DA7
E3X-DA9
Displayed as "F."
Monitor Focus
Standard (factory-set)
TEACH
B
A
Super-long distance
TEACH
MODE
2s
Super-high speed
Setting upper limit Alternates between
for monitoring
"A-UP" and setting value.
TEACH
(Factory setting)
Alternates
MODE
Timer function
2s
Displayed as "t."
TEACH
0 (Factory-set)
In units of 100
from 4,000.
Alternates
TEACH
Adjustable in 1-ms units
for 0 to 20 ms and in 5-ms
units for 25 ms or higher.
TEACH
200
Alternates
TEACH
MODE
Flashing setting
2s
Displayed as "L."
TEACH
Alternates
OFF (Factory-set)
TEACH
TEACH
Note: It is not possible to set an upper limit
that is lower than the lower limit.
ON
TEACH
MODE
MODE
Hold setting
2s
Displayed as "H."
OFF (Factory-set)
Setting lower limit Alternates between
for monitoring
"A-LO" and setting value.
(Factory setting)
Alternates
TEACH
TEACH
In units of
100 from 0
Peak
Alternates
TEACH
Bottom
TEACH
TEACH
Alternates
MODE
Display orientation setting Reversing display
2s
TEACH
Standard (factory-set)
Alternates
TEACH
TEACH
Reverse
B
A
TEACH
Note: It is not possible to set an lower limit
that is lower than the lower limit.
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Twin-output Models
4
Setting Functions (SET Mode)
Set mode selector to
SET.
Four types of sensitivity settings are available. Refer to page 22 for
details.
Teaching
SET
Digital incident level display
A
B
Setting the operating mode Changing the operating mode
The operating mode for the channel
set with the channel-selection switch
can be changed.
MODE
Timer function
2s
Displayed as “t.”
Changed using the channel-selection switch
CH1
Channel 1
L-ON
(Factory setting)
CH2
TEACH
Channel 2
Adjustable in 1-ms units
for 0 to 20 ms and in 5-ms
units for 25 ms or higher.
200
L-ON
TEACH
(Factory setting)
(Factory setting)
TEACH
TEACH
MODE
Flashing setting
2s
D-ON
Displayed as “L.”
D-ON
OFF (factory-set)
TEACH
MODE
Sensing function
2s
Displayed as “F.”
ON
TEACH
Standard (factory-set)
MODE
TEACH
Hold setting
2s
Displayed as “H.”
Super-long distance
OFF (factory-set)
TEACH
TEACH
Super-high speed
Peak
TEACH
TEACH
Area
Bottom
TEACH
B
A
TEACH
MODE
2s
● Area Sensing
Area sensing is possible using the threshold values
for channels 1 and 2.
• If channel 1 is set to L-ON, output turns ON when
the incident level is between the thresholds.
• If channel 1 is set to D-ON, output turns OFF
when the incident level is between the
thresholds.
The result is output to control output 1.
(Control output 2 is always OFF.)
Display orientation setting Reversing display
Standard (factory-set)
TEACH
Reverse
TEACH
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All Models
Teaching (SET Mode)
• The four types of teaching given below are available.
• Once the setting is made, the Amplifier operates according to the settings. The red level display will flash if a teaching error
occurs. In that case, repeat the whole teaching procedure.
With twin-output models, switch to the channel to be adjusted using the channel-selection switch.
Maximum Sensitivity Setting
1
2
3
4
CH2
SET
Set the mode selector to SET to start teaching.
Step
CH1
Two-point With/Without-object Teaching
Operation
Step
Set the mode selector to SET.
SET
Press the TEACH button for at
least 3 seconds.
Setting is complete when the
level display changes from red to
green.
The level display will display the
digital incident level later.
Operation
1
Set the mode selector to SET.
2
Press the TEACH button for
approximately 1 second when
the object is at the sensing
position.
SET
TEACH
3s
(Red)
Object
TEACH
1s
(Green)
Set to RUN mode.
RUN
3
The red level display is lit.
4
Press the TEACH button for
approximately 1 second with no
object.
(Red)
One-point Without-object Teaching
Step
1
Operation
Set the mode selector to SET.
SET
TEACH
1s
2
Press the TEACH button for
approximately 1 second.
5
Teaching is complete when the green
level display is lit.The level display will
display the digital incident level later.
6
Set to RUN mode.
(Green)
RUN
TEACH
1s
3
4
5
Teaching is complete when the
red level display is lit. The level
display will display the digital
incident level later.
(Red)
Note: The order of “with-object” and “without-object” setting steps above can be
reversed.
Pin-point Teaching (for Positioning)
Step
Set to RUN mode.
RUN
The threshold is automatically
set with the object.
Object
Operation
1
Set the mode selector to SET.
2
Press the TEACH button for
approximately 1 second with no
object.
SET
TEACH
1s
Out- ON
put
3
The red level display is lit.
4
Place the object in the desired
position, and press the TEACH
button for at least 3 seconds.
(Red)
Note: If one-point teaching is not available because the difference in level is too
fine, try two-point teaching.
Operating Mode Selector
Operating mode
Light-ON
L-ON
Dark-ON
D-ON
Operation
(Factory-set)
L
Object
TEACH
3s
D
5
Teaching is complete when the green
level display is lit.
The level display will display the digital
incident level later. (The red level
display will flash if a teaching error
occurs.)
6
Set to RUN mode.
Note: There is no operating mode selector for twin-output models.
(Green)
RUN
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E3X-DA-N
Safety Precautions
WARNING
This product is not designed or rated for
ensuring safety of persons. Do not use it for
such purpose.
Precautions for Correct Use
Do not use the product in atmospheres or environments that
exceed product ratings.
Insertion position
Lock button
Amplifiers
● 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.
● Mounting
Joining and Separating Amplifiers
Joining Amplifiers
(1) Mount the Amplifiers one at a time onto the DIN track.
(2) Slide the Amplifiers together, line up the clips, and press
the Amplifiers together until they click into place.
Clip
Fiber Connection and Disconnection
The E3X Amplifier uses a one-touch locking mechanism.
(Only the E3X-NM uses a locking button mechanism.)
Connect or disconnect the fibers to or from the E3X Amplifier
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, and lower the
lock button.
Click
into place
Fiber
Fiber insertion
mark
10.7 mm
(2) Disconnection
Remove the protective
cover and raise the
lock button to pull out
the fiber.
Protective cover
Locked
Unlocked
Note: To maintain the fiber properties, confirm that the
lock is released before removing the fiber.
(3) Precautions for Fiber Connection/Disconnection
Be sure to lock or unlock the lock button within an ambient
temperature range between −10 and 40°C.
Mounting the Mobile Console Head
Leave a gap of at least 20 mm
between the nearest Amplifier and
the Mobile Console head.
20 mm
Separating Amplifiers
Slide Amplifiers away from each other, and remove from the
DIN track one at a time. (Do not attempt to remove Amplifiers
from the DIN track without separating them first.)
Note 1. The specifications for ambient temperature will vary according to the
number of Amplifiers used together. For details, refer to Ratings and
Specifications.
2. Always turn OFF the power supply before joining or separating
Amplifiers.
Mounting the Mobile Console Head
With Twin-output models (E3X-DA@@TW), up to 16 channels
(i.e., eight E3X-DA@@TW Amplifiers) can be set using the
E3X-MC11 Mobile Console. (Operating modes and area
detection, however, cannot be set.)
● Adjustment
Mutual Interference Protection Function
There may be some instability in the digital display values due
to light from other sensors. If this occurs, decrease the
sensitivity (i.e., increase the threshold) to perform stable
detection.
EEPROM Writing Error
If the data is not written to the EEPROM correctly due to a
power failure during teaching or static-electric noise, repeat
the whole teaching procedure.
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Optical Communications
Several Amplifiers can be slid together and used in groups.
Do not, however, slide the Amplifiers or attempt to remove any
of the Amplifiers during operation.
Hysteresis Adjustment
The hysteresis setting can be adjusted using the Mobile
Console. Do not, however, set the hysteresis to a value lower
than the factory setting. Using a setting less than the factory
setting may result in incorrect operation.
The clip can also be removed using the following mechanism,
which is incorporated in the construction of the section
underneath the clip.
(1) Insert the clip to be removed into the slit underneath the
clip on another Amplifier.
Amplifiers with Connectors
● Mounting
Mounting Connectors
(1) Insert the Master or Slave Connector into the Amplifier
until it clicks into place.
(2) Remove the clip by rotating the Amplifier.
Rotate
Insert
(2) Join Amplifiers together as required after all the Master
and Slave Connectors have been inserted.
(3) Attach the stickers (provided as accessories) to the sides
of Master and Slave Connectors that are not connected to
other Connectors.
Sticker
When using the E3X-DA-N with the Mobile Console, mount
the End Plate in the way shown below.
Sticker
Note: Attach the stickers to the sides with grooves.
End Plate
Removing Connectors
(1) Slide the slave Amplifier(s) for which the Connector is to
be removed away from the rest of the group.
(2) After the Amplifier(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
Amplifiers first.)
Pull Strengths for Connectors (Including Cables)
E3X-CN11, E3X-CN21, E3X-CN22: 30 N max.
E3X-CN12: 12 N max.
Press down
Lever
Remove
Mounting End Plate (PFP-M)
Depending on how it is mounted, an Amplifier may move
during operation. In this case, use an End Plate.
Before mounting an End Plate, remove the clip from the
master Amplifier using a nipper or similar tool.
Clip
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E3X-DA-N
Accessories
Operating Instructions Sticker E39-Y1
• Attach near the Sensor.
• 1 English and 1 Japanese sticker per set
• Material: Front side: Paper, Reverse side: Adhesive tape
Japanese Sticker
100
62
English Sticker
100
62
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E3X-DA-N
(Unit: mm)
Unless otherwise specified, the tolerance class IT16 is used for dimensions in this data sheet.
Dimensions
Pre-wired Amplifiers
E3X-DA11-N
E3X-DA21-N
E3X-DAB11-N
E3X-DA41-N
E3X-DA51-N
E3X-DA11D
With Mounting Bracket Attached
E3X-DAG11-N
E3X-DAH11-N
E3X-DAB41-N
E3X-DAG41-N
E3X-DAH41-N
*2
Operation indicator
3
Two,
2.4 dia.
4.9 × 3 = 14.7 Incident level indicator
Threshold level indicator
a *1
17.15
13.05
64.3
10
38.6
5.3
Mounting Holes
Two, M3
31.5
8
9.9
10.7
16
10.75
Hole for
optical
communications
4.1
10.3
16
22.4
13
Two, 3.2-dia. holes
2.4
4
34.8
Mounting Bracket (E39-L143)
(order separately)
SUS304 stainless steel
3.4
4.4
22.4
*1. The Mounting Bracket can also be used on
side A.
*2. E3X-DA11-N/DA41-N/DAB11-N: 4-dia.
vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors
(Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2;
Insulationdiameter: 1.1 mm).
Standard length: 2 m.
E3X-DA21-N/DA51-N: 4-dia. vinyl-insulated
round cable with 4 conductors (Conductor
cross section: 0.2 mm2;
Insulation diameter:1.1 mm).
Standard length: 2 m.
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Note: When using E39-L143 Mounting Brackets, there will be small gaps between the Amplifier
Units if they are mounted side by side.
Pre-wired Amplifiers, Water-resistant Models
E3X-DA11V
E3X-DA41V
With Mounting Bracket Attached
4.9 × 3 = 14.7
30.05
25.95
Incident level indicator
Threshold level indicator
Operation indicator
*2
a *1
81.5
Two,
2.4 dia.
6.9
12
40
2.8
33
8
9.9
11.2
10.7
3.9
3.4
16
23.9
14.4
4.3
37
67.2
11.5
Mounting Holes
Two, M3
16
23.9
3.4
Hole for
optical
communications
6.6
Mounting Bracket (E39-L148) (order separately)
5.4 SUS304 stainless steel
16
5.4
3.4
*1. The Mounting Bracket can also be used on side A.
*2. 4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors
(Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2;
Insulation diameter: 1.1 mm).
Standard length: 2 m.
26
E3X-DA-N
Pre-wired Amplifiers, Twin-output Models
E3X-DA11TW
E3X-DA41TW
With Mounting Bracket Attached
*2
Operation indicator
3
Two,
2.4 dia.
4.9 × 3 = 14.7 Incident level indicator
Threshold level indicator
a *1
17.15
13.05
64.3
10
38.6
5.3
Mounting Holes
Two, M3
31.5
8
9.9
10.7
16
10.75
3.4
10.3
E39-L143 Mounting Bracket (order separately)
SUS304 stainless steel
3.4
Amplifiers with Standard Connectors
E3X-DA6
E3X-DAG6
E3X-DA7
E3X-DAH6
E3X-DA8
E3X-DAB8
E3X-DA9
E3X-DAG8
E3X-DAB6 E3X-DAH8
E3X-DA6D E3X-DA6-P
10
4.4
22.4
*1. The Mounting Bracket can also be used on side A.
*2. 4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 4 conductors
(Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2;
Insulation diameter: 1.1 mm).
Standard length: 2 m.
16
Incident level indicator
Threshold level indicator
Operation indicator
13.05
17.15
Two,
2.4 dia.
2.4
4
34.8
Two, 3.2-dia. holes
Note: When using E39-L143 Mounting Brackets,
there will be small gaps between the Amplifier
Units if they are mounted side by side.
Hole for
optical
communications
16
22.4
13
4.9 × 3 = 14.7
3
64.3
31.5
8
14
9.9
10.7
5.5
3.4
1.8
38.6
13
36.7
5.1 3.9
Hole for optical communications
1.8
1.7
4.2
6.2
1.7
Dimensions with Master Connector Connected
71
67.5
64.3
Dimensions with Slave Connector Connected
31.5
1.5
1.8 5.1 3.9
71
67.5
E3X-CN11: 4.0 dia.
E3X-CN21: 4.0 dia.
E3X-CN02: With no cable
E3X-CN12: 2.6 dia.
E3X-CN22: 4.0 dia.
E3X-CN02: With no cable
64.3
31.5
1.5
12.95
4
10
1.8 5.1 3.9
12.95
3
4.8
17.45
11.55
4
10
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E3X-DA-N
Amplifiers with M8 Connectors, Water-resistant Models
E3X-DA14V
E3X-DA44V
*The Mounting Bracket can
With Mounting Bracket Attached
4.9 × 3 = 14.7
30.05
25.95
Incident level indicator
Threshold level indicator
also be used on side A.
Operation indicator
a *1
81.5
Two,
2.4 dia.
6.9
12
40
2.8 M8
33
8
9.9
11.2
10.7
3.9
3.4
37
67.2
11.5
Mounting Holes
Hole for
optical
communications
16
23.9
14.4
4.3
11
E39-L148 Mounting Bracket (order separately)
SUS304 stainless steel
16
23.9
Two, M3
3.4
5.4
16
5.4
3.4
Incident level indicator
Amplifiers with Standard Connectors, Twin-output Models
Threshold level indicator
E3X-DA6TW
Operation indicator
E3X-DA8TW
13.05
17.15
10
4.9 × 3 = 14.7
3
Two, 2.4 dia.
64.3
31.5
8
14
9.9
10.7
5.5
3.4
1.8
38.6
13
36.7
Hole for optical communications
5.1 3.9
1.8
1.7
4.2
6.2
Dimensions with Master Connector Connected
1.7
Dimensions with Slave Connector Connected
71
67.5
71
67.5
64.3
64.3
E3X-CN22:
4.0 dia.
E3X-CN21:
4.0 dia.
31.5
1.5
1.8 5.1 3.9
31.5
1.5
12.95
4
10
1.8 5.1 3.9
12.95
3
4.8
17.45
11.55
4
10
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Amplifiers with Connectors
Master Connectors
E3X-CN11
E3X-CN21
+50
0
2,000
10
6
2.9
10.7
6.8
2.6
4
4 dia.
*
14.4
6
8.4
15.1
0.8
10±2
30±2
+50
0
50
* E3X-CN11: 4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 3 conductors (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2; Insulation diameter: 1.1 mm).
E3X-CN21: 4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 4 conductors (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2; Insulation diameter: 1.1 mm).
Slave Connectors
E3X-CN12
E3X-CN22
+50
0
2,000
10
6
10.7
6.8
2.9
4
2.6
*
E3X-CN12: 2.6 dia.
E3X-CN22: 4 dia.
14.4
6
10±2
30±2
8.4
15.1
0.8
3
+50
0
50
* E3X-CN12: 2.6-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 1 conductor (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2; Insulation diameter: 1.1 mm).
E3X-CN22: 4-dia. vinyl-insulated round cable with 2 conductors (Conductor cross section: 0.2 mm2; Insulation diameter: 1.1 mm).
Mobile Console
E3X-MC11
Mobile Console
AC adapter jack
Mobile Console Head
Communications jack
Communications jack
26
10
20
22
Menu indicators
52.8
(38.2)
31.8
13.2
Connection indicator
13.1
16.3
28.8
1.2 5.1 12.3
17.3
24.3
30.3
27.7
9.9
Channel indicator
M5 ball
plunger
Output
indicator
Mode display
31.2
36.7
51.3
5.6 Optical
communications
position
Channel
buttons
136
Escape button
Teaching
button
Enter
button
Mode
button
57
57
Power supply button
Function
button
Battery
indicators
12
26
50
Accessories (Order Separately)
Mounting Brackets
End Plate
In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
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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.
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In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
OMRON Corporation
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