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Sensor connection can be completed...
...easily...
...by anyone...
Round Waterproof Pressure-welded Assembly Connectors
...with unified parts.
XS5C/G
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Because Smartclick Connectors are used, you get easy connection with just a twist.
* Smartclick is registered trademark of OMRON Corporation.
Insert fully.
Rotate 1/8 turn.
Features
Dimensions
XS5G-D418 Plug
(Units: mm)
waterproof bushing
with a tab
XS5C-D418 Socket
(Units: mm)
66
58
M12
Unified parts...
Wires up to
AWG 26 to 18
can be
pressure-welded.
for less stock management.
Handles cable diameters of 3 to 8 mm.
For 5 to 8-mm dia., just remove the
tabbed, waterproof bushing.
17.5 dia.
14.9 dia.
17.5 dia.
14.9 dia.
M12
62.4
54.4
Assembling procedure
7) Assembling the Contact block
1) Preparations (Make sure they are all at hand.)
• Insert the cap unit core wire end processing has completed in a contact block.
• Use a pink marking ( mark of a housing and an arrow of a IDC cover ), as a
guideline of alignment. The location of the arrow is the side of the terminal No.1.
*A 5-mm dia. cable connects with or without the bushing.
IDC cover
Contact block
Cap
Cap unit
Anyone...
Visual
confirmation
is possible.
...with no torque management
The titightened position is clear,
so tor
torque management
is not required.
2) Dressing the cable end
• Peel covering of a cable.
Pink marking
approx. 40 mm
Cable
External diameter of applicable cable
Conductor cross section
3 to 8 mm
0.14 to 0.75 mm2 / AWG 26 to 18
Just six steps to complete
mplete wiring with no special
sp
tools.
3) Choose the waterproof bushing
4
1
* Confirm that the color of the housing and the IDC cover is same before insertion.
• Choose the waterproof bushing type according to the cable size.
<External diameter of cable: In case of 3 to 5 mm>
Easy...
Remove the cable sheath.
Cut off the ends of the wires that extend from the Unit.
2
5
The only tools you’ll need are wire cutters and a wrench.
Soldering
iron
Torque
wrench
Wire
cutters
• After inserting the cap unit and tightening a screw up lightly by hand, screw up the
cap by a tool of a spanner or wrench (size 15 mm).*2
<External diameter of cable: In case of 5 to 8 mm>
When using, pick tab both sides of the waterproof bushing with a tab and
pull it out in the direction of an arrow.
Pressure-welding for easy connection.
Pressurewelded
8) Tightening up the cap
Use the cap unit in the delivery state.
...with no special tools
Insert the wires into the Cap Unit.
Insert the Cap Unit into the Contact Block.
3
6
(Not required.)
waterproof bushing with a tab
* When it isn't necessary to pull out bushing, do not pull a tab or pull out bushing carelessly.
Do not insert the pulled-out bushing again.
Wrench
Insert the wires into the wire guides in the
IDC (Insulation Displacement Contact) cover.
Twist the Cap Unit and Contact Block to
pressure-weld the wires.
Ordering Information
Plug
Rated current
Rated voltage
Contact resistance (connector)
Dielectric strength (connector)
Degree of protection
Insertion tolerance
Lock strength
Cable holding strength
Ambient operating
temperature range
4A
250 VDC
40 mΩ max. (20 mV max., 100 mA max.)
1,500 VAC for 1 min (leakage current: 1 mA max.)
IP67 (IEC60529)
50 times
Tensile: 100 N/15 s, Torsion: 1 N·m/15 s
Cable diameter: Less than 4 mm
12 N/15 s
4 mm to less than 6 mm 30 N/15 s
6 mm or larger
100 N/15 s
-25 to 70 °C
Number of pressure-weld 10 times max.
repairs
(Limited to the same external diameter and wire diameter.)
* Insert fully until a cable doesn't
enter any more.
* It's shown by a figure in case of
cable external diameter 3 to 5 mm.
• Confirm the terminal number indication*1 of a IDC (Insulation Displacement Contact)
cover, insert a core wire in each wire guide according to the terminal number and
push in to the lowermost part of a core wire storage part.
4
XS5G-D418
Ratings and Specifications
• Insert a cable in the cap unit.
5) Wiring
Socket
Number of poles
Model
4
XS5C-D418
Core wire storage part
*1 Terminal No.1: Brown
Terminal No.2: White
Terminal No.3: Blue
Terminal No.4: Black
Contacts
Fixtures
O-ring
PBT resin (UL94V-0)
PBT resin (UL94V-0)
Phosphor bronze / nickel base
Gold-plated contacts (0.15 µm)
Nickel-plated zinc alloy
Rubber
Recommended Cables
Cable outer diameter
Core sizes
Minimum wire diameter
Outer diameter of wire covering
Sheath material
Material of wire covering
3 to 8 mm
0.14 to 0.75 mm2 (AWG 26 to 18)
0.08 mm
0.7 to 2.6 mm
PVC, PE, PUR
PVC, PE
Fixture
Mold cover
completion position
* When the operation has completed, mark of cap comes into the square of the indicator
formed into a mold cover (
), so also use it as guideline to know to complete.
* Avoid tightening a cap up beyond the completion position. It may cause damage.
9) Final checking
• When the connector has been assembled, make sure the line insulation is as
specified.
Repair work procedure
Materials and Finish
Pin block
Overmolding / Cover
*2 When screwing up
the cap by large size tool,
it may cause damage.
completion position
• When a gap between a mold cover of contact block and a cap disappeared
assembly and wire connection has completed.
4) Cable insertion
Number of poles
Model
Housing
* Color : Housing/ IDC cover
XS5C : Gray
XS5G : White
Core wire
Wire guide part
* There is a difference in a
storing state depending on
core wire diameter.
6) Processing the core wire end
• Cut the end part of each core wire with nippers. Cutting the core wire end in the
range of cut-area of figure.
Cap unit removal
• When releasing wire connection, remove the cap unit in the opposite procedure of assembly work. [ 8) 7) ]
* The core wire remain connected to the IDC connection part rarely. In that case, remove core wire end part to the
vertical direction by tweezers etc. Do not touch the IDC contact directly at that time.
* When IDC cover was left on the housing side, remove it by pulling a cable. In case IDC cover has been removed
by holding strongly and pulling, it may cause damage.
Cable removal
• When removing the cable from the cap unit, pull the cable to the opposite
direction of assembly work procedure 4). When tip of the core wire end has
been pushed lightly into the IDC cover by tweezers etc, cable removal
becomes easy.
Terminal number
indication surface
Boss
Core wire
Repair work
• When connecting the wire again, do assembly (repair work) according to assembling procedure 1) 8).
* Please be careful not to cut the boss.
Cut-area
* In case of repair, use a cable of the same diameter and a core wire of the same diameter. The number of times
of repair wire connection is maximum 10 times.
* When doing a repair, work after enough removing the foreign substance and moisture adhering to a connector.
Be careful so that the foreign substance and moisture do not enter the wire connection part. It may cause
short-circuit etc.
Features
Dimensions
XS5G-D418 Plug
(Units: mm)
waterproof bushing
with a tab
XS5C-D418 Socket
(Units: mm)
66
58
M12
Unified parts...
Wires up to
AWG 26 to 18
can be
pressure-welded.
for less stock management.
Handles cable diameters of 3 to 8 mm.
For 5 to 8-mm dia., just remove the
tabbed, waterproof bushing.
17.5 dia.
14.9 dia.
17.5 dia.
14.9 dia.
M12
62.4
54.4
Assembling procedure
7) Assembling the Contact block
1) Preparations (Make sure they are all at hand.)
• Insert the cap unit core wire end processing has completed in a contact block.
• Use a pink marking ( mark of a housing and an arrow of a IDC cover ), as a
guideline of alignment. The location of the arrow is the side of the terminal No.1.
*A 5-mm dia. cable connects with or without the bushing.
IDC cover
Contact block
Cap
Cap unit
Anyone...
Visual
confirmation
is possible.
...with no torque management
The titightened position is clear,
so tor
torque management
is not required.
2) Dressing the cable end
• Peel covering of a cable.
Pink marking
approx. 40 mm
Cable
External diameter of applicable cable
Conductor cross section
3 to 8 mm
0.14 to 0.75 mm2 / AWG 26 to 18
Just six steps to complete
mplete wiring with no special
sp
tools.
3) Choose the waterproof bushing
4
1
* Confirm that the color of the housing and the IDC cover is same before insertion.
• Choose the waterproof bushing type according to the cable size.
<External diameter of cable: In case of 3 to 5 mm>
Easy...
Remove the cable sheath.
Cut off the ends of the wires that extend from the Unit.
2
5
The only tools you’ll need are wire cutters and a wrench.
Soldering
iron
Torque
wrench
Wire
cutters
• After inserting the cap unit and tightening a screw up lightly by hand, screw up the
cap by a tool of a spanner or wrench (size 15 mm).*2
<External diameter of cable: In case of 5 to 8 mm>
When using, pick tab both sides of the waterproof bushing with a tab and
pull it out in the direction of an arrow.
Pressure-welding for easy connection.
Pressurewelded
8) Tightening up the cap
Use the cap unit in the delivery state.
...with no special tools
Insert the wires into the Cap Unit.
Insert the Cap Unit into the Contact Block.
3
6
(Not required.)
waterproof bushing with a tab
* When it isn't necessary to pull out bushing, do not pull a tab or pull out bushing carelessly.
Do not insert the pulled-out bushing again.
Wrench
Insert the wires into the wire guides in the
IDC (Insulation Displacement Contact) cover.
Twist the Cap Unit and Contact Block to
pressure-weld the wires.
Ordering Information
Plug
Rated current
Rated voltage
Contact resistance (connector)
Dielectric strength (connector)
Degree of protection
Insertion tolerance
Lock strength
Cable holding strength
Ambient operating
temperature range
4A
250 VDC
40 mΩ max. (20 mV max., 100 mA max.)
1,500 VAC for 1 min (leakage current: 1 mA max.)
IP67 (IEC60529)
50 times
Tensile: 100 N/15 s, Torsion: 1 N·m/15 s
Cable diameter: Less than 4 mm
12 N/15 s
4 mm to less than 6 mm 30 N/15 s
6 mm or larger
100 N/15 s
-25 to 70 °C
Number of pressure-weld 10 times max.
repairs
(Limited to the same external diameter and wire diameter.)
* Insert fully until a cable doesn't
enter any more.
* It's shown by a figure in case of
cable external diameter 3 to 5 mm.
• Confirm the terminal number indication*1 of a IDC (Insulation Displacement Contact)
cover, insert a core wire in each wire guide according to the terminal number and
push in to the lowermost part of a core wire storage part.
4
XS5G-D418
Ratings and Specifications
• Insert a cable in the cap unit.
5) Wiring
Socket
Number of poles
Model
4
XS5C-D418
Core wire storage part
*1 Terminal No.1: Brown
Terminal No.2: White
Terminal No.3: Blue
Terminal No.4: Black
Contacts
Fixtures
O-ring
PBT resin (UL94V-0)
PBT resin (UL94V-0)
Phosphor bronze / nickel base
Gold-plated contacts (0.15 µm)
Nickel-plated zinc alloy
Rubber
Recommended Cables
Cable outer diameter
Core sizes
Minimum wire diameter
Outer diameter of wire covering
Sheath material
Material of wire covering
3 to 8 mm
0.14 to 0.75 mm2 (AWG 26 to 18)
0.08 mm
0.7 to 2.6 mm
PVC, PE, PUR
PVC, PE
Fixture
Mold cover
completion position
* When the operation has completed, mark of cap comes into the square of the indicator
formed into a mold cover (
), so also use it as guideline to know to complete.
* Avoid tightening a cap up beyond the completion position. It may cause damage.
9) Final checking
• When the connector has been assembled, make sure the line insulation is as
specified.
Repair work procedure
Materials and Finish
Pin block
Overmolding / Cover
*2 When screwing up
the cap by large size tool,
it may cause damage.
completion position
• When a gap between a mold cover of contact block and a cap disappeared
assembly and wire connection has completed.
4) Cable insertion
Number of poles
Model
Housing
* Color : Housing/ IDC cover
XS5C : Gray
XS5G : White
Core wire
Wire guide part
* There is a difference in a
storing state depending on
core wire diameter.
6) Processing the core wire end
• Cut the end part of each core wire with nippers. Cutting the core wire end in the
range of cut-area of figure.
Cap unit removal
• When releasing wire connection, remove the cap unit in the opposite procedure of assembly work. [ 8) 7) ]
* The core wire remain connected to the IDC connection part rarely. In that case, remove core wire end part to the
vertical direction by tweezers etc. Do not touch the IDC contact directly at that time.
* When IDC cover was left on the housing side, remove it by pulling a cable. In case IDC cover has been removed
by holding strongly and pulling, it may cause damage.
Cable removal
• When removing the cable from the cap unit, pull the cable to the opposite
direction of assembly work procedure 4). When tip of the core wire end has
been pushed lightly into the IDC cover by tweezers etc, cable removal
becomes easy.
Terminal number
indication surface
Boss
Core wire
Repair work
• When connecting the wire again, do assembly (repair work) according to assembling procedure 1) 8).
* Please be careful not to cut the boss.
Cut-area
* In case of repair, use a cable of the same diameter and a core wire of the same diameter. The number of times
of repair wire connection is maximum 10 times.
* When doing a repair, work after enough removing the foreign substance and moisture adhering to a connector.
Be careful so that the foreign substance and moisture do not enter the wire connection part. It may cause
short-circuit etc.
Safety Precautions
Precautions for Correct Use
Do not use the Connectors in an atmosphere or environment that exceeds the specifications.
Connector Connection and Disconnection
• When connecting or disconnecting Connectors, be sure to hold the Connectors by hand.
• Do not hold the cable when disconnecting Connectors.
• When mating Connectors, be sure to insert the plug all the way to the back of the socket before attempting to lock the Connectors.
• Do not use tools of any sort to mate the Connectors. Always use your hands. Pliers or other tools may damage the Connectors.
• When mating to an M12 Threaded Connector, such as on the XS2, tighten the lock with your hands.(The suitable tightening torque is 0.39 to 0.49 N·m.)
Wiring
• Always confirm wiring diagrams before wiring sensors, limit switches, or other devices.
• Lay the cables so that external force is not applied to the Connectors. Otherwise, the degree of protection (IP67) may not be achieved.
Degree of Protection
• The degree of protection of Connectors (IP67) is not for a fully watertight structure. Do not the Connectors underwater.
• Do not step on or place any objects on the Connectors. Doing so may damage the Connectors.
General Precautions
• Do not pull excessively on the Connectors or cables. Do not install the Connectors or cables in any way that would place a load directly on the mating section
or cable connections. Doing so can damage the Connectors or break the wires inside the cables.
• Install the Connectors and cables where they will not be stepped on to prevent the wires inside the cables from being broken and to prevent the Connectors
from being damaged. If the Connectors or cables must be installed where they might be stepped on, protect them with covers.
• Refer to the specifications for your cables before bending the cables and do not bend them past their minimum bending radius.
• If sensors or switches are not attached during installation, protect the mating surface of the Connector with a XS2Z-22 Waterproof Cover of
XS2Z-14/15 Dust Cover.
OMRON Corporation
Industrial Automation Company
Authorized Distributor:
Tokyo, JAPAN
Contact: www.ia.omron.com
Regional Headquarters
OMRON EUROPE B.V.
Wegalaan 67-69-2132 JD Hoofddorp
The Netherlands
Tel: (31)2356-81-300/Fax: (31)2356-81-388
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IL 60173-5302 U.S.A.
Tel: (1) 847-843-7900/Fax: (1) 847-843-7787
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No. 438A Alexandra Road # 05-05/08 (Lobby 2),
Alexandra Technopark,
Singapore 119967
Tel: (65) 6835-3011/Fax: (65) 6835-2711
OMRON (CHINA) CO., LTD.
Room 2211, Bank of China Tower,
200 Yin Cheng Zhong Road,
PuDong New Area, Shanghai, 200120, China
Tel: (86) 21-5037-2222/Fax: (86) 21-5037-2200
© OMRON Corporation 2012 All Rights Reserved.
In the interest of product improvement,
specifications are subject to change without notice.
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