Infrared Thermosensor ES1B CSM_ES1B_DS_E_3_3 Achieve Low-cost Measurements with an Infrared Thermosensor. • The ES1B has an electromotive output as high as that of a thermocouple, thus connecting directly to the thermocouple input terminal of the Temperature Controller is possible. • Four temperature ranges are available to cover a wide range of temperature measurement needs, including those in the food processing, packaging, molding, and electronics industries. • High-accuracy temperature measurement is ensured by a high-speed response of 300 ms (for a 63% response) and an indication reproducibility of ±1% PV. • Unlike thermocouples, the Thermosensor does not deteriorate. Therefore, stable, real-time temperature control can be maintained. Refer to Safety Precautions for All Temperature Controllers. Ordering Information When your order, specify the temperature range. ■ List of Models Appearance and sensing characteristic 2 mm 20 mm 40 mm Specification (temperature range) 10 to 70°C 60 mm Model ES1B 60 to 120°C 115 to 165°C 140 to 260°C 2 dia. 20 dia. 40 dia. 60 dia. Application Examples Temperature Control of Ironing Portion Film Temperature Measurement of Sheet Molding Machines and Resin Extrusion Machines DC power supply Vertically heating rolls Resin Note: 1. Either a 12 VDC or 24 VDC power supply is required for the ES1B. 2. To measure the difference in temperature between two points, use two isolated power supplies. ES1B Power supply (+) ES1B Conveyor ES1B Power supply (−) DC power supply Output (+) Horizontally heating rolls Output (−) Molding trays Output (−) Output (+) Temperature Controller ES1B Detecting Excessive Heat Radiation of High-tension Distribution Boards or Transformers Detecting Excessive Heat Radiation of Bearings Power supply (+) Power supply (−) DC power supply ES1B ES1B ES1B Output (+) High-tension line DC power supply Output (−) Output (−) Temperature Output (+) Controller ES1B High-tension distribution panel Bearing Power supply (+) DC power supply Power supply (−) Do not use the Infrared Thermosensor in locations where the ambient temperature changes rapidly. To use the Infrared Thermosensor in locations subject to rapid changes in temperature due to radiant heat or movement of hot air, use a heat shield or other method to reduce rapid changes in temperature as much as possible. 1 ES1B Specifications ■ Ratings/Characteristics Item ES1B Power supply voltage 12/24 VDC Operating voltage range 90% to 110% of the power supply voltage Current consumption 20 mA max. Measuring temperature range Accuracy (See note 1.) 10 to 70°C, 60 to 120°C, 115 to 165°C, 140 to 260°C ±5°C (See note 2.) ±2% PV or ±2°C, whichever is larger ±10°C (See note 2.) ±4% PV or ±4°C, whichever is larger ±30°C (See note 2.) ±6% PV or ±6°C, whichever is larger ±40°C (See note 2.) ±8% PV or ±8°C, whichever is larger ±1% PV or ±1°C, whichever is larger Reproducibility Temperature drift Influence of EMS 0.4°C/°C max. Radiated electromagnetic field immunity ±10°C max. (80 - 800 MHz) Imunity Conducted Disturbance ±10°C max. ±30°C max. (800 - 1000 MHz) Sensing distance vs. sensing diameter 1:1 typ. Measurement wavelength 6.5 to 14.0 μm Receiver element Thermopile Response speed Approximately 300 ms at response rate of 63% Output impedance Operating temperature 1 to 4 kΩ −25°C to 70°C (with no icing or condensation) Allowable ambient humidity 35% to 85% Vibration resistance (destruction) 98 m/s2 for 2 hours each in X, Y, and Z directions at 10 to 55 Hz Shock resistance (destruction) 300 m/s2 for 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions Casing material ABS resin Degree of protection IP65 Applicable safety standards CE Making (See note 3.) Weight Approx. 120 g Cable Compensating conductor: 3 m PVC-covered cable with a shield wire resisting 70°C Note: 1. Based on characteristics of K-type thermocouple and radiation rate of 0.98. 2. The accuracy is given as the change in temperature from any reference temperature of the sensing object. For example, if the reference temperature is 50°C, the accuracy at 55°C would be ±2% PV or ±2°C, whichever is larger and the accuracy at 60°C would be ±4% PV or ±4°C, whichever is larger. 3. EN 61326-1 : Industrial electromagnetic environment (EN/IEC 61326-1 Table 2) Dimensions Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated. ES1B 44.5 6.5 17.8 3,000 ABS resin Polyolefin tube Mounting Lock Nuts (Two) (Provided) Green, Output + White, Output − 14.2 dia. 15 36.5 Screw M18×1.0 PVC-covered (−25°C to 70°C) 24 Orange, Power + Shield, Power − 26 7 2 ES1B Adjustment Methods Adjust the Thermosensor as described below before using it. Adjust the Thermosensor according to the conditions of the sensing object and characteristics of the Temperature Controller. Offset Compensation for Target Value with Input Shift Function The error caused at the time the Thermosensor is connected to the Temperature Controller. PV display of Temperature Controller Temperature characteristics of target sensing object Compensated with the input shift function of the Temperature Controller Temperature Controller (such as E5CS) Target value (Actual temperature of sensing object sample) Gain and Offset Compensation with Two-point Shift Function PV display of Temperature Controller The error caused by the condition of the sensing objects or at the time the Thermosensor is connected to the Temperature Controller. Upper limit side Upper limit of SV of Temperature Controller Temperature Controller (such as [email protected] or [email protected]) Lower limit side Compensated with the two-point shift function (for the upper and lower sides) of the Temperature Controller. Lower limit of SV of Temperature Controller Target value (Actual temperature of sensing object sample) Connections Green, Output + + White, Output − - Thermocouple (K) input terminals Temperature Controller Orange, Power + 12/24 VDC Shield, Power − GND DC power supply Safety Precautions Refer to the ES1B Infrared Thermosensor datasheet (Cat. No. H127) for application precautions. ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS. To convert millimeters into inches, multiply by 0.03937. To convert grams into ounces, multiply by 0.03527. In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice. 3 Terms and Conditions Agreement Read and understand this catalog. Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any questions or comments. Warranties. (a) Exclusive Warranty. 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