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Low-speed Monitoring Unit
G9SX-LM
Low-speed Monitoring Function Ensures
Safety for Maintenance Work
• Motor rotation speed detected by Proximity Sensor.
• Monitors and confirms that speed does not exceed the preset level.
• Includes an Enabling Switch input for maintenance work.
• Detailed LED indications enable easy fault diagnosis.
• Safety Category 3 (EN954-1), PLd(ISO13849-1),
SIL 3 (IEC/EN 62061) certified.
Be sure to read the "Precautions" on
page 21.
Model Number Structure
Model Number Legend
G9SX- @@@@@ -@@@-@@
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1
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2 3 4
5
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1. Functions
LM: Low Speed Monitoring Unit
EX: Expansion Unit
4. Output Configuration (Auxiliary output)
1: 1 output
4: 4 outputs
2. Output Configuration (Safety instantaneous output)
2: 2 outputs
4: 4 outputs
5. Maximum preset value
Low-Speed Monitoring Unit
F10: 10Hz
Expansion Unit
No indicator: No OFF delay
3. Output Configuration (Safety Speed detection output)
2: 2 outputs
6. Terminal block type
RT: Screw terminals
RC: Spring-cage terminals
List of Models
Low-speed Monitoring Unit
Safety
instantaneous
output
2
(Semiconductor)
Safety slow-speed/
Maximum set
Auxiliary output
stopping detection output
threshold
2 (Semiconductor)
Rated
voltage
4
(Semiconductor)
10 Hz
24 VDC
Auxiliary
outputs
OFF-delay
time
Rated
voltage
1
(Semiconductor)
--
24 VDC
Terminal block type
Model
Screw terminals
G9SX-LM224-F10-RT
Spring-cage terminals
G9SX-LM224-F10-RC
Terminal block type
Model
Expansion Unit
Safety outputs
Instantaneous
OFF-delayed
4a (contact)
0
Low-speed Monitoring Unit
Screw terminals
G9SX-EX401-RT
Spring-cage terminals
G9SX-EX401-RC
G9SX-LM Series1
G9SX-LM
Specifications
Ratings
Power input
Item
Model
G9SX-LM224-@
Rated supply voltage
24 VDC
Operating voltage range
-15% to +10% of rated supply voltage
Power consumption *
5 W max.
* Power consumption of loads not included.
G9SX-EX401-@
2 W max.
Inputs
Item
Model
Safety input
Enabling input
Feedback/reset input
Mode selector input
G9SX-LM224-@
Operating voltage: 20.4 VDC to 26.4 VDC
Internal impedance: Approx. 2.8 kΩ *
Operating voltage: 20.4 VDC to 26.4 VDC
Internal impedance: Approx. 2.8 kΩ *
Frequency input range: 1 kHz max.
* Provide a current equal to or higher than that of the minimum applicable load of the connected input control device.
Rotation detection input
Outputs
Item
Model
G9SX-LM224-@
Safety instantaneous output *1
Source output (PNP compatible)
Load current: 0.8 A DC max. *2
Safety speed detection output *1
Source output (PNP compatible)
Load current: 0.3 A DC max.
Source output (PNP compatible)
Load current: 100 mA DC max.
*1. While safety instantaneous outputs and safety speed detection outputs are in the ON state, the following pulse signal is output continuously
for output circuit diagnosis.
When using these safety outputs as input signals to control devices (i.e. Programmable Controllers), consider the pulse signal shown below.
Auxiliary output
Approx. 100 ms
ON
OFF
360 µs max.
*2. The following derating is required when Units are mounted side-by-side.
G9SX-LM@: 0.4 A DC max. load current
Expansion Unit
Item
2
Model
G9SX-EX-@
Rated load
250 VAC, 3A /30 VDC, 3A (resistive load)
Rated carry current
3A
Maximum switching voltage
250 VAC, 125 VDC
G9SX-LM
Characteristics
Item
Model
G9SX-LM224
G9SX-EX401
Over-voltage category
(IEC/EN60664-1)
II
II
(Safety relay outputs 13 to 43 and 14 to
44: III)
Operating time (OFF to ON state) *1 *2 *5
50 ms max. (Safety input: ON,
Enabling input: ON)
100 ms max. (Logical AND
connection input: ON)
30 ms max. *6
Response time (ON to OFF state) *1 *5
15 ms max.
10 ms max. *6
Allowable time for switching Mode selector inputs *3
450 ms max.
--
Mode selector input response time *4
50 ms max.
--
ON-state residual voltage
3.0 V max. (safety instantaneous outputs, safety speed detection outputs,
and auxiliary outputs)
OFF-state leakage current
0.1 mA max. (safety instantaneous outputs, safety speed detection
outputs, and auxiliary outputs)
Maximum cable length for logical connection inputs and Safety inputs
100 m max. (External connection impedance: 100 Ω max. and 10 nF max.)
Reset input time
100 ms min.
Accuracy tolerance of low speed detection frequency
Within minus 10% of the set value
Insulation
resistance
Between logical AND connection terminals, and power
supply input terminals and other input and output
terminals connected together
--
20 MΩ min., 250 VDC megger
Between all terminals connected together and DIN rail
100 MΩ min., 500 VDC megger
Between logical AND connection terminals, and power
supply input terminals and other input and output
terminals connected together
Dielectric
strength
--
--
500 VAC for 1 min
Between all terminals connected together and DIN rail
1,200 VAC for 1 min
Between different poles of outputs
1,200 VAC for 1 min
--
Between safety relay outputs connected together and
other terminals connected together
2,200 VAC for 1 min
Vibration resistance
Frequency: 10 to 55 to 10 Hz, 0.375-mm single amplitude (0.75-mm double amplitude)
Mechanical
shock
resistance
Destruction
300 m/s2
Malfunction
100 m/s2
Electrical
--
100,000 cycles min.
(rated load, switching
frequency: 1,800 cycles/hour)
Mechanical
--
5,000,000 cycles min.
(switching frequency: 7,200
cycles/hour)
Durability
Ambient temperature
-10 to 55°C (no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
25% to 85%
Terminal tightening torque *7
0.6 N·m
Weight
Approx. 240 g
Approx. 165 g
*1. When two or more Units are connected by logical AND, the operating time and response time are the sum total of the operating times and
response times, respectively, of all the Units connected by logical AND.
*2. Represents the time required to turn ON safety instantaneous outputs when required conditions are met.
*3. Represents the time allowed for switching mode selector inputs. If it exceeds 450 ms, G9SX-LM@ will detect it as a failure.
*4. Represents the time required for safety inputs/enabling inputs to be switched following a switch of mode selector inputs.
*5. Operating time and response time do not include the frequency detection time and the time affected by the characteristics of proximity sensors.
For response performance of the entire system, see "Response performance regarding speed detection".
450 ms max.
M1
M2
50 ms max.
MOD
Safety input is valid state
Enabling input is valid state
*6. The value of the operating time and response time of the connected Low-speed Monitoring Unit is not included.
*7. For the G9SX-@-RT (with screw terminals)
Logical AND Connection
Item
Model
G9SX-LM224
G9SX-EX401-@
Number of Units connected per logical AND output
4 units max.
Total number of Units connected by logical AND *
20 units max.
--
Number of Units connected in series by logical AND
5 units max.
--
Max. number of Expansion Units connected
Maximum cable length for logical AND input
* The number of G9SX-EX401-@ Expansion Units not included.
--
-100 m max.
5 units max.
--
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G9SX-LM
Connections
Internal Connection
G9SX-LM224-@ (Low-speed Monitoring Unit)
A1
T11 T12 T21 T22 Y1
M1 M2
T61 T62 T71 T72 Y2
D12 D22
T31 T32 T33
Rotation
detection input
Reset/Feedback
Input
T41 T42
*2
Power
supply
circuit
Enabling Enabling
Input ch1 Input ch2
*1
Cross fault
detection
enabling
input A
Safety output control
S14 S24 ES1 ES2
A2
Mode selector
input
L1
Safety
Safety
Input ch1 Input ch2
Cross fault
detection
enabling
input B
Auxiliary output control
X1
X2 X3
X4
Sensor Power supply
control
D11 D21
*3
*1. Internal power supply circuit is not isolated.
*2. Logical AND input is isolated.
*3. Outputs S14 , S24, ES1, ES2, and L1 are internally redundant.
G9SX-EX401-@ (Expansion Unit)
A1
13 23 33 43
Power
supply
circuit
A2
*2
Safety
output
control
Auxiliary
output
control
X2
K1
Additional
signal
output
Additional
signal
input
*1
K2
14 24 34 44
*1. Internal power supply circuit is not isolated.
*2. Relay outputs are isolated.
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Logical AND
input
Expansion Unit
output control
G9SX-LM
Wiring of Inputs and Outputs
Signal Name
Power supply
input
Enabling input
ch1
Enabling input
ch2
Terminal
Name
A1, A2
Description of operation
The input terminals for power supply.
Connect the power source to the A1 and A2 terminals.
Connect the power supply plus (24 VDC) to the A1 terminal.
Connect the power supply minus (GND) to the A2 terminal.
Enabling
Switch
Corresponds to
Safety
Category 2
T11, T12
T21, T22
Wiring
+24V
+24V
T11 T12 T21 T22
To set Safety instantaneous outputs in the ON state in the
Maintenance mode, HIGH state signals must be input to Corresponds to
both of enabling input CH1 and enabling input CH2. Safety
Otherwise Safety instantaneous outputs cannot be in the Category 3
ON state.
Corresponds to
Safety
Category 3
(Cross fault
detection mode)
Enabling
Switch
+24V
Y1
+24V
+24V
T11 T12 T21 T22
Y1
T11 T12 T21 T22
Y1
Enabling
Switch
NC
+24V
Safety Input
ch1
Safety Input
ch2
Reset/Feedback
Input
Logical AND
connection
input
Mode selector
input
T61, T62
Corresponds to
Safety
Category 2
T71, T72
To set Safety instantaneous outputs in ON state in the
Normal operating mode, HIGH state signals must be input Corresponds to
to both of Safety input CH1 and Safety input CH2 Safety
Otherwise Safety instantaneous outputs cannot be in ON Category 3
state.
Corresponds to
Safety
Category 3
(Cross fault
detection mode)
T31, T32,
T33
T41, T42
M1, M2
Rotation
D11, D12,
detection input D21, D22
11
+24V
Guard lock
safety-door
SW
Y2
+24V
42
41
12
+24V
11
T61 T62 T71 T72
Guard lock
safety-door
SW
Y2
42
41
12
11
NC
T61 T62 T71 T72
Y2
Feedback loop
+24V
KM
T31
To set Safety instantaneous outputs in the ON state, the signal
input to T32 must change from the OFF state to the ON state,
Manual reset
and then to the OFF state. Otherwise Safety instantaneous
outputs cannot be in the ON state.
T32
T33
Feedback loop
+24V
KM
T31
T32
T33
input 1
Unit A
G9SX-LM
output
L1
A2
T41
T42
Next unit (4 unit Max.)
Logical AND connection sig. (1st layer)
input 2
Unit B
output
L1
A2
T41
T42
T42
T41
G9SX-LM
G9SX-LM
Logical AND connection sig. (2nd layer)
Next unit (4 unit Max.)
G9SX-LM
L1
A2
Next unit (5 layers Max.)
Either Safety input or Enabling input is effectively done by
1NC and 1NO inputs.
The relationship between Safety/Enabling input and Mode
selector inputs is as follows:
M1 = ON, M2 = OFF → Safety input is enabled (Normal
operating mode)
M1 = OFF, M2 = ON → Enabling input is enabled
(Maintenance mode)
Normal operating mode: To turn on Safety speed detection
outputs, pulse signals from the two proximity sensors
detection should be 2.0 Hz max.
Maintenance mode: To turn on Safety speed detection
outputs, the signal frequency from the two proximity
sensors should be lower than the low speed detection
settings value.
+24V
41
12
T61 T62 T71 T72
To set Safety instantaneous outputs in the ON state, the
ON state signal must be input to T33. Otherwise Safety Auto reset
instantaneous outputs cannot be in the ON state.
The logical AND connection means that lower unit (Unit B)
calculates the logical multiplication (AND) of the safety
output information from upper unit(Unit A) and safety input
signal "b", which is input to lower unit. In the example of a
right picture, the safety output of Unit C is "a" AND "b" .
Connect L1 or L2 of upper unit to T41 of lower unit, and
connect GND of upper unit to T42 of lower unit. To set
Safety instantaneous outputs of the subsequent Unit in ON
state, its Logical AND Connection Preset Switch must be
set to AND (enabled) and High state signal must be input
to T41 of the subsequent unit.
42
Guard lock
safety-door
SW
+24V
+24V
Selector switch
Selector switch
M1
M1
M2
Safety input
enabled
is enabled
E2E
E2E
blue
black
blue
black
brown
D12
M2
Enabling input is
D22
D11
brown
D21
GND
Use the following DC three-wire types,
OMRON E2E series (PNP).
E2E-X1R5F1
E2E-X2F1
E2E-X5F1
E2E-X2MF1 E2E-X5MF1
E2E-X10MF1
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G9SX-LM
Signal Name
Terminal
Name
Description of operation
Wiring
Cross fault
Y1,Y2
detection input
Keep Y1 open when using T11, T21.
(cross fault detection wiring)
Keep Y2 open when using T61, T71.
Selects a mode of failure detecting (Cross fault detecting) (cross fault detection wiring)
function for safety inputs and enabling inputs of G9SX- Connect Y1 to 24 VDC when not using T11, T21.
LM@ corresponding to the connection of Cross fault (cross fault detection wiring, or when connecting safedetection input.
ty sensors)
Connect Y2 to 24 VDC when not using T61, T71.
(cross fault detection wiring, or when connecting safety sensors)
Safety
instantaneous
output
S14,S24
Normal operating mode: Turns ON/OFF according to the
state of safety inputs, Feedback/Reset inputs, and Logical
AND connection inputs.
Keep these outputs open when not used.
Maintenance mode: Turns ON/OFF according to the state
of enabling inputs, Feedback/Reset inputs, Logical AND
connection inputs, and rotation detection inputs.
Safety speed
detection
output
ES1,ES2
Turns ON/OFF according to the state of Rotation detection inputs.
The safety speed detection outputs are turned ON when
the frequency input of Rotation detection input at normal
Keep these outputs open when not used.
operating mode is 2 Hz or less, or when the input is equal
to or less than the low speed detection settings value at the
maintenance mode.
Safety speed
detection
output
L1
Outputs a signal of the same logic level as the Safety
Keep these outputs open when not used.
instantaneous outputs.
Auxiliary
monitor output
X1
Outputs a signal of the same logic level as the Safety
Keep these outputs open when not used.
instantaneous outputs.
Auxiliary error
output
X2
Outputs a signal while the error indicator is lit or blinking.
Auxiliary
monitor output
X3
Outputs a signal of the same logic level as Safety speed
Keep these outputs open when not used.
detection outputs.
Auxiliary
monitor output
X4
Outputs the operating mode status.
Normal operating mode: OFF
Maintenance mode: ON
Keep these outputs open when not used.
Keep these outputs open when not used.
Connecting Safety Sensors and the G9SX-LM
1. When connecting safety sensors to the G9SX-LM@, the Y1 terminal must be connected to 24VDC for enabling input channel. Or for Safety
input channel, the Y2 terminal must be connected to 24 VDC.
The G9SX-LM@ will detect a connection error, if the Y1 or Y2 terminal is open.
2. In many cases, safety sensor outputs include an OFF-shot pulse for self diagnosis.
The following condition of test pulse is applicable as safety inputs for the G9SX.
• OFF-shot pulse width of the sensor, during the ON-state: 500 μs max..
500 µs max.
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G9SX-LM
Operation
Functions
Operation Mode
Low-speed Detection Function
The relationship between safety inputs/ enabling inputs and safety
instantaneous outputs of the G9SX-LM@ differs depending on the
status of the selector switch as shown below.
Converts the pulse signals from two proximity sensors that monitor
the rotation status of hazards to frequency to control the safety speed
detection outputs.
• The diagram below shows the relationship between the Low-speed
detection frequency and Safety speed detection outputs. The
frequency (F) has a tolerance of - 10%.
• This accuracy tolerance does not include any characteristics of
proximity sensors.
Selector switch = Normal operating mode (M1 = ON, M2 = OFF)
Enabling input
Safety input
-
-
ON
OFF
-
-
ON
OFF
Rotation detection
input (low speed
detection
frequency)
(Hz)
F
Safety
instantaneous
outputs
F-10 %
(Time)
Selector switch = Maintenance mode (M1 = OFF, M2 = ON)
Enabling input
Safety input
Rotation detection
input (low speed
detection
frequency)
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
-
-
-
-
Equal to
or less
than the
preset
value
Equal to
or more
than the
preset
value
Equal to
or less
than the
preset
value
Equal to
or more
than the
preset
value
Safety
instantaneous
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
outputs
Note: 1. For Maintenance mode, the low-speed detection frequency
must be the preset value or less. If the frequency input
exceeds the preset value, the safety instantaneous outputs
are turned OFF.
2. When the logical AND connection preset switch is set to
AND (enabled), the logical AND connection input must be
ON to set Safety instantaneous outputs in the ON state.
3. For reset mode, take the operation of the application into
account to select auto reset or manual reset.
Safety speed ON
Detection output OFF
F = Frequency monitoring threshold
Normal operating mode: 2Hz (fixed)
Maintenance mode:
Low-speed detection settings value
Use the following OMRON E2E series three-wire DC sensors (PNP).
E2E-X1R5F1
E2E-X2F1
E2E-X5F1
E2E-X2MF1
E2E-X5MF1
E2E-X10MF1
Note: 1. To monitor the rotation status of hazards, install a cogwheel
for proximity sensors linked to hazards as follows. For
design of cogwheel and installation of proximity sensors,
see page 12 "Shape of Cogwheel and Setting of Proximity
Sensors".
S2
Logical AND Connection
The logical AND connection means that the Basic Unit (or Advanced
Unit) outputs a safety signal "a" to an Advanced Unit, and the
Advanced Unit calculates the logical multiplication (AND) of the safety
signal "a" and safety signal "b." The safety output of an Advanced Unit
with the logical AND connection shown in the following diagram is "a"
AND "b".
a
Unit B
a
2. If G9SX-LM@ is operated without proximity sensors being
connected, G9SX-LM@ will detect it as an error.
3. If both sensors do not detect the cogwheel, G9SX-LM@ will
detect it as an error.
Auxiliary outputs
b
Unit A
S1
a (AND) b
Auxiliary outputs X1 to X4 can be used to notify outputs, error status,
and operation mode.
Terminal
name
Signal name
X1
Safety
instantaneou
s outputs
monitor
X1 is turned ON when
instantaneous output is ON.
X2
Error monitor
X2 is turned ON when an error LED
indicator is lit or blinking.
X3
Safety speed
detection
outputs
monitor
X3 is turned ON when Safety speed
detection output is ON.
X4
Operation
mode
monitor
X4 is turned ON
Maintenance mode.
Note: For details on Logical AND Connection, see "G9SX Series
Catalog" (Catalog No. SGFM-025).
Output ON requirement
when
Safety
in
the
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G9SX-LM
Connecting Expansion Units
Setting Procedure
(1) Reset Mode
• The G9SX-EX and G9SX-EX-T Expansion Units can be connected
to the G9SX-LM@) to increase the number of safety instantaneous
outputs.
• When the G9SX-EX-T is connected, it will operate in the same way
as G9SX-EX.
• A maximum of five Expansion Units can be connected to one
G9SX-LM@. This may be a combination of G9SX-EX
Instantaneous types and G9SX-EX-T OFF-delayed types.
• Remove the terminating connector from the receptacle on the
G9SX-LM@ and insert the Expansion Unit cable connector into the
receptacle. Insert the terminating connector into the receptacle on
the Expansion Unit at the very end (rightmost).
• When Expansion Units are connected to an Advanced Unit, make
sure that power is supplied to every Expansion Unit. (Refer to the
following diagram for actual
• Expansion Unit connection.)
Set the reset mode using feedback/reset input terminals T31, T32,
and T33.
Auto reset mode is selected when terminal T32 is shorted to 24 V and
manual reset mode is selected when terminal T33 is shorted to 24 V.
Auto reset mode
Manual reset mode
KM1
KM2
+24V
T31
T32
KM1
Reset
switch
KM2
KM3
KM3
KM4
KM4
KM5
KM5
T33
T31
+24V
T32
T33
T31 T32 T33 M1 D12 D22 D11 D21
T11 T12 T61 T62 M2 Y1 Y2 A1
G9SX-LM224-F10
24VDC
PWB
T1
T6
EI
4.7 5.3
6
3.6 4.2
6.6
3.2
7.3
3
2.8
8.4
2.4 2.2 109.3
2
SPD
FB
AND
T2
MOD
T7
DS
Termination
connector
ES
ERR
No.
T21 T22 T71 T72 T41 T42 L1 A2
X1 X2 X3 X4 S14 S24 ES1 ES2
G9SX-LM@
Expansion Units
(2) Cross Fault Detection
When connecting safety door switches to safety input and enabling
input, cross fault detection can be switched through the Y1 and Y2
terminals.
When the Y1 terminal is open, a cross fault of enabling inputs
between T11 and T12, and T21 and T22 is detected. When the Y2
terminal is open, a cross fault of safety inputs between T61 and T62,
and T71 and T72 is detected. When a cross fault is detected, the
following conditions occur:
Cross fault
detection
Safety Category
(Safety input)
a.The safety instantaneous outputs, safety speed detection
outputs, and logical AND connection outputs lock out.
b.The LED error indicator is lit.
c.An error output (auxiliary output) is turned ON.
When connecting safety sensors such as safety light curtains to
enabling input, be sure to connect the Y1 terminal to +24 V. When
connecting safety sensors to safety input, be sure to connect the Y2
terminal to +24 V. If not connected, G9SX-LM@ will detect it as an
error.
Enabling input
Safety input
+24V
+24V
Corresponds to Safety
Category 2
+24V
T11
T12
T21
T22
Y1
+24V
T61
T62
T71
T72
Y2
OFF
+24V
+24V
Corresponds to Safety
Category 3
ON
Corresponds to Safety
Category 4 *
+24V
+24V
+24V
T11
T12
T21
T22
T11
T12
T21
T22
Y1
+24V
T61
T62
T71
T72
T61
T62
T71
T72
Open
Open
Y1
Note: To connect safety sensors of Type 4, wire safety sensors by Safety Category 3 or equivalent.
* Safety inputs show that the wiring is equivalent to Safety Category 4. G9SX-LM@ does not conform to Safety Category 4.
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Y2
Y2
G9SX-LM
(3) Setting Logical AND Connection
(5) Response performance regarding speed detection
When connecting two or more Units by logical AND connection, set
the logical AND connection preset switch on the Unit that is on the
input side to AND.
The response time of the entire system regarding speed detection
can be calculated by the following formula:
Ts = Tp + Tf + Tr + Tm
Ts
Tp
Tf
Tr
Tm
Unit A
AND
L1
A2
T41
T42
OFF
AND
OFF
Unit B
Note: 1. A setting error will occur and Unit B will lock out if the logical
AND setting switch on the Unit is set to OFF.
2. Set the logical AND setting switch on Unit A to OFF or the
output of Unit A will not turn ON.
(4) Low-speed detection settings
To set a threshold value of low-speed detection frequency, use lowspeed detection settings switches (one each on the front and back of
the Unit). The Unit operates normally only when the preset values on
both switches agree. When the preset values of both switches do not
agree, an error occurs.
: Response time of the entire system
: Response time of the proximity sensor
: Frequency detection time of G9SX-LM
: Response time of G9SX-LM
: Response time of the machine
• Frequency detection time of G9SX-LM (Tf)
The time taken to detect frequency at the rotation detection input
section of G9SX-LM.
Detection time differs depending on the input frequency.
For details, see the diagram below for the characteristics data.
• Response time of proximity sensor (Tp)
Calculation formula is as follows:
Tp = 1 / F (s)
F
: Response frequency of the proximity sensor connected to G9SX-LM
Relationship between input frequency and frequency detection time (Example of characteristics data)
Set value of low-speed detection frequency (See the table below.)
1100
1000
Back
900
T31 T32 T33 M1 D12 D22 D11 D21
T11 T12 T61 T62 M2 Y1 Y2 A1
G9SX-LM224-F10
24VDC
PWB
FB
AND
T1
T2
MOD
3.6
3.2
3
2.8
2.4
2.2 2 10
6
6.6
7.3
8.4
9.3
Switch
SPD
T6
EI
Switch
4.7 5.3
6
3.6 4.2
6.6
3.2
7.3
3
2.8
8.4
2.4 2.2 109.3
2
T7
DS
AND
OFF
T41/T42
ES
ERR
SPD
No.
T21 T22 T71 T72 T41 T42 L1 A2
X1 X2 X3 X4 S14 S24 ES1 ES2
Tf: Frequency detection time (ms)
Front
800
700
600
500
400
300
200
100
For setting position of preset switches, see the following
description:
3.6
3.2
3
2.8
2.4
2.2
4.2 4.7 5.3
6
6.6
7.3
8.4
9.3
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Example 1: Low-speed
detection frequency 2 Hz
setting
3.6
3.2
3
2.8
2.4
2.2
Notch
4.2 4.7 5.3
6
6.6
7.3
8.4
9.3
2 10
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Example 2: Low-speed
detection frequency 4.2 Hz
setting
2
4
6
8
10
14
20
28
40
50
Frequency detection time (Reference value)
Set value of low-speed
detection frequency
Frequency detection time
(Reference value)
2 Hz
1000 ms max.
2.2 Hz
910 ms max.
2.4 Hz
835 ms max.
2.8 Hz
715 ms max.
3 Hz
670 ms max.
3.2 Hz
625 ms max.
3.6 Hz
560 ms max.
4.2 Hz
480 ms max.
4.7 Hz
430 ms max.
5.3 Hz
380 ms max.
6 Hz
350 ms max.
6.6 Hz
305 ms max.
7.3 Hz
275 ms max.
8.4 Hz
240 ms max.
9.3 Hz
220 ms max.
10 Hz
200 ms max.
• Response time of G9SX-LM (Tf)
Tr = 15ms max.
• Response time of the machine (Tm)
The time from when the machine receives a stop signal to the time
when the machine's hazardous part stops.
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LED Indicators
Marking
Color
PWR
Green
ERR
Red
T1
Name
Function
Power supply indicator
Lights up while power is supplied.
Error indicator
Lights up or blinks corresponding to the occurring an error. *
Orange
Enabling input ch1
indicator
Lights up while a HIGH state signal is input to T12.
Blinks when an error relating to enabling input ch1 occurs. *
T2
Orange
Enabling input ch2
indicator
Lights up while high signal is input to T22.
Blinks when an error relating to enabling input ch2 occurs. *
T6
Orange Safety input ch1 indicator
Lights up while a HIGH state signal is input to T62.
Blinks when an error relating to safety input ch1 occurs. *
T7
Orange Safety input ch2 indicator
Lights up while a HIGH state signal is input to T72.
Blinks when an error relating to safety input ch2 occurs. *
Orange Logical AND input indicator
Lights up while a HIGH state signal is input to T41.
Blinks when an error relating to logical AND connection input occurs. *
AND
• Automatic reset: Lights up while a HIGH state signal is input to T33.
• Manual reset: Blinks when an error relating to feedback/reset input occurs.
FB
Orange
Feedback/reset input
indicator
EI
Orange
Safety instantaneous
output indicator
Lights up while the Safety instantaneous outputs (S14, S24) are in the ON-state.
Blinks when an error relating to Safety instantaneous output occurs. *
ES
Orange
Safety speed detection
output indicator
Lights up while the Safety speed detection outputs (ES1, ES2) are in the ON-state.
Blinks when an error relating to the Rotation detection input and Safety speed detection
output occurs. *
MOD
DS
Orange Operation mode indicator
Lights up while the Maintenance mode is in the ON-state.
Blinks when an error relating to mode selector input occurs. *
Rotation detection input
Orange
indicator
Blinks when Rotation detection input signals (D12 and D22) indicate a low-speed condition
(less than the Low-speed detection frequency).
Lights up when Rotation detection input signals (D12 and D22) indicate a stopping condition
(2Hz or less).
Blinks when an error related to Rotation detection input occurs. *
* Refer to Fault Detection on the next page for details.
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Settings indication (at power ON)
Settings for G9SX-LM@ can be checked by indicators for approx. 3 seconds after power ON.
During the settings indication term, ERR indicator will light up, however the auxiliary error output will remain OFF.
Indicator
Items
Setting position
T1
Cross fault detection
(Enabling input )
Y1 terminal
T6
Cross fault detection
(Safety input )
Y2 terminal
FB
AND
Lit
Not lit
Lit
T33 terminal
T32 terminal
Reset
Logical AND connection
Indicator
status
Setting mode
Setting status
Detection mode
Y1 = open
Non-detection mode
Y1 = 24 VDC
Detection mode
Y2 = open
Not lit
Non-detection mode
Y2 = 24 VDC
Lit
Manual reset mode
Y33 = 24 VDC
Not lit
Auto reset mode
Y32 = 24 VDC
Lit
Enable logical AND input
“AND”
Not lit
Disable logical AND input
“OFF”
Logical AND connection preset switch
Fault Detection
When the G9SX-LM@ detects a fault, the ERR indicator and/or other indicators light up or blink to inform the user about the fault.Check and take
necessary measures referring to the following table, and then re-supply power to the G9SX-LM@.
ERR
indicator
Blink
Other
indicator
--
Fault
Fault due to
electromagnetic
disturbance or of internal
circuits.
Expected causes of the fault
1) Excessive electro-magnetic disturbance
2) Failure of the internal circuit
Check points and measures to take
1) Check the disturbance level around the
G9SX-LM@ and the related system.
2) Replace with a new product.
T1 blinks
1) Failure involving the wiring of enabling input ch1
1) Check the wiring to T21 and T22.
Fault involved with enabling
2) Incorrect setting of cross fault detection mode 2) Check the wiring to Y1.
input ch1.
3) Failure of the parts of the circuits of enabling input ch1 3) Replace with a new product.
T2 blinks
1) Failure involving the wiring of enabling input ch2
1) Check the wiring to T21 and T22.
Fault involved with enabling
2) Incorrect setting of cross fault detection mode 2) Check the wiring to Y1.
input ch2.
3) Failure of the parts of the circuits of enabling input ch2 3) Replace with a new product.
T6 blinks
Fault involved with safety
input ch1.
1) Failure involving the wiring of safety input ch1 1) Check the wiring to T61 and T62.
2) Incorrect setting of cross fault detection mode 2) Check the wiring to Y2.
3) Failure of the parts of the circuits of safety input ch1 3) Replace with a new product.
T7 blinks
Fault involved with safety
input ch2.
1) Failure involving the wiring of safety input ch2 1) Check the wiring to T71 and T72.
2) Incorrect setting of cross fault detection mode 2) Check the wiring to Y2.
3) Failure of the parts of the circuits of safety input ch2 3) Replace with a new product.
Fault involved with
feedback/reset input.
1) Failure involving the wiring of feedback/reset 1) Check the wiring to T31, T32, and
input.
T33.
2) Failure of the parts of the circuits of feedback/ 2) Replace with a new product.
reset input
Fault of Expansion Units.
1) Check the connecting cable of
Expansion Unit and the connection
of the termination socket.
2) Abnormal supply voltage to Expansion Unit
2) Check the supply voltage to Expansion Unit.
∗ Make sure that all Expansion
units' PWR indicators are lit.
3) Failure of the parts of the circuits of Safety 3) Replace the Expansion Unit with a
relay contact outputs
new one.
Light up
1) Improper feedback signals from Expansion Unit
FB blinks
EI blinks
Fault involved with Safety
instantaneous outputs or
logical AND connection
outputs.
1) Failure involving the wiring of Safety
instantaneous outputs
2) Failure of the circuit of Safety instantaneous outputs
3) Failure involving the wiring of the logical
connection output
4) Failure of the circuit of the logical connection output
5) Impermissible high ambient temperature
1) Check the wiring to S14 and S24.
2) Replace with a new product.
3) Check the wiring to L1 and L2.
4) Replace with a new product.
5) Check the ambient temperature and
spacing around G9SX.
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ERR
indicator
Other
indicator
ES blinks
Fault
Fault involved with safety
speed detection outputs.
Expected causes of the fault
Check points and measures to take
1) Failure involving the wiring of safety speed 1) Check the wiring to ES1 and ES2.
detection outputs
2) Incorrect low speed detection settings
2) Check the two of low speed
detection settings switches on the
front and the back.
3) Failure of the circuit of safety speed detection 3) Replace with a new product.
outputs
4) Impermissible high ambient temperature
4) Check the ambient temperature
and spacing around G9SX.
Fault involved with rotation
DS blinks detection inputs.
twice for 2s
1) Failure involving the wiring of rotation detection 1) Check the wiring to D11, D12, D21,
inputs
D22, ES1 and Proximity sensor.
2) Failure involving the setting of Proximity sensor
2) Refer to "Shape of Cogwheel and Setting
for Proximity Sensors" (page 13).
3) Failure of the parts of Proximity sensor
3) Replace with a new E2E.
4) Failure of the parts of circuits of rotation 4) Replace with a new product.
detection inputs
Fault involved with rotation
DS blinks detection inputs.
twice for 2s
1) Failure involving the upper limit of the rotation 1) Check the motor.
detection input frequency
2) Different input frequencies between the 2) Refer to "Shape of Cogwheel and Setting
Proximity sensors
for Proximity Sensors" (page 13).
3) Failure of the parts of circuits of rotation 3) Replace with a new product.
detection inputs
Fault involved with logical
AND blinks AND connection input
1) Failure involving the wiring of the logical AND 1) Check the wiring to T41 and T42.
connection input
∗ Make sure that the wiring length for
T41 and T42 terminals is less than
100 meters, respectively.
∗ Make sure that the logical AND
connection signal is branched for
less than 4 units.
∗ Use VCTF cable or shielded
cable for Logical AND connection
between units.
2) Incorrect setting for the logical AND 2) Check the set value of the logical
connection input
AND connection preset switch.
3) Failure of the circuit of the logical AND 3) Replace with a new product.
connection input
Light up
MOD
blinks
All (without
PWR)
indicators
blink
Fault involved with selector
switch input.
Supply voltage outside the
rated value
1) Failure involving the wiring of mode select input
1) Check the wiring to M1 and M2.
2) Failure of the parts of the circuits of mode select input 2) Replace with a new product.
3) Failure involving the mode selector switching time
3) Check the time set for switching the
mode selector switch
1) Supply voltage outside the rated value
1) Check the supply
Expansion Units.
voltage
to
When some indicators blink except ERR indicator, check and take needed actions referring to the following table.
ERR
indicator
Other
indicator
Fault
Expected causes of the fault
Check points and measures to take
Mismatch between
Enabling input ch1and
blink Enabling input ch2.
Safety input status between enabling input ch1
and enabling input ch2 is different, due to contact
failure or short circuit of safety input device(s) or
any wiring fault.
Check the wiring from safety input
devices to G9SX-LM.
Or check the inputs sequence of
enabling input devices.
After removing the fault, turn both
enabling inputs to the OFF state.
Mismatch between Safety
input ch1 and Safety input
blink ch2.
Safety input status between safety input ch1 and
safety input ch2 is different, due to contact failure
or short circuit of safety input device(s) or any
wiring fault.
Check the wiring from safety input
devices to G9SX-LM.
Or check the inputs sequence of safety
input devices.
After removing the fault, turn both
safety inputs to the OFF state.
T1
T2
Light off
T6
T7
Note: At the following, G9SX-LM@ diagnoses the proximity sensors. In that case, it is not abnormal though the operation indicator of the proximity
sensor blinks.
• When the rotation of the cogwheel is stopping, and both proximity sensors are turning ON.
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Shape of Cogwheel and Setting of Proximity Sensors
1. Installation of proximity sensors
For safe and stable detection of a rotating cogwheel, install proximity sensors according to the following description:
• To avoid interference from surrounding metal and mutual interference, specified proximity sensors should be correctly installed.
• For handling of proximity sensors, see the instruction manual for the E2E.
• Connect two proximity sensors of the same type.
• Install proximity sensors so that one of them is turned ON when the rotation of cogwheel stops.
If neither sensor has detected any movement for one second or longer, G9SX-LM@ will detect it as an error.
Proximity
sensor A
Proximity
sensor B
Install proximity sensors so that one
of them is turned ON when the
rotation of cogwheel stops.
Install one proximity sensor on the
center line of the concavity width,
and the other on the center of the
convexity width so that one of the
proximity sensors will be turned ON
when the rotation of the cogwheel
stops.
With this installation, both proximity
sensors are turned OFF when the
rotation of the cogwheel stops.
If both sensors are turned OFF for
one second or longer, G9SX-LM@
will detect it as an error.
Proximity
sensor B
Proximity
sensor A
2. Relationship between the cogwheel shape and the setting of proximity sensors
Design the cogwheel shape according to types of proximity sensors. Use the following provisions as a reference.
• Proximity sensors to be used should be selected based on the max. number of revolutions during normal operation and the number of cogwheel
teeth. See the equation below.
R x 1 / 60 x N < F
R : Max. number of revolutions during normal operation (rpm)
N : Number of cogwheel teeth
F : Response frequency of proximity sensor (Hz)
• Install one proximity sensor on the center line of the concavity width, and the other on the center of the convexity width so that one of the proximity
sensors will be turned ON when the rotation of the cogwheel stops.
• All cogwheel teeth should be identically shaped.
The following tables show data for iron cogwheels. Use of other material will show different characteristics of operating range.
See E2E Catalog for details.
"Sensing distance" on the table below shows a size when the proximity sensors are arranged in parallel.
Size
Shielded
Model
Sensing distance
M
1
4
1.5 mm
2 mm
5 mm
Distance of convexity
1.2 mm max.
1.6 mm max.
4 mm max.
Distance of concavity
4.5 mm min.
8 mm min.
20 mm min.
Unshielded Model
M8
M12
M18
E2E-X2MF1@
E2E-X5MF1@
E2E-X10MF1@
2 mm
5 mm
10 mm
1
Distance of convexity
1.6 mm max.
4 mm max.
8 mm max.
2
Distance of concavity
8 mm min.
20 mm min.
40 mm min.
Shielded
3
M18
E2E-X5F1@
2
Sensing distance
M
M12
E2E-X2F1@
1
Size
2
M8
E2E-X1R5F1@
Size
Model
M8
M12
M18
E2E-X1R5F1@
E2E-X2F1@
E2E-X5F1@
3
Concavity width
4
Convexity width
Concavity width X 2 min. / Concavity width X 6 max.
5
Sensing distance
15 mm min.
Unshielded
Size
Model
16 mm min.
24 mm min.
20 mm min.
36 mm min.
35 mm min.
M8
M12
M18
E2E-X2MF1@
E2E-X5MF1@
E2E-X10MF1@
3
Concavity width
24 mm min.
4
Convexity width
Concavity width X 2 min. / Concavity width X 6 max.
5
Sensing distance
60 mm min.
30 mm min.
100 mm min.
60 mm min.
110 mm min.
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3. Design examples
This example shows a design of cogwheel and proximity sensors when the number of motor revolutions of hazards is 3000 rpm at normal operation
(high speed), and 60 rpm at low speed.
Step 1: Calculating the number of cogwheel teeth
"Input frequency range" and "Low speed detection settings" of G9SX-LM@ should be considered.
Input frequency range: 1000 max.
Set the number of cogwheel teeth such that the value of the number of rotations at normal operation
(high speed) x 1 / 60 x value of the number of cogwheel teeth becomes 1000 max.
Low speed detection settings: 2 to
10 Hz
Set the number of cogwheel teeth such that the value of the number of rotations at low speed x 1 / 60 x
value of the number of cogwheel teeth becomes within the range of 2 to 10.
According to the information above, when setting the number of cogwheel teeth at "6," the values will be as mentioned below. These values are
frequencies input to rotation detection input of G9SX-LM@, falling within the ranges of "Input frequency range" and "Low speed detection settings".
At normal operation (high speed): 3000 rpm x 1 / 60 x 6 = 300 Hz
At low speed: 60 rpm x 1 / 60 x 6 = 6 Hz
Note: When the number of rotations between cogwheel and motor differs due to gear attachment, etc., take its rotation ratio into account.
Step 2: Selecting proximity sensors
Select proximity sensors according to the frequencies obtained in Step 1.
Since the input frequency to G9SX-LM@ at normal operation (high speed) is 300 Hz, select proximity sensors with higher response frequency
performance than this value. E2E-X2F1@ (M12 shielded type, Response frequency: 1.5 kHz) is used in this example.
Step 3: Determining the arrangement of proximity sensors for cogwheel
In this example, proximity sensors are installed in the horizontal direction to the cogwheel surface.
Step 4: Determining the distance between cogwheel and proximity sensors
Determine the distance between cogwheel and proximity sensors, and the height of the cogwheel teeth according to "2. Relationship between the
cogwheel shape and the setting of proximity sensors".
a. Distance of convexity: Design it to be 1.6 mm or less according to the table. In this example, a distance is set to 1 mm (50% of operating range).
b. Distance of concavity: Design it to be 8 mm or more according to the table. In this example, the height of the cogwheel is set to 20 mm, making
it 21 mm by adding 1 according to "1. Distance of convexity".
Step 5: Determining the widths of convexity and concavity
a. Because the number of cogwheel teeth obtained from Step 1 is 6, the angle of the combination of convexity and concavity is: 360°/ number of
cogwheel teeth: 6 = 60°.
According to the table of "2. Relationship between the cogwheel shape and the setting of proximity sensors", design the width of convexity as
twice as the width of concavity.
Therefore, ratio of an angle of convexity and angle of concavity is set to 2:1 = 40° : 20°.
b. Determine the diameter when concavity is assumed to be a circle.
In this example, set the diameter to 160 mm and verify if it satisfy the provisions of the table in "2. Relationship between the cogwheel shape
and the setting of proximity sensors".
According to a. in Step 5, the concavity width is 160 mm x π x 20° / 360° l 27.9 mm, satisfying the concavity width of E2E-X2F1@: 24 mm or
more.
c. Since the height of the cogwheel teeth is set to 20 mm according to Step 4, the diameter of the cogwheel at convexity is to be 160 mm + 20
mm x 2 = 200 mm. Verify that it satisfies the provisions of the table in "2. Relationship between the cogwheel shape and the setting of proximity
sensors".
According to a. in Step 5, the convexity width is 200 mm x π x 40° / 360° l 69.8 mm, satisfying twice or more of the concavity width obtained in
b. in Step 5.
Step 6: Determining the thickness of the cogwheel teeth
Determine the thickness according to the shape of the selected proximity sensors. Since the size of E2E-X2F1@ is M12, the thickness of the
cogwheel teeth should be 15 mm (standard object width of E2E-X2F1@) to install proximity sensors in the horizontal direction according to Step 3.
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According to the process above, an example of shape of cogwheel and arrangement of proximity sensors are shown in the diagram below.
Proximity sensors are arranged to be intersecting each other. Note that the distance between proximity sensors defined in the table of "2.
Relationship between the cogwheel shape and the setting of proximity sensors" must be satisfied.
M12
15.00
Proximity sensor A
20.0°
1.00 φ200.00
φ160.00
20.0°
40.0°
21.00 Proximity
sensor B
10.0°
(27.9)
(69.8)
The diagram below shows a design when proximity sensors are installed in the vertical direction to the cogwheel surface.
Proximity sensor A
20.0°
20.0°
M12
φ200.00
φ160.00
φ180.00
40.0°
Proximity
sensor B
1.00
10.0°
(69.8)
(27.9)
When installing proximity sensors in the vertical direction to the cogwheel surface, note that the height of cogwheel teeth should not be affected
by surrounding metal products. For details in influence of surrounding metal, see the E2E Catalog.
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4. Example of low speed detection settings
When the number of rotations at low speed is 50 rpm and the number of cogwheel teeth detected by proximity sensors is 6, the frequency at low
speed is 50 rpm x 1 / 60 x 6 = 5 Hz.
Consider the low-speed detection frequency accuracy (tolerance of -10%) such that low speed detection frequency setting is 6.0 Hz or higher.
(1)
(2)
(3)-1
(3)-2
Low speed detection settings (Hz)
Low-speed detection frequency
accuracy: Hz
((1) - (1) x 10%)
Safety speed detection outputs
are turned ON.
No. of revolutions: rpm
∗ No. of cogwheel teeth: 6 ((2) x
60 / 6)
Safety speed detection outputs
are turned ON.
No. of revolutions: rpm
∗ No. of cogwheel teeth: 3 ((2) x
60 / 3)
2
1.8
18
36
2.2
1.9
19
38
2.4
2.1
21
42
2.8
2.5
25
50
3.0
2.7
27
54
3.2
2.8
28
56
3.6
3.2
32
64
4.2
3.7
37
74
4.7
4.2
42
84
5.3
4.7
47
94
6.0
5.4
54
108
6.6
5.9
59
118
7.3
6.5
65
130
8.4
7.5
75
150
9.3
8.3
83
166
10
9
90
180
5. Relationship between motor, cogwheel, and hazards
Install the cogwheel between the motor and a hazardous source.
Motor
Rotator detected
Hazardous source
by a proximity sensor
Perform a risk assessment for entire equipment including the conditions of use to implement safety measures.
(For example, attaching a protective cover around a cogwheel)
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Dimensions and Terminal Arrangement
(Unit: mm)
Low-speed Monitoring Unit
G9SX-LM224-F10-@
(6) *2
Terminal arrangement
T31 T32 T33 M1 D12 D22 D11 D21
T11 T12 T61 T62 M2 Y1 Y2 A1
T31 T32 T33 M1 D12 D22 D11 D21
T11 T12 T61 T62 M2 Y1 Y2 A1
G9SX-LM224-F10
24VDC
PWB
FB
AND
T1
T2
MOD
T6
T7
DS
EI
ES
4.7 5.3
6
3.6 4.2
6.6
3.2
7.3
3
2.8
8.4
2.4 2.2 109.3
2
100 max.
ERR
FB
AND
T2
MOD
T6
T7
DS
EI
ES
ERR
No.
SPD
PWR
T1
T21 T22 T71 T72 T41 T42 L1 A2
X1 X2 X3 X4 S14 S24 ES1 ES2
T21 T22 T71 T72 T41 T42 L1 A2
X1 X2 X3 X4 S14 S24 ES1 ES2
45.5 max.
(45) *1
(10)
*1 Typical dimension
*2 For -RC terminal type only.
115 max.
(6) *2
Note: Above outline drawing is for -RC terminal type.
Expansion Unit
G9SX-EX401-@
(6) *2
Terminal arrangement
13 23 33 43
100 max.
PWR
EI
ERR
A1 X2 A2
23 max.
(22.5) *1
*1 Typical dimension
*2 For -RC terminal type only.
14 24 34 44
115 max.
(6) *2
Note: Above outline drawing is for -RC terminal type.
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Application Examples
G9SX-LM224 (24 VDC) (Guard Lock Safety Door Switch (Mechanical Lock),
2-channel Safety Limit Switch Inputs/2-channel Enabling Switch Inputs/Manual Reset)
Lock
release
switch
S5
E1
S2
Guard Lock Safety Door SW
E2
Motor controller
42
KM1
41
12
KM2
Feedback loop
11
KM1
S6
Enabling
Switch
M
Guard
S1
open
S7
Mode
selector
+24V
KM2
11
12
Reset
switch
S4
S3
Stop
signal
+24V
Open
A1 T11 T12 T21 T22
Open
M1 M2
Y1
T61 T62 T71 T72
Y2
T31 T32 T33
G9SX-LM224-F10
T41 T42
AND
Control circuit
S1: Safety Limit Switch
S2: Guard Lock Safety Door Switch
S3: Stop signal
S4: Reset switch
S5: Lock release switch
S6: Enabling Switch
S7: Mode selector
KM1, KM2: Contactor
M: 3-phase induction motor
OFF
A2
S14 S24
ES1 ES2
L1 X1 X2 X3 X4
D11 D12
D21 D22
Brown Black Brown Black
+24V
KM1 KM2
Indicator
Blue
GND
Rotator (linked to M)
Note: This example corresponds to category 3.
For details, see "Safety Category (ISO13849-1, EN954-1)".
Timing Chart for Normal Operating Mode (M1: ON, M2: OFF)
Guard opened → closed
Guard closed → opened
Limit switch S1
Limit switch S1
Guard Lock Safety
Door Switch S2
Guard Lock Safety
Door Switch S2
Enabling Switch S6
Enabling Switch S6
Reset switch S4
Reset switch S4
KM1, KM2 N.C. contact
KM1, KM2 N.C. contact
KM1, KM2 N.O. contact
KM1, KM2 N.O. contact
(Operating command
to motor)
Rotation of motor
(Operating command to motor)
Normal operating state
Lock release signal
(safety speed detection
output) ES1
Rotation of motor
Lock release signal
(safety speed
detection output) ES1
Lock release switch S5
Guard can be opened.
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Timing Chart for Maintenance Mode (M1: OFF, M2: ON)
Low-speed operating state
Low-speed
operating state
Above set
value
G9SX-LM
G9SX-LM224 (24 VDC) (Guard Lock Safety Door Switch (Mechanical Lock),
2-channel Safety Limit Switch Inputs/2-channel Enabling Switch Inputs/Manual Reset)
+ G9SX-BC202 (24 VDC) (2-channel Emergency stop button Inputs/Manual Reset)
Lock release
switch
S5
E1
S4
Guard Lock Safety Door SW
E2
Emergency
stop button
11
21
12
22
42
41
S1
12
+24V
NC
S2
A1 T11 T12 T21 T22 T31 T32 T33 Y1
11
G9SX-BC202
S7
Enabling Switch
Control circuit
Feedback loop
Guard
S1
11
A2
KM1
S3
open
S14 S24
L1 L2
X1 X2
12
PLC, etc.
+24V
S6
Mode
selector
KM2
S8
Stop
signal
+24V
Open
A1 T11 T12 T21 T22
Open
M1 M2
Y1
T61 T62 T71 T72
Y2
T31 T32 T33
G9SX-LM224-F10
T41 T42
AND
Control circuit
OFF
A2
S14 S24
ES1 ES2
L1 X1 X2 X3 X4
D11 D12
S1: Emergency stop button
S2: Reset switch
S3: Safety Limit Switch
S4: Guard Lock Safety Door Switch
S5: Lock release switch
S6: Mode selector
S7: Enabling Switch
S8: Stop signal
KM1, KM2: Contactor
M: 3-phase induction motor
D21 D22
Brown Black Brown Black
+24V
GND
KM1 KM2
Indicator
Blue
Motor controller
Rotator (linked to M)
KM1
KM2
M
Timing Chart
Emergency stop
button S1
Note: This example corresponds to category 3.
For details, see "Safety Category (ISO13849-1, EN954-1)"
Reset switch S2
Logical AND connection L1
Guard closed → opened
Safety Limit Switch S3
Guard Lock Safety
Door Switch S4
KM1, KM2 N.C. contact
KM1, KM2 N.O. contact
(Operating command to motor)
High speed state
Rotation of motor
Lock release signal
(safety speed
detection output) ES1
Lock release switch S5
Low speed state
Guard can be opened.
Mode selector input M1
Mode selector input M2
Enabling switch S7
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G9SX-LM
Operating Procedure
Normal operating mode (M1: ON, M2: OFF)
Operating status/operation
Machine operation
(status of rotation)
LED indicator
Safety
instantaneous
output
(S14, S24)
Safety speed
detection output
(ES1, ES2)
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Before operation of the equipment
(Door closed, reset switch operation)
Hazard
Emergency
stop switch
PWR
FB
AND
T1
T2
MOD
T6
T7
DS
EI
ES
Standstill
ERR
Mode
selector
Door switch
Operation starts, equipment operates
Hazard
Emergency
stop switch
PWR
FB
AND
T1
T2
MOD
T6
T7
DS
EI
ES
Rotating
ERR
Mode
selector
Door switch
Operation stops (door closed)
Hazard
Emergency
stop switch
PWR
FB
AND
T1
T2
MOD
T6
T7
DS
EI
ES
Standstill
ERR
Mode
selector
Door switch
Stop
command
Operation stops (lock released, door
open)
Hazard
Emergency
stop switch
Door switch
20
Mode
selector
PWR
FB
AND
T1
T2
MOD
T6
T7
DS
EI
ES
ERR
Standstill
G9SX-LM
Maintenance mode (M1: OFF, M2: ON)
Operating status/operation
Machine operation
(status of rotation)
LED indicator
Safety
instantaneous
output
(S14, S24)
Safety speed
detection output
(ES1, ES2)
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
Before starting maintenance
(switch to Maintenance mode)
Hazard
Emergency
stop switch
PWR
FB
AND
T1
T2
MOD
T6
T7
DS
EI
ES
Standstill
ERR
Mode
selector
Door switch
Start maintenance
(grip switch ON, reset switch
operation, low speed operation)
Hazard
Enabling
switch
Emergency
stop switch
PWR
FB
AND
T1
T2
MOD
T6
T7
DS
EI
ES
Decelerating
ERR
Door
switch
Mode
selector
Failure occurs (high rotation detected
or grip switch is turned OFF)
When high rotation is detected
PWR
FB
AND
T1
T2
MOD
T6
T7
DS
EI
ES
ERR
Hazard
Enabling
switch
High rotation
occurs
Emergency
stop switch
Door
switch
Mode
selector
When rotation stops
PWR
FB
AND
T1
T2
MOD
T6
T7
DS
EI
ES
Standstill
ERR
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G9SX-LM
Precautions
WARNING
Serious injury may possibly occur due to breakdown
of safety outputs.
Do not connect loads beyond the rated value to the
safety outputs.
Serious injury may possibly occur due to loss of
required safety functions.
Wire G9SX-LM@ properly so that supply voltages or
voltages for loads do NOT touch the safety inputs
accidentally or unintentionally.
Serious injury may possibly occur due to damages of
safety inputs.
Apply protection circuitry against back electromotive
force in case connecting inductive loads to safety
outputs.
Serious injury may possibly occur due to loss of safety
functions.
Connect specified proximity sensors to the Rotation
detection inputs.
Cogwheel must be correctly designed and installed based on
specifications of selected proximity sensors according to page
12 'Shape of Cogwheel and Setting of Proximity Sensors' in the
operating instruction and other operation manuals or related
documents supplied with the sensors. After installation of the
Cogwheel, check the operation of the system before use.
Serious injury may possibly occur due to loss of
required safety functions.
To avoid interference from surrounding metal and
mutual interference, specified proximity sensors must
be correctly designed and installed according to page 12 'Shape
of Cogwheel
and Setting of Proximity Sensors' and operation manuals or
related documents attached to the proximity sensors.
Serious injury may possibly occur due to loss of safety
functions.
Use appropriate devices referring to the information
provided on the right table.
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Controlling
Devices
Requirements
Safety Door
Switches
Safety Limit
Switches
Use approved devices with Direct Opening
Mechanism complying with IEC/EN 60947-5-1 and
capable of switching micro loads of 24 VDC, 5mA.
Enabling
Switches
Use approved devices complying with IEC/EN
60947-5-1.
Use devices with contacts capable of switching
micro loads of 24VDC, 5mA.
Safety
Sensors
Use certified devices complying with the relevant
product standards, regulations and rules in the
country where it is used.
Consult a certification body to assess that the entire
system satisfies the required safety category level.
Proximity
Sensors
Use the following OMRON E2E series, three-wire
DC sensors (PNP).
E2E-X1R5F1@
E2E-X2MF1@
E2E-X2F1@
E2E-X5MF1@
E2E-X5F1@
E2E-X10MF1@
Safety Relays
Use certified devices with forcibly guided contacts
complying with EN 50205.
For feedback purpose use devices with contacts
capable of switching micro loads of 24VDC, 5mA.
Contactors
Use contactors with forcibly guided mechanism to
input the signal to Feedback/Reset input of G9SXLM@ through the NC contact of the contactor. For
feedback purpose use devices with contacts
capable of switching micro loads of 24VDC, 5mA.
Failure to open contacts of a contactor cannot be
detected by monitoring its auxiliary NC contact
without forcibly guided mechanism.
Do not connect an emergency stop switch to G9SXEmergency
Stop Switches LM@.
Other devices
Evaluate whether devices used are appropriate to
satisfy the requirements of safety category level.
G9SX-LM
Precautions for Safe Use
1. Use G9SX-LM@ within an enclosure with IP54 protection or higher
of IEC/EN60529.
2. Incorrect wiring may lead to loss of safety function. Wire
conductors correctly and verify the operation of G9SX-LM@ before
commissioning the system in which G9SX-LM@ is incorporated.
3. Do not apply DC voltages exceeding the rated voltages, or any AC
voltages to the G9SX-LM@ power supply input.
4. Use DC supply satisfying requirements below to prevent electric
shock.
• DC power supply with double or reinforced insulation, for
example, according to IEC/EN60950 or EN50178 or a
transformer according to IEC/EN61558.
• DC supply satisfies the requirement for class 2 circuits or limited
voltage/current circuit stated in UL 508.
5. Apply properly specified voltages to G9SX-LM@ inputs.
Applying inappropriate voltages cause G9SX-LM@ to fail to
perform its specified function, which leads to the loss of safety
functions or damages to G9SX-LM@.
6. Be sure to correctly connect safety input devices to safety input
and enabling input to ensure proper operation of the safety
function.
7. The auxiliary error output, auxiliary monitoring output are NOT
safety outputs.
Do not use auxiliary outputs as any safety output. Such incorrect
use causes loss of safety function of G9SX-LM@ and its relevant
system. Also Logical connection outputs can be used only for
logical connections between G9SXs.
8. After installation of G9SX-LM@, qualified personnel should
confirm the installation, and should conduct test operations and
maintenance. The qualified personnel should be qualified and
authorized to secure the safety on each phases of design,
installation, running, maintenance and disposal of system.
9. A person in charge, who is familiar to the machine in which G9SXLM@ is to be installed, should conduct and verify the installation.
10.Mode selector switch should be operated only by qualified
personnel who is familiar to the machine. For example to avoid
unauthorized personnel's unexpected operation of mode selector
switch, use a selector switch with locking-key. The machine should
be stopped before the Mode selector inputs are switched.
11.Perform daily and 6-month inspections for the G9SX-LM@.
Otherwise, the system may fail to work properly, resulting in
serious injury.
12.Do not dismantle, repair, or modify G9SX-LM@. It may lead to loss
of its safety functions.
13.Conformity to IEC/EN 61508 SIL3, IEC/EN62061 SIL3 and
ISO13849-1 PLd was assessed with G9SX-LM@ alone. And
conformity to EN954-1 Safety Category 3 was assessed with
G9SX-LM@ set up with specified proximity sensors. Use only
appropriate components or devices complying with relevant safety
standards corresponding to the required level of safety categories.
Conformity to requirements of safety category is determined as an
entire system. It is recommended to consult a certification body
regarding assessment of conformity to the required safety level.
14.OMRON shall not be responsible for conformity with any safety
standards regarding to customer's entire system.
15.Disconnect G9SX-LM@ from power supply when wiring. Devices
connected to G9SX-LM@ may operate unexpectedly.
16.Be cautious not to have your fingers caught when attaching
terminal sockets to the plugs on G9SX-LM@.
17.Do not use in combustible gases or explosive gases.
18.Proximity sensors to be used should be selected based on the
max. number of revolutions during normal operation and the
number of cogwheel teeth. Please refer to the equation below;
R x 1/60 x N < F
R : Max. number of revolutions during normal operation (rpm)
N : Number of cogwheel teeth
F : Response frequency of Proximity Sensor (Hz)
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G9SX-LM
Precautions for Correct Use
1. Handle with care
Do not drop G9SX-LM@ to the ground or expose to excessive
vibration or mechanical shocks. G9SX-LM@ may be damaged and
may not function properly.
2. Conditions of storage and usage
Do not store or use in such conditions stated below.
a. In direct sunlight
b. At ambient temperatures out of the range of -10 to 55 °C
c. At relative humidity out of the range of 25% to 85% or under
such temperature change that causes condensation.
d. In corrosive or combustible gases
e. With vibration or mechanical shocks out of the rated values.
f. Under splashing of water, oil, chemicals
g. In the atmosphere containing dust, saline or metal powder.
G9SX-LM@ may be damaged and may not function properly.
3. Mounting
Mount G9SX to DIN rails with attachments (TYPE PFP-M, not incorporated to this product), not to drop out of rails by vibration etc.
especially when the length of DIN railing is short compared to the
widths of G9SX.
Do not use G9SX-LM@ at altitudes over 1,000 meters.
4. Following spacing around G9SX should be available to apply rated
current to outputs of G9SX and for enough ventilation and wiring:
a. At least 25 mm beside side faces of G9SX-LM@.
b. At least 50 mm above top face of G9SX-LM@ and below bottom
face of G9SX-LM@.
50 mm min.
T31 T32 T33
D1 D2 X1
D3
A1
G9SX-NS202
24VDC
PWB
T31
T11
AND
T32
T12
T33
T61
T41 T42
S14 S24
X2
L1
25 mm min.
24
13
23
PWR
ED
ED
T7
RD
G9SX-EX401-T
24VDC
ERR
ED
T22
X2
T71
X3
33
43
G9SX-EX401-T
24VDC
ERR
ERR
No.
OFF-DELAY
T21
X1
43
PWR
MOD
1.5 2
3
0.7 1
4
0.6
5
0.5
7
0.4
10
0.3
0.2 0 15
A2
D4
33
AND
T2
T6
NS
ERR
No.
D21
A1
23
D12 D22
M2 Y1
FB
T1
EI
EI
D11
Y2
13
M1
T62
PWB
G9SX-LM224
24VDC
FB
T72 T41
X4 S14
T42
S24
L1 A2
ES1 ES2
No.
14
A1
24
X2
34
No.
A2
44
14
A1
24
X2
34
A2
44
25 mm min.
50 mm min.
5. Wiring
a. G9SX-LM224-F10-@
• Use the following to wire to G9SX-LM@.
Solid wire
0.2 to 2.5mm2 AWG24 to AWG12
Stranded wire
(Flexible wire)
0.2 to 2.5mm2 AWG24 to AWG12
• Strip the cover of wire no longer than 7mm.
b. G9SX-LM224-F10-RT (with screw terminals)
Tighten each screw with a specified torque of 0.5 to 0.6N·m, or
the G9SX-LM@ may malfunction or generate heat.
c. Logical AND Connection
Use VCTF cable or shielded cable for Logical AND connection
between units.
6. When connecting Expansion Units (G9SX-EX@-@) to G9SXLM224-F10-@:
1) Follow the procedure below:
a. Remove the termination connector from the receptacle on
G9SX-LM224-F10-@.
b. Insert the head of the connecting cable of Expansion Unit to
the receptacle on the G9SX-LM224-F10-@.
c. Set the termination connector to the receptacle on the
Expansion Unit at the end position. When G9SX-LM224-F10@ is used without expansion units, leave the termination
connector set on the G9SX-LM224-F10-@.
2) Do not remove the termination connector while the system is
operating.
3) Before applying supply voltage, confirm that the connecting
sockets and plugs are locked firmly.
4) All of the Expansion Units should be supplied with its specified
voltages within 10s after the connected G9SX-LM224-F10-@ is
supplied with voltage. Otherwise,G9SX-LM224-F10-@ detects
the power-supply error for the Expansion Units.Follow the procedure below:
7. Use 1NO1NC contact switch as a mode selector switch.
8. Use cables with length less than 100m to connect to Safety inputs,
Enabling inputs, Mode selector inputs, Feed-back/Reset inputs, or
between Logical AND connection inputs and Logical connection
outputs, respectively.
9. Use cables with length less than 100m to connect to proximity
sensor.
10.Set the time duration of low-speed detection frequency to an
appropriate value that does not cause the loss of safety function of
system.
11.Use specified cogwheels to firmly fix proximity sensors so as to
prevent the sensors from dropping off.
(Refer to page 13 "Shape of Cogwheel and Setting for Proximity
Sensors".
G9SX-LM
12.Logical connection between Units:
a. When using Logical AND connection inputs, set the Logical
connection preset switch to 'AND' position for the units which
the logical connection signal are input to.
b. Connect Logical connection outputs appropriately to Logical
AND connection inputs of the relevant unit. Verify the operation
of G9SX-LM@ before commissioning the system.
c. When configuring the safety related system, be sure to consider
that the delay of response time caused by logical connections
do not degrade the safety function of the system.
13.To determine safety distance to hazards, take into account the
delay of Safety outputs caused by the following time:
a. Response time of Safety inputs
b. Response time of Logical AND connection input
(See also "Characteristics" on page 3.)
14.Start entire system after more than 5s have passed since applying
supply voltage to all G9SXs in the system.
15.G9SX-LM@ may malfunction due to electro-magnetic
disturbances. Be sure to connect the terminal A2 to ground. When
using a DC power supply with light curtains, use DC power supply
which has no interruption by a power failure of 20ms.
Connect surge suppressors to both ends of coils of an inductive
load to suppress noise.
16.This is a class A product. In residential areas it may cause radio
interference, in which case the user may be required to take
adequate measures to reduce interference.
17.Devices connected to G9SX-LM@ may operate unexpectedly.
When replacing G9SX-LM@, disconnect it from power supply.
18.Adhesion of solvent such as alcohol, thinner, trichloroethane or
gasoline on the product should be avoided. Such solvents make
the marking on G9SX-LM@ illegible and cause deterioration of
parts.
19.Do not use a CR type of surge suppressor for the inductive load
connected to an instantaneous safety output. This may cause
failure or malfunction. It is recommended to use a diode+Zenerdiode type of surge suppressor for an application for which a
response time needs to be allowed.
20.When reversing the rotation direction of the hazard source during
low-speed operation, allow the hazard source to stop for 500ms or
longer before changing the rotation direction. Reversing the
rotation direction without providing for stoppage time may result in
the safety outputs of G9SX-LM@ being turned OFF.
21.Do NOT mix AC load and DC load to be switched in one G9SXEX@-@. When switching of both AC load and DC load is
necessary, connect more than two G9SX-EX@-@ and use each
unit for AC load and DC load exclusively.
Category (ISO13849-1, EN 954-1)
Compliance with International Standards
In the conditions shown in '5. Application Examples', G9SX-LM is
suitable for applications conforming to Safety Category 3 per EN 954-1
and performance level (PL) up to d per ISO13849-1.
However, please note that this does not mean that G9SX can be
always used for this category under all similar conditions or situations.
Be sure to assess the entire system for conformity to a required
category before use.
G9SX-LM224-F10-@
• Certified by TÜV SÜD
EN954-1 Cat.3
IEC/EN61508 SIL3
IEC/EN62061 SIL3
ISO13849-1 PLd
EN1088
EN50178
IEC/EN60204-1
IEC/EN61000-6-2
IEC/EN61000-6-4
• Certified by UL
UL508
CAN/CSA C22.2 No.142
For conformity to Safety Category 3 (ISO13849-1, EN 954-1),
please check the following points;
a. Use both of the two channels for Enabling inputs (T11-T12, T2122), Safety inputs (T61-62, T71-T72), and Rotation detection
inputs (D11-D12, D21-D22).
b. Use direct opening action switches for safety inputs (T61-T62,
T71-T72). When limit switches are used, at least one of them
should be a direct opening action limit switch. When connecting a
Safety Sensor to the G9SX-LM@, use a TYPE3 or 4 Safety
Sensor.
c. Use an enabling device, such as grip-switch, for Enabling inputs
(T11-T12, T21-T22)
d. Connect specified Proximity sensors to Rotation detection inputs
(D11-D12, D21-D22)
e. Apply input signals to T31-T32 for manual reset, or T31-T33 for
auto-reset, through the N.C. contact. (Refer to "Application
Examples" on page 17.)
f. Be sure to connect A2 to ground.
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At the customer’s request, OMRON will provide applicable third party certification documents identifying ratings and limitations of use that apply
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