Reflective Photomicrosensor with Sensitivity Adjuster (Non-modulated) EE-SY671/672 CSM_EE-SY671_672_DS_E_6_2 Photomicrosensor with sensitivity adjuster. • Easy adjustment with a built-in sensitivity adjuster. • Easy optical axis monitoring with a bright light indicator. • Compact design incorporating a built-in amplifier and special IC enables direct switching capacity of up to 100 mA. • Wide operating voltage range: 5 to 24 VDC • Connection possible with a range of ICs, relays, and Programmable Controllers (PLCs). Be sure to read Safety Precautions on page 4. Ordering Information Sensors Infrared light Appearance Sensing method Sensing distance Output type Output configuration Horizontal type Model EE-SY671 1 to 5 mm Reflective type NPN output Dark-ON or Light-ON (Selectable) * Vertical type EE-SY672 * The Dark-ON/Light-ON (selectable) models are normally used as dark-ON models. To use them as light-ON models, short-circuit the L terminal and positive (+) terminal. An EE-1001-1 Connector with the terminals already short-circuited is also available. Accessories (Order Separately) Type Cable length Connector Model EE-1001 EE-1001-1 1m Connector with Cable 2m Connector with Robot Cable 1m 2m Remarks L terminal and positive (+) terminal are already short-circuited. EE-1009 EE-1006 1M EE-1010 1M EE-1006 2M EE-1010 2M EE-1010-R 1M EE-1010-R 2M Connector Hold-down Clip EE-1006A Applicable Photomicrosensors For EE-SY671 and 672 only. (Can be used only with EE-1006 Connectors for the Photomicrosensors listed above.) Note: For details, refer to the Photomicro Sensors Accessories on EE-@ which can be accessed from your OMRON website. 1 EE-SY671/672 Ratings and Specifications Item Models EE-SY671, EE-SY672 Sensing distance 1 to 5 mm (Reflection factor: 90%; white paper 15 × 15 mm) Sensing object Transparent or opaque: 15 × 15 mm min. Differential distance 0.5 max. (with a sensing distance of 3 mm, horizontally) Light source GaAs infrared LED with a peak wavelength of 940 nm Indicator *1 Light indicator (red) Supply voltage 5 to 24 VDC ±10%, ripple (p-p): 10% max. Current consumption 40 mA max. Control output NPN open collector: Load power supply voltage: 5 to 24 VDC Load current: 100 mA max. OFF current: 0.5 mA max. 100 mA load current with a residual voltage of 0.8 V max. 40 mA load current with a residual voltage of 0.4 V max. Response frequency *2 50 Hz min. (Average: 500 Hz) Ambient illumination *3 1,500 lx max. with fluorescent light on the surface of the receiver Ambient temperature range Operating: −25 to +55°C Storage: −30 to +80°C Ambient humidity range Operating: 5% to 85% Storage: 5% to 95% Vibration resistance Destruction: 20 to 2,000 Hz (peak acceleration: 100 m/s2) 1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 h (4-min periods) 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 Connecting method Special connector (direct soldering possible) Weight Approx. 3.5 g (including screwdriver for adjustment) Material Accessories Case Polybutylene phthalate (PBT) Emitter/ receiver Polycarbonate Screwdriver for adjustment *1. The indicator is a GaP red LED (peak wavelength: 690 nm). *2. The response frequency was measured by detecting the following rotating disk. 200 mm dia. 15 mm 15 mm 15 mm Disk Disk EE-SY671 EE-SY672 *3. The ambient illuminance is measured on the surface of the receiver. 2 EE-SY671/672 Engineering Data (Reference Value) Operating Range Characteristics (Max. Sensitivity) EE-SY67@ 22 Sensing object: White paper (15 × 15 mm2) Distance Y (mm) Distance Y (mm) EE-SY67@ (reflection factor: 90%) 20 18 X X Y 16 Y 14 22 Sensing object: White paper (15 × 15 mm2) 18 X Y 16 Y X 14 12 12 10 10 8 8 6 6 4 (reflection factor: 90%) 20 4 Operates 2 0 −6 −5 −4 −3 Operates 2 Releases −2 −1 0 1 2 3 4 5 0 −6 6 Releases −5 −4 −3 −2 −1 0 1 Distance X (mm) 25 4 5 6 Sensing Distance vs. Sensitivity Volume Sensing object: White paper (15 × 15 mm2) (reflection factor: 90%) l 20 3 Distance X (mm) Sensing distance (mm) Sensing distance (mm) Sensing Distance vs. Object Area Characteristics 2 l With max. sensitivity 15 35 Aluminum plate 30 25 Paper (reflection factor: 90%) 20 Straw paper 15 10 Paper (reflection factor: 10%) 10 5 Black backlight 5 0 2 1 22 32 5 2 7 2 10 2 0 0 20 2 30 2 50 2 2 2 Sensing area l (mm ) min. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sensing adjuster scale 8 9 10 max. I/O Circuit Diagrams NPN Output Model Output configuration Timing charts Incident Interrupted Light-ON Light indicator ON (red) OFF Output transistor Load 1 (relay) EE-SY671 EE-SY672 ON OFF Operates Releases Terminal connections Short-circuited between L terminal and positive terminal Dark-ON Output transistor Load 1 (relay) ON OFF Light indicator (red) Load 1 OUT Main circuit Incident Interrupted Light indicator ON (red) OFF Output circuit 5 to 24 VDC Open between L terminal and positive terminal Operates Releases 3 EE-SY671/672 Safety Precautions Refer to Warranty and Limitations of Liability. WARNING This product is not designed or rated for ensuring safety of persons either directly or indirectly. Do not use it for such purposes. Precautions for Correct Use Make sure that this product is used within the rated ambient environment conditions. ● Wiring Soldering ● Sensitivity Adjustment Use the special screwdriver (sold together) for sensitivity adjustment. • When an excessive force is applied to sensitivity adjuster, it may be damaged. • The shaft of the sensitivity adjuster is charged. Connect a DC power supply incorporating an insulated transformer to the photomicrosensor. Do not connect a DC power supply incorporating an autotransformer or the user may receive an electric shock when adjusting the sensitivity. • When direct soldering to the terminal, use the following guidelines. Soldering Conditions Item Temperature Permissible time Soldering iron 350°C max. 3 s max. Remarks Autotransformer Power source + − Sensor Power source + − Sensor The portion between the base of the terminals and the position 1.5 mm from the terminal base must not be soldered. • The terminal base uses a polycarbonate resin, which could be deformed by excessive soldering heat, resulting in damage to the product’s functionality. Insulated transformer Cable Extension • When extending the cable, use an extension cable with conductors having a total cross-section area of 0.3 mm2. The total cable length must be less than 10 m. ● Installation The photomicrosensor is built into the device being used and so is not equipped to deal with interference from an external light source. When using the sensor in an area exposed to an incandescent lamp, install so as to minimize the effects of external light sources. 4 EE-SY671/672 Sensitivity Adjustment with Background Object Point A Point B Background object Sensing conditions Check Background object A Adjuster indicator Adjustment Procedure Setting Background object B Black paper with small reflection factor C B C 1. Set the sensitivity of the 2. Remove the sensing object, 3. Set the sensitivity adjuster 4. After setting the sensitivity photomicrosensor to at which time the light at the center (point C) adjuster to point C, check if minimum, place the sensing indicator will be OFF. between point A and B. the light indicator is lit on object in the sensing Further turn the sensitivity Points A and B will be very placing the sensing object at position, turn the sensitivity adjuster clockwise slowly close if the sensor is the sensing position and not adjuster clockwise slowly until the light indicator is lit influenced by excessive lit on removing the sensing until the light indicator is lit again (point B). The light reflected by the object. (point A). operation indicator will not background object, in which light again if the background case take the following object does not reflect light, preventive measures. in which case refer to (1) Separate the sensor and ‘Sensitivity Adjustment with the background object No Background Object”. by a distance of 20 mm min. (2) Cover the surface of the background object with a material with a small reflection factor, such as black sponge. Sensitivity Adjustment with No Background Object Point A Sensing conditions Adjuster indicator Adjustment Procedure Point B Check A A C C B 1. Set the sensitivity of the 2. Set the sensitivity adjuster 3. After setting the sensitivity photomicrosensor to at the center (point C) adjuster to point C, check if minimum, place the sensing between points A and B (the the light indicator is not lit on object at the sensing point where the sensitivity is removing the sensing position, turn the sensitivity maximum). object. adjuster clockwise slowly until the light indicator is lit (point A). 5 EE-SY671/672 (Unit: mm) Dimensions Tolerance class IT16 applies to dimensions in this datasheet unless otherwise specified. Sensors EE-SY671 EE-SY672 Two, 3.2 dia. holes 19 Sensing window (back) (12.2 × 4.1) 25.4 19 13.4 12.2 0.2 Sensitivity adjuster Two, 3.2 dia. holes 19 Sensing window (12.2 × 5.15) 25.4 19 13.4 6.95 6.35 Sensitivity adjuster 4.1 16.7 Two, 3.8 dia. holes 14.15 6.95 6.35 Two, 3.8 dia. holes 16.7 (25) (25) (31.4) (31.2) 13.2 13.2 8.3 5.5 8.3 5.5 6.2 6.2 0.3 0.3 (1) (2) (3) (4) Indicator window (1) (2) (3) (4) 0.7 2.54 0.6 Terminal Arrangement (1) + (2) L (3) OUT (4) − Indicator window 0.7 2.54 0.6 Terminal Arrangement Vcc (1) + L (2) L OUTPUT (3) OUT GND (0 V) (4) − Vcc L OUTPUT GND (0 V) Accessories (Order Separately) * Refer to Accessories for details. 6 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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