Picking Sensor F3W-D CSM_F3W-D_DS_E_2_2 Compact, Resistant to Mutual Interference, and Ideal for Picking a Variety of Parts. • Mounts to a parts rack and uses indicators to show parts picking procedures. Functions as a mistake-proofing Sensor. • Use either the built-in LED indicators or external picking indicators. Be sure to read Safety Precautions on page 7. Features Sensing Distance of 3 m Selectable Display Mode: All Lighting, All Flashing, Elevator-like Lighting, Accordion-like Lighting External Picking Indicators Can Be Connected An external indicator can be directly connected to the Picking Sensor and mounted in an easy-to-see location. • Six picking indicators provide very clear displays. • Selectable display speed (slow/fast) All lit All flashing Elevator effect Accordion effect F3W-D052@P External indicator 1 F3W-D Ordering Information Sensors Sensing method Infrared LED Connection method (cable length) Appearance Sensing distance Beams Gap Qty Sensing width (mm) External indicator Output type --- Model F3W-D052A *1 Pre-wired (5 m) Throughbeam 3 m 25 mm 5 100 Possible F3W-D052AP*1 NPN open collector --- Pre-wired connector (2 m) F3W-D052B *1, 2 Possible F3W-D052BP*1, 2 *1. Models with PNP outputs are also available. To order PNP Models, replace A with C in the model number for a Pre-wired Model and B with D in the model number for a Pre-wired Connector Model (Example: F3W-D052C). *2. The XS2F-D521-@G0 is the applicable connector cable. The colors of the external sheathes of the conductors, however, are different. Refer to the XS2. Accessories (Order Separately) Mounting Brackets Appearance Model Qty Y-shaped Joint Plugs and Sockets (Cable with Connectors on Both Ends) Remarks Appearance L-shaped Mounting two Bracket per set (mounting screws included) F39-L10 Flat Mounting two Bracket per set (mounting screws included) F39-L11 F39-L12 Qty 2m XS2R-D526 -S001-2 1 5m XS2R-D526 -S001-5 1 Appearance Model XS2R-D526 -S003 Model Model Y-shaped Joint Plugs and Sockets without Cable Protective Bracket Appearance Overall length Qty Qty 1 Remarks Connecting cable: • Cable with connectors on both ends: XS2W Series • Cable with connector on one end: XS2F Series 4-conductor models One each for Emitter and Receiver (mounting screws included) 2 2 F3W-D Ratings and Specifications Sensing method Item Through-beam Model F3W-D052A (P) *1 F3W-D052B (P) *1 Sensing distance 3 m, switchable between LONG mode (1 to 3 m) and SHORT mode: (0.05 to 1 m), factory-set to SHORT mode. Beam gap 25 mm Number of beams 5 Sensing width 100 mm Standard sensing object Opaque, 35 mm dia. min. Light source (emission wavelength) Infrared LED (860 nm) Power supply voltage 12 to 24 VDC±10% (ripple (p-p): 10% max.) Power consumption Emitter: 0.6 W max., Receiver: 0.7 W max. Control output NPN open collector with 100 mA max. at 30 VDC NPN open collector output type Dark-ON or Light-ON (selectable) Picking instruction indicator input Open collector with relay or transistor input Indicator ON: Input voltage of 0 to 2 V Indicator OFF: Open (with leakage current of 0.1 mA max.) Protection circuits Reverse-connection protection, output short protection, and mutual interference prevention function (set with frequency switch) Response time Operate/Reset: 10 ms max. Receiver Operation indicator (orange), stability indicator (green), and 6 picking indicators (orange), UNI-WIRE Direct Connection Models: Transmission indicator (orange) *2 Emitter Power indicator (green), different frequency indicator (green), and 6 picking indicators (orange), UNI-WIRE Direct Connection Models: Transmission indicator (orange) *2 Indicators Ambient temperature Operating: −10° to 55°C, Storage: −25° to 70°C (with no icing or condensation) Ambient humidity 35% to 85% (with no condensation) Insulation resistance 20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) Dielectric strength 1,000 VAC 50/60 Hz for 1 min Vibration resistance (destruction) 10 to 50 Hz, 1.5-mm double-amplitude for 2 hours each in X, Y and Z directions Shock resistance (destruction) 500 m/s2, 3 times each in X, Y and Z directions Degree of protection IEC60529: IP62 (with the operation cover closed) Connection method Pre-wired Standard cable length: 5 m *3 Pre-wired connector (M12 5-pin connector) Standard cable length: 2 m *3 Weight (packed state) Approx. 360 g Approx. 230 g Materials Case, indicator windows ABS resin Lens Acrylic resin Operation cover Nylon (PA6) Accessories Instruction manual *1. The F3W-D052@P Emitters are provided with the external picking indicator output line shown in the following table. Item F3W-D052AP, F3W-D052BP Connection method Pre-wired (standard cable length: 300 mm) Electrical specifications Output current: 50 mA max. Output voltage: Fixed at Sensor power supply voltage *2. The transmission indicator indicates bus transmission status. *3. The following cable lengths are also available. F3W-D052A (P): 2 m, 7 m F3W-D052B (P): 1 m, 3.5 m 3 3 F3W-D Engineering Data (Typical) Parallel Operating Range Angle Characteristics LONG Mode LONG Mode: Tilt (1) 400 (2) 10 Angle θ (°) Angle θ (°) Distance Y (mm) 600 LONG Mode: Rotation 8 (2) 6 15 10 (2) 4 200 5 2 (1) 0 2 4 6 8 0 10 Distance X (m) −200 2 4 6 8 Distance X (m) −2 (1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 −5 −4 −6 −400 0 10 8 9 Distance X (m) −10 −8 −10 −600 (1) 150 SHORT Mode: Rotation 15 Angle θ (°) 200 Distance Y (mm) −15 SHORT Mode: Tilt Angle θ (°) SHORT Mode 10 (2) 100 15 10 (2) (2) 5 (1) 1 5 50 (1) 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 Distance X (m) −50 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 −5 2.5 3 3.5 Distance X (m) −100 −10 −150 −200 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 −5 Distance X (m) −10 −15 (1) Horizontal Movement (2) Vertical Movement Characteristics Characteristics 0 −15 (1) Emitter Angle Characteristics X (2) Receiver Angle Characteristics X or Y θ θ θ θ Y X or Tilt Rotation X X Tilt Rotation X 4 4 F3W-D I/O Circuits NPN Open-collector Outputs Operation mode Model Timing chart Mode selector switch Output circuit F3W-D052A@-L/B@-L Six picking Power indicators indicator (orange) (green) Dark-ON mode F3W-D052A@-D/B@-D Different frequency indicator (green) 5 Orange/purple stripe Orange/purple stripe Stability Operation Six picking indicator indicator indicators (green) (orange) (orange) 5 (Sync line) ⎛ ⎜ ⎜ ⎜ ⎜ ⎜ ⎜ ⎜ ⎝ ON: One beam or more is interrupted OFF: No beam is interrupted ⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎟ ⎟ ⎟ ⎟ ⎟ ⎠ No beam is interrupted Light incident One beam or more is interrupted Operation indicator ON (orange) OFF Control output Load (relay, etc.) ON OFF Operate Reset Brown D-ON (DARK ON) ON: No beam is interrupted OFF: One beam or more is interrupted ⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎟ ⎟ ⎟ ⎟ ⎟ ⎠ Emitter main circuit External picking indicator output Load 5V Pink Brown 1 *2 Blue 1 12 to 24 VDC 2 50 mA max. 2 *2 Blue F3W -D052A F3W -D052AP F3W -D052B F3W -D052BP Light-ON mode ⎛ ⎜ ⎜ ⎜ ⎜ ⎜ ⎜ ⎜ ⎝ Brown 1 3 Picking instruction input Load (Control Black output) 4 100 mA max. Pink 2 Blue Receiver main circuit 5V 3 *1 Note: The circled numbers represent the pin numbers for Pre-wired Connector Models. *1. The sections surrounded by single-dashed lines are applicable to the F3WD052AP-L/BP-L only. *2. The circled numbers represent external picking indicator output pin numbers. No beam is interrupted Light incident One beam or more is interrupted Operation indicator ON (orange) OFF Control output Load (relay, etc.) ON OFF Operate Reset L-ON (LIGHT ON) The following diagram shows the relationship between the picking instruction input, picking indicator status, and external picking indicator output. DIP switch 1 is used to switch the picking display mode between all lighting, all flashing, elevator-like lighting, and accordionlike lighting. It is also possible to switch the external picking indicator display mode between lighting and flashing. Picking instruction Open input 0V ON Picking indicator (orange) OFF External picking ON indicator output OFF 5 5 F3W-D Setting Method NPN Open-collector Output Models DIP Switch 1 Mode Switching Emitters DIP switch 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 Receivers OFF (left) ( ) Function ON (right) ( ) 1 Flash Pattern 2 (picking display mode setting) See table below. *1 Flash Time *2 3 (picking indicator flashing speed setting) Slow Fast External Flash Pattern 4 (external picking display mode setting) *3 Lit Flashing 5 Not used. --- 6 Frequency Setting *4 DIP switch 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 --- OFF (left) ( ) ON (right) ( ) 1 Flash Pattern 2 (picking display mode setting) See table below. *1 Flash Time *2 3 (picking indicator flashing speed setting) Slow Fast Dark-ON Light-ON LONG mode (1 to 3 m) SHORT mode (0.05 to 1 m) --- --- 4 Operation mode setting 5 A B (frequency A) (frequency B) Function Sensing distance (sensitivity) setting 6 NC *1. DIP Switch 1 Picking Display Mode Setting DIP switch 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 SW 1-1 SW 1-2 OFF OFF All lighting (All six indicators light.) ON OFF All flashing (All six indictors flash simultaneously.) OFF ON Elevator-like lighting (Two adjacent indicators simultaneously light so that lighting moves up and down.) ON ON Accordion-like lighting (Some or all indicators simultaneously light so that lighting moves like an accordion.) Display mode • Elevator-like Lighting Mode Changes in Indicators LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5 LED6 Not lit Lit • Accordion-like Lighting Mode Changes in Indicators LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5 LED6 *2. The flashing speed can be changed in picking display mode (all flashing, elevator-like lighting, or accordion-like lighting) or in external picking display mode. The flashing speed varies with each display mode. *3. This setting is supported for F3W-D052@P-L Emitters only. *4. Mutual Interference Prevention Function: The frequency selector is used to switch the emitting frequency between A and B. Making the emitting frequencies of two Sensors different helps prevent malfunction caused by mutual interference. 6 6 F3W-D Nomenclature NPN Open Collector Output Models Emitter F3W-D052A(P)-L F3W-D052B(P)-L Receiver F3W-D052A(P)-D F3W-D052B(P)-D Picking indicators (orange) Detection side Operation cover Operation cover DIP switch 1 mode setting switch Operation indicator (orange) Power indicator (green) Different frequency indicator (green) Stability indicator (green) Safety Precautions Refer to Warranty and Limitations of Liability. Precautions for Correct Use WARNING Do not apply the F3W-D as safety mechanisms used in pressing machines or any other safety mechanisms for protecting the human body from danger. Do not use the product in atmospheres or environments that exceed product ratings. ● System Design Mutual Interference Prevention Function (1) Two Sets of Sensors: Set these Sensors to different frequencies with the frequency selector. Refer to DIP Switch 1 Mode Switching on page 6. If the mutual interference prevention function is not used, and there are two Sensors with the same frequency setting, a beam from the Emitter of one Sensor may hit the Receiver of the other Sensor, resulting in malfunction. This function cannot prevent mutual interference between the F3W-D Sensor and a Photoelectric Sensor of a different model. (2) Three or More Sets of Sensors: When 3 or more sets of Sensors are used in parallel, mutual interference may result in malfunction. Take the following measures to prevent mutual interference, and check for mutual interference. While in LONG mode, the Sensors are more easily affected by interference. Therefore, if the distance between the Emitter and Receiver of a Sensor is 1 m or less, use the SHORT mode. (1) Do not apply the F3W-D as safety mechanisms used in pressing machines, shears, rolling machines, spinning machines, cotton mill machines, or robots for the protection of an operator’s hands and body. (2) The F3W-D is designed for detection of the human body or moving objects in the detection area but not for protection against danger. (3) The F3W-D or any product incorporating the F3W-D may be exported to any country. Should the F3W-D cause any problem conflicting with local laws or related to product liability locally, however, OMRON shall, without exception, assume no responsibility for it. CAUTION Before using more than one F3W-D Sensor in parallel or series, take necessary countermeasures against mutual interference so that the Sensors will not malfunction. Refer to Mutual Interference Prevention Function on the right. Precautions for Safe Use ● Operating Environment • Do not use the Sensor in an environment containing flammable or volatile gases. • Do not use the Sensor underwater. • Do not disassemble, repair, or modify the Sensor. • Always turn OFF the system power before installing or replacing the Sensor. 7 7 F3W-D • The distance between two adjacent sets of Sensors must be at least l1 or l2, which does not cause mutual interference between two Sensors with the same frequency setting. l1 or l2 is at least 1.5 times the distance shown in Parallel Operating Range of the Engineering Data. Vertical Installation Emitter Emitter Receiver Emitter Receiver Horizontal Installation Receiver Emitter l1 • Install the Emitter and Receiver in the same orientation as shown in the following figure. (The cables must be in the same direction.) • Use M4 screws to secure the Sensor body. • Secure the case to a tightening torque of 1.2 N·m or less. Receiver Reflection from Wall or Floor Emitter l2 Receiver Emitter If the Emitter and Receiver are installed as shown in the following illustration, all the axes may not be interrupted due to light reflection from the floor or wall. Make sure that the Emitter and Receiver detect the sensing object properly before using the F3W-D in actual operation. Receiver Distance X Side View Sensing object Floor n ectio t refl Ligh Emitter Receiver Receiver Wall Emitter Receiver Emitter ● Adjustment Operation and Stability Status Display Receiver • The following illustration shows the indicator status corresponding to each incident level. • Install the Receiver so that the green stability indicators are both ON in light receiving status. Baffle Baffle Emitter Receiver Wall • Install a baffle so that there will not be mutual interference between Sensors with the same frequency setting. (See Figure 1.) A light reflection from the wall or floor may go around a baffle and reach the Receivers. Install a baffle so that it will also block any light reflection. (See Figure 2.) Emitter Top View Emitter Distance X Wall Receiver Emitter Receiver Emitter Amount of light received Receiver * Stable lightreceiving area Baffle Figure 1 Unstable lightreceiving area Figure 2 Light-shielded area ● Wiring Precautions Connection Stability indicator (green) Operation indicator (orange) Light-ON Dark-ON ON ON OFF OFF ON Operating level × 1.2 Operating level OFF * If the Receiver is set to the stable light-receiving area, it will become more resistant to environmental fluctuations such as temperature, voltage, dust, and setting deviation after installation. For applications where a stable light-receiving area is not obtained, attention must be paid to environmental fluctuations. • Before turning ON the power, make sure that the supply voltage is within the maximum allowable voltage range. • Always connect the sync lines. • Be very careful not to get metal chips in the connector, especially during wiring. • Incorrect wiring may damage the equipment. Make sure that the cable length and routing are appropriate to prevent the connectors and cables from getting disconnected. • Always leave the operation cover closed during operation. • Applying excessive force to the mode switch may result in damage. Do not apply a force of more than 5 N. Error Display F3W-D052 Picking Sensors are provided with only one error display mode. If an error occurs, the indicator on the Sensor’s Receiver, as indicated by the arrow in the diagram on the right, will flash. The error indicated in this example is a synchronization error. Cables The possible causes are as follows: 1. The sync line is not connected. 2. The sync line is shorted with another line. Make sure that the bending radius is 25 mm or more. ● Installation Precautions Installation • Install the Sensor so that its sensing face will not receive light from the sun, fluorescent lamps, incandescent lamps, and other light sources. • Do not strike the Sensor with a hammer or any other tool during installation, otherwise the internal circuits of the Sensor may be damaged. 8 8 F3W-D Dimensions (Unit: mm) Sensors F3W-D Emitter F3W-D052A(P)-L F3W-D052B(P)-L F3W-D052@P-L 30 14 Vinyl-insulated round cable, 4 dia. Standard length: 300 mm 30 1 Two, M4 nut holes (Depth: 1 mm) Six picking indicators (orange) Two, 4.5 dia. Two, M4 nut holes (Depth: 3.5 mm) Mounting Hole Dimensions Two, M4 holes Five lenses, 6.5 dia. 45 Five beams 9 140 100 130 130±0.15 77.5 25 F3W-D052B(P)-L: 4.5 4.5 15 8.5 5 Vinyl-insulated round cable with four conductors, 4 dia. Conductor: 0.2 mm2 Insulation: 1.1 mm dia. Standard length: 5 m Vinyl-insulated round cable, 4 dia. Standard length: 2 m Power indicator (green) Different frequency indicator (green) 45° 2 18±0.1 15.75 6 18 4.7 10 44.7 5 poles M12 × 1 14.9 dia. Receiver F3W-D052A(P)-D F3W-D052B(P)-D Two, M4 nut holes (Depth: 1 mm) Two, 4.5 dia. Two, M4 nut holes (Depth: 3.5 mm) 30 1 Six picking indicators (orange) Mounting Hole Dimensions Two, M4 holes Five lenses, 6.5 dia. 45 Five beams 9 140 130 100 130±0.15 77.5 25 F3W-D052B(P)-D: 4.5 4.5 15 8.5 5 45° Vinyl-insulated round cable with five conductors, 4 dia. Conductor: 0.2 mm2 Insulation: 1.1 mm dia. Standard length: 5 m Vinyl-insulated round cable, 4 dia. Standard length: 2 m 44.7 5 poles 2 15.75 18 Operation indicator (orange) Stability indicator (green) 18±0.1 6 104.7 M12 × 1 14.9 dia. 9 9 F3W-D Accessories (Sold Separately) Mounting Brackets F39-L10 (L-shaped) Mounting Bracket Attached 30 110 130 140 130 114 Four mounting holes 15 4.8 10.8 Material: Iron (Thickness: 2 mm) Mounting screws provided. 110 130 100 Four, 4.8 dia. 13 22 18 42 18 20.25 10 Five 5 beams 23 5 2 Mounting Brackets F39-L11 (Flat) Mounting Bracket Attached 75 45 30 140 130 114 80 Four mounting holes 100 100 80 4.8 10 15 Material: Iron (Thickness: 2 mm) Mounting screws provided. 10.8 Four, 4.8 dia. 6 18 21 20 2 20 23.25 Five 5 optical axes 10 10 F3W-D Protective Bracket F39-L12 (Receiver) Mounting Bracket Attached Five, 10 dia. 10.6 8.1 14 45 144 130 100 100 6 130 40.5 77.5 6 7.6 47 13 15 15 14 7 Five beams 12.7 4.5 7 Material: Iron (Thickness: 1.6 mm) Mounting screws provided. 15.75 8.1 Two, 9.5 dia. 8.6 18 15.75 18 Installation panel 14.2 Note: The Emitter and Receiver are axially symmetrical. 35.2 1.6 Y-shaped Joint Plugs and Sockets (Cable with Connectors on Both Ends) XS2R-D526-S001-2 (L=2,000 mm) 4.6 dia. XS2R-D526-S001-5 (L=5,000 mm) 15 1 2 5 4 3 35 Wiring Diagram Flameproof cable (UL2464) with four conductors, 6 dia. (110/0.08 dia.) Nominal wire diameter: AWG20 CN0 45.5 CN1 4 1 18 1 2 5 4 3 1 2 CN2 3 4 5 8.5 dia. CN2 44.7 13.6 L 3 2 1 2 3 4 CN0 1 2 CN1 3 4 5 Blue marking Y-shaped Joint Plugs and Sockets without Cable XS2R-D526-S003 Wiring Diagram 1 2 CN2 3 4 5 27 7 15 1 2 5 4 3 (37) 4.5 dia. CN2 CN0 24.5 18 2 1 5 4 3 2 3 4 1 12.5 CN1 58.3 Blue marking 1 2 CN1 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 CN0 11 11 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. Omron’s exclusive warranty is that the Products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of twelve months from the date of sale by Omron (or such other period expressed in writing by Omron). 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