Stainless Steel Sensing Surface Amplifier Proximity Sensor E2EC-M/-Q CSM_E2EC-M/-Q_DS_E_5_1 Improved Durability with Stainless Steel Sensing Head Models with improved spatter resistance ideal for welding also available. E2EC-M E2EC-Q E2EC-M E2EC-Q Sensing Surface has 10 times the strength against Stainless Steel wear, compared to Sensing Surface previous models. Fluoride coating Space-saving Sensing head is 18 mm in length. Ideal for use embedded in devices. E2EC-Q E2EC-Q Prevents adherence of weld spatter to the Sensing Head. (Improved spatter-resistant model) Employs a fluoride cable Noncombustible cable For the most recent information on models that have been certified for safety standards, refer to your OMRON website. (Improved spatter-resistant model) Be sure to read Safety Precautions on page 5. Ordering Information Sensors [Refer to Dimensions on page 6.] Appearance Sensing distance Output configuration Shielded 8 dia. 2 mm When mounting to an iron surface Model Operation mode: NO DC 3-wire PNP E2EC-MC2B1 2M DC 2-wire (polarity) E2EC-MC2D1 2M DC 2-wire (no polarity) (3)-(4) pin arrangement E2EC-QC2D1-M1GJ-T 0.3M Accessories (Order Separately) Sensor I/O Connector (M12, Sockets on One Cable End) Models with Pre-wired Connectors: A Connector is not provided with the Sensor. Be sure to order a Connector separately. [Refer to XS2.] Appearance Straight L-shape Cable length Sensor I/O Connector model 2m XS2F-D421-DD0 5m XS2F-D421-GD0 2m 5m XS2F-D422-DD0 XS2F-D422-GD0 Applicable Proximity Sensors E2EC-QC2D1-M1GJ-T Note: The Sensor I/O Connector models in the previous table are for standard cables. Be sure to use a heat-resistant cable ([email protected]@80F) when using the Sensor in environments susceptible to spatter. 1 E2EC-M/-Q Ratings and Specifications Type DC 3-Wire PNP Models DC 2-Wire Models Size DC 2-Wire Models (no polarity) (spatter-resistant type) 8 dia. (Sensing Head) Shielding Shielded Model E2EC-MC2B1 E2EC-MC2D1 E2EC-QC2D1-M1GJ-T Sensing distance 2 mm±15% 2 mm±10% Set distance 0 to 1.2 mm 0 to 1.4 mm Differential travel 15% max. of sensing distance Detectable object Ferrous metals (The sensing distance will decreases with non-ferrous metal. Refer to Engineering Data (Reference Value) on page 3.) Standard sensing object Iron, 8 × 8 × 1 mm Response frequency 100 Hz Power supply voltage (operating voltage range) 12 to 24 VDC, ripple (p-p): 10% max. (10 to 30 VDC) Current consumption 10 mA max. Leakage current ----- 0.8 mA max. Load current Control output Residual voltage 100 mA max. 3 to 50 mA 2 V max. (Load current: 100 mA, Cable length: 2 m) 3 V max. (Load current: 50 mA, 5 V max. (Load current: 50 mA, Cable length: 2 m) Cable length: 2 m) Indicators Operation indicator (yellow) Operation indicator (red), Setting indicator (green) Operation mode (with sensing object approaching) NO (normally open) Refer to the timing charts under I/O Circuit Diagrams on page 4 for details. Protection circuits Power supply reverse polarity protection, Surge suppressor, Surge suppressor, Load short-circuit protection Load short-circuit protection, Reversed output polarity protection Ambient temperature range Operating and storage: −25 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation) Ambient humidity range Operating and storage: 35% to 95% (with no condensation) Temperature influence ±20% max. of sensing distance at 23°C in the temperature range of −25 to 70°C Voltage influence ±5% max. of sensing distance at rated voltage in the rated voltage ±15% range Insulation resistance 50 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between current-carrying parts and case Dielectric strength 1,000 VAC for 1 min between current carrying-parts and case Vibration resistance Destruction: 10 to 55 Hz, 1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 hours each in X, Y, and Z directions Shock resistance Destruction: 1,000 m/s2 10 times each in X, Y, Z directions Degree of protection IEC IP67, In-house standards: oil-resistant (For Sensor Head only) Connection method Pre-wired Connector Models (Standard cable length: 2 m) Connector Models (Standard cable length: 0.3 m) Weight (packed state) Approx. 65 g Approx. 95 g Case Stainless steel (SUS303) Stainless steel (SUS303) Fluororesin coated Sensing surface (thickness) Stainless steel (SUS303) (0.2 mm) Stainless steel (SUS303) Fluororesin coated (0.2 mm) Cable Polyester elastomer (TPEE) (Shielded) Fluoro-rubber (Shielded) Case ABS resin Stainless steel (SUS303) Cable Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) Fluorocarbon cable (flameresistant) Sensor Head Materials Cable Amplifier Accessories ±1% max. of sensing distance at the rated voltage range in the voltage range of ±15% Amplifier Mounting Bracket, instruction manual Note: Time is required for the sensing distance to stabilize after the power supply is turned ON. Confirm operation sufficiently in the actual operating environment and use the Sensor within the set distance to obtain a sufficient sensing distance. 2 E2EC-M/-Q Engineering Data (Reference Value) Distance X (mm) Sensing Area [email protected]@, E2EC-QC2D1-M1GJ-T 3 2 1 Y X 0 −4 −3 −2 −1 0 1 Sensing head 2 3 4 Distance Y (mm) Distance X (mm) Influence of Sensing Object Size and Material [email protected]@, E2EC-QC2D1-M1GJ-T 2.5 @d X t = 1 mm Iron 2.0 1.5 Stainless steel (SUS304) 1.0 Brass Aluminum 0.5 Copper 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Side length of sensing object: d (mm) Leakage Current DC 2-Wire Model, E2EC-MC2D1, E2EC-QC2D1-M1GJ-T 5 E2EC-QC2D1-M1GJ-T 4.5 4 3.5 3 E2EC-MC2D1 Leakage current (mA) Residual output voltage (V) Residual Output Voltage 1 0.8 0.6 2.5 2 0.4 1.5 E2EC-MC2B1 1 0.2 0.5 0 1 10 100 1000 Load current (mA) 0 10 20 30 40 Power supply voltage (V) 3 E2EC-M/-Q I/O Circuit Diagrams DC 2-Wire Models Operation mode Model Timing charts Output circuit Brown 12 to 24 VDC Load Set position Non-sensing area Polarity NO Unstable sensing area Proximity Sensor main circuit Stable sensing area E2EC-MC2D1 Proximity Sensor Sensing object (%) Blue 0V 100 70 (TYP) Note: The load can be connected to either the +V or 0 V side. 0 Rated sensing distance ON OFF No polarity NO ON E2EC-QC2D1M1GJ-T OFF ON OFF 4 Setting indicator (green) Operation indicator (red) Load 12 to 24 VDC (0 V) Connector Terminal arrangement Proximity Sensor main circuit 1 2 4 3 Note: Terminals (1) and (2) are not used. 3 Control output 0 V (12 to 24 VDC) Note: The load can be connected to either the +V or 0 V side. DC 3-Wire Models Operation mode Model Timing charts Output circuit Brown NO E2EC-MC2B1 Present Sensing object Not present ON Output transistor (load) OFF ON Operation indicator (yellow) OFF Proximity Sensor main circuit 12 to 24 VDC Black Load Blue 0V Maximum load current: 100 mA 4 E2EC-M/-Q Safety Precautions Refer to Warranty and Limitations of Liability for detailed precautions. WARNING This product is not designed or rated for ensuring safety of persons either directly or indirectly. Do not use it for such purposes. Never use this product with an AC power supply. Otherwise, explosion may result. ● Design Influence of Surrounding Metal When mounting the Sensor within a metal panel, ensure that the clearances given in the following table are maintained. ｌ The following precautions must be observed to ensure safe operation. (1) Do not use the Sensor in an environment where inflammable or explosive gas is present. (2) Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify any Sensors. (3) Power Supply Voltage Do not use a voltage that exceeds the rated operating voltage range. Applying a voltage that is higher than the operating voltage range may result in explosion or fire. (4) Incorrect Wiring Be sure that the power supply polarity and other wiring is correct. Incorrect wiring may cause explosion or fire. (5) Connection without a Load If the power supply is connected directly without a load, the internal elements may explode or burn. Be sure to insert a load when connecting the power supply. (6) This Sensor received UL Standard certification under the assumption that the Sensor will be used in a Class 2 circuit. When using the Sensor in the United States or Canada, be sure to use it in a Class 2 circuit. n m d dia. Precautions for Correct Use D ｌ m Influence of Surrounding Metal (Unit: mm) Item Model Embedding material Iron E2EC-MC2B1 Non-ferrous metal Iron E2EC-MC2D1 Non-ferrous metal Iron E2EC-QC2D1 Non-ferrous -M1GJ-T metal l d D 0 8 0 30 10 50 10 50 0 8 0 Do not use this product under ambient conditions that exceed the ratings. (1) Do not use the Sensor in the following locations. 1. Outdoor locations directly subject to sunlight, rain, snow, or water droplets 2. Locations subject to atmospheres with chemical vapors, in particular solvents and acids 3. Locations subject to corrosive gas (2) The Sensor may malfunction if used near ultrasonic cleaning equipment, high-frequency equipment, transceivers, cellular phones, inverters, or other devices that generate a high-frequency electric field. Refer to the Technical Guide Photoelectric Sensors for typical measures. (3) Laying the Sensor wiring in the same conduit or duct as high-voltage wires or power lines may result in incorrect operation and damage due to induction. Wire the Sensor using a separate conduit or independent conduit. (4) Cleaning Never use thinner or other solvents. Otherwise, the Sensor surface may be dissolved. n 30 6 10 50 10 0 8 0 30 10 50 10 50 50 Mutual Interference When installing Sensors face-to-face or side-by-side, ensure that the minimum distances given in the following table are maintained. B A Mutual Interference Precautions for Correct Use m (Unit: mm) Model Item E2EC-MC2B1 E2EC-MC2D1 E2EC-QC2D1-M1GJ-T A B 40 30 ● Mounting • Refer to the following table for the torque and tightening ranges applied to mount the Sensor. Tightening must be as given in the following table. A Dimpled end of set screw (M3) Permissible Tightening Range and Torque Model E2EC-MC2B1 E2EC-MC2D1 E2EC-QC2D1-M1GJ-T Tightening Set screw tightening 8 to 16 mm 0.98 N·m 5 E2EC-M/-Q Amplifier Mounting Bracket [email protected]@ Mounting 1. Insert the Amplifier into the trapezoidal end (i.e., the fixing side) of the Mounting Bracket. Dismounting 1. Lightly press the hook on the Mounting Bracket with a flatblade screwdriver. Flat-blade screwdriver 1 1 2. Press the other end of the Amplifier onto the Bracket. 2. The Amplifier will be automatically released due to the spring force of the Mounting Bracket. Cable Amplifier 2 Mounting Bracket 2 E2EC-QC2D1-M1GJ-T Used the supplied mounting brackets to secure the Amplifier. Mounting hole dimensions Two, M3 20 holes Operation indicator (red/green) Set indicator (green) 9.5 dia. 10.5 dia. (Unit: mm) Dimensions Tolerance class IT16 applies to dimensions in this data sheet unless otherwise specified. Sensors E2EC-MC2B1, E2EC-MC2D1 E2EC-QC2D1-M1GJ-T 45 1.6-dia. shielded robotics cable, Standard length: 0.4 m (10) 18 35 25.5 6 2.9-dia. 3-conductors vinyl-insulated round robotics cable (Conductor cross section: 0.15 mm2, Insulator diameter: 1.05 mm), Standard length: 2 m. 6 4-dia. shielded fluorocarbon resin cable, Standard length: 0.5 m 18 31.5 (15) 6-dia. spatter-resistant cable, Standard length: 0.3 m 8 dia. 8 dia. E2EC-MC2B1 3.6 dia. E2EC-MC2B1: Operation indicator (yellow) E2EC-MC2D1: Operation indicator (red) Set indicator (green) 2.9-dia. 2-conductors vinyl-insulated round robotics cable (Conductor cross section: 0.15 mm2, Insulator diameter: 1.05 mm), Standard length: 2 m. E2EC-MC2D1 Mounting Hole Dimensions 20 Two, M3 holes Mounting Bracket SUS304 10 10.5 10 10.3 Operation indicator (red) Set indicator (green) M12 × 1 6 14.5 3.4 9.5 dia. 10.5 dia. 5.4 24.2 Two, 3.2-dia. mounting holes Mounting Bracket 30 20 3.4 6 Sensing Head Mounting Hole Dimensions Model E2EC-M/-Q F (mm) 8.5 +0.5 0 dia. F 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. 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). Omron disclaims all other warranties, express or implied. (b) Limitations. 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