OMRON D4NS-4EF

Safety-door Switch
D4NS
CSM_D4NS_DS_E_5_2
Multi-contact, Labor-saving,
Environment-friendly, Next-generation
Safety-door Switch
• Lineup includes three contact models with 2NC/1NO and
3NC contact forms and MBB models in addition to the
previous contact forms 1NC/1NO, and 2NC.
• M12-connector models are available, saving on labor and
simplifying replacement.
• Standardized gold-clad contacts provide high contact
reliability.
Applicable to both standard loads and microloads.
• Variety of metallic heads available.
Be sure to read the “Safety Precautions” on page 10 and
the “Precautions for All Safety Door Switches”.
Model Number Structure
Model Number Legend
Switch (Standard type)
Switch (High pull-force type)
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1 2 3
1. Conduit/Connector size
1:Pg13.5 (1-conduit)
2:G1/2 (1-conduit)
4:M20 (1-conduit)
6:G1/2 (2-conduit)
8:M20 (2-conduit)
9:M12 connector (1-conduit)
1 2
1. Conduit size
2:G1/2 (1-conduit)
4:M20 (1-conduit)
2. Built-in Switch
A:1NC/1NO (slow-action)
B:2NC (slow-action)
C:2NC/1NO (slow-action)
D:3NC (slow-action)
E:1NC/1NO (MBB contact)
F:2NC/1NO (MBB contact)
3. Head Mounting Direction
F:Four mounting directions possible (Front-side mounting at
shipping)/plastic
D:Four mounting directions possible (Front-side mounting at
shipping)/metal
2. Built-in Switch
A:1NC/1NO (slow-action)
B:2NC (slow-action)
C:2NC/1NO (slow-action)
D:3NC (slow-action)
Operation Key
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1. Operation Key Type
1:Horizontal mounting
2:Vertical mounting
3:Adjustable mounting (Horizontal)
5:Adjustable mounting (Horizontal/Vertical)
Note: An order for the head part or the switch part alone cannot be
accepted. (The Operation Key is sold separately.)
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Ordering Information
Switches (Operation Keys are sold separately.)
: Models with certified direct opening contacts.
Consult with your OMRON representative when ordering any models that are not listed in this table.
Type
Contact configuration
1NC/1NO
2NC
Slow-action
2NC/1NO
1-Conduit
3NC
1NC/1NO
Slow-action MBB
contact
2NC/1NO
1NC/1NO
2NC
Slow-action
2NC/1NO
2-Conduit
3NC
1NC/1NO
Slow-action MBB
contact
2NC/1NO
1-Conduit, with
connector
Slow-action
Slow-action MBB
contact
Conduit opening/Connector
D4NS-1AF *
G1/2
D4NS-2AF *
M20
D4NS-4AF
Pg13.5
D4NS-1BF *
G1/2
D4NS-2BF *
M20
D4NS-4BF
Pg13.5
D4NS-1CF *
G1/2
D4NS-2CF *
M20
D4NS-4CF
Pg13.5
D4NS-1DF *
G1/2
D4NS-2DF *
M20
D4NS-4DF
Pg13.5
D4NS-1EF
G1/2
D4NS-2EF
M20
D4NS-4EF
Pg13.5
D4NS-1FF
G1/2
D4NS-2FF
M20
D4NS-4FF
G1/2
D4NS-6AF
M20
D4NS-8AF
G1/2
D4NS-6BF
M20
D4NS-8BF
G1/2
D4NS-6CF
M20
D4NS-8CF
G1/2
D4NS-6DF
M20
D4NS-8DF
G1/2
D4NS-6EF
M20
D4NS-8EF
G1/2
D4NS-6FF
M20
D4NS-8FF
D4NS-9AF
1NC/1NO
2NC
M12 connector
1NC/1NO
1NC/1NO
2NC
1-Conduit
Slow-action
(High pull-force type)
2NC/1NO
3NC
Model
Pg13.5
D4NS-9BF
D4NS-9EF
G1/2
D4NS-2AF-SJ *
M20
D4NS-4AF-SJ *
G1/2
D4NS-2BF-SJ *
M20
D4NS-4BF-SJ *
G1/2
D4NS-2CF-SJ *
M20
D4NS-4CF-SJ *
G1/2
D4NS-2DF-SJ *
M20
D4NS-4DF-SJ *
* Models with Korean S-mark certification.
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Operation Keys
Type
Model
Horizontal mounting
D4DS-K1
Vertical mounting
D4DS-K2
Adjustable mounting
(Horizontal)
D4DS-K3
Adjustable mounting
(Horizontal/Vertical)
D4DS-K5
Specifications
Standards and EC Directives
Certified Standard Ratings
Conforms to the following EC Directives:
TÜV (EN60947-5-1), CCC (GB14048.5)
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Machinery Directive
Low Voltage Directive
EN50047
EN60204-1
EN1088
GS-ET-15
Item
AC-15
DC-13
Rated operating current (Ie)
3A
0.27 A
Rated operating voltage (Ue)
240 V
250 V
Note: Use a 10 A fuse type gI or gG that conforms to IEC60269 as a
short-circuit protection device. This fuse is not built into the
Switch.
Certified Standards
Certification body
Utilization
category
Standard
TÜV SÜD
EN60947-5-1
(certified direct opening)
UL *1
UL508, CSA C22.2 No.14
CQC (CCC)
GB14048.5
KOSHA *2
EN60947-5-1
File No.
Consult your
OMRON representative
for details.
E76675
2003010305077330
2005-197
*1. Certification for CSA C22.2 No. 14 is authorized by the UL mark.
*2. Only certain models have been certified.
UL/CSA (UL508, CSA C22.2 No. 14)
A300
Rated
voltage
120 VAC
240 VAC
Carry current
10 A
Current (A)
Make
Break
60
6
30
3
Volt-amperes (VA)
Make
Break
7,200
720
Q300
Rated
voltage
125 VDC
250 VDC
Carry current
2.5 A
Current (A)
Make
Break
0.55
0.55
0.27
0.27
Volt-amperes (VA)
Make
Break
69
69
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Characteristics
Degree of protection *1
IP67 (EN60947-5-1)
Durability *2
Mechanical
<Standard type>
1,000,000 operations min.
<High pull-force type>
100,000 operations min.
Electrical
<Standard type>
500,000 operations min. (3 A resistive load at 250 VAC) *3
300,000 operations min. (10 A resistive load at 250 VAC)
<High pull-force type>
100,000 operations min. (10 A resistive load at 250 VAC)
Operating speed
0.05 to 0.5 m/s
Direct opening force *4
<Standard type>
60 N min.
<High pull-force type>
80 N min.
Direct opening travel *4
10 mm min.
Contact resistance
25 mΩ max.
Minimum applicable load *5
1 mA resistive load at 5 VDC (N-level reference value)
Rated insulation voltage (Ui)
300 V
Rated frequency
50/60 Hz
Protection against electric shock
Class II (double insulation)
Pollution degree (operating environment)
3 (EN60947-5-1)
Impulse withstand
voltage
(EN60947-5-1)
Between terminals of
same polarity
2.5 kV
Between terminals of
different polarity
4 kV
Between each terminal
6 kV
and non-current carrying
metallic parts
Insulation resistance
100 MΩ min.
2 × 2 mm min.
Contact gap
Vibration resistance
Malfunction
10 to 55 Hz, 0.75 mm single amplitude
Shock resistance
Destruction
1,000 m/s2 min.
Malfunction
300 m/s2 min.
Conditional short-circuit current
100 A (EN60947-5-1)
Conventional free air thermal current (Ith)
10 A (EN60947-5-1)
Ambient operating temperature
−30 to 70°C (with no icing)
Ambient operating humidity
95% max.
Weight
Approx. 96 g (D4NS-1CF)
Note: 1. The above values are initial values.
2. The Switch contacts can be used with either standard loads or microloads. Once the contacts have been used to switch a load, however,
they cannot be used to switch smaller loads. The contact surfaces will become rough once they have been used and contact reliability
for smaller loads may be reduced.
*1. The degree of protection is tested using the method specified by the standard (EN60947-5-1). Confirm that sealing properties are sufficient for
the operating conditions and environment beforehand. Although the switch box is protected from dust or water penetration, do not use the
D4NS in places where foreign material may enter through the key hole on the head, otherwise Switch damage or malfunctioning may occur.
*2. The durability is for an ambient temperature of 5 to 35°C and an ambient humidity of 40% to 70%. For more details, consult your
OMRON representative.
*3. Do not pass the 3 A, 250 VAC load through more than 2 circuits.
*4. These figures are minimum requirements for safe operation.
*5. This value will vary with the switching frequency, environment, and reliability level. Confirm that correct operation is possible with the actual
load beforehand.
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Structure and Nomenclature
Structure
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Operation
key hole
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Head
The head can be mounted
in four directions.
Sealing properties
The switch casing ensures IP67
Terminal 11
Terminal 12
Terminal 31 (33)
Terminal 32 (34)
Terminal 11
Terminal 12
Terminal 21
Terminal 22
Terminal 31 (33)
Terminal 32 (34)
Note: The 2-conduit models have the same terminal arrangement.
Contact Form
Diagrams Show State with Key Inserted.
Model
Contact
Contact form
11-12
33-34
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1NC/1NO
11
12
33
34
11
12
31
32
Zb
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2NC/1NO
11
12
21
22
33
34
Zb
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3NC
11
12
21
22
31
32
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1NC/1NO MBB *
11
12
33
34
Zb
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2NC/1NO MBB *
Stroke
Extraction
completion
position
Operation
Key insertion
completion
position
Stroke
Operation
Key insertion
completion
position
Extraction
completion
position
11-12
21-22
33-34
ON
Stroke
Extraction
completion
position
Operation
Key insertion
completion
position
11-12
21-22
31-32
ON
Stroke
Operation
Key insertion
completion
position
11
12
21
22
33
34
Stroke
Extraction
completion
position
11-12
21-22
33-34
NC contacts 11-12 and 31-32
have a certified direct
opening mechanism.
The terminals 11-12 and 31-32
can be used as unlike poles.
NC contacts 11-12 and 21-22
have a certified direct
opening mechanism.
The terminals 11-12, 21-22, and
33-34 can be used as unlike
poles.
NC contacts 11-12, 21-22, and
31-32 have a certified direct
opening mechanism.
The terminals 11-12, 21-22, and
31-32 can be used as unlike
poles.
Extraction
completion
position
ON
Operation
Key insertion
completion
position
Only NC contacts 11-12 have a
certified direct opening
mechanism.
The terminals 11-12 and 33-34
can be used as unlike poles.
ON
11-12
33-34
Zb
Remarks
ON
11-12
31-32
Zb
2NC
Operating pattern
Only NC contacts 11-12 have a
certified direct opening
mechanism.
The terminals 11-12 and 33-34
can be used as unlike poles.
ON
NC contacts 11-12 and 21-22
have a certified direct opening
mechanism.
Stroke
Operation
Key insertion
completion
position
Extraction
completion
position
The terminals 11-12, 21-22 and
33-34 can be used as unlike poles.
* MBB (Make Before Break) contacts have an overlapping structure, so that before the normally closed contact (NC) opens, the normally open
contact (NO) closes.
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Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Dimensions and Operating Characteristics
1-Conduit Models
Head cap
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7.5
Model
15.3
Red
Operating
characteristics
30.6
15.5
30.2
Key insertion force
Key extraction force
4.4
41 33.5
2.5
Black
55
47±0.2
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21.5
20±0.1
22±0.1
2.15±0.05R
mounting holes
6±3 mm
6±3 mm
Total travel (TT)
(28 mm)
(28 mm)
60 N min.
10 mm min.
80N min.
10mm min.
* Always maintain the above operating characteristics for safe use.
14.2
30
22±0.2
31
15N max.
(50N max.)
Pretravel (PT)
Direct opening force *
Direct opening stroke *
31.5
15 N max.
30 N max.
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Two, 4+0.15
dia. holes
0
depth: 5
2-Conduit Models
Head cap
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7.5
31.5
30.6
42±0.1
40±0.1
30.2
15.3
Red
Model
Operating
characteristics
21.5
15.5
Key insertion force
Key extraction force
4.4
Black
41
47
33.5 5.4
2.5
20.5
20±0.1
39±0.2
9±0.2
Cap (both sides)
42±0.2
56 max.
2.15±0.05R
mounting holes
14.2
3
30
4+0.15
0
Two,
depth: 5
15 N max.
30 N max.
Pretravel (PT)
6±3 mm
Total travel (TT)
(28 mm)
Direct opening force *
Direct opening stroke *
25 dia.
22±0.1
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60 N min.
10 mm min.
* Always maintain the above operating characteristics
for safe use.
dia. holes
1-Conduit Connector Models
Head cap
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7.5
Red
30.6
15.5
30.2
15.3
Operating
characteristics
Key insertion force
Key extraction force
4.4
Black
Model
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15 N max.
30 N max.
41 33.5
Pretravel (PT)
6±3 mm
Total travel (TT)
(28 mm)
2.5
55
47±0.2
21.5
20±0.1
22±0.1
31.5
2.15±0.05R
mounting holes
M12 × 1
Two,
depth: 5
dia. holes
Direct opening force *
Direct opening stroke *
60 N min.
10 mm min.
* Always maintain the above operating characteristics
for safe use.
(14)
22±0.2
31
4+0.15
0
14.2
30
Note: 1. Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions.
2. There are fluctuations in the contact ON/OFF timing for Switches with multiple poles (2NC, 2NC/1NO, or 3NC). Confirm performance before
application.
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Operation Keys
D4DS-K1
17.5
D4DS-K3
28
14
28
9 dia.
4
Angle adjustment screw
8 dia.
13
4.5 dia.
4.3
7
13
30
15
13
Four, 2.15R
7
9
30
28
6
40
56
Black
2
2
6.3
10.5
D4DS-K2
30
20°
D4DS-K5
7
13
20.9
15
28
24.6
22.5
4
Mounting Holes
(Enlargement)
Angle
adjustment screws
17
15
4.5
15
8
15°
30
41
2 4.3
43
55
7
13
Four, 2.15R
Black
18°
41
6.5
18
43
(7)
Note: Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions.
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With Operation Key Inserted (Relationship between Insertion Radius and Key Hole)
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(with Front-inserted Operation Key)
Red
44 to 46.5
Key insertion face
(30.6)
Horizontal key insertion
radius R ≥ 200
Red
Horizontal key
insertion radius
R ≥ 200
(15)
(15)
Black
(30.6)
54.5 to 57.0 Key
(41) insertion face
Black
Permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key and
key hole is ±1.
The permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key
and key hole is ±1.
Vertical key
insertion radius
R ≥ 200
44 to 46.5
Key insertion face
Vertical key insertion
radius R ≥ 200
(33.5)
(8)
Permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key and
key hole is ±1.
54.5 to 57.0 Key
(41) insertion face
The permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key
and key hole is ±1.
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(with Front-inserted Operation Key)
Red
40 to 42.5
Key insertion face
(30.6)
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(with Top-inserted Operation Key)
Horizontal key
insertion radius
R ≥ 200
Horizontal key insertion
radius R ≥ 200
Red
(15)
(15)
Black
Permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key and
key hole is ±1.
50.5 to 53.0 Key
(41) insertion face
Black
The permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key
and key hole is ±1.
(30.6)
40 to 42.5
Key insertion face
Vertical key
insertion radius
R ≥ 200
(33.5)
(27.5)
Permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key and
key hole is ±1.
Vertical key insertion
radius R ≥ 200
(6)
(8)
50.5 to 53.0 Key
(41) insertion face
The permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key
and key hole is ±1.
Note: Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions.
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(with Front-inserted Operation Key)
Red
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(with Top-inserted Operation Key)
45 to 47.5
Key insertion face
(30.6)
40
(40±0.15)
Black
Black
Permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key and
key hole is ±1.
(30.6)
45 to 47.5
Key insertion face
Horizontal key insertion
radius R ≥ 50
Red
Horizontal key
insertion radius
R ≥ 50
55.5 to 58.0 Key
insertion face
(41)
The permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key
and key hole is ±1.
Vertical key
insertion radius
R ≥ 200
Horizontal key insertion
radius R ≥ 200
(8)
(33.5)
Permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key and
key hole is ±1.
55.5 to 58.0 Key
(41) insertion face
The permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key
and key hole is ±1.
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(with Top-inserted Operation Key)
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(with Front-inserted Operation Key)
Red
51.9 to 54.4
Key insertion face
43 ± 0.1
41 ± 0.1
Red
(30.6)
(43±0.1)
(41±0.1)
Black
62.4 to 64.9 Key
insertion face
Black
Horizontal key
insertion radius
R ≥ 50
(30.6)
51.9 to 54.4
Key insertion face
Permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key and
key hole is ±1.
Horizontal key insertion
radius R ≥ 50
(41)
The permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key
and key hole is ±1.
Vertical key
insertion radius
R ≥ 50
(33.5)
Permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key and
key hole is ±1.
Horizontal key insertion
radius R ≥ 50
(8)
(41)
62.4 to 64.9 Key
insertion face
The permissible difference
in center lines between
the Operation Key
and key hole is ±1.
Note: Unless otherwise specified, a tolerance of ±0.4 mm applies to all dimensions.
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Safety Precautions
Refer to the “Precautions for All Switches” and “Precautions for All Safety Door Switches”.
!CAUTION
Electric shock may occasionally occur.
Do not use metal connectors or metal conduits.
Precautions for Safe Use
• Do not use the Switch submersed in oil or water or in locations
continuously subject to splashes of oil or water. Doing so may
result in oil or water entering the Switch. (The IP67 degree of
protection of the Switch specifies the amount of water penetration
after the Switch is submerged in water for a certain period of time.)
• Always attach the cover after completing wiring and before using
the Switch. Also, do not turn ON the Switch with the cover open.
Doing so may result in electric shock.
• Do not switch circuits for two or more standard loads (250 VAC,
3 A). Doing so may adversely affect insulation performance.
Mounting Holes
• Use M4 screws and spring washers to mount the Switch and
Operation Key, and tighten the screws to a suitable torque. To
ensure safety, use screws that cannot be easily removed or
another means to prevent the Switch and Operation Key from
easily being removed.
• As shown below, two studs with a maximum height of 4.8 mm and
a diameter of 4 −0.05
−0.15 mm can be provided, the studs inserted into the
holes on the bottom of the Switch, and the Switch secured at four
locations to increase the mounting strength.
Switch Mounting Holes and Studs Operation Key Mounting Holes
• 1-Conduit Modules
• Horizontal/Vertical Mounting
(D4DS-K1/-K2)
Two, M4
Two, M4
2.5±0.1
20±0.1
22±0.1
15±0.1
47±0.1
• Horizontal Adjustable
Mounting (D4DS-K3)
Stopper Installation
Two, M4
Do not use a Switch as a stopper. Be sure to install a stopper as
shown in the following illustration to ensure that the base of the
Operation Key does not strike the Head, and adjust the stopper to be
within the setting zone (0.5 to 3 mm) of the base of the Operation Key.
Do not subject the Switch to a shock that exceeds the Switch's shock
resistance of 1,000 m/s2.
22±0.1
-0.05
4-0.15 dia.
Height: 4.8 max.
40±0.1
• Horizontal/Vertical Adjustable
Mounting (D4DS-K5)
• 2-Conduit Modules
Two, M4
Two, M4
2.5±0.1
5.35±0.1
Correct
Stopper
Incorrect
39±0.1
41±0.1 or, 43±0.1
20±0.1
22±0.1
40±0.1
42±0.1
42±0.1
Operation key
-0.05
4-0.15 dia.
Height: 4.8 max.
Switch
Precautions for Correct Use
The Switch contacts can be used with either standard loads or
microloads. Once the contacts have been used to switch a load,
however, they cannot be used to switch smaller loads. The contact
surfaces will become rough once they have been used and contact
reliability for smaller loads may be reduced.
Mounting Method
Appropriate Tightening Torque
• Loose screws may result in malfunction. Tighten the screws to the
specified torques.
Terminal screw
0.6 to 0.8 N·m
Cover mounting screw
0.5 to 0.7 N·m
Head mounting screw
0.5 to 0.6 N·m
Operation Key mounting screw
2.4 to 2.8 N·m
Body mounting screw
0.5 to 0.7 N·m
Connector
1.8 to 2.2 N·m
Cap screw
1.3 to 1.7 N·m
• When loosening a screw with an electrical screwdriver or similar
tool while pressing down on the screw head, do not continue
turning the screw past the point where the threads disengage.
Doing so may strip the end of the threads.
• Set the Operation Key so that it is within 1 mm of the center of the
key hole. If the Operation Key is offset or at an angle, accelerated
wear or breaking may result.
• Observe the specified insertion radius for the Operation Key and
insert it in a direction perpendicular to the key hole.
Head Direction
• The rotation of the Switch head may be adjusted to any of the four
directions by loosening the head mounting screws at the four
corners of the head. Make sure that no foreign materials enter
through the head.
• Do not insert or remove the Operation Key with the Switch head
removed. Doing so may make it impossible to insert the Operation
Key.
Securing the Door
When the door is closed (with the Operation Key inserted), the
Operation Key may exceed the set zone because of, for example, the
door's own weight, machine vibration, or the door cushion rubber.
Secure the door with a stopper so that the Operation Key remains
within the set zone.
Set zone
(0.5 to 3 mm)
Operation Key
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Wiring
Pin arrangement of connector type
Wiring
• When connecting with insulation tubes and M3.5 crimp terminals,
connect the terminals as shown in the following figure and wire
without overriding to the case and the cover. Adequate conductor
size is AWG 20 to AWG18 (0.5 to 0.75 mm2).
Prepare lead wires using the lengths given in the following
diagrams. If lead wires are too long, they will press against the
cover causing the cover to not close properly.
1-Conduit Models with 3 Poles
11 12
B
C
21 22
D
E
33 34
F
F
42 mm
33 mm
28 mm
Tolerance ±2 mm
2-Conduit Models with 3 Poles
ECA
A
11 12
B
Left hand
Right hand
BD F
C
21 22
BD F
33 34
D
42 mm
28 mm
F
28 mm
Tolerance ±2 mm
Tolerance ±2 mm
• Do not push the crimp terminal and the likes into the opening
between the parts to prevent the case from being broken and
deformed.
• Use terminals having the thickness of 0.5 mm or less to avoid the
contact between the terminal and the Switch case inside.
<Reference>
The crimp terminals listed below have a thickness of 0.5 mm or less.
3 (31)
4 (32)
Zb
1 (11)
2 (12)
3 (33)
4 (34)
• Suitable socket is XS2F-D421 series (OMRON).
• Refer to the Connector Catalog for corresponding Socket pin
numbers and lead wire colors.
• Use cables with suitable diameters for the connector being used.
• When wiring, place the enclosed cap screw on unused conduit
openings (for 2-Conduit Switches) and tighten them to the suitable
tightening torque.
Recommended Connectors
Use the connector with thread section of 9 mm long or less. If a
connector with a longer thread section is used, the protruding part
may interfere with the other parts inside the body. Use the connectors
listed below to ensure IP67 degree of protection.
Manufacture
Model
Type
FN0.5-3.7 (F Type)
J.S.T. Mfg Co.
L
0.5 mm
3.7 mm
2.9 mm
6.6 mm
19 mm D dia.
7.7 mm
8.0 mm
l
F
B
Applicable cable
diameter
G1/2
LAPP
ST-PF1/2
5380-1002
6.0 to 12.0 mm
Pg13.5
LAPP
S-13.5
5301-5030
6.0 to 12.0 mm
M20
LAPP
ST-M20 × 1.5
5311-1020
7.0 to 13.0 mm
N0.5-3.7 (Straight Type)
J.S.T is a Japanese manufacturer.
t:
dz dia.:
D dia.:
B:
L:
F:
I:
2 (12)
Pin No. (Terminal No.)
Size
Manufacture
1 (11)
D4NS-9AF (1NC/1NO)
D4NS-9EF (1NC/1NO (MBB))
Conduit Opening
ECA
42 mm
E
3
Zb
• Turn the tightening screws on the Socket by hand and tighten them
until the gap between the Socket and Plug essentially disappears.
• Make sure that the Socket’s connector is tightened securely,
otherwise the rated degree of protection (IP67) of the D4NS may
not be maintained, or the Socket connector may be loosened by
vibration.
D
E
C
D4NS-9BF (2NC)
4
Socket Tightening (Models with Connectors)
AB
A
1
2
When use LAPP's products, use together with a Seal Packing which
is sold separately (Type names, JPK-16, GP-13.5, or GPM20) and
tighten with proper tightening torque.
• LAPP is a German manufacturer.
dz dia.
Terminal screw
Crimp terminal
Correct
Incorrect
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result of OMRON’s test conditions, and the users must correlate it to actual application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the OMRON
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typographical, or proofreading errors, or omissions.
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