Emergency Stop Switch (16-dia.) A165E C64I-E-01 Separate Construction with Smallest Class of Depth in the World • Direct opening mechanism to open contacts in emergencies, such as when they are welded. • Conforms to EN 60947-5-5. • Includes a safety lock to prevent misuse. • Features separate construction that allows the Switch to be separated for easier wiring and one-piece construction that allows easier handling. • Models available with 3 contacts built into a single block (A165E-U). Be sure to read the “Safety Precautions” on page 9. Model Number Structure List of Models Diameter of Operation Unit Function Model Shape Separate construction A165E (30-mm model) 30-mm models 40-mm models Push-Lock, turn-reset [email protected] One-piece construction (30-mm model) Model Number Legend (Completely Assembled).........................Shipped as a set that includes the Operation Unit and light source. LS 24D 02 IP65 (Oil-resistant) 1. Operation Unit Shape and Functions Code Functions S Non-lighted LS Lighted Pushbutton 30 dia. M Push-lock, Non-lighted turn-reset LM Lighted 40 dia. 2. Light Source Code Type Operation voltage Rated voltage None Non-lighted --- --- 24D 24 VAC/ VDC LED 24 VAC/ VDC±5% 3. Contacts Code Description 01 SPST-NC 02 DPST-NC 03U TPST-NC * * TPST-NC models have one-piece construction with the contact unit. Only non-lighted models are available. Note: Models with separate construction (SPST-NC and DPST-NC) are for normal loads only. One-piece models (TPST-NC) are for either normal loads or microloads. 1 A165E Ordering Information List of Sets Illumination Rated voltage LED Pushbutton color Pushbutton size Terminal Contact form 24 VAC/VDC 30 dia. Non-lighted --- LED 24 VAC/VDC Red Solder terminal 40 dia. Non-lighted --- Non-lighted --- 30 dia. SPST-NC A165E-LS-24D-01 DPST-NC A165E-LS-24D-02 SPST-NC A165E-S-01 DPST-NC A165E-S-02 SPST-NC A165E-LM-24D-01 DPST-NC A165E-LM-24D-02 SPST-NC A165E-M-01 DPST-NC A165E-M-02 A165E-S-03U TPST-NC 40 dia. Model A165E-M-03U List of Sets (in Different Colors) Pushbutton color * Illumination Pushbutton size Terminal Contact form Yellow SPST-NC Gray Non-lighted Yellow 30 dia. Gray Solder terminal DPST-NC Yellow TPST-NC Gray Model A165E-SY-01 A165E-SGR-01 A165E-SY-02 A165E-SGR-02 A165E-SY-03U A165E-SGR-03U * Models with yellow or gray pushbutton colors cannot be used as emergency switches. Individual Parts (for Switches with Separate Construction) Operation Units Appearance 30 dia. 40 dia. Switches Illumination Model Non-lighted A165E-S Lighted A165E-LS Non-lighted A165E-M Appearance Illumination Non-lighted Lighted Lighted A165E-LM Model SPST-NC A165E-01 DPST-NC A165E-02 SPST-NC A165E-01L DPST-NC A165E-02L Contact form Model Switch Units Lamps Appearance Contact form LED color Red Bright Rated voltage Model 5 VDC A16-5DSR 12 VAC/VDC A16-12DSR 24 VAC/VDC A16-24DSR Appearance Illumination Lighted SPST-NC A165E-R-24D-01 DPST-NC A165E-R-24D-02 2 A165E Accessories (Order Separately) Item Appearance Type Model Precautions Yellow Plate Yellow, 45 dia. A16Z-5070 Use this as an emergency stop nameplate. Panel Plug Round A16ZT-3003 Used for covering the panel cutouts for future panel expansion. Degree of protection: IP40 Color: Black Tightening Tool --- A16Z-3004 Useful for repetitive mounting. Be careful not to tighten excessively. A16Z-5080 Convenient for extracting the Switch and Lamp. Extractor Specifications Certified Standard Ratings UL508, CSA C22.2 No.14, CCC(GB14048.5) Models with Separate Construction Rated voltage 125 VAC 250 VAC 30 VDC Resistive load 5A 3A 3A Models with One-piece Construction Rated voltage 125 VAC 250 VAC 30 VDC Resistive load 1A 0.5 A 1A Certification body Standards File No. UL * UL508, CSA C22.2 No.14 E41515 TÜV SÜD EN60947-5-1 (certified direct opening), EN60947-5-5 Consult your OMRON representative for details. CQC (CCC) GB14048.5 2003010303070678 * Certification for CSA C22.2 No. 14 has been obtained. Separate construction models have been certified for the Switch Unit. Switch Ratings Models with Separate Construction TÜV(EN60947-5-1) Rated voltage Models with Separate Construction Rated voltage 250 VAC 30 VDC Certified Standards Resistive load 3A 3A Resistive load 125 VAC 250 VAC 30 VDC 5A 3A 3A Note: Minimum applicable load: 5 VDC, 150 mA Models with One-piece Construction Rated voltage 250 VAC 30 VDC Resistive load 0.5 A 1A Models with One-piece Construction Rated voltage Resistive load 125 VAC 250 VAC 30 VDC 1A 0.5 A 1A Note: Minimum applicable load: 5 VDC, 1 mA LED Ratings (Only for Models with LEDs) Rated voltage 24 VAC/VDC Rated current 8 mA Operation voltage 24 VAC/VDC±5% 3 A165E Characteristics Type Emergency Stop Switch Non-lighted A165E-S/A165E-M Item Allowable operating Mechanical frequency Electrical 20 operations/minute max. Insulation resistance 100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) Lighted A165E-LS/A165-LM Non-lighted, One-piece construction A165E-U 10 operations/minute max. Between terminals of same polarity 1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min Between terminals of different polarity Dielectric strength 2,000 VAC 50/60 Hz for 1 min Between each terminal and ground 2,000 VAC 50/60 Hz for 1 min 1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min *1 Between lamp terminals Vibration resistance Malfunction Shock resistance Durability --- 10 to 55 Hz, 1.5-mm double amplitude (malfunction within 1 ms) Destruction 500 m/s2 Malfunction 300 m/s2 max. (malfunction within 1 ms) Mechanical 100,000 operations min. Electrical 100,000 operations min. 150 m/s2 max. (malfunction within 1 ms) Degree of protection IP65 Oil-resistant *2 Electric shock protection class Class II IP65 *2 IP65 Oil-resistant *2 PTI (tracking characteristic) 175 Degree of contamination 3 (EN60947-5-1) Weight Approx. 16 g (in case of DPST-NC Switches) Ambient operating temperature −10 to 55°C (with no icing or condensation) Ambient operating humidity 35% to 85% Ambient storage temperature −25 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation) *1. LED not mounted. (Test them with the LED removed.) *2. Degree of protection from the front of the panel. Operating Characteristics Type Characteristics of models with separate construction Item Characteristics of models with one-piece construction Operating force OF max. 14.7 N 14.7 N Releasing force RF min. 0.1 N·m 0.1 N·m Pretravel PT 3.5±0.5 mm 3±0.5 mm Structure and Nomenclature Operation Unit Color Operation Unit Color • Models with LED illumination: Red • Non-lighted models * : Red, yellow, or gray Operation Unit Degree of Protection IP65 oil resistance Switch Switch Holder Specifications (The above figure is example of the separate construction model.) For standard load 125 VAC, 5 A 250 VAC, 3 A 30 VDC, 3 A * Models with yellow or gray pushbutton colors cannot be used as emergency switches. 4 A165E Dimensions (Unit: mm) A165E-S Panel cutout dimensions 30 dia. Mounting ring 3+0.1 0 dia. 12.3 15.8 M16 × 1 7.8+0.3 0 Non-lighted models 30 mm diameter 16+0.2 0 dia. Lock ring Lock Packing (t=0.5) 1.4 12.1 18 2.8 2.6 20±0.8 10.8±5 22.0±0.8 28.5±0.8 · When applying a coating such as paint to the panel, dimensions after the coating must satisfy the specified dimensions. · Recommended panel thickness: 0.5 to 3.2 mm. A165E-LS Mounting ring M16 × 1 4.85 3+0.1 0 dia. 7.8+0.3 0 Panel cutout dimensions 30 dia. 12.3 15.8 Lighted models 30 mm diameter Lock ring 16+0.2 0 dia. Lock Packing (t=0.5) 1.4 18 12.1 2.8 2.6 · When applying a coating such as paint to the panel, dimensions after the coating must satisfy the specified dimensions. · Recommended panel thickness: 0.5 to 3.2 mm. 10.8±0.5 20±0.8 22.1±0.8 28.5±0.8 A165E-S-03U 21.5±0.5 30 dia. 1 M16 × 1 Panel cutout dimensions 3+0.1 0 dia. +0.2 16 0 dia. 7.8+0.3 0 Non-lighted, One-piece construction models 30 mm diameter Lock 20.5±0.8 28.5±0.8 Packing (t=0.5) Lock ring Mounting ring · When applying a coating such as paint to the panel, dimensions after the coating must satisfy the specified dimensions. · Recommended panel thickness: 0.5 to 3.2 mm. 5 A165E A165E-M 40 dia. Non-lighted models 40 mm diameter Panel cutout dimensions Mounting ring M16 × 1 Switch 3+0.1 0 dia. 12.3 15.8 7.8+0.3 0 0.5 16+0.2 0 dia. Lock ring Lock Packing (t=0.5) 1.4 · When applying a coating such as paint to the panel, dimensions after the coating must satisfy the specified dimensions. · Recommended panel thickness: 0.5 to 3.2 mm. 18 12.1 2.8 2.6 10.8±0.5 20±0.8 21.1±0.8 28.5±0.8 A165E-LM 40 dia. Panel cutout dimensions Mounting ring M16 × 1 Switch 15.8 12.3 0.5 Lock ring Lock 6.05 18 2.8 Packing (t=0.5) 20±0.8 3+0.1 0 dia. 16+0.2 0 dia. 7.8+0.3 0 Lighted models 40 mm diameter 10.8±0.5 22.1±0.8 28.5±0.8 · When applying a coating such as paint to the panel, dimensions after the coating must satisfy the specified dimensions. · Recommended panel thickness: 0.5 to 3.2 mm. A165E-M-03U 40 dia. 21.5±0.5 1 M16 × 1 Lock 20.5±0.8 Panel cutout dimensions 16+0.2 0 dia. 3+0.1 0 dia. 7.8+0.3 0 One-piece construction models 40 mm diameter 28.5±0.8 Packing (t=0.5) Lock ring Mounting ring · When applying a coating such as paint to the panel, dimensions after the coating must satisfy the specified dimensions. · Recommended panel thickness: 0.5 to 3.2 mm. 6 A165E Accessories Yellow Plate (Vinyl Chloride) Panel Plugs (Round Type) A16Z-5070 A16ZT-3003 18 dia. • Select an appropriate Panel Plug according to the panel design and mount from the front side of the panel. Panel cutout dimensions are the same as those for the Operation Unit. 15.6 dia. 45 dia. t=1 Tightening Tool Lock Ring A16Z-3004 Rough surface Rough surface 15.8 ±0.1 dia. 12 × 12 18 dia. 0 15 dia. −0.1 Terminal Arrangement SPST Switches DPST Switches NC1 L− NC1 L− NC2 NC1 L+ NC1 L+ NC2 SW1 SW1 SW2 TPST Switches NC2 NC1 Stopper NC3 Note: The L+ and L− terminals are not available with the non-lighted models. 7 A165E Installation Mounting to the Panel (Models with Separate Construction) After installing the Operation Unit, snap in the Switch from the back of the panel. (1) Installing the Operation Unit • Attach rubber packing or the Yellow Plate onto the Operation Unit from its terminal side. Insert the Operation Unit into the panel from the front. Install the lock ring and mounting nut from the terminal side and tighten. • Adjust the slits on the hole of rubber packing and Yellow Plate Lock to the protruding part of the Unit. • Rubber packing is not necessary when the Yellow Plate is used. Cutout • Tighten the nut to the torque of 0.29 to 0.49 N·m. • The Operation Unit should be installed with its protruding part adjusted to the slit of the panel hole. • Align the lock ring to the groove of Lock hole the Operation Unit so that the edge is drawn to the panel side. Panel Mounting nut Rubber packing (included with the product) or Yellow Plate (sold separately) Edge Panel Lock ring (included with the product) Mounting nut (included with the product) (2) Mounting the Switch Lock ring (included with the product) Rubber packing (included with the product) or Yellow Plate (sold separately) (3) Removing the Switch • Snap on the Switch to the Operation Unit. • Make sure that the Switch has the correct orientation when snapping it onto the Operation Unit. • Align the white dot on the Operation Unit with the guide groove on the side of the Switch marked with an “L” as shown below, and push the Switch into the Operation Unit until it clicks into place. Confirm that the Switch is securely in place before using. • Insert the prongs of the A16Z-5080 Extractor between the Switch and the Operation Unit, grip the Switch, and pull to remove. Guide groove White dot Extractor (A16Z-5080) L marking (4) Installing the LED Lamp • When mounting the Lamp, make sure it is facing the direction shown in the following diagram. Insert the Lamp while matching the protruding part of the Lamp and the small guides on the outer surface of the switch. Narrow guide Protruding part Wide guide 8 A165E Safety Precautions Be sure to read the precautions for all A165E models in the website at: http://www.ia.omron.com/. CAUTION Precautions for Safe Use Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury or in property damage. Supplementary comments on what to do or avoid doing, to use the product safely. !CAUTION If the Operation Unit is separated from the Switch Unit, the equipment will not stop, creating a hazardous condition. Always confirm that safety functions are operating before starting operation. Precautions for Correct Use Using the Microload • Insert a contact protection circuit, if necessary, to prevent the reduction of life expectancy due to extreme wear on the contacts caused by loads where inrush current occurs when the contact is opened and closed. • The [email protected] (one-piece construction) allows both a standard load (125 V at 1 A, 250 V at 0.5 A) and a microload. If a standard load is applied, however, the microload area cannot be used. If the microload area is used with a standard load, the contact surface will become rough, and the opening and closing of the contact for a microload may become unreliable. • The minimum applicable load is the N-level reference value. This value indicates the malfunction reference level for the reliability level of 60% (λ 60) (conforming to JIS C5003). • The equation, λ 60 = 0.5 x 10−6/time indicates that the estimated malfunction rate is less than 1/2,000,000 with a reliability level of 60%. Voltage (V) Indication and Meaning for Safe Use Mounting • Always make sure that the power is turned OFF before mounting, removing, or wiring the Switch, or performing maintenance. Electrical shock or fire may result if the power is not turned OFF. • The tightening torque is 0.29 to 0.49 N·m. 0.15 mA Wiring • Be sure to use electrical wires that are a size appropriate for the applied voltage and carry current. Perform soldering according to the conditions given below. If the soldering is not properly performed, abnormal heating may result, possibly resulting in fire. 1. Hand soldering: 30 W, within 5 s 2. Dip soldering: 240°C, within 3 s Wait for one minute after soldering before exerting any external force on the solder. • Use non-corrosive resin fluid as the flux. • Make sure that the electric cord is wired so that it does not touch the Unit. If the electric cord will touch the Unit, then electric wires with a heat resistance of 100°C min. must be used. • After wiring the Switch, maintain an appropriate clearance and creepage distance. Operating Environment • The IP65 model is designed with a degree of protection so that it will not sustain damage if it is subjected to water from any direction to the front of the panel. • The Switch is intended for indoor use only. Using the Switch outdoor may cause it to fail. Area of use Invalid area 1 mA Current (mA) LEDs The LED current-limiting resistor is built-in, so external resistance is not required. Rated voltage 24 VAC/VDC Internal limiting resistor 2.4 kΩ Operating Torque • Do not exceed an operating torque of 0.49 N·m in the direction of rotation. • Do not pull the operating button or apply excessive force to any side of the button. Otherwise it may be damaged. 9 A165E Others • The oil-resistant IP65 uses NBR rubber and is resistant to general cutting oil and cooling oil. Some special oils cannot be used with the oil-resistant IP65, however, so contact your OMRON representative for details. • If the panel is to be coated, make sure that the panel meets the specified dimensions after coating. • Due to the structure of the Switch, severe shock or vibration may cause malfunctions or damage to the Switch. Also, most Switches are made from resin and will be damaged if they come into contact with sharp objects. Particularly scratches on the Operation Unit may create visual and operational obtrusions. Handle the Switches with care, and do not throw or drop them. Do not allow the Switch to drop and hit the floor. Do not place or drop heavy objects on the Switch. Do not operate the Switch with hard or sharp objects. Hammer Screwdriver 10 Terms and Conditions of Sale 1. Offer; Acceptance. 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