E3C-VS1G OMRON PDF

Small Spot/Mark (Separate Amplifier) Extremely thin beam ideal for detection of minute objects and marks. Order Omron Automation and Safety E3C-VS1G (ZND) at DigiKey. Check stock and pricing, view product specifications, and order online. Omron E3C-VS1G Photoelectric Sensor 10mm for E3C Amplifier: : Industrial & Scientific.

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Be sure to read Safety Precautions on page 4. Do not use it for such purposes. Precautions for Correct Use Do not use the product in atmospheres or environments that exceed product ratings. These Sensors are designed for use in applications for sensing workpieces and workers that do not affect safety. Precautions for Safe Use To ensure safety, always observe the following precautions.

Doing so may cause explosion or burning. AC Two-wire Sensors Example: Be sure to insert a load when connecting the power supply.

AC 2-wire Sensors Example: Doing so may result in damage from burning and fire, particularly if the liquid is flammable. If the Sensor and the load are connected to separate power supplies, turn ON the Sensor power before turning ON the load power. Any exceptions to this rule are indicated in Safety Precautions in individual product information. Power Supply Types An unsmoothed full-wave or half-wave rectifying power supply cannot be used.

Mutual Interference Mutual interference is a state where an output is unstable because the Sensors are affected by light from the adjacent Sensors. The following measures can be taken to avoid mutual interference.

Countermeasure Concept Use a Sensor with the interference prevention e3c-vs1f. Through-beam Sensors Reflective Sensors 1 If Sensors are mounted in close proximity, use Sensors with the interference prevention function. Mutual Interference Prevention Polarizing Filter: EE11 Check the parallel movement distance range in the catalog, verify the set distance between adjacent Sensors, and install the Sensors accordingly at a distance at least 1.

For this type of application, separate the Sensors by at least 1. Separate Sensors to distance where interference does not occur. Close mounting of Sensors is possible by alternating the Emitters with the Receivers in a zigzag fashion up to two E3c-bs1g. However, if the workpieces are close to the Photoelectric Sensors, light from the adjacent Emitter may be received and cause the Sensor to change to the incident light state. Light may enter even if the Sensors are separated by more than the sensing distance.

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If Sensors omeon mounted in opposite each other, slant the Sensors as shown in the following diagram. This is because the Sensors may affect each other and cause output chattering even if separated by more than the Sensor sensing distance. Lowering the sensitivity will generally help. Typical measures are as given in the following table. Type of noise Noise intrusion path and countermeasure Before countermeasure Noise enters from the noise source through the frame metal.

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Radiant noise Ingress of high-frequency electromagnetic waves directly r3c-vs1g Sensor, from power line, etc. Insert a shield copper plate between the Sensor and the noise source e.

Separate the noise source and the Sensor to a distance where noise does not affect operation. Insert a capacitor e. Insert a capacitor, etc. Exceptions are indicated in Safety Omrn in individual product information. Separation from High Voltage Wiring Method Do not lay the cables for the Sensor together with high-voltage lines or power lines. Placing them in the same conduit or duct may cause damage or malfunction due to induction interference.

As a general rule, wire the Sensor in a separate system, use an independent metal conduit, or use shielded cable. Cable Tensile Strength When wiring the cable, do not subject the cable to a tension greater than that indicated in the following table.

Cable diameter Less than 4 mm 4 mm or greater Tensile strength 30 N max. Power line Work Required for Unconnected Leads Unused leads for self-diagnosis outputs or other special functions should be cut and wrapped with insulating tape to prevent contact with other terminals. Do not subject a shielded cable or coaxial cable to tension.

Repeated Bending Normally, the Sensor cable should not be bent repeatedly. For bending-resistant cable, see Attachment to Moving Parts on page C If not grounded, switching noise in the power supply may cause malfunction. Although the bending repetition tolerance of okron standard cable is approximately 13, times, robot cable has an excellent bending tolerance of approximatelytimes.

Cable Bending Destruction Test Tough Wire Breaking Test With current ec-vs1g, bending is repeated to check the number of bends until the current stops.

Strong, conductive electrical wire 2 x 0. Refer to the values in the above table to check bend-resistant performance under actual working conditions. For the E3S-C, the optical axis and the mechanical axis are the same, so the optical axis can be easily adjusted by aligning the mechanical axis. Use the following methods to e3c-vsg and remove Fiber Units. Fiber insertion mark Fiber 9mm 2 Removing Fibers Open the protective cover, lift e3c-vvs1g the lock lever, and pull out the fibers.

The axis from the center of the lens to the center of the beam for the Emitter and the axis from the center of the lens to the center of the reception area for the Receiver. The axis perpendicular to the center of the lens. To maintain the fiber characteristics, make sure that the lock is released before removing the fibers.

Lock and unlock the fibers at an ambient temperature of? If the Sensor does not operate, check the following points. Ambient Conditions Do not use this Sensor in the following locations. Otherwise, it may malfunction or fail. Lens and Case The lens and case of the Photoelectric Sensor are primarily made of plastic.

Dirt should be gently wiped off with a dry cloth. Do not use thinner or other organic solvents. The lens, however, is plastic. Optical energy does not act as an ignition source, thus there is no danger of explosion or fire.

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The lens, case, and fiber covering are made of plastic, so this setup cannot e3-vs1g used if there is a possibility of contact with solvents that f3c-vs1g corrode or degrade e. The Reflector cannot be mounted if there is any oil or dirt remaining. This may weaken performance. M8 and M12 Connectors?

Be sure to connect or disconnect the connector after turning OFF the Sensor. Hold the connector cover to connect or disconnect the connector. Secure the connector cover by hand.

Do not use pliers, otherwise the connector may be damaged. If the connector is not connected securely, the connector may be disconnected by vibration or the proper degree of e3c-vs1 of the Sensor may not be maintained. Values Given in Typical Examples The data and values given as typical examples are not ratings and performance and do not indicate specified performance. They are rather values from samples taken from production lots, and are provided for reference as guidelines.

Typical examples include the minimum sensing object, engineering data, step height detection data, and selection list for specifications. Keep organic solvents away from the Sensor. Organic solvents will dissolve the surface.

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Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the E3c-vw1g. In no event shall responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed e3c-fs1g individual price of the product on which liability is asserted.

This information by itself is not suf? The following are some examples of applications for which particular attention must be given.

This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all possible uses of the products, nor is it intended to imply that the uses listed may be suitable for the products: Outdoor use, uses involving potential chemical contamination or electrical interference, or conditions or uses not described in this catalog.

Nuclear energy control systems, combustion systems, railroad systems, aviation systems, medical equipment, amusement machines, vehicles, safety equipment, and installations subject to separate industry or government regulations. Systems, machines, and equipment that could present a risk to life or property. Please know and observe all prohibitions of use applicable to the products. It is our practice to change model numbers when published ratings or features are changed, or when signi?

When in doubt, special model numbers may be assigned to? This catalog is protected by copyright and is intended solely for use in conjunction with the product.

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