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DF-G1 Expert™ Dual Display Fiber Optic
Light Receiver
Quick Start Guide
Advanced sensor with dual digital displays for use with plastic and glass fiber optic assemblies
For complete technical information about this product, including dimensions, accessories, and specifications, see
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WARNING: Not To Be Used for Personnel Protection
Never use this device as a sensing device for personnel protection. Doing so could lead to
serious injury or death. This device does not include the self-checking redundant circuitry necessary
to allow its use in personnel safety applications. A sensor failure or malfunction can cause either an
energized or de-energized sensor output condition.
Overview
1
Output LED
2
LO/DO Switch
3
RUN/PRG/ADJ Mode Switch
4
Lever Action Fiber Clamp
5
Red Signal Level
6
Green Threshold
7
+/SET/- Rocker Button
Figure 1. DF-G1 Model Features
Models
Model
Outputs
DF-G1-NR-2M
Single NPN
DF-G1-PR-2M
Single PNP
DF-G1-NR-Q5
Single NPN
DF-G1-PR-Q5
Single PNP
DF-G1-NR-Q7
Single NPN
DF-G1-PR-Q7
Single PNP
Connector1
2 m (6.5 ft) cable, 4-wire
150 mm (6 in) PVC pigtail, M12 Euro QD connector,
4-pin
Integral M8 Pico QD connector, 4-pin
1 Connector options:
•
A model with a QD connector requires a mating cordset.
•
For 9 m cable, change the suffix 2M to 9M in the 2 m model number (example, DF-G1-NR-9M).
•
For 150 mm (6 in) PVC pigtail, M8 Pico QD connector, 4-pin change the suffix 2M to Q3 in the 2 m model number (example, DF-G1-NR-Q3).
Original Document
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Installation Instructions
Mounting Instructions
Mount on a DIN Rail
1. Hook the DIN rail clip on the bottom of the DF-G1
over the edge of the DIN rail (1).
2. Push the DF-G1 up on the DIN rail (1).
3. Pivot the DF-G1 onto the DIN rail, pressing until it
snaps into place (2).
Mount to the Accessory Bracket
1. Position the DF-G1 in the SA-DIN-BRACKET.
2. Insert the supplied M3 screws.
3. Tighten the screws.
Remove from a DIN rail
1. Push the DF-G1 up on the DIN rail (1).
2. Pivot the DF-G1 away from the DIN rail and
remove it (2).
Installing the Fibers
Follow
1.
2.
3.
these steps to install glass or plastic fibers.
Open the dust cover.
Move the fiber clamp forward to unlock it.
Insert the fiber(s) into the fiber port(s) until they
stop.
4. Move the fiber clamp backward to lock the fiber(s).
5. Close the dust cover.
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Slide forward
to release
fiber
Fiber Port
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Wiring Diagrams
NPN Models
PNP Models
Key
1
2
3
4
=
=
=
=
Brown
White
Blue
Black
Euro
1
4
NOTE: Open lead wires must be connected to a terminal block.
2
3
Pico
4
3
2
1
For cable options, see http://
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Top Panel Interface
Opening the dust cover provides access to the top panel interface. The top panel interface consists of the RUN/PRG/ADJ
mode switch, LO/DO switch, +/SET/- rocker button, dual red/green digital displays, and output LED.
RUN/PRG/ADJ Mode Switch
The RUN/PRG/ADJ mode switch puts the sensor in RUN, PRG (Program), or ADJ (Adjust) mode. RUN mode
allows the sensor to operate normally and prevents unintentional programming changes via the +/SET/button. PRG mode allows the sensor to be programmed through the display driven programming menu (see
Program Mode below). ADJ mode allows the user to perform Expert TEACH/SET methods and Manual
Adjust (see Adjust Mode below).
LO/DO Switch
The LO/DO switch is used to select Light Operate or Dark Operate mode. In Light Operate mode, the output
is ON when the sensing condition is above the threshold (for Window SET, the output is ON when the
sensing condition is inside the window). In Dark Operate mode, the output is ON when the sensing condition
is below the threshold (for Window SET, the output is ON when the sensing condition is outside the
window).
+/SET/- Rocker Button
The +/SET/- rocker button is a 3-way button. The +/- positions are engaged by rocking the button left/
right. The SET position is engaged by clicking down the button while the rocker is in the middle position. All
three button positions are used during PRG mode to navigate the display driven programming menu. During
ADJ mode, SET is used to perform TEACH/SET methods and +/- are used to manually adjust the
threshold(s). The rocker button is disabled during RUN mode, except when using Window SET, see Window
SET on page 9.
Red/Green Digital Displays
During RUN and ADJ mode, the Red display shows the signal level and the Green display shows the
threshold. During PRG mode, both displays are used to navigate the display driven programming menu.
Output LED
The output LED provides a visible indication when the output is activated.
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Remote Input
For more information about how to perform TEACH/SET methods and to program the sensor remotely, see
www.bannerengineering.com and search 176768.
Run Mode
Run mode allows the sensor to operate normally and prevents unintentional programming changes. The +/SET/- rocker
button is disabled during RUN mode, except when using Window SET, see Window SET on page 9.
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Program Mode
Program (PRG) mode allows the
following settings to be
programmed in the DF-G1:
Factory Default Settings:
Setting
Factory Default
Threshold
5000
TEACH
Selection
Two-Point TEACH
Response
Speed
50 ms
Offset Percent
50%
OFF Delay
0 (Disabled)
OFF One-Shot
0 (Disabled)
ON Delay
0 (Disabled)
ON One-Shot
0 (Disabled)
Display
Readout
Numeric, ECO
disabled, Normal
Orientation
Gain Selection
Auto Gain
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Adjust Mode
Sliding the RUN/PRG/ADJ mode switch to the ADJ position allows the user to perform Expert TEACH/SET methods and
Manual Adjustment of the threshold(s).
Two-Point TEACH
•
•
Establishes a single switching threshold
Threshold can be adjusted using "+" and "-" rocker button (Manual Adjust)
Two-Point TEACH is used when two conditions can be presented statically to the sensor. The sensor locates a single
sensing threshold (the switchpoint) midway between the two taught conditions, with the Output ON condition on one side,
and the Output OFF condition on the other (see Figure 2 on page 6).
Darkest Taught
Condition
Lightest Taught
Condition
Sensor positions
threshold midway
between taught conditions
Output OFF
Darkest
(no signal)
Output ON
Position
adjusted by
Manual Adjust
Most Light
(saturated
signal)
Figure 2. Two-Point TEACH (Light Operate shown)
The Output ON and OFF conditions can be reversed by using the LO/DO (Light Operate/ Dark Operate) switch (see LO/DO
Switch in Top Panel Interface on page 3).
Two-Point TEACH and Manual Adjust
Moves switching threshold value up or down to make adjustments
•
•
•
Slide Mode switch to ADJ to enter Adjust mode
Press "+" to increase; press "-" to decrease
◦ GREEN display shows the switching threshold value
◦ 2 seconds after adjustment, the GREEN display will flash 3 times to confirm
Slide Mode switch to RUN to complete operation
Follow these steps to perform a Two-Point TEACH:
Note: TEACH Selection must be programmed to 2Pt tcH (see Program Mode on page 5)
1. Enter Adjust mode.
Method
Action
Result
SET Button 2
Set the Mode switch to ADJ.
Remote Input 3
No action is required; sensor is ready
for the Two-Point TEACH method
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Threshold
2. Teach the first condition.
2 SET Button: 0.04 seconds ≤ "Click" ≤ 0.8 seconds
3 Remote Input: 0.04 seconds ≤ T ≤ 0.8 seconds
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Method
Action
Result
SET Button
a. Present the first condition.
Display: Flashes "2Pt tch" then holds
on "1234 2nd"
b. Click the SET rocker button
T
Remote Input
a. Present the first condition.
b. Single-pulse the remote input.
3. Teach the second condition.
Method
Action
Result
SET Button
a. Present the second condition.
TEACH Accepted
b. Click the SET rocker button.
Displays alternate "PASS" and %
Minimum Difference4; Sensor returns
to Adjust mode
T
Remote Input
a. Present the second condition.
b. Single-pulse the remote input.
TEACH Not Accepted
Displays alternate "FAIL" and %
Minimum Difference4; Sensor returns
to Adjust mode
4. Return to Run mode.
Method
Action
Result
SET Button
Move the Mode switch to RUN
Remote Input
No action is required; sensor returns to
RUN mode automatically
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Threshold
Dynamic TEACH
•
•
•
Teaches on-the-fly
Establishes a single switching threshold
Threshold can be adjusted using "+" and "-" rocker button (Manual Adjust)
Dynamic TEACH is best used when a machine or process may not be stopped for teaching. The sensor learns during actual
sensing conditions, taking multiple samples of the light and dark conditions and automatically setting the threshold at the
optimum level (see Figure 3 on page 8).
4 See Troubleshooting on page 16 for more explanation of the % Minimum Difference displayed after the Two-Point TEACH
method.
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Darkest Taught
Condition
Lightest Taught
Condition
Sensor positions
threshold midway
between taught conditions
Output OFF
Darkest
(no signal)
Output ON
Position
adjusted by
Manual Adjust
Most Light
(saturated
signal)
Figure 3. Dynamic TEACH (Light Operate shown)
The output ON and OFF conditions can be reversed using the LO/DO switch (see LO/DO Switch in Top Panel Interface on
page 3).
Dynamic TEACH and Manual Adjust
Moves switching threshold value up or down to make adjustments
•
•
•
Slide Mode switch to ADJ to enter Adjust mode
Press "+" to increase; press "-" to decrease
◦ GREEN display shows the switching threshold value
◦ 2 seconds after adjustment, GREEN display will flash 3 times to confirm
Slide Mode switch to RUN to complete operation
Follow these steps to perform a Dynamic TEACH:
NOTE: TEACH Selection must be programmed to dYn tcH (see Program Mode on page 5)
1. Enter Adjust Mode.
Method
Action
Result
SET Button 5
Set Mode switch to ADJ
Remote Input 6
No action required; sensor is ready for
Dynamic TEACH method
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Threshold
2. Enter Dynamic TEACH.
Method
Action
Result
SET Button
Click the SET rocker button
Display: Flashes "dYn tch" then holds
on "1234 dYn"
Remote Input
Single-pulse remote input
T
3. Present ON and OFF Conditions.
Method
Action
Result
SET Button
Present ON and OFF conditions
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Threshold
Remote Input
Present ON and OFF conditions
5 SET Button: 0.04 seconds ≤ "Click" ≤ 0.8 seconds
6 Remote Input: 0.04 seconds ≤ T ≤ 0.8 seconds
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4. Exit Dynamic TEACH.
Method
Action
Result
SET Button
Click the SET rocker button
TEACH Accepted
Remote Input
Single-pulse remote input
T
Displays alternate "PASS" with %
Minimum Difference7, Sensor returns
to Adjust mode
TEACH Not Accepted
Displays alternate "FAIL" with %
Minimum Difference7, Sensor returns
to Adjust mode
5. Return to RUN Mode.
Method
Action
Result
SET Button
Move Mode switch to RUN
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Threshold
Remote Input
No action required; sensor returns to
RUN mode automatically
Window SET
•
•
•
•
•
Sets window thresholds that extend a programmable % offset above and below the presented condition
All other conditions (lighter or darker) cause the output to change state
Sensing window center can be adjusted using "+\" and "-" rocker button (Manual Adjust)
Recommended for applications where a product may not always appear in the same place, or when other signals
may appear
See Program Mode in the user's manual for programming the Offset Percent setting (to increase/decrease the
window size)
A single sensing condition is presented, and the sensor positions window thresholds a programmable % offset above and
below the presented condition. In LO mode, Window SET designates a sensing window with the Output ON condition inside
the window, and the Output OFF conditions outside the window (see Figure 4 on page 10).
NOTE: For Window SET and Light SET, the maximum offset threshold percent is 90%.
7 See Troubleshooting on page 16 for more explanation of the % Minimum Difference displayed after the Dynamic TEACH
method.
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Sensing window
center adjusted by
Manual Adjust
Output OFF
Darkest
(no signal)
Output ON
Condition
Presented
Sensor positions
window thresholds
a programmable %
offset from the
presented condition
Output OFF
Most Light
(saturated
signal)
Figure 4. Window SET (Light Operate shown)
Output ON and OFF conditions can be reversed using the LO/DO switch (see LO/DO Switch in Top Panel Interface on
page 3).
Window SET and Manual Adjust
Moves sensing window center value up or down to make adjustments
•
•
•
Slide Mode switch to ADJ to enter Adjust mode
Press "+" to increase; press "-" to decrease
◦ GREEN display shows the sensing window center value
◦ 2 seconds after adjustment, the GREEN display will flash 3 times to confirm
Slide Mode switch to RUN to complete operation
Follow these steps to perform a Window SET:
Note: TEACH Selection must be programmed to wind SEt (see Program Mode on page 5)
1. Enter Adjust Mode
Method
Action
Result
SET Button 8
Set Mode switch to ADJ
Remote Input 9
No action required; sensor is ready for
Window SET method
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Threshold
2. SET Sensing Condition
8 SET Button: 0.04 seconds ≤ "Click" ≤ 0.8 seconds
9 Remote Input: 0.04 seconds ≤ T ≤ 0.8 seconds
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Method
Action
•
•
Result
Present sensing condition
Click the SET rocker button
SET Button
Remote Input
Threshold Condition Accepted
•
•
Present sensing condition
Single-pulse the remote input
T
Displays read "wInd SEt" then
alternate "PASS" with % Offset10;
Sensor returns to Adjust mode
Threshold Condition Not Accepted
Displays read "wInd SEt" then
alternate "FAIL" with minimum %
Offset10 for sensing condition; Sensor
returns to Adjust mode
3. Return to RUN Mode
Method
Action
Result
SET Button
Move Mode switch to Run
Remote Input
No action required; sensor returns to
Run mode automatically
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Window Center (see Figure 5 on page
11 for instructions on how to display
upper and lower thresholds)
Figure 5. Upper and Lower Thresholds
Light SET
•
•
•
•
•
Sets a threshold a programmable % offset below the presented condition
Changes output state on any condition darker than the threshold condition
Threshold can be adjusted using "+" and "-" rocker button (Manual Adjust)
Recommended for applications where only one condition is known, for example a stable light background with
varying darker targets
See Program Mode on page 5 for programming the Offset Percent setting
A single sensing condition is presented, and the sensor positions a threshold a programmable % offset below the
presented condition. When a condition darker than the threshold is sensed, the output either turns ON or OFF, depending
on the LO/DO switch setting (see LO/DO Switch in Top Panel Interface on page 3).
10 See Troubleshooting on page 16 for more explanation of the % Offset displayed after the Window SET method
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NOTE: For Window SET and Light SET, the maximum offset threshold percent is 90%.
Threshold position
adjusted by
Manual Adjust
Sensor positions
threshold a programmable
% offset below the
presented condition
Output OFF
Darkest
(no signal)
Output ON
Condition
Presented
Most Light
(saturated
signal)
Figure 6. Light SET (Light Operate shown)
Light SET and Manual Adjust
Moves switching threshold value up or down to make adjustments
•
•
•
Slide Mode switch to ADJ to enter Adjust mode
Press "+" to increase; press "-" to decrease
◦ GREEN display shows the switching threshold value
◦ 2 seconds after adjustment, the GREEN display will flash 3 times to confirm
Slide Mode switch to RUN to complete operation
Follow these steps to perform a Light SET:
Note: TEACH Selection must be programmed to Lt SEt (see Program Mode on page 5)
1. Enter Adjust Mode
Method
Action
Result
SET Button 11
Set Mode switch to ADJ
Remote Input 12
No action is required; sensor is ready
for Light SET method
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Threshold
2. SET Sensing Condition
11 SET Button: 0.04 seconds ≤ "Click" ≤ 0.8 seconds
12 Remote Input: 0.04 seconds ≤ T ≤ 0.8 seconds
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Method
Action
•
•
Result
Present sensing condition
Click the SET rocker button
Threshold Condition Accepted
SET Button
Remote Input
•
•
Present sensing condition
Single-pulse the remote input
T
Displays read "Lt SEt" then alternate
"PASS" with % Offset13; Sensor
returns to Adjust mode
Threshold Condition Not Accepted
Displays read "Lt SEt" then alternate
"FAIL" with minimum % Offset13 for
sensing condition; Sensor returns to
Adjust mode
3. Return to RUN Mode
Method
Action
Result
SET Button
Move Mode switch to RUN
Remote Input
No action required; sensor returns to
RUN mode automatically
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Threshold
Dark SET
•
•
•
•
•
Sets a threshold a programmable % offset above the presented condition
Any condition lighter than the threshold condition causes the output to change state
Threshold can be adjusted using "+" and "-" rocker button (Manual Adjust)
Recommended for applications where only one condition is known, for example a stable dark background with
varying lighter targets
See Program Mode on page 5 for programming the Offset Percent setting
NOTE: Offset Percent MUST be programmed to Minimum Offset to accept conditions of no signal (0
counts).
A single sensing condition is presented, and the sensor positions a threshold a programmable % offset above the
presented condition. When a condition lighter than the threshold is sensed, the output either turns ON or OFF, depending
on the LO/DO switch setting (see LO/DO Switch in Top Panel Interface on page 3).
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Threshold position
adjusted by
Manual Adjust
Sensor positions
threshold a programmable
% offset above the
presented condition
Output OFF
Darkest
(no signal)
Condition
Presented
Output ON
Most Light
(saturated
signal)
Figure 7. Dark SET (Light Operate shown)
Dark SET and Manual Adjust
Moves switching threshold value up or down to make adjustments
•
•
•
Slide Mode switch to ADJ to enter Adjust mode
Press "+" to increase; press "-" to decrease
◦ GREEN display shows the switching threshold value
◦ 2 seconds after adjustment, the GREEN display will flash 3 times to confirm
Slide Mode switch to RUN to complete operation
Follow these steps to perform a Dark SET:
Note: TEACH Selection must be programmed to dr SEt (see Program Mode on page 5)
1. Enter Adjust Mode.
Method
Action
Result
SET Button 14
Set Mode switch to ADJ
Remote Input 15
No action required; sensor is ready for
Dark SET method
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Threshold
2. SET Sensing Condition.
14 SET Button: 0.04 seconds ≤ "Click" ≤ 0.8 seconds
15 Remote Input: 0.04 seconds ≤ T ≤ 0.8 seconds
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Method
Action
•
•
Result
Present sensing condition
Click the SET rocker button
SET Button
Threshold Condition Accepted
•
•
Remote Input
Present sensing condition
Single-pulse the remote input
Displays read "dr SEt" then alternate
"PASS" with % Offset16; Sensor
returns to Adjust mode
T
Threshold Condition Not Accepted
Displays read "dr SEt" then alternate
"FAIL" with minimum % Offset16 for
sensing condition; Sensor returns to
Adjust mode
3. Return to RUN Mode.
Method
Action
Result
SET Button
Move Mode switch to RUN
Remote Input
No action required; sensor returns to
RUN mode automatically
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Threshold
Calibration SET
•
•
Sets a threshold exactly at the presented condition
Threshold can be adjusted using "+" and "-" rocker button (Manual Adjust)
A single sensing condition is presented, and the sensor positions a threshold exactly at the presented condition. When a
condition lighter than the threshold is sensed, the output either turns ON or OFF, depending on the LO/DO switch setting
(see LO/DO Switch in Top Panel Interface on page 3).
Threshold position
adjusted by
Manual Adjust
Sensor positions
threshold exactly at
the presented condition
Output OFF
Darkest
(no signal)
Output ON
Condition
Presented
Most Light
(saturated
signal)
Figure 8. Calibration SET (Light Operate shown)
Calibration SET and Manual Adjust
Moves switching threshold value up or down to make adjustments
•
•
Slide Mode switch to ADJ to enter Adjust mode
Press "+" to increase; press "-" to decrease
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◦ GREEN display shows the switching threshold value
◦ 2 seconds after adjustment, the GREEN display will flash 3 times to confirm
Slide Mode switch to RUN to complete operation
Follow these steps to perform a Calibration SET:
Note: TEACH Selection must be programmed to CAL SEt (see Program Mode on page 5)
1. Enter Adjust Mode
Method
Action
•
Result
Set Mode switch to ADJ
SET Button 17
Remote Input 18
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Threshold
No action required; sensor is ready for
Calibration SET method
2. SET Sensing Condition
Method
Action
•
•
Result
Present sensing condition
Click the SET rocker button
SET Button
Remote Input
Threshold Condition Accepted
•
•
Present sensing condition
Single-pulse the remote input
T
Displays read "cAL SEt" then flashes
"PASS"; Sensor returns to Adjust
mode
Threshold Condition Unacceptable
Displays read "cAL SEt" then flashes
"FAIL"; Sensor returns to Adjust
mode
3. Return to RUN Mode
Method
Action
Result
SET Button
Move Mode switch to RUN
Remote Input
No action required; sensor returns to
RUN mode automatically
Display: Red - Signal Level; Green Threshold
Troubleshooting
Percent Minimum Difference after TEACH
The Two-Point and Dynamic TEACH methods will flash a % minimum difference on the displays after a PASS or FAIL.
17 SET Button: 0.04 seconds ≤ "Click" ≤ 0.8 seconds
18 Remote Input: 0.04 seconds ≤ T ≤ 0.8 seconds
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Value
PASS/FAIL
Description
0 to 99%
FAIL
The difference of the taught conditions does not meet the required minimum
100 to 300%
PASS
The difference of the taught conditions just meets/exceeds the required minimum,
minor sensing variables may affect sensing reliability
300 to 600%
PASS
The difference of the taught conditions sufficiently exceeds the required minimum,
minor sensing variables will not affect sensing reliability
600% +
PASS
The difference of the taught conditions greatly exceeds the required minimum, very
stable operation
Percent Offset after SET
The Window, Dark, and Light SET methods will flash a % offset on the displays after a PASS or FAIL.
SET Result
% Offset Meaning
PASS (with % Offset)
Displays the % offset used for the SET method
FAIL (with % Offset)
Displays the minimum required % offset necessary to PASS the SET method
FAIL (without % Offset)
Presented condition cannot be used for the SET method
NOTE: For Window SET and Light SET, the maximum offset threshold percent is 90%.
Specifications
Output Protection
Protected against output short-circuit, continuous overload, transient
over-voltages, and false pulse on power up
Light Detection Range
400 to 1100 nm
Supply Voltage
10 to 30 V dc Class 2 (10% max ripple)
Power and Current Consumption (exclusive of load)
Standard display mode: 960 mW, Current consumption < 40 mA at
24 V dc
ECO display mode: 720 mW, Current consumption < 30 mA at 24 V dc
Supply Protection Circuitry
Protected against reverse polarity, overvoltage, and transient voltages
Delay at Power Up
500 milliseconds max.; outputs do not conduct during this time
Output Configuration
1 current sinking (NPN) or 1 current sourcing (PNP) output, depending
on model
Output Rating
100 mA max. load (derate 1 mA per °C above 30 °C)
OFF-state leakage current: < 5 μA at 30 V dc
ON-state saturation voltage: NPN: < 1.5 V; PNP < 2 V
Operating Conditions
Temperature: −10 °C to +55 °C (+14 °F to +131 °F)
Storage Temperature: −20 °C to +85 °C (−4 °F to +185 °F)
Humidity: 90% at +60 °C maximum relative humidity (noncondensing)
Output Response Time
50 ms
150 ms
Temperature Drift
0.2% per °C
Construction
Black ABS/polycarbonate alloy (UL94 V-0 rated) housing, clear
polycarbonate cover
Environmental Rating
IEC IP50, NEMA 1
Certifications
Ind. Cont. Eq.
3TJJ
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