SMC Pneumatics ZB Compact Vacuum Unit

New
Compact Vacuum Unit
RoHS
Ejector/Vacuum Pump System
m
5 ms
Vacuum response time: 28 ms
Energysaving
∗ Compared with existing model
25
(Shortened by
%;
Comparison with other SMC products)
14 ms
∗ Conditions: Needle flow rate set to 0.35 SCFM (10 L/min), when the
pressure reaches atmospheric pressure, with supply pressure
72.5 psi (0.5 MPa), vacuum piping size ø0.16/ø0.098 x 2 inch
(ø4/ø2.5 x 50 mm)
Compact/
Lightweight
0.101Ibs (46 g)
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
−14.5
(−100)
∗ Conditions: Nozzle size ø0.6mm, when the pressure reaches –8.7 psi
(–60 kPa),vacuum piping size ø0.16/ø0.098 x 2 inch
(ø4/ø2.5 x 50 mm)
Vacuum breaking time:
Air consumption:
Vacuum pressure
reached:
−11.6
(−80)
17% reduced∗
21% increased∗
0.88
(25)
Vacuum pressure
reached:
21% increased
ZB
Existing model
0.71
(20)
−8.7 Air consumption:
(−60) 17% reduced
0.53
(15)
−5.8
(−40)
0.35
(10)
Air consumption
−2.9
(−20)
at the peak vacuum pressure
0.35 SCFM (10 L/min) 0.42 SCFM (12 L/min)
0.18
(5)
∗ Nozzle size ø0.5 mm
∗ Single unit weight
0
0
14.5
(0.1)
29
(0.2)
43.5
(0.3)
58
(0.4)
72.5
(0.5)
87
(0.6)
0
Air consumption SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Response time
Quick
response of the valve:
Supply pressure psi (MPa)
With vacuum
pressure switch
All-in-One
Supply valve, release valve, vacuum break flow
adjustment needle, suction filter, and silencer
0.394 inch
Vacuum break flow adjustment needle
Supply valve
(10 mm)
Release valve
1.51 inch
(38.4 mm)
Can copy to up to
10 switches
simultaneously.
The settings of the master
sensor (source of copy) can be
copied to the slave sensors.
Reduction in setting work
Prevention of mistakes in setting
3.09 inch
(78.5 mm)
Master sensor
(source of copy)
Copy
Suction filter
Silencer (Built-in)
Nominal filtration rating: 30 µm
Slave side → 1 unit
Series ZB
2 units
10 units
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Series ZB
Unit with release pressure supply port can be selected.
Air pressure and release pressure can be adjusted separately.
Release pressure can be adjusted to suit the workpiece.
Supply valve
Port open to atmosphere
Release
valve
Port open to
atmosphere
Supply
valve
Air pressure SUP port
(PV)
Release
valve
Release pressure SUP port
(PD)
Release pressure SUP port
V
Air/Vacuum pressure SUP port
Release response time is shortened by 25% due to port open to atmosphere.
Vacuum (V) port pressure
Having the R port of the supply valve open to atmosphere
allows instant vacuum break with the pump system and
controls excessive increase of the release pressure.
Existing model
(Without port open to atmosphere)
Port open to atmosphere
Controls excessive
increase of the
release pressure.
Supply
valve
PV
Release
valve
ZB
(With port open to
atmosphere)
Atmospheric
pressure
PD
Reduces the
release response
time by 25%.
−3.5 psi (−90 kPa)
0
45 60
V
Time [ms]
∗ Conditions: Needle flow rate set to 0.18 SCFM (5 L/min), with supply pressure 72.5 psi (0.5 MPa),
vacuum piping size ø0.16/ø0.098 x 3.9 inch (ø4/ø2.5 x 100 mm)
Prevents incorrect vacuum break (exhaust interference).
Installing individual exhaust ports prevents incorrect vacuum
break due to exhaust interference when used as a manifold.
Individual exhaust port specification for which
piping can be connected is also available.
D side Stations
n
1
Pressure sensor
Pressure sensor
PV
PD
Port open to atmosphere
Supply
valve
EXH
PV
PD
Port open to atmosphere
Supply
valve
EXH
Release
valve
Release
valve
V
Exhaust port
U side
V
Individual exhaust port
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Fine adjustment of the vacuum break
It can be adjusted from 0.035 to 0.505 SCFM
(1 to 14.5 L/min (ANR)).
Easy maintenance
Replacement of
sound absorbing material
Replacement of
filter element
Sound
absorbing
material
Silencer
cover
2
Filter element
Release flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
∗ With the supply pressure 72.5 psi (0.5 MPa)
Simple installation and removal without the use of screws
0.56 (16)
0.49 (14)
Existing model
0.42 (12)
0.35 (10)
ZB
0.28 (8)
0.21 (6)
0.14 (4)
0.07 (2)
0
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
3
Needle opening [rotations]
Unit either with
pressure sensor or
vacuum pressure switch
can be selected.
1
Filter case
Vacuum port
Applicable to the
latching type valve
Latching type valve can be selected
for the supply valve. (Nozzle sizes:
ø0.3 mm and ø0.4 mm only)
Reduces power consumption by
reducing energization time when
generating vacuum, and prevents
workpieces being dropped if there is
an instantaneous power cut due to
lightning etc. (when the air supply is
not stopped).
With pressure sensor
Construction which reduces discharge
of dust with the vacuum break air
With vacuum pressure switch
Application Example
This product has a construction with the vacuum pressure
path and release pressure path separated, which reduces the
amount of dust collected by the suction filter discharged to the
atmosphere.
ZB
Filter case
V port
Vacuum
Vacuum
break air
Vacuum
Exhaust
Suction filter
Variations
Single unit
Nozzle
size
Model
Vacuum pump system
Ejector
Manifold
ZB00
ZB03
ZB04
ZB05
ZB06
—
ø0.3 mm
ø0.4 mm
ø0.5 mm
ø0.6 mm
Supply valve
Large flow (N.C.)
Release valve
Latching
N.C.
Pressure sensor
Vacuum pressure switch
Manifold
stations
—
1 to 12
stations
—
—
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Compact Vacuum Unit
Series ZB
RoHS
How to Order Single Unit
Vacuum Pump System
ZB 00 2 0
K1 5 L
P1
C4
Ejector
ZB 04 1 1
K1 5 L
P1
C4
Nominal Nozzle Size
Body Type
Nominal Applicable supply valve and standard supply pressure
Symbol nozzle
Large flow
Latching
size
(N.C.)
—
00 Note 1) —
03 ø0.3 mm 50.8 psi (0.35 MPa) 58 psi (0.4 MPa)
04 ø0.4 mm 50.8 psi (0.35 MPa) 65.3 psi (0.45 MPa)
—
05 ø0.5 mm 50.8 psi (0.35 MPa)
—
06 ø0.6 mm 72.5 psi (0.5 MPa)
Symbol Body specification Port specification Note 2)
1
Single unit
PV, PD
PV, PD common port
(PV = PD)
Rated Voltage
24 VDC
5
12 VDC
6
Supply Valve/Release Valve
Electrical Entry Note 4)
L
L-type plug connector
With lead wire
LO
L-type plug connector
Without connector
M
M-type plug connector
With lead wire Note 5)
MO
M-type plug connector
Without connector Note 5)
Note 1) Vacuum pump system only
2
Single unit
Exhaust Type
0
For vacuum
pump system
(Without
silencer)
2
PD
PV, PD individual port
(PV ≠ PD)
Without exhaust port
3
1
PV
Silencer
exhaust
(Individual
exhaust)
For manifold
No distinction
Exhaust
direction
Port exhaust
(Individual
exhaust)
Exhaust port
Note 2) Names of the ports and functions are as
follows.
PV : Air pressure SUP port (Ejector)
Vacuum pressure SUP port (Vacuum
pump system)
PD : Release pressure SUP port
(For the unit with PD port, select the
model with a release valve for .)
Specify the port specification of the body for
manifold with the manifold model number.
Note 4) All with light and surge suppressor.
Lead wire length is 11.8 inch (300 mm) for
the models with lead wire. For other lead
wire length, select a model without connector
and include the connector assembly part
number in Table 2 on page 9.
Note 5) M- and MO-type connectors cannot be
selected for models with pressure sensor
or pressure switch for vacuum.
Manual Override Note 6)
Combination of Supply Valve and Release Valve Note 3)
Symbol
K1
J1
Q1
Q2
Applicable body type
Ejector
Pump system
PV = PD PV ≠ PD PV = PD PV ≠ PD
Normally closed
Normally closed
—
None
Normally closed
—
—
∗
∗
Latching (Positive common) Normally closed
—
—
None
Latching (Positive common)
—
—
—
∗
Supply valve
∗ Vacuum break by port open to atmosphere
Note 3) Refer to Table 1 on page 9 for the part number of supply valve and release
valve of each specification. Latching type is applicable only to the ejector
nozzle sizes ø0.3 and ø0.4
1
Nil
Non-locking push type
B
Locking type (Tool required)
Semi-standard
Release valve
Note 6) Latching type (supply valve) has the
push-locking type only, but either the push
type or the locking type can be selected for
the release valve.
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Compact Vacuum Unit
Series ZB
Pressure Sensor/Vacuum Pressure Switch Specifications
Symbol
Type
Pressure range psi (kPa)
Specifications
Without pressure sensor/vacuum pressure switch
Nil
0 to –14.6 (0 to –101)
Output: 1 to 5 V, accuracy: ±2% F.S. or less Note 7)
P1 Pressure
sensor –14.5 to 14.5 (–100 to 100) Output: 1 to 5 V, accuracy: ±2% F.S. or less Note 7)
P3
With unit switching function Note 8)
EA
NPN
SI unit only Note 9)
EAM
2 outputs
With unit switching function [Initial value psi] Note 8)
EAP
0 to –14.5 (0 to –101)
With unit switching function Note 8)
EB
PNP
SI unit only Note 9)
EBM
2 outputs
With unit switching function [Initial value psi] Note 8)
EBP Vacuum
With unit switching function Note 8)
FA pressure
NPN
switch
SI unit only Note 9)
FAM
2 outputs
With unit switching function [Initial value psi] Note 8)
FAP
–14.5 to 14.5 (–100 to 100)
With unit switching function Note 8)
FB
PNP
SI unit only Note 9)
FBM
2 outputs
With unit switching function [Initial value psi] Note 8)
FBP
P: Pressure
sensor
E/F: Vacuum pressure switch
Note 7) Only the lead wire length 118 inch (3 m) is available for the pressure sensor.
Note 8) The unit switching function is not available in Japan due to a new measurement law.
Note 9) Fixed unit: kPa
Lead Wire with Connector for Vacuum Pressure Switch
Nil
G
Without lead wire with connector (No need to specify for pressure sensor type. )
Lead wire with connector and connector cover, Lead wire length 78.7 inch (2 m)
Option Note 12)
Nil
B
Note 11)
Vacuum (V) Port
C2 Straight ø2 mm one-touch fitting
C4 Straight ø4 mm one-touch fitting
N1 Straight ø1/8" one-touch fitting
N3 Straight ø5/32" one-touch fitting
L2 Elbow ø2 mm one-touch fitting
L4 Elbow ø4 mm one-touch fitting
LN1 Elbow ø1/8" one-touch fitting
LN3 Elbow ø5/32" one-touch fitting
Metric
size
Inch
size
Metric
size
Inch
size
Without option
With bracket for single unit
(Enclosed with the product
for shipment without
being assembled)
Bracket
Note 10)
With suction
filter
Note 10)
With suction
filter
K
Screwdriver handling type
vacuum break needle
Note 12) When multiple options are selected, state them in alphabetical
order.
Note 10) The filter included in this product is of an simple type, and will become
clogged quickly in environments with high quantities of dust or
particulates. Please make additional use of an air suction filter of the
ZFA, ZFB or ZFC series.
Note 11) Be sure to hold the filter case when connecting and disconnecting the
tube for the elbow type.
Warning
The filter case of this suction filter is made of nylon. Contact with alcohol
or similar chemicals may cause it to be damaged. Also, do not use the
filter when these chemicals are present in the atmosphere.
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Series ZB
How to Order Manifold
ZZB 08
S 01 M5
Pressure Sensor/Vacuum Pressure Switch Mountable Note)
Stations
01
02
1 station
2 stations
12
12 stations
Common Supply (PV) Port Size
Rc1/8
01
NPT1/8
01N
G1/8
01F
M5 x 0.8
M5
Nil
S
Sensor/switch non-mountable base
Sensor/switch mountable base
Note) Select “S” when the model with either the pressure sensor or the
vacuum pressure switch is selected in for the single unit. (Refer
to “Manifold” on page 17.)
Common Release Pressure (PD) Port Size Note)
Nil
M5
Without PD port (PV = PD)
M5 x 0.8 (PV ≠ PD)
Note) Refer to on page 1 for the combinations of supply valve and
release valve selectable.
Common supply
(PV) port (PV = PD)
Common supply
(PV) port (PV ≠ PD)
Common release
pressure (PD) port
Vacuum (V) port
Vacuum (V) port
∗ Prepare a part to plug the unused port if the unit is used with an air
supply on one side. Example) For M5 x 0.8: M-5P
How to Order the Product
Single unit
Select the body type 1 or 2 referring to
Body type on page 1.
Example) ZB0411-K15L-P1-C4
Manifold
Refer to “How to Order Manifold” and select the body type 3
referring to Body type on page 1. Pre-fix “∗” to the part
number for the single unit(s) to be mounted as a manifold.
(Without “∗”, they will be shipped as a spare part and will not
be mounted as a manifold.)
Example) ZZB04-S01M5
∗ ZB0531-K15L-P1-C4
Manifold Simultaneous Operating Stations
Ejector model
ZB03
ZB04
ZB05 ZB06
Supply (PV) port
Fitting size
(N.C.)
Supply valve
type Large flow Latching Large flow Latching Large flow Large flow
Supply from
one side
(N.C.)
(N.C.)
(N.C.)
10
Rc1/8
NPT1/8
Supply from
G1/8
both sides
12
Supply from
one side
10
8
10
Supply from
both sides
12
10
12
M5 x 0.8
12
12
Note) These values are obtained under the standard supply pressure.
1
4
ZB0531-K15L-P1-C4
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Series ZB
Compact Vacuum Unit
Specifications
General Specifications
Supply Valve/Release Valve Common Specifications
Operating temperature range 23 to 122°F (–5 to 50°C) (No condensation)
Fluid
Air, Inert gas
Vibration resistance Note 1)
98 ft/s2 (30 m/s2) Without sensor/switch
With sensor
66 ft/s2 (20 m/s2) (With switch)
Impact resistance Note 2)
490 ft/s2 (150 m/s2) Without sensor/switch
With sensor
330 ft/s2 (100 m/s2) (With switch)
Valve construction
3-port direct operated poppet valve
Lubrication
Not required
Manual override Note) Non-locking push type, Locking type (Tool required)
Enclosure
Dustproof
Note) Push-locking type only for the latching type
Note 1) 10 to 500 Hz for 2 hours in each direction of X, Y and Z (During de-energizing)
Note 2) 3 times in each direction of X, Y and Z (During de-energizing)
Supply Valve/Release Valve Specifications
Supply valve
Large flow type (N.C.)
Type
Supply valve/release valve model
Release valve
Standard
ZB1-VQ110U-
ZB1-VQ120U-
ZB1-VQ110L-
ZB1-VQ110-
Ejector (N.C.)
Pump system (N.C.)
Ejector Note 1)
Ejector (N.C.)
Pump system (N.C.)
79.8 psi (0.55 MPa)
14.5 psi (0.1 MPa)
5 ms or less
0.7 W (29 mA) Note 2)
0.7 W (29 mA) Note 2)
14.5 psi (0.1 MPa)
–14.5 psi (–0.1 MPa)
5 ms or less
0.7 W (29 mA) Note 2)
0.7 W (58 mA) Note 2)
79.8 psi (0.55 MPa)
14.5 psi (0.1 MPa)
5 ms or less
1 W (42 mA)
1 W (83 mA)
79.8 psi (0.55 MPa)
0 psi (0 MPa)
ON: 3.5 ms OFF: 2 ms
1 W (42 mA)
1 W (42 mA)
Applicable system
Maximum operating pressure
Minimum operating pressure
Response time
Rated coil voltage 24 VDC
Power consumption (Current) 12 VDC
Latching type
L-type plug connector (With light/surge voltage suppressor)
M-type plug connector (With light/surge voltage suppressor) Note 3)
Electrical entry
Note 1) Latching type is applicable only to the ejector nozzle sizes ø0.3 mm and ø0.4 mm
Note 2) Inrush: 3.1 W (10 ms after energized); Holding: 0.7 W
Note 3) M-type can also be selected when the ejector or the pump system is selected without pressure sensor/vacuum pressure switch.
Ejector Specifications Note 1)
Model
Supply valve type
Nozzle size (mm)
Supply pressure range Note 2) psi (MPa)
Standard supply pressure psi (MPa)
Air consumption SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Maximum suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Maximum vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
ZB03
Large flow
(N.C.)
Latching
ZB04
Large flow
(N.C.)
0.3
0.4
ZB05
Latching
ZB06
Large flow Large flow
(N.C.)
(N.C.)
0.5
0.6
43.5 to 79.8
29 to 79.8 (0.2 to 0.55)
(0.3 to 0.55)
50.8 (0.35) 58(0.4)
50.8(0.35) 65.3(0.45) 50.8(0.35) 72.5(0.5)
0.64(18)
0.35(10)
0.3(8.5)
0.124 (3.5) 0.14(4)
0.23(6.5)
0.25(7)
0.07 (2)
0.16(4.5)
0.124(3.5)
13.2 (–86)
13.9 (–90)
Suction Filter
Specifications
Nominal filtration rating
Filtration area
30 μm
0.2 inch2
(130 mm2)
Refer to Vacuum Equipment
Model Selection from pages
825 to 846 in Best Pneumatics
No. 4 for the ejector model
selection.
Note 1) These values are representative values, and may vary depending on the atmospheric pressure (weather, height above sea level, etc.).
Note 2) The maximum operating pressure is 72.5 psi (0.5 MPa) when using the product either with pressure sensor or vacuum pressure switch.
Weight
Single Unit
Single unit model
ZB1/2-K1 (Single unit, without sensor)
ZB3-K1 (One station for manifold, without sensor)
Weight Ibs(g)
0.101(46)
0.088 (40)
Pressure Sensor/Vacuum Pressure Switch
Pressure sensor/vacuum pressure switch model
ZB1-PS-A
(Except pressure sensor, cable portion)
Weight Ibs (g)
0.011 (5)
ZB1-ZS-A
0.031 (14)
(Except vacuum pressure switch, lead wire assembly with connector)
Manifold Base
1 sta. 2 sta. 3 sta. 4 sta. 5 sta. 6 sta. 7 sta. 8 sta. 9 sta. 10 sta. 11 sta. 12 sta.
Weight 0.035 0.049 0.062 0.075 0.09 0.104 0.117 0.132 0.146 0.159 0.174 0.187
Ibs (g) (16) (22) (28) (34) (41) (47) (53) (60) (66) (72) (79) (85)
Calculation of weight for the manifold type
(Single unit weight x Number of stations) + (Pressure sensor/
vacuum pressure switch weight x Number of stations) +
Manifold base
Example) 5-station manifold with pressure sensors
0.088 Ibs x 5 pcs. + 0.011Ibs x 5 pcs. + 0.09 Ibs = 0.585 Ibs
(40 g x 5 pcs. + 5 g x 5 pcs. + 41 g = 266 g )
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Series ZB
Ejector Exhaust Characteristics/Flow-rate Characteristics
Nozzle Size ø0.3 mm Supply Valve, Large Flow Type (N.C.)/ZB03- KJ1
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
–11.6
(–80)
0.35
(10)
Vacuum pressure
–8.7
(–60)
0.28
(8)
Air consumption
–5.8
(–40)
Suction flow
–2.9
(–20)
0.21
(6)
0.14
(4)
0.07
(2)
0
0
0 14.5 (0.1) 29 (0.2)43.5 (0.3) 58 (0.4) 72.5 (0.5) 87 (0.6)
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
Flow-rate Characteristics
–14.5
(–100)
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Air consumption SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Exhaust Characteristics
(Supply pressure: 51 psi (0.35 MPa))
–14.5
(–100)
–11.6
(–80)
–8.7
(–60)
–5.8
(–40)
–2.9
(–20)
0
0
0.018 (0.5)
Supply pressure psi (MPa)
0.04 (1)
0.05 (1.5)
0.07 (2)
0.09 (2.5)
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Nozzle Size ø0.4 mm Supply Valve, Large Flow Type (N.C.)/ZB04- KJ1
0.53
(15)
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
–14.5
(–100)
–11.6
(–80)
Air consumption
Vacuum pressure
0.42
(12)
–8.7
(–60)
0.32
(9)
–5.8
(–40)
0.21
(6)
–2.9
(–20)
Suction flow
0.11
(3)
0
0
0 14.5 (0.1) 29 (0.2)43.5 (0.3) 58 (0.4) 72.5 (0.5) 87 (0.6)
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
Flow-rate Characteristics
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Air consumption SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Exhaust Characteristics
(Supply pressure: 51 psi (0.35 MPa))
–14.5
(–100)
–11.6
(–80)
–8.7
(–60)
–5.8
(–40)
–2.9
(–20)
0
0
0.04 (1)
Supply pressure psi (MPa)
0.07 (2)
0.11 (3)
0.14 (4)
0.18 (5)
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Nozzle Size ø0.5 mm Supply Valve, Large Flow Type (N.C.)/ZB05- KJ1
0.88
(25)
–14.5
(–100)
–11.6
(–80)
Vacuum pressure
–8.7
(–60)
0.71
(20)
Air consumption
–5.8
(–40)
Suction flow
0.53
(15)
0.35
(10)
0.18
(5)
–2.9
(–20)
0
0
0 14.5 (0.1) 29 (0.2)43.5 (0.3) 58 (0.4) 72.5 (0.5) 87 (0.6)
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
Flow-rate Characteristics
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Air consumption SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
Exhaust Characteristics
(Supply pressure: 51 psi (0.35 MPa))
–14.5
(–100)
–11.6
(–80)
–8.7
(–60)
–5.8
(–40)
–2.9
(–20)
0
0
0.05 (1.5)
Supply pressure psi (MPa)
0.11 (3)
0.16 (4.5)
0.21 (6)
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Nozzle Size ø0.6 mm Supply Valve, Large Flow Type (N.C.)/ZB06- KJ1
–11.6
(–80)
–8.7
(–60)
0.88
(25)
0.71
(20)
Vacuum pressure
Air consumption
–5.8
(–40)
–2.9
(–20)
0.53
(15)
0.35
(10)
Suction flow
0.18
(5)
0
0
0 14.5 (0.1) 29 (0.2)43.5 (0.3) 58 (0.4) 72.5 (0.5) 87 (0.6)
Supply pressure psi (MPa)
5
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
Flow-rate Characteristics
–14.5
(–100)
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Air consumption SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
Exhaust Characteristics
(Supply pressure: 72.5 psi (0.5 MPa))
–14.5
(–100)
–11.6
(–80)
–8.7
(–60)
–5.8
(–40)
–2.9
(–20)
0
0
0.09 (2.5)
0.18 (5)
0.26 (7.5)
0.35 (10)
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
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Compact Vacuum Unit
Series ZB
Nozzle Size ø0.3 mm Supply Valve, Latching Type/ZB03-Q 12
0.35
(10)
Vacuum pressure
–11.6
(–80)
0.28
(8)
–8.7
(–60)
Air consumption
–5.8
(–40)
0.21
(6)
0.14
(4)
–2.9
(–20)
Suction flow
0
0 14.5 (0.1)
29 (0.2) 43.5 (0.3)
58 (0.4) 72.5 (0.5)
0.07
(2)
87 (0.6)
0
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
–14.5
(–100)
Flow-rate Characteristics
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Air consumption SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
Exhaust Characteristics
–14.5
(–100)
–11.6
(–80)
–8.7
(–60)
–5.8
(–40)
–2.9
(–20)
0
0
0.018 (0.5)
Supply pressure psi (MPa)
0.05 (1.5)
0.42
(12)
Vacuum pressure
–8.7
(–60)
0.32
(9)
–5.8
(–40)
Air consumption 0.21
(6)
Suction flow
0.11
(3)
0
29 (0.2) 43.5 (0.3)
58 (0.4) 72.5 (0.5)
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
0.53
(15)
–14.5
(–100)
–2.9
(–20)
0.07 (2)
0.09 (2.5)
1
2
Flow-rate Characteristics
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Air consumption SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
Exhaust Characteristics
0
0 14.5 (0.1)
0.04 (1)
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Nozzle Size ø0.4 mm Supply Valve, Latching Type/ZB04-Q
–11.6
(–80)
(Supply pressure: 72.5 psi (0.5 MPa))
–14.5
(–100)
–11.6
(–80)
–8.7
(–60)
–5.8
(–40)
–2.9
(–20)
0
87 (0.6)
(Supply pressure: 72.5 psi (0.5 MPa))
0
0.04 (1)
Supply pressure psi (MPa)
0.07 (2)
0.11 (3)
0.14 (4)
0.18 (5)
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Release Flow-rate Characteristics (Ejector/Pump System)
The graph shows the suction flow-rate characteristics of the vacuum pump
system at different vacuum pressures.
The graph shows the flow-rate characteristics with various supply pressures when the
vacuum break flow adjustment needle is opened from the fully close state.
–14.5
(–100)
Release flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
Vacuum pressure psi (kPa)
Vacuum Pump System Flow-rate Characteristics/ZB00
–11.6
(–80)
–8.7
(–60)
–5.8
(–40)
–2.9
(–20)
0
0
0.07 (2)
0.14 (4)
0.21 (6)
0.28 (8)
Suction flow SCFM (L/min (ANR))
The actual suction flow at the point of suction varies depending on the vacuum
pump’s piping conditions. (For above graph, vacuum (V) port is ø0.16 x 2 inch (ø4 x
50 mm).)
0.56 (16)
43.5 psi (0.3 MPa)
0.49 (14)
58 psi (0.4 MPa)
0.42 (12)
0.35 (10)
72.5 psi (0.5 MPa)
0.28 (8)
0.21 (6)
29 psi (0.2 MPa)
0.14 (4)
14.5 psi (0.1 MPa)
0.07 (2)
0
0
2
4
6
8
10
Needle opening [rotations]
Note) The flow-rate characteristics shown in this graph are representative
values, and the flow at the absorption part may vary depending on the
piping conditions to the vacuum (V) port, etc.
Vacuum pressure
How to Read Flow-rate Characteristics Graph
Flow-rate characteristics are expressed in ejector vacuum pressure and suction flow. If suction flow changes,
the vacuum pressure will also be changed. Normally this relationship is expressed in ejector standard
operating pressure use. In graph, Pmax is max. vacuum pressure and Qmax is maximum suction flow. The
values are specified according to catalog use. Changes in vacuum pressure are expressed in the below order.
Pmax
P1
0
Qmax
Q1
Suction flow
1. When ejector suction port is covered and made airtight, suction flow becomes zero and vacuum pressure is
at maximum value (Pmax).
2. When suction port is opened gradually, air can flow through, (air leakage), suction flow increases, but
vacuum pressure decreases. (condition P1 and Q1)
3. When suction port is opened further and fully opened, suction flow moves to maximum value (Qmax), but
vacuum pressure is near zero (atmospheric pressure).
As described above, the vacuum pressure changes when the suction flow changes. In other words, when there is no
leakage from the vacuum (V) port, the vacuum pressure can reach its maximum, but as the amount of leakage increases, the vacuum pressure decreases. When the amount of
leakage and the max. suction flow become equal, the vacuum pressure becomes almost zero.
In the case when ventirative or leaky work should be adsorbed, please note that vacuum pressure will not rise.
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Series ZB
Pressure Sensor/Vacuum Pressure Switch
Specifications
Vacuum pressure
switch
Pressure sensor
Pressure Sensor/ZB1-PS-A (Refer to the PSE series in Best Pneumatics No. 6 and Operation Manual for details.)
Model (Refer to the standard model number for the sensor unit on page 9.)
Rated pressure range
Proof pressure
Output voltage
Output impedance
Power supply voltage
Current consumption
Accuracy
Linearity
Repeat accuracy
Effect of power supply voltage
Temperature characteristics
Case
Material
Pressure sensing section
Lead wire
ZB1-PS1-A (PSE541)
ZB1-PS3-A (PSE543)
0 to –14.6 psi (0 to –101 kPa)
–14.5 to 14.5 psi (–100 to 100 kPa)
72.5 psi (500 kPa)
1 to 5 VDC
Approx. 1 kΩ
10 to 24 VDC±10%, Ripple (p-p) 10% or less
15 mA or less
±2% F.S. (Ambient temperature: 77˚F (25°C))
±0.4% F.S. or less
±0.2% F.S. or less
±0.8% F.S. or less
±2% F.S. or less (Ambient temperature: based on 77˚F (25°C))
Resin
Sensor pressure receiving area: Silicon, O-ring: HNBR
Oil-resistant vinyl cabtire cable
0.11 x 0.13 inch (2.7 x 3.2 mm) (elliptic), Cross section: 2.3 x 10-4 inch2 (0.15 mm2), 3 cores, 118 inch (3 m), Insulator O.D.: 0.035 inch (0.9 mm)
Vacuum Pressure Switch/ZB1-ZS-A (Refer to the individual catalog ZSE/ISE10 series and Operation Manual for details.)
Model (Refer to the standard model number for the switch unit on page 9.)
Rated pressure range
Set pressure range/Pressure display range
Proof pressure
Minimum unit setting
Power supply voltage
Current consumption
Switch output
Maximum load current
Maximum applied voltage
Residual voltage
Response time
Short circuit protection
Repeat accuracy
Hysteresis mode
Hysteresis
Window comparator mode
Display
Display accuracy
Indicator light
Enclosure
EnvironOperating humidity range
mental
resistance Withstand voltage
Insulation resistance
Temperature characteristics
Lead wire
ZB1-ZSE-A (ZSE10)
ZB1-ZSF-A (ZSE10F)
0 to –14.6 psi (0 to –101 kPa)
1.45 to –15.2 psi (10 to –105 kPa)
–14.5 to 14.5 psi (–100 to 100 kPa)
–15.2 to 15.2 psi (–105 to 105 kPa)
72.5 psi (500 kPa)
14.5 psi (0.1 kPa)
12 to 24 VDC±10%, Ripple (p-p) 10% or less (with power supply polarity protection)
40 mA or less
NPN or PNP open collector 2 outputs (Select)
80 mA
28 V (with NPN output)
2 V or less (with load current of 80 mA)
2.5 ms or less (Response time selections with anti-chattering function: 20, 100, 500, 1000, 2000 ms)
Yes
±0.2% F.S. ±1 digit
Variable (0 or above) Note 1)
3 1/2 digit, 7-segment LED, 1-color display (Red)
±2% F.S. ±1 digit (Ambient temperature of 77±37.4˚F (25±3°C))
Lights up when output is turned ON. OUT1: Green, OUT2: Red
IP40
Operating/Stored: 35 to 85% RH (No condensation)
1000 VAC for 1 minute between live parts and enclosure
50 MΩ or more between live parts and enclosure (at 500 VDC mega)
±2% F.S. (at 77˚F (25°C) in an operating temperature range of 23 to 122˚F (–5 and 50°C))
Oil-resistant vinyl cabtire cable
Cross section: 2.3 x 10-4 inch2 (0.15 mm2) (AWG26), 5 cores, 78.7 inch (2 m), Insulator O.D.: 0.04 inch (1.0 mm)
Note 1) If the applied voltage fluctuates around the set value, the hysteresis must be set to a value more than the fluctuating width, otherwise chattering will occur.
Note 2) Refer to “General Specifications” on page 4 for the specifications not shown in the table.
Output (OUT1) display (Green) Lights up when OUT1 is turned ON.
Output (OUT2) display (Red) Lights up when OUT2 is turned ON.
Displays the current pressure, set mode and error code.
LED display
Selects the mode or increases the ON/OFF set-value.
button (UP)
Use for switching to the peak display mode.
Selects the mode or decreases the ON/OFF set-value.
button (DOWN)
Use for switching to the bottom display mode.
Use for changing the mode or setting the set-value.
button (SET)
Internal Circuit and Wiring Example
Pressure Sensor
ZB1-PS-A
Brown DC (+)
Main circuit
Description (Vacuum Pressure Switch)
1 kΩ
Black OUT
+ 12 VDC
(Analog output)
– to
24 VDC
Load
Blue DC (–)
Voltage output type: 1 to 5 V
Output impedance: Approx. 1 kΩ
Lead wire with connector
ZB1-ZSB-A
PNP (2 outputs)
Brown DC (+)
button (SET)
LED display
button (DOWN)
Main circuit
Brown DC (+)
Output (OUT2) display (Red)
button (UP)
NPN (2 outputs)
Main circuit
Output (OUT1) display (Green)
Connector terminal
Vacuum Pressure Switch
ZB1-ZSA-A
Black OUT1
Black OUT1 Load
Load
Load + 12 VDC
+ 12toVDC
White OUT2
White OUT2
to
–
–
24 VDC
24 VDC
FUNC
FUNC Load
Blue DC (–)
Blue DC (–)
Max. 28 V, 80 mA
Max. 80 mA
Residual voltage: 2 V or less
Residual voltage: 2 V or less
∗ The FUNC terminal is connected when using the copy function. (Refer to the Operation Manual.)
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Series ZB
Compact Vacuum Unit
Construction
!4
!3
u
!5
Single Unit/Vacuum Pressure Switch
w
r
t
y
q
e
!2
!2
i
o
!0
Manifold/Pressure Sensor
Component Parts
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
Valve body assembly
Needle assembly
Body
Nozzle
Diffuser
Silencer cover
Material
Resin/HNBR
Resin/Brass/HNBR
Resin
Aluminum
Aluminum
Resin
Note
White
—
White
Vacuum pump system: Spacer
Vacuum pump system: None
White
Replacement Parts
No.
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
Model (Refer to page 9.)
Note
ZB1-VQ110U-
ZB1-VQ110L-
Supply valve
Refer to Table 1 on page 9 for applicable part number.
ZB1-VQ120U-
ZB1-VQ110-
Release valve
With fitting and filter element (page 9)
ZB1-VPN3--A
V-port assembly
(Case material: Special clear nylon)
It is required when replacing the fitting only.
KJ-C1
One-touch fitting
Nominal filtration rating: 30 μm, 10 pcs. in 1 set
ZB1-FE3-A
Filter element
10 pcs. in 1 set
Sound absorbing material ZB1-SE1-A
Pressure sensor assembly ZB1-PS-A
Vacuum pressure switch assembly ZB1-ZS-A
Refer to “Manifold” in “How to Order the Product” on page 3 for change in the number of stations.
ZZB-
Manifold base assembly
How to Replace the Filter
When adsorption performance decreases or when there is delay in response time due to clogging of
the filter, stop the operation and replace the filter with a new one.
1) Hold the V-port assembly with your fingers, turn it 45 degrees in the counterclockwise direction and
pull it out. For the straight type fitting, it can be removed with a hexagon wrench (width across flats:
0.079 inch (2 mm)) by inserting it until it touches the end and turning it 45 degrees in the counterclockwise direction. (When using a wrench, do not turn it more than 45 degrees by force as this will
damage the hexagon hole which is made of resin.)
2) Remove the filter element from the removed filter case, and mount a new filter element into the case.
3) Confirm that the gasket at the V-port assembly mounted part of the body is not displaced and that it
has no foreign matter stuck to it.
4) Insert the tab of the V-port assembly along the groove, and rotate it approx. 45 degrees in the
clockwise direction while pressing it gently until it stops. (Mount the filter case in the direction
specified in the figure. If it is mounted with the tab downwards, it will interfere with the floor when the
unit is installed on the floor.)
w e
Groove
Tab
q
Gasket
Filter element
Filter case
Vacuum port
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Series ZB
How to Order Replacement Parts
uSupply valve/i Release valve
Supply valve/release valve model
Table 1 Combination of the supply valve and the release valve
∗ The applicable supply valve specification varies depending on the nozzle size of the ejector.
∗ The symbols in the table correspond to the supply valves/release valves stated on the right.
Ejector
Supply valve/release
Symbol valve specifications
ZB03
ZB04
(1) ZB1 VQ110U
Pump system
ZB05
ZB06
(2) ZB1 VQ110L
ZB00
Supply valve Release valve Supply valve Release valve Supply valve Release valve Supply valve Release valve Supply valve Release valve Supply valve Release valve
K1
J1
Q1
Q2
N.C. N.C.
N.C. None
Latch N.C.
Latch None
(1)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(4)
(4)
(1)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(4)
(1)
(1)
(4)
(1)
(1)
(4)
(3)
(3)
(3) ZB1 VQ120U
(4)
(4) ZB1 VQ110
(4)
Rated voltage
5
6
Table 2 Connector assembly
Connector entry direction Note 1)
AXT661
Applicable valve
13A
6
10
20
30
11.8 (300)
23.6 (600)
39.4 (1000)
78.7 (2000)
118 (3000)
Table 3 Supply valve/release valve accessories
Supply valve/release valve model
ZB1-VQ110U-
ZB1-VQ110U-B
ZB1-VQ110L-
ZB1-VQ120U-
ZB1-VQ120U-B
ZB1-VQ110-
ZB1-VQ110-B
L
LO
M
MO
Lead wire length inch (mm)
Nil
(1), (3), (4)
(N.C.)
(2)
(Latching)
14A
Accessories
Mounting screw (M1.7 x 0.59 inch (15 mm)) 2 pcs.
Mounting screw (M1.7 x 0.87 inch (22 mm)) 2 pcs.
Mounting screw (M1.7 x 0.87 inch (22 mm)) 2 pcs.
Mounting screw (M1.7 x 0.59 inch (15 mm)) 2 pcs.
Mounting screw (M1.7 x 0.87 inch (22 mm)) 2 pcs.
Mounting screw (M1.7 x 0.59 inch (15 mm)) 2 pcs.
Mounting screw (M1.7 x 0.87 inch (22 mm)) 2 pcs.
L-type plug connector, with lead wire
L-type plug connector, without connector
M-type plug connector, with lead wire Note 2)
M-type plug connector, without connector Note 2)
Note 1) All with light and surge voltage suppressor.
Lead wire length is 11.8 inch (300 mm) for the models with lead wire.
For other lead wire length, select a model without connector and
include the connector assembly part number.
Note 2) M-type plug connector is not available with the model with
pressure sensor.
Manual override Note 3)
Nil
B
Non-locking push type
Locking type (Tool required), Semi-standard
Note 3) Only the push-locking type (no symbol) is available
for the latching type.
Note 4) Refer to Table 3 for the accessories.
!3 Pressure sensor assembly
ZB1 PS 1
o V-port assembly
ZB1
VPN3
24 VDC
12 VDC
A
Pressure sensor specifications
C2
A
One-touch fitting
C2
C4
N1
N3
L2
L4
LN1
LN3
0 to –14.6 psi (0 to –101 kPa), output: 1 to 5 V,
accuracy: ±2% F.S. or less
–14.5 to 14.5 psi (–100 to 100 kPa), output: 1 to 5 V,
3
accuracy: ±2% F.S. or less
1
Straight ø2 mm one-touch fitting
Straight ø4 mm one-touch fitting
Straight ø1/8" one-touch fitting
Straight ø5/32" one-touch fitting
Elbow ø2 mm one-touch fitting
Elbow ø4 mm one-touch fitting
Elbow ø1/8" one-touch fitting
Elbow ø5/32" one-touch fitting
Metric
size
∗ Lead wire length: 118 inch (3 m)
Mounting screw M2 x 1.18 inch
(30 mm) 2 pcs., O-ring 1 pc. are
included.
Inch
size
Metric
size
!4 Vacuum pressure switch assembly
ZB1 ZS
Inch
size
A M G
A
Lead wire with connector
!0 One-touch fitting (Purchasing order is available in units of 10 pieces.)
KJ H 04
Body type
H
L
Rated pressure range
E
C1
F
Port size
02
04
01
03
Straight
Elbow
ø2 mm one-touch fitting
ø4 mm one-touch fitting
ø1/8" one-touch fitting
ø5/32" one-touch fitting
Metric
size
Inch
size
0.0 to –14.6 psi
(0.0 to –101.0 kPa)
–14.5 to 14.5 psi
(–100.0 to 100 kPa)
Nil
G
Without lead wire with connector
With lead wire with connector
(Lead wire length: 78.7 inch (2 m))
Output specifications
A NPN open collector 2 outputs
B PNP open collector 2 outputs
∗ Body type: Only for the combination of the elbow type body and the ø4
mm one-touch fitting, add the suffix “-N” to the part number.
Unit specifications
KJL04-C1-N
Nil
!1 Filter element (10 pcs. in 1 set)
ZB1 FE3
A
∗ Nominal filtration rating using suction filter: 30 μm
!2 Sound absorbing material (10 pcs. in 1 set)
ZB1 SE1 A
M
P
With unit switching function Note 1)
SI unit only Note 2)
With unit switching function (Initial value psi) Note 1)
Note 1) The unit switching function is not
available in Japan due to a new
measurement law.
Note 2) Fixed unit: kPa
Mounting screw M2 x 1.18 inch
(30 mm) 2 pcs.,
O-ring 1 pc. are included.
∗ If only the lead wire with connector is required, order using the following part
number.
Part number of the lead wire with connector: ZS-39-5G
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Compact Vacuum Unit
Series ZB
Dimensions: Single Unit
(inch)
10
(inch)
K1 L(O)
ZB11
20 - Q1 M(O) -
21
Ejector/Vacuum pump system
Silencer exhaust, With supply valve/release valve,
Without sensor/switch
0.07
(11.8: Lead
wire length)
1.47
Supply
valve
Release
valve
EXH
0.394
2 x ø0.083
mounting hole
Exhaust port ∗2
0.445
1.697
1.52
0.05
0.185 ∗6
V
Vacuum pump system
ZB0020-K1-
Port open to atmosphere
PD
Supply
valve
Release
valve
A
2.88
B
0.394
0.287
Silencer cover (Detachable)
∗1 Without port for PV=PD specification
∗2 When this product is used as an ejector, do not
block the exhaust port when mounting.
When the product is mounted so that the exhaust
port side will be against a wall, use a spacer to
secure a clearance of at least 0.04 inch. (Refer to
page 17 for details.)
No exhaust port for pump system
∗3 The dotted line shows the configuration of the
latching type and the manual lock type.
∗4 The dotted line shows the manual lock type.
∗5 For L-type plug connector
∗6 For M-type plug connector
∗7 It has 3 lead wires for the latching type.
∗8 Refer to page 14 for the dimensions for the various
vacuum (V) ports.
(inch)
L(O)
J1
ZB10
11 - Q2 M(O) -
Ejector/Vacuum pump system
Silencer exhaust, With supply valve only,
Without sensor/switch
1.47
∗2
Supply valve
Vacuum break flow adjustment needle
Port open to atmosphere
Supply
valve
0.394
Exhaust port ∗1
0.445
V
0.05
0.185 ∗4
Port open to atmosphere
2.88
B
Air pressure SUP (PV) port
Vacuum pressure SUP
M5 thread depth 0.158
0.04
Supply
valve
0.287
Silencer cover (Detachable)
V
B
C2
C4
N1
N3
L2
L4
LN1
LN3
0.16
0.3
0.29
0.3
0.33
0.33
0.33
0.33
3.09
3.22
3.22
3.22
3.26
3.26
3.26
3.26
Exhaust port
against the wall
At least
0.04
0.2
Vacuum pump system
ZB0010-J1-
A
Vacuum (V) port ∗6
1.697
1.52
Port type
0.11
ZB11-J1-
2 x ø0.083
mounting hole
1.71 ∗3
1.47 ∗4
0.197
0.087
0.14
0.445
Ejector
1.535
(Fully open: 1.67)
0.22
Suction filter
0.031
Port open to atmosphere
EXH
Manual override
0.07
(11.8: Lead
wire length)
∗5
PV
At least
0.04
Suction filter
0.2
Release pressure SUP (PD) port ∗1
M5 thread depth 0.158
Air pressure SUP (PV) port
Vacuum pressure SUP
M5 thread depth 0.158
V
PV
3.09
3.22
3.22
3.22
3.26
3.26
3.26
3.26
Vacuum (V) port ∗8
0.04
PV
0.16
0.3
0.29
0.3
0.33
0.33
0.33
0.33
Exhaust port
against the wall
0.22
Port open to atmosphere
B
C2
C4
N1
N3
L2
L4
LN1
LN3
Release valve
1.535
(Fully open: 1.67)
ZB11-K1-
1.71 ∗5
1.47 ∗6
0.197
0.087
0.14
0.445
Ejector
PV
∗4
0.031
Port open to atmosphere
A
Vacuum break flow adjustment needle
∗3
Supply valve
0.11
∗7
Manual override
Port type
A
∗1 When this product is used as an ejector, do not
block the exhaust port when mounting.
When the product is mounted so that the exhaust
port side will be against a wall, use a spacer to
secure a clearance of at least 0.04 inch. (Refer to
page 17 for details.)
No exhaust port for pump system
∗2 The dotted line shows the configuration of the
latching type and the manual lock type.
∗3 For L-type plug connector
∗4 For M-type plug connector
∗5 It has 3 lead wires for the latching type.
∗6 Refer to page 14 for the dimensions for the various
vacuum (V) ports.
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Series ZB
Dimensions: Single Unit
(inch)
10
(inch)
K1
1
ZB11
20 - Q1 L(O)-P 3 -
21
Ejector/Vacuum pump system
Silencer exhaust,
With supply valve/release valve,
With pressure sensor
0.07
2.024
Supply
valve ∗6
Vacuum break flow adjustment needle
∗4
ZB0020-K1L(O)-P -
1
3
Supply
valve
Release
valve
Pressure sensor
A
10
Exhaust port
E
K1
ZB11
20 - Q1 L(O)- F -
3.65
3.78
3.78
3.78
3.81
3.81
3.81
3.81
0.22
At least
0.04
Vacuum (V) port ∗5
(inch)
Manual override
Ejector/Vacuum pump system
Silencer exhaust,
With supply valve/release valve,
With vacuum pressure switch
0.07
21
(1.18)
Output (OUT2) display (Red)
(0.47)
0.165
2.41
(0.3)
Connector terminal
0.16
0.3
0.29
0.3
0.33
0.33
0.33
0.33
∗1 Without port for PV=PD specification
∗2 When this product is used as an ejector, do not
block the exhaust port when mounting.
When the product is mounted so that the exhaust
port side will be against a wall, use a spacer to
secure a clearance of at least 0.04 inch. (Refer to
page 17 for details.)
No exhaust port for pump system
∗3 The dotted line shows the configuration of the
latching type and the manual lock type.
∗4 The dotted line shows the manual lock type.
∗5 Refer to page 14 for the dimensions for the various
vacuum (V) ports.
∗6 For the unit with pressure sensor, M-type plug
connector cannot be selected.
∗2
Release pressure SUP (PD) port ∗1
M5 thread depth 0.158
Air pressure SUP (PV) port
Vacuum pressure SUP
Silencer cover
M5 thread depth 0.158
(Detachable)
0.894 0.394
V
1.535
(Fully open: 1.67)
1.71
Suction filter
0.04
PD
1.697
3.484
Port open to atmosphere
Port open to atmosphere
PV
1.05
0.394
B
Vacuum pump system
B
C2
C4
N1
N3
L2
L4
LN1
LN3
Exhaust port
against the wall
Supply valve ∗6
Vacuum break flow adjustment needle
Output (OUT1) display (Green)
∗3
S button (SET)
Release valve
∗4
(11.8: Lead wire length)
V
0.11
Pressure sensor
0.197
EXH
Release
valve
PD
1.5
Supply
valve
PV
2 x ø0.083
mounting hole
(118: Lead wire length)
ZB21-Q1L(O)-P13 -
Port open to atmosphere
Release valve
A
∗3
0.031
Ejector
(11.8: Lead wire length)
Manual override
Port type
Port type
A
B
C2
C4
N1
N3
L2
L4
LN1
LN3
0.16
0.3
0.29
0.3
0.33
0.33
0.33
0.33
4.08
4.21
4.21
4.21
4.25
4.24
4.24
4.24
Exhaust port
against the wall
2.394
button (DOWN)
2 x ø0.083
mounting hole
Ejector
PV
PD
Supply
valve
EXH
Release
valve
Vacuum pump system
ZB0020-K1L(O)- -
E
F
Port open to atmosphere
Supply
valve
Release
valve
Vacuum pressure switch
11
1.697
3.87
0.394
V
At least
0.04
Suction filter
A
Vacuum (V) port ∗5
B
Exhaust port ∗2
Silencer cover (Detachable)
Release pressure SUP (PD) port ∗1
M5 thread depth 0.158
Air pressure SUP (PV) port
Vacuum pressure SUP
M5 thread depth 0.158
1.28
0.394
0.04
PD
1.437
0.05
Port open to atmosphere
Vacuum pressure switch V
PV
0.031
0.252
0.11
Port open to atmosphere
0.197
ZB21-Q1L(O)- EF-
0.22
button (UP)
1.535
(Fully open: 1.67)
1.71
LED display
∗1 Without port for PV=PD specification
∗2 When this product is used as an ejector, do not
block the exhaust port when mounting.
When the product is mounted so that the exhaust
port side will be against a wall, use a spacer to
secure a clearance of at least 0.04 inch. (Refer to
page 17 for details.)
No exhaust port for pump system
∗3 The dotted line shows the configuration of the
latching type and the manual lock type.
∗4 The dotted line shows the manual lock type.
∗5 Refer to page 14 for the dimensions for the various
vacuum (V) ports.
∗6 For the unit with vacuum pressure switch, M-type
plug connector cannot be selected.
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Series ZB
Compact Vacuum Unit
Dimensions: Manifold
(inch)
2 x ø0.126
mounting hole
Air pressure SUP (PV) port
2 x 1/8, M5 thread depth 0.197
L1
L2
0.05
0.146
Supply valve
Port open to
atmosphere
1.42
0.52
Ejector
Silencer exhaust,
With supply valve/release valve,
Without sensor/switch,
PV, PD common port (PV = PD)
Vacuum break flow
adjustment needle
2.88
B
0.236
0.228
ZZB- 01
M5
K1 L(O)
∗ZB31- Q1
M(O) -
Manual override
Release valve
A
Exhaust
D side
Ejector/Manifold
Stations
1
2
3
4
n
1.1
U side
1.28
ZZB-
∗ZB31-K1-
1.535 (Fully open: 1.67)
n U side
Supply
valve
EXH
Release
valve
EXH
Release
valve
V
Vacuum (V) port∗
0.571
V
(inch)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1.14 1.54 1.94 2.35 2.75 3.15 3.55 3.95 4.35 4.76 5.16 5.56
0.85 1.25 1.65 2.06 2.46 2.86 3.26 3.66 4.06 4.46 4.87 5.27
∗ Refer to page 14 for the dimensions
for the various vacuum (V) ports.
ZZB-S 01
M5 M5
0 K1
∗ZB31 - Q1L(O)-P13 -
n U side
Supply
valve
Release
valve
PV
PD
Port open to atmosphere
Supply
valve
Release
valve
EXH
V
B
Pressure sensor
Port open to atmosphere
Vacuum break flow
adjustment needle
EXH
Release valve
Manual override
Exhaust
A
V
ZZB-SM5 ∗ZB0030-K1L(O)-P13 -
n U side
Port open to atmosphere
Stations
1
2
3
4
5
4
6
7
0.22
8
9
n
U side
Vacuum (V) port∗
0.571
V
(inch)
n
3
(11.8: Lead wire length)
Supply
valve
Release
valve
V
L1
L2
2
Pressure sensor
PV
PD
Port open to atmosphere
Supply
valve
Release
valve
L
1
0.504
PV
PD
D side
0.457
1
Pressure sensor
1.50
Supply valve
Vacuum pump system/Manifold
D side Stations
3.09
3.22
3.22
3.22
3.26
3.26
3.26
3.26
Release pressure
SUP (PD) port
2 x M5 thread depth 0.197
3.484
1
Port open to atmosphere
0.16
0.3
0.29
0.3
0.33
0.33
0.33
0.33
0.236
2.024
ZZB-SM5 ∗ZB31-Q1L(O)-P13-
PV
PD
C2
C4
N1
N3
L2
L4
LN1
LN3
(118: Lead wire length)
L1
L2
0.146
1.1
Ejector/Manifold
Pressure sensor
B
Air pressure SUP (PV) port
Vacuum pressure SUP
2 x 1/8, M5 thread depth 0.197
2 x ø0.126
Ejector/Vacuum pump system
mounting hole
Silencer exhaust, With supply valve/release valve,
With pressure sensor, PV, PD individual port (PV ≠ PD)
D side Stations
A
0.228
L1
L2
0.402
(n–1) x 0.402
Port type
0.72
n
L
1.71
(inch)
0.457
Supply
valve
(11.8: Lead wire length)
PV
Port open to atmosphere
Port open to atmosphere
0.22
PV
1.47
1
0.504
D side Stations
10
11
0.402
(n–1) x 0.402
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1.14 1.54 1.94 2.35 2.75 3.15 3.55 3.95 4.35 4.76 5.16 5.56
0.85 1.25 1.65 2.06 2.46 2.86 3.26 3.66 4.06 4.46 4.87 5.27
∗ Refer to page 14 for the dimensions
for the various vacuum (V) ports.
1.1
1.28
1.535 (Fully open: 1.67)
1.71
(inch)
Port type
A
B
C2
C4
N1
N3
L2
L4
LN1
LN3
0.16
0.3
0.29
0.3
0.33
0.33
0.33
0.33
3.65
3.73
3.73
3.73
3.81
3.81
3.81
3.81
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Series ZB
Dimensions: Manifold
(inch)
ZZB-S 01
M5 M5
0 K1
∗ZB3 1 - Q1L(O) - EF -
2 x ø0.126 mounting hole
C
(1.18)
(0.47)
L1
L2
0.146
0.05
0.165
Air pressure SUP (PV) port
Vacuum pressure SUP
2 x 1/8, M5 thread depth 0.197
2.394
0.236
(0.3)
Output (OUT1)
display (Green)
B
Output (OUT2)
display (Red)
Supply valve
Vacuum break flow
adjustment needle
3.87
C
Connector terminal
LED display
S button (SET)
0.72
2.41
1.51
0.228
Ejector/Vacuum pump system
Silencer exhaust,
With supply valve/release valve,
With vacuum pressure switch,
PV, PD individual port (PV ≠ PD)
Release pressure
SUP (PD) port
2 x M5 thread
depth 0.197
Release valve
button (UP)
Port open to
atmosphere
Manual override
button (DOWN)
A
Exhaust
D side
Stations
1
2
3
4
n
U side
(11.8: Lead wire length)
1.1
1.28
1.535 (Fully open: 1.67)
1.71
0.252
(inch)
0.394
0.457
0.504
0.22
Vacuum (V) port∗
0.571
∗ Refer to page 14 for the dimensions for the
various vacuum (V) ports.
0.402
(n–1) x 0.402
Ejector/Manifold
Vacuum pump system/Manifold
ZZB-SM5
∗ZB31-Q1L(O)- EF -
ZZB-SM5
∗ZB0030-K1L(O)- EF-
D side Stations
1
n U side
Vacuum pressure switch
Port open to atmosphere
B
C2
C4
N1
N3
L2
L4
LN1
LN3
0.16
0.3
0.29
0.3
0.33
0.33
0.33
0.33
4.08
4.21
4.21
4.21
4.25
4.24
4.24
4.24
Vacuum pressure switch
PV
PD
PV
PD
A
n U side
Vacuum pressure switch
PV
PD
Port open to atmosphere
1
D side Stations
Vacuum pressure switch
Port type
Port open to atmosphere
PV
PD
Port open to atmosphere
Supply
valve
Supply
valve
Supply
valve
Supply
valve
Release
valve
Release
valve
Release
valve
Release
valve
V
V
V
V
(inch)
n
L
L1
L2
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1.14
0.85
1.54
1.25
1.94
1.65
2.35
2.06
2.75
2.46
3.15
2.86
3.55
3.26
3.95
3.66
4.35
4.06
4.76
4.46
5.16
4.87
5.56
5.27
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Compact Vacuum Unit
Series ZB
Dimensions
(inch)
V-port dimensions
Straight type
C4: Straight
ø2mm one-touch fitting
Applicable tube O.D.: ø2 mm
ø4 mm one-touch fitting
0.083
C2: Straight
0.134
Common dimensions of the individual EXH port
1
ZB 23 2-
Applicable tube O.D.: ø4 mm
0.05
0.346
0.161
1.217
0.86
0.295
0.342
0.508
1.646
N1: Straight
Exhaust (EXH) port
M5 thread depth 0.158
N3: Straight
ø1/8" one-touch fitting
Applicable tube O.D.: ø1/8"
ø5/32" one-touch fitting
Applicable tube O.D.: ø5/32"
Bracket mounting dimensions for single unit
Bracket part number for single unit: ZB1-BK1-A
∗ Mounting screw (M2 x 0.55 inch, with washer) 2 pcs.,
M2 nut 2 pcs. included
0.295
0.508
0.079
0.945
ø0.138
0.433
0.138
1.157
0.92
Elbow type
L2: Elbow
L4: Elbow
ø2 mm one-touch fitting
0.394 0.039
0.291
0.5
Mounting the right side
of the unit to the outside
ø4 mm one-touch fitting
(0.05)
0.181
0.331
0.327
LN3: Elbow
0.63
0.85
0.327
1.496
0.039
0.181
0.181
0.327
Mounting the left side
of the unit to the inside
0.394
Applicable tube O.D.: ø5/32"
0.787
0.5
Applicable tube O.D.: ø1/8"
ø5/32" one-touch fitting
0.5
ø1/8" one-touch fitting
0.787
LN1: Elbow
0.787
0.394 0.039
1.496
0.213
0.039
0.85
0.63
0.5
0.37
0.343
Applicable tube
O.D.: ø2 mm
0.788
Applicable tube
O.D.: ø4 mm
(0.56)
0.138
ø0.138
0.92
1.157
0.94
0.079
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Series ZB
Specific Product Precautions 1
Be sure to read the below before handling. Refer to page 20 for Safety Instructions.
For Vacuum Equipment Precautions, refer to “Handling Precautions for SMC Products” (M-E03-3) and Operation Manual.
The Operation Manual can be downloaded from the SMC website: http://www.smcworld.com/
Supply Valve/Release Valve
How to Use the Supply Valve/Release Valve Plug Connector
Caution
Caution
Wiring Specifications
Latching
Operation
Indicator light
A-C ON (Set)
Generates vacuum.
Orange
B-C ON (Reset)
Stops generation of vacuum.
Green
N.C.
Operation
Indicator light
A-C ON
Generates vacuum.
Orange
OFF
Stops generation of vacuum.
—
Wiring should be connected as shown below. Connect with the
power supply respectively.
• N.C.
A
• Latching type (DC positive common)
Lead wire colors
SOL.
A
C
B
Set
(–) Black
COM.
(+) Red
Reset
(–) White
Light/Surge Voltage Suppressor of the Supply Valve/Release Valve
Caution
In the latching type, the set side and the reset side
energization are indicated by two colors – orange and
green.
∗( ) and the dotted lines indicate the latching and large flow type.
M-type plug connector
L-type plug connector
Indicator light
ON
(Set: Orange)
(Reset: Green Note))
2. Avoid energizing the supply valve/release valve for
long periods of time.
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(+) Red
C
If the supply valve is latching type, continuous energization is not
necessary because it maintains the switching position with
momentary energization for at least 10 msec. Depending on the
conditions, continuous energizing may cause operation failure
such as ON operation failure due to operation voltage increase
due to coil temperature rise.
When continuous energizing is necessary, the energizing time
shall be 10 minutes or shorter. Before the next operation, the
solenoid shall be de-energized (both A side and B side OFF) for
longer than the energized time. Duty ratio shall be 50% or less.
If a supply valve/release valve is energized for a long period of
time, the coil will get hot and the performance may be reduced.
Additionally, the peripheral equipment in close proximity may also
be badly affected. Use a latching-type supply valve when the
supply valve/release valve is energized continuously or when the
duration of the energization is longer than the non-energized
period each day so that periods of energization can be shortened.
But, do not energize the coil on both A and B sides simultaneously when using the latching type.
Continuous energization of the supply valve/release valve shall be
10 minutes or shorter in duration and the energization period shall
be shorter than the non-energized period. Duty ratio shall be 50%
or less.
Take measures for any heat radiation so that the temperature is
within the range of supply valve/release valve general specifications when the valve is mounted on the control panel. Please pay
special attention to any temperature increases when a manifold
type with 3 stations or more is energized continuously or when 3
individual units are placed in close proximity.
Lead wire colors
(–) Black
SOL.
Indicator light
ON
(Set: Orange)
(Reset: Green Note))
Note) In case of the latching type
• N.C.
A (–)
SOL.
C (+)
• Latching type (DC positive common)
A (–) Set
C (+) COM.
B (–) Reset
Simultaneous energization
protection circuit
Our latching-type solenoids are fitted with a self-detaining mechanism. Its construction features an armature inside the solenoid
which is set or reset using spontaneous energization (10 ms or
greater). Therefore, continuous energization is not required.
<Special care must be taken for the latching type.>
1. Avoid using this product with a circuit which electrifies both the
set and reset signals simultaneously.
2.The minimum energization time required for self-detaining is 10
ms.
3. Contact SMC when using this product in locations where there
are vibration levels of 98 ft/s2 (30 m/s2) or above or highly
magnetic fields. No problems arise in normal usage or
locations.
4. This supply valve retains the reset position (stops generation of
vacuum) at the time of shipment. However, it may
alter to the set position during transportation or due to vibration
when mounting the supply valve. Therefore, confirm the home
position either manually or with power supply prior to use.
Simultaneous
energization
protection circuit
1. How to use the latching-type supply valve
SOL.
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Series ZB
Specific Product Precautions 2
Be sure to read the below before handling. Refer to page 20 for Safety Instructions.
For Vacuum Equipment Precautions, refer to “Handling Precautions for SMC Products” (M-E03-3) and Operation
Manual. The Operation Manual can be downloaded from the SMC website: http://www.smcworld.com/
Handling of the V-Port Assembly
Caution
1. The construction of the V-port assembly is such that it
can be attached or detached at a touch.
When mounting or removing, turn
the case completely until it
reaches the position where it
cannot
turn
any
further.
Otherwise, the V port may come
off or be damaged.
2. If it is mounted on the floor, remove the manifold base
once from the installation position and lift the body to
perform mounting and removal work so that the
mounting and removal work can be performed more
easily.
3. If the one-touch fitting is the straight type, a hexagon
wrench (width across flats: 0.079 inch (2 mm)) can be
used.
The hexagon hole is resin, so it can be broken if excess torque is
applied. Do not apply torque of 1.33 in·Ib (0.15 N·m) or more. Do
not apply any more torque when it reaches the position where it
cannot be turned further.
4. When inserting or removing a tube into or out of the
one-touch fitting, hold the one-touch fitting body with
your fingers.
Otherwise, excessive force
applied to the V-port assembly or one-touch fitting
assembly,
causing
air
leakage or damage, etc.
Piping to the Manifold Base
Caution
1. For the PV port of the manifold base, use a fitting
whose maximum bore size of the outside dimension is
smaller than ø0.47 inch (ø12 mm).
Otherwise, the exterior of the fitting will interfere with the manifold
base installation face.
Recommended fittings: KQ2S06-01S, KQ2S04-01S,
KJS06-01S
2. When mounting or
removing the fittings,
etc. to and from the
manifold base, hold the
manifold base with a
wrench.
If the ejector/vacuum pump
system is held, it may cause
air leakage or damage to the
product.
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3. The tightening torque for each thread is shown below.
• 1/8 (PV port): 61.95 to 79.65 in·Ib (7 to 9 N·m)
• M5 (PV, PD port): After tightening by hand, increase the tightening by about 1/6 turn with a tightening tool.
Ejector Exhaust
Caution
1. The exhaust resistance should be as small as possible
to obtain the full ejector performance.
There should be no shield around the exhaust port for the
silencer exhaust specification. For the port exhaust specification, the back pressure increase should be 0.7 psi (0.005 MPa
(5 kPa)) at maximum, as exhaust resistance is generated with
some piping bore sizes and piping lengths. As a guide, keep the
length not more than 39.4 inch (1000 mm) when the tube inside
diameter is 4.
2. If the sound absorbing material is clogged, it will cause
a reduction in the ejector performance.
Especially if load is applied
in the bending direction
against the axial direction of
the filter case, the case may
be broken.
Operating Supply Pressure
Caution
1. Use the product within the specified supply pressure
range.
Operation over the specified supply pressure range can cause
damage to the product. Especially for the vacuum pump system
with the adsorption nozzle, the pressure inside the product can
increase due to the release pressure. Use the proper pressure
and make sure that the adsorption part is not clogged.
In particular, if it is used in a dusty environment, not only the
suction filter, but also the silencer can be clogged. It is recommended to replace the sound absorbing material periodically
referring to the figure below.
mark
Replacement Procedure
Notch
1) Turn the body upside down.
Part A
Apply a watchmaker’s screwdriver or your finger to the notch, Silencer cover
Sound
and slide the silencer cover in the
absorbing
direction indicated by the mark.
material
2) It makes a click sound and the
hook is disconnected. Put your
nail to the part A and remove the
cover.
3) Catch the sound absorbing
material and pull it out using a
watchmaker’s screwdriver.
4) Insert a new sound absorbing
material, and mount the cover by
the reverse procedure of the
disassembly
procedure
for
reassembly. (Refer to page 8 for
the replacement parts number.)
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Series ZB
Specific Product Precautions 3
Be sure to read the below before handling. Refer to page 20 for Safety Instructions.
For Vacuum Equipment Precautions, refer to “Handling Precautions for SMC Products”
(M-E03-3) and Operation Manual. The Operation Manual can be downloaded from the
SMC website: http://www.smcworld.com/
Filter Case
Single Unit
Caution
Warning
1. Do not block the exhaust port of the ejector when the
single unit ejector is mounted.
When the product is mounted so that the exhaust port side will be
against a wall, use a spacer to secure a clearance of at least
0.039 inch (1 mm). (Fig. 1)
For the single unit, PV port and PD port are oriented downward.
When it is installed on a working table, use a bracket for single
unit (Fig. 2) or secure a space for piping underneath the ports.
(Fig. 3)
Bracket part number for single unit: ZB1-BK1-A
∗ Two mounting screws (M2 x 0.55 inch (14 mm), with washer)
and two M2 nuts are included.
Recommended fittings: KJH04-M5, KJL04-M5, KJW04-M5
0.14
A
At least
0.04
V port
V port
1. The suction filter case is made using a special clear
nylon. Do not use it in an atmosphere where it may
come in contact with alcohol or other chemical agents.
Manifold
Caution
1. When increasing or decreasing the number of manifold
stations, order the manifold base (q) exclusive for the
required number of stations and the required number
of single units of the body type 3 valve (w).
Refer to “How to Order” (pages from 1 to 3) for the part numbers
for placing an order. The part number for the manifold base is
different between the sensor/switch non-mountable base and
sensor/switch mountable base.
When mounting, check that none of the gaskets, etc. is missing,
and tighten the screws to the specified torque shown below.
If the tightening torque is exceeded, the body can be broken.
A
Proper tightening torque in·Ib (N·m)
Spacer
(Flat washer,
etc.)
0.087
Spacer
(Flat washer,
etc.)
1.52
0.2
Fig. 1
Exhaust port
[inch]
0.66 to 0.85 (0.075 to 0.096)
w
q
Gasket
Recommended fittings when using a bracket for single unit
Mounting screw (M2)
(0.42)
0.63
KJL04-M5
For the manifold with pressure sensor/vacuum
pressure switch, order the manifold base (q) exclusive
for the required number of stations and the
required number of single units of the body type 3
valve (w), pressure sensor (e) or vacuum pressure
switch (r).
PV port
PD port
Fig. 2
In this case, the pressure sensor/vacuum pressure switch is
tightened together with the single unit (w). (Refer to the figure
below.)
[inch]
e
KJH04-M5
q
w
r
(0.894)
(0.42)
(0.547)
Recommended fittings when the unit is mounted on the wall
and the ports released to the atmosphere at the bottom
KJL04-M5
Vacuum exhaust port
(Pressure sensor/
Vacuum pressure switch mountable)
KJW04-M5
Fig. 3
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[inch]
Take care not to drop the O-ring when mounting (e) and (r).
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Series ZB
Specific Product Precautions 4
Be sure to read the below before handling. Refer to page 20 for Safety Instructions.
For Vacuum Equipment Precautions, refer to “Handling Precautions for SMC Products”
(M-E03-3) and Operation Manual. The Operation Manual can be downloaded from the
SMC website: http://www.smcworld.com/
Vacuum Break Flow Adjustment Needle
How to Use Vacuum Pressure Switch Assembly
Handling
Caution
1. The flow-rate characteristics show the representative
values of the product itself.
They may change depending on piping, circuit and pressure
conditions, etc. The flow-rate characteristics and the number of
rotations of the needle vary due to the range of the specifications
of the product.
2. The needle has a retaining mechanism, so it will not
turn further when it reaches the rotation stop position.
Turning the needle too far may cause damage.
3. Do not tighten the handle with tools such as nippers.
This can result in breakage due to idle turning.
How to Use Pressure Sensor Assembly
Handling
Caution
1. Do not drop, bump or apply excessive impact 330 ft/s2
(100 m/s2) when handling. Even if the sensor body is
not damaged, the sensor may suffer internal damage
that will lead to malfunction.
2. The tensile strength of the power cord is 8 Ibf (35 N),
and pulling it with a greater force can cause failure.
Hold the body when handling the product.
3. Do not allow repeated bending or stretching forces to
be applied to lead wires. Wiring arrangements in which
repeated bending stress or stretching force is applied
to the lead wires can cause broken wires. If the lead
wire can move, attach it near the body of the product.
The recommended bending radius of the lead wire is 6
times the outside diameter of the sheath, or 33 times
the outside diameter of the insulation material,
whichever is larger.
Caution
Connection
1. Do not drop, bump or apply excessive impact (3200
ft/s2 (980 m/s2)) when handling. Even if the switch body
is not damaged, the switch may suffer internal damage
that will lead to malfunction.
2. The tensile strength of the power cord is within 11 Ibf
(50 N), and pulling it with a greater force can cause
failure. Hold the body when handling the product.
3. Refer to the Operation Manual of the pressure sensor
PSE540 series for how to connect the connectors for
sensor.
Environment
Caution
Caution
1. Incorrect wiring can cause the switch to be damaged
or malfunction. Connections should only be made
when the power supply is turned off.
2. Do not attempt to insert or pull out the connector from
the switch while the power is on. Otherwise, it may
cause switch output malfunction.
3. Malfunctions stemming from noise may occur if the
wire is installed in the same route as that of power or
high-voltage cable. Wire the switch independently.
4. Be sure to connect the ground terminal F.G. to ground
when using a commercially available switch-mode
power supply.
1. The use of resin piping can cause static electricity to be generated, depending on the fluid. Therefore, when connecting this
switch/sensor, take appropriate measures against static electricity
at the equipment side to which this product is mounted, and
separate the grounding for the product from the grounding for any
equipment which generates a strong electromagnetic noise or
high frequency.
Otherwise, static electricity can break the switch/sensor.
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Series ZB
Specific Product Precautions 5
Be sure to read the below before handling. Refer to page 20 for Safety Instructions.
For Vacuum Equipment Precautions, refer to “Handling Precautions for SMC Products”
(M-E03-3) and Operation Manual. The Operation Manual can be downloaded from the
SMC website: http://www.smcworld.com/
How to Use Vacuum Pressure Switch Assembly
Environment
Assembling/Removing Connectors
Warning
Caution
1. The structure of pressure switches is not intended to
prevent explosion. Never use in an atmosphere of
flammable gas or explosive gas.
Caution
• When assembling the connector to the switch housing, push the
connector straight onto the pins until the level locks into the
housing slot.
• When removing the connector from the switch housing, push the
section A (lever) down with your thumb to unlock it from the slot
and then withdraw the connector straight off of the pins.
1. The product is CE marked, but not immune to lightning
strikes. Take measures against lightning strikes in
your system.
2. Do not use the switches in locations where static
electricity would be problematic; it may result in
system failure and trouble.
Section A (Lever)
• Do not attempt to insert or pull out the connector from the switch
while the power is on. Otherwise, it may cause switch output
malfunction.
Set Pressure Range and Rated Pressure Range
Caution
Set the pressure to a value within the rated pressure range.
Set pressure range is the range within which the pressure can be set.
Rated pressure range is the pressure range within which the specifications of the switch (accuracy, linearity, etc.) can be satisfied.
Values outside of this range can be set as long as they are within the set pressure range, but the specifications cannot be guaranteed.
Switch
For
ZB1-ZSE
vacuum
For
compound ZB1-ZSF
pressure
–14.5 psi (–100 kPa)
–14.6 psi
(–101 kPa)
–15.2 psi
(–105 kPa)
–14.5 psi
(–100 kPa)
–15.2 psi
(–105 kPa)
0
Pressure range
14.5 psi (100 kPa)
72.5 psi (500 kPa)
145 psi (1 MPa)
0
1.45 psi
(10 kPa)
14.5 psi
(100 kPa)
15.2 psi
(105 kPa)
Rated pressure range of switch
Set pressure range of switch
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Safety Instructions
Caution:
Warning:
Danger :
These safety instructions are intended to prevent hazardous situations and/or
equipment damage. These instructions indicate the level of potential hazard with
the labels of “Caution,” “Warning” or “Danger.” They are all important notes for
safety and must be followed in addition to International Standards (ISO/IEC)∗1),
and other safety regulations.
Caution indicates a hazard with a low level of risk
which, if not avoided, could result in minor or
moderate injury.
Warning indicates a hazard with a medium level of
risk which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
∗1) ISO 4414: Pneumatic fluid power – General rules relating to systems.
ISO 4413: Hydraulic fluid power – General rules relating to systems.
IEC 60204-1: Safety of machinery – Electrical equipment of machines.
(Part 1: General requirements)
ISO 10218-1: Manipulating industrial robots - Safety.
etc.
Danger indicates a hazard with a high level of risk
which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious
injury.
Warning
1. The compatibility of the product is the responsibility of the
person who designs the equipment or decides its
specifications.
Since the product specified here is used under various operating
conditions, its compatibility with specific equipment must be decided by
the person who designs the equipment or decides its specifications
based on necessary analysis and test results. The expected performance
and safety assurance of the equipment will be the responsibility of the
person who has determined its compatibility with the product. This person
should also continuously review all specifications of the product referring
to its latest catalog information, with a view to giving due consideration to
any possibility of equipment failure when configuring the equipment.
2. Only personnel with appropriate training should operate
machinery and equipment.
The product specified here may become unsafe if handled incorrectly.
The assembly, operation and maintenance of machines or equipment
including our products must be performed by an operator who is
appropriately trained and experienced.
3. Do not service or attempt to remove product and
machinery/equipment until safety is confirmed.
1. The inspection and maintenance of machinery/equipment should only
be performed after measures to prevent falling or runaway of the
driven objects have been confirmed.
2. When the product is to be removed, confirm that the safety measures
as mentioned above are implemented and the power from any
appropriate source is cut, and read and understand the specific
product precautions of all relevant products carefully.
3. Before machinery/equipment is restarted, take measures to prevent
unexpected operation and malfunction.
4. Contact SMC beforehand and take special consideration of
safety measures if the product is to be used in any of the
following conditions.
1. Conditions and environments outside of the given specifications, or use
outdoors or in a place exposed to direct sunlight.
2. Installation on equipment in conjunction with atomic energy, railways,
air navigation, space, shipping, vehicles, military, medical treatment,
combustion and recreation, or equipment in contact with food and
beverages, emergency stop circuits, clutch and brake circuits in press
applications, safety equipment or other applications unsuitable for the
standard specifications described in the product catalog.
3. An application which could have negative effects on people, property,
or animals requiring special safety analysis.
4. Use in an interlock circuit, which requires the provision of double
interlock for possible failure by using a mechanical protective function,
and periodical checks to confirm proper operation.
Caution
1. The product is provided for use in manufacturing industries.
The product herein described is basically provided for peaceful use in
manufacturing industries.
If considering using the product in other industries, consult SMC
beforehand and exchange specifications or a contract if necessary.
If anything is unclear, contact your nearest sales branch.
Limited warranty and Disclaimer/
Compliance Requirements
The product used is subject to the following “Limited warranty and
Disclaimer” and “Compliance Requirements”.
Read and accept them before using the product.
Limited warranty and Disclaimer
1. The warranty period of the product is 1 year in service or 1.5
years after the product is delivered.∗2)
Also, the product may have specified durability, running distance or
replacement parts. Please consult your nearest sales branch.
2. For any failure or damage reported within the warranty period which is
clearly our responsibility, a replacement product or necessary parts will
be provided.
This limited warranty applies only to our product independently, and not
to any other damage incurred due to the failure of the product.
3. Prior to using SMC products, please read and understand the warranty
terms and disclaimers noted in the specified catalog for the particular
products.
∗2) Vacuum pads are excluded from this 1 year warranty.
A vacuum pad is a consumable part, so it is warranted for a year after it is
delivered.
Also, even within the warranty period, the wear of a product due to the use of
the vacuum pad or failure due to the deterioration of rubber material are not
covered by the limited warranty.
Compliance Requirements
1. The use of SMC products with production equipment for the manufacture of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) or any other weapon is
strictly prohibited.
2. The exports of SMC products or technology from one country to
another are governed by the relevant security laws and regulations of
the countries involved in the transaction. Prior to the shipment of a
SMC product to another country, assure that all local rules governing
that export are known and followed.
Safety Instructions Be sure to read “Handling Precautions for SMC Products” (M-E03-3) before using.
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