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Contents Profile series A1 Micropulse AT Transducers
Micropulse AT
Transducers
Contents
Profile series A1
AT.2
General data
Profile series A1
AT.4 Digital pulse
interface P11_
AT.6 Analog interface
Profile series A1
AT.8 Operating modes
AT.9 Analog interface
Profile series A1
AT.10 Accessories
Profile series A1
AT
BTL
General
Data Profile
series A1
Digital pulse
interface P11_
Analog
interface
Profile
series A1
Modes
Analog
interface
Profile
series A1
Accessories
Profile
series A1
AT.1
Micropulse AT
Transducers
General data
Profile series A1
Easy and flexible installation
Micropulse Transducers –
a non-contact
alternative to contacting
feedback devices
Balluff Micropulse AT
transducers in profile
housings are a non-contact
alternative to wear-prone
potentiometers while offering
a higher degree of protection
and ease of installation.
The linear sensing element is
protected in an aluminum
extrusion.
The measuring point along
the sensing element (waveguide) is indicated by a
passive marker (magnet),
which needs no power.
Measuring stroke ranges
between 50 and 1500 mm
are available.
From optional to
standard
Micropulse transducers
have long been standard
in the plastics machinery
industry on high-precision
machines and offered on
standard machines as a
non-contact option to
potentiometric systems.
All that has stood in the way
of wide standard use has
until now been the
comparatively high price.
The Micropulse AT has been
designed in cooperation
with development engineers
– non-contact detection
of the actual position
– IP 67, insensitive
to contamination
– wear-free
– insensitive to shock and
vibration
– absolute output signal
– direct signal processing
or through processor
cards for interfacing with
any control system or
stand-alone operation
from the plastics machinery
industry and represents a
system that is competitively
priced and meets all the
technical demands of the
industry.
With the introduction of
Micropulse AT transducers,
downtimes can be reduced
to a minimum not just on
high-end specialty machines,
but even in standard
production models.
This product is certified in
accordance with File No. E227256
Micropulse AT – specifically designed for
use in injection molding machines
AT.2
Micropulse AT
Transducers
Series
General data
Profile series A1
BTL6 Profile A1
Transducer with floating magnet, S115 connection with BKS-S115/BKS-S116 connector
for transducers with analog interface and digital pulse interface Page AT.4...AT.6
Nominal stroke
AT
BTL
General
data Profil
series A1
Digital pulse
interface P11_
Installation length
Ordering code
BTL6-_ _ _-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
BTL6-A301-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
Shock load
Vibration
Polarity reversal protected
Overvoltage protection
Enclosure rating per IEC 60529
Housing material
Housing attachment
Connection type
EMC testing:
RF emission
Static electricity (ESD)
Electromagnetic fields (RFI)
Fast transients (BURST)
Line-carried noise,
induced by high-frequency fields
50 g/6 ms per IEC 60068-2-27
12 g, 10...2000 Hz per IEC 60068-2-6
yes
yes
IP 67 (with BKS-S... IP 67 connector attached)
Anodized aluminum
Mounting clamps
Connector M12, 8-pin standard
Analog
interface
Profile
series A1
Modes
Analog
interface
Profile
series A1
Accessories
Profile
series A1
▼
EN 55011 Group 1, Class A+B
IEC 61000-4-2 Severity Level 3
IEC 61000-4-3 Severity Level 3
IEC 61000-4-4 Severity Level 3
IEC 61000-4-6 Severity Level 3
IEC 61000-4-8 Severity Level 4
Included:
– Transducers (select your interface
from page AT.5 to AT.9)
– Short user's guide
Please order separately:
Magnets page AT.10
Mounting clamps/cuff page AT.10
Connectors page BKS
BKS.8
Mounting cuff
page AT.10
BKS
Page BKS.8
Magnets
page AT.10
www.balluff.com
Mounting clamps
page AT.10
AT.3
Micropulse AT
Transducers
Digital pulse interface P11_
Profile series A1
P110-Interface
P110 replaces P1 and M1
In the "P" interface the falling
edges and in the "M"
Compatible with BTA
Based on differing
interface the rising edges are
processors and various OEM philosophies, two controller- processed.
controls, e.g. Siemens,
specific interfaces have been To reduce the amount of
B & R, Bosch, Phoenix
established for the digital
part numbers, the
Contact, Mitsubishi,
pulse versions.
"P110 interface" has been
Sigmatek, Parker, Esitron,
The difference lies in how
developed which combines
WAGO etc.. Reliable signal
the edges are processed.
both functions.
transmission, even over
The reference point for the
cable lengths up to 500 m
propagation time measurebetween BTA and BTL, is
ment is the "Start" pulse.
assured by the especially
noise-immune RS485
differential drivers and
receivers. Noise signals are
effectively suppressed.
P111 Interface
Cost savings using
DPI/IP for start-up and
installation
DPI/IP is a protocol for direct
data interchange between
a controller and transducer.
The signal lines are used to
send additional information
such as manufacturer, stroke
length and waveguide
gradient. This allows start-up
or replacement of a transducer without having to
make manual changes in the
controller parameters.
The first to integrate these
functions were the controls
from Sigmatek.
Features
– Bi-directional
communication
– Transducer controlled
using Init and Start/Stop
signals
– Integrated diagnostic
functions
– Plug and Play
– Automatic parameterizing
reduces downtimes
– Sending of sensor model,
stroke length, specific
parameters
– Measurement length up to
3250 mm
Block diagram of P-interface
Extremely precise
digitizing chip
for P110 pulse interface
Companies developing their
own control and processing Digitizing chip 44QFP
electronics can create a
highly accurate P-interface
cost effectively and with
Osz.
5V
a minimum of effort using
the Balluff digitizing chip.
The digitizing chip
was developed as a highresolution, configurable
ASIC for the Micropulse
4/8
P-interface.
bit bus
Micropulse transducer
with 1 to 4 magnets
Benefits
INIT
CPUcontroller
P pulse signal
Controller or
Processing electronics
ASIC INFO:
+49 (0) 71 58/1 73-2 41
AT.4
– High resolution:
the actual 1 µm of the BTL
internally is fully supported by
the 133 ps resolution of the
chip (at low clock frequency
2 or 20 MHz)
– Position data from
4 magnets can be processed
simultaneously
– 4/8-bit processor interface
Plug and Play –
self-configuring
Micropulse AT
Transducers
Series
Digital pulse interface P11_
Profile series A1
BTL6 Profile A1
Transducer interface
Input interface
Pulse P110
Pulse P110
P1
P110
M1
AT
BTL
General
Data Profile
series A1
Digital pulse
interface P11_
Ordering code
BTL6-P110-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
System resolution
Repeatability
Repeat accuracy
Resolution
non-linearity
processing-dependent
≤ 10 µm
≤ 20 µm
≤ 10 µm
≤ ±200 µm up to 500 mm nominal stroke
typ. ±0.02 %, max. ±0.04 % 500...1500 mm nominal stroke
20...28 V DC
≤ 60 mA (at 1kHz)
0...+70 °C
–40...+100 °C
Supply voltage
Current draw
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Pin assignments
In-/output signals
Input
Output
Input
Output
Supply voltage
Pin
1
2
3
5
6
7
Analog
interface
Profile
series A1
Modes
Analog
interface
Profile
series A1
Accessories
Profile
series A1
BTL6-P11_-M...
INIT
START/STOP
INIT
START/STOP
GND
+24 V DC
▼
Connect shield to housing,
pins 4 and 8 must remain unconnected.
Ordering example:
BTL6-P11_-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
▼
Please enter code for nominal
stroke in ordering code!
Preferred models interface P11_
BTL6-P11_-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
highlighted in blue are available
from stock.
Data Protocol
0
▼
1
Included:
– Transducer
– Short user's guide
Please order separately:
Magnets page AT.10
Mounting clamps/cuff page AT.10
Connectors page BKS.8
without DPI/IP *
(standard)
with DPI/IP
Standard
nominal strokes [mm]
0050, 0075, 0100, 0130,
0150, 0160, 0175, 0200,
0225, 0250, 0300, 0350,
0360, 0400, 0450, 0500,
0550, 0600, 0650, 0700,
0750, 0800, 0850, 0900,
0950, 1000, 1100, 1200,
1250, 1300, 1400, 1500,
1700, 2000, 2100, 2500,
2800, 3000, 3250,
on request in 25 mm increments
BKS
Page BKS.8
*the version without DPI/IP
is only available up to a nominal stroke of 1500
www.balluff.com
AT.5
Micropulse AT
Transducers
Analog interface
Profile series A1
The non-contact "Pot"
The analog outputs of the
standard series
BTL6-A110 are potential
non-isolated.
Potentiometer connections, block diagram
Micropulse transducer connections, block diagram
BTL6 transducers exist in
the variants 0...10 V and
–10...10 V with rising and
falling characteristics.
The version –10...10 V
generally has potential
isolated output signals.
AT.6
Micropulse AT
Transducers
BTL6 Profile A1
analog
A
analog
Series
Output signal
Transducer interface
Input interface
Analog interface
Profile series A1
BTL6 Profile A1
analog
G
analog
AT
BTL
General
Data Profile
series A1
Digital pulse
interface P11_
Ordering code
Output voltage
Load current
max. ripple
System resolution
Repeatability
Repeat accuracy
Sampling rate
non-linearity
Supply voltage
Current draw
Polarity reversal protected
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
BTL6-A110-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
BTL5-G310-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
0...10 V and 10...0 V
max. 5 mA
≤ 5 mV
≤ 10 µm
≤ 10 µm
≤ 20 µm
fSTANDARD = 1 kHz
≤ ±200 µm to 500 mm nominal stroke
typ. ±0.02 %, max. ±0.04 %
500...1500 mm nominal stroke
20...28 V DC
≤ 70 mA
yes
0...+70 °C
–40...+100 °C
–10...10 V and 10...–10 V
max. 5 mA
≤ 5 mV
≤ 10 µm
≤ 10 µm
≤ 20 µm
fSTANDARD = 1 kHz
≤ ±200 µm to 500 mm nominal stroke
typ. ±0.02 %, max. ±0.04 %
500...1500 mm nominal stroke
20...28 V DC
≤ 70 mA
yes
0...+70 °C
–40...+100 °C
BTL6-A110.../A310
0 V Output
0 V Output
10...0 V
0...10 V
GND
+24 V DC
BTL6-G310...
0 V Output
0 V Output
–10...10 V
10...–10 V
GND
+24 V DC
Pin
1
2
3
5
Supply voltage
6
7
Connect shield to housing,
pins 4 and 8 must remain unconnected.
▼
Pin assignments
Output signals
Preferred models
BTL6-_ _ 10-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
highlighted in blue are available
from stock.
Data Protocol
A
▼
G
Included:
– Transducer
– Short user's guide
Please order separately:
Magnets page AT.10
Mounting clamps/cuff page AT.10
Connectors page BKS.8
www.balluff.com
Modes
Analog
interface
Profile
series A1
Accessories
Profile
series A1
Ordering example:
BTL6-_ _ 10-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
▼
Please enter code for nominal
stroke in ordering code!
Analog
interface
Profile
series A1
0...10 V
10...0 V
–10...10 V
10...–10 V
Output signal
1
3
potential
equalized*
potential
isolated
Standard
nominal strokes [mm]
0100, 0130, 0150, 0160, 0175,
0200, 0225, 0250, 0275, 0300,
0325, 0350, 0360, 0375, 0400,
0425, 0450, 0475, 0500, 0550,
0600, 0650, 0700, 0750, 0800,
0850, 0900, 0950, 1000, 1100,
1200, 1250, 1300, 1400, 1500,
on request in 25 mm increments
BKS
Page BKS.8
*only for BTL6-A110-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
AT.7
Micropulse AT
Transducers
Modes
BTL6-A301-...
2 in 1
The two ranges may be
adjacent, may overlap, and
can be programmed for a
Two moving members on a
rising or falling output signal.
machine often travel in the
The transducer can be
same direction. Each axis
operated using one or two
normally requires a separate magnets.
feedback sensor.
If one magnet leaves the
With the Micropulse AT you
programmed range or if only
can now sense both
one is present, the position
movements at the same time is indicated on Output 1.
with just one transducer
Output 2 then indicates an
having 2 analog outputs.
error value.
The position of the
respective null and end
points can be set individually
using 2 programmable
inputs.
Teach-in
Inputs inactive
Inputs active
Magnet 1
Null
point
End
point
Magnet 2
Null
point
Used for changing the
factory set null and end point
with a new null and end
point. First the magnet must
be brought to the new null
point and then to the new
end position, and the
respective values stored by
pressing the button.
End
point
Example: Programming steps
for setting the measurement range
min 65 mm
Mode selection
Mode 1: Single measurement of 2 positions
(single measurement default setting 100 %/50 %)
Basic default setting
The standard function is
separate measurement of
two positions. The programming inputs are used
to switch the mode.
Programming example:
Output 1: 25 % nominal stroke, signal rising
Output 2: 50 % nominal stroke, signal rising
Mode 2: Differential measurement between 2 magnets
Minimum
magnet
separation
65 mm
Default setting: Differential measurement
Output 1: Standard travel signal (not shown)
Output 2:
differential signal 100 % nominal stroke = 10 V
Programming example: Differential
travel 50 % nominal stroke = 5 V differential signal
AT.8
The separation between two
magnets should not generally be
less than 65 mm.
Programming example:
Output 1: 50 % nominal stroke, signal rising
Output 2: 37.5 % nominal stroke, signal falling
Mode 3: Single measurement
(both magnets 0...100 %)
Minimum
magnet
separation
65 mm
Programming example: Differential
travel 50 % nominal stroke = 10 V differential signal
"2 in 1" –
100% stroke adjustment
Micropulse AT
Transducers
Series
Output signal
Transducer interface
Input interface
Analog interface
Profile series A1
BTL6 Profile A1
analog
A
analog
Features of
Micropulse BTL6-A
– 100 % adjustment
of analog signal
– Error signal:
No magnet in measuring
area, transducer
in calibration mode
– LED indicator for
programming assistance
– Separate teach-in for all
zero and span points
– Freely selectable single
position or differential
measurement
Measure two motions
with one system
– One transducer senses
two motions at the same
time
– Significant cost reduction,
half the installation costs
– two 0...10 V
analog outputs
AT
BTL
General
Data Profile
series A1
Digital pulse
interface P11_
Ordering code
BTL6-A301-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
Output voltage
Load current
max. ripple
System resolution
Repeatability
Repeat accuracy
Sampling rate
non-linearity
0...10 V programmable
max. 5 mA
≤ 5 mV
≤ 10 µm
≤ 10 µm
≤ 20 µm
fSTANDARD = 1 kHz (< 850 mm)
≤ ±200 µm to 500 mm nominal stroke
typ. ±0.02 %, max. ±0.04 %
500...1500 mm nominal stroke
18...30 V DC
≤ 100 mA
yes
0...+70 °C
–40...+100 °C
Supply voltage
Current draw
Polarity reversal protected
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
▼
Preferred models interface A301
BTL6-A301-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
highlighted in blue are available
from stock.
▼
Please enter code for nominal
stroke in ordering code!
▼
output
Pin assignments pin color*
signal
1
YE
2
GY
3
PK
4
RD
5
GN
Supply voltage
6
BU
7
BN
Connect shield to housing, Pin 8 (WH)
must remain unconnected.
*Connector with cable
BKS-S115/BKS-S116
Included:
– Transducer
– Short user's guide
Please order separately:
Magnets page AT.10
Mounting clamps/cuff page AT.10
www.balluff.com
Analog
interface
Profile
series A1
Modes
Analog
interface
Profile
series A1
Accessories
Profile
series A1
BTL6-A301...
Programming input La
0 V Output
0...10 V, Output 2, programmable
Programming input Lb
0...10 V, Output 1, programmable
GND
+24 V DC
Ordering example:
BTL6-A301-M_ _ _ _-A1-S115
Output signal
potential isolated
2 analog outputs
Single or differentialmeasurement, rising,
falling, zero and end
point programmable
Standard
nominal strokes [mm]
0160, 0175, 0200, 0225, 0250,
0275, 0300, 0325, 0350, 0360,
0375, 0400, 0425, 0450, 0475,
0500, 0550, 0600, 0650, 0700,
0750, 0800, 0850, 0900, 0950,
1000, 1100, 1200, 1250, 1300,
1400, 1500, on request in
25 mm increments
Standard nominal strokes (mm)
0050, 0100, 0130, 0150
for single magnet only
AT.9
Micropulse AT
Transducer
Accessories
Profile series A1
Description
for Series
Magnet
BTL6 Profile A1
Magnet
BTL6 Profile A1
Lateral offset:
C = ±5 mm
Vertical distance
of magnet:
D = 4...8 mm
Ordering code
Housing material
Weight
Magnet traverse speed
Operating temperature/Storage temperature
Included
The BTL6-A-3800-2
magnet can be operated
at a distance of 4...8 mm
from the top surface of
the profile housing.
Together with the mounting
clamps BTL6-A-MF01-A-50
and the mounting cuff
BTL6-A-MF03-K-50 the
mechanical installation
is compatible with series
Lateral offset:
C = ±5 mm
Vertical distance
of magnet:
D = 4...8 mm
BTL6-A-3800-2
BTL6-A-3801-2
Plastic
ca. 30 g
any
–40...+85 °C
Magnet
Plastic
ca. 25 g
any
–40...+85 °C
Magnet
BTL5-...-P-S 32 with
magnets BTL5-P-3800-2
and BTL5-P-5500-2.
This means for example
that long stroke lengths
or transducers with a bus
interface can be interchanged without making
any mechanical modifications.
Mounting clamps/cuff
Mounting clamp
Ordering code: BTL6-A-MF01-A-50
Includes: 1 clamp
When extreme shock
and vibration are present,
we recommend spacing
mounting clamps every
250 mm.
AT.10
Mounting clamp
Ordering code: BTL6-A-MF01-A-43
Includes: 1 clamp
Length
(stroke length)
up to 250
251 to 500
501 to 750
751 to 1000
1001 to 1250
1251 to 1500
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
No. of
mounting
clamps/cuffs
2
3
4
5
6
7
Mounting cuff
Ordering code: BTL6-A-MF03-K-50
Includes: 1 cuff
Accessories
Connectors
page BKS.8
Custom
mounting options
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