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ABB Tina 7A Technical data
Vital/Tina Safety Systems
Monitor all types of safety devices!
Eliminate the need for safety relays!
Simplify connections and cables!
Vital Safety Dynamic
Pulse Technology......................................................... 4:2
Available in 3 Variations............................................... 4:3
Number of Edens that can
be used with Vital and Pluto........................................ 4:4
Number of Tinas that can
be used with Vital and Pluto........................................ 4:5
Why should you use
the Vital Safety System?.............................................. 4:6
How does a Vital dynamic circuit work?...................... 4:7
Vital Safety Controllers................................................. 4:8
Vital 1 Technical Data................................................ 4:11
Vital 2............................................................................ 4:14
Vital 2 Technical Data................................................ 4:17
Vital 3............................................................................ 4:18
Vital 3 Technical Data................................................ 4:21
Why should you use
the Tina Adapter Units?............................................... 4:22
Available in Several Variations..................................... 4:23
Tina 1A Blanking Plug for Connection Block............... 4:24
Tina 2A/B Adaptation Unit........................................... 4:25
Tina 3A/Aps Adaptation Unit....................................... 4:26
Tina 4A Connection Block........................................... 4:27
Tina 5A Adaptation Unit............................................... 4:28
Tina 6A Adaptation Unit............................................... 4:30
Tina 7A Adaptation Unit............................................... 4:31
Tina 8A Connection Block........................................... 4:32
Tina 10A/B/C Adaptation Unit..................................... 4:34
Tina 11A Terminal Block............................................... 4:36
Tina 12A Terminal Block............................................... 4:37
Accessories.................................................................. 4:38
Example of Safety Component
Connections based on 'Y' Branch............................... 4:39
Connection Examples.................................................. 4:40
Component List and
Ordering Information.................................................... 4:57
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Safety System using
Vital Safety Dynamic Pulse Technology
Vital is a safety controller with a dynamic
safety circuit that can monitor up to 30
sensors, such as Eden, in accordance
with the highest safety level. The safety
loop can be expanded by using Tina
Duo. Vital has selectable manual or automatic resetting and dual outputs. (The
Pluto Safety PLC has many inputs for
dynamic safety circuits.)
Detachable
Terminals
Active Safety Sensors for Dynamic Safety Circuits
Safety Circuit Category up to PL e
according to EN ISO 13849-1
Patented
Solution
Dynamic
Safety
Dynamic “twinned”
safety signal that
tests a sensor, for
example, 200 times
per second.
Tina Units that convert Static/OSSD to Dynamic Signals
0V 24V
LED
Indication
Each active
sensor and Tina
unit has LEDs that
indicate OK (green), broken
safety circuit (red) or flashing
if the loop has been broken
by another, earlier, sensor.
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Sensors with Static or OSSD Outputs that are connected via Tina Units
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Available in 3 Variations
Dynamic
Circuit 1
Vital 1
■Up to 30 sensors can be connected
to the same dynamic safety circuit
Vital 2
Dynamic
Circuit 1
■Two safety circuits are monitored
by one module
■Simple system with extensive
functionality
■Up to 10 sensors can be connected
to each dynamic safety circuit
■Output group 2 can be set for time delay
■Three different modes of operation
Dynamic
Circuit 2
Vital 3
Contact
Circuit 1
■Two safety circuits are monitored
by one module
■Devices with two-channel, opening
contacts can be connected to one circuit
■Simple system with extensive functionality
■Output group 2 can be set for time delay
■Three different modes of operation
Dynamic
Circuit 2
One Vital Supervises
the Entire Robot Cell!
Two Charging Stations
At each charging station a light curtain checks for
anyone putting their hand into a risk area, and an Eden
sensor checks whether a robot is inside the same risk
area. This means that a stop is only ordered if a robot
and a person are in the same area. When the station is
clear, the person presses the reset button connected
to the light curtain.
Fence with Eden
Interlocked Door
If the door is opened, the robot
stops. To reset the robot system,
the door must be closed and a
supervisory reset button operated.
Three Emergency Stops
with Tina Units
If any of the emergency stop
buttons is pressed, the robot
performs an immediate stop.
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A
B
Light
Curtain
A
Door
Light
Curtain
Dynamic Safety
Circuit in accordance
with Category 4
EN 954-1/EN ISO 13849-1
B
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Number of Edens That Can Be Used with Vital and Pluto
The tables below show the number of Edens that can
be connected to Vital and Pluto with the maximum
voltage variation. The values have been established in
a laboratory environment. The actual possible number
of connected Edens may therefore differ from those
given in the table. The values should be regarded
as guidelines; ABB Jokab Safety recommends a
Apparatus Enclosure
X number of
meters of cable
Terminals
maximum of 30 Edens per Vital 1 and a maximum of
10 Edens per Pluto and Vital 2/3 input. The table was
prepared according to measurements with connection
example A. If connection example B and 0.34 mm2
cable is used (with feed voltage from two directions),
the values for 0.75 mm2 in the tables are used.
Apparatus Enclosure
sensor
X number of
meters of cable
Terminals
Y number of sensors
Vital
Number of
Eden Sensors
Number
Numberof
of
EdenSensors
Sensors
sensor
Y number of sensors
Vital
X number of
meters of cable
2
2
Odd 0.34That
mm2 Can Be Used
Even 0.75
Even 0.34 mm
Number of Edens
withmm
Vital 1
2
2
Even
Even 0.34
0.34 mm
mm
2
2
Odd
Odd 0.34
0.34 mm
mm
sensor
2
Even 0.75
0.75 mm
mm2
Even
sensor
Odd 0.75 mm2
2
Odd 0.75
0.75 mm
mm2
Odd
Meters Cable
Number of Edens That Can Be Used with Pluto and Vital 2/3
Number of
Eden Sensors
Even 0.34 mm
Number of
Eden Sensors
Even 0.34 mm
2
2
Meters Cable
Meters
Cable
Odd 0.34 mm2
Even 0.75 mm2
Odd 0.75 mm2
Odd 0.34 mm2
Even 0.75 mm2
Odd 0.75 mm2
Meters Cable
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Number of Tinas That Can Be Used with Vital and Pluto
The following tables show the numbers of Tina-3A,
Tina-6A, Tina-7A and SmileTina that can be connected
to Vital and Pluto with the max voltage variation.
The values have been established in a laboratory
environment. The actual possible number of connected
units may therefore differ from those given in the table.
The values should be regarded as guidelines;
Apparatus Enclosure
X number of
meters of cable
Terminals
ABB Jokab Safety recommends a maximum of
30 units per Vital 1 and a maximum of 10 units per Pluto
and Vital 2/3 input. The table was prepared according
to measurements with connection example A. If
connection example B and 0.34 mm2 cable is used, the
values for 0.75 mm2 in the tables are used.
Apparatus Enclosure
sensor
Terminals
X number of
meters of cable
Y number of sensors
Vital
sensor
sensor
Y number of sensors
Vital
X number of
meters of cable
sensor
Number of Number of Tina-3A, 6A, 7A and Smile Tinas That Can Be Used with Vital 1
2
2
2
2
Tina
Devices
Odd 0.34 mm
Even 0.75 mm
Odd 0.75 mm
Even 0.34 mm
Number
Number
ofof
22
22
22
22
Sensors
Odd
0.34
mm
Even
0.75
mm
Odd
0.75
mm
Even
0.34
mm
Tina Devices
Odd 0.34 mm
Even 0.75 mm
Odd
Even 0.34 mm
Meters Cable
Meters Cable
Meters
Cable
Number of Tina-3A, 6A, 7A and Smile Tinas That Can Be Used with Pluto and Vital 2/3
Number of
Tina
Devices
Number
of
Tina Devices
2
Even 0.34 mm
2
Even 0.34 mm
Odd 0.34 mm2
Odd 0.34 mm2
Even 0.75 mm2
Even 0.75 mm2
Odd 0.75 mm2
Odd 0.75 mm2
Meters Cable
Meters Cable
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Why should you use the Vital Safety System?
...to be able to connect several safety
components in series — at Category 4
— and supervise them with only one
safety controller!
Vital is the heart of a solution which makes it
possible to install/connect many different types of
safety devices in the same safety circuit and still
achieve PL e according to EN ISO 13849-1.
The Vital module is based upon a dynamic singlechannel concept as opposed to conventional dualchannel safety relays. Up to 30 dynamic sensors can
be connected directly in the safety circuit and be
supervised by only one Vital module. The Vital there
fore replaces several safety relays. Safety components
with output contacts can be connected to the Vital
via low cost Tina adapters.
The Vital also has automatically or manually supervised reset selection, dual safety outputs, and an
information output for reset indication and status
information for PLCs.
...to supervise safety components!
Most safety components on the market can be connected to the Vital module. Dynamic sensors enable
safety PL e to be achieved in a single-channel system.
For example, ABB Jokab Safety´s dynamic non-contact
Eden sensor, Spot light beam and emergency stops
(via Tina adapters) can be used. Even mechanical
switches can be connected to Vital with the aid of
ABB Jokab Safety´s Tina adapters.
...for easy installation and assembly
of a safety system!
Vital is a small electronic safety controller that dynamically supervises a number of safety components.
Vital´s detachable connector blocks simplify the connection, troubleshooting and exchange of modules.
The Vital and other safety components can be connected together using standard cables and with
cables having M12 connections.
Why should you choose Vital?
■PL e, according to EN ISO 13849-1
dynamic safety circuit
■Can accommodate long cable lengths
■Manually supervised or automatic reset
■Two NO safety outputs
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■Detachable connector blocks
■LED indication of power supply,
dynamic signal and outputs
■Information output with two functions
■Cost-effective cable routing/connections
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How does a Vital dynamic circuit work?
The dynamic signal consists of a square wave that
is transmitted through the safety circuit. The signal is
inverted at each safety component and is monitored
200 times per second by Vital or Pluto.
The dynamic signal is transmitted as single channel
throughout all the protection in the same safety circuit
between input terminals T1 and R1. If a protection
breaks, the dynamic signal is not transmitted — which
is detected by Vital — which breaks its safe outputs.
Even short circuits across a protection are detected
since the signal is inverted in each sensor (the protection is then OK), while Vital expects a correctly inverted
signal at the right time.
In this case, an even number of sensors are connected to the safety loop which means that the
dynamic signal will be inverted an even number of
times when it is evaluated by Vital. This is determined
by the terminal inputs S1 and B1 being connected
together. If an odd number of sensors have been connected, connection of S1 is not required. As the signal is evaluated by Vital at each pulse, i.e. more than
200 times per second, faults and short circuits are
detected within a few milliseconds.
Eden Sensor
monitors that doors
are closed
Smile Tina
Emergency Stop
INCA Tina
Emergency Stop
stops the machine
when there is
a hazard
stops the machine
in case
of danger
Focus
As the signal is evaluated
by Vital at each pulse, i.e.
more than 200 times per
second, faults and short
circuits are detected within
a few milliseconds.
Light Curtain
prevents passage with
integrated muting
function
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Vital Safety Module
monitors the security
sensors in series according
to PLe EN ISO 13849-1
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Vital Safety
Controllers
Vital is based on a single channel safety
concept where multiple safety sensors
can be connected in series and monitored
with a single safety controller. A dynamic
signal is sent from Vital through all connected sensors, and then returned to Vital
which then evaluates the received signal.
As each safety sensor inverts the signal, it
is possible to detect short circuits or faults
in any of the sensors.
Vital 2 and Vital 3 are designed for use
with ABB Jokab Safety Eden sensors, Tina
components and Spot light grids or similar products.
Vital 2 and Vital 3 are both safety controllers with two
safe input functions and two output groups. The only
difference between the two models being in the
input configuration.
Applications
■Entire safety system based on
the dynamic safety system
Features
■Easy installation
■Flexible
■Cost effective
■Display for troubleshooting (Vital 2 and Vital 3)
■A wide range of safety sensors can
be connected into the circuit
■Several safe outputs
■Information output
■Outputs with time delay (Vital 2 and Vital 3)
Approvals
TÜV Nord (Vital 1)
TÜV Rheinland (Vital 2 and Vital 3)
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Vital 1 Safety Controller
■Up to 30 sensors can
be connected to the same
dynamic safety circuit
Dynamic
Circuit 1
Vital 2 Safety Controller
■Two safety circuits are
monitored by one module
■Simple system with
extensive functionality
■Up to 10 sensors
can be connected
to each dynamic
safety circuit
■Output group 2 can
be set for time delay
■Three different
modes of operation
Dynamic
Circuit 1
Dynamic
Circuit 2
Contact
Circuit 1
Dynamic
Circuit 2
Vital 3 Safety Controller
■Two safety circuits are
monitored by one module
■Devices with two-channel,
opening contacts can
be connected to one
circuit
■Simple system
with extensive
functionality
■Output group 2 can
be set for time delay
■Three different
modes of operation
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Vital 1 Reset Connections
Manual Supervised Reset
Automatic Reset
Testing External
Contactor Status
B1
The manual supervised reset contact
connected to input X1 must be closed
and opened in order to activate the
relay output.
Automatic reset is selected when B1,
X1 and X4 are connected. The relay
outputs are then activated at the same
time as the inputs.
Vital 1 Output Connections
Relay Outputs
Contactors, relays and valves can be
supervised by connecting `test’ contacts between B1 and X1. Both manually supervised and automatic reset
can be used.
Information Outputs
+24V B1
+24V B1
0V
The Vital 1 has two (2 NO) safety outputs.
In order to protect the output contacts it
is recommended that loads (inductive) are
suppressed by fitting correctly chosen
VDRs, diodes etc. Diodes are the best arc
suppressors, but will increase the switch
off time of the load.
Connection of S1
Even number of units in series (Eden+
Spot+Tina) requires a connection between B1 and S1. S1 is not connected
at odd number of units.
See drawing below figure A and other
examples in the book.
B2
Y14
0V
B2
Y14
Vital 1
Vital 1
0V
0V
Vital 1 has a switching relay output for
information. The function is determined
by a DIP switch.
The DIP switch position 1 (original position) is the information output Y14 internally connected to 0V and +24 V as per:
• Y14 is closed to 0V (B2) internally
when Vital 1 has not been reset.
• Y14 is closed to +24 V (B1) when
Vital 1 has been reset.
0V
In DIP switch position 2 (the purpose
of the function is to start/restart block,
RES) the information output Y14 is internally connected to 0V and +24 V as per:
•Y
14 is internally closed to 0V (B2)
when the dynamic safety loop is
open or when the dynamic safety
loop is closed and Vital 1 has been
reset.
•Y
14 is internally closed to +24 V (B1)
when the dynamic safety loop is
closed but Vital 1 has not been reset
(RES).
Vital 1 Connection of Safety Devices
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Vital 1 Technical Data
Manufacturer
Ordering information
Level of safety
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 62061
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 954-1
PFHd
Color
Weight
Power supply
Vital, A1-A2
From Vital to sensors/units, B1-B2
Fuse
An external fuse should be
fitted in the supply to A1
Max line resistance
at nominal voltage to X1
Power consumption
DC supply, nominal voltage
(without load)
DC supply, nominal voltage
(with max load)
Dynamic safety circuit
T1
R1
Reset input X1
Supply for reset input
Reset current
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PL e, category 4
SIL 3
SIL 3
Category 4
2.74×10-8
Grey
220 g
24 VDC ±15%
24 VDC
3 AT
150 Ohm
3W
48 W
Output signal
Input signal
Relay information output
(changeover contact)
Y14
–(0V)
+(24V)
Max. load on Y14
LED indication
Indicates Vital is not reset
Indicates Vital is reset
200 mA (Internal automatic fuse)
On
T
1
Mounting
DIN rail
Operating temperature range
Connection blocks (detachable)
Max screw torque
Max connection area:
Solid conductors
Conductor with socket contact
Air and creep distance
Protection class
Enclosure
Connection blocks
Conformity
+24VDC
30 mA max. (inrush current
300 mA during contact closure)
Minimum contact closure
time for reset
80 ms
Connection of S1
Even numbers of sensors (Eden + Spot T/R + Tina) require a
connection between B1 and S1. S1 is not connected for odd numbers
of sensors. Odd number, no connection between B1 and S1
Number of sensors
Max. number of Eden/Tina to
Vital 1
30
Total max. cable length to
Eden/Tina
1000 m
Max. number of Spot T/R to Vital
6 pairs
Total max. cable length to
Spot T/R
600 m
Maximum number of units varies depending on the installation and
cable size. For more information, see the examples in this chapter
Response time
At Power on
< 65 ms
When activating (input-output)
< 40 ms
When deactivating (input-output)
< 38 ms
At Power loss
< 45 ms
Relay outputs
NO
2
Max switching capacity,
resistive load
6A/250 VAC/1500 VA/150W
Minimum load
10 mA/10V
Contact material
AgCdO
Mechanical life
>107 operations
External fuse (EN 60947-5-1)
6.3A or 4A slow
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Fixed light: supply voltage OK,
Flashing light: under-voltage or
overload
R
T: Signal out OK. R: Signal in OK.
2 Indicates that the output relays
have been activated
35 mm DIN rail
-10°C to + 55°C
1 Nm
1x4 mm2/2x1.5 mm2/12AWG
1x2.5 mm2/2x1 mm2
4kV/2 DIN VDE 0110
IP 40 IEC 60529
IP 20 IEC 60529
EN ISO 12100-1,
EN ISO 12100-2,
EN 954-1,
EN ISO 13849-1,
EN 62061,
EN 60204-1,
IEC 60664-1,
EN 61000-6-2,
EN 61000-6-4
EN 60947-5-1,
EN 1088,
EN 61496-1,
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
Note:
Connector
blocks are
detachable
without cables
having to be
disconnected.
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Connection of Units and Cable Lengths to Vital 1
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Three Connection Alternatives
According to PL e (EN ISO 13849-1), connection of
sensors/adapter units in the Vital safety circuit must
be made per the connection examples.
Example
Use separate connection cables from each sensor/
adapter unit to the Vital safety controller. Interconnections to be made via suitable terminals in the control
cabinet.
Example
Use Tina4A/Tina8A connector blocks to simplify the
connection of externally mounted sensors/adapter
units. Only Tina4A/Tina8A connector blocks may be
used. Use of any other connector blocks will not meet
the safety circuit requirements.
Example
Use M12-3A and M12-3B “Y” connectors to connect
sensors in series/parallel.
Cable Lengths and Number of Sensor/Adapter
Units for the Three Connection Examples
In order to determine the number of sensor/adapter
units that can be connected to a Vital 1 unit it must
be remembered that 1 (one) Spot T/R is equivalent to
5 (five) Eden or Tina units. Units in parallel are equal
to one unit. The following examples provide guidance
as to possible configurations and cable lengths using
suitable cables.
Example
Up to 1000 meters (0.75 mm2 or 0.34 mm2 conductors) in total can be connected to the sensors/units in
this example. The connection is equivalent to 9 Eden
or Tina units.
A maximum of 30 Eden or Tina units can be connected to the Vital 1 unit on a maximum cable length
of 500 meters (0.75 mm2 conductors) or 300 meters
(0.34 mm2 conductors).
Example
Up to 600 meters (0.75 mm2 conductors) to Tina 8A
and 10 meter cables type M12-C1012 (0.34 mm2) to
each sensor/unit connected to the Tina 8A. This connection example is equivalent to 17 Eden or Tina units.
A maximum of 3 Tina 8A units, equivalent to 27
Eden/Tina units (= 3 x 8 connected to Tina 8A + 3 Tina
8A) can be connected to one Vital 1 with a total cable
length of 600 meters (0.75 mm2). Up to 6 Tina 4A
units can be connected to one Vital 1 (equivalent to
30 Eden/Tina units) with a total cable length of
600 meters (0.75 mm2) to Tina 4A.
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Example
Either 2 x 500 meter cables (0.75 mm2) from the control cabinet and 10 meter cables (0.34 mm2) to each
sensor/unit or 2 x 10 meter cables (0.75 mm2) from the
control cabinet and 200 meter cables (0.75 mm2)to
each sensor/unit. The connection is equivalent to 16
Eden or Tina units.
A Total of 30 Eden/Tina units can be connected
using a maximum cable length of 1000 meters
(0.75 mm2) or 400 meters (0.34 mm2). If the power
supply is only fed from one direction (from one end
of the network) the total cable length is reduced
to approx 300 meters (0.75 mm2) and 100 meters
(0.34 mm2).
Connection Advice for Dynamic
Sensors to Pluto and Vital
Sensors can be connected in many different ways.
Here is some advice that can make connection better
and more stable. The advice is general, but particularly
applicable to the use of Tina 4A and Tina 8A units.
• Never have more than the recommended
number of sensors in the loop.
• If possible use a switched main power
supply that can deliver a stable 24 VDC.
• In the sensor system, use as short cables
as possible.
• When connecting a Tina 4A or Tina 8A unit, the
supply voltage at the terminal (out at the unit) must
not be less than 20 Volts.
• Use screened cable, preferably 0.75 mm2 or thicker,
from the apparatus enclosure and ground it at one
end, for example at the apparatus enclosure, not at
both ends.
• Do not route the signal wiring close to heavy current
cabling or close to equipment that gives off a lot
of interference, such as frequency converters for
electric motors.
• Never connect “spare” conductors.
• If M12-3B are used for connection of a parallel loop,
with supply to the sensors from two directions, the
loop must be as short as possible. This is because
the conductors that are not being used are also
connected, which increases the capacitive load and
reduces the stability of the system.
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Vital 2
Vital 2 is a safety controller that combines functionality with the quick and easy installation of safety
sensors. With two safe input functions and two different output groups, Vital 2 offers the capability to
exclusively control smaller machine safety systems
that would otherwise have required a programmable
controller or multiple safety relays.
How the two output groups are controlled by the
input functions depends on which of the three operating
modes is selected (see Selection of operating mode).
Input Function 1
A dynamic safety circuit where ABB Jokab Safety's
safety sensors such as Eden, Tina and Spot can easily
be connected in series. Up to 10 Eden or Tina devices
can be connected in series per input function.
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Input Function 2
The same function as input function 1.
Output group 1: A safe relay output in a duplicated
series and a safe transistor output with output voltage
of -24 VDC.
Output group 2: A safe relay output in a duplicated
series and a safe transistor output with output voltage
of -24 VDC. In addition, output group 2 contains a
non-safe transistor output with output voltage of +24
VDC, intended for information. The output group can
have time delay from 0 to 1.5 s.
Selection of Operating Modes
Vital 2 can be configured to operate in one of three
operating modes M1, M2 or M3. The selection of
operating modes is done by connecting one of the
terminals M1, M2 or M3 to +24 V.
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Operating Mode M1 - Separate Function Vital 1
Input function 1 controls output group 1,
and input function 2 controls output
group 2.
Operating Mode M2 - Input 1, Master Function Vital 2
Input function 1 stops all outputs, and input
function 2 stops output group 2.
Operating Mode M3 - Parallel Function Vital 2
Input function 1 and input function 2
operate in parallel and control all outputs.
Reset/Auto reset 1 resets both input
functions (Reset/Auto Reset 2 is not used).
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Connection of Protection/Sensors - Vital 2
Depending on the input function and
the number of sensors connected to
the safety circuit (odd or even number),
the dynamic signal is connected
between different terminals;
Input function 2:
Input function 1:
T1
R1
R2
T11
A dynamic signal is transmitted from T1,
and depending on the number of sensors
in the safety circuit, the signal connects
back to R1 (odd number of sensors) or
R2 (even number of sensors).
R11
R12
A dynamic signal is transmitted from T11,
and depending on the number of sensors
in the safety circuit, the signal connects
back to R11 (odd number of sensors) or
R12 (even number of sensors).
Connection of Outputs - Vital 2
Connection of safe transistor
output (-24 V)
Connection of safe relay output
Connection of information
output
-24 V
1L
11L
Q2
Q12
The safe transistor outputs Q2 (output group 1) and Q12 (output group
2) have an output voltage of -24 V.
+24 V
Q1
Q11
Q13
The safe relay outputs that are duplicated in series break between 1L-Q1
(output group 1) and 11L-Q11 (output
group 2). The loads that break
should be fitted with spark arresters
to protect the outputs. The correct
selection of VDR circuit, RC circuit
or diode is appropriate. Note that
the diode extends the disconnection
time of the load.
The non-safe transistor output Q13
is high (+24 V) when the outputs
from output group 2 are active. The
function is therefore dependent on
the operating mode selected (see
Selection of operating mode).
Connection of Reset - Vital 2
Manual monitored reset
There are two separate reset functions;
Reset 1 and Reset 2. The function of
these is dependent on the operating
mode selected (see Selection of operating mode). Reset 1 and Reset 2 can
be configured for manual or automatic
reset independently of each other by
means of the input's Auto reset 1 and
Auto reset 2.
Automatic reset
0V
+24 V
X1
X11
+24 V
X4
X14
For manual resetting, a push button
must be connected between X1 (Reset
1) or X11 (Reset 2) and +24 V. The monitoring contactors for external devices
are to be connected in series with the
push button. For manual reset, X4 (for
Reset 1) and X14 (for Reset 2) serve as
output for resetting the indicator lamps. X1
X11
X4
X14
For automatic reset, X1 and X4 (Auto
reset 1) or X11 and X14 (Auto reset 2)
must be connected to +24 V. Monitoring
contacts for external devices must be
connected between +24 V and X1 (Auto
reset 1) or X11 (Auto reset 2) . If monitoring contacts are not used, X1 and
X11 must be connected to +24 V.
Time Delay - Vital 2
Output group 2 can have disconnection delay by connecting inputs 0.5s and 1.0s being connected to +24 V. The system is
binary, which means that the time values of the inputs are added together to give the total delay time.
+24 V
0.5s
1.0s
No delay
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0.5s
0.5 s delay
1.0s
+24 V
0.5s
1.0 s delay
1.0s
+24 V
0.5s
1.0s
1.5 s delay
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Vital 2 Technical Data
Manufacturer
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Ordering information
see page 4:57
Level of safety
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 62061
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 954-1
PL e, category 4
SIL 3
SIL 3
Category 4
PFHd
Relay output
Transistor output
2.00×10 -9
1.50×10 -9
Color
Grey
Weight
390 g
Power supply
24 VDC ±15%
Fuse
An external fuse must be
connected in series with the
supply voltage to A1
6A
Max line resistance
at nominal voltage to X1
Power consumption
Total current consumption
Input function 1
(dynamic safety circuit)
Dynamic output signal
Dynamic input signal
Input function 2
(dynamic safety circuit)
Dynamic output signal
Dynamic input signal
Reset input X1/X11
Voltage at X1/X11 when reset
Reset current
Minimum contact closure time
for reset
Number of sensors
Max. number of Eden or Tina
units per input function
Total max. cable length
(depending on the number of
Eden/Tina units)
Max. number of light beams
(Spot T/R) per input function
Spot 10
Spot 35
Total max. cable length
(depending on the number of
Spot T/R)
Relay outputs
Number of outputs
Max. load capacity, res. load
Max. load capacity, ind. load
Safe transistor outputs
Number of outputs
Output voltage (rated)
Output voltage (at load)
Max. load
Short circuit protection
Output – 0V
Output – +24V
2 NO
6A/250 VAC
AC-1: 250 V/1.5 A
AC-15: 250 V/1.5 A
DC-1: 50 V/1.5 A
DC-14: 24 V/1.5 A
2
–24V
> 22V at 800 mA/24V
supply voltage
23,3V at 150 mA/24V
supply voltage
800 mA
Yes
Normal (not guaranteed)
150 Ohm
Non-safe transistor output
(information)
Output voltage (rated)
Max. load
+24 VDC
1A
300 mA
Mounting
DIN rail
35 mm DIN rail
Operating temperature range
-10°C to + 55°C
T1
R1 (odd number of
sensors in a circuit)
R2 (even number of
sensors in a circuit)
T11
R11 (odd number of sensors in a
circuit)
R12 (even number of sensors in
a circuit)
Connection blocks (detachable)
Max screw torque
Max connection area:
Solid conductors
Conductor with socket contact
Air and creep distance
1x4 mm2 /2x1.5 mm2 /12AWG
1x2.5 mm2 /2x1 mm2
4kV/2 DIN VDE 0110
Protection class
Enclosure
Connection blocks
IP 40 IEC 60529
IP 20 IEC 60529
Approved standards
+24VDC
30 mA (300 mA peak during
contact closure)
80 ms
10
1 Nm
EN ISO 13849-1/EN 954-1
EN ISO 13849-2
EN 62061
EN 61496-1
EN 574
EN 692
EN 60204-1
EN 50178
EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-4
EN 61000-4IEC/EN 61508-1…7
500 m
1
3
100 m
Maximum number of units varies depending on the installation and
cable size. For more information, see the examples in this chapter.
Response time
Relay output (Q1, Q11)
15 – 24 ms
Safe transistor outputs
(Q2, Q12)
11 – 20 ms
Non-safe transistor output
(Q2, Q12)
11 – 20 ms
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having to be
disconnected.
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Vital 3
Vital 3 is a safety controller that combines functionality with the quick and easy installation of safety
sensors. With two safe input functions and two different output groups, Vital 3 offers the capability to
exclusively control smaller machine safety systems
that would otherwise have required a programmable
controller or multiple safety relays.
How the two output groups are controlled by the
input functions depends on which of the three operating
modes is selected (see Selection of operating mode).
Input Function 1
A two-channel safety circuit designed for opening
contacts, e.g. two-channel emergency stop or ABB
Jokab Safety's safety switch JSNY5. One channel is
fed with the dynamic signal and the other with static
+24 VDC.
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Input Function 2
A dynamic safety circuit where ABB Jokab Safety's
safety sensors Eden, Tina and Spot can easily be
connected in series. Up to 10 Eden or Tina devices
can be connected in series per input function.
Output group 1: A safe relay output in a duplicated
series and a safe transistor output with output voltage
of -24 VDC.
Output group 2: A safe relay output in a duplicated
series and a safe transistor output with output voltage
of -24 VDC. In addition, output group 2 contains a
non-safe transistor output with output voltage of +24
VDC, intended for information. The output group can
have time delay from 0 to 1.5 s.
Selection of Operating Modes
Vital 2 can be configured to operate in one of three
operating modes M1, M2 or M3. The selection of
operating modes is done by connecting one of the
terminals M1, M2 or M3 to +24 V.
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Operating Mode M1 - Separate Function Vital 3
Input function 1 controls output group 1,
and input function 2 controls output
group 2.
Operating Mode M2 - Input 1, Master Function Vital 3
Input function 1 stops all outputs, and input
function 2 stops output group 2.
Operating Mode M3 - Parallel Function Vital 3
Input function 1 and input function 2
operate in parallel and control all outputs.
Reset/Auto reset 1 resets both input
functions (Reset/Auto Reset 2 is not used).
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Connection of Protection/Sensors - Vital 3
+24 V
T1
+24 V
T1
S1
Input function 2:
Input function 1:
Depending on the input function and
the number of sensors connected to
the safety circuit (odd or even number),
the dynamic signal is connected
between different terminals;
S2
S1
T11
One of the two opening contacts is
connected between T1 and S1
(dynamic signal). The second opening
contact is connected between +24 V
and S2 (static signal).
S2
R11
R12
A dynamic signal is transmitted from T11,
and depending on the number of sensors
in the safety loop, the signal connects
back to R11 (odd number of sensors) or
R12 (even number of sensors).
Connection of Outputs - Vital 3
Connection of safe transistor
output (-24 V)
Connection of safe relay output
Connection of information
output
-24 V
1L
11L
Q2
Q12
The safe transistor outputs Q2 (output group 1) and Q12 (output group
2) have an output voltage of -24 V.
+24 V
Q1
Q11
Q13
The safe relay outputs that are duplicated in series break between 1L-Q1
(output group 1) and 11L-Q11 (output
group 2). The loads that break
should be fitted with spark arresters
to protect the outputs. The correct
selection of VDR circuit, RC circuit
or diode is appropriate. Note that
the diode extends the disconnection
time of the load.
The non-safe transistor output Q13
is high (+24 V) when the outputs
from output group 2 are active. The
function is therefore dependent on
the operating mode selected (see
Selection of operating mode).
Connection of Reset - Vital 3
Manual monitored reset
There are two separate reset functions;
Reset 1 and Reset 2. The function of
these is dependent on the operating
mode selected (see Selection of operating mode). Reset 1 and Reset 2 can
be configured for manual or automatic
reset independently of each other by
means of the input's Auto reset 1 and
Auto reset 2.
Automatic reset
0V
+24 V
X1
X11
+24 V
X4
X14
For manual resetting, a push button
must be connected between X1 (Reset
1) or X11 (Reset 2) and +24 V. The monitoring contactors for external devices
are to be connected in series with the
push button. For manual reset, X4 (for
Reset 1) and X14 (for Reset 2) serve as
output for resetting the indicator lamps. X1
X11
X4
X14
For automatic reset, X1 and X4 (Auto
reset 1) or X11 and X14 (Auto reset 2)
must be connected to +24 V. Monitoring
contacts for external devices must be
connected between +24 V and X1 (Auto
reset 1) or X11 (Auto reset 2) . If monitoring contacts are not used, X1 and
X11 must be connected to +24 V.
Time Delay - Vital 3
Output group 2 can have disconnection delay by connecting inputs 0.5s and 1.0s being connected to +24 V. The system is
binary, which means that the time values of the inputs are added together to give the total delay time.
+24 V
0.5s
1.0s
No delay
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+24 V
0.5s
0.5 s delay
1.0s
+24 V
0.5s
1.0 s delay
1.0s
+24 V
0.5s
1.0s
1.5 s delay
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Vital 3 Technical Data
Manufacturer
ABB AB/Jokab Safety, Sweden
Ordering information
see page 4:57
Level of safety
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 62061
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 954-1
PL e, category 4
SIL 3
SIL 3
Category 4
PFHd
Relay output
Transistor output
2.00×10 -9
1.50×10 -9
Color
Grey
Weight
390 g
Power supply
24 VDC ±15%
Fuse
An external fuse must be
connected in series with the
supply voltage to A1
6A
Max line resistance
at nominal voltage to X1
150 Ohm
Power consumption
Total current consumption
300 mA
Input function 1
(two channel, normally closed
circuit)
Dynamic output signal
Dynamic input signal
Static input signal (+24 V)
Input function 2
(dynamic safety circuit)
Dynamic output signal
Dynamic input signal
Reset input X1/X11
Voltage at X1/X11 when reset
Reset current
Minimum contact closure time
for reset
Number of sensors
Max. number of Eden or
Tina units per input function 2
Total max. cable length
(depending on the number of
Eden/Tina units)
Max. number of light beams
(Spot T/R) per input function 2
Spot 10
Spot 35
Total max. cable length
(depending on the number of
Spot T/R)
T1
S1
S2
T11
R11 (odd number of
sensors in a circuit)
R12 (even number of
sensors in a circuit)
Relay outputs
Number of outputs
Max. load capacity, res. load
Max. load capacity, ind. load
Safe transistor outputs
Number of outputs
Output voltage (rated)
Output voltage (at load)
Max. load
Short circuit protection
Output – 0V
Output – +24V
2 NO
6A/250 VAC
AC-1: 250 V/1,5 A
AC-15: 250 V/1.5 A
DC-1: 50 V/1.5 A
DC-14: 24 V/1.5 A
2
–24V
> 22V at 800 mA/24V
supply voltage
23.3V at 150 mA/24V
supply voltage
800 mA
Yes
Normal (not guaranteed)
Non-safe transistor output
(information)
Output voltage (rated)
Max. load
+24 VDC
1A
Mounting
DIN rail
35 mm DIN rail
Operating temperature range
-10°C to + 55°C
Connection blocks (detachable)
Max screw torque
Max connection area:
Solid conductors
Conductor with socket contact
Air and creep distance
1x4 mm2 /2x1.5 mm2 /12AWG
1x2.5 mm2 /2x1 mm2
4kV/2 DIN VDE 0110
Protection class
Enclosure
Connection blocks
IP 40 IEC 60529
IP 20 IEC 60529
Approved standards
+24VDC
30 mA (300 mA peak during
contact closure)
80 ms
10
1 Nm
EN ISO 13849-1/EN 954-1
EN ISO 13849-2
EN 62061
EN 61496-1,
EN 574, EN 692
EN 60204-1
EN 50178
EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-4
EN 61000-4IEC/EN 61508-1…7
500 m
1
3
100 m
Maximum number of units varies depending on the installation and
cable size. For more information, see the examples in this chapter.
Response time
Relay output (Q1, Q11)
15 – 24 ms
Safe transistor outputs
(Q2, Q12)
11 – 20 ms
Non-safe transistor output
(Q2, Q12)
11 – 20 ms
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Why should you use the Tina Adapter Units?
...to adapt safety sensors to a dynamic single-channel circuit according to PL e!
The Tina devices adapt safety sensors with mechanical contacts, such as emergency stops, switches and
light grids/curtains with dual outputs to the dynamic
safety circuit in Vital and Pluto.
This means Vital/Pluto complies with EN ISO 13849-1 and
1
SIL 3 in EN 62061 and EN 61508 for the connected
safety sensors with the Vital/Pluto controller.
Note that ABB Jokab Safety's dynamic safety sensors, such as Eden and Spot can be connected
directly to the Vital/Pluto circuit without intermediate
Tina devices.
2
Maximum 30 Tina
Units in Series
Tina 2A
Vital
Tina 2B
Tina 3A
Tina 7A
Tina 10A
Individual
Indication
for every
connected
Safety Mat,
Strip or
Bumper
Tina 10B/C
Tina 6A
Pluto
Vital/Pluto Safety Circuit PL e
using Tina Adapter Units
3
4
Bypassing and
Lamp Supervision
Simple Connection Arrangements
Tina 1A
Tina 4A
Tina 8A
Tina 11A
Tina 12A
Tina 5A
...for bypassing of safety sensor
in a dynamic circuit!
...as a connection block for simplified
connection to a dynamic circuit!
The Tina 5A bypass unit is used for bypassing of
safety sensor in a dynamic circuit and provides the
possibility for supervision of bypass lamp indication.
During bypassing of safety devices, e.g. a light grid
or an interlocked gate switch/sensor, it must only be
possible to allow the bypass function if a lamp indication is given. The lamp indication must therefore be
supervised. With this system it is possible to bypass
one or more safety sensors at the same time.
The Tina 4A/8A connection blocks are available with
4 or 8 M12 connections. They are used to enable
several safety sensors having M12 connection cables
to be connected together. The blocks are connected
with a suitable multi-core cable, that contains status
information from each safety component, to the control
cabinet. This enables simplified wiring. The connection block contains electronic circuits which modify
the coded dynamic signal in the safety circuit.
Note: Several connection blocks can be connected to
one Vital/Pluto. Using Tina 4A/8A connection blocks
eliminates connection faults and can significantly reduce
system cable costs.
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Available in Several Variations
1
Tina 2A
Tina 2B
Tina 3A
Tina 7A
Tina 10A
Tina 10B/C
2
4
Tina is available in several versions depending on
the type of safety component that is connected to the
Vital or Pluto circuit. Also available is a bypassing unit,
three connector blocks with 2, 4 or 8 M12 connectors,
and a blind plug for un-used connections.
As an accessory there is a Y-connector for series
or parallel connection and even for connection of light
beams with separate transmitter and receiver. Tina
units are also included in emergency stop models
Smile Tina and Inca Tina. This is to adapt ABB
Jokab Safety's products to dynamic safety circuits.
All Tina-units are designed to decode the dynamic
signal in the safety circuit of Vital/Pluto.
1
Tina 2A/B, Tina 3A and Tina 7A are used to
connect safety components with mechanical contacts, such as emergency stops, switches and light
curtains or light beams with relay outputs.
Note: In order to maintain safety category 4 and to reduce
the risk of electrical interference, Tina 2 A, 3A and 7A units
must be installed within the same physical encapsulation
as the safety component that is to be monitored, and this
is to be connected to the Tina unit with as short a cable
as possible.
Tina 6A
Tina 10A/B/C units are used for connection of Focus
Tina 5A
3
light beams/curtains to Vital or Pluto. Tina 10B has
an extra M12 connector that enables reset, a reset lamp
and switching of the Focus supply voltage. The Tina
10C has an additional M12 connector that permits
a Focus transmitter to receive power.
2
Tina 1A
Tina 4A
Tina 11A
Tina 8A
Tina 12A
Why should you choose Tina?
■Safety circuit,PL e, EN ISO 13849-1
■Individual status indication of every connected
unit in the safety circuit
■Supervision of lamp indicating bypassing
of safety device
■Quick release M12 connector
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Tina 6A is used to connect door sensitive edges
and safety mats, and provides an indication for
each unit. (Tina 7A may also be used.) If a Tina 6A is
connected close to the edge or mat, the risk of electrical interference is reduced.
3
Tina 4A, Tina 8A, Tina 11A and Tina 12A
are used as terminal blocks and simplify connection to a Vital or Pluto safety circuit. Each safety
component is connected to the terminal block via
an M12 connection. A terminal block is connected
to the apparatus enclosure by means of a cable that
also contains status information from each safety
com-ponent that is connected to Tina 4A/Tina 8A and
summed information from Tina 11A/Tina 12A. Tina
1A must be used as a blanking plug in unused M12
connections.
4
Tina 5A is used to bypass the safety sensors
in Vital security loop and for monitoring the indicator light switch off. Tina 5A bypass units are used
for bypassing of safety sensors in a dynamic circuit
and provides the possibility for supervision of bypass
lamp indication.
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Tina 1A Blanking Plug
for Connection Block
Tina 1A is a device that is designed for use with the
connection blocks Tina 4A or Tina 8A where it is
used as a blind plug in unused M12 connections. The
device is fitted with a LED for status indication of the
dynamic safety circuit.
Application
■Used as a blanking plug in unused
M12 connectors at connection blocks
Features
■Indication of status by LED
Approvals
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Tina 1A Technical Data
Manufacturer
ABB AB/Jokab Safety, Sweden
Color
Black
Ordering information
see page 4:57
Approved standards
Level of safety
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 62061
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 954-1
SIL3
SIL3
PL e, category 4
Category 4
PFHd
4.50×10 -9
European Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC
EN ISO 12100-1:2003
EN ISO 12100-2:2003
EN 60204-1:2007
EN 954-1:1996
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
EN 62061:2005
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Power supply
Operating voltage
Total current consumption
IP67
Ambient temperature
Storage: -30…+70°C
Operation: -10…+55°C
Humidity range
35 to 85 %
(with no icing or condensation)
Housing material
Based on polyamide,
Macromelt OM646 (V0)
Connector
M12 5-pole male
Size
48 × 23 × 15 mm (L x W x H)
Weight
~20 g
1
2
3
24. 5
Protection class
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24 VDC + +15%, -25%
17 mA (27 mA with max
information output)
Information output: Max 10 mA
t < 60 µs
Dynamic input: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Dynamic output: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Information output: ~ 23 VDC
LED
Time delay t (in/out)
Voltage supply at normal
operation (protection OK) and
24 VDC supply voltage
Certificates
4
11. 2
5
32
47
5-pin M12 male contact
+24 VDC
Dynamic input signal
0 VDC
Dynamic output signal
Not used
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Tina 2A/B
Adaptation Unit
Tina 2A/B is a device that adapts the safety sensors
with mechanical contacts, such as emergency
stops, switches and light curtains/light grids, with
their own relay outputs to the dynamic safety circuit.
Tina 2A is fitted with M20 contact which simplifies
connection to safety sensors prepared for M20 connection. Tina 2B is very small and can often be placed
in the safety components' enclosure. Both Tina 2A
and Tina 2B are fitted with LEDs for status indication of
the dynamic safety circuit.
Applications
■Adaptation of safety sensors with
mechanical contacts to the dynamic
safety circuit
Example: emergency stops,
switches, light beams/light curtains
with relay outputs
Features
■Simplifies the system as well as
maintaining the safety level
■Indication of status by LED
Approvals
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Tina 2A Technical Data
Manufacturer
ABB AB/Jokab Safety, Sweden
Ordering information
see page 4:57
Level of safety
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 62061
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 954-1
SIL3
SIL3
PL e, category 4
Category 4
PFHd
4.50×10 -9
Certificates
1
2
3
26. 5
Time delay t (in/out)
Voltage supply at normal
operation (protection OK) and
24 VDC supply voltage
24 VDC + 15 %, –25 %
17 mA (27 mA with max
information output)
Information output: Max 10 mA
t < 60 µs
Dynamic input: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Dynamic output: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Information output: ~ 23 VDC
European Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC
EN ISO 12100-1:2003
EN ISO 12100-2:2003
EN 60204-1:2007
EN 954-1:1996
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
EN 62061:2005
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Power supply
Operating voltage
Total current consumption
Approved standards
4
5
11. 2
36. 3
24
45. 3
IP67
1
Ambient temperature
Storage: -30…+70°C
Operation: -10…+55°C
2
Humidity range
35 to 85 %
(with no icing or condensation)
3
Housing material
Based on polyamide, Macromelt
OM646 (V0)
Connector
5x0.34 mm2 wires, 0.15 m
Size
Tina 2A: 43 × 24 × 24 mm
Tina 2B: 28 × 21 × 7 mm
(L x W x H)
Weight
Tina 2A: ~30 g
Tina 2B: ~20 g
Color
Black
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LED
21
Protection class
4
6.8
5
26
Cable connection
Brown: +24 VDC
White: Dynamic input signal
Blue: 0 VDC
Black: Dynamic output signal
Grey: Information
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Tina 3A/Aps
Adaptation Unit
Tina 3A/Aps is a device that adapts the safety sensors
with mechanical positive forced disconnecting
contacts, such as emergency stops, switches
and light curtains/light grids, with their own
relay outputs to the dynamic safety loop.
Both Tina 3A and Tina 3Aps are fitted with
M20 contacts which simplifies connection to safety
sensors prepared for M20 connection. The devices
are then easily connected to the dynamic safety loop
through a 5-pin M12 contact to the Tina device. Tina
3Aps has an extra conductor for the supply voltage to
the safety sensor.
Applications
■Adaptation of mechanical positive
forced disconnecting contacts to the dynamic safety circuit
Example: emergency stops,
switches, light beams/light curtains
with relay outputs
Features
■Simplifies the system as well as
maintaining the safety level
■Indication of status by LED
Approvals
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Tina 3A /3Aps Technical Data
Manufacturer
ABB AB/Jokab Safety, Sweden
Size
54 × 24 × 24 mm (L x W x H)
Ordering information
see page 4:57
Weight
~30 g
Color
Black
Approved standards
European Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC
EN ISO 12100-1:2003
EN ISO 12100-2:2003
EN 60204-1:2007
EN 954-1:1996
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
EN 62061:2005
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Level of safety
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 62061
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 954-1
SIL3
SIL3
PL e, category 4
Category 4
PFHd
4.50×10 -9
Power supply
Operating voltage
Total current consumption
35 to 85 %
(with no icing or condensation)
Housing material
Based on polyamide, Macromelt
OM646 (V0)
Connectors
M12 5-pole connector
Green loop wires (A1 & A2)
Orange loop wires (B1 & B2)
Brown (+24 VDC), Blue (0 VDC)
wires (Tina 3Aps only)
24
11,2
6
47.1
36,3
36.47,1
3
11. 2 24
47.1
56,1
24
56.1
M12
Humidity range
11. 2
36. 3
M12
M12
Storage: -30…+70°C
Operation: -10…+55°C
2
2
Tina
3 3
Aps
3
4
4 5
LED × 2
LED × 2
26.5
IP67
Ambient temperature
1
26,5
10 mA
Dynamic input: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Dynamic output: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Information output: ~ 23 VDC
2
26.5
2
3
41
1
LED × 2
M20×1,5
M20×1.5
4:26
1
12 mA
Protection class
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M20×1.5
Time delay t (in/out)
Current through
safety device contacts
Short circuit current
between contacts
Voltage supply at normal
operation (protection OK) and
24 VDC supply voltage
24 VDC + +15%, -25%
47 mA (57 mA with max
information output)
Information output: Max 10 mA
t < 70 µs
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
3
4
5
56.1
Cable connection
5-pin M12 male contact
Safety circuit A1-A2
Safety circuit A1-A2
Safety circuit B1-B2
Safety circuit B1-B2
Brown: +24 VDC
(only Tina 3 Aps)
Blue: 0 VDC
(only Tina 3Aps)
+24 VDC
Dynamic input signal
0 VDC
Dynamic output signal
Not used
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Tina 4A
Connection Block
Tina 4A is a connection block with four 5-pin M12
connections. It is used to connect multiple safety
sensors with M12 contacts via a single cable to a Vital
controller or Pluto Safety PLC. This simplifies cable
running and reduces cable costs. Multiple connection
blocks can be connected to a Vital/Pluto. Tina 1A is
used for unused M12 connections.
Applications
■Connection block for up to four
safety sensors adapted to the
dynamic safety circuit
Features
■Simplifies cable routing and
reduces cable costs
■Allows branching of up to four safety
sensors to the dynamic safety circuit
Approvals
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Tina 4A Technical Data
Manufacturer
ABB AB/Jokab Safety, Sweden
Ordering information
see page 4:57
Level of safety
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 62061
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 954-1
SIL3
SIL3
PL e, category 4
Category 4
PFHd
4.50×10 -9
Power supply
Operating voltage
Total current consumption
Time delay t (in/out)
Voltage supply at normal
operation (protection OK) and
24 VDC supply voltage
24 VDC + +15 %, –15 %
10 mA (20 mA with max
information summary output)
Information output: Max 10 mA
t < 60 µs
Dynamic input: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Dynamic output: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Information output: ~ 23 VDC
Protection class
IP67
Ambient temperature
Storage: -30…+70°C
Operation: -10…+55°C
Humidity range
35 to 85 %
(with no icing or condensation)
Housing material
Based on polyamide,
Macromelt OM646 (V0)
Connectors
M12 5-pole female (4x)
9-pin connection block
Size
99 × 50 × 43 mm (L x W x H)
Weight
~100 g
Color
Black
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Certificates
European Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC
EN ISO 12100-1:2003
EN ISO 12100-2:2003
EN 60204-1:2007
EN 954-1:1996
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
EN 62061:2005
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2
3
4
Shield
5
6
7
8
13
Connection block
1. +24 VDC
2. Dynamic input signal
3. 0 VDC
4. Dynamic output signal
Cable shield
5. Information (contact #1)
6. Information (contact #2)
7. Information (contact #3)
8. Information (contact #4)
13.Summarized information
(contact #1-4)
5-pin M12
female contact (x4)
1. +24 VDC
2. Dynamic input signal
3. 0 VDC
4. Dynamic output signal
5. Information
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Tina 5A
Adaptation Unit
Function
The Tina 5A is designed for bypassing of safety devices
connected to the Vital/Pluto safety circuit and for supervision of lamp indication.
During bypassing of safety devices, e.g. a light grid or
an interlocked gate, it must only be possible to allow the
bypass function if a lamp indication is on. The lamp
indication must therefore be supervised. Whether indication is required depends on the specific situation and
result of risk analysis.
When the Tina 5A receives a coded dynamic signal
to S1 and the bypass indication lamp is on (connected
across L1-L2), a bypassing output signal is provided on
S2 and S3. A broken or short circuit in the indication
lamp leads to an interruption of the bypass output signal
on S2 and S3, therefore stopping the bypassing.
The dynamic signal to S1 on Tina 5A must be the input
signal from the first of the safety devices intended to bypass. The signal can be connected via output contacts
from a safety relay, a safety timer or be initiated via a
unit providing the dynamic coded signal, as for example an Eden sensor or a Spot light beam. The dynamic
output from S2 or S3 is connected to the output of the
safeguards to be bypassed.
S2 is used if:
• an odd number of dynamic safety units is to be bypassed using an odd number of dynamic safety units,
i.e. the sum of Tina + Eden and Spot units, including
Tina 5A. (See Connection Example HE3824C.)
• an even number of dynamic safety units is to be bypassed using an even number of dynamic safety units,
i.e. the sum of Tina + Eden and Spot units, including
Tina 5A. (See Connection Example HE3824F.)
S3 is used if:
• an odd number of dynamic safety units is to be bypassed using an even number of dynamic safety units,
i.e. the sum of Tina + Eden and Spot units, including
Tina 5A. See (See Connection Example HE3824D.)
• an even number of dynamic safety units is to be bypassed using an odd number of dynamic safety units,
i.e. the sum of Tina + Eden and Spot units, including
Tina 5A. (See Connection Example HE3824E.)
The total number of dynamic safety units is calculated
by adding the number of Eden, Spot and Tina units connected in the Vital circuit. See the Connection Examples
HE3824C, D, E, F or G on pages 5:45 - 5:47.
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Application
■Bypassing of safety devices connected
to the dynamic safety circuit and for
supervision of lamp indication
Features
■One or more safety devices can be bypassed
■Supervised lamp indication
■Indication of status by LED
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Bypassing of Eden and Tina Units
If one or more Eden or Tina units are bypassed by a Tina 5A, a diode, such as a
1N4007, must be inserted with forward current out from pin 4 of the last bypassed unit. If
one or more Eden or Tina units are bypassed
by one or more Eden or Tina units direct to
each other, a diode, such as a 1N4007, must
be inserted by the last unit in both loops
with forward current out from pin 4. Refer to
example HD3801A. In the case of bypassing
of a Tina 10A, B or C, or of more than one unit
towards each other, it is recommended that a
Tina 5A or M12-3M is used. See the Connection Examples HE3824C, D, E, F or G.
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Vital 5A Technical Data
Manufacturer
ABB AB/Jokab Safety, Sweden
Ordering information
see page 4:58
Level of safety
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 62061
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 954-1
SIL3
SIL3
PL e, category 4
Category 4
PFHd
4.50×10 -9
Power supply
Operating voltage
Current consumption, A1-A2
Bypass connection
Time delay t (in/out)
Voltage supply at normal
operation (protection OK) and 24
VDC supply voltage
24 VDC + +10%, -10%
No bypass: 10 mA
Bypass using a 5 W indication
lamp: 240 mA
Tina 5A can bypass max. 30
Eden/Tina-units or 6 Spot T/R
t < 260 µs
Dynamic input: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Dynamic output: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Information output: ~ 23 VDC
Protection class
Enclosure: IP40
Connection block: IP20
Ambient temperature
-10…+55°C
Humidity range
35 to 85 %
(with no icing or condensation)
Housing material
Based on polyamide, Macromelt
OM646 (V0)
Connectors
Connection blocks with a total of
8 terminals (2 x 4)
Mounting
35 mm DIN rail
Size
120 × 84 × 22.5 mm (L x W x H)
Weight
~135 g
Color
Grey
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Certificates
European Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC
EN ISO 12100-1:2003
EN ISO 12100-2:2003
EN 60204-1:2007
EN 954-1:1996
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
EN 62061:2005
EN 61496-1:2004 + A1:2008
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+A1: +24 VDC
Y14: Information of bypass
L1-L2:
Bypass lamp
(or 820 ohm/2W resistor)
-A2: 0 VDC
S1: Dynamic signal in
S2:
Dynamic signal out,
transcoded
S4:
Dynamic signal out,
transcoded twice
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Tina 6A
Adaptation Unit
Tina 6A monitors short circuits. It is used to adapt the
safety sensors with safety contact strips and safety
mats with relay outputs to the dynamic safety circuit.
The device is fitted with a LED for status indication of
the dynamic safety circuit.
Application
■Short circuit monitoring and adaptation
of safety sensors to the dynamic safety
circuit
For example: contact edges, bumpers and
safety mats
Features
■Simplifies the system as well as
maintaining the safety level
■Indication of status by LED
Approvals
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Tina 6A Technical Data
Manufacturer
ABB AB/Jokab Safety, Sweden
Size
63 × 31 × 15 (L × W × H)
Ordering Information
see page 4:58
Weight
~30 g
Color
Black
Approved standards
European Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC
EN ISO 12100-1:2003
EN ISO 12100-2:2003
EN 60204-1:2007
EN 954-1:1996
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
EN 62061:2005
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Level of safety
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 62061
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 954-1
SIL3
SIL3
PL e, category 4
Category 4
PFHd
4.50×10 -9
Power supply
Operating voltage
Total current consumption
4:30
12 mA
10 mA
t < 70 µs
Dynamic input: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Dynamic output: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Information output: ~ 23 VDC
Protection class
IP67
Ambient temperature
Storage: -30…+70°C
Operation: -10…+55°C
Humidity range
35 to 85 %
(with no icing or condensation)
Housing material
Based on polyamide,
Macromelt OM646 (V0)
Connectors
M12 5-pole male
M12 5-pole female
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1
2
1
M12
M12
3
2
33
Current through
safety device contacts
Short circuit
current between contacts
Time delay t (in/out)
Voltage supply at normal
operation (protection OK) and
24 VDC supply voltage
24 VDC + +15%, -25%
47 mA (57 mA with
max information output)
Information output: Max 10 mA
4
11. 2
3
4
5
33
62.2
LED
×2
5
5-pin M12 male contact
5-pin M12 female contact
+24 VDC
Dynamic input signal
0 VDC
Dynamic output signal
Information
Safety circuit A1-A2
Safety circuit A1-A2
Safety circuit B1-B2
Safety circuit B1-B2
Not used
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Tina 7A
Adaptation Unit
Tina 7A is a device that adapts the safety sensors
with mechanical contacts, such as emergency stops,
switches and light curtains/light grids, with their own
relay outputs to the dynamic safety circuit.
The device is designed for installation in an equipment cabinet where it can be mounted directly on a
35 mm DIN rail, and the conductors are then connected directly to the screw terminals.
Features
■Simplifies the system as well as
maintaining the safety level
■Indication of status by LED
■Adapted for easy installation on
35 mm DIN rail cabinets
Application
■Adaptation of safety controls with mechanical
contacts to the dynamic safety circuit inside the
same enclosure.
Approvals
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Tina 7A Technical Data
Manufacturer
ABB AB/Jokab Safety, Sweden
Mounting
DIN rail
Ordering information
see page 4:58
Size
61 × 46 × 14 (L × W × H)
Weight
~35 g
Color
Black
Approved standards
European Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC
EN ISO 12100-1:2003
EN ISO 12100-2:2003
EN 60204-1:2007
EN 954-1:1996
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
EN 62061:2005
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SIL3
PL e, category 4
Category 4
PFHd
4.50×10 -9
62
12 mA
1
10 mA
t < 70 µs
Dynamic input:
between 9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Dynamic output:
between 9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Information output: ~ 23 VDC
Protection class
IP20
Ambient temperature
Storage: -30…+70°C
Operation: -10…+55°C
Humidity range
35 to 85 %
(with no icing or condensation)
Housing material
Based on polyamide,
Macromelt OM646 (V0)
Connectors
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5-pin connection block (power
supply, dynamic in/out, info)
4-pin connection block
(safety loop A1-A2, B1-B2)
Max length on leads connected to
terminals 6, 7, 8 and 9 is 200mm
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3
35, 5
Current through
safety device contacts
Short circuit current
between contacts
Time delay t (in/out)
Voltage supply at normal
operation (protection OK) and
24 VDC supply voltage
24 VDC + +15%, -25%
47 mA (57 mA
with max information output)
Information output: Max 10 mA
4
5
6
7
13
Power supply
Operating voltage
Total current consumption
45, 7
Level of safety
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 62061
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 954-1
8
9
Connection block
+24 VDC
Dynamic input signal
0 VDC
Dynamic output signal
Information
Safety circuit A1-A2
Safety circuit A1-A2
Safety circuit B1-B2
Safety circuit B1-B2
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Tina 8A
Connection Block
Tina 8A is a connection block with eight 5-pin M12
connections. It is used to connect multiple safety
sensors with M12 contacts via a single cable to a
Vital controller or Pluto PLC. This simplifies cable
running and reduces cable costs. Multiple connection
blocks can be connected to a Vital/Pluto. Tina 1A is
used for unused M12 connections.
Application
■Short circuit monitoring and adaptation
of connection block for up to eight
safety sensors adapted to the dynamic
safety circuit
Features
■Simplifies cable routing
and reduces cable costs
■Allows branching of up to four safety
sensors to the dynamic safety circuit
Approvals
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Tina 8A Technical Data
Manufacturer
ABB AB/Jokab Safety, Sweden
Ordering information
see page 4:58
Level of safety
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 62061
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 954-1
SIL3
SIL3
PL e, category 4
Category 4
PFHd
4.50×10 -9
Power supply
Operating voltage
Total current consumption
Time delay t (in/out)
Voltage supply at
normal operation (protection OK)
and 24 VDC supply voltage
4:32
Certificates
European Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC
EN ISO 12100-1:2003
EN ISO 12100-2:2003
EN 60204-1:2007
EN 954-1:1996
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
EN 62061:2005
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24 VDC + +15%, -15%
15 mA (25 mA with max
information summary output)
Information output: Max 10 mA
t < 60 µs
Dynamic input: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Dynamic output: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Information output: ~ 23 VDC
Protection class
IP67
Ambient temperature
Storage: -30…+70°C
Operation: -10…+55°C
Humidity range
35 to 85 %
(with no icing or condensation)
Housing material
Based on polyamide,
Macromelt OM646 (V0)
Connectors
M12 5-pole female (8x)
13-pin connection block
Size
149 × 50 × 43 (L × W × H)
Weight
~140 g
Color
Black
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2
3
4
Shield
5
6
12
13
Connection block
1. +24 VDC
2. Dynamic input signal
3. 0 VDC
4. Dynamic output signal
Cable shield
5. Information (contact #1)
6. Information (contact #2)
7. Information (contact #3)
8. Information (contact #4)
9. Information (contact #5)
10.Information (contact #6)
11.Information (contact #7)
12.Information (contact #8)
13.Summarized information
(contact #1-8)
5-pin M12
female contact (x8)
+24 VDC
Dynamic input signal
0 VDC
Dynamic output signal
Information
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Connection Examples of Safety Sensors to Tina 8A
Connection 1
Connection 4
One Eden is connected directly to the Tina 8A. The
Eden status is shown by an LED on the Adam sensor.
A status information signal is also connected to Tina 8A.
A safety mat is connected via a Tina 6 A to the Tina
8A. (A safety strip or safety bumper is connected in
the same manner.) Two LEDs in Tina 6A shows the
status of the mat. The same status information signal
is connected to Tina 8A.
Connection 2
One Focus safety light grid/curtain is connected to
the Tina 8A via a Tina 10A. The output from the Tina
10A is via a M12 connector. The connection between
Tina 10A and Tina 8A is achieved using a cable with
M12 connectors on each end.
The Tina 10A has two LEDs which show the status
of the light grid. The same status information signal
is connected to the Tina 8A. Tina10A and the Focus
transmitter are connected to Tina 8A via an M12-3B.
Connection 3
A Spot 10 light beam is connected directly to Tina 8A.
A ‘Y’ connector M12-3B for M12 plugs is connected to the transmitter and the receiver. The status information shown on the Spot LED is also connected to Tina
8A.
Connection 5
One Smile is connected to the Tina 8A. The information shown by an LED on the Smile is also connected
to the terminal block on the Tina 8A.
Connection 6
A safety interlock switch is connected via a Tina 3A
mounted directly on the switch. The output from the
Tina 3A is via a M12 connector. The connection between
the Tina 3A and the Tina 8A is therefore simply made
with a cable with M12 connectors on each end. On
the Tina 3A there is a LED which shows the status of
the switch. The same information signal is connected
to the Tina 8A.
Connection 7
A Spot 35, transmitter and receiver are connected
directly to to the Tina 8A via a M12-3B ’Y’ connector.
The status information shown by the LED on the Spot
is also connected to the Tina 8A.
Connection 8
Tina 1A is a plug which has to be connected to Tina 8A
inputs when no sensor is required, in order to complete
the safety connection circuit.
Vital Safety
Controller
Tina 4A
Tina 8A
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the Tina 4A/8A must be connected
to sensors or have Tina 1A plugs fitted.
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Tina 10A/B/C
Adaptation Unit
Tina 10 A/B/C are three connection
units with M12 connections, that make
it easy to connect a light curtain or light beam
Focus with OSSD outputs to the dynamic safety
circuits of Vital and Pluto. This also enables complete
external interconnections, with M12 cabling, which
reduces the cabling to and connections in the apparatus enclosure. Tina 10 A/B/C has LEDs for function
indication, with green, red or flashing green/red
indications.
Tina 10A has two M12 connections that are
connected to: 1) Vital/Pluto and 2) a light curtain/light
beam Focus receiver. See the Connection Example
HR7000L-01 on page 6:36.
Tina 10B has three M12 connections that are
connected to: 1) Vital/Pluto and 2) a light curtain/light
beam Focus receiver, and 4: An external reset button
and muting lamp, such as unit FMI-1C. See the
Connection Examples HR7000L-01 on page 6:36.
Tina 10C has three M12 connections that are
connected to: 1) Vital/Pluto and 2) a light curtain/light
beam Focus receiver, and 4: a light curtain/light beam
Focus Transmitter. See the Connection Examples
HH3302D on page 4:49, HR7000L-01 on page 6:36.
Application
■Adaptation of safety sensors with
OSSD outputs to the dynamic
safety circuit. For example: Focus
light curtain/light beam
Features
■Simplifies the system as well as
maintaining the safety level
■Indication of status by LED
Approvals
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Tina 10A, 10B and 10C Connnections
Tina 10A
Tina 10B
2
1
1
3
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Tina 10C
2
1
3
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Tina 10A, 10B and 10C Technical Data
Manufacturer
ABB AB/Jokab Safety, Sweden
Ordering information
see page 4:58
Level of safety
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 62061
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 954-1
SIL3
SIL3
PL e, category 4
Category 4
PFHd
4.50×10 -9
Power supply
Operating voltage
Total current consumption
Storage: –10…+55° C
Operation: –10…+55° C
35 to 85 %
(without icing or condesation)
Housing material
Based on polyamide,
Macromelt OM646 (V0)
Size
74 × 36 × 11 mm (L × W × H)
Weight
~40 g
Color
Black
Connectors
Tina 10A
Tina 10B
Tina 10C
13.4
46.5
77
11.2
46.5
13.4
77
11.2
46.5
36
Number of units connected to
Pluto, Vital 2 or 3, per input
Max. number of Tina 10A/B/C:
6
4 when Focus is supplied
by Vital and a reset lamp is used
6 when Focus is supplied
separately or no reset lamp
is used
11.2
36
Humidity range
4.
5
IP67
Ambient temperature
Number of units
connected to Vital 1
Max. number of Tina 10A:
Max. number of Tina 10B/C:
Certificates
24 VDC + +20%, -20%
60 mA
(70 mA with max. info signal out)
Info signal out: Max. 10 mA
t < 120 µs
Dynamic input signal:
9 to 13 V (RMS)
Dynamic output signal:
9 to 13 V (RMS)
Info signal out: ~23 VDC
Protection class
European Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC
EN ISO 12100-1:2003
EN ISO 12100-2:2003
EN 60204-1:2007
EN 954-1:1996
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
EN 62061:2005
EN 61496-1:2004 + A1:2008
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Time delay t (in/out)
Voltage supply at normal
operation (protection OK) and
24 VDC supply voltage
Approved standards
2
1: for Vital or Pluto
2: for Focus receiver
1: for Vital or Pluto
2: for Focus receiver
3: for Reset unit
1: for Vital or Pluto
2: for Focus receiver
3: for Focus transmitter
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Tina 11A
Terminal Block
Tina 11A is a connection block with two 5-pin M12
connections. It is used to connect two safety sensors
with M12 contacts via a single cable to a Vital controller
or Pluto Safety PLC. This simplifies cable running and
reduces cable costs. Multiple connection blocks can
be connected to a Vital/Pluto.
Application
■Terminal block for connection of
two safety sensors with 5-pin M12
connectors and adaptation to the
dynamic safety circuit
Features
■Simplifies cable routing
and reduces cable costs
■Allows connection of two safety
sensors to the dynamic safety circuit
Approvals
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Tina 11A Technical Data
Manufacturer
ABB AB/Jokab Safety, Sweden
Ordering information
see page 4:58
Level of safety
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 62061
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 954-1
SIL3
SIL3
PL e, category 4
Category 4
PFHd
4.50×10 -9
Power supply
Operating voltage
Total current consumption
Time delay t (in/out)
Voltage supply at normal
operation (protection OK) and
24 VDC supply voltage
Certificates
IP67
Ambient temperature
Storage: -30…+70°C
Operation: -10…+55°C
11. 2
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
European Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC
EN ISO 12100-1:2003
EN ISO 12100-2:2003
EN 60204-1:2007
EN 954-1:1996
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
EN 62061:2005
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1
2
36
24 VDC + +15%, -15%
17 mA (27 mA with
max information output)
Information output: Max 10 mA
t < 60 µs
Dynamic input: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Dynamic output: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Information output: ~ 23 VDC
Protection class
3
4
5
46.5
Humidity range
35 to 85 %
(with no icing or condensation)
Housing material
Based on polyamide, Macromelt
OM646 (V0)
5-pin M12 female
connector (contact #2-3)
5-pin M12 male
connector (contact #1)
Connectors
Out: M12 5-pole male (nr 2)
In: M12 5-pole female (nr 1.3)
Size
74 × 36 × 11 mm (L × W × H)
Weight
~40 g
Color
Black
+24 VDC
Dynamic input signal
0 VDC
Dynamic output signal
Information
+24 VDC
Dynamic input signal
0 VDC
Dynamic output signal
Summarized information (contact #2-3)
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Tina 12A
Terminal Block
Tina 12A is a connection block with two 8-pin
M12 connections. It is used to connect two process
locks (Dalton or Magne 2A/B) with integrated Eden
sensors via a single cable to a Vital controller or Pluto
Safety PLC. This simplifies cable running and reduces
cable costs. Multiple connection blocks can be connected to a Vital/Pluto.
Tina 12A has three 8-pin M12 contacts that
connect to: 1) Pluto/Vital, information for sensors
and locks and lock signals, 2) Dalton with Eden No 1
and 3) Dalton with Eden No 2.
Application
■ Terminal block for connection of two safety sensors with 8-pin M12 connectors and
adaptation to the dynamic safety circuit
For example: Dalton, Magne and Knox
Features
■Simplifies cable routing and
reduces cable costs
■Allows connection of two safety
sensors to the dynamic safety circuit
Approvals
TÜV Nord
Tina 12A Technical Data
Manufacturer
ABB AB/Jokab Safety, Sweden
Size
74 × 36 × 11 mm (L × W × H)
Ordering information
see page 4:58
Weight
~40 g
Color
Black
Approved standards
European Machinery Directive
2006/42/EC
EN ISO 12100-1:2003
EN ISO 12100-2:2003
EN 60204-1:2007
EN 954-1:1996
EN ISO 13849-1:2008
EN 62061:2005
TÜV Nord
Level of safety
IEC/EN 61508-1…7
EN 62061
EN ISO 13849-1
EN 954-1
SIL3
SIL3
PL e, category 4
Category 4
PFHd
4.50×10 -9
Power supply
Operating voltage
Total current consumption
Protection class
IP67
Ambient temperature
Storage: -30…+70°C
Operation: -10…+55°C
Humidity range
35 to 85 %
(with no icing or condensation)
Housing material
Based on polyamide,
Macromelt OM646 (V0)
Connectors
To Vital/Pluto:
M12 8-pole male (nr 2)
From safety device:
M12 8-pole female (nr 1.3)
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Certificates
36
Time delay t (in/out)
Voltage supply at normal
operation (protection OK) and
24 VDC supply voltage
24 VDC + +15%, -15%
60 mA (70 mA with
max information output)
Information output: Max 10 mA
t < 60 µs
Dynamic input: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Dynamic output: between
9 and 13 volt (RMS)
Information output: ~ 23 VDC
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Accessories
’Y’ branch with M12 connection and M12-connection device with screw connectors
M12-3A
M12-3B
M12-3D
M12-3E
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
Female
2
2
3
2
2
3
3
1
Male
Female
See the
Connection Examples
HA3306C, D – pages 5:42, 5:43
HH3300A, D – page 5:48
M12-C01
1
Male
Male
See the
Connection Examples
HA3306C, D – pages 5:42, 5:43
HH3300D – page 5:48
HH3302D – page 5:49
M12-C02
*
Female
1
M12-C03
*
Male
3
1
Female
Male
See the
Connection Examples
HR7000L – page 5:36
HR7000O – page 5:37
See the
Connection Examples
HB0001A, 2A, 4A and 6A
pages 5:51, 5:52, 5:53
Note: See product list for applications
M12-C04
*
Female
*
Male
Female
Male
* Seen from the cable connection side
Cabling
Many of ABB Jokab Safety's products are
connected using standard M12 connectors.
This facilitates installation, saving a lot of time,
and also dramatically reducing the risk of
incorrect connection.
We have therefore developed cables with
5 conductors (5 x 0.34 mm + screening) or
8 conductors (8 x 0.34 mm + screening) which
offer the advantages that we believe a good
cable should have. These are available in any length
and in various standard lengths, with molded straight
or angled male or female connectors. Particularly suitable
cables for the Tina 4A and Tina 8A units are C9 and C13.
They have thicker, 0.75 mm2 conductors for the feed line
and 0.5 mm2 for the other conductors + screening. Refer
to the component list for the variants that are available.
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Advantages
■ Area 0.34 mm2
■Always screened cable
■The screen is always connected
to negative in male connectors
■The guide pin in the small
connector is indicated by
a recessed arrow that is easy
to recognize
■Convenient cable in PVC
■The cable is also
available in any length
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Example of Safety Component Connections based on ‘Y’ Branch
2
3
2
2
3
2
Tina
11A
2
1
2
3
1
Tina
10C
1
1
2
3
1
3
Tina
6A
2
3
1
M12
3B
1
2
3
1
1
2
3
M12
3A
1
3
Vital Safety
Controller
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Connection Examples Contents
HA3300A-01
Connection Example Vital 1.................................. 4:41
HA3301A
Vital 1 with Several Eden.......................................4:41
HA3302A
Vital 1 and Tina 4A with 4 Eden............................ 4:42
HA3302B
Vital 1 and 2 Tina 4A and 4 Eden
and Emergency Stop.............................................4:42
HA3303A
Vital 1 with Emergency Stop/Tina 2A....................4:43
HA3304A
Vital 1 with Emergency Stop/Tina 3A....................4:43
HA3305A
Vital 1 with Eden and
Focus Light Grid/Tina 10C.................................... 4:44
HA3306C
Vital 1 with 2 Spot Light Beams.............................4:44
HA3306D
Vital 1 with 3 Spot Light Beams............................ 4:45
HA3307A
Vital 1 with Eden, Light Grid/Tina 3A
and Emergency Stop/Tina 7A............................... 4:45
HD3800A-01
Vital 1 with Spot Safety Light Beam..................... 4:46
HD3801A-01
Vital 1, Series and Parallel.....................................4:46
HE3811B-01
Safety Light Beam Spot
with Time-Limited Reset....................................... 4:47
HE3824C-01
Light Beam with Time-Limited
Bypass 0.2 – 40 s................................................... 4:47
HE3824D-01
Eden and Bypassed
Light Beam with Eden........................................... 4:48
HE3824E-01
Light Beams with Time-Limited
Bypass 0.2–40 s....................................................4:48
HE3824F-01
Eden and 2 Bypass
Light Beams with Eden......................................... 4:49
HE3824G-01
Eden and 2 Separately
Bypassed Light Beams......................................... 4:49
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HH3300A
Vital 1 with Different Types of
Safety Devices and M12–3A................................. 4:50
HH3300D
Vital 1 with Tina 4A and Different
Types of Safety Devices........................................ 4:50
HH3302D
Vital 1 with Tina 8A and Different
Types of Safety Devices........................................ 4:51
HH3301E
Connection Example Vital 1.................................. 4:51
HH3400A2
Vital 1 Solutions.................................................... 4:52
HB0005A
Vital with Eden and Inca Emergency
Stop, with Separate Reset.................................... 4:52
HB0006A
Vital with 4 Eden Units + Reset
via M12-3E and Tina 4A....................................... 4:53
HB0007A
Vital with Two Dalton Units
via Tina 12A.......................................................... 4:53
HB0001A
Pluto with Smile Emergency Stop Unit +
Reset via M12-3E and Adam via Tina 4A............. 4:54
HB0002A
Pluto with Five Eden Units, for Two Zones
via M12-3E and Tina 4A....................................... 4:54
HB0003A
Pluto with Smile and Inca Emergency
Stop Units, via Tina 11A and Tina 4A................... 4:55
HB0004A
Pluto with Different Zones for Eden + Reset
and Two Eden units + via M12-3E........................ 4:55
HH3301D
Connection Example – Vital 1 and Tina 8A
with Different Safety Device Types....................... 4:56
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HA3300A-01 Connection Example
Vital 1
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HA3301A Vital 1 Connection Example
Vital 1 with Several Eden
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HA3302A Connection Example
Vital 1 and Tina 4A with 4 Eden
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HA3302B Connection Example
Vital 1 and 2 Tina 4A and 4 Eden and Emergency Stop
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
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HA3303A Connection Example
Vital 1 with Emergency Stop/Tina 2A
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HA3304A Connection Example
Vital 1 with Emergency Stop/Tina 3A
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HA3305A Connection Example
Vital 1 with Eden and Focus Light Grid/Tina 10C
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HA3306C Connection Example
Vital 1 with 2 Spot Light Beams
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
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HA3306D Connection Example
Vital 1 with 3 Spot Light Beams
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HA3307A Connection Example
Vital 1 with Eden, Light Grid/Tina 3A and Emergency Stop/Tina 7A
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HD3800A-01 Connection Example
Vital 1 with Spot Safety Light Beam
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HD3801A-01 Connection Example
Vital 1, Series and Parallel
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
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HE3811B-01 Connection Example
Safety Spot Light Beam with Time-Limited Reset
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HE3824C-01 Connection Example
Light Beam with Time-Limited Bypass 0.2 – 40 s
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HE3824D-01 Connection Example
Eden and Bypassed Light Beam with Eden
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HE3824E-01 Connection Example
Light Beams with Time-Limited Bypass 0.2–40 s
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
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HE3824F-01 Connection Example
Eden and 2 Bypass Light Beams with Eden
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HE3824G-01 Connection Example
Eden and 2 Separately Bypassed Light Beams
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HH3300A Connection Example
Vital 1 with Different Types of Safety Devices and M12–3A
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HH3300D Connection Example
Vital 1 with Tina 4A and Different Types of Safety Devices
a
b
c
a
b
Dominate
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
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HH3302D Connection Example
Vital 1 with Tina 8A and Different Types of Safety Devices
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HH3301E Connection Example
Vital 1
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HH3400A2 Connection Example
Vital 1 Solutions
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HB0005A Connection Example
Vital with Eden and Inca Emergency Stop, with Separate Reset
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
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HB0006A Connection Example
Vital with 4 Eden Units + Reset via M12-3E and Tina 4A
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HB0007A Connection Example
Vital with Two Dalton Units via Tina 12A
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HB0001A Connection Example
Pluto with Smile Emergency Stop Unit + Reset via M12-3E and Adam via Tina 4A
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HB0002A Connection Example
Pluto with Five Eden Units, for Two Zones via M12-3E and Tina 4A
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
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HB0003A Connection Example
Pluto with Smile and Inca Emergency Stop Units, via Tina 11A and Tina 4A
SEE DISCLAIMER ON PAGE 4:61
HB0004A Connection Example
Pluto with Different Zones for Eden + Reset and Two Eden units + via M12-3E
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HH3301D Connection Example
Vital 1 and Tina 8A with Different Safety Device Types
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Component List - Vital/Tina
Designation
Ordering Information Description
Vital 1
2TLJ020052R1000 Safety controller with 2 safety outputs, uses unique dynamic signal
technology, automatic or manual supervised reset, test input for moni
toring of external positive guided relays/contactors, 5 LED indicators,
1 dual purpose information output, quick release terminal blocks, 22.5mm
wide, 24VDC supply. Meets safety category 4, dynamic self test.
Vital 2
2TLJ020070R4300 Safety controller with 2 independant input circuits, up to 10 devices
per circuit. 2 output groups. Group 2 can be set for time delay. LED
indication and three different modes of operation. 24VDC supply.
Meets safety category 4.
Vital 3
2TLJ020070R4400
Safety controller with 2 independant input circuits. Circuit 1 is for 2
channel devices, circuit 2 is for up to 10 dynamic devices. 2 output
groups. Group 2 can be set for time delay. LED indication and three
different modes of operation. 24VDC supply. Meets safety category 4.
Tina 1A
2TLJ020054R0000 Tina M12 dynamic port plug for Tina 4A/8A connection blocks. Must
be used to fill empty ports not used on connection blocks. Multi-function
status indicator LED.
Tina 2A2TLJ020054R0100
Dynamic adapter for connecting potential free dry contact safety devices
to the Vital 1 controller or Pluto Safety PLC. M20 thread connection for
direct connection to the safety device or safety device enclosure, multi
function status indicator LED, integrated information output 24VDC 10mA. Comes with plastic locking nut.
Tina 2B
2TLJ020054R1100
Dynamic adapter for connecting potential free dry contact safety
devices to the Vital 1 controller or Pluto Safety PLC. Multi-function
status indicator LED, integrated information output 24VDC - 10mA.
For mounting inside of an enclosure.
Tina 3A2TLJ020054R0200
Dynamic adapter with 5 pole M12 male quick disconnect for connecting
potential free dry contact safety devices to the Vital 1 controller or
Pluto Safety PLC. M20 thread connection for direct connection to the
safety device or safety device enclosure, multi-function status indicator
LEDs, integrated information output 24VDC - 10mA. Comes with plastic
locking nut.
Tina 3Aps2TLJ020054R1400
Dynamic adapter with 5 pole M12 male quick disconnect for connecting
potential free dry contact safety devices to the Vital 1 controller or
Pluto Safety PLC. M20 thread connection for direct connection to the
safety device or safety device enclosure, multi-function status indicator
LEDs, integrated information output 24VDC - 10mA, 24VDC and 0VDC
power leads for powering up devices. Comes with plastic locking nut.
Tina 4A2TLJ020054R0300
Dynamic 4 port connection block for connecting up to 4 safety devices
with dynamic signal. Ports are 5 pole M12 female quick disconnects.
Cable gland cover with internal terminal block for wiring 24VDC supply,
dynamic signal input/output from Vital 1 controller or Pluto Safety PLC
information outputs for each port, and summation output.
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Designation
Ordering Information Description
Tina 5A
2TLJ020054R0400 Dynamic bypass connection module for bypassing safety devices
with dynamic signal connected to Vital 1 controller. Can bypass one or
multiple devices at once. 24VDC supply, LED indicators, information
output Y14 rated at 24VDC - 10mA, quick disconnect terminal blocks,
22.5mm wide and monitoring of bypassing light (24VDC - 1 to 5W
maximum).
Tina 6A
2TLJ020054R0600
Dynamic adapter with in-line 5 pole M12 male & female quick disconnects for connecting safety mats or strips with M12 connector to the
Vital 1 controller or Pluto Safety PLC. Multi-function status indicator
LEDs, integrated information output 24VDC - 10mA.
Tina 7A
2TLJ020054R0700
Dynamic adapter, din rail mount with quick disconnect for connecting
potential free dry contact safety devices to the Vital 1 controller or
Pluto Safety PLC. Multi-function status indicator LEDs, integrated
information output 24VDC - 10mA.
Tina 8A
2TLJ020054R0500
Dynamic connection block with 8 ports for connecting up to 8 safety
devices with dynamic signals. Ports are 5 pole M12 female quick
disconnects. Cable gland cover with internal terminal block for wiring
24VDC supply, dynamic signal input/output from Vital 1 controller and
information outputs for each port.
Tina 10A2TLJ020054R1200
Dynamic adapter with 5 pole M12 male quick disconnect for connecting
transistor output safety devices to the Vital 1 controller or Pluto Safety
PLC. 8 pole M12 female quick disconnect for direct connection to the
safety device or safety device enclosure, multi-function status indicator
LEDs, integrated information output 24VDC - 10mA.
Tina 10B2TLJ020054R1300
Dynamic adapter with 5 pole M12 male quick disconnect for connecting
transistor output safety devices to the Vital 1 controller or Pluto Safety
PLC. 5 pole M12 female quick disconnect for connecting a local reset
and power off push button. 8 pole M12 female quick disconnect for direct
connection to the safety device or safety device enclosure, multi-function
status indicator LEDs, integrated information output 24VDC - 10mA.
Tina 10C2TLJ020054R1600
Dynamic adapter with 5 pole M12 male quick disconnect for connecting
transistor output safety devices to the Vital 1 controller or Pluto Safety
PLC. 5 pole M12 female quick disconnect for connecting and powering
the transmitter. 8 pole M12 female quick disconnect for direct connection
to the safety device or safety device enclosure, multi-function status
indicator LEDs, integrated information output 24VDC - 10mA.
Tina 11A2TLJ020054R1700
Dynamic 2 port connection block for connecting up to 2 safety devices
with dynamic signals. Ports are 5 pole M12 female quick disconnects.
5 pole M12 male quick disconnect for connecting the safety devices
to the Vital 1 controller. Multi-function status indicator LEDs, integrated
information output 24VDC - 10mA.
Tina 12A2TLJ020054R1800
Dynamic 2 port connection block for connecting up to 2 safety devices
with dynamic signals and locking inputs. Ports are 8 pole M12 female
quick disconnects. 8 pole M12 male quick disconnect for connecting
the safety devices to the Vital 1 controller. Multi-function status indicator
LEDs, integrated information output 24VDC - 10mA.
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Designation
Ordering Information Description
M12-3A2TLA020055R0000 M12 Y connector for series connection for Vital/Pluto safety devices
such as Eden Sensors, Smile E-Stops, Inca E-Stops, Spot Single Beams,
and Tina Dynamic Adapters. 5 pole M12 female quick disconnect
connector for connection of the safety device. 5 pole M12 male quick
disconnect for connecting 24VDC, 0VDC and the dynamic transmit
signal to the field devices. 5 pole M12 female quick disconnect con
nector for either the continuation of the circuit or the return of the
dynamic receive signal to the Vital 1/Pluto controller.
M12-3B
2TLA020055R0100
M12 Y connector for the parallel connection of 2 Vital/Pluto safety
devices such as Eden Sensors, Spot Signal Beams and Tina Dynamic
Adapters. Two 5 pole M12 female quick disconnect connectors for
connection of the safety devices. 5 pole M12 male quick disconnect
for connection to the Vital 1/Pluto controller.
M12-3D
2TLA020055R0300
M12 Y connector parallel Connection. 1 M12 8 pole female connector
for connection of the Focus Receiver, 1 M12 5 Pole female connector
for connection of the Focus Transmitter and 1 M12 8 pole male connector for panel connection.
M12-3E
2TLA020055R0200 M12 Y connector for the connection of 2 different safety or non-safety
circuits in one cable. 5 pole M12 female quick disconnect connector
for connection of the first circuit. 5 pole M12 female quick disconnect
connector for connection of the second circuit. 5 pole M12 male quick
disconnect for connection to IQs on the Pluto controller.
M12-C612TLA020056R0000
Cable single ended 6 meter black PVC jacket with straight 5 pole M12
female molded connector, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.
M12-C101
2TLA020056R1000 Cable single ended 10 meter black PVC jacket with straight 5 pole
M12 female molded connector, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.
M12-C201
2TLA020056R1400 Cable single ended 20 meter black PVC jacket with straight 5 pole
M12 female molded connector, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.
M12-C61V
2TLA020056R0100
Cable single ended 6 meter black PVC jacket with angled 5 pole M12
female molded connector, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.
M12-C101V
2TLA020056R1100 Cable single ended 10 meter black PVC jacket with angled 5 pole
M12 female molded connector, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.
M12-C62
2TLA020056R0200 Cable single ended 6 meter black PVC jacket with straight 5 pole
M12 male molded connector, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.*
M12-C102
2TLA020056R1200 Cable single ended 10 meter black PVC jacket with straight 5 pole
M12 male molded connector, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.*
*Screen connected to pin 7 (0VDC) on male connector.
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Designation
Ordering Information Description
M12-C1122TLA020056R2000
Extension cable 1 meter, black PVC jacket with straight 5 pole M12
male/female connectors, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.*
M12-C3122TLA020056R2100
Extension cable 3 meters, black PVC jacket with straight 5 pole M12
male/female connectors, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.*
M12-C6122TLA020056R2200
Extension cable 6 meters, black PVC jacket with straight 5 pole M12
male/female connectors, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.*
M12-C10122TLA020056R2300
Extension cable 10 meters, black PVC jacket with straight 5 pole M12
male/female connectors, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.*
M12-C20122TLA020056R2400
Extension cable 20 meters, black PVC jacket with straight 5 pole M12
male/female connectors, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.*
M12-C63
2TLA020056R3000 Cable single ended 6 meters black PVC jacket with straight 8 pole
M12 female molded connector, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.
M12-C103
2TLA020056R4000 Cable single ended 10 meters black PVC jacket with straight 8 pole
M12 female molded connector, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.
M12-C203
2TLA020056R4100 Cable single ended 20 meters black PVC jacket with straight 8 pole
M12 female molded connector, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.
M12-C1342TLA020056R5000
Extension cable 1 meter, black PVC jacket with straight 8 pole M12
male/female connectors, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.*
M12-C3342TLA020056R5100
Extension cable 3 meter, black PVC jacket with straight 8 pole M12
male/female connectors, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.*
M12-CT01222TLA020060R0000
Transfer cable 10cm, black PVC jacket with 2 straight 5 pole M12 male
connectors, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield. Pin 2 transfers to
pin 4 for connection to M12-3A Y connector.
M12-CT0214
2TLA020060R0100
Extension cable 20cm, black PVC jacket with straight 5 pole M12
female, 8 pole M12 male connectors, 22AWG conductors, overall
braid shield.
M12-CT02322TLA020060R0200
Extension cable 20cm, black PVC jacket with straight 5 pole M12 male,
8 pole M12 female connectors, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.
M12-CT0134F2TLA020060R0300
Extension cable 1m, black PVC jacket with straight 8 pole M12
male/female connectors, 22AWG conductors, overall braid shield.
Transfer pins.
C5
2TLA020057R0000
Cable 5 conductors, 22AWG, black PVC jacket cable with overall
braid shield. Per meter. OD - 5.5mm +/- .15mm.
C8
2TLA020057R1000
Cable 8 conductors, 22AWG, black PVC jacket cable with overall
braid shield. Per meter. OD - 6.3mm +/- .15mm.
C9
2TLA020057R1500
Cable 7 conductors at 20AWG and 2 conductors at 18AWG,
aluminum shield, drain. Per meter. OD - 8mm. For use with Tina 4A.
C13
2TLA020057R2000
Cable 11 conductors at 20AWG and 2 conductors at 18AWG,
aluminum shield, drain. Per meter. OD - 9mm. For use with Tina 8A.
*Screen connected to pin 7 (0VDC) on male connector.
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Designation
Ordering Information Description
M12-C01
2TLA020055R1000
5 pole M12 female field retro-fittable connector with screw terminals
for connecting wires. Cable diameter range 2.5 - 6.5 mm.
M12-C02
2TLA020055R1100
5 pole M12 male field retro-fittable connector with screw terminals
for connecting wires. Cable diameter range 2.5 - 6.5 mm.
M12-C03
2TLA020055R1600
8 pole M12 female field retro-fittable connector with screw terminals
for connecting wires. Cable diameter range 2.5 - 6.5 mm.
M12-C04
2TLA020055R1700
8 pole M12 male field retro-fittable connector with screw terminals
for connecting wires. Cable diameter range 2.5 - 6.5 mm.
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