ODS 96B optical distance sensors

ODS 96B optical distance sensors
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ODS 96B
optical distance sensors
Technical description / Software description
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Table of contents
General information ........................................................................................................... 5
1.1
Explanation of symbols ........................................................................................................ 5
1.2
Important Terms................................................................................................................... 5
1.3
Declaration of Conformity .................................................................................................... 6
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Safety notices..................................................................................................................... 7
2.1
Safety standards .................................................................................................................. 7
2.2
Intended use ........................................................................................................................ 7
2.3
Working safely ..................................................................................................................... 8
2.3.1
ODS 96B laser safety notices for the United States and Canada ............................................... 10
2.4
Organisational measures ................................................................................................... 11
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ODS 96B description ....................................................................................................... 12
3.1
General description ............................................................................................................ 12
3.2
Typical areas of application for the ODS 96B .................................................................... 13
3.2.1
3.2.2
Continuous distance measurement ............................................................................................. 13
Position monitoring ...................................................................................................................... 14
3.3
ODS 96B variants .............................................................................................................. 15
3.3.1
Type code .................................................................................................................................... 15
3.4
ODS 96B M/C or M/V with analogue output ...................................................................... 16
3.4.1
3.4.2
Analogue output of the red-light/infrared models (factory setting) ............................................... 18
Analogue output of the laser model (factory setting) ................................................................... 18
3.5
ODS 96B M/D with serial output ........................................................................................ 19
3.5.1
3.5.2
Measurement value output for various transmission types.......................................................... 19
Commands for remote control operation ..................................................................................... 20
3.6
ODS 96B M/66 with two switching outputs ........................................................................ 23
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Installation ........................................................................................................................ 24
4.1
Storage, transportation ...................................................................................................... 24
4.2
Mounting ............................................................................................................................ 24
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Operating the ODS 96B ................................................................................................... 27
5.1
Indicator and operating elements....................................................................................... 27
5.1.1
5.1.2
ODS 96B menu operation ............................................................................................................27
LED indicators ODS 96B..............................................................................................................29
5.2
Switching on....................................................................................................................... 29
5.2.1
Reset to factory settings...............................................................................................................29
5.3
Configuration example - lower switching point................................................................... 29
5.4
Configuration / menu structure ODS 96B .......................................................................... 31
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.4.4
5.4.5
5.4.6
5.4.7
Input .............................................................................................................................................31
Output Q1.....................................................................................................................................32
Output Q2.....................................................................................................................................33
Analog Output ..............................................................................................................................34
Serial ............................................................................................................................................35
Application....................................................................................................................................36
Settings ........................................................................................................................................39
5.5
Teach-in ............................................................................................................................. 40
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
Setting the teach point .................................................................................................................40
Teach-in of the switching outputs (Slope Control)........................................................................41
Teach-in of switching outputs and characteristic output curve (Time Control).............................41
5.6
Trigger................................................................................................................................ 42
5.7
Measurement modes ......................................................................................................... 43
5.8
Measurement filters ........................................................................................................... 43
5.9
Distance calibration............................................................................................................ 44
5.9.1
5.9.2
Preset or Offset ............................................................................................................................44
Reference measurement..............................................................................................................46
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Software............................................................................................................................ 47
6.1
Connecting the ODS 96B to a PC...................................................................................... 47
6.2
Installing the configuration software................................................................................... 48
6.3
Starting the program .......................................................................................................... 48
6.4
Main window of the ODS 96B configuration software........................................................ 49
6.5
Configuration window......................................................................................................... 51
6.5.1
Description of the command buttons............................................................................................51
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ODS 96B technical data................................................................................................... 53
7.1
Optical data........................................................................................................................ 53
7.2
Electrical data, installation data ......................................................................................... 54
7.3
Dimensioned and Connection Drawings............................................................................ 55
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Type overview and accessories ..................................................................................... 59
8.1
ODS 96B type overview..................................................................................................... 59
8.2
Accessories........................................................................................................................ 60
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Appendix........................................................................................................................... 61
9.1
Updating the parameter files of the ODS configuration software ....................................... 61
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Figure 2.1:
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Figure 3.2:
Figure 3.3:
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Figure 4.2:
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Figure 4.4:
Figure 5.1:
Figure 5.2:
Table 5.1:
Table 5.2:
Table 5.3:
Figure 5.3:
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Table 5.5:
Table 5.6:
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Table 5.10:
Table 5.11:
Figure 6.1:
Figure 6.2:
Figure 6.3:
Figure 6.4:
Figure 6.5:
Figure 7.1:
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Figure 7.3:
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Figure 7.5:
Figure 7.6:
Figure 7.7:
Figure 7.8:
Table 8.1:
Table 8.2:
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Stick-on label with warning notices .............................................................................. 9
Indicator and operating elementsODS 96B................................................................ 12
Application example "Positioning Tasks" ................................................................... 14
Characteristic output curve ODS 96B with positive gradient...................................... 16
ODS 96B characteristic output curve with negative gradient ..................................... 16
Behaviour of analogue output on the ODS(R) 96B M/C and M/V (red/infrared light). 18
Behaviour of the ODSL(R) 96B M/C or M/V (laser) analogue output......................... 18
ODS 96B serial transmission formats ........................................................................ 20
Behaviour of the switching outputs, ODS 96B M/66 .................................................. 23
Preferred movement of the objects ............................................................................ 25
Preferred mounting in connection to objects with structured surface......................... 25
View through a chase................................................................................................. 25
Alignment to measurement objects with reflecting surfaces ...................................... 26
Indicator and operating elementsODS 96B................................................................ 27
ODS 96B display ........................................................................................................ 27
LED function indicator ................................................................................................ 29
Input menu ................................................................................................................. 31
Menu Output Q1......................................................................................................... 32
Behaviour of the ODS 96B switching outputs ............................................................ 32
Menu Output Q2......................................................................................................... 33
Analog Output menu .................................................................................................. 34
Serial menu ................................................................................................................ 35
Application menu........................................................................................................ 36
Settings menu ............................................................................................................ 39
Effects of measurement modes.................................................................................. 43
Effects of Measure Filter ............................................................................................ 44
Connecting the ODS 96B to a PC via the UPG 10 programming terminal................. 47
Device selection ......................................................................................................... 48
ODS 96B configuration software - main window ........................................................ 49
ODS 96B configuration software - measurement....................................................... 50
ODS 96B configuration software - configuration window ........................................... 51
Dimensioned drawing ODS 96B…, ODSR 96B…...................................................... 55
Dimensioned drawing ODSL(R) 96B… ...................................................................... 56
Electrical connection ODS(L/R) 96B M/C… ............................................................... 57
Electrical connection ODS(L/R) 96B M/C66… ........................................................... 57
Electrical connection ODS(L/R) 96B M/V… ............................................................... 57
Electrical connection ODS(L/R) 96B M/D26… ........................................................... 57
Electrical connection ODS(L/R) 96B M/D36… ........................................................... 58
Electrical connection ODS(L/R) 96B M/66….............................................................. 58
ODS 96B type overview ............................................................................................. 59
Accessories ODS 96B................................................................................................ 60
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General information
1.1
Explanation of symbols
The symbols used in this technical description are explained below.
Attention
Pay attention to passages marked with this symbol. Failure to heed this information may
lead to injuries to personnel or damage to the equipment.
Attention Laser Radiation
This symbol warns of possible danger through hazardous laser radiation.
Notice
This symbol indicates text passages containing important information.
1.2
Important Terms
Triangulation
Distance measuring procedure, which determines the distance of an object by the
incidence angle of the light reflected from the object.
Shows the possible divergence of the measurement value from the anticipated value
through changes in the environmental conditions during the measuring process.
Accuracy is increased under constant environmental conditions.
Repeatability
Measuring distance change with repeated measurement at the same output signal
(observe the same peripheral conditions as with resolution).
Resolution
The smallest possible distance change of the measured object, which causes a definite change in the output signal. Resolution is higher in the short range than in the
distant range. Small objects can be recognised better in the short range.
Warmup time
Time the ODS 96B needs in order to reach the operating temperature. This time is
approx. 15 min. Only after the warmup time has passed is optimum measurement
possible.
Diffuse reflection
Return and/or degree of reflection of the radiated light.
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Integration time
The integration time is comparable to the exposure time in a camera. It is automatically adjusted to the intensity of the reflected light and thus depends on the reflectance factor of the measured object. It is inversely proportional to the measurement
frequency.
Measurement time / measurement frequency
The measurement frequency represents the number of measurements per second.
The measurement time indicates the time difference between 2 consecutive measurements. With the adjustment of the integration time, the measurement time
changes as a function of the reflectivity value and measurement distance.
Response time
The time period required to obtain stable measurements after change of the reflectivity behaviour.
Delay before start-up
The delay before start-up indicates the point in time when the first valid measurement
can be obtained after switching on.
Light switching / Dark switching
Indicates the behaviour of the switching output when an object is inside the taught/
configured switching distance. At light switching, the switching output is active (high),
at dark switching inactive.
Insensitivity towards ambient light
Indicates the insensitivity of the measurement result towards ambient light. The ODS
is reliably measuring even with ambient light intensity of 5 kLux. Typical light intensity
in a work place is only 1 kLux.
1.3
Declaration of Conformity
The optical distance sensors of the ODS 96B series have been manufactured observing
current European standards and guidelines.
Notice
The corresponding declaration of conformity can be requested from the manufacturer.
The manufacturer of the product, Leuze electronic GmbH + Co KG in D-73277 Owen/Teck,
possesses a certified quality assurance system in accordance with ISO 9001.
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Safety notices
2.1
Safety standards
Safety notices
The optical distance sensors of the series ODS 96B have been developed, manufactured
and tested, observing current safety standards. They correspond to the state of the art.
2.2
Intended use
Attention
The protection of personnel and the device cannot be guaranteed if the device is operated
in a manner not corresponding to its intended use.
Optical distance sensors of the series ODS 96B are intelligent, adjustable sensors with CCD
element for distance measuring.
In particular, unauthorised use includes:
• rooms with explosive atmospheres (zones 0, 1, 20, 21).
• operation for medical purposes
Notice
For Ex zones 2 and 22, a device of the device category 3 or
ignition protection type nA may be used (ask us).
The optical distance sensors of the series ODS 96B have been designed for the following
areas of application:
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distance measurement
contour determination
thickness measurement
positioning
filling level measurement
diameter determination
sag determination and much more
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Working safely
Attention Laser Radiation!
The optical distance sensors ODS 96B operate with a red light laser of class 2 acc. to
EN 60825-1 (2001/11). If you look into the beam path over a longer time period, the retina of your eye may be damaged!
Never look directly into the beam path!
Do not point the laser beam of the ODS 96B at persons!
When mounting and aligning the ODS 96B, take care to avoid reflections of the laser
beam off reflective surfaces!
The use of operating and adjusting devices other than those specified in this technical description, carrying out of differing procedures, or improper use of the optical
laser distance sensor may lead to dangerous exposure to radiation!
The use of optical instruments or devices in combination with the device increases
the danger of eye damage!
Adhere to the applicable legal and local regulations regarding protection from laser
beams acc. to EN 60825-1 in its latest version.
The ODS 96B uses a laser diode with low power in the visible red light range with an
emitted wavelength of about 655 nm.
The glass optics cover is the only opening through which the laser radiation can escape from the device. The device must not be tampered with and must not be changed
in any way!
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Notice!
It is important that you attach the sticky labels supplied to the device (notice signs and laser
emission symbol)! If the signs would be covered due to the installation situation of the
ODS 96B, attach them close to the ODS 96B in such a way that reading the notices cannot
lead to looking into the laser beam!
ODS 96B
Figure 2.1: Stick-on label with warning notices
Attention
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Access and changes to the device, except where expressly described in this operating manual, are not authorised.
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ODS 96B laser safety notices for the United States and Canada
The ODS 96B optical distance sensors fulfil the requirements of the safety standard
IEC 60825-1:1993+A2:2001 for a Class 2 product. They also fulfil the regulations in accordance with U.S. 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 for a Class II product with the exception of the
deviations described in the document "Laser Notice No. 50", dated July 26th, 2001.
Radiated power
The ODS 96B uses a laser diode with low power in the visible light range. The emitted wavelength is 655 nm. The peak output power of the laser beam is 1.2 mW. The radiated power
observed at a distance of 20 cm through an aperture of 7 mm and averaged over a period of
1000 s is less than 1 mW acc. to the CDRH Class II specification.
Adjustment and maintenance
Do not attempt to carry out modifications or otherwise interfere with the device. The optical
distance sensors contain no parts that need to be adjusted or maintained by the user.
The glass optics cover is the only opening through which the laser radiation can escape from
the device.
Warning
The use of operating and adjusting devices other than those specified in this technical description, carrying out of differing procedures, or improper use of the optical
laser distance sensor may lead to dangerous exposure to radiation!
The use of optical instruments or devices in combination with the device increases
the danger of eye damage!
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Safety notices
Organisational measures
Documentation
All entries in this operating manual must be heeded, in particular those in chapter 2.
Carefully store this technical description. It should be accessible at all times.
Safety regulations
Observe the locally applicable legal regulations and the rules of the employer's liability insurance association.
Qualified personnel
Mounting, commissioning and maintenance of the device must only be carried out by qualified personnel.
Electrical work must be carried out by a certified electrician.
Repair
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Repairs must only be carried out by the manufacturer or an authorised representative.
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3.1
General description
The ODS 96B is a distance measuring device with a large area of application. The devices
are available as LED or laser version with analogue or serial output. The distance measuring
device works on the triangulation principle and uses a CCD line for evaluating.
Through automatic adjustment of the integration time (exposure time) to the intensity of the
objects' reflected light, a high degree of independence from the reflectivity properties of the
measured object is achieved. In case of low reflectivity (dark objects) a longer measurement
time results.
An integrated RISC controller facilitates brief measurement times while at the same time
providing highly precise measurement values. The high-performance hardware is also able
to preprocess measurement data directly in the sensor.
The measurement range extends from 60 - 2,000 mm (depending on product model).
A key pad and an OLED display are integrated in the device. These features can be used
together with a graphical menu to configure the ODS 96B. During measurement operation,
the display shows the current measurement value. A closable cover on the back of the
ODS 96B and password protection protect the sensor from unauthorised operation.
Using the ODS 96B configuration software available under www.leuze.de, a PC can be used
to configure the ODS 96B products and to visualise the measurement values of the ODS 96B.
Moreover, stored parameter sets can be duplicated in other distance sensors. The connection
is made via the programming adapter, which is available as an accessory (UPG10).
Device LEDs
green and yellow
Key pad with
2 buttons
OLED display
128 x 32 pixels
Device LEDs
green and yellow
Figure 3.1: Indicator and operating elementsODS 96B
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Accessories
The ODS 96B configuration software as well as a UPG 10 programming adapter are available for configuring the ODS 96B from a PC.
The housing dimensions of the ODS 96B distance sensors are identical to those of
Series 96 sensors from Leuze electronic. In particular, the mounting accessories of
Series 96 can be used for the ODS 96B. Details can be found in chapter 8.
3.2
Typical areas of application for the ODS 96B
3.2.1
Continuous distance measurement
All ODS 96B models with analogue output or serial output are suitable for continuous
distance measurement. In order to fully utilise all features of the ODS 96B, we recommend
configuring the ODS 96B with the aid of the graphical OLED display (see chapter 5.4) or by
means of software (see chapter 6).
Depending on how the ODS 96B is configured, the following distance measurement applications, among others, are possible:
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• Thickness and width measurement of e.g. wood, profiles
• Stack/object height measurement
• Contour measurement by means of moving the object past the sensor in a controlled
way
• Diameter determination, e.g. of roll materials
• Collision prevention at telpher lines
• Positioning of vehicles
• Fill-level measurement
• Sag control of band materials
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3.2.2
Position monitoring
The ODS 96B M/S variants with two configurable switching outputs are ideally suited for
precise positioning tasks.
In the "positioning task" application example shown in figure 3.2, the ODS 96B is mounted
in such a way that positioning occurs in the direction of the measurement beam. Both
switching outputs are set to the specified position using an OLED display or software (see
chapter 5.4.2). As a result, the upper and lower switching point can be determined separately with great precision: depending on the switching version, switching points and hysteresis can be set using a 1 mm grid or a 0.1 mm grid.
Alternatively, the switching output can also be taught via pin 2 (see chapter 5.5 "Teach-in").
In our example, the switching outputs could be set as follows:
In case the distance is smaller than the taught position, switching output 1 is active and
switches the positioning motor to enlarge the distance. In case the distance is bigger than
the taught position, switching output 2 is active and switches the positioning motor to reduce
the distance.
Using this method, positioning tasks can be performed without difficulties.
Old stack
ODS 96B
New stack
ODS 96B
Positioning
Figure 3.2: Application example "Positioning Tasks"
Notice
For mounting instructions please refer to chapter 4.2.
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ODS 96B description
ODS 96B variants
Variants
Three different base variants of the ODS 96B are available:
• as infrared distance sensor ODS 96B
measurement ranges: 100 … 600 mm
120 … 1400 mm
• as red-light distance sensor ODSR 96B
measurement range:
100 … 600 mm
• as laser distance sensor (with visible red light) ODSL(R) 96B
measurement ranges: 60 … 2000 mm
(ODSLR)
100 … 800 mm
ODSL with light spot dia. Ø 1 mm
150 … 2000 mm
ODSLR with red LED light,
laser light spot 2 x 6 mm
3.3.1
Type code
Use the following table to determine the equipment features of your ODS 96B.
ODSL 96B M/C 6-2000-S12
2000
Operating range 1400
in mm
800
600
switching output 6
measurement
data output
M 12 connector
150 … 2000 mm (laser with light spot 2 x 6 mm)
60 … 2000 mm (red-light LED and laser)
120 … 1400 mm (infrared LED)
100 … 800 mm (laser with light spot dia. 1 mm)
100 … 600 mm (infrared LED or red-light LED)
one push/pull output
66
two push/pull outputs
C
analogue current output
V
analogue voltage output
D2
serial RS 232 output
D3
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serial RS 485 output
infrared LED
Light source
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red-light LED
L
laser
LR
red-light LED and laser
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3.4
ODS 96B M/C or M/V with analogue output
20
10
No object
present
(no signal)
U [V]
typ. 10.5
Working range analogue output
Default values, can
be changed via
menu/software
I [mA]
typ. 21
Short range
(no signal)
Ascending characteristic output curve
Object present
Characteristic output curve for ODS 96B
4
1
Measurement
distance [mm]
0 Distance for min. analogue value
Distance for max. analogue value
Figure 3.3: Characteristic output curve ODS 96B with positive gradient
10
No object
present
(no signal)
20
Object present
U [V]
Working range analogue output
Default values, can
be changed via
menu/software
I [mA]
Short range
(no signal)
Descending characteristic output curve
4
1
typ. 3
typ. 0.5
Measurement
distance [mm]
0
Distance for max. analogue value
Distance for min. analogue value
Figure 3.4: ODS 96B characteristic output curve with negative gradient
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Behaviour of the analogue output
The ODS 96B M/C or M/V has an analogue output with linear behaviour inside of the respective measurement range. Above and below the linear range, linearity is lost however, the
output values signify an upper deviation (> 20 mA respectively > 10 V) or a lower deviation
(< 4 mA respectively < 1 V) of the measurement range.
For ODS 96B models with voltage output, it is also possible to set the voltage range of the
output.
The analogue output can be easily configured using the OLED display or via software. In
order to achieve the highest resolution possible, the range of the analogue output should be
set as small as the application allows. The characteristic output curve can be configured with
a positive or negative gradient. For this purpose, the two distance values
Position Min. Val. and Position Max. Val. are set appropriately for the minimum and
maximum analogue output values, see figure 3.3 and figure 3.4.
Alternatively, the analogue output can also be taught via pin 2 (see chapter 5.5.3 "Teach-in
of switching outputs and characteristic output curve (Time Control)").
Behaviour of the switching output
In addition, a switching output is also available with the ODS 96B M/C and M/V. The position
within the measuring range at which the switching output becomes active can be set arbitrarily via a teach line or via configuration. In addition to the switching point, it is also possible
to set the switching hysteresis and switching behaviour (light/dark switching) using the key
pad or the programming software.
In addition to edge-controlled teach-in of the switching outputs (slope control), the
ODS 96B with analogue output can also be used to perform a time-controlled teach-in of
switching output and characteristic output curve via the teach line. Both teach events
are described in chapter 5.5.
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20
10
4
1
no object
detected
U [V]
Object
present
I [mA]
abt. 21 abt. 10.5
Measurement
range
undefined
linearity
Analogue output of the red-light/infrared models (factory setting)
undefined
area
undefined
linearity
3.4.1
Measurement
distance [mm]
1
0
Red-light LED: 0
90
100
600
Infrared LED: 0
80
120
1400
abt. 625
about 1500
abt. 1480 about 3000
Figure 3.5: Behaviour of analogue output on the ODS(R) 96B M/C and M/V (red/infrared
light)
20
10
4
1
1
0
Laser, red light: 0
LED-Laser: 0
Laser, LS 1 mm: 0
no object
detected
U [V]
Object
present
I [mA]
abt. 21 abt. 10.5
Measurement
range
undefined
linearity
Analogue output of the laser model (factory setting)
undefined
area
undefined
linearity
3.4.2
Measurement
distance [mm]
50 60
120 150
90 100
2000
2000
800
2100
2100
850
approx. 3000
approx. 3000
approx. 1500
Figure 3.6: Behaviour of the ODSL(R) 96B M/C or M/V (laser) analogue output
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ODS 96B M/D with serial output
The ODS 96B M/D… is equipped with one switching output and one serial interface, which
is implemented either as an RS 232 interface or as an RS 485 interface. The transmission
rate can be set to between 9,600 and 57,600 baud.
Serial transmission is performed with 1 start bit, 8 data bits and 1 stop bit without parity.
For the transmission of the measurement values, 4 different transmission modes may be
configured (see figure 3.7):
• ASCII measurement value
(6 bytes)
• 14-bit measurement value
(2 bytes, ODS 96 compatible)
• 16-bit measurement value
(3 bytes, ODSL 30 compatible)
• Remote control operation
3.5.1
Measurement value output for various transmission types
Object distance
Measurement value output
0
< Measurement range
distance value
(undefined linearity)
Within measurement range
distance value
linear
> Measurement range
distance value
(undefined linearity)
Device error
0
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Measurement value ASCII transmission
Transmission format: MMMMM<CR>
MMMMM
tion) or
= 5-digit measurement value in mm (for sensors with 1 mm output resolu= 5-digit measurement value in 0.1 mm (for 0.1 mm output resolution)
<CR>
= ASCII character "Carriage Return" (x0D)
Measurement value = 14-bit (ODS 96 compatible
Measurement ranges up to 1400 mm, output resolution 0.1 mm / Measurement ranges up to 2000 mm, output
resolution 1 mm
1. Low Byte (bit 0 = 0)
2. High Byte (bit 0 = 1)
7
0
7
0
1
bit 6
bit 5
bit 4
bit 3
bit 2
bit 1
bit 0 (LSB)
bit 13 (MSB)
bit 12
bit 11
bit 10
bit 9
bit 8
bit 7
0
Measurement value = 16-bit (ODSL 30 compatible)
Measurement ranges up to 1400 mm, output resolution 0.1 mm / Measurement ranges up to 2000 mm, output
0
bit 5
bit 4
bit 3
bit 2
bit 1
bit 0 (LSB)
0
2. Middle Byte (bit 0 = 1, bit 1 = 0)
7
0
0
bit 11
bit 10
bit 9
bit 8
bit 7
bit 6
7
3. High Byte (bit 0 = 0, bit 1 = 1)
0
7
1
x
0
x
1
0
don’t care
don’t care
bit 15 (MSB)
bit 14
bit 13
bit 12
resolution 1 mm
1. Low Byte (bit 0 = 0, bit 1 = 0)
Remote control
ASCII transfer of the measurement value on request
4 digits (4 bytes) or 5 digits (5 bytes).
Figure 3.7: ODS 96B serial transmission formats
3.5.2
Commands for remote control operation
For remote-control operation (Serial -> Com Function -> Remote control), a device
address can be set between 0 and 14 (Serial -> Node Address).
In this operating mode, the ODS 96B M/D only responds to commands from the control. The
following control commands are available:
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4-digit measurement value query (ODS 96 compatible):
Byte no.
Command
Sensor
response
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Sensor
address
0x00
through
0x0E
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
"#"
(0x23)
–
" "
*
(0x2A)
ASCII address
tens
ones
ASCII distance measurement value
1'000's
100's
tens
ones
Response
time
max.
15 ms
5-digit measurement value query (ODSL 30 compatible):
Byte no.
Command
0
1
" "
*
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
" "
*
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
(0x2A)
Sensor
response
(0x2A)
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
"M"
"#"
(0x4D)
(0x23)
–
–
–
–
–
ASCII distance measurement value
10'000's
1'000's
100's
tens
ones
State
"#"
(0x23)
Response
time
max.
15 ms
Execute referencing function:
Command
1
" "
*
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
" "
*
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
(0x2A)
Sensor
response
(0x2A)
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
"R"
"#"
(0x52)
(0x23)
–
–
–
–
–
State
"#"
(0x23)
–
–
–
–
–
Response
time
max.
2s
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0
Detailed information on referencing can be found in chapter 5.9.2
Execute preset measurement:
Byte no.
Command
0
1
2
" "
*
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
" "
*
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
State
(0x23)
(0x2A)
Sensor
response
(0x2A)
3
4
5
6
7
8
"P"
"#"
(0x52)
(0x23)
–
–
–
–
–
"#"
–
–
–
–
–
Response
time
max.
2s
Detailed information on presets/offsets can be found in chapter 5.9.1
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Activate sensor:
Byte no.
Command
0
1
2
" "
*
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
" "
*
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
State
(0x23)
2
3
"D"
"#"
(0x44)
(0x2A)
Sensor
response
(0x2A)
3
4
5
6
7
8
"A"
"#"
(0x41)
(0x23)
–
–
–
–
–
"#"
–
–
–
–
–
4
5
6
7
8
(0x23)
–
–
–
–
–
"#"
–
–
–
–
–
Response
time
max.
15 ms
Deactivate sensor:
Byte no.
Command
0
1
" "
*
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
" "
*
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
(0x2A)
Sensor
response
(0x2A)
State
(0x23)
Response
time
max.
15 ms
Status byte (bitwise processing):
Bit number
7 (MSB)
6
1 = other error (e.g. no measurement possible or referencing / preset not successful), 0 = OK
5
always = 1
4
always = 0 (reserved)
3
always = 0 (reserved)
2
1 = sensor deactivated, 0 = sensor activated
1
1 = no signal or signal too low, 0 = signal OK
0 (LSB)
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Meaning
always = 0 (reserved)
1 = Laser interference, 0 = Laser OK
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ODS 96B description
ODS 96B M/66 with two switching outputs
2nd switching output
1st switching output
+UB
Measurement
distance [mm]
Infrared:
100
600
Laser:
150
2000
Figure 3.8: Behaviour of the switching outputs, ODS 96B M/66
Via the teach input, either the upper or the lower measurement range limit can be taught for
both switching outputs or, alternatively, the centre of the switching range. An exact description of the teach event can be found in chapter 5.5.
A common teach line is available for both switching outputs, meaning the switching outputs
are taught alternately (for slope-control teach-in). The presently taught output is displayed
through the simultaneous or alternating flashing of the LEDs (see chapter 5.5).
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The two switching outputs of the ODS 96B M/66 work independently of each other. Upper
and lower switching points as well as hysteresis for both switching outputs can be set separately via the OLED display or the ODS 96B configuration software.
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Installation
4.1
Storage, transportation
Unpacking
Check the packaging for any damage. If damage is found, notify the post office or shipping agent as well as the supplier.
Check the delivery contents using your order and the delivery papers:
•
•
•
•
delivered quantity
device variant and model as indicated on the nameplate
accessories
operating manual
Save the original packaging for later storage or shipping.
If you have any questions concerning your shipment, please contact your supplier or your
local Leuze electronic sales office.
Observe the local regulations regarding disposal of packaging material.
4.2
Mounting
Mounting systems are available which have to be ordered separately at Leuze electronic.
The order number can be found in chapter 8.2. Apart from this, the drilled-through holes are
suitable for the individual mounting of the ODS 96B, depending on the area in which it is to
be used.
Mounting
To avoid errors while the object enters the measurement beam, correct movement direction
of the objects has to be observed. The following graphics show instructions on the installation of the optical distance sensors:
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Preferred movement of the objects
Figure 4.1: Preferred movement of the objects
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Preferred mounting in connection to objects with structured surface
Figure 4.2: Preferred mounting in connection to objects with structured surface
View through a chase
Figure 4.3: View through a chase
If the ODS 96B has to be installed behind a cover, the chase has to have at least the size of
the optical glass cover. Otherwise, a correct measurement is not possible or can not be
guaranteed.
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Alignment to measurement objects with reflecting surfaces
reflecting surface
Figure 4.4: Alignment to measurement objects with reflecting surfaces
If the measurement object to be detected has a reflecting surface, a measurement may not
be possible depending on the angle in which the light is reflected by the measurement
object's surface. The directly reflected part of the transmitted light beam must not be incident
on the receiver of the ODS96B. Adjust the angle between the sensor and the measurement
object such that the sensor can reliably detect the measurement object.
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Operating the ODS 96B
5.1
Indicator and operating elements
Device LEDs
green and yellow
Key pad with
2 buttons
OLED display
128 x 32 pixels
Device LEDs
green and yellow
Figure 5.1: Indicator and operating elementsODS 96B
The device LEDs on the front and rear of the ODS 96B have identical function and serve to
indicate the operating state. During measurement operation, the OLED display shows the
distance measurement value.
5.1.1
ODS 96B menu operation
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OLED display and key pad are protected by screw-mounted cover.
Notice
Safety class II at a rating voltage of 250 V AC is only ensured if the cover is closed.
The ODS 96B is operated using
buttons, which
the
and
are located next to the OLED
display.
In menu view, the OLED display
has two lines. The currently
active menu item is displayed
with black text on a light-blue
background. The
and
buttons both have different func- Figure 5.2: ODS 96B display
tions depending on the operating situation. These functions
are represented via icons on the right edge of the display – i.e. to the immediate left of the
buttons.
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The following situations can occur:
Menu navigation
Input
Output Q1
Q1 Upper Sw. Pt
selects the next menu item (Output Q1)
switches to the submenu shown with inverted colours (Input)
selects the next menu item (Q1 Upper Sw. Pt)
returns to the next higher menu ( ). At the top menu level, the
menu can be exited here ( Menu Exit). The number of bars at the left
edge indicates the current menu level:
Selecting values or selection parameters for editing
Q1 Upper Sw. Pt.
0250 mm
selects the next menu item ( -> Q1 Lower Sw. Pt)
selects edit mode for Q1 Upper Sw. Pt
Editing value parameters
Q1 Hysteresis
1 016 mm
changes the value of the first digit (1)
selects the second digit (0) for editing
Q1 Hysteresis
0010 mm
changes the edit mode;
appears
saves the new value (0010)
Q1 Hysteresis
0010 mm
Q1 Hysteresis
0010 mm
changes the edit mode, 6 appears
selects the first digit (0) for renewed editing. If an impermissible
value was entered, the "new entry" icon initially appears and the checkmark is not available for selection.
or 5 appears
changes the edit mode,
rejects the new value (1016 remains saved)
Editing selection parameters
Input Polarity
Active Low 0V
Input Polarity
Active High +24V
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displays the next option for input polarity (Active High +24V)
returns to the input menu and retains Active Low 0V
shows the next option for input polarity (Active Low 0V)
selects the new value Active High +24V and displays the confirmation menu:
Input Polarity
Active High +24V
changes the edit mode; 6 appears
saves the new value (Active High +24V)
Input Polarity
Active High +24V
changes the edit mode; 5 appears
rejects the new value (Active Low 0V remains saved)
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Operating the ODS 96B
LED indicators ODS 96B
LED
green
yellow
Table 5.1:
state
continuous light
flashing
off
continuous light
off
Display during sensor operation
ready
interference
no supply voltage
object inside teach-in measurement range
object outside teach-in measurement range
LED function indicator
During teach-in, the LED indicator deviates from the information shown in Table 5.1 and
varies depending on the selected teach mode. Detailed information on this topic can be
found in chapter 5.5.
5.2
Switching on
After switching on the supply voltage +UB and following error-free initialisation of the device, the green LED illuminates continuously; the
ODS 96B is in measurement mode.
225 mm
In measurement mode, the current measurement value is displayed in
the OLED display. If no object is detected or if the signal is too weak,
distance value 0 mm appears in the display.
0 mm
Notice
5.2.1
Reset to factory settings
Press the
button while switching on the device to reset the configuration of the ODS 96B
to the state upon delivery from the factory.
button again to reset all parameters to the factory
Press the
settings. All settings made previously are permanently lost. Press ,
and the ODS 96B returns to measurement operation without resetting
the parameters.
Factory Settings
Execute
You can also use the menu or the configuration software to reset to factory settings (see
chapter 5.4.7).
5.3
Configuration example - lower switching point
To illustrate menu operation, we will explain how to set the lower switching point of switching
output Q1 to 100 mm as an example
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After a warmup time of 15 min., the device has reached the operating temperature required
for an optimum measurement.
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While in measurement mode, press a button in order to activate the
menu.
Input
Output Q1
Press
Output Q1
Output
Press
Press
; Output Q1 appears in the top menu line
to select Output Q1.
Q1 Upper Sw. Pt.
0250 mm
again; Q1 Lower Sw. Pt. appears in the upper menu line.
Q1 Lower Sw. Pt.
1016 mm
Press
to set the lower switching point. The first digit of the switching point value is displayed with inverted colours.
Q1 Lower Sw. Pt.
1 016 mm
Press
Q1 Lower Sw. Pt.
0016 mm
as many times as necessary to set the desired value 0.
Accept the value by pressing
digits.
; repeat the procedure for all other
Q1 Lower Sw. Pt.
0100 mm
After pressing
for the 4th time, a 5 appears in the lower right part of
the display. The 5 indicates that the next time
is pressed, the set value will be accepted.
button can be changed by repeatedly pressing . A
(re-edit
This behaviour of the
value) and a 6 (eject value) then appear in succession.
Once you have completed the setting, accept the value by pressing
; now, Q1 Lower Sw. Pt. is again displayed with inverted colours, and the new value, saved in non-volatile memory, is displayed.
Repeatedly press
until
Q1 Lower Sw. Pt.
0100 mm
appears in the upper menu line.
Q1 Upper Sw. Pt
Press
to access the next-higher menu level.
Repeatedly press
line.
Press
ation.
until
Menu Exit appears in the upper menu
to exit the menu and return to normal measurement oper-
Output Q2
Analogue Output
Menu Exit
Input
225 mm
Notice
The selectable or editable values are shown with inverted text colours (black on light-blue
background).
If no button is pressed in the configuration menu within 120 s, the brightness is then reduced.
If no button is pressed in the 60 s after that, the device automatically returns to measurement
mode.
The device can be protected against unintentional changes to the configuration by activating
the password function (see table 5.8 on page 39). The password is always set to "165".
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5.4
Configuration / menu structure ODS 96B
5.4.1
Input
The function of the "teach in" input (pin 2) is set in the Input menu
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Explanation / Notes
Default
Input
Output Q1
Input Mode
Teach Time Ctrl.
Input Mode
Teach Time Ctrl.
Input Mode
Teach Slope Ctrl.
Input Mode
Trigger
Input Mode
Activation
Input Mode
Preset
Input Mode
Dist. Referencing
Preset via teach-in, see chapter 5.9.1
Referencing via teach-in, see chapter
5.9.2

Defines the polarity of the input signal for Input Mode
Input Polarity
Active High +24V
Input Polarity
Active High +24V
Input Polarity
Active Low 0V
Input Polarity
Active High +24V
X
Input activated at +24 V
X
Input activated at 0 V
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Input Mode
Teach Time Ctrl.
Defines how the "teach in" input at
pin 2 behaves when UB is applied.
Only one of the 6 options can be
selected with
.
Teaching analogue output and
switching output, see chapter 5.5.3
Only teaches switching output, see
chapter 5.5.2
Triggers a measurement value output
(edge controlled), see chapter 5.6
Switches on the laser beam (level
controlled)

Input Mode
Output Q1
Output Q2

Table 5.2:
Input menu
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5.4.2
Output Q1
The Output Q1 - menu is available for all sensor models. It is used to set the switching
behaviour of switching output Q1.
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Explanation / Notes
Default
Adjusts the switching
behaviour of output Q1
Output Q1
Analog Output
Q1 Upper Sw. Point
0600 mm
+
for
changing the values
Upper switching point
Upper limit of
meas. range/2 1)
Q1 Lower Sw. Point
0200 mm
+
for
changing the values
Lower switching point
Lower limit of
meas. range 1)
Q1 hysteresis
0050 mm
+
for
changing the values
Hysteresis
10 x minimum
sensor resolution
1)
Q1 Light/Dark
Dark Switching
Q1 Light/Dark
Dark Switching
Q1 Light/Dark
Light Switching
Q1 Light/Dark
Dark Switching
Table 5.3:
Dark switching
Light switching
X

Menu Output Q1
1) You can determine the values for your sensor using the type key on page 15 and the appropriate
data in chapter 7.1.
The adjustable parameters have the following meaning:
• Light switching: If an object is located between the upper and lower switching point,
the switching output is active (high).
• Dark switching: If an object is located between the upper and lower switching point,
the switching output is not active (low).
• Hysteresis: Expansion of the switching range for switching off. For switching on, the
set switching points remain always valid.
Hysteresis
Hysteresis
ON
Light switching
OFF
ON
Dark switching
OFF
Lower
switching point
Upper
switching point
Measurement
distance
Figure 5.3: Behaviour of the ODS 96B switching outputs
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Operating the ODS 96B
Output Q2
Output Q2 - menu only appears if switching output Q2 is present on your ODS 96B. It is used
to set the switching behaviour of switching output Q2. The adjustable parameters correspond to those of output Q1.
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Explanation / Notes
Default
Adjusts the switching
behaviour of output Q2
Output Q2
Analog Output
Q2 Upper Sw. Point
0600 mm
+
for
changing the values
Upper switching point
Upper limit of
meas. range/2 1)
Q2 Lower Sw. Point
0200 mm
+
for
changing the values
Lower switching point
Lower limit of
meas. range 1)
Q2 Hysteresis
0050 mm
+
for
changing the values
Hysteresis
10 x minimum sensor resolution 1)
Q2 Light/Dark
Dark Switching
Q1 Light/Dark
Dark Switching
Q1 Light/Dark
Light Switching
Q2 Light/Dark
Dark Switching
Dark switching
Light switching
X

Q1 Upper Sw. Point
Analog Output
Serial

Menu Output Q2
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Table 5.4:
1) You can determine the values for your sensor using the type key on page 15 and the appropriate
data in chapter 7.1.
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5.4.4
Analog Output
The Analog Output - menu only appears if your sensor has an analogue output. It is used to
adjust the characteristic output curve of the analogue output.
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Explanation / Notes
Default
Sets the behaviour of the
analogue output
Analog Output
Serial
Position Max. Val.
2000 mm
+
for
changing the values
Distance measurement
value for maximum voltage / maximum current
Upper limit of
meas. range
Position Min. Val.
2000 mm
+
for
changing the values
Distance measurement
value for minimum voltage
/ minimum current
Lower limit of
meas. range
Analog Range
1 - 10 V
Analog Range
1 - 10 V
Analog Range
0 - 10 V
Analog Range
1 - 5 V
Analog Range
0 - 5 V
Analog Range
1 - 10 V

Analog Range only
appears for sensors with
voltage output.
X
The function sets the voltage range of the analogue
voltage output.
Sensors with current output are permanently set to
4 …20 mA.
The Analog Range menu
item does not appear for
these sensors.
Position Max. Val.
Serial
Application
Table 5.5:
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Analog Output menu
For sensors with voltage output, select the voltage range of the analogue output.
Then set the distance which corresponds to the lower range limit (0 V, 1 V or 4 mA) at the
analogue output and the distance which corresponds to the upper range limit (5 V or 10 V or
20 mA). This lets you spread the characteristic output curve according to your requirements.
It is also possible to invert the working range of the analogue output, i.e., the selected value
of the lower range limit is larger than that of the upper range limit. This creates a descending
characteristic output curve.
Notice
The adjustable working ranges are dependent on the selected device type and must lie within the sensor's measurement range. The check to determine whether the entered values are
plausible and valid is performed after the upper and lower limits are entered. Invalid values
) or cancel the entry without
cannot be saved. You can either change the entered value (
saving ( 6 ).
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Operating the ODS 96B
Serial
The Serial - menu only appears if your sensor has a serial output. It is used to set the transmission type and parameters of the serial output.
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Explanation / Notes
Default
Sets the transmission parameters
of the serial output
Serial
Application
COM Function
ASCII
COM Function
ASCII
COM Function
14 bit
COM Function
16 bit
COM Function
Remote Control
COM Function
ASCII
Sets the format of the measurement
value output, see chapter 3.5.
Measurement value output corresponding to the device resolution,
see figure 3.7
2-byte transmission, compatible
with ODS 96, see figure 3.7
3-byte transmission, compatible
with ODSL 30, see figure 3.7
Remote control operation of the
ODS 96B via remote commands,
see chapter 3.5.2
X

Adjusts the transmission rate of the
serial interface
Baudrate
9600 Bd
Baudrate
9600 Bd
Baudrate
19200 Bd
Baudrate
38400 Bd
Baudrate
57600 Bd
Baudrate
9600 Bd
9600 Bd
X
19200 Bd
38400 Bd
57600 Bd
Node Address
01
+
for
changing the values
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Address under which the ODS 96B
is addressed
Com Function
Application
Settings
Table 5.6:

Serial menu
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5.4.6
Application
In the Application - menu, the measurement function of the ODS 96B can be set to the given
application.
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Explanation / Notes
Default
Application
Settings
Sets the measurement mode.
See chapter 5.7
Measure Mode
Standard
Measure Mode
Standard
Measure Mode
Precision
Measure Mode
Speed
Measure Mode
Light Suppression
Measure Mode
Standard
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Precision mode
Fast measurement
Extraneous light suppression
Filters the measurement
results.
See chapter 5.8
Measure Filter
Off
Measure Filter
Averaging
Measure Filter
Center Value
Measure Filter
Peak
Measure Filter
Range
Table 5.7:
X

Measure Filter
Off
Measure Filter
Off
Standard mode

Off
X
Floating average calculation
Median
Filters individual measurement jumps
Measurement value output
only within the limit values set
for Range Upper Pos. and
Range Lower Pos.
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Level 2
Level 3
Explanation / Notes
Default
Sets the number of measurement values which are read in
for the Average and Center
Value filters.
Measurem. Count
10
For Center Value: selection
in steps of 10:
Measurem.
10
Measurem.
20
Measurem.
30
Measurem.
40
Measurem.
50
Count
10 measurement values
Count
20 measurement values
Count
30 measurement values
Count
40 measurement values
Count
50 measurement values
X
For Averaging: Set from
1 … 99
Measurem. Count
07
Filter Depth
Fine
Sets the filter depth for the
Center Value measurement
filter. Prevents falsification of
the average value by "outliers".
A small number of extreme
values are not taken into
account.
Some extreme values are not
taken into account.
A large number of extreme
values are not taken into
account.
Peak Window
Medium
Peak Window
Fine
For the Peak measurement
filter, sets the minimum deviation of the measurement values from the previous
measurement value.
Medium change in measurement value
Small change in measurement value
Filter Depth
Coarse
Filter Depth
Medium
X

Peak Window
Medium
Peak Window
Medium
X

Range Upper Pos.
2000 mm
Table 5.7:
01

Filter Depth
Coarse
Filter Depth
Coarse
for changing the
values
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10
+
Upper limit for the Range
measurement filter.
Upper limit of
meas. range
Application menu
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Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Distance Correct.
Off
Distance Correct.
Off
Distance Correct.
Offset/Preset
Distance Correct.
Referencing
Distance Correct.
Off
Preset Position
+300 mm
Setting the offset value in
[mm], see chapter 5.9.1
0 mm
+
for changing the values
Setting the preset value
in [mm], see chapter 5.9.1
Upper limit
of meas.
range / 2
Pres.-Offs. Calc.
No
Pres.-Offs. Calc.
Execute
+
for
changing the values
Ref. Calculation
No
Ref. Calculation
No
Ref. Calculation
Execute
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Calculation of the preset/offset value. To do this,
Distance Correct. ->
Offset/Preset must first be
activated.
For further information, see
chapter 5.9.1

Ref. Position
+300 mm
Measure Mode
X
+
for
changing the values
Pres.-Offs. Calc.
No
Settings
Menu Exit
Enables the correction of the
measurement value by a fixed
value.
Measurement value
unchanged.
Offset / Preset, see chapter
5.9.1
Referencing, see chapter
5.9.2
Default
Lower limit of
meas. range

Offset
+500 mm
Pres.-Offs. Calc.
No
Explanation / Notes
Lower limit for the Range
measurement filter.
Range Lower Pos.
0200 mm
Specified position of the refer- Upper limit
of measence object, see chapter
urement
5.9.2
range / 2
Execute the referencing function. To do this,
Distance Correct. ->
Referencing must first be
activated.
For further information, see
chapter 5.9.2


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Operating the ODS 96B
Settings
In the Settings - menu, information on the ODS 96B can be called up and set in the display.
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Explanation / Notes
Default
Settings
Menu Exit
Display
On
Display settings
Display
On
Display
Off
Display
Auto
Display
On
Always on with maximum brightness
Off; is switched back on after keyboard actuation
Display set to full brightness after
keyboard actuation for approx.
1 min., dimmed thereafter
X

Factory Settings
Inactive
Reset to factory settings
Factory Settings
Inactive
Factory Settings
Execute

Blocks access to the menu with the
permanent password "165"
Password Check
Inactive
Password Check
Inactive
Password Check
Activated
Password Check
Inactive
Not active
X
Active
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Inactive
The ODS 96B is not reset to factory
settings
The ODS 96B is reset to factory
settings

Returns information regarding the
device
Info
Part No.
501 06594
Batch No.
0702-999994
Serial No.
01047
Software
V01.10
Leuze - Part No., see chapter 8.1
Production batch number
Serial number
Software version
Part No.
Display
Menu Exit
Input
Table 5.8:


Settings menu
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5.5
Teach-in
Switching points and characteristic output curves can also be set through teach-in without
using the software. The following instructions require that you have familiarised yourself with
the operation of the ODS 96B using the OLED display.
5.5.1
Setting the teach point
The settings made via the menu or software for the two values Q1 Upper Sw. Point and
Q1 Lower Sw. Point determine the point which is to be taught (applies in an analogous way
for Q2). In the following examples, we will consider an ODS 96B with 100 … 600 mm measurement range.
Q1 Lower Sw. Point > 100 mm AND Q1 Upper Sw. Point < 600 mm
If both switching points are set to a value ≠ Lower limit of measurement range or Upper
limit of measurement range using the menu or software, the difference between the two
values defines a switching range. The teach point is the centre of the switching range.
Example:
• Q1 Lower Sw. Point = 400 mm
• Q1 Upper Sw. Point = 500 mm
• yields a switching range of 100 mm
The teach point lies in the middle of the switching range.
If a distance of e.g. 300 mm is now taught, the Q1
switches on at 250 mm and back off at 350 mm.
100
600
Teach point
Q1 Lower Sw. Point = 100 mm AND Q1 Upper Sw. Point < 600 mm
If the lower switching point is set to the Lower limit of measurement range using the
menu or software, the upper switching point is taught.
Example:
• Q1 Lower Sw. Point = 100 mm
• Q1 Upper Sw. Point = 357 mm
The teach point defines the upper switching point. If a
distance of e.g. 300 mm is now taught, the Q1 switches
on at 100 mm and back off at 300 mm.
100
600
Teach point
Q1 Lower Sw. Point > 100 mm AND Q1 Upper Sw. Point = 600 mm
If the upper switching point is set to the Upper limit of measurement range using the
menu or software, the lower switching point is taught.
Example:
• Q1 Lower Sw. Point = 225 mm
• Q1 Upper Sw. Point = 600 mm
The teach point defines the lower switching point. If a
distance of e.g. 300 mm is now taught, the Q1 switches on
at 300 mm and back off at 600 mm.
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600
Teach point
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Operating the ODS 96B
Teach-in of the switching outputs (Slope Control)
In this teach mode, the teach event is performed in the same way as with the ODS 96.
On the OLED display, activate menu item:
Input -> Input Mode -> Teach slope control
Position the measured object at the desired distance.
Activate the "teach in" input (pin 2) for ≥ 2 s (by applying +UB or GND, depending on the
active setting for Input Polarity, see chapter 5.4.1).
The yellow and green LEDs flash simultaneously during this process.
After that, connect the teach input to GND.
You have now taught in the 1st switching output.
If your device has another switching output which you would like to teach:
Position the measured object at the second desired distance.
Reactivate the "teach in" input (pin 2) for ≥ 2 s.
The yellow and green LEDs flash alternately during this process.
After that, connect the teach input to GND.
You have now taught in the 2nd switching output.
5.5.3
Teach-in of switching outputs and characteristic output curve (Time Control)
In addition to the edge controlled teach-in of the switching output, it is also possible to
perform a level-controlled teach-in of switching output and output characteristic curve via the
teach line for ODS 96B devices with analogue output. The following steps are necessary for
the level-controlled teach-in:
If you have changed the factory setting for teaching under Input Mode:
On the OLED display, activate menu item:
Input -> Input Mode -> Teach time control
Position the measured object at the desired distance.
Activate the "teach in" input (pin 2) (by applying +UB or GND, depending on the setting
for Input Polarity, see chapter 5.4.1).
The duration of the activation of the teach input determines the teach step according to the
table shown below. The teach event is indicated by the flashing of the LEDs and on the
display.
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The taught switching points are dependent on the settings for the upper and lower switching
point, see "Setting the teach point" on page 40.
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Teach function
Duration of LED green
teach signal
Switching output Q1
Teach point, see chapter 5.5.1
Distance value for start of measurement range =
1 V / 4 mA at analogue output (pin 5)
Distance value for end of measurement range =
10 V / 20 mA at analogue output (pin 5)
Table 5.9:
2 … 4s
LED
yellow
flash synchronously
4 … 6s
continuous
light
flashing
6 … 8s
flashing
continuous
light
LED indicator while teaching the characteristic output curve (Time Control)
At the end of the given teach event:
Reconnect the teach input to GND.
A successful teach event is signalled by the end of the flashing of the LEDs. The menu
entries can be used to check that the teach values are properly accepted and to make any
changes.
Notice
If the measurement range start is taught to a distance greater than the measurement range
end, a declining characteristic output curve is automatically set.
Second switching output for Time Control
Sensors with two switching outputs can also be taught in Time Control mode. The LEDs indicate the respective teach step as follows:
Error messages
Continuously flashing LEDs indicate an unsuccessful teach event. The sensor remains
ready for operation and continues to function with the old values.
Remedy:
• Repeat teach event or
• Activate teach input for more than 8 s or
• Disconnect sensor from voltage to restore the old values.
5.6
Trigger
No continuous measurement occurs while in Input Mode -> Trigger.
An ascending edge at the "teach in" input (pin 2) triggers a single measurement; the measurement value is present at the output until the next trigger event. This applies for both
ODS 96B-models with analogue output and serial output.
In this way it is possible to precisely perform individual measurements for the trigger signal
in combination with a photoelectric sensor even in dynamic situations.
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Operating the ODS 96B
Measurement modes
In the Application menu, you can set five different measurement modes. This affects the
measurement behaviour of the ODS 96B as follows:
•
•
•
•
Standard: Standard setting
Precision: High accuracy (approx. 95 % slower)
Speed: Fast measurement (approx. 30 % faster)
Light Suppression: Higher insensitivity towards ambient light
The following table provides an overview of the effects of the individual parameters on the
measurement function.
Accuracy
Measurement time /
updating
Ambient light
Varying diffuse
reflection
+
++
+
+
-++
--
+
+
+
++
+
+
+
o
Standard
Precision
Speed
Light Suppression
Table 5.10:
5.8
Effects of measurement modes
Measurement filters
• Off: No filtering of the measurement values
• Averaging: A sliding average is calculated and output from the last 2 … 99 measurement values (set the number with Measurem. Count). If the measurement value
changes abruptly, the output value moves linearly over the course of n measurements
from the old measurement value to the new measurement value. Thus, the time for
measurement value updating is not affected by the number of measurements; the
response time for distance changes becomes slower.
• Center Value: Filter out extreme values - the average value is calculated from every
10 … 50 single measurements. The number of single measurements to be used is
selected with Measurem. Count (10, 20, 30, 40 or 50). The setting made under
Filter Depth specifies whether only the most extreme (Coarse), medium (Medium)
or minor deviations (Fine) should be filtered out.
• Peak: Filters out jumps in measurement values. Measurement values are only
passed on if the difference to the last measurement value is not too large. Following a
change in distance, the values are not output until the distance value has quieted
back down. The setting under Peak Window is used to specify whether only medium
(Medium) measurement jumps are to be filtered out or if smaller (Fine) jumps are to
be filtered as well.
• Range: The measurement value output is limited to the range which is defined with
Range Lower Pos. and Range Upper Pos., located down further in the menu.
Example with Range Lower Pos. = 300 mm and Range Upper Pos. = 400 mm:
• for distances < 300 mm, 300 mm is output as measurement value
• between 300 mm and 400 mm, the actual measurement value is output
• for distances > 400 mm , 400 mm is output as measurement value.
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In the Application menu, you can set 5 different measurement filters. This affects the
measurement behaviour of the ODS 96B as follows:
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Notice
For Center Value, the time for measurement value updating increases considerably!
The following table provides an overview of the effects of the individual parameters on the
measurement function.
Measurement
time updating
Off
Averaging
Center Value
Peak
Range
Table 5.11:
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+
+
-o
+
Response time
Response time
to small changes to large changes
in distance
in distance
+
+
+
+
o
-
Filtering individ- Filtering cumulaual incorrect
tive incorrect
measurements
measurements
-o
++
+
o
-+
o
Effects of Measure Filter
Distance calibration
Using the Distance Correct. menu item, it is possible to influence the measured distance
value. The following table provides an overview of the available options.
Notice
Offset and Preset are used for correcting the measurement value by a fixed amount. Referencing, on the other hand, increases the accuracy of measurements in the distance range
near the taught reference distance. To obtain the most exact measurement accuracy possible, referencing should be performed as close to the measurement as possible. Execution
of the referencing function via the teach input is ideally suited for this.
5.9.1
Preset or Offset
Deviations which occur while mounting the ODS 96B can be compensated for with the
Offset or Preset parameter:
• For Offset, a fixed value and sign are specified.
• For Preset, a nominal measurement value is specified; a measurement is then performed using an object located at the desired nominal distance. The Offset parameter mentioned above is changed as a result of this measurement.
Notice
If calculation of the offset results in negative measurement values, zero is output at the interface and on the display.
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Setting the offset
Configuration is performed using the key pad and display:
Select:
Application -> Distance Correct. -> Offset/Preset
Then enter the offset value:
Application -> Offset
The set offset value is added to the measured distance value of the sensor.
Example:
Measurement value of the ODS 96B:
1500mm
Input:
Offset: -100mm
Output on the display and at the interface: 1400 mm
Setting the preset
Configuration is performed using the key pad and display:
Select:
Application -> Distance Correct. -> Offset/Preset
Then enter the preset value:
Application -> Preset Position
Perform a preset measurement:
Application -> Pres.-Offs. Calc. -> Execute
The offset value is automatically calculated from the measurement value and nominal measurement value (preset value) and entered as the offset in the configuration.
Example:
Input:
Preset value: 1400 mm,
Object dist. 1300 mm in front of ODS 96B: Preset Calculation ...active, trigger measurement with Execute, an offset of +100 mm is automatically stored
Object distance 1300 mm:
Output on display and at interface: 1400 mm
Object distance 1400 mm:
Output on display and at interface: 1500 mm
Deactivating Offset / Preset
The offset correction can be deactivated by setting the offset value to zero or by selecting a
different mode under Distance Correct. In the latter case, when the "Offset/Preset" mode
is reselected, the most recently set offset and preset values are again available.
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Position an object at the desired preset distance.
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Reference measurement
The ODS 96B is equipped with a referencing function for internally calibrating the sensor.
By carrying out the integrated reference measurement function before a measurement, the
sensor's accuracy can be improved by having the ODS 96B also measure the environmental
conditions during reference measurement. The corrective value determined here is used if
referencing is activated.
Select:
Application -> Distance Correct. -> Referencing
Then enter the reference value:
Application -> Ref. Position
Before referencing, position an object in front of the ODS 96B at the desired reference
distance.
Perform a reference operation:
• Using a command: In remote control mode, see chapter 3.5.2
• Using teach-in: To do this, use the menu or software to activate the
Input -> Input Mode -> Dist. Referencing function.
Then each time the teach input (pin 2) is activated, referencing is performed.
• Using a menu command: Use the menu or software to set
Application -> Distance Correct. -> Referencing
, and then execute the
Application -> Ref. Calculation -> Execute menu command.
This starts a one-time referencing operation.
The referencing correction is deactivated by selecting a different mode under
Distance Correct. (Off or Offset/Preset). When the Referencing mode is again
selected, the most recently set reference distance is again available. If re-referencing is not
performed, the old corrective values may result in incorrect measurement values.
Notice
In particular, the referencing function should be performed for changing environmental conditions. In addition, you should perform referencing prior to all measurements which have
elevated accuracy requirements.
While executing the referencing function (duration approx. 2 s), no measurements are possible; the reference object must remain still during this period!
Notice
For the ODS 96B, referencing is a selective calibration on a target located at a specified reference distance. The entire measurement system is not referenced as it is with the
ODSL 30.
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Software
Software
General description
The ODS 96B configuration software can be used both for the direct configuration of data
with the ODS 96B connected, as well as "offline" without a sensor connected for the generation of device configurations.
If no ODS 96B is connected, a dialogue is displayed after starting the program in which you
have to choose the device model (see chapter 6.3). After the offline generation of a parameter configuration, this configuration can be transmitted to the ODS 96B after connection to
the PC has been established.
You can download the software on the Internet from www.leuze.de.
6.1
Connecting the ODS 96B to a PC
The ODS 96B is connected to a PC via the UPG 10 programming terminal. The terminal is
simply inserted between the ODS 96B and the connection cable. The UPG 10 is connected
to the PC via the serial interface cable that ships with the UPG 10.
UPG 10
Connection cable to the
power supply unit
To the PC
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Figure 6.1: Connecting the ODS 96B to a PC via the UPG 10 programming terminal
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Installing the configuration software
Requirements for the installation of the ODS 96B configuration software:
•
•
•
•
•
Pentium® or faster Intel® processor (or compatible models, e.g. AMD®)
At least 64 MB free main memory (RAM)
Hard disk with at least 30 MB free memory
RS 232 interface for sensor configuration
Microsoft® Windows 98/NT/2000/XP
Starting the installation file
Choose Start → Run. Insert drive and name of the installation file
(e.g.: d:\setup.exe) and hit OK.
In the following window, define the path for the installation directory and confirm with
End.
6.3
Starting the program
After successful installation and restart of the computer, the configuration software is ready
to use.
Select the ODS 96B configuration software icon from the program group.
Without connected ODS, the following window appears after the program start, letting you
choose a device:
Additional window without connected ODS 96B
Figure 6.2: Device selection
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Software
Main window of the ODS 96B configuration software
After selecting a device type and confirming with OK, the following window appears:
Figure 6.3: ODS 96B configuration software - main window
• File -> Exit program
• Type -> Load: Select the device type which is to be configured
• Options -> Language and interface selection. German and English are the available
languages. Under Interface, you must select the COM port to which the ODS 96B is
connected. The necessary communication parameters are automatically set for the
interface.
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The menu bar of the ODS 96B configuration software offers the following functions
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Additional functions can be executed in the main window:
• Start measurement and Stop measurement are used to graphically represent the
measurement values in the main window.
Figure 6.4:ODS 96B configuration software - measurement
• Use Print to send the currently detected measurement curve to the default Windows
printer.
• Save measured values saves the current measurement values in a text file
• Parameterization opens the configuration window, see next chapter
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Configuration window
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The individual menu items are self-explanatory and correspond to the menus of the OLED
display in the ODS 96B. Explanations of the possible settings can be found in chapter
"Configuration / menu structure ODS 96B" on page 31.
Figure 6.5: ODS 96B configuration software - configuration window
6.5.1
Description of the command buttons
The command buttons at the bottom of the screen have the following functions:
Load parameters
Loads a saved configuration from the hard disk.
Save parameters
Saves a created configuration on the hard disk.
Factory settings
Resets the connected ODS 96B to factory settings.
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Read parameters from ODS
Reads and displays the configuration of the connected ODS 96B.
Write parameters to ODS
Saves the current configuration in the non-volatile parameter memory of the ODS 96B
Quit parameterization
Ends the program
Notice
Leuze electronic can only deliver distance sensors with default settings. You as customer
are responsible for correct storage of your changed data sets. Back-up your device configuration on data carriers.
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ODS 96B technical data
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ODS 96B technical data
7.1
Optical data
Light source
Wavelength
Light spot diameter
Error limits 2)
Absolute measurement
accuracy 1)
Repeatability 3)
b/w detection thresholds
(6 %/90 %)
Temperature compensation
1)
2)
3)
4)
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100 … 600 mm
120 … 1400 mm
60 … 2000 mm
150 … 2000 mm
100 … 800 mm (LS Ø 1 mm)
1 … 3 mm
0.1 … 0.5 mm (LS Ø 1mm)
laser (modulated light)
655 nm
0.1 … 0.5 mm (600 mm)
0.1 … 1 mm (1400 mm)
LED (modulated light)
880 nm (infrared)
635 mm (red light)
approx. 15 mm
at 600 mm distance
Resolution
Timing
Measurement time
Response time
Delay before start-up
ODSL(R) 96B M/C, M/V, M/D
laser
divergent min. 2 x 6 mm
at 2000 mm distance
divergent, Ø 1 mm at 800 mm
distance (LS Ø 1 mm)
± 1.5 %
± 1.5 %
± 0.5 %
≤ 1%
± 0.5 %
≤ 1%
yes 4)
yes 4)
1 … 5 ms 1)
≤ 15 ms
≤ 300 ms
1 … 5 ms 1)
≤ 15 ms
≤ 300 ms
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Measurement ranges 1)
ODS(R) 96B M/C, M/V, M/D
red light / infrared light
Luminosity coefficient 6 … 90 %, complete measurement range, at 20 °C medium range
UB, measurement object ≥ 50x50 mm²
After an operating time of 15 min., the device has reached the operating temperature
required for an optimal measurement.
Same object, measured object ≥ 50x50 mm²
Typ. ± 0.02 %/K
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ODS 96B technical data
7.2
Electrical data, installation data
ODS(L/R) 96B ODS(L/R) 96B ODS(L/R) 96B ODS(L/R) 96B
M/C…
M/V…
M/D…
M/(C)66…
Electrical data
Operating voltage UB
Residual ripple
Bias current
Switching outputs 1)
Signal voltage high/low
Analogue output
Output current
Serial interface RS 232
Transmission protocol
18 … 30 V DC (incl. residual ripple)
≤ 15 % of UB
≤150 mA
1 push/pull output,
2 push/pull outhigh active, teachable
puts,
high active
≥ (UB - 2 V) / ≤ 2 V
RL ≤ 500 Ohm RL ≥ 2 kOhm
current
voltage
4 … 20 mA
1 … 10 V (factory setting)
max. 100 mA
for each push/pull output
9600 baud (factory setting),
baud rate configurable
2/3 byte transmission, const.
data flow, see
chapter 3.5
Mechanical data
Housing
Optics cover
Weight
Connection type
diecast zinc
glass
380 g
M 12 connector
Environmental data
Ambient temp.
(operation/storage)
Ambient light limit
Protective circuit 2)
VDE safety class 3)
Protection class
Standards applied
1)
2)
3)
4)
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-20 … +50 °C / -30 … +70 °C
≥ 5 kLux
1,2,3
II, all-insulated
IP 67, IP 69K 4)
IEC 60947-5-2
The push-pull switching outputs must not be connected in parallel
1=transient protection, 2=polarity reversal protection, 3=short-circuit protection for all outputs
Rating voltage 250 V AC with closed cover
IP 69K test acc. to DIN 40050 part 9 simulated, high pressure cleaning conditions without
the use of additives, acids and bases are not part of the test.
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7.3
ODS 96B technical data
Dimensioned and Connection Drawings
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
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Indicator diode green
Indicator diode yellow
Transmitter
Receiver
Optical axis
Device plug M 12 x 1
Countersinking for SK nut M 5, 4.2 mm deep
OLED display and key pad
Reference edge for the measurement (cover glass)
Figure 7.1: Dimensioned drawing ODS 96B…, ODSR 96B…
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ODS 96B technical data
ODS 96B laser - types
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
Indicator diode green
Indicator diode yellow
Transmitter
Receiver
Optical axis
Device plug M 12 x 1
Countersinking for SK nut M 5, 4.2 mm deep
OLED display and key pad
Reference edge for the measurement (cover glass)
Figure 7.2: Dimensioned drawing ODSL(R) 96B…
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ODS 96B technical data
ODS 96B M/C with analogue current output
Figure 7.3: Electrical connection ODS(L/R) 96B M/C…
ODS 96B M/C with analogue current output and 2 warning outputs
Figure 7.4: Electrical connection ODS(L/R) 96B M/C66…
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ODS 96B M/V with analogue voltage output
Figure 7.5: Electrical connection ODS(L/R) 96B M/V…
ODS 96B M/D26 with serial RS 232 output
Figure 7.6: Electrical connection ODS(L/R) 96B M/D26…
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ODS 96B M/D36 with serial RS 485 output
Figure 7.7: Electrical connection ODS(L/R) 96B M/D36…
ODS 96B M/66 with 2 teachable push/pull outputs
Figure 7.8: Electrical connection ODS(L/R) 96B M/66…
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Type overview and accessories
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Type overview and accessories
8.1
ODS 96B type overview
Type designation
Description
ODS 96B with laser transmitter
Measurement range 150 … 2000 mm, analogue output
ODSL 96B M/C6-2000-S12
4 … 20 mA, one teachable push/pull output
Measurement range 150 … 2000 mm, analogue output
ODSL 96B M/V6-2000-S12
1 … 10 V, one teachable push/pull output
Measurement range 150 … 2000 mm, RS 232 serial conODSL 96B M/D26-2000-S12
nection, one push/pull output
Measurement range 150 … 2000 mm, RS 485 serial conODSL 96B M/D36-2000-S12
nection, one push/pull output
Measurement range: 150 … 2000 mm,
ODSL 96B M/66-2000-S12
2 teachable push/pull outputs
Measurement range 100 … 800 mm, analogue output
ODSL 96B M/C6-800-S12
4 … 20 mA, light spot diameter: approx. 1mm
one teachable push/pull output
Measurement range 100 … 800 mm, analogue output
ODSL 96B M/V6-800-S12
1 … 10 V, light spot diameter: approx. 1mm
one teachable push/pull output
Part No.
501 06593
501 06594
501 06597
501 06598
501 06599
501 06728
501 06729
ODS 96B with infrared LED
501 06720
501 06721
501 06722
501 06723
501 06724
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Measurement range 100 … 600 mm, analogue output
4 … 20 mA, one teachable push/pull output
Measurement range 100 … 600 mm, analogue output
ODS 96B M/V-600-S12
1 … 10 V, one teachable push/pull output
Measurement range 100 … 600 mm, RS 232 serial connecODS 96B M/D26-600-S12
tion, one push/pull output
Measurement range 100 … 600 mm, RS 485 serial connecODS 96B M/D36-600-S12
tion, one push/pull output
Measurement range: 100 … 600 mm,
ODS 96B M/66-600-S12
2 teachable push/pull outputs
Measurement range 120 … 1400 mm, analogue output
ODS 96B M/C66.01-1400-S12
4 … 20 mA, two push/pull warning outputs
ODS 96B M/C-600-S12
501 06727
ODS 96B with red-light LED
ODSR 96B M/C-600-S12
ODSR 96B M/V-600-S12
Measurement range 100 … 600 mm, analogue output
4 … 20 mA, one teachable push/pull output
Measurement range 100 … 600 mm, analogue output
1 … 10 V, one teachable push/pull output
ODS 96B with red-light laser LED
Measurement range 60 … 2000 mm, analogue output
ODSLR 96B M/C6-2000-S12
4 … 20 mA, one teachable push/pull output
Measurement range 60 … 2000 mm, analogue output
ODSLR 96B M/V6-2000-S12
1 … 10 V, one teachable push/pull output
Table 8.1:
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501 06730
501 06731
501 06732
501 06733
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Type overview and accessories
8.2
Accessories
The following accessories are available for the ODS 96B:
Designation
KD 095-5
KD 095-5A
KB-095-5000-5
KB-095-5000-5A
Order No.
500 20502
500 20501
500 20500
500 20499
K-D M12W-5P-2m-PVC
501 04556
K-D M12A-5P-2m-PVC
501 04555
K-D M12W-5P-5m-PVC
501 04558
K-D M12A-5P-5m-PVC
501 04557
K-D M12W-5P-10m-PVC
501 04560
K-D M12A-5P-10m-PVC
501 04559
K-D M12W-5P-2m-PUR
501 04568
K-D M12A-5P-2m-PUR
501 04567
K-D M12W-5P-5m-PUR
501 04762
K-D M12A-5P-5m-PUR
501 04569
BT 96
UMS 96
UPG 10
500 25570
500 26204
501 07223
Free download
under
www.leuze.de
ODS 96B
configuration software
Table 8.2:
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Short descriptions
M 12 connector (cable socket), user-configurable, 5-pin, angular
M 12 connector (cable socket), user-configurable, 5-pin, axial
Connection lead (M 12, angled, 5 m)
Connection lead (M 12, axial, 5 m)
PVC connection cable with cable socket on one end,
5-pin, M 12, angular, 2 m
PVC connection cable with cable socket on one end,
5-pin, M 12, axial, 2 m
PVC connection cable with cable socket on one end,
5-pin, M 12, angular, 5 m
PVC connection cable with cable socket on one end,
5-pin, M 12, axial, 5 m
PVC connection cable with cable socket on one end,
5-pin, M 12, angular, 10 m
PVC connection cable with cable socket on one end,
5-pin, M 12, axial, 10 m
PUR connection cable with cable socket on one end,
5-pin, M 12, angular, 2 m
PUR connection cable with cable socket on one end,
5-pin, M 12, axial, 2 m
PUR connection cable with cable socket on one end,
5-pin, M 12, angular, 5 m
PUR connection cable with cable socket on one end,
5-pin, M 12, axial, 5 m
Mounting device
Universal mounting system
Universal programming adapter
Software for easily configuring the ODS 96B from a PC
Accessories ODS 96B
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Appendix
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Appendix
9.1
Updating the parameter files of the ODS configuration software
Update from the Internet
Select the Leuze WWW server (http://www.leuze.de).
Change to the download directory
(DOWNLOAD -> BUSINESS UNIT OPTOSENSORS -> Measuring sensors).
Download the ODS 96B configuration software.
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Un-pack the self-extracting ZIP-files into the program directory.
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