Optical Distance Sensors ODSL 8 / ODSL 30

Optical Distance Sensors ODSL 8 / ODSL 30
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Optical Distance Sensors
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Table of contents
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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
2.3.2
ODSL 8 Laser Safety Notices for the United States and Canada ............................................... 10
ODS 96 Laser Safety Notices for the United States and Canada ............................................... 11
2.4
Organisational measures ................................................................................................... 12
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Description ODSL 8 ......................................................................................................... 13
3.1
General description ............................................................................................................ 13
3.2
Typical Areas of Application for the ODSL 8...................................................................... 13
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
Continuous Distance Measurement............................................................................................. 13
Positioning Tasks......................................................................................................................... 14
Filling Level Control for Bulk Goods ............................................................................................ 14
3.3
ODSL 8 Variants ................................................................................................................ 15
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
ODSL 8 with analogue output...................................................................................................... 16
ODSL 8 with serial output ............................................................................................................ 17
ODSL 8 with two switching outputs ............................................................................................. 18
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Technical Data ODSL 8.................................................................................................... 19
4.1
Optical data ........................................................................................................................ 19
4.2
LED indicators.................................................................................................................... 19
4.3
Electrical Data, Installation Data ........................................................................................ 20
4.4
Dimensioned and Connection Drawings ............................................................................ 21
4.5
Accessories........................................................................................................................ 22
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Description ODSL 30 ....................................................................................................... 23
5.1
General description............................................................................................................ 23
5.2
Typical Areas of Application for the ODSL 30.................................................................... 24
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
Continuous Distance Measurement .............................................................................................24
Positioning Tasks .........................................................................................................................24
Collision prevention ......................................................................................................................25
5.3
Mounting ............................................................................................................................ 26
5.4
ODSL 30 Variants .............................................................................................................. 27
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
ODSL 30/V… with Analogue Output ............................................................................................28
ODSL 30/24… with three switching outputs.................................................................................30
ODSL 30/D… with Serial Output ..................................................................................................31
5.5
Operation and parameterisation of the ODSL 30............................................................... 37
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
5.5.4
5.5.5
Parameterisation / menu structure ODSL 30/V… (analogue) ......................................................40
Parameterisation / menu structure ODSL 30/24/V… (3 switching outputs) .................................42
Parameterisation / menu structure ODSL 30/D 232… (digital RS 232) .......................................44
Parameterisation / menu structure ODSL 30/D 485… (digital RS 485) .......................................46
Operating example .......................................................................................................................48
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Technical Data ODSL 30.................................................................................................. 50
6.1
Optical data........................................................................................................................ 50
6.2
Electrical Data, Installation Data ........................................................................................ 51
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.4
ODSL 30/V-30M-S12 ...................................................................................................................51
ODSL 30/24-30M-S12..................................................................................................................51
ODSL 30/D 232-30M-S12 ............................................................................................................52
ODSL 30/D 485-30M-S12 ............................................................................................................52
6.3
Mechanical Data, Environmental Data............................................................................... 53
6.4
Dimensioned and Connection Drawings............................................................................ 54
6.5
Accessories........................................................................................................................ 56
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Description ODS 96 ......................................................................................................... 57
7.1
General description............................................................................................................ 57
7.2
Typical Areas of Application for the ODS 96...................................................................... 57
7.2.1
7.2.2
Continuous Distance Measurement .............................................................................................57
Positioning Tasks .........................................................................................................................58
7.3
ODS 96 Variants ................................................................................................................ 59
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
ODS 96 M/V with Analogue Output..............................................................................................59
ODS 96 M/D with Serial Output....................................................................................................61
ODS 96 M/S with two Switching Outputs .....................................................................................63
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Technical Data ODS 96 .................................................................................................... 64
8.1
Optical data ........................................................................................................................ 64
8.2
LED indicators.................................................................................................................... 65
8.3
Electrical Data, Installation Data ........................................................................................ 65
8.4
Dimensioned and Connection Drawings ............................................................................ 67
8.5
Accessories........................................................................................................................ 69
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Installation ........................................................................................................................ 70
9.1
Storage, Transportation ..................................................................................................... 70
9.2
Mounting ............................................................................................................................ 70
9.3
Teach-in ............................................................................................................................. 73
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Software ............................................................................................................................ 75
10.1
Connection to a PC ............................................................................................................ 75
10.1.1
10.1.2
10.1.3
Connection of the ODSL 8 to a PC.............................................................................................. 75
Connection of the ODSL 30 to a PC............................................................................................ 76
Connection of the ODSL 96 to a PC............................................................................................ 76
10.2
Installation of the Programming Software .......................................................................... 77
10.3
Starting the Program .......................................................................................................... 77
10.3.1
10.3.2
10.3.3
Description of the Menu Commands ........................................................................................... 79
Measurement............................................................................................................................... 80
Parameterisation.......................................................................................................................... 81
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Appendix........................................................................................................................... 86
11.1
Updating the parameter files of the ODS programming software ...................................... 86
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Figures and tables
Figure 2.1:
Figure 3.1:
Figure 3.2:
Figure 3.3:
Figure 3.4:
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Figure 4.3:
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Figure 5.2:
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Figure 5.10:
Figure 6.1:
Figure 6.2:
Figure 6.3:
Figure 6.4:
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Figure 7.3:
Figure 7.4:
Figure 7.5:
Figure 8.1:
Figure 8.2:
Figure 8.3:
Figure 8.4:
Figure 9.1:
Figure 9.2:
Figure 9.3:
Figure 9.4:
Figure 10.1:
Figure 10.2:
Figure 10.3:
Figure 10.4:
Figure 10.5:
Figure 10.6:
Figure 10.7:
Figure 10.8:
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Stick-on label with warning notices .............................................................................. 9
Application example "measurement of the roll diameter"........................................... 14
Application example "Filling Level Control" ................................................................ 15
Behaviour of the analogue output ODSL 8................................................................. 16
Serial output ODSL 8 ................................................................................................. 17
Dimensioned drawing ODSL 8 variants ..................................................................... 21
Electrical Connection ODSL 8 analogue .................................................................... 22
Electrical Connection ODSL 8 digital ......................................................................... 22
Application example Positioning of Elevating Platforms............................................. 24
Application example "Collision Prevention"................................................................ 25
ODSL 30 with BT 30................................................................................................... 26
Dimensioned drawing BT 30 ...................................................................................... 26
Characteristic output curve ODSL 30/V… with positive gradient ............................... 28
Characteristic output curve ODSL 30/V… with negative gradient.............................. 28
Behaviour of the switching outputs ODSL 30/24… ................................................... 30
Serial transmission formats ODSL 30/D… ................................................................. 32
Voltage divider for the RS 485 bus termination.......................................................... 36
Indicator and operating elements ODSL 30 ............................................................... 37
Dimensioned drawing ODSL 30 variants ................................................................... 54
Electrical Connection ODSL 30/V…........................................................................... 55
Electrical Connection ODSL 30/24… ......................................................................... 55
Electrical Connection ODSL 30/D 232….................................................................... 55
Electrical Connection ODSL 30/D 485….................................................................... 56
Application example "Positioning Tasks" ................................................................... 58
Behaviour of the analogue output, ODS 96 M/V (infrared light) ................................. 59
Behaviour of the analogue output, ODS 96 M/V (Laser)............................................ 60
Serial output, ODS 96 M/D......................................................................................... 61
Behaviour of the switching outputs, ODS 96 M/S ...................................................... 63
Dimensioned drawing ODS 96 devices...................................................................... 67
Electrical connection, ODS 96 M/V ............................................................................ 68
Electrical connection, ODS 96 M/V ............................................................................ 68
Electrical connection, ODS 96 M/V ............................................................................ 68
Preferred movement of the objects ............................................................................ 71
Preferred mounting in connection to objects with structured surface......................... 71
View through a chase................................................................................................. 71
Alignment to measurement objects with reflecting surfaces ...................................... 72
Connection of the ODSL 8 to a PC via the programming terminal UPG 5 ................. 75
Connection of the ODSL 30 to a PC via the programming terminal UPG 5 ............... 76
Installation directory ................................................................................................... 77
Device selection ......................................................................................................... 78
Start menu before measurement................................................................................ 78
Display of the current measurement values of the ODS connected........................... 80
Example "Configuration Level": ODS 96 with analogue output.................................. 81
Example "Configuration Level": ODS 96 without an. output with 2 switching outputs 82
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General Information
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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
Absolute measurement accuracy
Shows the possible divergence of the measurement value from the anticipated value
through changes in the environmental conditions during the measuring process.
Higher accuracy is given at 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.
Reference measurement
Device function of the ODSL 30… for the compensation of a possible temperature
drift. A reference measurement should be carried out before each exact measurement. The reference measurement is activated via a separate device input and is
automatically carried out once after the device is switched on.
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Distance measuring procedure, which determines the distance of an object by the
incidence angle of the light reflected from the object.
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Diffuse reflection
Return and/or degree of reflection of the radiated light.
Integration time
The integration time of the ODS 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 frequency
The measurement frequency represents the number of measurements per second.
When adjusting the integration time to the reflectivity independency, the measurement frequency changes corresponding to the reflectivity value.
Response time
The time period required by the ODS 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/
parametered switching distance. At light switching, the switching output is active
(high), at dark switching inactive.
Insensitivity towards extraneous light
Indicates the insensitivity of the measurement result towards extraneous light. The
ODS is reliably measuring even with extraneous light intensity of 5kLux. Typical light
intensity in a work place is only 1kLux.
1.3
Declaration of Conformity
The optical distance sensors of the series ODSL 8, ODSL 30 and ODS 96 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 ODSL 8, ODSL 30 and ODS 96 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 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 have been designed for the following areas
of application:
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Distance measurement
Contour determination
Stack positioning
Filling level measurement
Packet conveying machines and many more
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2.3
Working Safely
Attention Laser Radiation!
The optical distance sensors ODSL 8, ODSL 30 and ODS 96 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(L) at persons!
When mounting and aligning the ODS(L), 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 ODSL 8 uses a laser diode with low power in the visible red light range with an
emitted wavelength of about 650nm. The ODSL 30 uses a laser diode with low power
in the visible red light range with an emitted wavelength of about 655 nm. The ODS 96
uses a laser diode with low power in the visible red light range with an emitted wavelength of about 670nm.
The glass optics cover is the only opening through which the laser radiation can escape from the device. The housing of the ODS(L) is sealed and has no parts that need
to be adjusted or maintained by the user. The device must not be tampered with and
must not be changed in any way! The destruction of the seal voids the warranty!
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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(L), attach them close to the ODS(L) such that reading the notices cannot lead to looking into the laser beam!
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Figure 2.1: Stick-on label with warning notices
Attention
Access and changes to the device, except where expressly described in this operating manual, are not authorised.
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Safety Notices
2.3.1
ODSL 8 Laser Safety Notices for the United States and Canada
The optical distance sensors ODSL 8 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 ODSL 8 uses a laser diode with low power in the visible light range. The emitted wavelength is 650nm. The peak output power of the laser beam is 1.2mW. The radiated power
observed at a distance of 20cm through an aperture of 7mm and averaged over a period of
1000s is less than 1mW 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
ODS 96 Laser Safety Notices for the United States and Canada
The optical distance sensors ODS 96 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 96 uses a laser diode with low power in the visible light range. The emitted wavelength is 670nm. The peak output power of the laser beam is 1.2mW. The radiated power
observed at a distance of 20cm through an aperture of 7mm and averaged over a period of
1000s is less than 1mW 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!
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The use of optical instruments or devices in combination with the device increases
the danger of eye damage!
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2.4
Organisational measures
Documentation
All entries in this operating manual must be heeded, in particular those in section 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
Repairs must only be carried out by the manufacturer or an authorised representative.
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Description ODSL 8
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Description ODSL 8
3.1
General description
The ODSL 8 is a distance measuring device with a large area of application. The equipment
is available as laser version with analogue or digital outputs. The distance measuring device
works on the triangulation principle and uses a CCD line for evaluating the measurement
signal.
An integrated microcontroller in connection with the programming device UPG 5 enables
parameter programming via an optional programming software. Even without software, the
switching point of the switching output can easily be set via a teach input on all variants.
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 lower measurement
frequency results.
Accessories
To expand the functionality of the ODSL 8, a programming software is available.
3.2
Typical Areas of Application for the ODSL 8
3.2.1
Continuous Distance Measurement
All ODSL 8 variants with analogue or digital output can be used for continuous distance
measuring. In order to use all features of the ODSL 8, use of the programming software is
recommended.
Depending on position or settings of the ODS, various applications are possible:
• Measuring the thickness of planks with two opposing sensors and a differential of the
two measured values.
• Stack/Object height measuring.
Even with difficult surfaces, the stack/ object height of moving objects can be measured. Averaging is recommended here.
• Contour determination through controlled passing movement of an object through the
beam of the ODSL 8.
• Volume measuring by taking measurements on two levels during the concurrent
movement of the object.
• Determination of the diameter, e.g., on paper rolls.
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With regard to their dimensions, the ODSL 8 distance sensors are identical with the sensors
of the series 8 of Leuze electronic. Particularly, the mounting accessories of the series 8 can
be used for the ODSL 8. Details can be found in section 4.
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Description ODSL 8
In case of ODSL 8 variants with analogue outputs, it is recommended to limit the working
range of the analogue output to the required distance range. The analogue output will then
be activated within the distance range from 1 … 10V or 4 … 20mA. Distances outside this
range will automatically have an output voltage of < 1V, 4mA or > 10V, 20mA.
3.2.2
Positioning Tasks
For simple positioning tasks, all ODSL 8 variants with analogue output and two teachable
switching outputs are suitable.
The ODSL 8 is mounted in a way to enable positioning in the direction of the measuring
beam.
Figure 3.1: Application example "measurement of the roll diameter"
3.2.3
Filling Level Control for Bulk Goods
For the filling level control in connection with control of material flow, all ODSL 8 variants with
one switching output are suitable. However, the programming software is required to adjust
the hysteresis.
The ODSL 8 is mounted ensuring that its measuring beam meets the surface of the bulk
good vertically. Using the software, the function of Q1 is set to "light switching" and the
minimal filling level entered as lower limit. The upper limit is set to the maximum distance
(400mm). The distance between minimum and maximum filling level is entered as hysteresis.
Material flow is switched on/off by the ODSL 8 as soon as the filling level falls below the
lower limit or reaches the maximum.
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ODSL 8
Figure 3.2: Application example "Filling Level Control"
Notice
For mounting instructions please refer to section 9.2.
3.3
ODSL 8 Variants
Variants
The ODSL 8 is available in four variants:
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• as a laser distance sensor with analogue output (voltage or current)
• measurement range between 25 … 45mm, resolution 0.01mm
• measurement range between 20 … 400mm, resolution 0.1mm
• as a laser distance sensor with digital output (RS 232 or RS 485)
• measurement range between 25 … 45mm, resolution 0.01mm
• measurement range between 20 … 400mm, resolution 0.1mm
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3.3.1
ODSL 8 with analogue output
4
1
1
0
no object
detected
Object
present
Measurement range
undefined
linearity
U [V]
I [mA]
approx. approx.
21
10.5
10
20
undefined
area
undefined
linearity
Analogue output ODSL 8
Measurement
distance [mm]
25 … 45mm: 0
23
25
45 approx.47
20 … 400mm: 0
16
20
400 approx.450 approx.600
approx.600
Figure 3.3: Behaviour of the analogue output ODSL 8
Behaviour of the output, ODSL 8
The ODSL 8 has an analogue output with linear behaviour inside the respective measurement range. The user can choose between current output (4 … 20mA) and voltage output
(1 … 10V). Above and below the linear range, linearity is lost however, the output values
signify an upper deviation (> 20mA respectively > 10V) or a lower deviation (< 4mA respectively < 1V) of the measurement range.
In addition, the ODSL 8 with analogue output also has two switching outputs. The position
within the measuring range, at which the switching outputs are active can be set as needed
via a teach-in lead.
Using the optional programming software, the declivity of the output characteristic curve can
be changed (steep progression with concurrent reduction of the measurement range).
Furthermore, the switching behaviour of the switching outputs can be individually set.
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Description ODSL 8
ODSL 8 with serial output
Serial output
Measurement value = 14 bit
2. High Byte (bit 0 = 1)
1. Low Byte (bit 0 = 0)
LSB
MSB
Figure 3.4: Serial output ODSL 8
The serial output of the ODSL 8 delivers a continuous data stream. The measurement value
is transmitted with two byte. The LSB signifies the High- and the Low-Byte, to ensure recognition of definite coherence. For transmission, no telegram frame, but only the normal serial
protocol is used. The transmission protocol consists of 8 databits, 1 startbit, 1 stopbit, no
parity. The ODSL 8 has a digital output which is realised either through the RS 232 or the
RS 485 interface. The transmission rate is 9600 baud at the RS 232 interface and
9600 baud without termination at the RS 485 interface.
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A "C" program example demonstrates how bytes are read and processed for further usage:
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Program example in "C"
//Start of the program for measurement value generation--------------------Rxbyte = inportb(RXB(COM2.port_adr));
//Read transmitted byte
if (flag==0)
//First byte has to be a
//Low-Byte
{
if ((Rxbyte & 0x01) == 0)
//Test on Low-Byte
{
value = (Rxbyte & 0xFE) >> 1;
//Insert measurement value
//point-aligned
flag = 1;
//Next received
//byte has to be a
//High-Byte
}
}
else
{
if ((Rxbyte & 0x01) == 1) //Test on High-Byte
{
value|=((Rxbyte&0xFE) << 6);
//Insert point-aligned in
//measurement value
flag = 0;
//14 bit measurement value
//is generated
measurement value = value;
//Save measurement value
}
}
// End of program of measurement value generation-------------------------
The ODSL 8 with digital output has one switching output. Its behaviour can be taught or set
via the programming software, as described in section 9.3.
3.3.3
ODSL 8 with two switching outputs
Switching outputs ODSL 8/V…
The two switching outputs of the ODSL 8/V… are working independently from each other.
Via the optional programming software, the switching ranges of the two outputs can be
defined freely within the measurement range.
A common teach line is available for both switching outputs, meaning the switching outputs
are taught alternatingly. The presently taught output is displayed through the simultaneous
or alternating flashing of the LEDs (see section 9.3).
Generally, teaching always takes place towards the middle of the switching range (see
remarks on page 82 and page 83).
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4.1
Optical data
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Optical data
Measurement range 1)
Resolution
Light source
Wavelength
Light-spot diameter
Error limits 2)
Absolute measurement
accuracy 1)
Repeatability 3)
25 … 45mm
20 … 400mm
≤ 0.01mm
≤ 0.1mm
laser (modulated light)
650nm (visible red light)
divergent, 1x6mm at a distance of 400m
Linearity
± 0.5% of measurement
value
± 0.1% of measurement
value
0.5% at 90% white
Timing
Measurement frequency
Response time
Delay before start-up
200Hz (5ms measurement time)
≤ 20ms
≤ 300ms
2)
3)
± 1% up to 200mm
± 2% 200 … 400mm
± 0.25% up to 200mm
± 1% 200 … 400mm
Reflectance factor 6% … 90%, over the whole temperature range, measured object
≥ 50 x 50mm2
After an operating time of 10min., the device has reached the operating temperature
required for an optimal measurement.
Same object, measured object ≥ 50 x 50mm2
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ODSL 8/…-400-S12
LED indicators
LED
ODSL 8
teach in on GND
green permanent light
green flashing
green off
yellow permanent light
yellow flashing
yellow off
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error
no voltage
object within teach-in measurement
distance (switching output 1 only)
teach in on + UB
Teach-in procedure1)
Teach-in procedure1)
object outside teach-in measurement
distance
The teach-in process is described in detail in section 9.3
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Notice
For the ODSL 8/V… (2 switching outputs), the continuous light of the yellow LED shows
merely whether there is an object in the first measurement distance taught (switching
output 1). The state of the second switching output is not displayed.
4.3
Electrical Data, Installation Data
ODSL 8/V…
Electrical data
Operating voltage UB
Residual ripple
Bias current
Switching outputs 1)
Signal voltage high/low
Analogue output 2)
Output current
Digital output RS 232
Digital output RS 485
Transmission protocol
Mechanical data
Housing
Optics cover
Weight
Connection type
Environmental data
Ambient temp.
(operation/storage)
Extraneous light limit
Protective circuit 3)
VDE safety class 4)
Protection class
Standards applied
1)
2)
3)
4)
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18 … 30VDC
10 … 30VDC
(incl. residual ripple)
(incl. residual ripple)
≤ 15% of UB
≤ 50mA
2 PNP transistor outputs,
1 PNP transistor output, high
high active
active
≥ (UB - 2V) / ≤ 2V
RL ≥ 2kOhm:
voltage 1 … 10V
RL ≤ 500Ohm:
current 4 … 20mA
max. 100mA
per transistor output
9600 Baud
9600 Baud,
no termination
2 byte transmission,
constant data flow
metal
glass
70g
M12 connector, 8-pin, turning
-20 … +50°C / -40 … +70°C
≤ 10kLux
2, 3
II, all-insulated
IP 67
IEC 60947-5-2
Inversion possible through programming software
Analogue voltage output is calibrated
2=polarity reversal protection, 3=short-circuit protection for all outputs
Rating voltage 250VAC
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Technical Data ODSL 8
Dimensioned and Connection Drawings
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All ODSL 8 variants
A
B
C
D
E
Transmitter
Receiver
Optical axis
90° turning connector
LED yellow, green
Figure 4.1: Dimensioned drawing ODSL 8 variants
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ODSL 8/V… (analogue output)
Figure 4.2: Electrical Connection ODSL 8 analogue
ODSL 8/D… (digital output)
Figure 4.3: Electrical Connection ODSL 8 digital
4.5
Accessories
The following accessories are available for the ODSL 8:
Designation
Short description
Programming adaptor for ODSL 8
UPG 5
50039627
ODS96-PS
50082006
Programming software
KB-448-2000-8A
50032411
Connection lead (M12, axial, 2m)
KB-448-5000-8A
50033061
Connection lead (M12, axial, 5m)
BT 8…, UMS 8…
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Mounting systems of Series 8
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Description ODSL 30
5.1
General description
The ODSL 30 is a laser distance measuring device with a large area of application. The
equipment is available in different versions with analogue outputs, digital outputs, or
switching outputs. The distance measurement uses the phase measurement principle. The
measurement range lies between 0.2 … 30m.
Integrated in the device are a keypad and a two-line LCD display which can be used to
program the ODSL 30. During measurement operation, the display shows the current measurement value. The switching point of the switching outputs can easily be set via a teach
input on all variants.
Remarks
Moving objects into the measurement beam from the side may lead to incorrect measurement values.
In the case of highly reflective objects, incorrect measurements may take place if the distance exceeds 150m.
If the device is used in areas subject to electrostatic charges, it is recommended to connect
the housing of the ODSL 30 to a common potential.
Accessories
The ODSL 30 ships with a mounting device for easy mounting and alignment (further accessories see chapter 6.5).
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By carrying out the integrated reference measurement function before a measurement, the
sensor's accuracy can be improved. To achieve this, the active input (Pin 2) can be configured via the menu to act either as an activation input with referencing, or as a pure referencing input. While the referencing function is carried out (duration about 0.3s), no
measurement can be taken.
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5.2
Typical Areas of Application for the ODSL 30
5.2.1
Continuous Distance Measurement
All ODSL 30 variants with analogue/digital or switching output can be used for continuous
distance measuring. The menu-guided parameterisation via key pad and LC display on the
device without additional software permits the adaptation to a large number of applications.
Depending on position or settings of the ODS, various applications are possible:
• Stack/Object height measuring. Even with difficult surfaces, the stack/ object height of
moving objects can be measured.
• Contour determination through controlled passing movement of an object through the
beam of the ODSL 30.
• Volume measuring by taking measurements on two levels during the concurrent
movement of the object.
• Determination of the diameter, e.g., on paper rolls.
• Positioning of sidetracking skates, etc.
• Measuring the thickness of planks with two opposing sensors and a differential of the
two measured values.
5.2.2
Positioning Tasks
The ODSL 30 variants with analogue output and/or up to three teachable switching outputs
are ideally suited for basic positioning tasks, such as the height/level adjustment of elevating
platforms and rising floors.
The ODSL 30 is mounted in a way to enable positioning in the direction of the measuring
beam.
Figure 5.1: Application example Positioning of Elevating Platforms
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Description ODSL 30
Collision prevention
The ODSL 30 is ideally suited to be used as collision prevention device:
• Distance regulation via the analogue output of the ODSL 30
• Collision prevention via the switching outputs of the ODSL 30
PON
PON
PON
Q1
Q2
Q2
Q3
ENTER
Q3
ENTER
Q3
ENTER
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Q2
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Figure 5.2: Application example "Collision Prevention"
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5.3
Mounting
The ODSL 30 ships with the mounting device BT 30 that permits the easy mounting and
alignment of the ODSL 30.
Figure 5.3: ODSL 30 with BT 30
Dimensioned drawing BT 30
Figure 5.4: Dimensioned drawing BT 30
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Description ODSL 30
Notice
With the help of the two aiming notches on the upper side of the device, you can carry out a
coarse alignment of the ODSL 30 even before commissioning.
5.4
ODSL 30 Variants
Variants
The ODSL 30 is available in four variants:
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• as a laser distance sensor with 2 analogue outputs 1 … 10V and 4 … 20mA
and 1 universally configurable switching output
measurement range between 0.2 … 30m
• as a laser distance sensor with 3 universally configurable switching outputs
measurement range between 0.2 … 30m
• as a laser distance sensor with serial interface RS 232
and 2 universally configurable switching outputs,
measurement range between 0.2 … 30m
• as a laser distance sensor with serial interface RS 485/RS 422
and 2 universally configurable switching outputs,
measurement range between 0.2 … 30m
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Description ODSL 30
5.4.1
ODSL 30/V… with Analogue Output
20
10
4
1
Measurement range
No object
present
(no signal)
U [V]
typ. 10.5
Ascending characteristic output curve
Object present
I [mA]
typ. 21
Short range (no signal)
Object present
Analogue Output ODSL 30/V…
Measurement
distance [mm]
0
Pos for min. val
Pos for max. val
20
10
4
1
typ. 3
typ. 0.5
Measurement range
No object
present
(no signal)
U [V]
Descending characteristic output curve
Object present
I [mA]
Short range (no signal)
Object present
Figure 5.5: Characteristic output curve ODSL 30/V… with positive gradient
Measurement
distance [mm]
0
Pos for max. val
Pos for min. val
Figure 5.6: Characteristic output curve ODSL 30/V… with negative gradient
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Behaviour of the analogue outputs of the ODSL 30/V…
The ODSL 30/V… has an analogue output with linear behaviour. A current output
(4 … 20mA) and a voltage output (1 … 10V) are available to the user. The analogue output
can be adjusted within the measurement range by configuration via the key pad and LCD
display (adaptation of the characteristic output curve). The parameter Cal. Ana. Output
determines whether the calibration is to be carried out for the current or voltage output. The
characteristic output curve can be configured with a positive or negative gradient. For this
purpose, the two distance values Pos for min. val and Pos for max. val for the
minimum and maximum analogue output value are set accordingly in the range between
200mm and 30000mm (see figure 5.5 and figure 5.6).
Current output 1)
Object distance
with positive with negative with positive with negative
gradient
gradient
gradient
gradient
no object or object too close or too far
away (no signal)
> 20.5mA
(typ. 21mA)
< 3.5mA
(typ. 3mA)
= distance for minimum analogue value
4mA
= distance for maximum analogue value
20mA
< distance for minimum analogue value
> distance for maximum analogue value
1)
2)
Voltage output 2)
> 10.25V
(typ. 10.5V)
< 0.75V
(typ. 0.5V)
20mA
1V
10V
4mA
10V
1V
4mA
20mA
1V
10V
20mA
4mA
10V
1V
The typical values only apply if the current output is calibrated.
The typical values only apply if the voltage output is calibrated.
Additionally, a switching output is available with the ODSL 30/V… with analogue output. The
position within the measuring range at which the switching output becomes active can be
set arbitrarily via a teach line or via parameterisation. In addition to the switching point, it is
also possible to set the switching hysteresis, the switching behaviour (light/dark switching),
and the type of the switching output (PNP high active or NPN low active or PNP/NPN pushpull).
Generally, teaching always takes place towards the switching point (see figure 5.7 on
page 30).
Light switching
Dark switching
Object distance
output Q1
output Q1
No object (no signal)
off
on
< 200mm1)
on
off
< teach value
on
off
> teach value
off
on
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Behaviour of the switching output of the ODSL 30/V…
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5.4.2
ODSL 30/24… with three switching outputs
Switching outputs ODSL 30/24…
Hysteresis
ON
OFF
Measurement distance
Switching point
(teach point)
Figure 5.7: Behaviour of the switching outputs ODSL 30/24…
(switching behaviour: light switching)
Behaviour of the switching outputs of the ODSL 30/24…
The ODSL 30/24… has three independent switching outputs. The position within the measuring range at which the switching outputs become active can be set arbitrarily via a teach
line or via parameterisation. In addition to the switching points, it is also possible to configure
the switching hysteresis, the switching behaviour (light/dark switching), and the type of the
switching output (PNP high active or NPN low active or PNP/NPN push-pull).
Generally, teaching always takes place towards the switching point (see remarks on
page 82 and page 83).
Light switching
Dark switching
Object distance
output Q1 output Q2 output Q3 output Q1 output Q2 output Q3
No object (no signal)
off
off
off
on
on
on
< 200mm1)
on
on
on
off
off
off
< teach value
on
on
on
off
off
off
> teach value
off
off
off
on
on
on
1)
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Description ODSL 30
ODSL 30/D… with Serial Output
The ODSL 30/D… has 2 digital switching outputs and one serial interface which is implemented either as an RS 232 interface or as an RS 485/RS 422 interface. The transmission
rate can be set to between 600 and 115200 baud.
The serial transmission is carried out with 1 start bit, 8 data bits and 1 or 2 stop bits without
parity.
For the transmission of the measurement values, 4 different transmission modes may be
configured (see figure 5.8):
ASCII measurement value (7 bytes, measurement range 0 … 30m, resolution 1mm)1)
14 bit measurement value (2 bytes, measurement range 0 … 15m, resolution 1mm) 1)
16 bit measurement value (3 bytes, measurement range 0 … 30m, resolution 1mm) 1)
Remote Control Operation 2)
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•
•
•
1)
Continuous measured value output in a 100ms grid. For the ODSL 30/D 485…, the transfer is
carried out in RS 422 mode, i.e., with permanent transmission on the Tx+ and Tx- lines.
2)
For the ODSL 30/D 485…, the transfer is carried out in RS 485 mode, i.e., the Tx+ and Txlines are switched to receive. This permits several ODSL 30/D 485… to be connected onto a
single bus. In this case, the device addresses of the individual devices must differ from each
other.
The ODSL 30/D 232… can also be operated via remote control, however, only as a point-topoint-connection between the ODSL 30 and the controller.
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Measurement value ASCII transmission
Transmission format: MMMMM<CR>
MMMMM
= 5-digit measurement value
<CR>
= ASCII character "Carriage Return" (x0D)
Measurement value = 14 bits (measurement range 0 … 15m, resolution 1mm)
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 bits (measurement range 0 … 30m, resolution 1mm)
0
bit 5
bit 4
bit 3
bit 2
bit 1
bit 0 (LSB)
0
7
0
0
bit 11
bit 10
bit 9
bit 8
bit 7
bit 6
7
2. Middle Byte (bit 0 = 1, bit 1 = 0)
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
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 5.8: Serial transmission formats ODSL 30/D…
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Measurement value output for various transmission types
Measurement value output for protocol
Object distance
ASCII
14 bit
16 bit
Remote
4 bytes
Remote
5 bytes
No object (no signal)
65535
16383
65535
9999
65535
< 200mm1)
distance value
distance value
distance value
distance value
distance value
200mm … 9900mm
distance value
distance value
distance value
distance value
distance value
9901mm … 16000mm
distance value
distance value
distance value
9901
distance value
16001mm … 65000mm
distance value
16001
distance value
9901
distance value
> 65000mm
65001
16001
65001
9901
65001
Device error
0
0
0
0
0
1)
Only if a received signal is available that can still be evaluated, otherwise same as "no
object"
Commands for remote control operation
For remote control operation (parameter Remote Control), a device address between
0 … 14 can be set. In this operating mode, the ODSL 30/D… reacts only to commands from
the controller. The following control commands are available:
Query of 4-digit measurement value (ODS 96 compatible, bus operation for ODSL 30/
D 485…):
Command
Sensor
Response
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Sensor
address
0x00
through
0x0E
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
"#"
–
"*"
(0x2A)
ASCII address
tens
ASCII-distance measurement value
ones
thousands
hundreds
tens
(0x23)
ones
Response
time
max.
120ms
Query of 5-digit measurement value (bus operation for ODSL 30/D 485…):
Byte No.
Command
0
1
2
"*"
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
"*"
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
(0x2A)
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3
4
5
6
7
8
"M"
"#"
(0x4D)
(0x23)
–
–
–
–
–
Status
(0x23)
ASCII-distance measurement value
ten
thousands
thousands
hundreds
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tens
ones
"#"
Response
time
max.
120ms
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Byte No.
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Activation of referencing (bus operation for ODSL 30/D 485…):
Byte No.
Command
0
1
2
"*"
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
"*"
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
Status
(0x23)
(0x2A)
Sensor
Response
(0x2A)
3
4
5
6
7
8
"R"
"#"
(0x52)
(0x23)
–
–
–
–
–
"#"
–
–
–
–
–
Response
time
max.
120ms
Sensor activation1) (bus operation for ODSL 30/D 485…):
Byte No.
Command
0
1
2
"*"
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
"*"
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
Status
(0x23)
(0x2A)
Sensor
Response
(0x2A)
3
4
5
6
7
8
"A"
"#"
(0x41)
(0x23)
–
–
–
–
–
"#"
–
–
–
–
–
Response
time
max.
120ms
Deactivating the sensor1) (bus operation for the ODSL 30/D 485…):
Byte No.
Command
0
1
2
"*"
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
"*"
ASCII
address
"0…9",
"A…D"
Status
(0x23)
(0x2A)
Sensor
Response
(0x2A)
3
4
5
6
7
8
"D"
"#"
(0x44)
(0x23)
–
–
–
–
–
"#"
–
–
–
–
–
Response
time
max.
120ms
Status byte (bitwise processing):
Bit number
Value
7 (MSB)
0x80
always = 0 (reserved)
6
0x40
1 = other error, 0 = OK
5
0x20
always = 1, if the status is 0x20, the sensor functions flawlessly
4
0x10
always = 0 (reserved)
3
0x08
always = 0 (reserved)
2
0x04
1 = sensor deactivated, 0 = sensor activated
1
0x02
1 = no signal or signal too low, 0 = signal OK
0 (LSB)
0x01
1 = Laser defective, 0 = Laser OK
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Meaning
The sensor is activated by default and in this case cannot be deactivated via the control command. The control command is only effective if the input activ/ref is configured as an activation
and referencing input. In this case, the following applies: The sensor is activated if the input
activ/ref is at active level or if the sensor is activated via control command. The sensor is deactivated if the input activ/ref is not at active level and the sensor is deactivated via control command.
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Behaviour of the switching outputs of the ODSL 30/D…
In addition, the ODSL 30/D… with serial output also has two switching outputs. The position
within the measuring range at which the switching outputs become active can be set arbitrarily via a teach line or via parameterisation. In addition to the switching points, it is also
possible to configure the switching hysteresis, the switching behaviour (light/dark switching),
and the type of the switching output (PNP high active or NPN low active or PNP/NPN pushpull).
Generally, teaching always takes place towards the switching point (see figure 5.7 on
page 30).
Light switching
Dark switching
Object distance
output Q1
output Q2
output Q1
No object (no signal)
off
off
on
output Q2
on
< 200mm1)
on
on
off
off
< teach value
on
on
off
off
> teach value
off
off
on
on
1)
Only if a received signal is available that can still be evaluated, otherwise same as "no
object"
Notes regarding the termination of the data lines of the ODSL 30/D 485…
These standards define some basic rules that should be followed in order to achieve the
most reliable data transmission:
• The data lines A and B (which correspond to the ODSL 30 pins Tx+ and Tx-) are connected to an intrinsic impedance of Z0 ≈ 120Ω via a 2-wire twisted pair cable.
• The end of the data line (and the beginning in case of RS 485) is terminated using a
120Ω resistor. The ODSL 30/D 485… does not have an internal bus termination.
• The RS 485 bus participants are wired in an in-line bus topology, i.e., the data line is
fed from one bus participant to the next. Cable stubs are to be avoided or to be kept
as short as possible.
• The RS 485 specification assumes an inactive potential difference of UAB ≥ 200mV
between the data cables. A bus termination in the form of a voltage divider should be
implemented in order to maintain this level. Usually, it is connected to the RS 485
coupling module of the PLC.
The RS 485 specification permits transmission rates in the megabit range for up to
32 participants. The ODSL 30/D 485… is designed for a data transmission rate of typically
9600 Baud (600 … 115200 Baud may be configured). In practice, this means that the strict
requirements regarding the bus termination and the cabling are "softened" for a few bus
participants.
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The ODSL 30/D 485… features a combined transmitter and receiver component that can
transmit serial data according to the RS 485 and RS 422 standard (see TIA/EIA-485-A or
DIN66259, Part 3).
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However, it is important to maintain the bus idle levels (UAB ≥ 200mV). If the PLC coupling
module does not include a bus termination with voltage divider, the following circuit may be
used.
+24 V
15 kΩ
A (Tx+)
470 Ω
B (Tx-)
1,5 kΩ
Figure 5.9: Voltage divider for the RS 485 bus termination
The RS 422 connection does not require a bus termination for cable lengths up to about
20m and data transmission rates less than 9600 Baud.
Further information:
• RS 422: Electrical Specification acc. to DIN 66259, Part 3
• ISO 8482: Abstract
Specifies the physical medium characteristics for twisted pair multipoint interconnections in either 2-wire or 4-wire network topology, a binary and bi-directional signal
transfer, the electrical and mechanical design of the endpoint system branch cables
and the common trunk cable which may be up to 1200m in length, the component
measurements of the integrated type generators and receivers within the endpoint
system, the applicable data signalling rate up to 12.5Mbit/s.
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Description ODSL 30
Operation and parameterisation of the ODSL 30
Indicator and operating elements
PON
Q1
Q2
Q3
Device LEDs
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ENTER
two-line LCD display with 16 characters each
key pad with 3 buttons
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Figure 5.10: Indicator and operating elements ODSL 30
LED indicators ODSL 30
LED
Colour
Display when
PON
green permanent light ready
green off
no voltage
yellow permanent light object inside teach-in measurement distance
yellow flashing
Teach-in procedure1)
yellow off
object outside teach-in measurement distance or no signal
present
Q1,
Q2,
Q3
1)
teach-in activated
The teach-in process is described in detail in section 9.3
Notice
The 3 yellow LEDs Q1, Q2 and Q3 for the status display of the up to 3 switching outputs are
additionally located in the optical window of the ODSL 30. Only the LEDs for those switching
outputs that are actually available in the respective device version have a function.
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Description ODSL 30
Switching on
After power-on and error-free initialisation of the device, the green LED PON lights up
continuously, the ODSL 30 is measurement mode. The display lighting remains switched
off.
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In measurement mode, the LCD display shows the current measurement value in millimetres. If no object is detected or if the signal is too weak, the notice NO SIGNAL appears on
the display.
Notice
After an operating time of 30 min., the device has reached the operating temperature required for an optimal measurement and should be referenced then.
The measurement values can be viewed via the ODS programming software. The programming terminal UPG 5 is required for this purpose. While the device is switched on, the left
arrow key (up arrow) on the key pad must be pressed simultaneously.
(see chapter 10.1.2 "Connection of the ODSL 30 to a PC").
Adjustment of the display contrast
While switching the device on, press both arrow keys of the ODSL 30 simultaneously.
contrast: 160
After releasing the keys, you can decrease or increase the contrast of the LCD display with
the arrow keys (value range 0 … 255). By pressing ENTER, the adjusted contrast value is
applied and you get to the configuration menu of the ODSL 30.
Reset to factory settings
By pressing ENTER while switching the device on, you can reset the configuration of the
ODSL 30 to the state upon delivery.
A safety prompt appears.
Default Setting?
Press
for OK
By pressing ENTER again, all parameters are reset to factory settings. All settings made
previously are permanently lost. By pressing an arrow key, the ODSL 30 returns to measurement operation without resetting the parameters.
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Description ODSL 30
Parameterisation / navigation in the menu
By pressing an arbitrary key, the LCD display illumination is switched on, and the configuration menu of the ODSL 30 appears.
! You can scroll through the menu items using the arrow keys.
! You can select the individual menu items by pressing ENTER.
! If a value or parameter can be changed, a cursor flashes. You can change this value or parameter by using the arrow keys. You apply the setting by pressing
ENTER.
! Via the menu item "Return", you return to the parent level in the menu structure.
! Via the menu item "Exit from Menu", you return to the measurement mode.
Notice
Values that can be toggled or edited are shown in red (PDF file) or grey (b/w print of the manual) in the menu structure.
If no key is pressed for 60s in the configuration menu, the device automatically returns to
the measurement mode.
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The device can be protected against unauthorised parameterisation change by activating
the password query. The password is always set to "165".
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Description ODSL 30
5.5.1
Parameterisation / menu structure ODSL 30/V… (analogue)
Level 1
Input Menu
Level 2
Inp. teach Q1/Q2
Teach Out Q1/Q2
Input activ/ref
Referencing
Input Polarity
active HIGH +24V
Level 3
Inp. teach Q1/Q2
Teach Out Q1/Q2
Inp. teach Q1/Q2
Input disabled
Level 4
Q1 Function sel.
Input activ/ref
Referencing
Input activ/ref
Activation + Ref
Input activ/ref
Input disabled
Input is referencing input
All inputs are active high
X
All inputs are active low
Return to level 1
Q1 Switch Point
Value:
001000
Q1 Switch Point
act Value: 01000
Switching point of output Q1 in
millimetres
1000
Q1 Hysteresis
Q1 Hysteresis
Value:
000020 act Value: 00020
Switching hysteresis of output
Q1 in millimetres
20
Q1 light/dark
light switching
Q1 light/dark
light switching
Q1 is active if an object is
present in the switching range
X
Q1 light/dark
dark switching
Q1 is active if no object is
present in the switching range
Q1 Driver
PNP high active
Q1 Driver
NPN low active
Q1 Driver
PNP/NPN pushpull
Return
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X
Input activ is deactivated
Return
Out Cal. Ana. Output
Current 4-20mA
X
Input is activation and referencing input
Input Polarity
active HIGH +24V
Input Polarity
active LOW
0V
Q1 Driver
PNP high active
Analogue
Menu
Default
Teach input is deactivated
Return
Output Q Menu
Explanation / Notes
Teach input is activated
Q1 is high-side output (PNP)
X
Q1 is low-side output (NPN)
Q1 is push-pull output
Return to level 2
Return to level 1
Cal. Ana. Output
Current 4-20mA
Current output calibrated,
Voltage output uncalibrated
Cal. Ana. Output
Voltage 1-10V
Voltage output calibrated,
Current output uncalibrated
X
Pos for max. val Pos for max. val
Value:
005000 act Value: 05000
Distance [mm], at which the
max. analogue value is output
5000
Pos for min. val Pos for min. val
Value:
000200 act Value: 00200
Distance [mm], at which the
min. analogue value is output
200
Return
Return to level 1
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Service Menu
Level 2
Password check
inactive
Description ODSL 30
Level 3
Password check
inactive
Level 4
Password Check
activated
Explanation / Notes
Default
Password for menu access not
active
X
Password for menu access
active,
password: 165 (can not be
changed)
ODSL 30 Serial No
Val:
99999
Display of serial number, no
changes possible
Software
Val:
Display of software version, no
changes possible
YYMMDD
31024
Parameter YYMMDD
Val:
31024
Display of parameter version,
no changes possible
Interface-Type
Analog Interface
Display of the interface type,
no changes possible
Return
Return to level 1
Exit from Menu
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Return to measurement mode
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Description ODSL 30
5.5.2
Parameterisation / menu structure ODSL 30/24/V… (3 switching outputs)
Level 1
Input Menu
Level 2
Inp. teach Q1/Q2
Teach Out Q1/Q2
Input activ/ref
Referencing
Inp. teach Q3
Teach output Q3
Input Polarity
active HIGH +24V
Level 3
Inp. teach Q1/Q2
Teach Out Q1/Q2
Inp. teach Q1/Q2
Input disabled
Level 4
Q1 Function sel.
Input activ/ref
Referencing
Input activ/ref
Activation + Ref
Input activ/ref
Input disabled
Input is referencing input
X
Input activ is deactivated
Teach input is activated
X
Teach input is deactivated
Input Polarity
active HIGH +24V
Input Polarity
active LOW
0V
All inputs are active high
X
All inputs are active low
Return to level 1
Q1 Switch Point
Value:
001000
Q1 Switch Point
act Value: 01000
Switching point of output Q1 in
millimetres
1000
Q1 Hysteresis
Q1 Hysteresis
Value:
000020 act Value: 00020
Switching hysteresis of output
Q1 in millimetres
20
Q1 light/dark
light switching
Q1 light/dark
light switching
Q1 is active if an object is
present in the switching range
X
Q1 light/dark
dark switching
Q1 is active if no object is
present in the switching range
Q1 Driver
PNP high active
Q1 Driver
NPN low active
Q1 Driver
PNP/NPN pushpull
Return
Q2 Switch Point
Value:
001000
Q1 is high-side output (PNP)
X
Q1 is low-side output (NPN)
Q1 is push-pull output
Return to level 2
Q2 Switch Point
act Value: 01000
Switching point of output Q2 in
millimetres
1500
Q2 Hysteresis
Q2 Hysteresis
Value:
000020 act Value: 00020
Switching hysteresis of output
Q2 in millimetres
20
Q2 light/dark
light switching
Q2 is active if an object is
present in the switching range
X
Q2 light/dark
dark switching
Q2 is active if no object is
present in the switching range
Q2 Driver
PNP high active
Q2 Driver
NPN low active
Q2 Driver
PNP/NPN pushpull
Q2 is low-side output (NPN)
Q2 light/dark
light switching
Q2 Driver
PNP high active
Return
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X
Input is activation and referencing input
Inp. teach Q3
Teach Output Q3
Inp. teach Q3
Input disabled
Q1 Driver
PNP high active
Q2 Function sel.
Default
Teach input is deactivated
Return
Output Q Menu
Explanation / Notes
Teach input is activated
ODSL 8 / ODSL 30 / ODS 96
Q2 is high-side output (PNP)
X
Q2 is push-pull output
Return to level 2
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Q3 Function sel.
Level 3
Q3 Switch Point
Value:
001000
Level 4
Q3 Switch Point
act Value: 01000
Explanation / Notes
Default
Switching point of output Q3 in
millimetres
2000
Q3 Hysteresis
Q3 Hysteresis
Value:
000020 act Value: 00020
Switching hysteresis of output
Q3 in millimetres
20
Q3 light/dark
light switching
Q3 light/dark
light switching
Q3 is active if an object is
present in the switching range
X
Q3 light/dark
dark switching
Q3 is active if no object is
present in the switching range
Q3 Driver
PNP high active
Q3 Driver
NPN low active
Q3 Driver
PNP/NPN pushpull
Q3 is low-side output (NPN)
Q3 Driver
PNP high active
Return
Return
Service Menu
X
Q3 is push-pull output
Return to level 2
Return to level 1
Password Check
inactive
Password Check
inactive
Password for menu access not
active
Password Check
activated
Password for menu access
active,
password: 165 (can not be
changed)
ODSL 30 Serial No
Val:
99999
Display of serial number, no
changes possible
Software
Val:
Display of software version, no
changes possible
YYMMDD
31024
Parameter YYMMDD
Val:
31024
Display of parameter version,
no changes possible
Interface-Type
3 Outp. Q1-Q2-Q3
Display of the interface type,
no changes possible
Return
Return to level 1
Exit from Menu
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X
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Description ODSL 30
Return to measurement mode
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Description ODSL 30
5.5.3
Parameterisation / menu structure ODSL 30/D 232… (digital RS 232)
Level 1
Input Menu
Level 2
Inp. teach Q1/Q2
Teach Out Q1/Q2
Input activ/ref
Referencing
Input Polarity
active HIGH +24V
Level 3
Inp. teach Q1/Q2
Teach Out Q1/Q2
Inp. teach Q1/Q2
Input disabled
Level 4
Q1 Function sel.
Input activ/ref
Referencing
Input activ/ref
Activation + Ref
Input activ/ref
Input disabled
Input is referencing input
X
Input activ is deactivated
All inputs are active high
X
All inputs are active low
Return to level 1
Q1 Switch Point
Value:
001000
Q1 Switch Point
act Value: 01000
Switching point of output Q1 in
millimetres
1000
Q1 Hysteresis
Q1 Hysteresis
Value:
000020 act Value: 00020
Switching hysteresis of output
Q1 in millimetres
20
Q1 light/dark
light switching
Q1 light/dark
light switching
Q1 is active if an object is
present in the switching range
X
Q1 light/dark
dark switching
Q1 is active if no object is
present in the switching range
Q1 Driver
PNP high active
Q1 Driver
NPN low active
Q1 Driver
PNP/NPN pushpull
Return
Q2 Switch Point
Value:
001000
Q1 is high-side output (PNP)
X
Q1 is low-side output (NPN)
Q1 is push-pull output
Return to level 2
Q2 Switch Point
act Value: 01000
Switching point of output Q2 in
millimetres
1500
Q2 Hysteresis
Q2 Hysteresis
Value:
000020 act Value: 00020
Switching hysteresis of output
Q2 in millimetres
20
Q2 light/dark
light switching
X
Q2 Driver
PNP high active
Q2 light/dark
light switching
Q2 is active if an object is
present in the switching range
Q2 light/dark
dark switching
Q2 is active if no object is
present in the switching range
Q2 Driver
PNP high active
Q2 Driver
NPN low active
Q2 Driver
PNP/NPN pushpull
Q2 is low-side output (NPN)
Return
Return
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X
Input is activation and referencing input
Input Polarity
active HIGH +24V
Input Polarity
active LOW
0V
Q1 Driver
PNP high active
Q2 Function sel.
Default
Teach input is deactivated
Return
Output Q Menu
Explanation / Notes
Teach input is activated
Q2 is high-side output (PNP)
X
Q2 is push-pull output
Return to level 2
Return to level 1
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COM Function sel
ASCII Distance
Node Address
Value: 000
Level 3
COM Function sel
ASCII Distance
X
COM Function sel
Distance 16 bit
Serial transmission, 16 bit
measurement value, 30m
measurement range
COM Function sel
Remote Control
Remote control activated,
RS 232 no bus operation
COM Function sel
switched OFF
Serial data transmission deactivated
Node Address
act Value: 000
Node address 0 … 14
0
Baud rate 9600 bit/s
X
COM
9600
COM
19200
COM
28800
COM
38400
COM
57600
COM
115200
COM
600
COM
1200
COM
2400
COM
4800
Stopbits COM
1
Stopbits COM
2
Baud rate 19200 bit/s
Baud rate 28800 bit/s
Baud rate 38400 bit/s
Baud rate 57600 bit/s
Baud rate 115200 bit/s
Baud rate 600 bit/s
Baud rate 1200 bit/s
Baud rate 2400 bit/s
Baud rate 4800 bit/s
Number of stop bits: 1
X
Number of stop bits: 2
Return to level 1
Password Check
inactive
Password Check
inactive
Password for menu access not
active
Password Check
activated
Password for menu access
active,
password: 165 (can not be
changed)
ODSL 30 Serial No
Val:
99999
Display of serial number, no
changes possible
Software
Val:
Display of software version, no
changes possible
YYMMDD
31024
Parameter YYMMDD
Val:
31024
Display of parameter version,
no changes possible
Interface-Type
RS232 Interface
Display of the interface type,
no changes possible
Return
Return to level 1
Exit from Menu
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COM Function sel
Distance 14 bit
Return
Service Menu
Explanation / Notes
Serial transmission,
measurement output in ASCII
Serial transmission, 14 bit
measurement value, 15m
measurement range
Baudrate COM
Baudrate
Baudrate
9600 Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Stopbits COM
1
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Level 1
Serial COM Menu
Description ODSL 30
X
Return to measurement mode
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5.5.4
Parameterisation / menu structure ODSL 30/D 485… (digital RS 485)
Level 1
Input Menu
Level 2
Inp. teach Q1/Q2
Teach Out Q1/Q2
Input activ/ref
Referencing
Input Polarity
active HIGH +24V
Level 3
Inp. teach Q1/Q2
Teach Out Q1/Q2
Inp. teach Q1/Q2
Input disabled
Level 4
Q1 Function sel.
Input activ/ref
Referencing
Input activ/ref
Activation + Ref
Input activ/ref
Input disabled
Input is referencing input
X
Input activ is deactivated
All inputs are active high
X
All inputs are active low
Return to level 1
Q1 Switch Point
Value:
001000
Q1 Switch Point
act Value: 01000
Switching point of output Q1 in
millimetres
1000
Q1 Hysteresis
Q1 Hysteresis
Value:
000020 act Value: 00020
Switching hysteresis of output
Q1 in millimetres
20
Q1 light/dark
light switching
Q1 light/dark
light switching
Q1 is active if an object is
present in the switching range
X
Q1 light/dark
dark switching
Q1 is active if no object is
present in the switching range
Q1 Driver
PNP high active
Q1 Driver
NPN low active
Q1 Driver
PNP/NPN pushpull
Return
Q2 Switch Point
Value:
001000
Q1 is high-side output (PNP)
X
Q1 is low-side output (NPN)
Q1 is push-pull output
Return to level 2
Q2 Switch Point
act Value: 01000
Switching point of output Q2 in
millimetres
1500
Q2 Hysteresis
Q2 Hysteresis
Value:
000020 act Value: 00020
Switching hysteresis of output
Q2 in millimetres
20
Q2 light/dark
light switching
X
Q2 Driver
PNP high active
Q2 light/dark
light switching
Q2 is active if an object is
present in the switching range
Q2 light/dark
dark switching
Q2 is active if no object is
present in the switching range
Q2 Driver
PNP high active
Q2 Driver
NPN low active
Q2 Driver
PNP/NPN pushpull
Q2 is low-side output (NPN)
Return
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X
Input is activation and referencing input
Input Polarity
active HIGH +24V
Input Polarity
active LOW
0V
Q1 Driver
PNP high active
Q2 Function sel.
Default
Teach input is deactivated
Return
Output Q Menu
Explanation / Notes
Teach input is activated
Q2 is high-side output (PNP)
X
Q2 is push-pull output
Return to level 2
Return to level 1
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COM Function sel
ASCII Distance
Node Address
Value: 000
Level 3
COM Function sel
ASCII Distance
X
COM Function sel
Distance 16 bit
Serial transmission, 16 bit
measurement value, 30m
measurement range
COM Function sel
Remote Control
Remote control activated via
bus commands
COM Function sel
switched OFF
Serial data transmission deactivated
Node Address
act Value: 000
Node address 0 … 14
0
Baud rate 9600 bit/s
X
COM
9600
COM
19200
COM
28800
COM
38400
COM
57600
COM
115200
COM
600
COM
1200
COM
2400
COM
4800
Stopbits COM
1
Stopbits COM
2
Baud rate 19200 bit/s
Baud rate 28800 bit/s
Baud rate 38400 bit/s
Baud rate 57600 bit/s
Baud rate 115200 bit/s
Baud rate 600 bit/s
Baud rate 1200 bit/s
Baud rate 2400 bit/s
Baud rate 4800 bit/s
Number of stop bits: 1
X
Number of stop bits: 2
Return to level 1
Password Check
inactive
Password Check
inactive
Password for menu access not
active
Password Check
activated
Password for menu access
active,
password: 165 (can not be
changed)
ODSL 30 Serial No
Val:
99999
Display of serial number, no
changes possible
Software
Val:
Display of software version, no
changes possible
YYMMDD
31024
Parameter YYMMDD
Val:
31024
Display of parameter version,
no changes possible
Interface-Type
RS 485 Interface
Display of the interface type,
no changes possible
Return
Return to level 1
Exit from Menu
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COM Function sel
Distance 14 bit
Return
Service Menu
Explanation / Notes
Serial transmission,
measurement output in ASCII
Serial transmission, 14 bit
measurement value, 15m
measurement range
Baudrate COM
Baudrate
Baudrate
9600 Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Baudrate
Stopbits COM
1
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Level 1
Serial COM Menu
Description ODSL 30
X
Return to measurement mode
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5.5.5
Operating example
The following values are to be configured for an ODSL 30/V… :
• calibrated current output 4 … 20mA, characteristic curve with positive gradient and
measurement range 500 … 3500mm.
• switching point for output Q1 at 3150mm.
The device is set to factory settings and is in measurement mode.
Configuring the calibrated current output
Action
Press an arbitrary key
,
Display
, or
ENTER
Input Menu
.
Press the keys
and
to change to the
menu item "Analog Out Menu".
Analogue
Menu
You get to the configuration menu for the
ODSL 30…
Out
Menu item for the configuration of the analogue output.
Cal Ana. Output
Current 4-20mA
Current output 4 … 20mA is already set as
the calibrated output.
Pos for min. val
Value:
000200
This menu item sets the distance value for
the minimum analogue value.
Pos for min. val
act Value: 00200
Ready for editing.
Pos for min. val
new Value->00500
New value has been edited.
key.
to store press
new Val.: 00500
Applying.
key.
Pos for min. val
Value:
000500
Saving.
Press the keys
and
to change to the
menu item "Pos for max. val".
Pos for max. val
Value:
005000
This menu item sets the distance value for
the maximum analogue value.
Pos for max. val
act Value: 05000
Ready for editing.
Pos for max. val
new Value->03500
New value has been edited.
key.
to store press
new Val.: 03500
Applying.
key.
Pos for max. val
Value:
003500
Saving.
Return
This menu item leads to the parent level.
Select menu item with the
ENTER
key.
Press the keys
and
to change to the
menu item "Pos for min. val".
Press the
ENTER
key to edit the value.
Press the
and
keys to change the
present value to "500".
Apply the new value by pressing the
Save the new value by pressing the
Press the
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
key to edit the value.
Press the
and
keys to change the
present value to "3500".
Apply the new value by pressing the
Save the new value by pressing the
ENTER
ENTER
Change to the menu item "Return" by pressing
the
and
keys.
Select menu item with the
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Explanation / Notes
ENTER
key.
Analogue
Menu
Out
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Action
Display
Press the keys
and
to change to the
menu item "Exit from Menu".
Select menu item with the
ENTER
Exit from Menu
Explanation / Notes
This menu item exits the configuration
menu.
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mode
key.
Configuring the switching point Q1
Display
Input Menu
You get to the configuration menu for the
ODSL 30…
Output Q Menu
This menu item configures the switching
outputs.
key.
Q1 Function sel.
Menu item for the configuration of the
switching output Q1.
key.
Q1 Switch Point
Value:
001000
This menu item configures the switching
point for output Q1.
key to edit the value.
Q1 Switch Point
act Value: 01000
Ready for editing.
Q1 Switch Point
new Value->03150
New value has been edited.
key.
to store press
new Val.: 03150
Applying.
key.
Q1 Switch Point
Value:
003150
Saving.
Return
This menu item leads to the parent level.
Output Q Menu
Menu level 1.
Exit from Menu
This menu item exits the configuration
menu.
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The device has returned to measurement
mode
Press an arbitrary key
,
, or
ENTER
.
Press the keys
and
to change to the
menu item "Output Q Menu".
Select menu item with the
Select menu item with the
Press the
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
Press the
and
keys to change the
present value to "3150".
Apply the new value by pressing the
Save the new value by pressing the
ENTER
ENTER
Change to the menu item "Return" by pressing
the
and
keys.
Select menu item with the
ENTER
key.
Press the keys
and
to change to the
menu item "Exit from Menu".
Select menu item with the
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ENTER
key.
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Technical Data ODSL 30
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Technical Data ODSL 30
6.1
Optical data
ODSL 30
Optical data
Measurement range 1)
Resolution
Light source
Wavelength
Light-spot diameter
Minimum object size
0.2 … 30m
1mm
laser (modulated light)
655 nm (visible red light)
divergent, Ø6mm at a distance of 10m
50x50mm2 at a distance of 10m (6 … 90% diffuse reflection)
Error limits 2)
Absolute measurement
accuracy 1)
Repeatability 3)
Temperature drift
± 5mm (6 … 90% diffuse reflection),
± 2mm (90% diffuse reflection) after referencing
± 2mm (6 … 90% diffuse reflection)
typ. 0.5mm/K (without referencing)
Timing
Measurement time
Delay before start-up
100ms (90% diffuse reflection)
≤1s
1)
2)
3)
50
ODSL 30/D… and ODSL 30/24… only:
Luminosity coefficient 6 … 90%, over the entire temperature range, measured object
≥ 50 x 50mm2
After an operating time of 10min., the device has reached the operating temperature
required for an optimal measurement.
Same object, measured object ≥ 50 x 50mm2
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Technical Data ODSL 30
6.2
Electrical Data, Installation Data
6.2.1
ODSL 30/V-30M-S12
ODSL 30/V-30M-S12
Electrical data
Operating voltage UB
Residual ripple
Power consumption
Switching output 1)
Signal voltage high/low
Output current
Analogue output
Deviation of the
characteristic curve 3)
Repeatability 4)
4)
6.2.2
LC display and key pad at the device for parameterisation
The current output is calibrated
Reflectance factor 6% … 90%, over the whole temperature range, measured object
≥ 50 x 50mm2
Same object, measured object ≥ 50 x 50mm2
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1)
2)
3)
18 … 30VDC (incl. residual ripple)
≤ 15% of UB
≤4W
1 PNP transistor output, HIGH active (default),
NPN transistor or push-pull through parameterisation
≥ (UB -2V)/≤ 2V
max. 100mA
per transistor output
1 voltage output 1 … 10V (RL ≥ 2kOhm)
1 current output 2) 4 … 20mA (RL ≤ 500Ohm)
Measurement range up to 2.5m:
± 2% without referencing, ± 1% with referencing
Measurement range 2.5m to 5m:
± 1.5% without referencing, ± 1% with referencing
Measurement range 5m to 30m:
± 1% without referencing, ± 1% with referencing
± 0.5% of measurement value
ODSL 30/24-30M-S12
ODSL 30/24-30M-S12
Electrical data
Operating voltage UB
Residual ripple
Power consumption
Switching outputs 1)
Signal voltage high/low
Output current
1)
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≤ 15% of UB
≤ 4W
3 PNP transistor outputs, HIGH active (default),
NPN transistor or push-pull through parameterisation
≥ (UB -2V)/≤ 2V
max. 100mA
per transistor output
LC display and key pad at the device for parameterisation
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6.2.3
ODSL 30/D 232-30M-S12
ODSL 30/D 232-30M-S12
Electrical data
Operating voltage UB
Residual ripple
Power consumption
Switching outputs 1)
Signal voltage high/low
Output current
Serial interface
Transmission protocol
1)
6.2.4
10 … 30VDC (incl. residual ripple)
≤ 15% of UB
≤ 4W
2 PNP transistor outputs, HIGH active (default),
NPN transistor or push-pull through parameterisation
≥ (UB -2V)/≤ 2V
max. 100mA
per transistor output
RS 232, 9600 Baud (default),
baud rate adjustable
constant data flow for Addr. = 0, bus commands at Addr. ≠ 0,
16 bit measurement value, 3 byte transmission (configurable)
14 bit measurement value, 2 byte transmission (configurable)
ASCII transmission 5 bytes + CR (default setting)
LC display and key pad at the device for parameterisation
ODSL 30/D 485-30M-S12
ODSL 30/D 485-30M-S12
Electrical data
Operating voltage UB
Residual ripple
Power consumption
Switching outputs 1)
Signal voltage high/low
Output current
Serial interface
Transmission protocol
1)
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10 … 30VDC (incl. residual ripple)
≤ 15% of UB
≤ 4W
2 PNP transistor outputs, HIGH active (default),
NPN transistor or push-pull through parameterisation
≥ (UB -2V)/≤ 2V
max. 100mA
per transistor output
RS 485, 9600 Baud (default), no termination,
baud rate adjustable
constant data flow for Addr. = 0, bus commands at Addr. ≠ 0,
16 bit measurement value, 3 byte transmission (configurable)
14 bit measurement value, 2 byte transmission (configurable)
ASCII transmission 5 bytes + CR (default setting)
LC display and key pad at the device for parameterisation
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Technical Data ODSL 30
Mechanical Data, Environmental Data
ODSL 30
Mechanical data
Housing
Optics cover
Weight
Connection type
Environmental data
Ambient temp.
(operation/storage)
Extraneous light limit
Protective circuit 1)
VDE safety class 2)
Protection class
Standards applied
0 … +45°C / -40 … +70°C
≤ 5 kLux
2, 3
II, all-insulated
IP 65
IEC 60947-5-2
2=polarity reversal protection, 3=short-circuit protection for all outputs
Rating voltage 250VAC
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1)
2)
metal
glass
650g
M12 connector, 8-pin
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6.4
Dimensioned and Connection Drawings
All ODSL 30 variants
G
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
1 Indicator diode green/ready
3 Indicator diodes yellow/switching outputs Q1, Q2, Q3
Optical axes
Transmitter
Receiver
Reference edge for the measurement (distance zero point)
Sight for coarse alignment
Figure 6.1: Dimensioned drawing ODSL 30 variants
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ODSL 30/V… (analogue output)
Figure 6.2: Electrical Connection ODSL 30/V…
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ODSL 30/24… (3 switching outputs)
Figure 6.3: Electrical Connection ODSL 30/24…
ODSL 30/D 232… (digital output RS 232)
Figure 6.4: Electrical Connection ODSL 30/D 232…
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ODSL 30/D 485… (digital output RS 485)
Figure 6.5: Electrical Connection ODSL 30/D 485…
6.5
Accessories
The following accessories are available for the ODSL 30:
Designation
Order No.
Short description
BT 30
50040352
Mounting device (part of the delivery contents)
KB-448-2000-8A
50032411
Connection lead (M12, axial, 2m)
KB-448-5000-8A
50033061
Connection lead (M12, axial, 5m)
UPG 51)
50039627
Programming adaptor for ODSL 8/ODSL30/
ODS 96
ODS 2)
50082006
Programming software
1)
2)
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Required for the visualisation of the measurement values via the ODS programming software.
With the ODSL 30…, this can only be used exclusively for the visualisation of measurement values on the PC; configuration is not possible!
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Description ODS 96
7.1
General description
The ODS 96 is a distance measuring device with a large area of application. The equipment
is available as LED or laser version with analogue or digital outputs. The distance measuring
device works on the triangulation principle and uses a CCD line for evaluating the measurement signal.
An integrated microcontroller enables parameter programming via an optional programming
software. Except for the RS 485 interface, the switching points of the switching outputs of all
other variants can be set without software via a teach-in input.
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 lower measurement
frequency results.
Accessories
To expand the functionality of the ODS 96, a programming software is available.
7.2
Typical Areas of Application for the ODS 96
7.2.1
Continuous Distance Measurement
All ODS 96 variants with analogue or digital output can be used for continuous distance
measuring. In order to use all features of the ODS 96, use of the programming software is
recommended.
Depending on position or settings of the ODS, various applications are possible:
• Measuring the thickness of planks with two opposing sensors and a differential of the
two measured values.
• Stack/Object height measuring
Even with difficult surfaces, the stack/ object height of moving objects can be measured.
• Contour determination through controlled passing movement of an object through the
beam of the ODS 96.
• Volume measuring by taking measurements on two levels during the concurrent
movement of the object.
• Collision prevention at telpher lines.
• Positioning of vehicles.
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With regard to their dimensions, the ODS 96 distance sensors are identical with the sensors
of the series 96 of Leuze electronic. Particularly, the mounting accessories of the series 96
can be used for the ODS 96. Details can be found in section 8.
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Description ODS 96
In case of ODS 96 variants with analogue outputs, it is recommended to limit the working
range of the analogue output to the required distance range. The analogue output will then
be activated within the distance range from 1 … 10V or 4 … 20mA. Distances outside this
range will automatically have an output voltage of < 1V, 4mA or > 10V, 20mA.
7.2.2
Positioning Tasks
For simple positioning tasks, all ODS 96 M/S variants with two teachable switching outputs
are suitable.
The ODS 96 is mounted in a way to enable positioning in the direction of the measuring
beam. Both switching outputs are taught to the required position. 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 96
New stack
ODS 96
Positioning
Figure 7.1: Application example "Positioning Tasks"
Notice
For mounting instructions please refer to section 9.2.
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Description ODS 96
ODS 96 Variants
Variants
Two different base variants of the ODS 96 are available:
• as infrared distance sensor
measurement ranges:100 … 600mm
120 … 1400mm
• as laser distance sensor with visible red light
measurement ranges:50 … 2000mm
200 … 2000mm
200 … 5000mm
7.3.1
ODS 96 M/V with Analogue Output
1
1
0
no object
detected
Object
present
Measurement
distance [mm]
0
90
100
0
80
120
600 approx.625
1400
approx.1450
approx.800 … 1500
approx.1600 … 1800
Figure 7.2: Behaviour of the analogue output, ODS 96 M/V (infrared light)
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4
Measurement range
undefined
linearity
I [mA]
U [V]
approx. approx.
21
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20
10
undefined
area
undefined
linearity
Analogue output of the infrared device variant
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20
10
4
1
1
0
no object
detected
Object
present
I [mA]
U [V]
approx. approx.
21
10.5
Measurement range
undefined
linearity
undefined
area
undefined
linearity
Analogue output of the laser device
Measurement
distance [mm]
0
0
0
40 50
180 200
180 200
2000
2000
5000
2100
2100
5050
approx.3000
approx.3000
approx.5100
Figure 7.3: Behaviour of the analogue output, ODS 96 M/V (Laser)
Behaviour of the output, ODS 96 M/V
The ODS 96 M/V has an analogue output with linear behaviour inside the respective measurement range. The user can choose between current output (4 … 20mA) and voltage
output (1 … 10V). Above and below the linear range, linearity is lost however, the output
values signify an upper deviation (> 20mA respectively > 10V) or a lower deviation (< 4mA
respectively < 1V) of the measurement range.
Additionally, a switching output is available with the ODS 96 M/V. The position within the
measuring range, at which the switching output is active can be set as needed via a teachin lead. The width of the active range is ±2mm (LED) respectively ±10mm (laser).
Using the optional programming software, the declivity of the output characteristic curve can
be changed (steep progression with concurrent reduction of the measurement range).
Furthermore, the switching behaviour of the additional switching output can be individually
set.
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Description ODS 96
ODS 96 M/D with Serial Output
Serial output of the infrared and laser device variants
Measurement value = 14 bit
2. High Byte (bit 0 = 1)
1. Low Byte (bit 0 = 0)
LSB
MSB
Figure 7.4: Serial output, ODS 96 M/D
Serial output of the ODS 96 M/D
The serial output of the ODS 96 M/D delivers a continuous data stream. The measurement
value is transmitted with two byte. The LSB signifies the High- and the Low-Byte, to ensure
recognition of definite coherence. For transmission, no telegram frame, but only the normal
serial protocol is used. The transmission protocol consists of 8 databits, 1 startbit, 1 stopbit,
no parity. The ODS 96 M/D has a digital output which is realised either through the RS 232
or the RS 485 interface. The transmission rate is 9600 baud at the RS 232 interface and
9600 baud without termination at the RS 485 interface.
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A "C" program example demonstrates how bytes are read and processed for further usage:
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Program example in "C"
//Start of the program for measurement value generation--------------------Rxbyte = inportb(RXB(COM2.port_adr));
//Read transmitted byte
if (flag==0)
//First byte has to be a
//Low-Byte
{
if ((Rxbyte & 0x01) == 0)
//Test on Low-Byte
{
value = (Rxbyte & 0xFE) >> 1;
//Insert measurement value
//point-aligned
flag = 1;
//Next received
//byte has to be a
//High-Byte
}
}
else
{
if ((Rxbyte & 0x01) == 1) //Test on High-Byte
{
value|=((Rxbyte&0xFE) << 6);
//Insert point-aligned in
//measurement value
flag = 0;
//14 bit measurement value
//is generated
measurement value = value;
//Save measurement value
}
}
// End of program of measurement value generation------------------------The behaviour of the switching output of the ODS 96 M/D can be set as described with the
ODS 96 M/V. However, the ODS 96 M/D variant with RS 485 interface does not offer a
teach input.
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Description ODS 96
ODS 96 M/S with two Switching Outputs
Switching outputs of the infrared and laser device variants
2nd switching output
1st switching output
+UB
Measurement
distance [mm]
Infrared:
100
600
Laser:
100
2000
Figure 7.5: Behaviour of the switching outputs, ODS 96 M/S
The two switching outputs of the ODS 96 M/S are working independently from each other.
Through the teach input, the second signal edge can be taught at output 1, the first signal
edge is situated at the beginning of the measurement range. The first signal edge can be
taught at output 2, the second signal edge is situated at the end of the measurement range.
A common teach line is available for both switching outputs, meaning the switching outputs
are taught alternatingly. The presently taught output is displayed through the simultaneous
or alternating flashing of the LEDs (see section 9.3).
The outputs can be adjusted independently of each other by using the optional programming
software.
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8.1
Optical data
Optical data
Measurement ranges 1)
Resolution
Light source
Wavelength
Light-spot diameter
ODS 96 M/V, M/D, M/S
Laser
100 … 600mm
120 … 1400mm
50 … 2000mm
200 … 2000mm
200 … 5000mm
≤ 5mm up to 2000mm
≤ 10mm up to 3000mm
≤ 30mm up to 5000mm
laser (modulated light)
670nm (visible red light)
divergent min. 3 x 12mm2 in
2000mm distance
≤ 0.5mm
LED (modulated light)
880nm (infrared)
approx. 10mm (over whole
measurement range)
Error limits 2)
Absolute measurement
accuracy 1)
±2%
Repeatability 3)
± 0.5 %
b/w detection thresholds
(6%/90%)
≤ 1%
Timing
Switching frequency
Response time
Delay before start-up
1)
2)
3)
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20 … 100Hz
≤ 100 ms
≤ 300ms
± 2% up to 2000mm
± 2.5% at 3000mm
± 5% at 5000mm
± 1% up to 2000mm
± 2% at 3000mm
± 3% at 5000mm
≤ 1%
≤ 2% at 3000mm
10 … 100Hz
≤ 100 ms
≤ 300ms
Luminosity coefficient 6% … 90%, over the whole temperature range, measured object
≥ 50 x 50mm2
After an operating time of 10min., the device has reached the operating temperature
required for an optimal measurement.
Same object, measured object ≥ 50 x 50mm2
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LED
ODS 96 M/V, M/V Laser;
ODS 96 M/D, M/D Laser
ODS 96 M/S, M/S Laser
teach in on GND
teach in on GND
teach in on + UB
green perready
manent light
ready
Teach-in
procedure1)
error
green off
no voltage
no voltage
yellow
permanent
light
object inside
teach-in measurement distance
object inside
measurement
range
yellow
flashing
1)
8.3
error
green
flashing
yellow off
teach in on + UB
Teach-in
procedure1)
object outside
teach-in measurement distance
object outside
measurement
range
Teach-in
procedure 1)
Teach-in
procedure1)
no object
detected
The teach-in process is described in detail in section 9.3
Electrical Data, Installation Data
M/V; M/V Laser
Electrical data
Operating voltage UB
Residual ripple
Bias current
Switching outputs 1)
Signal voltage high/low
Analogue output
Output current
Digital output RS 232
Digital output RS 485
Transmission protocol
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M/S; M/S Laser
18 … 30VDC
(incl. residual ripple)
10 … 30VDC
(incl. residual ripple)
≤ 15% of UB
≤ 150mA
1 PNP transistor output, high active
2 PNP transistor
outputs,
high active
≥ (UB - 2V) / ≤ 2V
RL ≥ 2kOhm:
voltage 1 … 10V
RL ≤ 500Ohm:
current 4 … 20mA
max. 100mA
per transistor output
9600 Baud
9600 Baud,
no termination
2 Byte transm., constant data stream
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Technical Data ODS 96
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M/V; M/V Laser
Mechanical data
Housing
Optics cover
Weight
Connection type
Environmental data
Ambient temp.
(operation/storage)
Extraneous light limit
Protective circuit 2)
VDE safety class 3)
Protection class
Standards applied
1)
2)
3)
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M/S; M/S Laser
diecast zinc
glass
380g
terminals or M12 connectors
-20 … +50°C / -30 … +70°C
≤ 5 kLux
1,2,3
II, all-insulated
IP 67
IEC 60947-5-2
Inversion possible through programming software
1=transient protection, 2=polarity reversal protection, 3=short-circuit protection for all outputs
Rating voltage 250 VAC
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Technical Data ODS 96
Dimensioned and Connection Drawings
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
K
L
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All ODS 96 variants
Indicator diode green
Indicator diode yellow
Transmitter
Receiver
Optical axis
Device plug M12x1
Screwed cable gland PG11 for Ø5 … 10mm
Countersinking for SK nut M5, 4.2mm deep
Parameter plug
Connection terminals
Cable entry
Figure 8.1: Dimensioned drawing ODS 96 devices
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ODS 96 M/V
Figure 8.2: Electrical connection, ODS 96 M/V
ODS 96 M/D
Figure 8.3: Electrical connection, ODS 96 M/V
ODS 96 M/S
Figure 8.4: Electrical connection, ODS 96 M/V
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Technical Data ODS 96
Accessories
The following accessories are available for the ODS 96:
Designation
Order No.
Short description
KB-ODS96-1500
50082007
Programming cable 1.5m
KB-ODS96-6000
50061428
Programming cable 6m
50082006
Programming software
50020500
Connection lead (M12, angled, 5m)
KB-095-5000-5A
50020499
Connection lead (M12, axial, 5m)
BT 96
50025570
Mounting device
UMS 96
50026204
Universal mounting system
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ODS96-PS
KB-095-5000-5
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Installation
9.1
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.
9.2
Mounting
Mounting systems are available which have to be ordered separately at Leuze electronic.
The order number can be found in section 4.5, section 6.5 or section 8.5. Apart from this,
the drilled-through holes and threaded holes are suitable for the individual mounting of the
ODS, depending on the area in which it is to be used.
Notice
The mounting device BT 30 is already included in the delivery package of the ODSL 30.
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 9.1: Preferred movement of the objects
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Preferred mounting in connection to objects with structured surface
Figure 9.2: Preferred mounting in connection to objects with structured surface
View through a chase
Figure 9.3: View through a chase
If the ODS 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 9.4: 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. Adjust the angle between the sensor and the measurement object such that
the sensor can reliably detect the measurement object.
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Installation
Teach-in
Notice
The teach-in procedure can be extended and facilitated through the optional programming
software.
Switching points can also be set through teach-in without using the software. For teach-in,
there are differences among the various device variants:
Teach procedure for ODSL 8/D, ODS 96 M/V, ODS 96 M/D (1 switching output)
! Position the measured object at the desired distance. Connect the teach input for ≥ 2 sec.
to +UB. After that, connect the teach input to GND. The switching output is taught.
The taught switching point represents the middle of the switching range of the output.
These default values are preset:
• Function characteristics of the switching output: "light switching"
• Switching range: ± 2mm with infrared devices and ± 10mm with laser devices
• Hysteresis: 1mm with infrared devices and 5mm with laser devices
These values can only be changed by using the programming software.
Teach procedure for ODSL 8/V, ODS 96 M/S (2 switching outputs)
! Now, position the measured object at the second desired distance. Connect the teach
input for ≥ 2 sec to +UB. The LEDs are flashing alternatingly. Reconnect the teach input
to GND. The second switching output is taught. In non-operational mode, the teach input
is connected to GND.
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! Position the measured object at the first desired distance. Connect the teach input for ≥ 2
sec to +UB. The LEDs are flashing simultaneously. Reconnect the teach input to GND.
The first switching output is taught.
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Teach procedure for ODSL 30/V… (1 switching output)
! Position the measured object at the desired distance. Connect the teach input teach Q1
for ≥ 2 sec. to +UB. After that, connect the teach input to GND. The switching output is
taught.
Teaching takes place towards the switching point.
These default values are preset:
• Function characteristics of the switching output: "light switching"
• Switching point: 1000mm
• Hysteresis: 20mm
You can change these values using the key pad and LCD display.
Teach procedure for ODSL 30/D… (2 switching outputs)
! Position the measured object at the first desired distance. Connect the teach input
teach Q1/Q2 for ≥ 2 sec. to +UB. The LEDs are flashing simultaneously. Reconnect the
teach input to GND. The first switching output is taught.
! Now, position the measured object at the second desired distance. Connect the teach
input teach Q1/Q2 for ≥ 2 sec. to +UB. The LEDs are flashing alternatingly. Reconnect
the teach input to GND. The second switching output is taught. In non-operational mode,
the teach input is connected to GND.
Teaching takes place towards the switching points.
These default values are preset:
• Function characteristics of the switching outputs: "light switching"
• Switching point Q1: 1000mm, switching point Q2: 1500mm
• Hysteresis: 20mm each
You can change these values using the key pad and LCD display.
Teach procedure for ODSL 30/24… (3 switching outputs)
! Switching outputs Q1/Q2: Teach procedure is the same as for ODSL 30/D…
! Switching output Q3: Teach procedure is the same as for ODSL 30/V… via teach input
teach Q3
Teaching takes place towards the switching points.
These default values are preset:
• Function characteristics of the switching outputs: "light switching"
• Switching point Q1: 1000mm, switching point Q2: 1500mm, switching point Q3:
2000mm
• Hysteresis: 20mm each
You can change these values using the key pad and LCD display.
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Software
Software
General description
The programming software can be used both for the direct configuration of data, with the
ODS connected, and "offline" without a sensor connected, for the generation of device
configurations. For this purpose, the command Type!, explained in section 10.3.1 can be
used. After starting the program a dialog is displayed in which you have to choose the device
variant (see section 10.3). After the offline generation of a parameter configuration, this
configuration can be transmitted to the ODS after connection to the PC has been established.
The order number for the software can be found in section 4.5 or section 8.5.
Notice
In connection with the ODSL 30, the programming software can only be used for the display
of measurement values, but not for the configuration of the device.
10.1
Connection to a PC
10.1.1 Connection of the ODSL 8 to a PC
The ODSL 8 is connected to a PC via the programming terminal UPG 5. The terminal is
simply inserted between the ODSL 8 and the connection cable. The UPG 5 is connected to
the PC via the serial interface cable that ships with the UPG 5.
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ODSL 8
UPG 5
Connection cable
Figure 10.1: Connection of the ODSL 8 to a PC via the programming terminal UPG 5
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10.1.2
Connection of the ODSL 30 to a PC
The ODSL 30 is connected to a PC via the programming terminal UPG 5. The terminal is
simply inserted between the ODSL 30 and the connection cable. The UPG 5 is connected
to the PC via the serial interface cable that ships with the UPG 5.
To the PC
ODSL 30
UPG 5
Connection cable
Figure 10.2: Connection of the ODSL 30 to a PC via the programming terminal UPG 5
Notice
The measurement values of the ODSL 30 can visualised on the PC using the ODS programming software. For this purpose, the left arrow key (up arrow) on the key pad must be
pressed while the device is switched on. After that, the ODSL 30 is in PC configuration
mode. However, a configuration of the device via the ODS programming software is not possible.
10.1.3
Connection of the ODSL 96 to a PC
A special parameter plug is situated behind the plastic cover on the backside of the ODS 96.
Connection between the ODS 96 and the PC is established by means of the cable included
in the shipment.
! Connect the cable to the parameter plug on the ODS 96 and to a free serial interface
(COM port) on the PC. More information on the definition of the interface can be found in
section 10.3.1.
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Software
Installation of the Programming Software
Requirements for the installation of the programming software:
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Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP,
486 processor or faster,
4 MByte RAM,
2 MByte free disk space
and a CD-Rom drive.
Starting the Installation File
! Insert the installation CD into your CD drive.
! Choose Start → Run. Insert drive and name of the installation file
(e.g.: d:\setup.exe) and hit OK.
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! In the following window, define the path for the installation directory and confirm with
End.
Figure 10.3: Installation directory
! Follow the installation routine.
10.3
Starting the Program
After successful installation and restart of the computer, the programming software is ready
to use.
! Choose the ODS 96 programming software icon from the program group.
Without connected ODS, the following window appears after the program start, letting you
choose a device:
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Additional window without connected ODS
Figure 10.4: Device selection
If an ODS is connected, the following window appears:
Figure 10.5: Start menu before measurement
The software automatically recognises the connected sensor with its default settings.
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10.3.1 Description of the Menu Commands
Menu item "File"
Under menu item File you can switch to parameterisation mode or quit the program.
Menu item "Type!"
The menu item Type! is used for the default setting of parameters and the generation of
parameter files without an ODS being connected. It lets you choose a device variant that you
wish to configure.
Menu item "Options"
The following three possibilities are offered under Options:
• Language selection to choose the language for dialog.
• Interface to choose the port to which the cable to the ODS is connected
(standard: COM 1). The programming software automatically recognises the interface
used. Choosing a different port could become necessary if more than one sensor is
connected.
• Change password: first enter your old, then your new password and confirm with
OK.
Menu item "?"
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Choose About…, for information on programming software (product, program, device
version, as well as for the address of Leuze electronic).
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10.3.2
Measurement
By clicking the button Start measurement, the current measurement data of the connected
ODS are transmitted and plotted in the adjacent diagram as a function of time.
Figure 10.6: Display of the current measurement values of the ODS connected
This function permits easy checking of the device parameters that have been set, and lets
you verify the proper functioning of the device.
By clicking the button Stop Measurement, you terminate the transmission of the measurement values from the ODS and freeze the measurement diagram.
With a subsequent click on the button Print, the diagram is output on your standard
Windows printer.
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10.3.3 Parameterisation
At this point, the various programming possibilities will be explained. Compared with the
teach-in at the device, the software offers an extended functionality. For programming
purposes, proceed as follows:
Switching to Parameterisation Mode
! Click on Parameterisation in the start window.
Password
If the program has been started for the first time, the password has to be entered. The
factory-set password is: ODS.
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After entering and confirming the following window appears:
Figure 10.7: Example "Configuration Level": ODS 96 with analogue output
In the upper part of the window, information on the connected ODS device variant is
displayed.
Menu item "Options"
The entire ODS parameter set is stored in a base value parameter file. In case of necessary
service, the command Options → Write default parameters can be used to transmit the
contents of this file to the ODS.
The command Options → Write customer parameters, triggers the same result as the
button Write parameters to ODS.
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Working range analogue output
You can adjust which distance corresponds to a voltage of 1 V, 4 mA at the analogue output
(lower range limit) and which distance corresponds to a voltage of 10 V, 20 mA (upper range
limit). 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 depend on the device variant selected. The check for plausibility and validity of the values entered is only carried out once the parameters are transmitted to the ODS. The admissible value range is then displayed.
In the case of ODS variants without analogue output, this window area is disabled.
Figure 10.8: Example "Configuration Level": ODS 96 without analogue output with 2 switching outputs
Switching outputs
Depending on the ODS variant, values for either one or two switching outputs can be set.
The adjustable parameters have the following meaning:
• Light switching: in case an object is inside the area defined under "from - to", the
switching output is active (high).
• Dark switching: in case an object is inside the area defined under "from - to", the
switching output is inactive.
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Notice
A switching range that has been set via the programming software remains current if a
teach-in is subsequently carried out on the device.
For the ODS 96, it is possible to set values that exceed the limits of the measurement range.
• Hysteresis: Expansion of the switching range for switching off. For switching on, the
set switching points remain always valid.
Programming through software, teaching through teach input
One switching output with both signal edges
inside the measurement range → switching
output width symmetrical around the teach
point.
100
600
Teach point
One switching output, first signal edge has
been programmed on the lower range limit →
the second signal edge will be taught through
the teach input.
100
600
One switching output, second signal edge
has been programmed on the upper range
limit → the first signal edge will be taught
through the teach input.
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performed independently for each switching
output. This means also for ODS variants
with more than one switching output.
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Additional extraneous light suppression
All conventional measures have been taken to render the ODS 96 insensitive towards extraneous light. For particularly difficult extraneous light conditions, the micro-controller built into
the ODS 96 permits an additional extraneous light suppression through a special type of
signal processing.
Notice
For the ODSL 8, an additional extraneous light suppression is not possible.
Number of measurements for averaging
Particularly objects with uneven or reflective surface require the measurement value be
taken from the average of several measurements instead of just one.
Notice
The higher the number of measurements for averaging is chosen, the lower is the number
of measurements per time unit (refreshing of measurement results).
This function only works in the ODSL 8 and ODS 96.
Load parameters
! Use this button if you want to reload settings that have already been stored. You can
select the desired configuration file in the dialog window that opens.
Save parameters
Save personal settings:
! Click on the button Save Parameters to File to store the current configuration as file. In
the dialog window that opens, you can specify the name (*.par) and the path of the configuration file you wish to save.
Notice
Leuze electronic can only deliver replacement 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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Read parameter from ODS
! Click this button if you wish to load the current device parameters of the ODS connected.
The ODS will then transmit the parameters to the PC.
Write parameters to ODS
! After having finished work in the parameterisation mode, use this button to write the current parameters to the ODS.
Quit parameterisation
By clicking the button Quit Configuration, you exit the configuration level and return to the
start menu.
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To ensure that the parameters have been correctly transmitted to the ODS, you should click
this button only after the message Parameters transmitted to ODS appears in the status
line, located in the bottom left corner of the parameter window.
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Appendix
11.1
Updating the parameter files of the ODS programming software
Update from diskette
! Copy file ODS96PAR.DAT from A: to C:\ods96par.
! Copy all files from A:\DATA to C:\ods96par\DATA.
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 file updODS96.exe for the respective operating system.
! Un-pack the self-extracting ZIP-files into the program directory.
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