Photoelectrics Amplifier, µ-Processor Controlled Type S1430 RAL, 3

Photoelectrics
Amplifier, µ-Processor Controlled
Type S1430 RAL, 3 Inputs/3 Relay Outputs
• µ-Processor controlled
• Amplifier unit for 3 sets of photoelectrics
• 3 independent outputs with 1 x Relay SPDT, make
switching function
• Self-diagnostic functions
• Alignment failure indication
• Multivoltage 15 to 30 VAC/DC
• Modulated and synchronized light
• Adjustable sensitivity for each channel
• LED indications: supply, outputs, signal quality
• 11-pin plug-in housing
Product Description
Ordering Key
µ-Processor
controlled
ampli­
fier for 3 sets of
photoelec­
tric sensors, type
MOFTR, MKFTR, MIFTR or
MHFTR. Utilising an 11-pin
circular plug for easy connection. Relay outputs (NO).
Self-diag­
nostics for sys-
Type
Special function
Output type
Power supply
tem test. Protected against
reverse wiring or cross talk
from adjecent photoelec­trics.
Multi-voltage power supply. Sensitivity is individually adjustable for each set of
photoelectrics.
S14 30 RAL 915
Type Selection
Plug type
Ordering no.
Sup­ply: 15 - 30 VAC/DC
Circular, 11 pins
S 1430 RAL 915
Specifications
Rated operational voltage (UB)
pins 2 & 10
DC
13.5 to 33 VDC
AC 13.5 to 33 VAC, 45 to 65 Hz
Rated operational power
AC supply
5 VA
DC supply
5W
Power ON delay (tv) < 300 ms
Output
Contact Rating (AgCdO)
Resistive loads
AC 1 1.5 A/100 VAC
DC 1 1.5 A/30 VDC
Small induc. loads AC 15 1.5 A/100 VAC
DC 13 1.5 A/30 VDC
Mechanical life (typical)
≥ 20 x106 operations at 18000 imp/H
Electrical life (typical)
≥ 300000 operating at
220 VAC - 2A resistive load
Output function
Relay Make function
Protection, outputs
Reverse polarity, short
circuit, transients Supply to pho­to­e­lec­tric switch
Emitter
Tx1: Pin 1
Tx2: Pin 9 Tx3: Pin 6
Shield: Pin 11 (common)
Specifications are subject to change without notice (04.11.2016)
Supply to pho­to­e­lec­tric switch
Emitter (cont.)
Supply voltage (open loop) 7 V square wave
Current
≤ 300 mA short-circuit
protected
Output resistance
10 W
Receiver
Rx1: Pin 4
Rx2: Pin 7
Rx3: Pin 8
Shield: Pin 5 (common)
Supply voltage (open loop) 5 VDC
Short-circuit current
10 mA
Input resistance
470 W
Sensitivity
• 2 ranges,
(% of Sn) DIP-switch selectable
- low sensitivity (25%)
- high sensitivity (100%)
• Sensitivity adjustment with 270°:
Turn knob on CH 1, 2, 3
Note:
• Maximum range indicated
on pho­to­e­lec­tric switch data sheet in high sensi- tivity range only
• Operation within low sen-
sitivity range, increases
ambient light and cross-
talk immunity
S 1430 RAL
Specifications (cont.)
Truth Table
Operating frequency (f)
Light/dark ratio 1:1
Response time
OFF-ON (tON)
ON-OFF (tOFF)
Multiplex cycle time
Indication
Supply ON
Output ON
Signal quality
Multiplex activated
Environment
Overvoltage category
Degree of protection
Pollution degree
Temperature
Operating Storage
Weight
CE-marking
12.5 Hz
30 ms
30 ms
20 ms
LED, green
LED, yellow
LED, red
LED, yellow
III (IEC 60664)
IP 20 (IEC 60529, 60947-1)
3 (IEC 60664/60664A, 60947-1)
Make switching
Object present
Yes
Dirt on lenses,
misaligned or
--
sensitivity too low
Output LED yellowOFF
Level LED red
Output No
No
No
Yes1)
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
or
flashing
Under normal operating conditions, the red level indication LED has to be OFF. The level indication LED will turn
on shortly each time an object enters or exits the sensing
zone, even if the photoelectric switch is correctly installed
and adjusted.
1)
-20° to +50°C (-4° to +122°F)
-50° to +85°C (-58° to 185°F)
150 g
Yes
Procedure for Test Functions (DIP-switch Selection)
Transmitter test
(switch 1 in the up position)
When switch 1 is placed in
the up position all yellow and
red LED’s on the front of the
unit will flash simultaneously.
Once the test is completed
(approx. 3 scans) and a wiring fault is detected, such as
reverse polarity or short-circuit, the transmitter that has
the fault condition will be
indicated by the red LED
being conti­nuously ON. If a
fault condition is not existing
then only the yellow LED will
be ON. If a fault exists, cor­
rect the fault condition and
then repeat the test, this will
ensure proper wiring has
been done. Always reset
switch 1 for normal opera­
tion of system when testing
completed.
Receiver test
(switch 2 in the up position)
When switch 2 is placed in
the up position all yellow and
red LED’s on the front of the
unit will flash simultaneously.
Once the test is completed
(approx. 3 scans) and a wiring fault is detected, such as
reverse polarity or short-circuit, the receiver that has
the fault condition will be
indicated by the red LED
being conti­nuously ON. If a
fault condition is not existing
then only the yellow LED will
be ON. If a fault exists, cor­
rect the fault condition and
then repeat the test, this will
ensure proper wiring has
been done. Always reset
switch 2 for normal opera­
tion of system when testing
completed.
Function test
(switch 1 and 2 in the up position)
When switch 1 and 2 are
both placed in the up posi­
tion (si­multaneously) the
yellow and red LED’s on
the front of the housing will
begin to flash simultan-
eously and then the LED’s
will cycle from channel 1
to channel 2 and then to
channel 3. Once the complete system scan is done
the indication of the system
condition will be displayed
(see below). System test will
continue until switches 1
LED Indication
Yellow LED ON
!
Red LED OFF
}
System Test OK
!
Yellow LED ON
Red LED ON
}
Tx’s and Rx’s mismatched,
e.g. Rx3 seeing Tx1
!
Yellow LED OFF
Red LED ON
}
Alignment
error
beam
obstructed
Yellow LED
}
When max. 3 amplifiers are
linked the LED flashes
()
or
by
Multiplex Mode
Multiplex mode is when
having up to 3 amplifiers
link­ed together via connection no. 3 in the 11-pole
socket. The system activates amplifier no. 1 channel
1, 2 and 3. Then amplifier
no. 2 channel 1, 2 and 3 and
finally amplifier no. 3 channel 1, 2 and 3. Then back to
amplifier no. 1 etc. Operat-
2
ing frequency in a multiplex
system is divided with the
number of amplifiers used.
Response time in a multiplex system is multiplied
with the number of amplifiers used. When working in
a multiplex system the yellow LED flash­es.
Specifications are subject to change without notice (04.11.2016)
S 1430 RAL
Operation Diagram
Signal strength
Time
Power supply
Object present
Signal quality
!
Make switching
Dimensions
DIP-Switch (located behind cover):
35
80
1: Make/break CH 1 output
SW 1 2 3 4 5 6
2: Make/break CH 2 output
3: Make/break CH 3 output
4: Low sensitivity (25%) / high sensitivity (100%)
5: Test button, transmitters are transmitting, no short, wired correctly
6: Test button, receivers are receiving, no short, wired correctly
5+6 together: System test (transmitter and receiver)
sw 1, 2, 3:
()
84
sw 4:
Break
Range 25%
Make
Range 100%, normal operation
sw 5:
sw 6:
Transmitter test
Receiver test
Normal operation
Normal operation
sw 5+6:
System test
4
75
5
Normal operation
Wiring Diagrams
Rx 1
Tx 1
Rx 2
Tx 2
Rx 3
1
Rx
Tx 3
1
6
5
7
4
8
9
3
()
2
1
11
10
Multiplex
Power Supply
ON sockets
1: Transmitter 1
2: Supply (+ VDC)
3: Multiplex
4: Receiver 1
5: GND (Receivers)
6: Transmitter 3
7: Receiver 2
8: Receiver 3
9: Transmitter 2
10: Supply (- VDC)
11: GND (Transmitters)
Specifications are subject to change without notice (04.11.2016)
Output
Wire colour coding
A: white
B: Output 1 (max. 30 VDC, 100 VAC, 1.5A)black
C: red
D: Output 2 (max. 30 VDC, 100 VAC, 1.5A)green
E: yellow
F: Output 3 (max. 30 VDC, 100 VAC, 1.5A)blue
}
}
}
A B C D E F
S 1430 RAL
Wiring Diagram, Multiplex Mode
Rx 1
Tx 1
Rx 1
Tx 1
Rx 1
Rx 2
Tx 2
Rx 2
Tx 2
Rx 2
Tx 2
Rx 3
1
Rx
Tx 3
1
Rx 3
1
Rx
Tx 3
1
Rx 3
1
Rx
Tx 3
1
6
5
()
7
6
5
7
8
4
8
4
3
9
3
9
3
Multiplex
1
11
10
()
2
Multiplex
Power Supply
1
11
6
5
4
2
Tx 1
10
()
Multiplex
7
8
9
2
1
11
10
Power Supply
Power Supply
Max. 3 amplifiers
Interface
Accessories
- 11 pole circular socket
S111, S111A, S411, ZPD11
- Socket cover for S111
BB1
- Socket cover for S411
BB4
- Holding down spring
HF
- Mounting rack
SM13
- Front panel mounting bezel FRS2
- Connection cable (2 plugs)
2 x 6/6 modular plugs
2.0 m, 6 wires two plugs
- Power supply for 115/230 VACSS120-series
- DIN-rail interface
6IODC
Delivery Contents
• Output connection cable
• Output connection cable
• Amplifier
• DIN-rail interface
• Screw driver
• Packaging: 4
1 m, 6 wires one plug
0.2 m, 6 wires two plugs
S 1430 RAL 915
6IODC
6IODC
DIN-rail interface
(DIN EN 50 035, EN 50 022)
Output from plug to screw
terminals
Cardboard box
Specifications are subject to change without notice (04.11.2016)
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