LZR -I30 - Erich Industries

LZR -I30 - Erich Industries
LZR®-I30
QUICK GUIDE
SAFETY SENSOR FOR AUTOMATIC INDUSTRIAL DOORS*
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DOOR CONTROLLER
RED
+
Power supply Power supply
BLACK
WHITE
RELAY 1
GREEN
RELAY 1
Opening field
BLACK/WHITE RELAY 2
GREEN/WHITE RELAY 2
Safety field
BLUE
Monitoring
BLUE/WHITE
Monitoring
ORANGE
ORANGE/BLACK
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CORRECT POSITIONING
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MOUNTING SIDE
+
-
Door control without monitoring: BLUE to 0 V
BLUE/WHITE to +12 V - 24 V
Flexible doors
Flexible doors
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6
Set the MOUNTING SIDE by remote control.
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OPENING FIELDS (OPTIONAL)
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FINAL ADJUSTMENTS (OPTIONAL)
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or
Configure the desired opening field if
applicable.
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Adapt the WIDTH of the detection fields and/or other parameters by remote control.
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6
for a field width of 96 in.
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LZR®-I30
USER’S GUIDE
SAFETY SENSOR FOR AUTOMATIC INDUSTRIAL DOORS*
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DESCRIPTION
Front screens
Follow these steps
for a quick & easy
installation!
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Laser sweep
emission
Main connector
Laser sweep
reception
Tilt angle
adjustments
LED-signal
Adjustable bracket
Visible
laser beams
Cable conduit
USED SYMBOLS
3
Factory values
Caution! Exposure
to laser radiation.
See the indicated page
for further information
LED-SIGNAL
GREEN LED
RED LED
ORANGE LED
NO
DETECTION
DETECTION
ERROR
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3
4
BLUE LED
POWER ON
LED
FLASHES
QUICKLY
LED
FLASHES
NORMALLY
LED
FLASHES
SLOWLY
LED
OFF
1. Relay 1 - Opening field
2. Relay 2 - Safety field
3. Error
4. Power
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
CAUTION! CLASS 3R LASER
RADIATION ACCESSIBLE
DURING INSTALLATION.
AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE!
The device contains IR and visible red laser diodes.
IR laser (CLASS 1):
Red laser (CLASS 3R):
wavelength 905nm
max. output pulse power 75W, 20ns pulse width
wavelength 650nm
max. output CW power 3mW
Caution! Use of controls,
adjustments or performance
of procedures other than
those specified herein may
result in hazardous radiation
exposure.
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3
2
6
2x
Do not stare into
the laser emitter.
Do not stare into
the visible red
laser beams.
Do not open the
sensor. Warranty is
void if opened.
The sensor
should only be
installed and
adjusted by
authorized and
trained staff.
1
5
9
2F
8
0
4
7
1F
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After installation
enter an access
code to secure
the sensor.
Ex.
1
2
3
4
INSTALLATION TIPS
Wipe the front
screens regularly
with a clean and
damp cloth.
Do not use
detergents or
abrasive cleaning
agents to clean the
front screens.
Fasten the sensor
firmly to avoid
vibrations.
Do not cover
the front screens.
°F
°F
32°F
Avoid all types of
light sources in the
detection field.
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Avoid condensation.
Avoid moving
objects in the
detection field.
Below
32°F
Avoid exposing the If the sensor is used in Smoke and fog may
cause unwanted
sensor to sudden and environments where
the temperature can
detections.
extreme temperature
descend below
changes.
32°F, keep the sensor
permanently powered.
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MOUNTING
Mounting side: right
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Mounting side: left
OR
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Make a hole for the
cable if possible.
Drill 4 holes as indicated
on the mounting template.
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4-
4-
V1
V1
Pass the cable at least 3-4 inches
though the cable opening.
If drilling an opening is not
possible, use the cable conduits
on the back side of the bracket.
Position the bracket and
fasten the 4 screws
firmly in order to avoid
vibrations.
8
Close the protection
sheath and fasten it firmly.
V1
V1
5
7
4-
4-
Use the adhesive
mounting template to
position the sensor correctly.
The grey area indicates the
detection range.
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Plug the connector and
position the cable in the
slit.
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Position the housing
on the bracket.
Turn the sensor until
the two triangles are
face to face.
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WIRING
2
RED
Power supply +
BLACK
Power supply -
WHITE
RELAY 1
GREEN
RELAY 1
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Opening field
BLACK/WHITE RELAY 2
GREEN/WHITE RELAY 2
BLUE
Safety field
Monitoring
BLUE/WHITE
Monitoring
ORANGE
+
-
Door control without monitoring: BLUE to 0 V
BLUE/WHITE to +12 V to - 24 V
Flexible doors
ORANGE/BLACK
Flexible doors
NOTE: Please refer to “AN011” Application Note 11 for
monitoring sequence of operations. BEA recommends the use
of monitoring when sensor is used to provide human safety.
FLEXIBLE DOORS
In case of flexible doors, connect the orange and orange/black cables to the corresponding inputs.
1
3
2
The inner curtains will be
reduced as indicated to
avoid unwanted detections
caused by the movement
of the door.
When the door is open, the
curtains cover the whole
door opening again. The
sensor scans the area and
the door stays open as long
as it detects a presence.
As soon as no presence is
detected, the curtains are
reduced again and the door
closes.
For more information on the use of this function, consult our application note LZR-I30 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS.
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CORRECTCONTROL
POSITIONING
REMOTE
3
3
2
1
Adjust the lateral position.
Adjust the tilt angle of the
sensor.
Activate the visible laser beams
if you need a visual aid.
Lock the position of the
bracket to avoid
malfunctioning.
To unlock, use a
screwdriver.
The beams will stay activated
for 15 minutes or can be
turned off the same way.
MOUNTING SIDE
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Select the corresponding mounting side with
background.
Mounting side
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2
3
4
5
LEFT with background
RIGHT with background
LEFT without background
RIGHT without background
MIDDLE without background
By choosing a value with background, the sensor is
protected against misuse. The sensor memorizes
the reference to the floor and will signal a fault in
case the orientation of the sensor is changed.
While the sensor learns its environment, make
sure you stay at a distance to avoid disturbances.
Both RED LEDs flash and the 3 red laser beams
automatically light up during 30 seconds.
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REMOTE CONTROL
OPENING
FIELDS
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VIRTUAL PUSH BUTTONS
Install one or two virtual push buttons and
configure an activation zone to open the door
manually.
1
3
2
WHITE
GREEN
Apply the vitual push button
stickers on or close to the door.
Make sure the white and
green cable are connected
to the opening input.
Attention: make sure you
place the stickers within
the opening field. If the
opening field has been
adjusted, extend the field
width and/or height by
remote control.
LEARNING PROCESS
Configure the detection zones:
1. Activate the learning process
by pushing the following
remote control sequence.
2. When RED LED flashes,
hold your hand in front of the
sticker to define the detection
zone.
3. The GREEN LED flashes 3x
to confirm the selection.
4. The RED LED flashes again.
Either learn a second detection
zone or lock the session.
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max. 2x
3 sec.
x3
RED
RED
RED
RED
GREEN
OFF
To delete the activation
zone(s), repeat the same
sequence outside of the
detection zone.
SAFETY DURING OPENING
Configure a second detection field to secure the door during opening to avoid
accidents.
1
3
2
WHITE
GREEN
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Make sure the white and green
cable are connected to the
safety-during-opening input.
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After setting the mounting
side, the safety and the
opening field will have the
same dimensions.
Adjust the size of the opening
field by remote control (see
next page).
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REMOTE CONTROL
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SAFETY FIELD
FIELD DIMENSIONS
002 - 360
002 in - 360 in
000
002 - 360
No safety field
002 in - 360 in
200
200 in
200
200 in
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6
1
for a field width of 96 in
OPENING FIELD
* no adjustment is
possible if mounting
side is set to 1 or 2
Field height*
Field width
2
0
for a field height of 120 in
** not available with
use of virtual push
buttons
Field height**
Field width**
000
002 - 360
Opening = safety
002 in - 360 in
No opening field
000
002 - 360 002 in - 360 in
360
360 in
360
0
9
6
360 in
1
for a field width of 96 in
2
0
for a field height of 120 in
LEARN-IN
During the learn-in, the sensor deletes its memory and learns the new reference distances to
all objects within its detection zone.
LEARN-IN
30 sec.
3 sec.
RED
RED
RED
RED
Before learn-in, you have
3 seconds to step out of
the detection field.
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Wait for the sensor to learn
its environment.
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REMOTE CONTROL
OTHER ADJUSTMENTS
Number of curtains*
C1
C2
C3
C4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C1
C2
C3
C4
*only for safety field
Uncovered zone
0 2 in
1 4 in
2 6 in
3 8 in
4 10 in
recommended in case of
snow, leaves etc.
Immunity filter
1
2
3
4
Indoor
Outdoor LOW
Outdoor MEDIUM
Outdoor HIGH
Object size*
0
1
2
3
4
size filter deactivated
> 2 in
> 4 in
> 6 in
> 8 in
*approximate values, not guaranteed
Relay configuration
RELAY 2
RELAY 1
1
2
3
4
Active - NO
Passive - NC
Passive - NC
Active - NO
Passive - NC
Active - NO
Passive - NC
Active - NO
Relay redirection
RELAY 1
0 opening field
1 opening or safety
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RELAY 2
safety
safety
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REMOTE CONTROL
HOW TO USE
How to enter a remote control session?
...
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
...
...
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Enter code
1-4 digits
RED
After unlocking the red
LED flashes and the
remote control is
accessible.
OFF
RED
RED
If the red LED flashes quickly after unlocking the
sensor, enter an access code. In case you do not know the
access code, cut and restore power supply. No code is
required to unlock during the first minute after powering.
30 minutes after power reset, the
sensor locks the access to the
remote control session. Cut and
restore power supply. The remote
control session is accessible again
during 30 minutes.
How to adjust one or more parameters?
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
...
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Select parameter
RED
Set value
RED
OFF
RED
How to check one or more values?
*The number of flashes indicates the
value of the chosen parameter.
...
?
If the detection field width is for example
196 in, the LED sequence will be:
1X green, 1 orange, 9X green, 1 orange,
6X green.
Select parameter
x value*
RED
GREEN
RED
OFF
If the orange LED flashes 3X, the
corresponding field has been defined by
the learn-in function.
How to reset to factory values?
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RED
RED
RED
OFF
How to save or change an access code?
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Select code
1-4 digits
RED
OFF
RED
How to delete an access code?
0
Power supply
OFF/ON
RED
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RED
0
0
0
OFF
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOMS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
LED
No blue LED
CORRECTIVE ACTION
There is no power.
Check cable and connexion.
The monitoring input is not
connected.
Check wiring. The BLUE and
BLUE/WHITE cable have to be
connected to the monitoring input.
The detection field is too small.
Check the size of the fields.
The object size is too small.
Modify object size.
You or any other object moves or
stays in the field.
Walk out of the field and/or remove
the object(s) from the field.
BLUE
Only the BLUE LED is
ON.
BLUE
The detection field
LED remains GREEN.
GREEN
GREEN
The detection field
LED remains RED.
RED
The field is touching the floor, the
wall or the door, which leads to
detection.
Activate the 3 red beams and check if
the position of the sensor is correct. If
not, adjust the hex screws.
Verify the field size.
RED
Execute a teach-in.
Orange LED is
flashing and the
detection field LEDs
are red.
No background (reference point)
is found.
ORANGE
Check the position of the sensor.
Check mounting side setting.
If there is no background,
set the mounting side to value 3 to 5.
RED
Launch a new teach-in.
ORANGE
Orange LED is ON.
The sensor is masked.
Verify and clean the front screens.
The power supply voltage is
exceeding the acceptable limits.
Check the power supply voltage.
The sensor exceeds its
temperature limits.
Verify the outside temperature
where the sensor is installed.
Eventually protect the sensor from
sunlight using a cover.
RED
ORANGE
ORANGE
Internal error
ORANGE
The sensor does not
respond to the remote
control.
NO LED
NO LED
30 minutes after last use of the
remote control, the sensor locks
the access to the remote control
session.
Cut and restore power supply. The
remote control session is accessible
again during 30 minutes.
The batteries in the remote
control are not installed properly
or dead.
Verify or replace the batteries.
The remote control is badly
pointed.
Point the remote control towards the
sensor, but with a slight angle. The
RC should not be pointed in a right
angle in front of the sensor.
A reflective object is in close
proximity to the sensor.
Avoid highly reflective material in
proximity to the sensor.
You have to enter a code or the
wrong code was entered.
(Maybe it was changed?).
Cut and restore power supply. No
code is required to unlock during the
first minute after powering.
NO LED
NO LED
The sensor does not
unlock, even after
entering the access
code.
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Wait a few seconds. If the LED
remains ON, reset the power supply.
If the LED turns on again, replace the
sensor.
RED
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Technology:
laser scanner, time-of-flight measurement
Detection mode:
presence (EN 12453 Typ. E)
Max. detection range:
30 ft x 30 ft
Remission factor:
>2%
Size of target:
< 11.8 in x 7.9 in x 27.5 in @ 30 ft (EN 12445 testbody A)
Emission characteristics:
IR laser
Wavelength 905 nm; max. output pulse power 75 W, 20ns pulse width
Red visible laser
wavelength 650 nm; max. output CW power 3 mW
Supply voltage:
10-35 V DC @ sensor terminal
Power consumption:
<5W
Peak current at power-on:
1.8 A (max. 80 ms @ 35 V)
Cable length:
30 ft
Response time:
typ 20 ms; max. 80 ms
Output:
2 electronic relays (galvanic isolated - polarity free)
Max. switching voltage:
35 V DC / 24 V AC
Max. switching current:
80 mA (resistive)
Switching time:
tON=5 ms; tOFF=5 ms
Output resistance:
typ 30 Ù
Voltage drop on output:
< 0.7 V @ 20 mA
Leakage current:
< 10 µA
Input:
2 optocouplers (galvanic isolated - polarity free)
Max. contact voltage:
30 V DC (over-voltage protected)
Voltage threshold:
Log. H: >8 V DC
Log. L: <3 V DC
Response time monitoring input:
< 5 ms
LED-signal:
1 blue LED: power-on status
1 orange LED: error status
2 bi-coloured LEDs: detection/output status (green LED: no detection; red LED: detection)
Dimensions:
5 in (D) x 3.75 in (W) x 2.75 in (H)
Material:
PC/ASA
Colour:
black
Mounting angles on bracket:
-45 °, 0 °, 45 °
Rotation angles on bracket:
-5 ° to +5 ° (lockable)
Tilt angles on bracket:
-3 ° to +3 °
Protection degree:
IP65 (avoid direct exposure to high pressure cleaning)
Temperature range:
-22 °F to +140 °F if powered
+32 °F to +140 °F unpowered
Humidity:
0-95 % non-condensing
Vibrations:
<2G
Pollution on front screens:
max. 30 %; homogenous
Expected lifetime:
min. 5 years
Norm conformity:
2006/95/EC: LVD; 2004/108/EC: EMC; 2006/42/EC: MD; 2002/95/EC:
RoHS;
EN 60825-1; EN 60950-1; EN 60529; IEC60825;
EN 61000-6-2: EMC - Industrial level; EN 61000-6-3: EMC Commercial Level;
EN 61496-1 & -3; EN 61508 SILCL1; EN 12978; EN 12445; EN 12453
Typ E;
EN ISO 13849-1:2008 Performance Level «c» / CAT 2
!
Do not leave problems unresolved. If a satisfactory solution cannot be achieved after troubleshooting a problem,
please call BEA, Inc. If you must wait for the following workday to call BEA, leave the door inoperable until
satisfactory repairs can be made. Never sacrifice the safe operation of the automatic door or gate for an
incomplete solution.
Our Service Technicians can be called 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For more information visit www.beasensors.com.
Canada & Texas: 1-866-836-1863
West: 1-888-419-2564
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Central: 1-800-407-4545
East: 1-866-249-7937
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