FX-311 Installation Instructions Manual

FX-311 Installation Instructions Manual
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Manual Setting Fiber Sensor Amplifire
FX-311 Series
Thank you very much for purchasing Panasonic products. Please read this Instruction
Manual carefully and thoroughly for the correct and optimum use of this product.
Kindly keep this manual in a convenient place for quick reference.
● Never use this product as a sensing device for personnel
protection.
● In case of using sensing devices for personnel protection, use
products which meet standards, such as OSHA, ANSI or IEC
WARNING
etc., for personnel protection applicable in each region or
country.
1 SPECIFICATIONS
Type
Model NPN output
Item
No. PNP output
Supply voltage
Power consumption
Output
Output operation
Short-circuit protection
Response time
Operation indicator
Stability indicator
Sensitivity adjuster
Red LED type
Blue LED type
Green LED type
FX-311B
FX-311G
FX-311
FX-311P
FX-311BP
FX-311GP
12 to 24V DC±10% Ripple P-P 10% or less
840mW or less (current consumption 35mA or less at 24V supply voltage)
<NPN output type>
<PNP output type>
NPN open-collector transistor
PNP open-collector transistor
・Maximum sink current: 100mA (Note 1)・Maximum source current: 100mA (Note 1)
・Applied voltage: 30V DC or less ・Applied voltage: 30V DC or less
(between output and 0V)
(between output and +V)
・Residual voltage: 1.5V or less
・Residual voltage: 1.5V or less
[at 100mA (Note 1) sink current] [at 100mA (Note 1) source current]
Selectable either Light-ON or Dark-ON
Incorporated
Selectable: 250μs or
Selectable: 150μs or less (for FAST),
less (for S-D, STD),
250μs or less (for STD), 2ms or less
2ms or less (for LONG)
(for LONG)
Orange LED (lights up when the output is ON)
Green LED (lights up under stable light-received condition or stable
dark condition)
12-turn potentiometer with indicator (Pointer part: red backlight) (Note 2)
Incorporated with OFF-delay timer, selectable either effective
(approx. 10ms or 40ms) or ineffective
Timer function
Interference prevention
function
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Emitting element
Material
Weight
Incorporated (up to four fibers can be mounted adjacently)
-10 to +55℃ (If 4 to 7 units are connected in cascade: -10 to +50℃,
if 8 to 16 units are connected in cascade: -10 to +45℃)
(No dew condensation or icing allowed), Storage: -20 to +70℃
35 to 85% RH, Storage: 35 to 85% RH
Red LED (modulated) Blue LED (modulated) Green LED (modulated)
Enclosure: Heat-resistant ABS, Transparent cover: Polycarbonate
15g approx.
Notes: 1) 50mA if five, or more, amplifiers are connected together.
2) The red backlight of the pointer part lights up when the power is turned ON and when the
sensitivity is adjusted.
3) The cable for amplifier connection is not supplied as an accessory. Make sure to use the
optional quick-connection cables given below.
Main cable (3-core): CN-73-C1 (cable length 1m), CN-73-C2 (cable length 2m)
CN-73-C5 (cable length 5m)
Sub cable (1-core): CN-71-C1 (cable length 1m), CN-71-C2 (cable length 2m)
CN-71-C5 (cable length 5m)
2 CAUTIONS
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This product has been developed / produced for industrial use only.
Make sure that the power supply is off while wiring.
Verify that the supply voltage variation is within the rating.
Take care that if a voltage exceeding the rated range is applied, or if an AC power
supply is directly connected, the sensor may get burnt or damaged.
In case noise generating equipment (switching regulator, inverter motor, etc.) is
used in the vicinity of this product, connect the frame ground (F.G.) terminal of the
equipment to an actual ground.
If power is supplied from a commercial switching regulator, ensure that the frame
ground (F.G.) terminal of the power supply is connected to an actual ground.
Do not use during the initial transient time (0.5 sec.) after the power supply is
switched on.
Take care that short-circuit of the load or wrong wiring may burn or damage the
sensor.
Do not run the wires together with high-voltage lines or power lines or put them in
the same raceway. This can cause malfunction due to induction.
Make sure to use the optional quick-connection cable for the connection of the
amplifier. Extension up to total 100m is possible with 0.3mm2, or more, cable.
However, in order to reduce noise, make the wiring as short as possible.
This sensor is suitable for indoor use only.
Avoid dust, dirt, and steam.
Take care that the sensor does not come in contact with water, oil, grease, organic
solvents, such as, thinner etc., or strong acid, and alkaline.
This sensor cannot be used in an environment containing inflammable or
explosive gases.
Never disassemble or modify the sensor.
3 MOUNTING
How to mount the amplifier
① Fit the rear part of the mounting section of the amplifier
②
on a 35mm width DIN rail.
② Press down the rear part of the mounting section of the
unit on the 35mm width DIN rail and fit the front part of
①
the mounting section to the DIN rail.
35mm width DIN rail
How to remove the amplifier
②
①
① Push the amplifier forward.
② Lift up the front part of the amplifier to remove it.
Note: Take care that if the front part is lifted without pushing the
amplifier forward, the hook on the rear portion of the mounting
section is likely to break.
How to connect the fiber cables
Be sure to fit the attachment to the fibers first before inserting the fibers to the
amplifier. For details, refer to the instruction manual enclosed with the fibers.
① Snap the fiber lock lever down.
①
② Insert the fiber cables slowly into the inlets until they
stop. (Note 1)
Fiber
③ Return the fiber lock lever to the original position, till it lock lever
stops.
③
②
Notes: 1) In case the fiber cables are not inserted to a position where
they stop, the sensing range reduces. In case of a flexible
fiber, take care that it may bend inside the amplifier, during
Fiber
insertion.
2) With the coaxial reflective type fiber, such as, FD-G4 or FD-FM2, insert the single-core fiber
cable into the beam-emitting inlet and the multi-core fiber cable into the beam-receiving
inlet. If they are inserted in reverse, the sensing accuracy will deteriorate.
4 CONNECTION
Make sure that the power supply is off while connecting or disconnecting the
quick-connection cable.
Connection method
Groove
① Holding the connector of the quick-connection cable, align
Projection
its projection with the groove at the top portion of the
amplifier connector.
② Insert the connector till a click is felt.
Quick-connection cable
Disconnection method
① Pressing the projection at the top of the quick-connection
cable, pull out the connector.
Projection
Note: Take care that if the connector is pulled out without pressing the
projection, the projection may break. Do not use a
quick-connection cable whose projection has broken. Further, do
not pull by holding the cable, as this can cause a cable-break.
5 CASCADING AMPLIFIERS
● Make sure that the power supply is off while adding or removing the amplifiers.
● Make sure to check the allowable ambient temperature, as it depends on the
number of amplifiers connected in cascade.
● In case two, or more, amplifiers are connected in cascade, make sure to mount
them on a DIN rail.
● When the amplifiers move on the DIN rail depending on the attaching condition,
fitting them between the optional end plates (MS-DIN-E) mounted at the two ends.
● When connecting in cascade, mount the amplifiers close to each other, fitting them
between the optional end plates (MS-DIN-E) mounted at the two ends.
● Up to maximum 15 amplifiers can be added (total 16 amplifiers connected in cascade.)
● When connecting more than two amplifiers in cascade, use the sub cable (CN-71-C□)
as the quick-connection cable for the second amplifier onwards.
● The settings other than the interference prevention function cannot be transmitted
between this product and other digital fiber amplifiers. Therefore, in case both
models of amplifiers are mounted in cascade, be sure to mount identical models
together.
For mounting and removing the amplifier, refer to ' 3 MOUNTING'.
Cascading method
① Mount the amplifiers, one by
one, on the 35mm width DIN
rail and make them close each
other.
② Insert the connector of the
quick-connection cable to the
connector part of the amplifier.
③ Mount the optional end plates
(MS-DIN-E) at both the ends
to hold the amplifiers between
their flat sides.
④ Tighten the screws to fix the
end plates (MS-DIN-E).
Dismantling
① Pressing the projection at the
top of the quick-connection
cable, pull out the connector.
② Remove the amplifier.
Sub cable (CN-71-C□)
(optional)
Main cable (CN-73-C□)
(optional)
End plates (MS-DIN-E)
(optional)
End plates (MS-DIN-E)
(optional)
6 I/O CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
● FX-311□ / NPN output type
Terminal No. of connector type
Cable type / Color code of quick-connection cable
(Brown) +V (Note 1)
Sensor circuit
1
3
2
(Black) Output Load
+
-
100mA max. (Note 2)
(Blue) 0V (Note 1)
Internal circuit
Sensing method
Sensitivity indicator
Operation
Reflective type Thru-beam type
★Make sure that the
operation
selection
switch is set to L-ON
(Light ON).
Turn the sensitivity adjuster fully counterclock①
In case 'assist function' is to
wise. (Minimum sensitivity)
be used, switch the operation
selection switch in the order
of L-ON (Light ON) → D-ON
(Dark ON) → L-ON (Light ON).
ON
In the beam received condition, slowly turn the
adjuster clockwise and find the point
where
②
the sensor is switched ON. The pointer flashes
Beam received Beam received
once at the point . (Note 1)
Step
Terminal
arrange-
12 to 24V DC ment diagram
±10%
1 +V
Users' circuit
3
Output
2
0V
Notes: 1) The quick-connection sub cable does not have +V (brown) and 0V (blue).
The power is supplied from the connector of the main cable.
2) 50mA max., if 5 amplifiers, or more, are connected together.
③
● FX-311□P / PNP output type
Terminal No. of connector type
Beam not
received
Cable type / Color code of quick-connection cable
Beam not
received
(Brown) +V (Note 1)
2
(Black) Output
+
-
Load
Terminal
(Blue) 0V (Note 1)
Internal circuit
arrange-
12 to 24V DC ment diagram
±10%
1 +V
Users' circuit
3
Output
2
0V
Notes: 1) The quick-connection sub cable does not have +V (brown) and 0V (blue).
The power is supplied from the connector of the main cable.
2) 50mA max., if 5 amplifiers, or more, are connected together.
7 PART DESCRIPTION
Sensitivity indicator
Pointer part: Red backlight
Sensitivity adjuster
MODE
L
D
TIMER
40 ms
10 ms
OFF
LONG
STD
S-D
8
MAX
0
6
FX-311
4
ON
Mode selection switch (Note)
Stability indicator (Green)
Operation selection switch
Timer selection switch
Operation indicator (Orange)
Note: The mode selected by the mode selection switch for FX-311B(P) and FX-311G(P) is 'LONG', 'STD' or 'FAST'.
● For FX-311(P), the most suitable sensing mode can be selected according to
the application from LONG (long range distance), STD (standard) or S-D
(reduced intensity). Furthermore, for FX-311B(P) and FX-311G(P), the
sensing mode can be selected from LONG (long range distance), STD
(standard) or FAST (high speed sensing).
● Make sure to carry out sensitivity adjustment after mode setting.
<FX-311(P)>
Mode selection
switch
Response
time
Application
LONG
STD
S-D
Used in case long distance sensing is required.
However, the response time is longer than in STD
mode.
STD
LONG
STD
S-D
Used for general sensing application.
S-D
LONG
STD
S-D
Since the emitted light amount is restricted in this mode,
it is suitable for delicate sensing, such as when the
received light is saturated due to too short a sensing
distance or when detecting translucent objects, etc.
LONG
2ms
Mode selection
switch
250μs
Response
time
Application
LONG
LONG
STD
FAST
Used in case long distance sensing is required.
However, the response time is longer than in STD
mode.
STD
LONG
STD
FAST
Used for general sensing application.
250μs
FAST
LONG
STD
FAST
Used in case high speed sensing is required.
150μs
9 SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT
Notes: 1) When 'assist function' is not used, the pointer does not flash.
and
is regarded as the optimum
2) When 'assist function' is not used, the middle point of
sensitivity point.
3) In order to protect the mechanism, the sensitivity adjuster idles when over turned, which
may result in a backlash of 1 to 2 divisions.
4) Depending upon the sensing conditions, stable sensing may be possible at a position
which is slightly shifted from the optimum sensitivity point.
5) Do not move or bend the fiber cable after the sensitivity adjustment. Detection may
become unstable.
10 TIMER FUNCTION
● This product incorporates an OFF-delay timer function. The delay time can be
selected as either 10ms. approx. or 40ms. approx. with the timer selection switch.
Since the output is extended by a fixed period, it is useful when the connected
device has a slow response time or when small objects are being sensed and the
output signal width is small.
: Lights up
Timer
selection
switch
40
10
OFF
ms
ms
40
10
OFF
ms
ms
(Note)
Output
operation
Sensing
condition
Light
Dark
ON
Light-ON
OFF
ON
Dark-ON
OFF
ON
Light-ON
Dark-ON
T
T
T
OFF
ON
T
OFF
Note: The diagram shows the case when 10ms delay time is selected.
Delay time T: 10ms approx. (when set to 10ms),40ms approx. (when set to 40ms)
<FX-311B(P), FX-311G(P)>
Mode
ON
<Time chart>
8 MODE SELECTION SWITCH
Mode
OFF
Turn the adjuster towards the point
from the point Optimum point
slowly. The pointer starts flashing when it a
proaches the optimum sensitivity point and
-
-
④
flashes faster at the optimum sensitivity point for 3
sec.
This point is the optimum sensitivity point.
(Note 2)
⑤ Select either L-ON (Light ON) or D-ON (Dark ON) according to your application.
Normal
100mA max. (Note 2)
3
OFF-delay timer
Sensor circuit
1
In the beam not received condition, slowly turn
the adjuster further clockwise until the sensor
goes into the ON state again. Once it is switched
on, turn the adjuster counterclockwise a little and
find the point
where it is switched OFF. The
pointer flashes twice at the point . (Note 2)
If the sensor does not go into the ON state,
MAX is the point .
2ms
11 INTERFERENCE PREVENTION FUNCTION
● This product incorporates an automatic interference prevention function. If the
amplifiers are mounted in cascade, since a different emission timing is automatically set for up to 4 amplifiers, up to 4 sets of fibers can be mounted closely.
Further, even if the amplifiers are mounted closely along with the digital fiber
sensor FX-30□, the interference prevention function works. However, in case both
models of amplifiers are mounted in cascade, mount identical models together.
12 INTENDED PRODUCTS FOR CE MARKING
● The models listed under ' 1 SPECIFICATIONS' come with CE Marking.
As for all other models, please contact our office.
: Turns off
● Adjust the sensitivity, observing the Sensing
Operation
Operation
indicator
operation indicator (orange). However, condition
L-ON
(Light
ON)
since the condition for lighting up of the
Light
D-ON (Dark ON)
indicator depends on the combination of
L-ON (Light ON)
the sensing condition and the selected
Dark
D-ON (Dark ON)
operation of L/D-ON, verify it from the
● table on the right.
The sensitivity adjuster is a 12-turn
● potentiometer. The maximum sensitivity is obtained by turning it fully clockwise.
● The pointer shows the present sensitivity level.
Assist function
This product incorporates an 'assist function', which helps to easily
search the optimum sensitivity position by flashing of the pointer. In order
to make 'assist function' effective, switch the operation selection switch in the order
L-ON (Light ON) → D-ON (Dark ON) → L-ON (Light ON).
Notes: 1) 'Assist function' cannot be used when adjusting sensitivity for moving objects.
2) 'Assist function' turns off automatically once the sensitivity adjustment has been completed.
3) In case 'assist function' is not to be used, set the operation selection switch to D-ON (Dark
ON) and wait for 2 sec., or more, to make 'assist function' ineffective.
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