ZX-LDA11-N 2M Datasheet
Smart Sensors
ZX Series
The Continuing Evolution of Smart Sensors
Presenting a New Laser-type [email protected] Amplifier Unit
ZX
Smart Style... from OMRON
I am a Smart Sensor !!
OMRON Offers Sensor Users New Choices
30 mm
What's
Smart?
Amplifier
Sensor Head
Application
Laser Sensors
Digital dual display
Sensing
platform
Measurement
Threshold setting
A host of remarkable functions inside a
compact body. OMRON combined these
with an Amplifier display and easy operation
to take Sensor detection to a whole new
level. OMRON's sensing platform meets a
wide range of diverse applications by
offering a broad selection of heads
employing different detection methods.
Diffuse reflective
A
Small object inclination detection
and workpiece height measurement
Regular reflective
B
Thickness detection and
warp/level difference detection
Through
beam
C
Surface movement/eccentricity
detection and thin object
detection
D
Counting printed materials
and continuous measurement
Inductive Displacement
Sensors
Screw-shaped
Cylindrical
E
Detecting small differences in
level
Flat
Heat-resistive
High-precision
Contact Sensors
Short
F
Solder level detection in
soldering tanks
What's Style?
64 mm
Top Priority Placed on Easy Operation
Advanced functions and performance plus easy operation.
This is a major feature of the ZX Series.
Experience operation that doesn't get any easier.
Judgement output indicator
G
Multiple-point level difference
detection
31 mm
Arrow keys improve operating control
High/Pass/Low 3-color display
Standard
Amplifier
A Full Complement of Practical Functions
Operating Setting with No Need for
a Digital Panel Meter Patent Pending
By simply fitting a Calculating Unit between two Amplifiers, the
processing results of two Sensors can be displayed on a single
Amplifier. Setting parameters need to be input only on one
Amplifier.
Low-measurement
T=K−(A+B)
T=K-(A+B)
Digital dual display
What's the Platform?
The ZX-LD-N integrates internal data for the entire ZX
Series. This was achieved through technological
advancements that vastly improve data communications
between Amplifiers and enable calculations between
different Sensor Heads.
Welcome to the ever-expanding Smart World of sensing.
Laser Sensors
Inductive Displacement
Sensors
High-precision Contact
Sensors
02
Calculating Unit
7-mm-high LED characters
Displays distance and threshold
values at power ON.
Easy-to-see Resolution
Patent Pending
The resolution of the desired workpiece can also be easily
determined by detection. The resolution display clearly shows the
margin available for the threshold setting, to allow accurate
judgement of detectability.
Comprehensive Teaching Functions
Position/2-point/Automatic
Three teaching functions rival the performance of photoelectric
sensors.
Position teaching
For high-precision positioning applications
Resolution
Deviation to be detected
2-point teaching
For detecting ultra-small level differences between two points
Automatic teaching
For teaching without stopping the workpiece
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ZX
Smart Style... from OMRON
I am a Smart Sensor !!
OMRON Offers Sensor Users New Choices
30 mm
What's
Smart?
Amplifier
Sensor Head
Application
Laser Sensors
Digital dual display
Sensing
platform
Measurement
Threshold setting
A host of remarkable functions inside a
compact body. OMRON combined these
with an Amplifier display and easy operation
to take Sensor detection to a whole new
level. OMRON's sensing platform meets a
wide range of diverse applications by
offering a broad selection of heads
employing different detection methods.
Diffuse reflective
A
Small object inclination detection
and workpiece height measurement
Regular reflective
B
Thickness detection and
warp/level difference detection
Through
beam
C
Surface movement/eccentricity
detection and thin object
detection
D
Counting printed materials
and continuous measurement
Inductive Displacement
Sensors
Screw-shaped
Cylindrical
E
Detecting small differences in
level
Flat
Heat-resistive
High-precision
Contact Sensors
Short
F
Solder level detection in
soldering tanks
What's Style?
64 mm
Top Priority Placed on Easy Operation
Advanced functions and performance plus easy operation.
This is a major feature of the ZX Series.
Experience operation that doesn't get any easier.
Judgement output indicator
G
Multiple-point level difference
detection
31 mm
Arrow keys improve operating control
High/Pass/Low 3-color display
Standard
Amplifier
A Full Complement of Practical Functions
Operating Setting with No Need for
a Digital Panel Meter Patent Pending
By simply fitting a Calculating Unit between two Amplifiers, the
processing results of two Sensors can be displayed on a single
Amplifier. Setting parameters need to be input only on one
Amplifier.
Low-measurement
T=K−(A+B)
T=K-(A+B)
Digital dual display
What's the Platform?
The ZX-LD-N integrates internal data for the entire ZX
Series. This was achieved through technological
advancements that vastly improve data communications
between Amplifiers and enable calculations between
different Sensor Heads.
Welcome to the ever-expanding Smart World of sensing.
Laser Sensors
Inductive Displacement
Sensors
High-precision Contact
Sensors
02
Calculating Unit
7-mm-high LED characters
Displays distance and threshold
values at power ON.
Easy-to-see Resolution
Patent Pending
The resolution of the desired workpiece can also be easily
determined by detection. The resolution display clearly shows the
margin available for the threshold setting, to allow accurate
judgement of detectability.
Comprehensive Teaching Functions
Position/2-point/Automatic
Three teaching functions rival the performance of photoelectric
sensors.
Position teaching
For high-precision positioning applications
Resolution
Deviation to be detected
2-point teaching
For detecting ultra-small level differences between two points
Automatic teaching
For teaching without stopping the workpiece
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ZX
Inspecting the height
of the core in
cardboard
Measuring
rivet height
Measuring small
component dimensions
Inspecting the offset
positioning of pressed
workpieces
Checking welding point
positions on ring gears
Inspecting ball
bearings for foreign
matter
Identifying
ceramic types
Checking cut positions
on external walling
material
Checking rubber
positioning
Automobiles, Machine Tools,
and Robots
Detecting the indentation
on glass bottles
Inspecting the solder
level in soldering tanks
Checking for doubled-up
lead frames
Inspecting packing
machine clamps
Inspecting cakes in
trays for thickness and
presence
Warp and Raised Items
Identifying
capacitor types
Inspecting chips for
proper arrangement
Checking the edge of
transparent packing film
Performing final
inspections during
watch assembly
Checking the thickness
of flexible items
Inspecting bottom dead
points on presses
Measuring engine
part dimensions
Inspecting drive
belt thickness
Inspecting pressure
indicator dials and
pointer gaps
Detecting glue
applied to bags
Inspecting paper
tube length
Measuring
roller gap
Eccentricity, Surface Movement,
Coating Thickness
Checking disc motor
tables for surface
movement
Flatness
Inspecting robot
arms for flatness
Detecting raised
caps
Detecting bonding agent
and quantity during
packing box assembly
Checking the flatness
of battery caps
Measuring warpage
of HDD chassis
Inspecting the spray
from aerosol cans
Checking the flatness of
HDD chassis
Checking dies
for fit
Inspecting seat belts
for loose threads
Measuring machine
tool eccentricity and
vibration
Inspecting the
eccentricity of motor
shafts
Counting
Semiconductors and
Electronic Components
Measuring clock
assembly height
Checking the edge of
transparent packing
film
Checking CRTs for
shadow mask insertion
Width and Level Differences
Checking the flatness of
brake pads
Inspecting steel
plate surface areas
Counting tea
bags
Counting copy machine
staples and pins
Counting
containers
Counting
envelops
Packing, Foods, Chemicals,
and Sanitary Items
Detecting pinholes
in pudding
Wafer mapping
(through-beam laser)
Thickness
ZX-TDA
Household Appliances and
Office Automation
Identifying the number
of inner caps for sake
bottle caps
Performing shipping
inspections on robot
arms
Small Level Differences
ZX-EDA
Automobiles, Machine Tools,
and Robots
Semiconductors and
Electronic Components
Measuring electronic
component dimensions
Household Appliances and
Office Automation
Inspecting
PCB mold height
Automated Machinery, Inspection
Equipment, and Others
04
Positioning
Packing, Foods, Chemicals,
and Sanitary Items
Height and Level Differences
ZX-LDA
Automated Machinery, Inspection
Equipment, and Others
Smart Sensors Application World
05
ZX
Inspecting the height
of the core in
cardboard
Measuring
rivet height
Measuring small
component dimensions
Inspecting the offset
positioning of pressed
workpieces
Checking welding point
positions on ring gears
Inspecting ball
bearings for foreign
matter
Identifying
ceramic types
Checking cut positions
on external walling
material
Checking rubber
positioning
Automobiles, Machine Tools,
and Robots
Detecting the indentation
on glass bottles
Inspecting the solder
level in soldering tanks
Checking for doubled-up
lead frames
Inspecting packing
machine clamps
Inspecting cakes in
trays for thickness and
presence
Warp and Raised Items
Identifying
capacitor types
Inspecting chips for
proper arrangement
Checking the edge of
transparent packing film
Performing final
inspections during
watch assembly
Checking the thickness
of flexible items
Inspecting bottom dead
points on presses
Measuring engine
part dimensions
Inspecting drive
belt thickness
Inspecting pressure
indicator dials and
pointer gaps
Detecting glue
applied to bags
Inspecting paper
tube length
Measuring
roller gap
Eccentricity, Surface Movement,
Coating Thickness
Checking disc motor
tables for surface
movement
Flatness
Inspecting robot
arms for flatness
Detecting raised
caps
Detecting bonding agent
and quantity during
packing box assembly
Checking the flatness
of battery caps
Measuring warpage
of HDD chassis
Inspecting the spray
from aerosol cans
Checking the flatness of
HDD chassis
Checking dies
for fit
Inspecting seat belts
for loose threads
Measuring machine
tool eccentricity and
vibration
Inspecting the
eccentricity of motor
shafts
Counting
Semiconductors and
Electronic Components
Measuring clock
assembly height
Checking the edge of
transparent packing
film
Checking CRTs for
shadow mask insertion
Width and Level Differences
Checking the flatness of
brake pads
Inspecting steel
plate surface areas
Counting tea
bags
Counting copy machine
staples and pins
Counting
containers
Counting
envelops
Packing, Foods, Chemicals,
and Sanitary Items
Detecting pinholes
in pudding
Wafer mapping
(through-beam laser)
Thickness
ZX-TDA
Household Appliances and
Office Automation
Identifying the number
of inner caps for sake
bottle caps
Performing shipping
inspections on robot
arms
Small Level Differences
ZX-EDA
Automobiles, Machine Tools,
and Robots
Semiconductors and
Electronic Components
Measuring electronic
component dimensions
Household Appliances and
Office Automation
Inspecting
PCB mold height
Automated Machinery, Inspection
Equipment, and Others
04
Positioning
Packing, Foods, Chemicals,
and Sanitary Items
Height and Level Differences
ZX-LDA
Automated Machinery, Inspection
Equipment, and Others
Smart Sensors Application World
05
ZX
New Sensor Proposals for IT Applications
Smart Monitor V3
PC Connection Takes Full Advantage
of Sensor Performance
Use of the PC screen greatly enhances the panel display. Unlike
conventional systems, the detection results from applications such
as waveform monitoring and data logging can also be easily
processed.
Head
NEW
Waveform Monitoring
Easy waveform monitoring replaces the conventional
oscilloscope. Drag & drop threshold setting and other easyto-use functions further enhance operation.
Amplifier
Contents
ZX-LDA-N Laser Sensors
Datasheet
8
12
Interface Unit
Flexible Quality Control
Data logging
The ability to log detection data and manage the system history
enables efficient and effective quality control, and aides in
determining necessary countermeasures. Also displays data in
waveform during logging.
The screen image may differ from that of the actual product.
Waveform monitoring
One-shot waveform
Waveforms on up to 5
channels can be drawn with
the new ZX-LDA-N.
High-speed waveforms can
be obtained and displayed
in one-shot operation.
ZX-EDA Inductive Displacement Sensors
Datasheet
18
20
PC Software Specifications
Monitoring Digital Values
● Setting differential direct threshold values
● Teaching settings
Waveform Monitoring
● Waveform collection ● Waveform observation
● Waveform saving and loading
ZX-TDA High-precision Contact Sensors
Datasheet
28
30
Data Logging
● Compilation settings ● Microsoft Excel compatible (See note 2.)
List Display Simplifies Setup
Complicated settings can be easily made with only the Amplifier
panel while referring to function menus. Settings can also be
imported and exported as text data.
Configurator Functions
● Setting Amplifier functions
(actual measurement scaling, input scaling, etc.)
● Saving and loading Amplifier setting conditions
Common Precautions
35
Note 1: Smart Monitor V3 is compatible with the ZX-L-N, ZX-L, ZX-E, and ZX-T.
Note 2: Microsoft Excel is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation.
Export
Import
Note 3: System Requirements
OS: Windows 98 or 2000
CPU Unit: Celeron 400 MHz or better
RAM: 64 MB min.
Available hard disk space: 50 MB min.
Display screen: 800 x 600 dots and 256 colors min.
Baud rate: 38,400 bps min.
Note 4: Use an RS-232C crossover cable to connect to the computer.
If the computer does not have an RS-232C port, use a USB-Serial Conversion Cable
(CS1W-CF31 made by OMRON).
06
07
ZX
New Sensor Proposals for IT Applications
Smart Monitor V3
PC Connection Takes Full Advantage
of Sensor Performance
Use of the PC screen greatly enhances the panel display. Unlike
conventional systems, the detection results from applications such
as waveform monitoring and data logging can also be easily
processed.
Head
NEW
Waveform Monitoring
Easy waveform monitoring replaces the conventional
oscilloscope. Drag & drop threshold setting and other easyto-use functions further enhance operation.
Amplifier
Contents
ZX-LDA-N Laser Sensors
Datasheet
8
12
Interface Unit
Flexible Quality Control
Data logging
The ability to log detection data and manage the system history
enables efficient and effective quality control, and aides in
determining necessary countermeasures. Also displays data in
waveform during logging.
The screen image may differ from that of the actual product.
Waveform monitoring
One-shot waveform
Waveforms on up to 5
channels can be drawn with
the new ZX-LDA-N.
High-speed waveforms can
be obtained and displayed
in one-shot operation.
ZX-EDA Inductive Displacement Sensors
Datasheet
18
20
PC Software Specifications
Monitoring Digital Values
● Setting differential direct threshold values
● Teaching settings
Waveform Monitoring
● Waveform collection ● Waveform observation
● Waveform saving and loading
ZX-TDA High-precision Contact Sensors
Datasheet
28
30
Data Logging
● Compilation settings ● Microsoft Excel compatible (See note 2.)
List Display Simplifies Setup
Complicated settings can be easily made with only the Amplifier
panel while referring to function menus. Settings can also be
imported and exported as text data.
Configurator Functions
● Setting Amplifier functions
(actual measurement scaling, input scaling, etc.)
● Saving and loading Amplifier setting conditions
Common Precautions
35
Note 1: Smart Monitor V3 is compatible with the ZX-L-N, ZX-L, ZX-E, and ZX-T.
Note 2: Microsoft Excel is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation.
Export
Import
Note 3: System Requirements
OS: Windows 98 or 2000
CPU Unit: Celeron 400 MHz or better
RAM: 64 MB min.
Available hard disk space: 50 MB min.
Display screen: 800 x 600 dots and 256 colors min.
Baud rate: 38,400 bps min.
Note 4: Use an RS-232C crossover cable to connect to the computer.
If the computer does not have an RS-232C port, use a USB-Serial Conversion Cable
(CS1W-CF31 made by OMRON).
06
07
ZX
ZX-LDA-N
NEW
Laser Sensors
Advanced Functions Made Simple. That is the Essence of Smart Style.
The World's Smallest and Lightest
Flexible Mounting Direction
*As of October 1, 2001
In addition to the obvious size difference, the ZX Series offers the
world's lightest Sensors. Approximately the same size as a
photoelectric sensor, the compact ZX Sensors contribute
considerably to space-saving efforts on production sites. Naturally,
response speed is also equivalent to that of a photoelectric sensor.
*High-speed sampling: 0.15 ms (response speed: 0.3 ms)
Install a Side-view Attachment (sold separately) for additional
installation possibilities.
Reflective
Sensors
Displacement mode
Light-intensity mode
Distance display
Received light display
15 mm
34 mm
33 mm
Reflective
Sensors
Light-emitting side
15 mm
Side-view Attachment
39 mm
15 mm
19 mm
Counting connector pins
Throughbeam
Sensors
15 mm
Light-intensity Mode: High-performance Laser Photoelectric Sensor
Light intensity can be detected by the ultra-small spot of the laser beam. By operating as a highprecision laser photoelectric sensor, rather than a displacement meter, this enables detection of small
items with backgrounds, as well as color detection. Ideal function settings are possible by using both
the displacement mode and the light-intensity mode to meet multiple application needs.
17 mm
Light-receiving side
Through-beam
Sensors
8 Reflective Types and 3 Through-beam Types Available
Reflective
Sensors
Light-intensity Mode: High-performance
Laser Photoelectric Sensor
Class 2 visible light laser
*For 4,096 sampling cycles
Select the model according to the application. Use a spot beam to
detect small items, or a line beam for ordinary workpieces.
Measurement distance also ranges from 28 to 500 mm, enabling
seamless coverage for various detection applications.
Through-beam
Sensors
Class 1 visible light laser
*For 64 sampling cycles
Light-intensity mode/
% mode
Measurement-width
mode
Light-receiving display/
transmittance display
Measurement-width
mode
Use a 1-mm-dia. spot for precise positioning, or a
5- to 10-mm-wide screen beam for area detection.
Measuring width and distance range (4-µm resolution)
50 µm (40 mm range)
Spot form
Two-spot
Sensors
Line beam
1-mm-dia. spot
5-mm-wide screen beam
1-mm dia.
50-µm dia. spot
5 mm
1- to 2.5-mm
75 µm
0 to 500 mm
0 to 500 mm
2 mm
500 to 2,000 mm
*Varies with beam direction
Distance range (resolution)
Three ranges
(300 µm)
(16 µm)
(2 µm)
40
300 mm±200 mm
100 mm±40 mm
mm±10 mm
Regular reflection
(displacement)
Class 2 visible light laser
Self-detection and Display of Laser Diode Lifetime
When laser diode deterioration is detected, a warning appears on the subdigital display. Early detection enables timely, trouble-free replacement.
45 mm
Ideal for detecting
mirror surfaces.
Equipped with a Laser Lifetime Monitor
Distance range 55 mm
(0.25 µm resolution)
One range
Spot form
30 mm±2 mm
75 µm
Two-spot Sensors
1.8 mm
08
100 µm
ZX-LDA-N
09
ZX
ZX-LDA-N
NEW
Laser Sensors
Advanced Functions Made Simple. That is the Essence of Smart Style.
The World's Smallest and Lightest
Flexible Mounting Direction
*As of October 1, 2001
In addition to the obvious size difference, the ZX Series offers the
world's lightest Sensors. Approximately the same size as a
photoelectric sensor, the compact ZX Sensors contribute
considerably to space-saving efforts on production sites. Naturally,
response speed is also equivalent to that of a photoelectric sensor.
*High-speed sampling: 0.15 ms (response speed: 0.3 ms)
Install a Side-view Attachment (sold separately) for additional
installation possibilities.
Reflective
Sensors
Displacement mode
Light-intensity mode
Distance display
Received light display
15 mm
34 mm
33 mm
Reflective
Sensors
Light-emitting side
15 mm
Side-view Attachment
39 mm
15 mm
19 mm
Counting connector pins
Throughbeam
Sensors
15 mm
Light-intensity Mode: High-performance Laser Photoelectric Sensor
Light intensity can be detected by the ultra-small spot of the laser beam. By operating as a highprecision laser photoelectric sensor, rather than a displacement meter, this enables detection of small
items with backgrounds, as well as color detection. Ideal function settings are possible by using both
the displacement mode and the light-intensity mode to meet multiple application needs.
17 mm
Light-receiving side
Through-beam
Sensors
8 Reflective Types and 3 Through-beam Types Available
Reflective
Sensors
Light-intensity Mode: High-performance
Laser Photoelectric Sensor
Class 2 visible light laser
*For 4,096 sampling cycles
Select the model according to the application. Use a spot beam to
detect small items, or a line beam for ordinary workpieces.
Measurement distance also ranges from 28 to 500 mm, enabling
seamless coverage for various detection applications.
Through-beam
Sensors
Class 1 visible light laser
*For 64 sampling cycles
Light-intensity mode/
% mode
Measurement-width
mode
Light-receiving display/
transmittance display
Measurement-width
mode
Use a 1-mm-dia. spot for precise positioning, or a
5- to 10-mm-wide screen beam for area detection.
Measuring width and distance range (4-µm resolution)
50 µm (40 mm range)
Spot form
Two-spot
Sensors
Line beam
1-mm-dia. spot
5-mm-wide screen beam
1-mm dia.
50-µm dia. spot
5 mm
1- to 2.5-mm
75 µm
0 to 500 mm
0 to 500 mm
2 mm
500 to 2,000 mm
*Varies with beam direction
Distance range (resolution)
Three ranges
(300 µm)
(16 µm)
(2 µm)
40
300 mm±200 mm
100 mm±40 mm
mm±10 mm
Regular reflection
(displacement)
Class 2 visible light laser
Self-detection and Display of Laser Diode Lifetime
When laser diode deterioration is detected, a warning appears on the subdigital display. Early detection enables timely, trouble-free replacement.
45 mm
Ideal for detecting
mirror surfaces.
Equipped with a Laser Lifetime Monitor
Distance range 55 mm
(0.25 µm resolution)
One range
Spot form
30 mm±2 mm
75 µm
Two-spot Sensors
1.8 mm
08
100 µm
ZX-LDA-N
09
ZX
ZX-LDA-N
NEW
New Laser Type
Enhanced Hold Function
Advanced Functions Respond to Evolving Needs
New Function
Average hold and delay hold functions were added to enable
accurate assessment of changes and the desired measurement
position.
More User Friendly
New Function
Zero Reset Time Display
Present Value Display
Delay Hold/Average Hold
Previous Value Comparison Function
A reference value other than zero can be set as the zero reset
value.
The sub-digital display shows present values when the hold
function is enabled. This makes it easy to check whether a
measurement is within range.
The delay hold function measures only signals within the
desired sampling time after a specified time delay from the
trigger. The newly added average hold function is especially
useful for measuring large workpieces with uneven surfaces.
Gradual changes in measurements due to machine
temperature changes or other factors can be ignored in
certain situations, such as when detecting foreign matter
around bearings. The previous value comparison function
effectively detects any changes between previous and
present values.
Displacement
Displacement
Any reset value setting
Delay time Sampling time
T1
T2
Self-triggering level
10 mm
Self-triggering level
Present value display
Average for T2
1
Average hold
L threshold
Automatic Teaching
Various factors, such as conversion errors occurring with connected
devices, may cause the output value displayed on the Amplifier to
differ from the actual output from a voltmeter. Adjusting the Amplifier
display while monitoring the actual output on a voltmeter can
eliminate the difference between the two values.
Maximum and minimum measurement values can be set as
thresholds when automatic teaching is executed. It is useful for
setting threshold values from actual measurements while the
workpiece is moving.
Amplifier display (V)
Linear Output Correction
2
6
5
3
2
4
1
3
5
2
4
3
3
Time
Time
Multiple-point Measurements Computed Using 1 Point
The result computed for one point can be used as a basis for the output for every other
point. This is especially useful for multiple-point measurements.
4
1 ch
3 ch
0
0.5
4.5
4
Voltmeter display (V)
1 ch
2 ch-1 ch
Maximum value
0
4 ch
2 ch
Detected object
Minimum value
Minimum value = LOW threshold
3 ch-1 ch
Maximum value = HIGH threshold
4 ch-1 ch
ZX-LDA-N
10
11
Enhanced Hold Function
New Function
Average hold and delay hold functions were added to enable
accurate assessment of changes and the desired measurement
position.
Delay Hold/Average Hold
Previous Value Comparison Function
The delay hold function measures only signals within the
desired sampling time after a specified time delay from the
trigger. The newly added average hold function is especially
useful for measuring large workpieces with uneven surfaces.
Gradual changes in measurements due to machine
temperature changes or other factors can be ignored in
certain situations, such as when detecting foreign matter
around bearings. The previous value comparison function
effectively detects any changes between previous and
present values.
Displacement
Displacement
Self-triggering level
Delay time Sampling time
T1
T2
Self-triggering level
6
5
Average for T2
1
Average hold
L threshold
3
2
2
5
4
1
3
3
2
4
3
Time
Time
Multiple-point Measurements Computed Using 1 Point
The result computed for one point can be used as a basis for the output for every other
point. This is especially useful for multiple-point measurements.
1 ch
3 ch
4 ch
1 ch
2 ch
2 ch-1 ch
3 ch-1 ch
4 ch-1 ch
ZX-LDA-N
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Ordering Information
■ Sensors
Sensor Heads (Reflective)
Optical system
Beam shape
Diffuse reflective
Sensing distance
Spot beam
Line beam
Regular reflective
Spot beam
Resolution*
Model
40±10 mm
2 µm
100±40 mm
16 µm
ZX-LD100
300±200 mm
300 µm
ZX-LD300
40±10 mm
2 µm
ZX-LD40L
100±40 mm
16 µm
ZX-LD100L
300±200 mm
300 µm
ZX-LD300L
30±2 mm
0.25 µm
ZX-LD30V
ZX-LD40
Line beam
* For an average count of 4,096.
ZX-LD30VL
Sensor Heads (Through-beam)
Optical system
Measuring width
Through-beam
Sensing distance
1-mm dia.
0 to 2000 mm
5 mm
0 to 500 mm
Resolution*
4 µm
Model
ZX-LT001
ZX-LT005
10 mm
ZX-LT010
* For an average count of 64.
Amplifier Units
Appearance
Power supply
DC
Note:
Output type
Model
NPN
ZX-LDA11-N
PNP
ZX-LDA41-N
Compatible connection with the Sensor Head.
Accessories (Order Separately)
Calculating Unit
Appearance
Smart Monitor Sensor Setup Tool for
Personal Computer Connection
Model
ZX-CAL2
Appearance
Name
Model
ZX-series Communi- ZX-SF11
cations Interface
Unit
Side-view Attachments
Appearance
Applicable
Sensor Head
Model
ZX-LT1001/
LT005
ZX-XF12
ZX-LT010
ZX-XF22
Cables with Connectors on Both Ends (for
Extension)*1
Cable length
Model
1m
ZX-XC1A
4m
ZX-XC4A
8m
ZX-XC8A
9 m *2
ZX-XC9A
Quantity
1
*1. [email protected] robot cable type also available.
*2. For use only with Reflective Sensors.
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ZX Series (ZX-L-N) Smart Sensors
+
CD-ROM
CD-ROM
ZX-series Communi- ZX-SFW11V3
cations Interface
*1, *2
Unit + ZX-series
Sensor Setup Software Basic
ZX-series Sensor
Setup Software
ZX-SW11EV3
*1
*1. The ZX-SFW11V3 or ZX-SW11V3 is required to use Smart
Monitor with the ZX-LDA11-N/41-N. Earlier versions cannot be
used.
*2. The ZX-SFW11EV3 SmartMonitor can be used only to set functions and
monitor waveforms.
Specifications
■ Sensor Heads (Reflective)
Item
Model
ZX-LD40
ZX-LD100
ZX-LD300
ZX-LD30V
Regular reflective
ZX-LD40L
ZX-LD100L
ZX-LD300L
Diffuse reflective
Z3X-LD30VL
Optical system
Diffuse reflective
Regular reflective
Light source (wave length)
Visible-light semiconductor laser with a wavelength of 650 nm and an output of 1 mW max.; class 2
Measurement point
40 mm
100 mm
300 mm
30 mm
40 mm
100 mm
300 mm
30 mm
Measurement range
±10 mm
±40 mm
±200 mm
±2 mm
±10 mm
±40 mm
±200 mm
±2 mm
Beam shape
Spot
Beam size*1
50-µm dia.
100-µm dia.
300-µm dia.
75-µm dia.
75 µm x 2 mm
150 µm x 2 mm 450 µm x 2 mm 100 µm x 1.8 mm
Resolution*2
2 µm
16 µm
300 µm
0.25 µm
2 µm
16 µm
300 µm
Linearity*3
±0.2% FS
(entire range)
±0.2% FS
(80 to 120 mm)
±2% FS
±0.2% FS
(200 to 400 mm) (entire range)
±0.2% FS
(32 to 48 mm)
±0.2% FS
(80 to 120 mm)
±2% FS
±0.2% FS
(200 to 400 mm) (entire range)
Line
0.25 µm
Temperature characteristic*4 ±0.03% FS/°C (Except for ZX-LD300 and ZX-LD300L, which are ±0.1% FS/°C.)
Ambient illumination
Incandescent lamp: 3,000 l× max. (on light receiving side)
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to 50°C, Storage: −15 to 60°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. at 500 VDC
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Vibration resistance
(destruction)
10 to 150 Hz, 0.7-mm double amplitude 80 min each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance
(destruction)
300 m/s2 3 times each in six directions (up/down, left/right, forward/backward)
Degree of protection
IEC60529, IP50
Connection method
Connector relay (standard cable length: 500 mm)
Weight (packed state)
Approx. 150 g
Materials
Case: PBT (polybutylene terephthalate), Cover: Alu- Case and cover: Case: PBT (polybutylene terephthalate), Cover: Alu- Case and cover:
minum, Lens: Glass
Aluminum,
minum, Lens: Glass
Aluminum, Lens:
Lens: Glass
Glass
Accessories
Instruction sheet, Laser warning label (English)
IEC60529, IP40 IEC60529, IP50
IEC60529, IP40
Approx. 250 g
Approx. 250 g
Approx. 150 g
*1. Beam size: The beam size is defined by 1/e2 (13.5%) of the strength of the beam at the beam center (measured value). Incorrect detection may occur if there is light leakage
outside the defined spot and the material around the sensing object is more reflective than the sensing object.
*2. Resolution: The resolution is the deviation (±3σ) in the linear output when connected to the ZX-LDA Amplifier Unit. (The resolution is measured with the standard reference object
(white ceramic), at the measurement point with the ZX-LDA set for an average count of 4,096 per period.) The resolution is given at the repeat accuracy for a stationary workpiece,
and is not an indication of the distance accuracy. The resolution may be adversely affected under strong electromagnetic fields.
*3. Linearity: The linearity is given as the error in an ideal straight line displacement output when measuring the standard reference object. The linearity and measurement values
vary with the object being measured.
*4. Temperature characteristic: The temperature characteristic is measured at the measurement point with the Sensor and reference object (OMRON’s standard reference object)
secured with an aluminum jig.
Note:
Highly reflective objects can result in incorrect detection by causing out-of-range measurements.
■ Sensor Heads (Through-beam)
Item
Model
ZX-LT001
ZX-LT005
Optical system
Through-beam
Light source
(wave length)
Visible-light semiconductor laser with a wavelength of 650 nm; JIS class1
Maximum output
0.2 mW max.
ZX-LT010
0.35 mW max.
Measurement width
1-mm dia.
1- to 2.5-mm dia.
5 mm
Measurement
distance
0 to 500 mm
500 to 2,000 mm
0 to 500 mm
Minimum sensing
object
8-µm dia. (opaque)
8- to 50-µm dia. (opaque) 0.05-mm dia. (opaque)
Resolution*1
4 µm *2
---
Temperature
characteristic
0.2% FS/°C
10 mm
0.1-mm dia. (opaque)
4 µm *3
Ambient illumination
Incandescent lamp: 10,000 l× max. (on light-receiving side)
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to 50°C, Storage: −25 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Degree of protection
IEC60529, IP40
Connection method
Connector relay (standard cable length: 500 mm)
Weight (packed state)
Approx. 220 g
Cable length
Extendable up to 10 m with special extension cable.
Materials
Case: Polyetherimide, Case cover: Polycarbonate, Unit cover: Glass
Tightening torque
0.3 N⋅m max.
Accessories
Optical axis adjustment seal, sensor head-amplifier connection cable (1.5 m), instruction sheet
*1. This value is obtained by converting the deviation (±3σ) in the linear output that results when the sensor head is connected to the amplifier unit, into the measurement
width.
*2. For an average count of 64. The value is 5 µm for an average count of 32.
This is the value that results when a minimum sensing object blocks the light near the center of the 1-mm measurement width.
*3. For an average count of 64. The value is 5 µm for an average count of 32.
ZX Series (ZX-L-N) Smart Sensors
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■ Amplifier Units
Item
Model
ZX-LDA11-N
ZX-LDA41-N
Measurement period
150 µs
Possible average count settings*1
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1,024, 2,048, or 4,096
Temperature characteristic
When connected to a Reflective Sensor Head: 0.01% FS/°C, When connected to a Through-beam Sensor Head: 0.1% FS/°C
Linear output*2
4 to 20 mA/FS, Max. load resistance: 300 Ω, ±4 V (± 5 V, 1 to 5 V *3), Output impedance: 100 Ω
Judgement outputs
(3 outputs: HIGH/PASS/LOW)*1
NPN open-collector outputs, 30 VDC, 50 mA max.
Residual voltage: 1.2 V max.
PNP open-collector outputs, 30 VDC, 50 mA max.
Residual voltage: 2 V max.
Laser OFF input, zero reset input, timing input, ON: Short-circuited with 0-V terminal or 1.5 V or less
reset input
OFF: Open (leakage current: 0.1 mA max.)
ON: Supply voltage short-circuited or supply voltage within 1.5 V
OFF: Open (leakage current: 0.1 mA max.)
Functions
Measurement value display, set value/light level/resolution display, scaling, display reverse, display OFF mode, ECO mode, number of display
digit changes, sample hold, peak hold, bottom hold, peak-to-peak hold, self-peak hold, self-bottom hold, intensity mode, zero reset, initial
reset, ON-delay timer, OFF-delay timer, one-shot timer, deviation, previous value comparison, sensitivity adjustment, keep/clamp switch,
direct threshold value setting, position teaching, 2-point teaching, automatic teaching, hysteresis width setting, timing inputs, reset input,
monitor focus, (A-B) calculations*4, (A+B) calculations*4, mutual interference*4, laser deterioration detection, zero reset memory, key lock
Indications
Operation indicators: High (orange), pass (green), low (yellow), 7-segment main display (red), 7-segment subdisplay (yellow), laser ON
(green), zero reset (green), enable (green)
Power supply voltage
12 to 24 VDC ±10%, Ripple (p-p): 10% max.
Current consumption
140 mA max. with power supply voltage of 24 VDC (with Sensor connected)
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to 50°C, Storage: −15 to 60°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. at 500 VDC
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Vibration resistance
(destruction)
10 to 150 Hz, 0.7-mm double amplitude 80 min each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance
(destruction)
300 m/s2 3 times each in six directions (up/down, left/right, forward/backward)
Connection method
Prewired (standard cable length: 2 m)
Weight (packed state)
Approx. 350 g
Materials
Case: PBT (polybutylene terephthalate), Cover: Polycabonate
Accessories
Instruction sheet
*1. The response speed of the linear output is calculated as the measurement period × (average count setting + 1) (with fixed sensitivity).
The response speed of the judgement outputs is calculated as the measurement period × (average count setting + 1) (with fixed sensitivity).
*2. The output can be switched between a current output and voltage output using a switch on the bottom of the Amplifier Unit.
*3. Setting is possible via the monitor focus function.
*4. A Calculating Unit (ZX-CAL2) is required.
Note:
For operating details, refer to the operation manual (Cat. No. Z157).
■ Calculating Unit
Item
ZX-CAL2
Applicable Amplifier
Units
■ ZX-series Communications
Interface Unit
ZX-LD11-N/41-N, ZX-EDA11/41, ZX-TDA11/41
Item
Current consumption 12 mA max. (supplied from the Smart Sensor Amplifier Unit)
Current consumption
ZX-SF11
60 mA max. (supplied by the Amplifier Unit)
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to 50°C, Storage: −15 to 60°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Connection method
Connector
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Max. No. of Amplifier Units 5
Insulation resistance
100 MΩ (at 500 VDC)
Vibration resistance
(destructive)
10 to 150 Hz, 0.7-mm double amplitude 80 min each in X, Y, and
Z directions
Commu- Communicanications tions port
functions
Communications protocol
Shock resistance
(destructive)
300 m/s2 3 times each in six directions (up/down, left/right, forward/backward)
Baud rate
Materials
Display: Acrylic, Case: ABS resin
Data configura- Data bits: 8, Parity: none, Start bits: 1, Stop bits: 1, Flow contion
trol: none
Weight (packed state) Approx. 50 g
Accessories
Applicable Amplifier Units ZX Series
Applicable Amplifier Unit
versions
[email protected] Ver. 1.000 or higher
[email protected] Ver. 1.100 or higher
[email protected] Ver. 1.000 or higher
RS-232C port (9-pin D-Sub Connector)
CompoWay/F*
38,400 bps
Indicators
Power supply: green, Sensor communications: green, Sensor communications error: red, External terminal communications: green, External terminal communications error: red
Protective circuits
Reverse polarity protection
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to 50°C, storage: −15 to 60°C (with no icing or
condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min, Leakage current: 10 mA
max.
Materials
Case: PBT (polybutylene terephthalate), Cover: Polycarbonate
Accessories
Instruction sheet, 2 clamps
Instruction sheet
* Contact your OMRON representative for CompoWay/F communications specifications.
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ZX Series (ZX-L-N) Smart Sensors
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
■ Sensor Heads (Diffuse Reflective)
ZX-LD40
ZX-LD100
ZX-LD300
ZX-LD40L
ZX-LD100L
ZX-LD300L
1.8
17
16.6
12.4
33
L*
Measure- Reference
ment point surface
Mounting Holes
Two 3.2-dia. mounting holes
3.5
5
Two, M3 holes
7
14.8
A*
Emitter axis
Lens:
Receiver
axis
5 dia.
31.1
30.05
32±0.1
32
Range
indicators
39
3.4
7
Lens: 8 dia.
3.5
7
Connector
26±0.1
24.05
26
15 dia.
46
Vinyl-insulated round cable, 5.1 dia.,
Standard: 500 mm
* ZX-LD40L: L = 40 mm, A = 23°
ZX-LD100L: L = 100 mm, A = 11°
ZX-LD300L: L = 300 mm, A = 3.8°
■ Sensor Heads (Regular Reflective)
ZX-LD30V
ZX-LD30VL
14
4.8
25
8.6
Vinyl-insulated round cable,
5.1 dia., Standard: 0.5 m
5-R2
20.7
42.7
Connector
Mounting Holes
45
1
1
32.7
4.75
4.75
46
Two, M4 holes
9.5
9.2
47±0.1
35°
Light axis
12.5
30
Two, 4.5-dia.
mounting holes
15 dia.
Emitter
axis
Receiver
axis
47
Reference plane
55
Measurement center
Lens (16 dia.)
Lens (10 dia.)
ZX Series (ZX-L-N) Smart Sensors
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■ Sensor Heads (Through-beam)
ZX-LT001
ZX-LT005
Emitter side
Receiver side
Two, 3.2 dia.
Two, 3.2 dia.
Vinyl-insulated round
cable (gray), 2.6 dia.,
Standard: 500 mm
2.8
19
34
9
Connector
2.8
5
16
Laser ON indicator
Connector
9
15
15
Light axis center
Light axis center
15
Vinyl-insulated round cable (black),
2.6 dia., Standard: 500 mm
Sensor Head-Amplifier Unit
Connecting Cable (Provided)
15
1,500 +200
0
Mounting Holes
46
Mounting Holes
15 dia.
9±0.1
9±0.1
Two, M3 holes
2.6 dia × 2
Connector
Two, M3 holes
Connector
ZX-LT010
Emitter side
Receiver side
Two, 3.2 dia.
Vinyl-insulated round
cable (gray), 2.6 dia., 2.8
Standard: 500 mm
Two, 3.2 dia.
25
42
10
22
14
2.8 Vinyl-insulated round cable (black),
2.6 dia., Standard: 500 mm
20 14
20
Connector
Connector
Laser ON indicator
Light axis center
Light axis center
Sensor Head-Amplifier Unit
Connecting Cable (Provided)
20
20
1,500 +200
0
Mounting Holes
46
Mounting Holes
15 dia.
14±0.1
14±0.1
Connector
Two, M3 holes
Two, M3 holes
2.6 dia × 2
Connector
■ Amplifier Units
ZX-LDA11-N
ZX-LDA41-N
133
44
30
4.2
3
4.2
64.3
31.5
15.5 dia.
13.2
15.8
13
36.8
Vinyl-insulated round cable, 5.2 dia. (conductor
cross-section: 0.09 mm2, 10-conductor insulator
diameter: 0.7 mm), Standard: 2 m
Vinyl-insulated round cable, 5.1 dia.
Standard: 100 mm
11.7
11.7
2.2
29
Current/voltage output selector switch
(set to voltage output when shipped)
Voltage output
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ZX Series (ZX-L-N) Smart Sensors
■ Accessories (Order Separately)
Calculating Unit
ZX-CAL2
Operation Connectors
indicators
24.9
3
19.5
Side-view Attachments
ZX-XF12
ZX-XF22
15
15.1
12
8
Light axis center
Two, 2.2 dia.
57
54.9
44.05
20
Light axis center
Two, 2.2 dia.
15 10.6
20 15.6
9.5
15
21
Seal
30
15
26
15
20
14.4
2.7
3.4
5
2.8
36.7
ZX-series Communications Interface Unit
ZX-SF11
Coupling connector
Sensor communications indicator (communications operation)
Sensor communications indicator (communications error)
External terminal communications indicator
(communications operation)
Power supply indicator
External terminal communications
indicator (communications error)
4.2
3
30
64.3
4.2
(336)
(46)
31.5
15
13
13.2
36.8
Vinyl-insulated round cable, 5.23 dia.
Standard: 100 mm
29
2.2
11.7
4.3
11.7
(33.1)
3
Connector
Cables with Connectors on Both
Ends (for Extension)
ZX-XC1A (1 m)
ZX-XC4A (4 m)
ZX-XC8A (8 m)
ZX-XC9A (9 m)*1
46
2*
5
6.55
44
15.5 dia.
15 dia.
12 pins (male)
Vinyl-insulated round cable,
5.2 dia., 10 conductors
12 pins (female)
*1 For use only with the ZX-L.
*2 ZX-XC1A: 1,000
ZX-XC4A: 4,000
ZX-XC8A: 8,000
ZX-XC9A: 9,000
ZX Series (ZX-L-N) Smart Sensors
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ZX
ZX-EDA
Inductive Displacement Sensors
Inductive Displacement Sensors for Even More Applications
Complete Range of Useful Functions
Simple Linearity Adjustment
0%
50%
100%
Patent Pending
Adjustments using the adjustment knob are no longer
required to adjust linearity.
Linearity adjustment is completed simply by teaching at
0%, 50%, and 100% of the measurement distance,
greatly reducing setting time.
Linearity is worse for non-ferrous than ferrous sensing objects.
A material selection function has been developed to improve
linearity with stainless steel and aluminum sensing objects.
Smallest Heads in Its Class at 3 Dia.
Small Sensor Heads are perfect for
detecting the height of small objects
and for applications where multiple
Sensor Heads are used.
3 dia.
5.4 dia.
8 dia.
M10
M18
Sensors with stainless steel Protective Spiral Tubes are also available.
New Flat and Heat-resistive Sensors Broaden
Application Possibilities
NEW
The temperature characteristic ranks at the top in the
industry at 0.1% FS/°C for heat-resistive sensors, and it
ranges up to 200°C for flat sensors.
Displayed value (mm)
Suitable for Non-ferrous Metals Also
Wide Selection of Sensor Heads
14.0
13.0
12.0
11.0
10.0
9.0
8.0
7.0
6.0
5.0
4.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
00
00
After adjustment
SUS304
AL
1.0
2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0
Measurement distance (mm)
7.0
NEW
Mutual Interference Prevented for Up to 5 Sensors
Multiple Sensors may be used in confined spaces for level difference
measurements or multiple-point measurements. Mutual interference
between up to 5 Sensors can be prevented simply by connecting
Calculating Units to eliminate the need for timing signals on the user side.
More Efficient Maintenance
Complete Compatibility between
Sensor Heads and Amplifier Units
The Amplifier Unit can be used as is when
replacing damaged Sensor Heads or changing
the Sensor Head for different detection distances.
Calculation Settings without Digital Panel Data
Sensor Head Cords Extendable to 10 m
The distance between the Amplifier Units the
Sensor Heads can be extended to 3 m, 6 m,
or 10 m using a [email protected] Cable (sold
separately).
Extendable
Fixed at 2 m
Patent Pending
The calculation results from two Sensors can be
displayed on the Amplifier for one Sensor simply by
placing a Calculating Unit between the Amplifier Units.
The required parameters need to be input only into
one Amplifier Unit.
ZX-EDA
18
19
ZX
ZX-EDA
Inductive Displacement Sensors
Inductive Displacement Sensors for Even More Applications
Complete Range of Useful Functions
Simple Linearity Adjustment
0%
50%
100%
Patent Pending
Adjustments using the adjustment knob are no longer
required to adjust linearity.
Linearity adjustment is completed simply by teaching at
0%, 50%, and 100% of the measurement distance,
greatly reducing setting time.
Linearity is worse for non-ferrous than ferrous sensing objects.
A material selection function has been developed to improve
linearity with stainless steel and aluminum sensing objects.
Smallest Heads in Its Class at 3 Dia.
Small Sensor Heads are perfect for
detecting the height of small objects
and for applications where multiple
Sensor Heads are used.
3 dia.
5.4 dia.
8 dia.
M10
M18
Sensors with stainless steel Protective Spiral Tubes are also available.
New Flat and Heat-resistive Sensors Broaden
Application Possibilities
NEW
The temperature characteristic ranks at the top in the
industry at 0.1% FS/°C for heat-resistive sensors, and it
ranges up to 200°C for flat sensors.
Displayed value (mm)
Suitable for Non-ferrous Metals Also
Wide Selection of Sensor Heads
14.0
13.0
12.0
11.0
10.0
9.0
8.0
7.0
6.0
5.0
4.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
00
00
After adjustment
SUS304
AL
1.0
2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0
Measurement distance (mm)
7.0
NEW
Mutual Interference Prevented for Up to 5 Sensors
Multiple Sensors may be used in confined spaces for level difference
measurements or multiple-point measurements. Mutual interference
between up to 5 Sensors can be prevented simply by connecting
Calculating Units to eliminate the need for timing signals on the user side.
More Efficient Maintenance
Complete Compatibility between
Sensor Heads and Amplifier Units
The Amplifier Unit can be used as is when
replacing damaged Sensor Heads or changing
the Sensor Head for different detection distances.
Calculation Settings without Digital Panel Data
Sensor Head Cords Extendable to 10 m
The distance between the Amplifier Units the
Sensor Heads can be extended to 3 m, 6 m,
or 10 m using a [email protected] Cable (sold
separately).
Extendable
Fixed at 2 m
Patent Pending
The calculation results from two Sensors can be
displayed on the Amplifier for one Sensor simply by
placing a Calculating Unit between the Amplifier Units.
The required parameters need to be input only into
one Amplifier Unit.
ZX-EDA
18
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Ordering Information
■ Sensors
Sensor Heads
Shape
Cylindrical
Dimensions
Sensing distance
3 dia. x 18 mm
Screw-shaped
Flat
Resolution *1
1 µm
0.5 mm
Model
ZX-EDR5T
5.4 dia. x 18 mm
1 mm
ZX-ED01T *2
8 dia. x 22 mm
2 mm
ZX-ED02T *2
M18 x 46.3 mm
7 mm
ZX-EM07MT *2
30 x 14 x 4.8 mm
4 mm
ZX-EV04T *2 *3
2 mm
ZX-EM02HT *4
M10 x 22 mm
ZX-EM02T *2
Heat-resistant, cylindrical
M12 x 22 mm
*1. For an average count of 4096.
*2. Models with Protective Spiral Tubes are also available. Add a suffix of “-S” to the above model numbers when ordering.
(Example: ZX-ED01-S)
*3. Be sure to use [email protected] Amplifier Unit version 1,200 or later with the ZX-EV04T.
*4. Be sure to use [email protected] Amplifier Unit version 1,300 or later with the ZX-EM02HT.
Amplifier Units
Appearance
Power supply
DC
Note:
Output type
ZX-EDA11
PNP
ZX-EDA41
Compatible connection with the Sensor Head.
Accessories (Order Separately)
Amplifier Mounting Brackets
Appearance
Model
Remarks
ZX-XBE1
Attached to
each Sensor
Head
ZX-XBE2
For DIN track
mounting
ZX-CAL2 Calculating Unit
Refer to pages 12 and 14 for details.
ZX-SF11 ZX-series Communications
Interface Unit
Refer to pages 12 and 14 for details.
[email protected] Cable with Connectors on Both
Ends (for Extension)
Refer to page 12 for details.
ZX-SW11V3 Smart Monitor Sensor Setup
Tool for Personal Computer Connection
Refer to page 12 for details.
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Model
NPN
ZX Series (ZX-E) Smart Sensors (Inductive Displacement Type)
Specifications
■ Sensor Heads
Model
ZX-EDR5T
ZX-ED01T
0 to 1 mm
ZX-ED02T/
EM02T
0 to 4 mm
ZX-EM02HT
0 to 0.5 mm
Sensing object
Magnetic metals (Measurement ranges and linearities are different for non-magnetic metals.)
18 × 18 × 3 mm
0 to 7 mm
ZX-EV04T
Measurement range
Standard reference object
0 to 2 mm
ZX-EM07MT
30 × 30 × 3 mm 60 × 60 × 3 mm
0 to 2 mm
45 × 45 × 3 mm
Material: ferrous (S50C)
1 µm
Resolution *1
Linearity *2
±0.5% F.S.
Linear output range
Same as measurement range.
±1.0% F.S. *5
Temperature characteristic *3
(including Amplifier Unit)
Ambient temper- Operating *4
ature
Storage *4
0.15% F.S./°C
0.07% F.S./°C
0.1% F.S./°C
0 to 50°C (with no −10 to 60°C (with no icing or condensation)
icing or conden- −20 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
sation)
−10 to 200°C
−20 to 200°C
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Insulation resistance
50 MΩ min. (at 500 DC)
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between charged parts and case
Vibration resistance (destruction)
10 to 55 Hz with 1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 h each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance (destruction)
500 m/s2, 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions
Degree of protection (Sensor Head)
IEC60529, IP65
Connection method
Connector relay (standard cable length: 2 m)
Weight (packed state)
Materials
Sensor Case
Head
Sensing
surface
Preamplifier
Accessories
IEC60529, IP67
Approx. 120 g
Approx. 140 g
Brass
Stainless steel
IEC60529,
IP60 *6
Approx. 160 g
Brass
Heat-resistant ABS
Approx. 130 g
Approx. 160 g
Zinc (nickelplated)
Brass
PEEK
PES
Amplifier Mounting Brackets (ZX-XBE1), Instruction Manual
*1. Resolution: The resolution is the deviation (±3 s) in the linear output when connected to the ZX-EDA Amplifier Unit. The above values indicate
the deviations observed 30 minutes after the power is turned ON.
(The resolution is measured with OMRON's standard reference object at 1/2 of the measurement range with the ZX-EDA set for the maximum
average count of 4096.)
The resolution is given at the repeat accuracy for a stationary workpiece, and is not an indication of the distance accuracy. The resolution may
be adversely affected under strong electromagnetic fields.
*2. Linearity: The linearity is given as the error in an ideal straight line displacement output when measuring the standard reference object. The
linearity and measurement values vary with the object being measured.
*3. Temperature characteristic: The temperature characteristic is measured with OMRON's standard reference object at 1/2 of the measurement
range.
*4. The ambient temperature given is only for the sensor head. It is −10 to 60°C for the preamp.
*5. The value given is for an ambient temperature of 25°C.
*6. Do not use in moist environments because the case is not waterproof.
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■ Amplifier Units
Model
Measurement period
ZX-EDA11
ZX-EDA41
150 µs
Possible average count settings *1 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1,024, 2,048, or 4,096
Linear output *2
Current output: 4 to 20 mA/F.S., Max. load resistance: 300 Ω
Voltage output: ±4 V (± 5 V, 1 to 5 V *3), Output impedance: 100 Ω
Judgement outputs
(3 outputs: HIGH/PASS/LOW)
NPN open-collector outputs, 30 VDC, 50 mA max.
Residual voltage: 1.2 V max.
Zero reset input, timing input, reset ON: Short-circuited with 0-V terminal or 1.5 V or
input, judgement output hold input
less
OFF: Open (leakage current: 0.1 mA max.)
PNP open-collector outputs, 30 VDC, 50 mA max.
Residual voltage: 2 V max.
ON:
Supply voltage short-circuited or supply voltage within 1.5 V
OFF: Open (leakage current: 0.1 mA max.)
Function
- Measurement value display
- Present value/set value/output value/resolution display
- Linearity adjustment (materials selection)
- Scaling
- Display reverse
- Display OFF mode
- ECO mode
- Number of display digit changes - Sample hold
- Peak hold
- Bottom hold, peak-to-peak hold - Self-peak hold
- Self-bottom hold
- Average hold
- Delay hold
- Zero reset
- Initial reset
- Linearity initialization
- ON-delay timer
- OFF-delay timer
- One-shot timer
- Previous value comparison
- Non-measurement setting
- Direct threshold value setting - Position teaching
- Automatic teaching
- Hysteresis width setting
- Timing inputs
- Reset input
- Judgement output hold input - Monitor focus
- Linear output correction
- (A-B) calculations *4
- (A+B) calculations *4
- K-(A+B) calculation *4
- Mutual interference prevention *4
- Sensor disconnection detection - Zero reset memory
- Zero reset indicator
- Key lock
Indications
Judgement indicators: High (orange), pass (green), low (yellow), 7-segment main digital display (red),
7-segment sub-digital display (yellow), power ON (green), zero reset (green), enable (green)
Voltage influence
(including Sensor)
0.5% F.S. of linear output value at ±20% of power supply voltage
Power supply voltage
12 to 24 VDC ±10%, Ripple (p-p): 10% max.
Current consumption
140 mA max. with power supply voltage of 24 VDC (with Sensor connected)
Ambient temperature
Operating and storage: 0 to 50°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. (at 500 DC)
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Vibration resistance (destruction)
10 to 150 Hz with 0.7-mm double amplitude for 80 min each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance (destruction)
300 m/s2, 3 times each in 6 directions (up, down, left, right, forward, backward)
Connection method
Prewired (standard cable length: 2 m)
Weight (packed state)
Approx. 350 g
Materials
Case: PBT (polybutylene terephthalate), Cover: Polycarbonate
Accessories
Instruction Manual
*1. The response speed of the linear output is calculated as the measurement period × (average count setting + 1).
The response speed of the judgement outputs is calculated as the measurement period × (average count setting + 1).
*2. The output can be switched between a current output and voltage output using a switch on the bottom of the Amplifier Unit.
*3. A Calculating Unit (ZX-CAL2) is required. Setting is possible via the monitor focus function.
*4. A Calculating Unit (ZX-CAL2) is required.
Note:
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For operating details, refer to the operation manual (Cat. No. Z166).
ZX Series (ZX-E) Smart Sensors (Inductive Displacement Type)
Dimensions
Sensors
Sensor Heads
ZX-EDR5T
Dimensions with Mounting Bracket Attached
Vinyl-insulated coaxial round cable
1.7 dia., 1 conductor, standard length: 2 m
13
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.1 dia., 9 conductors, standard length: 200 mm
(46)
18
(15 dia.)
3 dia.
(15.5)
15 dia.
72
Connector
(22.5)
15.1
15
15.6
7.8
27
58.2
Mounting Hole Cutout Dimensions
Two, M3 holes
27±0.1
Dimensions with Mounting Bracket Attached
ZX-ED01T
18
Vinyl-insulated coaxial round cable
2.5 dia., 1 conductor, standard length: 2 m
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.1 dia., 9 conductors, standard length: 200 mm
(46)
13
(15 dia.)
(15.5)
5.4 dia.
15 dia.
72
Connectors
(22.5)
15
15.1
15.6
7.8
27
58.2
Mounting Hole Cutout Dimensions
Two, M3 holes
27±0.1
ZX-ED02T
Dimensions with Mounting Bracket Attached
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Vinyl-insulated coaxial round cable
2.5 dia., 1 conductor, standard length: 2 m
13
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.1 dia., 9 conductors, standard length: 200 mm
(46)
(15 dia.)
(15.5)
8 dia.
15 dia.
72
Connector
(22.5)
15.1
15
7.8
15.6
27
58.2
Mounting Hole Cutout Dimensions
Two, M3 holes
27±0.1
ZX Series (ZX-E) Smart Sensors (Inductive Displacement Type)
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ZX-EM02T
Dimensions with Mounting Bracket Attached
18 dia.
22
(5.4)
16
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.1 dia., 9 conductors, standard length: 200 mm
(46)
13
Vinyl-insulated coaxial round cable
2.5 dia., 1 conductor, standard length: 2 m
(15 dia.)
8 dia.
M10 × 1
2 tightening
15 dia.
nuts
2 toothed
washers
4
(15.5)
Connector
72
(22.5)
15.1
15
15.6
7.8
27
58.2
Mounting Hole Cutout Dimensions
Two, M3 holes
27±0.1
Dimensions with Mounting Bracket Attached
ZX-EM07MT
46.3
29 dia.
24
10
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.1 dia., 9 conductors, standard length: 200 mm
Vinyl-insulated coaxial round cable
2.5 dia., 1 conductor, standard length: 2 m
(11.3)
25
13
9.8 dia.
(46)
(15 dia.)
15.7 dia.
(15.5)
M18 × 1
2 tightening nuts
2 toothed washers
4
Connector
15 dia.
72
(22.5)
15.1
15
15.6
7.8
27
58.2
Mounting Hole Cutout Dimensions
Two, M3 holes
27±0.1
Dimensions with Mounting Bracket Attached
ZX-EV04T
Vinyl-insulated coaxial round cable
2.5 dia., 1 conductor, standard length: 2 m
Sensing surface
13
14
7
7
(15.5)
10
Distance: 3 mm
Hole size: Two, 3.3 dia.
10
30
(22.5)
72
15 dia.
(46)
(15 dia.)
4.8
15
15.1
1.5
7.8
15.6
27
58.2
Mounting Hole Cutout Dimensions
Two, M3 holes
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.1 dia., 9 conductors,
standard length: 200 mm
Mounting Hole Cutout Dimensions
Two, M3 holes
27±0.1
10±0.1
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ZX Series (ZX-E) Smart Sensors (Inductive Displacement Type)
Connector
Dimensions with Mounting Bracket Attached
ZX-EM02HT
21 dia.
17
Fluororesin-insulated coaxial round cable
2.5 dia., single conductor
standard length: 2 m
22
13
10.5 dia.
4
(15.5)
M12 × 1
Two fastening nuts
15 dia.
Toothed washer
72
(46)
(22.5)
15
15.1
7.8
15.6
Connector
27
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.1 dia., 9 conductors,
standard length: 200 mm
58.2
Mounting Hole Cutout Dimensions
Two, M3 holes
27±0.1
Amplifier Units
ZX-EDA11
ZX-EDA41
133
4.2
3
44
30
4.2
64.3
31.5
15.5 dia.
13.2
15.8
13
36.8
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.2 dia., 10 conductors
(conductor cross-section: 0.09 mm2,
insulator diameter: 0.7 mm),
standard length: 2 m
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.1 dia., standard: 100 mm
11.7
11.7
2.2
29
Current/voltage switch
(Factory-set to voltage output.)
Voltage output
ZX Series (ZX-E) Smart Sensors (Inductive Displacement Type)
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Accessories (Sold Separately)
Preamplifier Mounting Brackets
ZX-XBE1
ZX-XBE2
15.5
27±0.1
15.5
27±0.1
M3 × 8 pan-head screw (with M3 spring washer)
63.3
52
63.3
52
15.5
20
15.5
20
9.8
9.8
21.9
21.9
6.2
10 31.9
Material: Stainless steel (SUS304)
Mounting Hole Cutout Dimensions
Two, M3 holes
27±0.1
ZX-CAL2 Calculating Unit
Refer to page 17 for details.
ZX-SF11 ZX-series Communications
Interface Unit
9.4
10
1.8
11.4
35.3
58
Material: Stainless steel (SUS304)
ZX-XC1A (1 m), ZX-XC4A (4 m), ZX-XC8A
(8 m) Cables with Connectors on Both Ends
(for Extension)
Refer to page 17 for details.
Refer to page 17 for details.
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ZX Series (ZX-E) Smart Sensors (Inductive Displacement Type)
ZX Series (ZX-E) Smart Sensors (Inductive Displacement Type)
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ZX
ZX-TDA
High-precision Contact Sensors
Highest Level of Detection Performance in the Industry
Thinnest Level of Sensor Head in the Industry
With some of the thinnest Sensor Heads in the industry at just 6 mm in diameter, these Sensors
are ideal for use in confined spaces and for multiple-point measurements.
4-mm measurement
Standard Sensors
4-mm measurement
6-mm dia.
Highest Level of Resolution
in the Industry
The long-stroke [email protected] (4-mm
measurement distance) achieves precise
measurements with a maximum linearity of 0.3%
FS and a resolution of 0.1 µm that ranks in the
top class in the industry.
1
0.5
0
−0.5
−1
Our other
products:
Linearity of
0.5% FS
−1.5
−1 −0.5 0
0.5
1
1.5
2ch -1ch
3ch -1ch
Data obtained from one Sensor
can be added and subtracted from
the data for up to 7 other Sensors.
4ch -1ch
Simultaneous
H and L output
The Amplifier Unit can be used as is when replacing damaged Sensor Heads or
changing the Sensor Head for a different measurement distance.
Built for Longer Life
Measurement
distance
×101%
Warm-up Display
2.0
Measured value
Complete Compatibility between Sensor Heads
and Amplifier Units
1ch
Connect up to 8 Sensor Heads.
In non-measurement situations, this function detects
whether the Sensor is in danger of being damaged by
overpressing and outputs an alarm signal. A sequence
can be added with devices such as PLCs to provide
measures to avoid damage, such as stopping
measurements when this occurs.
[email protected]@:
Linearity of
0.3% FS
−2
−2 −1.5
The unique linear ball bearing structure ensures
longer life. It has sliding parts that move
smoothly and a rubber boot that keeps dust out.
Short and Standard Sensors
feature IP67 environmental
resistance.
4ch
3ch
Early Warning Detection Function
2.0
1.5
2ch
1ch
Analog
characteristics
1-mm measurement
Low Measurement
Sensors
Displayed value
Short Sensors
Multiple-point
Computing Function
After the power is turned ON, the warm-up display indicates
when the Sensor is ready to start measuring at optimum
conditions (i.e. at the specified resolution).
Auto-scaling Function
The measurement distance can be
displayed on the Amplifier simply by
connecting the Sensor Head. The
distance between the Amplifier Units and
Sensor Heads can be extended to 3 m, 6
m, or 10 m using a [email protected] Cable
(sold separately).
Extendable
Fixed at 2 m
Origin Alignment No Longer Required
Linear ball bearings
Rubber boot
The differential transformer system eliminates the
need for master adjustment and origin alignment
every time the system is started. It also eliminates
the time-consuming step of returning to the origin
when power is interrupted.
ZX-TDA
28
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ZX
ZX-TDA
High-precision Contact Sensors
Highest Level of Detection Performance in the Industry
Thinnest Level of Sensor Head in the Industry
With some of the thinnest Sensor Heads in the industry at just 6 mm in diameter, these Sensors
are ideal for use in confined spaces and for multiple-point measurements.
4-mm measurement
Standard Sensors
4-mm measurement
6-mm dia.
Highest Level of Resolution
in the Industry
The long-stroke [email protected] (4-mm
measurement distance) achieves precise
measurements with a maximum linearity of 0.3%
FS and a resolution of 0.1 µm that ranks in the
top class in the industry.
1
0.5
0
−0.5
−1
Our other
products:
Linearity of
0.5% FS
−1.5
−1 −0.5 0
0.5
1
1.5
2ch -1ch
3ch -1ch
Data obtained from one Sensor
can be added and subtracted from
the data for up to 7 other Sensors.
4ch -1ch
Simultaneous
H and L output
The Amplifier Unit can be used as is when replacing damaged Sensor Heads or
changing the Sensor Head for a different measurement distance.
Built for Longer Life
Measurement
distance
×101%
Warm-up Display
2.0
Measured value
Complete Compatibility between Sensor Heads
and Amplifier Units
1ch
Connect up to 8 Sensor Heads.
In non-measurement situations, this function detects
whether the Sensor is in danger of being damaged by
overpressing and outputs an alarm signal. A sequence
can be added with devices such as PLCs to provide
measures to avoid damage, such as stopping
measurements when this occurs.
[email protected]@:
Linearity of
0.3% FS
−2
−2 −1.5
The unique linear ball bearing structure ensures
longer life. It has sliding parts that move
smoothly and a rubber boot that keeps dust out.
Short and Standard Sensors
feature IP67 environmental
resistance.
4ch
3ch
Early Warning Detection Function
2.0
1.5
2ch
1ch
Analog
characteristics
1-mm measurement
Low Measurement
Sensors
Displayed value
Short Sensors
Multiple-point
Computing Function
After the power is turned ON, the warm-up display indicates
when the Sensor is ready to start measuring at optimum
conditions (i.e. at the specified resolution).
Auto-scaling Function
The measurement distance can be
displayed on the Amplifier simply by
connecting the Sensor Head. The
distance between the Amplifier Units and
Sensor Heads can be extended to 3 m, 6
m, or 10 m using a [email protected] Cable
(sold separately).
Extendable
Fixed at 2 m
Origin Alignment No Longer Required
Linear ball bearings
Rubber boot
The differential transformer system eliminates the
need for master adjustment and origin alignment
every time the system is started. It also eliminates
the time-consuming step of returning to the origin
when power is interrupted.
ZX-TDA
28
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Ordering Information
■ Sensors
Sensor Heads
Size
Type
Sensing distance
6 dia.
Short type
6 dia.
Standard type
6 dia.
Low measurement type
Resolution (See note.)
Model
0.1 µm
ZX-TDS01T
4 mm
0.1 µm
ZX-TDS04T
4 mm
0.1 µm
ZX-TDS04T-L
1 mm
Note: The resolution refers to the minimum value that can be read when a [email protected] Amplifier Unit is connected.
■ Amplifier Units
Appearance
Power supply
DC
Output type
ZX-TDA11
PNP
ZX-TDA41
■ Accessories (Order Separately)
Preamplifier Mounting Brackets
Appearance
Model
Remarks
ZX-XBT1
Attached to each
Sensor Head
ZX-XBT2
For DIN track mounting
ZX-CAL2 Calculating Unit
Refer to pages 12 and 14 for details.
ZX-SF11 ZX-series Communications
Interface Unit
Refer to pages 12 and 14 for details.
[email protected] Cable with Connectors on Both
Ends (for Extension)
Refer to page 12 for details.
ZX-SW11V3 Smart Monitor Sensor Setup
Tool for Personal Computer Connection
Refer to page 12 for details.
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Model
NPN
ZX Series (ZX-T) Smart Sensors (High-precision Contact Type)
Specifications
■ Sensor Heads
Item
ZX-TDS01T
ZX-TDS04T
Measurement range
1 mm
4 mm
Maximum actuator travel distance
Approx. 1.5 mm
Approx. 5 mm
Resolution *1
0.1 µm
Linearity *2
0.3% F.S.
Operating force *3
Approx. 0.7 N
Approx. 0.25 N
Degree of protection (Sensor Head) IEC60529, IP67
IEC60529, IP54
Mechanical durability
10,000,000 operations min.
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0°C to 50°C (with no icing or condensation)
Storage:
−15°C to 60°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
Temperature
characteristic *4
ZX-TDS04T-L
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no icing or condensation)
Sensor Head
0.03% F.S./°C
Preamplifier
0.01% F.S./°C
0.01% F.S./°C
Vibration resistance
(destruction)
10 to 55 Hz with 0.35-mm single amplitude in the X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance
(destruction)
150 m/s2, 3 times each in the X, Y, and Z directions
Connection method
Connector relay (standard cable length: 2 m)
Isolation
Isolated (Sensor Head enclosure and I/O lines)
Weight (packed state)
Approx. 100 g
Materials
Sensor Head
Stainless steel
Rubber boot
Fluorocarbon rubber
Preamplifier
Polycarbonate
Accessories
Silicon rubber
Instruction manual, Preamplifier Mounting Brackets (ZX-XBT1)
*1. The resolution is given as the minimum value that can be read when a [email protected] Amplifier Unit is connected. This value is taken 15 minutes
after turning ON the power with the average number of operations set to 256.
*2. The linearity is given as the error in an ideal straight line displacement output.
*3. These figures are representative values that apply for the measurement mid-point, and are for when the provided actuator is used, with the
actuator moving downwards. If the actuator moves horizontally or upwards, the operating force will be reduced. Also, if an actuator other than
the standard one is used, the operating force will vary with the weight of the actuator itself.
*4. These figures are representative values that apply for the mid-point of the measurement range.
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■ Amplifier Units
Item
ZX-TDA11
ZX-TDA41
Measurement period
1 ms
Possible average count settings *1
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, or 1,024
Linear output *2
Current output: 4 to 20 mA/F.S., Max. load resistance: 300 Ω
Voltage output: ±4 V (±5 V, 1 to 5 V), Output impedance: 100 Ω
Judgement outputs
(3 outputs: HIGH/PASS/LOW)
NPN open-collector outputs, 30 VDC, 30 mA max.
Residual voltage: 1.2 V max.
PNP open-collector outputs, 30 VDC, 30 mA max.
Residual voltage: 2 V max.
Zero reset input, timing input, reset in- ON: Short-circuited with 0-V terminal or 1.5 V or less
put, judgement output hold input
OFF: Open (leakage current: 0.1 mA max.)
ON: Supply voltage short-circuited or supply voltage of 1.5 V or less
OFF: Open (leakage current: 0.1 mA max.)
Function
- Measurement value display
- Display reverse
- Sample hold
- Self-peak hold
- Initial reset
- Hysteresis width setting
- Judgement output hold input
- (A+B) calculations *4
- Zero reset memory
- Clamp value setting
- Span adjustment
- Present value/set value/output value display
- ECO mode
- Number of display digit changes
- Peak hold
- Bottom hold, peak-to-peak hold
- Self-bottom hold
- Zero reset
- Direct threshold value setting
- Position teaching
- Timing inputs
- Reset input
- Monitor focus
- (A-B) calculations *4
- Sensor disconnection detection
- Function lock
- Non-measurement setting
- Scale inversion
- Zero reset indicator
- Warming-up display
- Pressing force alarm
Indicators
Judgement indicators: High (orange), pass (green), low (yellow), 7-segment main digital display (red), 7-segment sub-digital display (yellow), power
ON (green), zero reset (green), enable (green)
Power supply voltage
12 to 24 VDC ±10%, Ripple (p-p): 10% max.
Current consumption
140 mA max. (with Sensor connected), For 24-VDC power supply: 140 mA max. (with Sensor connected)
Ambient temperature
Operating and storage: 0 to 50°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no icing or condensation)
Temperature characteristic
0.03% F.S./°C
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. at 500 VDC
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Vibration resistance (destruction)
10 to 150 Hz with 0.7-mm double amplitude for 80 min each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance (destruction)
300 m/s2, 3 times each in six directions (up, down, left, right, forward, backward)
Connection method
Prewired (standard cable length: 2 m)
Weight (packed state)
Approx. 350 g
Materials
Case: PBT (polybutylene terephthalate), Cover: Polycarbonate
Accessories
Instruction sheet
*1. The response speed of the linear output is calculated as the measurement period × (average count setting + 1).
The response speed of the judgement outputs is calculated as the measurement period × (average count setting + 1).
*2. The output can be switched between a current output and voltage output using a switch on the bottom of the Amplifier Unit.
*3. Setting is possible via the monitor focus function.
*4. A Calculating Unit (ZX-CAL2) is required.
Note: For operating details, refer to the operation manual (Cat. No. E346) provided by OMRON.
Options (Actuators)
Model
Type (material)
Screw section
Appearance
Application
Applicable Sensor *
[email protected]
D5SN-
TB1
Ball type (steel)
Female screw
M2.5 x 0.45
Measuring ordinary flat surfaces (standard actuator supplied with the
ZX-TDS Series)
TB2
Ball type (carbide steel)
Female screw
M2.5 x 0.45
Measurements where abrasion resistance is critical
Measured objects: Carbide (HR90) or lower.
TB3
Ball type (ruby)
Female screw
M2.5 x 0.45
Measurements where abrasion resistance is critical
Measured objects: Carbide (HR90) or higher.
TN1
Needle type (carbide steel)
Male screw
M2.5 x 0.45
Measuring the bottom of grooves and holes
TF1
Flat (carbide steel)
Male screw
M2.5 x 0.45
Measuring spherical objects
TA
Conversion Adapter (stainless
steel)
Through-hole female screw
M2.5 x 0.45
Mounting D5SN-TN1/-TF1 or commercially available actuators on
ZX-TDS-series Sensors
Note: For optional Actuator combinations, the circle means the Actuator is replaceable and the triangle means that a Conversion Adapter is required.
■ Dimensions
D5SN-TB1/TB2/TB3
D5SN-TN1
D5SN-TF1
D5SN-TA
5
10
SR1.5
Crisscross pattern m0.2
3.5
M2.5 3.5 dia.
3
C0.3
Carbide steel
5 dia.
M2.5±0.45
5.2 dia. 4.3 dia.
Carbide steel
12
M2.5 × 0.45
4.5 dia.
32
Grooves m0.2
5
3.3
5
5 dia.
1 dia.
5.5
6.5±0.2
7
2-C0.2
(10)
(15)
ZX Series (ZX-T) Smart Sensors (High-precision Contact Type)
M2.55 (Through hole)
Dimensions
Sensors
ZX-TDS01T
6
Vinyl-insulated round cable
3.7 dia., standard length: 2 m
0
0.1
dia.
16
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.2 dia., standard length: 200 mm
4.5 dia.
15 dia.
Measurement
range*
SR1.5
Connector
46
88
41.6
44.6
5.95
97±1
* Measurement range: 11.2 to 12.2 (TYP)
57.1±1
97±±1
97
20
Mounting Hole Cutout Dimensions
Two, M3
27
84.8
27±0.1
ZX-TDS04T
ZX-TDS04T-L
Vinyl-insulated round cable
3.7 dia., standard length: 2 m
0
6 −0.1dia.
4.5 dia.
16
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.2 dia., standard length: 200 mm
15 dia.
Measurement
range*
SR1.5
Connector
46
88
97±1
63.4
66.4
13.1
86 ±1.5
15 dia.
* Measurement range: 14.9 to 18.9 (TYP)
97±1
20
Mounting Hole Cutout Dimensions
Two, M3
27
84.8
84.8
27±0.1
Amplifier Units
ZX-TDA11
ZX-TDA41
133
44
30
4.2
3
64.3
4.2
31.5
15.5 dia.
13.2
15.8
13
36.8
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.2 dia., 10 conductors, (conductor cross-section:
0.09 mm2, insulator diameter: 0.7-mm dia.), standard
length: 2 m
Vinyl-insulated round cable
5.1 dia., standard length: 100 mm
11.7
11.7
2.2
29
Current/voltage switch
(Factory-set to voltage output)
Voltage output
ZX Series (ZX-T) Smart Sensors (High-precision Contact Type)
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■ Accessories (Order Separately)
Preamplifier Mounting Bracket (Supplied with Each Sensor)
ZX-XBT1
ZX-XBT2 (For DIN Track Mounting)
Four, 1.6R
4.8
3.2
M3 x 8 pan-head screw (with M3 spring washer)
27
(91.1)
(16.4)
75
29
(16.4)
(28.1)
11.8
(38)
10
(28.1)
6.2
(91.1)
Material: Stainless steel
1.8
1.8
Mounting Hole Cutout Dimensions
Two, M3
27±0.1
35.3
58
84.8
Material: Stainless steel
ZXCAL2 Calculating Unit
Refer to page 17 for details.
ZX-SF11 ZX-series Communications
Interface Unit
Refer to page 17 for details.
ZX-XC1A (1 m), ZX-XC4A (4 m), ZX-XC8A
(8 m) Cables with Connectors on Both Ends
(for Extension)
Refer to page 17 for details.
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ZX Series (ZX-T) Smart Sensors (High-precision Contact Type)
10
9.4
11.4
Precautions
■ Design Precautions
Wiring
Conform to the specified ratings and performance. Refer to the Specifications for each product on the following pages.
Do not use the product at voltages exceeding the rated values. Doing
so may result in damage.
ZX-L: Pages 13 and 14
Do not connect the product to an AC power supply or connect the
power supply in reverse.
ZX-E: Pages 21 and 22
ZX-T: Pages 31 and 32
Environment
Do not operate the product in locations subject to flammable or explosive gases.
In order to ensure safe operation and maintenance, do not install the
product in the vicinity of high-voltage devices or power equipment.
Do not short loads connected to open-collector outputs.
Do not lay the cable for the product together with or in the same duet
as high-voltage lines or power lines. Doing so may result in incorrect
operation or damage due to induction.
Other Precautions
Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify the product.
Dispose of the product using standard procedures for industrial
waste.
Do not connect combinations of [email protected]@-, [email protected]@-, and [email protected]@series Smart Sensors.
■ Correct Use
This product consists of precision parts that may fail if it is dropped.
Power Supply
Design Precautions
When using a commercially available switching regulator, ground the
FG (frame ground) terminal.
Compatibility
Sensors and Amplifier Units are mutually compatible. Sensors can be
added or replaced individually.
If the power supply line is subject to surges, connect a surge absorber
that meets the conditions of the operating environment.
Calculating Unit
Influence of High-frequency
Electromagnetic Fields
When using a Calculating Unit, connect the linear output ground of
the corresponding Amplifier Unit.
Using the product in the vicinity of devices that generate high-frequency electromagnetic fields, such as ultrasonic cleaning equipment, high-frequency generators, transceivers, mobile phones, and
inverters, may result in malfunction.
Connectors
Wiring
Wiring Check
After wiring is completed, before turning ON the power, confirm that
the power supply is connected correctly, that there are no faulty connections, such as load short-circuits, and that the load current is correct. Incorrect wiring may result in failure.
Cable Extension
Do not extend the cable for the Sensor and the Amplifier Unit to a
length exceeding 10 m. Use a [email protected] Extension Cable (sold separately) to extend the Sensor’s cable. Extend the Amplifier Unit’s cable using a shielded cable of the same type.
Do not connect or disconnect connectors while the power is ON.
Be sure hold to connectors by the cover when connecting or disconnecting.
Installation Location
Do not install the product in the following locations.
• Locations subject to temperatures outside the specified range
• Locations subject to condensation due to sudden temperature
changes
• Locations subject to humidity levels outside range 35% to 85%
• Locations subject to corrosive or flammable gases
• Locations subject to dust, salts, or metallic powder.
• Locations directly subject to vibrations and shocks
• Locations subject to splashes of water, oil, or chemicals
• Locations subject to strong electromagnetic or electrical fields
Maintenance and Inspection
• Be sure to turn OFF the power supply before adjusting or removing
the Sensor Head.
• Cleaning:
Do not use thinners, benzine, acetone, or kerosene for cleaning.
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This document provides information mainly for selecting suitable models. Please read the User's Manual carefully for information that the user must understand and accept before
purchase, including information on warranty, limitations of liability, and precautions.
The application examples provided in this catalog are for reference only. Check functions and safety of the equipment before use.
Never use the products for any application requiring special safety requirements, such as nuclear energy control systems, railroad systems, aviation systems, medical equipment,
amusement machines, vehicles, safety equipment, or other application involving serious risk to life or property, without ensuring that the system as a whole has been designed to address
the risks, and that the OMRON products are properly rated and installed for the intended use within the overall equipment or system.
OMRON Corporation
Industrial Automation Company
Sensing Devices Division H.Q.
Application Sensors Division
Shiokoji Horikawa, Shimogyo-ku,
Kyoto, 600-8530 Japan
Tel: (81)75-344-7068/Fax: (81)75-344-7107
Regional Headquarters
OMRON EUROPE B.V.
Sensor Business Unit,
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Germany
Tel: (49)7032-811-0/Fax: (49)7032-811-199
OMRON ELECTRONICS LLC
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IL 60173 U.S.A.
Tel: (1)847-843-7900/Fax: (1)847-843-8568
OMRON ASIA PACIFIC PTE. LTD.
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#11-01, UE Square,
239920 Singapore
Tel: (65)6835-3011/Fax: (65)6835-2711
OMRON (CHINA) CO., LTD.
Room 2211, Bank of China Tower,
200 Yin Cheng Road (M),
Shanghai, 200120 China
Tel: (86)21-5037-2222/Fax: (86)21-5037-2200
Read and Understand This Catalog
Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any questions or
comments.
Warranty and Limitations of Liability
WARRANTY
OMRON's exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year (or other period if
specified) from date of sale by OMRON.
OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, OR
FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCTS. ANY BUYER OR USER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE BUYER OR USER ALONE HAS
DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THEIR INTENDED USE. OMRON DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
OMRON SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS, OR COMMERCIAL
LOSS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR
STRICT LIABILITY.
In no event shall responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the product on which liability is asserted.
IN NO EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR OTHER CLAIMS REGARDING THE PRODUCTS UNLESS
OMRON'S ANALYSIS CONFIRMS THAT THE PRODUCTS WERE PROPERLY HANDLED, STORED, INSTALLED, AND MAINTAINED AND NOT
SUBJECT TO CONTAMINATION, ABUSE, MISUSE, OR INAPPROPRIATE MODIFICATION OR REPAIR.
Application Considerations
SUITABILITY FOR USE
OMRON shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes, or regulations that apply to the combination of products in the customer's
application or use of the product.
At the customer's request, OMRON will provide applicable third party certification documents identifying ratings and limitations of use that apply to the
products. This information by itself is not sufficient for a complete determination of the suitability of the products in combination with the end product,
machine, system, or other application or use.
The following are some examples of applications for which particular attention must be given. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all possible
uses of the products, nor is it intended to imply that the uses listed may be suitable for the products:
• Outdoor use, uses involving potential chemical contamination or electrical interference, or conditions or uses not described in this catalog.
• Nuclear energy control systems, combustion systems, railroad systems, aviation systems, medical equipment, amusement machines, vehicles, safety
equipment, and installations subject to separate industry or government regulations.
• Systems, machines, and equipment that could present a risk to life or property.
Please know and observe all prohibitions of use applicable to the products.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCTS FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE OR PROPERTY WITHOUT ENSURING THAT THE
SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE OMRON PRODUCT IS PROPERLY RATED AND
INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM.
Disclaimers
CHANGE IN SPECIFICATIONS
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other reasons.
It is our practice to change model numbers when published ratings or features are changed, or when significant construction changes are made.
However, some specifications of the product may be changed without any notice. When in doubt, special model numbers may be assigned to fix
or establish key specifications for your application on your request. Please consult with your OMRON representative at any time to confirm actual
specifications of purchased product.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Dimensions and weights are nominal and are not to be used for manufacturing purposes, even when tolerances are shown.
ERRORS AND OMISSIONS
The information in this catalog has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no responsibility is assumed for clerical,
typographical, or proofreading errors, or omissions.
PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance data given in this catalog is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent
the result of OMRON’s test conditions, and the users must correlate it to actual application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the OMRON
Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
PROGRAMMABLE PRODUCTS
OMRON shall not be responsible for the user's programming of a programmable product, or any consequence thereof.
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This catalog is protected by copyright and is intended solely for use in conjunction with the product. Please notify us before copying or reproducing this
catalog in any manner, for any other purpose. If copying or transmitting this catalog to another, please copy or transmit it in its entirety.
2007. 3
OMRON Corporation
In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
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