Series MXH
Auto Switch Specifications
Auto Switches/Proper Mounting Position for Stroke End Detection
22
A
D-A9
D-F9
D-F9W
W
B
20
(22)
A
D-A9V
D-F9V
D-F9WV
W
Dimension inside ( ) is for model D-A9V.
B
Double acting type
(mm)
D-A9, D-A9V
D-F9W, D-F9
D-F9WV, D-F9V
Bore size
(mm)
A
W
B
A
W
B
A
6
12.5
3.5
2.0
16.5
7.5
–2.5
16.5
5.5
10
11.0
–2.0
–3.5
15.0
2.0
–7.5
15.0
0
–7.5
16
18.0
–2.0
–4.0
22.0
2.0
–8.0
22.0
0
– 8.0
20
26.0
–4.5
–6.5
30.0
–0.5
–10.5
30.0
–2.5
–10.5
W
B
–2.5
Note 1) Negative dimensions in the chart are for mountings which do not extend beyond the
cylinder body.
Note 2) In the case of 5mm and 10mm strokes, there may be times when a switch does not turn
OFF or when 2 switches turn ON at the same time, etc., due to the operating range.
When setting up switches, set them about 1 to 4mm beyond the values shown in the table
above.
12
Series
MXH
Auto Switch Mounting
Watchmakers screw driver
Set screw
Caution
Auto switch mounting tool
Auto switch
• When fastening the auto switch set screw (included with auto
switch), use a watchmakers screw driver with a handle 5 to
6mm in diameter.
Fastening torque
• Fasten with a torque of 0.10 to 0.20N·m.
Note) When used with side piping, it is not possible to mount a D-F9V type
auto switch on the side to which the piping is connected.
Auto switch groove positions
(mm)
B
4-ø4.2
Auto switch mounting groove
A
13
Bore size (mm)
A
B
6
10
16
20
10
14
19
26
6.9
8.8
13.7
17.1
Reed switches
D-A9 3 wire/2 wire
Auto Switch Specifications
Auto switch part no.
D-A90
D-A90V
D-A93
D-A93V
D-A96
D-A96V
Lateral
Vertical
Lateral
Vertical
Lateral
Vertical
Electrical entry direction
Wiring system
3 wire
2 wire
IC circuit, Relay,
PLC
Applicable load
AC
24V DC or less/50mA
Load voltage/
Load current range and
maximum load current
24VDC/5 to 40mA
AC
48V DC
or less/40mA
AC
100V DC
or less/20mA
None
1Ω or less (
Auto switch internal circuits
)
including 3m
lead wire length
Red LED lights up when ON
• Lead wires ............... Oil resistant vinyl cabtire cord, ø2.7, 0.5m
D-A90(V), D-A93(V) 0.18mm² x 2 wire (brown, blue [red, black])
D-A96(V)
0.15mm² x 3 wire (brown, black, blue [red, white, black])
• Insulation resistance ..... 50MΩ or more with a 500VDC megohmmeter
(between lead wire and case)
• Withstand voltage .......... 1000VAC for 1min. (between lead wire and case)
D-A90 (V)
Reed switch
Contact
protection
box
±
OUT ( )
Blue [Black]
Lead wire length 0.5m
Lead wire length 3m
D-A93(V)
Reed switch
D-A90
Model
CD-P11
LED
Brown [Red]
Contact
protection
box
Resistor
D-A93
D-A96
D-A96V
8
8
8
8
8
8
41
41
41
41
41
OUT (–)
Blue [Black]
D-A9 type switches do not have internal contact
protection circuits. Use a contact protection box
when operating an induction load, when the lead
wire length is 5m or more, and with 100VAC.
Contact protection box internal
circuits
Lead wire colors inside [ ] are old colors not conforming
to IEC standards.
CD-P11
D-A96(V)
DC (+)
Brown [Red]
LED
Reed switch
D-A93V
41
Contact Protection Boxes
CD-P11
CD-P12
Unit: g
D-A90V
OUT (+)
Brown [Red]
Zener diode
Blue [Black]
• Ambient temp. ............ –10 to 60°C
• Leakage current ........... 0
• Operating time ............. 1.2ms
• Impact resistance ........ 300m/s² {30.6G}
• Enclosure ....... IEC529 Standard IP67
(JISC0920) watertight type
• "L" appears at the end of the part number
when the lead wire length is 3m.
Example) D-A90L
Auto Switch Weight Table
OUT (±)
Brown [Red]
CD-P12
0.8V or less
2.7V or less
None
Indicator light
Lead wire colors inside [ ] are old colors not conforming
to IEC standards.
4 to 8VDC/20mA
100VAC/5 to 20mA
Contact protection circuit
Internal voltage drop
IC circuit
Relay, PLC
(+)
Load
OUT
Black [White]
Lead wire length
Surge absorber
Switch connection side 0.5m
Load connection side 0.5m
OUT Brown [Red]
Choke
coil
OUT Blue [Black]
Since D-A90(V) switches have no particular voltage
specification below 100VAC, select a contact
protection box based on the level of voltage to be
used.
(–)
DC (–)
Blue [Black]
Voltage
100VAC
24VDC
CD-P11
CD-P12
DC power
Resistor
Diode to
prevent
reverse
current
Part No.
Choke coil
OUT(+)
Brown [Red]
CD-P12
Zener diodes
OUT(–)
Blue [Black]
Auto Switch Dimensions
22
2
500 (3000)
2
2.8
D-A90V
M2.5 x 4l
Slotted-head set screw
22
2
ø4
6
Indicator light
9.1
4.5
4.5
4.5
10
Most sensitive position
M2.5 x 4l
Slotted-head set screw
ø2.7
ø4
ø4
D-A93V, D-A96V
ø2.7
500 (3000)
22
2.8
Indicator light
M2.5 x 4l
Slotted-head set screw
500 (3000)
ø2.7
D-A93, D-A96
M2.5 x 4l
Slotted-head set screw
10
Most sensitive position
5.1
D-A90
10
Most sensitive
position
22
2
500 (3000)
4
6
5.1
4.5
9.1
ø2.7
10
Most sensitive position
14
Solid State Switches
D-F9 3 wire/2 wire
Auto Switch Specifications
Auto switch part no.
Electrical entry direction
D-F9N
D-F9NV
D-F9P
D-F9PV
D-F9B
D-F9BV
Lateral
Vertical
Lateral
Vertical
Lateral
Vertical
2 wire
3 wire
Wiring system
PNP type
NPN type
Output system
–
IC circuit, 24VDC Relay, PLC
24VDC Relay, PLC
Power supply voltage
5⋅12⋅24VDC (4.5 to 28VDC)
–
Current consumption
10mA or less
Applicable load
Load voltage
Load current
–
24VDC (10 to 28VDC)
40mA or less
80mA or less
5 to 40mA
0.8V or less
4V or less
0.8 or less at
current )
1.5V or less ( a load
of 10mA
Internal voltage drop
–
28VDC or less
Leakage current
0.8mA or less at 24VDC
100µA or less at 24VDC
Indicator light
Red LED lights up when ON
• Lead wires ............. Oil resistant vinyl cabtire cord, ø2.7, 0.5m
D-F9N(V), D-F9P(V) 0.15mm² x 3 wire (brown, black, blue [red, white, black])
D-F9B(V)
0.18mm² x 2 wire (brown, blue [red, black])
• Insulation resistance ... 50MΩ or more with a 500VDC megohmmeter
(between lead wire and case)
• Withstand voltage ........1000VAC for 1min. (between lead wire and case)
• Indicator light ............... Lights up when ON
• Ambient temp. ............... –10 to 60°C
• Operating time ............ 1ms or less
• Impact resistance ....... 1000m/s² {102G}
• Enclosure ....... IEC529 Standard IP67
(JISC0920) watertight type
• "L" appears at the end of the part number
when the lead wire length is 3m.
Example) D-F9NL
Auto Switch Weight Table
D-F9N
Model
Lead wire length 0.5m
Lead wire length 3m
Unit: g
D-F9P
D-F9B
D-F9NV
D-F9PV
6.5
6.5
6
7
7
6
36.5
36.5
31
37
37
31
Auto switch internal circuits
D-F9N (V)
Auto Switch Dimensions
D-F9N, D-F9P, D-F9B
Mounting screw M2.5 x 4l
Slotted-head set screw
2.8
Indicator light
OUT
Black [White]
2
DC (–)
Blue (Black)
500 (3000)
22
2.5
Main switch
circuit
DC (+)
Brown [Red]
ø2.7
Lead wire colors inside [ ] are old colors not conforming
to IEC standards.
D-F9P (V)
4
Most sensitive position
6
Mounting screw M2.5 x 4l
Slotted-head set screw
D-F9NV, D-F9PV, D-F9BV
4.6
OUT
Black [White]
Indicator light
2.8
Main switch
circuit
DC (+)
Brown [Red]
DC(–)
Blue [Black]
D-F9B (V)
4.3
2.7
3.8
20
3.1
6.2
Main switch
circuit
OUT(–)
Blue [Black]
15
500 (3000)
2
OUT (+)
Brown [Red]
D-F9BV
4
6
Most sensitive position
2 Color Indicator Type Solid State Switches
D-F9W 3 wire/2 wire
Auto Switch Specifications
D-F9NW D-F9NWV D-F9PW D-F9PWV D-F9BW D-F9BWV
Auto switch part no.
Electrical entry direction
Lateral
Vertical
Lateral
3 wire
Wiring system
NPN type
Output system
–
Current consumption
10mA or less
–
28VDC or less
–
24VDC (10 to 28VDC)
40mA or less
80mA or less
5 to 40mA
0.8V or less
4V or less
0.8 or less at a
current of )
1.5V or less( load10mA
Leakage current
100µA or less at 24VDC
0.8mA or less at 24VDC
Operating position: Red LED lights up
Optimum operationg position: Green LED lights up
Indicator light
• Lead wires ............. Oil resistant vinyl cabtire cord, ø2.7, 0.5m
D-F9NW (V), D-F9PW (V) 0.15mm² x 3 wire (Brown, Black, Blue) [Red, White, Black]
D-F9BW(V)
0.18mm² x 2 wire (Brown, Blue) [Red, Black]
• Insulation resistance ..... 50MΩ or more with a 500VDC megohmmeter (between lead wire and case)
• Withstand voltage .......... 1000VAC for 1min. (between lead wire and case)
• Ambient temp. ................ –10 to 60°C • Operating time ...1ms or less • Impact resistance ...1000m/s² {102G}
• Enclosure ........................ IEC529 Standard IP67 (JISC0920) watertight type
• "L" appears at the end of the part number when the lead wire length is 3m. Example) D-F9NWL
Auto Switch Weight Table
Unit: g
D-F9NW D-F9NWV D-F9PW D-F9PWV D-F9BW D-F9BWV
Model
Lead wire length 0.5m
Main switch
circuit
–
24VDC Relay, PLC
Internal voltage drop
DC (+)
Brown [Red]
PNP type
5⋅12⋅24VDC (4.5 to 28VDC)
Load current
D-F9NW(V) 3 wire
Vertical
2 wire
Power supply voltage
Load voltage
Auto switch internal circuits
Lateral
IC circuit, 24VDC Relay, PLC
Applicable load
Lead wire colors inside [ ] are old colors not conforming
to IEC standards.
Vertical
6.5
Lead wire length 3m
7.0
36.5
6.5
37
7.0
36.5
37
5.7
31
6.0
31
OUT
Black [White]
Auto Switch Dimensions
D-F9NW, D-F9PW, D-F9BW
Mounting screw M2.5 x 4l
Slotted-head set screw
D-F9PW(V) 3 wire
Main switch
circuit
Indicator light
2.8
DC (+)
Brown [Red]
OUT
Black [White]
2
500 (3000)
2.5
22
DC (–)
Blue [Black]
ø2.7
DC (–)
Blue [Black]
D-F9BW(V) 2 wire
4
Main switch
circuit
OUT (+)
Brown [Red]
6
Most sensitive position
D-F9NWV, D-F9PWV, D-F9BWV
Mounting screw M2.5 x 4l
Slotted-head set screw
4.6
Indicator light
2.8
OUT (–)
Blue [Black]
Indicator light/Display method
2
Optimum
operating position
20
3.8
Indicator
Red Green Red
4.3
ø2.7
3.1
OFF
6.2
Operating
range
500 (3000)
ON
4
6
Most sensitive position
16
Series MHX
Auto Switch
Connections and Examples
Basic Wiring
Solid state 3 wire, PNP
Solid state 3 wire, NPN
Brown
[Red]
Main
switch
circuit
Black
[White]
2 wire
<Reed switch> Brown
2 wire
<Solid state>
[Red]
Brown
[Red]
Load
Main
switch
circuit
Black
[White]
Blue
[Black]
Load
Brown
[Red]
Main
switch
circuit
Indicator
light,
protection
circuit,
etc.
Load
Blue
[Black]
Blue
[Black]
Blue
[Black]
Brown
[Red]
(Power supply for switch and load
are separate.)
Brown
Brown
[Red]
[Red]
Main
switch
circuit
Black
[White]
Indicator
light,
protection
circuit,
etc.
Main
switch
circuit
Load
Load
Load
Blue
[Black]
Blue
[Black]
Blue
[Black]
Load
Examples of Connection to PLC (Sequence Controller)
Specification for sink input
3 wire, NPN Black
Specification for source input
3 wire, PNP Black
[White] Input
[White] Input
Brown
[Red]
Switch
Blue
[Black]
2 wire
Brown
[Red]
Connect
according
to
the
applicable PLC input specifications,
as the connection method will vary
depending on the PLC input
specifications.
Switch
Brown
[Red]
Blue
[Black]
COM
PLC internal circuit
2 wire
Input
Switch
COM
PLC internal circuit
Blue
[Black] Input
Switch
Blue
[Black]
Brown
[Red]
COM
PLC internal circuit
COM
PLC internal circuit
Connection Examples for AND (Series) and OR (Parallel)
3 wire
AND connection for NPN output
(Using relays)
Brown
[Red]
Switch 1
Blue
[Black]
Black
[White]
Load
Relay
Relay
contact
Brown [Red]
Black
[White]
Switch 2
AND connection for NPN output
(Performed with switches only)
Relay
Blue
[Black]
OR connection for NPN output
Brown
[Red]
Brown
[Red]
Black
Switch 1
[White] Load
Blue
[Black]
Brown
[Red]
Black
Switch 2
[White]
Blue
[Black]
Black
[White]
Switch 1
Blue
[Black]
Brown
[Red]
Switch 2
Load
Black
[White]
Blue
[Black]
The indicator lights will light up when
both switches are turned ON.
2 wire with 2 switch AND connection
Brown
[Red]
Switch 1
Switch 2
Blue
[Black]
Brown
[Red]
Blue
[Black]
Load
When two switches are
connected in series, a
load may malfunction
because the load voltage
will decline when in the
ON state.
The indicator lights will
light up if both of the
switches are in the ON
state.
supply - Residual
Load voltage at ON = Power
voltage
voltage
= 24V - 4V x 2 pcs.
= 16V
Example: Power supply is 24VDC
Voltage decline in switch is 4V
17
2 wire with 2 switch OR connection
x 2 pcs.
Brown
[Red]
Switch 1
Blue
[Black]
Switch 2
Brown
[Red]
Blue
[Black]
Load
<Solid state>
When two switches
are connected in
parallel, malfunction
may occur because
the load voltage will
increase when in
the OFF state.
load
Load voltage at OFF = leakage
current x 2 pcs. x impedance
= 1mA x 2 pcs. x 3kΩ
= 6V
Example: Load impedance is 3kΩ
Leakage current from switch is 1mA
<Reed switch>
Because there is no
current leakage, the load
voltage will not increase
when turned OFF, but
due to the number of
switches in the ON state,
the indicator lights will
sometimes get dark or
not light up, because of
dispersion and reduction
of the current flowing to
the switches.
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