Sick i14 Lock Operating instructions

Sick i14 Lock Operating instructions

i14 Lock Safety locking device

O P E R A T I N G I N S T R U C T I O N S

Described product

i14 Lock

Manufacturer

SICK AG Erwin-Sick-Str. 1 79183 Waldkirch Germany

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Original document

This document is an original document of SICK AG.

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CONTENTS

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About this document........................................................................

1.1

1.2

1.3

Scope.........................................................................................................

Additional information..............................................................................

Symbols and document conventions......................................................

Safety information............................................................................

2.1

2.2

2.3

General safety notes................................................................................

Intended use.............................................................................................

Requirements for the qualification of personnel....................................

Product description...........................................................................

3.1

3.2

3.3

3.4

Setup and function...................................................................................

Product characteristics............................................................................

Symbols on the product...........................................................................

Manual unlocking.....................................................................................

Project planning................................................................................ 10

4.1

4.2

4.3

4.4

4.5

Manufacturer of the machine..................................................................

10

Operator of the machine..........................................................................

11 Design........................................................................................................ 11 Integrating into the electrical control....................................................... 11 Testing plan...............................................................................................

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7 7 7 7

8 8 8

9 9

5 5 5 5

Mounting............................................................................................. 13

5.1

5.2

5.3

5.4

Safety.........................................................................................................

Protection from environmental influences..............................................

13 Converting the actuating head................................................................. 13

Mounting...................................................................................................

14

15

Electrical installation........................................................................ 16

6.1

6.2

6.3

Safety.........................................................................................................

Pin assignment.........................................................................................

System connection (cable entry).............................................................

16 16 16

Commissioning.................................................................................. 17

7.1

7.2

Testing.......................................................................................................

Recurring technical checks......................................................................

17 17

Decommissioning............................................................................. 19

8.1

Disposal.....................................................................................................

19

Technical data.................................................................................... 20

9.1

9.2

Technical data...........................................................................................

Dimensional drawings..............................................................................

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10 11 12

Ordering information........................................................................ 22 10.1 Ordering information................................................................................. 22

Accessories........................................................................................ 23 11.1 Actuator.....................................................................................................

11.2 Additional accessories.............................................................................

23 23

Annex.................................................................................................. 24 12.1 Compliance with EU directives.................................................................

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1.1

1.2

1.3

ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT

1 About this document

Scope

These operating instructions are valid for all i14 Lock safety locking devices.

This document is included with the following SICK part numbers (this document in all available language versions): 8022220

Additional information

www.sick.com

• • • • • The following information is available on the Internet: This document in other languages Data sheets and application examples CAD data and dimensional drawings Certificates (e.g. EU declaration of conformity) Guide for Safe Machinery Six steps to a safe machine

Symbols and document conventions

The following symbols and conventions are used in this document:

Safety notes and other notes DANGER

Indicates a situation presenting imminent danger, which will lead to death or serious injuries if not prevented.

WARNING

Indicates a situation presenting possible danger, which may lead to death or serious injuries if not prevented.

CAUTION

Indicates a situation presenting possible danger, which may lead to moderate or minor injuries if not prevented.

NOTICE

Indicates a situation presenting possible danger, which may lead to property damage if not prevented.

NOTE

Indicates useful tips and recommendations.

Instructions to action

b The arrow denotes instructions to action.

1.

2.

✓ The sequence of instructions for action is numbered.

Follow the order in which the numbered instructions are given.

The check mark denotes the result of an instruction.

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ABOUT THIS DOCUMENT LED symbols

These symbols indicate the status of an LED: o Ö O The LED is off.

The LED is flashing.

The LED is illuminated continuously.

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2.1

2.2

2.3

SAFETY INFORMATION

2 Safety information

General safety notes

The safety locking device must be configured and operated correctly by qualified safety personnel according to the machine requirements.

Intended use

When used in conjunction with a movable physical guard and the machine controller, the safety locking device prevents the protective device from being opened while a dan‐ gerous machine function is being executed.

The safety locking device may only be used on the machine on which it was configured, mounted, installed, and commissioned by qualified safety personnel in accordance with these operating instructions.

Incorrect use, improper modification of or tampering with the safety locking device will invalidate any warranty from SICK AG; in addition, any responsibility and liability of SICK AG for damage and secondary damage caused by this is excluded.

NOTE

The safety locking device is also suitable for process protection.

Requirements for the qualification of personnel

The safety locking device must be configured, installed, connected, commissioned, and serviced only by qualified safety personnel.

Project planning

For project planning, a person is considered competent when he/she has expertise and experience in the selection and use of protective devices on machines and is familiar with the relevant technical rules and national work safety regulations.

Mechanical mounting, electrical installation, and commissioning

For the task, a person is considered qualified when he/she has the expertise and expe‐ rience in the relevant field and is sufficiently familiar with the application of the protec‐ tive device on the machine to be able to assess whether it is in an operationally safe state.

Operation and maintenance

For operation and maintenance, a person is considered competent when he/she has the expertise and experience in the relevant field and is sufficiently familiar with the application of the protective device on the machine and has been instructed by the machine operator in its operation.

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3

3.1

3.2

3.2.1

3.2.2

3.2.3

Product description

Setup and function

The safety locking device is an interlocking device consisting of a mechanically-actu‐ ated position switch and a coded actuator. The actuator has a lower coding level. The position switch contains a rotating switching cylinder which the actuator grips during closing. The switching cylinder is locked or unlocked electromagnetically (variant-depen‐ dent).

When inserting and removing the actuator, switching contacts for door monitoring are opened and closed. When locking and unlocking the locking device, switching contacts for locking device monitoring are opened and closed.

If the locking device is locked, the actuator cannot be removed from the actuating head.

The locking device can only be locked when the protective device is closed.

Product characteristics Product variants

The safety locking device is delivered in different variants. You will find an overview of important distinguishing features of the variants in the following.

• Type of contacts for locking device monitoring Complete overview of all variants:

see "Ordering information", page 22

Standby current locking principle i14-M

• • Locking locking device: close protective device, no voltage on the magnet Unlocking locking device: apply voltage to magnet If voltage is interrupted at the magnet, the locking device remains locked and the pro‐ tective device cannot be opened immediately.

WARNING

The locking device locks even when voltage is not present People could get trapped.

b If people are in the hazardous area, do not close the protective device even volt‐ age is not present.

Locking device monitoring

All variants feature 3 contacts for locking device monitoring. At least 2 contacts are always positive opening normally closed contacts. Depending on the product variant, 1 contact can be a normally open contact. The output state changes when locking or unlocking the locking device.

Status indicators

The safety locking device outputs the status of the locking device using the light emit‐ ting diode.

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3.4

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

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Table 1: Status LEDs

Light emitting diode status O o Meaning Voltage is present on the magnet for the locking device.

Locking device unlocked.

No voltage is present on the magnet for the locking device.

Locking device locked with inserted actuator.

Symbols on the product

Table 2: Symbols on the product

Symbol Meaning Positive opening normally closed contact for locking device moni‐ toring Positive opening normally closed contact for door monitoring Mechanical unlocking mechanism actuated, safety locking device unlocked Mechanical unlocking mechanism not actuated, safety locking device functions normally

Manual unlocking

In some situations, it necessary to unlock the locking device manually (e.g. is faults are present). After unlocking, a function test must be performed.

Mechanical unlocking mechanism

With the mechanical unlocking mechanism, the safety locking device can be unlocked regardless of the status.

When actuating the mechanical unlocking mechanism, the contacts for locking device monitoring open. A stop command must be generated.

Actuating the mechanical unlocking mechanism

b b Ensure tensile stress is not applied on the actuator.

Use the screwdriver to rotate the mechanical unlocking mechanism in the direc‐ tion of the arrow to the following symbol: ✓ The locking device is unlocked.

WARNING

Permanent actuation of the mechanical unlocking mechanism Hazard due to lack of effectiveness of the protective device b Put back mechanical unlocking mechanism after use.

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PROJECT PLANNING

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4.1

4.1.1

Project planning

Manufacturer of the machine

b b b

DANGER

Failure to comply with manufacturer’s obligations Hazard due to lack of effectiveness of the protective device b b b b Carry out a risk assessment before using the safety locking device.

Do not tamper with or modify the components of the safety locking device.

Make sure that the safety locking device is only repaired by the manufacturer or by someone authorized by the manufacturer. Improper repair can lead to a loss of the protective function.

Make sure that switch-on commands which bring about a dangerous state of the machine are not enabled until the protective device is closed and the lock is acti‐ vated.

Make sure that the lock is not deactivated until the dangerous state of the machine has stopped.

Make sure that closing a protective device and activating the lock does not cause a dangerous machine function to start by itself. This must be controlled by a sepa‐ rate start command.

The safety locking device must not be bypassed (contacts jumpered), turned away, removed, or rendered ineffective in any other way. Take measures to reduce bypassing options as necessary.

If several devices are switched in succession and the simplified process according to ISO 13849 is used to determine the performance level (PL), the PL may be reduced.

A logical series connection of safe contacts may be possible up to PL d under certain circumstances. For more detailed information, see ISO TR 24119.

The safety locking device is designed so that internal errors according to ISO 13849-2, Table A4, can be ruled out.

Observe EN ISO 14119 for using interlocking devices associated with physical guards.

Application of the safety locking device to protect people

At least one safe contact must be used for locking device monitoring (contact assign‐ ment

see table 3

).

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4.2

4.3

4.3.1

4.4

4.5

PROJECT PLANNING

4

Operator of the machine DANGER

Failure to observe operator obligations Hazard due to lack of effectiveness of the protective device b b b b Changes to the machine and changes to the mechanical mounting of the safety locking device necessitate a new risk assessment. The results of this risk assess‐ ment may require the operator of the machine to meet a manufacturer’s obliga‐ tions.

Apart from the procedures described in this document, the components of the safety locking device must not be opened or modified.

Do not carry out any repair work on components. Improper repair of the safety locking device can lead to a loss of the protective function.

Make sure that replacement actuators are not used for bypassing. Restrict access to actuators.

Design DANGER

Bypassing the protective device Hazard due to lack of effectiveness of the protective device b Eliminate any temptation to tamper with the safety locking device by implementing measures such as the following: ° Attach safety switches with a cover or with shielding, or ensure they are out of reach.

° Cover the safety switch and the actuator with additional equipment or protect them against access. Cover the sensor and the actuator with additional equipment or protect them against access.

Selection of the actuator NOTICE

Selecting unsuitable actuators or improper mounting can damage the device.

b b Select the right actuator (

see table 7 ).

Pay attention to the door radius and mounting options.

Integrating into the electrical control

Switch-on commands which bring about a dangerous state of the machine must not be enabled until the protective device is closed and the lock is activated. The lock must not be deactivated until the dangerous state has ended. Depending on the safety concept, the signal is analyzed by, e.g., safety relays or a safety controller.

The connected controller and all devices responsible for safety must comply with the required performance level and the required category (for example according to ISO 13849-1).

Testing plan

The safety locking device must be tested by appropriately qualified safety personnel when commissioning, after modifications, and at regular intervals.

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PROJECT PLANNING

The regular thorough checks serve to investigate the effectiveness of the safety locking device and discover defects because of modifications or external influences (such as damage or tampering).

The manufacturer and user must define the type and frequency of the thorough checks on the machine on the basis of the application conditions and the risk assessment.

Determination of the thorough checks must be documented in a traceable manner.

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5.1

5.2

MOUNTING

5 Mounting

Safety DANGER

Hazard due to unexpected starting of the machine Death or severe injury b Make sure that the dangerous state of the machine is and remains switched off.

DANGER

Bypassing the protective device Hazard due to lack of effectiveness of the protective device b Eliminate any temptation to tamper with the safety locking device by taking at least one of the following measures: ° Attach safety switches with a cover or with shielding, or ensure they are out of reach.

° If possible, use permanent mounting methods for actuators (e.g., welding, glue, disposable screws, or rivets).

NOTICE

If incorrectly installed or the ambient conditions are not suitable, the safety locking device can get damaged.

b b b b b Arrange the safety switch and actuator so that damage due to unintentional out‐ side influences is prevented.

Do not use safety switch and actuator.

The set-up and mounting of the safety switch and actuator must be stable enough to maintain proper operation.

Use only reliable mounting elements that can only be removed with tools.

If an opening is created in the physical guard due to alignment errors, it must not impair the protective function.

Converting the actuating head

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Loosen screws on the cover and lift the cover.

Loosen the catch on the actuating head.

Turn the actuating head by 180°.

Engage actuating head.

Tighten the screws to 1.2 Nm.

Seal unused actuation slots with the supplied slot covers.

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MOUNTING

1,2 Nm

5.3

Mounting

1.

2.

3.

4.

Insert the actuator into the actuating head.

Connect the safety switch to the fixed part of the protective device with positive locking.

Connect the actuator permanently to the moving part of the protective device so it cannot be disengaged.

Fit an additional stop for the moving part of the protective device.

1 x M20 2 x M5 CSK 2 x M5 1,4 Nm 2 x M5

Figure 1: Mounting the safety switch

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MOUNTING

5 2mm

5.4

Figure 2: Mounting the actuator and the safety switch

Protection from environmental influences

The prerequisite for a proper and permanent safety function is protection of the actuat‐ ing head from foreign bodies such as chips, sand, beams of light, etc.

When doing painting work, cover the actuation slot, the actuator and the type label.

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

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6.1

6.1.1

6.2

Electrical installation

Safety DANGER

Hazard due to electrical voltage Death or severe injury b Make sure that the machine and the connecting cables of the safety locking device are and remain disconnected from the power supply during the electrical installation.

Notes on cULus Devices with cable entry

For use according to the requirements of cULus, a copper wire (60/75 °C) must be used.

Pin assignment

Table 3: Switching elements and switching functions

Actuator inserted Locked Unlocked Actuator removed

6.3

E1 E2 E1 E2 E1 E2 i14-M0213 Lock 11 21 33 12 22 34 11 21 33 12 22 34 11 21 33 12 22 34 i14-M0303 Lock All variants 11 21 31 12 22 32 11 21 31 12 22 32 11 21 31 E1: +24 V DC magnet coil voltage supply (locking device) E2: +0 V DC magnet coil voltage supply (locking device) 12 22 32

System connection (cable entry)

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Open desired insertion opening with a suitable tool.

Mount the cable gland with corresponding enclosure rating.

Connect contacts (contact assignment see table 3 ).

° ° Operate all contact pairs in the same voltage range.

Tighten terminals to 1.0 Nm.

Pay attention to tightness of the cable entries.

Close switch cover and fasten it (tightening torque 1.2 Nm).

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7.1

7.2

COMMISSIONING

7 Commissioning

Testing DANGER

Hazard due to unexpected starting of the machine Death or severe injury b Before carrying out the functional test, make sure that there are no people in the hazardous area.

Approach

Check that the device is functioning properly after installation and after every fault. To do this, proceed as follows:

Mechanical functional test

b Open the protective device and close it again. The components of the safety lock‐ ing device must not collide with other parts. When the protective device is closed, the actuator must be in a position which enables the lock to be actuated.

Electrical functional test

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

Switch on the supply voltage.

Close all protective devices and activate the locks. The machine must not start up on its own.

Check the lock. It must not be possible to open the protective device.

Start the machine function.

Make sure that the lock cannot be deactivated as long as the dangerous machine function is active.

Stop the machine function and deactivate the lock.

Check whether the protective device is kept locked until there is no more risk of injury (e.g., due to run-on movements).

Check the restart interlock. The machine function must not start while the lock is deactivated.

Repeat steps 3 to 8 individually for each protective device.

Complementary information NOTE

With the version in accordance with the power to lock principle, an active lock com‐ mand can be simulated by applying 24 V DC voltage to the “Lock input” contact.

Recurring technical checks DANGER

Insufficient checks or incorrect repair Hazard due to lack of effectiveness of the protective device b b In the event of wear or damage, replace the entire safety locking device with actu‐ ator. Never replace individual parts or assemblies.

Check the safety locking device following the inspection intervals specified in the national rules and regulations.

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COMMISSIONING

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8.1

DECOMMISSIONING

8 Decommissioning

Disposal Approach

b Always dispose of unusable devices in accordance with national waste disposal regulations.

Complementary information

SICK will be glad to help you dispose of these devices on request.

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TECHNICAL DATA

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9.1

Technical data

Technical data

Table 4: Features

Features Housing material Enclosure rating (IEC 60529) Mechanical service life B 10d (EN ISO 13849) Type Coding level of the actuator Ambient operating temperature Connection type Max. actuation speed Max. actuation frequency Pollution degree (external, according to EN 60947) Max. actuating force at 20 °C Locking force F max Locking force F Zh according to (EN ISO 14119) (F Zh = F max /1.3) Minimum door radii Fiberglass-reinforced polyester IP 65 1 × 10 2 × 10 M20 3 12 N 770 N 6 6 1,000 N Switching operation with small load Type 2 (EN ISO 14119) Low coding level (EN ISO 14119) –20 °C … +60 °C 9.6 m × min –1 1,200 × h –1

see table 7

Table 5: Electrical data

Electrical data Thermal current l th Switching principle Wire cross-section, (rigid/flexible) Rated insulation voltage U i Rated impulse withstand voltage U imp Utilization category (IEC 60947-5-1) Min. switching voltage 1) Min. switching current at 24 V DC Conditional rated short-circuit current Short-circuit protection (control fuse) (IEC 60269) Solenoid supply voltage (+10% … –15%) Max. solenoid power ED switch-on time 1) At 10 mA.

10 A Slow action switching element 1.5 mm² 250 V 2.5 kV AC-15: 230 V, 3 A; DC-13: 24 V, 2 A 5 V 5 mA 100 A 10 A gG DC +24 V 7 W 100% 20 O P E R A T I N G I N S T R U C T I O N S | i14 Lock 8020553/10NO/2019-05-14 | SICK Subject to change without notice

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Dimensional drawings i14 Lock

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TECHNICAL DATA

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ORDERING INFORMATION

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10.1

Ordering information

Ordering information i14 Lock

Table 6: Ordering information, i14 Lock

Locking device monitoring Positive opening nor‐ mally closed contact 2 3 Normally open 1 0 Type code i14-M0213 Lock i14-M0303 Lock Part number 6025060 6025062 22 O P E R A T I N G I N S T R U C T I O N S | i14 Lock 8020553/10NO/2019-05-14 | SICK Subject to change without notice

ACCESSORIES

11 11 Accessories

11.1

Actuator

Table 7: Actuator

Design Straight Straight Actuation option Characteristic Rigid Catch spring for increased retain‐ ing force Rigid – Door radius ≥ 160 mm 160 mm 1) 1) For a certain actuation direction, the door radius must be ≥ 250 mm (

see figure 3 ).

Type code iE14-S1 iE14-S2 250 mm Part number 5311133 5320258

Figure 3: Actuation direction with increased door radius

11.2

Additional accessories

Table 8: Additional accessories

Designation Cable gland Mechanical unlocking mechanism Type code M20 screw connection iE14-E01 Part number 5309164 5311282 8020553/10NO/2019-05-14 | SICK Subject to change without notice O P E R A T I N G I N S T R U C T I O N S | i14 Lock 23

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ANNEX

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12.1

Annex

Compliance with EU directives EU declaration of conformity (extract)

The undersigned, representing the manufacturer, herewith declares that the product is in conformity with the provisions of the following EU directive(s) (including all applicable amendments), and that the standards and/or technical specifications stated in the EU declaration of conformity have been used as a basis for this.

Complete EU declaration of conformity for download

You can call up the EU declaration of conformity and the current operating instructions for the protective device by entering the part number in the search field at www.sick.com

(part number: see the type label entry in the “Ident. no.” field).

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ANNEX

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