Sick C4000 Micro, C4000 Basic Plus, C4000 Basic, C4000 Eco Safety Light Curtain Operating instructions

Sick C4000 Micro, C4000 Basic Plus, C4000 Basic, C4000 Eco Safety Light Curtain Operating instructions
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
C4000 Micro, C4000 Basic Plus,
C4000 Basic, C4000 Eco
Safety light curtain
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Operating Instructions
C4000 Micro/Basic/Basic Plus/Eco
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List of contents
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About this document.................................................................................................... 5
1.1
Function of this document................................................................................ 5
1.2
Target group ..................................................................................................... 5
1.3
Depth of information ........................................................................................ 5
1.4
Scope................................................................................................................6
1.5
Abbreviations.................................................................................................... 6
1.6
Symbols used ................................................................................................... 6
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On safety.......................................................................................................................8
2.1
Qualified safety personnel................................................................................ 8
2.2
Applications of the device.................................................................................8
2.3
Correct use ....................................................................................................... 9
2.4
General safety notes and protective measures................................................ 9
2.5
Protection of the environment........................................................................10
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Product description....................................................................................................11
3.1
Special features..............................................................................................11
3.2
Operating principle of the device....................................................................12
3.2.1
Components of the device.............................................................12
3.2.2
The light curtain principle..............................................................12
3.3
Examples of range of use ...............................................................................13
3.4
Configurable functions....................................................................................13
3.4.1
Restart interlock............................................................................14
3.4.2
External device monitoring (EDM) .................................................15
3.4.3
Scanning range .............................................................................16
3.4.4
Sender test....................................................................................17
3.5
Status indicators.............................................................................................17
3.5.1
Status indicators of the sender .....................................................17
3.5.2
Status indicators of the receiver ...................................................18
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Installation and mounting..........................................................................................19
4.1
Determining the safety distance.....................................................................19
4.1.1
Safety distance from the hazardous point.....................................19
4.1.2
Minimum distance to reflective surfaces ......................................22
4.2
Protection from affecting systems in close proximity .....................................23
4.3
Steps for mounting the device........................................................................24
4.3.1
Mounting with swivel mount bracket.............................................25
4.3.2
Mounting with side bracket...........................................................27
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Electrical installation.................................................................................................29
5.1
System connection C4000 Basic (M26 × 6 + FE) ...........................................31
5.2
System connection C4000 Eco (M12 × 4 + FE) ..............................................31
5.3
System connection C4000 Micro/Basic Plus (M12 × 7 + FE) .........................32
5.4
External device monitoring (EDM) ..................................................................33
5.5
Reset button...................................................................................................34
5.6
Test input (sender test) ..................................................................................34
5.7
Switching examples........................................................................................35
5.7.1
C4000 Basic on UE48-20S/UE48-30S with restart interlock
and EDM........................................................................................35
5.7.2
C4000 Micro/Basic on UE10-30S without restart interlock,
with EDM .......................................................................................36
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Commissioning .......................................................................................................... 37
6.1
Display sequence during start-up .................................................................. 37
6.2
Aligning sender and receiver.......................................................................... 37
6.3
Test notes ...................................................................................................... 38
6.3.1
Tests before the first commissioning............................................ 38
6.3.2
Regular inspection of the protective device by qualified
safety personnel ........................................................................... 38
6.3.3
Daily functional checks of the protective device........................... 39
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Configuration ............................................................................................................. 40
7.1
Delivery status ............................................................................................... 40
7.2
Activating the restart interlock....................................................................... 40
7.3
Activating external device monitoring ............................................................ 40
7.4
Start-up configuration .................................................................................... 40
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Care and maintenance .............................................................................................. 42
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Fault diagnosis .......................................................................................................... 43
9.1
What to do in case of faults ........................................................................... 43
9.2
SICK Support.................................................................................................. 43
9.3
Error displays of the diagnostics LEDs........................................................... 43
9.4
Error displays of the 7-segment display ......................................................... 44
10 Technical specifications............................................................................................ 45
10.1 Data sheet ..................................................................................................... 45
10.2 Response time ............................................................................................... 49
10.3 Table of weights............................................................................................. 50
10.3.1
C4000 Basic/Micro/Eco............................................................... 50
10.3.2
Deflector mirrors PNS75 and PNS125 ......................................... 50
10.4 Dimensional drawings.................................................................................... 51
10.4.1
C4000 Basic/Basic Plus/Eco ....................................................... 51
10.4.2
C4000 Micro................................................................................. 52
10.4.3
Swivel mount bracket ................................................................... 53
10.4.4
Side bracket.................................................................................. 53
10.4.5
Deflector mirror PNS75 ................................................................ 54
10.4.6
Deflector mirror PNS125 .............................................................. 55
11 Ordering information ................................................................................................. 56
11.1 Delivery .......................................................................................................... 56
11.2 C4000 Basic (M26 × 6 + FE).......................................................................... 57
11.3 C4000 Eco (M12 × 4 + FE)............................................................................. 58
11.4 C4000 Basic Plus (M12 × 7 + FE) .................................................................. 59
11.5 C4000 Micro.................................................................................................. 60
11.6 Additional front screen (weld spark guard) .................................................... 61
11.7 Deflector mirror.............................................................................................. 62
11.7.1
Deflector mirror PNS75 for protective field width
0 … 5.4 m (total) ........................................................................... 62
11.7.2
Deflector mirror PNS125 for protective field width
4 … 5.4 m (total) ........................................................................... 62
11.8 Accessories.................................................................................................... 63
12 Annex ......................................................................................................................... 65
12.1 Compliance with EU directives....................................................................... 65
12.2 Checklist for the manufacturer ...................................................................... 66
12.3 List of tables .................................................................................................. 67
12.4 List of illustrations.......................................................................................... 68
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Operating Instructions
Chapter 1
C4000 Micro/Basic/Basic Plus/Eco
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About this document
Please read this chapter carefully before working with this documentation and the safety
light curtain C4000 Micro, C4000 Basic Plus, C4000 Basic or the C4000 Eco.
1.1
Function of this document
These operating instructions are designed to address the technical personnel of the
machine manufacturer or the machine operator in regards to safe mounting, installation,
electrical installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the safety light
curtain C4000 Micro, C4000 Basic Plus, C4000 Basic or C4000 Eco.
These operating instructions do not provide instructions for operating machines on which
the safety light curtain is, or will be, integrated. Information on this is to be found in the
appropriate operating instructions of the machine.
1.2
Target group
These operating instructions are addressed to planning engineers, developers and the
operators of plant and systems which are to be protected by one or several safety light
curtains C4000. It also addresses people who integrate the C4000 into a machine, initialise its use, or who are in charge of servicing and maintaining the device.
1.3
Depth of information
These operating instructions contain information on:
• installation and mounting
• electrical installation
• fault, error diagnosis and
troubleshooting
• commissioning
• part numbers
• care and maintenance
• conformity and approval
of the safety light curtain C4000.
Planning and using protective devices such as the C4000 also require specific technical
skills which are not detailed in this documentation.
When operating the C4000, the national, local and statutory rules and regulations must be
observed.
General information on accident prevention using opto-electronic protective devices can
be found in the brochure “Safe Machines with opto-electronic protective devices”.
Note
We also refer you to the SICK homepage on the Internet at: www.sick.com
Here you will find information on:
• sample applications
• a list of frequently asked questions about the C4000
• these operating instructions in different languages for viewing and printing
• certificates on the prototype test, the EU declaration of conformity and other documents
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1.4
Scope
This document is an original document.
Note
These operating instructions only apply to the safety light curtains C4000 Basic,
C4000 Basic Plus, C4000 Micro and C4000 Eco with one of the following entries on the
type label in the field Operating Instructions:
• 8009410/N082
• 8009410/0855
• 8009410/TI70
• 8009410/YT79
This document is part of SICK part number 8009410 (operating instructions “Safety light
curtain C4000 Micro, C4000 Basic Plus, C4000 Basic, C4000 Eco” in all available
languages).
1.5
Abbreviations
ESPE
Electro-sensitive protective equipment (e.g. C4000)
OSSD
Output signal switching device
1.6
Recommendation
Note
∋, κ?1
Ν Red, ∏ Yellow,
ν Green
= Take action …
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WARNING
Symbols used
Recommendations are designed to give you some assistance in your decision-making
process with respect to a certain function or a technical measure.
Refer to notes for special features of the device.
Display indicators show the status of the 7-segment display of sender or receiver:
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Constant indication of characters, e.g. 9
∋
Flashing indication of characters, e.g. 8
κ?1
Alternating indication of characters, e.g. L and 2
LED symbols describe the state of a diagnostics LED. Examples:
Ν Red
The red LED is illuminated constantly.
∏ Yellow The yellow LED is flashing.
ν Green
The green LED is off.
Instructions for taking action are shown by an arrow. Carefully read and follow the
instructions for action.
Warning!
A warning notice indicates an actual or potential risk or health hazard. They are designed
to help you to prevent accidents.
Read carefully and follow the warnings!
ρθ
Sender and receiver
In drawings and diagrams, the symbol ρ denotes the sender and the symbol θ denotes
the receiver.
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The term “dangerous state”
The dangerous state (standard term) of the machine is always shown in the drawings and
diagrams of this document as the movement of a machine part. In practical operation,
there may be a number of different dangerous states:
• machine movements
• electrical conductors
• visible or invisible radiation
• a combination of several risks and hazards
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On safety
This chapter deals with your own safety and the safety of the equipment operators.
⋅ Please read this chapter carefully before working with the C4000 or with the machine
protected by the C4000.
2.1
Qualified safety personnel
The safety light curtain C4000 must be installed, commissioned and serviced only by
qualified safety personnel. Qualified safety personnel are defined as persons who
• have undergone the appropriate technical training
and
• who have been instructed by the responsible machine operator in the operation of the
machine and the current valid safety guidelines
and
• who have access to these operating instructions.
2.2
Applications of the device
The safety light curtain C4000 is an electro-sensitive protective equipment (ESPE). The
physical resolution is 14 or 30 mm with a maximum protective field width of 6 metres. The
realisable protective field height is between 300 and 1,800 mm for the C4000 Basic/Eco
and between 150 and 1,200 mm for the C4000 Micro.
The device is a Type 4 ESPE as defined by IEC 61 496-1 and -2 and is therefore allowed for
use with controls in safety category 4 in compliance with EN ISO 13 849-1. The device is
suitable for
• Hazardous point protection (finger and hand protection)
• Hazardous area protection
• Access protection
Access to the hazardous point must be allowed only through the protective field. The
plant/system is not allowed to start as long as personnel are within the hazardous area.
Refer to chapter 3.3 “Examples of range of use” on page 13 for an illustration of the protection modes.

WARNING
Only use the safety light curtain as an indirect safety measure!
An opto-electronic protective device provides indirect protection, e.g., by switching off the
power at the source of the hazard. It cannot provide protection from parts thrown out, nor
from emitted radiation. Transparent objects are not detected.
Depending on the application, mechanical protective devices may be required in addition
to the safety light curtain.
Note
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The safety light curtain C4000 Basic, C4000 Micro or C4000 Eco operates as a standalone system, comprising a sender and receiver. It cannot be combined with other C4000
systems, e.g. C4000 Advanced.
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2.3
Correct use
The safety light curtain C4000 must be used only as defined in chapter 2.2 “Applications
of the device”. It must be used only by qualified personnel and only on the machine where
it has been installed and initialised by qualified safety personnel in accordance with these
operating instructions.
If the device is used for any other purposes or modified in any way — also during mounting
and installation — any warranty claim against SICK AG shall become void.
2.4

WARNING
General safety notes and protective measures
Safety notes
Please observe the following procedures in order to ensure the correct and safe use of the
safety light curtain C4000.
• The national/international rules and regulations apply to the installation, commissioning, use and periodic technical inspections of the safety light curtain, in particular:
– Machine Directive
– Equipment Usage Directive
– the work safety regulations/safety rules
– other relevant health and safety regulations
Manufacturers and operators of the machine with which the safety light curtain is used
are responsible for obtaining and observing all applicable safety regulations and rules.
• The notices, in particular the test regulations (see “Test notes” on page 38) of these
operating instructions (e.g. on use, mounting, installation or integration into the existing
machine controller) must be observed.
• The tests must be carried out by qualified safety personnel or specially qualified and
authorised personnel and must be recorded and documented to ensure that the tests
can be reconstructed and retraced at any time.
• The operating instructions must be made available to the operator of the machine
where the safety light curtain C4000 is fitted. The machine operator is to be instructed
in the use of the device by qualified safety personnel and must be instructed to read the
operating instructions.
• The external voltage supply of the device (SELV/PELV) must be capable of buffering
brief mains voltage failures of 20 ms as specified in EN 60 204-1. Suitable power
supplies are available as accessories from SICK (SICK Power Supply 50 W (Part number
7028789)/SICK Power Supply 95 W (Part number 7028790)).
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2.5
Protection of the environment
The safety light curtain C4000 has been designed to minimise environmental impact. It
uses only a minimum of power and natural resources.
At work, always act in an environmentally responsible manner. For this reason please note
the following information on disposal.
Disposal
⋅ Always dispose of unserviceable or irreparable devices in compliance with
local/national rules and regulations with respect to waste disposal.
Note
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We would be pleased to be of assistance on the disposal of this device. Contact your local
SICK representative.
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Product description
This chapter provides information on the special features and properties of the safety light
curtain C4000. It describes the construction and the operating principle of the device, in
particular the different operating modes.
⋅ Please read this chapter before mounting, installing and commissioning the device.
3.1
Special features
C4000 Basic
• protective operation
• facility for connecting the reset button, model-dependent
• connection option for external device monitoring (EDM), model-dependent
• protective operation with either internal or external restart interlock (realised on
machine), model-dependent
• status display with 7-segment display
The C4000 Basic is available in two designs (models).
Tab. 1: C4000 Basic model
overview
Designation (Connection Format)
Restart interlock
External device
monitoring (EDM)
Reset button
C4000 Basic Plus (M12 × 7 + FE)
Yes
Yes
Yes
C4000 Basic (M26 × 6 + FE,
Hirschmann-plug)
Yes
No
No
C4000 Micro
• protective operation with either internal or external (realised on the machine)
restart interlock
• facility for connecting the reset button
• facility for connecting the external device monitoring (EDM)
• status display with 7-segment display
The C4000 Micro is available in one design.
Tab. 2: C4000 Micro model
overview
Designation (Connection Format)
Restart interlock
External device
monitoring (EDM)
Reset button
C4000 Micro (M12 × 7 + FE)
Yes
Yes
Yes
C4000 Eco
• protective operation
• status display with 7-segment display
The C4000 Eco is available in one design.
Tab. 3: C4000 Eco model
overview
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Designation (Connection Format)
Restart interlock
External device
monitoring (EDM)
Reset button
C4000 Eco (M12 × 4 + FE)
No
No
No
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3.2
Operating principle of the device
3.2.1
Components of the device
Fig. 1: Components of the
C4000
Receiver
Sender
Please refer to chapter 10 “Technical specifications” on page 45 for the data sheet.
Please refer to pages 51 ff. for the dimensional drawings.
3.2.2
The light curtain principle
The safety light curtain C4000 consists of a sender and a receiver (Fig. 1). Between these
two units is the protective field, defined as the protective field height and the protective
field width.
The construction height determines the protective field height of the appropriate system.
For the exact protective field height, please see Tab. 21 ff. in chapter 10.4 “Dimensional
drawings” on page 51.
The protective field width is derived from the dimension of the light path between sender
and receiver and must not exceed the maximum rated protective field width (see “Technical specifications” on page 45).
Sender and receiver automatically synchronise themselves optically. An electrical connection between both components is not required.
The C4000 is modular in structure. All optical and electronic components and assemblies
are housed in a slim and torsionally rigid housing.
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3.3
Examples of range of use
Fig. 2: Protecting hazardous
points with a safety light
curtain C4000
(left)
Fig. 3: Hazardous area
protection with a safety light
curtain C4000
(right)
Fig. 4: Access protection
using a safety light curtain
C4000
The safety light curtain C4000 operates correctly as a protective device only if the following conditions are met:
• The control of the machine must be electrical.
• The dangerous state of the machine must be transferable at any time into a safe state.
• Sender and receiver unit must be so mounted that objects penetrating the hazardous
area are safely identified by the C4000.
• The reset button must be fitted outside the hazardous area such that it cannot be
operated by a person working inside the hazardous area. When operating the reset
button, the operator must have full visual command of the hazardous area.
• The statutory and local rules and regulations must be observed when installing and
using the device.
3.4
Configurable functions
This chapter describes the functions of the safety light curtains C4000 Basic and
C4000 Micro.
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After each modification to the protective device or its connection, you must check the
whole protective device for effectiveness (see 6.3 on Page 38).
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3.4.1
Restart interlock
Fig. 5: Outline drawing of the
protective operation
The C4000 Micro/Basic has an internal restart interlock. The dangerous state of the
machine (0) is interrupted if the light path is broken (1), and is not re-enabled (2) until
the operator presses the reset button.
Notes
• If you use the C4000 Micro/Basic without internal restart interlock, then you must
implement the restart interlock externally, i.e. on the machine.
• Do not confuse the restart interlock with the starting interlock on the machine. The start
interlock prevents the machine starting after switching on. The restart interlock prevents the machine starting again after an error or an interruption in the light path.
When using the C4000 Micro/Basic, you can implement the restart interlock in two different ways:
• with the internal restart interlock of the C4000 Micro/Basic:
The C4000 Micro/Basic controls the restart.
• with the restart interlock of the machine (external):
The C4000 Micro/Basic has no control over the restart.
The possible combinations are shown in the following table:
Tab. 4: Permissible
configuration of the restart
interlock of the C4000
Micro/Basic
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WARNING
Restart interlock of
the C4000
Micro/Basic
Restart interlock
of the machine
Permissible
application
Deactivated
Deactivated
Only if the light curtain cannot be stood
behind. Observe EN 60 204-1!
Deactivated
Activated
All
Activated
Deactivated
Only if the light curtain cannot be stood
behind. Observe EN 60 204-1!
Activated
Activated
All. The restart interlock of the C4000 Micro
handles the reset function (see “Reset”
below).
Always configure the application with restart interlock!
Ensure that there is always a restart interlock. The C4000 is unable to verify if the restart
interlock of the machine is operable. If you deactivate both the internal and the machine’s
restart interlock, the operators of the machine will be at an acute risk of injury.
The electrical connection of the reset button is described in chapter “Reset button” on
page 34.
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Reset
If you want to activate the restart interlock on the C4000 Micro/Basic (internal) and also a
restart interlock on the machine (external), then each restart interlock has its own button.
When actuating the reset button (for the internal restart interlock)
• the C4000 Micro/Basic activates the switching outputs
• the safety light curtain changes from red to green
Only the external restart interlock prevents the machine from restarting. After pressing the
reset button for the C4000 Micro/Basic, the operator must also press the restart button
for the machine. If the reset button and the restart button are not pressed in the specified
sequence, the dangerous state remains disrupted.
Recommendation
The reset button prevents the accidental and inadvertent operation of the external restart
button. The operator must first acknowledge the dangerous state with the reset button.
The electrical connection of the reset button is described in chapter “Reset button” on
page 34. The configuration of the reset button is described in chapter 7.2 “Activating the
restart interlock” on page 40.
3.4.2
External device monitoring (EDM)
C4000 Micro and C4000 Basic have an EDM. The external device monitoring (EDM)
checks if the contactors actually de-energise when the protective device responds. If you
activate external device monitoring, then the C4000 checks the contactors after each
interruption to the light path and prior to machine restart. The EDM can so identify if one of
the contactors has fused, for instance. In this case
• the error message 7 appears in the 7-segment display
• the safety light curtain remains red
• with the internal restart interlock activated, the safety light curtain uses the flashing
LED ∏ Yellow to signal “Reset required”
Note
If the system is unable to change to a safe operational state (e.g. after contactor failure),
the system locks and shuts down completely (“Lock-out”). The 7-segment display will then
show the error message ∋.
The electrical connection for the external device monitoring is described in chapter “External device monitoring (EDM)” on page 33. The configuration of the external device monitoring is described in chapter 7.4 “Start-up configuration” on page 40.
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3.4.3
Scanning range
The safety light curtain is available with different scanning ranges. An overview is contained in Tab. 6.

WARNING
Notes
Tab. 5: Scanning range of
the C4000 without and with
additional front screen
Only use devices with a scanning range that matches the protective field width!
• If the scanning range is set too low, the light curtain may not switch to green.
• If the scanning range is set too great, the light curtain may malfunction. This would
mean that the operator is at risk.
• The additional front screens, which are available as accessories (see page 61), reduce
the effective scanning range per additional front screen by 8 %.
Physical
resolution
Available scanning
ranges
Scanning range with 1
additional front screen
Scanning range with 2
additional front screens
14 mm
0–2.5 m
1–5 m
0–2.3 m
0.9–4.6 m
0–2.1 m
0.7–4.2 m
30 mm
0–6 m
0–5.5 m
0–5 m
• The deflector mirrors available as accessories (see page 62) reduce the overall scanning range depending on the number of deflector mirrors in the light path (see section
11.7.1 for PNS75 and section 11.7.2 for PNS125).
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WARNING
Tab. 6: Scanning range when
using 1 or 2 deflector mirrors
Do not use deflector mirrors if the formation of droplets or heavy contamination of the
deflector mirrors is to be expected!
The formation of droplets of heavy contamination can be detrimental to the reflection
behaviour. The protective function of the system will be affected and the system will thus
become unsafe. This would mean that the operator is at risk.
Deflector mirror
14 mm
30 mm
1 × PNS75
4.4 m
5.0 m
2 × PNS75
2.4 m
3.3 m
1 × PNS125
4.4 m
5.3 m
2 × PNS125
2.8 m
3.8 m
The information in the table relates to 90° beam deflection per mirror and a protective
field height of 900 mm. If you need more advice on mirror applications, please get in touch
with your contact at SICK.
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3.4.4
Sender test
The C4000 sender (except C4000 Eco M12 × 4 + FE) has a test input for checking the
sender and the related receiver. During the test, the sender no longer emits light beams.
Thus, it simulates — for the receiver — an interruption of the protective field.
• During the test the sender indicates ν.
• The test is successful, if the C4000 receiver switches to red, i.e. the switching outputs
(OSSDs) are deactivated.
Note
C4000 sender and receiver are self-testing. You only need to configure the function of the
sender test if this is necessary for an older existing application.
In order to perform a sender test, a means of controlling the test input must be available.
The electrical connection at the test input is described in chapter 5.6 “Test input (sender
test)” on page 34.
3.5
Status indicators
The LEDs and the 7-segment display of sender and receiver signal the operating status of
the C4000.
3.5.1
Status indicators of the sender
Fig. 6: Status indicators of
the sender
C4000 Micro
C4000 Basic/Eco
Yellow
7-segment display
Tab. 7: Status indicators of
the sender
Display
Meaning
Ν Yellow
δ
System error. The device is defective. Replace the sender.
ν
The device is in the test mode.
τ
Non-coded operation (only after switching on)
Other
displays
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Status indicators of the receiver
Fig. 7: Status indicators of
the receiver
C4000 Basic/Eco
C4000 Micro
Orange
Yellow
Red
Green
7-segment
display
Tab. 8: Status indicators of
the receiver
Display
Meaning
Ν Orange
Cleaning or realignment required
∏ Yellow
Reset required
Ν Red
Ν Green
System providing signals for shutting down the machine
(switching output off)
System enabled (switching output on)
δ
System error. The device is defective. Replace the receiver.
/
Poor alignment to sender.
Please refer to chapter 6.2 “Aligning sender and receiver” on page 37.
0
1
∩
Approx. 1 s. Device waits for start-up configuration (Only after switching on.
See section 7.4 “Start-up configuration” on page 40).
γ
Approx. 0.5 s. Only for systems with a resolution of 14 mm and a scanning
range of 1–5 m: Operation with large protective field width (only after
switching on)
τ
Non-coded operation (only after switching on)
Other
displays
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4
Installation and mounting
This chapter describes the preparation and completion of the installation of the safety light
curtain C4000. The installation and mounting requires two steps:
• determining the necessary safety distance
• installation with swivel mount or side brackets
The following steps are necessary after mounting and installation:
• making the electrical connections (chapter 5)
• aligning sender and receiver (chapter 6.2)
• checking the installation (chapter 6.3)
4.1
Determining the safety distance
The light curtain must be mounted with the correct safety distance
• from the hazardous point
• from reflective surfaces

WARNING
No protective function without large enough safety distance!
The reliable protective effect of the light curtain depends on the system being mounted
with the correct safety distance from the hazardous point.
4.1.1
Safety distance from the hazardous point
A safety distance must be maintained between the light curtain and the hazardous point.
This safety distance ensures that the hazardous point can only be reached after the dangerous state of the machine has been completely stopped.
The safety distance as defined in EN ISO 13 855 and EN ISO 13 857 depends on:
• stopping/run-down time of the machine or system
(The stopping/run-down time is shown in the machine documentation or must be determined by taking a measurement.)
• response time of the entire protective device, e.g. C4000 (response times see chapter
“Response time” on page 49)
• reach or approach speed
• resolution of the light curtain and/or beam separation
• other parameters that are stipulated by the standard depending on the application
Under the authority of OSHA and ANSI the safety distance as specified by
ANSI B11.19:2003-04, Annex D and Code of Federal Regulations, Volume 29,
Part 1910.217 … (h) (9) (v) depends on:
• stopping/run-down time of the machine or system
(The stopping/run-down time is shown in the machine documentation or must be determined by taking a measurement.)
• response time of the entire protective device, e.g. C4000 (response times see chapter
“Response time” on page 49)
• reach or approach speed
• other parameters that are stipulated by the standard depending on the application
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Fig. 8: Safety distance from
the hazardous point
Safety distance S (Ds)
Protective field height
Hazardous
point
Distance to avoid
standing behind the safety curtain ′ 75 mm
How to calculate the safety distance S according to EN ISO 13 855 and EN ISO 13 857:
Note
The following calculation shows an example calculation of the safety distance. Depending
on the application and the ambient conditions, a different calculation may be necessary.
⋅ First, calculate S using the following formula:
S = 2000 × T + 8 × (d – 14) [mm]
Where …
T = Stopping/run-down time of the machine
+ Response time of the protective device after light path interruption [s]
d = Resolution of the light curtain [mm]
S = Safety distance [mm]
The reach/approach speed is already included in the formula.
⋅ If the result S is ′ 500 mm, then use the determined value as the safety distance.
⋅ If the result S is > 500 mm, then recalculate S as follows:
S = 1600 × T + 8 × (d – 14) [mm]
⋅ If the new value S is > 500 mm, then use the newly determined value as the minimum
safety distance.
⋅ If the new value S is ′ 500 mm, then use 500 mm as the minimum safety distance.
Example:
Stopping/run-down time of the machine = 290 ms
Response time after light path interruption = 30 ms
Resolution of the light curtain = 14 mm
T = 290 ms + 30 ms = 320 ms = 0.32 s
S = 2000 × 0.32 + 8 × (14 – 14) = 640 mm
S > 500 mm, therefore:
S = 1600 × 0.32 + 8 × (14 – 14) = 512 mm
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How to calculate the safety distance Ds according to ANSI B11.19:2003-04, Annex D
and Code of Federal Regulations, Volume 29, Part 1910.217 … (h) (9) (v):
Note
The following calculation shows an example calculation of the safety distance. Depending
on the application and the ambient conditions, a different calculation may be necessary.
⋅ Calculate Ds using the following formula:
Ds = Hs × (Ts + Tc +Tr + Tbm) + Dpf
Where …
Ds = The minimum distance in inches (or millimetres) from the hazardous point to the
protective device
Hs = A parameter in inches/second or millimetres/second, derived from data on
approach speeds of the body or parts of the body. Often 63 inches/second
(1600 millimetres/second) is used for Hs.
Ts = Stopping/run down time of the machine tool measured at the final control
element
Tc = Stopping/run-down time of the control system
Tr
= Response time of the entire protective device after light path interruption
Tbm = Additional response time allowed for brake monitor to compensate for wear
Note
Any additional response times must be accounted for in this calculation.
Dpf = An additional distance added to the overall safety distance required. This value is
based on intrusion toward the hazardous point prior to actuation of the electrosensitive protective equipment (ESPE). Values range from 0.25 inches to 48 inches (6 millimetres to 1220 millimeters) or more depending on application.
Example:
In opto-electronic protecting, such as with a perpendicular safety light curtain
applications with object sensitivity (effective resolution) less than 2.5 inches
(64 millimetres), the Dpf can be approximated based on the following formula:
Dpf (inches) = 3.4 × (Object Sensitivity – 0.276), but not less than 0.
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4.1.2
Minimum distance to reflective surfaces
The light beams from the sender may be deflected by reflective surfaces. This can result in
failure to identify an object.
All reflective surfaces and objects (e.g. material bins) must therefore be located at a minimum distance a from the protective field of the system. The minimum distance a depends
on the distance D between sender and receiver.
Fig. 9: Minimum distance to
reflective surfaces
Reflective surface
Field of view
Minimum distance a
Distance D sender-receiver
Note
The field of view of the sender and receiver optics is identical.
How to determine the minimum distance from reflective surfaces:
⋅ Determine the distance D [m] sender-receiver.
⋅ Read the minimum distance a [mm] from the graph:
Fig. 10: Graph, minimum
distance from reflective
surfaces
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4.2

WARNING
Fig. 11: Unwanted
influencing of a 2nd
C4000 system.
The receiver θ of the 2nd
system is affected by the
beams of the 1st system.
Protection from affecting systems in close proximity
Prevent the affection of systems mounted in close proximity
If several safety light curtains operate in close proximity to each other, the sender beams
of one system may interfere with the receiver of another system. This can disrupt the protective function of the system. This would mean that the operator is at risk. You must avoid
such mounting scenarios or take appropriate measures, e.g. by mounting non-reflective
sight protection walls or by reversing the transmission direction of a system.
st
Beams of the 1 system
Affected 2nd system
Fig. 12: Reversing the
transmission direction of
systems in close proximity.
The sender Ρ of the 2nd
system is not affected by the
beams of the 1st system.
st
Beams of the 1 system
nd
2 system with reversed transmission direction
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4.3

WARNING
Steps for mounting the device
Special features to note during mounting:
⋅ Always mount the sender and receiver parallel to one another.
⋅ During mounting, make sure that sender and receiver are aligned correctly. The optical
lens systems of sender and receiver must be located in exact opposition to each other;
the display elements must be mounted at the same height. The system plugs of both
devices must point in the same direction.
⋅ Take suitable measures to attenuate vibration if the shock requirements are above the
values given in chapter 10.1 “Data sheet” on page 45.
⋅ Observe the safety distance of the system during mounting. On this topic read the
chapter “Determining the safety distance” on page 19.
⋅ Mount the safety light curtain such that the hazardous point cannot be reached from
below, above or behind the safety light curtain and that the light curtain cannot be
repositioned.
Fig. 13: The correct
installation (above) must
eliminate the errors (below)
stepping behind, reaching
below and reaching above.
⋅ Once the system is mounted, one or several of the enclosed self-adhesive safety
information labels must be affixed.
– Use only information labels in the language which the operators of the machine
understand.
– Affix the information labels such that they are easily visible by the operators during
operation. After attaching additional objects and equipment, the information labels
must not be concealed from view.
– Affix the information label “Important Notices” to the system in close proximity to
sender and receiver.
The senders and receivers can be mounted in two different ways:
• mounting with swivel mount bracket
• mounting with side bracket
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4.3.1
Mounting with swivel mount bracket
The swivel mount bracket is made of black plastic. The bracket is designed such that sender and receiver can still be accurately aligned even after the bracket has been mounted.
The swivel mount bracket is also suitable for mounting the deflector mirrors PNS75 and
PNS125 (see chapter 10.4.5 f. on page 54 f.).
Note
⋅ Attach the bolts of the swivel mount bracket with a torque of between 2.5 and 3 Nm.
Higher torques can damage the bracket; lower torques provide inadequate protection
against vibration.
Fig. 14: Composition of the
swivel mount bracket
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Fig. 15: Mounting sender and
receiver using swivel mount
brackets
0
1
2
3
Notes
⋅ Mount the bolts marked with 0 to 3 on the operator side of the system to ensure that
they remain accessible after mounting and to allow you to readjust the light curtain
later, if necessary.
⋅ If you wish to use the additional front screen (see “Additional front screen (weld spark
guard)” on page 61), make sure that the curved side of the device remains accessible
after mounting.
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4.3.2
Mounting with side bracket
The side bracket is made of die cast zinc. It is enamelled in black. The side bracket will be
covered by the device after mounting. But it is only suitable for mounting surfaces lying
parallel to the desired protective field because the alignment of sender and receiver can
only be adjusted by a maximum of °2.5° after mounting.
Fig. 16: Composition of the
side bracket
Part No. 2019506
Notes
⋅ Attach the bolts of the side bracket with a torque of between 5 and 6 Nm. Higher
torques can damage the bracket; lower torques provide inadequate protection against
vibration.
⋅ When mounting the bracket, note the distance and the position of the sliding nuts as
described in chapter 10.4 “Dimensional drawings” on page 51 f.
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Fig. 17: Mounting the C4000
with side bracket
Sliding nut
0
1
Sliding nut
Notes
⋅ When mounting the side bracket make sure that the bolts marked 0 and 1 remain
accessible, allowing you later to adjust and lock the light curtain in position.
⋅ If you wish to use the additional front screen (see “Additional front screen (weld spark
guard)” on page 61), make sure that the curved side of the device remains accessible
after mounting.
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Electrical installation

WARNING
Switch the entire machine/system off line!
The machine/system could unintentionally start up while you are connecting the devices.
⋅ Ensure that the entire machine/system is disconnected during the electrical installation.
Ensure that downstream contactors are monitored!
Downstream contactors must be positively guided and monitored (see section 5.4 “External device monitoring (EDM)” on page 33)!
Connect OSSD1 and OSSD2 separately!
You are not allowed to connect OSSD1 and OSSD2 together, otherwise signal safety will
not be ensured.
⋅ Ensure that the machine controller processes the two signals separately.
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Prevent the formation of a potential difference between the load and the protective
device!
Notes
OSSD1
Safety output 1
OSSD2
Safety output 2
OSSD1
Safety output 1
OSSD2
Safety output 2
⋅ If you connect loads that are not reverse-polarity protected to the OSSDs or the safety
outputs, you must connect the 0 V connections of these loads and those of the corresponding protective device individually and directly to the same 0 V terminal strip. This is
the only way to ensure that, in the event of a defect, there can be no potential difference between the 0 V connections of the loads and those of the corresponding protective device.
• The two outputs are protected against short-circuits to 24 V DC and 0 V. When the light
path is clear, the signal level on the outputs is HIGH DC (at potential), when the light
beams are interrupted or there is a device fault the outputs are LOW DC.
• The safety light curtain C4000 meets the interference suppression requirements (EMC)
for industrial use (interference suppression class A). When used in residential areas it
can cause interference.
• To ensure full electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), functional earthing (FE) must be
connected.
• The external voltage supply of the device must be capable of buffering brief mains voltage failures of 20 ms as specified in EN 60 204-1. Suitable power supplies are available as accessories from SICK (SICK Power Supply 50 W (Part number 7028789)/SICK
Power Supply 95 W (Part number 7028790)).
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5.1
System connection C4000 Basic (M26 × 6 + FE)
Fig. 18: Pin assignment
system connection
C4000 Basic (M26 × 6 + FE)
ρ
4
3
θ
2
FE
5
Tab. 9: Pin assignment
system connection
C4000 Basic (M26 × 6 + FE)
Pin Wire colour
2
3
4
FE
ρ Sender
θ Receiver
24 V DC input (voltage supply)
24 V DC input (voltage supply)
2
Blue
0 V DC (voltage supply)
0 V DC (voltage supply)
3
Grey
Test input:
0 V: External test active
24 V: External test inactive
OSSD1 (switching output 1)
4
Pink
Reserved
OSSD2 (switching output 2)
5
Red
Reserved
Start-up configuration 1
6
Yellow
Reserved
External device monitoring
(EDM) or start-up configuration 2
Functional earthing
Functional earthing
System connection C4000 Eco (M12 × 4 + FE)
Fig. 19: Pin assignment
system connection
C4000 Eco (M12 × 4 + FE)
Subject to change without notice
5
Brown
5.2
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6
1
FE Green
Tab. 10: Pin assignment
system connection
C4000 Eco (M12 × 4 + FE)
6
1
ρ
Pin Wire colour
θ
ρ Sender
θ Receiver
1
Brown
24 V DC input (voltage supply)
24 V DC input (voltage supply)
2
White
Reserved
OSSD1 (switching output 1)
3
Blue
0 V DC (voltage supply)
0 V DC (voltage supply)
4
Black
Reserved
OSSD2 (switching output 2)
5
Grey
Functional earthing
Functional earthing
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System connection C4000 Micro/Basic Plus
(M12 × 7 + FE)
Fig. 20: Pin assignment
system connection
C4000 Micro/Basic Plus
(M12 × 7 + FE)
ρ
Tab. 11: Pin assignment
system connection
C4000 Micro/Basic Plus
(M12 × 7 + FE)
4
1 FE
7 6
7
2
3
2
4
1
3
ρ Sender
θ Receiver
5
1
White
Reserved
Reset/restart or start-up
configuration 2
2
Brown
24 V DC input (voltage supply)
24 V DC input (voltage supply)
3
Green
Reserved
Start-up configuration 11)
4
Yellow
Reserved
External device monitoring
(EDM)1)
5
Grey
Test input:
0 V: External test active
24 V: External test inactive
OSSD1 (switching output 1)
6
Pink
Reserved
OSSD2 (switching output 2)
7
Blue
0 V DC (voltage supply)
0 V DC (voltage supply)
Functional earthing
Functional earthing
FE Screen
32
5
Pin Wire colour
1)
θ
6 FE
Pins 3 and 4 of the receiver connection are jumped internally.
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5.4
External device monitoring (EDM)
The EDM checks if the contactors actually de-energise when the protective device
responds. If, after an attempted reset, the EDM does not detect a response from the
switched device within 300 ms, the EDM will deactivate the OSSD switching outputs again.
Fig. 21: Connecting the
contact elements to the EDM
ρ
θ
k2
24 V DC
k1
OSSD1
EDM
K1
0 V DC
OSSD2
K2
You must implement the external device monitoring electrically by the positive closing
action of both N/C contacts (k1, k2) when the contact elements (K1, K2) reach their deenergised position after the protective device has responded. 24 V is then applied at the
input of the EDM. If 24 V is not present after the response of the protective device, then
one of the contact elements is faulty and the external device monitoring prevents the
machine starting up again.
Notes
• If the contact elements to be monitored are connected to the external device monitoring
(EDM) input, then the safety light curtain activates external device monitoring during the
next start-up and saves this configuration in the device.
• You can again deactivate the external device monitoring at a later time by using the
start-up configuration (see section 7.4 “Start-up configuration” on page 40). In this
case, pin 6 (C4000 Basic) and pin 4 (C4000 Micro/Basic Plus), respectively, must not
be connected to 24 V.
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5.5
Reset button
When using C4000 Micro or C4000 Basic (see section 3.4.1 “Restart interlock” on page
14), the operator must press the reset button prior to restart.
Note

WARNING
If you use the C4000 Micro/Basic without restart interlock, then you must implement the
restart interlock externally, i.e. on the machine.
Select the correct installation site for the reset button!
Install the reset button outside the hazardous area such that it cannot be operated from
inside the hazardous area. When operating the reset button, the operator must have full
visual command of the hazardous area.
Fig. 22: Connection
of the reset button
on the C4000
Micro/Basic
ρ
θ
Pin 1
Reset button
24 V DC
Note
You must activate the restart interlock function, otherwise the reset button remains
without function during operation. (See chapter 7.2 “Activating the restart interlock” on
page 40.)
5.6
Fig. 23: Connection of the
sender test button
Test input (sender test)
ρ
C4000 Basic: Pin 3
C4000 Micro: Pin 5
θ
Sender test control, e.g.
using button
24 V DC
The sender test is performed when 0 V is present at the test input.
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5.7
Note
Switching examples
Please observe the respective operating instructions of the integrated devices!
5.7.1
C4000 Basic on UE48-20S/UE48-30S with restart interlock and EDM
The C4000 Basic light curtain can be integrated in the switching amplifiers UE48-20S or
UE48-30S. Operation is carried out with restart lock and EDM.
Fig. 24: Switching example
for C4000 Basic on
UE48-20S
Mode of operation:
If the light path is not interrupted, the outputs OSSD1 and OSSD2 are energised. The
system is ready to switch on when K1 and K2 are in the de-energised position. Pressing
the button S1 switches on the UE48 switching amplifier. The contacts 13-14 and 23-24 of
the UE48 activate the contact elements K1 and K2.
If the light path is interrupted, the outputs OSSD1 and OSSD2 are de-energised. This
switches off the UE48 and deactivates K1, K2.
Possible fault sources:
Cross and short-circuiting of the outputs OSSD1 and OSSD2 are detected and lead to a
lock-out. Malfunctions of the contact elements K1 and K2 are detected; the switch-off
function remains active.
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C4000 Micro/Basic on UE10-30S without restart interlock, with EDM
The C4000 Micro/Basic light curtain can be integrated in the UE10-30S switching amplifier. Operation is carried out without a restart interlock but with an EDM.
Fig. 25: Switching example
for C4000 Micro/Basic on
UE10-30S
Mode of operation:
If the light path is not interrupted and the UE10 is in the de-energised position, the system
is released for use. The outputs OSSD1 and OSSD2 are energised. This switches on the
UE10.
If the light path is interrupted, the outputs OSSD1 and OSSD2 are de-energised. This
switches off the UE10.
Possible fault sources:
Cross and short-circuiting of the outputs OSSD1 and OSSD2 are detected and lead to a
lock-out. Malfunctions of the UE10 are detected; the switch-off function remains active.
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Commissioning

WARNING
Commissioning requires a thorough check by qualified safety personnel!
Before you operate a system protected by the safety light curtain C4000 for the first time,
make sure that the system is first checked and approved by qualified safety personnel.
Please read the notes in chapter “On safety” on page 8.
6.1
Display sequence during start-up
After the system is activated, sender and receiver go through a power-up cycle.
The 7-segment display indicates the device status during the power-up cycle.
The display values have the following meaning:
Tab. 12: Displays shown
during the power-up cycle
Display
, , , ,
, , , 
Testing the 7-segment display. All segments are activated
sequentially.
γ
Approx. 0.5 s. Only for systems with a resolution of 14 mm and a
scanning range of 1–5 m: Operation with large protective field width
τ
Approx. 0.5 s. Uncoded operation. This display is due to reasons of
compatibility to other C4000 systems.
∩
Approx. 1 s. Device waits for start-up configuration (see section 7.4
“Start-up configuration” on page 40).
/, 0 or 1
Receivers only: Receiver-sender alignment incorrect (see “Aligning
sender and receiver” below).
Other display
6.2
Meaning
Device error. See “Fault diagnosis” on page 43.
Aligning sender and receiver
After the light curtain has been mounted and connected, the sender and receiver must be
aligned precisely in relation to each other.
How to align sender and receiver in relation to each other:

WARNING
Secure the plant/system. No dangerous movement possible!
Make sure that the dangerous state of the machine is (and remains) switched off! During
the alignment process, the outputs of the safety light curtain are not allowed to have any
effect on the machine.
⋅ Loosen the clamping bolts which hold the light curtain in place.
⋅ Switch on the power supply to the light curtain.
⋅ Watch the alignment information on the 7-segment display of the receiver (see Tab. 13).
Correct the alignment of the sender and receiver, until the 7-segment display goes off.
⋅ Using the clamping bolts, fix the light curtain in place.
⋅ Switch the power supply off and then back on again and check via the 7-segment
display whether the alignment is correct after tightening the clamping bolts (Tab. 13).
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The display values have the following meaning:
Tab. 13: Display values
during the alignment of
sender and receiver
Display
Meaning
/
The receiver cannot synchronise with the sender; the alignment is very
poor.
0
Some light beams do not hit the receiver.
1
All the light beams hit the receiver, but the alignment is still slightly off.
No display The alignment is now true; the devices must be locked in this position.
Notes
• If the optimum alignment (= no display) persists for longer than 2 minutes without the
light beam being interrupted, the system automatically deactivates the alignment mode.
• If you wish to read just the alignment later, switch the power supply of the C4000 off
and back on again.
6.3
Test notes
6.3.1
Tests before the first commissioning
Check the protective device as described below and in accordance with the applicable
standards and regulations.
⋅ Check the effectiveness of the protective device mounted to the machine, using all
selectable operating modes as specified in the checklist in the annex (see 12.2 on
page 66).
⋅ Make sure that the operating personnel of the machine protected by the safety light
curtain are correctly instructed by qualified safety personnel before being allowed to
operate the machine. Instructing the operating personnel is the responsibility of the
machine owner.
⋅ Annex 12.2 of this document shows a checklist for review by the manufacturer and
OEM. Use this checklist as a reference before commissioning the system for the first
time.
6.3.2
Regular inspection of the protective device by qualified safety personnel
⋅ Check the system, following the inspection intervals specified in the national rules and
regulations. This procedure ensures that any changes on the machine or manipulations
of the protective device are detected before use/re-use.
⋅ If any modifications have been made to the machine or the protective device, or if the
safety light curtain has been changed or repaired, the system must be checked again as
specified in the checklist in the annex.
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6.3.3
Daily functional checks of the protective device
The effectiveness of the protective device must be checked daily by a specialist or by
authorised personnel, using the correct test rod.
Note
Always test along the complete hazardous area to be protected, never solely at the mounting position of the light curtain.
How to check the effectiveness and correct function of the safety light curtain:
⋅ Select the correct test rod depending on device resolution.

WARNING
Do not operate the machine if the green or yellow LED is lit during the test!
If the green or yellow LED lights up during the test even for a short period, work must stop
at the machine. In this case the installation of the safety light curtain must be checked by
qualified safety personnel (see chapter 4).
⋅ Before inserting the test rod, check …
– if, for the C4000 Micro or C4000 Basic Plus (M12 × 7+ FE) with de-activated internal
restart interlock or the C4000 Basic, the green LED lights up.
– if, for the C4000 Micro with activated internal restart interlock, the yellow LED
flashes (“Reset required”).
If this is not the case, make sure that this condition is reached. The test is otherwise
meaningless.
⋅ Move the test rod slowly through the area to be protected, as shown under 0 in Fig. 26.
⋅ Then, guide the test rod along the edges of the area to be protected as shown under 1
in Fig. 26. This procedure allows you to test if the point-of-operation guard/reaching behind protection is functioning correctly (see chapter 4.3 “Steps for mounting the device”
on page 24).
⋅ If you use one or more deflector mirrors (e.g. PNS), then also guide the test rod slowly
through the area to be protected directly in front of the mirrors.
Note
Fig. 26: Daily checks of the
protective device
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0
1
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Configuration
7.1
Delivery status
The C4000, as supplied, is parameterised ready for protective operation:
• EDM deactivated
• Internal restart interlock deactivated
7.2
Activating the restart interlock
To activate the restart interlock, a reset button must be connected to the
C4000 Micro/Basic (see page 34).
How to activate the internal restart interlock of the C4000 Micro/Basic:

WARNING
Ensure the machine is in a safe condition!
While you configure the safety light curtain, the machine could start unintentionally.
⋅ Ensure that the whole system is in a safe condition during the configuration process.
⋅ Switch the safety light curtain off.
⋅ Keep the reset button pressed.
⋅ Switch the safety light curtain on again. The LED Ν Yellow lights up.
⋅ Release the reset button. The LED ∏ Yellow begins to flash.
⋅ Press the reset button again within 5 seconds. The safety light curtain now activates the
restart interlock function and then immediately operates in protective operation mode.
⋅ Ensure that the machine is in a safe condition. Then check the function of the restart
interlock. If the restart interlock has not been activated, then repeat the whole process.
Notes
The configuration of the restart interlock is permanently saved in the device. The restart
interlock can only be deactivated by the start-up configuration (see below).
7.3
Activating external device monitoring
You do not have to activate external device monitoring separately. If the contact elements
to be monitored are connected to the external device monitoring (EDM) input, then the
safety light curtain activates external device monitoring during the next start-up and saves
this configuration in the device.
7.4
Start-up configuration
To avoid unintended configuration changes, the configurable functions of restart interlock
and external device monitoring can only be deactivated when switching the system on.
This procedure is only required if you have to change the application or if the safety light
curtain is to be used on another machine.
Notes
• You can only deactivate the functions of restart interlock and external device monitoring
together. If you want to deactivate only one of the two functions then you must, after the
start-up configuration, reactivate the respective other function.
• The start-up configuration requires that the assignment of the unit’s inputs be switched
over quickly. Ask for the assistance of the electrician responsible, if required.
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How to deactivate the restart interlock and external device monitoring:

WARNING
Note
Ensure the machine is in a safe condition!
While you configure the safety light curtain, the machine could start unintentionally.
⋅ Ensure that the whole system is in a safe condition during the configuration process.
Only authorised personnel must perform the start-up configuration.
Fig. 27: Time sequence
diagram of the start-up
configuration
(n. c. = not connected)
2s
2s
2s
2s
24 V DC
Start-up
configuration 1
n. c.
24 V DC
Start-up
configuration 2
n. c.
0
1
2
3
4
⋅ Switch the safety light curtain off.
⋅ If an EDM is connected, disconnect the wiring.
⋅ Connect the start-up configuration 1 and start-up configuration 2 inputs.
⋅ Switch the safety light curtain on. The 7-segment display shows ∩ as confirmation. 0
⋅ Within the next 2 seconds, connect the start-up configuration 1 and start-up configuration 2 inputs with 24 V. The 7-segment display shows ⊃ as confirmation. 1
⋅ Disconnect the inputs start-up configuration 1 and Switch-on configuration 2 from 24 V
within the next 2 seconds. The 7-segment display shows ∩ as confirmation. 2
⋅ Once again, connect the start-up configuration 1 and start-up configuration 2 inputs
with 24 V, within the next 2 seconds. The 7-segment display shows ⊃ as confirmation
for 2 seconds. 3
⋅ Disconnect the inputs start-up configuration 1 and start-up configuration 2 from 24 V
within the next 2 seconds. After successful completion of the start-up configuration, the
7-segment display shows 4. 4
⋅ Switch the safety light curtain off.
⋅ Remove the connecting cables of the external device monitoring, if you do not want to
use this function any more.
⋅ Switch the safety light curtain on again. External device monitoring and restart interlock
are now deactivated.
⋅ Verify the effectiveness of the protective device as described in chapter 6.3 “Test
notes” on page 38.
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8
Care and maintenance
The safety light curtain C4000 is maintenance-free. The front screen of the safety light
curtain C4000 and any additional front screen(s) (see “Additional front screen (weld spark
guard)” on page 61) should be cleaned at regular intervals and when dirty.
⋅ Do not use aggressive cleaning agents.
⋅ Do not use abrasive cleaning agents.
Note
Static charges cause dust particles to be attracted to the front screen. You can prevent
this effect by using the antistatic plastic cleaner (SICK part number 5600006) and the
SICK lens cloth (part number 4003353).
How to clean the front screen and/or the additional front screen (optional extra):
⋅ Use a clean and soft brush to remove dust from the front screen.
⋅ Then wipe the front screen with a clean and damp cloth.
Note
⋅ After cleaning, check the position of sender and receiver to make sure that the protective device cannot be bypassed (reaching above, below or stepping behind).
⋅ Verify the effectiveness of the protective device as described in chapter 6.3 “Test
notes” on page 38.
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9
Fault diagnosis
This chapter describes how to identify and remedy errors and malfunctions during the
operation of the safety light curtain.
9.1

WARNING
What to do in case of faults
Cease operation if the cause of the malfunction has not been clearly identified!
Stop the machine if you cannot clearly identify or allocate the error and if you cannot safely
remedy the malfunction.
The system state “Lock-out”
In case of certain faults or an erroneous configuration, the system can go into the “Lockout” state. The 7-segment display on the safety light curtain then indicates δ, ε or κ. To
place the device back in operation:
⋅ Rectify the cause of the fault as per Tab. 15.
⋅ Switch the power supply for the C4000 off and on again (e.g. by unplugging the system
plug and reinserting it).
9.2
SICK Support
If you cannot remedy an error with the help of the information provided in this chapter,
please contact your local SICK representative.
9.3
Error displays of the diagnostics LEDs
This chapter explains the meaning of the error displays of the LEDs and how to respond.
Please refer to the description in chapter “Status indicators” on page 17.
Tab. 14: Error displays of the
LEDs
Display
Ν Orange
LED of receiver
lights up
Possible cause
Weak signal
Remedying the error
⋅ Check the alignment of sender
and receiver.
⋅ Check the front screen (dirt)
and clean, if necessary.
∏ Yellow
LED of receiver
flashes
Reset required
⋅ Press the reset button.
ν Yellow
LED of sender
fails to light up
No operating
voltage, or voltage
too low
⋅ Check the voltage supply and
activate, if necessary.
ν Red and Neither the red
ν Green
nor the green
receiver LED
lights up
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9.4
Error displays of the 7-segment display
This chapter explains the meaning of the error displays of the 7-segment display and how
to respond to the messages. Please refer to section “ Status indicators” on page 17 for a
description of the 7-segment display.
Tab. 15: Error displays of the
7-segment display
Display
Possible cause
/, 0 or
1
Inadequate alignment
Remedying the error
⋅ Re-align sender and receiver (see page 37).
The display extinguishes 2 minutes after the
system has been correctly aligned.
7
or
∋
EDM error
8
Reset button fault
⋅ Check the contacts and their wiring, eliminate
any wiring errors, if necessary.
⋅ If ∋ is displayed, switch the device off and back
on again.
⋅ Check the reset button for correct function. The
button may be defective or stuck.
⋅ Check the wiring of the reset button/for any
short-circuit to 24 V.
System error
⋅ Replace the unit (receiver or sender).
Overcurrent at
switching output 1
⋅ Check the contactor. Replace, if necessary.
ε?1
Short-circuit at
switching output 1
⋅ Check the wiring for short-circuit to 24 V.
ε?2
Short-circuit at
switching output 1
⋅ Check the wiring for short-circuit to 0 V.
ε?3
Overcurrent at
switching output 2
⋅ Check the contactor. Replace, if necessary.
ε?4
Short-circuit at
switching output 2
⋅ Check the wiring for short-circuit to 24 V.
ε?5
Short-circuit at
switching output 2
⋅ Check the wiring for short-circuit to 0 V.
ε?6
Short-circuit between
switching output
1 and 2
⋅ Check the wiring and rectify the error.
κ?1
Invalid configuration of ⋅ Verify that the machine-side EDM is connected
the EDM
correctly.
κ?2
External sender
detected
δ
ε?0
⋅ Check the wiring for short-circuit to 0 V.
⋅ Check the wiring for short-circuit to 0 V.
⋅ Check the distance from reflective surfaces
(page 22) or from other light curtains.
⋅ Swap sender and receiver (inversion of the beam
direction) or fit non-reflective partition walls.
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κ?5
Start-up configuration
not successfully
completed
⋅ Repeat the start-up configuration
κ?8
Supply voltage too low
⋅ Check the supply voltage and the power supply.
If necessary, replace defective components.
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Technical specifications
10.1
Data sheet
Tab. 16: Technical data
C4000 Basic/Micro/Eco
Minimum
Typical
Maximum
General system data
Type
Type 4 (IEC 61 496-1)
2)
Safety integrity level
SIL claim limit
2)
SILCL3 (EN 62 061)
Category
Category 4 (EN ISO 13 849-1)
2)
Performance Level
PL e (EN ISO 13 849-1)
PFHd (mean probability of a
dangerous failure per hour)
15 × 10–9
TM (mission time)
20 years (EN ISO 13 849-1)
Protective field height, depending
on type
C4000 Basic/Basic Plus/Eco
300 mm to 1800 mm
C4000 Micro
14 mm and 30 mm
Protection class
III (EN 61 140)
Enclosure rating
Supply voltage UV at device3)
Residual ripple4) (SELV)
Synchronisation
Power-up delay of sender and
receiver before ready
IP 65 (IEC 60 529)
19.2 V
24 V
3)
4)
Subject to change without notice
150 mm to 1200 mm
Resolution, depending on type
Protective field width
Resolution 14 mm
Resolution 30 mm
2)
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0m
0m
5m
6m
28.8 V
° 10 %
Optical, without separate synchronisation
8s
For detailed information on the exact design of your machine/system, please contact your local SICK
representative.
The external voltage supply must be capable of buffering brief mains failures of 20 ms as specified in
EN 60 204-1. Suitable power supplies are available as accessories from SICK (SICK Power Supply 50 W (Part
number 7028789)/SICK Power Supply 95 W (Part number 7028790)).
Within the limits of UV.
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Minimum
Typical
Maximum
ρ Sender unit
Test input
Input voltage5) HIGH (active)
Input current HIGH
Switching voltage LOW
(inactive)
Input current LOW5)
Response time to test
Wavelength of sender
Power consumption
Weight
11 V
7 mA
24 V
10 mA
30 V
20 mA
–30 V
0V
5V
–3.5 mA
0 mA
0.5 mA
Depending on the number of beams, maximum
150 ms
950 nm
0.35 A
Depending on protective field height (see page 50)
θ Receiver unit
Switching outputs (OSSDs)
Response time
2 PNP semiconductor, short-circuit protected6),
cross-circuit monitored
See chapter 10.2 on page 49
Switch off time
Switch on time
100 ms
Switching voltage7) HIGH
(active, Ueff)
Switching voltage7) LOW
(inactive)
Switching current
Leakage current8)
Load capacity
15 V
24 V
2.5 × response
time
28.8 V
0V
0V
2V
Switching sequence
Depending on load inductance
0 mA
500 mA
0.25 mA
2.2 λF
9)
2.2 H
Load inductance
Test pulse data10)
Test pulse width
Test pulse rate
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
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120 λs
3 ¹/s
150 λs
5 ¹/s
300 λs
10 ¹/s
As per IEC 61 131-2.
Applies to the voltage range between –30 V and +30 V.
As per IEC 61 131-2.
In the case of a fault (0 V cable open circuit) the max. leakage current flows in the OSSD cable. The downstream controller must detect this status as LOW. A safe PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) must be able to
identify this status.
The maximum rated load inductance is higher with lower switching sequence.
When active, the outputs are tested cyclically (brief LOW). When selecting the downstream controllers, make
sure that the test pulses do not result in deactivation when using the above parameters.
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Minimum
Typical
Permissible cable resistance
Between device and load11)
Supply lead
Power consumption
External device monitoring (EDM)
input
Input voltage12) HIGH (inactive)
Input current HIGH
Input voltage12) LOW (active)
Input current LOW
Contactors
Permissible dropout time
Permissible pick-up time
Maximum
2.5 Ω
1Ω
0.45 A + max.
1 A OSSD load
11 V
6 mA
–30 V
–2.5 mA
24 V
10 mA
0V
0 mA
30 V
20 mA
5V
0.5 mA
300 ms
300 ms
Control switch input
(reset button)
Input voltage12) HIGH (active)
Input current HIGH
Input voltage12) LOW (inactive)
Input current LOW
Operation time control switch
input
Weight
11)
12)
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11 V
6 mA
–30 V
–2.5 mA
24 V
10 mA
0V
0 mA
30 V
20 mA
5V
0.5 mA
110 ms
Depending on protective field height (see page 50)
Make sure to limit the individual cable resistance to the downstream controller to this value to ensure that a
cross-circuit between the outputs is safely detected. (Also note EN 60 204 Electrical Machine Equipment,
Part 1: General Requirements.)
As per IEC 61 131-2.
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Minimum
Typical
Maximum
Operating data
Connection
C4000 Basic
M26 × 6 + FE
C4000 Eco
M12 × 4 + FE
C4000 Micro/Basic Plus
M12 × 7 + FE
13)
Line length and cross section
C4000 Basic
50 m/0.75 mm²
C4000 Eco
15 m/0.25 mm2
C4000 Micro/Basic Plus14)
15 m/0.25 mm²
Ambient operating temperature
Air humidity (non-dewing)
Storage temperature
Housing cross-section
C4000 Basic/Basic Plus/Eco
C4000 Micro
Rigidity
Shock resistance
13)
14)
0°C
15 %
–25°C
40 mm × 48 mm
28.5 mm × 33.5 mm
5 g, 10–55 Hz acc. to EN 60 068-2-6
10 g, 16 ms acc. to EN 60 068-2-27
Dependent on loading, power supply. The technical specifications must be observed.
If connection cables with large wire cross-section are used, the distance between the devices may be
2
extended. Possible cable lengths for M12 connectors (0.25 mm ) when extended with a larger wire crosssection area cable after x metres:
1 = Remaining cable length after extension in metres
2 = Cable length in metres with a wire cross-section
2
area of 0.25 mm
48
+55°C
95 %
+70°C
2
3 = Wire cross-section area of 2.5 mm
2
4 = Wire cross-section area of 1.0 mm
2
5 = Wire cross-section area of 0.5 mm
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10.2
Response time
The response time of the C4000 Basic/Micro/Eco is dependent on the number of beams
of the system.
How to determine the response time of the system:
⋅ Read the response times of the individual systems (shown on type label).
Note
If you are planning the application without actually having any devices available, you may
also determine the response time using Tab. 17 and Tab. 18:
⋅ Read from Tab. 17 the number of beams of the intended system by means of the
protective field height and the physical resolution.
⋅ Read from Tab. 18 the response time of the system by means of the number of beams.
Tab. 17: Number of beams
depending on the protective
field height and the physical
resolution
Number of beams for physical resolution
Protective field height
[mm]
150
300
450
600
750
900
1050
1200
1350
1500
1650
1800
Tab. 18: Response time
depending on the number of
beams
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
240
8
15
23
30
38
45
53
60
68
75
83
90
Response time
Number of beams
Response time
10
9 ms
10 ms
10 ms
10 ms
10 ms
11 ms
11 ms
11 ms
11 ms
12 ms
12 ms
12 ms
12 ms
13 ms
13 ms
14 ms
75
14 ms
14 ms
14 ms
15 ms
16 ms
16 ms
17 ms
18 ms
19 ms
19 ms
20 ms
20 ms
22 ms
23 ms
24 ms
26 ms
20
23
25
30
35
38
40
45
50
53
55
60
68
75
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30 mm
Number of beams
15
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80
83
90
100
105
120
135
140
150
160
165
180
200
220
240
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Tab. 19: Weight of sender
and receiver
10.3
Table of weights
10.3.1
C4000 Basic/Micro/Eco
50
Weight [g] C4000 Micro
ρ Sender
θ Receiver
ρ Sender
θ Receiver
150
—
—
275
290
300
820
850
370
385
450
1100
1130
510
525
600
1390
1420
650
665
750
1670
1700
795
810
900
1960
1990
940
955
1050
2250
2280
1085
1100
1200
2530
2560
1235
1250
1350
2820
2850
—
—
1500
3110
3140
—
—
1650
3390
3420
—
—
1800
3680
3710
—
—
10.3.2
Tab. 20: Weight of the
deflector mirrors PNS75
and PNS125
Weight [g] C4000 Basic/Eco
Protective field
height [mm]
Deflector mirrors PNS75 and PNS125
Weight [g]
Mirror height
[mm]
PNS75
PNS125
340
1035
1580
490
1435
2190
640
1850
2820
790
2270
3450
940
2680
4080
1090
3095
4710
1240
3510
5345
1390
3925
5980
1540
4340
6610
1690
4755
7240
1840
5170
7870
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10.4
Dimensional drawings
10.4.1
C4000 Basic/Basic Plus/Eco
40
20
14
6
approx. 130 (connector range)
76,5
approx. 100 (connector range)
S
L2
73
Straight cable socket
M26 × 6 + FE with
crimp contacts
10
approx. 56 (connector range)
57
DIN 43 651 plug (M26 × 6 + FE)
7
approx. 90 (connector range)
48
66
Angled cable socket
M26 × 6 + FE with
screw contacts
Sliding nut groove
for side mounting
45°
39
L1
A
10,5
100
2,2
10
47,8
22,4
1
3,5
Fig. 28: Dimensional drawing
C4000 Basic/Basic Plus/Eco
sender (mm)
Receiver mirror image
Cable sockets M12 × 7 + screen
Cable sockets M12 × 4 + screen
Tab. 21: Dimensions dependent on the protective field
height, C4000 Basic/Eco
sender
Protective field height
S [mm]
Dimension
L1 [mm]
Dimension
L2 [mm]
Dimension
A [mm]
300
372
523
674
824
975
1125
1274
1426
1577
1727
1878
417
568
718
869
1020
1170
1319
1471
1622
1772
1923
224
374
524
674
824
974
1124
1274
1424
1574
1724
450
600
750
900
1050
1200
1350
1500
1650
1800
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10.4.2
Fig. 29: Dimensional drawing
C4000 Micro sender (mm)
Receiver mirror image
C4000 Micro
28.5
33.5
19.3
16.5
2.2
1
3.5
9
14
6
10.5
Sliding nut groove
for side mounting
10
39
Cable sockets M12 × 7 + screen
Protective field height
S [mm]
Dimension
L1 [mm]
Dimension
L2 [mm]
Dimension
A [mm]
150
246
364
515
666
816
967
1117
1266
276
394
545
696
846
997
1147
1296
106
224
374
524
674
824
974
1124
300
450
600
750
900
1050
1200
52
approx. 56 (connector range)
57
approx. 90 (connector range)
Hirschmann plug M12 × 7 + FE
Tab. 22: Dimensions dependent on the protective field
height, C4000 Micro sender
45°
A
21
43.8
66
L1
L2
S
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Swivel mount bracket
Fig. 30: Dimensional drawing
swivel mount bracket (mm)
3.8
L1
13
8
44
D
L2
L3
Part No. 2019659 (for C4000 Basic/Eco and
deflector mirror PNS)
Part No. 2019649 (for C4000 Micro)
Tab. 23: Dimensions of the
swivel mount bracket
dependent on the housing
profile
Swivel mount for …
Dimension
D [mm]
Dimension
L1 [mm]
Dimension
L2 [mm]
Dimension
L3 [mm]
C4000 Basic/Eco,
PNS75 and PNS125
30.6
44.4
75
42
C4000 Micro
24
34.3
62
36
10.4.4
Side bracket
Fig. 31: Dimensional drawing,
side bracket (mm)
19
18
50
15
9
5.5
34.5
6
Part No. 2019506
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Deflector mirror PNS75
13.3
Fig. 32: Dimensional drawing
deflector mirror PNS75 (mm)
35
±60°
Mounting with
swivel mount bracket
(Part No. 2019659)
L3
10.5
A
73
L2
S
L1
4.5
2.5
6.5
Sliding nut groove for
side mounting
50
114
Tab. 24: Dimensions for the
deflector mirror PNS75
dependent on the mirror
height
Mirror height
S [mm]
Dimension
L1 [mm]
Dimension
L2 [mm]
Dimension
L3 [mm]
Dimension
A [mm]
340
372
396
460
440
490
522
546
610
590
640
672
696
760
740
790
822
846
910
890
940
972
996
1060
1040
1090
1122
1146
1210
1190
1240
1272
1296
1360
1340
1390
1422
1446
1510
1490
1540
1572
1596
1660
1640
1690
1722
1746
1810
1790
1840
1872
1896
1960
1940
When using deflector mirrors, the effective scanning range is reduced (see Tab. 6 on
page 16).

Do not use deflector mirrors if the formation of droplets or heavy contamination of the
deflector mirrors is to be expected!
WARNING
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10.4.6
13.3
Fig. 33: Dimensional drawing
deflector mirror PNS125
(mm)
Deflector mirror PNS125
35
±60°
L3
10.5
A
123
L2
S
L1
4.5
6.5
2.5
Mounting with
swivel mount bracket
(Part No. 2019659)
Sliding nut groove for
side mounting
50
50
50
164
Tab. 25: Dimensions for the
deflector mirror PNS125
dependent on the mirror
height
Mirror height
S [mm]
Dimension
L1 [mm]
Dimension
L2 [mm]
Dimension
L3 [mm]
Dimension
A [mm]
340
372
396
460
440
490
522
546
610
590
640
672
696
760
740
790
822
846
910
890
940
972
996
1060
1040
1090
1122
1146
1210
1190
1240
1272
1296
1360
1340
1390
1422
1446
1510
1490
1540
1572
1596
1660
1640
1690
1722
1746
1810
1790
1840
1872
1896
1960
1940
When using deflector mirrors, the effective scanning range is reduced (see Tab. 6 on
page 16).

Do not use deflector mirrors if the formation of droplets or heavy contamination of the
deflector mirrors is to be expected!
WARNING
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11.1
Delivery
Delivery, sender
• sender unit
• 4 sliding nuts for side bracket
(C4000 Basic, C4000 Basic Plus, C4000 Eco only)
Delivery, receiver
• receiver unit
• 4 sliding nuts for side bracket
• test rod with diameter corresponding to the physical resolution of the safety light curtain
• information label “ Important Information”
• operating instructions on CD-ROM
• information label “Operator’s notes”
Delivery, deflector mirror
• deflector mirror
• 2 swivel mount brackets
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Tab. 26: Part numbers
C4000 Basic (M26 × 6 + FE)
C4000 Basic (M26 × 6 + FE)
Protective field
height
[mm]
300
450
600
750
900
1050
1200
1350
1500
1650
1800
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Part numbers for resolution and scanning range
14 mm
14 mm
30 mm
0–2.5 m
1–5 m
0–6 m
ρ 1022195
ρ 1022195
ρ 1022218
(C40S-0301AA030)
(C40S-0301AA030)
(C40S-0303AA030)
θ 1022196
θ 1022240
θ 1022219
(C40E-0301AH030)
(C40E-0301BH030)
(C40E-0303AH030)
ρ 1022198
ρ 1022198
ρ 1022220
(C40S-0401AA030)
(C40S-0401AA030)
(C40S-0403AA030)
θ 1022199
θ 1022241
θ 1022221
(C40E-0401AH030)
(C40E-0401BH030)
(C40E-0403AH030)
ρ 1022200
ρ 1022200
ρ 1022222
(C40S-0601AA030)
(C40S-0601AA030)
(C40S-0603AA030)
θ 1022201
θ 1022242
θ 1022223
(C40E-0601AH030)
(C40E-0601BH030)
(C40E-0603AH030)
ρ 1022202
ρ 1022202
ρ 1022224
(C40S-0701AA030)
(C40S-0701AA030)
(C40S-0703AA030)
θ 1022203
θ 1022243
θ 1022225
(C40E-0701AH030)
(C40E-0701BH030)
(C40E-0703AH030)
ρ 1022204
ρ 1022204
ρ 1022226
(C40S-0901AA030)
(C40S-0901AA030)
(C40S-0903AA030)
θ 1022205
θ 1022244
θ 1022227
(C40E-0901AH030)
(C40E-0901BH030)
(C40E-0903AH030)
ρ 1022206
ρ 1022206
ρ 1022228
(C40S-1001AA030)
(C40S-1001AA030)
(C40S-1003AA030)
θ 1022207
θ 1022245
θ 1022229
(C40E-1001AH030)
(C40E-1001BH030)
(C40E-1003AH030)
ρ 1022208
ρ 1022208
ρ 1022230
(C40S-1201AA030)
(C40S-1201AA030)
(C40S-1203AA030)
θ 1022209
θ 1022246
θ 1022231
(C40E-1201AH030)
(C40E-1201BH030)
(C40E-1203AH030)
ρ 1022210
ρ 1022210
ρ 1022232
(C40S-1301AA030)
(C40S-1301AA030)
(C40S-1303AA030)
θ 1022211
θ 1022247
θ 1022233
(C40E-1301AH030)
(C40E-1301BH030)
(C40E-1303AH030)
ρ 1022212
ρ 1022212
ρ 1022234
(C40S-1501AA030)
(C40S-1501AA030)
(C40S-1503AA030)
θ 1022213
θ 1022248
θ 1022235
(C40E-1501AH030)
(C40E-1501BH030)
(C40E-1503AH030)
ρ 1022214
ρ 1022214
ρ 1022236
(C40S-1601AA030)
(C40S-1601AA030)
(C40S-1603AA030)
θ 1022215
θ 1022249
θ 1022237
(C40E-1601AH030)
(C40E-1601BH030)
(C40E-1603AH030)
ρ 1022216
ρ 1022216
ρ 1022238
(C40S-1801AA030)
(C40S-1801AA030)
(C40S-1803AA030)
θ 1022217
θ 1022250
θ 1022239
(C40E-1801AH030)
(C40E-1801BH030)
(C40E-1803AH030)
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Tab. 27:Part numbers
C4000 Eco (M12 × 4 + FE)
C4000 Eco (M12 × 4 + FE)
Protective field
height
[mm]
300
450
600
750
900
1050
1200
1350
1500
1650
1800
58
Part numbers for resolution and scanning range
14 mm
14 mm
30 mm
0–2,5 m
1–5 m
0–6 m
ρ 1027440
ρ 1027440
ρ 1027464
(C40S-0301AA310)
(C40S-0301AA310)
(C40S-0303AA310)
θ 1027441
θ 1027486
θ 1027465
(C40E-0301AN310)
(C40E-0301BN310)
(C40E-0303AN310)
ρ 1027442
ρ 1027442
ρ 1027466
(C40S-0401AA310)
(C40S-0401AA310)
(C40S-0403AA310)
θ 1027443
θ 1027487
θ 1027467
(C40E-0401AN310)
(C40E-0401BN310)
(C40E-0403AN310)
ρ 1027444
ρ 1027444
ρ 1027468
(C40S-0601AA310)
(C40S-0601AA310)
(C40S-0603AA310)
θ 1027445
θ 1027488
θ 1027469
(C40E-0601AN310)
(C40E-0601BN310)
(C40E-0603AN310)
ρ 1027446
ρ 1027446
ρ 1027470
(C40S-0701AA310)
(C40S-0701AA310)
(C40S-0703AA310)
θ 1027447
θ 1027489
θ 1027471
(C40E-0701AN310)
(C40E-0701BN310)
(C40E-0703AN310)
ρ 1027448
ρ 1027448
ρ 1027472
(C40S-0901AA310)
(C40S-0901AA310)
(C40S-0903AA310)
θ 1027449
θ 1027490
θ 1027473
(C40E-0901AN310)
(C40E-0901BN310)
(C40E-0903AN310)
ρ 1027450
ρ 1027450
ρ 1027474
(C40S-1001AA310)
(C40S-1001AA310)
(C40S-1003AA310)
θ 1027451
θ 1027491
θ 1027475
(C40E-1001AN310)
(C40E-1001BN310)
(C40E-1003AN310)
ρ 1027452
ρ 1027452
ρ 1027476
(C40S-1201AA310)
(C40S-1201AA310)
(C40S-1203AA310)
θ 1027453
θ 1027492
θ 1027477
(C40E-1201AN310)
(C40E-1201BN310)
(C40E-1203AN310)
ρ 1027454
ρ 1027454
ρ 1027478
(C40S-1301AA310)
(C40S-1301AA310)
(C40S-1303AA310)
θ 1027455
θ 1027493
θ 1027479
(C40E-1301AN310)
(C40E-1301BN310)
(C40E-1303AN310)
ρ 1027456
ρ 1027456
ρ 1027480
(C40S-1501AA310)
(C40S-1501AA310)
(C40S-1503AA310)
θ 1027457
θ 1027494
θ 1027481
(C40E-1501AN310)
(C40E-1501BN310)
(C40E-1503AN310)
ρ 1027458
ρ 1027458
ρ 1027482
(C40S-1601AA310)
(C40S-1601AA310)
(C40S-1603AA310)
θ 1027459
θ 1027495
θ 1027483
(C40E-1601AN310)
(C40E-1601BN310)
(C40E-1603AN310)
ρ 1027460
ρ 1027460
ρ 1027484
(C40S-1801AA310)
(C40S-1801AA310)
(C40S-1803AA310)
θ 1027463
θ 1027496
θ 1027485
(C40E-1801AN310)
(C40E-1801BN310)
(C40E-1803AN310)
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Tab. 28:Part numbers C4000
Basic Plus (M12 × 7 + FE)
C4000 Basic Plus (M12 × 7 + FE)
Protective field
height
[mm]
300
450
600
750
900
1050
1200
1350
1500
1650
1800
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Part numbers for resolution and scanning range
14 mm
14 mm
30 mm
0–2,5 m
1–5 m
0–6 m
ρ 1027922
ρ 1027922
ρ 1027933
C40S-0301AA300
C40S-0301AA300
C40S-0303AA300
θ 1027944
θ 1027966
θ 1027955
C40E-0301AG300
C40E-0301BG300
C40E-0303AG300
ρ 1027923
ρ 1027923
ρ 1027934
C40S-0401AA300
C40S-0401AA300
C40S-0403AA300
θ 1027945
θ 1027967
θ 1027956
C40E-0401AG300
C40E-0401BG300
C40E-0403AG300
ρ 1027924
ρ 1027924
ρ 1027935
C40S-0601AA300
C40S-0601AA300
C40S-0603AA300
θ 1027946
θ 1027968
θ 1027957
C40E-0601AG300
C40E-0601BG300
C40E-0603AG300
ρ 1027925
ρ 1027925
ρ 1027936
C40S-0701AA300
C40S-0701AA300
C40S-0703AA300
θ 1027947
θ 1027969
θ 1027958
C40E-0701AG300
C40E-0701BG300
C40E-0703AG300
ρ 1027926
ρ 1027926
ρ 1027937
C40S-0901AA300
C40S-0901AA300
C40S-0903AA300
θ 1027948
θ 1027970
θ 1027959
C40E-0901AG300
C40E-0901BG300
C40E-0903AG300
ρ 1027927
ρ 1027927
ρ 1027938
C40S-1001AA300
C40S-1001AA300
C40S-1003AA300
θ 1027949
θ 1027971
θ 1027960
C40E-1001AG300
C40E-1001BG300
C40E-1003AG300
ρ 1027928
ρ 1027928
ρ 1027939
C40S-1201AA300
C40S-1201AA300
C40S-1203AA300
θ 1027950
θ 1027972
θ 1027961
C40E-1201AG300
C40E-1201BG300
C40E-1203AG300
ρ 1027929
ρ 1027929
ρ 1027940
C40S-1301AA300
C40S-1301AA300
C40S-1303AA300
θ 1027951
θ 1027973
θ 1027962
C40E-1301AG300
C40E-1301BG300
C40E-1303AG300
ρ 1027930
ρ 1027930
ρ 1027941
C40S-1501AA300
C40S-1501AA300
C40S-1503AA300
θ 1027952
θ 1027974
θ 1027963
C40E-1501AG300
C40E-1501BG300
C40E-1503AG300
ρ 1027931
ρ 1027931
ρ 1027942
C40S-1601AA300
C40S-1601AA300
C40S-1603AA300
θ 1027953
θ 1027975
θ 1027964
C40E-1601AG300
C40E-1601BG300
C40E-1603AG300
ρ 1027932
ρ 1027932
ρ 1027943
C40S-1801AA300
C40S-1801AA300
C40S-1803AA300
θ 1027954
θ 1027976
θ 1027965
C40E-1801AG300
C40E-1801BG300
C40E-1803AG300
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Tab. 29: Part numbers
C4000 Micro
C4000 Micro
Protective field
height
[mm]
150
300
450
600
750
900
1050
1200
60
Part numbers for resolution and scanning range
14 mm
14 mm
30 mm
0–2.5 m
1–5 m
0–6 m
ρ 1024054
ρ 1024054
ρ 1023563
(C415-0101AA300)
(C415-0101AA300)
(C415-0103AA300)
ρ 1024055
ρ 1024037
ρ 1023860
(C41E-0101AG300)
(C41E-0101BG300)
(C41E-0106AG300)
ρ 1023458
ρ 1023458
ρ 1023472
(C41S-0301AA300)
(C41S-0301AA300)
(C41S-0303AA300)
θ 1023459
θ 1023486
θ 1023473
(C41E-0301AG300)
(C41E-0301BG300)
(C41E-0303AG300)
ρ 1023460
ρ 1023460
ρ 1023474
(C41S-0401AA300)
(C41S-0401AA300)
(C41S-0403AA300)
θ 1023461
θ 1023487
θ 1023475
(C41E-0401AG300)
(C41E-0401BG300)
(C41E-0403AG300)
ρ 1023462
ρ 1023462
ρ 1023476
(C41S-0601AA300)
(C41S-0601AA300)
(C41S-0603AA300)
θ 1023463
θ 1023488
θ 1023477
(C41E-0601AG300)
(C41E-0601BG300)
(C41E-0603AG300)
ρ 1023464
ρ 1023464
ρ 1023478
(C41S-0701AA300)
(C41S-0701AA300)
(C41S-0703AA300)
θ 1023465
θ 1023489
θ 1023479
(C41E-0701AG300)
(C41E-0701BG300)
(C41E-0703AG300)
ρ 1023466
ρ 1023466
ρ 1023480
(C41S-0901AA300)
(C41S-0901AA300)
(C41S-0903AA300)
θ 1023467
θ 1023490
θ 1023481
(C41E-0901AG300)
(C41E-0901BG300)
(C41E-0903AG300)
ρ 1023468
ρ 1023468
ρ 1023482
(C41S-1001AA300)
(C41S-1001AA300)
(C41S-1003AA300)
θ 1023469
θ 1023491
θ 1023483
(C41E-1001AG300)
(C41E-1001BG300)
(C41E-1003AG300)
ρ 1023470
ρ 1023470
ρ 1023484
(C41S-1201AA300)
(C41S-1201AA300)
(C41S-1203AA300)
θ 1023471
θ 1023492
θ 1023485
(C41E-1201AG300)
(C41E-1201BG300)
(C41E-1203AG300)
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Notes
Additional front screen (weld spark guard)
• Two additional front screens (weld spark guards) supplied for each part number.
• The additional front screen fits both on the sender and on the receiver.
• The additional front screen may be used only if the curved enclosure side is accessible.
• An additional front screen reduces the scanning range of the system by 8 %. If sender
and receiver each use an additional front screen, the scanning range will be reduced
by 16 %.
Tab. 30: Part numbers,
additional front screen
(weld spark guard)
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Protective field height
[mm]
Part number for C4000 Basic
Part number for C4000 Micro
300
2022412
2022405
450
2022413
2022406
600
2022414
2022407
750
2022415
2022408
900
2022416
2022409
1050
2022417
2022410
1200
2022418
2022411
1350
2022419
–
1500
2022420
–
1650
2022421
–
1800
2022422
–
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Tab. 31: Part numbers,
deflector mirror PNS75
11.7
Deflector mirror
11.7.1
Deflector mirror PNS75 for protective field width 0 … 5.4 m (total)
Protective field height [mm]
Type number
Part number
300
PNS75-034
1019414
450
PNS75-049
1019415
600
PNS75-064
1019416
750
PNS75-079
1019417
900
PNS75-094
1019418
1050
PNS75-109
1019419
1200
PNS75-124
1019420
1350
PNS75-139
1019421
1500
PNS75-154
1019422
1650
PNS75-169
1019423
1800
PNS75-184
1019424
Dimensional drawing see Fig. 32 on page 54. Effect on the scanning range see Tab. 6 on
page 16.

Do not use deflector mirrors if the formation of droplets or heavy contamination of the
deflector mirrors is to be expected!
WARNING
11.7.2
Tab. 32: Part numbers,
deflector mirror PNS125
Deflector mirror PNS125 for protective field width 4 … 5.4 m (total)
Protective field height [mm]
Type number
Part number
300
PNS125-034
1019425
450
PNS125-049
1019426
600
PNS125-064
1019427
750
PNS125-079
1019428
900
PNS125-094
1019429
1050
PNS125-109
1019430
1200
PNS125-124
1019431
1350
PNS125-139
1019432
1500
PNS125-154
1019433
1650
PNS125-169
1019434
1800
PNS125-184
1019435
Dimensional drawing see Fig. 33 on page 55. Effect on the scanning range see Tab. 6 on
page 16.

Do not use deflector mirrors if the formation of droplets or heavy contamination of the
deflector mirrors is to be expected!
WARNING
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Tab. 33: Part numbers,
accessories
Accessories
Part
Part number
C4000 Basic
Hirschmann cable socket M26 × 6 + FE, crimp contacts, straight
6006612
Hirschmann cable socket M26 × 6 + FE, screw contacts, angled
6007363
Connection cable
Socket straight/stripped, 2.5 m
2023993
Socket straight/stripped, 5 m
2023994
Socket straight/stripped, 7.5 m
2023995
Socket straight/stripped, 10 m
2023996
Socket straight/stripped, 15 m
2023997
Socket straight/stripped, 20 m
2023998
Socket straight/stripped, 30 m
2023999
C4000 Micro/Basic Plus
Cable socket M12 × 7 + FE (max. 0,75 mm²), straight
6028422
Connection cable 7 × 0.25 + FE
Socket straight/stripped, 2.5 m
6020537
Socket straight/stripped, 5 m
6020354
Socket straight/stripped, 7.5 m
6020353
Socket straight/stripped, 10 m
6020352
Socket straight/stripped, 15 m
6020872
Socket angled/stripped, 5 m
6021342
Socket angled/stripped, 15 m
6021343
C4000 Eco
Connection cable 4 × 0.25 + FE
Socket straight/stripped, 2 m
6008899
Socket straight/stripped, 5 m
6009868
Socket straight/stripped, 10 m
6010544
Socket straight/stripped, 15 m
6029215
Connecting cable (4 × 0.25 + FE) for connection to T-distributor
Plug straight/socket straight, 0.6 m
6025930
Plug straight/socket straight, 2 m
6025931
T-distributor to connection for connecting cable
6030664
Mounting kit 1 for C4000 Micro and C4000 Basic Plus
Swivel mount, 4 pcs. for any protective field height
2019649
Mounting kit 2 for C4000 Basic, C4000 Eco and
PNS deflector mirror
Swivel mount, 4 pcs. for any protective field height
2019659
Mounting kit 6
Swivel function (side bracket), 4 pcs. for any protective field height
For higher vibration and shock exposure
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Part
Part number
Laser alignment aid AR60
Laser alignment aid AR60
1015741
Adapter for AR60, large (is required for C4000 Basic)
4032461
Adapter for AR60, small (is required for C4000 Micro)
4032462
Accessories included in a standard delivery
64
Sliding nuts for side bracket, 4 pcs.
2017550
Operating instructions C4000 Micro/Basic/Eco on CD-ROM
2026783
Reset tool
6022103
Adapter cable for reset tool
2026866
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12.1
Compliance with EU directives
EU declaration of conformity (excerpt)
The undersigned, representing the following 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 respective standards and/or technical specifications are taken as the basis.
Complete EU declaration of conformity for download: www.sick.com
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12.2
Checklist for the manufacturer
Κ
Checklist for the manufacturer/OEM for the installation of
electro-sensitive protective equipment (ESPE)
The details on the items listed below must be available at the latest when the system is commissioned for
the first time, depending, however, on the various applications the requirements of which must be reviewed by the
manufacturer/OEM.
This checklist should be retained and kept with the machine documentation to serve as reference during recurring
tests.
1. Have the safety rules and regulations been observed in compliance with the directives/standards applicable to
the machine?
Yes
No
2. Are the applied directives and standards listed in the declaration of conformity?
Yes
No
3. Does the protective device comply with the required PL/SIL claim limit and PFHd in accordance with
EN ISO 13849-1/EN 62061 and the required type in accordance with IEC 61496-1?
Yes
No
4. Is the access to the hazardous area/hazardous point only possible through the protective field of the ESPE?
Yes
No
5. Have appropriate measures been taken to protect (mechanical protection) or monitor (protective devices) any
persons or objects in the hazardous area when protecting a hazardous area or hazardous point, and have these
devices been secured or locked to prevent their removal?
Yes
No
6. Are additional mechanical protective measures fitted and secured against manipulation which prevent reaching
below, above or behind the ESPE?
Yes
No
7. Has the maximum stopping and/or run-down time of the machine been measured, specified and documented (at
the machine and/or in the machine documentation)?
Yes
No
8. Has the ESPE been mounted such that the required minimum distance from the nearest hazardous point has
been achieved?
Yes
No
9. Are the ESPE devices correctly mounted and secured against manipulation after adjustment?
Yes
No
10. Are the required protective measures against electric shock in effect (protection class)?
Yes
No
11. Is the control switch for resetting the protective devices (ESPE) or restarting the machine present and correctly
installed?
Yes
No
12. Are the outputs of the ESPE (OSSD) integrated according to required PL/SILCL compliant with
EN ISO 13849-1/EN 62061 and does the integration correspond to the comply with the circuit diagrams?
Yes
No
13. Has the protective function been checked in compliance with the test notes of this documentation?
Yes
No
14. Are the specified protective functions effective at every operating mode that can be set?
Yes
No
15. Are the switching elements activated by the ESPE, e.g. contactors, valves, monitored?
Yes
No
16. Is the ESPE effective over the entire period of the dangerous state?
Yes
No
17. Once initiated, will a dangerous state be stopped when switching the ESPE on or off and when changing the
operating mode, or when switching to another protective device?
Yes
No
18. Has the information label “Important Information” for the daily check been attached so that it is well visible for the
operator?
Yes
No
This checklist does not replace the initial commissioning, nor the regular inspection by qualified safety personnel.
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12.3
List of tables
Tab. 1:
C4000 Basic model overview .............................................................................11
Tab. 2:
C4000 Micro model overview .............................................................................11
Tab. 3:
C4000 Eco model overview ................................................................................11
Tab. 4:
Permissible configuration of the restart interlock of the C4000
Micro/Basic.........................................................................................................14
Tab. 5:
Scanning range of the C4000 without and with additional front screen ............16
Tab. 6:
Scanning range when using 1 or 2 deflector mirrors..........................................16
Tab. 7:
Status indicators of the sender...........................................................................17
Tab. 8:
Status indicators of the receiver.........................................................................18
Tab. 9:
Pin assignment system connection C4000 Basic (M26 × 6 + FE).......................31
Tab. 10: Pin assignment system connection C4000 Eco (M12 × 4 + FE) .........................31
Tab. 11: Pin assignment system connection C4000 Micro/Basic Plus
(M12 × 7 + FE).....................................................................................................32
Tab. 12: Displays shown during the power-up cycle .........................................................37
Tab. 13: Display values during the alignment of sender and receiver ..............................38
Tab. 14: Error displays of the LEDs...................................................................................43
Tab. 15: Error displays of the 7-segment display..............................................................44
Tab. 16: Technical data C4000 Basic/Micro/Eco.............................................................45
Tab. 17: Number of beams depending on the protective field height and the
physical resolution ..............................................................................................49
Tab. 18: Response time depending on the number of beams..........................................49
Tab. 19: Weight of sender and receiver............................................................................50
Tab. 20: Weight of the deflector mirrors PNS75 and PNS125..........................................50
Tab. 21: Dimensions dependent on the protective field height, C4000 Basic/Eco
sender.................................................................................................................51
Tab. 22: Dimensions dependent on the protective field height, C4000 Micro
sender.................................................................................................................52
Tab. 23: Dimensions of the swivel mount bracket dependent on the housing profile......53
Tab. 24: Dimensions for the deflector mirror PNS75 dependent on the mirror
height..................................................................................................................54
Tab. 25: Dimensions for the deflector mirror PNS125 dependent on the mirror
height..................................................................................................................55
Tab. 26: Part numbers C4000 Basic (M26 × 6 + FE) ........................................................57
Tab. 27: Part numbers C4000 Eco (M12 × 4 + FE) ...........................................................58
Tab. 28: Part numbers C4000 Basic Plus (M12 × 7 + FE).................................................59
Tab. 29: Part numbers C4000 Micro ................................................................................60
Tab. 30: Part numbers, additional front screen (weld spark guard)..................................61
Tab. 31: Part numbers, deflector mirror PNS75 ...............................................................62
Tab. 32: Part numbers, deflector mirror PNS125 .............................................................62
Tab. 33: Part numbers, accessories .................................................................................63
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12.4
List of illustrations
Fig. 1:
Components of the C4000................................................................................. 12
Fig. 2:
Protecting hazardous points with a safety light curtain C4000.......................... 13
Fig. 3:
Hazardous area protection with a safety light curtain C4000............................ 13
Fig. 4:
Access protection using a safety light curtain C4000 ........................................ 13
Fig. 5:
Outline drawing of the protective operation ....................................................... 14
Fig. 6:
Status indicators of the sender.......................................................................... 17
Fig. 7:
Status indicators of the receiver ........................................................................ 18
Fig. 8:
Safety distance from the hazardous point ......................................................... 20
Fig. 9:
Minimum distance to reflective surfaces ........................................................... 22
Fig. 10:
Graph, minimum distance from reflective surfaces ........................................... 22
Fig. 11:
Unwanted influencing of a 2nd C4000 system. ................................................. 23
Fig. 12:
Reversing the transmission direction of systems in close proximity. ................. 23
Fig. 13:
The correct installation (above) must eliminate the errors (below) stepping
behind, reaching below and reaching above...................................................... 24
Fig. 14:
Composition of the swivel mount bracket .......................................................... 25
Fig. 15:
Mounting sender and receiver using swivel mount brackets ............................. 26
Fig. 16:
Composition of the side bracket ........................................................................ 27
Fig. 17:
Mounting the C4000 with side bracket.............................................................. 28
Fig. 18:
Pin assignment system connection C4000 Basic (M26 × 6 + FE)...................... 31
Fig. 19:
Pin assignment system connection C4000 Eco (M12 × 4 + FE)......................... 31
Fig. 20:
Pin assignment system connection C4000 Micro/Basic Plus
(M12 × 7 + FE).................................................................................................... 32
Fig. 21:
Connecting the contact elements to the EDM.................................................... 33
Fig. 22:
Connection of the reset button on the C4000 Micro/Basic ............................... 34
Fig. 23:
Connection of the sender test button................................................................. 34
Fig. 24:
Switching example for C4000 Basic on UE48-20S ............................................ 35
Fig. 25:
Switching example for C4000 Micro/Basic on UE10-30S.................................. 36
Fig. 26:
Daily checks of the protective device................................................................. 39
Fig. 27:
Time sequence diagram of the start-up configuration ....................................... 41
Fig. 28:
Dimensional drawing C4000 Basic/Basic Plus/Ecosender (mm) ...................... 51
Fig. 29:
Dimensional drawing C4000 Micro sender (mm) .............................................. 52
Fig. 30:
Dimensional drawing swivel mount bracket (mm) ............................................. 53
Fig. 31:
Dimensional drawing, side bracket (mm)........................................................... 53
Fig. 32:
Dimensional drawing deflector mirror PNS75 (mm)........................................... 54
Fig. 33:
Dimensional drawing deflector mirror PNS125 (mm) ........................................ 55
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